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"nick frost" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"nick frost" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Truly but using fresh interviews with enact case James Cameron and in this case Spike Lee so check Latte <unk> out. It's going to be a lot of a lot of fun spike was very very good for five stars for data right thing and then we're going to do the right thing really really quickly and wrap up the review section with the angry birds movie too he angry birds and can we just keep this short as well because I have to say that angry birds sponsor Everton football club so therefore spoiler special to adopt a ferry just just negative body language yeah wow that is really negative. I'm great in the film is positive film so I saw very early cut of this so I didn't review. I want to make that clear because I I I saw an unfinished Chris. Stop it breathe Chris. You'll at one of the pigs and so if you remember the last film you will of course Jason today his red who is a red red bird not kidding. No they throw <hes> he was angry bird. He was at war with island pigs who live if nearby his bird islands. Please get more of the mythology he has been now. They've teamed up you see because there's a big purple bird who lives on an island so hang on eastern trope you hi the most in cartoon form of Become Heroes Heroes. I mean they're still a bit dodge because you know they're pigs in angry birds so they're not the greatest people in the world but neither is the big purple bird on the other island you the dia hero you live long enough to see yourself. Launched at the villains is basically a hero WPRO or you. Don't come back for the sequel. It seems to be the rule in Hollywood these anyway. That's beside the point. This is actually very fast very funny quite charming very very colorful. All the kids are going to love it. I guess I don't know I didn't I've never played the game so I'm not what you would call an angry birds expert. I was GonNa make a angry then you might punch me so I'm just GONNA leave it. That's probably wise. I might have done but yeah. There's there's some Cubans and there's a cute running gag in this little squirrel thing in ice age. There's a kind of running gag in this with three little chicks trying to retrieve a lost exit all sounds. I'm still furious. Just the mere existence of this movie that I didn't process a single word you said but it sounds sounds great thermals false Chris's furious and we have this how many stars we gave this three stars stars three stars which actually angry birds world is maximum. That's very true yeah so I guess it's the best movie ever made yeah but then again I have to deduct points for or association with Everton Football Club so one-star lend for the angry birds movie to it is most regrettable but there you go you dance with the devil. You're GONNA get burned right right on that bombshell. I do do have joking aside. I will mention while I have done my comedy pilot plug. I will say we have some guests coming next week on the Pali podcasts Snipe Minerva is on the podcast next week ooh Gemma Chan who by with dominic savage savage to talk about I am Hannah which is a third of <hes> savages. I am Anthology TV series huge genuine the huge slobber Deja Vu why I felt that you've done this before what just was show for the body T._v.. podcast before and it seems to be precious. They can stop sadly but everything about that last forty five seconds sure I've had it before you on now entering the twilight zone. This is so weird. It's like that movie. What did they call it? Deja Asia view so weird well anyway gems on the podcast common having listen drops on Wednesday drop. It's Monday through Friday Monday. You've you've already recorded. It and it's all good everyone's great okay fantastic while we're here doing quick plugs. We should mention our live podcast podcast again September fourteenth at the London podcast festival. I.

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"nick frost" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"nick frost" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Nicely. How's your lawyer Chris? I'd like to make it clear that you're joking about alley joking for whom you have the utmost respect and whose pukes you know nothing about four L.. Let's not go that fun. I will sign sign a document to that effect be yes. Animals is great really enjoyed it. We gave it four stars <hes> so you know go and watch that if you don't want to see a man pulling helicopter out of the sky with his hands so yeah okay cool. I haven't seen that yet. I'm dying taste sounds good to me. Quick shout out to movies that are also out this week and <hes> we gave four stars to refresh batteries photograph and holiday which is a slab of darkness Swedish first time director Isabel Eklof who co wrote border anyone see border came out last year the troll fantasy troll thing really really great this year. He came out this year. I was sitting behind nick when he washed F- helps. No doesn't help okay. I it has the years <music> weirdest most unforgettable sexing at blue water. Well was the one in Hobson show. There wasn't one shaw pretty sure it wasn't that I want you to know. I do not know that might explain why he didn't think there were enough car chases. I think I know what's happening anyway. So those are also at this weekend we gave him both four stars as well and we should also tell you this week to do the right thing do the right thing do the right thing and listen listen to the pundits on Monday while let me be the first time I've ever heard how pretty funny so I can't. I can't have the cutout however yes do. The right thing is getting a rerelease for its thirtieth birthday. Yes <hes> which is terrifying. It still feels UNCANNILY unquiet quite upsettingly relevant film but it is very very very much worth seeing if you haven't seen it. It's Spike Lee's second film. I think it was a second third third feet yeah. She's going to have in school days. You're correct yeah third film <hes> it should have as as they actually talked about the Oscars that year Kim embassador I think made made the point dish. This film should have been out for best picture and she was absolutely right. It is a phenomenal phenomenal film and Yes you should see I don't WanNa say too much about it. It's at during a heat wave even New York City in Brooklyn and it sees tensions flare up around the local pizzaria owned by Danny Aiello Giancarlo esposito's he does in it. <hes> Spike Lee himself. Obviously bill non has a fantastic role Samuel Jackson's Aaron Small World Rosie Perez incredible cast but just it's an it's an even better film. It's a great film pariah film and go and check it out. If you want to do the right thing <hes> this weekend I think it's also coming out on Criterion Collection Blu ray over here as well so if you haven't seen it loads of great bells and whistles and if you WanNa do the right thing at some point next couple of weeks our second podge Dementri will be going up ooh celebrate empire thirty and that will be a parliamentary dedicated to do the right thing with the great spike Lee himself cool so that's can be very exciting so if you haven't listened to the first one the first Pudgy was dedicated to James Cameron's Avatar what they are. They're kind of podcast documentaries so there long form features features narrated by yours.

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"nick frost" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"nick frost" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"That's kind of an ex Pat American Tyler and they've been best friends for ten years since unique and they've spent that decade drinking doing drugs and shacking Germany living it up as we do <music> twenty s coming into the thirties now on the fundamental so the crux of this is that <hes> grainger meets a young classical musician as one does in a pop payback and Shaukat has no intention of giving up her sort of partying lifestyle and it creates a rift between the Mao. It sounds uh-huh quite twee as a set up. The execution is far from like it's very much a celebration of female friendship Russo there excess. They're lost installed debauchery. There's no judgment is not found upon these people enjoying themselves these people living their lives to their full and it is not casting aspersions on them or trying to kind of pigeonhole. There's no punishment there's a judgment in this film and I really liked that's about it except severe they are and I thought they were great. Great characters very very believable. Who did the directions the directions autumn my safe behind and she doesn't really good job with with with this? I believe directions with direct all the directions. You've never seen such direction. The directions were marvel last bit left activate their yeah. No it's it's it's it's very unusual film and won't be to everyone's taste but on I'm GonNa say is one of the first scenes sees carrots stripped naked cubes on fire accidentally on a bar so you know you don't see that not even in Hobson sure it's weird at this feeling someone's just put cameras in the Empire podcasts asked studio and just just mining for inspiration accidentally so the wall don't seem naked on about leans too close to think what is a flaming Buca does exactly what happened in the pilot episode. Thank God wow be careful. Shops wax fuel safety the hand Elliott and radio one so nicely. How's your lawyer Chris? I'd like to make it clear that you're joking about alley joking for whom you have the utmost respect and whose pukes you know nothing about four L.. Let's not go that.

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"nick frost" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"nick frost" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Yes and you're right. I think I think there's there's a lot of cool stuff early on the problem with this for me. Is I absolutely agree. There's there's too much in the middle taken away on some of the sort of insulting each other scenes are not that way see. I should have been trimmed by about fifty percents. It's like a Imogen right yeah exactly yeah. There's some good lines in there but really it should be massively tightened up but by the end of this film if you're kind of saying thing they're thinking this supposedly real world. Ish Film is less convincingly realistic than at least I would say four or five live marvel films. I feel like maybe going a bit too far. At times <hes> okay I actually quite that's one of the things I liked about this movie because the fast and furious movies from fast five five onwards just been becoming increasingly batch it insane to the point were from fast six onwards to really not about car racing there highs movies at them became sort of weird comic book movies where Vin Diesel in the rock are essentially superheroes just without the trappings of of being actual superheroes. Awesome and this movie leans into this pure Gonzo Sifi Idris Elba's character is a Cyborg a century for for one of a better phrase it goes into the full blown saving the world sheds <hes> the next thing that they will have superpowers in space. I'm being going so I was okay with that side of this thing for me. This is the I fast and furious film wet. Every person on board is on board but they all know what this is. They're absolutely wears. I still don't believe in diesel understands falls appears. Here's Mike my only quibble with that as the VIN diesel seriousness about these films has always been expressed by his endless use of the word family yeah and that Patani Mommy that that mental here is the rock on he he is very sincere and other films films but I was a bit like know your job is to not be sincere in VIN diesel be sincere and I understand why you are talking endlessly about family aretha it's also it's also a family in terms of the shoals themselves. Yes True Helen Mirren's in as Mrs Show we saw her and feist eight oversee revolves around relationships day code and you know there's all of our family as well. There's a certain amount of reconciliation it goes on movie. That's the theme of the film if <unk> a movie if this movie can be said to have a theme it had that's one of the things so I think it's still there but the problem one the issues I have with this while I found this enjoyable to a degree agree. I didn't enjoy it as much as I wanted to because one of the problems I had with it as that <hes> yes I will agree that. I don't think that everyone's in on the joke of the fast. If you're in movies <hes> especially its main star and producer. I think the more ridiculous aspects of the of the Louis films are over poor fins vins head bless him but as findings made a millionaire many many times over so was EEK but I feel that this movie goes too far the other way in a weird way it doesn't modulate itself enough and it almost becomes smug and lazy at times..

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"nick frost" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"nick frost" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"I'm canoe and correct him on his pronunciation Herod. That's what you WANNA hear for. Not Hair efforts humbling. Have you ever had the pleasure of me and Robert De Niro yeah no never okay well. It'd be really nervous us. You know it'd be really nervous. You've had the opportunity to meet a few people over the last few years. I'm still a fan of film you know still be like <hes> Robert De Niro who who has made you the most thaw struck <hes> Li- Angela Hartnett the chef really really what they did and I went and had lunch live four years ago one of restaurants then she came out orange. Yeah life was like I think living rugby team sent this to me. The other day in coffee shop in Twickenham. Can My baby with me and kind of went. No I mean I guess usually people I get their own people right but I think someone like Deniro. Yeah I mean <hes> Sigourney. We did remain Greg Mottola into me before we cost to Paul and like we yes I think I told you it's like a place in Hollywood and me and grip until we're having lunch and she was eating chicken Caesar Salad and was just like this is looking at an inch Avi and looking around and thinking this is amazing since I'm saying just was you fucking Caesar Salad. She's amazing look a lot of people there people and they're afraid to and <hes> nervous and anxious in Bali address interest in the site healthy thicke divine it goes away after a while when you work with these people like say working Nagorny like a week in two Paul. Does that go. I think you stop. I think you start <hes> as a person you get to judge what you can get away with and then nothing usually my editing suite is off so I say things and then you see them. Reacting that was a good reaction you know and then I think people realize that you know you're only store uh-huh daylight the fat European decor your you say things people don't say or and you know people the want to that all yeah yeah yeah and then that way you know you know what Spielberg though he was amazing yeah Novus Stephen I was like nine. He's directed the best films. I've loved the most in my life really in as a child as a young man. Don't you just have to sit and listen to him. Talk about close encounters like an absolute dream. How much did you prompt because you're massive? WHO's encounters fan? I am. I'm he didn't have to from a law really he. Just charts by Simon was a problem Sir in okay and I'd say and you know harvest that problem by got like <hes> years ago found the first edition novelization of Spielberg's novel of close encounters he'd written and I found in a junk shop on a pilot you know when I was sixteen and paid a five for yeah and then like you know twenty five years later gave him it sign stuff because he can give Stephen even things to sign on the last day and that's okay man he was. Oh my God. This is incredible. I've got a first edition signed. Oh my gosh you know he says something really lovely. I think no I love is in the novelization explains that the the big organ they play at the end the synthesizer you see the F._B._I.. The C._I._A. Go in the door and stevie wonder opens and they like he's organ the because it's the most technically advanced organ in the world the team they play is stevie wonder's amazing. Maybe they could go and re dropped. They show it. Maybe they should be other directors. Yeah Oh my God. Does she know another question asked Ian Nine asks you're stranded on Desert Island. Oh no which police academy movie and do you have as your only source of entertainment payment because under siege whoa straighten number six one wanted to be all for I wanna I wanNA seem cheery..

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"nick frost" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"nick frost" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"So it's it's actually quite fun. It's incredibly, and I don't mean this disparagingly, but this is incredibly girly. I mean, this is this is. This is like a tool Princess dress. With a with a matching Thira and matching sparkly shoes. Like, it could not be more. Girly says sounds good to me. I'm their own ac-. I think it's gonna go massively over with the frozen. Cried us crowd is light into frozen up. They're not physically for office. Okay. The music is good while the music is the nutcracker says pretty pretty solid. They've added in some bits, but it's it's very much rooted in okay fantastic. Three stars in for the nutcracker under four realms. Just as many stars would have God if it had five realms just just imagine that or even nine then it could been partly MC you anyway, anyway, getting ahead of myself. So also out this week. We have thought of house rules e official empire review isn't up yet. All as I thought this was a good fun. Lots of gore throws everything in the wall. Not all of it sticks. Keep your eyes peeled for the official empire review as well. We also got four stars to the Nick Hornby adaptation. Juliet naked, which he's Ethan Hawke as a an ageing rocker romance rose Byrne and her boyfriend Chris O'Dowd who happens to be a fan of the rocker watches on with envy. So four stars for that one as well. And that is this podcast. Join us next week for more film elated. We'll be joined by Chris pines pine Chris pine and David McKenzie. Talk about their new Netflix movie outlaw king. How exciting until then until it spins occasion. Until we meet again, it is goodbye from Helena, Harris is goodbye from Nick December pip, and as for me I'm off to camp out in the West End until he bring back Peter Pan goes wrong. I mean, I wanna see a guys starring of course, Robert Downey junior. Thanks for this week by..

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"nick frost" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"nick frost" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Yep. Enjoy. University. Go in and watch it. We the only one. The ball and John was. Challenge. And then we got one question, right? Plenty. The question was the easiest one on university. Oh my God. Right. Let's be people dragging us out of here. The head the head of Nick frost stars of pillar of two. It's been a pleasure. Thanks, guys. Simon Pegg and a lot of fun, or at least the bits that I kept in. So let's now talk about the films that are out this week in cinemas for you to see we're going to start with quaint serious film. Hard hitting fill a Mike Leigh film Peterloo. Helen, tell us about this. Yes, I'm probably not to be sung to the tune of orderly by ABA. I don't do that do not do that. This is Mike Lee's face really not. This is the story of the Peterloo massacre, which was a major moment in the history of democracy actually in this country. So it was a peaceful pro democracy rally in the eighteen twenties. Eighteen nineteen when no everyone had the vote. You had to be landowning man of certain age with a certain value of land owned, which led to laws like the corn laws which closed huge suffering for everyday people led to complete lack of representation for working working class. People was basically a bad thing yesterday for voting we will do that. Anyway, especially if you're in America this week. Hello. So. This is about the sort of the run-up to that massacre. The run up the situation on the ground the kind of people involved the the activists who were trying to get people together. Led by the Manchester observer Joel night play by Philip Jackson among those people, and there's the arrogant kind of awful, but also wonderful speaker Henry hunt who was a major campaigner. He's played by ROY Konare. He is the most Hissel hero. I think I've seen long time because he is right everything he says, but he's also just the worst person he's so obnoxious, and then you have a an ordinary family to sort of represent the people in the grind with Maxine Peake as Nellie sort of matriarch of that family. Her young son is just come back from fighting the wars, David Merced. He plays Joseph has come back from fighting for England at Waterloo and a few years before he's he's scarred embodying mind, and he is really struggling to find work, and they rep. The sort of little microcosm of the average people in the grind. And the all builds towards, you know, spoiler the Peterloo massacre at where where basically the the yeomanry and the the the army road against these peacefully gathered people in a square at Sint, Petersfield, Manchester, and it was a bloody and notorious event even at the time sequence. Yeah, it's really it's really quite shocking piece of English history than I did not know about. I mean, I did because I'm a big leftie, by didn't know a law of the background. That's in this. I think it's good. I think we shouldn't just tell stories about kings, and queens, we need to tell these kind of stories by normal people. So I think that's really really important to do. And I think it's and oversight in that respect. It is a film though, with a lot of people going into rooms and talking at other people for about two hours before you get to the the event itself in questions. So do be warned that is going to happen. The talking. Is actually a law of it's fascinating..

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"nick frost" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"nick frost" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"And I it's a reflection on his own sort of navigation through that system. I think as well. Dp actually had been there as well. I think they were both going back to. Yeah. Interesting. Film. Very much belongs to the kids. And I say kids, they're all in that twenties. I guess, but at least forty five. Yeah. But the it's the film a group of young people, you know, in with that to sort of shepherd them through it. But ultimately, it's the picture gig. This is the first time you're doing something through stolen patriots. Not the last. What's what's might be? You think? Yeah. Go out through stolen pay. Do one co-produce film. So. Went through all the rigmarole starting the company. Hiring people getting the logo made all that stuff. And then just the beginning. I think it was. Yeah. Listen to this in the office. But guys just to Reese, right? You have been five. It's a very real slate. And is it an actual slate? Yeah. And we've got television to be honest because that's kind of where the, you know, financially speaking it, it's all happening at the moment. You know, the the Evelyn television has been amazing, and is an enables you to do essentially large scale moves, you know, in in an episode at way, although they won't be theatrically exhibited, obviously, we'll do films for the love it when we get a moment and Germany speaking, we've gone number of projects, and then all you know, comedy, and then old horror the drama. There's a variety of stuff. We're quite about what we have coming up. I think is interesting. Why what was interesting is the fact that we? It's easy to say less star production company. Yeah. And then you do it. And then I think it was kind of. You know, I it was quite a sober wake up to realize we now have to run a company. We have we do have an amazing CO malls Kelly's incredible. And I'm vibrant and capable. But it's not just him doing it. We need to do that to people in his that's the nuts and bolts of I've never done that before his description saying. This one V. So that could be but then getting into a place where your produce something. That's kind of a great learning curve personally for me. This is an interesting part of the business. The I never knew existed on you what we do in front of the camera. But I didn't know how company made money. Bonkers? Oh idea how that overheads turnover. What does that mean? What happens to get something made in his? Seems easy thing. Well, we we did these films. So then that will be easy. But it just not the case, you know, needs to be a whole package. Absolutely is interesting. Learn how that works. It's given me a new era park. Yeah. Respect here. Now, it's. For less thing because people aren't ticketing levers wrap up. Because one of us has a Hollywood style hard out. But I won't say who out is still in the title worthy the come from. And is it's hard to agree on something when this to you, or you hive mind, it was kind of easy. It was going to be I fried gold films. I think fried goat is more skewed to me. And then we feel about few. I mean, we literally only thought for about an hour. Then I say wa- about stolen pager because that was something that was important to both of us in history. And it comes from the fact that there was a pub that we used to drink in the shepherds, which became the pub- the Winchester in and the toilet had a big coke bold. And on the cobalt were lots of photographs of, you know, a New Year's Eve nineteen seventy eight and just the pubs history. And in the middle was a paycheck of the German shepherd..

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"nick frost" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"nick frost" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"So this is the argue produced before, but this is different because this is the first time three your your new company stolen picture. Yeah. What happened was basically that crispy before the script Krisztian mills and everything, and I read it, and like, and I thought maybe I can get behind a little bit at this point, Nick. And I were in the early stages of creating stolen picture, and it might become a nice thing to sort of kickoff with under that banner as it was a horror comedy. Obviously, we are coming in the pasta, and oh heavy Nick was like, okay. And and so, but it's very much a COPA ocean. You know, I it's not sort of our first film. It's it's it's one of the first things that we've collaborated on. And and it's nice to have the name of the company upfront movie. Just naturally or we have naturally goes that place where. Because of the body of what you've done, you have a voice, and you're allowed to say things, and I know Also, so. get made. It's kind of a nice thing. It wasn't like a big. We didn't have to go to produce a college. He didn't really Shala catalysts that all the really hard producing world. You know that the number crunching that kind of stuff what they did was was bring a little bit of. Percents prion knowledge to the whole thing can help get the green light. You know? In terms of so in creative decisions. And so we took cameo roles in the movie as well. But I this is not a kind of Conan film. It's not Nick film by any means, we're on the in one scene together and that was written hastily. Saudi. But in the tradition of great feels like morals space. It's a it's a, you know comedy never actually intersect. Yeah. Absolutely. I was gonna ask with us. And actually, I wasn't sure if I could even mention the fact that you were in the movie together but cats now it's there we drift into each other's transom briefly. Cook. Fury up. I'm joy post in the car to say. A film with that. It was it was it was an issue. Did you meet Chris? What does he don't? Irish accent. This is true and a huge. Oh..

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"nick frost" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"nick frost" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"The. Poisoned explosive fall in on next. Poisoned explosive bowls. Is it like wedlock? You have callers around your next now if he says film, Chris. If I didn't have film references. I think I would just be a lifeless husk. Oh. Chris. House. We've got a lot to talk about the talk about it in. So get to the big one. You guys were talking about this a little bit who should be on the fifty pound note. You know, the person who has turned this part of London into shit show, which is one of the reasons why we have to talk about. Suggest David Bowie Derrick Griffith. That'd be nice Derry. Griffiths would be nice you. I I'd be up for that. Would you go for it? Nick trump. So here's a here's the here's the thing. Someone like a big fat guy pulling his anus upon the very age of fascist sticking out. Donald trump. I was watching the news. Mike. Oh, you said unless she left those never been. Thank God, we had this place while it was Trump wallpaper until yesterday just all over the place. Thing. And I I've been responsible for doing it too. It is easy to make jokes about the devil. And that way, we kind of turned him into a figure of fun. But in fact, is incredibly destructive and very divisive and Uttley frightening. If you have children were using. You know, what I need an exit plan should the Shinco down to take this one step further because I liked idea you being on the fifty pound note leave you both be on the fifty pound though. What one shot from your careers? Would you choose in the fifty pound notes saying, for example, you didn't have time to sit for a portrait? Right. Use anything from any film TV show thought picture from Shaun of the dead that people who was doing. Send it like we've never seen him before. See this. Reasons I left social media kept getting picture. I mean, maybe some maybe a show of us like which isn't actually from a set, but just us to impress on that and seven a bit of a low. You know? Doing a line of coke through. It would look at it for. Maybe that. The moment when we were talking about serving, and you came up with the Harry Potter spell anal be Dory. Kaos dispel on Rupert grim weeded. Satan because he couldn't stop laughing through my singles. What you Keells him? Well, it did the first idea to send him off. And I just did it to someone reading the lines off. Amazing. I love when the curtains pulled back. Guess you guys cope accuser the curtain choice specify which type of curtain. Yeah. Yeah. Le- felt Curtly. Oh, no. Maxa? No, actually. What is everyone? Call it anal. It's the pronounced. Curtain. From the Pasadena 'curtains. As rectal blister. Rims anus..

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"nick frost" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"nick frost" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Talked to us exclusively about his experience at the Oscars winning the Oscars and what it means to him. That's a really moving interviews. Well for emotional interview on it's just loads stuff in there as well. As our twenty films of the year, a number one might surprise you. It might surprise surprise you unless you remember that Chris, and I were among those voting. My number one. No love behemoth rhapsody. Incredible. The issue as well. Terry white are steamed leader went to Sweden and hung out with dolph Lundgren, which is a lot of fun. We've AFI about mortal engines latest movie from Peter Jackson and his men t Christian rivers. We have Bumblebee Nick spoke to Travis night and good people behind Bumblebee to try and explain to you. How transformers film worth carrying about? We also have a look at the tumultuous production history of American history Xs Russian amazing feature Alex code free spent days and days with Tony Kaye. Who's the very eccentric creator of American history x and the the story behind the making films. Unbelievable. Yeah. And it's yeah. It's pretty wild read. Is there any truth to the rumor Edward Norton unlocked, Alex out of his flat and wrote to feature himself that may be true? Sultry by the way, smelter lawyer up. The new section has of stuff near as well like news and things got freshly get rumors. So it above us stars born that's already out. But it's something about stars born there's not a first look anyway normally shop and in my section review, Jay talks about fallen kingdom. Tony told Virginia man's and talk about Candyman. I talked to the director of Hudson hawk Michael Lehmann underwriter Daniel waters about that tumultuous shoot. As a film. I genuinely deeply love. I'm Paul Schrader talks about his new film. I reformed and says I'm not making this up that he doesn't believe humanity will reach the end of the century. So what's the point of anything nevertheless, empire magazine on sale now and all evil agents read it while you're waiting the apocalypse time. Now for this week's guests, we love some impact and Nick frost at empire. We have done ever since they were knee-high to Assam be back in well spaced, Shaun of the dead hot fuzz, the world's end under numerous. Side projects Paul as well they did that together and numerous side projects as well. They are of course, BFF's an air collaborating. Now, they have a new brushing company called still in picture on their first venture is out this week. It's opened already opened on Halloween. It's called slaughterhouse rules, and it's directed by crispy mills who worked with peg on fantastic fear of everything years ago. And of course, it's the front end of Kula shaker as well. That's exciting. This was bit. Weirder is a horror action comedy pagan frost take supporting roles framework takings planes, fiddle here to a group of young ends, including fin coal as about a field her mind core field, but nevertheless as producers and co stars they came into the booth couple of weeks ago to have a chat with me about it. Now, this one goes off the rails a little bit, and it goes into some adult areas, shall we say, so if you feel that you might be a little bit little bit skittish screaming about some blue material than skip this one the hell did you? About. Oh, you basically, Nick, Nick. Amazingly funny, very rude. And an I kind of went along with it. And then and then. Enjoy. It's a lot of fun. I love enjoy. Enjoy. Good day. Delighted to be joined on the empire podcast by the producers slaughterhouse rules as well. Simon Pegg Nick frost. How are you guys? Cope with co producers OJ's. There was also the amazing shell at walls at cutlass wonderful light logo Meads, just Baby. he. And the good people Sony pages international as well. Saying that because they're outside. Yes. Listening to every word you say because are big fans Of of the..

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"nick frost" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"nick frost" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"The globe burns down and finding her son sons died of the ham that his son has died and finding you know, he wants to apologize for the things that he's done in his life to his wife and his daughters. So he's taking stock of his life. That's pretty cool. I'm here for you got one really quick thing as well. Yeah. Very has announced that she is working on a prince documentary. So she's already been doing. This. It's only been announced this week. But she's a well into the work as she said prince was genius in joy and a jolt to the senses. The only way I know how to make this film is with love and great care. And I'm honored today. So ungrateful for the opportunity interested by the state, so the state reached out to her to make films. She of course, has a background in documentary before she made Selma. And and yet, I think this is really exciting. So they've opened up archives. They've they've got recording unreleased material. They've set up interviews. He apparently talked to her himself before he died about collaborating on something. So it just seems pretty exciting. But yeah, prince documentaries go to be a good news. That's quota. That's to have some stories how exciting very as well. A finally going around in movie news section by saying that it is new empire time than you issue. Empire is out. Now, it's on sale in all good and evil news agent and of digitally as well on the ipad. And it is a crack issue a cracking issue. It is a knows we move ember, but it's a review of the year issue and eight features a corny copious of incredible content as so it's basically down our films of the year. We have extraordinary access inside we interviewed Emily blunt and John Crace Inskeep. About a quiet place together together, Tom Cruise and crystal quarry together about.

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"nick frost" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"nick frost" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"I love your story Helen about going to see flash Gordon house and Brian blessed being in the audience his lines along with himself on the screen one of the funniest images. He wasn't a new audience. One hundred miles away. Just hear him. Yeah. I'm on board for this. I I like flash Gordon. I love it. But I I kind of I'm glad exists. And when I cut you on TV, I'm I'm always amused by it. It's completely unique. I think anything else like it. Track is amazing. Listen, I'm not a big fan of the Michael just film. But there's a really good chance. This one could be good. If you cast Robert Downey junior as flash, Gordon, right? Chris Hemsworth is flash Gordon, and Anna Kendrick as Ming mercy. This then you have yourselves this this Hollywood friends, you have yourself one ticket sold. One ticket soul. David Williams dressed up last night as minimus list. Famous people. They did a Halloween screening of shown of the debt and down to the BI. And he he was interviewing at girl on stage. And they both dressed up in Louima gear. What's at was kind of fish vampire as far as I can see it was Okay. based. Oh, yeah. Yeah. It looks very what we show is. It might be something specific. But it was very shaped his Biddle. The trial of the Chicago Seven let me just mentioned quickly. Yes has been in development limbo for a very long time. I think Steven Spielberg was trying to get made at one point Aaron Sorkin is onto right at he is now set up to direct as well. An Eddie red vein is apparently not in talks to star. This is the nineteen sixty nine trial of you. Guessed it seven defendants charged with conspiracy by the federal government from contra culture protests against I think in in nineteen sixty eight so it it was very very big news at the time, it seems very timely nine the theme of protests against a US government. That is maybe not doing the right thing. Sasha baron. Cohen is party near a deal to play ABBIE. Hoffman and read main would be Tom Hayden. Who was the co finder of the students for a democratic society SDS, which was the leader of the protests. So yes, fingers crossed for that game. Possibly be the molly's game. Sorry, I James is near. I have to do this star masterpiece. I really enjoyed the three star there. Yeah. I've just got one one more thing to to kind of wrap this up with unless you have the most I've got two more things. Go. I'm not sure you're gonna be out of this. It's a short one Keith lemon dressed up as venom night. Okay. Jensen Eichel's dressed up as the red hood. That was pretty cool. I love Jensen ankles who of course, play Sam Ordine on supernatural. My sister's voice, the red hood in the best Batman film. Did he know which is one of the best films? Backdrop, okay. My sister's over from Northern Ireland and turns out she's a massive supernatural fund. So go so up getting it from both ends so to speak Kenneth Brown, while we have been faffing around here, podcasts, and magazines and the like Kenneth Branagh has been making a film entirely in secret. You heard about this? So he's made a film in which he plays William. Shakespeare, it's called all is true. And it's going to be coming out in the states in December. So you'd imagine it'll come out around here in here round. But the same time January every we knew that he was working on artists foul, the the own culture books. We knew he was working in that. We know he's prepping for death on the Nile where he returns pyro that was pushed back a year. But I wonder if to work on that. Now, he's made this movie in secret with an incredible cast Judi Dench plays Anne Hathaway, McKellen airless Hampton, who Shakespeare followers will know was a interesting figure of fiddle figure in Shakespeare's life. I'm excited by Liz written by Ben Elton. And this is a who if anyone doesn't if you don't want upstart crow, really funny. It's a sitcom David Mitchell stars Shakespeare Benneton wrote it very blackout arrests. But really, really good. And this is a much more serious tomato takes Shakespeare returning to for plenty of enough..

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"nick frost" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"nick frost" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Doctor strange for Halloween. Just seen it. Let me say. Let's see I still like the has tweeted FA to- of himself wearing a Cape and. Doing all kinds of sort of sorcery, but another famous people dressing up stuff news, Henry Cavill was this week revealed in his role in the Witcher. He plays out of revere. How you pronounce it Jared out ic-? Gary, gary. Helen, I feel that you may know more you may have more sort of Riviera. Jimbo, adam. I haven't I haven't read these books. Yeah. Although I do plan to before the show comes out. A week one that he looks bit anime long. So if you haven't seen a few silver hair haven't seen this lustrous leg alas style. Yes. And he's wearing a kind of leather jerkin. He's like he's like leg Lassus, slightly Goethe, brother. Yes. But but much bigger did you see the video as well? I just a still image it. There's also a video of him drinking a potion suppose, he walks towards the camera. He looks into the camera. He lifts a file of potion, and he drinks, and is the video, and it was it was quite moving. When I saw it on the train this morning, quite a reaction to this video. I just I don't know much about this project, but I'm on board based on that clip the which was originally series of books, then it was a video game and is now a TV series. And yeah, it's cool sorcery, and it's dark magic and Princess in trouble. And out of Riviera and that's about all, I know. But yeah, intrigued is shooting in Hungary, think somewhere in eastern Europe right now there is the ripostes being drunk right now eight part series. Maybe the first of many, I think is interesting Cavill has signed up for this because after mission impossible fallout. He was hotter than hot and rather than than parley into a movie career, perhaps starting remake from page. He instead decided to go because he's huge gamer and he's. And a huge gamer, and but that's the thing. I think this is a passion project. I remember empire woods maybe four years ago. Well, so he came to the empire awards, and he was the party's standing by the ball. And I remember. He's talking about his favorite RPG videogames. He's incredibly nerdy. And you just don't expect it remember when we did that we'd interview with him on the podcast for Justice league where he couldn't say he was in the film, and we couldn't ask him if he's in the film, and we ended up just talking about his favorite so fancy videogames. But he some he's he's he's delightfully nerdy. I'd say remember he described his setup to us not in the sex way. But in the way that he plays video games gaming setup. He described it to us in you, and I were lost instantly. We were he his kind of the mainframe hat and. Yeah, yeah. But he's. Yeah. He's so I think you'll be taking this very seriously. I think you'll he'll know lot about that potion. Speaking of TV news, and we were also speak Terry pressure there. We were the watch is getting a TV show. It's could be an eight part thriller for BBC America. Apparently. And this is enormous exciting news because I think pressure is borderline on the dapple. But I think one of the more dapple bits is the watch and the stories which center on sometime, I'll Holik captain sign vines who is in charge of the Nightwatch of the city, which is sort of the drags of the police service of pork, which is the sort of giant metropolis that that forms the heart of the discworld, and he's in charge of a city that is full of as well humans. Trolls goblins dwarves who are traditionally at war with the trolls, you know, from Pires the dead everybody and has to kind of try and keep peace among them. All he starts out with the very small team in the books is joined by. By the roic, captain carrot who is possibly the destined king of pork. But never actually takes his throne becomes a policeman. Instead he's been raised dwarf. So even though he's six something. He he basically should look like Henry Cavill is that's but he considers himself very much dwarf. Okay..

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"nick frost" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"nick frost" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"You already have enough films where you have like sixty something C sixty fifty late fifties as. As right. There's already enough of those my God you bloody ages. I think, you know, so many think you work with them for so long, and then they just reveal the tree colors on a podcast. This is this is one of my things, I think genuinely I actually think women as a rule should never date older men. Finish us. It. Just doom into human rights. Whom raise the human race. I think it would. It would be extremely good socially. If women never ever dated alderman heart wants one, the ones hung Helen, Helen, the normalization of Jay. And I think we would be barrel. Basically, I know it's a perfectly finally the point. I absolutely totally get it. But. Agents. Like, you've got some kind of angle hip. It's let's move on from him. In from his marvel, misery. I mean, we've all wrong. Those movies aren't playing. Little he's going on a voyage. It's all good. Yeah. He's perfectly happy alongside Anna Kendrick. I believe one remake that has been remade county that should be remade again. And okay. The thing was a bad example. I will grant you that. That's that's totally fine. The thing is a bad example because the thing is a perfect movie board. I meant was that. The Arctic is always creepy. It's always cool setting, and you can do a lot even these days with percents of progressed beyond but robot did by ninety one eighty two. So that's cool. But also, I think you can make it more. We're in ferry darkened dangerous times, lots of paranoia in the world and about the environment. And the, you know, the the ice is literally disappearing from us and sodas something there. There's something there that can be mined. I think and also ripped from the headlines you have people going nuts in the Arctic avenue in stubbing their colleagues because they keep giving away the ending of books quite reasonably. People seven their colleagues. We probably shouldn't talk about this spoke has no we shouldn't he in Siberia contracted anthrax from thawed out body from like one hundred years ago. Wow. Really? So it is kinda happening. Also, a scientist did you see this scientists injected himself with like three million-year-old bacteria just to see what would happen. Swarm has he note seen the thing. So. Yeah, nothing. Well, these nothing so far. What's he doing the bullet, quite that's not good science? Just sort of jetty yourself stuff. See weapons what he's saying. Okay. So what I'm saying is apart from the thing, by the way in this warm, Henry Fonda in checked himself with wasp venom to try and see how the effects heavens body and the idiot dies. Anyway. Oh, really? A movie history is ridiculous. I always thought the base where fridge right? So the base. The base of attention. Remake. I'm going to suggest is brewster's millions, and that's already a remake already a remake the Walter hill. Richard Pryor movie it was first made in nineteen twenty one. No, I tell ally. It was first started in nineteen fourteen. I knew this was it wasn't just googling this directed by Cecil b demille an Oscar Apfel, then remade again, nineteen twenty one remained again, thirty five remade again Forty-five Cecil b two mills brewster's. Incredible. Yeah. I really wanted to out now remade again. But with name change in nineteen sixty one me, Jay fury as three on a spree basket. Pretty sure of seeing this title, and then remained again, obviously in nineteen eighty five as brewster's millions Richard Pryor and John candy or the big film for me growing up. I remember loving it. Yeah. I wonder you'd have to do a bit of rewriting to make it palatable to people because we'll have no money now. And what ching somebody fritter away money, doesn't look brilliant. But this is part of the point of the film. But yeah, they would need a little bit of a node to that..

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"nick frost" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"nick frost" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"And I don't think it has been done Justice on the screen using light wasn't technology. Okay. Could be an awesome Conan. Phil interesting. Interesting. Most one was not awesome. It was not God bless Jasem Amoah who seems lovely. But no took all the fun out of it. And they took all the monsters, and the the the real pulpy kind of not silliness because the books come into quite serious on their own so thing, but now I think that could be really fun on. I don't know who plays him who would you cost as Conan to be someone? Robert Downey junior. You know, he's a he's a fast talking wisecracking barbaric. Just listen to yourself or. You know, I want you to say Rover Dynegy as Conan the Burien Robert Downey junior this straight face. Okay. He may have to work out. Okay. Muscles muscles. Why not just the large sort of bodysuit light, Michael CERA, Wesner of development, just sort of foam padding one of the main reasons why the Joe Milius the Burien is long as as is because Arnold took so long to say the twelve lines that he had. So if you give those lines to Downey, then he's going to race through them. You know, once before me, let him the women, and then he'll he'll wisecracks something about like a milkshake. And then off he goes the races. Yeah. You know? Cohen the barbarian with an A his Harry project character who is a bar Burien has survived everything thrown against him. And is now extraordinarily old, man. But he's still the toughest guy in the world. So like older than you think man could possibly be. But still able to just be everyone. I think that be a really fun history. Makes it does not need to read some Terry. You gave me like a flow chart. I still need to read some we're gonna get onto later in the past. One thing I'm gonna throw out the still which they did remake. They they not well Jonah a very early row for Jon Hamm as a scientist I into alien, which was wonderful casting Kiani was possibly not wonderful cast. It was it wasn't wonderful execute. But I think the message of the kind of the original film is really kind of good for the time. We're living in, you know, mankind fucking up and aliens coming and the way that humans react to them. And I think that's it's a topicality to it. And I think again with the the effects you can do. Now, you could have performance capture aliens and got an all kinds of stuff. I think you'll be good. All right l'idee. Hell Clottey Barada Nikko. Indeed cat open pigeons everywhere is the. The. Yeah. I'm pretty sure that's the phrase. I think the time is right for the thing to be remade again. Because the thing itself oversee is a remake of the thing from another world Christian ninety and are good jump again. Howard. You can improve on the cop two one. Because what are they going to do? They're gonna use E G for for the monster. And there's no way a CG thing will be better than the rope Oaten. Maybe there's no way. Maybe how can you improve? By making better. Oh, come on to just in a page junior. Instead of. Yes. Done junior playing all the roles therefore, Helen's age gap thing gets removed because you know, he's. Can I just say I'm going to second year? And I know we're all being progressive this wonderful. But are you really going to deny Robert Downey junior a role based on his age think carefully before you tonight? I'm good. I'm not saying he can't play a role based on his age. I am saying he can't play real opposite those actors now if you want to cast analyst Johnny or somebody in the female lead, by the way would be amazing in front page free. Make and in fact, she should play the editor in this. You get Robert Downey junior in in the hilly Johnson role that criterion. That's fine. Jacking two is normalized Asian of fast, the older man with fast, the younger women in Hollywood. But he doesn't look his age. He looks like he's. Forties, ordinarily, older move. Helen..

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"nick frost" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"nick frost" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"They need to. Who is the fastest? And you need a really sharp script, and you probably need actors who will do what Russell and Russell date, which is basically take away the script every night, and plus it, and she basically would go away match you a plus it, plus it she would make it. Plus, they resent the cut that out Pixar term, Chris among get with the program here. It's no, it's basically means you make it better. So she would basically go away with her. I think it was. Cheuse come on. You know? Dare how dare Roslyn? Russell you. Bring her in here. That's disgraceful. Those writers BUSTER balls nut script to get it as good as good possibly be. I didn't come so hoity toity actor just. Makes it better. What by saying? It by saying the words, ooh, Shakespeare her in here. Get her in here. I would love to if if that we're going to have words with this so-called Roselend Russell if that is real name. I'm actually not sure whether it was worth in here, we need to find out if that is her real name, please. So so she would basically take a punch up overnight. And and I'm basically was coming in and hard hawks would be like, so what have you got for us today and she'd deliver that magic. It was amazing. I think you need people who are going to be that sort of committed to the role little bit. And I would almost have if possible the actors working with scriptures to make sure that everybody is sharp and his focus on the on the bullets possible. This is. It is I feel like you could cost anyone from the Gilmore girls because they probably talk faster than do genuinely. Yeah. So. Yeah. Anyone from that would be fine. I mean, I do think there's a lot of very smart people in Hollywood. So you just need somebody really smart. Roles were right to. Yes. No one. If he is he needs he needs a really opinionated female screenwriter with him. Because I think he's not always great at women. So from the four star masterpiece it is molly's game. Obviously don't even get me started. But I so I would bring in somebody to work with him if he was going to okay, okay. Don't say possibly definitive nine gonna throw a couple of other things that I'm gonna throw some suggestions in real quick. Go ahead on a Kendrick fastest Welker in Hollywood. Kristen bell possibly the second. Fastest talker. In Hollywood, both very strong options. Very strong in the good place. The amount of exposition she delivers at Rydell clip and having listened to the good place upon cast. I found this incredible. Kristen bell fact. She delivers all her dialogue with a piece of bubble gum in her mouth. All times, she always has a piece of gum in her mouth. So she's doing those incredible reams of exposition presumably, I guess is to distracter or to make sure that she keeps it one title mouth. And he's always none skating because she's couple become you never see. Talking. Dine hollywood. I mean, I think pine is not a bad option actually for that. I think he would be he's because he's got that intelligence kind of comes across on screen. I know who the facets gone Hollywood is Robert Downey junior. He's too old for any of those actresses. No, I'm done. I'm not having a front page. A twenty year age gap. I'm sorry. I'm not gonna lie it I have no problem with that age gap because. No because something happens in real life. Yeah. Because it no. I just want will also she's crystals. What mid thirties? He's early. Fifties. Right. So I don't know if this answers the question because it's technically based on a series of books, but famous for film, Conan, the barbarian. There are like fifty books books, and I started reading them and they really fund great munsters..

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