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"jonny quest" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:09 min | 6 months ago

"jonny quest" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Like, OK, I'm gonna go, Cedric, you're now. And then in the later on, I mean, still did a lot of movies and TV and he got a couple of boosts in the nineties with just shoot me playing the Jack Gallo, the rival of Donald Trump, I guess. And then late lately, he was tops in the Goldbergs, which is still on TV today, Just a really cool guy and and also loved Dixieland jazz sang and played the banjo. He actually released an album in the seventies. No, I don't own it. I wish I did Once again, I just admire like their range of death of care. Sure it's that they played in all the movies that they did. Yeah, even though there was a TV there was a reboot of of the animated Syriza of the Real Adventures of Jonny Quest, and he was Dr Quest. That's right. He wa So I'm like the 19 sixties virgin where race band looks like Mike Pence on all the All the millions died doing you don't get me started on Haji So, Yeah, no, no, no. No way We could talk about Dr Question Raised, but what? We're not gonna do that, exactly. And then there was a third person who also passed away The last couple weeks to Jessica Walters is Isa rarity in this business. That's I mean, credits go all the way back to the fifties and the 1st 10 films like the Group and Grand Prix. I mentioned Bride by Braverman, Number one, which is football movie with Charlton Heston. But the thing that she got her big claim the same early in her career was she played she played the stalker in clinics would play Misty for me, which which I said, is the mother of fatal attraction when it comes to your stalker thrillers doing play Misty for me he was of the detail had like the Though the long plane real the real tape was really like, Yeah, Like five minutes long, big old plot points in that film for that is fun for a DJ is going, really You're gonna do that, You know, constantly worked on TV. I watched her doing up. So the Columbo in it work out of retrospect. Um, you know, going ape? Okay, that's that's not very good. But Golden Girl Concorde Airport 79. I was trying to find the moment where I think she went from obviously younger woman because because a lot of lot of black tresses once they hit 30 or 40, the part's kind of shrivel up, but she constantly work. I remember. There's a film called The Flamingo Kid, a really Nice Summer Summer Beach movie with Matt Dillon and Richard Crenna, and she plays the house where the wife of Richard Crenna is character, and you could see the early stages of what would be the second half of her career. Of course, the two big Titan roles he had in the second half Her career was arrested, development and as the voice one the voices in the animated series Archer. Um, it's the nobody could hold a cocktail glass and roll their eyes and give you shade any better than Jessica Walter. That, my friend that I have to grow the You're absolutely correct. We have things up with matches so seem just a bit. You're listening to the weekend edition of adult large 93 WNBC Any Smith here whether.

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"jonny quest" Discussed on X96

X96

08:25 min | 7 months ago

"jonny quest" Discussed on X96

"Big boy news and opinion window. Boner of the week. All that on the way crawling towards the exit. Oh, it's long Division day. That's another thing. Purple Day for that, Do you? Purple Week? L know what you're talking about all week. One division. But right now, it is best question. So let's get to it before you came through, everybody. We got it. We got a flood of best questions. And And don't worry. We're gonna hang on to those. And perhaps if we don't read yours today, yours will get red on the different Friday when we do best question of the week. Keep them coming radio from Helen x 96 dot com. Katie What is our best question today? Today comes from Missy Parrish says What cartoon character. Would you see yourself married to you in the situation? They're all single. Mm. Carpe some character. Well, Jane Jetson Jail, Jetson. You notice in our last break, we said even stupid questions. And I think that we picked the dumbest one. But Jane Jetson When I think of Jane Jetson. I remember the part in the opening of the Jetsons, where where she's asking her husband for money, and he pulls out his wallet. It takes a couple bucks out, and then she grabs the whole wallet and just leaves him. That's you. You want to be married to that woman? That SSM consequences here, Bill? Yeah, Yeah. Yeah, Gina, because she's just like all women, you know? They just want money. I know J. Now if I could be married to Jane and Judy at the same time. Wait a minute now. Mother Daughter? Yes, Weird. That's weird. You went weird Bill. What on I also like Betty Rubble. Also kind always like Betty Rubble. Yeah, there was a deal with Betty. Key and she and bar I wouldn't want to break up that relationship. That they do have a good relationship. You have to admit. So Yeah, but Jane change. It's all right. Woody. What he what he woodpecker? No Woody from toy story. Why would he Mighty because he's he's he's He takes care of everything. But there's a snake in his boot takes care of everything. He's looking out for everybody, and he tries to please everybody, Gina and that never works. They Everybody looks to Woody to make everything better. And he's He's the moral compass of whatever group he's in. Everybody waiting. We consider him a punk cartoon character specifically. I mean, he's animated. Yeah, but he's like a what do you call that kind of animation? That's a computer animation. So you have to decide whether you're a purist or not. Oh, we're going to go down that are you? Are you winning? Kissed? No, I guess I'm not in English. It's Zwart e for me. Really? He can ride a horse. He's a gentleman. Okay, okay. I will go with the absolute sexiest cartoon character. Velma from Scooby Doo. She's Yeah, she's smart. She's hot. She's well. She's very smart, too. Yes, that's true, but she's hot. It's It's the I think it's the sweater. You know, the base answer would be Jessica Rabbit. Obvious one. Yeah, but but you want to be married to Jessica Rabbit? I think that's like trouble. She does seem like a trouble magnet and also think about it. She was an alcoholic, I think, think about it. She has sex with rabbits, okay? Think about that. You know, Uh, I don't think you wanna be married to her. You but that that's a fun weekend. You only married to that exact But that's a weekend in Toontown. Right there. There you go Weekend and then you walk away. You rub the you rub the ink off of your You know, itself and and pretend it never happened. And then just have fun memories when you're old, you know you look up missing. Grandpa. What're you smiling about? Francisco E. None of your damn business. You don't need to know you want to tell me about her? No, I don't know. Clark search. This is true at Sorry, Betty Veronica from Archie Comics. Which do you choose those? The question I will answer. Just they go together. Betty and Veronica keeps angle in For Del. You keep doing this more plural, You know? All right, Listen. I was born and raised in Utah. That's true. Your last name is all red. You're polygamist roots or build your tune Polygamist. If you have to choose you have to decide. I mean, Betty would be loyal to you for life. And would love you forever. However, with Veronica, you got Daddy's money there. Yeah. Yeah, I go with Veronica. Man. If I had to make a choice, go the money. And you're not wrong. Texter like I didn't even dawn on me. Why? Why? I was so attracted to Woody because his voice by Tom Hammond. Thanks. That's he is that's part of it. Let's see someone is saying Luanne from King of the Hill. I don't know. She She also seems like she's more trouble. Race. Bannon from Jonny Quest, Mike Pence. Here's the thing about race, Bannon. Is that his? His solution to everything is to throw a barrel at it. You know it. Z work some of the time holiday. Let me throw a barrel at it, all right. Let's see. People are agreeing with me on Velma. It's the sweater and the glasses combo. Let's see. Clearly, the answer is Lola Bunny from space, Jim Oh, I just found an article. Uh, it's 15 cartoon characters. We secretly fancied female Cartoon characters. Hmm. Here, Betty Rubble. Mm. Penelope, Pit stop. Oh, yes, I remember Penelope Pit stop from the wacky races. Daphne from Good for you. Everyone went after Daphne because she you know, she was tall, pretty one. But Velma was really behind all the cartoon Wonder woman is pretty pretty hot. Yeah, She's all right. Yeah. Shit. Tara. I don't know who cheat Tara from Thundercats. Oh, yeah, Well, I'm sure you're up to this. Is there No men in this one? I'm sorry, Gina. Okay. Sorry. Now, Ariel The Mermaid. She seems a bit young. Yeah, I think she woz. But I mean, in the original story, she wasn't you know the Yeah, well, Marr made, But then there's this villainous evil Lyn from he, man. Oh, yeah, I don't know. She seems like a lot of trouble. Betty Rubble, Betty Boop. Yeah, She's got that kind of misshapen head, though it could be a problem. They're sort of odd. Let's see Catwoman. She ra Princess. Battle of the planets. The princess from Battle of the planets. Yes. Oh, yes! Oh, yeah. Princess April O'Neil. Jasmine from Aladdin. Yeah, she was on my list is wealth, but really the proper answer. Is Lana Kane from Archer. Mm. What? Why is that? Not only incredibly hot but incredibly smart and would take care of everything okay? And would protect you and would just be great Lana Kane from Archer. Just just don't just don't piss her off. All right? No, Betty Boop Head is not a tumor. Texter. Come.

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"jonny quest" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"jonny quest" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Really? You wonder who the hell are people have floss every day? Because I got you know I got Oh, mentee, So I got a little gaps back in there, you know, end up with a visa port chop. Walk around with me for a day two ounces state s O. But, yeah, I've noticed that I'd be like in a grocery or something. I like. What isthe guy smells a lot like women that's made May that's the thing you know when you smell yourself. You know you smell pretty bad, because usually you kind of Oh, really knows your own sent an apparent and it's There's a lot of stuff that goes a lot of Mackin ations. But one of the things is somehow or another, It dries out your Kind of your saliva NW. Saliva is coating your teeth all the time. Well, if you're not apparently mask Don't you don't make slither, right? Hell, I don't know and ask me. I'm not a just think you were dead anyway. So you're your teeth are all dry your bread, Eso. I don't know. But I I have noticed it and I didn't know it was a thing. Well, now, you know. Soviet is there Anything is good for us. Mean writes nothing. If you were a massive bad not wear a mask is bad or I mean you're going to work is bad words and bad If you're feeling self conscious about your breath smelling bad in your mouth, No, that apparently everybody else's got everyone's going through it. Let's get Dave on right, quick. Hey, Dave, their northern Kentucky, you got something to say about Sesame Street place. It's called Sesame places in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, on the north side of Philadelphia, very rich in neighborhood, and it is big Tom. It's been there for years and People from all over that part of the country coming visited. Yeah, I'm no, never heard of it. But I had no, I used to travel up in that area. That's all I know about it. Great. Thanks. Today would be a place if I was For Marie, Cool. Yeah. I don't know how much After a certain age, would you really want to go to Get me vice like Disney world. You take your kids because they want to go in his apparent Disney world has stuff for adults. But thanks. Test me, please use kind of Battle through it as a parent known your kids love what I'm seeing, but that's there's a finite limit. I don't think you know, a 10 year old kid doesn't want to go with Sesame place. No. Yeah, it's me and cut off about five or 65 Yeah, my kids six here in Washington. Sesame Street. Watching John Wick like a real man Treasury has been discussed in my house. Sorry. Did you watch any? I'm just curious. Did you watch any kid shows when you were little? Other kids shows. You know, I don't know what would I don't know whether one's rated R Just this once I want are for go. I wanted to remember Skipper Rile and And dating. It was Uncle Lorry. There was a guy there, old guy. They had Larry Smith's puppets here and down for a while, So it was way before your time. I watch a lot of you, He man and G. I, Joe. Okay, that kind of stuff that got Yeah. Yeah, absolutely. Is there a would have guns? Because when I was a kid of his Jonny quest and all that stuff, you know how in around Washing, doc. Tails? No, no, right. Say, an hour cutting. We're getting our getting to dive.

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"jonny quest" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

13:20 min | 2 years ago

"jonny quest" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Panama Haiti Jamaica room. Dominic in Cuba. Stay alive. Tina range, focus. I'm laurie. Land barker. Rob Paulsen is my guest today. Most people have heard you, but aren't familiar with the name, rob tell me exactly who you are? My name is rob Paulsen. And I make my living doing essentially what got me in trouble in seventh grade, which is doing cartoon voices. Only. Now, I do them for money instead of to get a rise out of my friends. And so I am one of those incredibly fortunate folks who who gets to go to work every day and don't tell anyone, but I get paid to do what I would essentially do for free. So that's what I do. What are you both famous for? Well, hopefully, the next one because it means I'm working at this point couple of ninja turtles that was Rafael. And a lot of your listeners were kids on the original iteration of injured turtles, and then that against you. Because Raphael's not my favorite Michelangelo is. Well, I understand the party that has a lot about you, which is cool. But yeah, I I was Raphael and that version and then twenty five years later because fortunately, no, one cares. What I look like I got to be done at tallow on the two thousand twelve version of Nickelodeon. So you're talking to fifty percent of the ninja turtles. Emanating from one middle-aged guy originally from Detroit, and then I was animated acts and Dr scratches from the same show, and and then I did a spin off of that show called pinky and the brain which always before, but some people say the stupid one. I think that oh gosh. I was Arthur and. Gosh. I was goodness growl gardening, Carl weezer, Jimmy Neutron, Boy genius and all sorts of stuff in between. And and I'm still at it. Thank god. How did you get into it? Did you was it just practice practice practice where you the kid making all the weird voices the teenager making all the weird voices the adult making all the weird voices. How did you was it? Just you just kept at it. Yeah. The the the the Pat answer is yes, it'd be above. I when I was a kid. It was for the noblest reasons. I think the same reason that people get into music or radio or anything else is there to make sure so happy it it. I just enjoyed the almost chemical component of what humor and music and sometimes them together. Did to me and and others. I was a big fan m a big fan of the pipebombs goons. Peter Sellars is one of my heroes Jonathan winters Carol Burnett. Lucille ball, red scowls now, the usual suspects from when I was younger, and and of course, cartoons Mel Blanc Jim for raging Vander Pyle, the Flintstones Jonny quest looney tunes. All that had a big part? And I think shaping the humor of millions of people. It may be just stuck a little deeper with me. And and people who do what I do. But it was an early organic thing I came to LA forty four zero years ago to ply my trade doing on a singer. I who became an actor. So I came out here to do music and singing and acting and all that. And I was I was doing live action stuff pretty regularly. But one thing one of the things you find out pretty quickly as a young actor in Hollywood. Is that they're zillion average looking Caucasian kids from Flint Michigan who wants to be in the moving picture business. And I was getting my share of work, but then the opportunity came to read for animated parts, and man, I jumped at it because I just wanted to work. But it didn't take me to think this is really cool because just like when I was a boy, I am limited only by my imagination. Not at all limited by whether or not actually at the suit, and that is a huge thing for an actor, especially a non celebrity talent. And I'm working as much now forty years later as I did when I was doing, you know, six or seven shows a week because I'm better at it. Now, I'm I have a larger resume and animation has been nothing but explode, so it's a really cool thing. And I'm very grateful that I went little what sort of right down the literal rabbit hole is it worth. Well, my niece did backflips. When she found out. I was going to talk to you today. And she does have a question for you in the question is sure how long did it take you to learn that song? And after that, how long did it take you to update it? Wow. Well, first of all we need to make it clear that I didn't write that song. And I think as we discussed a bit earlier. Up air. Is Randy rogue gal gentleman who wrote that? And and many of the other songs folks, like the states in the capital's presidents, and I'm cute, and I mad and all these other wonderful things came from the genius mind. And in this case, it's absolutely appropriate up. Randy rochelle. I terms of how long it took me to learn it. I honestly don't recall because I've been singing it for so long. But I'll tell you. We did do it one take we recorded it in one take mind, you I had the music in front of me. And I read music, so it's not that big a deal. But also, the song is crafted in such a way that you watch it watch the cartoon, which by the way, I think I personally that it is by now and a little piece of animation. Not unlike Hello my baby. Hello, honey. With the frog. You know, there's a really great pieces of cartoon. And I think the acquis world is right up there. But that song is crap is so beautifully because in four separate sections. So that you're talking about north and South America. And then he goes to Europe, and he goes to south East Asia, but he goes to sort of central Asia. And it's really really smart. Just imagine just imagine how many children and adults have learned their contracts from that song. I know it's crazy. But moreover Randy who he and I are animated action concert show all around the country now. Still is writing stop at a high level for everybody for Disney for pixel guys writing stuff, that's just mind blowing and some of it ends up in our show because we do new pieces to one of which is a new lyric Yoccoz world in which Randy enumerates, a number of the new countries that have shown up for no other reason to show that he can do it. So have you got an extra forty five seconds. I can do this for you real quick. It goes like this. It goes. The natural in Bosnia-Herzegovina the Soviet Union has gone, South Africa, Georgia Moldova, Latvia, Belarus, house there by John was Becky, STAN. Hey, hey, then there's edgy COSATU's medicine. Hey, kurdistan. Hey, Armenian, Lithuania. Serbia Kosovo US. Mccowan criteria, then Eriteria Ukraine under stonier. Here's Macedonian New Caledonia interest. Love only Ivory Coast and Dan door the Solomon Islands Dubai. How about that? Very nice. Isn't that something? That's awesome. We tag that onto the original one and the audience goes nuts, and we just love it. And so, yeah, the cool thing is that we did do it in one take we actually recorded too. But the one that everybody's growing up listening to is the first one and that is a testament to Randy's incredible songwriting skills. What kind of charity work? Do you do with association without a maniac cer- things that have happened in your life? Well, thank you for asking. But I have been oh gosh. I don't even know how to say it appropriately. I have been the incredibly grateful beneficiary of so much love, and so many incredible examples of courage profiles encouraged, according to as a result of this work, particularly starting with injure turtles. When turtles really hit in the early nineties. I started understanding having my own child who was a little boy at that time extent to which he's characters really mattered. And obviously as a former boy, I remember how deeply affected. I was you know, my funny bone was. But Moreover, I got to really be involved with a lot of children who are really struggling with different diabolical illnesses. And and things that kids just about a mess with and many of the children have since passed away and their and their parents keep in touch with me because Rafael called them on the phone and not just me. We all good. And and so two to learn what that was about made me, I think are much better certainly more tolerant parent, I learned very quickly that it's not a big deal with your kids spills ice cream on your fancy pants matching couch. Your kid is not in the hospital the tubes coming out of them, and I visited and spoke with hundreds who who get. And that of course, continued with all these great shows, I've which I I got to be apart. And let's make it clear. I don't drop out. Right. A man, I'm just an acronym singer. But you know, there's something about the voice that really grabs hold the folks hearts and write a minute nostalgia bone and so cut to my own circumstance. I have my own Bill time in a cage a couple of years ago. I was diagnosed with stage three throat cancer, which is a bit of a left hander for somebody. Who does what I do not a smoker? It's just as they say stuff happens. And I gotta tell you the incredible examples I had of courage. Through these children, and their parents really prepared me for my own. Journey my own journey. Yeah. I and my own, you know, here you go, buddy. How you doing Mr. happy? Can you still really, you know, keep this going turns out, I could and I credit it absolutely to what I was fortunate enough to see. The other thing and I'm fine. It was very difficult to treatment for obvious reasons is quite onerous, but I'm gonna die some bait not from throat cancer. And I guarantee you that a lot of my ability to deal with it in my family who are wonderful. But a lot of that came with these examples that I had as a result. There's something I was paid very well to do. So I I get I get it. And now have a sense, of empathy that that I can use and to the extent that I have any celebrity, quote, unquote, or any celebrity folks like you were nice enough to talk to me about it. You never know when I'm going to be able to meet or somebody can hear say, well, here's a guy who makes his living with his throat, and he got through this. Maybe I can handle it. And so if that is the upshot of it, I'm I'm all over it. But one of the other things that I really noticed a lot in doing live appearances personal parents is. The extent to which folks on the autism spectrum. Are really affected in the most positive way by cartoon characters are video game. And I meet people all the time every single event I attend. I will meet someone it'll happen. Every time. We're in Colorado. It's already has folks will bring their beautiful sweet kids. Meet Jakko or pinky or Bart Simpson or you know, Winnie the Pooh, tigger, whomever. It is that that things are bad. And sometimes these children are utterly nonverbal. But something about Jakko Rafael or Carl weezer or Donatello will be the shoddy object and they respond, and then I'm in a position to see what it's what it's like to be on the receiving end of that. And their parents are standing off to the side in tears because they're twenty seven year old sweet child with incredible gifts. But also to be sure significant challenges for that five minutes is utterly engage in something a bit about which they know everything. And I'm telling you man, it's mind-blowing Laurie to see it. And I never knew this. And so please bring it on. I it adds a dimension to the work that we do that that we never never never never would've known. Never. And it turns out that there is some good and says there's some altruism that's done that has nothing to do with money or ratings are action figures, there's a pure expression of gratitude or joy or love or or learning or whatever from folks who in circumstances that you and I take for granted would be challenged. But in other circumstances, they have profound gifts and often these characters enabled them to find their gifts. And they turn out to be really wonderful artists or technical folks or something that they never would have known. It's oh my God. I can't get enough it. So you're talking to a lottery winner, kiddo. And they can get more information about the concert at animatrix live dot com and more information about you at rob Paulsen live dot com. That's correct. And and the the the latter my own website is being updated. So you may..

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"jonny quest" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"jonny quest" Discussed on /Film Daily

"But at least you'll come to LA with something in your hand instead of just being one of the million people who show up and just say, hey, gimme an opportunity because I'm here like that's not good enough anymore. That may have been good enough back in the early days of Hollywood. But I feel like, you know, you've gotta have the experience and that that may be as arguably more important than where you are at this point in your career. Chris do you have any final thoughts on the matter? I do think what would bend says is good idea. I mean, maybe I would just presuming this fellow individual head portfolio already. But if you don't have the work to show for it. Yeah. You need something to show so co-directed ashore film, and he could rected a documentary or drinking documentary. I mean, yeah, that's something. I mean, but yet if you should definitely try to make something there. I mean, look at a bad example because he's not the best filmmaker Kevin Smith. I mean, he worked entirely out of New Jersey as we all know, New Jersey is a shit hole. But he made it so. You know, you never know. So Chris spoken make something in your own neck of the woods, and then tried to move your life out to to southern California. And see if you can make it there. I would even say, you know, give yourself in amount of time like yourself a year or two, and if you can't then move back, you know, I'm sure your young at this point. So you have some time, but the advice corner theme song was created by love you Wally. You can write in your emails to the advice corner. Peter Esau some that calm, or if you want to send questions in for the mailbag, which doesn't have.

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"jonny quest" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"jonny quest" Discussed on /Film Daily

"And I wish I had. But here they are. But if you can do it if you can get all the way to California, and if you could find. A place to live, and you can pull that off. I would say do it. But don't do it. If it's it's like one hundred percent impossible don't risk at all for that. It's not, you know, you can probably get your foot in the door some other way. But if you can get to go for it. I think it's kind of important to push yourself outside of your your hometown. At some point be, you know, college or moving away for years, I feel like that like what you're saying. Does give you a greater perspective of, you know, life in this world, but also give you a quick answer from my point of view because before I started slash home. I wrote and directed a movie if your film called the scaping reality I've written about it on the site L link in the show notes, but I did that in the small town of Natick Massachusetts, and it was much easier to find the locations for free people to act in the movie for free crew for free. You know when you move to Los Angeles. The you will find a lot of people that want to be movies. But like, you know, every, you know, diners going to charge you a ton of money for the. Location. You're going to have to get permits. Don't even like, you know, there's no way to grill. It you're going to get you're gonna have much better talent here in terms of acting in you know, even behind the camera. But it might be harder to, you know, get those people it might be easier to do it in your hometown. But on the other side of that I in the end of the day. I was not very happy with the feature film. I ended up making. And it's you know, personally, my fall is a is a writer. I don't think it was a great story. But on the other hand, I you know, we the whole team was not a team of experienced people in LA. So I think you know, it's a two sided coin. Checkup. Do you have any thoughts on this? Yeah. I mean as Chris said the industry is in Los Angeles industry is Hollywood. And if you can't get there, it's we go I went to film school, and I weighed heavily do I go to LA or not. And by the by my final year of school. I was realize, oh, I'm very good at making movies and my career started shifting. By people who made the move in there out there, you know, nose to the ground trying to get work, and you know, it it can take years and years and years and make it happen. Just fall on Twitter writer, how he's been in Los Angeles for fifteen years and his second movies finally being made he's lucky at that. So if you can get there and you can afford it, and you can be happy there. Yes. Mean that it is where you should be. It is the industry. It was where the talent is. But there are lots of people working, you know, outside making smaller, stuff's grab your stuff. I mean, you to Illinois you probably have to hold down day job somewhere while you making movies at just how it works in Austin. Austin has Austin beauty is luckier. There's a lot of direction houses here. Lost duty lost of shot healed up any suffo- shot here. So I know a lot of people making livings as editors and post production people as people working on set. No, very few actual directors make living near lots of crew do so you don't wanna move. Move to Los Angeles Duffy considered looking your area or adjacent areas where you can get jobs on cruise because you're not gonna make a living writer director right away. You're going to have to either day job or crew. So that's that's what I'll add. Then what is your advice? I would say make your feature where you are. And maybe make five features where you are. And if you're still interested at that point, then you come to LA with a portfolio of work that you've done, and you know, you can remake some of that same stuff if the script is great or whatever, and you have you don't think that it's necessarily up to par..

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"jonny quest" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"jonny quest" Discussed on /Film Daily

"This person says so yeah, I I mean, I think we said last week that none of us have children. So he probably don't think in the proper way of showing children films. Jacob you're on last week. Actually, so briefly what would be your line of like where what to show children? Entirely about knowing your kids knowing what the limits are. I feel like the idea of growing up my mom had certain lines certain things without certain things weren't and at times. It was frustrating young. But I realized because she knew her kids she knew what would bother us. She new limits were engine new questions that we would end up asking. She didn't like hold extremely tight reigns. Over what we watched. But she was careful, and she when I was like, you know, eight or nine years old that she realized okay? It's time to watch predator. But I'll watch it with them. Or maybe time to watch terminated. I'll watch it with them. And then years went on. She would able gives a lot more leeway by watching how he responded, and I want to respond to an H is Email directly because a friend of mine another Austin Knight who has two young sons told me a story amazing story for this question. But how he put on big hero six for his toddler? No, he'll enjoy the superheroes. Enjoy the enemy a great time. But there's a moment. Big hero six where a seemingly good character. But betrays hero in her to be the villain and his young son. Did not understand the concept of betrayal. He had never seen a good person. Pretend a bad person pretend to be good before the concept of that a bad person to be hiding in plain sight was so new to him that upset him to the point. We started crying. So we actually had to sit down with the young son and talk about how how bad people tend to be good. So the heightened society had had a conversation from big hero six so Kevin h is really on point here. This is something that parents have definitely consider and trusting your your life advice is almost the same. As what Chris gave last week? Let's move onto some new life advice nNcholas e from Chicago heights, Illinois rates in the he is an aspiring filmmaker probably like a good portion of your listeners. I spend a lot of free time writing in outlining full length script within the past few years. I've co written and co directed the short film with a great team of actress. Crew in directed the documentary. I made a made for a loved one since then my main collaborator has made the move out west to pursue his passion in film filmmaking by going to school. And I guess my question is with all the risks that comes from moving across the country. Finding a new job finding a place to live, etc. Do you think it's something worth doing? Or do you think I should stay? Stay home focus on my writing. And try to find a group out here in Illinois to work on a full length film with I'm not completely sold on film school, but I'm not opposed to it. My main concern is being able to afford the cost of living while trying to sue my very costly goals in Los Angeles. So Chris you've already answered the question about film school. And I don't think we need to go back into that. But do you think a filmmaker who is this dead set on you know, because you know? Making it in Holywood. Do they need to move to Hollywood? I don't think it's a hundred percent and everybody if you can do it you should at the same time. Don't think, you know, just because you're in Hollywood, you're you're you're gonna get your foot in the door. 'cause they're million people who go to Hollywood and end up, you know, waiting tables. So don't don't think you're gonna instantly make it. But I do think that you know, as they say, that's where the action is. And if you're young enough, and Hugh have the ability to do it do it like I wish when I was younger. I had moved to New York City because it would come in handy a lot now in my career writing about movies, but I can't really do it now because I I a life and a house, and I'm mortgage, and I can't just up route and move into apartment in New York City. But when I was younger, I probably could have done that..

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03:03 min | 3 years ago

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"I could not watch that scene for us years and years, otherwise like war outages tape watching, but I also was very traumatized by the strange fiery clouds. Hide the UFO's independence day, not the actual UFO's own those early scenes with the fiery clouds hide the UFO's that gave me nightmares for years and years and years and years like wait longer to admit were you afraid that the clouds outside. We're gonna turn to fire. I think so I would like look out the sky for went to bed to make sure they're when fired clouds hiding aliens, I think a UFO I could deal with UFO. I note that is but for the fire cloud about this guy who knows that that was very upsetting. And last one Ernest scared stupid, those trolls. Trolls that are scared super are legit scary in haunted me for a long time and movie, otherwise incredibly, silly, not scary at all. So there's some quick ones movies aren't scary. It's still really upset. Young me. See I'm having a hard time of thinking of movies. That aren't scary that terrified me. There were a lot of movies as a child that kind of terrifying. I have talked about in the past. What is it gleese where the monster other toilet? I was afraid to sit on the toilets time after that. And the gate where there's this is that appears in the the main characters hand that way terrified me for a long time as well. And I think I've also mentioned skeletal from the masters universe. Live action movie was haunting my dreams. I I guess that's probably the best example because that wasn't supposed to be like horrific that was kind of supposed to be kind of a family blockbuster of some kind. Chris you mentioned one last week, right? Well, yeah, I mentioned the the large March seen in the first movie terrified me as a child to the point where I couldn't like watch it like I close my eyes when it came on. I can't think of one that I watched as a kid, but I watched return to Oz for the first time this year and imagery in that movie. That's a good example of something that's not necessarily like a quote, unquote, scary movie. I think a lot of kids might have seen and the imagery is like terrifying there so much weird. Freaky stuff in there that I was like freaked out as a thirty something year old. I can't imagine maybe watching that movie as a kid. I'm sure we have a bunch of listeners who who may have caught that and been scarred for life. Kevin h writes in that. Chris give good advice on the show. The part you missed is that no matter what you show a child be ready to answer any questions. Sometimes it can be a great to teach a lesson. Even just an uncle that they see once once a week, for example, the movie eighth grade, even though it's it's rated R. It's a great tool to educate kids..

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02:27 min | 3 years ago

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"Segment in here. We're like HT recommends an anime for you to watch. And then you guys have a conversation about it. I feel like I think the Jacob is doing something like that. Maybe I'm imagining that I don't know I'll I'll tease some of the slash massages being made HT. Now are developing Jacob T watch anime thing who's gonna be written written series. But we certainly making a podcast and said, we're we're still figuring that out. So we'll see very cool. Okay. Let's move onto advice corner. Okay. So before we get into the do bit of advice. Let's talk about some reaction. We got to last week last week. Chris gave some advice on when it is all right to show your child, maybe questionable movies. And we got a couple responses for that we got gave from Richmond who wrote in that. The whole conversation kind of jarred eight memory loose for him. His mother took him and his brother to see ghosts. When he was nine in his seven ghost being the movie with Patrick Swayze, Demi Moore and will be Goldberg at this point. He had seen all the Star Wars movies, Indiana Jones gremlins, but for some reason go scared the shit out of him because of the quote, Frank display of death. It just terrified me for what seemed like a month. I tried to sleep with the whites on because the deaths in the movie haunted me eventually got over. But damn broke my nine year old brain for few months. So I wanted to ask you guys if you had any like instances in your childhood of seeing a movie that might not even be like a scary movie. Ghost is not something. I would think like is a movie where you can't show child, but it kind of deeply disturbed you or scare. And you in some way. I'll go in Japan. I hear sorry. Chris hijacker vice call my own renting. But. Mentioned in the past that the ending of Indian Jones last crusade worthy Nazi choose poorly and turn to skeleton was burnt brain for years..

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04:31 min | 3 years ago

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"Flix jacob. We know one cool things about Netflix. Is that reaches international national audience has means they're creating shows and movies where people, you know, aren't just Americans, and that means enemies based on popular popular, movies and TV shows this case Pacific rim. It's a new series. I'm gonna read the synopsis here originally anime series falls to siblings and idealistic team boy in his naive younger sister who are forced to PA pilot and abandoned the year across a hostile landscape in a desperate attempt to find their missing parents. That sounds cool that sounds like more Pacific rim, and you know, it wasn't a big fan of the new movie. I think there's a lot of promising this world, and is a is a HT writes in her article, I'm slash phone. The one issue here and something that I would be curious to hear some more seasoned anime fans. Thoughts on is that Pacific rim was a lie. The live action embodiment of so much. Classic mecca. Anime it's such thrilling C in live action these concepts that have been in animated for decades. So by bringing it back into animate. Are we lose anything special or be more of the same? I'm not sure I mean, I'll check this out like Pacific rim. We'll see though, I guess the other big news is altered carbon. The Netflix series is getting a anime spinoff that'll be set in the same universe along with few other series. Let's see I apologize in advance. Japanese listeners tress Yusuke and Gaster insect cage from creators eve from creators. Koichi Gara is beyond is behind K gas instead cage, and I can't find the creators of other too. But. This is not the first time. Netflix has made anime shows quite a few up there right now this finishing up their Godzilla, and I may trilogy. Yeah. I I love that. You know, I'm not the biggest MFA in the world. I I know my layman's of it. I know the basics. I'm thrilled that they use an audience for this. And that they're like branching out and trying all kinds of international productions that can appeal the people from all stripes. But what do you guys think would you watch an animate Pacific rim? Well, the most appealing to me in gear mobile zero's, original Pacific rim was the world building that he created with them movie. And I feel like I would like to see it from like a small, you know, like this ground level of like a story with kids in a Yeager. I think that's a lot more interesting to me than kind of from the up high government kind of save the world. I'm kind of getting tired of these big budget blockbusters all being about the world being at stake. I I want more, you know. I want more a personal. Personal stakes. I want more back to the futures. If he will. Ben, Chris, do you have any thoughts on this one? I'm not a huge anime guy. Just like, I don't know. I'm, you know, Star Wars resistance is that what it's called the new some anime style Star Wars show. Like just the look of that doesn't really do anything for me. I don't know. I haven't heard great things. So I I'm not sure if I would go out of my way to check this out. Honestly, I know HD would probably slap me if she heard me say that. But I don't know. I Chris what do you think? No. It's not for me. It's a no from Chris. I'm not picking completely discounting an entire medium of storytelling. Why does that I can never get into like every time? I see it either to something about the animation. That turns me, I can't put my finger on it. But I've never really gotten into it for some reason, you don't even like the studio Ghibli stuff like the music. I this is where I get punch where I admit I've never seen any of those movies, and I like overwhelmed, I don't know where to start. So I'm not going to write off the entire thing. Because I watched a I think it was what is your name last year? And I really enjoyed that on HT's recommendations, I'm not like a I'm not writing off anime as an entire main. But just like the combination of of the style that are not the visual style, and I'm not always enthralled with and Pacific rim, which after that second movie. I don't know if I'm interested anymore Pacific rim ever again. It just doesn't necessarily appeal to me, Chris I feel like there's a new..

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02:56 min | 3 years ago

"jonny quest" Discussed on /Film Daily

"That's all I have to say. And I I guess I have to embrace that. And. Admit to it. But yeah, I'm sorta like Jacob. I feel like the aesthetic is really cool. I'm just not sure if that story, you know, like they've got Johnny quest. Best friend is a kid named Haji and like that played way differently in, you know, in the eighties or whatever then it would in twenty nineteen. So I'm just not sure if if like the like like, you're saying the aesthetic is really cool. But I don't know if like the the politics of the show, or like, the some of the I don't know the finer points are going to translate very well to a movie, I I wonder if that's some of the stuff that people have got hung up on over the years. Well, I would assume that they would have to polish those bets if it's going to be, you know, a family friendly at a patient for you know, modern audiences today bullets we've onto IOM industrial light. And magic who you know, you know, as the people who make the special effects for the Star Wars movies pirates of the Caribbean like all the big budget films. They are now going to take a step into the world of the small screen into TV, then tell us, but yeah, so island has launched a brand new division called island TV, which is the name suggests a means that it's going to be stepping into the world of streaming and episodic TV. So the first two shows on island TV's docket are the scifi superman prequel series crypt on which is currently in its second season. And the upcoming live action Star Wars showed the mantle orient. Which Jon Favreau is direct or is developing for a Disney play, which is the new Disney streaming service. So that's basically the the big news here is that island has started its own TV branch. And of course, the new Star Wars show is going to be one of their first big projects that all make sense because island was basically founded because of the first Star Wars movie in nineteen seventy five when George Lucas was a was was fort, I develop ING the very first Star Wars. He he's sort of got that up and running under the Lucasfilm banner. And obviously now Lucasfilm is under the Disney banner, and it's all sort of in the family now that is cool not the island hasn't done TV stuff in the past which they have. But it's interesting that they're gonna you know, have a bigger foothold into TV. And I'm sure I'm sure they they haven't announced any other projects. I'm sure like these MerVal TV series that I guess haven't even been formally announced by Disney. I'm sure I'll miss. Going to be doing the DVD effects for those as well, which is kinda cool. But let's move on last final story before we get to the life advice, and that is that Pacific rim is getting an anime which is coming to net..

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04:25 min | 3 years ago

"jonny quest" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Well, established universe is the kind of thing that I wish Hollywood would do more often, you know, like we are always talking about like this is like sort of the perfect blend between the artistic pursuits and creative. Pursuits of somebody like Damon Lindelof who is an ambitious storyteller and the like business needs and necessities of a company like HBO who you know would. I'm sure love to pull in people based on property that has a bunch of name recognition. So they're sort of getting the best of both worlds. It's like the name recognition. But a story that nobody knows exactly what's going to happen. That's really exciting to me. Yeah. I mean, I I trust in Lindelof that he can, you know, write this for an audience that probably isn't you know, fans of the watchmen comic. I guess my concern is. Will people even try to watch this? You know, thinking that like, oh, you know, I didn't really love that watchmen movie from sex matter. I didn't read the comic and this this whole world. It looks weird with these you know, the. The the costumes with kind of strange, and I don't know I I'm just wondering if I guess if the general population will be sucked in, but you know, they watched the leftovers which is very weird story in its own. So I guess, you know, HBO audiences are ready to you know, dig in a little bit. So, but let's move onto Johnny quest. They have announced that they are making Johnny quest movie with the director of the Waco Batman movie, Chris Europe this up for the site. Would we know? Oh, yeah. So one of others has been trying to make a Johnny quest movie since at least the nineties and at one point nine thousand nine hundred five Richard Donner was going to direct a movie with Fred Dekker. The guy who directed. The monster squad writing the script that never happened. Then in the early two thousands, the rock and Zach Ephron we're going to star in a live action movie that never happened and then around two thousand sixteen Robert Rodriguez became attached to direct, and he was supposed to kick off this whole Johnny quest franchise that wonder brothers, and is hoping would be like the new Harry Potter for them and that to never happened. But now. Chris McKay who directed. The LEGO Batman movie is in charge of the Phil. It's not clear if he's going to use the script that was written for the Rodriguez movie if they're going to start fresh, but that's where it is. Now, he's going to be directing the Johnny quest movie. And we'll see if it actually happens because like I said they've tried this multiple times. And there's always a chance this won't get off the ground. The other. Is there anybody here who loves the Johnny quest series? I loved it back in the day. I mean, I I'm I'm more. I can see them with the series itself. I love the globe. Trotting sixties set. You know, colorful, two fisted adventure stories. I love the aesthetic. I can't say I haven't a genuine affection for Johnny quest. I'm ready for that aesthetic come back, especially if they want, especially if the make it a period piece, you know, shoot at like Pete and reach out Dallas love like actually was made in that period. And I'd be super domino. Johnny quest is as Chris McKay. The person to do that. I don't know. I don't know because I feel like we go back. Batman movie is really lovely. It's optimistic in wonderful in like hopeful in a way thing Johnny quest should be as Chris writes in his article the last thing we need is a grim and gritty Johnny crispy that sounds like a nightmare. It's like it's like it'd be like making a grim and gritty superman. We all saw that turned out. But I wanna know if Ben has eight thousand spent trying to mean, anything to you. I actually I saw I watched a handful of the Hanna Barbera cartoons. But I feel almost barest to even admit this guys. But I watched this show called the real adventures of Jonny quest which came out in like the late nineties, and it was looking back on it. You know, I thought it was really cool at the time. But looking back on it. I'm sure it was like a very very ridiculous because it was all about like, Johnny quest virtual reality check. I can't imagine. I remember this. It was I I mean, I loved it at the time..

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04:16 min | 3 years ago

"jonny quest" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Well, I'm not as huge of a watchman fan as you are Schick worse person to ask here. But I you know, I did read the comic back in the day. And I did watch Zach center film, which I actually enjoy more than most. I think I I know there it's kind of divisive, especially if it sounds like they're using the ending of the comic and not the movie in in this continuation, right? Yeah. There's a giant alien squid in the comic at they do not use in the movie. So it seems like this is very much a direct sequel to the comic as opposed to actually had a movie, but what I think is actually more interesting is this this casting that we are we we're exclusively reporting Jean smart. Who is she playing? Z Jean smart. It's playing a character named agent Blake in FBI agent tasked with hunting down vigilantes. So as you may remember from that when watchman superheroes vigilantes are banned either. They've huddled their capes entirely or the few that still worked at the ban worked with the government is black ops agents, as you know, spies doing dirty government work. So it makes sense that years later the band would still be on into the FBI agents tasked with doing it. But here's what gets interesting Asian Blake shares name with Edward Blake the comedian character from the original watchmen comic series, and he died before the events of that series. He's only seen flashbacks, but his death triggers. So many major events throughout that comic. He'll he his death is triggering moment. So so gene smarts characters FBI agent is either a tribute to that character lay a winking nod to fans or she is somehow connected to Edward Blake in some way, long lost family member. I know our. Our pet theory right now is just spitballing is that this is Laurie from the original comic grownup following in. Her father's work because silk spectre, the superior from the original comic. Learn late in that story that Edward Blake. Is her long lost secret? Father just spitballing all we know is that she's playing Asian Blake FBI agent. Superheroes. Jean smart is like TV royalty three time. Emmy winner she's on legion Fargo twenty four. So it's really really not a really big name. They're really smart piece of casting. And whether she's playing just an FBI agent or a character from the watchman mythos. I'm excited to see what she does here to see. I'm just so weirded out by the series. Like, I I am a fan of Damon Lindelof. I am a fan of what he's done a HBO. I love HBO original series. I even like watchmen, but watchmen to me seems like such a niche comic book, you know, comic book fanatics, love it. But the. General public really have no knowledge of it outside of the sax netter film and kind of wondering banner, Chris what you guys think like are people even gonna understand what's going on here. Chris plante. You win. I I think the fact that it's it's separating itself from the comic by being a sequel is going to really work in its favor. I don't think it's going to be. Like, constant Easter eggs. Like, look remember when this happened in the comic, I think it's probably going to stay on its own based on that statement that Lindelof put out where you know. He was saying all the other stuff is canon and it already happened. This is a new things I think that's gonna work in its favor. And that's what has me excited about that the series like if it was just going to be yet. Another straight adaptation of the comic. I'd probably really have very little interest in this. I liked the idea that he's doing a show set in this world. I think that's an interesting approach to this. And it's probably the best way to do it. Because there's there's really nothing more that can be said about the colleague that hasn't been set already at this point. Yeah, I'm I'm right there with you. I think that it's it's so cool. I'm very much looking forward to this. Because of that, I think like the idea of of not doing another straight remake and and like. Applying a whole new set of characters and creativity and stuff like that to this..

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04:25 min | 3 years ago

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"He designed the house half century ago. Yeah. I just wonder like, okay. Ben. To you. You know, there's all these John Hughes scripts. They sit are out there. Like, I don't think anybody's looking to you know, to watch the unmade John Hughes classic. But like there must be some good material to mind there somewhere. Right. Yeah. I think so I wonder if maybe you could do like a like inspired, you know, like use that as like a story jumping off point if somebody were able to I don't know, I'm I'm sure you have to jump through a bunch of hoops to like. Yeah. Get permission from the Hughes estate and stuff like that. But yeah, I think you're right. I mean, I'm sure there's a with a guy as prolific as that. And as you know, Connick a writer, especially as that I feel like there's tons of good stuff. Probably just sitting in those scripts little scraps of ideas that could be fleshed out, and maybe a dachshund into different things in the modern day. But I am not sure if if if it's practical to assume that anybody would ever actually get that opportunity. John Hughes also wrote baby's day out. And flubber. So let's not act like. Varies promptly. I'm not saying it is. But like, let's say ten percent of it. I mean, I think it's worth exploration. And I mean, we live in a day and age that we're getting the ugly doll movie. So. I think there's better alternatives. Right. And tell me. Bullet. Let's move onto an exclusive story that we broke today. And that involves the casting of the watchman TV series over HBO, Jakup Europe. This whole thing up for the say when we know we learned, and is very exciting is we know who actually I should clarify. Why don't you tell us about this watchman TV series? I and then tell us what we learned. Yes. For those that you haven't been following this project on Dame Lindelof of lost in the leftovers is bringing watchmen HBO. But this is not a nation of the Alan Moore did Gibbons comic series from the eighties. This is the same universe sort of a sequel, but thirty forty years after the events of the comic. So it's not a sequel does action items movie, it is not a remake of the comic or Ampatuan the comic. It's a spirit successor a loose sequel continuation of the universe. However, you want to call it. But it's intended to be a companion rather than a straight. Abdication? Said we learned too key things. Both the show. We learned who Jeremy Irons is playing. We learned to his casting a few months ago, we learned Jean smart has joined the cast. So we'll take these one at a time the first one Jeremy Irons we've learned as playing Adrian beats or vite pronounce his name AK Ozzie Ozzie Mandela's from the comic. You may remember from the comic or from Zack Snyder's film adaptation that he is the smartest man in the world and industrialist and millionaire. He's sort of a. Sort of a Steve Jobs if see dogs the superhero type who spoiler alert at the end of the watchmen comic fakes alien, invasion to kill thousands of people in New York City, but as a result of his actions and the Cold War and the threat of nuclear war and save humanity from itself said all of surviving superiors into watchmen, find themselves with his moral dilemma of we used to cheer world peace through genocide would and have to live with that position. And so that is catching up with Ozzy Mandy or Adrian forty years later, and what what does that do to a person what he's been sitting with that guilt or the troubles in question under a skin for so long. And I love Eddie, Jeremy Irons playing them. He said, a distinguished brilliant actors or gonna playing creepy troubled men, and I love this one thing bringing up write-offs off UPDF's. I want to hear your thoughts on this is that we saw some earlier. Photos when they're from the pilot from before the show is you can picked up featured newspaper headlines Adrian vite had died. So I'm wondering if this is going to be a flashback heavy character like maybe see him throughout his life as he grapples with the fact, he's saved the world. That's such a great cost. Or maybe he's he's faked his death. But I I the way I think that getting nailing an Oscar winner like this for this role is such cool casting. What do you think? Peter..

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/Film Daily

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"jonny quest" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Hello, senior writer, Ben Pearson. What's going on in redder? Chris Evangelista alot. Let's jump into the news before we get to the life advice. We'll only have a little bit of news today. It blitz. Start off with this unmade Stanley Kubrick script, which is going up for auction Benue wrote up this for Sasha dot com. Would we know? Yeah. In nineteen fifty six Stanley Kubrick, the director of movies like two thousand one A Space Odyssey and the shining. He co wrote a screenplay for a movie called burning secret, which is an adaptation of a novella that actually has been made into a movie twice already. Most recently in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight but Kubrick co wrote a version of the script, and it was thought to be. For ever. And only this past summer did somebody dig it up and actually tracked down the finished version, and it's like over one hundred pages it's tight they say that it could actually be made into a movie in its current form. If somebody has the balls to do something like that. But now the script is actually going to be going up for auction on November twentieth later this month, and it's expected to sell around twenty thousand dollars. So the question is is a filmmaker gonna buy it. And would somebody actually be interested in in taking on the challenge of making trying to finish Kubrick's long lost work? I mean, obviously, this has happened before with artificial intelligence with AI the movie that Spielberg directed slightly different situation there those guys actually knew each other. Well, and we're friends and eat would would communicate often and Spielberg sort of like took the baton from Kubrick. This would be a whole different kind of thing. Because the movie version that he was trying to make was essentially nixed by MGM back in the fifties. And he just never got around to exploring the project any further or making it later in his career. So yeah, that's basically the gist of what we know right now. This is interesting to me on a number of factors. There are so many scripts in Hollywood that get ridden that never get made. A lot of them are. I mean a mega sale. A lot of them are very good. But there are quite a few out there that are very interesting, and I would love to see made, you know, into film. But like they fall into that, you know, development hell bucket in never seem to ever get resurrected and also, you know, there are filmmakers like a John Hughes is notorious for I believe he could write a script in a matter of days. And I think his family says. Says that there's. I could be getting the numbers wrong. But there might even be like a hundred on unmade John Hughes scripts that they have you know in their library. I would I would love to see someone, you know, dig through there. There must be some gold there. Right. Like, not every unmade script is bad like. Jacob would you like to see this unmade Stanley Kubrick movie, even though we don't really know too much about it would you like to see brought to reality. No. I think you should let the past. I'm sure it's a good screenplay. I'm sure it's interesting anything cubic touch is worthy of study. But it's we should point words artifact. And it's it's kind of thing if we shot today, it's going to need work. It's going to be ready to come in and clean it up. And, you know, make it function as a modern screenplay for modern filmmakers, and modern productions, and why even court disaster by having somebody else come on the touchup cubic just have itself for a lot of money and leave it at that. Okay. Then maybe a a coffee table book with the script. And maybe if they can find some of his concept, art and stuff like that. You know? That's that's exactly what this should be Cuba cars enough unmade projects to do it still comfortable books, who's unmade Napoleon movie that he worked on for years and years and smarts own massive book about how it never came together. And that's a really fascinating book if you ever find. But I feel like you're just making has change screenplay is a blueprint plays important, but still one of many moving parts. So I think trying to make the loss when Kubrick movie would feel disingenuous at best because Cuba is no longer involved at all. And we're and he's not building the house..

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02:06 min | 3 years ago

"jonny quest" Discussed on Covert Nerd Podcast

"We're going to do what we call a nerd debt. So here you could find him on Facebook. So the way that formats you we each picked three characters and we're going to pick hit our character against the other person's character talk about their history. Their power says and buildings and then decide who would win the nerd death match. So we'll get started with the first nerd death match, which we've kinda subtitled whips to wonders. So I think this'll be fine. I really appreciate Lee coming on and doing this. We talked about it not this would be a fun format to do. So wins to wonders my first pick is the hulk for marvel. Of course, the whip side of it is Bruce banner he was introduced in may nineteen sixty two by Stanley. And Jack Kirby, which I didn't know that the Jack Kirby was involved with that as well. And as many of you know, in the early sixties, everybody got their power sets from an accident seems like and Bruce banner is no different. He was hit by a gamma bomb. Which caused him to transform into the hulk when he gets angry or stressed out. He was introduced in nineteen sixty two he started to appear green like we know him now in incredible hulk number two because the print printer that Stanley had lined up couldn't do the gray color that originally started out as you couldn't get a matched. I guess. And so they switched to green which they said would be more consistently green in the hat. I guess more of it. I don't know kind of a weird thing. That's how he got started in. He hasn't really he's been on and off. He only went eight issues that I run and it was in the vendors. And then they try to bring him back. And then win sells you well. So they get cancelled again and say a lot of back and forth. He's been real inconsistent. Even the movies, you see now real inconsistent with that for some reason. They just can't write it. I guess, but they did a TV show in the seventies. With bill. Bixby and Lou frig no lasted for two years. So I don't know why it's been so little more than two years at the warriors. But anyway, it went quite a while. I don't know. Did you ever watch the whole TV show? I did I remember watching the Lou for full episodes. Yep. Yep. Natta cartoon back in the early eighties, which I watched I think it was only again one season there too. I don't know that they went one one season with that as well. So he's been kind of on and off as far as popularity I think in the new avengers movies fairly popular. But right. For whatever reason they can't get a good movie. So that's kind of the hoax story where he started from. Of course hawks mash they catch raised. Right. You buy the whole cans. Yeah. Keep reintroducing. Comes out and see what's the other. I'll hog is the strongest one there is another one. So the kind of common catchphrase, so the hulk. All right. Well, anyway, thanks again for having me on that show. It's always a good time to to get the leeann Lee matchup going on. So we used to wonder to match matchup against the whole this was a tough one. So I've chosen he-man from the masters the universe. Obviously his Wimpy alter ego is a prince atoms are prince Adam sorry team in being his his wonder ego. And then so anyway, nineteen Eighty-one he-man was a product of Mattel toy company, and he came along with an accompanying cartoon series and mini comic collection that came with him. Ran for about six years until nineteen eighty-seven when the toy line kind of imploded upon itself with a terrible live action movie, my personal opinion. Sorry, if you like that show has been relaunched several times and early nineties. There was a new adventure as a human where. He went into space in the early two thousands. There was a reboot cartoon that kind of went a lot more depth and kind of matured the storyline a lot, and it also came along with an accompanying comic book align with that as well. And then in two thousand twelve until present a DC comics apparently owns the rights to match the universe in relaunch to Hebron several times in in short series is in crossovers twenty twelve till present. Yeah, I read that the injustice versus he man. Right. And they had thunder cats versus man rate. Both pretty good. I thought the art was good at DC's done a pretty good job with the the he man comics in their last six seven years, whatever depend the right? So I just watched the two thousand two series a couple of episodes or really. Yeah. This is good. I mean, it's very animated. Ray right scenes. I do a lot of jumping and spinning. Whatnot. But you're right. They the storylines much deeper, right? Yeah. Yeah. I watched the whole reboot cartoon fact, I think that's the only the original vintage cartoon. I doubt I've seen every episode. Even though I loved it as a kid. I'm sure miss them. I've never gone

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"jonny quest" Discussed on Covert Nerd Podcast

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02:06 min | 3 years ago

"jonny quest" Discussed on Covert Nerd Podcast

"The event, she might slip Alfredsson, Ambi Anderson. Racing with the cookies. Yeah. Yeah. That's true. I didn't realize it seems that that crafty. I didn't I didn't realize either began, and I wasn't a comic books. I was like the older may not the Saotome as you know, kind of younger whatever feisty and maybe in the current one. You don't want her cookie, and at least in the movie. Yeah. This is true. I'll end may would if it's the Marisa Tomei character. She's probably losing nine times. I see her as kind of the woman who gets a lot of take out pizzas. What I gathered for the of the ashes. Yeah. She doesn't make a lot of whole movie or takes an hour to cook minute rice. So. Yeah. Spoons spatulas. I thought that was a fun fun idea to have the the Alfred and aunt may so yeah, I so we've got against wrap up. We have all three we have the he members Volk, we have the Jonny quest versus the goodies. And the aunt may versus Alfred cook off. Yeah. So let us know what your opinions are on who you think should win or where we're completely wrong. Or are. We missing some insight into some of these characters that might change the course of the battle. So simply hit us up on social media, and let us know your thoughts. I wanna thank Lee again for letting us crashes house hang out in the cool man cave without the maybe discuss some of the items in the man cave. Some that'd be fun. You've got lots of cool stuff. So all right. Well, there it is nerd death match. Thank you. There. You having the nerd death match. Again. Like, we said in the episode. Let us know what you think who do you think should have won these different matches and again. Thanks for coming up with this idea. I hope we can do it again. It was a fun episode to record. So like I said to covert nerd dot net to find out how you can reach me on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, or by Email, and let us know what you think who do you think should have one who do you think she'll should have lost? Anyway. Thank you for listening again until next time nerd it up..

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