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"highmore" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:20 min | 11 months ago

"highmore" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Played by Freddie Highmore, and as the new season begins on Monday, it'll be a two part episode where they are dealing with the first wave the they're overwhelmed. And they don't understand what the virus is, and they learned as a big learning curve for all of them, and they're pretty emotional episodes. I gotta say, I just watched the first two episodes and come later next month. Will you'll see Grey's Anatomy dealing with it? Chicago Med part of the Chicago Siri's Grey's Anatomy, of course, being super popular. Andi, So they're they're all going to have to deal with that. I hear from readers going like they don't want, you know being living with that so long Do you really want to watch it on TV, But the medical dramas really can't ignore it. It's the biggest medical story of our time. And I think the good doctor does it pretty well. And it's also through the perspective of a very unusual doctor, so that makes it pretty interesting. Yeah, so this one is outrageous to me. This next day's just it makes me want to just never buy an apple product again in my life they've stolen They've stolen a part of my childhood and I want it back. Yeah, Well, I guess you'd blame the people who license the peanuts bring into because it was who chose to get into bed with Apple to the point where they are now the exclusive home for all things peanuts. They've created a few new Siri's. And they're gonna be doing a big peanut special at some point, but now their the exclusive home to the classic episodes of the first time since the sixties, and I watched the very first broadcast of the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown Christmas. I was a kid at the time on guys. They think that they're not on broadcast network TV anymore. I kept saying Kept getting letters from readers going like, Where's the great pumpkin this year? Well, it's on Apple. Good news for this weekend. Even if you're not a subscriber, you can watch it for free on Apple this weekend, the good great pumpkin, Charlie Brown, But the fact that it's not on ABC. I'm still not used to the fact that the spell on CBS, but that's not even on broadcast TV anymore. Well, peanuts fans are pretty upset, so we'll see whether this continues, But for now, it looks like when Christmas time comes the only way you're gonna get a Charlie Brown Christmas watching on Apple TV, plus It is just it's Ellery. I just so upset by the same well, it is the digital revolution. Everything's going towards screaming, but streaming, but people are people are screaming about the streaming right now. Yeah. Lucy's not going to pull a football away from Charlie when he toes to kick it. I mean, this is this is outrageous things. We can't see this. I'm just upset. Anyway. It's TV guide and Matt rounds checking out today. Thanks, Jimmy. Sort of. Yeah, well, you did set to music. I don't manage it. I grew up with this every day. Every year. I don't care how old I was. I sat down on my watch. It's the great pumpkin, Charlie Brown. And then I watched. You know Charlie Brown Christmas. Yeah, I think we all did. I mean, there's so many of those great shows, you know what really bugs me is when I'm so excited to share. One of those types of shows like yes was the night before Christmas and things like that. Santa Claus is coming to town around Christmas time with my kids, and then they're like disinterested in it because They just look, you know, those kind of animation looks so old, and yeah, so that makes me a bird lover lives? Yeah, I mean, you know, I mean, it's It's just bad animation compared to what it is today, but it was such a big part of our lives Growing up, You know, no kid, you had a sports headline for about this excitement building among Dolphin fans is rookie Q B to a tongo viol Oh, prepares for his first NFL starts Sunday.

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"highmore" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"highmore" Discussed on WGN Radio

"We had to kick the right pad out that looked like he was gonna find the right corner. Of the Net. So face office and Vegas is end of the ice camp wins a tomato left point. You did a little toe drag, and a shot was blocked by Reeves, who then spins the puck out the center ice. Matt Highmore chasing it down front on the benches. Tipped off his stick. Golden Knights get it back. It's lifted into the Hawks zone by carrier ends up on the right wing corner. Nicolas Wa battling with David Camp of the Hawks. Monitor help out, Reeves is able to pull the puck free res working against cuckoo along the end boards and right wing corner than Reese tries to steamroll David Camp, who fends off the check in the Hawks will get the puck back. Carpenter moving up the left wing to center ice checked in front of the penalty box is by carrier and sent the puck down. They're going to say that Carpenter didn't cross the center ice red stripe before sending it down icing against the Hawks. I thought that he got close enough to the red line. If not the red line on that play. You see some of the Black Hawk players kind of Shaking their heads normally that that play theirs. They let that one go. He was rated the center is actually the follow through was across the red stripes. They live with it face off in the Blackhawks, end of the ice. It'll be the four seasons heating air conditioning and plumbing face up for all the right reasons. For seasons, Carlson tossed out again. Camp against Patch already on the draw. Patch Ready winds up with the high slot Theodore fires and that hit traffic on the way through. And the puck deflects up and out of play, so the Hawks will have the benefit of getting a line change. No score Hawks and.

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Viz Agencies: CLEVERFRANKE and Interactive Things

Data Stories

09:14 min | 1 year ago

Viz Agencies: CLEVERFRANKE and Interactive Things

"Saw the sovereign in. Let's get started so we have a special topic today. We decided to make even a two episode feature maybe even more episodes to come because actually this huge blind spot so whenever we review our trailer board with episode. We realized sometimes. Oh we've been so many but we never talked to somebody from field X. or from that area and it's been like this really with for years. Small to medium data visualization agencies. Which is insane because some of the best data is obviously comes from these types of companies and we talked to a lot of practitioners and researchers and whatnot but never really people. Running data visualization studios. Huge Blind. Spot happens but now we're catching up quick and we're inviting to even guests today and and we record another episode with two guests and this will be the next month so hopefully we're back to a good ratio of data agency folks and going and I'm personally super interested. I'VE KNOWN THE FOLKS. We'll talk to you for many many years. In fact I realized last year at encode conference that a lot of these agencies have been around for ten years longer and so it's really now fastening to hear of their long-term Perspective on how the field has evolved. How the field has changed if there is even a viable business and making high end. Crafted data visualization. Or if we will all be unemployed soon so curious to learn more about all this so as I said we have two guests the first one is Thomas. Clever I Thomas High Thomas Highmore. It's I echo. Thanks for joining us. And we have Benjamin Vita Benjamin Haven. Hi Maurice Ionescu great to have you on so Thomas. Maybe I could you briefly introduce yourself and your company and then Benjamin can take. Oh yeah absolutely so as you said. I'm Thomas Flavor or clever co-founder of Flavor Franca or clever Frankie. Most people call us these days. We're data design and Technology Company and we create anything from one of data visualizations to data driven products and tools. As we like to call it we have. We have our headquarters here in the Netherlands and we have another office in Chicago and Dubai. Yeah how many people are working for you right now around thirty two. I think if I'm correct thirty two now great Benjamin Harvard. You all right. I'm an interaction designer with sort of like a focus on information Shirley station and interface design from the beginning and then back in two thousand eight. I started writing a blog on data virtualization whereas publish my work and my research. It's also how we met I think. Also that's how I stumbled over an earlier and like a year later. I co founded interactive things which fairly similar to clever Frankie is a designer development studio with a focus on data driven products. We are a team of seventeen people. We're sort of like a slightly weird beast as we are five equal partners in the company. I think today's like my main focus is leading the company as the managing director. I have a few teaching assignments at universities on data visualization and and sort of organizing database. Sirak meet up here in sick right. So Benjamin there maybe just two people get a sense of okay. What type of product elected do or what? What's your approach is there? Maybe one quintessential project where you could say okay. This is really quintessential almost inactive things project where you could say. That's that's really good example of the type of work we do and we like to. Yeah that's you know like picking your favorite child right. So I think the project that sort of comes to mind is is actually two one two projects and that's education inequalities and education progress so these two websites that we have built for UNESCO and they are sister products in a way even though they're seven years apart so education inequalities already seven years old now and education progress was just released. The first was an exploratory tool our allies in disparities in quality of education and to second is Dan an explanatory publication summarizing the key facts and trends and so in a way they present to coins of the data. Visually say are two sides of the data. Visualization Coin Servic exploration for discovery and explanation for understanding and besides being interesting from data visualization perspective. I think the project also rank very high in our in our view because of the purpose they both advance to sustainable development goal for forward which I think is an important aspect so inclusive and equitable quality of Education. For All the second is the client. Unesco has been a long term and very very committed clients to the success of each of their project and then in terms of craft brew bows challenged in design. Antidevelopment went we work on these projects. And and typically we've seen iskoe. We are allowed to pursue a very iterative process instead of Servic fixed scope waterfall type of process. And I think sort of these Su- yes bex or for aspects purpose client crafting process are important to us and I think they are. Well reflected in those two projects. Great Tell us how about you is a similar example like Ben set. That's always very hard and I think if you look back over over the years that we've been running the business. There's always some quintessential project some lighthouse projects that I think really define you as a company to take a next step in where you are if I have to choose then. I think the the Mobility Index website that we created for the Chicago Metropolitan Agency of Planning is is one of my personal favorites really because it brings together a lot of lot of things dear to my heart. Dear to our companies hearts in the sense that it's it's a mix of experimental data viz with an important message behind it. The CMAP approached us because they had written a new mobility plan or a new urban planning plan so to speak for the city of Chicago which was pretty much. The first comprehensive urban planning plan since Daniel Burman Burnham which was about one hundred years ago and really outlined around economy mobility and liveability where the city should be heading and also the challenges that they face so mobility is a very important topic to the city of Chicago. Think Twenty five percent of the workforce is somehow tied to freight transportation. All those type of things and you know the the investment that needs to be done in the infrastructure there is about thirteen trillion dollars To really convey that message they asked us. Can you can concise. Can you digest plan of six hundred sixty pages into one interactive websites? And of course we said yes remembering that on the way there on the plane. I was reading through that plan and thinking. I'm not sure how we're going to do it. But it was really it was. It's a really nice project in in how we did a lot of editorial stuff on on understanding the plan and thinking how can we explain this plan to you know anybody down in the street but also to business policy makers journalists politicians and? There's a whole editorial sort of structure that you know. There's a bird's eye view over Chicago. And then as you dive into the topics you'd literally dive down into street level. There's different types of visualizations from charts to. We were using new technologies at the time. This twenty fourteen so yeah a lot of a lot of boxes that are ticked in that project and I think you know looking back. I just realized when I heard Ben talk that that was the first time that we set foot in Chicago and here. We are six seven years later right here. We have the office in Chicago so really. It's also the moment in time. I fell in love with that city

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Want To Feel Good? Listen Each Day

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

06:41 min | 1 year ago

Want To Feel Good? Listen Each Day

"Is where you market your daily dose of happy happy because there's a lot going on out there but we are in this together with two choices. Ladies and gentlemen we can say this all could be scared freaked out reading news twenty four seven and getting the same information but continuing to instill that fear inside of ourselves. All the second option is we can do what we know women the due to self dystopia to distance ourselves from paper when it to not go anywhere. If we got the SNIFFLES. We're not meant to shake hands not meant to women to wash hands on waiting to take these steps. We know where we're at. We don't know what the future is going to hold. But I can tell you right now. Would I do not? I do know that we in this together. This is not something that we have. It's awesome then MCI. That's what's good about the humankind is in on this. We're all we're all short and we're GonNa get through this together. Positively will come out of it if you feeling down it's understandable. I know that there's a lot of people out there that are concerned about the jobs about their portfolios about the parents about the kids about themselves. There is a lot of concern out there but again as I say we have got the opportunity to be Students here to learn from what's going on to do it women to do to help others that we can if you're in a position to help than fantastic. Let's do that. But we are in this together and we will get through. There will be a tomorrow. I don't want people to get to down It's very easy to do that when you see on the news disaster and bad and scared and feel Now I'm not saying that it's I'm GonNa tear your motive here is in you. Know Media's fight on nothing like that not at all might my. My motive is really just to give you the freedom to be able to just go. Yeah that's a good point you know as it is. We're in this together. We are human. We all going to work this out and you know it is going to be what it is a fully voiced. You've given and if anything if you can learn throughout this period or you can do well throughout this period. Then please do. The markets are fooling at a tremendous right traditional markets that is of course because amok although has fallen quite heavily nothing like what we saw in unprecedented falls. On the non crypto market. The Dow is down three thousand points of an ought to spot zero percent interest. Right color figure. I think we'll start thoughtless. You'd Probably Hill on that for a little bit longer but I don't really know That was just my thoughts yesterday. There's not really much it's going up. A gold is slightly up. It's up one point three percent. The rest of the markets have been down. So what does that mean for remarkable? Apparently not a great deal at the minute because we down. They look down seven percent. But I mean if you consider the the amount of money that is For Market to be down when you compare it to traditional markets it wouldn't even crypto banged down seven to ten percent so there are more factor for one percent of the full on. As and the YM or the down this and pay suspect he's a powerful thing to have. We are small market. Yeah we've volatile. Yes we are. What about this market? The pure volatility out there and look. You know if you're going to be at the next sheet is and you're going to share with you might as well be looking at the markets kit. You Risk Lloyd Motlanthe. Today's to be looking at the low at times. I do my scan this morning. I got short on this morning today. Actually which is this morning. Hey Brian flattery and I'm looking for more. There's a few out there across across the high market cap space and also to flat levels in the lower timeframe token. I've got a plan for a little couple of breakouts The setting up of the minimum plans for if breaks note. I get my fill boosters and cradles there's opportunities guys you just need to know what you're doing So yeah there's always opportunity and there's always abroad I and as always open there's always there's always raising to be happy. A lot of people have it a lot worse than us. So just get that perspective back into your life and if I can help please let me. I'm more than happy to do that. And I know that you know it's more than likely that a lot of you if you've already working from highmore in subsequent lockdown so to speak than its high lucky we probably will be in the coming next few wakes in. This could go deeper than we thought so. Let's just say what goes on. That's right out. Let's let's band together as a community because we're all together. There's nobody who's not involved but this is not affected by this yet again. We are here together. We don't need to doom and gloom. You WanNa have any podcast you come into the right place because even if the market's full we prepared to do it. This guy was going to keep on doing what he does. And it will be walking to the office and walking home and following all the rules donated. I will still be here. I'll be you'll lucrative fresh air h morning each day and do the best. I can to To keep you positive because that unlucky that I've got a lot of people that listen to this and I fucking is brought up your day away bit and that's exactly what I'm GonNa Goddamn do because actually a wrought so what's going on the market going down seven point nine percent. We're on the news. The five thousand Mark Right now. Four nine two one is where we sitting down seven percent rotten theorem. One is seven. Thirty non wouldn't be surprised at all to skip a little hotter today We do have that sort of trend emotion. At the moment it could could occur death. Thirty percent right now on a theory excel pay nine point six two percent sitting at thirteen point. Eight cents a flat level it On that fifteen minute close oil. Bitcoin cash down seven point six percent. One sixty full spotlight is where we are right now. Bs Vaden eleven point nine. Six twelve percent at one eighty seven ninety four little flat level forming in there. As well the fifteen minute unlock comer to thirty one dollars and ninety cents at thirty two pumped up eleven point eight nine percent down currently building into a support level one already five Dan. Nine point one nine percent wrought now building into hopeful. It might break law so possible short there. Bon On all twenty two can move the level. Yesterday at ninety father spoke of Done of on the podcast. But I did speak of it in a video or non. Twenty-one down eleven point two percent cod flat level in the fifteenth starting to form just two tests thurbers starting to to form which is good because it gives me an opportunity if the market is gonNA follow or be sure what I want to be. Hedged DON'T WANNA BE SITTING PRETTY. Were Point to point three cents and we're twelve sent down classic thirteen point six six percent flat level there as well as jazz breakdown. Smitty mid photo thirty full Tron Percent Down County sort of Saud ways on the law. Timeframes down percents nine cents right now so we do have opportunity out there if you know what you're looking for guys as a matter of keeping an eye on what is going on and positioning yourself

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Catching up with Freddie Highmore from 'The Good Doctor'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

05:51 min | 2 years ago

Catching up with Freddie Highmore from 'The Good Doctor'

"And right now, there is a show right here on ABC called the good doctor, which has been more successful than I think any show in over a decade on this network. Well, it stars my guess, Freddie, Highmore. So welcome. Thank you for the lovely introduction about the show. I didn't even know that it was that figure that you quoted. So yes. Well, not that. I that just comes with somebody handed me that information off the top of your hands. Don't people treat you better. Now, you know, once they know that your show is like a gigantic ratings getter, don't they say, Mr. Highmore is there anything we could get you don't really I think, thankfully, things seem to be pretty much the same as they were before in terms of life. Sure. No, I'm still like eyeing up the thing that it's real. I need it with you. But it it makes me choke little can't have that. So you could do it and just always watch this. And I wonder if it's real of physician. Or playing one on TV gives you thirty doesn't it? You must know something by now. No, I think it actually is probably was to you know, if you're gonna play in and someone says, oh, we need an eye to raise my hand thinking that I'd learned something from the surgeries, and you know, various diagnoses that we've given the is it would be more dangerous than someone who knew nothing simply because we take shortcuts. It's like an eight-hour operation has to go in fifty minutes. And so I think I think I knew what I was doing. But I'd have absolutely no idea. Oh, yeah. You just hear simple procedure. Oh, yes. To get the knife in the wherever and Weakland around jamming Jamming in. in. Not only that. But you know, Dr show and Murphy play is. So he has this other thing going for him and. Does with that whole idea that you're playing somebody with autism? Ring this note of responsibility to one you're doing much more than if you were back on Bates motel playing and Bates, you know, a fictional character. This is also a fictional character. But again, there's this autism. That's in there. What do you do when you take on a part like that? What was your research for it? I mean, David shore, wonderful main, brighter and show Ronna sat down before the pie and also in between the pilot and making the show with the consultant that we still have on board and also just traded back and forth books and pieces of literature. Documentaries that we thought were useful gave us some sort of insight into building this one, very particular character. It's wonderful to see somebody who suffers from this who can't emotionally relate. But who cannot tell lie that's wonderful. Each getting so much trouble for just not telling a lie to somebody. And I also love how the how Sean is changing over time to and not something that David nice spoke about from the very beginning as being essential with this that in the pilot, it feels like way back when it was probably just under two years. Feels like back when I was young. There was naive to him. And he was in this big city environment. Having moved from the countryside for the very first time adjusting to this whole new world. And obviously that innocence that he had then if the situation changes over time and just because Sean it stating the obvious, but just because he has autism. That doesn't mean he's not going to grow and change changes a person. And so I guess one of the things I'm most proud of the first couple of seasons is that we've managed to show how he is progressing and learning, and we get a little bit more, which you kind of into that like a bit more of the fun and his sense of humor coming out the episode with people, and and he Dr Glassmann that Richard Schiff plays some recently when you both get high. Yes. Because you're taking his we'd pills thinking for nausea and pain. And there's just something terrific about watching that. And you could play. With that and play with the characters to do it. I also how the show will stop. When Dr Sean Murphy has this idea, and we see these visuals just what's going through his head. But this particular episode directed by you, yes. I know I'm watching it thinking, oh could have I think tweak revocable page editing. Like, oh, there's a couple of frames here and there and you get four days on the TV show to kind of all has to be done. But I don't know what directing does to people because every director of ever interviewed a watch on send does it different. But these are actors that you've been working with for two seasons. And you've written the first episode of season two. Yes. Well, but now you're pushing them around. What are you? Are. You a dictator goes on. We got what would they say? This is probably yes. Like my sticky plan. No, I genuinely just love, and I got to do both those things on base, my toddler's, well and just contributing to the show, and in that wide away makes it even more fulfilling, I guess, but but the directing was could fun apparently, I direct in my British accent. That's when it sneaks out because I try and say the American as much as possible onset. Ripping that you ration- for your next role. Yes. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. This is purely the direct

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"highmore" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"highmore" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Just alternately trying to make the show better and i love being wholly in invested in that and i think you know just gives another reason to be was there any aspect of playing dr murphy that gave you a little bit of pause before saying yes i mean obviously this is a complex character in different ways than than others that maybe you would be asked to play a certainly i mean and with an added i would think level of maybe sense of responsibility because you're you're now the face of in a way of of a whole community of people that deal with autism and so i just wonder we're you yourself totally confident that you were going to you know we know you can you're very talented actor but this is just an unusual sort of apart was that something that gave you any pause about just capturing how to portray autism in a way that is accurate respectful all the things that i think it ended up being but could have gone rat yes that was the big conversation that david and i had really at the beginning was being aware of the responsibility that we were taking on and also for me just coming off five years on something knowing how much you need to put in to a project in order to make it as good as possible that would be doubled with this new role and so wanting to make sure that the i was prepared to like put in the amount of research and preparation and dialogue with people about sean about in what way he has autism and how his autism manifest is that all of those conversations seemed seemed big and and i was certainly aware that this was a role that i'd have to prepare more for and put more into than any other one that i'd done once you now say all right i'm up for that challenge but before the cameras are rolling what sort of research and work did you elect to do i know it was extensive yes various.

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"highmore" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"highmore" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"That you made but you had read the book like a lot of kids do but had elected not to watch the earlier movie version while that yeah i hadn't seen it just happened to have not seen it it wasn't a i was waiting sixers thinking call one day i'm going to pay this but when the film came along i didn't want to watch something and i guess you know my parents probably encouraging this too and not watching something else and then feeding that you have to mimic it and feeding that what came before is what you need to do and so i hadn't seen it before starting shooting and he saw off towards i might have started to break into song dangerous territory to throw me into over the few years next years after those two movies there were people i really got to know you it seems like you got a taste of just a wide variety of different kinds of projects guess more intimate scale in a way a good year where you're the younger version of russell crowe august rush you're with robin williams but then also these big movies where i'm seem i imagine they felt big when you're making it to like a golden compass or spider wick chronicles whatever how did you feel when you are now exposed to this other i guess just in terms of the contrast did you find yourself gravitating more towards one sort or the other what's that knee it felt more serious at that stage and that was much more of an effect on on the family too when you're not coming home every night but you'll going away the four five months to film spider at carnac for example at my dad.

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"highmore" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"highmore" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Be who people saw me solely as wasn't their stuff before finding neverland if you look at your i m d be i know there were not of that scale of parts but i saw even five years i think before finding neverland you maybe your first credit interestingly with helena bonham carter who you could be be a few times visit great photo of the two of it yeah i think i had like one one line or something saying like in a scottish my best attempt to the scottish accent like you can have my ma's by a line this was women talking dirty and talking ninety nine so i never really read the full script of women talk you're seven years old and so that was really the first professional job right and then few other things seem to have proceeded finding neverland no there was a made for tv many series which might have been an important one along the way you were young king arthur right yeah you're right tiny almost lights but these are things that would never i guess finding nevin on was the first felt like it somewhat disrupted normal life a little bit that you missed a bit of school to that these other things stuff into summer and a few days here and there but they didn't feel as as big as having big prophecies and going and doing schoolwork on satellite bit and you know not that i missed a huge amount when i was when i was young but like those days here nasdaq up here can you take us from when you met that casting director through getting the pardon find neverland sort of a process was that an and what's big deal you're going to be working with johnny depp and a big movie there was a huge vetting process a lot of steps along the way i remember going back quite a few times i think i was nine years old then or something and say yes yes so not so my memory is somewhat hazy each.

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"highmore" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"highmore" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Behind ventures at this point but these are both end up as best picture nominees while before you answer or comment any of that let's not forget that get out was a major contender laster and did win and oskar shape of water also john realm you want an obviously best picture and best director winner right how did you feel about that i would extremely happy to see those two movies embraced by the public and by critics the academy and stuff so it shows you that like a good movies good movie it doesn't matter with john reid right and you would be okay you're on board for a quiet place and black panther a to my favorite movies of the year and they're they're moving their edgier seat they they break new ground black panther completely breaks new ground on so many levels and does it in such a colorful way and then acquired place does it in such a inventive way so hopefully they'll get some kind of recognition never would have imagined that in two thousand eighteen silent movie could be a huge hit and eventually best picture nominee but there you are bar skit thank you for joining us thank you and now for my interview with freddie highmore over the course of our conversation at the office of the hollywood reporter the twenty six year old and i discussed wide range of topics among them how he got into the business at such a young age and how he mustered such mature and moving performances opposite johnny depp in both finding neverland and charlie in the chocolate factory why he decided to interrupt his careers momentum had off the university and take a full break from acting at least for his first two years of studies how he wound up returning to work on the small screen specifically on bates motel and also for the first time working in a writer's room during the show's fourth season and directing tv during its fifth what it was about the show the good doctor and the character dr sean murphy that convinced him to head right back into tv after bates motel ended and what he is made of the transition from playing dr character to playing light one from working under the rules of cable to work.

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"highmore" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"highmore" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Right now this is going to be a huge test for them and also big feather in their cab to be handling something like this and then you have on the international saw universal which is a big deal for them because for the last year people thought that you sony or one of brothers would get the rights to this movie sony has had it for the last few right yes now the interesting thing here is that this may not be a big moneymaker in the for the people distributing this because of the terms because the broccoli's are driving a hard bargain and they and is really really for just one movie at this stage thought it was amazing reading that sony basically even though the last few were huge hits sony barely broke even we found i think it may have been through the sony aker certainly confirmed through the ben fritz book that recently came out i'm surprised they even wanted back in after that kind of return yeah i don't know what how people can justify it on the business sense but on a flip side people do like the prestige of releasing a bond movie so and maybe they think launch that if we do a good job maybe we'll we'll can we can negotiate better terms but clearly that there's not really work for that studio while the last question is this it's rare but kind of nice when both the fan boy and awards geek communities can agree on a movie it does happen occasionally it happened with lord of the rings return of the king for instance huge box set top grosser of that year and the best picture oscar winner at one point looked like it would happen with the dark knight and maybe wonder woman the awards community kind of wimped out on embracing those movies but this year it looks like it might happen with a quiet place the horror film john christie made which is at ninety five percent on rotten tomatoes and has now crossed more than three hundred million globally and also of course even more so i think ryan kugler 's black panther which is at ninety seven percent rotten tomatoes and has grossed just under seven hundred million domestically one point three billion worldwide that i figure is still the best of the year the worldwide figure is just.

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02:03 min | 3 years ago

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"I talked to who've seen who say it's a lot of fun marvel still in the game with men in the waas which again you know look you can't come you know it's not gonna make one point five billion dollars but it's still going to be a totally different movie dwayne johnson is coming back with skyscraper okay which looks lately ludicrous but it could also work well within his wheelhouse poster of him jumping across the skyline will the less two things are this we have known for some time that the next james bond film is going to be directed by danny boyle and once again star game craig navy for the last time we did get some new information last night about it though and i wonder if you can share with that was well last night it was finally announced that this bond twenty five it's going to have a distribution deal because for the last several years the movie sort of been being developed in limbo and they've been hiring writers and working with writers and directors and stuff and there's been a lot of rumors of who was going to direct the movie and whether even craig would come back or not and yesterday last night they confirmed that any boyle was indeed going to be the guy and any boyle was a bit of a dark horse contender because they had been looking at several people including didn't even of who did and they were looking at janda monge who did seventy one and a few other movies where the people on the shortlist and in serious talks but for various reasons never happened and just all of a sudden dining boil commended he at the specific take and he said i would do it if only i can do it this way which is always tricky when you're dealing with the producers of james bond because gray protective wilson yeah will the other big thing though is that we now know how it's gonna get out to the world right we had a confirm released it yesterday november eighth twenty nineteen and distribution for bution which is an interesting model right because mgm does not have a domestic distribution arm but they get do the domestic distribution through and per nana purna which has never thing on this scale before.

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

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"Theatrical release component to it i've heard rumors of that but i'm not sure if that's true but just just like you said just the idea of michael bay movie with ryan reynolds is like mind law and i guess just another thing that has to do with both of those operations that's worth looking at his disney has either announced plans to are already actually moved forward with pulling all of its content off of net flicks and is intending to start its own shrimping service operation so they are not going to continue to kind of boost netflix by licensing anything to them right this is going to be a kind of a head to head thing in the digital space for your succumb yes they are launching their own service and you're gonna see original star wars material and original marvel character stuff on their service and i and people will subscribe yeah so looking ahead to the summer i wonder what you are tracking the most closely both from business standpoint interest from a personal interest standpoint i know your blog has covered the fact that disney and pixar will releasing another sequel incredible to which comes fourteen years after the original the incredible 's that's coming up june fifteenth and it's tracking historically well it's tracking to be pensioned the the biggest opening for an animated movie of all time that's amazing so i mean that's one sort of thing that's coming what else is on your radar at the moment for the rest of the summer i'm hearing good things on mission impossible the tom cruise movie where he's you know he's always doing all his own stunts all the producers are biting their nails hoping he doesn't die this the drastic world which is i'm actually hearing surprisingly excellent buzz and people have been telling me that it could be one of the best drastic movie since the first blubber which again a lot of people have been a little bit weary and and you know burnt out by like that nostalgia but this movie could really heighten and get things you know really people five years after the regional there's oceans eight you know the female spin on ocean's eleven which i've been hearing.

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

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"You know and he's good if you watch a movie like rush which one howard did as well that's a really solid movie but audiences did not show up for that but you give them for and they just love the sort of like the winking nece the comedy over the top heroics is there sort of some symbolic significance the fact that this week for the first time just ahead of star wars with sort of lukewarm projections for their box office with with this one that disney has been passed and terms of stock value by netflix is the first time and is the sort of a changing of the guard disney of course in the last few years has made some acquisitions of people thought were brilliant and you know in many ways have been lucasfilm as you mentioned but also marvel pixar a lot of stuff under the biker era and yet netflix is catching up it seems well they're not getting up in terms of movies i mean disney owns the movie the movie world they nothing can come close to disney i mean other studios look envy at disney they they try in emulate their whole approach to making these branded and cross pollinated movies and they can't they don't have the tools that are how the material and they just don't have the skill to do it we've seen that time and time again and the amount their box offices is a step above everybody else's netflix is a whole different animal is digital and as we've seen they are having a really tough time in making movies and in convincing filmmakers or festivals to accept their movies you know for them foam as an uphill battle and they're spending a lot a lot of money at this problem and ill at this early stage spending money seems to be working for them in the sense that you know this past week they basically got a michael bay movie on rentals line rentals imagine the idea of michael bay movie opening on tv essential yeah on netflix is bananas maybe they'll be some kind of.

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

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"As has become a bit of a pattern on on their projects there were others in addition to lord miller yes i mean rogue one had a similar situation where they had to redo a good chunk of that movie and colin trevorrow was let go from star wars episode nine and jj abrams came back interesting well i want to ask you about some of the other movies in your wheelhouse that we've been hearing a lot about lately what did you think of two other films that came hot on the heels of previous installments over the last month i the box office top our last weekend deadpool two which was just two years after deadpool and then the box office topper of the previous three weekends which has already crossed one billion dollars worldwide in record time you mentioned a moment ago avengers infinity war which comes three years after avengers age of altron which itself came three years after the vendors would have you made of their success i mean it seems like everything we're talking about is sequels why why did those ones work they work because of years of sort of fan goodwill fan build up you know it took ten years martha get where it was and it took a lot of steps to build up to vendors and finito war and there were a few missteps along the way but they've been on such a role and the road is snowball snowball and that movie is massive and people love those characters i mean chris hemsworth people almost don't wanna seem anything but thor he can do no wrong and when he is for instance something else though it doesn't always work how do we explain that when you know chris hemsworth or w dot if you put her and just a shroud drama bio pic or something that audiences seem to be more loyal to franchises than to the people who captain them these days right well the whole issue of the decline of movie stars and the rise of branded intellectual property like star wars marvel and lego and hasbro and stuff like that and so people don't wanna see him with in anything other than thor i mean.

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

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"That what would that signal do you think that you know this id of the mission returns might actually make them wanna spread out a little more these future installments i think will definitely consider that but also consider this what happened with force awakens set in unimaginable bar because it was a once in a generation wasn't time event we had this movie that people were have been waiting for there was such a pentup desire and that's how a movie that cran make two billion dollars and going crazy it was i was there an opening night just with crowds and seeing that kind of reaction and you can expect that every time like stoler will still have a strong opening but if you're going to compare it to force awakens and stuff where there was such anticipation you can't compare them because it's it's we're now in a different that were in the post star wars era where stores is a yearly occurrence they're developing tv show is live action tv shows just wonder if they're beating the death you know like and i wonder as diehard fan yourself to you feel that in any way the sacrilegious to just be milking it for all you can tell it's basically dry the same thing could be asked about the marvel universe is a sacrifice to make all these movies and you know people were talking superhero fatigue and part of the answer is there can be fatigue but if you make good movies than the fatigue doesn't matter you know bright now marvel is on such a role with like thoracic narok and and black panther inventors and finnity war no one's talking about fatigue right now these movies are making like a billion dollars almost or more depend on which movie and people are loving loving all of them they can't wait for more and they want the characters and it's like this fan fervor so the you have to find a way to balance that and you have to find a way to make good movies and film firing directors has.

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

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"Sort of the anticipation of you know you have a few years between these two get excited or to wonder what what they're gonna do all of that when you have just a few months between them i just wonder if it if it might be too much i mean you just broke the news yesterday that we know of another spin off that is now in the works james mangold is writing and directing star wars film about boba fett is there that level of interest in all of these separate characters when with the marvel films for instance at least you know each of them may be as more worthy of being the centerpiece of a movie right do we need a movie about boba fett boba fat is one of the most recognizable characters in star wars i mean that's one of the beauty of lucas's creations is that so many characters that just pop out and stand out due to character design or to even the these one scene scene stealing scenes that they do and you have to think of like kay landau christian he's a cool cat but is he cool because we've only seen him for a handful of scenes less his more is sort of the model for a lot of characters whether it's in tv or movies you know so that's a danger but at the same time you know there is you said there's business element to this can you explain that for people who don't know just how it was originally george lucas sort of an independent entity and now it's not right disney bought basically lucasfilm and star wars and that also includes the indiana jones stuff and and willow and all that stuff that that george did for four billion dollars and look at the math i mean the movie themselves have earned a ton of money and more than have paid off that investment but yes i mean corporations sometimes wanna give and giving give and will be a backlash enthusiasm will wayne will that's maybe even manifesting itself this weekend we're seeing tracking numbers that show that this could be the lowest star wars opening ever when you count for inflation all.

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Boba Fett to get his own 'Star Wars Story'

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

Boba Fett to get his own 'Star Wars Story'

"Sort of the anticipation of you know you have a few years between these two get excited or to wonder what what they're gonna do all of that when you have just a few months between them i just wonder if it if it might be too much i mean you just broke the news yesterday that we know of another spin off that is now in the works james mangold is writing and directing star wars film about boba fett is there that level of interest in all of these separate characters when with the marvel films for instance at least you know each of them may be as more worthy of being the centerpiece of a movie right do we need a movie about boba fett boba fat is one of the most recognizable characters in star wars i mean that's one of the beauty of lucas's creations is that so many characters that just pop out and stand out due to character design or to even the these one scene scene stealing scenes that they do and you have to think of like kay landau christian he's a cool cat but is he cool because we've only seen him for a handful of scenes less his more is sort of the model for a lot of characters whether it's in tv or movies you know so that's a danger but at the same time you know there is you said there's business element to this can you explain that for people who don't know just how it was originally george lucas sort of an independent entity and now it's not right disney bought basically lucasfilm and star wars and that also includes the indiana jones stuff and and willow and all that stuff that that george did for four billion dollars and look at the math i mean the movie themselves have earned a ton of money and more than have paid off that investment but yes i mean corporations sometimes wanna give and giving give and will be a backlash enthusiasm will wayne will that's maybe even manifesting itself this weekend we're seeing tracking numbers that show that this could be the lowest star wars opening ever when you count for inflation all.

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02:05 min | 3 years ago

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"All the narran rake all yeah and hail caesar he was excellent any stole scenes you know against all these heavyweights but these are the big very different sort of job than he's ever had before and not only that he also has to step in the shoes that were previously worn by harrison ford harrison ford made that he created that role you know inhabited for decades and to step into something like that is almost a no win situation because you all of a sudden no matter what you're getting compared to somebody that is almost comparable and and any actor facing that is that kind of scrutiny is going to be very very very tough yup well wanna come back to selling you sort of reference a moment ago which is the saiga of star wars fatigue just to go over some history there were three years between the first and the second and three years between the second and the third star wars films than sixteen years between third and the fourth three years between the fourth and the fifth three years between the fifth and the sixth then ten years between the sixth and seven but since then we've had one a year can you explain why that has happened i know there's a business reason for it and just sort of the ownership of the franchise reason for that but it's only barely five months since the last star wars film the last jedi so could that be leading to fatigue the fivemonth thing is kind of strange and thing is is that you have marvel movies that come out every few months you have three marvel movies a year now and they all work there all successful people love them now can star wars and lucasfilm replicate that it doesn't seem like it because clearly there's us seem to be something to this universe that while people love it and they love all the characters you know i don't know if the need that much maybe it's because i mean how many times can you hear the john williams score exact too much people love it but you know when is too much too much but maybe it's also the conditioning the audience of star wars like yourself the diehards were groomed on having.

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02:03 min | 3 years ago

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"Appreciate him taking a few minutes to talk to us about it boris thanks for coming in my pleasure so to begin with i just wanna set the scene here how important is star wars to you and how did your love for it again man with many people i think it's side at the right age where i became like one of the defining movies of my life and just live breathe and dreamed star wars and how old were you when you saw your first star wars film i was kid little kid so solo star wars story opened at midnight i guess last night and a lot of places and that was after premiering in hollywood screening and can you've seen it so to begin with without giving any spoilers about the plotline i guess the most important question is it good well look the movie is turning out to be quite polarizing and i don't think you know that's not where no disney lucasfilm started this journey when they started making you know movie on probably the most popular one of the most popular here rose of all cinema you know now you have people talking about the merits of of this movie and whether it should have been done you know and whether there's even stars fatigue and you know two years ago no one could have predicted people would be talking like this well it was a pretty troubled production all along right we should it's not like this came out of the blue that it's not you know a plus movie right right i mean it's obviously this was like you know well documented how the filmmaker team lord miller who did the movie in the twenty one jump street movies they were famously or infamously fired midway through production and you know to have that happen on such a large scale movie is unheard of you know and then they got replaced by by ron howard who's like the hollywood right down the middle kind of guy and there were some questions also about entrusting this icon of character hunt solo to a young guy who really i guess is best known what for the warren beatty film rules don't apply we're.

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02:01 min | 3 years ago

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"Hi everyone and thank you for tuning into the two hundred twentieth episode of wards the hollywood reporter's awards podcasts i'm the host scott feinberg and my guest today is a top young actor freddie highmore who's currently starring on the highest rated new drama on network television abc's the good doctor a show about a young autistic surgeon for which more already has received a best actor in a drama series golden globe nomination and may well be on his way to his first emmy nomination as well the twenty six year old as you'll probably recall i made his name as a child actor who held his own opposite johnny depp in back to back films two thousand force finding neverland for which received a best supporting actor sag nomination at the age of just thirteen and two thousand five charlie and the chocolate factory a few years later he returned to the spotlight on tv earning raves and three critics choice nominations for best actor drama series in two thousand fourteen two thousand fifteen and two thousand eighteen i pour trail of norman bates on ahah knees bates motel a prequel to the film psycho now with the good doctor which he agreed to do almost immediately after bates motel came to an end in twenty seventeen high moore's doing perhaps his best work yet and it certainly reaching his largest audience yet the show's premiere became sees most watched drama pilot in twenty one years and the entire first season registered as abc's most watched new show as opposed to a rebooted show roseanne in thirteen years since the first season of desperate housewives over the course of our conversation high more and i discussed all of the above plus much more but i i was joined at the offices of the hollywood reporter by boris kit a senior film writer here who oversees heat vision which he calls are geek blog and who when he's not breaking news about deals in the industry lives for popcorn movies today as we head into the memorial day weekend it is a big day for boris and other people like him because big new popcorn movie is opening solo a star wars story and so i particularly.

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Never Not Funny

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"highmore" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"It was a song the courts was we're talking baseball and then the name of budget it's almost like a kokomo for baseball players like they measuring regulars inskeep greg was inskeep did get a goal that's right they still do but not to be confused with bull both airing weekly on cbs i love that you do one seconds of rarely aid number one show it's of it's very popular my wife and i like what is this show here's another one for the good doctor what are you right number trump either really starring freddie highmore or i don't know that let me tell you something yes young kid he's a very good actor you like him i do like them i was in front of him and traffic the other doubt ago it's went pretty well i saw amal rear view mirror i saw this guy and he's the guy in a girl anna in a car it's like i think that's freddie highmore he turns faces forward it's him for you confirmed i conflict what do i know from previous here before he became the good baiters hotel oh he was in as a child he was in i think that finding 'neverland movie more johnny depp was jm barry i think there's a couple of other things you might know him from but he's worked a lot is rainy very good actor so funny neverland very good ages no thank you sir he's other musicale version yeah how was it horrible oh no harm of nato into performances were great but the story itself is a big shrug i'm sorry very boys had off i remember that movie being proclaimed an i feel like i was kind of like lukewarm on economic aid for us oh kit egnos like a oscar he bait tight mutia fellow was very good than now he's a young man now is the number one dead new drama number one neutral that good dr somebody else it is a away act right like you see his boss oats other richard richard kind nope drive us nope burton from west wing overtured a shift jeff fischer jeff jeff richards schiff.

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