17 Burst results for "Phil Tippett"

"phil tippett" Discussed on I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

05:09 min | 3 months ago

"phil tippett" Discussed on I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

"Guests for the movie. wasn't it. i said eleven. Okay sincere close. If you're talking about the book still way less than i expected. I thought there were more dinosaurs in the book than there. actually were. they were in the background. What do you mean like you were saying the vials and oh true the mentioning him but they were interacting with them. Yeah that's true so there were a lot more dire names. I think you could almost double it if you include dinosaur names on vials and museums and stuff that they went to in the book but the book is actually missing two that are in the movie. It's missing gala mimas. We talked about that with jack. Horner and phil tippett. Both i think and how they wanted to include something fast running and show that sort of ostrich likeness of the dinosaur of the dinosaur and the flocking in all that. Yeah it was great. It was a very good decision to include that and then the movie swapped in bracket source for your favorite potus which was originally in the book. I think that was also a good idea. Because that more upright posture of brackets auras. Traffic titan does play a lot better onscreen but in total of those twelve. Five of them are from the jurassic. And that's being charitable and six of them are from the cretaceous so it should still be technically if your accounting living dinosaurs cretaceous park but its way closer to being jurassic park. There's a lot more jurassic stuff happening. And in case you're curious there's the one from the triassic procam snapface then five from the drastic. The four that are missing are stegosaurus. A potus and dry sorus. And i'm giving them the benefit of the doubt there because they refer to it as a dry sore. And i'm assuming it's dry sorace. If it's some other driest or it could be from the cretaceous because they span the jurassic cretaceous boundary and also off nelia thrown in a unusual one there The cretaceous there are six dinosaurs. Missing y'all minus. Oh also missing pariser office others to missing from the cretaceous which are in the movie but not in the book but there are three in the book that aren't in the movie so there's the hip salafi dont also known as hip sees. Everybody talks about copies. Nobody ever talks about the hippies so really weird bounds weird. Sounds like hippies. But it's also just hips. A is a strange name. But i mean saying hip salafi. Dance is kind of awkward so i could see why they went with. Abc's also maya sora not too surprising since they were originally supposed to be in the egg mountain area. Where maya sores from. It's kind of weird. That they didn't include that in the movie since supposedly that was where they were getting a lot of stuff from also micro sarus which is a weird choice because that is a wasp they probably mean micro ceratops which is not a wasp that the time. It had been corrected yet. But saying that like there's a scene where they're trying to scare off or make a group of micro sarah 'tis scatter if it was wasps wouldn't work so well so yeah. It's probably microsoft tops. So in general both of them more cretaceous dinosaurs and drastic dinosaurs showed probably be called cretaceous park but the book is a little bit closer than the movie as however in both the movie and the book. The focus is almost completely on t. rex and raptors. Which are both from the cretaceous with the exception of in the book. They also talk a lot about pro komsic nafta's which is from the triassic. Hey go you average two together jurassic to really just be called mesozoic park or like dinosaur park but i think jurassic park had a better ring to it so they went with that so in the end i was actually expecting. There'd be more dinosaurs from the jurassic in the book than there were from the cretaceous but it turned out by a narrow margin. They're still more dinosaurs from the cretaceous than the drastic. And if we added you a-plus effortless in whatever version that has then it would just swing it even farther to the cretaceous. Or if the dry zora's was not address ores and some other drive or from the cretaceous. Then you've really skewed it. Even farther to cretaceous jurassic park rolls off the tongue. Better than cretaceous park or if we're just so used to saying jurassic park at this point that's a good point because what i'm thinking about the journal cretaceous research. I think that's like a fantastic title. Because i've been reading it for six or seven years now whereas if there was a journal called jurassic research which there might be weird to me because i'm always reading cretaceous research so yeah i think you're right. It's probably more familiarity than the actual value of jurassic versus cretaceous. Cretaceous really the most exciting period. It's when all like all the kyla sewers evolved all the big titanic hours. It doesn't have a potus but most of the really amazing wacky dinosaurs during the cretaceous. It's not bad or you go with the triassic or the permian or something even weirder early. Evolution gets on against brontosaurus in a popular. So i don't.

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"phil tippett" Discussed on Drawn To It

Drawn To It

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"phil tippett" Discussed on Drawn To It

"Yeah. I want to get my feedback in the water there. Have you thought about working in the animation industry as a story artist 4 concept art? No, I don't think that's nice thing. You don't think so with with your matte painting skills and Scenic painting that type of thing know, I'm I mean, I'm just a real traditional artist like paint sculpt. I'm not an engineer. I mean, I don't think about things is technically to me. It's just comes easy. It's easy. Yeah natural. I think when I stopped my hands do it honest to God that it just does yeah never think it out. Yeah, and I remember when I was interviewed by Phil Tippett I was so upset cuz I really wanted to work for him. He kept saying well, so do you understand the scale and there were yeah, I caliber everything I'm a very organic sculptor and he wanted to know that I knew this, you know, of course I would if I you know sat there but I don't know it off hand. Yeah. Yeah, and I think that lost me the the job. I wish I would have conceived. Around me too. Yeah, but now you know, it is what it is. Like I was lucky. I got to work on a lot of cool stuff with CW. I I always got called in once in a while to do like a big giant could be 20 foot by 60-foot backdrop painting for Harley Jessup violin. Oh, that'd be so Lauren. Bless. Lauren Peterson got me a couple jobs. I wished I would have pursued more and more cuz he's such a great man. And yeah and a lot of my gal Pals were in the model shop. So when I was at lucasfilm, I was a costume or I'm I'm in some babe. I might need some painting a giant thing. Right, right. It does doctors. I did the background painting of the guy that came out of the paint. That's what I'm saying. I I think you'd be amazing in the animation a street painting backgrounds and and that type of thing it it's it seems like you're a natural for it because what they look for is traditional artist phone number. A troll doing concept art or background painting all that stuff. I I really encourage you to look into it cuz it sounds like you'd be a perfect fit. Well, maybe you have some connections or you know a couple of names or for sure like for sure that it would be fine. Yeah, absolutely. I'll put you in touch with some people that who at the very least can put you in touch with even better people, you know. Yeah, so for sure cuz I mean if you if you're capable of doing a big twenty-foot Scenic painting or contributing to that then then doing background paintings for a confirmation even CGI. They there's a lot of Scenic painting and CGI 3D films and stuff to not everything is modeled. You know, it's right. Yep. Is Joe Versus the Volcano? I did two giant 20-foot by 60 feet backdrops of Skies, you know, when was beautiful to me, you know blue weapons class one was like a Sunset and all that and Mom. Yeah. I mean, I really enjoyed I was on a scissors lift with a bank Scott. Yeah. Yeah..

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"phil tippett" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule

Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"phil tippett" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule

"Bruins name was attached. All who've films and I said no, no, no man. This is epic is an epic Tale of Resurrection Got All this action. It's got a lot of humor. It's got a lot of social satire in it, but underneath it all a great, great, great, great tale, powerful tale of non ephemeral nature of the soul. They could take anything away. You know they can crucify issued off my hands. Somebody forget that image. But they cannot take the soul. No, no amount of science or violence can take away the soul. Absolutely, that was great. I mean I. Know You had to do if you work with a mime and you've got the movements down mechanical. Teams. And not only that you had to work within the framework of Robbo teen suit I. Mean it was just I, mean it was? A challenging part for you, but you really made that work really well very challenging. Teen Gifted Guy. The guy applied to make up all you know Phil. Tippett to this stop motion. What a gift is oh. Yeah, he's Great. He's great. He's been one of my guests. He's a great guy. What did you do? Is You doing CGI I now? Company's doing CGI and he's actually doing some directing as well so. A lot of. Stop, motion the grandees of stop motion animation are over. They are gone. Unfortunately, they really are gone. It's a shame. This guy's actually kind of got a little bit more for me to the front of the class. As far as my favorite characters, you played chuck Taggart and Odyssey Five. Yeah, and I'll tell you why that was. Because I think Manny Coto said during the commentary of the other the pond, the pilot. It was just like you just. Hooked into this guy and it was just like a fusion of the actor and the character, and it just became something really special, and there was just there was nobody that could tell you who chuck Taggart was like right from the jump. He knew this guy was. I really love doing that show. And directed three of the whole thing. was about that. You go back in time. You know you're conscious. Goes back in time and do a body that even have it at five years previously. So while you're trying to save the world, you are also hey, why don't I fix my life? I know what's going to happen, and then there's soon as you start. Don't pebbles into the lake. You know the ripple start going different direction, wondering amazing, sophisticated far-out show that was at a ball. Yeah, that was great and actually. I think it was one of the episodes directed. Where after your wife dies on the show and you take your car and you go out and you pick up a young girl. And I one of my favorite episodes and I pick her up Donna. Yes, yes, yeah, yeah, pick up! My wife is a young girl exactly exactly. Right during the middle of it when when you guys are having some dialogue in the car and you're talking. you start to see exactly what it is. It's like this is chuck kind of dealing with his loss of his wife, and remember the good things about her and what he loved about her initially, so I mean it's amazing. You could see that in this sci fi kinda show, but it was great. That was one of my favorites, and it was really it was really cool. I was just a great series and a great cast, and it was just a nice mix, and I was really I just watched them all on DVD and. I was just come out of DVD. Out. On DVD so it's definitely worth having it for people who haven't seen it. It's just the only special feature unfortunately is just both of you doing the commentary. For the pilot episode. Manny Coto but. That was great, and a lot of these loss was enterprises gain really because he did a great job moving over to produce that and you act you play the kind of character on enterprise, which is, it's still. Very very topical, even today you know the kind of person that securest. That diversity is not something that he can deal with you. Know and I thought that was an important voice to show that there are people like that, and not only in that world, but in this one very much so. Not Unlike the point of view of the guy and I played in twenty four. 'cause you know those guys get their point of view about how the world should go, and they may look to the masses like madman those a collection of. Folks out there on planet e, and some of them are in power. Who believe that that's the way to go? You know you got to like. Cut The from the chef and. Only the pearls you know are allowed to move on and. Boy! It's like Adolf Hitler's the only one of those guys you know there's like. Plenty of them I had a great time doing that. I did that is really no Mars to Leonard Nimoy. While to get on Star Trek I'm not really tell you big sci-fi Guy Yeah. I watch. There's a couple of SCIFI, movies. That I adored the day. They're still alive Oh. Yeah, it's classic. Yeah, there's a few others. But I don't I. Don't read a lot of sci-fi. You know I I read Philip Dick. A fan of him. But I'm not. Housing off never had Clark never remember. Read those guys. You know I I sort of admired. So find myself. Always talked about in the size you're on, you know I feel at a loss for words sometimes because. Sifi folks like Manny Coto. Are you know they quote the entire play of, are you? Are you know? It's. I feel I feel really like in basilica around the Great Sci. Fi. Find. Well you've played memorable characters, and and really the thing that you do. Is You bring a humanism to them? And that's really the can do, but that's really. That's what makes a memorable. Tell anybody, but a lot of time. sci-fi is really about the human condition, but people don't talk about that. You know it really is yes. Surrounded by a lot of sometimes pretty light bulbs and things, but essentially when you strip it all down, that's it's really trying to understand ourselves. Yeah I mean look, do androids dream electric shape is really confessions of NAT. Turner Yeah Yeah. William Styron's. Five people I mean you do? You do the Math I. Mean Five robots escape from some colony, outer space or coming back to try to find. It created them why 'cause they WANNA live. Yeah, but what are they really for freedom? They're really looking to be free. Nat Turner escapes with five slaves of the plantation. I think South Carolina is starts cutting a swath of. Murder toward the north, and you know the eighteen thirties. Nobody understood what this eighty four days. Why would he want to leave? You know never thinking. This guy wanted freedom, human condition and SCI FI as prevalent everywhere. Open the book anything over the Moon. You're gonNA find some sort of powerful correlation to or modern parallel. Antiquated parallel to human freedom. Has Great to relive that you know you get lucky with some people and I really was. This is Tony Tomato take care, and we'll see you all next time on Scifi. Kevin J Anderson and you're listening to sci-fi fi talk how you can manage your account online. Stay safe out there during congestion customers using more than fifty gigs per month may notice reduce speeds prioritization video typically at four ADP capable device required..

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"phil tippett" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"phil tippett" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"An institute and the academy of natural sciences in Philadelphia which solidified his passion for dinosaurs still there wasn't the only one after the rights to dress the part James Cameron Tim Burton Richard Donner and Joe Dante all bid for the rights with backing from Universal Studios Steven Spielberg acquired the rights to Michael Crichton's book even before the novel was published from one point five million dollars universal also paid Michael Crichton five hundred thousand dollars to write the screenplay after twenty five months of pre production filming began on August twenty fourth nineteen ninety two however three weeks into shooting a massive hurricane passed directly over the island the crew made the most of it and shot several of the storm scenes for the film and the hurricane Jurassic Park is one hundred and twenty seven minutes long the dinosaurs are only in the film for fifteen minutes Steven Spielberg was originally going to use a type of stop motion animation for the dinosaurs and will be supervised by Phil Tippett Spielberg was unhappy with the stop motions realism but Dennis Muren and island convince Spielberg that they could create photo realistic dinosaurs using C. GI Phil Tippett saw the footage and said Spielberg I think I'm extinct Spielberg love that line and threw it in the movie we're out of a job which makes staying the Phil Tippett was far from extinct he created an animatic for the T. rex a raptor scenes and skipper credited him in the film as dinosaur supervisor sound designer Gary rides from created many of the dinosaur sounds by mixing different animal noises the T. rex roar was from a walrus a baby elephant tiger and an alligator his massive footsteps were cut tree trunks crashing to the ground the raptors were dolphins walruses he's an African cranes meeting called and tortoises mating that's it for this episode of you think you know movies make sure to subscribe like us on Facebook follow us on Twitter and get the latest movie and TV news on screen crush dot com station fourteen fourteen twenty W. B. S. M. new Bedford streaming worldwide on the W. B. S. M..

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"phil tippett" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"phil tippett" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Save more lives participating locations plus tax on the time of the prices may vary for delivery I think you know Jurassic Park really spectacular spent no expense Jurassic Park budget was sixty three million dollars it was the highest grossing film of nineteen ninety three and one of the highest grossing films of all time grossing over three hundred and fifty million dollars in the U. S. and more than nine hundred million dollars worldwide as a child director Steven Spielberg visited the Franklin Institute and the academy of natural sciences of Philadelphia which solidified his passion for dinosaurs Spielberg wasn't the only one after the rights to dress the part James Cameron Tim Burton Richard Donner and Joe Dante all did for the rights with backing from Universal Studios Steven Spielberg acquired the rights to Michael Crichton's book even before the novel was published from one point five million dollars universal also pay Michael Crichton five hundred thousand dollars to write the screenplay after twenty five months of pre production filming began on August twenty fourth nineteen ninety two however three weeks into shooting a massive hurricane passed directly on the island the crew made the most of it and shot several of the storm scenes for the film in the hurricane Jurassic Park is one hundred and twenty seven minutes long the dinosaurs are only in the film for fifteen minutes Steven Spielberg was originally going to use a type of stop motion animation for the dinosaurs and will be supervised by Phil Tippett Spielberg was unhappy with the stop motions realism but Dennis Muren an island convince Spielberg that they could create photo realistic dinosaurs using CG I Phil Tippett saw the footage and said Spielberg I think I'm extinct Spielberg love that line and threw it in the movie we're out of a job which makes staying the Phil Tippett was far from extinct he created an animatic for the T. rex and raptor scenes and Spielberg credited him in the film as dinosaur supervisor sound designer Gary right from created many of the dinosaur sounds by mixing different animal noises the T. rex roar was from a walrus a baby elephant a tiger and an alligator his massive footsteps were cut tree trunks crashing to the ground the raptors were dolphins walruses he's an African crane S. mating call tortoises mating that's it for this episode of you think you.

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"phil tippett" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"phil tippett" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"K. away money the most popular thing they've ever seen yeah the most popular new products yeah that's impossible five forty five thanks bad time for sports now my crisis standing by Monday Night Football got me all choked up tell me about it yeah it was awesome and the last of the Beaton's goes by the wayside as the Seahawks beat the forty Niners in overtime twenty seven twenty four Jason Meyers hit a forty two yard field goal on the final play of thi this after chase McLaughlin of the forty Niners Mr kick from forty seven yards out Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson threw for two hundred thirty two yards with one touchdown and one interception I think the great thing about this game for football team was just the resilience we've had it all year we've been I think the toughest team in terms of a resilience all year my opinion I think that how we stay courage how we stay focused I would just keep that have the faith and keep believing that grates gonna happen yeah some great happen last night's Seahawks go to eight and two well the forty Niners slip to eight and one Jamaica Rapallo threw for two forty eight with one scored one pick for the forty Niners each defense scored a touchdown it lived up to the hype for sure Broncos got back together yesterday after the bite they'll be on the practice field today quarterback drew lock will be among those practicing as he returns from injured reserve he hurt his thumb in the pre season but it's just now coming back head coach Rick Fangio says lock is in line to get some reps in practices trying him as many as we can you know some of that will be scout team to remember this guy hadn't taken the snap and then in a huddle since middle of August or early August Broncos at the road for for the next five starting Sunday in Minnesota baseball rookies of the year revealed no surprises really Mets first baseman Pete Alonso wins in the N. L. Yordan Alvarez of the Astros is the American League winner nuggets home tonight to the hawks Phil Tippett seven am certified game roadie at Winnipeg tonight at six that sports okay away the home of the Broncos bus and Rockies.

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"phil tippett" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

Full Cast And Crew

09:37 min | 2 years ago

"phil tippett" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

"Detroit, the near future officer. Just partner and Lewis by Derince, the decaying city of the criminal element, which invests after being mortally in the line of duty officer. Murphy is outfitted by OC fee, just say, like in the line of duty was mortally wounded, and they sort of cut away before. What that actually men plays out so Peter Weller was in RoboCop one and RoboCop chew but not in RoboCop three. Right. And that's where he was replaced by what's his name? Johnny burke. I didn't get this far in because I just returned from Los Angeles yesterday morning, I would've definitely looked for the articles that explain why he wasn't in robocup three but maybe you can explain it, and it was Robert, John Burke. Excuse me, Robert. He just didn't wanna do it had enough. But I did see three films at the same time as naked lunch now, whether it was a conflict, but it can also be like, no, I've made my money. I don't want to get back in that frigging suit, which is painful and that Cup is nineteen ninety Ryanair lunch came out in nineteen ninety one you could certainly imagine saying, you know what I'm gonna do this David Kronenbourg adaptation of a classic William Burroughs novel instead of putting myself through the abject. Hell that apparently the RoboCop shoot certainly was for everyone involved and particularly. Peter Weller who man, it'd be hard to pick an actor who conveys as much of the humanity of Murphy. And as the RoboCop as relatives. I mean, they kind of joke a little bit in the feature that they basically picked him because he had a strong jaw. They knew that, that would be the only portion of his face, you would see in the robocup costume put it an expressive lower half of his. Yes. And also, the right lies body type for the suit, which parallel he would drop two to three pounds of water weight a day when they were filming some of the scenes taking place in Pittsburgh. Ironically, since we just did another move lambs shot in Pittsburgh, which was like, in the middle of some crazy, heat wave. And so inside it was supposed to be the sound. This is like one of those apocryphal a really one hundred thirty degrees. I, I don't know. Is that like the temperature of the sun? The sun doesn't get quite that hot. The sun is like boiling water basically, not much where oh, listen. I don't know if I ever told you, you know, I had some experience with boiling water. If you months ago, let's not get back into this, you know what you could have your arm replay. I like peer Weller did I wanted to play a clip of that scene? I love all the scenes where they're altering Murphy's body. This is a really well directed move. Yeah. I came away. So impressed. It's so funny. How Paul Verhoeven you never made a movie as good as this again. No sharp and satirical and smart as this again recalls. Very good move. Yeah. But Darsur troopers is also quite like there's a lot going on there, but it doesn't necessarily, I think, were quite as well, because it's not as sharp of his satire starship troopers to me is the scifi equivalent in his reinvention est history of showgirls. He's trying to also say that, that was supposed to be a satire. I didn't really get that when I saw it only saw when it came out in the theater. Yeah, but I mean I, I also saw it when it came out. Yeah. Nineteen ninety-seven. And I think I was tuned knowing that it was supposed to be exaggerated. And one thing that I find, and I wish I could think of other examples. Right. It was the only move that I've ever heard of that deliberately was trying to undermine the source material starship troopers was. Written by Robert Heinlein, who I'm sure he's a perfectly nice man in some ways, but had some sort of militaristic tendencies, and that book really reflected that, and according to open, and I did see it when watching the movie, but again maybe I was just primed he was undermining that. And talking about the threat of it by zagging showing the like amped up shock troops gung, ho on destruction was a commentary on, like militaristic might because the good guys are sort of getting think Neil, Patrick Harris plays, one of the good guys on one of the more militaristic, but he's like a scientists and he starts dressing more and more like a not people love it. I have to see the gin, it struck me always kind of, like not enough. A one and too much of the other not as sharp as this. Well, yeah, I think there are a lot of privatization commercialization. Those are kind of real world of rubber hits the road to talk about fascism. It gets a little bit, too theory. And so the differences between when you're satirize when you're just doing, like a huge action movie can be harder to, to see also his career is such. A great example that more doesn't always mean better. Might as he got more Resources Defense did not match the quality that they had when he was forced to make do with less. This is not a big budget. Movie hell Ray Harry house, and have shot the scenes of the Ed to ninety the stop motion animation, which is jarring to look at now for nineteen eighty-seven. I mean shit Star Wars looks better than that. The special effects by rob teen. Who did the sued the stop motion stuff was done by another special effects guy? And he said that he didn't have the budget to do like proper stop motion like blue screen stop. They were doing it on little sets. So the scene at the end of the movie where the two ninety can't navigate stairs and falls down. They showed the little stairs that they made in the four four Paul model. But it looks Janke or boogie d is actually an industry term that I learned from my friend, Jason kudos, and that just means crappy and cheap looking in the special effects community boogied. Now it's become a more widely used Herm for Janki, special effects, but it's a ridge, it'll use was things that looked really rubbery and fake. I think I was trying to make fun of you the other day because you are on Twitter lamenting, the cancellation of pretty bad television series, swamping, you seen it, they've only released one, a one half of one which was all I needed to see to know that it was really bad and that was completely Bundi terrible that monster sitting up in the in the morgue saw, like rubber parts hanging off of him it look terrible drill good fill ticketed, stop motion. Speaking of Phil Tippett friend of the pod, and full cast and crew special effects v-f X consultant Jason kudos texts me, this interesting nugget, he said that Phyllis supposed to do the stop motion for the first drastic park film, which as you recall was the first big CGI movie, and that he went in and saw, quote, let the computer guys were coming up with and literally almost died from an existential. Crisis because his entire skill set was so clearly obsolete literally when you hear about, like silent movie actors the first time you see a movie with sound like fuck Ed to ninety s boogie. The robo cop outfit is actually it looks fairly simple. And he moves in it great. But when you read about and watch all the shit, they went through to get there. Rob O team making brilliant suit. I'm sure you read, and I think it was also in the documentary when they talked about the saga of the design to make it bigger and better Adan. More things at different influences everybody. Why two cents like you see Robotech do something like this voting two semi patiently, wait for them to go through all this until they came back and realize it's great for, who've been Bruins me a lot of Terry Gilliam. Yeah. He's a very funny manner of telling stories kind of against himself. But that really O tells him this is why it has to be this way, rubber teen actually did all the thinking that he's supposed to do. And then very in that story is like I threw away fifty percent of everything that was good. And I didn't realize until much later than we needed to return to the original as a gay. You didn't listen to the guy you hire do the job. And then he says the same thing later about something else related to this Peter Weller Peter out, because he's like guy didn't get a chance to practice in this frigging suit. Right. So they were behind, and they show up on the day. They're gonna shoot the first suit shots. And none of what Perello has prepared with his motion guy is applicable anymore because, hey, here's the new suit, which takes seven hours to get into and getting justed. And he's like, Paul. I can't do it can't move. I don't know how to move in the suit, it's not gonna work out all, and that's the second story where he's like I realized I did a great disservice. You know that now thirty years later, so he says he looked crazy on the sets. I mean, what do you watch him directing a director is a force of nature, which propels a set of circumstances and group of people forward, not necessarily because they know what they're doing just because they have the ability to say, let's go, we'll figure it out on the way there's a rhetoric you have to use Ben. You have to have a certain amount of understanding verners, I was talking specifically about the beginning Aguirre, wrath of God. You. He's describing these, you're gonna see on this on this glacier, hundreds of people's zigzagging, and you have this long shot, and you spend twenty minutes watching these hundreds of people, and I'm not going to compromise. No compass said, went up to do some cameras on that glacier, and I started getting a nose bleed and the camera like collapse. And he's like, okay, so we have to scale it back a little bit instead. It's also a very impressive shot coming up. But there's no snow. There is, you know, maybe one hundred people or whatever. But it's yes, of course you have to talk a big game about not compromising, but you have to have enough human understanding to know when to come to combine Mayes. And it seems to me like Paul Verhoeven learned that a little late maybe if at all. Well, Chris, in the words of the great Kenny Rogers, you gotta, no one to hold them. And you gotta know when to fold them that's really going to card game tonight. I'm gonna that's Kenny Rogers. I think he's having some difficulties right? Yes. Wasn't he is he hospitalized? Why don't we go to one of our sponsors? We have a set of new sponsors tonight. Brought to us by our corporate overlord corporate. Supporters Durance patrons is a good one. Yeah. And the first is a wonderful company doing great work. Chris, this is the family heart center. Is it time.

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"phil tippett" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"phil tippett" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Funniest thing. Original rated Stephen needed to get this other shot showing somebody was tailing Harrison in the in the Tri motor airplane. Go the point being the story. And they were I don't know how we're got up at someone looked at me and said, you're the one. We're gonna you got a part in the movie. What what? Okay. So we didn't actually enrichment which is only seven miles across the bay from where we were working, but the Tri motor was there and it couldn't fly. But it's where they're storing it so we went over there even came up, and you know, the whole crew and everything small crew, and we shot it in in a morning over there. And it was strangest experience the beyond the other side of the camera with everybody's looking at you. And you wanna what do I look wrong my wrong? But they're looking at, you know, the shadow of your nose on your cheek or something like that. Your hair or head the right half, the right way and stuff like that you have warranty neat. You have mobile warmth for the notch. She's now. Played hitler. I don't quite yet. I have to soften that. I don't think I'm ever gonna quite. I want to throw I didn't even know I was supposed to be a Nazi. He. Probably would've said no way. How about this question? This is interesting from my our friend, Mike Herman does Dennis think motion capture performers like Andy circus should be eligible for kademi award nominations. That's a lotta question. That's a lotta question. I think it's you know, sort of I don't have an answer for it. I think what they do is so important to get the right attitude, and so much of the detail. I it's just different. You know, I think some of the people are thinking about doing special awards that may be the way to to treat that you know. But they it's so important how about this one from Ray Garton dragon slayer was a big leap forward for Disney. What were some of the groundbreaking effects Dennis pulled off on that movie? Any I for one thing. Very realistic dragon. Yeah. Right. Right. I was we we had a shocker after Empire Strikes Back that we had a preview in a lot of the cards came back. People did not like that Taunton creature. They thought look fake the two legged creature on the we thought it looked. Bula? So so I started questioning my own wisdom is the am. I seeing at the way the public seeing realize, well, maybe I'm not maybe we should try something different on dragon slayer. I'm actually thinking of trying it as rod puppets, you know, with puppets with rods below it. And as a model, but people would move it in real time. But Phil Tippett said, no, no straight. Let's go beyond. Let's do it actually with all the Motors like we do motion control and do it that way..

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"phil tippett" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"phil tippett" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Was originally going to use a type of stop motion animation for the dinosaurs. And we'll be supervised by Phil Tippett Spielberg was unhappy with the stop motions realism, but Dennis Mirren in island convinced Gilbert that they could create photo realistic dinosaurs using CGI Phil Tippett's saw the footage and said to Spielberg I think I'm extinct Spielberg love that line and threw it in the movie where out of a job mean extinct, fulfill. It was far from extinct. He created an antibiotic for the T Rex and raptor scenes and Spielberg credited him in the film as dinosaur. Supervisor sound designer Gary rostrum created many of the dinosaur. Sounds by mixing different animal noises. The t Rex roar risk from walrus baby elephant tiger and analogous. His massive footsteps were cut tree trunks crashing to the ground. The raptors were dolphins walruses keys, an African cranes meeting. Call and tortoises meeting. That's it for this episode of you think, you know movies. Make sure to subscribe like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and get the latest movie and TV news on screencrush dot com. Life is full of bittersweet transitions. It's difficult to know how these changes will impact us over time. For some people difficult transitions like retirement divorce or loss of a loved one can hit harder than expected. And make tribute to feelings of hopelessness or even thoughts of suicide. The risk of suicide is even higher for men over fifty who served our country. Guys like me. That's why support from friends and family make such a big difference. Every day. Actions could help save a life. Together, we got this. Learn how you can help save a life veterans crisis line dot net. Muslim my family. They never graduated high school or even let alone that a college. So we're trying to break that barrier. My daughter Brooklyn was also motivation for me to go back to school every day after work. Straight to school studied hard. And.

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"phil tippett" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"phil tippett" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Footage and said to Spielberg I think I'm extinct Spielberg love that line and threw it in the movie where out of a job. Don't you mean extinct, but Phil Tippett was far from extinct. He created an antibiotic for the T Rex raptor scenes and stillbirth credited him in the film as dinosaur. Supervisor sound designer Gary rostrum created many of the dinosaur. Sounds by mixing different animal noises. The T Rex roar was from walrus a baby elephant tiger and analogous. His massive footsteps were cut tree trunks crashing to the ground. The raptors were dolphins walruses keys and African cranes meeting. Call and tortoises meeting. That's it for this episode of you think, you know movies. Make sure to subscribe like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and get the latest movie and TV news on screencrush dot com. Nine oh four now. New Jersey one on one point five fast, traffic, pretty nice and quiet on the turnpike. And on the Parkway to eighty seven also all in good shape. And this tends to be a pretty light construction week. So we are probably going to see some lane closures at some point. But right now things are moving along pretty nice. They just met everywhere across the Hudson. GW Lincoln, Holland, leaving New Jersey, everything in good shape in and out of Staten Island crossing the Delaware. Not seeing any delays traffic every fifteen minutes next report at nine eighteen image Tarez on New Jersey. One a one point five New Jersey one zero one point five news time nine zero five. Nine. New Jersey one.

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"phil tippett" Discussed on The Futur

The Futur

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"phil tippett" Discussed on The Futur

"Maybe the editor and George the director right may never thought about what was wrong with the shot. Like when they put the. Shot up in that was the first passed. It was like this is as good as we can do every set around thinking as a team. What can we do to make it better? How can I make this better with time? I have left right. That was when everything was analog. That's when everything was hand done. That was when there are few people who knew exactly how to do it or they didn't know and they're making up as they went, right? No one was an expert fast forward. Twenty five thirty years later, Phil Tippett's in a room as of yet supervisor running team full of visual effects people. And now, he's actually not the supervisor that's in charge. There's a FX supervisor for the show. That's basically owned by the production company. That's basic paid by the team of people putting together the studio and he comes in and he has a little red laser. And he says that's wrong. That's wrong. Why does that look like that? And then ask the director is that how you wanted it to look and a lot of times on these films. Nobody knows what anythings supposed to look like it's being made up as you go. But because it's digital anything can be changed. Everything's possible. And everything subjective. And now because I'm owned by the studio around pain by the studio. It's a competition. It's a competition. Look what I could see that was broken. Look see that was wrong. So there's infinite problems there's infant amount of fixes, and basically you just run out of time. But it's nonstop shots never done and there's fifteen hundred shots to get done. So all you do is you add more people. You do it for whatever you can get done for you can't get change orders. So essentially, it's really interesting Phil Tippett's that he really got tired of the industry when he went from being like, a a trusted partner and an artist and basic turn into a person that was moving furniture around the room every day, MS based just take this move it here that doesn't look good make it bigger. Can you buff the floors a little bit, wait? Now, it wasn't supposed to be shiny Dolan down. And that's what a lot of these guys kinda just faced out. So you have these three groups of people in the kind of time line, and none of them kind of agree on what they want. None of them can be unionized. None of them. There's so much apathy. Or just honestly Simon apathy. There's just so much. Just exhaustion. I hear you. It's when the conditions are set up there few buyers, and there are many sellers and the sellers almost like Russian to volunteer to do things that are at or below cost. It seems like there's no way out of this system. But I think there are people just need to be more creative. I think the thing that you were talking about is this whole scarcity an abundance mindset, if we feel like whenever good enough or there's not another opportunity to say, no one time than we're going to see this perpetuate forever. I long as many people will jump into ship as people are getting out the industry will continue on as it is. Now, I don't believe there's going to be a benevolent studio. One day that's going to say, hey, seems wrong. There's just start unionizing project because there's not enough pressure from the public because I imagine that people listening to this right now thinking while people in the industry to work on amazing projects to get to brag about the projects. They work on some Amash get their Their name. name on the screen. They're getting paid six figures and above I'm here digging a ditch will you got to be complaining about this is not some kind of travesty, right, right? But if we look at it as a whole there is some lopsided things that can be changed. Now. I want to submit to thoughts for you to think about and maybe but on one is I saw net. Flicks come out of nothing. Really? They were just looking at a pain point that users were having with driving to blockbuster to renovate that may or may not be in stock dealing with a pretty high fee to to watch that video and if they were late getting pretty heavy price. And they thought let's cut all that out..

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"phil tippett" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"phil tippett" Discussed on /Film Daily

"That if you're a parent out there listening and you have a kid who is just sort of on the cusp of really getting into an interested in the way that films are made this is a really great book to get for them because it starts out by sort of fining a lot of the typical terms that you would expect a need to know things like visual effects and production production just like the the basics basically it's sort of goes through in like gives you a good groundwork if you've never heard of a read any books or done any sort of digging into how movies get put together this book does a really good job of laying out in the whole thing is basically it takes you movie by movie through all of the star wars films and concentrates on as the title indicates creatures aliens and how they were made so there's a lot of behind the scenes photos and you know digital models and and cool stuff like that they have these little one of the big sort of selling points of the book is that has in addition to just like the normal text and images you would find in a normal book also has like flip up areas where he can sort of see the same image and if you flip up the the image almost like a pop up book kind of thing you'll see a second image where it's like halfway through the process and if you flip that up than you'll see the very first version of that particular creature or something like that so there are a little concept art books that are like built into it where you can flip through in see art from guys like joe johnston all sorts of sorts of people who worked on these movies there's a bunch of behind the scenes photos of like dennis muren and phil tippett and people that like we probably know about because we've been writing about them for years but you know younger viewers and readers probably don't know who these guys are at that stage in their movie development but this is a really introduction to them because it really goes indepth in terms of like how all of.

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"phil tippett" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"phil tippett" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"So their names to us are bogus and scrimp and if you look at the two characters one is a green guy who has a giant bulb and one eye and then the other is a character with who's red and pink in who has multiple arms in has like these two little i things and that is scrimp this blows my mind because if you back that kickstarter and you got those those maquette s and they were listed as original designs at work in star wars canon now the film suddenly they are so words can and you have star wars care more valuable than bitcoin mike and if you've got them they were all signed by phil tippett and john berg when we sent them out they were all signed and so it's great that you can have that piece of history so cool so they're on the chess board and then chewbacca has a bad move and hits the board and then they flicker and they go away and i guess they're lost to history that is that is the story line that a lot of people wondered if anybody would pick up on that because you know how do you insert them into a prequel and explain why they wouldn't then be there in future movies so the the idea is you see chewbacca gets really frustrated yes and he hits the table and they twitch and then they disappear of the story line is they were lost forever after his outburst harrelson becca who's playing he says just holograms yep.

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"phil tippett" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"phil tippett" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"I love karelya did you did you like the imperial recruiting station that was one of the big sets have three hundred extras humane were were solo gets his last name yes what what my favorite part of that is this imperial video that plays in the background it's recruiting video and it's they're playing the imperial march in nineteen forties band style as like old war to recruit novice big banners that are hey look like nineteen forty like we need you love that was greg textra layer right so in the where this movie takes place in the star wars canon the cyz before up four after this is the formation of the empire they're building the ships building the star destroyers they're building the empty the crew of the army to be stormtroopers right they don't really have the them higher that story at so yeah then there occupying countries are worlds so on in that set you see the banners and it's funny to think of john williams imperial march as canon in world now right which is thing to be canon and world but also behi were hon hides what he's afraid team he feels real fear it's a modem desperation you see the backdrop of that subway you see the these very russian propaganda art which is like a celebrating the shipyards of karelya so you have that layer carello feel felt like you know communist russia it did yeah can i say you mentioned john williams so actually saw this movie with phil tippett and his when his first comments when we left was i was so happy that they didn't overplay the john williams theme he's i mean obviously he's been working on these movies around these movies for a big chunk of his life now but he saying i'm so sick of that i'm glad that they did something different that they didn't shove it on your don't even hear it until halfway through the phil tackle.

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"phil tippett" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast

The Cracked Podcast

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"phil tippett" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast

"Right like what does that really sounds like a hot night or something i don't even understand what it could be unless it's him being chased by samis which was a john landis video i think i think john lab is maybe because i i think you're right that video they kind of just hand picked the best hollywood people tells us speaks to how good stan winston was because they were like we get the best guy in a tim you know i think he loved if i'm remembering this right i think he loved american werewolf in paris yeah john landis directed him yeah he loved american werewolf in paris and that was what was his influence for thriller and then when it came time to make video he's like well let's just get the guy right and then i think landes brought in stan winston goods i guess so yeah that song to like it i remember hearing monster mash as a kid oh yeah what was how's that saying is this just like a comedy short or something i don't get it then thriller i was like this is also some kind of novelty yeah something weird al song that but the video made it very credible in right it made it yeah yeah it change music video forever like you said yeah and vincent price entry vincent price in an intro outgrow yes get him get him and and also speaking of hollywood affects and creatures and stuff there's two guys here dennis moran and phil tippett both of them were visual effects artists who worked on everything and then also kinda survived and pushed the transition to computers because they dennis moran his first big job was all three original star wars movies he was basically broke basically going to leave hollywood the first star wars came along he did the first finnish effect shot in the movie which is the death star trench that they fly into and then there's a cannon shooting up.

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"phil tippett" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"phil tippett" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

"Okay i watch i watch i will okay i promise there's a sequence they show the world with paddington and then they show the world without like harry in it's wonderful life think about shaun of the dead and hot fuzz it's the same kind of british comedy very very well done all right it's a lovely film okay go watch paddington do i can't help but notice there's something sitting on the table i wanna talk about it's it's it's the robot from paddington to that halen that's that's cane he is the villain from robocup to the best book that is a casting of what of the stop motion models that is was a gift to me from phil tippett it is one of my favorite possessions since lowering and when i it's all resin right or sorry when when phil gave it to me it was almost all just resin and it didn't stand on its own because the resins just not strong enough this this is a puppet in which it's a stopmold puppet in which every joint is pretty much visible but there's hunters to over two hundred parts in this so when i first got it i actually paid one of the machinists from tippett's studio to build parts of the legs so it could stand on its own and that got it about eighty percent there and then over the last couple of weeks i brought in brett fox well a wonderful machinist who also works at tippett he made the armature for the force awakens puppets jeffrey for the just oh yes so brett is wonderful and he spent a couple of weeks in my shop putting more parts indicate this is one of those off camera things that's like going on the back burner and my shop all the we heard it a couple of weeks ago what's that we heard.

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"phil tippett" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"phil tippett" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"Okay i watch i watch i will okay i promise there's a sequence they show the world with paddington and then they show the world without like harry in it's wonderful life think about shaun of the dead and hot fuzz it's the same kind of british comedy very very well done all right it's a lovely film okay go watch paddington do i can't help but notice there's something sitting on the table i wanna talk about it's it's it's the robot from paddington to that halen that's that's cane he is the villain from robocup to the best book that is a casting of what of the stop motion models that is was a gift to me from phil tippett it is one of my favorite possessions since lowering and when i it's all resin right or sorry when when phil gave it to me it was almost all just resin and it didn't stand on its own because the resins just not strong enough this this is a puppet in which it's a stopmold puppet in which every joint is pretty much visible but there's hunters to over two hundred parts in this so when i first got it i actually paid one of the machinists from tippett's studio to build parts of the legs so it could stand on its own and that got it about eighty percent there and then over the last couple of weeks i brought in brett fox well a wonderful machinist who also works at tippett he made the armature for the force awakens puppets jeffrey for the just oh yes so brett is wonderful and he spent a couple of weeks in my shop putting more parts indicate this is one of those off camera things that's like going on the back burner and my shop all the we heard it a couple of weeks ago what's that we heard.

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