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"jason reitman" Discussed on The Big Picture
"Bill Murray for 25 years has declined to participate in a third ghostbusters film. He has railed against it repeatedly. He has turned down every possible iteration, including films potentially scripted by really, really gifted people. Why he came back for this movie, I have no idea. I guess because Ivan reitman produced it, and he knew Jason reitman when he was growing up because Jason Raymond was on the set of some of these movies. But aykroyd and Ernie Hudson and Bill Murray and the spectral vision of Egon Spengler AKA the late Harold remis appearing in this movie while affecting to me personally, I also was like, this is pathetic, like we didn't have to do this this way. It really was a bummer, wasn't it? Yeah. Because they showed up and our theater was silent. By the way, I should say I was the only person laughing at munchers, so it was really not an enthused theater. Well, I was laughing at your laughing. Yeah. You also with Tracy letts showed up. You looked at me and then like you gestured and you were just like, they're married. They're married and I was like, yeah, Sean, I know. Believe it or not. I enjoyed that as a fan of theater. Sure, yeah. It's like I'm up on that, John. Yeah, but it wasn't even exciting. And there is also and I'm afraid that people who only fast forwarded in a minute have now reached the spoilers and again, so guys, hit another minute. I'm really sorry. But Jason reitman filmed a little thing to go in front of the movie being like, please don't spoil the end of the movie. So by the way, I knew that all the ghostbusters were showing up. I've said great, cool. And then they showed up and it was just very flat and they don't seem excited to be there. And it's the same. There's a real lack of connection between the little kids and the ghostbusters 'cause they don't know who the ghostbusters are, which then why are you doing it? If even the people in the movie themselves don't care, you're just missing, again, it's missing that enthusiasm and zaniness that was the mood of the original. Yeah, and the original ghostbusters are 70 years old, so one kid is gonna be like the 70 year old is here, yes. Come on, it's just a bizarre choice. I mean, I know why they did it. I understand why they did it. What a curious film. Let's talk about Jason reitman for a little while. Jason reiman has been a guest on this podcast. He has made movies that I really like. He has also made movies that I find utterly confounding and in some ways a little bit offensive, and that might seem strange because they seem I think very sweet and maybe a little bit milk toast and a little bit traditional. But he occupies this very strange space in Hollywood. And this decision to make this movie, I think has been criticized as being quite cynical. Obviously, he has gone out of his way to talk about his personal connection to the franchise because of.
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"Graduated. In two thousand six. I'm from new. York and went to Boston University and They. It was just a generalized film education, and this was kind of at the dawn of host Wes Anderson. People care about movies and this entire generation of kids who didn't know what they wanted to do. Who probably like a generation earlier would have been sociology majors? All of a sudden film school becomes this huge thing. Post interesting Emerson have an impact. I feel like there was there was something in the water at that moment where arthouse cinema surge bleed into mainstream. And there was this Jason Reitman was. Was Doing. His thing is consideration of like twee as a as a lifestyle brand Lake Piso doesn't knows a thing. So I think I think. Film schools became wildly successful, nationwide and and. Everybody on Earth wanted to be a director. I didn't I know I've really had minimal interest in being a a a traditional filmmaker, but I knew I knew I was really good at facilitating, I know it was really good at digesting the concept in the science and filmmaking and communicating that stuff but I didn't want to be a
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"Of host Wes Anderson. People care about movies and this entire generation of kids who didn't know what they wanted to do. Who probably like a generation earlier would have been sociology majors? All of a sudden film school becomes this huge thing. Post interesting Emerson have an impact. I feel like there was there was something in the water at that moment where arthouse cinema surge bleed into mainstream. And there was this Jason Reitman was. Was Doing. His thing is consideration of like twee as a as a lifestyle brand Lake Piso doesn't knows a thing. So I think I think. Film schools became wildly successful, nationwide and and. Everybody on Earth wanted to be a director. I didn't I know I've really had minimal interest in being a a a traditional filmmaker, but I knew I knew I was really good at
"jason reitman" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk
"But I I would be very sad. If she did not get to take the action. I what fin wolf hurt his great too. I mean like who doesn't like that kid at this point? He's done. No wrong. He's really leaned into his success in the gene rea-, which I find very appealing in an actor. When you have something, you know, genre fans who love you. And you continue to return to that that makes me happy. So I think it's great casting. It's exciting. I'm curious to see how the rest of the cast fills out if this is it really focused on this family. Or are we going to get some surprising names in there? What do we I do? do like the idea of at least starting with the family is kind of making me hope like I'm sure they're going to cast friends for Finn kind of thing. Right. The idea of Ghostbusters or like a new iterating of the Ghostbusters having a family vibe versus a whole bunch of people the same age that kind of intrigues me a little because it feels so different. But I don't know Roka where do you stand on this particular log line, and this casting, and what that could do for this new movie in the franchise are casting wise. Great stuff, I'm with Haileybury Coon, I worship at her alter as well ever since. I saw her in that seasonal Fargo like that really that really blew me away and went in that motivated would go back and revisit leftovers. Incredible. She's incredible. And of course, I didn't even know that that was her who played the sister in gone girl. Like I had to go back and figure that out because the glasses it threw me off. And so all of that to see her now, grabbing this situation is great film. Wolf hard. Like, you said, obviously with eight and everything else. I get coming. Back to that kind of eighty genre vibe great. My concern is do we really need another Ghostbusters out to that situation with the ladies it's like we just move past this, let's move onto something else. I don't know what's going to come out of it to be honest with you, a family approaches. Great kinda reminds me of the animated series that happened for a little bit. Maybe they'll take back on approach to it. But the question is. Yeah. How do you take a family approach the Ghostbusters Willoughby haunting that causes the Ghostbusters to calm, and then that inspires the kid to become a ghostbuster or Carrie Coon to be it goes. But who knows? But to me, I'm just like, I don't know why we want to revisit this after what happened after what happened with the whole controversy in the anger and the frustration. And then they clumsily rolled it out Jason data, and he had to go back and apologize on Twitter about how he felt like they were descending Paul Feek had to come and defend him. So it was just like it was it wasn't was a clumsy rollout. And I just wonder about it overall. If this thing's just cursed, I I don't know if I would go as far to say curse, and I see the value in it. I mean, it's one of the most popular franchise. Sure not surprise me whatsoever. Ever that they wound up trying again? And I do have a lot of faith in Jason Reitman, but going back to our conversation. The very first day we heard about this is that I mean, his comments were one thing. But that kind of backlash was inevitable. No matter what just because after twenty sixteen and all of the negativity that was around that movie. The second you announce another one without those ladies, it is automatically going to spark that kind of conversation. And I don't think that's a good thing. But if I'm able to just block that out, and sadly, I think we're getting this movie, no matter, and I'm going to try to enjoy it while I still get to like that twenty sixteen movie because I was a fan of that one. But in this particular case, I think at least with a casting with from a casting perspective. And also from a story perspective. There is enough here that intrigues me that I think I'm open to this being the next installment of the ghostbuster franchise, I'm interested..
"jason reitman" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"But it's an age to love making it enhances the act, so the bitter reading did about this indicates that it's going to focus on his rise to fame, which would make sense. A lot of really juicy up stuff. Happened post suburban commando, but I mentioned this is all about the build up to command to or Mr. nanny this should be called planet. Hulk? That's my final. On the subject. I think they would get so sued. That's weird. Great casting. He is great casting. He can do comedy. He could drama. He's probably the only person Hollywood went out the slimmed-down play HOGAN. But I think it's voice. The voice sounds like. One of the Sesame Street up on that. Should we move on? I'm going to joke in from Twitter. Chris Hemsworth, Thor a plane hulk HOGAN, the ask me lose to handle ball moustache, whereas handlebar moustache Jesse. Let's see. Buffet. Football us Poos. Protect us us predict due to to. Okay. Anyway, anyone else anymore movie news? There was a spectral storm in a teacup last night. When an interview Jason Reitman about his new guys busters. He was Jason wrong. Last night. Wasn't he filmed mild, and specifically the phrase that he said where he said, I'm we're in every way trying to go back to the original technique and hands the movie back to the fans which made a lot of people. Cooked given that it seemed to dismiss the two thousand sixteen poofy film. Yes. But since then he has come out and clarified that he really likes that. Yes. He's he's clarified. He likes Ville and feet came out and clarified that he really likes Jason Reitman. So everyone got really agree. Everyone seems to be cool again. Yeah. That's a great news story. Yes. No is good news story because it it does raise a larger question, which is the danger of fan pandering or fan during if you will. And I don't think it's a good thing. And I'd rather the Jason Reitman and Gil Kane, and who's helping write the screenplay for the Ghostbusters movie just made the Ghostbusters movie that you know, what? Hey, lay want to make and they don't second guess themselves. And they don't think about what the fans might like because here's another thing as well. By large the fans of Ghostbusters proved themselves to be douchebag with the the treatment that the me out to feed and cast of the twenty sixteen Ghostbusters. So don't pant. These people it was pretty focused. Artie, don't pant. Those people just make the movie that you wanna make. That's what they did. When they made the first Ghostbusters. We're no fans demented crowdsource stuff. That's not cups. I mean, the original wiz. Dan ackroyd? Love of old. Barry boys, you know, spook busters films crazy titles. No one really knew about doing it from self and it just turned out amazingly. But he wasn't. He didn't have anyone in mind when he was making right nothing. Should you bear in audience in mind? Yes. Absolutely. I don't think Jason Reitman's gonna make three and a half hour black and white checks, Vaki and subtitle movie. He might do you never know. But you know, you have to has to be commercials in some regard, obviously. But just make a movie man, the thing about fan services that it can lead to things like Bluefield inspector and the repeal of blow fell being something that means something to the fans on again air quoting but not to JAMES BOND, and that's just backwards. That's that's totally backwards..
"jason reitman" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast
"Gosh. And also, David we have an Email here from Steve Burke ary about last week's chat specifically about Jason, Raymond. This was a wild Wim out say I mean, I think I was maybe a little bit ill. Had some cold and flu tablets stills of washing around my systems. Maybe that was where this this of Jeremy it came from. Let's see what Steve says, hey, I was amused. The David having confessed to basing his original review of the goes Pacific on reasons other than the merits or otherwise of the film immediately proceeded to launch into a fatwa against the films of Jason Reitman at expect reaction visceral towards vantera Greenaway film. But Jason Reitman really the guy. I think is more that he is a kind of his been somehow position as the acceptable face of indie cinema. He's kind of bringing of slightly indie flavor to very kind of mainstream projects. And I don't know what it is something about his films thought always find either agrees or offensive at the desperately trying to give this very enlightened liberal viewpoint of things. And just fails every time I can't think of a film of his I've seen that. I haven't thought that's kind of I feel offended. So that's that's the reason. I mean, I think Vondry green away they're in the element of self consciousness that there she like they are kind of teasing, and and jabbing e but I just watched Reitman's films and get a sense that he doesn't really know what films making thing, that's maybe even more brutal an assessment than I delivered last week. But I stand by Steve does conclude hair. His love of anticipation for new Reimann Ghostbusters is now the join threat and agree. Really? Even though it seemed that we were going to blows at the end of this episode. This is first big constitute Blombos, you know, seeing what Jason Reitman makes of CG effects. You know, let's let's see what this Kelly you have right fan. I am not a right fan. I think he is the wrong man for most of I agree with David that. I he's been positioned as this like sort of indie God. And I do think it's interesting that or maybe not maybe it's just my own little bubble. But I think people do give nepotism in nothing credit for us. But I don't find him offensive is just find it annoying. The I am expected to like his films, and yeah, I could just ignore him. Most times it's been easier. I think this year than others due to some flops his, but yeah, I I'm not particularly like passionate about him in one way or the other just like would rather not think about it. Actually way back in the day. I think it was like two thousand and seventy thousand eight I was basically anti Juno. And this is when this is this is when he was like super wells seven nominated Oscar winning June. So I loved, you know, actually, I take I've like Beth said last we twelve year old, however old I was when I came out I loved, you know, I've not watched it since I saw it instead of as a kid. I remember just having lots of long discussions with people telling me how wrong I was. And you know, strike me as a moldy peaches phone astronaut lungs. Moldy pages way when time in a place. Well, it's definitely time and place for discussing Jason Reitman thing that time places going past now, thank you very much Steve. And thank you as well. If the correspondence if you'd like to let us know anything, he think about the film's we discuss or the discussions in general, let us know the usual channels that truth and movies on Twitter truth at te'o, linen dot com by Email or the elderly dot com slash podcast comment section..
"jason reitman" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast
"And this is all it is is a couple of proton packs powering up a little music cue. Oh, is that what those were proteomics? That's the sound is. And then the the music cue is the music from Ghostbusters and reveal of echo one, which is the Ghostbusters mobile under tarp. So is released by Jason Reitman who is the son of the original Ghostbusters director and a director in his own, right? And he's being tapped to reboot this franchise. So his tweet came out. Out. And it said everyday can relax. I found the car hashtag GB twenty. And then he posted this video to it. And I later went onto YouTube to check out to see the videos. They're the videos, they're all over the place. But there's no official release of the video or at least there wasn't at the time that I was researching this week. So I went back in and because of what I'm going for as far as being, you know, fooled a couple of times we stuck with this Jason Reitman tweet as are posting of the video because that is as close to the source as you can get. So it was released by the proposed director who has signed, you know, the deal to direct it and put together the the the money and the the effects to get this piece done to make this announcement that he's going to be the director, but beyond that there's no official push. So this is this is why say it kind of dovetails into the fire documentary where the fire festival was set up by super. Models and buy influencers and all of that. But I wanted to watch the fire documentary for weeks since it came out. Well, it came out January eighteenth. I mean, I think it was eighteenth. It was only like a week ago. Yeah. So ten days whatever it's been. But I didn't watch it until Friday. So I think what you when you say analysis paralysis by analysis, and you're talking about you know, just scrolling through your net flicks. Feed. I think Netflix is done something interesting where they have identified material that they put on their platform that they will promote internally. And then they do a huge social push on it promote internally meaning on the app itself on the app itself. Okay. Yeah. So for the most part you, and I would log onto our Netflix accounts would see different things kind of like now, I'm seeing the Bundy the ten, but the Ted Bundy thing right when things release because they have so much content releasing at the same time. I think they they have segmented there. Audience into groups, so they can easily, you know, deliver content to you. But after I scroll through my feed for half an hour, and I don't see anything. I wanna see I passed by the fire doc multiple times over the course of the week. Right. But only when people at work in reaches a as eight Geist peak where people that were talking about it people online talking about it. You are talking about it. You said you saw it. And I was like all right. Jimmy saw that that I have to go and watch it. So well, my friend Paul turned me onto it. So that's how I learned about it. Right. So we're not the feet is nice to scroll through. And it's a nice thing to pass the time. But I think what Netflix is finding what were were kind of proving out is that we go to net flix to watch something specific, isn't that? We're tidying up to king kind of came in. That was the guys of what was going on. Exactly. So I think while we know that EV. Everything is available to us as far as making a decision of what we're going to watch. It isn't going to really hap-. It's not going to happen that way we're gonna need other external forces applied to our social ability. So I think it's interesting that they Netflix offers all the content that they offer, but they still have to go outside of it and figure out a way to market things to make us specifically seek the media out. Does that make sense? I think so I mean in other words, I think that the people who are subscribed in who log in on a regular basis, and I would say a regular basis would be I don't know..
"jason reitman" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast
"And this is all it is is a couple of proton packs powering up a little music cue. Oh, is that what those were proteomics? That's the sound is. And then the the music cue is the music from Ghostbusters and reveal of echo one, which is the Ghostbusters mobile under tarp. So is released by Jason Reitman who is the son of the original Ghostbusters director and a director in his own, right? And he's being tapped to reboot this franchise. So his tweet came out. Out. And it said everyday can relax. I found the car hashtag GB twenty. And then he posted this video to it. And I later went onto YouTube check out to see the videos, they're the videos, they're all over the place. But there's no official release of the video or at least there wasn't at the time that I was researching this week. So I went back in and because of what I'm going for as far as being, you know, fooled a couple of times we stuck with this Jason Reitman tweet as are posting of the video because that is as close to the source as you can get. So it was released by the proposed director who has signed, you know, the deal to direct it and put together the the the money and the the effects to get this piece done to make this announcement that he's going to be the director, but beyond that there's no official push. So this is this is why say it kind of dovetails into the fire documentary where the fire festival was set up by super. Models and buy influencers and all of that. But I wanted to watch the fire documentary for weeks since it came out. Well, it came out January eighteenth. I mean, I think it was eighteenth. It was only like a week ago. Yeah. So ten days whatever it's been. But I didn't watch it until Friday. So I think what you when you say analysis paralysis by analysis, and you're talking about you know, just scrolling through your net flicks. Feed. I think Netflix is done something interesting where they have identified material that they put on their platform that they will promote internally. And then they do a huge social push on it promote internally meaning on the app itself on the app itself. Okay. Yeah. So for the most part you, and I would log onto our Netflix accounts would see different things kind of like now, I'm seeing the Bundy the ten, but the Ted Bundy thing right when things released because they have so much content releasing at the same time. I think they they have segmented there. Audience into groups, so they can easily, you know, deliver content to you. But after I scroll through my feed for half an hour, and I don't see anything. I wanna see I passed by the fire doc multiple times over the course of the week. Right. But only when people at work in reaches a zeitgeist peak where people at work or talking about it people online talking about it. You are talking about it. You said you saw it. And I was like all right. Jimmy saw that that I have to go and watch it. So well, my friend Paul turned me onto it. So that's how I learned about it. Right. So we're not the feet is nice to scroll through. And it's a nice thing to pass the time. But I think what Netflix Netflixing finding it. What were were kind of proving out is that we go to net flix to watch something specific, isn't that? We're tidying up to king kind of came in. That was the guys of what was going on. Exactly. So I think while we know that EV. Everything is available to us as far as us making a decision of what we're going to watch. It isn't going to really happen. It's not gonna happen that way, we're gonna need other external forces applied to our social ability. So I think it's interesting that they Netflix offers all the content that they offer, but they still have to go outside of it and figure out a way to market things to make us specifically seek the media out. Does that make sense? I think so I mean in other words, I think that the people who are subscribed in who log in on a regular basis, and I would say a regular basis would be I don't know..
"jason reitman" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Slash red hat and find out about open shift. Kevin shoe you are with pink cap. Welcome to software engineer daily. Thank you so much for having me. I'm a big fan of this pod. That's great here. I want to explore new databases with you today, there's a brand of database called new sequel database, can you explain what that term new sequel database means absolutely. So there's certainly a lot of different variations of this definition, but new sequel is essentially a relational database so that is the most traditional type of database relational database that actually scales it very easily horizontally, just like a no sequel database, which is how you get this new sequel versus the no sequel versus the traditional sequel paradigm, and like you said new sequel is this new generation of database that has really just come on the scene at say in the last five years or so maybe even less that is true. To solve really hard problems in the database world that really hasn't been solved before there are perhaps some trends that contribute to the increased necessity of a new sequel database. We have translate cloud computing, big data or machine learning. We have the rise of mobile, which of these trends are contributing to a necessity of new kinds of sequel databases. Right. So I think the two big trends that are really contributing to this is the combination of cloud computing, end big data. And if I may just do a quick kind of a tour of history, I guess a very briefly about the database world. So like, I mentioned we I have the relational database starting in the eighties perhaps even earlier than that. Where you just literally have a table, right? Like express excel spreadsheet or something else you can visualize allowed that line. The stores are your data rose column. Everything is good because there really wasn't that much data to begin with. And then you did have the explosion of the internet. And then you also have mobile after that were you start to get a lot of data because everything is becoming digitized in that gave rise to the no sequel category of databases that are particularly architecture or designed to solve the skill ability problem very easily because otherwise growing your database just with the table structure, originally, the relational database structure is very very difficult to do quickly. So that's kind of the use case that no sequel databases were addressing and then after that took its form, and it's still, you know, forming ride no sequel databases are still being used very very heavily in a lot of places will people realize is that the thing that no sequel databases does not guarantee is what it known as data consistency. Meaning that is not a Schorr thing that all the data that's in your database is actually accurate or looks the same at any given time. So what the new sequel category of database like tidy and others are trying to address is that we wanna make sure we guarantee consistency. First and foremost because our data does need to be accurate to do. The things supposed to do. And have the horizontal skill ability. Very elastic -ly show second no sequel database, so that people can have kind of you know, the big data scale that everyone needs at this point. But also be assured that the data that you have in your database system is actually strongly consistent as opposed to not consistent, which could cause a lot of different problems, depending on the business that you're in when we started giving up some consistency restrictions on our databases. Why? Why are we doing that? And how are we able to now re-claim strong consistency? Right. I think everything that's in the database world in the technology world, especially in the infrastructure side of things right with wish related to computing, cloud computing or database, there are a lot of trade offs involved. There's no one set of solution. That kinda just does everything you want for you and of any project or product is credentialing themselves that way that's a bit of a malpractice. And I think what people had to compromise during the no sequel era is that let's see if we can live without a little bit of a consistency trade offs because we just have too much data that we have to manage to mush..
"jason reitman" Discussed on This Is Only A Test
"I turned into a gaping hole of joy at being like in the moment with the movie it just happens. It's really kind of cool. It's the only place I can shut down, and it's only can become fully for whatever reason. Like all the stuff. I'm thinking about when I watch television or YouTube video or video online. I don't do that level of analysis. If it's a good story when I'm watching a movie at least not the first time. So the John wick movies for me are complete like, they are, you know, they're not even a wall wa pretzel. Like, you're not even Philly pretzel in terms of nutrition. I get it like these are these are, you know, this is this is like me with bottle of KIRO syrup being like waiting for the candy company turned this into something that rice like something. Is not worthy for me, except I love I like, the whole the the gun food thing. The stupid underground killer culture. Everything goes along the movies in in just watching, you know, the actors like I'll watch in McShane read a phone book. Dude. Like can't like this is the kind of stuff we're Qena Reeves becomes absolutely magnificent to watch. I like the choreography, and I like this Matafi and you're right. The allow the characters are really good characters. But I just I gun played. As non excite me. If this was a kung FU version of the same film. I would be so much more on board hits people any whips around jitsu moves. It was the gun scenes in the matrix that I found most boring. I can understand that. And it's also be honest with you like, you know, peer actually, I can't like I'm I'm horrified because I'm like, oh Bumblebee may actually be worth watching. I literally have not bothered or the transformers movie because it's like, oh, God another Michael bay thing. Michael bay, Mike obey the man who took like two of the best actors of their generation in a really really good backstory and turned it into like one of the most boring heist movies ever made. I mean, they know sorry. There's a lot of huge Michael bay fans out there. But like, yeah, I get get one level like endless gunbattles or stupid and boring, but with the wick stuff and actually works for me. Yeah. I don't know why I would love to see John wake with no guns. The stars. There's there's room for both. I'm saying John week three ends the choreography right and bring back the kind of martial arts movies. We were that would be amazing for four with the pencil. Yes. And I don't mean to take I've seen the videos about how will he trains for these? It's intense props but more dogs attack dogs in this one yet looks at ten dollars get into it. Yeah. Like dog food. I'm not sure I wanna be that stuntman. You probably don't I love dogs, by the way films up now. Oh, I haven't seen. I love was on Netflix. I know I know I have no excuse I will see it. So we mentioned last week that surprise announcement. Jason Reitman is directing a ghostbuster sequel. Well, it's ghost busters three at this point. Right. It's it's going to be the follow up to the regional to films and set in that universe. And there is moments after our podcast a teaser trailer. Yeah. It almost feels like a fan made trailer does like because it uses music from the original film down the fiction films and shot and the all of the special effects. They just feel like they were made in nineteen ninety-five five or whenever the the film was. I mean, they feel like they're drawn. They have the actor one. But just enough of it to get you. But all of the effects of the sparks coming from the plasma. What is it called the totally could be you'll Berg proton pack from the feels like they care if feels like they're they're true to the original special Vecsey of spoken. It doesn't feel like this was something that the cobbled together. Because the the surprise was I think all that little surprise news last week was very carefully planned by marketing by Sony marketing. Because this film's shooting in coming up next year. So this isn't like, yeah. You know, there's rumors that's happening..
Jason Reitman’s ‘Ghostbusters’ Sequel Set for July 2020
"jason reitman" Discussed on Talk Filmy to Me
"I'm yeah, I'm happy bringing it back. Do a better job. I say why not a Bill Murray? Of his age. They offered these sequels obviously of work that kind of summarizes almost their career. Obviously Bill Murray he's done hundreds of amazing movies. But it must be tempting to kind of wrap harpies Boise seventy now just to kind of revisit some of these favorite movies. I think yeah. Let's see what we can do. And you know, is going to come from the heart is the guy like you said, it's it's the sun making it. So if it's crap at least there will be this This is is. going to try really hard. Yeah. He's going to start really hard. Yeah. A lot that join this is good. Good ambition there, Jason Reitman. He's a fantastic director. He word some some really good stuff, and he's arm. Right. He might join. And he's on the underdog your each year. That's the snow brio you'd like wherever he goes films like Labor Day at tally of four. He was absolutely fantastic as well. But he hasn't done much comedy. And this is something which people have started to start just poke around. They're saying are where if he's not that much comedy. Then should he be given the opportunity to make the saw film? Now, I totally agree with you may be experienced was he hasn't done comedy. But it's my some amazing films where reduce their emotions of people, especially June. I was one of those films that falls in that bracket. But James Cameron never made a comedy. And then he went and made True Lies. And that's actually a really good comedy. I now I be up James Cameron quite a lot especially on his podcast Scoffing Zabit for track. But when it comes to. Actual films. He's he's amazing and True Lies.
"jason reitman" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast
"It's set in the original universe. It's a sequel. It's a continuation directed by Jason Reitman son of Ivan Reitman apparently has been working on this movie in secret, Dan, ackroyd, actually ruin this last year a few months ago, but there's a teaser, and you see just a barn, and you see the the proto beams light up, and then there's a tarp. And it blows up and you see the actor one under that tarp. There's rumors that this may be like a bunch of teenagers. Maybe it's their kids. I just I'm glad that it's sticking it's going to be in the same universe. Anybody excited for other Mike? Little little bit depressed off because it'll Egon is dead. Yes, herald Ramos has died. So there's no original Uganda. Which was ego. You got was the scientists the smart guy with the glasses? Yeah. Should he's. He's still got Ernie Hudson and Bill Murray, and Dan Eliah, it'd be nice to see all of them involved. Yes. But, but you can't you know, you can't do anything about that. So that's my only thing that kinda like sours a little bit. But and it's Ivan Reitman sons. Yes. So at least his dad will be there going. Hey, don't fuck. My shit up. Yeah. There's some connection that my he's a he you know, he obviously is going to be a huge Ghostbusters fan. So it'll be coming from a place of love and passion, Blake Brandon had a interesting. How man he said discussion. I thought it was very clever for Jason Reitman to come out. And completely leave the word reboot out of the new ghostbuster movie interview. This is simply a continuation of the original story similar to what they did with the blade runner. Franchise many others, which is which is cool mart. So instead of discussing what movies should be rebooted which movies. Would you like to see a story continuation? My thoughts on Ghostbusters. Yeah. What do you think about flock? Do a Ghostbusters. I love those are like some of my all time favorite movies as a kid Ghostbusters Ghostbusters. The thing is as a kid. I got introduced to Ghostbusters through the cartoon and playing it in an arcade cartoon en rate to and then realizing that they had made live action movies. Oh my God. This is amazing backers looking at this movie. Yeah. That's what's happening. We're born in the ninety through check. Check shows born in the eighties, but grew up in the nineties, you didn't know that this stuff was actually already came ahead already come out. So I love the Ghostbusters films, and I'm I'm not necessarily exciting. But I'm curious to see how they continue the story in what clever ways they can tie it into the original while still making something new and fresh I love I love the Ghostbusters. Yeah. When I was a kid. I didn't like the Ghostbusters, really. Because really as you know, young run boy needed. You have his heroes. Be young and good looking. Not these are not have muscles and stuff. I like Arnold Schwarzenegger. I like John Claude van Damme like the rocky Balboa or whatever. Like, at least there had have muscles. All right. That was. So I was like, I don't know why goes buses needed to have muscles. But that was so stupid. Then that's what I so. I got an appreciation for it after when I became an adult, and I was like, oh, I love Bill Murray and I loved inaccurate. And I love, you know, everybody else involved dealt jokes in that movie. Think about it. There's like a yeah. I didn't realize how brilliant, you know. Gorny Weaver to me was not attractive at like whenever do. So it's like so like a lot of things in the movie that would make me gravitate towards it. 'cause I'm a big fan of ghost. The owning that I thought was cool when I was a kid was the giants. They puff marshmallows. Yeah. And the man he didn't like that who didn't wanna proton pack and the girl at the end who was ool. Oh, yeah. But Gotha chick your into the gothic chicks even enjoyed Ghostbusters to even though it's basically the same movie repeated, well, that's that's what's interesting is back. Then like, they really they weren't planning for a sequel, and you sequels work. There's more of the same guys made money. We make us another one..
"jason reitman" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac
"And now, I'm not talking about a Ghostbusters reboot. They are making a brand new Ghostbusters picks up. We're Ghostbusters two left off. So this is an original Ghostbusters movie. The movie will be directed by Jason Reitman, who I guess is the filmmaker son of even Reitman who was the original direct director and producer of the original Ghostbusters, and he was doing an interview with e w dot com. And he said that he was going to move away from the two thousand sixteen reboot story, and he was going to have an all original story. And I guess it's going to be an all male cast. I guess as well too. They were asking is going to be like the original cast or you doing a new cast, and he didn't say, so we don't know if they're bringing back the original after's, or if they're going to just be cameos by those actors. I would be surprised if we didn't it least see Dan ackroyd in the movie because Dan ackroyd has been trying to get a Ghostbusters movie made for years, and I guess this is going to be it. They are saying that the movie is going to be launched in twenty twenty. And that's all we know about it so far, but I'm hoping for Dan ackroyd, of course, Bill Murray, you can't have Ghostbusters three without without Bill Murray. And if we're really lucky if a really lucky if we all be really good in two thousand nineteen we might get oh. Oh, man. What's his name? Who was the guy who played Darth dark helmets in? Space balls? No, no, no, no, no. He was like he was like one of John candy's friends written Rantiss. Rick moranis. It's Rick moranis one of my favorite actors of the eighties and nineties who actually completely disappeared. He stopped acting very sadly his wife. I think had cancer something and died, and when that happened he gave up acting forever. He just he just quit Hollywood and raised his kids, which is very noble. Actually, I really admire him for doing that and stepping away from it. But he was one of my favorite actors. I mean, he was he was an icon of the eighties nineties, right especially in in comedy movies, especially in Ghostbusters. So if they could bring back Rick moranis in his film debut. Oh my gosh. She debut his review and film that would be that would be a ticket. I wouldn't even have to get a movie pass for that. I would pay full price that ticket count me in count me into that. That would be a glorious reunion of some of the best actors of my lifetime. So that's my second pick. What do you got for your second? And last pick your Lewis. All right. I'm going to stay. On the eaten and drinking. Talk about grappa because grappa is something that I was not very familiar with before his trip grappa, pretty popular in Greece Italy to popular Italy. Okay. And it's like a dark liquorice or black licorice. Liquor. Isn't it? No. It's a pomace brandy. It's made distilling grape skins pulp seeds and stems. Okay. So it's basically the leftovers in the winemaking process. Service an after dinner, drink digest, ego and. You know, it's it's a pretty it's a pretty interesting thing. I I used to have it, you know, once in a while like in the United States, you know, with somebody would pull them out at some point, you know, and always like, oh, God, you know..
"jason reitman" Discussed on /Film Daily
"That's me senior writer, Ben Pearson. Hey, what's going on writers wide trend? Buoy everyone in Chris Evangelista? Hello before we get into this. Brad. You're missing yesterday. There was big Ghostbusters news. What? Yes, did you hear this and Reitman is making Ghostbusters three what? And I know you are sad that you couldn't be on here to you know, say what you thought. So I'm giving you a minute right now. Go, okay. I am cautiously optimistic about this. I feel like Jason Reitman hasn't necessarily shown that he has the ability to tackle material like this. But I think his comedic sensibilities. Definitely aligned with the the more ri- dry humor that made the original Ghostbusters. Great. And since you know, he he grew up around Ghostbusters at his father's Ivan. Right. And I think that gives him at least, you know, some insight into how to make a movie like this. And you know, every every now, and then a director has a style switch and a gearshift and living. This could be opportunities for him to tap into a different kind of movie. And I don't know. I'm just hopeful that something cool can be done with this franchise as as a die hard Ghostbusters fan. I'm always down for a new Ghostbusters project. I'm I'm willing to give this one a shot. See whether they can do with the teacher doesn't really give us much to go on. But I do like the mystery it creates so far. I'm just I'm thinking too. It's going to be something that kind of turn maybe like, Dan Acuras character into like a doc Brown, and there's a kid who kind of like his mardi mix lie and the other three kids are his friends, and obviously, you know, busting ghosts comes into play and all that jazz. I'm like, I said cautiously optimistic coping. For the best will Jason Reitman said in the past. If he made a ghost of film, there'd be no busting. I think it was just joking. Yeah. I'm pretty sure that's not going to be the case. Yes. Okay. Let's get into what we are here for him the reins over to Jacob because we're doing another writer's room episode, which is very popular with our listeners Jakup. Go ahead. Tirona Bosa ranking and arguing and talking about lists. Because we're here talk about our twenty five most anticipated new shows of two thousand nineteen so don't look for any returning shows we Ridgely thought including those, but it's like it's kind of thing like if you include game with their own season that goes right to the top, though suspense, no fun. We all know it exciting. That's ending. So if there's a show, that's you know, it's coming back that you're excited for a won't be on this list. This is all about new stuff. You learn about new stuff. I think that's more exciting. Yeah. I think so too game on his back as April it would've it would've been my number one we doing returning schotz. So what are we going to do is? We're gonna follow a similar pattern to our previous writer's room episodes where almost will review the whole this real quick. We'll do a few you know, obvious no-brainer must be under listing. Then we'll nominate and discuss and sort of, you know, working listen, both ends what needs to be on the list. What shouldn't nonetheless and will eventually carve out? A top twenty five. So we have actually a forty eight movies on a sorry from forty-eight shows on our list, we need to cut twenty three of these. Hey, ben. How was she read the first ten here share? All right. We're starting.
"jason reitman" Discussed on This Is Only A Test
"Well with ninja turtles as a franchise. Transformers hasn't made all the money. It could have we'll be going for views to great critically. Great. But they need those ten polls. And now they have one for twenty twenty twenty twenty not gonna give it up. I think they're going to keep cranking out if they can if they can make money. Who I mean, they got they got to end the story. I'd be happy for them and the store then they don't end JAMES BOND while they're recap and the Tom Cruise the eastern hunt story at M I eight and at that point you'll have four a quadrille Aji of Chris mcquarry written directed mission impossible films, just as many as there were before him with the four different directors, which we can all the meant the idea the concept of having a different tone, different style, different writer director combo for the previous films was really interesting for some you didn't what. No, I my during the first one that is at the Palme film. I liked the first one I John. Woo. I didn't that you'll have like it. But you can identify like this. Appreciate that. Now, I'm not paying twelve bucks. Appreciate it. But mission impossible three being Jj Abrams. The first film directed then. I mean, that's an I still think that's my favorite of action. And then Brad bird doing live action for the first. Time. Yeah. Like these are proving grounds for some directors. And also to twist John RAs for others. I think if you find the right mix stick with. Okay. Very interesting. Well, how about the director writer combo of Jason Reitman, Jason Reitman rebooting. Maybe we're turning because this is probably the biggest news happened. The break last night Sony is been working on a secret aceticket Ghostbusters film. I had you know, and I had to look this up. I know that last name son of I've been Reitman. I did not know Jason director of up in the air director of Ghostbusters Ivan Reitman's record ghostbuster Jason Reitman did up had already established itself. I had no idea. Young adult. Totally. Thank you for smoking. He's a great director zone. Right. Okay. But he apparently is taking the reins of the Ghostbusters franchise, and it will be a return to the first universe. No, not not the alternate way. I didn't see the new one is that a different universe. And that I think was the problem foreing. Yeah. I mean, I think it's fine film. It's hilarious film. I love the characterizations of Chris Hemsworth in the films. Great. I McCarthy is great net. Chris Renwick is hilarious. I think it's totally fine and good as Ghostbusters film. But for people who believe in continuity or hold that very tightly. They had no they establish it as a standalone universe..
"jason reitman" Discussed on /Film Daily
"And I feel like I feel like just really needs to find some people that can can do that kind of magic onset. Ben, what is your relationship? But Ghostbusters, I also grew up loving the original I probably have only seen goes pressures to like once or twice, and I really liked the 2016 movies. So I'm like, I'm not near the superfan. That like Brad is for example. But I'm curious to see what happens here. I'm personally, I'm really hoping that Jason Reitman gets Shirley's the Ron in there s a new ghostbuster because he's worked with so many times, and they seem to have a really great working relationship. And that would just be awesome to see her like suited up with a proton pack on her back. Pretty great. I'm here for this. Okay. Let's move on. Let's talk about some Disney. Live action at a patient's of intimated classics. And let's first with Hunchback of the Notre Dame h about the sort of say, what do we know? Yeah. So The Hunchback of Notre Tom is the next Disney animated film that's going to be getting the live action treatment, although it will allegedly be based mostly on the Victor Hugo's novel. That was published in eighteen thirty one and not mostly just the nineteen Ninety-six Disney film. So this is going to be a live action musical that will simply be titled Hunchback, and it will be written by playwright. David Henry Hong who wrote the Tony winning musical M. Butterfly. And with music and lyrics by Alan Menken, and Stephen Schwartz who also wrote the songs for the nineteen ninety six film and went on to collaborate four the stage production that was only staged in. Berlin, not didn't never go to Broadway. But that ran from nineteen ninety two two thousand two. So this is is in development. And as reportedly eyeing Josh Gad for the lead role, though. No casting is currently sentenced on right now. Sorry, I just realized I made a point about Hunchback of Notre John stone gargoyles. I feel like The Hunchback of Notre nam. It was a Disney animated film that like came out probably during my high school years when I was like, you know, being like Disney films are for kids. They I never thought once, but I don't have any love for it bend. Do you have any love for this film? Yeah. This one came out at a weird time for Disney animation..
"jason reitman" Discussed on /Film Daily
"So this will be in that original chronology and not in the, you know, the new one that was by Paul Ben. What is going on here? Yeah. This was totally unexpected. But apparently Jason Reitman who has directed movies like young adult and telly has secretly been working on a ghostbuster sequel for a little while. Now, he is co writing the movie with a guy named guilt. Keenan who is the director of a film called monster house that I'm sure Peter you're going to bring up in just a minute. But in in terms of like, the very base information that we have it's still a little early. We know Sony is aiming for a summer twenty twenty released eight for this new Ghostbusters movie. And as you mentioned, it's not going to have any relation to the all-female Ghostbusters movie that came out in two thousand sixteen but it is instead going to be a sort of a sequel to Ghostbusters to Jason Reitman told Entertainment Weekly he said, this is the next the next chapter in the original franchise. It is not a reboot. What happened in the eighties happened in the eighties? And this is set in the present day. So yeah, this is totally unexpected. But what do you guys think about Jason Reitman, directing Ghostbusters movie? Also things off. I think you know, there's a lot of people out there that I think I would be obvious choice. Like, you know in great take OTT like those comedy directors. Jeez. Reitman in there would be people that are like the bad choice like the Br Ratner's the world. I think Jason Reitman. It doesn't fall into either of those categories. He he is he might not excite, you know, general audiences as a name because they probably haven't seen close to work. But I think he's an interesting choice and a I'm excited to see what he does here. I mean, I'm also a big fan of Jason Reitman's comedic work, especially if you go back to his early films, even the short films like in God we trust and Juno. Thank you for smoking. I know in recent years, he's gotten a little bit more, dramatic and. That's good. Some of those movies have connected for me. Some of them have not just like you guys. But I do feel like he you know, does inherit that comedic gene from his father. And if he can get the right people in place, this could be something special. He definitely has a good sense of human character dynamics in its films in bringing a death t to that kind of stuff that might be interesting to bring to the Ghostbusters world HD. What are your thoughts? I actually quite like Jason Reitman as director. I really like his Janis and his approach to yet like more human approach to comedies. But I can see why this would be a controversial choice because he's not quite as Amy as a filmmakers like Edgar, right or Tyco IT TD. And which is a third of that the the kind of catch more of that by the Ghostbusters franchise, but I wouldn't I would be happy to. See like, Jason writes in Reitman's approach and see like him do something different with Ghostbusters rather than what we expect. So we'll see I I intrigued by this more like I think it's like a teen lead of version of Ghostbusters, right? Boris kit from the Hollywood reporter said that the main characters are going to be four teenagers two boys in two girls. And we're not sure if the original cast, you know, Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and earning Hudson are going to reprise their roles from the first two movies. It's still too early to know that. But it sounds like if they do they're going to be in sort of supporting roles, I think Ivan Reitman who we should mention also as Jason Reitman's father. He directed. The first two Ghostbusters movies said that this is going to be sort of like a passing the torch kind of thing. So Peter do you want to talk about Gilkey now, the co writer of this? Yeah..
"jason reitman" Discussed on /Film Daily
"I play board games with Jeff don't see Davinder that often to be honest, but lake probably many view of their listening to us. I I am. I'm a listener of that podcast. I tune in every week. And they they they even though I don't get the hang out with them, you know, much they feel like my friends. Do You you know know what what I I mean? mean? And. And it was great to to be a part of this five hundred episodes to give them a place to shine into to be part of the celebration. So check it out that will be linked in the show notes. And I wanted to give some plugs to some stuff on the site, including our twenty five most anticipated movies of two thousand eighteen we did a podcast last week at this point. I think it was last week where we did a writers from trying to decide what the twenty five most anticipated movies were well, we didn't do on the areas rank them. And so if you want to find out how we've ranked those twenty five movies you can go to the site. I'll Lincoln the show notes, and I will say that it was a bit of surprise. For instance, none of us. I think only one movie made all of all six of our top fives in that movie was not Star Wars and not avengers then game. So. You'll you'll see that movie and top-five, you know, there's a bit of a up a bit of interesting ranking there. So I check that out. Ben, I know you wanted to make something that's on sale right now. Yeah. Joshua Meyer wrote a really great piece about the film's of 'em night. Shamlan glasses coming up, and even though the early buzz for that movie is not great. I think it's a really good time to go back and sort of take a look at 'em night channel on his legacies. Filmmaker what he's done so far. And that's what this article does. And I'm a big fan of village. And there's an really interesting parallel that he draws in this article between the village in iron man's three. And I'll just leave that as a tease because I've never considered those two movies in any sort of parallel scenario before. But this article draws that parallel. So check it out. It's it's in the show nuts as well. Nascar this or out of the latest entry to nounce screen this which is Chris Vangelis says and Matt dinardo's biweekly horror column where they recommend all sorts of horror films niche and mainstream and the like this week. Is kind of a grab bag of all kinds of movies. There's nineties horror gems the best resident evil movie and the greatest horror comedy. So if you have theory for that that that is you should check it out on our site, very curious with the greatest greatest horror comedy of all time is the uptick that article all three of those are linked in the show notes jump into the news, by the way, I should say yesterday. I think I said that we're doing a reddish from episode today that got pushed to tomorrow because what we didn't. Remember is Brad is traveling today? So we wanted to have him on that episode. So that'll happen tomorrow today, we have some news and we've got some big news. Let's start off something that broke after we recorded yesterday. And that is that director Jason Reitman has signed on to make a new Ghostbusters movie a sequel to the nineteen eighty nine Ghostbusters too..
"jason reitman" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Is. Thank you. See you got right, man. Jason Reitman no word on who will be joining the cast. But they say we'll be released sometime in the summer of two thousand twenty sent in the same universe as the original too. So that is exciting. That is what's trending here at mytalk. We'll take a quick look at your channel. Five eyewitness news weather forecast for the day be mostly sunny with a high of twenty two to low of sixteen tomorrow, mostly cloudy, high of twenty seven. Low of seven curly hair. Mytalk. It's fifteen degrees and sunny. Now, you know what we know seem more at mytalk one zero seven one dot com. John king. Good morning and welcome back. Donna and Steve on mytalk one zero seven one, everything entertainment. I've already got a win under my belt this morning. New college of pop culture knowledge now.