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‘John Wick: Chapter 4’ comes out blazing with $73.5M
"John Wick makes a killing at the box office. I'm going to need a gun. John Wick chapter four. The fourth installment in the Keanu Reeves assassin series debuted with a franchise best, 73 and a half $1 million at the box office. According to studio estimates. Ticket sales have steadily grown since the franchise began in 2014. Shazam, fury of the gods was number two, with $9.7 million in ticket sales after a disappointing debut last weekend. Scream 6 creed three and 65 round out the top 5 movies this weekend. I'm Jackie Quinn
"keanu" Discussed on The Big Picture
"World, but the world is going to change you. So this is the consequence of John's actions. So the whole part to do the whole reason to do part four was to tie in all the shit we had done in one, two, and three. And again, like I keep saying, you can't just break a rule and not suffer the consequence. Now you may choose how you suffer. You may choose when or where or how, but you can't escape it. And over a long enough timeline, every story is a tragedy. And you can't escape that. And that's the big mythological themes we try to hit in John with chapter four. Even more so than the other films, this film seemed really difficult to make. When we last spoke, we talked about kind of the physical exertion and obviously what Keanu and the stunt performers have to do to make a film. But I was wondering about behind the camera. I know you're obviously a successful martial artist, but does your crew have to be in better shape than other crews? Like, what is it like to work on a movie like this physically? My cameraman for sure. Like if you saw my camera guys just but we had a new steadicam operator in this fantastic steadicam operator, but you know, you look at them and you like, this is the guy you wouldn't want to mess with. Once you go through the first set of rehearsals, the camera guys are kind of hanging out with the stunt guys more. We're kind of a little bit. But, you know, Oliver and James, my two main operators, they're with the sun rehearsals quite a bit. They know what's expected of them. Yes, they're in a great, they're in good people shape. I would say, you know, like it's not like they go out there and just try to, you know, be triathletes, but they're in very good shape. They hang out with the stunt guys.
"keanu" Discussed on The Big Picture
"Just the first ten minutes is very clearly, you know, kind of like a numbskull Lawrence of Arabia homage, but entertaining. Very well executed. It's a sort of like a horse race through the desert. Yeah. That leads to what is meant to be this kind of conclusive assassination that actually leads to more drama. And you know, I'll just take this opportunity to say, you know, the consequences of that action that wick takes lead to eventually the murder of Lance Reddick's character, the concierge who works closely with Ian McShane's character, Winston, and Lance Reddick, tragically died just a week ago and the film has now been dedicated to him and he's been a part of all four of the films. Really one of the most reliable and strong character actors of the last 20 years. I first got to look at him a long long time ago on the wire and where he was lieutenant Daniels. Incredible in that show. And he's obviously been a staple of movies and TV for the whole time. So it's very sad actually to see him in this movie and kind of painful to see him die with that in mind. It's jarring and set in. I mean, it's effective in the movie, but that it takes on kind of a new way of residence. It does. Nevertheless, the movie kind of springboards from there and that leads to this Osaka continental sequence. Which I think is really extraordinary. It's, I know they're all long, but this has like 6 different sub scenes or whatever. So it is extraordinary. My favorite part involves rina sawayama, who plays the daughter who I don't remember who she was stabbing with someone's just like climbing up a stair and she's just stabbed. That was sick. And that was yeah, and that was when everyone in my theater just absolutely lost it. Really exciting. But that's just, you know, that's like one subset of many different things that have happened. And Hiroyuki Sanada and Donnie yen and Keanu himself, like they all get their moments in these sequences. It is the closest to the historical John Wick scenes where there's a lot of the gun food. There's a lot of hand to hand combat stuff. One takes place in sort of like a museum style floor of the hotel, one takes place in the kitchen, as we mentioned. There are some sort of outdoor kind of Japanese garden moment that is a showdown between yen and sonata that is very, very cool. This is like there is a lot of homage to great historical Japanese cinema in these movies. And stahelski himself is a really, really gifted and celebrated martial artist, not just in front of the camera, but like he practices and competes and you can see that I don't want to be too pointy headed about this, but it is like a true art form to be able to do this stuff well.
"keanu" Discussed on The Big Picture
"John Wick. We've only done chapter two on the rewatchables and not chapter one. Strangely, but it's because chapter two is such an amazing elevation of what the first film was. I think it's in. Great. No argument. No, I told you. I wasn't going to hold you back. Have you seen 2018 Siberia? No, I haven't, but I have seen 20 18s destination wedding. What do you think of that movie? I haven't seen that. It is not. It's not good. So it's one on a ride a reunion. Yes, and it's romantic comedy. Sort of. Very sour. It is why don't a writer plays the X of the person getting married can a Reeves plays the brother of the person getting married. They hate everyone. And no one else speaks in the movie. It's just dialog. It's just the two of them that keep getting thrown together at the various wedding events or the plane or whatever, and they just snipe at each other. And then at the end, they like each other. Great. I'll never watch it. Yeah, it's not good. 20 19s replicas, a kind of failed science fiction film that didn't never took off for him. That's also not in. I think John Wick chapter three and we will get to chapter four very shortly is the least of the John Wick films. It's not bad. It has some incredible set pieces as all of these films do. I find it a hard stretch to get it to get three John Wick movies and let alone four. Okay. So I'm going to say let's, let's table three. I'm fine with that. Always be my maybe. I have a hard time putting this in much as I enjoy this. I agree. I wasn't going to something's got to give it's the only one where I was really going to go. I was never going to fight you on that. I'm going to go to the mat. I really like it. In fact, I just, I fast forwarded this morning to the extended Keanu cameo, where he plays himself. And it's incredibly funny. And good nature and makes that movie. As I watched the movie the first time I was like, I wish the movie was just Ali Wong and Keanu. Yes. That is the movie that I want to see. So we could have that, right? Would it work at like 90 minutes? I don't know. I just thought, you know, I saw a trailer for this new series starring Ali Wong who I love and Steven Yeun on Netflix called beef. And then my immediate thought was why isn't this a movie? Can we just make this a movie, please? Yeah. That's a problem that I have, but I agree. Those two should be movie stars. Anyway, 20 19s Toy Story four, honestly, Keanu is absolutely hilarious in this movie. He is incredible as a toy, like an army toy, named duke kaboom. He's more like a evil knievel style like stunt driver figure and his voice work is phenomenal. It's not in the whole fame, but I look forward to the day when I can show my child Toy Story four. He is transcendent. So isn't he so funny? Genius level stuff. It's so good. It's probably not enough of a part or thing. I don't think Toy Story before even has the best reputation, but I like it. 2020 Bill & Ted Face the Music, fun movie. This is actually a fun movie to get during COVID during the pandemic, but definitely not in the Hall of Fame. If we're not putting book as adventure in the Hall of Fame. The Matrix Resurrections, which I've gallantly defended here on this podcast, but that many people thought was absolute garbage.
"keanu" Discussed on The Big Picture
"Crime from 2010 kind of noir revisionist film. That's not going in. I do like the movie side by side that he produced in his narrator for, but that's not going in either. It's just an interesting movie documentary. 2012 generation um, he has a small part in that. That's out. In 2013, he directs man of Tai Chi, which is a pretty cool movie. But I don't think it quite rises to the level. In this movie though, you can see him getting a bigger interest in martial artistry, which becomes a huge part of the storytelling of the films to come. He also makes this big big budget martial arts movie called 47 wrote in that is not good. It has some very bad CGI. But he's not bad in it. And then 2014, John Wick. Now, I don't know what we do with the John Wick movies, because with the exception of three, they all feel like a vital. Okay, then put them all in. Do you think we should do that? Yeah. Why not? Well, it makes a list a little bit more challenging. 20 14s John Wick of course is in. Absolutely. It's a movie that famously almost didn't get distribution. It was almost a direct to video movie. It wasn't acquired officially by lionsgate until like a few weeks, maybe a month before it came out, which is so weird to think about, but when you watch the movie, it's a fully realized character and world, and it is the highest level action you can possibly find. It kind of invented a style that was dubbed gun fu and Keanu is the ultimate vessel for this kind of fighting style and its action style. Slick, entertaining, coherently told action movie, which is rare in this space. And it becomes a phenomenon. A big franchise. I mean, our legitimately big franchise and each film has been more successful than the last. So the first one's definitely in. 20 15s knock knock, starring Eli Roth. This is the first time I saw an actress named Ana de Armas. Really? The premise of this movie is it's a cold rainy night and a father, his family has left for the evening, and they are staying at his wife's mother's house. So the kids are out of the house, wife's out of the house. Keanu is all by himself. Knock knock on the door. Two beautiful young women are car broke down. Can you help us? And they come into the house, and then things go awry. Yeah. They start to seduce him, but then also they start to torture him. It's kind of loosely based on I think I can't remember the name of the film Seymour cassel film with Colin camp. And Sandra Locke, I think it's called death game, like a cult movie from the 70s. It's a really fun movie. I love it. It had a weird run on Netflix, like three months ago, where it was like the number one movie on Netflix for four days, and I was like, nobody saw this when it came out in theaters. Definitely not in the Hall of Fame. But if people are looking for something entertaining with Keanu with the center, doing something that I wish she did more of, which is play a sort of like affable but is he affable kind of guy? There's a little bit of a dark undercurrent to that performance. 20 16s exposed never heard of it. Okay. That's amazing.
"keanu" Discussed on The Big Picture
"Don't know. It's not my favorite of his performances. I don't think he shines in the way that he shines other places. He took some hits for this performance. Yeah, I mean, first of all, it's not like inflected by Shakespeare, just is Shakespeare, so it's real talkie. And everyone else, all the other actors I just named are really animated. And in this comedy, I'll almost antic. And you know, and there's a lot of silliness going on and misunderstandings. It's a Shakespeare comedy. So his remove does not work as well in this lineup. You know, like the hilarious opening to this movie, even though they're all talking for a while and then, oh, and Robert Sean Leonard. And they all just are on horseback. Galloping towards the screen as trumpets like flair and it's really funny and like ridiculous, even though it's not supposed to be funny or ridiculous. And that's the problem that Keanu is just like they're looking shortly on the side. Yeah, I agree. I don't think we can put it in there. No, we're not going to. It's okay. The next film was really interesting. So this is not going in, but 1990 threes even cowgirls get the blues, which was a kind of a famous bomb and was follow up to my own private Idaho and the film that he made before the to die for goodwill hunting. You know, double smash the Van Zandt had immediately after this. And it's the one that comes in between. When I was a kid, I loved the books of Tom Robbins. He was one of my favorite novelists, still live with woodpecker was put in my hand when I was 13. And so I really, I like this movie a lot and I also blame it for there not being more adaptations of Tom Robbins. Books because it bombed so hard because he's a very particular flavor of novelist and Keanu again plays kind of like the secondary tertiary role in this movie mathematica is the star. Doesn't totally work. But I think it's indicative of how wide open it felt like American movies were in the early 90s. The fact that a movie that is this unusual about a hitchhiker with an unusually large thumb is a weird movie and it's a mainstream movie that had a bunch of emergent movie stars in it. And the reunion of Uma Thurman and Keanu as well from dangerous liaisons. Okay, even cameras at the blues is out. Freaked, which is his reunion with Alex Winter, this is really more of a cameo and you can see that he uses Alex is using Keanu to kind of get this movie made that is like a soft reimagining of Todd browning's freaks about like a former child star and like a carnival world and has a really weird movie, but if you were a young boy with HBO in 1995, you were watching this movie over and over again. Definitely not in the Keanu Reeves Hall of Fame, but an artifact of my childhood for sure.
"keanu" Discussed on The Big Picture
"About a teenage teenage stoner who kills his girlfriend. And then his friends rally to sort of not dime on their friend. And it becomes this complicated story about mid 80s teenager hood. It's Chris Glover is effectively the star and he gives an absolutely insane performance and Keanu is his close friend and Keanu is the friend who is more emotionally conflicted about not revealing what his other friend has done played by Daniel roebuck. Keanu is not the main force of the movie, but I think the movie is remembered because in part because of Keanu's fame, it's the first one where I'm like, this is a yellow because it's an important artifact of 1980s culture. It's basically like a rejection of The Breakfast Club and John Hughes and it's like the other side of the teenage story and the kind of teenage panic of the 1980s. So I want to just yellow this even though I know Keanu has a very big career to come that we're going to dig into. Whether it makes it or not, I think if you were in the crispin Glover part, it might be a little easier to say that this is definitely in. 1988 the night before, this is not in. 1988 permanent record. This is not in 1988, the princip Pennsylvania this is not in. Then we get to dangerous liaisons. Where he plays le chevalier Raphael, dancing. Yeah. There's a supporting part we can't put it in. In a great movie. Such a great movie. Also such an insane. I mean, what a decade we were born in. Is he remind me in this? Is he in pursuit of Uma Thurman's character or of Glenn Close's character? I thought, Uma Thurman, but I did not revisit it. I can't recall if Glenn Close uses him at a certain point. They use each other. Like, yes. But I think that he, if I remember it correctly and this is I'm bringing this is bad literature reader. I think he's the cello teacher role from cruel intentions. Which I'm sorry to everyone. He is the music teacher. Yes, exactly. Yeah. Okay, let's yellow dangerously is on just because it is probably the most notable and seen film that he's made up until this point. And this is the film that in part gets him the role as Ted Logan in Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure. Which is, where are you at on Bill & Ted? I don't know if you've ever had that discussion. I once had Keanu and Alex on this show to talk about Bill & Ted. Very charmed. It's still kind of makes me laugh. Like I did watch part of this again, and I wasn't laughing out loud, but I was chuckling to myself. It is definitively in the Hall of Fame. Yeah, it's hard. It's so cute. Yeah, they're great.
"keanu" Discussed on The Big Picture
"Does not talk very much, but not in an annoying way, which is very hard to do. It's just that there's kind of this other it's almost just like there's another place that is like the Keanu place and you want to be part of it. He's honestly just very cool also. Very cool. Very few people are. It's sort of the personified in him and it's the interest in things, but the lack of effort and the presence and obviously also quite beautiful. But just everybody kind of wants to be near him. Yeah, I think his beauty preceded him at the outset of his career and over time, I think he has become more known as a physical performer because he's become really one of the generational action stars of his time, but he didn't, that wasn't really how he started. He started as more of a kind of comedic dramatic comedic actor and over time in part because of movies like speed and then especially the matrix. He has evolved. But as I was listening to you talk about what you think of when you think of him, the person who I was reminded of was Steve McQueen. McQueen famously was the person who would look at Scripps and he would start to cross out lines of dialog that his character had because he just sits, he thought I could communicate what is being said on the page just with my face. And Keanu is a very similar kind of performer. And in the John Wick movies, I feel like he, even though those movies are getting longer and longer, I feel like his dialog is becoming less. Through each film, because you don't really need to say it. We know who that character is because he conveys something powerful without speaking. And even John Wick four when he does say something, it's like he's almost leaning into the John Wick delivery of it. Which again is that knowing this, which I think was so many people can feel irritating or self aggrandizing and with Keanu. It's just a guy who's here. Giving you what you want, but in a it's cool way. Yeah, I was thinking about the difference between different forms of art and some art forms are craftsperson art forms and other art forms are like singular mediums like so have anything about painting. And some actors are paint and some actors are canvases. Keanu is a canvas, you know, Keanu is somebody that with the right filmmaker can have all of the color projected onto him.
Lance Reddick, 'The Wire' and 'John Wick' star, dies at 60
"Actor Lance Reddick known for the wire, fringe and the John Wick franchise has died. He was 60. Reddick may be best known for playing a cop at the HBO series the wire. These people do not touch the drugs. They don't go near the drugs. The wire is what gives us box deal. The actor died Friday of natural causes, according to his publicist, the Baltimore born and raised Reddick was a Yale drama school grad, and once said, I knew I was at least as talented as other students, but because I was a black man and I wasn't pretty, I knew I would have to work my butt off. John Wick star Keanu Reeves says he's dedicating the upcoming film to Reddick and was deeply saddened and heartbroken at the loss. Redick is survived by his wife and children. I'm Julie Walker.
"keanu" Discussed on Past Gas
"Keanu's bike tastes are unsurprisingly very cool. He is immediately, okay? He's Neil and John Wick. Yeah. You know? I mean, are we surprised? One bit. Not one bit, dude. This guy rules. He has little brand loyalty writing Ducati's Kawasaki's Harley's and BMW's. Keanu's second ever bike and incredibly restored 1973 Norton commando 8 50 Mark two a is an specimen. That's nice. His bike collection is not known in total as he is famously private, but we do know it includes a restored 1974 BMW R 75 and el Diablo West Coast chopper and a Ducati 9 9 8 painted. The matrix reloaded the matrix that freeways. Trinity hops on a Ducati jumps it off of that car loader, so sick. So sick. Though it's no surprise that his interest in motorcycles include not just maintenance, but also restoration in fabrication. Interests that led him to do something no one else on this list has done. You were just going to say start a company and I was like, dude, Frankie Muniz had his olive oil. All these good, yeah. He started to forget about Frankie Muniz. Let's not forget about that. Olive oil and vinegar. And vinegar, that's right. Right. Raised teams do have employees. Keanu had a 2005 Harley dinah wide glide of 1500 CC V twin that he wanted to customize and was introduced to guard hollinger. Wow. Guard is the owner of LA county chop rods. And has been customizing bikes for over 20 years. They explored what Keanu wanted to do with his Harley and over the following ten years came up with a prototype for a small scale production bike. That was firmly this is my favorite one so far. My favorite one so far. This was the beginnings of what is now arch motorcycles. Keanu and guards bespoke motorcycle company. Commonly, custom bike companies will use an engine from a major manufacturer like Harley and build around it. Keanu wanted to build bikes that had a lot of power without losing agility or aesthetics. This is a complicated idea. As powerful motorcycles are usually road sofas, or harleys have a lot of torque. Yeah, big old V Twain. It looks like it got stung by a bee. It does. Yeah. The arch very much combines both. And it's $78,000 in freaking better. We're not idea. I sang a sweet. They're based in Hawthorne as well. I bet I bet Ben Connor knows them. He's like, oh yeah, he came over dinner last week. That's my Ben con. Yeah. Keanu continues to have a passion for motorcycling so much so that every movie he does, he must sign a contract release, stating that he will not ride a motorcycle during the production of the film. But we know. We know that these don't keep Neil. These arc bikes look sick. Yeah. While their success on the track may not hold a candle to the success on the screen, the one unifying feeling conveying by these stars is that they would likely prefer spending their time in embrace car over their original profession. And while Frankie Muniz is likely the exception, both Dempsey and priestley suggested to the press at one time that they wished that they could focus primarily on racing. And while their celebrity and money have certainly helped them get a foothold into a highly competitive racing world, only a period desire to race and win could possibly have these guys are living the dream. Yeah. They get to have a cool job and make a lot of money doing it and then buy cool toys that I also like and that in my mind makes them cool. Yeah, great. Great. Yeah, great. We got some fan mail. This is from John from Papua. I think this might be some. Yeah. Hey, first, big fan of the podcast. By the way, boiler room is an amazing movie. Lots of love from Lake county, Wisconsin. It's a bit better than Minnesota and a hell of a lot better than others. I'd love a podcast about automotive company parts brands. Why are Chrysler products referred to as Mopar? What's the deal with motorcraft? Isn't AC delta owned by GM? What do these brands? Why do these, what do these brands still exist? I guess the equivalent to Euro cars would be Bosch. But why would each of the big three need their own? First of all, Bosch is a TV show. It's not a parts manufacturer. Great actor. The links love busting. Old cars. Well, thanks, John from P walki. Shout out to my Wisconsin. What's gone through and brethren? You guys don't even know how to talk. He had a typo in there. Wisconsin sucks. Yeah. Thank you guys for listening. Thank you so much. All of the boys on all social media at James pumphrey at Joji Weber follow me at Nolan J Sykes. Try not to fall asleep on your weather. We make clothes. Yeah, subscribe to the YouTube channel and everything. Big thank you to our producers this week. And every week, Kristina felski and Gavin kinsel, and our writer Jimmy Pennington. Great name for a writer. We're gonna go Pennington. Find Keanu's shop. See ya. But not in a weird way.
"keanu" Discussed on Past Gas
"So that means that that means in the script. In the script on mobile. Do you think in like the French adaptations of that show, they're like. June. How'd you name it? That's the only thing that translates to fresh. Welcome to lung time. About the show. In 1990. The wrong show. Raymond. Marine. In 1996. In 1996, RRR was also sounds like a seal on the team. Won the SCCA sports car club of America. World challenge pro racing manufacturer's championship. Wow, a competitive stock car race showcasing mostly American muscle cars. Allen was the third driver on the team which drove Celine's Ford Mustang specials. Those super impressive. It seems like he was the money behind the team and didn't race in the championship. Well, I mean dude, you know, I think it'd be cool to be a race owner. Yeah. Oh, for sure, I personally. Jumping in for a little stint. Yeah, exactly. We're all white in a cowboy hat. Over your helmet. I'd have a bill. After racing with art for a few years, Tim moved into hot rods. While there isn't much information about racing of these hot rods, he did say his favorite aspect of building them is the mindset around it, saying, quote, wouldn't it be great to make that out of chrome or put that big engine in this and then you drive it? And then you drive it and drop it. That sounds more like a rotary. Tim's personal car collection is massive and houses mostly Detroit muscle, including a fully restored 1933 Ford roadster. Two Shelby cobras, including one rare semi competition variant with a four 27 V8. And a Corvette ZR1. And a Ford pickup truck that was on set. I visited the set for last man standing. With a class that I was taking a TV production class and I snuck away, looked into the garage part of the set and under that little tarp was that Ford truck. And I was scared. Because I was like, wait a minute. I thought that maybe there's security cameras saw me. And I was getting in trouble. Yeah. Yeah, he knocked on a guy. Our last silver screen speed demon, and this episode's eponymous star needs little introduction. The boyfriend of the Internet Keanu Reeves has been a bona FIDE superstar for what seems like forever. Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure. Point break. The matrix, John Wick, the list is long in seemingly endless. Keanu's path though is a bit different from the others on this list, his obsession comes on two wheels instead of four. Basically a half hour. We like to call them around here. Keanu's introduction to motorcycles came at 22 when he asked a stranger in Munich cool. Where he was filming a movie to teach him how to ride. Hey, I know we've never met, but do you think you could teach me a yes? Yes. The young woman taught Keanu on her Kawasaki 600 enduro a zippy little 550 CC dual sport. And inadvertently began a 40 year long obsession. Yeah. Big bikes. Big bikes for big boys. And girls big boys like big body bikes. Can I get a dog? German. Jaw. It's JA. Yaw. What? Ever do. I've never been there. Keanu started buying a used bike every time he started a movie as a project to ride tune from the set. Then then he'd sell it when the project was finished. Or sometimes he would sell it. I've had four or 5 bucks from that. Well, it was 6 or 7. He said in an interview with Red Bull when pressed on if he actually has more, he demurs no, no, no, no. It's not like that. Well. Lots of enigma. Lots of misdirects. He added, when I did a picture called my own private Idaho, I asked the director, Gus van zant, so what bike am I riding? And he pulled up on 71 north commando that was canary yellow, the props guy said, do you know how to? I was like, I'm good, man. I got this.
"keanu" Discussed on Past Gas
"You gotta make sure. In all, Patrick's empty scored 9 podiums in high profile races like the Rolex 24, the Sebring 12 hours, the road Atlanta. And the Fuji round of the 2015 FIA world endurance championship. He once told The Today Show that he was considering leaving acting in order to focus on racing full-time, adding quote, I'm not necessarily bored with Grey's Anatomy. I'm incredibly grateful to have a show that's been on for ten years, but it's not the same. All the hot piece on that show is getting directors instead of race stewards. You got a steering wheel instead of a scalpel and a script. You good. In the show, I barely even wear it. Patrick expanded on his passion for racing in eurosport that same year. Saying, I would like to make motor sport a complete priority and just focus on this all the time. If I could just walk away from acting, I think I could do that very easily. And just focus on driving, I would love that more than anything. Once you left Grey's Anatomy in two 1015, he drove for a little while before fully retiring to focus on his family. But I suspect that's not the last we'll see. Of Patrick Dempsey behind the wheel. I think there's a theme through all these stories that actors are just super competitive and they get to the point in their career because they're so competitive and they're just like head down, do the work kind of stuff and they seem very dedicated to whatever they're doing. I'm painting with broad strokes here. No, I think you're right. I think I was an actor and I was like that's why I guess I'm a YouTuber. You know Eric Bana. I am not. I've never even built a beast. We'll be right back with more of this story, but first, a word from our sponsors. Thank you to our sponsor this week, indeed. Hiring for your business can feel harder than winning the Indy 500, but now I actually look forward to hiring. Why? Because we use indeed. 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Aside from playing the hulk, Eric Bana has been in blockbusters like Troy, starring Bradley Pitt. Black Hawk down. And Star Trek. Oh, yeah. Starring. He was great. Great villain. Yeah, he's a really bad guy. So you're kind of conflicted. I don't agree with this guy's methods, but he looks sick as hell. Yeah, but I know. What? They're gonna happen between him and Spock and Kirk. Eric almost had a completely different career path as he considered dropping out of school at 14 to become a full-time auto mechanic. But his father convinced him to finish school mate. Eric bought his first car at age 15, a 19 74 XB Ford falcon that he nicknamed. There it is. He has driven it in target Tasmania rally twice once in 1996 and again in 2000 7 for a documentary he made called. It's a great documentary. It's great. I've seen it multiple times. It makes you really well done. Mister banner. This isn't a direct quote, but I love in the beginning where I was like, I'm Eric banner. I'm known for something. And it's just like red carpet flashes and stuff. But really, I'd like to focus on. And that documentary, he also destroyed the car. Yeah. Eric also purchased a Porsche 9 44 in 2004 to compete in Australia, Porsche challenge, a series of racers in which he topped out at fourth in the sand down race.
Maj Toure Analyzes Matthew McConaughey's Visit to the White House
"Yeah I'm not with it at all And it's smart of the opposition It's smart McConaughey I think is from Yuval day if I'm not mistaken I think he's from that part of Texas Nonetheless it's a smart move by the opposition to get a charming guy a convincing guy to do this thing There's a movie called the devil's advocate with Al Pacino And Keanu Reeves are on a train And he's telling him like oh you're like southern slick They see you coming And he's like me you know I'm the hand under the dress of the Mona Lisa They never see me coming These guys like Matthew McConaughey Bill Gates These types of guys they're like the super nerd that you oh man he's not a threat Or he is super charming Actors generally not all because I have friends that are actors and actresses Generally there's a certain level of Hollywood like sociopathic thing here Like your ability to act as a character he's the same guy that was in free state of Jones somehow that means that we have to listen to you and your intelligence or acting ability translates into intelligence And it doesn't And he is allowed to be as charming and cool and witty and all of that is he wants to be in The White House is allowed to I don't know why but have this actor in there this prescribing what our policy should be but while he's free to do that that has absolutely no bearing on my life and my ability to defend myself my family and my community And I think people need to remind that the left has the right to be as dumb and foolish as they want to be They can express themselves that way They can hire paid guys with armed security details to do to say that we shouldn't have firearms and we are free to completely ignore them and hopefully catch their next movie where they're pretending all over again
Christian Toto: The Woke Mentality Interrupts the Creative Flow of New Films
"What they do Let me ask you this about Hollywood What is going on with all the crap they're pumping out lately Christian I mean I have not seen it I don't get to the movies much but I have not seen a good movie whether on cable or in a movie theater on any of these apps In eons I mean I just watched this matrix resurrections which again Jim's Jim's laughing I haven't even started yet Christian Listen everyone involved in that movie should be prosecuted At the end of the international court they should be prosecuted for crimes against humanity The people with the exception of Keanu but outside of Keanu no one should be average People should be sued damages should be issued for anyone who watched that The actors should be banned from public life forever They should be quarantined in their homes I mean I'm kidding of course I'm a conservative but you get the point The movie was awful With all these money going into Hollywood and all these genius woke areas you think they'd be able to at least make a decent sci-fi movie and they can't do it Yeah that's a great point And while we just it is interesting that there have been so few good movies this year Whenever I look at the Oscar bait movies and it comes awards season which we're in right now I was thinking okay I've seen some of these films Some of them are pretty good but they're not great They're not memorable I'm not scrambling to watch them over and again It's like I can't wait I can't stop thinking about them And I think part of it is there's a lot of different complicated reasons But part of it is what I opened my book with If you're a screenwriter today you open up your laptop you want to write a great story And you think well what if this character is a sense of what if that group is offended by this What if I can't say this or can't share that What if I can't make the bad guy truly bad What about the hero has some flaws and that upset some people What the woke mentality does is it interrupts the creative flow and causes self censorship and that does not create great art at
"keanu" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"Hello, Friends. What's up? It's mister out of max. I'm your host, this is a pursuit podcast on the auto collective. I'm gonna try, again, I will try to keep this intro short and sweet, because my guess this week is phenomenal. We went way over on time. We chatted. We, after we chatted, we stopped recording and then we started re-recording. So just a heads up, I will intro it in the episode. You know, we talked about our accident. And then we got done recording and she was like, oh, did we talk about this? So, we re-recorded it and we ended up talking to another 20 minutes. My guess this week is Keanu clay. She is an adaptive athlete. She has an upper arm, upper extremity injury. And she's a motocross rider. She's a snowboarder. She just won due to her. She's a skateboarder. She's a surfer. She has a petition that all you should sign and I will put it in this link below what you are looking at on your phone, the little bio there, scroll down, click that link. And the petition is to get her sport in the Olympics as a Paralympic sport. It's one of the largest categories. Female categories and it basically got voted as no. So they're not going to do it. So sign the petition, we don't know if it's going to change anything. Keanu has a very open mind about what could actually happen. But it's such a great conversation. I want to keep it short and sweet. So before we get into the episode, obviously I have to give a shout out to my sponsor. Unexpected country. Go to Onyx maps dot com, use code out of bounds for 20% off your subscription. If you have not downloaded this yet. Download it, use it. Use it on your computer, save maps to use on your phone when your phone is offline. You can put your phone on airplane mode. It still works. Slope shading, roop finding, get back to your van. It's unbelievable. Onyx, maps dot.
"keanu" Discussed on Nightly Pop
"You guys. No. No, is this? Who is this lady? This is somebody that your man cheats on you with. Asks for child support after the fact. And she's New Jersey. Correct. Fans are saying that it looks like Teresa judite. But like, on a more serious, who is that? It looks like this kind of takeover Rios of figurine. But this is, I mean, I mean, I get that it's humorous. This is disrespectful. You know, you have an obligation. This is your entire job to make wax figures of people. It's strange to me because the ones that are in the U.S. are good, like they just did a Beyoncé one. That one was amazing, but the Beyoncé wanted London. Not good. Not as great. No. I don't know if they think they're less likely to visit those. Now, that's not the Beyoncé one, I'm talking about. This is to Beyoncé one in another country child that looks like Shakira. Yes. So from baio, New Jersey. Yeah, I thought it needs to ask what? I know that. No, it's not okay. I mean, that really, I mean, the Beyoncé one is horrible, but you can kind of understand that they took inspiration. Rihanna is also what I'm finding interesting is they dressed her up for Christmas. Right. But like, did you maybe want to throw a new wig on your girl? By the way, she hasn't had that hair since 2010. By the way, someone should ever even had that here. I don't know what's going on with her. That girl. What even is happy? Is this supposed to be? This is the Midwest. Do you think this wax Rihanna got in tax trouble like Teresa? She caught up. This wax Rihanna does look like it did some time. This wax Rihanna went to jail. All right. Let's move on because Nina, we know you love Keanu. And now you can really love him. Oh, I don't know. It's gonna get weird today. Turns out fans were having simulated sex, so I did a good job. Simulated sex with his avatar in a VR game. The feature has now been disabled, but Keanu told the verge, he thinks it's a great idea. Oh my God, it's always nice when it's nice and you know. Yeah. It was affection. Think of how much money is important. So you could not even have to be there and people could have digital sex with your digital avatar. What's it called right now for members only? You could do a whole thing. So I should not have just gotten turned on. Yeah. By the way, that's just like the coolest group of people I've ever seen in one room. Like, why is everyone so effortless chic and leather? I love me some Keanu. That was weird. Whatever he's talking about. Me too. Really? I just love that he said for members only. We must protect him at all costs. Yeah. That's a 1980s bomber jacket. Only fans. Yes. Yeah, he's just like, I don't give a bad. I'm here for how here for it he is. Yeah, he doesn't care. Keanu, to me, has the most right in Hollywood to be a douchebag as famous as he is and as long as his career has been. And he is the nicest guy. He literally still takes the subway, like he just doesn't. He just doesn't care. People are probably photos all the time of him on the subway. There was a TikTok just recently of a girl taking pictures with her mom with him just on the street of New York. He's lovely. Now he's love him. You get a lovely vibe. I do think he's an alien, but that's another theory. Totally. A 100%. I think he is. I just can't get over it. But he's an alien who maybe I would have VR sex with. Yeah, I would have sex. Thank you. A VR. All right. Many times on the show, we have established that male strippers aren't really our thing. Nothing against them. We're just not that into hot shirtless men dancing for us. Just not us, okay? We are so lucky for us finding magic Mike premiered..
Sandra Bullock and Keanu Reeves Avoided Sex to Save Their Friendship
"Sandy Bullock admitted that she and Keanu Reeves never had sex because they both agreed they didn't want to ruin a friendship. And then I was always the kind of guy who didn't worry about the friendship and just went ahead and had sex and I would convince girls we're always going to be Friends. And you know what? I always stayed friendly. So it worked. I was right. But Sandra and Keanu met on the set of speed. It was 1994. My career was taken off and they had mutual friends. They had the same agent and they would get drinks together sometimes after Hollywood events. It was a wonderful time to be young and full of possibilities in Hollywood, but Sandra said in an esquire magazine article that even though they drank booze together it never led to sex. And she said, you know, Keanu is a guy who I feel like his friends with every woman he's ever dated, and I don't think there's anyone who has anything horrible to say about him. So maybe we could have survived, I don't know, but we didn't have to survive anything. We just get to grow up together on parallel roads and tip our hats and meet for dinner and try to work together. And the longer time goes on, the more in all I am of the human being, what I have been able to say that if I had dumped if he had dumped me and made me angry, probably not. I think she was missing the whole point that he would have been a great guy to be with.
Historic All-Teen Women's Final Caps an Open Defined by Young Star Power
"Amerada. Keanu is that good hits the backhand with ease when she has time to set on the forehand lookout can change directions off both wings is fluid out of her. Corners is a reluctant but competent. Volleyer more than fine. She just the way. She springs her legs into the serve. The way she keeps her back swings condensed on the return of serve. She can do it all and so again when we look at this matchup for rod kanye moving forward in the final against leyla fernandez. Two players playing with house money. And i posited this theory and this worming to end the show. Because i gotta go do some knoxville stuff. So i do apologize again for the lack of complete Analysis like we've had on some of her past recaps but it's interesting to note you know the players ages twenty two to twenty eight. They grew up watching caroline. Wozniacki reach world number one but just take lump after lump in the grand slams and just you know again have to deal with the pressure and the narrative of the pressure over and over again until she broke through. Same deal with simona hal. Made what three four grand slam finals before. She was able to capture her first title. And you just see you know. Repeatedly players like please give who in her prime and was at the top of the game win so many of these players were watching the sport closely sheesh struggled with the pressures and i think too you know. The players sap lincoln older the benches of the world that socrates of the world. They think they're supposed to struggle with the pressures and they put this additional pressure on themselves because they say well. That's what the orcs always been. That's always been the narrative and while. I'm less certain of that. Half of my theory theory when i am very certain of is. That's not the case with fernandez. That's not the case with rodney keanu. That's not the case with coco goff. They grew up in the wild west air
"keanu" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast
"Much. Yes and nine in the for mine standing they would know aces of someone. The may been one but that was dealt with pretty quickly but some win into lockdown before most countries and now is because in. I think it was november ban december. Two thousand nineteen we'd a measles outbreak in psalm wall which claimed like just under two hundred lives most of them children so many families during that measles outbreak. Actually everyone had to win into lockdown in the houses and doctors went from house to house to check to see who needed mazel injections. And that so you know as soon as rumors of cova hit samo. It's like bang. Nobody coming in here. It's affected tourism. Obviously the economy. And that's the flaw effect. That fixed. how much money family has young people you know. Having the funds to send kids to school and kind of stuff and so it's affecting people in that way and other ways people are going back to the land tending to the last night saw moore is running out of food and away. It's in some ways becoming less. Reliant on imported foods which is a good thing was colonization. Came home of that. Someone wasn't just wasn't very good for us. And you know some of the worst foods too. I think new zealand was handing over the worst pots of the meat and to sign war. And you know mutton and things like that and and it's really affected. The health of pacific islanders in there was a time in psalm will wear. I remember. my mom saying that she would not eat an avocado in public. Like embarrassing edge mendez. She couldn't afford bouira and they would be put you when not to speak your language and then you know you'd be shamed for qatar funny because it's like twenty bucks now smashed avocado thais but yet becton those ashamed actually eating your traditional and listen foods was was bitter so going back to the lands and called sylvania lands on great way of grounding and also connected to the phenomenon and eating inuk foods someone is a lot of people. The economy can't afford 'em mc chemicals and things like that pesticides in a lot of the cultivation cultivation. The -tations is done by means cycles. Awe watching out. Full ma tally which is leaky. The seven sisters and all the kinds of knowledge that constellations give us on how to cultivate. Lansner i guess it's bad in some ways because the economy but it's good another ways goods coming up. You could wear tease this surviving survivors and their resilient halen in the best of it yeah making about something of a stew sort of still shut down or even to new zealand or as a new zealand opening up to now. It's still shut to new zealand. Roy we're waiting. You're waiting waiting. Yeah we will book a ticket is seen as it doctrines up. I think the cook islands have opened up to new zealand. Right right another thing. I think i read a lot of pacific islanders. Do he's a work in new zealand and and from my understanding is a new zealand complaining that they couldn't get yari. What is cheap labor for them in having to pay higher rights you don. I don't call yes missed. It's this is really to you know. There's so many seasonal workers from the pacific islands. That come to australia but australia been doing it. For many as you think of the black proceedings grading yet sugar plantations the celsius south. The islanders guyland is that that then turn all a lot of them. Don't know which. China may come from originally come from inside the as a to. They've called the south sea island inch. I think that's right. I'm sorry. I've in that wrong but yet it was horrific even trying to win. Slave labor ended in australia. Many weren't returned to the islands. Meaning were taken out and dumped into the ocean and killed and then you know there's all those mass graves and queensland has well her i mean australia has a huge history and you know any zealand to. I'm not. i'm not just point. Anaesthesia of cheap labor. Getting cheap labor from other countries but i i think zealand industry. We have really struggled with not being able to find people that could work for Small amounts of pay to do the free a lot of the frequent waste. And like i saw lots of videos of that. Yeah interesting times. I and it's up thing as well that like chocolate as an industry is really notorious for using slave labor slave labor child labor lada families in the ivory coast in africa. Make this a dollar a day. A lot of them don't get paid until they ca- cow lands in europe. So there's been cases where shipments lost at sea full containers full off into the middle of the ocean and in the pharmacist distinctive paid so year this slave labor but then is also child labor where they promising kids that are going to take them to school in a different area but instead they're broadened phones to work for free. Yeah crazy crazy and in a lot of the chocolate that we you know it's not even a call at chocolate confectionery confectionery that we eat. That are in shops. A lot of the big game chocolate may conviction make kabri kilovolts which as mainly like a gourmet chocolate and they sell it to chuck latinas tears like cocoa black and things like that so make the chocolates from and it's from those kinds of plantations permanent company to angel those faces. But you know. I think we should be aware i think if you i think everyone that touches your food. What's been themselves in it. You know if you wearing if you're eating food that along the whole process of you know the fuck apocalypse genealogy of your food where it's wrong. I think is really important to know that the lance have been on it. You know that the lands of doctor and then if you think if everyone who touched your food did it with a smile and because they thought on it and they found less a. You're getting some good you at the end. Right you're going to be eating at. The end is gonna kill amazing and feel like a blessing but you know if you'll getting it from his face at is contributing to child labour to slaves all these negative spaces. I think the product you're going to get at the end is going to be honoring your body and if you think about some of these funds..
"keanu" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast
"So you are asking the tree for permission and the trees and the bush will guide you on which flowers are ready to be taken and if you stop initially deeply listen you'll be guided with its energy as not buying the plastic from the shots this massive disconnections with when people have moved when people indiaas bre and then have also disconnected themselves from the cultures is also this gyn connection to the land and then also all the indigenous knowledge will that deep relationship with your environment that can very hard to find a city. You know we try. We really try to ground ourselves and and find spaces of nature gallison's but it's not in your face constantly like it is back harm. Hulo run here to talk about patriotic page patriot. As a way that you can help support the podcast for as little as one dollars a month. Higher tease excess two extra special content as well as listing on our website. And a shoutout on the podcast. If you'd like to help us with a small monthly donation just go to patriot dot com slash flow on us. Podcast and join in the fun if you'd like to support us in other otherwise you can share this episode on social media. Subscribe to us on apple podcasts or spotify or just reach out and let us know your thoughts on this episode or anything else in particular or heights. Get back to our conversation with beeping. And there's a particular flavor to what you've shed and what i say you share online as well because you really like an activist and committed to life food sovereignty and indigenous land rights and environmental issues and like really grappling with some real life issues that are intense and super important. Think about but you approach it with light dance and the and delicious cal. And i don't know if it's just this is how you move through the world and this is what life veggies or it's like. This is some real hard shit to think about. Sorry let me shine lush and let me express this in a way that's like sensual and connected to nature and i kind of lua people in with the delicious stuff and then get them thinking about the light layers beneath us. What you said. It's not intentionally put together my strategy of putting this out. I guess it is. It's not a master plan. Plan to take over the world with cow. Good plan could make money. Hasn't yet you know. I think for me. It's just lots of things that are imported. And a my way of yeah. Yes activism isn't all activism is important in all different ways important miwa has been more of a gentle at united. We thought about this that we fought about this or planting seeds. You know. Like i mentioned with project transitioning cultural season planning that seed so people can go and and work through do the work and think of through it themselves. If you just talk a couple seats here and there it will help them. Cultivate their own thoughts on it and instead a trying to push things down people's throats which you know works in some ways. I'm not saying it doesn't. But i just haven't been that good at during that kind of stuff and yeah and i also as a sign one woman you grow up young person you grow up knowing you will space within your village and within your community and where you can speak up when you should speak open and you know we probably are brought up being seen and not heard in a lot of but aways but there is a gentle way of bringing your thoughts and and and what you go. And you'll believe in what you value to the forefront to help people to take people in journey because that's what you want a night but be would be taken on a journey and all of you to arrive together and feel empowered to have a voice on a subject to give ya instead a shoddy someone in the running off and actually do you wanna even go into a little bit more of chocolate project that he does very briefly mentioned about planting seeds. Because that's such a beautiful metaphor for what we yet. Transitioning cultural seeds is a beautiful project. I'm creating with an amazing community of elders and maiming woman. Women out is and the people within the west and salads out there through covid. We realized that a lot of people were turning back to the financial back to the land with it. Was you know all of a sudden your house was full of plants. Or you know you'll god and was finally being tended to but everyone was trying to get that connection back to the land and whether it was back with nature. I think we realized how much we missed it when we when we were now five. Commodore radius and with it without business living cocoa. We had some on elders. Ask us for the beans. The unrest of beans and we saw other interesting. We saw we saw chocolate. We saw the improv corrupt. Or pretty but they will winning the raw. Dekalb beans and we realized that were had the time to share culture knowledge so the or confides in the backyard. Alda's showing the grandchildren how to roasted how to pound it. How to make attrition traditional drink so as that was happening to living cocoa there was another friend of us if any whose grandmother goes chilies in her backyard is a huge got an just-released and the seeds she brought. She asked her family to bring for her from macedonia. I think it was over. Fifty years gone. I'm sorry of good in their many years ago. And it's the same seeds that she has been cultivating any year. They dry it they make different dishes out of it and she was passing that knowledge down to her grandkids. So it may be a thing. It's all this amazing cultural knowledge that is shared through food and food is i. Food is political. Food is essential but it's political. It has so much history in it and you know that histories sits without grandparents and out is to start with so how about we if we could document that through video and through them telling their stories and passing that knowledge on and that would be a beautiful moment tissue with everyone so the focus is mainly in the western suburbs. We have so far we've macedonia family. Assam won't family whose outer. Actually when she was a child used to sell her cocoa to my grandfather she is from the same village as me and we kinda found each other most so through during covid times when she was doing the traditional stuff. So yeah the videos will. The short documentary hopefully will be coming up early next year. But.
"keanu" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast
"Yeah yeah. I know is you're describing. Thous as she celebrates could really of some tropical breezes we just noticed trim festivals that we've been at and one person comes to mind in particular who i'm just going to call the white boy shaman with a little rise above the eyebrow and it seems cow ceremonies of becoming really trendy and really popular and the one that we went to that. Hey lead seemed very detached from any culture in particular. He kind of just did his own thing with us and thing page and also sharing from another culture. There's definitely a lot of thought that goes into. How can i share these beautiful practices. That mean a lot to me in a way that really on that sauce. How do you feel the popularity of cal. Sarah my knees and if it is something that people are really drawn to. Do you have any recommendations for how people can really learn from an authentic source and really on those traditions for me. It's hard to make comments about that. I exist when i see. That ceremony is different to allen's so like alice's solid. I guess not take any from a bag. You know we we take it right from from from the funeral for new of the earth and so when we are thinking bet out earth that would take the schuylkill from is the same as i answered the bodies buried in so ancestors. Bodies nourishing is coco. We know we have a very different. I guess lands on it. All competitive spaces that are doing glucose. Okay cossio malaysia. And the in you know. I also understand that. This is a very different jungle to what things back harm. And i i totally understand where you're coming from and i'll touch on it saying but i when acknowledged that we will find moments of peace in this crazy jungle ever we can and and in the most respectful way we can. I can't really comment on on this person that you're bringing up as an example because i needed to see what he does and potter me thinks well if someone's creating a ceremony and it's their own ceremony with their earn you know and then not actually connecting it to a cultural perhaps could thing pepsi not using someone else's culture to make money from there if he was doing was gluco with an onion whether during which chew if he's creating in a moment that it's going to help you woke with intention and consideration in. Maybe that's a good thing. If he was to do it and sought talking about you know main tradition and things like that and the source of. I guess you know there's different cultures and different kinds of casserole money. But if he was talking about that and and isn't man. You know there are questions about whether that is appropriate with a. You have people making money that with her. It probably doesn't sit very well with with me. A lot of people from the south america's that still doing those kinds of ceremonies today yet so hot. it's such a. I would like nuts agree but and then sometimes i just like we all deserve moment of peace and love what he has created his given someone in that audience half an hour pace. And that's a good thing to yes sir. It's hot to comment. Yeah just hearing your description of like it even starts before the tree is planted and then it's all without connecting with family and sharing history. It's a very different exterior in. Will you know life is ceremony. It's not just a half alsatian or one alsatian something like that. It's your whole lot how you will content with intention with consideration and you learn that and we you know in some ways we teach through polynesian every step you take is gentle and considered because the way you place your feet on this earth needs to be at your creating disruption you gotta think about what he what what vibration i e contributing into this planet. And when at times. When i was told to vince daza polynesian dance. Everything is connected to the concentric ecology that happening around. You not just your your stout out with your see voyeur. Movement as representing a natural resource. So you'll personifying a natural resource with your movement that it automatically makes you recognize it respected and wanted to honor and everything you do and then also when you're learning how to dance and we're really blissed. Someone that we still living on custodial lands. My grandparents are buried right next to front door. We're having a in the past. We had gatherings and stuff around the graves. It's death as much still pot. Life in the presence is still much a part of our life so an officer. You know the my ancestors the bodies and nurturing trees around me that as i'm dancing and breathing this as it is contributing to help me dance giving me strength. so there's all these ecosystems that are happening around me contributing to dance. It will become ceremony everything it will these ecosystems that are contributing to the drinking of the at the end. You it's not just a on taking this half hour it as Riding my intentions for me and the is no. It's not just about you. it's about everyone. It's about a full community and not just the community as in light. Your your your family. It's the community the community. What are you contributing. So i guess you know when i think of ceremony i think of all that thing that space and it's the same unlike mody coach too similar in many pacific islands when they go in. We got a kit flex stuff to we've with is whole cut. A kid is a whole prayer being said before you harvest when you go and collect flowers to make your way. You're going to be making a lane. Every flower you saw is a blessing someone.
"keanu" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast
"That and they were trying to raise funds will report is that now couldn't do these long wounds. And the families of the people that had lost their family members the six months at andrews with us the conversations about what he could do another business and he's of talking about cow and that he had so many plants and trees at the back and that kind of started the process of by his educating him owe him understanding more about the firm tation drying and then us trying to an helmet chocolate. I never really knew. I was going to be a chocolate maker. Probably about six five six years ago when this all started to happen so as those conversations were happening with glenn andrew. I giving my sydney in gin and realized he was. I guess archive of knowledge on how to cultivate good cow which had always been archived and then stored off site on my brain. Oh no it's this. Oh no it's this boy and it bio small and being around family and hearing all that kind of stuck so yeah in. Living coco was born from that. We went back to some. When i've been going back and forth to someone for many years. I was as cuba diving. Teacher in sil- more around two thousand and eight and always wanted to figure out a way to come back and give back to my community in some way. And i guess living cool goal is the the that helped us get to for me to realize what i wanted to do to get back to sign more. Yeah we ended up connecting with an organization called women business which is like my teeth. Women businesses and organizations in some more supports people getting into traditional ways of agriculture and they are also one of the only supplier of coconut oil to the body shop. Allied the of this great co going with Coconut bombers and have been working for many years with the body shop to make sure that he could find ethical coconut oil and they also support us and trying to get cow and yeah just kind of grew from there and say you say the chocolate making time the e cell is kind of knew when you were growing up how was cow prepared and atan like heidi remembered as a kid show. Yeah how is it prepared. It is a very long process of taking it from the tree so straight from the trees and you'll back yeah it's to even say it from that because it's not even a process that starts from picking the fruit i suppose is though starting to germinate seed and you know i think if you honor in value each tip along the way when you're picking the fruit. It's even more part of it. You know. I just the ceremonial ritual off being able to drink. Enjoy the cocoa with the end sir. But we'll take it from the tree just because it's only an hour show when you take it from the tree you put out the seeds. Some people were ferment. And dry it but others take it straight from the pod with the uae white flesh over it and and stance. I it from the university. Let's black it looks you want it completely burnt and dry and then while drying it you while you're burning it and drying it over the fire also cracking the shell with a steak and then with the lemongrass kinda sure some someway. Oh blowing away. The shock the shout is burns away and you just live with the black seed. We've in take that into what were easing like a kind of like a tree trunk a holiday tree trying and a kootenai. I don't know english. It is a pencil. that's it and we were just pounded impounded. It's activate the cacao butter and there it becomes like a very thick black paste and then that is used for uttering so we either put that whole thick paste into a water and cook it that way to make the couching all we let it solidify into a cup and then when we're ready to use it will great so if you've got a lot of people together then you probably just put the whole thing into and remember like really old big teapots. They silva de a half of the fire. We'd have one of those two to cook it will in gingy macau and psalm more. I can go. Komo's what call that drink and kokusai more is a has been linked the traditional drink fulsome waffle if there was not really drink we didn't really drink coffee latinos and things like that. It was sam war. And you knew when you of being served Classical croissant will that it was time for deep telenor. Lean deep conversations. You're going to be sitting for hours. Lots of silence. And then you then until you think the next thing to say and then that you know you go down in junior about this cousin and where they're at and so you use it with someone full cups of cocoa later. We discussed everything you can think of time to go harm. You're getting like your chest. it's not. I think here. We have a coffee of an hour break you know. What can we talk about in that. Our which becomes very kind of surface compensations. He knows very rare that we go and visit and sit with someone. Know what in a plantation in the follow at ellie's house that str- house polls and its open and so the wind can come blowing through unusual sitting enjoying you. Know all the sounds of nature with your cocoa in reston. Nature is really nice..
"keanu" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast
"Movers thinkers and teachers about how they flow and much much more now. Before i begin. I'd like to honor the traditional custodians of the land way. This podcast is recorded. The run of the coon nation. We honor the out his past present and future. I hope you well. This is hundred and first episode. And as i've mentioned in earlier episodes we're taking the podcast in a slightly different direction. We really want to speak with people about issues of social justice and activism. And that's what we're doing. So i guess in today's episode is keanu p is a plane asian dancer an activist chocolate mica scuba instructor and businesswoman. Feet as you will learn. Now compensation is of psalm one and jim and heritage and hails from both somewhat and you zealand. We were really excited to talk to her in particular about what she's doing with living cocoa combining sustainability food sovereignty cultural education and of course chocolate. All things we can get highly behind. She is an inspiring creative who much energy. So let's get into our conversation with keanu vp. I hope i said that right. You get come on own. Thanks so much for meeting with us today. So great to get the chance to speak with. You could start with you just telling us a little bit about your background in where you grow up. Yes sure before. I said i'm just going to do an acknowledgement. it's okay. I'll two year at to low mellow loss to our tour. Emily wallace fabrics. I cited a lover immature. Our some were my innately. La without so so gay as harm. I'd like to bow my head. And i like to say thank you to the injury and the war on people of the cool nations and i'd like to acknowledge him as the traditional owners of this land in my tool mature otto so i take knowledge their elders and their ancestors pass prison. Any merging recognize that we visited on this land that they that we have list. Now call home so yeah a little bit about myself. Not i grew up in new zealand and some war. My mother is from the village viseu and saw my father is from the village vailima which is up on the hill. Inci more i did. Most of my schooling in new zealand is school uni in new zealand. I studied my undergrad was accounting and business management. And then i seen as i finished union. I disappeared overseas which is a very strange thing for someone to do. Especially i want to do on her own. And i think for a lot of my family my family. We're quite against it. But i was actually trying to move away from from a potential marriage. Kinda fall into. That wasn't good for me. So the further away base away. From london i ended in europe and i spent three years. There came back to new zealand. And then i moved to thailand and did a lotta scuba diving courses and things like that. I just fell in. Love the water. The tomorrow timana will over again. And yes i guess. My pa on reconnecting to the moorland reconnecting to dance to actually a provisional polynesian dancer and teacher and polynesian dance and also classical guitarist trained classical guitarist muscle chocolate maker. And i and i get very creative with ca cal and business owners. So i had a business. Living coco which brings ca cow from a one hundred thirty domestic and then civic islands maimings sound war and we manufacture cow here and then i also have another business. Qualify you sou- which is an acknowledgement in to on my village. Back home insomnia and vasu works with emerging and radio artists to create. Gosh whatever we want productions we have pup shots we do workshops. We do lots of things that i guess. Ground us and connect us to culture and then we all serve on programs in schools for the young people squad law. See it's a chili's sorry. I remember hearing about kind of the history of cacao in some allah and you'll in family history and connection to that which actually found was a really fascinating story and highly need to me which you let to share a little bit about that. Yeah sure so. The farmers in many farmers and saw more. Tell me that ca- cow. Kansas saw more well before within settlement german settlement. But what is documented in written down. Is that the germans. Broke cal tucson. More what i've learned with my time working in consulting with melba museum and a lot of their pacific island artifacts is the community. Know the story community nor the true story that have been passed down generation to generation. So cow has i believe has been in psalm. More for hundreds of years and was brought to ca tucson. Someone was brought to some war. In the pacific island is win the psalm ones who when the polynesian sorry would traveling through the americas through throughout the pacific ocean and was brought back with many other kinds of fruits and vegetation my family. My family have a history of counsel on both sides of the family. my grandfather. He created his own strand of cows. Code lafi seven. Lafi is the area that he was bringing together. A series of cuttings grafts to create a stronger stranded. Cow will more. It was a time when someone that three quarters of samoa was covid in either ca cow or coffee plantations and a lot of coffee cacao and copra apparently coconut had was being exported to to europe. And my grandfather. On my mother's side lou- lou john. Cecil stanley was kind of like who pioneer in and supporting some war and exporting ca-catch to to germany so he activated many villages to too gross Cocoa gal local and then through a company that he worked which was called west take they permitted and dry thick akao so ca cow needs to be fermented from five to seven days and then dry from one to two weeks. Some tried.
Dustin Diamond's 'Saved by the Bell' co-stars react to his cancer diagnosis
"Some sad news confirmed to us this morning. Saved by the bell star. Dustin diamond has cancer his rep telling the today show that dustin has stage four cancer. Not quite sure what type of cancer he has but it is serious. They don't know how serious it because they're still doing a bunch of tests just so they have a better idea of how to approach this thing. His rep said right now. I am asking everyone for thoughts and prayers. Dustin checked into the hospital in florida earlier this week. I was telling you about this yesterday. He was experiencing some pain all over his body. Just had a general sense of unease keanu in his gut that something was wrong last night. His former co star mario lopez tweeting. I connected with dustin earlier this evening. And although the news of his diagnosis has heartbreaking. We remain positive. That he will overcome
Dustin Diamond's 'Saved by the Bell' co-stars react to his cancer diagnosis
"News confirmed to us this morning. Saved by the bell star. Dustin diamond has cancer his rap telling the today show that dustin has stage four cancer. Not quite sure what type of cancer he has but it is serious. They don't know how serious it because they're still doing a bunch of tests just so they have a better idea of how to approach this thing. His rep said right now. I am asking everyone for thoughts and prayers. Dustin check into the hospital in florida earlier this week. I was telling you about this yesterday. He was experiencing some pain all over. His body just had a general sense of unease with keanu in his gut that something was wrong last night. His former co star mario lopez tweeting. I connected with dustin earlier this evening. And although the news of his diagnosis has heartbreaking. We remain positive. That he will overcome this
Alex Winter on how he and Keanu Reeves brought George Carlin's touching cameo to 'Bill & Ted Face the Music' (spoilers!)
"Jesse Thorn. Our guest is Alex Winter you probably know him best as bill from bill and Ted along with Keanu reeves he starred in bill and Ted's excellent adventure bill and Ted's bogus journey and the brand new movie bill and Ted face the music. Alex is also a director who's made several documentaries. His latest just came out a couple of months ago it's called show biscuits. It features interviews with former child stars about how their time working in the entertainment industry affected them. Let's get back to the conversation. There's a lot in this in this movie also about parenthood and the ties that bind to their and in particular how children kind of actualize the dreams of their parents in some ways for good and bad. I saw that theme also and show Biz kids. Your documentary that made me wonder if you saw parallel there to do you find that particularly compelling. I was raised by two artists. My parents were modern dancers. My mom had company in London, which is where I was born in my dad ultimately had a company in the Midwest. which is still going on when we moved to the states house quite young. I started out as a child actor professionally by like nine or ten I was working professionally by twelve thirteen I was in two long running probably shows back-back. Took me all the way into college so. My relationship to. My parents and to my family and the complexity of that and this idea of I wouldn't call destiny. That's the sort of of the movies that. But you know this idea of expectation and what is your life supposed to be, and of course, it's never going to be that and it shouldn't be that and and and how do the children affects the parents? How do the parents affect the children and of course now I'm a dad and so how'd now it's a triple layer cake right And Those are all those drams or fusing together and crazy ways and I had really wanted to make a film that allowed people who had experienced this firsthand meaning people that come up as child actors. I wanted them to be able to express the very nuanced layers of of that experience. Intimately I just had not seen that done and I had. you know obviously had done it myself in private, but I'd never kind of attacked at. So you that was very satisfying to be able to make and it was really odd to try to make show Biz because for the first time about ten years ago I couldn't find financing and it was exactly the concept. So it was very very strange to. Lovely. But strange to start making the film, shoot a bunch of interviews go away, make bill and Ted be dealing with you know Ted's problems with his dad our issues with our daughters live and our destiny that didn't end up the way it was supposed to in how did that impact everybody and you know, and then of course, like acting for the first time gangs I left act the acting business in after doing Dylan Ted to really Very consciously, and so acting again and I'm making a movie about child actors about parents and their children and it was it was like Oh did this all really need to happen at once was that necessary? I my Gosh. Every aspect of my entire life right now. So Yeah it was lovely and heavy Frankly yeah. Tell me about that decision to kind of I. Think you said, disappear for a minute and then come back and be doing more behind the scenes work than acting. Well. We talk about it in in show Biz kids and it's really not uncommon. It's. It's you know I had started acting I had a very, very public life from around ten years old to about twenty five on nonstop even through college. I was still acting on TV and doing commercials and TV shows. Nonstop and after bill and Tattoo amid and other film called freaked I was just psychologically. I was just worn out and I knew. That I was not I had some friends around me that were crashing hard at a couple that actually died. It was a pretty heavy scene. For Lot of us that had come up because we're all around the same age. So a lot of us were trying to transition from from you know sort of youth in the business too young adult business. We're not having the best time of it and and at the same time I gone to film school and was very very committed to my work as a writer director But it you know for me, I needed to make a conscious decision to get out of the public eye and just go live some normal life and I didn't feel like I'd really gotten to do that through pretty. Formative Adolescence and postal license and. Evan Rachel Wood speaks about this really well in the in the movie sodas will we? All everyone had the same experience I was sitting across from Diana Kerry, the hundred year old woman who was baby peggy, and she literally laid out my entire life story was completely jaw dropping. And that's what had happened to her when she had to really figure life out and she had to get away from the business and. And just be in the world and that's what I did I left. I left my acting representation and I moved and started a production company in London and I just shot commercials and wrote scripts and had a kid and live like regular Joe and. Got My head together and did some growing up and when I felt comfortable again, I started training again to act that was a while ago I just wanted to act for myself I didn't WanNA act. NAFTA, worry about it for paycheck I trained for a long time and it was just coincidentally had started kind of rumble back into life. But it was really lovely. It was a great way to come back can't owner. He's like, what am I, very, very dearest and closest friends in the world and. Everyone on that sat was family and if they weren't, they were really gracious and very happy to be there. So it was extremely sweet environment to step back into but Yeah, it was fun. But I I guess I needed the twenty five year break I I took it.
Bill & Ted Face the Music Review
"One, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, nine, we met bill s Preston and Ted Theodore Logan in the movie bill and Ted's excellent adventure they returned in bill and Ted's bogus journey in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety one, and now almost thirty years later they're back in bill and Ted's face the music Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves return as well. Bill and Ted respectively, and this time they'll need not just their triumphant man to save the world but also their daughters I'm Stephen Thompson and I'm Linda Holmes we're talking about bill and Ted face the music on this episode of Pop Culture Happy Hour from NPR here with me and Steven from his home studio is plan Weldon of NPR's arts desk. Linda and also with us from his home in Washington DC, we have JC Howard who is a producer of NPR's Ted Radio Hour and how I built this I. J. C.. Good to have you back good to have you back. So if you are all not familiar, there's not a lot setup that you need or these films except to say that Bill and Ted were introduced to us as teenage bro Friends who had a band and just wanted to have a triumphant band when they were older and eventually they got sucked into time travel and picking up different historical figures, and later we're going to try to save the world and there was. A whole story where they were going to ultimately right a great and triumphant song it's it is a surprisingly complex canonical story of which you need to know practically nothing in order to enjoy I think these films Stephen now that I have thoroughly set the table kind of what is your attachment to bill and Ted these movies. If you have one, well, I've seen bill and Ted's excellent adventure. A BUNCH OF TIMES I've seen bill and Ted's bogus journey a couple times. These are movies that have kind of existed on the wind for the last thirty years. I re watched these movies within the last five years I. Think I talked about the. What's making me happy on this show but still kind of needed to go back to be reminded of what happens in them going into this movie I mean this movie is coasting on goodwill. There is a certain amount of fan service going on here. I mean I'm not sure how many people were clamoring to revisit these characters almost thirty years later but at the same time. Something really really smart happens in this movie and you can tell before you even start watching it, and that is that it is ninety three minutes long all three of these movies are about ninety minutes long and I think they understand that that is the perfect lengthier. There is a certain amount of sequel bloat here. The first two movies are incredibly Chintzy. The stakes in the first one are no greater than maybe Ted we'll get sent to military school and you're there's like the entire fabric of space time can be ripped apart. This is a very shaggy movie. I. Think there are stretches where it sags but. I do appreciate the number of updates. You don't have the gay panic stuff that really dragged down the earlier movies are no gay slurs in this movie. This movie bothers to give its female characters a little bit more agency the women who become their wives barely have any part to play in the other movies, and here you get more of that you get their daughters who are given kind of their own subplot. So I appreciate that it's not just rattling around with these two dudes who are now middle aged, but they're taking an interest in people outside of just bill. Yeah and you do get their daughters. The structure of this one is kind of that they go on one journey through time and their daughters meanwhile who are played by Samara weaving and bridget lending pain go off and tried to get a band together for their DADS to play with on this epoch song that's supposed to save the world. So you kind of have the one journey going on the other journey going on then naturally in the third act it all comes together and I did like those two performances from the daughter's there are also some kind of new faces in this one kristen Schall plays Kelly who is The daughter of Rufus who was the George Carlin character in the original JC it feels to me like you are too young to have a moustache attachment to these movies but I have been assured that that is not the case because television. Yeah. That's exactly right. I was actually super excited to hear this movie was happening and I'm going to show my age a little bit and say that I was born pretty close to the release of the First Bill and Ted Movie of Bill and Ted's excellent adventure. So my first encounter with these guys was as as they say a most impressionable youth. And I was one of what I can only assume are millions of kids who watch bill and Ted's excellent adventure every time it ran on cable TV. The thing about the first movie is the problem that they needed to solve was very simple. Billon Tade just needed a good grade right granted the solution to that problem was a little larger than life and included doctor who like time travel home box and all but the problem itself was simple. The second movie bogus journey was certainly a little nuttier. It had killer robots and aliens and the grim reaper. Didn't feel like it hit quite the right notes for me. No Pun intended. So win a third film was confirmed. The main question I had was like, what are they going to do? Are they going to try to recreate the success of the original and go back to simple run of the mill time travel Orlean into the bizarre and crazy and from just the trailer? It was clear that they weren't going to just lean into the bizarre, but they were diving in head first. But I think what separated this one from the nineteen ninety one sequel is that it has a lot more heart. The original movie was really about the friendship of bill and Ted and saving that they didn't seem to care as much about saving the future as much as they wanted to just make sure that bill and Ted could still just be friends. So it had this kind of surprisingly earnest quality and I think that was what was missing in the second film in this third one for all of its bizarreness in all of its doubling down on death in heaven and hell, and all these kinds of weird things. It really reignites the idea that there are friendships and. Relationships here that are worth saving. Yeah I think you're absolutely right that they go back to the relationship between those two guys being the center of the story and I. Think it's really funny. One of the things that I think is featured in some of the the trailer stuff but they are both married they both have you know lovely wives that you have met before since they got them from the past and they have relationships with their wives that are completely enmeshed with their relationship with each other. So they can't conceive of having individual marriages that aren't some. Like a four person marriage I thought that stuff was sort of funny because I think one of the things that carries over like if you're going to take these guys in age them thirty years you have to either assume that at some point they became more normal, which is a weird thing to assume about bill and Ted. Or you have to assume that they are still very bill and Ted, which would mean that they are still kind of very fixated on this idea that they are a duo and they are always together and they are each other's right hand Glenn you had indicated on twitter that. You perhaps did not have the same nostalgia for these characters that perhaps I have and others may have what is your take care? All right. The ticker about to hear from me Linda Holmes is going to be a subjective it's rigorous. It's clear eyed it is on demand by the gauzy scream nostalgia because unlike all y'all I never saw these movies until this week just to prepare for the show and I didn't see him for very simple reason I didn't have to I. Mean I was a junior in college nineteen, eighty, nine I was studying marine biology. I was dating a string of profoundly unfulfilled women and. Being. On a college campus and eighty nine and not here boobs heinous strange things are afoot at the circle k just over and over and over. So I felt like I got it. And think about the time late eighties early nineties mainstream. American. Comedy was kind of stuck in this catchphrase based mode and I was like, okay. I don't need to see this while I've seen them all now and I'm here to tell you. Sure I guess that's your thing. I like the Guy Listeners of the leads I. think that's the appeal here but left only once an excellent adventure. It's a visual gag that gets tossed off. It's a Freud at a mall holding a corn dog and it's like, okay, fine. You got me I mean it's low hanging fruit, but you got. And in face the music this new film shore on Paper Samara, Weaving Kristen Schaal Holland freaking Taylor they are gunning for me they are coming. But ultimately didn't stick. It's not supposed to. That's not what it's for. It just evaporates on contact with the eyeballs and maybe that's exactly what the world needs. Right now is dumb sweep dumb but I
Keanu wants to go on a Zoom date with you -- for a good cause
"Finally we have a contest involving a virtual date with a big celebrity doesn't fail this is a fantastic story this is the story of Keanu Reeves who has put himself up for auction you can go online and bid on a fifteen minute personal zoom meeting with Keanu Reeves all the money is going to go to the Idaho children's cancer charity that's called camp rainbow gold so really good cause but if you're in love with the Kiana Reeves if you think it would be really cool to hang out with the matrix man with you know the the all the movies that we love Kiana Reeves in and sit down and talk to him about that or anything else here's your opportunity so if you go to camp rainbow gold website if you Google them there's a link to get to the site so you can put a bid in on this what do you think the current bid would be on something like this right now thank you yes from five thousand seventeen thousand six hundred dollars man to spend fifteen minutes with Kiana Reeves
Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter party on in the first 'Bill & Ted Face the Music' trailer
"Seven keno Reeves and Alex winter reprising their roles of bill and Ted for the first time in twenty nine years first official trailer for bill and Ted face the music that's the name of the movie bill and Ted face the music it's been released shows the two not having save the world as they had planned to do so twenty nine years ago in this film bill and Ted are looking to seek the song that will set their world right and bring harmony in the universe that says I am for the journey the going to be joined by their own daughters to believe it or not being cast in different roles other stars that you're gonna see in this flick include include Kristen Schaal Julian bell and Beck Bennett the movie is scheduled to be released in theaters if we get back into theaters on August the twenty first so twenty nine years between bill and Ted's excellent adventure and they save the world but the new one coming out this bill and Ted face the
Priyanka Chopra Jonas in Final Negotiations to Join ‘Matrix 4’
"So the story is that Priyanka Chopra is in final talks to join the cast of the fourth matrix film it was announced late last year that the matrix for is ago Keanu Reeves is going to be back for this and that's really exciting and Priyanka Chopra allegedly supposedly is in final talks to be one of the cast members in this movie alongside super star Keanu
Prejuvenation: What Your Need to Do Now to Postpone Aging
"I love Dr The absolute best to end the. It's funny I want to say that Ronald a couple of weeks past Halloween. However I remembered last night I was walking around In the subways and I saw this guy coming up and he looked like he just had halo laser and I saw his son combined him and they just had some. I don't know if there were demons Vince with their faces. Were just read. You know how you and I are always like we. If you're GONNA do the laser dude on the Thursday. What what you really want to do? Is You want to do it on October. Twenty Eighth I'm I'm not kidding because when it's bad in today's I'm telling you Ryan I'm signing up the Tober twenty eighth you will have the red peeling nonsense but people will just think it's part of your look shore. Oh My goodness Aka a Europe rejuvenation. You're all well for the holiday on. Hey everyone I'm amber and I'm Ryan and this is art beauty the real truth doc about the fake Shit So for a while. When I saw this on the calendar I just I just saw prove nation but a regionals it is like vaginal to rejuvenate? I don't why I forgot the conversation before I went there and I was like. Oh my God that's really cool The what's totally Pleasantly surprised what a fun conversation That it wasn't about the vagina it was now. How do you listen it? It's something for everyone. Turn them back well. Well and that's it. It's how to turn back the hands not turn slowdown. It's how to slow slow down right because we can't stop aging. It's going to happen. No matter what that said. We can certainly postpone Not only really sort of how we look but then the need for more intense procedures like facelift. So there really truly we discuss has something for everyone. So if you're in your twenties thirties forties or fifties. This is like the perfect episode for you lose. Everyone includes I. 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Keanu Reeves and Carrie Anne-Moss are returning for "Matrix 4"
"Was real it's not a dream we're getting a fourth matrix movie with Keanu Reeves and Carrie Anne moss both returning to their roles as neo and Trinity co creator and director Lana Wachowski will write and direct the new installments though there's no word yet on whether Laurence Fishburne who recently started to John wick movies with Reeves returned to his role as the enigmatic Morpheus is it really so hard to believe the matrix celebrates its twentieth anniversary this year Christopher what's an
Lana Wachowski, Keanu Reeves And Ana Reeves discussed on /Film Daily
"Matrix four is a go with keanu reeves just broke as we're recording this y- you're kidding no the real real story okay chris. What do we know about the matrix all right chelsea's. Oh no no. It's just as lana wachowski is back them she. She's going to write and direct right. Ana reeves is bad carrie. Anne moss is back matrix four. It's happening. What a weird day. This is turning. Wow okay okay. I like in this disbelief here guys you. This is a terrible idea we i don't. I don't think this is a good idea but we'll see matrix for comes just in time for its twentieth anniversary this year ah i mean look the the first matrix great movie those sequels. I know they have their defenders but they ain't good and i just now.
Michael Jordan, Keanu Reeves And Emile Hirsch discussed on Collider Movie Talk
"So apparently the matrix matrix for it is happening variety reports that loud on what caskey will write and direct a fourth matrix movie with kiana ribs and carrie ann moss reprising their roles so given all the rumors circulating about the matrix. I was surprised to hear this especially given the ending of revolution. So what do do you think about this news. Where could they possibly go with the story. Now i gotta let coin ready for this movie. It's okay in one thousand nine hundred nine twenty years ago. They foretold how ominous technology was gonna be. That movie was so prophetic and now we're living in an age where we often often don't know what's real and what's simulation whether or not you go to burning man. There's a very zatarain surreal quality to what reality is because of fakes because of technology. We've been overcome by technology technology in real life and now there is the perfect time to make the matrix four to retroactively fix the matrix two and three which could have been one very good movie rumor was i heard this this was back in the early two thousands that the animatrix and the matrix two and three it was supposed to be a trilogy but they wanted to do one before the matrix one after the matrix but because of the star wars. I don't know if this is true. Through warner brothers like no no no so they made the animatrix and then they split two and three into two movies but it should have just been one and that's why this movie's filled up loaded. I don't know if that's true but now they can fix that the matrix is more timely than ever keanu reeves is back in another hot streak carrying moscow's incredible and jessica jones. I love the idea of. I don't know why it's it's one which hausky but i love the idea of original crater coming back to a franchise that actually changed cinema. The first matrix is one question for you though so so. I think you use the word retroactively we're. We're talking a lot about ret cons lately but we were talking about something even before the show started that i think might be important to point out here when you say you know do things retroactively ret con whatnot. You're not talking about necessarily just like wiping the slate clean and saying this never happened. You're talking about adding it <unk> adding to it enhancing it. I haven't watched them in years. I've watched the first one planning but the second to there's an entire sequence if i remember correctly with the architect where there's a bunch of nieto's what easier franchise to fix than one where there's that many reality is easier. It's a movie about coding recode. The damn matrix is right there. So all you needed was the people that want it and the technology to catch up to make it different enough to make it worth making and the talent and we got all that in this announcement one of my very favorite things in this announcement is a quote and it says many of the ideas lilly and i explored twenty years ago about our reality are or even more relevant net lake more relevant now. That is the key terms phrase whatever that suggests that this franchise is worth bringing back. I could tell your super into into whatever <hes> was pitching this now well. It's just something i'm really passionate this year in general and storytelling is all the use of parallel realities alternate timelines justice that is also in any property and immediate fixture problem like it's not annoying. It's interesting it's exciting and and this is a- an ideal property to do that with you have to you we also have seen so with halloween. You can go that didn't happen and people will be okay with it. It's totally fine but by incorporating these sort of parallel words or re recoding as you said you don't have to do that you can satisfy both realities without pissing off a fair legion of fans who probably would be like what we saw that happen. It's real may chase recorded voted well. The thing is we say glitch in the matrix in everyday vernacular expression yeah a glitch in the matrix console all three and four we can actually go back and have a deja vu black cat experience and that's exciting and canneries doesn't age. It's very convenient. I that was one of the the biggest things about the story just seeing that the two of them are back but also we only get one which hausky this time which i find very interesting just curious. What do you guys make of that. I mean it is an interesting scenario that you hope is not in any way negative. The fact that lily was mentioned in the press release speaks well and the fact that they've worked together for like forty years see. We looked quite peacefully. I maybe lillies busy. Maybe she feels done with the story. You know there's a lot lot of possible reasons for that but it's it's interesting from a creative perspective if if that is solely lana on her own that i'm curious to see okay how the world might feel different when it's just one mind sort of creating this time around what's interesting to me is is that in conjunction with how many incredible creators came out of the matrix as we have like the john wick team and so many people that we now have directing their own work whether or not they come back to be like first a._d. Or any sort of second unit what the assemblage blue-chip the matrix is because we only have one which hausky instead of the pair so i'm really curious what the movie feels like and we'll be able to tell it's one of them instead of the pair of them because we've only seen them work together to my knowledge. I don't think i've ever seen a single hausky film. I think you're right. I i did like tried to double. Check really fascinating. There's always i'm <music>. I'm an apologist for a lot of their people. Don't like like i'm a big fan of what was the one about the the true through tom hanks. I liked that movie. I the credits of cloud atlas. They reveal who everybody played. Yeah i mean look. I like all of their movies yeah right up on the second for jupiter island because i love that speed racer summons emile hirsch whenever speed racer sir is trending. Emile hirsch was like yes. I'm here in tweets but like speed racer is one of those cult following. I think it came out six months too soon. The world wasn't quite ready for speed racer and the matrix four or is. I hope this is a movie that blows our minds because what they did with bullet time in ninety nine changed things. I can't wait to see what they can do. Twenty years later technology. I'm also curious are as has she says it's more relevant but also our relationship to technology has changed entirely in those decades and i'm very curious what the perspective on it is if it's still the the same. Is there any part of the movie where it's like now. We gotta plug back in the ass plugged in now. I know well. That's what's interesting is ninety nine i. I don't maybe i'm wrong but i don't think phones had internet like or if they did. It was rudimentary pretty average folks. I don't mind texting back marrow's still playing snake on nokia that point and you're doing like corey keyboard texting yeah. I was eleven so i don't remember who had i didn't have internet so what we are now. Now is such a different animal than what that movie represented them but you can watch the matrix now and it doesn't feel old yeah when you watch the matrix the first one it doesn't feel dated so i can't wait to see what they do with the world catching catching up to the reality of the already made. Maybe i'm just i'm afraid to see what they're about to foretell about the future sickly the way they did with the last one hundred forty nine the matrix man. That's a very fair concern very very. I want to know but i'm not sure if i want a fair concern that speaks to how rich this opportunity entity is because it's very exciting because we talk about you know reboot sequels franchises continuing you know twenty years after the last movie came out you name it and we're always like well you repeating something like does this just seems like a really again rich opportunity to continue a popular franchise where you're basically justifying it in the pillars of the franchise itself so i'm pumped and for me. It doesn't doesn't feel like where we have like. Indiana jones nineteen where they're like inventing a new story. The matrix said the video game the animatrix and the two sequels this rich world. They've already built up that they probably had other ideas for or and had ideas for the last twenty. Here's a here's a question from the live chat briefly from who rang who's writing. What does what does it mean for michael jordan. He was mentioned to star matrix matrix reboot. Maybe plays morpheus as son but really quickly before you guys even answer that it was making me think <hes> oddly enough off. I am more into the idea of another matrix movie with keanu coming back with a movie basically being pitched as matrix four rather than getting what we were originally talking about about you know just prequels and different offshoots as much as i like michael jordan i kind of hope that that is done and it's gone and they just move move forward as we were just discussing here. I mean i might be remembering incorrectly but i believe that had a different writer attached they did yeah sounds like a pretty the different project i have no problem whatsoever with michael jordan being in this movie because he's phenomenal and that would be great casting if they want to keep that one little nugget of that project alive. I do please yeah but it sounds that they're pretty separate at least from what the reports read like yeah to me. This is a separate property but if he's on the radar is on the radar so then it's a good thing and it's warner brothers so michael. Jordan is very much on their radar so it's a great opportunity to clarify. I'll take michael jordan anything. It's just when i first read the read the the news or a rumor at that point that that's what they were exploring. I'm like okay but then i hear something like what we're talking about right now and that's the hook. That's how you get me back in. I agree i. I don't think a reboot released spoke to me but hearing the story evolved from an original creator really speaks to the original team for the team sending
Billy Eichner, Seth Rogan Kumba And Twitter discussed on Lights Camera Barstool
"Teaser released for The Lion King, and it's notable because you got to hear beyond say, as Nala for the first time interesting way to do it very subdued not big fanfare. The pretty big reveal. One of the most famous people in the world period, but they put it out there and it's making the way around the web, you also here Seth Rogan Kumba and Billy Eichner is to moan more. We shot out the Billy Eichner for the quote tweet on Twitter fan of our trailer. We jumped the gun there on Disney marketing, and he tweeted us, so you got to hear her for the first time. It's very quick. Brief. I don't much say about it of the fact that I'm getting more and more excited for this movie, I think, just because of how enjoyable I think the theater experience is going to be a lot of nostalgia. I think it's fairly okay to say, as I've mentioned, many times that you can note the movie is unnecessary, but also very excited for it. Because at this point I'm more excited for lying than I am. Toy Story