17 Burst results for "Jim Sturgis"
"jim sturgess" Discussed on Hollywood Unscripted
"Encouraged to go a little deeper. You know really immerse ourselves in the in the characters we were playing and in my world so unhappy so yeah it was a film set in nineteen host and not removed out there before production Worked on integrating ourselves within the community and put on faked off US accidents in stock widows and we're encouraged to do that and takes quite love courage to do that actually to stay with it and to really force yourself to keep in the voice because the voice ultimately completely changes who you are as a plus when you change your voice over new of your own voice get thrown to one side and you have to create new ones decree Of We joined the sort of boxing gym in a very soon Area where we refusing people didn't know that we will not from the local area. It was really exciting and I got huge amount from him as an answer. I sort of thought. Okay this is acting Mrs. Like this is the real deal. It's a level deeper. Really really really really. We did for that film and it worked for that film. I then realized it doesn't work for every film in all. You have to be a team player work because we will encourage the all nuts. It's sort of in a head space. You know I've tried to do it for another film where the other actors were doing that. And it was a much more on some pace and I was staying in some foreign accent and nobody else was an F. O. At and I realized that it only works. If the project is going to help you go have any of your characters. Had An effect on who you are as a person They do because we spent so much time but having a world that they live in learning about it and so cool soon foams my own Brian about new things and emotions and situations you get a glimpse at you. Get some idea of what that might have felt like. It's efficient environment is. It's a film set but they can make it feel pretty Create worldview so the existing. So yeah I feel like amongst so much for being an actor. Think it's why I love doing it because didn't learn much school. I get a lot of mind. Learning lay rage in life through being an actor and researching character and Rosa definitely definitely stays at the then at the same time quiet wig concepts of time you make film when you'll be working on the phone for four months sometimes and then it finishes and everybody goes home and you're back in England and you're in the program and it felt like a dream and you felt like even happ- with so as I wait and then you back in real life in the stig new was so invested in people you with just absolutely a family like your time felt like this magical dream like whiplash. You'll slow it. Has there been a moment onset in your career where in the moment you realize like. Oh this is this is it. I am an actor. This is what I'm doing. I love this. Is there like a scene or shoot? You could point to that. You had a moment like that. I think trauma and have a moment lead on every film by. I might you trying to just absorbing Adam actually face. Tom Hanks and I'm working on is not as well as doing some seen. Wherever you know that Johnny Depp in a movie we did a big Fifteen minute improvisation scene he requested I slow. Had to go head-to-head tugs Johnny Depp. Wadis improvising blow This is what we signed up for. This is really exciting. Stuff struggle Fan of films that I always get really overwhelmed when I may other axes and I still to this down still like when I was somebody in a folk watching him in films and I try and many films as I can and then you're a fan of their work when you meet him. You're like Oh shit they said. Do you get nervous. Yeah get really nervous chanting. And how do you deal with that because the camera will pick that up? Yeah I don't I get nervous meeting people normally so rate throughs and rehearsals. Once you're onset. I find who goes away? Work GonNA TAKE SOGA. If prepared. I get more interested in the woods than I am of wants. The barriers are broken down and you start to work. It becomes so even playing field. But it's more you know when I made that time in the production office. I know I'm GonNa read through and I'm GonNa be doing through. Its whoever if you could reprise one of your characters. Who would it be good? It'd be fun to go back to Vegas Fifteen years later. What was that like shooting? Twenty one getting to go live. Basically the highlight of shooting a movie. You got to do all the GLITZ and the Glam in the I don't WanNa say stereotypical but in in the Classic Vegas Type Yet a stereotypical alive. Yeah Yeah will allow. It was nuts. It was crazy it was a group. We were young when we will over excited. And we've not. I've never been in Vegas before I didn't know what to expect it kind of blew my mind and we will go way way over excited. We will win crazy weights. Were method shooting the rest of the bill but was loud. I remember we were still living in the casino that we will filming in and we never even leaving to go outside for like five days having being outside and so fresh et for five days because it's really manipulative place in other. Make it like a maze. You kinda get lost and there's not windows is not crux. Nothing's quite real. 'cause I mean yeah you cannot agree to go by for like a week at the most. We were there for over months and we will start gun. Crazy at amend we got so particular pub- in The New York New York casino because it had an Irish bar and an almost did she angled your vote in particular way could almost believe you're Irish Dream of in reality but then you can hear the machines in the background in the background. So yeah we were already great for bus awfully in in in Vegas that man sign by so some things that my young English Brian. I'd never quite seen before in that movie as many movies. You've joked that you get beat up in almost everything you do. Has there ever been a fight choreography mistake? Have you ever actually gotten injured in anything because you do so many teams all the time I get her all the time? It's just never We're GONNA do five. Saint among cuts are used to really enjoy him as well. They really dive in. No riddick But I've had disengaged sodas crank McCullough bone in haunt on. Agnes the actress. I was working with with a sort of knuckledusters fragmin knows. Oh my Gosh I'm just. It's they look so great on camera but they can be so harrods gonNA shooting in real life in an obscene local. Forget get Hutton of as much as I used to. What happens then when you get injured on set so with Agnes cracker? Were you in the middle of shoot and had to keep going or do you call it for the day. They shut the same down so we were on vacation London and we just timed it you know and she just kinda connect you with my nose. Somebody wasn't that bad but there was a blood every ram stuff. The days film in I go sent home everybody panics. Because broke the star of the Shell. We go long way to go so yeah I think we stopped for the day at the hospital. A check out it was just bruised a lot of makeup on it. They did a lot of visual effects too. So smooth over a bit and then the facts. The next day I did a film called upside down in Montreal and I really really must showed up and that will so that one. They had like a full room flipping because Worlds were right on top of each other. You actually had to flip over to change worlds and they had a flipping room. Yeah it was a Whiz gingell in. It's kind of whale anyway. The Room Times upside down and use to stay is the sanctuary they used for so for the Stair. I think he was on the ceilings. And it's amazing. We worked so hard on the shot one shot and it was all done in real time. It was a real thing. Then what's the film you just think? Cj heartbroken nobody was so wowed but this once a flipped upside down right. Is that how you got injured? Then with your show that will Did Land on my head a couple of times when we were doing that but that wasn't what I disagree my show the stunned dentist stunt guy when a bit Rome Gocha overexcited. Knowing that you take things as they come and you don't plan too far ahead. Do you have a dream type role that you would hope comes to you one day. I really don't go Christian la on it's a just oh I just don't have any concept of what's GonNa come next and I'm always surprised when the job becomes what he becomes a love the period of just sort of not knowing in your antennas are often you kind of let the world come to you and tell you what it's GonNa Bay so I really don't. I wouldn't even know where to begin. Oh I WANNA play this on accounts on this. Oh thank you know. I love the like one minute. Are member shoot the way back in. I was trekking across landscapes playing prisoner. Who's just on the edge staying alive and we had to Brown teeth and long bids we don't loss slows away and Coveted Grind Fingernails rule rules starving to death. And then I finished the film. I think it was a month of satellite. I was planning carry tickle Dexter in one day and I was standing in front of a mirror wearing leather trousers and giant showed as long floppy couldn't have looked further from the person I've just been on a month or so ago so I love the pod. A pod spread opinion next. Well I could talk to you for hours but I know that you have a life to get too high. I really love home before dark. I highly recommend everybody watches it on Apple. Tv plus. I am very excited to know that you guys are shooting the second season. 'cause I can't wait to find out what happens. I hope that you get back to it soon until then is there anything else? You WANNA say everybody who stuck in quarantine. Yeah just keep going. You know. It's it's definitely a very interesting period of time in history. You know we're it. So just takes strength that dim star. Just thank you very much for joining us today. This has been. This must be great food. So we're gonNA people on lockdown. They're going to talk to somebody. Thank you very much and Hollywood unscripted was created by Kurt Co media. This special episode of the stuck at home series was hosted by me. Jenny Curtis with guest. Jim sturgis mastering by Michael Kennedy. The executive producer of Hollywood unscripted Stewart Helper in the Hollywood unscripted theme. Song is by Celeste. And Eric Dick make sure to subscribe any special episodes of Hollywood unscripted stuck at home. Stay safe and healthy and thanks for. Listening.
"jim sturgess" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0
"Onto the dude actor? The fake Hartnett. Twenty one is a piece of shit. Jim sturgess the British guy. Yeah He's British blows that game for them fake Hartnett or you. Talking about the other Guy Fisher gets tossed off team. If you've got any questions fire I watched it just last one fisher movies. Probably an idea I I watched. I've seen that movie fifteen times really. I used to love that today. I mean it's in Boston. Gas Tackle do sidekick build a hell of a robot Asia who is the female lead. Kate Bosworth Rock. Brian's brother sister. Brian Bosworth the boss. The boss were sister. Yes fun fact you mean buzzer sister of Scott fucking shit miles my alley and a different movie not a movie that I wanna see either. Listen do listener questions towards the end but there's one that's very fitting for the subject. I'll kate was also Emma in remember tight. Yeah very racist and various around though did lead Gaber tear losing his leg is the reason bird tears dead. Yes it's true because if he would've just went to John I gotta go. I gotta go within. Why would have been driving slower? He wouldn't sped up not looking at the road with early me if he would have. Went with 'em Cherry Hill to race down. Oh Kevin Osha asked her to get out of there after they won down beat. Kevin O'Shea down Cherry Hill one time Rick Moranis Day. Oh Shit I don't start. What were you saying about Emma? I honestly better would have been a more believable story. If she was topping him off in the front seat and he was one of the game leave and she said No. I mean she's got in that with Gary and then he's still arguing. Yes because he's willing to get along with black people and she's not and she just can't handle it so that's a whole movie. What do you think he was going to do who Gary besides loses legs? He didn't know what he wants to get out of there. And all that racist bullshit now. He's probably going to lake. May With the moon is going to crush peers for sure. I duNNO GARY. Lives in the film room. Someone reminded what's because he was in the hospital for a lot of how because he wasn't in the line where he gets beat stealing. Was the little girl skating. Beat like stole something. Mr. That's hot. She gets on yet. They always talk talk about how he was a liability on out on the edge for that team burned anytime. You can't keep up with them. He couldn't keep up with a day in the end title. It's a modern day like that movie. Obviously good football movie. Yes by crushed. You forget which football movie they did pretty recently. That was fucking tarrant. Iron Gag Greg. It was about like this little who they one hundred something straight games talking about. Hoover High Got Florida. Jim Caviezel is the head coach. Remember what remember the movie that just came out now like a green tea. I three all Americans. Green Marooned is GonNa Bother me. They're blue face. The head coach to keep guessing. I'm I'm trying to. I can't even pull up a name for you. I'll find it now Friday night Friday night off lights or something like that's not what it was called for. Sure I'm just GONNA keep carrying on this conversation as long as Boston. Because he has a.
"jim sturgess" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Since we've had the joker and it's GonNa Singular origin story I just wondered if you've had any thoughts the plate any marvel characters getting treatment so I'd like to see the demand the ball story don thoughts demanded a ball Tony is Oklahoma so just like one off stories just done dusted no worries about continuation interest so like a joker Ash Carter still for example yeah finding out we're still broken up that's room flexing genre in someone will serious comedic I don't WanNa see something got completely gone back show mental you know really dark and not definitely wouldn't want to see something unconnected because I think the model the MTA moves what really well because they understand the tone and they understand the characters so well I would worry I feel like what is giving them that I'm quite happy for them to do stuff like that in what if something like Marvel zombies for example I personally hoovering wouldn't be infected it doesn't make any sense but but like stuff like that you could do in store in and just ignore the rest of the time sixteen though is the one that I'd probably go for I just thought that was really charming and weird and funny and you could do that just on its own and it would never connect anything yes and that would be fun so let's see sixteen or to those of you who don't know it basically all the marvel characters rise in Lisbon Times which is weird how cool for costumes oh they'd have they'd be listen I'm telling you to be amazing so yeah that doesn't oh we're talking about adaptations the hulk future imperfect which is a great I think we're just two issue run but it was a fairly lengthy issues by David who is the Hulk writer in which the hulk has become a tyrant in the future called the maestro it's really really great really interesting that'd be good one and deserves a shot I don't know he forget it because of the contractual thing but he deserves a solo movie Ruffalo shoe play him an Colombo at the same time going John from letterkenny it I'm not so bad I love listening to the podcast illustrating very contested so new terminator film coming up very soon the last two the last two Terminator Films Tennessee of blowing their load in the trailers with regards supply twelve thirteen years so what are your what examples of movies shall we say spoiling themselves and the trailer would would you like to highlight or to flip on its head what films are you so impressed that the goodness it was amazing I remember being really impressed by the trailer for seven this is really going back I don't know VHS on the cover of empire the trailer for seven made it look like an average buddy cop comedy it does like I like it looked like a good film I wanted to but it looked like any other buddy comedy or not comedy drama and I was just like oh I was not prepared for what I saw when I saw that movie so that that's the one that springs to mind in terms of holding back but I mean there was there was it's the final shot and okay some shots make the trailer and don't make the film so maybe you're not sitting there waiting for it but maybe you are and you have to wait the entire film for the final show took care Shaw colored speeding towards where layer is on the ship and I don't feel like you've been conned but at the same good stuff it's all smoke and mirrors rather than Bayton switch which is why I'm really intrigued by this race stuff in the sky will trailer because that was like a big read right into my face thank you so much for listening next time goodbye.
"jim sturgess" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Cavs Defenders Endgame Sally I think our producers tried to Brevet and say no no we're keeping we're keeping we were I actually every review and everything about it would have to I say it's not about the it's not based on the book by Sally Rooney so that's that's not necessarily what you want no it's not that normal people and then they go right so it was never encounter handles like a big board full of ideas imports so important we've changed it we think it's actually a much better title we love the new title because it is a love story and that was what we really felt about it when we came to it that we thought it was really unusual love story and that's great if that's the first thing that an audience is going to understand the and ordinary love is a love story about the small moments on the big challenges that go into long-term love along the with breast cancer so it's a story about the journey dot this couple go on together a journey that they go together as much as possible but of course it's a very different journey if you're the one who is suffering from this illness on the one who is the partner of that person who's doing so so it is about the journey that concert journey but ultimately it's really about the seasons under cycles of a long term relationship and it really celebrates a I think a connection between two people that keeps them both afloat was at the off your written by all McCafferty yeah I mean I think one of the things I mean coming off the back of good vibes which was a completely different thing really I mean abs is kind of like trying to harness chaos and in many ways it was in on the shoot and just so it suited the subject matter I think adb much more intimate was somebody would want to to work with very for years we've had a couple of slightly false starts with that and Dan this came along at home to partner and our production company is a lifelong friend of Owens Okay and the story is based on fact a woman wife went through this journey he's going on and dramatized events so there are certain things that happened in our film it did not into when Peggy Burke but certainly they experienced this journey and as you mentioned a tremendous chasms principally of course by by Jason and Lesley Manville and I think as Liam's first Northern Irish movie for donkey's years as they say over here you have five minutes of Heaven I think maybe would be the last one almost persuade them to put on the gun so hard he did ask occasionally onset if it was time for him to kill someone with a rolled up newspaper he had a gun done a sock from this just as there so was he wasn't easy Silverman Liam is a great theater actor a serious actor so you know we always knew that we always there's other material that he will enjoy apart from action films we had been talking to him about another project in the last couple of years one which in the way of many many films just sort of didn't quite get to this point being made so but we having to talk to him got to normal little bit we just had a sense the sort of interesting above the sort of stories that he might be interested in telling when this one came along and we just read the first draft and we heard his voice in it really was written for you're a man of that age from here and I think that's one of the things that he really liked about it the chance to play a character who is quite similar to himself yeah into this yeah probably quite rare to send the first draft to an actor but yeah he's he he connected with it and I think he adhere his own voice in it so I mean actually then when when Liam Niessen becomes touched your project things move quite quickly and there was a when new to shoot and everybody moves really fast and he was instrumental in bringing Lesley Manville is amazing actress onboard. Well I mean to be honest we unwanted Lesley Manville you know because we have been huge fans of hers since you know the her earliest films with you know when she mike Leigh's movies I know her well for three hundred threat many of the other things we just we've just been huge fans and we just had a feeling that not just something about both lemon lasley they both have this quality of naturalism you can you believe them when they're on screen you're convinced by the emotion the reality of everything that they're doing death but they can also bring a real lightness and humor as well and so we just had a feeling that they might be a great dynamic together Liam Sir team was really keen to have leslie too so we just hope there would be a great chemistry we were excited about bringing those two great actors together on screen we thought we you know we would love to see them if we if we saw them headlining movie we would think that exciting combination of actors so they never worked before the never met actually really yeah yeah everybody you know had a whole connection of everybody that they knew and they never met so that's interesting that Leeann tailored towards the for this in terms of suggestion or having never met her so pills it was meant to be in it I think she'd obviously worked with Daniel Day. armed with him yeah and I think you know everyone you know let's these between incredible work for years and then I suppose recently with fund thread and she's Liam Liam like us had been a fan of last for a while and this part seemed really right for her so so we were delighted it was a real privilege to to bring the two together onscreen for the first time so you you hit it out there that you know a couple of projects post good vibrations got close to the starting line and then did you make it over the starting line yes that's the life of a direct sadly especially I guess working in the British film industry working at a certain legit level as as well I mean how tough is it quite frankly in this market to get a movie like list may yet it's I mean it's really tough I mean I mean probably we're had to your three projects and those things can be cast you know you can get it to a point where everybody likes the script and then you need to get past that and cast that will finance it and all becomes a kind of a crazy cycle and really have to get permits to align I mean so much of it is is seems to be movie gods the three films that were Philly cost and just waiting for green night and then whatever reason in great costs as well you know up solid cast that you would have assumed would complete finance and then things just drift apart and how do you deal with a do to be quite stoic about why philosophical yeah I mean when we were doing vibes we had we thought we had lots of projects on the go but we actually didn't and so good vibes really felt like all our eggs in one basket and we're married couple fell acquitted maybe bet the farm on that so that was a challenge and good vibes had many times where it really doesn't happen in finance collapsed we lost we were at the brink of doing it and then financiers pulled out and their money elsewhere and collapsed and cut these things start again and that sort of happens it's not like a we'll start the second a couple of weeks you literally talk that would be another year minimum could be two years you know so it's a tough journey whereas whereas I think we do have many more projects we understand that you need to have more projects 'cause sadly some invariably will fall away and Yeah you just need to have this stuff that's right was good vibrations at one point you know it was coming up to Christmas and I think something it just and we talked on the phone over Christmas with producers and said well you know maybe we can you know get together with some friends and you know just shoot a few scenes on the we ends you know if we can you know a couple of cameras they can show up and this naturally where we were on depressing just yeah yeah and then again the movie goes curve kicked into gear something happened we go newfound we BBC films came aboard and then quite quickly we got it shot but there was a year or two where we okay we're going to be shooting it in months time gonNa be and then you put everything on hold and then in two months time there's another delay so yes we you you just have to have a lot of things going on it's Kinda sad in a way it's sort of a five year gap I don't mind the modulation of kind of developing for a little bit and then shooting and then editing and post production and then back into devout them you've kind of an interesting journey but but if you know if development goes on and on it ceases to be interesting because incredibly stressful gap between projects on C. becomes increasingly Kubrick it's funny because when you meet people who don't do what we do they sort of think that for those five or six I have kind of been doing nothing just be Mitch about Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah we're writing scripts when we've we've we've got a few checks on the boil but you never quite know what's going to happen next what's going to get to that point next absolutely you're talking about how difficult it is get me films in the current climate and with the British film industry is one thing Ah You guys is that you're very focused as well you're based here you're focusing Northern Ireland Intel in northern are stories as well but is that going to change is something that lanes important for you anyway that wasn't particularly intentional I felt the other films that we were we have made three feature films here which has been incredible we've built up an amazing team of collaborators and the crews here are extraordinary as everyone has said I mean both Lemon Leslie when they came to here very early on in the shoot work both came up and said how mazing home as they were by the quality of the crews and everything was working but no we didn't you mean to keep me here necessarily we a couple of films that we were going to be shooting in between we're not set here one was Paris and other England we always joke that every film that's not set here we'll just end up being on the lagging with a smoke I'm somebody will always be Paris but it's fine we're working on it and whatnot but anyway but it's not that we don't want to obviously we love sitting here because we do have great friends and crew and collaborators and but I mean also you want to tell stories that are kind of think apart or from good vibrations which was very much centered around Northern Ireland the other two features we've made were it was an incident backdrop to a degree they were story universal stories that could have been set and where but it was nice in a way to use the background it's Taylor and it's specific but it's not those films not to do with the subjects that people might associate that's what I mean we do have we actually have another project another northerner project in development you know there's very specifically about here okay probably it's time awesome Meta also there are so many stories there are so many stories still to tell from this place and about this place so it's a very rich source for us and we're very proud to make films here we've also had great report from northern screen and organizations like that so we'll hope to we'll hope to do both maybe I'll say this as someone who left or their own twenty years ago but I think it is important that you guys are making films set here and are shooting films here as well I think that's an incredibly important and quite frankly what does Paris have the Bambridge doesn't exactly passion Clarisa big needle thing but bambridge has the cut yes which is I don't know if you guys ever been to Bambridge but it's a bridge over road in the middle of a town it's got a sculpture garden.
"jim sturgess" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"From no? Get to be a Solman kill the person you will born to be in order to become the person you wanna be. I'm thinking of changing my name to Elson that's night. Already has me smiling. Tell me this was a good movie really good care negative, please, please a young Elton, John. And this is really a here's what makes this different from bohemian, rhapsody just gonna get a lot of comparison shirt, but he mean ramp said he was almost like watching a documentary about Queen that involve them onstage or in-studio singing their biggest hits lip synching along. I mean obviously the actors were singing, okay? And. If a documentary at times, this is a movie. This is a story. And it is the story of Elton John and his writing partner. Bernie Taupin wrote all the lyrics meeting as kids and creating this world of Elton John and it, it is about Elton's screwed up childhood. It doesn't. It doesn't shy away from drugs, sex rock and roll, and. What I really liked about. It was that it used lyrics of Elton John songs to tell the story of Elton John's light. Did you ever see a cross the universe? I didn't know it was a it was Evan Rachel wood, and Jim Sturgess was probably like ten plus years ago, and it was a Beatles music. Okay. And it's not like when you're watching the movie like this one, it's Elton songs, but they're not performed the same way exactly tells the story. And now there is some Elton concert footage, you might say, but that's not what this movie's about think of using. Goodbye yellow brick road. Great song, but using the lyrics to kind of tell a specific story. Hydro man already drawn. It has a feel of a musical without big concert movies. If you go to bohemian rhapsody because you want to hear the Queen music away. It was recorded you go to see rocket man to learn about Elton John. I agree. I agree east side as well. Let's see. I really liked it. And I thought it again, it is a movie it tells a story. Far from perfect. Don't get me wrong. I, I don't want people to be disappointed thinking, I'm just gonna go see an Elton, John concert movie. That's not what you're going to see. You're absolutely not going to see that. You're going to see a young Elton, John, reg Reginald? Dwight that was his name names. Reginald. No kidding. I call him Reggie. Reggie. Yeah. Wait a second. That's not Reggie. And you see how he took dysfunction how he took his own sexuality how he how he dealt with it with drugs and alcohol badly, by the way and. And how he managed to turn his life around. I mean, I don't think I'm giving secrets here Elton John. He's been sober for twenty eight years. He talks about that. It's a big deal but prior to that he was drunk for twenty eight. He went from one extreme to the other and a credit to Elton in again just an amazing story for a pretty unique artist. I think we could be could say kind of regardless right? What do you give the movie's called rocket, man? The story of Elton on the one to five skelly give it a four and a half really. I really like okay, so I know that bohemian rhapsody. Yeah. Got some Oscar nods, and even wards possibly for this. Yes. I think so. I think I think, turn.
"jim sturgess" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"Crazy. I didn't I didn't think I was going to get any of that. Got me there. I wonder how long you really won't say anything about this movie. All I know so far as the title, it's called geo store, she hosts too. I didn't know about it. So there's is it drug Butler. Yeah. I do know that now main may I should have done that that dude Jim Sturgess that was in like him. Twenty one. I think with right is that what we had easy Beatles. Yeah. Yeah. Cross university. That did I really can't think of anyone else who was in. It's about a satellite that controls the weather for the world. And then the president Andy Garcia in this movie. Imprisons a Mexican. Studies show that to Trump's staff. Forgot Andy Garcia was in until I said, the president and. Ed, Harris is the number one guy. His whatever is side kick. What would you call it? The vice president, maybe. Call kim. I don't think he was the vice. Secretaries. They signed something Ed Harris, really the majority with. I don't know what he was. He was something we were combo. I think it was at Harris. We're gonna play a game about movies, right? I should know this. But yeah, it was just it's a satellite that controls the weather for the whole world and some things some things go awry, the world gets shitty, weather, and it all turns into geo storm it congeals all these little storms Geel into a big short for the word congealed. Geel geo could you store congealed? And then there's a big storm and Jim Sturgess saves the day or no Gerard Butler saves the day. Went from not knowing much about it to knowing more than I needed. You're forced to talk about Geos forced to. Remember earlier today, you said you saw geo storm, and I didn't even have a follow up question. Yeah. Just changed immediately. Chad. What was the last movie you saw I watched can you ever? Forgive me, though. One with Melissa McCarthy, and Richard grant is very good luck. They got nominated for some stuff then both of them got on a good good..
"jim sturgess" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Sixteen from always going to happen next. Not this time amber herd stars in London fields as a fem fatale. Who knows one of the men she's seeing Feo James, Jim Sturgess or Billy? Bob Thornton is going to kill her. Instead, it was the movie that was dead on arrival. It opened in six hundred thirteen theaters and made just one hundred sixteen thousand dollars about one hundred ninety dollars per theater one of the worst debuts in recent history. In Hollywood, I'm David Daniel. The time is five twenty six people in Annapolis are calling for Justice for several unsolved murders ahead on daybreak here. From the father of a victim who says it isn't just about his son. A program designed to teach teens about how to spot and deal with drug abuse is expanding find out how your kids can get involved after the break. This is daybreak on wish TV in Ninety-three WIBC mobile news. With the cold chip. I am seeing signs of Halloween everywhere. People are bringing their pumpkins to Beverly Hills to have enlarged. Today at three on NBC four then a new bride paid to have her wedding gown preserved but months later as Kali emailing texting. And then there's just silence NBC four response track down, the owner of this company to get answers and address today on news forty five. We know Josh full shoe all full, Jerry what you do to.
"jim sturgess" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"But at twelve, you're like, I want to direct was directing produce and right. I mean, I wanted to do it all it was. I want wanna do it all. Yeah. Yeah, so so I did by h twenty-five. I owned my first company which was postproduction. So I came in through editing and started in commercials and music videos, which helped my, I guess, designed my visual dialogue but also learned the importance of the second of the ten seconds. You know how much you can how much store you can tell. So that was a great area to learn. And then I started writing and wrote my first feature who Paul Rudd start in. Really, which has that? Well, actually I was. I directed that one. Pardon me? I didn't write that one. It was called size of watermelons. Okay. And it was kind of I love you man kind of story line and we had we had a blast. I think we shot it in ten days in Venice beach. The first film I wrote was called stone angel, which was actually a movie a book, Margaret Laurence book and other movie I wrote it was called fifty dead men walking with Ben Kingsley, Jim Sturgess, and I was very proud of that film. We all were who worked on it because it was about a time in history that I knew very little about which was the the troubles in Ireland and you know, saving lives and ratting out your neighbor. You know what that conundrum was. So you know, I always love to dig into, you know these tough stories to tell so handmade when it came along was absolu-. Lutely my sweets boss. Yeah. So you've directed how many episodes with three or four ally? Four. This year in one last year. Okay. So this is my forever question. I will watch a season of a show and it will have a through line in a certain continuity in the episodes look like they all belong together. Then I'll look at the credits in realize every episode was directed by somebody else. How do you guys do that? Like I go into an episode and say, I'm directing mish episode. I'm gonna make it my own, but it also needs to be part of this larger unit and make sense in the midst of that larger forest. Well, I think it I, it's show dependent on how much licensor given to bring your unique visual style to.
"jim sturgess" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?
"P a u l a s k and i'll answer your questions about life love your job or the movie that we watched last week which was of course geo storm let's get into it right now our first call is from aaron in atlanta who has some inside scoop hey paul this is aaron in atlanta georgia i just finished watching geo store which i worked on i worked on the principal photography and the reshoots and i thought i could share a little insight in regards to what all we re shop which was quite a lot so just a quick couple things to point out just a few brief things that we reshot anything involving utah is a reshot scene was not in the original shoot any scene involving gerard butler's daughter was reshot in that senate hearing towards the beginning both his arrival the hearing it self and then his exit with jim sturgess in the hallway all of that reshot so quite a bit by my estimate i'd say close to eighty percent of the film seems like it was reach out it was a fun film to work on but clearly they had some issues with what we originally worked on so yeah what you see is what we've got anyway love the show hope to see you guys down here in atlanta sometime.
"jim sturgess" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"They know the score yes this movie is confuses also fucking confident that what they're doing is like a great action movie or whatever that it's taking its up so seriously at least with the asylum they'd be like canada this is and garbage just give us eighty three min i don i think you're going to really and i mean i don't believe i'm saying this but are you recommending this movie oh in the course contrary though critic in the world no no it's it's awful don't see it i was gonna say i think in euros asylum movie you're really going to half the thirst for the base charm of jim sturgess i will say if you like this movie you belong in an asylum ago i would recommend it i don't like it it's bow but you're right it's too soft serious what what's wrong with two steward shitty action oneliners or something like no yoweri dumb they go your dr while they do do that but then they also do the serious shit which makes it even worse in honour kite said and undercut and also like i'm sorry everybody if i am getting this like disaster movie and whatever you can also have the the gravity space station movie any plan also have fucking three days of the condor going oh my god you have this cast like the the the german woman who too she's the woman from downfall i'll right and she in the end debater meinhof complex she's been in a really good movies and i mean look i think the thing of it is is like and you can't have this.
"jim sturgess" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"Phil perry all right that's the universe retire forgot about that like a boarded cinematic yeah but as threetimes they failed that one already dracula untold mummy in what else i made that up through also preview here modell toro was supposed to be in charge of it but then leg antibiotics apple and decided to do anything else i have been i might have been better if he was so yeah on earth as it is in heaven on earth chimps sturgis is getting the idea that there is something going on he talks to some hacker friend of his i think it's julia roberts thrown covering the fucking pelican brief as he beats from a buddha atlanta oh she's his funny original anna she's good in this is funny but like it's just a character nobody wants unlicensed another character it's also this character is there to facilitate like you still foc and that secret service check or what these of water you draw colonel brown will idle governance who could service do he's a eighty years old that up out we're fucking i'm going to put this picture of john malkovich over your attended night but yeah he's like hey i can't access this thing and she's like so one and it happens all the time and he was like no i can't access like the satellite info for this whole area and she's a commercial agree computer missouri the dumbest part of this entire movie i think is so dry butler understood something bad is going on the space station jim sturgess them staying something bad going on on earth they have we should say that jarred butler lives through then oh yeah he makes the added counter and the cereal and back and he secretly gets the hall crime and gets back into the base acts like he doesn't have that's right so that the saboteur will be thrown off the trail of this but somehow gerard butler his hip to that but he's only been on the space station for like 10 minute he's addressing listen because he he fell or whatever is happening now spacewalk and he's like i can't get his.
"jim sturgess" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"And a good job those relay walk in and talk and like in the bad so then jim sturgess is like all right dude here's the spoiler i just was made president of this thing and your fuck and fire yeah and the three years in the future this thing is breaking down and we're having a meeting in the situation room its president andy garcia secretary of state ed harris mayor winning a ham is here for two seconds and i think this is another like word kind of deleting account after here i fear there was maher winning ham she was part of the rat the bratpack the girlfriend and turner and huge okay so know she doesn't act a lot the essays but let me put mare winningham in the movies for razors and she's just i don't even think she speaks really she's values like his one line idiot lace seen and then that's it but then so it's like this big thing there's a bunch of people around this table and been jim sturgess is off to the side and it's your usual washington claptrap and thirdly emphasizing this whole thing at jim sturgess is like three or four thousand people died so if you were talking about people's la z romanov american okay okay jim an anti garcia's like cut damn it that man is right i will not acknowledge anything that man says until he could a haircut that's been the rule for a very long time we've we've got one in here you know god many baba's actually haircut like that duty he could be duping andy garcia in those oceans move i know that strict over these though it's got to be aware of those oceans boise.
"jim sturgess" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"They're like oh it's gonna be like this big ice storm and like people are like batard so moore either they drive down this one block that has fake snow in it and like frozen construction workers and achieve as as a joe the ju it's just like oh you got geo stormed i like one has any real reaction to this or cares and it's always got like it's got it's got like less than it's a thirty three zero three hundred thousand or less views on youtube will which was which seems low for warner brothers ethic they did three hundred thousand or less admissions two this movie i would say if you know it's going to really sucked what to do when you the last living human being and like two thousand twenty four and you watch that video and you're like yes cher was fun to talk about climate change that way what are praying it's a prank by the chinese by the way um so there's afghanistan freezes they bring everyone in for this cabinet meeting we discovered that jim sturgis is romancing abby coroner shoes a secret service agent for you know for reasons what does she birmingham three billboards who she in three bill boys woody harrelson she's a second buildings and sucker punch i got through she as let me tell you i'm sure she is a perfectly nice merson this is a reprehensible performance and listen it's probably not all on her those john allowed to hear the writing this rupiah terrible horrid but jesus christ every time this character opens its mouth i was like you have to stop this it just it's supposed to be like super serious but also flirty which is a very hard thing to pull off and it just comes off like robotic the entire it's like would jim sturgess said as nieta he's all like we're like you know you you love me and i know you're secret service like would you take a bullet like if it if they're terrorist chris coming or something shoes rice like would you saved the president or would you save me and she says the president right the and also it's important to know that they are engaged to be mayor right so you know this is going to laugh that's why you fool your loyal.
"jim sturgess" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
"The british guy is the guy behind in inserting the virus south a lot of money that was why don't you want to say it all obviously doesn't because he built the the machine to stop it from happening are trying to convey death anyway he has a anyway so they have to they have to reset geo storm era left a race at jia still the dutch boy article eight a lady they have to they have to ray said it to take purge the virus and if they don't a j o storms going to happen could have been in order to get the in order to reset geo still me need the reset codes and the race said codes of the fingerprints and retina scans of the president yes so that's why they have to work together yes but in oil and also the selfdestruct is happening on the the just on the on the dutch boy which dice which was in the virus so did i said that i think is in the virus thing was in the vars also yet so but nad point the day he's he's fighting jerry butlers fighting the british guy british guy pulls out a gun yep and what i enjoy about it is literally this station is exploding mike pieces of flying off it and they still just hanging out but then the british guy like shoots a window these got accidentally any blasted added into space i enjoyed that a lot the letter from wasn't a lot of fun anyway so the 'brava and abby cohen a rather and abby cornish to think that the president is responsible for this so that like we're going to kidnap the president trick to you might get him get him to switch it off but the so then nitel ed harris that that is the deal and it harasses like well you need you need to know that the caught up the bruce sets which is blah blah t just tells them the information they need why would he why would you you'd be like oh cool the the race the reset codes were in that room yeah and then shooting bijur tonight also he has jim sturgess haircut has his back to ed harris.
"jim sturgess" Discussed on Double Toasted
"I would agree with that and it just like these characters in the movie adjust the that we don't care about them at a one more fucking drama from them i wanna see people burned alive i wanna see people crushed i wanna see people tournament frozen stakes you know i don't want to see i don't i don't really care about this drama that was a thing about arm again armageddon knew how to like brain is crew win and has gone on it was goofy yet armageddon cast k character actors throughout it so legs is like right away you kind of word dear to these people and you supporting care to the no better back to work the worst they get no time in the in in the time they do get then not give anything do abby cornish she's a she works for the secret service and added cornering but the secret service he's supposed to be tough female hoping thing is to like just scale work with our brows and never really a remote i mean she wasted in this movie ever learn is she gives like this and she's abinet of bear going on with it's a secret affair because they can't really be together with jim sturgess new and you will on and can't ninova to have this it's like this girl can never in the movie she can never drop her job personality and be a real person around here now in on it doesn't work you have a love story these people need to be real people but it's dick crew that they try to bring in i hate it gives him armageddon but you had a crew people who care to act as you really care about the up with a little punch you head they dish it that made them bond yeah they had some personality to them you can't have steve shemi be bland in the movies just to weirdlooking yeah exactly in here this crew that they present they carded they try to give them some smart as lines to try to get money lines but it doesn't work you know we don't we don't get to know these people and therefore we don't care so why spin either spend more time on the disaster abilities characters up but they don't.
"jim sturgess" Discussed on Double Toasted
"That's not my problem anymore that i am calling on because other than your daughter and your precious soccer club dutch boy was all you advocated down upon once care that you don't care no and what are you doing levin here that's a good point an animal sleep with your questions like that are a little brother still sean i'm a jagged dumb of the book while you're there applicant jim sturgess from long island maybe led note that mean that accent they don't know because even the movie they say it like i guess like the bill makers know that the accent is kind of crazy they say like a drop in he says i am a little brother we're from with blue born in the uk who were born in the uk what the american parents who have scottish acid in the uk manhattan and he slides it like you could tell like draw boilers trying to put on some would have an american accent but he's slides in and out of it bother me then mussan yeah and then embodiment that much i mean look the deal is that i actually like drop butler he's making some bamboozled people hold that against him i think the guy's a lot charisma i like him jim sturgess even like you don't see this got too much but i know that this guy can do better i like him they you know this is the he's drugbusters get he's going for that action lead male star thing in it's just the move that he's picking but that a not helping he's trying to be sorts an acre basically i think he's more trying to be bruce willis yet.
"jim sturgess" Discussed on Double Toasted
"That's not my problem anymore that i am calling on because other than your daughter and you precious soccer club dutch boy was all you gave it down upon once caroline wozniacki no and what are you doing live in here like that's a good point an animal sleep questions like why a little brother still showing i'm up your dumbovic while you're there applicant jim sturgess from long island maybe that mean that accent they'd only knowing because even movie they say it like i guess like the bill makers know that the accident is kind of crazy yeah they say like a drop bellen he says they are me and my little brother a month with born in the uk who were born in the uk k the american pair its have scottish acid we are born in the uk manhattan and he slides it like you could tell like drop others trying to put on some would have an american accent but he's slides in and out of it weird bother me that muhsin i and then him in that much i mean look the deal is that i actually like drop butler he's making some bamboozled people home that against him i think the guy's a lot of charisma i like him jim sturgess even like you don't see this got too much but i know that this guy can do better i like him they you know this is he's drugbusters get he's going for that action lead male star pain in his the move that he's picking for that a not helping he's trying to be worth an acre basically i think he's more of trying to be bruce willis yet.