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"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

09:00 min | 2 months ago

"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Music but it made me think what are your top music soundtracks of all time any jonah as Is acceptable mine. Have to be baby driver. Me earl in a dying girl sings street and black panther mma With you any favorite well thank. Street is actually one that i i remember a lot. Actually say that one is sometimes. I'm just feeling nostalgic forcing streets specifically and. I'll just play entre over and over again until i'm sick of it. But wow what a great soundtrack is. i'm also into Soundtracks from the same director whose name is slipping my mind for some reason. Giancarlo john carney yes. Once for example begin against on-track. Isn't that great. Actually we listen to it again recently. It doesn't really hold up but once is still great I really enjoy writing to the phantom thread score. That's one that. I really like to listen to when i'm feeling especially like i want to concentrate. This one is going to sound a little basic. But i really like. I still have a fondness for the five hundred days of summer soundtrack. i think every piece of Like every song created for that soundtrack is so so much for that movie. Is and i know it's kind of tweets and a little bit old fashioned announced fashioned but kind of out of fashion now I think i think the soundtrack is great I those are the main ones. I think that. I can think of off the top of my head i would say. Dazed and confused has a really great Soundtrack that i think about a lot lot of classic seventies rock kind of stuff that i'm i've always been into Yeah chris any any standouts for you. I tend to prefer scores two soundtracks. I like you know the music with lyrics. Especially if i might working because if there's something with lyrics i can't focus on. The work attracted by the lyrics same so i i tend to like john williams. You can't gems. I love pretty much every soundtrack that nick cave and warren ellis have done this nation. Jesse james Trent resident atticus ross. All their soundtracks are fucking phenomenal And like i love really really really. I'm really into like sad. Melancholy scores were violin. And there's some canton fed fan of resonated example. And the bill streak at talks soundtrack. Track is good and another one is the last black man in san francisco. That's amtrak is just phenomenal. Basically anything that's just like you here in. You're like to cry right now. That's what that's kind of music island. One that isn't really a film soundtrack. But a film score. But one that i listened to a lot as the talk to attract the score sira very gold That one is one that is also good for writing. 'cause it's not. It's generally very energetic Lot of feeling like a superhero type of of music. So yeah got an with them. Game of thrones like. I don't like that show but they had a great score in a great simply just music. We're just as his great. I would say spiderman into the spider verse has a great soundtrack and then oh brother where art thou. You're in the mood for that kind of thing. It's a very specific kind of vibe. You have to like be on its wavelength for. Thank but but when it hits. It's really good. So while we're talking about senator wanna throughout my one pet peeve and this is something that happens with quentin tarantino soundtracks drives me fucking nuts and it's people include audio from the movies were obtained song. The next track is like a snippet of dialogue from the film. Don't do that. I hate it like i have. I have the hateful. Eight centric on vinyl makoni soundtrack and great great composer. But i can't listen to it because every other fucking track is dialogue from the movie. Look the dialogue. Works great in the film. But when i'm listening to music i don't wanna hear dialogue. I don't know who thought of this idea. But i want it to stop. The uncut gems contractors recently tries to fuck nuts. I don't wanna year at sandler talking. I want to listen to the music. All right i've done weird weird thing. I don't understand why anybody thought that was a good idea but all right. Our last mailbag entry here comes from tyler from seattle who has written in several times. I love a good opening credit sequence. They seem to have become more and more a rare occurrence but when done well they can really pull you to the right mood for the story to follow some of my favorites of the intro credits. Zombie land and finches girl with the dragon tattoo. What are some of your favorite intro credit sequences. Click chris. Let's start with you this time. I mean like hitchcock always like psycho is a great one word at saul bass. It's not like footage shapes and stuff like that vertigo one. Yeah it pretty much any hitchcock will. I'm trying to think. I should've i should've prepared for this. Is like being in high school over again. Study for this mentioning. That reminds me of the spielberg. Yes yeah which is obviously a of alleged to that but that's a more modern great versus kind of style. Seven seven has a great opening credits where it's just like moody and like disturbing imagery and it's a remix of nine inch nails closer without the lyrics like that's a great example. James bond movies all have really cool opening something. Yeah i was gonna say casino royale. That's i mean that movie came out in two thousand six or something and that's still like one of the standout ones for me in this category. Oh and Casino the marzi movie which is also saw bass again. Where it's just like all the neon lights and stuff like that in in vegas and goodfellas is a great one to i. Just don't ignore me. I'm going to list like every fucking movie even. Have you ever seen this right. It's an actually. What about you man. The first movie that came to my head to was growth dragon tattoo. Because i love that opening credit sequence. And you're right. There's not enough of those and the thing about the gold dragon. Tattoo sequence is that it's filmed like a music video and it feels like david fincher harkening back to his time directing music videos. It's such a great courtesy sequence. So i just wanna raise about that one a little bit. I feel there's some good animated ones. But i can't think of many of my head. I think the move on opening sequence was pretty good. From what i remember. It had like the calligraphy and the mountains kind of Start to form from from in calligraphy forms. That was a good one Yeah chris mentioned a lot of good ones. I i can't think of many. There's there's a A sad lack in great opening credit sequences scott of is panic room titles are like all across like skyscrapers and stuff like that. Jerry basically scorsese. You have the best credit secret now. The ma best modern ones like the olden days. They were very much more calm. I feel like at some point. Hollywood was like we need to get right to the movie. You can't like some movies even heavily. Titles just like they just fuck and start. That's fine but you know. Gimme gimme a cool opening credits. A lot of stuff that i've been washing from like the thirties and forties is literally just like giant notebooks like a huge pieces of paper with like calligraphy written on it and like it'll be like the title of the movie and then you see a hand come into the frame and it grabs it and like flips the paper. You know it's spencer. Tracy narrating and this just like hand that's flipping through or writing something to gilman's by like he's been critically gallons. This movie is going to have gallons. I can't wait with the star. Wars openings count as opening credits opening crawl connex mention that. Guess yeah i would say Do the right thing has a great one with rosa anti. Yeah oh one. Let's see what else movies man. Good irish maybe doesn't count. But i love the irishman's title card when i heard you paint houses time doesn't even say like the title of the actual movie since fucking rules. Remember one lord of war. Did you guys ever see that. The injuries i if i remember right the whole thing is like it's it's tracking like a bullet or something right like the attracts them. The the journey of a bullet from its production all the way through the cameras mounted to it the whole time i feel like it goes through a bunch of different Customs all sorts of assembly lines and stuff like that ends up in a in a box and it's is delivered to the final..

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"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

08:05 min | 2 months ago

"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Have everyone and chris evangelista high. All right so we have three news items to talk about All of them. Are you know various shades of exciting and interesting. I think so chris. Let's talk about What is arguably the big piece of news that came out today. Which is that any jones five has just gained a new cast member. Yes ben that new. Sorry i don't know why the menu but let's keep going anyway that newcastle very mad mickelson. Who of course is known. Ver- hannibal and the recent another round. And he was in doctor strange and he was in rogue one and casino. Royale is in everything. He's a very prolific. very good. very well known. Well liked actor. And now he's joining any jones five We don't know who he's playing. I feel like everyone including is going to assume he's gonna play the bad guy because that's kind of what hollywood makes him him. Do you know he's a outside of hollywood in foreign films he doesn't always play the villain but hollywood is kind of sort of typecast him in the bad guy role but we don't know who's playing a part of me really wants him to not be the bad guy. Don't get me wrong. i'll. I'll be happy with whatever he does because i think he's a good actor. It's always fun to watch him work. But i really want him to be like sort of like the bumbling sidekick i think that would be a lot more entertaining and he can be funny. Hollywood doesn't let him be funny that often but it'd be great if they let him play. You know sort of a writer character than normal. How fun would it be if he was playing like the bumbling spectacled nerd guy. Who was there at indiana university and gets dragged it. Unwittingly unwittingly to the expedition. And just the the villain such a fun reversal. Or he could be playing mutt williams. They just don't acknowledge my son. Mutt williams is year man accident and do not madison walks in wearing like leather jacket. And that hat. He's like hello father. Let's go on another adventure. It is a high mutt. Signed on mutt williams. Amazing well i mean. I don't think we're going to come top that let's just move on next item. Which is the I guess this is a spinoff of dracula that universal developing is called r-enfield. Nhc that movie has found director. Tell me about that project. Yes r-enfield is going to be centering around the Unhinged henchman of dracula has done a director. Chris mckay who is directing the coming. Chris pratt action flick. The tomorrow war and has directed the codirector lego movie and directed the lego batman movie. He takes over as director after dexter. Fletcher who man was initially set to helm the movie but Fletcher has apparently stepped. Aside and chris mckay is now in drifting chair and is producing as well so a remind me again. Who'd like what the what i need to know about this character. You mentioned he's sort of like a side kick character to dracula. You and i both Chris i know you're a big dracula fan as well Just for people who may not be super familiar with that story who is r-enfield. Exactly benfield is a patient at a lunatic asylum. Who appears to have this. Mysterious connection to jackie la. The vampire account. And honestly i have read dracula. And i can't recall much about rental. I think he's more of a a smaller supporting role in that story. But i do know. His role has been expanded in further dracula movies which i think chris can talk about yet. Chris you wanna pick up the baton there. Like i feel like i have vague memories of r-enfield he's like a guy who's field R-enfield is basically. He's like dracula's familiar basically he's But for the that's in different versions in the nineteen thirties version. He's like drake familiar. I'm in the book. R-enfield is an insane asylum patient. Who has this. Sort of connection to dracula and He's pretty bugs and stuff. And there's like this crazy guy. He knows something about dracula. That's kind of the extent of what i remember him. Different versions change things around like in the nineteen thirties version which seems to be like the most popular version. R-enfield is actually the guy who goes to sell dracula his house in england first and then he goes insane that jonathan harker takes over for him. But that's not actually in the book and they sort of carry that over into the francis. Ford coppola version where redfield played very memorably by. Tom waits the singer and actor and friend field. Guys come on folks you know. It's just it's weird that they're making an entire movie based on sky. Because this is like it i don't know i don't think we've gotten any casting news or anything like that or even a full scope of exactly what the story is going to be about but like it's just a strange choice. I mean i understand that that universal is trying to you know they've decided to unfortunately like basically shut down the dark universe. Then bring it back to life under a different name without that exact banner over it by just developing all of these different projects based on the classic universal monsters but a an entire movie about r-enfield just seemed strange and chris. Mckay seems like a little bit of a weird choice for this project like. Ac what do you think about. Mckay directing us he. He's kind of a left field choice. He has mostly directed an animated films and he makes his life live. Action debut with tomorrow war which we haven't seen yet And it did the report that Broke the news that he was The deadline report that book news that he was directing Said that his pitch one out over other directors who were in the running and his pitch was basically that he could balance action and humor in a way that was really appealing to universal. And this is a this is like the a funny redfield r-enfield you bungled this again in office down some steps. Oh man actually the amazing buddy. Comedy or dracula is like annoy at r-enfield like i'll r-enfield pinky and the brain food. You let all the bats out okay. Well now i'm going to be disappointed. Not that listen. Universal hit me up. I'll write your enfield script for you. There's still time all right. Let's get to our last new story of the day which is a new movie from mike. Flanagan who is like man. This guy just never takes a break chris. What's going on with them yes. Mike flanagan is adapting the season of passage which book by christopher pike and christopher pike was a very poor. I don't know if he's still popular. But when i was when i was a youngster. Pike was one of those young adult. Writers was very popular up there with like rl stein and his books were a lot weirder than or else dies. They were just very strange Surreal over sexual is sci fi horror Curiosities and this is actually one of his books. That was actually aimed at adults. So even though he primarily wrote young adult books this is where his his adult books and mike landing. It is now turning this into a movie. And this isn't mike flanagan's chris replay adaptation. He's also adapting crispus book. The midnight club into a netflix series. So what's the pitch for season of passage crest. So i've never read this. So here's the officials in office which is just really amazing to read the whole thing. So and dr loren wagner was a celebrity. She was involved with the most exciting adventure. Mankind ever undertaken a manned expedition to mars the whole world admired and.

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"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

07:39 min | 3 months ago

"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on The Big Picture

"In your life. I love that idea of essentially turning the clock off. While thank you all experiencing your life but did you did you before. Production began to experiment at all. Did you rekindle your relationship to alcohol either of you well. We did a busse boot. Camp to train alcohol acting which was very entertaining. Acition lewis that was challenging. These four fantastic actress you know. They had to be drunk at birth specific levels and be touching and be funny and crying dancing and so forth so so this just had to works and We were back but but as massive sip before touched upon before we have long life of preparation for this For movie likes having said that. We're both busy people. We don't have really have time to be to drink enough. It's it's not likely that we're living in. Alcohol lies mads. Can you break down the boot bootcamp. I'm curious about what what thomas put you know between the remorse and thomas and tobias the writer. We have plenty of experience of what it is to be drunk but that was not the the aim of camby the cameras to we asked specific as the characters are in the film and they They agree on zero point zero five and then they lifted two zero point zero h and so forth and we wanted to see. Is there a immeasurable difference between those different levels. And so we'd picked out a few scenes. Teach the kids and we did scenes onto the influence very specifically with these things you blow in and for us not not a big deal would just together. We all been drinking and it was get couldn't tell the difference in the next day when watch the tapes like oh i can see the difference now very obvious details very refined with each other and they were just. It was a way for us to go up and dollar on the volume. thomas said. let's go to uri. Because this is not working. It's not fun and we knew exactly what that took so for us. It was to be specific. S carrots. antiquated skews throw. We didn't get it was just like we were. just thomas. can you talk about actually building arc for the character that that adds please because obviously you get this chance to explore the experience of getting drunk and maybe taking to turning those measurements off your life but you know making a story out of this seems like it could have been challenging. so what did you determine. You want martin to kind of accomplishing go. Through in the story. I i want to say was challenging it. The script and this entire movie always wanted to run in all sorts of different directions and Time we tried to constrain it or curated as you normally do in Process it became a bit of for castration. So it had to be untameable. Beasts in terms of mattresses it was clear to me that he should be paralyzed by life by the repetitious tissues of boredom of mediocre. Life and should be surrounded by sharks. Meaning the students that could smell. The insecurity The weakness of the teacher and they were ready to take security. it's getting fire and it was also clear to me that he should end amongst those students as the elevated personal Able to fly basically weightless as the youngsters as as feel when you're sixteen and love and slightly tipsy and it's springtime and early morning so the joining was quite clear from the beginning. What wasn't so clear was if we dare to dance at the end. And how do we get through that journey and doesn't really work to have a main character fall. Apart in nineteen minute of the movie and stock cryan already was supposed to be a climactic scene of you know then. The work took some time. It's really interesting. I mean. I'm definitely going to ask you ads about your dancing but before that. I think that there's something very similar here to the hunt as well. Which is that there. Is this kind of suffocating panic. That happens fairly early in the movie. There's like an impending doom surrounding this character in a weird way. This one isn't necessarily as criminal. But you create this sense of anxiety very early on in the film You know talk about how you build a character that and build a film like that which is a sensibly about exultation but also. I think the viewer knows that. There's something wrong here. there's also this isn't necessarily the the path to total release the hunt. I would say that this character marching in the round has brought upon himself the catastrophe in. It's obviously something that happens is claimed any yes playing absolutely no pardon that here. She is main character of his own. Disaster is up to him whether he wants to go that way. Or that way So so yeah the qatar. The claustrophobic feeling starts nine hundred minutes into film. I don't know maybe it feels like ten minutes but we bailing the character and he has some smaller breakdown within ninety minutes which is a extremely rare and bold. Move for film because she would place that an hour and a half into film us to be instead of us knowing the character and then on the standing while you have to break down he wanted to people to understand the character through is breakdown. Is it's it's a strange approach and i loved it when i read it and it's it is irrational for film. But it's not irrational for life. This is life is all of a sudden it dawns on him that he hasn't achieved anything right there in that situation. It didn't think about yesterday right based thinking about it. And i think that's the uncontrollable Irrational film that it's making of a member during the hunt. All ours are specific. Challenge was to make sure that max did not guilty look like a pedophile. Basically so when the glasses for Falling down his nose and seeming a little bit. Suddenly he looked like a pedophile. We had to reshoot but this but this movie it was more. It was more difficult because what we have had to make sure was. The mets did not have a specific. It's not a marriage. Prep work problem or solely that he's about to get fired. It's life is his entire life that has come to a standstill and That was a delicate balance. And i think matt's played that Very very beautifully and actually pointed that out Of the.

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"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

08:14 min | 3 months ago

"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on The Big Picture

"Beverly hills cop axel foley and what did pertaining. I understand what you said. Pertaining will its meaning regarding. Oh what's his regarding. i'm i don have you heard of it. Yes i've heard of that. We've named named for movies three of them. Technically we think are going into the hall of fame. This is why this seems really hard right now. It's going to get a little easier to keep going the next movie van. I think i heard you talk about this once. The golden child one thousand nine hundred six. I seem to recall you being a big fan of this movie absolutely. Okay make your case because this is not one of my favorites. Okay so the case for me. The gold child is remember. This is the same time that young van is his. his mind is being taken over by superheroes. Right like everything about superheroes. I would wake up out of my bed and my dad would be like advanced remains at the door Then i go over there and he'd be like to to slow suma flew away. This worked on me until i was nineteen but but but but but no so around his. So i'm looking at eddie murphy. And it's eddie murphy versus the forces of evil. It was like a quirky weird off the beaten path but he still managed to be hysterical in that movie he still managed to get off. I i wanna naive. you know. And all of that and it was just it was different for him and he got to be physical and he got to kind of have the beautiful female love interest. And so i think it was. It's an integral part of him. Taking that next leap to stardom because they all do a movie like that they all do a movie where they kind of just is really not. I mean you know charles dance but there's really not any other super super notable people in the film And it's weird. A kids oatmeal would blood in the end of it. And there's the cold and there's all of this stuff and he starts off with a very very funny scene but in a series performance. He's less goofy a little more series. I think it's it's one of my favorite eddie murphy movies really. It would be top five. So i mean this is specifically wanted to talk to you about this because i came to this movie a little bit later and it sounds like you saw it at a young age kate. I i don't know when you saw you're probably your twenty s music so it's not an ideal movie watch for the first time. If you're a say thirty eight or thirty nine years old right. It's was made in. Nineteen eighty sixty effects are a little bit. Rough is a little confusing. But i can see your point that kind of like a captured your imagination. At a young age i again. There's only ten movies allowed in here. So you're saying that this movie has to go into the hall of fame though. I'm not saying it has to. I'm saying it's a my hall of fame by the way in. I have to tim movies written down right here. Well and i haven't asterik by golden child and is because. I knew that you guys would fight me on this now. It's now it's fading yet. I think the process like so. It's important to van and if it's a flex point in his career a little bit more just kind of this person exploring something out. Sometimes we include this so we can do an astro score like a revisit. You know because at the end there many then we have to kind of barter and come to an agreement and we can be supportive in that pursuit or we can be cruel to each other. But td gotcha so yeah. Let's asterisk heard amandas exasperation me about spreadsheets. Basically because of stuff like this from mike. Here's what you don't understand about the movie rango and why it matters to society okay. Nineteen eighty seven. Beverly hills cop two which is obviously big one for you van. You talked about your experience. Low key great action movie. Tony scott in the prime of his powers. I like it a lot. I do always struggle a little bit with pudding. Sequels to effectively superior originals on a list. What do you think. You're shaking your head while i was just thinking about ocean's twelve again Van where are you on. Ocean's twelve just while we're on the topic and sequels a dig it. Thank you so much. Thank you i just i feel supported. You looked at their snow in front of no. It wasn't that. Like if i if i can remember ocean's twelve is the one where the guy is doing like he does all the crazy things at the night walks the night the night fox. Yeah dig it. Okay thank you. I think i dig it though. Just because when i sat down i was like. There's no way that they be able to to do this. And then they kinda did it. I i dig it though. Plus oh god damn there so cool citing everything you said. I agree with a thousand percent and it's really nice to hear someone else. Say it on this podcast. I can't remember what hall of fame we did. And whether ocean's twelve was allowed in it. I think it was george clooney and it was not allowed but there was a reason for that. Because it's really more ocean's twelve is more of the brad pitt rusty characters movie. Sue i amanda. You're down the ocean swells rabbit hole again. We saw in clean the sequel. If we go back. I'm going to make it a maybe for now along with golden child. She's we can revisit okay. Next one is interesting. Eddie murphy raw. This is a stand up comedy movie. It's a ninety minute film and it is the single most successful. Stand up comedy film of all time at the box office. Whether it's the best or not. I think is kind of an interesting conversation. Have i'll probably go prior levin sunset strip. But it's it's really good. It's similarly fraught because so much of the stuff that is set in. It is tough now but he had he was doing something so indelible as a stand up at that time i feel like it has to go in on. What do you guys think. I agree right. It's the same thing. I didn't see it till later. But and that specific like bill cosby segment. I've just been like. Oh my god. I didn't know that you could do any of this. And you know that's another thing but what he's doing in terms of stand up like me so important to me. That's kobe's that's his. Kobe eighty one point game. Yeah that's i'm the best i'm ever going to be. It's my night. you cannot stop me you know. That's that's what it is. So the for agra okay. So we're putting in raw. And now we come to coming coming to america. Not coming to numeral america but coming to america the original which has to go in half half. Today's episode of the big picture is brought to you by paramount. Plus do you want to be a part of the conversation on what to watch next and you have to get paramount plus a streaming service. That has it all live sports breaking news and amounts of entertainment all in one place stream iconic movies like indiana jones and mission impossible. You just have to rewatch and new episodes of critically acclaimed original series like star trek card. A good fight and the stand. 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"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

08:01 min | 3 months ago

"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on The Big Picture

"And and it's an. I still wonder why one thing that did a lot. In those first ten years as he worked with a lot of really really good directors. He worked with walter hill. He worked with john. Landis york to tony scott worked with michael ritchie. He worked with robert towne. Reginald hudson guys who've made a lot of good films and then if you look at the names attached to the movies that he makes basically from nineteen ninety-three forward not a lotta hall of fame candidates there and i can't figure out why you stop doing that. I have a theory. I was just listening as i said to. The boomerang rewatch bowls and van. I feel about that movie the way you do. I i love that movie. But the watchable talks a lot about the reception that boomerang received and that nine nineteen ninety two and it was not a positive reception. People were very racist about this romcom and also did not like eddies performance. And i you know you can't get into someone saiki but i do always wonder with movies like that where someone try something and it's really not well received they're just like okay screw it. I'll just go do this other thing. That definitely happens especially two big hollywood stars like that because allow those people they let the tail wag the dog. They try something. This is what they wanna do. And if it doesn't work they they definitely we've we can talk about countless actors and actresses who have done that. I think something else happened with eddie to and it's interesting in In his discussions with like a in the talks with john landis because we did Coming to america. And john landis talks about what it was like working with eddie murphy on coming to america versus what it was like working with eddie murphy trading places. Now this isn't. I know dog in the fight. Brea don't kilby. I know dog in the fight. I don't know who's right okay. I don't. I don't know who's right. But there's a chance that the eddie murphy that sort of existed and they worked together again. But there's a chance that the eddie murphy that existed towards the end of that debt cable on simply couldn't be directed that he no longer wanted to because he no longer want to go back and forth with guys like that and there are other actors who have done that and typically comedic actors who have movies that are completely centered around their talent. They gotta give it an every single scene. You know a lot comes with that so that could be another deal to where all of these things are eddie murphy and forget who directed the movie and as a matter. We're gonna put in a guy who wants to let me get off the way i want to get off. Yeah i think. I mean i do think that that is ultimately. What happened is is that eddie would not only had to be the star but the kind of creative focus of the film a lot of times. Obviously the filmmakers usually the create a focus of the movie but even still. I mean even the jim. Carey's the mike myers the will ferrell's these guys do that thing that you talked about. Which is they do the three million dollar movie with an hour and they let them push them emotionally and eddie has done a couple of roles like this like mr church with bruce beresford which i don't think is a good movie or a successful but it seemed like he was trying to do something a little bit in that range and then that does lead to dolemite which had been a passion project for him forever. But even even dolemite. Which i think is like well-made and good amanda and i talked about it when it came out we liked it. But it's like it's craig brewer. That movie isn't made by paul. Thomas anderson or something. It's only going to be so good. And i wonder if that is eddie knowing like hey i've made forty movies. I've been the biggest star in the universe. I know more than anybody about how to do this stuff. Well i need to retain a kind of creative control so the director can have a lot of power now. I'm speculating but that does kind of feel like what's going on here. yes happened. Other guys right happened to kevin costner. You know it it it you know and sometimes you're just fucking awesome enough to pull it off and don't give me eddie murphy. Is the biggest to me competed star of all time despite everything that we're saying but no difference at the time and what. He stepped into the family role for amanda generation. He stayed there. Yeah and that's the thing like you could argue that dreamgirls. Maybe him stepping outside that lane a little bit. I mean the role is him having fun. But he's not in super control of it and he was nominated for an oscar. But then you know. The apocryphal story is that norbert came out. In the beginning of two thousand seven as people were voting for oscars and lost him the award and so again. It's like well. He tries dreamgirls. He almost makes it to the oscar then once again. It's like this isn't worth it and goes back to just doing eddie steph. Yeah on the one hand we can like concern troll about whether or not eddie has done a good job on the other hand like i. I dunno shit. Eddie is dominated culture for a long long time and so he's he is free to run his career as he sees fit. I just think it's interesting. 'cause i would have liked to have seen him. Try the kinds of movies that you're talking about there because he is a singular presence in movies you know. I think he's still will. And i've always thought this. The dreamgirls thing was interesting. Because i remember at that particular time. My roommate brett was really into little miss sunshine. Us we gotta go see little sunshine. We gotta go see a little bit of sunshine so we went over arc light. We saw a little bit of sunshine. And i was like hey is cool out understand not that it was whack. It's cool it's cool. It was cold. It was a fun time at the movies and it was well made and all that stuff like that but eddie was live. He lost yes he was at. If anybody was to be right now go back and watch it for some reason. The like they got the close up on eddie. He thought he was going to win. And he he won the globe and the sag award that year yes and he still lost the oscar. He thought he was going to win. And and sometimes when situations like that happen. Almost expected career lull after that. Because i think that that took the wind out of his sales. You know what's funny though. I think about this all the time. When we talk about oscar's on the show van so allan arkins first nomination for an oscar with nineteen sixty seven and he had to wait. He had to wait forty years into little miss sunshine. A win is a little miss sunshine. Allen arkan's best work in a movie no not even close but he lived long enough and continue to make enough good projects and be a constant presence in our moviegoing life that they were like. It's time it is time for. Alan arkin to be celebrated and at the expense of eddie murphy giving a superior performance in a more interesting movie. Or what have you and eddie. If he keeps it for another twenty years is going to get the same thing. They're just gonna do that when he's seventy five years old going to be like okay. You were oh all right in this fake prestige movie. It's time to give you an oscar because the game. Well i would know anything about that sean. The first short that i produced his on the list right now for the academy awards for best live action short. I had a feeling this was gonna come. We might just get nominated. So i don't i don't i don't know anything about having the weight if you wanna keep moving ahead. I'm i'm not going to. I'm just saying what you're saying is completely right. It's and sometimes. I think it will happen for him but what i wonder now is does. He even have did deceiving care. 'cause as obviously guys like bill murray that they they want that right made a a not not not saying. Bill is thirsty for but he. He's completely shifted his career and it seems like a big a big Sort of notch on the belt. I wonder if eddie murphy still even go for it because the dolemite a doberman might make a little bit more.

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"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

07:29 min | 3 months ago

"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on The Big Picture

"Fantasy. I'm manda ovens and this is the big picture conversation. Show about eddie murphy. Later in the show. I'll be joined by writer. Director thomas winterberg and mads mikkelsen for an interview about their latest film. Another round which is about a group of middle aged men who believe that alcohol may just be the solution to their troubles. who can relate. I hope you'll stick around for that chat. But first we are joined by van leith in the cost of higher learning and eddie murphy expert to break down the career. One of the greats. What what i what. I what i was going on with guys hanging in there excited to talk about eddie. We're gonna do a hall of fame here so for the folks out there who have never heard hall of fame episode very briefly. Break down what we do on these episodes. We have built halls of fame for tom. Hanks roger deakins. Nancy meyers toshiro buffoon. A monster movies and most recently george clooney. So it's time for eddie. What we doing we build. A hall is ten films from a career. No more no less. He's got forty movies so we got a lot to talk about here. I'm going to start with this. Amanda eddie murphy. What do you think. I think of multiple eddie. Murphy's i think of a lot of characters all in one movie. This is going to be interesting van. I'm really excited to talk to you about all of these because i've been listening to unsurprisingly. There are a lot of rewatch ables movies. Eddie murphy movies on rewatch bulls and i was listening to some of them in. You're on several of them. And you know i had that podcast thing where you want to respond to the person but you know it's a podcast so now you're here and it's a privilege to get to talk to you but for me eddie murphy is a little bit of. It's a generational cork for me. Because i am just. I think a little bit more than both of you and so i became kind of like movie aware movie sentient like mid nineties. Nine hundred ninety five nine hundred ninety six. And i've done a lot of catch up but if you become aware of movies in the mid nineties that means that the first eddie murphy. You get the nutty professor and then milan. And then shrek. I saw shrek in theaters. Not above it. So you know at that point. He's like the elder statesmen of comedy super established. Like i knew the beverly hills cop steam song and dance to it while before i saw it but kind of understanding him as like family eddie murphy and then catching up on everything else. Interesting chronological or not chronological murphy. Experience for me. Then you want to do your history with eddie. I know you are been living with him for a long time. Yes i have been So i hambur what year this was and i don't wanna insult my parents. Every time i mentioned my parents. I get some minor detail wrong and then i have to hear about it into along to our phone call. Your parents listen airpods today. Let's no your show's. I wish they wouldn't but that's nice. Yeah i wish they would but they My father was taking me to see a movie. We were all going to the movies but this time we were breaking it off like my father was taking me to see one of the superman movies. It's either three or four and my sister. My grandmother my mother went to see beverly hills cop two and this was my first experience with with with seeing people so jazz to see a movie because they went this way. Like we went to the superman franchise. I fell off by that point so we went this way and they go this way when they go this way. They're all of these people over there. And i'm like daddy i wanna go over here and he's i know that's too old for you. We're gonna go watch superman. And i say that because that's the moment that i actually became movie sentient by. That's the start of it. That's like what are these people into. Before that i can't tell you when i i kind of became aware of eddie murphy. Because he's like michael jackson in the sense that there was never a time. I wasn't aware of him. I was born in nineteen eighty so by the time. I start getting Information downloaded into me eddie. Murphy's a part of that he's like a part of that thing but the first time. I realized that this guy isn't just a do that. I see on tv or the guy that that he is. The biggest thing in the world is what i saw. People excited to go for it felt. So that's my that's my memory of him and it's not even necessarily what you might call one of his mega classics like beverly hills. Cop two was the event that you can remember that says a lot. And that's eighty seven net says a lot about where we were with. Eddie he was kind of in the middle of i. There are very few movie star runs in the history of movies like the one he had in the eighties. The rise to fame which starts on. Tv i guess tom hanks Robin williams maybe In terms of just successful movies maybe will in there but those movies weren't weren't quite the same as well. what is there were talking about. It's really remarkable when you think about it. There's no like they're not like high concepts with willa was like he needed to be punching an alien in the face to get to this level and like eddie movies are just like it's especially in the eighty s. Eddie is just running around doing stuff. That's that is what this movie is. He's he's being harassed whether he's a cop or he's a convict fresh outta jail or if he's a guy off the street who gets taken into financial institution like it's just it's entirely built around his persona and his sense of humor which is is unusual. We don't see that very much. These days i was just gonna say. Don't underestimate punching an alien and the face but yes. It's a type on the nineties okay. That was like what i grew up but it is a different type of comedy is funny to watch. These movies are funny. These movies are classics. And you know ban. I relate to you just like kind of things just being in the atmosphere and having always been there and then you like actually see coming to america. Are you see trading places and you're like oh okay that's where this comes from by the rhythm of comedy and the style of the comedy is very different certainly from what we have now and certainly from you know the ninety s punching alien and the face i grew up on and you know eddie murphy. Obviously like invents a lot of things but they're very eighties got very very deeply eighty s experience. That is the what you said. Would you say van. Wh when you say what's the first thing you think about when you think of eddie murphy eighties. Yeah i think it's it. It's eighties in its fearlessness. It's eighties in its political incorrectness. Its eighties in the look. It's eighties it some of these movies. You know the artists that define some of these movies musically musically like period of time. You know like if you watch some of these films and you hear the point sisters deported sisters. They are the eighties bats. Kind of the that. That's the deal. So and i don't think about and just like a gateway i didn't you realize that i only knew as a kid was signed. I live was because that's where he came from Well that's the he saved the show right. That's that's how i learned what it was. Yeah it's an interesting thing i mean. I think his origins are fascinating. Is his born in brooklyn raised essentially by a single moms brother charlie by nineteen years old..

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The Eddie Murphy Hall of Fame

The Big Picture

05:16 min | 3 months ago

The Eddie Murphy Hall of Fame

"Are joined by van leith in the cost of higher learning and eddie murphy expert to break down the career. One of the greats. What what i what. I what i was going on with guys hanging in there excited to talk about eddie. We're gonna do a hall of fame here so for the folks out there who have never heard hall of fame episode very briefly. Break down what we do on these episodes. We have built halls of fame for tom. Hanks roger deakins. Nancy meyers toshiro buffoon. A monster movies and most recently george clooney. So it's time for eddie. What we doing we build. A hall is ten films from a career. No more no less. He's got forty movies so we got a lot to talk about here. I'm going to start with this. Amanda eddie murphy. What do you think. I think of multiple eddie. Murphy's i think of a lot of characters all in one movie. This is going to be interesting van. I'm really excited to talk to you about all of these because i've been listening to unsurprisingly. There are a lot of rewatch ables movies. Eddie murphy movies on rewatch bulls and i was listening to some of them in. You're on several of them. And you know i had that podcast thing where you want to respond to the person but you know it's a podcast so now you're here and it's a privilege to get to talk to you but for me eddie murphy is a little bit of. It's a generational cork for me. Because i am just. I think a little bit more than both of you and so i became kind of like movie aware movie sentient like mid nineties. Nine hundred ninety five nine hundred ninety six. And i've done a lot of catch up but if you become aware of movies in the mid nineties that means that the first eddie murphy. You get the nutty professor and then milan. And then shrek. I saw shrek in theaters. Not above it. So you know at that point. He's like the elder statesmen of comedy super established. Like i knew the beverly hills cop steam song and dance to it while before i saw it but kind of understanding him as like family eddie murphy and then catching up on everything else. Interesting chronological or not chronological murphy. Experience for me. Then you want to do your history with eddie. I know you are been living with him for a long time. Yes i have been So i hambur what year this was and i don't wanna insult my parents. Every time i mentioned my parents. I get some minor detail wrong and then i have to hear about it into along to our phone call. Your parents listen airpods today. Let's no your show's. I wish they wouldn't but that's nice. Yeah i wish they would but they My father was taking me to see a movie. We were all going to the movies but this time we were breaking it off like my father was taking me to see one of the superman movies. It's either three or four and my sister. My grandmother my mother went to see beverly hills cop two and this was my first experience with with with seeing people so jazz to see a movie because they went this way. Like we went to the superman franchise. I fell off by that point so we went this way and they go this way when they go this way. They're all of these people over there. And i'm like daddy i wanna go over here and he's i know that's too old for you. We're gonna go watch superman. And i say that because that's the moment that i actually became movie sentient by. That's the start of it. That's like what are these people into. Before that i can't tell you when i i kind of became aware of eddie murphy. Because he's like michael jackson in the sense that there was never a time. I wasn't aware of him. I was born in nineteen eighty so by the time. I start getting Information downloaded into me eddie. Murphy's a part of that he's like a part of that thing but the first time. I realized that this guy isn't just a do that. I see on tv or the guy that that he is. The biggest thing in the world is what i saw. People excited to go for it felt. So that's my that's my memory of him and it's not even necessarily what you might call one of his mega classics like beverly hills. Cop two was the event that you can remember that says a lot. And that's eighty seven net says a lot about where we were with. Eddie he was kind of in the middle of i. There are very few movie star runs in the history of movies like the one he had in the eighties. The rise to fame which starts on. Tv i guess tom hanks Robin williams maybe In terms of just successful movies maybe will in there but those movies weren't weren't quite the same as well. what is there were talking about. It's really remarkable when you think about it. There's no like they're not like high concepts with willa was like he needed to be punching an alien in the face to get to this level and like eddie movies are just like it's especially in the eighty s. Eddie is just running around doing stuff. That's that is what this movie is. He's he's being harassed whether he's a cop or he's a convict fresh outta jail or if he's a guy off the street who gets taken into financial institution like it's just it's entirely built around his persona and his sense of humor which is is unusual. We don't see that very much. These

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"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

02:09 min | 5 months ago

"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Case. go down. That's what will this laureus. Then we'll say why don't wanna end up on a downbeat note. Let's end on an upbeat note and say once again that another round is One of one of the graces of art. I've seen in some time and you're performances just stellar piece of work sir. No surprise you always deliver but this really shows off your talents in the best possible way. I hope you're enjoying this weird zoom victory lap as it were enjoy it. I mean it is always incredible. Were invited to a lot of officials and they're not happening but we managed to get few physical worlds in and that was just wonderful but he would have been fantastic to travel wall absolutely for a second. I'm seeing the accolades still pouring in whether it's awards or people like those toro. I don't know if you saw that he weighed in. That's that's a good good backer to have a some testing. And i also got little bit like who said to who just was much kosice with senior and told a julian who did out testing here until about two hundred gates l. joins novel short. Yeah it's not so. He sent me a text that he was recommended. Affirmative too much. Then it's like. The recommendation was from watson species. One obvious being both but but as a teenager young man. When i watched taxi driver who's been like untouchable viewer from yours. So that was just severe. That he's seen a film in. Nobody forced to say what should a martin says. He knows who i am. Be monster says he loves what i do. This is a good day maj. It's been a pleasure to get to know you. Hopefully after this madness is over will meet in person congratulations again. They save their studio. Thanks a lot and so ends another edition of happy side. Confused remember to review right and subscribe to the show on itunes or wherever you get your costs on the big focus. I'm david lee. And i definitely both despite jobs..

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"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

04:28 min | 5 months ago

"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Iago go. Lost doesn't know where she belongs in the world. then oppenheim story unfold. She's always said that he was this and then she she was at you know. In britain so at the end of the dated changes within the film was not as dramatic as as as people talk about. And but obviously when you do wildly Working it's obviously confused. Is there any talk any rumblings of all these prequel etc things cassini door show of seeing galen her so again. Well that's the thing would prequel right if you if you can't wait long off and then next go back and visit the carrots. Then you have to look not only younger than the previous for much older than you today. Good luck with that. A lot of a. You've seen what they can do on fantastic beasts anything's possible you are in the midst of that right now I'm a big fan of of your cast mates. There have done a lot with all of those guys. They're all impeccably Fun and smart folks You obviously jump into this one in an unusual circumstance. Johnny left at. I won't rehash all of that but from your perspective. I assume you didn't have much time to prepped. You had to just sort of decide as that been disadvantage. Has that been to your advantage. What would have been the struggle of of jumping into a pivotal role like renault walled. With not much time to think about it. Yes the normal process for me for anyone. I'm seeing dangerfield. Let's talk about for the the whole idea of talking for weeks maybe months before. Start shooting coming up with ideas calling. Each other in the middle of night would probably not be the way. I'm approaching the american film. Anyways right but i would definitely have meetings and talks from in all of those details settled before good time and he was like okay at flying over. We'll take them and then. We had skied meeting and talking about story character and seems as if everybody was agreeing very much how to approach it with a with the change dealing with now so yes it was different. But it didn't seem rushed innocent was added so we talked about it. Let's let's working a lot in normally But i would think the benefits of working david. Yates is such a sweet man. Knows what he's doing and then working with folks like jude and eddie Have you got him to kind of dig into it enough. Have you gotten some juicy actor stuff with juden in eddie up absolutely from the get-go action her and they just wonderful people. They didn't know the situation in deir in the no. The situation i am in the film is just like a very. It's a family. That's all already been close but that was ruined for one month. That's the you felt my seat and so So that that was just a good experience and and they are they. I said there but it goes for everyone there including true as well as the very very difficult circumstances not only this but the kobe blocks and testing constantly steals Between one film. I wanted to mention that sadly i guess we'll never see or just not to be honest a sore subject. We were gonna see you. Starring in alexander payne movie and i was so excited at the prospect and it it fell apart such an unusual circumstance. And i'm just curious. It fell apart a with a week before shooting is is there any hope for the coming back around. Or what's the story before. Oh my god it was a you know what. I've been trying to figure out what happens. What happens and i give. I am giving differences. Now i will stick. Julie officials saying something to do with the rights and the way to approach it because he's a real character obesity and the and that was so construction site and then the they met you some concerns and said well came that.

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"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

03:40 min | 5 months ago

"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Who and i i got went down. Who's sitting on slow on went down to this night. I don't understand this happening idea while this list. And i had a super bowl xlix and i don't think we're used to that because that's just you approach so Takes more than any. They're interesting a guy who had an idea that can help me. Yeah probably like right face few felt before so that was it. And so yeah. I know i was very pleased to be bought pot of what happened. Then right at that point then what was being placed on the mat on the mat. Su variety of reasons through the darkness thingy nicholas was doing his things while on the saloum heartfelt. Something was happening. Dennis movies back like never before and i was part of that or so. I was so happy at that point and then this came along and then it just became a big big playing field which i was just very happy about as well. I mean you're recognizable now around the world. But i always find it funny like for instance i went to. I went on vacation to the stock home a few years ago and it was like out of my dreams in the airport. Stellan skarsgard was like just plastered on all the walls. It was like he was greeting me to the country. I would imagine that's somewhat similar for you as much as you have fame around the world the us back home. Are you basically tom cruise. If i walked around with you or you can get a similar. Experience go copenhagen. I am but not because in denver. We dan unsweetened they have a tendency to you very proud of that people did sports beyond barak maximum pseudo very proud of him and so they use that as a mac will come to. Countries comes off these people at. I don't think we will go out. Then have a different approach to that. But i m hanging there and that's because a concert commercial so that will greet you. Okay fair enough. So i think worldwide audiences. Probably i noticed you for good for in casino. Royale with a memorable performances. So sheaf opposite. Daniel craig daniel craig's first bond You were not a bond fan as i understand it up. One fan just had watching it so but i liked. Obviously i love. I lied at the meeting. In addition the actually asked him with. My french is at in. You know. I was not allowed ready for eight ten question quiz. Who had more fun in the torture scene you or daniel or nobody from a definitely meet. It was just was a it was great seeing and we will looking so much forward because it was. It was like a scene from an be any film. It was something that bought was little brave of to go down that path. So we were looking forward and and so the model campbell and we have shown ideas than and we were sitting at a table with matsu Style one point watson Come back it's a bond Let's again so we went into our previous world of independent. I wanna see. I wanna see you and daniels version now anyways.

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"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

05:44 min | 5 months ago

"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Was also didn't about but not as much as me and he just said listen. It is going to stand out even more on film. We heightened this moment So we should go for it and the end we did and he was absolutely right And so we talking a lot about as you say kind of the the cooter of this is the alcohol but its underlying the story. A man who at the start is that a low point. He's he's he's. He's doesn't see a future or at the cliche midlife crisis. That's not a cliche because we all go through at some point. Even that he sees he sees his past every day. Every day goes to work. He sees the moguls the young faces right reminded about potential stumbling and he's being reminded that he. What did he do your life. You know what is this what you wanted. So that's the reason. Why thomas places in the school and not in a factory a. He wanted us to get mind that every day. If we're dealing with a so called midlife crisis it would be interesting that you being faced with it. Every day at the punk. Hasn't his finger on it he'd he's he's not addressed. It is just a constable. Lump train has left the station. But it's only dawning on him the night in stage film Be celebrating birthday party. Ways had a conversation with the headmaster things on his way and that Just unfil- everything's real you know. And and then. Thomas makes his move of having cats at that has small a breakdown Which you something you would always place in the end of the film And very bold of him to say you know what instead of audience knowing the kansas and then accepting this scene want the audience to get to know the character. Suzy which is all. You know talking about crises midlife crises. You know. I know you only from talking to you. The last twenty minutes from watching a lot of your work but it seems like you have gone the other direction you In your fifties have have experienced the best portion of your career arguably you have different kinds of opportunities whether it's character roles leading man opportunities You know i've talked to so many actors and like it's impossible to make plans to plan for the future but you must be thrilled with how this has played out as succeeded where you thought you would be at this point in your life terms of the career. At least if you ask me. When i was young anson yes if you ask me when i was in dramas yes if you ask me the first tenure of my danish acting career yes. Everything has been different than i thought but then again might lifeless different than i thought some very straw. I never. i never dreamed of being danced at number watched. The dance never been to the theater. Nothing has turned out. The way i plant but that's also poppies. Thanks to that not planning anything. I didn't have any plants. I had dreams and fantasies like everybody else was watching films. And i wanted to be that guy up dan the actor. I wanted to be lead to be the guy i didn't. I didn't match with being an attempt. Just want him. He was man on the planet. I mean who doesn't wanna be aware. I was watching soap but never ever thought that that would be a career so so yes of course is surprisingly at one cannot just looks like a lot of things happening. Fifty per for is also a lot of things happening my. Foley's earning my thirty different things. Unlike martin the character i played. I am curious person. I do find it interesting. That the sun is rising and i do find it interesting right now on the window as building on the watched a few times and i'm just curious what is and i'm no one can have and much. What about it. So that's a big difference between me and him lovely. I'm curious you know you refer to. Yes like i consider myself a student a film yet. Frankly i haven't seen a lot of your earlier work early danish work. I've seen the nicholas ref and films and some other things. But you know prior to when you kind of made the transition i think king arthur was the first quote unquote hollywood film. You did at rice You're very successful back home. You done a hugely successful tv show so again. Kind of like talking to you back then Would have been fine with never quote unquote breaking into the hollywood market and being a danish actor in your homeland back then. Yeah yeah. I didn't see the whole market. It call greet somebody who someone getting access for possible to do this awesome. All of sudden. I ended up effort addition. I got it not why everybody goes. Oh supposed to sit on the horse and save family quirky cheesy monologue and. I don't think i've pulled it off that in that will because i was no host. I didn't have any idea what this monologue was about. But then i remember i did go down to equa.

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"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

05:02 min | 5 months ago

"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Episode this week Crazy show for comedy central. We have madeline pech. If you know riverdale you know madeline. She is a delight on that show and delightful personality and She killed it in. This episode is through crazy. She came ready for fun and delivered in spades. I say this is. This is one of my favorites. This is one of my favorites And she was kinda surprising in some ways. I mean i expected and hoped she'd be good but she exceeded my expectations. So check out that episode on comedy central youtube and facebook pages on my social media. Pages joshua horowitz. And i hope you guys enjoy that one of you haven't checked out my interview with elizabeth olsen on wanda vision for mtv. Check that out that's on. Mtv news youtube page no spoilers in it but it was great to reminisce about some of our shared experiences over the years including some of you guys have sent me this over the years. I did a sketch and after our schedule with lizzie olson. A few years back this is before infinity. War came out and part of the bit of the sketches. She supposedly ruins the end of infinity. War by saying everybody dies. I had no idea what the end of infinity was going to be. I didn't realize that half of everybody was going to die. So people have since then said. Oh my god. Elizabeth olsen ruined infinity war. In retrospect so we had a laugh about that and reminisced about her taping. That and whether that even occurred to her as she was reading my my silly silly script so Check that out as set. Tv news is youtube and facebook pages Anyway that's that's enough other stuff for now it's gets in the main event again. Mads mikkelsen check him out in another round on. Vod it's It's a solid performance. And no surprise from one of the most interesting unique performers out there. Here's my chat with the one and only that's mickelson. Thank you for taking the time i know you. You're in the middle of john norms movie there. Hopefully it'll give me a little a little time off. I have a day off and the shutdown so good does it feel like you're kind of living a double life right now like you're making a movie which is obviously going to occupy a lot of your brain and you're also you know pushing this this passion project of yours that feel like a little bit of two different lives. It's been like that started. The nature of what we're doing doing now will come in here and then maybe with any luck. If it has long alive traveled to other countries it will want a couple of years later. So it's it's nature. We've been doing this since. I got back in industry Millennium back in the dark ages for all of us I've always been a fan of your work. Sir and i love your collaborations with with you've collaborate on a number of times with some of my favorite filmmakers and kind of an interesting bunch of filmmakers whether it's venture berg on this suzanne veer the ma- genius that is nick griffin Is there a commonality in the folks that you have established these kind of ongoing relationships with no they all the different and the ones you mentioned. They're sanding nicholas. On this. And have to mention honest. Thomas jensen up done dot com with five. Now a do they have something in common. Yes they do have something commit they are. They are filmmakers on most in the sense that they are completing josh. They have an idea of what they wanna do. And and that is that is that baby. We'll we'll bring that to life and they're very differently in the styles and what they want to tell what they have that in common bat they also have some strong personalities and they insist on this being a film which i really really love in director. So how much collaboration do you need. Once you're on set like once you're onset. Is that still a place for collaboration. Or do you like do know what you're gonna do on day one and do you want the director to know exactly what they're doing. Every day spoke. I take tried in in spending a lot of time before we we go on set. I don't like to have the big discussions. Onset is expensive and it can also bring a lot of frustration sets and to the other people do like to be on the same page before we got sick. That doesn't mean that we always completely agreeing but but lease that we have addressed with looked at it with disgusted. We wake up stand or we agreed that the go down this path might make a couple of takes. That's going slightly different And that's that's the way. I like to work and is that what we said..

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"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

05:34 min | 5 months ago

"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Prepaying or is humans. Happy sad confused begins today on happy. Second fused mads mikkelsen mixing. Up hollywood blockbusters and acquaint gainers cinema like his latest performance in another round. Hey guys josh horowitz. Welcome to another edition of happy said confused. I've been wanting to have mr mads mikkelsen on for some time and finally we've made it happen. You know him. Of course from stellar work like hannibal cutting edge network. Television like hasn't been done in many years. If at all and big big movies like doctor strange rogue one he starring in the new fantastic beasts movie but really if you know mads mickelson's work know him. Probably i from his danish work. He has a close collaboration. Over the years with filmmakers like suzanne beer and nicolas winding refn. And he's really been able to kind of mix it all up in a fascinating career and the fascinating. The word formats said. I feel like his face. His voice is very persona He's just an arresting kind of magnetic presence and i think that's why people are so attracted to him and people are borderline obsessed with him including myself so. I'm thrilled that this finally happened. Got a chance to meet mads over zoom and have a long in depth conversation about his life and career. He is currently starring in a really really great film in an amazing performance It's a collaboration with another director. He's he's worked with a couple times. Now thomas winterberg The new film is another round. it's available vod various places itunes amazon cetera. Wherever you get your movies on demand. And i heartily recommend this one it is one of the best performances of the year. He's getting lots of awards attention. he's already won. A bunch of stuff in europe and bray very potentially could be in the mix of for stuff like the golden globes and oscars and stuff. And i would be happy to see him in that mix because he's fantastic in this film which is to give you a little bit of a tease. It's a fascinating kind of premise. It's based on on the theory by by som- put forward by some that. We are born with a lack of alcohol content in our blood that we that we actually require a little bit. More to be at our heightened most alive and you know we all know this that that have had a partaken and drank over the years that alcohol does make us feel a little bit. Happier and smarter and sexier and whatever and this film kind of explores that the character he plays. Martin is kind of out of midlife crisis at a crossroads and decides to test this theory along with a bunch of friends and start to drink insert drink constantly throughout their lives and their teachers. So i it's it's a. It's an interesting a kind of moral social dilemma And flies in the face of a lot of the kind of like the pictures of alcohol. We've seen in film and look. It's it's an honest portrayal. We know that the the the downfall alcohol can lead to but we also know how alcohol can make many of us feel so A very interesting different. Take on a subject that i think many of us feel like we're the experts on so Again i heartily recommend another round. Check it out Mads as i said has really mixed it up. In recent years i had to talk to him about star wars rogue one one of my favorite sarwar storms period. His performance in doctor strange casino royale which is really the the big blockbuster that brought him to the four. He is currently as i alluded to earlier filming the third fantastic beasts film and for some context there. If you don't know it. He replace johnny depp playing brindled. Johnny obviously has come under a lot of fire for allegations over the last few years So wanna brothers decided to pull the plug and remove johnny from production. They were already filming so mads is currently in wanted filming that and he was kind enough to take time out from busy schedule to to talk about his life and work. So that's what's up on the podcast today. Other things to mention the josh horowitz world for first and foremost on my mind if you follow me on social media i've got a crazy dog in the other room guys. I am now a a proud dog. Owner We have adopted luc- who is an adorable pit mix rescue from lucky dog refuge in connecticut See acclimating well to city life for the most part. She's not a puppy he's two years old But she's got a lot of energy guys. It's changed my life in good ways adorable and so sweet and But you know we had some some potty training issues. The first few days that actually went away relatively quickly. But now we're just dealing with like you know. She's got a lot of energy she's a she's a pit mix so like sometimes you get. It gets a little little much the handle guys so. I'm semi advice on twitter on instagram. We haven't advice where we're seeking it. I literally like moments before recording. This intro was trying to ensure you know to go down to to sit down and suffered a little little bit of a nick. I'm okay. I'm gonna survive but it's it's a hazardous life being a dog owner even even with sweet sweet lucy so for the most part. She's fantastic and we're very happy to have her here. In the palatial horowitz state. It's not palatial. It's but it's big enough for her. Anyway other things i want to mention..

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"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:44 min | 6 months ago

"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Women towards abortion is what one woman says to that. It's not the state's business. It's not the doctor's business of my body. My decision my my life. Who does it help when the government asks why on the next reveal Reveal Is that four o'clock this afternoon and also Monday mornings at 1 A.m.. Good morning. I'm Beth. Hi, Zynga. Here's some high temperatures You can expect after the patchy frost and dense fog dissipates. We're gonna have sunshine all the way to the coast today. And you can expect a high of 59 degrees in San Francisco. Also 59 in Concord, 61. In San Jose. 63 will be the high in Santa Cruz today. 62 Oakland 64 the high expected in Santa Rosa 20 minutes before six. I'm Jill Snyder with these headlines. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is now the first member of the Trump administration to publicly blame Russia for a massive hack of computer systems run by the government as well as some private companies. He made his remarks about the hack during a lengthy radio interview. Experts say it will take months to repair the damage. South Korea is reporting 1/4 straight day of more than 1000 confirmed coronavirus cases. Horizon infections, raising fears of hospitals will be overwhelmed. And the Italian government is implementing a partial nationwide coronavirus lockdown for much of the holidays. The government is attempting to prevent a fresh surge of infections he Italian prime minister calls the limits. Painful decision. I'm Giles Snyder. NPR news. Do you know the actor Mads Mikkelsen while he's joining weekend edition in the next.

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"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:52 min | 7 months ago

"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Sitcom Friends is the most popular television show around Thanksgiving. A new report from US dish unauthorized reseller of the Dish Network. Clyde's viewers in California and 24. Other states prefer to spend Thanksgiving with Ross, Rachel Chandler, Monica, Joey and Phoebe making friends, the nation's most popular show around the holiday. The show dominates in the West Mountain and Midwestern sections of the country. The Eastern Seaboard is most fund of this is us making NBC's romantic family drama, the second most watched show by Americans on Thanksgiving, just two weeks after Johnny Depp lost his role in the fantastic piece, a replacement has been named Warner Bro's has announced that Danish actor Mads Mikkelsen will step into the role of the Dark wizard Giller Grendel walled for the latest movie set for release in July. 2022. Depth was forced out of the role after losing a court battle with the British tabloid that labeled him a wife beater. The upcoming monster movie Godzilla versus Khan could be the latest big franchise movie to head to a streaming service sources tell the Hollywood reporter that Netflix made an offer of more than 200 million for the film. Warner Media blocked the deal while also preparing an offer for its own streamer, HBO, Max. Godzilla versus Kong is scheduled to hit from companies Media networks. This is America's first news this morning with your host Gordon deal. 2020 turning points. Good morning. I'm Gordon Deal along with Jennifer Cash. Enka Happy Thanksgiving on this Thursday, November 26. Here's what we have for you this hour. Americans often identify inflection points to define their lives. What will the takeaway is being a presidential election year, upended by the coronavirus with Thanksgiving, the first major holiday where our family disconnect has been so apparent here from the experts on how to manage expectations..

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Shiny Mads MikkelsenDeath Stranding First Debut in E3 2016

The Polygon Show

07:09 min | 1 year ago

Shiny Mads MikkelsenDeath Stranding First Debut in E3 2016

"I think the first trailer for death stranding was right had just been like fired he left with Nami so we all were like what's he going to be doing and then they're like him one more thing a three physical earth years the sun has rotated the earth amaze three I don't mean to say that it's really likes really done all of the stuff they've really considered how many chapters in the game total I don't know if I have that specific number or it was like in his twenties yeah why not I don't know how many years is it GonNa take do you like a boy hood style Brian considers here's this will still be a touchstone in our culture I believe that mm-hmm give me the give me the industry context and then we'll try on that he might have actually made a new genre of game and that's the worst part about this game is that I have never played a game before so I came into it not it's pretty clear cut in in sort of a an undercutting way where of this game that's the worst part about it is that I know it silliest I don't know if I were to explain okay let me explain what this game is you take packages and you deliver babies and you deliver them yes well the baby comes with you forever and you don't deliver that baby a baby's as normal things I'll talk about bees bridge base okay just to clear that up right asa rodents where you're supposed to not connect with them but in a long slog Norman Rita's might be the challenge reading but the so the big things that happen which is when people when they die exploded in a terrible big way some people can come back from the beach namely Norman Redes- this character Sam is he's offer so that first trailer that we saw were he's on the beach in their little ghost baby he's like purgatory kind of you can so I've just learned that there's have the more I talk about it the more I have difficulty explaining it when you're playing the game you just who's another person who runs a delivery service and live play again I haven't gone I don't know maybe it will never be more clear than that so I people can't come back from it some people can't norman readers can Rachad can't sometimes he goes there and he's other thing you can do which is shower Norman read it as much as you which is great because he has nine anyone can also make him p

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"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"Can that one? All right, cut more things trailer for the movie polar on Netflix with Mads Mikkelsen, which I I second before I watched the trailer. Mike didn't we just watch trailer for this? But no, we watched Arctic another snow based movie with medical. This will look pretty close. It's like a mystery thriller, though, it was this is a different movie. See I didn't know we talked about this. It's a different move. Yeah. The first ones Arctic it's like a plane crash. Polar cold, John wick base the trail to put it didn't even watch the trailer. Because I thought every washed it, you just you this contributed perfectly because then backed up my point that I was like, I didn't I wasn't going to watch it. I'm like, I don't remember having a gun in the Arctic trailer. And then he had a gun in the clip that I watched like, okay? That's a different movie night in night patches. Pre sweetie neat. Yeah. Good production value for Netflix, which they mean, they do release good-looking movies. But I like this one this should be the movie they released right after the Super Bowl that crap last. Oh, Cloverfield paradox revealed paddock's, dump fest, whatever that oh, yeah. Paradox. Does real stinky soap? Yeah. This look good ads. Brother LARs is arguably a scarier looking than him. Lars mikkelsen. I I just think picture grew Chet. He's from Sherlock. Yeah. He played the he also played fake Putin in. That's true Moriarty. Sure. No. He was the guy from apple apple corps. Whatever you remember the weird Russian guy with the house that I again, I have all the secrets to every spy network in the world in here and was actually his brain. He looks like. Watched it. Sorry. Spoiler alert. It looks like Putin. Fuck James spader. Yeah. That's very good one. Very good comparison. Thank you for a read. That's a powerful receding hairline. It is wait for or for LARs, LARs. It is very good. See, but he wears it. Well, I think if you have a long face like that like it works perfectly and the deep cheekbones, which helps them you. Can you can pull up that haggard? Look, really. Well. Yeah. Can do that. Exactly. Yeah. Look cool, though. What's trailer with cool? I did not. But I'm I'm big fan snow movies. Then your looks way cooler in snow movies does sticks out one can do all sorts of neat stuff with the spider. What do you call it blood? That's that's what always confused me about Dexter is why is it called spider and not splatter blood splatter analysis. That's good question that I don't know the answer to this madman Biljana if you knew he was off him. There you go. You know, he is. No, oh, you don't. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Of course, chief sheaf. Yeah. He's Wales on Daniel Craig's nuts with Shelly. He does. He's he's wanted to actors that day Okajima is obsessed him and Norman rita's. That's the two of them. Awesome. Last two bits of news bad boys for life, title confirmed. Bad boys for life, the as three in life..

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"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"Can that one? All right, cut more things trailer for the movie polar on Netflix with Mads Mikkelsen, which I I second before I watched the trailer. Mike didn't we just watch trailer for this? But no, we watched Arctic another snow based movie with medical. This will look pretty close. It's like a mystery thriller, though, it was this is a different movie. See I didn't know we talked about this. It's a different move. Yeah. The first ones Arctic it's like a plane crash. Polar cold, John wick base the trail to put it didn't even watch the trailer. Because I thought every washed it, you just you this contributed perfectly because then backed up my point that I was like, I didn't I wasn't going to watch it. I'm like, I don't remember having a gun in the Arctic trailer. And then he had a gun in the clip that I watched like, okay? That's a different movie night in night patches. Pre sweetie neat. Yeah. Good production value for Netflix, which they mean, they do release good-looking movies. But I like this one this should be the movie they released right after the Super Bowl that crap last. Oh, Cloverfield paradox revealed paddock's, dump fest, whatever that oh, yeah. Paradox. Does real stinky soap? Yeah. This look good ads. Brother LARs is arguably a scarier looking than him. Lars mikkelsen. I I just think picture grew Chet. He's from Sherlock. Yeah. He played the he also played fake Putin in. That's true Moriarty. Sure. No. He was the guy from apple apple corps. Whatever you remember the weird Russian guy with the house that I again, I have all the secrets to every spy network in the world in here and was actually his brain. He looks like. Watched it. Sorry. Spoiler alert. It looks like Putin. Fuck James spader. Yeah. That's very good one. Very good comparison. Thank you for a read. That's a powerful receding hairline. It is wait for or for LARs, LARs. It is very good. See, but he wears it. Well, I think if you have a long face like that like it works perfectly and the deep cheekbones, which helps them you. Can you can pull up that haggard? Look, really. Well. Yeah. Can do that. Exactly. Yeah. Look cool, though. What's trailer with cool? I did not. But I'm I'm big fan snow movies. Then your looks way cooler in snow movies does sticks out one can do all sorts of neat stuff with the spider. What do you call it blood? That's that's what always confused me about Dexter is why is it called spider and not splatter blood splatter analysis. That's good question that I don't know the answer to this madman Biljana if you knew he was off him. There you go. You know, he is. No, oh, you don't. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Of course, chief sheaf. Yeah. He's Wales on Daniel Craig's nuts with Shelly. He does. He's he's wanted to actors that day Okajima is obsessed him and Norman rita's. That's the two of them. Awesome. Last two bits of news bad boys for life, title confirmed. Bad boys for life, the as three in life..

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"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"You had to do all the audio yeah we we worked out the whole season art visas one and everything like that and we made the first episode and the sets were beautiful and the production was great here's a question you were saying that you have a more difficult time because knowing how the industry works both in fiction and in making movies from fiction i'm curious though i'm always surprised by what are my what i have lots of suspension of disbelief dealbreaker there's but i'm often surprised when movies bypass those and i don't care about we were just up in the green room and i was i saw mads mikkelsen who i'm a huge fan of and i said you're my favorite bond villain and that's actually my favorite bond movie even though the poker in casino is a business terrible poker and i'm a poker player so it should have offend me to my core and yet i just don't care vilma gaas great well there's certain buy ins i think in terms of ready player one none terms of we're not gonna talk spoilers but i liked the conceit is that world is like essentially governed by video game and that the biggest corporation the world's still beholden to the rules of video game yeah it doesn't make any sense but you just buy into it so i'm curious what if you can think of some of your surprising non dealbreakers well for me i it doesn't surprise me that much but it often spices other people that these aren't deal breakers for me which is i don't need the science to be real i don't need real six hundred sixty if you've got a ship that goes faster than light and your sir i'm fine with that it doesn't bother me at all i need consistency i need it if you're going to break physics one way then i need you to keep breaking breaking it that way if you have like there was i remember there was one episode of classic trek where for whatever reason they went from the planet mercury to the planet earth like with the enterprise and it took them a while and i'm like what.

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