17 Burst results for "James Wong"

"james wong" Discussed on The Really Awful Movies Podcast

The Really Awful Movies Podcast

07:47 min | 5 months ago

"james wong" Discussed on The Really Awful Movies Podcast

"Very sound stage. You look to it and it. I mean there are aspects that clearly you know words Paris. They did best I think. Part of it was filmed in Canada. So they're doing this on a budget but the effects I mean we're pretty pretty dynamite. Right Yup for sure. Yeah I don't know couple of these people I mean. Ali Larter as clear rivers. She's been in some horror films as well and Devon saw water. Know what really happened to the guy is. He has personal problems actually okay. 'cause he was apparently quite a he's Vancouver. It's he was quite a teen heartthrob at the time and it was in like. I Dunno casper these kind of goofy movies but I don't know he seemed to disappear off the face of the earth for like a decade and a half. I think I'm calling Casper. Goofy a major Khaskhanov kidding. I've never seen it. Yeah and also the Ali Larter like she was in some other things like she was in house on Haunted Hill Hill. Okay and getting back to Dawson's Creek. Blues via is a famous girl in the whipped cream bikini which not. I don't know but here like she's just had she was she was the I. Guess One Who. You knew what survive. Because she's quite good with her hands and she's quite a well rounded character. Who's able to fend for herself? So she was quite actually quite dynamited this. So what did you learn? This is something that I noticed in my yours peaked up as soon as I start hearing the names of the characters and this is a conceit that remains from the scream post scream here on everything has to be so self referential and all the characters names all their last names. Some were named other ones. I found out from Ryan D. They all were directors and or actors. Yeah Hitchcock Murnau Browning you have Valerie News Luton and actually called her ballot at one point. Valued directed people right. You Have Browning Tod Browning freaks inspector strack Max Strap knots. Ratu aren't obviously Birkenau. You had dryer called current. Who's Karl Dryer? Recommend peer. You had hitchcock and even character named Cheney so and then the purpose of this was what exactly I don't know just to I guess peyot module but to be a little clever while in the post green era but really. It's not so much of what I learned. But who would have thought you know if you're seeing there in that cinema twenty years ago watching this movie. Who would've thought that a new franchise was being born? Something a not quite as akin to lay announced Friday thirteenth but something that would be so long lasting so popular so so much a part of the pop culture firm amid when it comes to horror the signs. Weren't there at the time. I don't know quite the opposite. Really if you look like James Wong the directors other work and I've I've only heard about it but I you've probably seen the black Christmas remake Well there's two buckets remakes at this point. Okay well the one Wong. Yep I've seen that one by the tone of your voice I'm going to guess it's not particularly outstanding. Not acknowledged standing the least bit. It's pretty yes. Who would have thought I mean? It's just it just became such a part of vernacular in a way that really beggars belief. It did box office of sixty mile an and just beyond what was ahead on. Dvd and God knows. What's even though? I mean like very lukewarm reviews. I mean we're singing. Its praises much more than they did at the time right so I don't know whether it's it's become a little bit more favorable in the eyes of you know with with the passage of time. I'm not sure well I think. I think it's the sequels that really can be attributed to the popularity of this franchise like I said Partout was infinitely bearing the Carbine kills. We're just way more elaborate way more clever the movie. God Gory or Tony Todd played a bigger role etc etc. They just got better. I believe in part you came out. It opened up with Almost what this phone grosses entire Ron. I think it opened up with like fifty million plus at the box office Third and then for the three D. boom was happening so the phone three D. In that like I said before the final film in this in this series really really really good really good. I'm absolutely shocked because I would have thought. Just like anything else. Diminishing Return he returns indeed stayed stayed about the same quality. Some are bearing the than others. But Yeah I guess Bad I mean. It didn't exactly start being the summit of achievement. So you can only really go up from there. Although I'm going to be a little kinder star rating they'll probably give it like a solid three and a quarter and a five because it was you know. P- pretty character driven. I mean curse. Smith is pretty great and as I said like you. Almost were more invested him as the villain for some reason. I just noticed that. I found his machiavellian character. Quite good. Because that's exactly how you would operate right while Devon saw is pretty milquetoast so yeah you could not sit in amasis. Yeah for sure I. I quite liked the you know a common cliche as I quite liked how they handled the via the train. Bearing down on the tracks. I mean God knows how many times that's been done in TV and cinema but it was kind of fun right. Yep Yep hall him out of the Fronta Front seat of the vehicle before thing with bearing down on it at its. It's always good for scare. I know it's cheap but you know when when executed well is not. It's about all I know why why don't have breaks. It just takes too long to stop right so you just. It has to be something really substantial. So I mean if it's a poor chow sheep that they're not going to do it but it's a school bus. They'll try their best right. Just parking it right there just to I mean yeah again. It's it's it brings into the question of your own mortality. And whether you know what you can do to be an actor on your own in your own story actor in that sense in terms of agency in what you would really do. But I think they could have built in a little more of that into the K. Can Add maybe a little more squabbling a little. Maybe instead of one against four five just had maybe teens going at one another or maybe not revealing. The order said to leave a little bit more. You know a little bit more suspense to the narrative. But it's hard to say okay fair enough so you gave it three and a quarter. You said Yeah. I thought it was a pretty fine effort. Upon your recommendation I'm going to plow through the rest of the franchise. The time permitted well. I'm going to get this one. Three stars okay. Same reasons date. I mean it was. It was a good. It was nascent. It was a good start to a franchise and luckily this franchise did not have diminishing returns so. This was one that got better and better as it went along. There may have been some dips and quality along five films. But by the time you get to the last film that one just went out like gangbusters and that's only sakes I don't want to spoil the ending but it was fantastic so three stars for me will hopefully our podcast now. Numbering three hundred plus aren't an issue of diminishing returns and listeners. Continued to enjoy the podcast and we got a lot of interesting stuff coming up this summer provided you know. We're not filled by this plague and We shall talk to you soon. Take Care.

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"james wong" Discussed on On The Ledge

On The Ledge

13:58 min | 1 year ago

"james wong" Discussed on On The Ledge

"What an amazing opportunity. Please do come forward, if you super shy and you don't want to say anything on tape, then you can always just drop me an Email with some words in it, too. Thanks for all the lovely feedback on the p two D'amoto episodes. It's clear that you really love hearing from him, and it was so much fun to do. I've got lots of exciting episodes in the pipeline. But if there's something you'd like me to tackle in the show, then I'd love to hear what that is, as I start planning for the rest of the year. So drop me a line to on the ledge podcast, gmaiLcom and tell me what topics you want to know about. I'm hoping to have an episode on pepperoni is coming up. Also, the long awaited spider plants episode will becoming but if there's any other plaza eat, particularly, like me to cover then do let me know. And I will add it to my list, because many of the episodes that I put out all inspired by listener ideas, because you guys are full of great thoughts. So please share your ideas with me. And you never know you might be hearing that idea brought to life on, on the ledge podcast before you know, it also shout out this week to mine. Listeners in Canada. I realized recently that there's another podcast in Canada called on the ledge, and I think it's politics, one, I was not too confusing for you, having to podcasts could on the ledge the other ones produced by CBC radio. And it's the scribe does a weekly CBC podcast, that makes Cisco and politics personal. I'm not sure what the vent diagram of people who listen to both podcasts called on the ledge is, but I would love to know if that applies to any of you, but I've noticed that not many of you have left a review on apple podcasts or indeed, anywhere else. So come on Canadian listeners, please frontal up and leave a review for on the ledge. I know you're out that all you Canadians. So go on do me a favor and leave me review. The Joseph flower show, what is it? Where is it? What is it about? Well, I guess it's probably one of the world's best known flower shows, partly because it's been around for a very, very long time over a hundred years and takes place in a very prestigious part of London in Chelsea the Chelsea hospital, which is home to lots of retired veterans. And this is really the show that brings together the criminal Krim of British horticulture to celebrate all things plants. The main show gardens outside. Well, there aren't many houseplants on display there. But go into the great Providian and the place is absolutely packed with amazing stands from nurseries from all around the UK, and here is really where the house plant aficionado can get your fix. I'd love to suggest to the RHS that they grouped together all of the indoor plants stands together. So that you can see them on wandering around if your house plot enthusiast, you can see everything together, I will suggest that to them because otherwise, you have to spend the whole time crossing this huge enormous white tent. That is the great pavilion, didn't how big it is. But it's it's flipping enormous. I can tell you looking for the relevant stands that you want to see and there are quite a few that all relevant for us. House plant lovers. I'm an is to speak to three nursery people for this episode. I we're going to start out with a chat with the lovely Andy of Andy's air plants. Now, if you listen closely to one lead you may have heard Andy mentioned before because James Wong and rob stock Vits two of our former guests are both fans and of four plants from him in the past. So it was wonderful to see and these I ever display at Chelsea and boy was gorgeous. Check out my show notes Jane Perron dot com. Some pictures, I wanted to find out for Mandy, why he loves these plants and what it takes to bring a beautiful. Display like this to Chelsea. Hello, my.

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"james wong" Discussed on Your Dream Life with Kristina Karlsson, kikki.K

Your Dream Life with Kristina Karlsson, kikki.K

12:04 min | 1 year ago

"james wong" Discussed on Your Dream Life with Kristina Karlsson, kikki.K

"I mean, what's amazing about how the community has evolved over the past few years. Is that it's actually closer together and that very much? I mean even our chat five four we started. We know the same yoga community from Melbourne, and I go to places in Sweden. You're bored or nearby. And what's nice about it is that I would say that the yoga QVC is built on nice people who want to connect and you feel like you're. You're at home. The moment you step into a yoga anywhere in the world, and any and every city or country that has yoga studios, yoga classes, people kind of connecting around the practice, you will find that it brings the world of yoga together in a way that people feel like they belong to communities and our around, like minded people. There's places in the world that have a stronger communities by population, but it doesn't make them anymore advanced because as we all know that this yoga practice far more than what we do on Amiga, Matt. It's that sense of this practice is something that expands who we are as individuals as humans, and helps us really appreciate all that we have in our lives and all that we have. Yeah. And I think that made up being troubling idea. Love go to yoga studio wherever I am in the world, because it really does make you feel belong to that place. And I never really seen it that way. But it's really good to kind of remind mass on that. At some and often, I'll find it so inspiring to make some many people, the yoga community. So they old everyone is defend. It's not like one yoga yoga's, like whatever they do out side of that Mathis old different than it. That's what makes it so exciting. It's great. I mean literally in the in the last month loan. I mean we've probably clocked, the same amount of air miles. I, I've been in Australia in California. I've been in Amsterdam now back here in London. And while it's completely different cities, different cultures the yoga community is the same and I always say it's kind of all of my students, and all my friends, if you want to get a city start at your local yoga studio when you arrive from there, you'll meet the people that make the city. Yeah. Not that that's way that love Basting defend ten about you now in terms of them, how you spending troubling lachey into all these cities last few months is that teaching yoga or doing talks? Because I know that we did this same event. We say Judy talk where I was doing. Unfortunately missed you. Tell us a little bit about what how you spend your days. Yeah. I mean, I spend most my days now in what I call in the wellness community really advocating for community. I'm always a teacher. I and I've been teaching yoga these practices for the better part of last twelve years, been a part of the community that are less twenty years. And this was by nature of growing up in Los Angeles, where those communities flourished earlier, I'm very lucky to be invited into lots of different communities around the world where it's there to teach or is there to train people to become teachers to give talks around topics of, of yoga or meditation, or lifestyle wellness. And now huge mount with just pre which are communities expanding and showing how there's all these practices have huge relevancy in the real world in every day. And so, my schedule's always going to be different, but the converse. Is going to be very much the same and I really enjoyed the time that split between working with very dedicated students who are learning and people who are really diving deeper into these practices, but also in conversations communities where it's new or it's different or were shaking shaking the tree bit to, to see how we can actually bring people's attention. More into this these practices in the real world and show, how that supports, not just what they do. But you know how their lives maybe can be more supportive, or just ways that they can see how already see things in their lives that are already so mindful, whether it's to news, or dance or sports and curing moments and experiences at bring to bring that to life, aside from that, you know, mixed in with. Writing and working on a few new ideas and projects. It's really about very lucky in that I can live my life and explore all the different ideas, we have about bringing this world closer together, and helping people feel like they belong and did up fli. So I read somewhere that you have said that you always been focusing on someone else's plans visions, and that snippet as exciting species, being erode and that you now intend to chase your own goals to set your own creativity since I am so passionate about prioritizing, your life, you'll goals and dreams and true to believe that if you make time for your own life, you'll end up wasting your time on other people's goals syndromes, and I couldn't agree more with that. What are some of the goals that you focusing on now? And how do you enjoy making these priority in your life? When I was growing up. I was always a part of a system that said go to school. Get a good job be successful in that job. And that is what? Success is. And I think that's probably fairly common for, let's say most western parts of the world and success is driven by your ability to climb a ladder, right? Or work through that, that system. And I was I kind of coming growing up after graduating college. I very much did that I worked at all kinds of things and I worked through corporate ladder system, and it was one of those things, you're always, you know, working on someone else's bigger vision or you're bringing to life someone else's dream or you're working with this system that someone else created, and I remember reading back then or reading, or might have been like a an event or kind of a conversation with someone. But I remember hearing this guy talk, and he was saying, you know, he was he was talking about how he retired early and was successful in the work he did. And it was about the idea that, you You know. know, he believed that retire early wasn't about kind of retiring and doing nothing. Retiring early is the moment you can start working on things. You wanna work on pray in so ineffective? I remember back, then I think I might have been twenty or twenty two at the time and it was kind of, you know, wanna retire early return it when I'm thirty five or whatever it is. And it was I don't wanna stop working by any means. I wanna start I wanna have the freedom to work on the things that I'm passionate about that, that are meaningful to me things that I know I'm capable of. But you know how do you do that? And I was I was lucky in the sense where I work through a kind of a corporate system and had a good job, quote unquote. And all that type of things, but I was never doing the things I wanted to do. I was always working, and then going to teach yoga class, or working, and putting the other project on the side or working and going volunteering at a at a shelter, and all these things that were really more interesting than kind of marketing, someone's brand or helping putting on events, or at least of things and. It was about four or five years ago for me when it was that moment where it was. You know what? It's time to stop working for someone else and actually bring to life things that I'm passionate about an effect. I worked harder, which I'm sure you know, better than else that when you're working on your passions and things that are, are inspiring for you. You were twice, as hard you do all the things that no one else would do, because it's meaningful. And with that you take people on along that journey with you, and you inspire people not only to create, but also to take control of the things that are important for them and activate their inspirations. Since we started, just breathe about two or three years ago. It's very much about taking people on the journey to bring this project to life, not in a way where it's just my vision. But what things inspire them. And then go do that. You know, we work with, you know, everything from charitable projects where, you know, one of the team had an idea about how we actually can bring it to life by putting on an event that raises enough money that allows us to buy five hundred presents for the homeless, but then not just donate the money but then wrap the presence right the cards, go to the shelter, and it was that idea that allowed someone else's vision to go. How can we bring that life through this kind of project medium, and for me? You know, I always say is that, yeah, I can say had hard, I retired early, but because I'm able to work on the things that inspire me. Yeah. And I think that's important. And that's why because I really truly believe that if everyone did what they dream saw. You know, working or you know, sometimes sometimes it's hard to, to get to dream straightaway, but you can start doodle side. Exactly what you did really doing teaching you're on the side before you can awaken up. But I do believe that if you do what you love. And I think that's the only way if you wanna live your dream life and be passionate about it. And when you passionate about it, I, I. But I love it, and everything that I do not wise because something some icepick your role, sometimes, especially in the beginning before you have a team, you have to do some things that is not as fun. But the role if you really do something that you love. I think that he's doing life and a dream. But if it's a Pethick, it's always challenges and you things if you wanna do create your dream, life and do big dreams than, than it's, it's gonna be challenging, but that's kind of exciting. Yeah. Thank you. Can you tell us a bit about your approach to prioritizing, your time because I know that you trouble a lot do that as well. Which makes it challenging love for our listeners to understand how you prioritizing your time. And making sure that you do what is right for you. I by very simple belief that you must be one thing in time. Not everything all at once, and we may can fall into very easy habits and patterns gone about this do that thing to do in that book to write. And that of tap, and in that meeting, and then I gotta get on that plane, and then I gotta go to that class, and I gotta sit down two minutes eight and you have all these kind of, you know, it's like having twenty five tabs open on your browser and you affectively ever do anything when we take time to just do one thing at a time. All you're really doing is allowing your attention focused govement on, on on achieving one thing or finishing one thing. And when you put that presence in even the simplest thing, I'm going to brush my teeth. I'm not going to brush my teeth and checking Email, right? You actually get things on a lot more efficiently. Things actually are better because you don't have to go back and redo them you go. It's now time to sleep or now's actually time to have fun or now's actually time to sit. It down turn my phone off and do some work. You know, I I'm I'm very much advocate of, you know, when it's time to work do you work when it's not time, take time off when because of how much I travel now and how much teach, you know, there is a an easy easy way to fall into the multitude of tasks. And so, by allowing yourself very dedicated time to go. This is my time for this, and everything else, you know, if it's meant to be, it will be if it's more important than this, it will make it self now and, but the reality is most things that we put in the urgent and important category aren't really and so with things that you're passionate about do the things one at a time, and I find that actually, you know, the days are far more enjoyable. That's a court often comes up on this podcast, which is like you can do anything in life, but not everything it's time time. And I, I am very much like that because I think otherwise just if you have. Tim many things that just you do a lot of things. But nothing properly, so..

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"james wong" Discussed on Food for Thought

Food for Thought

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"james wong" Discussed on Food for Thought

"So you can only imagine what competition must be like now for people even in in your kind of industry before said, gymnasts dancers, fitness athletes. They must see of a people online are not just the on the track or in the what you call it in the gym, absolutely. All this stuff online. Also, like, you have the element of I mean for athletes, this the element of like who says you're media is probably bigger who's getting the better kind of brand relationships shoes getting on TV. There's so many different. Oh, gosh. Say on the subject to social media me. I love watching your page. I personally get so much inspiration from it, and one of my favorite things that you have come up with which I think people are taking on bode is wake. And is it meditate before you caffeinate? Yes. I do say meditate before you caffeinate, and I was gonna say hydrate before he caffeine, go. I love. Thank you. The thing is is that every now, and then it's funny because you read some articles that are I'm sure you can comment on this. But there are two articles that say actually, you know, what caffeine and coffee doesn't dehydrate you, and you can take into account the liquid from the coffee that you drink. But for me a lot of people will have their coffees in the morning. Oh, yes. And you've just gone eight eight or nine hours with zero liquid. And so I always just say just highlight was her some wanna see showed with as one of the first things. I'm so glad that you haven't this home because it might clinic. I find a lot of clients just try and have a glass of water when you wake up anything because you cortisol levels already high when you wake. That's the stress hormone that. Makes you more Lutte in the morning. And then what people are doing is just kind of adding another layer of stress the minute. They wake up like the got out of bed. They roll out the go to these president machine if you're lucky enough to have one coffee straight away. So do you actually do this everyday you meditate, and then you start your day? So I will always do those things at some point in my day lately. Just because of the move I have been not meditating as much in the morning. Yes, I'll still meditate on a daily basis, but I've really noticed a difference to my -bility to focus without without having the meditation in there, but I do always hydrate and then Cascina. Good with that one. But in terms of meditation, and it's something that I've got to be hotly honest. I'm still finding it very difficult. You get into a set time aside. Why do you find not so much setting the times because I know that time is difficult. But why do you find meditation? This ask you off me find difficult about meditation. I find that the acceptance of herring of thoughts and actually not blocking them out. So I have to face what's in my head. And that's what I find most difficult shot that with my full. I'm so glad that you said this because actually it's such a huge misconception about meditation. Is that you need to stop thought. Oh, yeah. Yeah. That's what I realized when someone I think it was Michael James Wong as well. Right. He he mentioned this to me. And he said, but we have to learn to be at one of our thoughts because we're so distracted in society today. If I look at my phone or day the day with us by but the minute I take that away. That's how I used to be as a child about photos of your voices in your head. Yes. Yeah. Great. Does that take time for you to get used to? Well, I think it's important for us to get used to it. It's there and the problem is is that if we try to utilize things to distract ourselves. They turn into addiction. Yeah. And I do think that that's where addiction is a more extreme version of distraction of cool. And and depending on what you use to be addicted to to distract yourself with you know, we we focus on the ones that are super destructive alcohol drug because they because they're super destructive to our body. But where do you draw the line really with social media as being an addiction shopping nation to phones now? Absolutely. And why and I think it comes down to distracting ourselves from discomfort..

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"james wong" Discussed on On The Ledge

On The Ledge

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"james wong" Discussed on On The Ledge

"Find better angle tried to find better lives, and again, try again, and it will be better. I also I also applied to myself, and I also always trying to improve my. Cues and he's one final tip from Jackie. And some words of encouragement on your cameras that something cool a white balance button. And this there is preset that you can set it for. I think there's two and cloudy days sunny day punks tonight, florescent light. It might be quite fun. If you experimented with those settings. So you took one of what you normally on auto because the camera does wonderful job. Actually, you know, it's been. But then if you're working inside thing, I'm gonna just set to tungsten and see what it does to the comers. And then then you have you can compare to short. And you know, unlike the tungsten or the auto I quite happy with what the camera does. But then you'll making an informed choice, which is always quite satisfying. But how ever you you to come? It doesn't mess, you know, with whatever program. My new law to one of the most important thing is C I behind it. Your sense of completion. What you want say? Now, the one thing we haven't actually looked at is what camera us clearly as our experts say equipment is only one part of the equation. But it is worth having look at what the options are and conveniently enough. This was a question that my friend. James Wong asked quite recently. Yes, I think James has a suspicion that I'm hot wiring into his brain to get topics for on the ledge. But anyway, he tweeted recently so can anyone recommend reliable easy to use comer than instantly sends images directly.

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"james wong" Discussed on On The Ledge

On The Ledge

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"james wong" Discussed on On The Ledge

"Anyway, let's hear what my travelling companion, Mr James Wong thought the whole place James, it's always hard recording nurseries because they have lots of radio on in the background. I realizing this the more nurseries. I go into but I just wanted to give couple of minutes talking about what we've seen so far in this nursery, which is amazing. There's a lot of Feick is in here. There's Lauda fascinating philodendron 's that we've already seen what what struck you so far there's no sear- on which is. Unusual. What I think is great about. This is just will aid the total size of the pace and be you know, some of the sizes apart. So it's mainly FICO were standing in a greenhouse here with a canopy of FICO streets. Some of which are getting on your on for like twenty years old. And then beneath that kind of to take advantage of the kind of the Mt. Floorspace in this room load, the Philadelphia, you know, there's Kgalema 's each room, that's just thousands and thousands of puns, and that sound you can hear trolleys that are being zipped around all over the place just carrying loads and loads of from all different directions. I really wanna go on those trolleys child as well. Even though they wanna rail are totally crushes. Yeah. Exactly. What's fascinating to me is just despite the the in the UK, we're limited to maybe three four if we're lucky five different types of fighters here, we've seen gosh, we've seen at least ten different tons of fighters. Some which I've never even heard of. What does this mean why why is this in the UK? We're kind of limited as to what's vailable, and I'm sure also in the US to the that's probably the same. I definitely know in in. I dunno. I definitely know in Holland unbelievably innovative and creative on the all about what they call the novelties like the new politicians, and in the UK, those very very rarely make it over you know, when I to buy tropical punch for a lot of the guns. I designed to Chelsea basically five percent of what was made in Holland in terms of the variety was making it over huge volumes but of a tiny hunt full of species, and I wasn't wanted to ask y and they were like British people just conservative and they want to stay Ken, Ken tears. And and I said that copy the only reason they must compete with each other. They must be wanting to buy the things like no they've decided what the market wants. And that's whether providing another choice coming through. And what's happening? Now. We've go. Of what's happening now with this flowering of like, lots of small indie garden centers for house fun, particularly in east London is in those places. They're suddenly being much more open minded, a you. You're starting to see some of the real novelties here. I have seen in London, but you know, one in like a next to a hipster coffee shop in the deepest dock subsidies, London, all the big multiples will stick to the same like what five to ten, and that's it. Let's hope that we can engender some change and see things like that amazing philodendron. So you go that we just saw with the amazing neon. Green gold Lee Ramaz like you come to real punt yesterday. We saw the the Stingray which again, I've only ever seen. I think is north one has I think not to make the leaves like a Stingray. That's an incredible. You know, I think what's driven a lot of the the trend for house funds is the availability. So, you know, ten years ago, I didn't have many house. Even though I've always been obsessed by them. Primarily because I get excited about a your palm. I call it really get excited by yet. Another white the. The palm. You know, I in when the certain size when they're massive trunk and stuff the beautiful when they look like this something that's might as well. Plastic. Let's come up with production line. Then like, it doesn't have that wild natural feel which is what I think we're looking for with Haussmann a piece of nature that's come into your house. If you're getting a regular country pump. You know, there are people that like him, but they're just the so much more in the ice cream shop than vanilla. And they're very well. I can die happy. Now having seen a large specimen..

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"james wong" Discussed on On The Ledge

On The Ledge

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"james wong" Discussed on On The Ledge

"Lots of lovely things that we used to sing now like the Begonia neom kilometer lots of other things on this this offer, and that's becoming very popular. Into this. So he looking up and there's like exotic pitches of rainforests, which is the standard housebound marketing. I think isn't it. They've got the weird or wonderful, which is why whistle. He right now. I'm a mover. Looks a lot like how the Nina a massive. Has released it'd be like blue or. This is a cicis that I've been trying to ages this. Amazon echo. That's nice. Go take lots of photos now. So as you can hear James, and I both got pretty excited about the plants in the Eden collection all link their website in the show notes. I've put in a request to see if the plant hunter Ovid Smith would like to come on the show and talk about what he does. We'll see if we get taken up on that offer, but Eaton collection, certainly looks like a company to be watching out for in your local garden centre going back to the doubles E plant in the wax. There were a lot of Bev roots on display at this show and not always encased in wax. Another company that we came across was life on lava they're selling house plants that are attached to a chunk of lava rock with the beverage kind of tumbling over the sides all place in a dish of water below. So the lava rock being very porous draws up the water to the plant. This was an interesting one I can kind of see. These are very attractive to somebody who wants a house plant looks bit different. Was that with James Wong who absolutely fell in love with these? And in fact has been experimenting with his own versions at home. And of course, he wanted the absolutely massive plant. I don't think they've made many of these just because they're so huge. They're rule. So a lot of plants being water cultured particularly things like clues years and Sansa very is. And doubles e plots lots of them being served up in glass jars with water in the bottoms Egan, see the roots. So that was oversleeping something that lots of grows at latched onto as a new growing trend. And if you remember back to the Chelsea flower show, we already talked about that with Ian Drummond with his IKEA's display their which had a lot of water coach and Savarese on display. I say stumbled across a raw than I streptococcus. I know I know always going on about streptococcus cooed, snow Alina except. To me. It looked believe certainly looked like those of premier Lena couldn't quite work out. What was going on there? It had whites quite delicate flowers with a yellow throat and on a mission to find out more about who's bread this plant and the story behind it. But I haven't done that yet. So hopefully of find out something more bring that to you in a future podcast and a final trend to mention was the fact that the plots of the pastor most definitely coming Bank in there hordes, we already know this and severe is back in, of course, monster, but there were a few of those that for awhile have been living in the doldrums that I'll definitely back in fashion. One of the main ones was policies or the radio plant that the dinner plate radio policies both for Yana on the Mingrelia policies. Fruity Khoza, these streetlight plots of were very very popular at the show. And there was some really teeny tiny ones, which looked like parsley. Cheese, which were Ming Arabia's the fruit to Khoza type..

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"james wong" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"james wong" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"Oh, it is probably about it. That is what he is fighting this fighting alliens of. Just finding Papa your last resort your last resort failed. God you're now you're in hell planet. Yeah. That's where you're going to rule. Hell I don't think of setting up a sequel. I'm going to get off this. Yes. I would fuck and watch five AM scorpion king movies. Why couldn't they get a sequel like just straight to DVD movie of? Yes. Of course. And also like. Chances are another star is going to die at some point. And then there's a third guy. Right. Scifi original series. Yes. One totally. They could do with Highland fucking Stargate for also. Here's what anybody recommend this movie. Yeah. I would recommend it thought of fun. The act gently is a good in this movie as an actor. Yeah. Actually, it's weird. This is supposed to be the rock for a long time. And then he's is that right? He dropped out to do the scorpion. King. Yeah. Maybe smart move vs better with jet Li. Yeah. Because the karate makes the movie. The move. Absolutely really good in this. Yeah. I would recommend it. I'm skipping. Chris. Gavin power rotten, Eric, I got some fucking rat balls. But it does have its problems with the those homophobic lines here in the time. Yeah. The new medals five. Yes. It's fun. It's fun. It adds to the action elements fine. I had a good time watching it would recommend a very light. I think it's a good hangover movie. Actually, maybe I take that back Chris cabin all that new metal when you're fucking head is pounding. I don't know. But it takes you back for me. At least just took me back. What at time of being hung on of of of listening to new metal younger days. He's fucking beasts. I. It is a great time. The times. Never parachute pants like orange zippers or whatever the fucks going on. I never owned a c. Boogie nights. These weird masks and face paint you come in. So offering you one kind of energy Drake at you walk past that guy. He's another guy's offer. You a different kind of energy. I would totally recommend this movie. Yes. The of its time nece hits like the soundtrack is awful. It is awful. Let me repeat awful, but gentlest fucking RAD. Dude. It reminded me that I really do like gently, and I hadn't watched gently movie in a while not counting lethal weapon four. But I guess that was most recently when I watched him in. He's fucking awesome. He's a super talent. And I think it's a good actor in this movie. If you haven't seen the film hero fucking grab soy harks once upon a time in China. Incredible. Also, actually, it does makes good use of gently because like actually like in the actions. Fear. He kind of did half-and-half. Good guys. Bad guys a little bit right and doing both which kind of makes I don't think the rock could've done that. I can't imagine the rock because of bad guy. No bad. He's also got a body for sorts sandals. Why wouldn't you totally? Yeah. I think what makes us movie really watchable. I think I'm repeating Steve from second ago. But like the martial arts. Sequences are good. I don't give shit that. We're aping the matrix time stuff. It's totally fine. I think bulletins fucking cool. I don't care everyone's done it since exactly thirty seven movie was only like two years after the matrix was still rip off fresh. I guess that's probably the problem because I didn't see it, right? After like, I'm seeing now for the first time. Oh, you would never seen. Fulltime? I'm like, oh Jesus Christ again dates it like the new metal. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. Well, that is the one that is I'm glad we did this movie directed by James Wong. If you want

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"james wong" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"james wong" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"This is a head gum podcast. On this week's episode new medal is alive, and well, it's the one I'm Andrew and Stephen stained God, Chris Cole chamber, Eric the one, and we hate movies. Hello everyone. Welcome to we hate movies. Thanks for tuning in. As always like, I said up top. That's right. We are talking about the one from two thousand one directed by. James Wong regard. His name was also James one. That'd be great one one one should've been Chris corn? No what I'm sorry. I really liked this movie. This was a lot of fun. There's problems with it. But I can't believe there wasn't the to the to the sequel run or one the one colon the two. Shit the bed at the box office. I remember seeing this opening weekend. I like. I'd like to then. Thought for free. Okay. Worked at. You I liked it. Then I liked it now, but I think it failed, and you know, a lot of people. I bet were turned off by this soundtrack. It is Putra. Did did anybody have it on compact disc out there? No, not for people in the room. I know that nobody in the room had this. But you know, people out there every time we make fun of new medal. Sometimes it's like, you know, some of us out there. Lilac new metal up to Eric this past ten. Very important. I thought it was fun. Checking in with some of these songs, again, it's been many moons. Let the bodies floor. Behold, what better than expected? Yeah. His body hit the floor drop dead. It was nice hearing that song outside the context of like Fahrenheit nine eleven. Whatever the fuck else. All those bodies did hit the floor. Here's a cartoon about it. We're using the word great. With Papa Roach. Over spoke their new metal up to it including just about when I got to college and realize that wasn't happening. Oh time to change gears making fun of I would I would never dare. But as well, I got there. And I was like, wait indie. You can listen to music. That's not on the radio. No, one told me that no one told me that everybody that's easy. If you like the depth tones, you got that crossover. Because it was a slippery slope, dude. So you're into deaf tones, and it was like, oh, here's this other stuff. It's like not as good as some of these people might be opening for them. And here you go. Now, you're listening to mud vayne. Enjoy that shirt. So this movie for those who've never seen it or maybe don't remember. This is were gently fights himself due to his self from a multi verse dimension being a self serial killer time, it's time cocked from the other side. Yeah. Yeah. Like from the criminal side of the thing. Yeah. Totally and you have Jason Statham and dill ROY Lindo as the trans dimensional cops who are trying to track them down and Carla Gucci. No as the woman. I am the woman of the movie, I am the sole woman. Well, if you have to have one lady in your movie, I mean gooky knows a good way to go is for sure she's awesome. I just watched that Gerald's game. Oh, man. That one's mental pick your pass out. If you watch it, dude, I did not see that common. And I believe we are both referring to the obnoxious final five minutes of that film. Ono? Oh, I know what you're actually movie goes on way to all of a sudden in a courtroom. And I was like, you know, what where the credits because someone please direct me to the nearest and granite isn't. She also in the haunting of hill house. Absolutely. She's great. She's really. So isn't she in righteous kill? Yes. She is. She's great. And that Eric, and I tried to see that. Everyone's great. And what does he play L Pacino's twin woman? Chino, Robert, deniro and the woman. Got my updated an older lady. She's almost Foty. His P con we're going out tonight. Oh, mercy. So yeah, this movie starts with. I can't recall if I'd ever seen this. It was like a scroll. But only highlights of the narration where this dude is telling us about that multiversity is and how it's restricted to travel between its police do what not? But only certain words are popping up on this green..

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"james wong" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

The Weekly Planet

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"james wong" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

"I'm not sure if the specifics there isn't enough, they should be two. Parallel universes are an infinite number of parallel universes. Don't give me a strictly defined smallish actually said thirty two, something like that. Look it up. Only killed that manning. I'll look it up. So I thought he'd be doing it for like a thousand years. Yeah, something maybe it's like two hundred universe. Those people who don't know in the one. Thirty two parallel dimensions. And if you go and murder the yourself. Self, you gain the palace and eventually this to jet lays left, and one of them wants to be the one at which point this this so powerful. They can pick up a motorcycle and hit the other. And that's a good effect. Probably for the talent is one hundred and twenty-five universes changes us too many. Now it's not enough. It's not enough because it suggests that if you if you multiply your personal strength by one hundred and twenty-five rule the universe, he couldn't is still not bulletproof remain your big of a motorbike. That's true. But if if he'd been doing it for tens of thousands of years and there was millions of them. Each year, but I'm saying dimensional Powells or something. I'm signed dimensional pals. He ends up anyway. This isn't a podcast about the two thousand and one jet Lee movie. The one directed by James Wong. Juiced by stave chessmen Glen Morgan house. Newel James wonton gone a lot of Ron, Tom sherack rights, great civil men and happy Walters. It's never, bam. What are we even doing? Thank you, John. Yes, just the right amount of universes. Now I disagree. I think it's because you said thirty two. Twenty. Pretty to also two thousand of one. There was the movie made machine, which is a Ray mate of the football, the Burt Reynolds one from the seventies. Yeah, Vinnie Jones is also in this movies and that one as well. Yeah. When I fly soccer in Football Association, football. That's what it's called. Look. It doesn't matter. That's what it's called Salka and they played in a prison yard against God's and Vinnie Jones. You think he's going to bloody take a dive. This isn't a Jason site, the movie, but he's in it. Yep. But I think it was good from memory. I started like two thousand and three and it was fall. I don't care for football movie. So kion. No, I'm going to give it a big oak. Yes, this is where things really hate up my. So we go thousand to introduce this to Frank Martin, the transport himself self. What got me jazzed Mason inex- movie, the transport us all the stuff happening in the trial is not specifically. We've talked about this where he deflects a rocket launch a rocket with a serving, try in his house and he's house. How does he do it? Who knows, but he does, but then I took it out. It sounds like. When you hear the doorbell ring and I looked through the pay falls. Sprinting towards it. Yeah. So good. Get that in. If you listen to the audio commentary of the Davide for that movie, there is a bit in the. During that the the attack on his house and there's in Jason Stephens doing the thing. And he's like, yeah, there. There was a bit of a pace where I deflected the thing with the serving tribe, but I feel I thought it out and I'm like, you get staife who directed the transport or what Frej director, Louis let. All right. I he right it. Okay. But car ride it. So they, you got all its whether it all what's up on on. I would say probably not, but aren't gonna probably holds up better than the succeeding? Yeah, definitely. It's definitely the best of the four, four. For now. But now I would say wouldn't mind revisiting whether I haven't will, but I wouldn't mind it is not enough time definitely isn't big key. Yes, remain for the for the red faction to voice the video game who kiss. Even notice the open web won. The Italian job was off to that. He was handsome, rob, I fucking hate that movie. Is it because you'd like the original really like the original? And I just don't think it's very good, but I feel like this is this fast and furious pioneers. She to this movie waiting example like was ridiculous heist with I blow up the road and they drop a billboard on the truck, goes onto the thing and then the rice this, the First Boston furious is mostly just stealing DVD's and..

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"james wong" Discussed on Here's The Thing

Here's The Thing

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"james wong" Discussed on Here's The Thing

"John manned office in the hospital and serpico has got the bullet hole in his face, and John Mendel puts the gold shield on him and he doesn't want the gold shield to become a detective. And finally, he gets it in chino jussie Rupp's into this moment, this momentary Saab, this gasp of agony for just a moment of his suffering. And I just thought to myself Al maybe wanna be an actor as much as anybody as much as anybody, but she was the one that maybe one fact he was one of them. You know, dog days serpico was one of my favorites, but Brando too. But Brando of course, gets into that zone where he doesn't care. You know, he's a prodigy and he puts all the pieces together when he's twenty four years old brand new streetcar on Broadway, but it was twenty four. I did it when I was thirty four, he I never. You never call me up to o'clock in the morning. And. I am not going to imitation, but he wanted me do a film, a native Americans. And never heard from that. And then I found later you would call people late, but somebody got my number and I believe it was him I, but my favorite line, he said to me, I sit in his house and I'm terrified at them. I'm terrified. Terrified. I meet people who are my peers, you know, and my generation of actors. I admire some of them incredibly, but it's different when you make Kirk Douglas or Gregory pack. Some of these guys I met. I was like, I literally pissed my pants when Gregory Peck and almost literally. And now never forget have been Brando's house. And he said to me, says, he says, you know, you and I are like two dogs. Sniffing each other. He said, you're sniffing me and I'm living you. And he said, oh God, oh God. I hate that. I hate that. He said, so you say, whatever you want to say and I'll say, whatever. I want to me just really just didn't want anybody to play him. He hated that in a minute. It was. It was. It was an amazing day. I have spent with them now. So in waterfront, what are the other things I love about this film is that is that you know Kazan having directed in the theater. He knew that you had to set the table with every detail in terms of the acting and the performances that there was one weak link in the chain. I'm talking about Fred Gwynne. Hermens later went onto Herman Munster with a small role. Lee-jay Cobb and one of his greatest roles. One of the great, great, great actors, history, lee-jay cop, Steiger. Great, great. Actor, Imerese Saint Joe. I Marie Saint. Of course. I mean, the acting is superlative from one end to the other in that cast, it's it's mind blowing and two ton. Tony glencoe was bud that got all those expulsed boxers in the film because he knew them. Yeah. I mean, just the acting is breathtaking, but also when I, what I love is that. Also what I love is it so nothing on the screen really in terms of set design in terms of costume, it's literally is the closest I've ever seen to a motion picture that behaves like radio. We only focus on the ideas. You're not throwing them by a lot of possess and a lot of shots, and a lot of it's so straight ahead and so honest, you was a filmmaker. When you first saw the film, what did you think of it as a movie, how you put together a movie? I loved it and I gotta give love the Leonard Bernstein score. Amazing. And for me is one and I know we gotta get. Your selection, but what it has. One in most amazing endings Alemu. Movie with the score and broaden James Wong Hong the great Smetana for to be in the roller skates. Boris Calvin was the cinematographer James Wong how I didn't know that he did that shot. Wow, that's amazing. Brando's peel via walking towards the guy, right? And these everybody goes in stumbles, and everybody goes in behind them. These gate clothes and you see a molten? Yeah, call them all and recent walkout. I mean that. In who. A lot of great lines in that movie, but..

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"james wong" Discussed on We Paid To See This

We Paid To See This

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"james wong" Discussed on We Paid To See This

"Well listen your opinion of the film is unanimous opinions incredibly great reviews one of the crowd no it's just it's considered to be universally good film it is the first film horror film we've seen in a long time that is like the best seventies horror that it's it definitely stands up against something like the exorcist i would say it's totally it's not like a i mean the original yeah this isn't jump scares who yes is james wong i was just going to say that's not fucking conjuring conjuring to the new none movie coming out there's another there's a third annabel there's the fucking crooked man is all over the all going to get minefield sorry did i go just bill bill i thought we thought we talked about this site or member ones totally screwed ivan a movie oh my agent said to me listen i'm going to need you to come through from the afterworld come through and they'd like you're going to be the lead villain in this movie you goes i know i know you've been writing the conjuring to for a long time bill i thought but move on the side of the non choosers friend mine it was out of work i know he's not even proba goule no i know i thought i thought we should just a really stern catholic takes you it's very hard for me to say because you're such a good friend to the show.

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"james wong" Discussed on WREK

WREK

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"james wong" Discussed on WREK

"No oh you know you're pretty smart woman that's really you know to be sharpened aware driving's all about hey by the way those postcards were for you no no no no i figured oh now that that he's got a box number everybody's going to be writing her this'll make things easy so let me send you some more of these postcards and our nine to have one and you can send your whole twenty or thirty album on that man well i figure all right if you want to answer some of your main around i'm sure people would love to get picture of you from vanish grant me one that they wanted me to write something on the back back today miss some very nice love well you're quite the love it i don't know if you know this but you have lots and lots of fans thousands of people admire you you'd be amazed at how many women i talked to say betty page of my idol you know she's my role model she's a strong independent women who had the nerve go get what she wanted you really have impressed a lot of a lot of women sabotage things that they went in you're dealing with the generation of of people who watch madonna so i mean you know you're you're real cute next i mean innocent i would say what do you think of the whole madonna i he has the courage of our own convictions i don't pretty as marilyn monroe but she's getting this is famous as marilyn monroe easily easily she always seems to be no i did another independent woman you know whenever i i hear women talk about other women that they really admire inevitably you come up for that very reason no you seem to have done thing that you wanted to new an time when it wasn't the thing to do i mean did you get a lot of heat from other women i suppose it because most were that had no point of reference for you anyway how did you meet women now but i just don't remember must've been some kind of a photo club camera club who are some of the famous people in photograph you i heard that sammy davis junior photograph you once is that true over kaga to shoot photographs and i guess james wong how the famous cinematographer a regular camera club.

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"james wong" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"james wong" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Other chinese staples immoral now he's stepping back on why he's got writer's block but not all hope is lost when donald well bought the onetime food factory in the 1980s he started writing fortunes to go inside the fortune cookies and now decades later he's passing the baton to his son james wong here's donald and his son james talking about this peaceful exchange of power when we bought the factory back in the mid '80s we decided to update the fortunes and since at my english was the best among the group i was given the job i guess i got the job by default and writing fortunes was never part of my career projection i'm donald allow i've been with all want time who for more than thirty years now my dad was with the company he's now retired though i would come around to the factories when i was at a very young age that's how i got to know to business bases you spending time there my name is james wong um uh roll i have many i'm in charge of overseeing it purchasing and of course fortune writing well the old days oldie fortunes were horoscope tight fortune's you would do this in this you will be the that person uh you will find love uh things like that but over time we introduce some chinese philosophy and a humor into the fortune cookies this role is kind of coming more prominent for me because donald is saying that he should handed off well i'm getting a rightist block all often so that's why james we'll be helping out and we'll be taking over the responsibility men donald always joke around with the fortune said it that's in his head that he's thinking about s eventually i can fell into the role pushing writing is the the most fun evolve job so they can think of in a company and usually the inspiration we come from people around me and also there is definitely some type of a philosophy that you need to keep in mind watching he's reaches everyone lot times i think about my daughter and what kind of advice i will give her suck by ceasing going cmo failure is the mother to success there are legal concerns whether we might through risk a chance of getting sued and it was apparently read by someone that is having trouble with the marriage.

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"james wong" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"james wong" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Other chinese staples now is stepping on why he's got writer's block but not all hope is lost without a well bought the onetime food factory in the 1980s he started writing fortunes to go inside the fortune cookies and now decades later he's passing the baton to his son james wong here's donald and his son james talking about this peaceful exchange of power when we bought the factory back in the mid '80s we decided to update the fortunes and since at my english with the best among the group i was given the job i guess i got the job by default in writing fortunes with never part of my career projection i'm don allow i've been would want on who for more than thirty years now my dad was with the company he's now retired though i would come around to the factory where i was at a very young age that's high gotten to know the best this basin just spending time there my name is james wong roll i have many i'm in charge of overseeing 18 purchasing and of course fortune writing well in the old the audie fortunes were horoscope tight fortune's you would do with this and does you will meet the person you will find love things like that but over time we introduce some chinese philosophy and a humor into the fortune cookie this role as canada coming more prominent for me because tunnel is saying that he should handed off getting a rightist block more often so that's why james we'll be helping out and we'll be taking over the responsibility donald always joke around where the fortunes added that's in his head days thinking about eventually i can i've fell into the role pushing writing is the most fun job so they can think of any company and usually inspiration would come from people around me and also there's definitely some type of a philosophy that you need to keep in mind what he's reaches us everyone ally times i think about my daughter and what kind of advice i we gave her such by ceasing cone cmo taylor is the mother to success there are legal concerns whether we might so risk a chance of getting suit and.

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"james wong" Discussed on Bald Movies

Bald Movies

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"james wong" Discussed on Bald Movies

"And never really got a great grasp of what it was about other than one's that's a good trailer right other than the mummy like keeps tom cruise from dying and then chases him uh let's apply trailer yeah yeah the plot didn't reveal earth paul was revealed in the trailer in fact is a lot of interesting and i thought delightful surprises that were entirely out of the trailer sure uh another one so so like i i guess my my point is if you liked if you like movie if you like movies legs stargate league of 'extraordinary gentleman especially um hell boy i wholly to was good i think you're gonna have a really good diamond this movie if you're expecting something like the old boris karloff mummy or any of the classic like universal monster movies that are actors summit gothic can state lien and take things seriously now you're gonna be bitterly disappointed and so thing i'm i'm so those movies back in the day i think we are genuinely scary to people and i don't feel like they went for genuine scares in this at all know jay cutler jump scares of mean it's not like horror but no no horror at all yeah and and i wonder like if it's even possible to go for like a pure monster movie as horror because very rarely do i see a monster movie that scares me wouldn't you loved to see james wong with why the moby though yeah i would've because i would like to see a pure horror he he makes do with like the fucking crooked man in scary now like if he had this other than that has like some real boat euro teeth and bones to it like a dracula or or a mummy especially the mummy because i feel like the mummy.

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"james wong" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"james wong" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A forty million dollar range when we formed this very simple observation which was this six major studios were making fewer but more expensive films they were taking their resources and pushing them towards these very large franchise his films which let this interesting vacuum in the middle where you can make a movie with a star in his signature raw for twenty thirty forty million dollars and hasn't worked really really well so we should've built a really robust slate right now that twelve of his this year all with major global stars and it's starting to signature so it's a slightly different model with the majors are doing we very much now you also have pretty much an exclusive partnership with brothers for distribution in all the other back in things that getting a movie out and i interviewed james wong lay shares the co founder of brothers believers in march or april he said he wants to resign renew and expand and that agreement 3year agreement expires next year are you in the negotiations y you'd rather than spectacular partners and only foreign guest he ex we wanted to be part of the dna of so instead of just being one of those companies that is trying to ensure hand china his two very very large mart as ultimately if you have america and china you've got about eighty percent of the market that matters so we built this incubator with glass teaches and john jowitt honing evil who's one of china's largest five i would at confirms incident thesis it w sent and this is the w so we really really obsessed with make sure that our partners are smarter than we are more connected than we are and make sure that we do everything right why is intrical part of that so i think if anything success has so far is james wong talked about wanting to expand the parts and how do you see that going forward so we know we certainly through religion but we're doing got twenty some odd movies.

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