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Fresh update on "james bond" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:50 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "james bond" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"Grammy winning singer R. Kelly is going to prison for a long time, sentence Wednesday to 30 years behind bars after being found guilty on sex trafficking and other charges in a New York court. Prosecutors had asked for a sentence in excess of 25 years. Kelly's lawyer was hoping for the minimum ten. Ahead of sentencing a victim named Angela told Kelly in court, I pray that God reaches your soul. A reinvention of James Bond is coming, so says longtime Bond producer Barbara broccoli. She tells deadline, they don't have a script for the next film, and they can't come up with one until they decide how to approach the next film because it's a reinvention of Bond. They're reinventing who he is, she says, and that takes time, and she claims no one specific is in the running to take over for Daniel Craig, who ended his run with last year's No Time to Die, which made just over three quarters of a $1 billion worldwide. Actress Cameron Diaz coming out of retirement for a Netflix movie with Jamie Foxx. And Saturday Night Live's Colin Jost turns 40 Wednesday. Jason Nathan's an ABC News. Hollywood. Northwest news radio traffic from the dubin law group traffic center. A couple of new things to talk about Bellevue north four O 5 and accident attics at 12 is blocking off the two right lanes there and there's something called traffic from exit 11. Seattle west highway 5 20 a disabled vehicle is blocking the left lane at the evergreen point floating bridge, traffic is sluggish, it's causing a three minute delay and you drive from Tacoma to Olympia. It's looking great on I 5 south, no delays. It should take you just 26 minutes. Our next note is traffic at 8 34. The northwest news radio forecast from the 1530 mortgage dot com weather center. I'm Ryan Harris, good evening to you. We'll warm back up to the mid to upper 70s Thursday and Friday, clouds come back Saturday to keep highs either side of 70 this weekend, rain expected Sunday and Monday, but it's likely to dry out in time for your fireworks show overnight lows all week in the mid 50s. That's the latest from the northwest forecast team. This 4th of July weekend is

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Fresh update on "james bond" discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

01:12 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "james bond" discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

"Calling for some clouds overnight and lows in the mid 50s sunny tomorrow and Friday with mid 70s increasing cloud Saturday, chance of drizzle Sunday and Monday on July 4th but then backing off by evening time on the fourth it looks like. Downtown Seattle now, it's 66°. Well, the next James Bond will be very different from the last James Bond, more on that from ABC's Jason nathanson. A reinvention of James Bond is coming, so says longtime Bond producer Barbara broccoli. She tells deadline they don't have a script for the next film, and they can't come up with one until they decide how to approach the next film because it's a reinvention of Bond. They're reinventing who he is, she says, and that takes time, and she claims no one specific is in the running to take over for Daniel Craig, who ended his run with last year's No Time to Die, which made just over three quarters of a $1 billion worldwide. Jason Nathan sent ABC News. Hollywood, the nation's last living Medal of Honor recipient from World War II has died. Herschel woody Williams was 98 when he died at a VA medical center in West Virginia that bears his name. Williams was awarded the Medal of Honor for his heroism in the Battle of Iwo Jima when as a marine he repeatedly held off Japanese forces with the flamethrower. His heroism earned him one of the 473 medals of honor awarded during World War II. The marines stopped general, said Williams heroism and lifelong service to gold star families had left an indelible mark on the legacy of the Marine Corps. Louis Martinez ABC News, The Pentagon. Time now for lifebeat, here's Marina rockinger. When you are looking to lose weight, it's easy to look for quick and easy solutions, but they are not always sustainable. Registered dietitian Kristin kirkpatrick says eating healthy doesn't have to be complicated. Let's think about eating more fiber, more plants, less hyper palatable foods, less processed foods. So that's kind of a nice high level way to start looking at how we're going to make some dietary change. You don't have to give up junk food entirely. Kirkpatrick says to eat healthy about 90% of the time and you should be golden. She also recommends you listen to your body. Am I hungry right now or am I looking to feed emotion? Am I just dehydrated? So really taking the time from a mindfulness perspective of am I feeling true hunger? If I am feeling true hunger, I'm going to eat. But I'm going to eat until I no longer feel that hunger, which means eating slow, chewing more, taking out distractions and being able to stop before I feel that feeling of fullness for life beat. I'm Marina rockinger, northwest, news radio

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Is Pure Evil the Reason Behind Mass Murderers?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:34 min | Last month

Is Pure Evil the Reason Behind Mass Murderers?

"But you have to ask yourself how is it explainable other than the existence of pure evil You say oh it's mental health is it Is it mental health Because let me tell you something again I hate citing education two days in a row so it's going to have to stop for at least another 6 months Because it's just weak people cite their education when they can't explain an argument without relying on their CV right But for a moment forgive me folks there are a lot of people who have serious mental health disorders Schizophrenia is schizoaffective disorders personality issues bipolar disorder TBIs There are a lot of people who have serious cerebral damage They don't go out and murder a bunch of 9 year olds You know and you say well maybe it's just like the video games and the entertainment Well like I said yesterday I don't think a lot of that stuff helps but I don't blame them I mean I like video games growing up I used to watch Chuck Norris movies and James Bond movies You know my dad let me watch invasion USA when I was I don't know how old I was 8 9 There was a lot of dead bodies in that I never went out and be like wow that would be cool if I could whack a few people That never happened either So if it's not the mental health and it's not the video games it is not the violent movies Is it some combination of it all I mean maybe evil is the explanation

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The World Economic Forum Hides in Plain Sight

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:15 min | Last month

The World Economic Forum Hides in Plain Sight

"But what's interesting about the World Economic Forum is they hide in plain sight. You see, instead of trying to do it all secretly, the elites of the world said, well, what if we actually lead with our greatest vulnerabilities? You see, the World Economic Forum led by Klaus Schwab, a German engineer, they engage in their activity in forums and in panels and speeches instead of smoke filled rooms or private meetings. Those happen as well. But you see, they've decided to design a paradoxical communication strategy. Where the treachery is televised. Listen to Klaus Schwab and cut three, say the future here is built by us by a powerful community as you are here in this room. The stakeholders of larger communities as we collaborate. Now for those of you that are James Bond fans as I am, I love the James Bond series for a variety of different reasons until they've gone woke, which seems they are going woke. There is a, I think rather entertaining and well written James Bond film called Specter. The villain in that film is acted out by an individual by the name of Christoph Waltz, who is also German, and he dresses the same as Klaus Schwab the entire movie is about how the world elites all meet hiding in plain sight at opera houses and other public areas to design how they are going to take over the world. Play cut three. The future is not just happening. The future is built by us by a powerful community as you here in this room. We have some means to improve the states of the world, so that we act all a stakeholders of larger communities that we serve not our only self interests, but we serve the community and second that we collaborate. Straight out of central casting for the Bond

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Lis Wiehl on Robert Hanssen, America's Most Damaging Russian Spy

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | Last month

Lis Wiehl on Robert Hanssen, America's Most Damaging Russian Spy

"There's so many levels of sickness to this. And I want to be clear, speaking as a public Christian, when you're talking about evil, right? A lot of people, either they don't believe in God, they don't believe in evil, whatever. When you look at something like this, I want to know what you would call it if it's not evil, because here is a man who, I guess, I mean, I haven't said it, but to make things infinitely worse was ostensibly a dedicated Catholic Christian, in other words, it's kind of like the devil wearing priests robes. It's a stunning thing that so he wasn't just some secular person who doesn't believe in anything publicly he put on the face of a man of faith. So I have to ask you to just to go to the beginning. What do you suppose or who do you suppose he was that he would upon entering this life that he would go to them and do something like this? In other words, was it some crazy James Bond narrative he had? And I'm going to be a double agent. I'm going to be, what do you suppose was in his mind? Because a lot of people could get pulled over over time. Life gets tough. Things get complicated and you find yourself drifting. He goes to them. Why do you suppose that was? Well, he was as disgruntled employee. He thought that the FBI didn't appreciate him enough and that the FBI agents around him were trying to dull her. It's not as smart as he was. He always had to be the smartest guy in the room. We know people like that, right? Well, this is the Benedict Arnold story, right? I mean, if you want to go to the ultimate trader, Benedict Arnold felt he was being passed over. He was so amazing, and he was not being acknowledged. So that's kind of like the standard reason, right? That somebody like that, they think, I'm better than everybody. Nobody's acknowledging me. I'm going to get them horrible. Right.

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Lis Wiehl Shares the Intriguing Tale of 'A Spy in Plain Sight'

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:05 min | Last month

Lis Wiehl Shares the Intriguing Tale of 'A Spy in Plain Sight'

"We have a really exciting guest talking about a very exciting book and subject, exciting, depressing, amazing. I don't know where to begin. You probably already know my guest. Lee's wheel, maybe you saw her over the years on Fox News or on CNN or any place just a prominent legal mind federal prosecutor on and on and on. It goes, and she has now written a book. I got to tell you, it's nothing less than shocking. It's titled a spy in plain sight. The inside story of the FBI and Robert Hanssen, America's most damaging Russian spy, remember the Cold War folks. Remember when we were at war with the Soviet Union, they were a superpower in those days. And there was somebody on the inside. It just, it's one of the most amazing stories ever. A number of books have been written about it. This is being called the best of them all, a spy in plain sight Lee's wheel. Welcome to the program. Eric, it's great to be with you. Thanks so much for that kind introduction. Well, I tell you, when I read originally about Robert Hansen, it was one of these things, it's out of a movie. It's a nightmare that somebody would be this deeply embedded in our FBI working for our enemies. Today it would be, you know, working for China. But give us the background for people who don't remember the details, the timing, the years, the decades, so that we have some sense of who this monster Robert Hansen was. Yeah, and you've got it right. He really is a monster. I mean, finally, he's locked up now forever. So he's in a 24 hour or 23 hour solitary confinement and Florence Colorado in a supermarket, a super max. But started, you know, kind of an unremarkable upbringing. He was a middle class in Chicago, his father was a cop, kind of trying to tough on him. I mean, really tough on him. We'd call it child abuse now. But he grew up, became an accountant and then joined the FBI, which was really the Pinnacle for him. You know, it was just the thing that he wanted to be. He admired James Bond. He wanted to be everything, James Bond. So the enters in the early 80s into the bureau. And Eric within a year of entering the FBI, he approaches the Russians. They don't have to flip him. He approaches them. He doesn't tell them who he is, but he says he has this great Intel information for them. And indeed, it is the first thing that he's gives them is the identity of our major the primo Russian asset that we had at the time on the ground. And of course, we rely on those people to give us information from you said it, China, North Korea, Russia. He was at the very top level of the counter espionage unit in the

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Could Sebastian Be the Next James Bond Villian?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:13 min | 6 months ago

Could Sebastian Be the Next James Bond Villian?

"Hanson, and I am sitting in for doctor G today on America first radio. And I got to tell you, it's for a good reason. Today, Seb is actually auditioning for the part as the next Bond villain. And I just tweeted out a picture he sent me from the set where he is in costume in character as what is likely to be the next Bond villain. And here's the best part of it. The number one thing that people have hated about the new franchise is they're going all politically correct and oh, we gotta have this identity politics character for the next Bond. Himself herself. Whatever. Here's the cool part. Seb is going to be the villain only until he defeats the non binary bipoc new bond and Sebastian gorka will then become James Bond 007. Is that not phenomenal news for America and for James Bond lovers everywhere? God bless America. And God bless people with baritone voices and British accents like doctor Sebastian gorka. For

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Fauci Under Fire for Sick and Twisted Beagle Puppy Experiments

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | 8 months ago

Fauci Under Fire for Sick and Twisted Beagle Puppy Experiments

"According to documents obtained by a freedom of information request, white coat waste project and subsequent media coverage, from October 2018 to February 2019, NIA spent $1.86 million of taxpayer funds on drug tests involving 48 beagle puppies. The dogs were all between 6th and 8 months old the commission test involved injecting and force feeding the puppies and experimental drug for several weeks before killing them and dissecting them. Fauci funding experiment again in Tunisia, as we mentioned where they had to have starved, sandflies, beast on them alive. The invoice to the naid for the actual work was four or dect. Known as devocalization involves slitting a dog's vocal cords in order to prevent them from barking, howling or crying. Approximately 30% of all the promising medication have failed in human clinical trials because they are found to be toxic, despite promising preclinical preclinical trials and animal models. But 60% of the candidate drug fails due to lack of efficacy. The people who fund the torture of dogs should not be able to make medical decisions about your children. The people that have time and time again said that we want beagles heads to be eaten alive by sandflies in Tunisia, which again is something out of some sort of James Bond movie. What does that say for the type of leader that we actually have in the federal health bureaucracy? What does that say actually for Fauci and for Francis Collins themselves and now Fauci comes out and he says that he wants to have vaccines available for children than the first week or two in November. Some people are gonna say these two things are unrelated. I won't. Anyone who tortures beagles, I'm gonna stop listening to you about anything. Like you're a sick person. You need

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How Dr. Fauci Funded Dog Killers

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | 8 months ago

How Dr. Fauci Funded Dog Killers

"Breaking of the weekend was a series of documents that were obtained through a freedom of information request. It was obtained through an effort to try and get to the bottom of the medical experiments or the medical experiments that Fauci has been conducting over the last couple of years. These documents came out and we learned that Fauci, personally directed the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, a division of the National Institute of health to repeatedly fund research where he placed sedated beagles heads while they were still alive in mesh cages and allowed starved sandflies to feast on them and eat them alive. Beagles they then repeated the test outdoors with the beagles placed in cages in the desert overnight for 9 consecutive nights. In an area of Tunisia where sand flies were abundant. Now before we go any further, this is something like a James Bond villain would do. This is something that in a halfway through the movie of goldfinger where they kind of come in and they zoom in kind of panoramic. All of a sudden the Bond villain is like torturing beagles in Tunisia. Like that's not that's not normal, okay? For the public health official. The guy that's supposed to be in charge of epidemiological spread, like, okay, we're gonna go torture dogs and Tunisia. They repeated the test outdoors with the beagles placed in cages. In the desert overnight for 9 consecutive nights the experiment was just one of countless tests. Done on animals with your taxpayer dollars, but when you go to work and you work hard and you go write that check to the Internal Revenue Service, you are funding dog torture.

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"james bond" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

08:08 min | 9 months ago

"james bond" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

"James bond weapons beretta's walter. Pk's silencers and more today. We talked with a weapons expert. Tom whiteman of legacy collectibles. All about major boothroyd's revenue choice for james bond. I this is dan silvestri and outta of spy. Movie navigated com in our show cracking the code of spy movies. Let's go first of all. Welcome tom to are cracking. The code of spy movie show. We're all excited to have you with us today. And to see anti here about a real walter bp k. So if you're listening folks out there you can check out our youtube channel two. It's also called cracking the code of spy movies. And you can see what we're talking about here to and it's great to be on your show and the so i'm going to be showing you some really cool guy You obviously need to go on youtube channel and check this out. Yeah he's over. A beautiful real author fiance only just shiny finish here. Just a beautiful gun. It is point six five also known as thirty to counter who get into a bit. Yeah yeah. I'm very nice all right so tom can use plain doors. What it is you do and how you do it. How long have you been doing it and can learn so much about guns. Just gonna give a little background there. Yeah well. I'm not your typical gun guy because i actually don't hunt am i rarely shoot but i love history so just like you guys live spy movies. I've been watching the war movies and the history channel all of my life over and over and over again can't get enough of it. I'm a psychologist by trade. So i worked in The counseling business for twenty five years now but during that. Yeah i now. And i'm still relatively saying During that time. I was collecting guns now. There's two different worlds. They are the world of psychology and counseling. You don't even talk about or mention hobbies like gun collecting. And so i was going to gun shows on the weekends i started. I bought my first lugar when i was in college but a pk soon thereafter. I specialize in world war two nuns. Okay and but of course when i watch james bond or any war movie actually i always like i like will freeze frame and check it. Out narrowly laser focused on the weapons. I am and by the way. James bond has really helped my business because everybody calls in one hour while they're pdk they wanna like while they're pdk's On my business as amazing how my business. You do have a lot of older gun. What the website you go okay. So legacy dash collectibles dot com is legacy collectibles. Is the name of the right ear. Yum legacy dash collectibles dot com. And i have all eras from foot walks of who When we actually have some modern guns but we try not to sell modern guns we try to keep it. Nineteen forty five or earlier. Wow that's cool all right. Is there a very cool. I love what i do. I said i saw my practice. And i started this business with my son because he said why. Don't we start selling some your guns and that is a now have five employees. We saw a week. Might so a hundred guns a week. No kidding. that's pretty cool. It is very cool. Yeah all right. So we're going to get into the james bond stuff and talk about one of our favorite guns in the james bond series as we mentioned so we know bond carried a beretta for awhile in the flaming books and in. I think it was a baretta fourteen. But at the end of the novel from russia with love bonds gun with the silencer on it. I believe gets caught in his trousers as he's trying to pull the gun out and that was dangerous it almost cost him his life. Yes and so. In the next novel doctrine bruno a certain major boothroyd recommended that pond switch guns and as an aside in one thousand fifty six the real geoffrey boothroyd who was a firearms expert in scotland. He wrote to fleming saying that Though you enjoy the novels and stuff he really didn't think barack suited double oh seven and he told them a number of other guns. You might consider and so eventually. Fleming settled on the walter pp k. So again like we always do tom. And i we dig into stuff we wanted to know. What the heck is pp k. mpv. What's all atom about right. So we looked it up and the walter. Pdk was derived from a company. This guy carl walter. And he had a sports v- oftens model p. p. e. and it stood for police say and so it was a police pistol. That's what it was made for. And so okay. That's pretty cool then. The police departments et. Hey we have detectives. We need something a little smaller little lighter. Whatever can you make one for our detectives and so he came up with the police say he's a criminal or the police pistol for detective. Philip that's the pk. So now we're going to talk to you an expert on firearms and the pdk about the pcp k. So boothroyd's at eight ladies handbag stopping. I've never missed with the jet. Maybe not but jammed on your job and you spend six months in hospital and consequence if you get double the number it means your license to kill not get killed and another thing since i've been head of msn. There's been a forty percent. Drop in w operative casualties stay that way. You'll carry the wilder unless of course you prefer to go back to standard intelligent students would not then from now on new kenya. Different gun show him on pp k. Some point six five middle with the delivery like a brick through plate glass window takes a brush silencer with very little reduction in muzzle velocity the american. Cia swear by them. Thank you mentioned dumb. Is the biretta. A gun belong to the ladies handbag. And not in bonds holster and walter. Pdk have the stopping power like a breakthrough play class window. Well there's a little exaggeration there. But yes i have to say that baretta. A small handgun. There's actually a picture of lawn fit in the palm of somebody's hand so it is a small gun waller by the way also made a model late in a model nine and they actually when they made them. They sold them with little Ladies handbags With them out of or you put him in a ladies handbag. So i actually agree. It's probably more suited for a ladies handbag and the twenty five caliber is. I mean. there's no police department or any detective worth their salt. That would carry a twenty five caliber. It's just that it's not much bigger than a twenty two caliber. You always hear stories about twenty five caliber. Twenty two caliber wouldn't kill anybody. Well if you're a good shot and you get it in the right place It'll kill somebody but in of stopping power if somebody's coming right at you. And you put three bullets He's probably going to still keep coming at you unless you the boracay gigli put it between his eyes. So i would have to agree with that. Assessment that that the beretta for one eight Was not a good choice. For james bond. No kid is the lady's pistol and the in terms of in terms of kick kickout in that. So i've only shot a beretta unmatched shop walter yet. What is there a difference in the kick that you gotta deal with giving not only bigger. Yeah only depending on the caliber of the bullet. So if you shot up pareto twenty two or twenty five. There's very little kick a thirty two caliber and again at the in europe. It seven point six five because they go by millimeters but nited states. It's a thirty two caliber bullet which is a pretty common bullet. And it has a fair amount of cath. Now a you can buy.

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‘Halloween Kills’ carves out $50.4 million at box office

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 9 months ago

‘Halloween Kills’ carves out $50.4 million at box office

"Helloween kill list the latest installment in the Halloween movies was the biggest draw at the box office over the weekend I marches are a letter with the latest hello in kills raked in fifty point four million dollars in its first weekend according to studio estimates that's significant because it was also available on the peacock streaming service at the same time it's the second of a trilogy of the modern era of the Halloween story line last week's number one the James Bond movie No time to die drops to second with twenty four point three million dollars venom let there be carnage came in third place the Adams family too is in fourth the last dual is number five

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"james bond" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

05:13 min | 9 months ago

"james bond" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

"Yeah. Secondly if i was in the crowd below i would've been long gone. I wouldn't be standing there. Watching this thing. What thinking sham now that could be and or you'd watch for a second or two and then go at. This doesn't look right. I'm outta here cool. I loved it. There's this to second lull. Where bond looks like. He's knocked out and literally literally. It's about two seconds. But then he's back on top of the pilot and eventually throws him out of the helicopter. Two seconds you thinking what happened there and then bam no worries. He's he's fine. Get that. I would have just skipped out two seconds and just like you know. Let them fight the pilot so he of course bond gains control of the helicopter. Much of the happiness of the people still watching be part of the act and then with a little sun on his face. He kinda smirks. I'd smirked to if i had almost crashed that helicopter. I mean it'd be like yeah. We did it. I to bind knows how to fly any kind of aerial device. It doesn't matter if it's a plane helicopter whatever. He knows how to fly knows how to drive. Anything caterpillar tractors and whatever. It doesn't matter he's that good bursted walls. Anything reminded me of the hawaiian fruit. Punch the guy league that was that was definitely a mean back in the day where someone does audio over that gas. That's good that's so now. He's looking at the ring. He took off of finger with and it has an octopus on. Okay so how many bond movies we see a ring with an octopus on it. I mean and how many of them were there after thunderball. Yes because of contractual obligations prevent expected from entering the modern age of james bond. I know story so we've seen it in the past if think about in in thunderball you. Uc octopus ring. Fiona volpe and on and emplo felt different style than the ones here but there were rings with act two pusses activism gigantic sort of circular ring with elongated octopus. Yes yeah and like this redesign though. Yes i do. I think it's it's much it's clean. It's more subtle. it's so yes yes it is so the camera gets closer and closer On this octopus yeah until more sp- beautifully into the title sequence with the octopus bursting into orange flames. Ila sam smith song is playing writings on the wall. I love i love that. I i love with on the ratings love. It says so much writings on the wall and really act is the the lyrics are fine. It is on the wall for bonn. Just don't like the especially well. I love that literally. There is a moment like that later on the and also just the. The content of the lyrics is definitely indicative of where this series is going and ultimately the romantic angle that presents itself. Yeah like. I said the lyrics fine..

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"james bond" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

05:53 min | 9 months ago

"james bond" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

"Yeah we're using. The james bond movies are about seeks agent. Okay oh see see. I wasn't sure if i read that in tax. But i'm glad they remind us this the opening but i mean just yeah. It's not cool. Espionage sort of in media array opening where. Okay what's happening and we're being introduced in the new mission. Yeah right yeah so. They're walking up the stairs again here and everyone else is coming down the stairs again opposite direction kind of thing so something contrary in is happening here tommy. It's tenant it's tenant isn't it. Yeah kind of yeah exactly. We got time shift going on here so we see this again so the logging opposite direction. So they did it in the parade. The white suited guy did it now. They're doing it again up the stairs. So there's something going on here. They're standing out from the crowds and doing something opposite of what we expect. Everyone else is doing in the parade. The pre title sequence here has us guessing. Now that's perfect. That is exactly what it's supposed to be doing. What is going on two and a half minutes in and not a word spoken that we can clearly here anyway. News mumbles and stuff over the crowds. But wow and of course. Whatever that ladies whispering into this gentleman's era obviously isn't something you would do in a parade in more opening for open. Maybe permissive society but even then personal morals and consciousness kind of get in the way but obviously at that at that point right there. We kinda who were dealing with at this point. The lady whispering doesn't tell you who this guy is then. Yeah just wait thirty seconds and she takes the key out of her bra again. Another seductive kind of thing for us here so yeah this. This is very likely going to be bond. Yeah so they walk onto the elevator and they get they get they're going up and you can see the man is and the is look familiar. Here's is it bond. As mike says all the stuff gone this might be. The woman looks longingly at him. So now okay. Now we're thinking this removes a room key. Like set from her bra and whispers something sensuous into his ear. Okay the guy. Buying the mask is bob. High as revealed to be tanner..

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Latest James Bond Film Lags Behind Predecessors

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 9 months ago

Latest James Bond Film Lags Behind Predecessors

"The final film with Daniel Craig as James bond's leads the box office for the weekend I marquees are loaded with the latest is he came Alex No time to die grossed fifty six million dollars this past weekend according to studio estimates putting it in the first place spot the film was released only to theaters not streaming it had been delayed more than eighteen months because of the pandemic number two this week is venom let there be carnage followed by the Adams family to Shanxi and the legend of the ten rings is in fourth and the many saints of Newark in fifth

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"james bond" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

05:16 min | 9 months ago

"james bond" Discussed on The Big Picture

"This had a little bit of the spectre the film vibe of trying to do too much and not quite explaining it enough so it was. I wasn't lost in the in the insanity or the over the toughness. I was lost in like i. I don't know what an antibodies i don't. You said that romney malik was playing a poison merchant. Which like i guess that's a good way of describing it. But i still don't really understand what what he was doing. And to some extent in a bond film that doesn't matter in this a little bit particularly in the third act when you're spending a lot of time with him. It does slightly and i do think that lies. It gets away from them. Usually when we say raising the stakes in james bond movie it means a bigger stunt a bigger chase a bigger a bigger explosion in this movie. It's slightly different because of what we'll talk about later in the chat which is to say that the consequences matter more in the telling of this story and so maybe that means that the story means more. I'm not. I'm a little bit torn on that. Because as i went back and revisited a bunch of bond movies this week candidly. I don't think any of them make sense. And i don't mean that as an insult. They're kind of like secondarily plotted you know. There's like a missile and he's got gotta stop the missile from going off. That's usually like this sum total of the explanation. Someone is power mad. bond has staffer. He has to go to turkey to talk to to to get a key from somebody. Exactly chris you know. How much do you care about the plotting of a movie like this versus the i guess the aesthetic and creative of decisions that go into just making it. Yeah it's the telling detail. So i think the more i considered what happens in no time to die and let's let's keep it to the beginning because i know that we want to like back. Backload this pod with conversations about the ending. I thought that the opening thirty minutes were confusing. Because like you said they they are specter part b. You know it. It is essentially like if you and i i was not prepared for that really. I think this is maybe something that is going to be an issue with the film. Taking six years to come out inspector is that it almost acts. as if like you've just watched specter or specter's fresh in your minder specter is good so you've been thinking about sector for a while But that being said the beginning of the film which opens with basically the inciting incident. That brings romney malik. Character and madeleine swindle. Ese dues characters life. I think it's pretty interesting and i. I think that the idea that someone basically was using specter like tactics to avenge a crime. Committed by spector is really cool and really fascinating. And i think what happens in a lot of modern movies especially big franchise. Movies is that they take a pretty compelling idea and just quickly overcomplicated to shit and they just keep adding layers and side missions mcmuffins and confusing motivations and extra characters where you didn't really need a third villain in this situation and they take. What makes that first kernel of like. Oh cool so lick wisey wearing a mask or why. Why is he so upset at this. This guy this the father of this daughter and then you can't remember why you're you're even watching the movie. Twenty-five minutes later now bond has.

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Reaching pre-pandemic levels, 'Venom' debuts with $90.1M

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 9 months ago

Reaching pre-pandemic levels, 'Venom' debuts with $90.1M

"It's probably the best news for Hollywood in more than a year and a half good evening Jan this is high it's a major sign that the movie industry is ready to say goodbye to the pandemic error the Marvel sequel venom let there be carnage did some serious damage at the box office over the weekend bringing in a whopping ninety point one million dollars in ticket sales not only does that represent the best total of any movie during the pandemic so far it also means that venom has out grossed its original which came out back in twenty eighteen all this despite the fact that the movie was expected to earn only half that amount in its debut and what is good news for Hollywood may only get better the new James Bond film hits movie theaters this coming weekend in its international debut it put up monster numbers so the movie industry is hoping that it will follow that act when it opens domestically I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"james bond" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

05:01 min | 9 months ago

"james bond" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

"I'd probably be squirming like that too. But then after he's ducking the bullet in grimacing and stuff bond calmly picks up his automatic rifle and starts firing back at the pursuers coming up alongside him but a little bit to the river they were still but then seemingly the right ad aside and there's another camera shot of bond firing at them and now we have the perspective of the pursuers as bonds weapon is aimed right at them so we're looking down the barrel basically of bonds weapon so now at us. Yeah now we're in the other car and bond is aiming his weapon at us again. I love these point of view shots. And they're throughout this chase and so we are brought into every part of the action. So now we are the pursuers. We started off as an observer on the water in a boat then bond looking at his side view mirrors reflection to the pursuers coming up on him. Now we're the pursuers as i think as added so much richness to this pre title sequence. Agree with you totally on that. Yeah all right so bond by a very good shot. We know that from other movies. It's amazing all these henchmen. Shoot a billion bullets and don't hit anything. Yeah first time. He's a good shot like you said not. so much. His pursuers being a good shot and here again the camera brings us right into the pursuers vehicle and we see here because i wondered why the car would crash off the cliff. The pursuers car as it will in a second if bunches hits the passenger who was shooting at him. No we see the driver. Grimace his driver's side door window get hit with bullets. And then the car plunges off the cliff this was terrific to show us this almost as though we were in the car so yeah they're car crashes off the cliff another car off the cliff but that's great that's a great camera angle there and they revealed something to us that in a second you would miss it and kudos once again because the car did not blow up as it real found eight how mention this scene in the motrin article so i don't know if they maybe they took the guest tank out of this one too i'm not sure and i read sound effects as the cars tumbled on the rocky hills. We have the sounds of the engine at twenty six seconds in and now we hear the car tumbling down the rocky hill especially when it comes to a halt there's the remaining sound of rocks and dust settling ours done but their stuff still falling around it. We talked about this another podcast. Cars don't usually explode during this type of trauma now. We've come a long way from the hearse which went off a cliff to the carbonari and the pursuit vehicle here in quantum of solace cars fall hills in many many james bond movie. Yeah they do. I think the biggest thing that bond villains could do for themselves and their henchmen is target practice..

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"james bond" Discussed on The Dork Forest

The Dork Forest

04:37 min | 10 months ago

"james bond" Discussed on The Dork Forest

"No. Oh. Which for many years. And this isn't. To add it to apropos of anything. I got doctor Nolan doctor strangelove mixed up. The two movies, two very different movies, but both doctor strangelove, much more serious, weirdly enough than doctor. No, I think. Okay, so James Bond is he's a guy with a licensed, does he have a license to kill the books? He does. Yes. He is in the show below section, which you have the section with the license to kill. There's only like three or four of them. Okay. And okay, so there's three or four O's. And it's at their discretion. They can just they're like, oh, this has to this needs lethal force. I can murder somebody. And I think bond is very conscientious of the fact of what it means to take somebody's life even if it is an enemy. And you can see, especially in the Daniel Craig films, how this haunts him. Okay. Like the reason he tweaked so much and tries to drown himself women and alcohol is I think. Yes. Yes. Nobody ever drowns themselves in good works. It's always weird. Nobody's like, you know what I got to do? I got to feed the homeless. And entirely different Bond film. It really would. It would be it would be a Bond film where you're like, nah, I just gotta go get laid. And literally we're talking about 11 minutes of Cersei's. I mean, it is not like it's not a long, I mean, maybe some tantric sex. You know, if you decided to get into like an 11 hour sting kind of situation or, you know, the kamasutra. Yeah, we should write this, you know? Metric sex Bond film in which he decides to leave the homeless when he's done with all the tantric snacks. Those are two different books. Those are two different. Right, right. Maybe it's a double O 9. And maybe there is one of the os that was decided to use his haunted presence for good instead of the double O 6 9 who's like right below double up. Wait a minute. And so what do you reread them? Are they a pretty good reread? Yes, I read them when I was a kid. My introduction to Bond was I remember I grew up in Connecticut and my extended family were very close, we'd always gone vacations together. And one weekend, we all went down to Atlantic City. There's less than a couple hour.

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New James Bond Movie Release to Go Ahead in September

Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

01:14 min | 11 months ago

New James Bond Movie Release to Go Ahead in September

"One big announcement a solidification of the official premiere for no time to die. We've been watching for this announcement for awhile and we've been reading different dates. But the official. James bond twitter account has announced that no time to die will have its official premiere on september twenty eighth at royal albert hall in london. And that daniel. Craig michael g wilson barbara broccoli and director cary joji fukunaga will attend. The premiere. royal albert hall was originally going to be the premier site with the earlier premier dates that had to be delayed due to be cova pandemic. We'd been speculating. The twenty eighth at the royal albert hall but we thought we were wrong because to other events are scheduled there on the twenty eighth of september. So this surprised us a bit anyway. This is great. News confirmed by the official 007. Folks the eon production people one released date change announce however at this point only affects australia. No time to die has pushed the release date in australia. From september thirtieth to november eleven due to the current kovic situation. There this probably makes sense but really makes it tough on the james bond fans there of course this may open the door to other release date changes as well as the global kovic situation is assessed

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Vera Atkins' Role in the Special Operations Executive

Encyclopedia Womannica

01:52 min | 11 months ago

Vera Atkins' Role in the Special Operations Executive

"The early nineteen forties. Vera caught the eye of the british secret service. Aside from her fluency in german english. French and romanian she also had multiple family members who had passed confidential information across europe in between world wars. One and two. She was the perfect candidate for covert operation responsibilities. Vera joined britain's special operations executive or the esso in nineteen forty one as a secretary. The sos was set up by prime minister. Winston churchill with the intent of conducting espionage sabotage and reconnaissance throughout occupied europe vero worked diligently to rise through the ranks. She moved from secretary to intelligence officer to principal assistant to the director. Colonel maurice buck master. She was assigned to the majority of the operational planning for the france section of the sob e although never confirmed by author ian fleming. It's believed that colonel. Buck master is m. In the james bond series and vera was an inspiration for the character of miss moneypenny. That said vero did not share miss money. Pennies romantic love struck nature fears. Primary job was to recruit and deploy british agents into occupied france. Vera interviewed the candidates in a stark dimly lit hotel room with just a desk. Two chairs into lightbulb. If they passed that stage vera put their french to the test to ensure they could pass as a native and finally vera closed out the interview process by informing the candidate. This role had a fifty fifty chance of survival and giving the potential agent a few to consider this fate. Vera did not sugar coat. The dangers of the

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"james bond" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"james bond" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

"Check number nine was number nine was thought to be an embezzler by blow fell so if we remember in from russia with love cranston who was number five he gets the poison shoe blade if you have a job for life with spector. You just don't know how long it'll be. There's nothing not to believe here. In this scene it was cool. I love the hot seat. I don't even think sure spark for help. These guys funding for some rehab. When james bond breaks into camp pies ru room seventeen Prize nine money bond..

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"james bond" Discussed on The Topic of Choice Podcast

The Topic of Choice Podcast

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"james bond" Discussed on The Topic of Choice Podcast

"Oh that would be fun. As i would watch the heck out of that. I would have to turn them. You know he is a great actor. What was that series. We watched him in the world. Thing with the god thing. Yeah no no young. Young young young physicians young doctor style base a russian novel. He plays a young russian physician in the has been And oh my god. A series or amazon. It may have been in. Also has jon hamm yes i. It's really good and he can actually pull off the heavy. Yeah he's some chops he's got. He's good he's done broadway. Yeah i want to tell you that. He he's he's kind of expanded to all different genres But yes yeah. Yeah yeah yeah. Didn't they also do since city wasn't that him. Yes the city to city to city again. Frank miller echoing the batman thing. Going there advertise. Yeah i have a hard time seeing him as anyone other than harry potter. And he's going to have a tough time getting over that. But if we go back to the ian fleming bond the lack of hair. That is a quote dark comma over the is think with a lightning bolt scar. Sorry we could do a podcast on harry potter. That's that's that's university. I'm well-versed in. I should probably stop there. No robin unlikely to keep going please. I brag about how i was wizard. Rock creepy and when we went to universal earlier you wear road what what what are you robyn woodhouse and slither and i might be popping. I'm pretty sure emma slithering. Well what i'm gonna do with. That is and i do. We're going to have to have a. We'll have to do more podcasts. But it is. We're going to bring it back to james bond and with that guys. I'm going to wrap up the show tonight. I wanna thank. Ben i wanna i wanna thank robin or matthew and thank everybody for listening. This is the topic of choice podcasts. We've just really hammered out a whole bunch of stuff with james bond and everything else. Which is why i love the flow of the topic of choice because it can go In many different ways so guys thank you all for joining me tonight. I really appreciate your time hughes. So keep gazon showy. We barely scratched service. We go for another hour. We actually got my three over here. One green well. Let's do this. Let's make this part one. It's official because now we have to do a part to and there are so many other topics which we just. We just opened up. Pandora's box to i-i've batman the joker and everything else and we will do a harry potter as well. Because i can really dig my mic claws into that one as well. Who's that. Oh my gosh about to have a seizure but everybody thank you for listening you. Can you can find the podcast anywhere you find your your media Or your podcast. Go ahead please. Download rate and review. Thank you guys very much and we'll see you next time on the show..

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What Does It Mean for Amazon to Buy MGM Studios

Voice in Canada

01:02 min | 1 year ago

What Does It Mean for Amazon to Buy MGM Studios

"Got a question from someone who was asking. If it's true that amazon had bought mgm studios and the impact this has on streaming and lexi. Well it is. Indeed true amazon bought mgm studios for eight point four five billion dollars and that makes it the company second largest mission since amazon acquired whole foods and that was back in two thousand seventeen so studios. They're the ones that. Make the james bond series along with four thousand other films and seventeen thousand. Tv shows. So what does that mean. Well it means looks like going forward. We're going to be seeing a lot more video content. That is going to be available on amazon prime for streaming. And what does that mean. Well course it means that you will be able to access these types of films and tv shows on your echo show devices so yes it is true and this is setting amazon to be even a bigger competitor when it comes to other services like disney plus. Hbo netflix

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Amazon to Buy MGM in $8.45 Billion Deal

Talking Tech

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Amazon to Buy MGM in $8.45 Billion Deal

"Listeners. It's brett molina. Welcome back to talking tech co. Mike snyder is off today. So how's this for a summer. Movie blockbuster amazon confirmed on wednesday that it will acquire movie studio. Mgm in a deal that's valued at eight point. Four five billion dollars in a statement amazon said they will help preserve. mgm's heritage a films which includes more than four thousand titles including a lot of names. That i'm sure many of you are familiar with james bond. The magnificent seven raging bull rocky legally blonde a lot of very popular very well known films. Mgm also owned several popular tv shows including the handmaid's tale which is currently in the middle of its fourth season on hulu. The deal is still subject to regulatory approval amazon. Didn't say when they expect to steal to close and when they would officially own mgm but clearly. This is a pretty significant step on several factors it highlights a lot of consolidation that we're noticing in the streaming market These there are a lot of these Different services out there and it's getting very competitive and we're seeing a lot of consolidation here. One example of this is a t and t. They announced that deal earlier this month to combine its media business with discovery so that brings together stuff like. Hbo max and then cnn tbs tnt with discovery networks like food network hdtv now if you are a subscriber to amazon. This is an interesting proposition because now if you have a subscription to prime video you have this new collection of movies and tv shows the you can draw from if you subscribe to other services. I don't know exactly which. Mgm movies are available in one which services. But it's possible. Maybe some of those movies. We'll transition

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Amazon to Buy MGM Studios for $8.45 Billion

Morning Becomes Eclectic

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Amazon to Buy MGM Studios for $8.45 Billion

"MGM for a $0.45 billion MPR's mentally Del Barco reports. It's a second largest acquisition for the company after purchasing whole foods. Amazon already runs a film studio, prime video streaming service and a video game streaming site. But the MGM deal is its biggest move into entertainment. Amazon will assume MGM is debt, and it will also get the rights to the Golden Age Studios, film and television library. With its mascot Lion roaring logo, MGM made such movie classics as singing in the Rain and 2001. A Space Odyssey. MGM also owns the epics Cable Channel and runs a TV studio that produced the Handmaid's Tale and Fargo. Bond. James Bond. MGM also shares the James Bond movie franchise with a family that controls the double. Oh seven movies. Mandali del Barco. NPR News

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Amazon to Buy MGM, Studio Behind James Bond and 'Shark Tank'

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Amazon to Buy MGM, Studio Behind James Bond and 'Shark Tank'

"Amazon is buying MGM studios in an eight point four five billion dollar deal Amazon which owns prime video already has its own studio with shows like the marvelous Mrs Maisel but adding MGM means access to thousands of films like the James Bond franchise along with TV shows and the opportunity to develop more from intellectual property Amazon will also get cable channel epix which MGM owns the deal still needs the customary approval from regulators it's the latest media industry deal that's aimed at boosting streaming services to compete against Netflix and Disney plus a TNT and discovery announced earlier in the month they were combining I'm Julie Walker

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Amazon Nears Deal to Buy Hollywood Studio MGM

WSJ Tech News Briefing

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Amazon Nears Deal to Buy Hollywood Studio MGM

"Report exclusively. That amazon is nearing a deal to buy the hollywood studio. Mgm for almost nine billion dollars including debt. People familiar with the matter. Say an agreement could be announced as early as this week. Mgm's library includes classics. The james bond franchise rocky and the pink panther as well as hit shows like lose the handmaid's tale and affects is fargo. Those shows could help drive subscribers to amazon prime streaming service if the deal goes through the second biggest acquisition in amazon's history after its purchase of whole foods in two thousand

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Amazon Nears Deal to Buy MGM Studios for Nearly $9 Billion

WSJ What's News

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Amazon Nears Deal to Buy MGM Studios for Nearly $9 Billion

"We report exclusively. That amazon is nearing a deal to buy the hollywood studio. Mgm almost nine billion dollars including debt. People familiar with the matter. Say an agreement could be announced as early as this week. Mgm's library which includes classics. Like the james bond franchise rocky and the pink panther as well as hit shows. Like hulu is the handmaid's tale fx is fargo would be a valuable asset to drive subscribers to amazon's prime streaming service. It goes through. The deal would be the second biggest acquisition and amazon's history after its purchase of whole foods in two thousand seventeen

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"james bond" Discussed on Repodcasting

Repodcasting

08:45 min | 2 years ago

"james bond" Discussed on Repodcasting

"That movie is not the Joe Joe. Moyer's movie is not showing her in the action movie light for sure. Nobody saw her in the star. Wars one two. Yeah you need you know what you need to feed game thrown. Understand who? Emilia Clarke is as an actor enough. And then you would understand that yes she would make James Bond. I think she would anyway and her name was actually thrown around. She actually said she loved to do it when they after. I think there would be backlash for sure if they chose a woman. But I don't think it would be so big that it would like tank the franchise or you know. I think they would get over it. I don't know really. Yeah I don't know if I agree with you. I don't know I mean look. I certainly wouldn't be irate and throw a temper. Tantrum selected a female my job. I don't think that they will ever go that. Route as long as Barbara Broccoli is in charge over it. James Bond Inc because she has said long as she's in charge they will never have a female James Bond so I don't think that's something that will see anytime soon. It would cause a lot of backlash darnest immature as you know some of the other fans who we won't name our but I also think that if they select a person of color that there will be backlash to do absolutely again like much like I said with them and I think that it. It's something that once you see what the person can do like as long as they pick a good person of course I do think people will be able to get over it. I don't think that means it's the end of James Bond and that's it what could happen is that the first movie doesn't make as much money as they would expect and then they are scared and run back to a white men. I feel like that could happen. I don't know I don't know it's hard to see which direction they will go in there. Smart that they will go with a diverse choice. I think if they're smart but yeah I could totally see them going with like another white guy that Guy Richard. I think his name is Richard. Madden a yeah. You don't know who he is but his name has been thrown around a lot and people will know him. He's actually done quite a few things he was on. Game of thrones serve as well. He played Robb stark and most recently he was in a show called bodyguard that people were reading about and he was in rocket man as well. I could see him. I guess as James Bond. She's not my James Bond like he wouldn't be my pick picking a white guy to be James Bond so as to not shakeup a franchise or whatever I would go with Luke Evans. The only thing is he's a bit older like he's forty now he's Welch so he's from the UK. I think he'd be good like he's got pat. Really sort of intense vibe that I think is very similar to Daniel Craig's versatile performer was in one of the fast and furious movies. Or maybe he was in two of them said he played a bad guy in those movies and she was really good but then he was cast on the live action of beauty and the beast rate so he is versatile and he was in girl on the train he was so I think. I personally think she if they were going with like a white dude. I think he would be a really good James Bond. Yeah I can see him as James Bond as well but I hope he go with someone more diverse I agree. There's no need to stick with status quo right now. It's let's make it interesting but we'll see I don't know it will be interesting and I think we won't get that new film with a new person for at least like three or four years like you said all right. Well I think we both had. Some interesting picks might be straight for viewers. That's fine. She's my least favorite in a way to because she's the only one who's not British. I don't think that she would actually get picked. I just think that I would like to see it of all things. I think that they would never pick an actor who was nine from the UK Agree yeah well or from the Commonwealth because George Lazenby is Australian. Which means maybe we could have a Canadian bond. We're Commonwealth Hawaii Joshua Jackson. Who Else is Canadian? I'm joking that's not a good pick. I read that when they were auditioning funds after Roger. Moore the auditioned Sam Neill who is from New Zealand and he almost got it. Oh cool and you would have been interesting. Actually I kind of like I like him. Yeah I know. He's he was on picky blinders for a couple of seasons. He played inspector Campbell and he was such a kickable character show but he played it beautifully. So He's a great actor that guy really is. Yeah Yeah Well. I think that that about does it for this portion of the show. We just have one thing left to do but before we do that we'll take our second break. This episode re podcasting is brought to you by snow and tell the winter city podcast. This show explores outdoor activities urban design business and culture in winter cities through interviews with thought leaders and local winter champions. Winter COMES EVERY YEAR. So why not embrace? It finds no Intel on Apple podcasts. Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts you can also find it online at Winter City. Edmonton DOT CA slash. Podcast stick around after this episode to hear clip and now back to the show okay and we are back and it is time for our favorite segments. It's time for hold me close young Tony Danza. The segment where we cast Tony Danza into a role in the movie. Or in this case in the franchise that we're talking about so Janet so excited Tony Ganz a role in the James Bond. Universe is and where would you like to place Tony Danza? Genius that we have done this. So if I was casting Tony Danza into the James Bond Universe. I WOULD CAST HIM AS Q. Oh Yeah Nice and I'll tell you why because I mean the cute they have right now. It's been why shot gay went with someone younger because usually it was. I can't remember the name of the actor but he was an older gentleman. That did it for a long long time. Well he did it from the very first movie. Yeah I Amos germ it something. Unfortunately I don't remember either. I mean you know he was Q. That people remember it in New von right but you know kill is tiny no quirky character and Q. Is One of these people that take charge. He's in control. He's kind of go to person to be there to help out and Tony Danza does that. So well in the roles that he's in his portrayal had I think he would be able to channel that really nicely and I think he's just naturally that character so I think that's why he'd make a really good q i like it. I think he'd make a very good cue as well And I do want to mention the name of the actor Desmond. Llewelyn.

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"james bond" Discussed on Repodcasting

Repodcasting

09:06 min | 2 years ago

"james bond" Discussed on Repodcasting

"Then. I did like five pierce. Brosnan was a really bad James Bond. I didn't enjoy him and then it was only recently that I Timothy Dalton He did to James Bond films that I've only seen one. But you know what I actually really like Timothy Dalton. I know that he kind of got a bad rap when he when he did the film but I really enjoyed his performance. I thought he he was a more serious bond. Felt like the energy was more like the energy that Daniel Craig has brought to the role. I think he was more serious. Bond hanging out to watch those because yeah. I don't mind some of the Roger Moore ones but they're very lake cheeky and silly sometimes and then the Pierce Brosnan Ones I. I agree with you there. Not good he's not good as James Bond. It's really cheesy. I don't buy him as that level of spy. It's just bad all around so I'll get started with my dream casting. If you don't have any other comments I do not. We'll just take a quick break though. Stick around and then we'll come back and recast. This episode is brought to you by the BERTA podcast network powered by ATP. The girl tries life. Podcast is a fellow. Alberta podcast network member and is all about showing that women are capable of anything when they have the right tools strategies and mindset in place. I'm your host Victoria Smith. A stress reduction coach was all about helping you reduce your stress so that you can actually enjoy your daily life and Magin that in the girl tries life podcast. We alternate between interviews with incredibly inspiring ladies. Pu breakdown how they got to where they are and coaching episodes that leave you with tangible resources and skills for your own life. Life isn't stressful. But we can help you stress less so. I hope that you'll check. The girl tries life. Podcast you can find it at girl tries life dot com forward slash podcast and remember. The most important thing in life is that you try okay. We're back and it's time for Jin to let us know who should be the next. James Bond told her this story several times. But I don't know if our listeners if I've ever even told this story on the podcast so when Daniel Craig was cast as the new James Bond. I was really excited because I had originally seen him in this movie that he did call layer cake and I remember sitting in the theater watching him in that movie Hen Thinking. Oh my God this guy should be the next James Bond and then a year later the cast him as James Bond. I was like okay. I would like excited. I was like like I called. It was my first foray into so. I'm hoping that one of my dream casting choices actually become the next James Bond again. I'm sorry to see Daniel Craig go but I also think that you know he's done. This will be a fifth movies preempt to pass the mantle onto someone else. I know there's been a lot of talk about who should play James Bond. And everyone's got an opinion about this and a lot of people have expressed that it should be a female. James Bond and I as much as I am all for like fresh thinking. I actually don't think it should be a female. And maybe that's just because I'm a Hetero PERV and I want to see like a really good looking guy or whatever like for me it's like I just WanNa see a man in that role but mine picks for the new James Bond are definitely more die. I I think we to see some diversity in the new teams on. I think it'll be more reflective of Britain the UK. Whatever you WANNA call it because let's face it. There's a lot of diversity. There were sold this sort of weight version of what England look flake. But then you go to England and like don't want diversity there so my first pick and this is my choice. I would love to see this actor as the new James Bond and it's how I knew him when I think overall whoever they end up selecting as the new James Bond I think he should be a younger ish actor because I feel like a lot of the times when they cast that James Von. He's older already and let's face it. Most of these like Daniel Craig's done five films over the span of what twelve years fourteen years fourteen years? Okay Salako odds are anyone that they picked whoever they pick NEX. You're tying that person down for probably about four or five movies and that's like ten to twelve years did should be someone who is a little bit younger who can not be so old passes the mantle on to the next actor. Asia tally twenty nine. I didn't realize he was that young. I feel like he's a perfect age. He's like on the Kospi almost thirty. And let's face it by the time they got a script and a director. Whatever for the next film I mean. We're looking at probably another three or four years so I think he would be the perfect age by the time they get it together and they start the next one and in terms of acting I like Death Patel is just like he's so good at everything. He does. Good comedy drama. Romance like he's leading men quality and I think he would bring a different sort of intensity a younger energy. He's very charming. Well or at least I think he is and also I saw him recently in a movie called the wedding guests. And if you get a chance you should watch it. 'cause it's definitely like a different type of role for him. But I was watching it and I was like I feel like he's auditioning for the James Bond role and if anyone has seen this movie. I think you'll understand what I mean by that because it's sort of an action film and he was really good in limbo. I really like to see him. Get it east British as well. Yeah Yeah I think. That's a good choice comment. I can sort of picture it I would need to see. More OF DUFF. Patel's work but I don't think he's about choice having it's good. I think it makes sense. My next choice for James Bond would be Henry folding him. I do not know crazy rotation okay. I've never seen it so he hasn't done a lot of work. He did crazy rich. Asians that was like his feature film debut. I believe he's a few others. He was in last Christmas with Emilia Clarke. That got really crappy reviews. Let me tell you it was when I watched his performance in that movie I was like Oh Goldie. He's a car bomb charming and he's got I leading man Dr Quality. I just think he would be a great James Bond and east British as well. I believe I just saw him as well. In a Guy Ritchie movie. It's called. The gentleman came out recently. She was really good in that and when he's on screen you can't take your eyes off of him he's just one of those actors that he just excludes that crazy super charm he. He's only thirty three. I feel like he would be a little bit younger and he would be a good age as well. And my third choice. Also British actor and it's Chew Ital- Isaiah for his. Yes okay for anyone. Who doesn't know him he has been around forever. He's done tons of movies. I think a lot of people will know him for his performance in doctor. Strange isn't he. In twelve years.

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"james bond" Discussed on Nerdificent

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10:59 min | 3 years ago

"james bond" Discussed on Nerdificent

"We're GONNA make fun of all of this like swinging sixties style but then Goldmember was straight up like we're doing a bond movie it. We're not even GONNA pretend anymore. Yeah like beyond say is going to play it would always kind of like not just problematically play with like race but also like women race like I hear the two bongos Bambi and thumper thumper is going to be like this black girl but like poofy like you know the poofy abused. Afro ups and Thumper is going to be like a sweetest blonde. That's just what they do so Bambi and thumper and what yeah come on man I couldn't you have a name plenty. O'Toole that is not a name of somebody names at shot yeah. We're GONNA get an email from plenty hughes me listen. I come from a very room. Line of my father was a plenty plenty. My son is plenty. Did you read any of the Comex or collect any of the comics James Bond Comics I never did I never did it. Part of it. I think was because you either have the novels which were like super pulpy or you had the movies which were movies and awesome in the comic books always felt like this weird have stepped between nine. It's like I'm not going to get what I want out of this because like marvelous but in these comics sad and I'm sure it's a good idea but the things that I respond to in a bond film as like a fourteen year old boy not showing up allows things for fourteen year old boys there was the new one thousand nine hundred three was actually the first bond video game which was developed by the Parker brothers and was released for Atari however that is not the one that comes to mind for all the nine hundred ninety seven seven first person shooter Video Game Goldeneye okay. We're going to seven and sixty four baby because if he's about to Wax Poetic Woah hold on I it's so funny because I have never seen a single james bond film but but I have played many Goldeneye Goldeneye special in the sense that it had it normalized first person shooters it changed the game literally and so you know it got people well aware of of crappy hit boxes with odd job. If you chose odd job you were a horrible human being and so like everything about golden eye is so fun and they recently did a source remastered for pc so you can grab that if you're the on the PC master race but you know it super it was fun and what kind of sucked was it was so good so nostalgic that our bond game aimed never was able to survive a around that I think there was like was it a diet. It was either die another day or What is the one that came out for? PS Two or ps one nine fire night fire. That's what it Saint James Bond 007 night fire for ps two. I think that's what it was then and it was it was great. I just remember the Golden. I was the first party game. I'd ever really play yeah it. was you know like it was it was a game where somebody had an end sixty-four before you go over and always be like five or six people in that house and for them would be playing golden at any given time and there was and it was it became a social event in a way that video games hadn't been for me in the before and there was always like is in the screen was divided until his four boxes right so four people were playing at once giant screen. There's always one screen where some person could not figure route how to focus on the floor. I just look straight ahead bells. Els next level and you know just talking about Goldeneye. It's crazy to think that insects before launched two of the biggest like multi player Party Games not counting Mario Party but you have smash Rose Golden. It's crazy to know all that came from the insects four totally. I'm curious because as we're going over these the key actors that play James Bond to me Pierce Brosnan was my James Bond because he was who I was first introduced to grew up with until Daniel Craig came into the picture. Who Do you consider your James Bond Good. The first bond movie I ever saw was never say never again so sean connery as my button I think I've seen more Roger Moore James Bond movies. MTV anybody else and that was more contemporary for me like I was a kid of the eighties and he was late seventies into like eighty five eighty six. I think but it's kind of always going to be Sean connery for me and even like never say never again is when he's the old Abban. He's willing to pay. Bond is just and it's a remake of another bond movie because they're like. MGM Has the lock on James Bond Movies and they have for since at the very beginning but there were some weird dispute with screenwriter of Thunder Ball and he claimed some rights to it and so that's the one movie that if any other company he wants to make they can remake thunderball and so it was thunderball in the never say never again which is just a remake of thunderball again and so I I remember that that was a summer and I was a bad boy at school and it was just coming out on HBO. I had forged my report card uh-huh forgery that junior high school. You're really really good at all right so we're GONNA. I'm GonNa make these fs as because nobody will notice that and these these are going to be bees that totally works six and and I had told my parents like at length that I really wanted to see this movie movie and then when they caught me in my master forgery they were like you can't do anything in for summer so you know Caribbean parents. That's how that goes. Oh yeah so so from June through September I was like locked in my room but then like Wentz winced once I got paroled dad had videotaped never say never again for me whole present for me as I completed my my rounds in in the big house house and I remember watching that movie and loving it to death even though it's not great yeah but it didn't matter yeah this was this was the price that was your freedom. This is my freedom for like I'm give it's funny. talking about like your James Bond's and stuff like that because you know Danny you say Daniel Craig was yours but when Myers broads favorite bond movie casino because the Internet was not unhappy with Daniel Craig during productions. They had a website called Daniel Craig is not bond dot com to express their satisfaction just in case you you think the release the Snyder cut crew is a new thing we been wild nerds have been awhile in on the Internet for the history was very three. Yes that was a huge thing blonde. These weird big years yeah because he didn't have the same debonair. You know his good What am I trying to like small laying right before him pierce had like but it's also funny because you're going based off of just a portrayal of a book look at least in Comic Books. It's like I seeing something but in a book it's like like when it was a big thing with rubing black you know and lots the times it's real funny to see how like just accurately described black features in books always seem to be just skipped over by a white people people when they read it where it's like. Oh curly. Oh must be ginger. You Know Yeah Yeah. It's always like wild to see like you know just the way. People are just conditioned to whitewash but it's even crazier when it's like you know just a white dude on paper could be a white dude on screen but just we've grown so accustomed that they were so mad in the now you know people are like mad that he's not gonna be it and it's funny because that reminds me of because people are we're so quick to forget on the Internet because now Heath Ledger is everyone's favourite joker but when you boy was announced people were mad. you know little not as much as him because now they've kind of learned a little. Robert Pattinson people have fought aww man well anyway. It's funny because like it just got a went to show you people who don't watch movies outside of Comic Book Movies when they're like. He's not a good actor was a goal. You haven't seen anything besides twilight gives off. Hello Bruce Wayne Vibes totally have to take a really quick break. We're going to hop back into the future of James. Bond right after this. Hey what's up nerd fan. We got a new podcast that we want to check out. Yes ear wolf has a new podcast. Get Rich quick schemes called get rich nick hosts Nick Turner and Nick Batum Rock. Try everything under the sun to make money now fast today including including horse racing lemonade stands donating plasma trivia nights tasks rabbit et Cetera. The list goes on yeah. Some of them work most of them. Don't this reminds me. I don't know if you've seen a spooky but one of the characters gets involved in Erbil light like invest one hundred fifty thousand dollars and they have to turn that around and it's wild. I can't wait to see what the to Knicks do yeah and also interview fellow Comedians and specialists like Henry's brow ski from the last podcast on the left Matt Kirsch from probably science and JC Coakley from fashionably late yet subscribed to get rich nick now in your podcast APP aw and we're back. I just wanted to show you this picture so this is what James Bond looks like to Ian Fleming. Not It's not really far off in my opinion from some of the like Sean connery also it looks like Alfred the Butler yeah. He also looks like that weird guy from the first Charlie of angels Israel's movie you remember the one who was smelling drew Crispin Glover Chris could how could I just be Ojemaye. Oh Jimmy Fly yes. This is interesting. This is like the interpretation of what an Yeah Ian Fleming's James Bond not quite in my opinion so what we're looking at will we'll we'll tweet this out but not quite He looks more like a librarian but that's what it is. It was an ordinary man should chimney sweep yeah yeah so now. It's the fun to talk about the future of James Bond and I am the end. There's lots of fun things that we talked about in the past that you've kind of educated me on on and that begs so many fun questions. I often foremost you know the big news that has come out from the new James. Bond movie is that there's a let me get this correctly..

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"james bond" Discussed on Nerdificent

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12:14 min | 3 years ago

"james bond" Discussed on Nerdificent

"And we're back the one quote that I wanted to say. It's exactly what you said about him. Being a blunt instrument this is from Ian Fleming in the New Yorker from nineteen sixty two he said when I wrote the first one in nineteen fifty three I wanted bond to be an extremely Dole uninteresting man to whom things happen. I wanted him to be a blunt instrument. When I was casting around for a name for my protagonists I thought by God James Bond is the name I've ever heard funny because now when you hear Bond James Bond it's like a man of mystery and he's sexy debonair and it's just like oh. No this like Dole office workers like he I think he he he was in his Jamaica estate which is also named. Goldeneye because of course it is home and he had a wall full of books. One of them was a book on birds like bird watching and stuff written by a guy named James Bond. Oh God if that's not the most boring person and the most boring maths or boring do this ever been. Here's my spy well it transform warm so much it's so interesting that it was like oh just this man that things happen to happen to him to him being this force of nature essentially Iraqi and these a wrecking ball in my opinion very much so and and like those movies and even the stories there's the version of those that are very reactionary right 'cause like James Bond is kind of like this is global cop who like. I'M GONNA go right or wrong but the wrong has to happen before. He gets called off his game so it's very much like we said it's like here's your mission. James Go do the thing and then he goes and does the thing but it would take a while before the movies began to make him proactive before they gave him missions and drives and revenge and and all that stuff that actually makes for here that you want to be tuning into over and over again as opposed to just guy waiting for like a case file to fall on his desk foam Laura guys I gotta go get that bad guy again. Jimmy Bosch Jimmy who real failed. I'm GonNa get you. I'm GonNa get you explain. The double below seven the license to kill. That's the double o part ray double. Oh there's a whole section like there's the the special investigative service the SIS which is also like five five or am I six which are just like spies who do spy stuff in the UK but of that section and fictionally. I'm assuming there's the double-o section section and I think the double o counts for each kill that you have to make to get into that section and there's only nine of those agents there's no double ten but it's just double a one two double o nine and they're the nine the people who can kind of travel the world with impunity and just kill people which seems like an odd thing to give a person like what's the test for or that my driver's license parallel park. I gotTA do three point. Turn like what's your double o licence test and in the movies that you've got to kill two people well. Oh Okay so the gang initiation killed two people and then you get to be inducted into the two people that like Amer whatever is assigned you to kill Casino Royale. I think the good one opens with that with him. You know sort of like stalking some dude in his office building and needed. There's all conversations like well. You know you can't be you haven't had your two kills yet and he talks about like the first one and then he flash back then beat up that guy in the men's room and then Kazak well. What about your second. You'll find your second to be like a lot easier and then he shoots him in the head and a considerably and so now he's officially where we booting James Bond and he just got into the service listen. He's doing his thing. Is that the first of the Daniel Craig Julianne Okay Yeah. That's how they sort of reset. It go back to the beginning like day one on the job. This is what James Kazaa does that work with the rest of the UN like. I was at work with American like we're just all okay like oh no. He's allowed to kill so far no Cuckoo Cuckoo cuckoo you guys I know but I showed wrong question like how does that but what about America care. I don't Americans care about killing areas and they must have some kind of like back channel. I don't like listen if he did it. He had to do it for good reason and it's you know foreign intelligence world allies and that's cool and if he goes bad people are bad people and that's fine you still killing the good people yeah please. That'd be great one other thing before we hop over talking about his character so in Fleming stories and in the films James Bond is in his mid to late thirties but doesn't age. I think that's really cool. It is Kinda cool. I mean it's if we can live for what is enough thirty three years where like like. Bart Simpson is still in Fifth Grade Yeah Daniel Craig. He seemed like he was in his forties like some of them have have at least I would say for like energy. They have like that. What am I trying to say. The old man strength they have that like season you know win. Steve Carell came out this year and he had ed gray hairs coming in everyone's like Whoa. They looked at them differently. That's what I mean about them. Yeah I mean I like the bonds usually when they begin the set of young young and vibrant and like Oh look at thank guy he's awesome and then over time like Sean Connery did seven of them by the last one like the two pays not hold on that title or you're the there's a big cumberland on his Tuxedos to cover up that midsection which tight as it was when he was like third place for Mister Universe I mean age age is always a problem with things like this. You know saying like Batman like you can't have and maybe not so true you got. Michael Keaton planned Batman and he was always like forty two years old leaving wasn't but like you need somebody who looks like they can get the job done right. You need somebody who looks like Oh. No I buy this. James Bond can actually like punch hunch everybody in the face and can actually take on dudes steel jaws and like you know crazy in Japanese sumo wrestler dudes and when he stops looking like that they start to get silly and somebody Roger Moore movies or like him and leisure suits traveling the world like beating up on other old dudes and what this isn't what I signed up for. That'd the FBI the Christopher Lee look to senior citizen just slapping each other in the face a lot like that's not worth my eight dollars. Yeah all of this conversation are leading me into all these like fun ideas and questions that I wanNA save towards the in. They're all about cool things that we think could have fair fair enough for me anyway. I was always a comic book reader and a and the second part about comic books or the bad guys and the various version into the bag. Is this person like Batmans rose gallery in specimens rose gallery and look at the the various ways. These characters can reflect upon your hero and the James Bond rose. Those Gallery says Daffy that guy loves gold okay sure what about that guy he was going to the moon was octopussy one unclear it clear. She has eight cats. I don't know what happened at all. Favorite my favorite my favorite bond villain is in the bond movie with the worst James Bond the worst the worst bond movie is Her Majesty Secret Service which is when John Connor decided. I don't WanNa do this anymore. Screw you guys. I'm going home and they brought in George. Lazenby was like an Australian model who could not act at all but the bad guy was telly savalas and telly Savalas was living like his his blofeld was like mountaintop in top chalet and turtlenecks and the bald head and he was frigging Kojak Bad guy and as a movie. It's great as a bond. He's awful but that's the movie in which you know James Bond falls in love like for real love and gets married by the time that movies eat Mary's Diana Rigg at the end of that movie and then like Blofeld kills her and it's super tragic and that should motivated guy to do a bunch of stuff fridge handle. It is a ton of frigid but like it was the rare bond movie that gave him actual like forward motion right. We're moving the character along with changing. This guy who otherwise feels like a sitcom character and then they kind of reverse it all in the next movie as he's back to being that guy again it's all goods findings gave us a taste yeah yeah yeah you know and every now and again they will it will sort of like nudge back into their world letting sky fallen kind of try to drag some of that past stuff forward yeah and like no Jim sponsor it's a real guy and he's had decades of history and here's here's the the Aston Martin from Goldfinger in his garage and here's we're going to his home and seeing his parents graves and we're we're pretending like this is all real and all of this tonnage would land in a guy in a real way speaking of Sean Connery so he was the first actor to portray portray bond in a film. It was doctored no nineteen sixty two. I've never seen that one. You recommend think it's it's. It's a thing because like there's there's a lot of you will recognize a lot of elements from that movie because they've been so many other. There's the Henchman Guy Guy and here's the little theme song and here's you know the girl with the awesome. Bikini rises out of the water because we knew that stuff like so much of how we began to understand certain action film kind of began in that movie especially espionage movies it's super dated and it sue bird problematic and you know in the kinds of ways that things are when you look back at a fifty year old movie with something resembling perspective you like. Oh Wow you've never met a black person. have any of you. You know like Pidgin English stuff like I'm the Bod. Let me get you the boat who F- yeah now let's cool but James Bond drinks red stripe in that and so like that I like. That was my like red stripe phase. That's bonds barely yeah junk bonds beer. Oh Yeah I had a huge red stripe phase for some reason everyone I knew was real enrich triton. I was like all right this is this is the road we're going down. Moving off of. Sean connery is that he was an amateur your body builder. Yeah Yeah when he said Mr Universe I went to look it up. Because that's effect. I did not and yeah. He was swelled up. I mean but also like swelled for for like nineteen. Oh yeah four which is not very. It's so funny because there is like in bodybuilding they have this other. category now called halt classic bodybuilder so it's like so you don't have to be a Chi- green super human built. You can be that kind of classic still. We'll normal muscles. Not as Roy did out look and I was like someone's someone's like you should do. bodybuilders like one now I'm not. I'm not trying to look like that. They're like no you should try the classic lane and that's when I found out about Peleg they they went all the way to like Crystal Pepsi for you know got throttle back. He's classic actual muscle musculature and can fit into a suit off the rack. Maybe yeah art so usually a Lotta Times. The villains the title character right you have octopussy the doctor no Goldfinger Goldfinger. Yeah it got to a point right like the man with the golden gun eventually started making up names like words that sounded good together little die another day tomorrow yea tomorrow never dies. Oh okay yeah alright license to kill no. She said his wallet these things like stopped. Abby crazy awesome resonance resonance but but they were always somewhat cartoonish again outlandish kind of way. It's like well this thing really likes gold and everything has made a gold and the nets untenable but sure so that's what gold member was making fun of very much so Mega Austin powers always living in this world and kind of like this James James Bond the saint kind of like..

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"james bond" Discussed on Nerdificent

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11:28 min | 3 years ago

"james bond" Discussed on Nerdificent

"CMG are in VR is a fictional character created by the British journalist and novelist Ian Fleming in nineteen fifty three so I guess I was not aware that he was first in novels before the film's. Yeah yeah he was he he wrote like in Fleming Rhode like two or three books that he wrote Casino Royal and like on Her Majesty's Secret Service and Dr Dr No in some version of that order and and they were kind of like they didn't go anywhere like there's GonNa hit the marketplace and they died and then it it became like I think it was John F. Kennedy interview with Playboy magazine back in the day and John Kennedy was like my favorite books are James His bond books and suddenly became oh well if president screws a lot really likes the books then there must be something going on yeah and then suddenly they became bestsellers. Are you telling me that John F. Kennedy was the first influence her I think so I think tagged up posts read any of the original novel. I read like five or six of them. They're shorter than the movies. They are like crazy misogynist. I mean like that's that is that is they're very much a product of their time in that like James Bond loved Jamaica because Ian Fleming Love Jamaica like you would like he would summer. Are there or winter there or whenever you can go there and so like reading Goldfinger which is all set in Jamaica. You're like oh like it's Kinda Yeah Yeah. I mean like sure we'll go to the Bahamas and that's going to be different but no. It's just like it becomes. He's got like a black lack buddy. WHO's not really a buddy. He's more like a waiter. Slash chauffeur's slash valet and yeah and every woman is kind of disposable you know and it's it is bringing that to the modern era is a challenge. I think is the and you see these James Bond movies as you go you go back and look at the Sean Connery's and they still retain that vestige the jove of old school feelings about masculinity and femininity Daniel Craig and it's like listen. You'RE GONNA have sex with the lady but it's not GonNa be as unfortunate as it had been brass. Yeah it seems like as it moved forward in time it went from the bond girls to the bond girl right. I mean there. There would still be the like does he have to sleep with like three women yes like and there's always like the bond girl who dies early fate his adventure. I'm really motivated. Now that woman now that I can't even remember who she was. She's dead and now revenge must happen and then there's like the good blunt bond girl who managed to survive the adventure so that she can miss the James Bond before the closing credits. That's the way that goes which is not enlightened lightened just a couple of things about Ian Fleming who created him so he was a naval intelligence officer and while working for Britain's naval intelligence elegance division during the Second World War Fleming was involved in planning operation golden eye as we can see where that came from also didn't know at the first bond novel was Casino Royale and that is actually my favorite bond fell really. Have you seen both versions of Casino Royale. Oh I didn't see the original aw Yeah No. The original is weird because it was Daniel Craig. Yeah there is like there's James Bond is played by David. I you think and then there's Jimmy Bond guy played by Woody Allen. Oh Boy Yeah No. This was the whole thing I thought this was going to be when you said Jimmy Bond I thought it was. I thought this was like a man and aqua. Lads is my boss. Jimmy go get him. It's not good okay so casino. Royale dropped the the novel dropped April one thousand nine hundred eighty three so that was the first one that was the first James Bond novel Paul Fleming Ended Up Writing Twelve novels in two short story collections his final to being the man with the golden gun that came out in nineteen sixty. Five and octopussy still wild name. I'd still still wild and the living daylights that came out in nineteen sixty six the he used I used to I think they might still do they would always have premieres of those movies in London. Royal Albert Hall and was always a thing where like the Queen and the prince would come to the screenings screenings because it was a whole like it's it's the biggest character that that ever came out of Britain. Maybe Harry Potter might now be like number two. They might be fighting for number one at some point but it was a national event when a bond movie would come out and so the in Goldfinger they there's a character in Goldfinger named Pussy Galore and so and they were concerned about whether or not they would like. Can we put this movie out with this cartoon. Pussy Galore and then when the Queen saw the movie and then went to like the Broccoli's who produce these movies is good character Pussy Galore. We got the queen to say Pussy Galore and like Octopussy is a name that the queen to say and I remember reading some interview with Daniel Craig being somewhat concerned that the queen who would still go see bond movies by the time you got to casino sooner. Hell is going to watch him. Get bashed in the nuts over and over the queen's watchmen bollocks besmirched in. I remember that scene so I left to the left speaking of James Bond. Can you talk a little bit about his him. His character I mean James Bond is he is a well also that name sorry because that's not his name right John Well. It kind of it kind of is there's there's two theories. The theory is that like every every actor who comes in and plays James Bond is playing the same guy right like is sean connery and minutes. It's George Lazenby and then it's Roger Moore and then it's here's President Pierce Brosnan and then there was Timothy to be Dalton in there for a second. There's just playing the same character as it goes or are. There is the idea of the James Bond codename James Bond is that goes with a double o seven identity like there's there's nine agents have the licensed to kill of which 007 double o seven. James Bond is one of them every time James Bond dies. Somebody else takes that identity and then moves on and does the things we dr who in that way but James Bond is he was an orphan he was raised sort of you know in in in some things feeling luxury but not quite he he joined during the military young age because that's kind of what at least in this world orphan's do rose up the ranks and then was sort of a blunt instrument like he he was never like the spy spy ever. He was never like like I'm gonNA weather's awesome suit and infiltrate zelma shoot a bunch of people maybe punch him in the face a lot recruited into the into the special service which is the double-o section section which there's one guy named 'em who kind of calls all the missions and there's a guy in Cuba whose quartermaster and gives them all of his weapons and doodads and whatever and there was the the executive decorative assistant who is always called Secretary Miss Moneypenny who would always be his sort of like in-house flirtation lady and then he would always he would start on a mission that was kind of not really connected to anything he would go and talk to 'em he get his big mission and then Goff into the world and like Globe Trot- which is a big part of what made those movies especially work because nobody got to travel the sixties and seventies like who's got money to Istanbul or Duchamp Bay or Tokyo were Cairo or or skiing in the Alps and so those movies were vicarious. He is thrilled for people like I've never seen that place. What's Venice like James Bond went events and now I kind of know and so people would go to see those movies like vacation in a weird crazy way. I mean I feel that way now with the with the with millennials now you can travel. We'll know I feel like that is like like the kind of Lake. The core of a lot of art is like you know we often talk about. You know the escapism of it but also just living vicariously league I remember when when I was a when I was a team the there was a game that was called a true crime streets of La and they had all the different La streets treats and I didn't have my driver's license yet so I would like drive around the streets like not solving crimes and all this stuff but just to Magin what it'll be like when I have my driver's driver's license driving around. La Solving cry I saw that more crimes irl than in the but yeah so so there's that that kind of beauty of art of just like seeing these beautiful places an and experiencing them even though you can't physically experience them yeah yeah and the the bond novels especially in the movies sort of after the fashion were aspirational. I think to like a generation of men for good in for ill the good of it is James. Bond really liked dressed well and he lived well liked good food and like it's a weird like Somalia's guide to wine and stuff flick. Those books are all like he's super refined super feet super like you know well. You wouldn't have the fifty four Rothschild before a stake my God what kind of barbarian all you dude like. You're a killer but but and that's that's sort of how it helped. Titans playboy playboy was also very much like here's here's the guy that you kind of WanNa. Be Like you say you should dress. Here's the party should go to. Here's The music you should listen to. Here's the books you should read. here's the women you should want to consort with. If James Bond fit right into their like he he was the the guy you want it to be. that changes over time you know and especially the as is the more diverse a audience gets the less they might want to just be that guy you know. James Bond May or may not eventually actually change with those times because there is no good reason why James Bond if it's going to be played by a bunch of different actors yeah could also be played by a person of color yeah and now that's a that's been the interesting conversation and and we'll I'll I'll save that one because there's stuff about the new one that I definitely want to dig into and you yeah yeah and I definitely want your thoughts on but when we come back we're GonNa talk about you know the Double-o call sign kind of what that means and get all into at that meeting stuff. See you in a bit. Hey Danny. We're pretty busy aren't we. We are two of the busiest people that I know if you it was something that has helped as I started using zap year which kind of automates all my different APPS that I use for my different stuff whether it'd be the emails. The podcast has stuff. They even have a connection for twitch things to which is Pearl Yeah There's one zap that I have where if I get a email with an attachment it automatically adds it to my google drive which is perfect because now I don't have to just go back and search every time I need to find the show doc. It's just waiting for me in Google so it connects. It's all of your business software into one place..

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"james bond" Discussed on Nerdificent

Nerdificent

15:05 min | 3 years ago

"james bond" Discussed on Nerdificent

"Hi I'm Nick Nick Turner and we are the House of get rich nick but this podcast we are out there in the world trying every get rich quick scheme to tell you guys which which ones actually work and which ones are worth attack like donating plasma online poker task. Grab it writing e books. We're walking dogs on rover. Where a high jacking a truck going southbound in Tijuana. No one's going anywhere until we get what we want. Get Rich. Nick is out now listening stitcher apple podcasts or wherever you get your your podcasts hello everybody and welcome to episode of narratives. Isn't your host if you want me as always heels Standing Fernandez How's it going. It's going good. How's your week going. You know I'm so excited that I don't know when we decided collectively as a people that September was tober season yeah yeah it really likes. Halloween is getting the Christmas treatment and they're just bumping it because I was going through the store yesterday and they only it was like Halloween those like what and it was all decked out with Halloween decorations and I was like all right hang out with her. Danny no yeah no she's really early into hangs and seeing Halloween stuff and it's way cooler now. She can vocalise the things that she needs so it's it's. It's easier here to be cannot wait to take her to her. First Real haunted house. I know she's like she's like definitely got the IFFY scaredy cat because like there was a little little like plushed a witch thing that you could put on your porch and it's just like still being and I was like. Oh you want to see it pulled it down and she was in the shopping cart and she liked jerked worked backwards like what is this no poked it in the stomach and then she was like okay. I mean that's good though because kids can be really terrifying when when it comes to scary things one of my friends was telling me that his nephew would just be like the man is back point to nothing this is this is why I I will live vicariously through easily see ghost like you. I remember when she was little she was like she was looking being in a corner where there was nothing and smiling and I was like Oh there's there's ancestors something segue segue in the worst way possible breaking review on what would it be like. You have kids so you I was yeah I was going to say you to at the table have kids and I do not that other voice is screenwriter and and a good friend of ours Marc Bernardin. Hey you know who I blamed for Halloween. Moving up starbucks trail. It's Pumpkin spice. Oh Yeah and like they've been marching that up to the August. You Know Y'all got a snow down. You're a spooky head. You're a horror person. Let's okay okay. There's there's a dividing line between me and horror which ends at like the ring like before that like I was totally down for like. Give me all evil dead. Give me the number now. She's giving the Halloween's. Give me all of that stuff and then the ring happen and I was like not having it and then after that I turned into like the biggest worse you've ever seen in the world to the point. We're like I won't go see a movie. In theaters. I wear to a birthday party at the at the Alamo draft house over the weekend and been having clowns only screenings and aw I found myself an elevator with a dozen clowns and like have never been more concerned for my well being that's so cool though because the AMC that I went to to see it said no face paints you grinches don't even try this. It's so funny because that's the same I'm the same way won't see a scary movie but now I do who shot ya which is a movie podcast and the and now it's time for the second scary movie because I had to see scary stories and now I have to go see it which I'm probably going to see tomorrow morning. that's the way going the day save stand outside and through the door got as Clinton I I watched the whole movie with like squinted squinted through like tiny is no just I'm a I'm a no major level. Worse comes to that real. I remember you told me I forgot Oh. You said that you're like going to some haunted experience that you have to do and I was. I literally texted you back just like if he real life is much scarier than so. You're already prepped I. I know it's being like Brown. In America. Everything is scary. I don't need to like jollies out of going to the whole all the news. You want to watch a ROM COM lease mark. We've been starting our podcast with what we're geeking out about this week. So what are you geeking what about of two things that are making about the first one is the terror colon infant new yeah on on AMC which I didn't see the first season of terror but as I understand it was a bunch of like British dudes on a ship in the middle of nowhere like locked in by ice and then there's a monster whatever this one is about like Japanese interment interment camps just after like you know World War Two kicks out just after Pearl Harbor and it's all about like there's a ghost haunting these particular people in this particular time in this particular place it is so culturally specific to what it was like to be a Japanese American when suddenly the country turned against issue and the specific specifically Japanese thing that's haunting them yeah you know and so it's so like just rich and vibrant with texture and and lived in feeling of this is what is haunting people who now can't escape from where they want to be. It's it's phenomenal. It's so good. The other living is this reality show on net flix called hyper drive. Have you guys seen this now have seen the ad it is like like American Ninja Warrior except it's with cars and also these people own these cars okay so it's like so it's it's a bunch of like you know you're. GonNa Drift around the track and you got to like drive up into a jump-off jump-off this clip giant cliff. That's a balancing beam and then you gotta go hit these cones. Whatever every other ron is somebody destroying their own forty thousand AH brothers Lamborghini into this crash and so it's both like the joy of watching really good drivers very good on the road as fast and furious and watching like super entitled people wrap their like like prestige elite motorcars around telephone poles that has to be such a liability though totally who Lee is I would terrify me every episode. Someone might die. Look like Di. Di Sure you're just is going to kind of ruin their life. I mean it's like mass car. 'cause like somebody could die. They never do okay but it's just like that. Guy Guy. He deserves it because they all because there's always like that camera interviews like My name is billy. Bob Lobbied Blah Helen. My name is Finn from this country. Whatever and I've got my fancy car going to do this. Thing like the deuce bags are always the ones themselves around trees and it's always like the you know the the young drift from Japan. Who's got his his dad's Dotson that he's tuned up. It's like man. I'm GonNa win this thing and he wins this thing. Yes I'm here. I'm here for both of those shows. I'm very different reason locking into that. We'll see what I'm learning out about is I've talked about Junji. Ito before Horror Manga writer artists and they're actually adapting one of his books into an anime for adult swim which you know normally. I just said how I don't like scary stuff but yeah I think stuff is more creepy stuff except for the supermodel where that one is terrifying but it's also funny and terrifying which you know if if you ever Ge Junji Ito one of his stories. Is this like model that this he's going through this book this guy and he sees this woman goes. Oh she's ugly. How is she a model. This is so creepy and she's like he keeps starts having nightmares of this woman and then he like throws the book the magazine ways like Oh man he's telling their his friends about it. They don't believe him and he he's like man. I can't you know and he's telling friends and he's like fine. The magazine and you can't find the magazines it was like no for real she was horrifying but the filmmakers and so they're like they're looking for actresses for their movie and then the lady sins in her head shot and that's that's that's her. That's the woman and then they're they're like all right. Then we'll just casting is like no don't caster and it's like and so they do caster and it's really awkward and they're driving out to the woods for this shot and like one of them makes a joke and like it's like shade towards her but she doesn't doesn't get it and she laughs when she laughs she opens up her mouth and she has these huge giant teeth and they're like Yo head. You got no one else saw it but the guy he's like. She has giant union calm down. You just need to call in town and they're like no and so like obviously since they like Kassar for a gag. They're not really shooting her. They're focusing on this model that they're real excited about and she's like why haven't you taken a photo for me me and they're like Oh. We're going to get to you. We're just focusing on her and then they're like in time passes and they have lunch and they'll go. Where is our lead actress. In a guy runs up covered gordon blogs joe she's eating the lead actress and go to the woods and she has these giant teeth and she's she's like covered in blood and she goes well. I guess you can focus on me now because you know because she's gone and she chases them. Emerges minutes like the one of the very few like Horror Horror Junji Ito stories because normally it's just like more creepy kind of twilight zone asked stories but that was the first house like this is terrifying. Thank funny and fun so I'm excited for that coming to adults call. That's that's an issues yeah. It's also has a whole book dedicated to his cats like he just like totally. Wholesome sounds like a cat person to be honest? I love throwing throwing shade whenever I can as a dog person. The thing I'm geeking out about is a book by Shelby Laura and she if you follow her on instagram you would know her as the account awards words for good boys if you don't you need to she has like three hundred thousand followers I found her. She's so hilarious. The book is awards for Good Boys Tales of dating dating double standards and doom. It's where she sarcastically gives awards to the most basic things that you should do in a relationship like didn't didn't man splaine the first four van Halen vinyls. I just made that up but she's great. She's super funny and like everyone. I feel like in comedy follows lose her and it's awesome so check out her book. I think it just dropped or else. I'm just becoming aware of it but also follow her on instagram. She's hilarious. I mean to be fair. Diver down on is the best really the only reason I like. I'm not you know I didn't grow up in the eighties and so I don't and why are you laughing. That's such a specific. I didn't grow old so listen now. I feel people 'cause I'm going to say they poop on me always know eighteen music from before my generation but it's difficult to have to know the music of my generation generation the music of the generation now the music of past generations when it's just not my thing however a very kind man. I will say he's a very nice person that I dated is obsessed with Van Halen and so I also named mark also name Yeah. Let's just also mark. We'll just name curriculum regular. All of US learn about him. He's so I think one of his comedy albums had a reference to it but also we literally in our apartment had a framed picture picture of Eddie Van Halen and it was one of the things that he loved them so much that it makes you want to learn about them just because he was so you know when someone's so passionate Washington that it like oozes how not like a let me teach you about it way but it's like this thing make gives me so much happiness. I feel that I I tend to go the other way though like my wife is a nut for the grateful dead. I hate the great like with this crazy like burning white hot heat of a thousand suns and she's like you. You just gotta listen to an album and I said no. I don't know every time not even kidding you anytime that jump would come on and he of course listened to everything but anytime that jump would come on he would get excited in the car. I'm like do you have listened to the song for thirty years. How is it still so exciting to you and that is the power of inhalant for this man very kind Nice Man Power of rock. that's the name of Sun Documentary. I can have a day like whatever that days. His main is the worst I've ever had you know what man on Hoffer teacher everything's better data eight and it's making me that truest statement about they also this is hilarious and will end we'll move on but I started doing cryotherapy while we were dating and he wouldn't try it but Eddie van Halen Ghost. My cry cry. Oh plays so all of a sudden that man was in there and I think Eddie was trying to undo the years of drugging was doesn't work because look in in my opinion looks good but today we're talking about another man another old white man. It looks pretty good for his age. All Things considered yes today. We're talking about the man the mystery James Bond seems more so you know we're going to do the nitty gritty that I always start with. This is the first time the nitty gritty is very chunky like usually usually the nitty gritty we just take the kind of synopsis of the subject kind of launch us into the discussion but James Bond is hoof Salaam greedy and yeah yeah yeah so feel free to jump in commander James Bomb..

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"james bond" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"james bond" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Be performing August sixteenth and seventeen this from a James Bond film our guests she's coming up that will be she Houston can see I mean the I love always and when.

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"james bond" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:59 min | 3 years ago

"james bond" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"James Bond James Bond bond James Bond bond James bone James Bond yeah those are all the bonds we have a new bond apparently a new one Liz Liz Shonda Lynch now she's in that Captain America and idea to be honest with you it's stupid he jumped the shark right nothing she can act not that I don't wish you the best but at some point in time is that there is like is this going to be I thought he just elbow was going to be it right so I'm like that's a good bond I got a problem with that right I had zero problems that but for whatever reason then this woke world I'm a throw it out there it's this woke world of of let's just do this and this will be awesome right I don't watch any of these movies but is she going to be James Bond or is she going to be double oh seven and why don't you write something for a woman or a woman of color or whatever it is that you want to write for to make it this way we just had a movie that just came out called Anna like a month ago right we had sold we've had peppermint we've had all of these you know these things that have come out atomic blonde it's the is this what we have to do I mean come on does anybody else find is absolutely ridiculous well Chad used our stake you're not woke me not woke no I live in a world of reality insanity with the rest of the day eighty five percent of the globe who's looking at gone I'm I'm who is this for right like four is now going to be a woman I mean at some point in time it's like come on so enjoy it again I don't see any the James Bond movies because I find them to be just the exact same movie over and over again but if this is what they're going for now I have a feeling you know some and how many people go see it just because I feel like we'll have to go see because I think there's so many people out there that or they feel they have to participate in ical correctness and woke this because they feel like it's the right thing to do whether or not they believe it last week we talked a bit about the fact that like doctors right now said if being fats not the problem the stigma fat is the problem and doctors are like that the stepping up and saying now you know we're afraid to tell our patients anymore kind of you know to given that kind of advice they really need because we don't want to hurt their feelings just like kids your your usual professors are saying I'm afraid of my students and I don't want to really tell them the truth or argue with them because they can they can hurt my reputation have me fired good god is this pandering ridiculousness like I often wonder about when it comes to immigration right how many of these people that are out there who are or or just you know quote unquote Volk you know they're out there they're advocates are doing all these things in here these people and they feel like they've got a real pull on these people and how do you believe the crap that there say how do you buy into it I don't I don't buy into it at all even if I think they believe it which by the way I am here to tell you how to use a good majority of them don't believe they're just saying the things that they think they have to say to get you to like them that's a lot of what's going on they're saying the things that they feel like one my I better say this because otherwise I'm a look like a jerk it's stupid the people I you know I mean if you're here legally or illegally and you hear people talk about these things do you really buy into what they're saying what do you say you just say that make me feel good you're just saying that because you want me to like you you're not saying that because you believe it yourself but it's just a lot of that all over the place right a lot of it from companies to everybody that they they do things because they want people to like them and feel like they're doing the right thing even if they don't buy it themselves not three to three five three twenty four twenty three acts have been to chose your Twitter you tweet at us.

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"james bond" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

#WhoWouldWin

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"james bond" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

"But JAMES BOND is some would claim JAMES BOND is a title, it's not necessarily a specific person. So the fact that he's been portrayed by so many different people might reveal that he has been killed five or six times. That's true. That's true. That's true. Being a Highlander JAMES BOND kind of thing. Right. Okay. Cool. Well, this was a very interesting battle very well debated on behalf of Ray Ray. This is your first official who would win victory, man. Has it feel it feels like there should be so many more? I feel like I may have even won four or five battles in the time. It took us to do this one. I'm on a winning streak right now is what I'm trying to say. I'm on a winning streak that I don't think we'll ever be snapped. We're looking at Harlem Globetrotters, like level of success in my future. I see so much common going with you. And I have a lot in common with the Harlem Globetrotters, such as we've seen the world were men of culture and grace, and we always win. Did you did you win the very first battle of who would win that you in the hearts and minds of America. Absolutely. Very cool. Okay. So Cedric day cue for a Andrea on the show. Great job is always a mere I agreed with nothing that you said today. But no seriously great job. Again. We have you been part of the team. Oh, well done overall. So Cedric tell people where they can find you at Twitter at Cedric Sutton, also said dot com, very cool. And Ray where can people find you can find me on Twitter at all mighty Ray? And that's where you can hear my musings on life liberty pursuit of happiness. Football many different things, I'm very well rounded person, James Gazzi additional.

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