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"michael caine" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"To the Joe Piscopo show in nineteen seventy the answer Michael Caine Johnny dangerously six forty four of the radio show the Friday started let me go to Charlie fish the professor has checked yeah good morning Charlie was that your mind is morning my friend happy Friday gentleman Charlie and Debbie so go I'm looking at seven maps right now and four pairs of gloves which two weeks ago were delivered to me by Dr rock Positano struggle long way Wong who was wearing a mask when he did it these are the most valuable possessions I've ever had to go they're worth more than their weight in gold thank you Dr rock the primary reason to wear a mask Joe so you will not touch your face to separate your face from the fingers picking up the virus on the surfaces don't have symptoms you can still spread the cold virus in order to keep your mask going wrap up piece of paper towel around the mask on both sides to preserve it make sure you can still breed them naked security or face Joe does an experiment recently in Johns Hopkins University which demonstrates the persistence of this tiny virus one millionth the size of a pencil point they had a total we sterilize room one notices and a cold bit patient in the room and they found that the cold virus I'm still one of the nurses coming out the sterile sterilized environment where was that fire was still on the bottom of the shoe right we feel it is this is now drawing hearing of more more anecdotal cases of this virus emerging at perhaps as early as last December or January for example I have a close friend's wife who is currently fighting for her life on a ventilator in week two in a New York hospital so let me ask you very very respectfully do you think that your trusted eight mo might have succumbed to cold at night in her memory and with love okay Sir yeah sorry to be serious on a party but we are serious times well you all god bless you to Charlie I don't know.
Fashion History Now
"So this week April. I thought we were Kinda start talking about fashion wink. We're on the tail end of the month of quote Unquote Fashion Week. We are currently witnessing all the Paris runway shows and I thought this would actually be a great opportunity to suggest a instagram. Follow to our listeners. At Robin Given our OB. I N. G. I. V. H. A. N. She's a fashion critic for the Washington Post and pass dressed guest that absolutely. She came on the show and our very first season to talk to us about the battle over cy which happened in nineteen seventy three and it was basically like a fashion show face off between French. Katori as an American designers. Yes so that was an amazing episode but she is an incredible critic. She's very thoughtful and insightful about her coverage of fashion that I think a lot of our listeners will really appreciate for instance today. She's posting about the Balenciaga show. And she's saying that. The show is thoughtful but she says quote. Thoughtful just stressful. It's very ominous. I think it's kind of a commentary on climate change. I haven't read much else about it. But she also has been writing about kind of the feminist ideologies that Inspire Maria Grazia. Carey's creations for Dr. And how you know that. The fashions and the runway she presents don't really reflect those feminists beliefs. They still reflect this kind of feminine ideal of a woman which is a little counter intuitive or counter to feminism for all women representing all women. That's something that's I guess. Problematic throughout fashion she also has commenting about Virgil Oslo off-white collection. She just doesn't get it. I don't know if you've seen that yet. But he was sending like half Parkas and half tool dresses down the runway. Yes and not only that but one of those tool dresses was actually ripped off. I think it was from givenchy. I don't know if Jeevan she but she ought. There's definitely been comparisons to victor and Ross tool creations and kind of cut out creations. Like it's definitely something that's definitely probably been done before. But I thought the fashion writer Tony Glenville who you could also follow on instagram. How To really insightful? Commentary about some of the collections? That have hit the runway today and he wrote that it's time fashion. Stop treating US too. Don't care close. You know kind of these clothes that we can't really wear in real life. He says you know when you start thinking. The future and designing fashion aware in the real world think about fashion to keep and cherish and fashion to make women look strong and confident. It's not taking the fun out of fashion. It's actually thinking on the subject of fashion as Global Business. And he goes on. That fashion is a creative force. An employer of millions repository of tradition. And Crass let's think about how it can survive in the future and then I wanted to kind of talk to you about this April because he ends with costume belongs in museums. Fashion belongs in our lives and I was curious what your thoughts are on about that. Do you agree with him? Well I mean I think. That's some problematic terminology in terms of exactly how we as fashion historian. Use those words right because all fashion is costume but all costume isn't necessarily fashion. Does that make any sense? Yeah and I think. He's trying to distinguish between this idea of like fashion as as costume as kind of like this performance. Art as a something. That isn't really representative of what we would wear in every day and specifically he was talking about the mosquitoes down by Jeremy Scott. I'm recently which he literally had. It was very much a let them eat cake. Marie-antoinette moment with like tons of Pan Yeas and women in the you know those huge waves reflective of late eighteenth century fashion but they literally came down the runway dressed cakes and like references to eighteenth century panelled gown so a lot of people probably aren't going to wear those clothes. I guess the argument would be if we're just creating fashion for. I guess this like a federal shock value to send it down the runway. Is it still worth it? Should we be doing that or should we be more conscious of the environment and creating fashion? That isn't actually meant to be put on bodies. Well I that actually kind of leads me into the the follow that I want to talk about. Because you said WHO's GonNa wear these things? Well perhaps this next segment of the fashion buying public. Which are drag Queens? So I can definitely see some of those drag Queens on Rupaul drag race adoring that mosquito collection and I would like to recommend to. Our listeners is to follow an instagram account. Called at Drag Bombs D. R. A. G. B. O. M. B. S. and this instagram account is hysterical is actually run by the brother of a former dressed guests. Terrace ain't James. Who CAME ON SEASON? One and talk to us about the intersection in history a sustainability in the fashion industry but her brother. Jordan. He's hilarious. He is obsessed with repulsed dragway. And He's also obsessed with lush products. The cosmetics Carney and so what he does he finds pictures of drag queens and then pairs them up with the lush product that they're outfit and they are hysterical. Some of them are so dead on and so perfect. I showed it to a couple of my friends one time and I tell everybody to follow this all the time. And they're like oh no he has to be the designer of the products and the drag queens are his inspiration but no no no. No that is not the case. He's just really really good at this. So if you WANNA put a giggle in your day follow Jordan on drag vase and I promise you it's GonNa show Ganic smile at your face. I know and I just speaking of. I've never seen this account so I just went to it. And it's Jordan the Raven Claw Lachey. A master bather and he says no drag. Queens harmed in the making of this account. It is pretty incredible. How spot on a lot of these comparisons are. Wow okay well check that out dress listeners. Instagram accounts for you to follow and check out some other things for you to watch them suggestions of some films. I would like to suggest that I just watched. Actually this past week I came across. It's actually a couple years old but I had not seen it. It's a documentary called my generation. That's streaming on Amazon. Have you heard or seen of that? April I have not but you better bet I'm GONNA put it on my list now. I really really liked it Because it is almost entirely comprised of archival footage and photographs. So there's no there's no inter spicing with interviews of people in the modern day there. They just take those voices from those interviews. It's narrated by Michael Caine. It's kind of like has generation and his experience in the nineteen sixties and he interviews. People like famed photographer. David Bailey models penelope tree Mary. Quant twiggy Vidal Sassoon. People interviewed there so integral to this period. And this this documentary. That's really about in the nineteen sixties it just reveals how integral fashion was to the experience of the nineteen sixties by all these interviews. So I highly suggest checking that
New York: Judge dismisses ex-Knicks star Oakley's lawsuit against Dolan, MSG over ejection from game
"This has been being talked about by all the NBA people. So I didn't want it to be spoiled for all right so this is a genuine reaction. I have no idea where you say. So what is the episode? That set you off where you're no longer going to attend games at masters locally being dragged by his pants or whatever out of the arena. Okay so after. That is out there and did nothing. So after that Charles Oakley Sue James Dolan Square Garden a civil lawsuit well today that lawsuit was dismissed by Manhattan federal judge so Oakley sued MSG for defamation assault false imprisonment and other and other things related to this twenty seventeen incident. He claimed in his suit. He was being unfairly targeted for making jabs at Dole. And who's also in attendance? And then they also claimed that oh he was drunk and belligerent. So this got thrown out. The judge sided with Dolan and Madison Square Garden. Saying Oakley failed to make a plausible legal argument to support these claims Madison Square Garden. James Dolan released a statement all no. We thanked the court for its ruling. This was an incident that no one was happy about. Maybe now there can be peace. Maybe be peace between us. What an olive branch. What an olive branch now. Maybe that you sued me. And there's no legal standing in I guess any New York Law Federal Law. Whatever law there might be that. There is no legal standing of an argument that I should win this case because James Dolan is a complete a whole. That's not that's not a legal a valid legal perch from which to sue someone so now maybe there can be peace between us. Oh my gosh. Is there nobody in Madison Square Garden? That could tell this man what to say. Is there nobody? I mean there has to be because he's the one that went to the Michael Caine interview years ago. Would that that said the binder that said talking points right. Yeah so. The man is open to receiving talking points. How can somebody say? Hey Mr Dolan if you don't mind taking off that scarf it's it's ridiculous and the Fidora Dora. If you don't mind makes you get just put away all of your materials getting set to open up for the mighty mighty Boston's what are the eagles. It's just eagles by the way. And and and if you say this there is a large portion of your Fan Base. That does feel that. Charles Oakley had a point. If you say that now there could be. Maybe peace between us that you're offering of an olive branch is his loss in court. Meaning you're the aggrieved party. Not Him. This might make things a little bit worse for this part of the fan base. That loves Charles. There's no is there. Nobody in that building that can look him in the face. And say you're paying me to say this to you even say that so. You don't feel whatever Rath that might rain upon you from a mercurial boss Kevin Kevin was the security Kevin can say it. Kevin can wait. Apparently
"michael caine" Discussed on About to Review
"All these interviews. You will hear this sound between all of the interviews. All the interviews will be time coated in the post. Hello. Thank you to all of my guests. David Gill Bank. Matt pop Roberto Lonza resting Nixon James Clayton. Phil Granger Havana guppy Deb's Howard and Bonnie, hey for making the time during this very busy festival suit to sit down and talk with me. So to start the show here is the original theme song could by Damon Randall of ill-mannered media. Let's all go to the lobby. Let's all go to those lobby. Let's all go to the. Sound? Director and cool writer of Poulter heist is now joining me, David Gill Bank. Welcome. Hello. How are you going to be? So your film Poulter heist, which definitely I had to Google couple times. Because I was like how did he get the trademark for poltergeist? I was pretty sure somebody else had that. And then I was like wait plan words Poulter heist. Exactly rhyme. So very clever talk about this really clever film. I'll thank you very much. I'm well. It was we we'd come up with the idea for poll to heist in effect about oh about eight years ago nine years ago. And we wrote a short script a short film around the idea the central idea was that a psychic medium would be possessed by gangster. And that was the sort of the the idea the central idea of it. And so we wrote a short film, but we didn't have quite the actors because up until then time we don't dishes a couple of people. But they went quite right. And they didn't really have what what I was looking for, you know, I'm heavily influenced by films like get up. Michael Caine film, the British Michael Caine, film and films. The exorcist and the omen and things are that. No. So I wanted to to mash the was up a little bit and and mix it up and get that story. So we came up with the whole idea of the central idea is that too low level gangster sort of soldiers make make a mistake. They accidentally. Somebody who who has access to all this money that they need. So they go and they come up with the bright idea of kidnapping, a psychic medium who will channel some answers all be able to give them spans assist away this booth. This money is is is buried, and of course, they all they do is unleash a demon. Well, somebody who's the foam a boss who's who's out for revenge in a big way. And we wrote the short film in the short film. We found a couple of actors who did a really good job on. So we made a short film and that was about four or five years ago. And that film did very well on the festival circuit when all around the world and off the back of that we developed a bit of momentum. And we raise some cash, and we made a feature film. We wrote a really good script. I thought was a really really good script that just kept the story propelling the story. So we cut all the fat away. We made it was the story was all about was compelling and just kept on moving. So I think you might if you've seen the film you'll see that they it just moves it gave moves really really quickly. And there's there's not a lotta time to sit in just a little what's going on. It just the story keeps going on. And that's what we wanted to do. I consider myself a commercial filmmaker somebody who makes it film that we're audiences. You don't have to go and pull them to the meaning of life audiences will go in and they'll get a lot of bang for their buck. This is this is in every sense of the word. This was an indie film, a very low budget indie film, but we may damn show that we had a really good scrip. But we also had some really good actors, and I got an young up and coming director photography to actually get make the vision come alive as it were. And we put together pretty good film, which I will. I like to think it's a pretty good film agree as well, though. You know, and so it's in every essence of the way, it's a low budget..
Book excerpt: Michael Caine's "Blowing the Bloody Doors Off: And Other Lessons in Life"
"And in life, and you might have guessed it. The new book is called blowing the bloody doors off, Michael. Join Tom power from studio in London today. Right into it. Sir. Michael caine? Welcome to Q. Thank you very much. I'm so blowing the doors off is a book full of advice. And some of it is from you directly. Some of it is advice you've received over the years. Can you tell me about the advice? You got from John Wayne when you ran into him at the Beverly Hills hotel. Yeah. Yeah. He I just by Alfie, and I was in in in in Hollywood with nothing to do. I was going to a movie we Shirley, MacLaine it. She was late coming there. And I didn't know anybody so used to sit in the lobby looking for movie saws spotted John Wayne, and he was registered in a hotel Luca be said to be what's your name? K I said Michael Caine he said in that movie Alfie, and he said you got to be a star kid. So should thank you. Thanks very much. They said let me give you some advice. I should. Okay. Yeah. Fine months. He said, we talk talk low talk slow and does say too much. And he looked down at my shoes knows worry suede shoes. And he said a never wear suede shoes. He said never wear suede shoes. I said why not? He said because I just told you you're going to be famous you're going to be a stock it. He said you're going to be taken a p in the jets toilet demand. Next year is going to recognize your turn it. So Michael Cain is gonna pay all over your shoes. So don't wait. What a thing. It must be to have John Wayne tell you you're going to be a star. Hey was stunned in Hollywood. When I went there because I'd been a film fan on my life. But to actually go there and made them, you know, it was amazing. John Wayne is very kind to you. He gives you advice, even near death. Right. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I mean, my wife had pen to scientists and she was in hospital visitor. John Wayne was dying in the next room. And we used to walk up and down the corridor. You were pajamas and addressing gown in a cowboy hat in a hospital. He was dying. You know, and he said never worry about dying cages get on with your life. Just do what you wanna do because we're all gonna die. You know that I said, yes. Yes. John. And we say good bye. And I never saw him again. That's beautiful. That's an amazing story. There's a piece of acting advice that I really loved that you come to a few times in the book. So you're playing a drunk on stage the very beginning of your career. Oh, yeah. I would imagine playing a drunken stage like you would hiccuping and stumbling around, but you get a piece of advice and a piece of direction that you really think shaped your work forever. Right. Oh, I did it. I was in first little theatre version is a stage actor I was playing a drunk. We were rehearsing and came on and started in and said, wait a minute. My what are you doing? I said we'll drunkenness and he said, no, he said, you know, proper drunk a drunk is a man who is trying to speak, clearly and walk straight. You are an actor who's trying to mumble a book crooked and the other one he said to me a little later I seen in a play where I had to cry. And so I was crying. And then again, he stopped me said, what are you doing? I said we're not crying in. He said you're supposed to be a man crying. When a man cries. He will do anything not to cry. You are an actor who's doing anything to try cry. You said you got to run you go to run. And so he told me movie acting in two sentences. It feels like it's it's a much harder. What is required then what you originally doing? And it's almost like you have to act mostly inside of you. Oh, yeah. You you do I mean one of the things you gotta remember when you're rehearsing some some when I was in the theater is to look in the mirror Beethoven rehearsed. You know, an experienced tech said to me said never look at the mirror said never let anyone read the lines your lines back at you to rehearse. He said because you've got to remember when you hear the lines is conversation in a movie, that's the first time you ever heard that man say that. But you just got to know the answer to what he say. That's that's so fascinating. You talk about how you use real incidents from your life as an actor. For example, you use it dark memory from your childhood during World War Two when you want to conjure up h I should be clear. You you grew up in London. During World War Two. Tell me a little bit more about that. Oh, yeah. I was I'm a Londoner six when the war started and twelve when it ended, but I was evacuated a lot of the time. So. I was very lucky because the blitz wasn't continuous. There was always gaps because he they used to change the weapons, you know, to be it'd be incendiary for a while. A. Hi, explosives doodle bugs. And then the last one which will be the most worst one with the rockets. Well, it's an interesting point because you talk about using your experience as a soldier in Korea. When you want to feel fear as an actor. But is that a strange feeling being aware that you need to keep in touch with some of the most traumatic moments in your life in order to do your craft. Oh, yeah. I have an incident. I've never told anybody, including my wife, you've been married forty seven years what I do to make me cry. I think of something in my life, and I burst into tears it. It was so. And it wasn't even horrible or terrible. It was just very very sensitive. That's all I thought you were about to tell me just then now never told us. So. If I wanna be able to do it. But you know, what I mean, it's it's it's a funny thing in order to access this part of your craft. You actually do have to relive most most people would like to bury those away forever. Wait, I'm Stanislavsky method actor you you have to live on what happened in your life. What do you think growing up during the war did for you as an actor? It taught me every experience did you can feel right through a great joy and terrible agony an extreme fear. You know, it was it was terrible agony when the war. Started extreme fear all the way through an incredible joy when it finished. And so everything was in the extreme. I remember someone has a reporter said what what was it about? Oh, you guys in the sixties. But it was is people like me. I was the oldest of the sixties was born in the depression in the thirties. Six to twelve hours in a war. When I was eighteen I sent me defy in Korea. You know, when I got home the fifties in London rationing was still on the place was like a morgue vizo roads. And we were burning coal for heating. So smug every day every single day. There was smoke and disgusting place to be and then when we got to the sixties Khrushchev said, we have an atom bomb. You've got four minutes to live. So I suppose we also got formulas to live. We might as well have a good times. I always say that's how the sixties happened. We all had a fabulous time. Let's funny Roger Daltry from the who. And he said the same thing. He said he grew up with rations. He grew up. He said it made him grow up very short. So when time came that he could live life. He wanted to do as much as he could. But we've all exactly the same and the sixties wasn't mastered by anybody nobody thought of it while it was going on. Nobody wrote about. About it was only written about it was just thousands and thousands of working class. People said I've had enough we went we went out. And did what we wanted to do. The thing about the sixties. Everybody I met who is completely unknown became famous. I remember I was sharing. A fact we my friend Terence stamp, and he had a brother, and I was sitting with him. And I said, what do you want to do with your life? He said I'm going to be a music manager. I said, oh, really, you know, tell hoopla is going to be, you know, twenty year old company boy, ill educated and everything. Would never wait. You went to grammar school. Yeah. Yeah. So I said, oh, yeah. Well, good luck. Forgot about it. He said. My mate, we're going to be we've found an act last night. I said, oh, really what was it cold? He said to who. And I found in a pub I finished because he died recently, Chris Christine. But he died very successful and wealthy, man. Do you feel like the whole class thing, isn't as isn't as heavy as it was. When you first started. Oh my God. No, no, no, no. It's still there. But it has no power. I mean, nobody takes any notice of any judge because there are so or something even you know, take. Anyway, I didn't know whether to call you, sir. Now, everybody goes re Michael doug- used the title. So the book is called blowing the doors off Michael Caines Serb, sir. Michael Caine with. No alright. This book is about the lessons you learned throughout your career. So we've talked a little bit about the sixties, and and you coming up and breaking through and becoming this huge success. What I also find interesting is the later stages so in the nineties, you were looking at retiring from films altogether and your credit Jack Nicholson for bringing back from retirement, right? Yeah. Yeah. That's right. I when when is about sixty sixty one or something like that, I got a script producer send it back. So I don't want to do it. The part was too small, and he send it back saying I did want you to read the lover of what did you read the father? And so I suddenly realized up of a lover anymore. If you're going to be a movie star, you gotta get the girl. You know? Now, I'm going to be the father to go to hell with it. So every tired, and I went to Miami department and spend the Miami in the winter in Miami are stayed in London as well. But I had had a restaurant in London restaurant in in in Miami. And that was a success. And I wrote my autobiography at the end of my career, which was called the elephant to Hollywood because I come from a place in London, cool the elephant and castle. So I thought that was a good elephant to Hollywood. And so they're right in my book, and Jack meatless Lewisham is living the way man paint, we became friends and. Suddenly one day kind of got a script. He says it good good partner for you. You say. I live with blood and wine, and it was a very it wasn't a starring pie. Obviously Jack was the star. So I thought well, I'll do this is very good. I'm what I'd done is. I'd I'd made a mistake every tiring too soon. You know, because I went on to begin the second Academy Award for decide to house rules.
"michael caine" Discussed on 1A
"They can't be bull bullied recent on a gauche acted with some men just want to watch too. Well. Michael Caine has Alfred the Butler in a dark now. What what makes you laugh about that? So happy with it got it. Right. You know? A reporter once said to me, what was it greatest love scene. You did in a movie, I said, Saint goodbye to Batman dot night real. And I meant it. Why is that? Because the affection that we owe held for each other as characters and as actors on that series was fabulous. I gotta say that movie dark Knight, in my opinion is the greatest comic book movie ever made because it's not about it's not about like, I am going to rule the world or I'm going to destroy the world. It's the psychological drama about order versus chaos, and that scene that Batman and the joker have in the interrogation room at the major crimes unit is just like I've never seen anything like that on film. But I wonder if you saw that in the movie from the beginning if you kind of knew it was going to have that kind of punch. I do I well I'd already done to batmans. I mean, I'm I'm sorry. I mean when when Chris Nolan the director, I came to you and kind of introduce you to this idea were you skeptical at first were you sold. All I was really skeptical too. I mean, eight came to me on a Sunday mooning at a guy came into my front door which was glass, and I could. See him. So I ought said the door, and I didn't know who it was. But I could see a script in his hand. Then he said his name an I knew who it was immediately because he'd made three fabulous small movies. You know, I and I thought oh, this is great. I'm going to be one of these mouthful of small movies on by Bill get nominated for an Oscar. It'll be mild us, and he said why I'm doing a movie I'd like to be any us. It was it code. He said Batman begins. I said a Batman movie said yes, it was a surprise to me. I mean, this is big ethic. And there was this brilliant young autistic movie director small movies, you know, a Batman so authorities. So from will too old to play Batman nothing. You must be played a Bala Sosa. Well, what part would you like me for? And he said the Butler, what's really the polish? What it was? I Dinna reserved you like another glass of red wine coffee. Anyone he said Michael two Butler was his foster father batmans foster father, his father died said it's much more than that. Go Embry descript us, okay, said Ma drive with it tomorrow. He lived near me, then us at a rate it today. I said no Sunday back tomorrow. He said, no what you read it. Now, give me descript back because Chris very secretive about his work. And I read the script fell in love with it. He we did depart and so fell in love with Chris. 'cause we we did seven movies together. Right. We he always said to me, you'll my lucky charm wouldn't make a film without you in it when he got into Dunkirk. It wasn't a film for an abandoned Dunkirk. You know, seventy five eighty but also. Chris and his brother Dave wrote, those scripts right? An brilliant bright as you know, absolutely fabulous. I I loved it. But I wasn't a pop from being dunk coke. So in in in in the wool movie. There's oh pilots talking to the squadron leader the airport, you know, from the airplane, and you don't see him. You just hear his voice token to the policy in combat and that voices me, I boss you in Dunkirk and it worked because it made a fortune. We're speaking to Michael Caine was known for being a character actor and also known for that accent of his that people love to imitate. What does he think of all those impressions does anybody? Do a good one. That's ahead. Stay close. Support for NPR and the following message come from hinge hinges the dating app, that's great. At one thing setting you up on great dates, and they're not just saying that on hinge three out of four first dates lead to second dates. They are the number one mobile first dating app mentioned in the New York Times wedding section..
"michael caine" Discussed on Kickass News
"Except for Prague, which I'm shooting in now, my grandchildren don't wanna go there. But everybody else does because that's a great city that I've been there before I shot a movie forget what it was. But about thirty years ago showed a movie there was sort of delighted to read that one of your favorite experiences on a film was dirty rotten scoundrels because I was a kid and that was my introduction to you win. That can I watch. Films. Riviera I mean, what could be better than that? So they rented a house for me because I was down there with my family. I had two daughters at that time. I they rented the house between Roger Moore, Leslie, Bricusse, the composer who would to my closest friends. It was wonderful wonderful laughs, you said that you once did a scene with Glenn Headley where you had fifty takes because you kept cracking up. We couldn't we couldn't stop laughing. So young, you know, a young woman like that of a how a woman of heart attack. You know, I always shade how tax with old men. And there was this young wonderful woman. Fabulous actress, I was so upset speaking of older men. I laughed out loud. When I read you say that you really don't feel your age at eighty five, but you feel it when you're on a film set, and you see your stand in. Yeah. You suddenly fade itself my daughter-in-law. And then you go who say they said this you're standing. Okay. How other people see me? Yeah. Family's definitely as you said a bigger priority. Now, you've been married to your lovely wife for forty seven years. I'm about to take myself in literally three days. Gimme a little advice. Michael, how do you keep it going that long separate bathrooms? Never share a bathroom. I love you. Anything? Let me ask you this Michael, do you think Hollywood is as glamorous today as it was when you first came to town. No, I don't think so what it is. They've come for these very big pictures. You know, like Star Wars no of that sort of thing. So you never get a glamorous personal films much any what you do. But then so so many of them Hollywood was made up of those. When when I first went there they made the occasional blockbuster. Great big film side, big Jim or something. But now, that's all they make it seems to me. Well, I've so enjoyed the book in the interview before we go I just have to ask there are many people who have made quite a thing of doing Michael Caine impressions. Who do you think does the best Michael Caine present company? Excepted, of course. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I'm well. I I've never seen it. I was doing an interview for CNN the other day. I they brought on Debbie doing clips of people who did impressions of me. I'm stunned by the impression done by Tom Hanks. Saturday Night Live on Saturday Night Live. I. He's got to do the accent. And he's an American, you know, easy. And so I I love Tom Hanks's actor anyway, so he's my favorite. Well, tell me how I'm doing here. Elo name is Michael that's a terrible one never mind. I did a better one earlier. Got it never mind. Well, once more, sir. Michael Caines book is called blowing the bloody doors off and other lessons in life. Cer- Michael Caine, this has been fun. Thanks so much for the chat. Thanks so much for me. It's been fun for me to. Thank you Bye-bye..
"michael caine" Discussed on Kickass News
"Sir. Michael Caine has been Oscar-nominated six times winning his first Academy Award for the nineteen Eighty-six film Hannah and her sisters and his second in nineteen ninety nine for the cider house rules. He has starred in over one hundred films becoming well known for several critically acclaimed performances, including his first major film role in Zulu in nineteen sixty four followed by films, including the Chris files. Get Carter Alfie the Italian job dirty rotten scoundrels in educating Rita and more recently, the dark Knight is anybody there in Harry Brown. He was appointed a CB in nineteen ninety two and knighted in two thousand in recognition of his contributions to cinema. He's written a new book, titled blowing the bloody doors off and other lessons in life, sir. Michael Caine, thanks for joining me over the phone from across the pond thank yous. A while. You're now eighty five years old and still go and strong. Still working a lot. In fact, you've done some of your best work in recent years. And now you wanna share some of what you've learned with the younger generation. That's something of a shift in your thinking, isn't it because you say in here that you never used to believe in taking advice from old movie stars. Why not well because the advice I ever got from other actors was give out you're not good enough. It is true everything and any out out director ever said to me was negative. And they said, you know, Mike, oh, you know, your your lovely, boy unite boy, and everything, you know, by looking but give up you're not gonna make a lot of producers said that to me when I first started everybody said that to me, I I'm, but one of the reasons I wrote the book was that I was watching television one day, and I saw a load of young people being off what what they wanted would going to do in life. And everybody said I want to be this. I want to do that one of the several of them said something which which truck. They said, they owe said I want to be rich and famous which I thought was very, you know, not a great idea in life because I I became an actor knowing absolutely knowing the I would never be famous. I would never be that sex. I think company accent I'd been in the army and Korea. I came out I had malaria after you by shin period. You know, it takes months malaria that he was Harman's civilian street. But when when the malaria hit me, so I was skinny pale yellow company act said not movie style material. So I said on a career just to be the best that I could possibly be with no reference to anybody else. Because you know, I knew that always be actors who were better than me, and there'd be active who it was me. I just said out. I wanted to put this point across as less of the young people. He just said out to do what you want to do and beat the best that you can possibly be acted and let God take care of the rest right because when you came up as an actor in the sixties, no leading men were glasses. But I guess you decided to be the cool guy with glasses. A no, relating med tote. We company accident leaving bed with from working class backgrounds in England. It was the sixties where I made my name. And and that was because of the social revolution. That was brought about I mean, not by any one person not even deliberately it was just a how group of young people who had grown up in very strange circumstances. If you think dubs my generation the eldest of us have which are on the in in in the nineteen thirties. Then we went in when we were six hours six to twelve I was in the second World War when I've got. Eighteen I was sent to Korea defy. Chinese me. I we this is not the noble upbringing for a young person. We got we came home. And we were in the fifties. There was still rationing. You couldn't buy anything and London where all the people co for he and so it was massive smoke, and it was a miserable city that there was no places to go nothing to do..
"michael caine" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Smith? The emperor podcast come for the in-depth conversations about superman stay for four people stumbling through downton abbey because it's not actually that much else is happening in the world of movie news this week. Well, can talk about Jordan pale maybe being in Tokes about handyman. I feel I don't. I can't stop you. Please very excited about. German pale Disley. One of the most exciting filmmakers kind of can stay. And what's the story is that he is in Tokes not. It's not confirmed not locked for Candyman, and I think this is really exciting something to have a filmmaker of color making this film or looking to remake this film. I'm not sure. Say sequel another sequel over a rebate. I'm not sure what. I think you know the white deals with racial stereotypes, racial politics, in American political history. And you know the last two, this film, a huge. I think to see through his Tyke especially, you know, just amazing work done by. I think really changed the landscape for black filmmakers, particularly. And I think this film through his eyes would be up silly first night, and I'd love to say that, so I'm really excited by this if it comes off. Absolutely. It's Candyman is a fascinating film view revisited Candyman recently. Although this news debate me want to and I agree entirely, I think it sounds like a release owing prospect very, even that people get very upset about remakes on everybody have a problem with it. If it's someone who's coming in, it's interesting idea absolute and he's, you know, he's producing. It isn't bummer. You kind of hype direct it because I was obviously one of the best movies last year. To keep them watching. Yeah, it's really interesting Candyman. If you go back and revisit it, it's Kasumi layers and so much texture going on as well. And I should also mention us excited me today. Cynthia reveal is going to star in a story, a film about the life of Harriet Tubman, who was an incredible figuring American history. She was born of this Lavery in the nineteenth century in the states escaped from slavery and became an abolitionist, a political activist and actually was really active in underground missions. Missions on the underground railroad to free slaves in the states as well became a spy in the American civil war. It's incredible story and Cynthia Revo will next be seen on the big screen in bad times of the royale and Steve mcqueen's widows and British actress, incredible voice wanna, Tony for the purple Broadway musical and is going places fast. I would say. So look out for that one next year. It'll be Oscar bothering. For sure. Yeah, I think she's one of our most exciting, new actresses. I mean, just having those two films out within the space of a month. I think shut did. We does first and then bad times and both of which are for nominal rolls for her. And as you say, she's gotten incredible career on the stage she was in Broadway. He is. She sings, drew God director time. Just talk about how she sings live throughout the entire film. She's, you know, I think what they call double threat and we does. She is absolutely phenomenal. And she is an incredible dramatic actress terminal into segue from an up and coming actor to to actress zoo been well dazzling on the big screen for decades. They are two absolute ruddy legends they are the stars of this week's heist thriller king of the they need almost no introduction. One of them is Ray Winston ever bang on that. The other one is Sir, Michael Caine some Morris, Mickle white, unbelievable. And they came into the poll booth. This week, and I had a chat with them about all sorts of stuff, but because it's me, we started talking about Jim Broadbent naked arse and pissing and sinks Sarb Dan anyway, a joy. We are delighted to be joined on the podcast by two ruddy legends Ray Winston, Michael Cain. How are you sir? We great, good. Good. Good. Is..
"michael caine" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"Of sleep, no more from beginning to end album everyone has and have you. Well, apparently not. Everyone has most people who know anything about music, revere and respect to that record and would never go on air and slag off off. I'm saying that that song for fear of sounding really don't. You know, I can live with that. That's one of them was the softest word. I could think of you actually cross abbey cross that you're so wrong. It is a great read. It's absolutely you should listen to be honest with you. Never by love. Yes. I've heard that. That's the next track. I'm sorry, maybe in my house, somebody skipped there. I've only live album live in New York. Do you know that that's the one before you can keep saying? I haven't heard that song before. I mean, you know, it's all to use the American. I have no recollection of having heard that song guarantee you this having heard it for the first time after you crucifying it was not the best way of setting up. Do you remember when we did Simon Mark? Funchal bridge over. That's the, that's the record. I know. Okay. Oh LA. Yes. I do know it always known. It was a joke. And what are those? Great. I love him. I love all their records. Because I didn't love that one because I didn't know what it was and you don't have bridge to anyone who can you don't have bridge. There's loads of canonical albums that I don't go out and get them. Why? Because you should Linda's go copy of it. Well, go listen to hers then why? Because you should. All right. I'll make you a deal. I will go home and listen to the whole of bridge trouble was beginning to go home and listen to the whole of sleep normal, but I haven't got sleep him. I'll lend you a copy. Okay. Then. I'll do that. They'll be questions. I think you'll slightly easier than mine. I think you'll find note. I think you find you will. I think you should take this out side anyway. DVD of the week..
"michael caine" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"So this is a true story because you keep cutting back to the rail people telling their versions of the story this something of good time in just the level of ship bungling incompetents involved in the heist. But I think the thing that I liked was that it the phone. Mm-hmm. Does know when to tip over into something quite horrible because in order to do the heist they have to, they have to in there was they have to deal with the librarian and the whole thing about it's possible to pull off a crime without anybody. You know, getting her the is suddenly realize what it is that they've got themselves into in the film does. It's like watching a car crash in slow motion in which you're hearing people recounting the events slightly a poll by the by their own actions and by their by their. You know, at one point, you know th there is some teaser shed, but also it's kind of the, the actual high ceilings is very tense, but it's the, it's the Milia. It's the sense of the characters being being become d- being adrift offending that they, they need something to make their lives special, and they can't figure out what it is and somehow not fully at affiliates rightfully a catcher. It's the group of them who taught. Themselves into doing something, which is the funny at cantor, well, what it means, but how does that well, you don't have fully do that. Something that two people do that one person wouldn't do, but it's the combination of the two of them that do. I mean is that there's a group of four that they, they also talk. They all. Together end up doing something that all individually they would, you know they wouldn't and shouldn't do. I mean, I thought it worked. It worked rather well because it takes the sort of the the flatness, the drabness, the unexceptional ity of their individuals, and then it shows you how they literally are trying to do something that will make them special. And like I said, it's like it is like watching a car crash in slow motion and what I like about it is that there are things that I'll disturbing along with that. You know, that thing of sometimes you, you see a movie, which is about like teenage AD nation in which you can you describe as like looking a scene through a call window as if as if you're one removed, there's a strange sense of remove rouses, very haunting film, very haunting. Very odd, very strange. It's called American animals. Jesse Franco in American animals film is about what confused kids do when trying to escape boredom, which is sort of what we were saying in that review, the harsh consequences that can await those decisions in the vein of movies like goat Palo Alto, and even Broadway's American idiot paints a picture of suburban life. A young adults has been constrictive and overbearing, an incubator holding everyone's ambitions, regrets and dreams of escape the struck by the moving. So he's just read that that is a very good phrase, an incubator holding in everyone's ambitions, regrets and dreams of escape. The structure of the movie allows us to view the story from not only the director's perspective, but also from those who. Who lived it and make those awful choices before our screening at Sundance direct bought Layton said in joy, isn't the right word for movie like this, but do your best. That's yeah, that that that sounds like bought lighten. You wouldn't have to try to hard to be completely caught up in this tragic shocking and altogether enjoyable story. It's may BBC. Don't cut it UK ten to four see what we can squeeze into a loss, ten minutes puzzle, which again is very odd, but actually this case for other enchanting movie by tobe who directed calls behaving badly. This is based on an award-winning Argentinean film from two thousand nine by Natalia Smirnoff, which I confess I haven't seen or at least if I have seen it..
"michael caine" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"This monkey both make trips to your low? Well, I'll go to see salvia, big light, James bundle something, you know, I'll have a cinema, my home would have very big screaming. It's not. Joing to the whole away. No way do a whole thing. We load of other people's and everything. My wife occurs drags me. Yeah, it's not a great to. Oh, yeah, mongo. I've tried to drag me mama, Mia, but didn't go. I refused that one. Refusal. Why did you refuse that one? Because I didn't well. Check my mind on that evening. I didn't fancy the film. I did like very much. Andrew. Hague's lean on Pete. Yeah, which is wonderful. Really into tough. It's a story about a young boy. He wasn't friendship with the whole and it was it was the film, Andrew, how you made. Honestly, it was a stunning. I the the same director that made forty five years making this film about this rather sleazy world, lower class horse racing in America. Yeah, he told me not. So it's meant he came on the show to talk about it and he was. I thought it was a wonderful movie that wasn't seen by enough people. But what what happened to me? My wife went to say mama, Mia, again, in in in cinema, the second one, these at go friends and everyone kept on about my miss. Oh, I said it home put the first one on. Yeah, and I loved it. You know? And I, I called wait to see the second one now. It's great. It's coming on television a ready this morning November eighteenth. If you want to watch it still in cinemas now people are still going another cinema on what you want to sit there, but load of old ladies and watching the film one. That'd be quite fun. Well, you might be give them a thrill of a of Edlow throws. Do you ever go back and watch any of your old stuff and what do you think when you do? No, I don't. I sometimes say Domon television and I'll sit there. Manner. That's how to avoid. Says the only one watch for any amount of time I watch for a quarter of an hour, twenty minutes, dirty rotten scoundrels. The rest of turn officer turn off after about five minutes because when I've seen him so many times and I know what's coming to Butler, did it boy if you've watched him Batman about it, didn't do it. We were coming up and we're coming in the lift the the security guy said to you, willing to talk about zillion. I mean, it was going on about Jerry. So I say that was early as your best film itself. Oh, wait a minute. I've. Pretty it. It does have an extraordinary longevity. Will you be did a special. Yes. And it turns out that it's the. I mean, I said, my father took me to see Zulu, then almost service has yet my father. It was something that that you know generations went to see together. Yeah, I Frederick come Hanks in Hollywood, and he said to me to become an actor because he was is my dad took us to a drive-in disease Zulu. Does he simply Zulu in the drive in in America enough? I'd like to ban acted like that do that. He said. So I did. Did you have a zoo. Billion people sales Terrific's to to meet you. You know, I loved you in Billy liar. I on. But that's what happens. I'm afraid. I don't want to see. What are you most proud of and you look at your extensive Catholic? What are you? Most proud of words? Probably things I've done on the stage, but the film my favorite film is almost impossible to find. It's called one day in the life of abundance, a bitch and the company that made it..
"michael caine" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"Thank you. Paula Jones stood in Belfast just as democracy. Ruben monks complained that the movie had got Winnie. The Pooh in quotes wrong struck me is remarkably similar to the recent complaints from Star Wars fans about flying princesses weaponized hyperspace jumps complaints that I seem to remember Mark had very little sympathy. I did. Yeah, it looks like Disney just subverted your expectations Mark. Well, I have to admit that that all east isn't something had occurred to me and the minute I heard it. I thought, wow, I wonder whether that's the case. I mean, I don't emotionally feed it to be the case because. You know, because I know but the fact of the matter is I think it's a, if put it this way. If I was having this argument in the public somebody and they said, I'd say, okay, fine, you win. It's my round two Cinta h Twenty-one from wedding. I only read I if you put your age on our read it out, it's used to be relevant. But anyway, maybe it is relevant. When you talking about that show Robin film show Disney, dismayed. They don't cornered the market on talking bam movies anymore that they did that to a beloved classic. Taking upon everything. We knew about Putin friends to try and squish into Paddington shaped hole, but they go very stuck indeed. Oh, brother, opo center. That was very Joseph green. I've just come out of his screen Christopher, Robin, with my fiance, we both absolutely loved it. I was surprised to him out and give it a mostly negative review. However, I just have to pick up on one point. Yeah. How is it? Okay for the humans in Paddington to not be shocked to the talking bear. However it is not okay that the humans just accepted the fact that poobah and his friends could talk. Sorry, say that again. How is it acceptable? I think you. Making the point you. I think you're making a point about PU and friends being there for real. It was in the imagination. Yes. But the point is that the thing that the film gets wrong is that pool is there, you know, and that's fine and Chris Robinson. So Hello, PU, you know, he's surprised to see him, but then the running gag. The rest of the film is the other people who aren't Christopher, Robin, see them and go home. I would. It's a talking teddy bear, oh my word. It's a talking with which is never the point and they have this is actually a whole thing listening, lice still, so that people won't see that you're alive toys. So then the thing is they're alive toys as opposed to just toys that which doesn't make any sense. It's like it. It just it's wrong. And now I sound like a Star Wars fan talking about last jelly. I do. Honestly. I do feel like I've really been. Yes, yes. And I'm I'm, you know, I think about it just contemplate. Yeah. Yeah, but I never let it be said I won't tell you. Kenya thieves is out next week and Mark, and I've been talking to serve it stars, Michael Caine, and Tom Courtney will hear that conversation off to this clip featuring some Eichel as Brian and Tom has Kenny. We also to look after we're going to bring it back and get round to smoke. Donny until you Deora staunch. Danny gurus. Gout. Good. Is. If only awkward side of the same for Terry, you see is so unpredictable Brian. Psychopath is cherry sounds if you're asking me go back a long way with Jerry, which is why I think Danny, he's probably the trouble troublemaker. If you're asking me. Skin, you. Aucun only sell it low Austria. No is is, and that's a clip from king of thieves. And I'm delighted to save being joined by two of its very impressive stars. That's Michael Cain and Tom, Courtney semi Clinton said Tom. Hello. How are you? Great. Thank you. Yes, I'm not about eight notepad my age. You're looking for. Yes. I know I was upstaged as wise on this is normally I'm the oldest all last year. I was the oldest except for, but you also supporting the more impressive bid. So Tom, you have, yes, it'd been grind it longer. Yes, it definitely tell me on Vodafone ago. I've had a few weeks at this..
"michael caine" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"I was not using headphones, but it simply perched my device on the dashboard, the better to partake of your prattling exchanges, the local Constabulary. However. So this has coach using your telephone while operating vehicle and I was pulled over, but because the phone was play. Saying the yes, the ensuing discussion, which saw me argue that the phone was in fact being used as a radio was conducted to the background wintering of mart thumping on? Yes, yet again, albeit increasingly defensively about why the greatest showman was not in his opinion, a worthy addition to the cinematic cinema. Canon. Cinema cinema, geographical cinematic, cinematic, graphic cannon, ludicrous, Michael. I managed to talk the policemen into reducing the fine down from an initial six thousand rupees to unless I watering two thousand rupees and was incited baps, escaping fine less from my predicament. When the officer evidently lending half in it's your program suddenly said, but I liked the greatest showman and the negotiation abruptly terminated. So thanks mom. Two thousand two thousand rupees. All because the Mirisch in copper liked the show more than you the next time. Hugh Jackman comes on the show. We have to tell him that story we do, we do and he will be back, I'm sure, very same people. Anyway, we begun on long enough and we haven't even started yet. We warmed up nicely. Happy with the sound and you had no. Well, we carry on anyway. Well, that's very good news because it means we have a couple of hours. It does some film conversation. Yes, some emails, some texts a tweet or to a film review every now and again, talking up in a way that so intelligent. Yes. And a couple of jobbing actors to to what? What exactly does Joe ping ACTA mean? Does it mean? Does it mean? Is it a derogatory term? I guess the the implication is they're always working without being exceptional journeyman. I would think it something like that, but obviously I'm using this ironically because they have changed a lot. Between them. So this is Michael Kanaan and Courtney together, Sir, Michael and certain in this in this studio, which would be a very lovely thing as as we as rushing into the BBC to do the interview. I rushed literally, you know, rushed carrying a bike through the finance. I did this somebody. I didn't exercise that. No, no. Things don't. Kuni can't stop. Exactly. Oh, Hello. Told. So they kind of get it for you. Should we open the radio, three lift? I think so. Thank you very much. Now we we didn't. We went up in the in the one extra extra live. We said he trying to find no. Well, I just I I the only time I get to catch up with what's happening in modern music in the seventeen seconds. It takes from groundfloor. That was more than enough. It was anyway that some piece on music. So what we're gonna do we're going to talk about film. So Michael, Cain, intone Courtney tell you about king of thieves. They'll be half to two thirty. You'll correspondents welcome. Of course. Maywood BBC cutter UK. He'd text eight, five, zero, five at you can tweet at with detainment. Matt, who send us an Email. This is Matt, we'll Tesco. I'm gonna go with that. Didn't use spa an old goat house, what you what you want to be those OB old goat house. This past weekend myself, much pregnant wife. My parents and grandparents finally enjoyed a long-awaited trip to see. And then he puts 'em semi-colon h. w. g. a. which is mama. Mia, here we go again, but you in the lovely community cinema of the robot burn sent in Dumfries. We all love the film as did the rest of the sold-out screening. One unexpectedly positive reaction came from the seat next to me as at the beginning of the titular song seemingly inspired by the dulcet tones of lily James, my wife began to feel a series of exceptionally shopping, enthusiastic kicks from the baby. I hope we can get forgiveness for the code breaking gasps and laughter. This inspired when we recounted the story to our midwife who's also pregnant? Yes. And this week's appointment had jaw dropped. And she said exactly..
"michael caine" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"The end of the film you give love and at all comes back to you now on it's like again a labor like them up movie like him at otter like the muppet christmas carol which is i think maybe my best work on film it's wonderful it's it's it's just an amazing movie and michael caine is creighton and the fact that they cut out this the song that is the most kita story and plot of any song ever written for movie you know the song i'm talking about called when love is gone when the angel takes him back you know the ghost of christmas past and he sees himself as a young man and you know and bill saying to him you know this is i'm sorry i've been waiting for abe and waiting for you and it just you know it's and you say next year next year it's not gonna work i can't keep doing this you know and and michael cain says angel please don't let me watch this and then she sings it was a time when i was sure that you and i were truly one that our future was forever would never come undone and we came so close to be in close and though you care for me this distance in your eyes tonight so we're not meant to be the little go on the love is gone the sweetest dream that we've ever known the love is gone the love is gone i be joe bid you will but fear mindless leave you know alone the the and i have to do this i there comes a moment in your life like a window and you see your future before you end help perfect it.
"michael caine" Discussed on WDRC
"Reports co author and eric you were telling me that earlier when we first came in and we were in our predictions about that this is how all this began it all began with a cnn entertainment reporter and she sits down with the stars of of that movie being morgan freeman eleanor can and michael caine and they're all seated together across from her and she was pregnant at at the time michael caine in the video she still has she has it on video because it's a press junket they record everything and so and by the way this wasn't the only strange behavior by by morgan freeman at a press chocolate they showed cnn dead another clip of another reporter entertainment reporter that a different press junket and he was making inappropriate comments and he but in this one where this all began with this cnn reporter the behavior didn't the alleged behavior didn't begin there the investigation did so that reporter sitting there and she's i think she said six months pregnant at the time and he's and you can see it in the video and and he's just looking at her up and down and then he makes us inappropriate comment at the end and it kind of caught his co stars off guard she at that point thought that that reporter said yourself i need to go talk to an interview other women that have worked with him and see if this happened before and this is how all this happened this is how all this came out and it's it's just weird when you see it and at first and on and when he's sitting there with the other reporter at the other press junket at first it's like okay you've crossed the line still in the inappropriate slash for station and then he just kinda goes off the rails and the it's just i don't know it's just bizarre first of all it's a press junket you know caterers harlan you know the cameras are rolling because that's basically how it goes you've got one or or two main cameras one focused on the seat of the reporters and they rotate through that chair and then you have one on the stars of the movie and so they just basically keep rolling the whole time and you bring in a new reporter they sit down they start asking their questions.
"michael caine" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Reports co author and eric you were telling me that earlier when we first came in and we were in our previous about that this is how all this began it all began with a cnn entertainment reporter and she sits down with the stars of of that movie being morgan freeman alan arkin and michael caine and they're all seated together across from her and she was pregnant at the time michael caine in the video she still has she has it on video because it's a press junket they record everything and so and by the way this wasn't the the only strange behavior by by morgan freeman at a press junket they they showed cnn did another clip of another reporter entertainment reporter at a different press junket and he was making inappropriate comments and he but in this one where this all began with this cnn reporter the behavior didn't the alleged behavior didn't begin there the investigation did so that reporters sitting there and she's i think she said six months pregnant at the time and he's and you can see it in the video and and he's just looking at her up and down and then he makes us inappropriate comment at the end and it kind of caught his co stars off she at that point thought that that reporter said to herself i need to talk to an interview other women that have worked with them and see if this has happened before and this is how all this happened this is how all this came out and it's it's just weird when you see it at first and on when he's sitting there with the other reporter at the other press junket at first it's like okay you've crossed the line skill and the inappropriate slash flirtation and then he just kinda goes off the rails and the it's just i don't know it's just bizarre first of all it's a press junket you know killers you know the cameras are rolling because that's basically how it goes you've got one or or two main cameras one focused on the seat of the reporters and they rotate through that chair and then you have one on the stars of the movie and so they just basically keep rolling the whole time and you bring in a new report or they sit down they start asking their questions.
"michael caine" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Anyone who may have felt uncomfortable or disrespected by his behavior after cnn reported that multiple women have accused him of sexual harassment in inappropriate behavior on movie sets and in other professional settings is here from from pbs morgan freeman said anybody who was known me or work for with me knows that i'm not someone who would intentionally offender knowingly make anyone feel uneasy he said in a statement sent to associated press i apologize to anyone who felt uncomfortable or disrespected that was never my intent the cnn report includes the account of a production assistant on the seventeen heist film going in style who detail an incident in which the actor repeatedly tried to lift her skirt and asked if she was wearing underwear she alleged freeman subjected her to unwanted touching and comments on a nearly daily basis on the film several women alleged that he made frequent comments about their bodies or he would stare at them in ways that made them feel uncomfortable cnn spoke to sixteen people about freeman aide said that they had experienced harassment or inappropriate behavior and eight said that they had witnessed such conduct seven of them described harassment or inappropriate behavior at revelations entertainment a company he co founded the cnn report also cited a council by three entertainment reporters of inappropriate remarks they allege freeman made at press junkets including the reports co author and eric you were telling me that earlier when we first came in and we were in our previous about that this is how all this began it all began with a cnn entertainment reporter and she sits down with the stars of of that movie being morgan freeman alan arkin and michael caine and they're all seated together across from her and she was pregnant at at the time michael caine in the video that she still has she has it on video because it's a press junket they record everything.
"michael caine" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Then there are not even from this neighborhood word'sincere for their hair embarrassed my kids are just data to that hvo you've gotta get out over here need to get out more in your neighborhood well i thought i got out plenty but apparently not know there's a whole new world out there with better candian ill gets here a bill well i know we're at that age words and then they sat there for like an hour the next day after school they sat there literally for an hour trading candy i thought that was the coolest part of your heating the triplets all dumped their came because anna was in a completely different neighbor shoes with a friend anna does need chocolate doesn't like chocolate at all all an and michael caine have peanuts so like they they dump it all out and they they had the whole like barter session for about an hour and a half to who all figuring it out yeah and then i just go their bags and take whatever i want you have no issues with candy uh well if i'm gonna do candy i'm generally not going to do sweet tarts are starburst or skittles cause chocolate has kind of my downfall soak so if i'm stealing from them it's mostly coming from tommy gut and we make tell me put authorises peanut butter cups in the fridge is that's the best way to have those so we have a stack of those nothing worse than a multi peanut butter com that's true that's true i am i didn't have any county on sorry i the well it's a should've brought cement no i don't because i wouldn't have eaten i'm not kidding i have my diet has changed to the point where i have very little sugar in my diet and your bam care out that i'm being excellent about it compared because i would have eaton how many you got four kit right yes i would have eaten all their candy that much yes i i love campi i love candy this i would uh wale that it's like he cleared that off your chest i love all your handy on the way to hebrew school on the way anywhere on the way that i would walker ride my bike i would have we stop off at the candy store corner store wherever was they all knew me if like going to your favorite restaurant norm while he adds air retiree rao sharing.
"michael caine" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound
"It is time to keep your reply with the key really to the wicket man is it it's game and at the very end almost at the very end before you actually see the wicket a man road some around lucas of elite character greets highway and roswell road character on the cliffs and his fast words on the game is over the game of the hunting the hunter and that is the crew were there because they film is full of clues rather like in a treasure hunt placed in plain sight you can see them but turnover was show quite what they mean well it could be cumulative mother time you get that who sort of i hope say i of course there's an unnerving qualities to film his that something you can write down or is that something that happened will i think when you point the camera i think that the screenwriter has to dig in uttar credit for that because he a marvellously funny play cole sloop amtra spend to film with other modes livvy and michael caine and i think that that was a crew to weather the human came from that was love him i mean the how of film up until the point that they meet on the cliffs before you see the wicket man is i think a successful attempt to level the origins into a sense of insecurity in the this nice unusually warm for scotland community that have gone back to living a very allen peer too existence which we leave the celtic will walls louis remade lawfully remade to be touched by the songs in some cases.