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"pierce brosnan" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:39 min | Last month

"pierce brosnan" Discussed on WTOP

"It's 6 11, there is a superhero blockbuster out this weekend. I was a slave until I died. Then I was report a gun. But Black Adam is actually a mixed bag. I talked about it with cuya P of nerds rule the world. Yes, John, this weekend, Black Adam is here. One of the most interesting characters of all of the DC Comics universe is he a hero? Is he a bad guy? A little bit of both. If you will, if you've read the comics, but yes, The Rock, AKA Dwayne Johnson is bringing this dynamic character to life along with a stellar cast, I must say, we have hawkman, played by Aldous Hodge. Who I met at San Diego Comic-Con by the way, and is a great guy. Aldis Hodge plays hawkman. We have doctor fate played by 007 himself, Pierce Brosnan, amazing actor that all of us know. We have a young actor in Noah centino playing the Adam smasher as well as quintessa swindell as cyclone and for those paying attention and are also DC Comics fans. You'll know that those characters are part of the justice society of America, not the JLA, the Justice League of America, but the justice society of America that a lot of hardcore D.C. comic fans have always wanted to see brought to the screen. So yes, these characters are now on the big screen and it's here. It's everywhere y'all. It's gonna be the biggest film you're gonna be hearing about all this weekend. It's has some of the most amazing CGI you'll ever see. They really dialed it up. There's a lot of moments of just eye candy that you'll just want to digest over and over again. A very beautiful spectacle of a film. However, if you've been tracking on these D.C. comic films, they don't always deliver it on the story. And so I will say having seen it, I really enjoy the spectacle of it. I love The Rock. I love Dwayne Johnson, but the story was a little bit hollow for me. There's some character development here and there, but for the most part, it's all about just giving you eye popping visuals, which they do deliver. So if it's a scale of I'm looking for a film with eye popping visuals, it's a 9, ten, but if you're also looking for a film with story, it's on a two three, if you will. So Black Adam, though, is here. If you want any of that, check it out, 'cause everyone is gonna be talking about it. That's cool you have nerds rule the world on Skype. Coming up the impact of rising mortgage rates around here. It's 6 14. Republican congressman Denver

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"pierce brosnan" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:28 min | 2 months ago

"pierce brosnan" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"That's my guy. And I played a ton of golf too. We're in Atlanta. We just had a great time and just bonded. It was no pun intended there. But we just had a handicapped 007. He'll be here a week jokes too. How does he do it volume? Is it like playing golf with Pierce Brosnan? We just had so much fun. It was just so relaxed. This guy is like, he's really in the moment all the time. All the time. He's always taking these deep breaths and he's going, live. You know, he's doing that. And I just golf course. On the golf course, little breeze everywhere. He's just always like taking deep breaths and really conscious of it and just fun. I'm not going to disclose everything, but yeah, we had a great time. She focused on his that's how he gets ready to put. No, no, it was just like in general, he's just so in the moment all the time. Okay. You know? I've rarely met people like that. They were just so aware of their surroundings so much and just like aware of his breath and how he speaks to people and he and I got real close. Well, only if there was any good quality marketing around Black Adam, I'd say that he's got a shot. I think it's got a shot. He had a rock as a superhero. I think it's going to do and really just completely objectively just watching him perform live while we're filming it DJ and all the cash really, we got along so well, but it's definitely his best work. Awesome. Dot com for dates and tickets for your tour. You're also touring as well. You're going to be right here in LA the Ford and then the Irvine improv, those are October 20th through the 23rd. San Jose improv on November. Man, you are blowing up. Congratulations to you. Thank you so much. Thank God for that teacher. What a story. She's an incredible woman, man. Well, my parents are both educators. So I grew up with teachers and that means a lot to me to hear this story like. Oh man, it means a lot to me too. I'm going back to my high school actually and you can even do it in a bunch of money. Yeah, I am. I'm going to go back to my high school, give a bunch of money to theater arts department and try to empower these kids and let them know that it's doable, you know? Here's me. I'm standing here. It's dated. You can touch me. You know that it's really achievable and you can do it too. Yeah, you can have your own show on Netflix and you can go play golf with Pierce Brosnan and you can go.

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"pierce brosnan" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:44 min | 2 months ago

"pierce brosnan" Discussed on WTOP

"Producer Michael G Wilson tells deadline you can't go too young because bonds of veteran who's been through wars and you can't skew too old. He says of 30 something works best that would rule out talk of 45 year old actor Tom Hardy and 50 year old Idris Elba. There's also been talk of Bridgerton's 34 year old Regé-Jean Page playing 007, the outgoing Daniel Craig was 38 when he took over the role from Pierce Brosnan in 2006. Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News money news at 25 and 55 after the hour what Jeff clay bother not asking you? I'm busy. The Dow is up 681 points right now. That's a two and a third percent gain. The S&P 500 Index is up. 98, that's two and a half percent. The NASDAQ's up 320 points. That's a 3% gain for the NASDAQ. Ford's electric vehicle sales in September were triple, year ago numbers, led by its Mustang Mach-E at its F one 50 lightning truck. Ford also has another big seller with the two versions of the Bronco, Bronco sales were more than double a year ago. Another 4.2 million employed Americans voluntarily quit their job in August. That's 2.7% of the total U.S. workforce, the largest increase in quitting was at hotels, bars and restaurants. Home price gains have slowed, and when compared to states, D.C. is now the slowest. CoreLogic says the median selling price in the district last month was up 2.4% from a year ago, the national average was 13 and a half percent. Jeff cable double he'll be news. Money news sponsored by trans urban tolling

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"pierce brosnan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:01 min | 7 months ago

"pierce brosnan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Hey welcome in everyone That of course is a franchise we had in mention thanks to the engineer here And there's only one James Bond Sean Connery Come on now Nothing against the Craig guy but Pierce Brosnan No not James Bond I could go and watch John Giordano's sitting in for Jimbo and as soon as I get done Jim show tonight tired but I could go and watch you untouchables right now and Connery in that So many great scenes that he played He steals the film All right so it's 8 6 6 Jimbo Talking about as we head back hopefully to movie theaters Just the dominance of the blockbuster the superhero The things where you know I get it fans want certain things and they're going to give it to them every time Does that crowd out And I'm not talking about small art films I'm talking about you know relatively big budget films finding an audience And I don't know what the last blockbuster a big film was That was not the superhero slash something like it All right Nick from the cross is with us on the Jim bohannon show Hey Nick Hey how you doing Very well Nick Hey you know I love what you talk about the big films but I wanted to mention and I talked to the person I talked But the Law & Order series on TV They have done so much difficult great producer not only Law & Order about Chicago fires Chicago D all that stuff is great But you know what Somebody people forget in the film industry is I want to only and I can Nick thanks very much All right let's follow that up with a delightful call I'm sure Steve from Azure North Carolina Hey Steve how have you been That's good I was just telling the engineer that I haven't seen Steve What happened here you know Something happened something I said a year ago Good to have you Steve Oh no I called a couple of Nashville but it had a hard time I hope you understand what I'm saying You start from that the non superheroes I don't hardly ever go to the theater But I do every so many years And I went back in my 30s I'm 62 now but in my 30s late 30s I went to see a movie called forest cap Oh yeah And I really think I know he's not listening but if you were it would be a good time to bring out a sequel to Forrest Gump All right you know what the danger is though is it when you do the sequel All right there's certain things that are how a ground sacred ground there you better come strong with a sequel or reason to destroy how we feel about Forrest Gump I think it was a pretty perfect ending It was book You was asking what other than a superhero I don't remember a movie in that time period that was that struck people as much as far as copyright I was in the theater and with every nationality that you could name and when he was in his braces yeah And the guy laughed and oh yeah Run People were actually speaking out loud and they had run for hearts Well that's why we go to theater too Steve You know I can remember so many times being in a movie theater you're exactly right where the audience lost it and was into that and that's the best part of my memory Good to talk with you again Steve Hope we do it again soon All right final call is coming up this hour It's 8 6 6 50 Jimbo run forest run Yeah absolutely 8 6 6 5 zero 5 46 26 DOM Giordano followed me on Twitter Love to have you You can continue if you don't get in hit me with a movie The big franchise that you think works you wish you had even more of them A sequel to Forrest Gump Just think of what you're risking there though You know It's almost perfect It's almost a perfect film It's one of the greatest films of all time without a doubt that you can watch again and again and again All right final call is coming up here on the Jimbo handing show I tend to second.

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"pierce brosnan" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

01:54 min | 10 months ago

"pierce brosnan" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Welcome to talk is Jericho as the pot of thunder and rock and roll and last fall marked the end of an era for James Bond. No Time to Die is Daniel Craig's last movie as British secret agent OO 7. It was released after a long delay due to the pandemic, but as the movie said in the end credits as it always does, James Bond will return. So who's going to take on one of the most iconic characters and movie franchises and Hollywood history? That's just one of the things we discuss in today's special James Bond cast. I'm a huge James Bond fan of assembled cast of other huge Bond fans, including Don callis, who's been on the show many times. Brad Gilmore, who's also a talk as Jericho alumni and host of his own podcast back from the future. He's just written a new book about the history of the James Bond movie franchise. It's called Bond James Bond exploring the shaken and stirred history of Ian Fleming's 007. It's available now on Amazon. Also, we've got Michael Boyd. He's a scholarly writer about the James Bond character, movies in history. He's the one who originally contacted me about doing a podcast about Bonnie's also from one of peg like Don and I are. So the four of us are breaking down the 60 year history of the James Bond movie franchise. You'll hear how and when we each discovered Bond personally in our lives, we're discussing who played Bond the best out of the 6 actors who portrayed him. Sean Connery, George lazenby, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan, and of course, Daniel Craig. We're talking about Bond girls, Bond villains, Bond theme songs, Bond gadgets, Bond cars, the surrounding cast of Bond characters. We got tons of trivia and behind the scenes stories about the making of the films and we'll get into the campiness of the early movies. The evolution of the character and the scripts. And of course, our favorite films in the franchise and why we love them. I'll even share our combined top ten list at the end of the show. So here we go. It's Bond James Bond right now on Jericho.

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"pierce brosnan" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"pierce brosnan" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

"Yes and now. We're talking about to live and let diorama. And as far as i can tell there's no explicit reference to live and let die in this episode other than the episode title. Yeah there's not but there might be might be using it in a slightly different way. We'll see when we get to the end. What we discover. Okay because i at this time in prepared to say something to you. I don't think ever said on this show before. And i won't tell you till the end but we'll get to it. That's a little tease to get you excited. I am excited No i hope. I don't forget it down so just to remind you what this whole twickeham house museum. Dioramas is his little clip where they chat about it from the app. Comedy we are embarking on a wonderful adventure right here in this room will display mr twins impressive collection of memorabilia. Upstairs we'll house the multimedia dioramas depicting the history of the towns. Sounds good so taylor. Maybe like we said it's not an exact reference to the movie but had you seen to live and let die the james bond movie. No especially not before. Well i either had or had not seen it. There's no especially. But i don't think we need to explain who james bond is like. I feel like m- people should know. Yeah you know. Am i six super agent. But in what. I i watched gilmore girls. I think the only james bond movie had seen was the quantum of solace which many people consider not one of their favorites. I have since seen more including the new not-i'm to die. That came out this weekend face. And then i watched live and let die in funnily enough. It was miami with james bond movie in. This was the eighth james bond movie interesting. So i'm not a james bond expert but i also feel silly saying that when you realize i've seen eight movies and i still feel like barely scratched the surface. Yeah i mean this is a character who's just gotten so many spinoffs and so many people have played just he won't die. There's just no time for him to die when companies can make so much money off of him. What is your experience with james bond. Had you seen this movie. Did you know the song. I don't know if i knew the song man is a bob. I've been singing. It's always long for real But i was a pierce brosnan. James bond pierce brosnan is my james bond. Now okay i was. He the best. I don't know i'm not gonna say but he was just the first one that i watched. That's who was on at the time. And i thought it was pretty cool like i growing up. I always said i wanted to be a spy. I wanted to be agent. Me and my cousin would always play spies and didn't notice about you. Yeah i was really into it for a long time. So james bond was awesome to me. Cool because pierce brosnan was who i watched when i was into being a spy. He's my james bond. Can i tell you.

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"pierce brosnan" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"pierce brosnan" Discussed on Filmspotting

"You are now entering spoiler territory. What do you want to dish on Josh? I mean, they killed him. They killed James Bond. Is that? So here's my question about that. Do you feel, we both kind of agree that the direction the series has gone, we've appreciated. The place they take this character in this film, we appreciate it. Does that include the killing of Bond for you? Yeah, yeah, it absolutely does. Especially when you talk about using the phrase I use and I think you used it as well. Taking this whole series of films with Craig anyway and taking Craig's Bond to its logical end. We really get an end here. We get that sense of true, mortality. I alluded to it in terms of him coming to terms with his age that he's not double-o-seven anymore and everything that that entails. And for him to confront that humanity. Well, what is more human than mortality? What is more human than you're not the superhero type spy who can just continue regenerating or survive any situation somehow you'll always come through in this scenario he dies. There's no coming back and that added touch of him, making the choice to die. You could say that maybe he could have gotten out of there maybe he couldn't because he was pretty injured. But he decides to basically give it up because it's not worth a dim, at least this is how I read it unless there's some other reading Josh. He's not worth it to him to try to go on living or to continue a life where he can't be a human. He can't be a man who's going to touch his child. And that's actually maybe the vigorous surprise even, no, it's not. But I was going to say, it's almost bigger than Bond dying is that Bond is a dad. Yeah. You're like bond standing there in the kitchen, making breakfast. What is happening? This goes to his world. Domestication reference. Exactly. Right? Yeah. Yeah, for me it's just too much. Yeah, I think it's laying. It's laying it on way too thickly. I'm not saying I needed, you know, a happy ending where now back in that Italian village and they have their little moppet bouncing on their laps. But I think what it does is and I guess this is okay, but it's almost like apologizing too much for who Bond was before, which has been an element of this as we noted when we talked about GoldenEye. It started with the Brosnan Bond, right? Is beginning to acknowledge the faults in the character. And I just feel like really, you need to execute him too, like that's not that I'm offended that Bond is dead, but more like they're pushing their point a little too far. In this final film, we're really going to, yes, finally give him after they separate because he thinks there's been another betrayal, but really give him rock solid relationship. Stronger than he's ever had before. With Madeline. Okay, now we're also going to give him a kid. As you said, he's going to be making breakfast. But now we also have to actively punish him for all of his decades of sins by executing him. It just felt like one step too much in terms of trying to push trying to both punish and redeem bond at once because then it's sort of this heroic savior gesture as well. As you said, you know, he's saving the entire world. Again, but this time it's going to require his own death. And I think it was just a little bit much for me. Yeah. I see that, though, as I expressed in a lot more words a few moments ago, it goes back to your setup question. I think if the mission was to make him mortal, then this is the only way they could end it. Yeah, that's the only way you can make bond truly mortal. And so on that level, I appreciate it. Now, it's funny. The experience of being a moviegoer, and I suppose being a critic, where we love to applaud or at least I often do, applaud films for taking chances, making bold steps, surprising us against subverting expectations. Maybe even angering audiences. I usually go for that. But I'm not gonna lie, my initial reaction to it in the theater was like, how dare they? Really? Sounds like you were more emotionally invested in James than you realized. That is what I'm saying. I think that that is the case. More than I realize, right? Having watched these films, having gone on this journey with Craig, even though I didn't revisit Specter and Skyfall and as I said, can't remember them at all. I just felt invested enough from Casino Royale, quantum of solace, and now this film that my initial reaction was how dare you not give Bond. The happy domestic life. He seems to crave. I mean, this is at least the second time in these 5 films, where he's retired. There's maybe another retirement, but this is retirement these two that I'm speaking of based on a desire to just get away from it all with the woman he loves. It's all he seems to want the most in life and yet he gets denied again, Josh. Your comment brings us back to the MCU because I remember we talked about how we were both a little surprised, I think when it came to endgame that we had, that sort of emotional attachment to those characters. Can't say I have that with Bond. As much as I really love Craig's interpretation, I'd haven't developed that sort of attachment over these last what, ten or 15 years or so. And it's a little, it's kind of like the ending of infinity war, actually, where, yeah, they killed off a number of characters, but you also knew that wasn't really the end. And in a similar case here, like we're going to get another bond. It is at once this grand audacious gesture that if you step back, doesn't really mean a thing. Yeah, I suppose, though I still would argue because I'm that invested, obviously Josh emotionally invested. I still argue that there's some weight to us knowing that we're never going to see Craig again. And I know we knew that, in theory, going into the movie, but coming out, knowing that that's really the case, or at least it should be the case, because I hope they're not going to do some prequels or whatever. Oh boy. I still think overall it was it was pretty effective. It worked on me. It put me through the gauntlet for I don't know, at least two minutes walking out of the theater, Josh, what more can you ask for from a bond spectacle? Again, we'd love to know your thoughts about the movie. Our review do you like seeing bond as a dad? What bedtime stories would he read? Are you still mad that they killed him? Feedback at film spotting .NET. After the break, we head to 1996. The Pierce Brosnan Bond air actually, we're going to continue our Jane campion overview and discuss the portrait of a lady. Plus results of the film spotting poll asking listeners to pick Ridley Scott's third.

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"pierce brosnan" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

Skimm'd from The Couch

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"pierce brosnan" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

"<Speech_Female> We slept <Speech_Female> right back into <Speech_Female> our will <Speech_Female> always have that. <Speech_Female> He and I together <Speech_Female> and I love him so <Speech_Female> much. But <Speech_Female> as he <SpeakerChange> said, he was <Speech_Female> like, you know, <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> he goes, he wants out here <Speech_Female> because I have gray <Speech_Female> hair now I'm an old <Speech_Female> man. Who <Speech_Female> wants to see me making <Speech_Female> out with Hathaway? And <Speech_Male> I was like, <Speech_Female> I hear <SpeakerChange> you. <Laughter> No, I'm good. <Laughter> I'm sorry. <Speech_Female> Okay, <Speech_Female> my second <Speech_Female> to last question, <Speech_Female> but I <Speech_Female> feel <Speech_Female> like you have <Speech_Female> had the opportunity <Speech_Female> to work with a lot <Speech_Female> of men that we've rooted <Speech_Female> for, right? We've got <Speech_Female> George Clooney. <Speech_Female> We've got <Speech_Female> mister big. <Speech_Female> We've got Josh <Speech_Female> Charles, Logan <Speech_Female> huntsberger, <Speech_Female> Denny Duquette, <Speech_Female> mixing <Speech_Female> up, obviously, because <Speech_Female> sometimes I know <Speech_Female> their real names, but <Speech_Female> it's also like <Speech_Female> it will always be Logan <Speech_Female> huntzberger in my mind. <Speech_Female> Who <SpeakerChange> have you had <Silence> <Advertisement> the most fun working with? <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Oh, that is an <Speech_Female> impossible question. <Speech_Female> Yeah, that's <Speech_Female> hard. So <Speech_Female> obviously, George <Silence> Clooney and I <Speech_Female> had <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> the best time <Speech_Female> working together. <Speech_Female> We always got excited <Speech_Female> when the two <SpeakerChange> of us got <Speech_Female> to do scenes together. It <Speech_Female> was easy. <Speech_Female> We finished each other's <Speech_Female> sentences. <Speech_Female> It was like <Speech_Female> I always say, you know, <Speech_Female> it's like room temperature <Speech_Female> butter. <Speech_Female> You can just spread it on <Speech_Female> anything and it works, <Speech_Female> you know? <Speech_Female> Rather <Speech_Female> than right out of the fridge <Speech_Female> and you can't quite <Speech_Female> spread it on your <Speech_Female> toaster. So, so <Speech_Female> disappointing. <Speech_Female> But that was, <Speech_Female> you know, that was also <Speech_Female> Josh Charles. <Speech_Female> I mean, <Speech_Female> working <Speech_Female> with him on the <Speech_Female> good wife, it was <Speech_Female> seamless. <Speech_Female> And <Speech_Female> exciting. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> And I was at a very <Speech_Female> different stage in my life, <Speech_Female> too. But I <Speech_Female> have to tell you, <SpeakerChange> I did a <Speech_Female> beautiful film. I think <Speech_Female> it's his best <Speech_Female> work ever personally. <Speech_Female> But I <Speech_Female> did a beautiful <Speech_Female> film based on true <Speech_Female> story called Evelyn <Speech_Female> that I did in Ireland <Speech_Female> with Pierce Brosnan, <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> where I played <Speech_Female> his girlfriend. <Speech_Female> I can't <Speech_Female> love him. And <Silence> <SpeakerChange> he is <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> truly <Speech_Female> just one of <Speech_Female> the most gracious, <Speech_Female> lovely people <Speech_Female> I've ever <Speech_Female> met. Granted, <Speech_Female> we only worked together for three <Speech_Female> months, so <SpeakerChange> I don't know if you <Speech_Female> can compare. Well, <Speech_Female> we'll add him to the list. <Speech_Female> We'll take it. <Speech_Female> Yeah, I can't believe <Speech_Female> that I didn't add double-o-seven <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> to my list. <Speech_Female> Well, <Speech_Female> I am sure if they <Speech_Female> were asked the same question <Speech_Female> they would say you. <Speech_Female> So we'll <Speech_Female> leave it at that. Before <Speech_Female> we go, <Speech_Female> if we could have anybody <Silence> on the show, <SpeakerChange> who would you <Speech_Female> recommend? <Speech_Female> That's such a <Speech_Female> good question. <Speech_Female> Oh, <Speech_Female> there's <SpeakerChange> a plethora <Speech_Female> of <Speech_Female> people you should have on your <Speech_Female> show. I <Speech_Female> feel like <SpeakerChange> my friend <Speech_Female> Kyra Sedgwick <Speech_Female> has <Silence> really <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> changed <Speech_Female> her career <Silence> by becoming a director. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> And <Speech_Female> I'm so <Speech_Female> impressed <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> by her <Speech_Female> ability. <Speech_Female> I'm a big fan of hers. <Speech_Female> I would love to have her. <Speech_Female> Yeah. Carrie <Speech_Female> Preston is another <Speech_Female> one who <Speech_Female> I'm just so <Speech_Female> in awe of <Speech_Female> the fact that she <Speech_Female> is like, no, I <Speech_Female> really wanted to direct, and <Speech_Female> she's doing it. She just directed <Speech_Female> the good fight, <Speech_Female> she's all over <Speech_Female> the map directing <SpeakerChange> and <Speech_Female> still acting. <Speech_Female> We would love to. <Speech_Female> Thank you <Speech_Female> for this conversation. <Speech_Female> Thank you, <Speech_Female> guys. <Speech_Female> On everything. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> And we can't <Speech_Female> wait to see <Speech_Female> the morning show <Silence> <Advertisement> continue to unfold.

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"pierce brosnan" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"pierce brosnan" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Page Stop to think about it What would happen if he did You might call him the bookend Bond the first whose movies comprise a continuous narrative showing us the beginning middle and end of OO seven's career That sort of legacy is something that Barbara broccoli and Michael G Wilson understand Though the daughter and stepson of Albert cubby broccoli who started the Bond series with his partner Harry saltman together they've produced the last 9 Bond movies It was their decision to replace prior Bond Pierce Brosnan with Daniel Craig And with their new star came a new tone Here's Barbara broccoli The films have always sort of reflected the times after Pierce Brosnan I mean we had 9 11 And we felt we had gone too far You know into the realm of believability So coming back and having the gift of Casino Royale to use to reboot the franchise and we started with such a gift I mean it was it was a perfect opportunity When I understand double those have a very short life expectancy That was Craig in 2006s Casino Royale and updated but still faithful adaptation of the first Bond novel It gave us a more brutal and more vulnerable bond than we'd seen in movies before and it restarted the story from scratch making Bond a green whose mistakes have consequences Pierce Michael Wilson James Bond is now a superhero He said human being That's one of the things that Daniel wanted to emphasize when he took on the role He always wanted a man who would bleed and be hurt and suffer physically as well as mentally And that's why you know I'm Casino Royale They torture seamless So effective It's the simplest thing to cause more pain than a man who can possibly enjoy He's a real person And that's what makes him heroic in our opinion more heroic than say a superhero The next film quantum of solace picked up the story right where Casino Royale left off making it the first real sequel in a franchise where one and done adventures had been the norm Here again Barbara broccoli This character was going to be evolving it that we wanted to track the evolution The emotional evolution of the character became very important to us Emotional evolution Bond was rarely seen to mature before or even to age It didn't matter whether he was being played by svelte 29 year old one off Bond George lazenby This never happened to the other fellow Or a visibly creaky 57 year old Roger Moore He was ageless The Craig era put an end to that too The world's new Don commander In the new movie bond is a retiree Of course it wouldn't be much of an adventure if another dire threat didn't call him back into service You get in my way I walk at a billet in your knee The one that works What separates a story from a legend Stories end James Bond so long a legend is a story now He has a timeline I'll.

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"pierce brosnan" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"pierce brosnan" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Bong but to become a double. Oh it takes two. How did he die. Your contact not well. Why second is yes. What an installment in a long running movie franchise gets things right. You tend to know it right away. Consider casino royale. The twenty-first james bond film in the eon productions series released in two thousand six and starring. For the first time as bond daniel craig the first thing we notice the mgm columbia studio logos are in black and white intriguing though not the most radical thing in the world then the movie itself starts still monochrome starker darker recalling something more like nineteen sixty. Five's the spy who came in from the cold than pierce brosnan's immediately preceding couple of pictures to say nothing of octopussy in this first seen bond has the jump on trader waiting for him in his office. The mole is played by a snide malcolm sinclair in their tense exchange. We learned to surprising things. This bond has just been promoted to double o. seven. He's recently made his first kill a brutal bathroom beating. That's fed to us in snippets during the conversation with the ruthlessness that cuts the scene. Short bond commits his second kill as sinclair sits on armed at his desk. Cut back to that bathroom. Where bond spins round to deliver the lethal bullet to the first skill and the screen narrows around him in the series iconic gun. Barrel shot familiar but also thrillingly different in two thousand six. I was mostly indifferent about james bond. Atom bond was a relic from childhood which i regarded with nostalgic affection as a daily film reviewer. The run of pierce brosnan movies had begun to feel like professional obligations then casino royale and i was back on board. Still am after this revisit which was particularly interesting coming on the heels of the other bonds. We've been watching and discussing unpatriotic sean connery's from russia with love roger. Moore's the spy who loved me timothy dalton's the living daylights and pierce brosnan's goldeneye compared to those entries. Adam what would you say is the most distinguishing characteristic not only of craig's bond but of casino royale whole I don't even know where to start with that question. It's such a good one. But there are so many aspects to craig's bond. I think we could start with and actually this movie was reviewed back on film spotting in two thousand six sam was our host then co host josh. Not just our producer so he sat across from as i recall. We both were fans of this movie. And both fans of craig. I look back at my notes from that conversation. And i said this is just kind of funny talking about fifteen years later. I suggested that he is a more believable. Interesting complex bond which we need in two thousand six so bringing bond into i guess what i was thinking of the modern era our our current time thousand six well in twenty twenty one. I think that's as true as ever if not more true and you're right that everything about that opening sequence sets the table for setting up a new take on this character. I like the way you phrased it familiar yet. Thrillingly different this idea throughout and we'll talk about a lot of these aspects. I think there are many ways that the movie decides to subvert our expectations bond. But it doesn't do it in a way where it seems like. That's the glee of it. That that's the purpose or the intent of the movie. Let's have as much fun as we can. With this relic. Let's thumb our nose at the series. No it's not about thumbing your nose it is about establishing this new character and maybe we'll get back to that opening sequence a little bit more later. I wanna talk about craig and answer your question as best i can. I think the most significant difference with craig versus all the other bonds is that the movie establishes him as quote unquote a blunt instrument which is apparently how fleming originally thought of james bond again. I'm not familiar with the source material. And it's not something that's informing at all my take on bond or on craig's bond but that that phrase and i think m may even refer to him as that or very clearly suggest that's what he is. That is something different than that kind of very debonair. Very smooth bond. We have always seen there. Is something just a little grittier a little more dangerous a little scarier a little more human or a lot more human about craig's bond than the other ones we've seen including going back to when we talked about from russia with love and connery is just really leaning into the movie star aspect like bond. Is this movie star. Figure in the movie knows. It's kind of winking at us throughout. I'll give you a couple of examples and there are so many we could talk about the distinguish this van from others. But in that opening chase sequence the big set piece that starts with them getting the phone ellipse and just destroying that entire construction zone right there few moments that really stand out to me that clearly martin campbell. The director wants us to pay attention to and their moments like the one where we see the guy he's chasing who's very fleet of foot and is very athletic and is able to jump from one perch atop some construction zone onto some other landing and when he does it. It's perfect everything about. It's perfect in bonn does it. He stumbles and he. He's barely able to hang on and has to pull himself up when he jumps over a wall unlike the other guy who just kind of like a cheetah jumps over it he of course is a little bit more human. He's still james bond. He's still incredible physical specimen that's the other real defining characteristic of craig's bhatt obviously but when he jumps over he kinda comes down with a thud and then has to start running again right or he just brakes right through the wall. And that's the other one. That's that's the best example to support my case right where they're running through this building that's under construction and the guy he's chasing somehow manages to just kind fly through an opening and the next thing we see is bond chasing after him and he just goes right through it. He doesn't have time to mess around..

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"pierce brosnan" Discussed on Optimism Vaccine

Optimism Vaccine

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"pierce brosnan" Discussed on Optimism Vaccine

"To reason to so i mean that's a pretty good track record three bad films and twenty eight good ones or however many we. We did good. Certainly the bond series doesn't have a double little kid that's dam. Sure it's also weird that like just looking back at the time this and all the other teams juniors released is that bond was coming off of timothy dalton. So i guess you could say that bond went so hard the world could only handle baby james bond movies for the next six years before pierce brosnan came around to rave vip. I was thinking as well that the dub located close to the bond series ever came to that was when roger war turn to haunt. Listen i i want everybody to know out there. If you're listening right now corey hayme walked. So frankie muniz could run okay. There's codey banks without this without hits. That's if there's one salient point we can away. There's no agent codey banks. I'm so glad that. I know time to die is common so we don't have to keep just waiting in this because that's dr overhead. This saga i. I would rather just like fuck the business end of like a magic bullet blender. Then watch this again. So thank you. Well well thank you for introducing it to a st. We know we appreciate you coming aboard atom. i know you're not too keen about social media. But if you do on a right to him you can reach out to optimism maxine at gmail.com. Hit us up there steve. Any social media. You wanna plug yeah. I'm steve cuff. If you like dick jokes and bad opinions. I'm your guy that's very good. Thank you very much steve. Jack work in the good people find. You can be found at twitter real. Jackie gleason oriole l. j. c. k. e. a. s. o. n. On there too much just schumi line. People keep asking me if i can find movies online now and i don't know why just keep deeming me like. Hey can you find this as like i. I'm not going to get paid for. But i still look. I don't know why i'm soccer. Me up whatever a service. That's right. Yeah i mean. He's had the wildly successful choy. Hawk and johnny to- threads. I mean next. Up paul thread. Yeah why not get paul thread going. I'm sure the lamb for that. She had tried to leave the world better than i found us. That's true true all right. Well anyways you can find me at jake troop eela on on all things. That's j. k. E. t. r. o. p. i l. a. We did. He says podcast series. We started three or four years ago. Maybe has finally reached its destination. So i can now finally say the no tie. That's not it. Nope for your ears only will return with no time to die..

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"pierce brosnan" Discussed on Eating For Free

Eating For Free

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"pierce brosnan" Discussed on Eating For Free

"And she takes us not revealed that she's wearing the girls that that is like this i up and this is so no man because the prince takes the dress after in the very beginning when he's tricked her into going to the ball so he can have sex with her. He's like i'll take. I'll try and sell it for you. And she just hands it over to this man. In eyeliner addresses are so ugly which is the best. By the way he does know the headbands. We just wraps a tie a replica. Like i got like a corporate office tie head and someone like remarks that he looks like a pirate and then he just goes and steals distress and gives it to his sister and then the sister at the end of the movie comes back up and she's like hello sister. This is your broach. I had it and she goes. My mother's with the broach missing my favorite plot of this movie so like obviously this like princess is really upset because she wants to be a king and she wanted to clean power trusted a land solar and renewed now and she's just mad because she can't wear pants suits and like have agreed new deal and minnie driver and pierce brosnan are fighting over his moment. Where resident is like. You're a queen and you're supposed to nod your head and she's like don't you know how hard it is for a woman in this town to just nod along and do whatever it is that you want. Don't you know that. I'm person and sometimes i just want to tell everyone. Your wrongly never talked about never and also by the way the entire time just having this breakdown. She's nf fencing uniform like a holy sword. But there's no fencing partner and nobody there it's like we never actually see her fence like they walk in just me. I'll never having established that minnie driver fences poor as an interest inventing or that fencing even exists in this universal. Right pierce. president comes on the stairs and she's just standing there completely still in uniform. also oreo. yeah and it's like oh your here and what are well. That's fine we're here. But what are you doing here. Minnie driver entire thing and i think what it was trying to do was like many drivers like a interesting individual and like look at her in this men's fencing uniform because feminism like interrogate that at all it barely acknowledges that way that they wrap that plot up after cinderella and the prince decide that they're not going to be princeton princess of the kingdom. They're going to take their new shark tank earnings and move to a different country where she can sell dresses in the royal court because she can't do tween because they because the town doesn't change now she just has out and she's like except the king queen or k with him defected. Yes but how many drivers plot is she and the kings stage a thing where like everyone starts singing rhythm nation again and she's like everyone go home. The party's over and many drivers like no and like wrong winks at her. And she's like go wrong. Everyone can stay in party. She's like wait a minute. So the feminists win of this movie. Is that nothing materially changes for the lives of women. Ever many drivers only accomplishment is allowing a staged moment of independence. That is complete in majorie. Yeah and camila cabello still can't start a business has to move somewhere else. We're starting a business is okay. And she got the message. Money from another queen. Because the king wasn't gonna let her mom. Has this whole song called like your grave like taking things to your grave basically initiate again. She sings and then still excels her daughter off. Like i understand and then they end with what was it. They ended with the game. Was it rid. The nation again matt and with let's get loud. Oh you're right. I complete for they just watched. Let's get last so bad. That was when i was like turn it off. There goes for like ten minutes. There's something about watching. Many driver tried to sing her way through. Let's get loud. That is a nightmarish image. That i will never recover from pierce brosnan singing the bridge. Two let's get loud is just crime against humanity. Yearn it is. It's the norm person's version of the finale song of smashmouth. Shrek like lake. Like this is what happens. When people don't have the taste or vision to do shrek. they make many driver at pierce brosnan. Sing let's get loud. No really. I was saying.

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"pierce brosnan" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"pierce brosnan" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"Woody harrelson that i caught when i was on vacation and i saw like mexican tv and i was just like this is funny fucking shit. I love this movie and woody harrelson again. It's like a bad woody. Harrelson movie is better than a goods. Whoever movie a lot of times yeah kind of the same thing for pierce brosnan. So those two together like yeah. This is great but man. Yeah that november man yeah. It was released on trauma. It's the story of a director very much like paul williams a former sixties radical who decides to Assassinate george bush. And pretend that he's just making a movie about assassinating george bush and in doing it. They go and actually film. George bush at like a sneak in borat style and film george bush with the secret service all around so it really feels like they could really get busted. It just has this weird tone of. It's it's a comedy but it also is has incredible teeth two it really it really a film that like like mad dog time one that i found in a bin and then just haven't been able to let go of for years so i hope you check it out. Well thank you so much guys for being on the show. Thanks everybody for listening. Thanks especially to our patriot community. If you want to join the community visit patriot dot com slash projection booth every donation we'd house projection booths take over the world about a month and a half ago. The biggest cake in my career wrote a song for a new singer. Name was frank sinatra.

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"pierce brosnan" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"pierce brosnan" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"They talked to you like normal human beings in like stuck up. There is is that it was lovely really. It was really great. And then you have all the crew around in every site one big family before you know it just. It could be your own bedroom. You know. i'm so it was it was it was great. It was funny because he has had a body double and so did i. I had to body double on adine of the day. And i remember getting my body double to stand in for me while i could like. Sit down go back to the dressing room. I just remember. I told i told the The cinematographers no. Please i wanna be on the sat for as long as possible. I don't care. I want to be the first one in care if i have to wake up four. Am in the morning. Get in at six be picked up at five. I wanna be that president. And i wanna be lost because i want to be on the stage. I'm being dressing room for as long as possible. I remember thinking back telling people that. So that's how it went and I might. They didn't really use my body double. I was onset for as long as possible. I'm not nice nicely enough. Pierce brosnan Wanted to do like the like the the hand acting grabbing the gun. And what have you. Oh that was great. It was wonderful now. A bring back all these memories non. Okay next your onset. Now you found yourself you on how peaceful found desire. You've become character. One question i had was Did you have any input on what the date was quite set til the script. Will you give them. I would say yeah. I would say yes the scene. The scene was a lot more elaborate and Mike they pumped out as much as possible. Like i didn't expect. Because i remember when we went to the scene page and a half of Scripts but i remember he was like you know the door and they fill me from us even had me walking up to the door. No one i come in and we want you to walk. 'cause i don't know if you can really tell how big this reaches is pretty big sat. They had me walking backwards informed serve. It was really nice that they made the most of everything and honestly when they would when i remember thinking and and then when it comes to it's going to be like five seconds or they might cut me out but now they even have me walking to the bags and then even when i left the room i remember they had me walking away because i remember it was like You can see my but as woke away. I remember thinking that thinking that. When i first saw it because i remember playing is looking up as my mom. 'cause you're at the premier's life is it done yet. And then i remember opening my eyes like i just tell my buddy myself. Walking away thinking they used to all every single tate. How exciting. I remember thinking that Anyway what did you ask against his waffle. I will flood who asked me I asked but basically you kind of said. But i'll give you room to live radio. Oh if they had like boom. Select improvisation. You have any important councils. so yes like So we did a couple of times and the take. They used an pittsburgh person very different with. I think we did. Maybe i don't know how many takes maybe three or four takes of him putting his arms round me so every time was different undertake they used was him. He's kissing my ear right news like my neck can everything a bit bit..

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"pierce brosnan" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"pierce brosnan" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"Get the end. They shot plenty of scenes with to 'em appeals and we never really seen most of it. Yeah it's very confusing. Final version of what originally was a very specific quirky film I also just really appreciate any chance. We get to talk through the process of writing one of these movies because it feels so personal when you hear john talk about about what he wanted to achieve. And it's too bad it didn't happen but it's not an uncommon story with the hollywood screenwriters. I was just thinking about this. Can you imagine if someone say they came up to me and you said right one would be of star trek apart from spy movies of course and they said cameras. Scott we want you to write the next star trek film. Yeah and we like We've got this and we think we've knocked out upon. We spend a year pouring a halt into the continuing of us. Whatever and then the studio gets it intended to shreds and then the public blames us for yup. That's that's the curse of of the screenwriter and director is that sometimes things are taken out of their hands and butchered and You know the public or critics who they point the finger at right. It tends to be the people behind the scenes made film whereas so many circumstances can corrupt that vision Yeah i mean yeah. They suits in offices rule so faceless soups so they knew right they didn't get the blame 'em again a slight of topic segway. I suppose but like quantum of solace is a film. That's being reprised recently People saying it's not so bad now. I'm not joining that camp personally. I have much of an opinion reason. I raise it because us diving into this film is not some sort of way of saying oh yeah ventures is actually really misunderstood film and it's actually a really interesting film you dig into it. I'm not saying the product wasn't good but what's fascinating is knowing what the creative people came up with on what could have been. And that's what i've loved about having these two chats with jeremiah. Dome is the that they put into these projects and in some parallel universe. We could have had an aventis franchise because it was so good. And that's one thing. I think we've tried to do with the spymaster interviews is that we wanna bring on people who also worked on movies. We didn't care for Because we want to learn more about what was going on behind the scenes. How did these films happen because we could easily sit down and talk about the avengers. Do a ninety minute episode. Tear it to shreds and be like well there you go but it makes it more interesting journey. I think if we have our say and then we let the people who made the movie. Come on and say. Here's what i wanted to do. And here's why it didn't work in. Suddenly we go. Oh well that's a whole other conversation now because between no both the director and the writer. I don't know that there's many people have done more work in terms of getting the narrative of the creation of the avengers film to the world. Like for some reason. That's become our niche out of I guess just happenstance. It wasn't something we aspire to when we began this podcast. But we're very happy to be able to do it and I would like people to have that takeaway of oh like maybe the movie i don't like there's more complexities behind that story than just well. They all screwed it up. Who knows you know what i mean. I think that's a lesson for the more than times dig deeper. Find out how sausage was made. But yeah i think this is a good time. Obviously this is the twenty th anniversary. This film came out. And it's spurred us on to cover the fell missiles all one year anniversary so also yeah coincided same time and some people will do like their favorites film on their one year anniversary or really popular also. The vengeance isn't ido things but what it is is interesting study into the failings of hollywood to utilize the talents of its people. You know you can tell the dome. I had a really interesting story to tell and he was able to adapt it from the heritage thing but may be hard to understand story that he had in the beginning to a more easy to grasp blockbuster film he had by the end but he did cross that and it was a two hour version for moten. Puppies is a lot better. And then jeremiah took up that mantle and deliver. The film from what seems to be was a perfectly pleasant set. Everyone was enjoying themselves and there was no dramas. So we'll filed was at the end and that was in edit and that was in politics. And so i think i'm i'm glad we got the opportunity to delve into this film. May give it it's it's retrospective and no it's twenty three but hopefully we've. We've created the definitive vengeance collection. And if you're listening to this in the year two thousand twenty three you can celebrate the twenty fifth anniversary with this Series of interviews yet. Let's if you've If you if you're enjoying this in the twenty twenty three. I'm sure i'll be tweeting but again we wanna thank deng for taking the time. Sit down with us and join us in our one year celebration talking about nineteen ninety eight avengers twenty-three off to the fact that it came out. cam one. Are we go coming up next week. We have a very special episode. We are going to hold our first. James bond roundtable this time. We're gonna talk about the brosnan era. While we're its strengths while ritz minuses. Who were the best villains. We're going to talk all about it with a. I think really interesting panel of guests. And we're going to break down the pierce brosnan. James bond era yet this is a an idea icon concocted. I kind of want to finish era like you say to the prisons in this case. A kind of wants it down really collectively analyze of as a series of films. And we'll do the same for connery's craig's most old guy down the line lazenby one will maybe will bunch citing with david niven but yeah we've got a couple of great panelists coming coming from different angles. I would say as well. And i think a couple of our previous guests might be stopping by to say. Hello very good very good. That's where to join us next week. As we celebrate the pierce brosnan boomed films in style in tuxedos drinking martinis You can of course follows on social media discreetly at spy hans since s. p. h. a. Ds on facebook twitter and instagram. But until next week listeners. Good luck in an office full of teddy says..

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"pierce brosnan" Discussed on Radio Survivor Podcast

Radio Survivor Podcast

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"pierce brosnan" Discussed on Radio Survivor Podcast

"This detective invented a mail owner of the agency remington steele. So that people would hire her so and then this guy shows up and pretend to him but he's not and it's pierce brosnan so so so glamorous but you see what happens with that i got sidetracked from this point but what happened with that show. Is that you know. In the first season it starts out with her feminist manifesto the literally the story of how remington how the remington steele agency got started is is for one of the intro secrets. Like she tells the story about how a female investigator with just too feminine for the for the male clients and so she invented the male superior But then in later seasons the intro credits get much more romantic. And it's much more focused on her on their their relationship and they're like cut out laura holt's original male employees who kind of i mean honestly he was annoying but he also served as kind of a competition for remington steals for her affection with a fake remington steele.

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"pierce brosnan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"pierce brosnan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Heart radio F This is the Mo Kelly Show. If you're just tuning in, I'm continuing my conversation with Steve Rubin. The book is the James Bond movie Encyclopedia. I would say the complete cinematic history contained there in Steve. Let's talk about this. And if someone hasn't seen it, they may not know that this is building on other building blocks. If you will, that you've put together over the years and I first saw your books maybe 40 years ago, I think was maybe 1981 1982. You've been at this for a while. That's the point. I'm trying to make How do you go about making sure you have everything in a James Bond movie encyclopedia? It's very challenging. The information is out there, although I have to test say that the producers of the current James Bond movie No Time to die have been very cagey about, you know, giving out any information, so was very challenging this time because I was all set to see the movie in April. Because the book was coming out in November side plenty of time to record everything. And then, of course, Cove ID through that for a loop, So it's been challenging. One of the biggest challenges is getting the photographs and I had to go literally around the world. Not physically, but I didn't take a nice trip to Europe. With my wife. We actually celebrated our anniversary or 25th wedding anniversary in Paris, where I was acquiring film stills from some of the local archives went to Sweden. I went to England. The fans are very, very demanding when it comes to new art. There are a lot of bond books out there, but I think that This is a very special book. For me. It's the first book. I have a lot of color in, and I also have contributions from some wonderful artist named Jeff Marshall and Brian May. Who gave me these wonderful, evocative paintings from the Syriza's that just add tremendous value to the book. When I think about James Bond going back to some things we discussed earlier. I think about Roger Moore Because the spy who loved me was the first bond film that I saw. My father took me to see it and Star wars. That same year. I think about the evolution of the character and how the character has been able to remain current with the times as we've kind of Talked about my favorite movies are Goldfinger and Casino Royale. For you. What do your favorites I'm right with you, Mo. I mean Goldfinger and Casino Royale are right there at the top. I think from Russia with love, Doctor, No and Thunder ball are also very strong with me. Interestingly, I'm a fan of Roger's movie Octopussy. You know, even though it gets disparage the lodge from dressing like a clown, etcetera. I think it's ah, very, very exciting movie in many ways, in terms of Pierce Brosnan's films that by the way, I thought that Pierce Brosnan did a terrific job, and I think golden I The first one was probably the best. But even though everybody disparages Denise Richards, because she was in the world is not enough. I actually liked that film as well. And I thought she was a terrific nuclear scientists. I give kudos to do these for doing that role I have to say as we talk about villains and In adjacent way. I thought part of the problem of the struggles of the bond serious where the villains became or cartoonish as years went on and less believable, whereas the Daniel Craig villains made the more believable and more sinister. Would you agree with that? Yes, I would. Because the Daniel Craig movies have been mostly about international terrorism. I think that the crimes now are not megalomaniac guys taken over the world or blowing up the world. They're really about stories that we kind of pulled from our own newspapers. So m I six as a British intelligence outfit is operating in the real world. And I think that has made the Syriza's work a lot for the 21st century because you're absolutely right. No, the those kind of cartoonish villains. I don't think people want the same look, by the way, they're kind of getting those villains and all the superhero movie..

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Pierce Brosnan's Sons Paris and Dylan Named 2020 Golden Globe Ambassadors

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:34 sec | 3 years ago

Pierce Brosnan's Sons Paris and Dylan Named 2020 Golden Globe Ambassadors

"Pierce Brosnan sons have been chosen as glowed golden globe ambassadors are gonna be assisting with the glitzy awards ceremony the Hollywood foreign press association announcing this evening the twenty two year old Dylan and seventeen year old Perris Brosnan will assume the ambassador role for the seventy seventh annual golden globes awards in January previous ambassadors turns out the kids this is a kind of a thing it's only the with big daughters is yelling miss golden globe yeah it wrists elbows daughter you son elbow and Dwayne the rock Johnson's daughter Simone Garcia but this time it'll be Pierce Brosnan's

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New Zealand's PM Jacinda Ardern is on a climate change crusade

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:29 sec | 4 years ago

New Zealand's PM Jacinda Ardern is on a climate change crusade

"Ozzie an says climate change now is a major issue Zealand an mechanism to establish targets set in Jill beyond political cycles through zero carbon. We're working on that at the moment. But in the intervening period would seen we striving towards cabin neutrality by twenty fifty and the prime minister exclusively on Bloomberg TV she says, she's also watching China's growing influence in the Asia Pacific as are other nations there as firefighter fighters slowly gained more and more control of the California fires in the north. They have released a list of about one hundred people are still missing many in their eighties and nineties with dozens more unaccounted for forty eight dead there fifty-one statewide now 007 actor Pierce Brosnan is one of the people waiting to hear the fate of some seventy three thousand structures including his in danger. I have witnessed many phase in my community. And

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This Precious ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ Reunion Will Melt Your Heart: Pic

Memphis Morning News

00:32 sec | 4 years ago

This Precious ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ Reunion Will Melt Your Heart: Pic

"Of nice though, MRs Doubtfire reunion reunion. What does that mean? Well, Pierce Brosnan got together with the children who were stars of MRs Doubtfire all grown up. So they reunited twenty-five years later for a cast photo. Sally field was not in this. I know right. Matthew Lawrence Mara Wilson. And Lisa Jacka. They played the three children in that movie. Sellafield couldn't make it to the reunion dinner as she was on tour promoting her new book, and they were all interviewed by NBC's today. Four

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Avoid these food chemicals, pediatricians say

Bill Handel

02:06 min | 4 years ago

Avoid these food chemicals, pediatricians say

"Pulled along by a car the twenty four year old woman apparently fell about one thirty yesterday after getting separated from the car that, had been pulling our officials say alcohol may have contributed to the accident news is brought to, you by Unicom global studies. Leaving on a jet plane he's headed to Asia to lead a delegation of leaders from the ports of Los Angeles world airports and. The tourism and convention boards the group will spend the next ten days in Tokyo Seoul hokey, min city in Hong Kong working to strengthen relationships and boost, investment, in, tourism in LA China Japan Korea and Vietnam are LA's four leading trading partners and almost two million people from Asia. Visited LA last year alone the trip will be Garcetti's fifth out of, the state, in six, weeks Amy king KFI news right. Schering's one thing streaming it live is quite another hundreds of Uber riders, on the Saint Louis. Area apparently had no idea their conversations with the driver. Were not only being recorded they were being streamed. Live. To his Channel on the website twitch the driver Jason Gargano of fluorescent Missouri has been suspended from both Uber and lift Gaga said he was. Just trying to capture the natural interactions between himself and his passengers passengers CNN heard on the, feet include children drunk people some vomiting and people talking trash, about, friends, and relatives and even their bosses Michael KFI news a new report from the American Academy of pediatrics says food packaging. Can be bad for children plastics chemicals in cardboard food packaging and nitrates, and process, meats have, all been linked to worse immune. Systems and higher obesity risk the report also says cutting out synthetic food, coloring may reduce ADHD. Symptoms the pediatricians recommend eating less processed food and keeping. Plastics out of the microwave or dishwasher Has taken. The number two spot at the box office behind the latest Denzel Washington flake Washington's the equalizer, to begin almost thirty, six million, dollars over the weekend at the domestic box office mama Mia to featuring Meryl Streep Pierce Brosnan. And share was close behind with thirty four million rounding out the top. Three another sequel hotel Transylvania three eight of the top ten.

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Pierce Brosnan Adorably Celebrates 25 Years of Love With His Wife Keely Shaye Smith

Colleen and Bradley

02:59 min | 4 years ago

Pierce Brosnan Adorably Celebrates 25 Years of Love With His Wife Keely Shaye Smith

"This and a, lot of, hurt feelings are happening around, with close people that are close to the couple is particularly faiths son I think that's fair yeah that's fair as the kid you know, I think that that can be difficult for families to like find out after the, fact that people you cared about Ran off and got married I get how that can be hurtful. They, got married in their hotel. Room in. Vegas on Tuesday night even a yield wedding they didn't go to yield wedding chapel how do you get? Married and your in your hotel room you bring somebody bring, Justice of the, peace GMC says that they're told a number of friends. And family are so bitter that. Faith and Stevie will not be receiving wedding gifts oh I'm. Sure they'll be fine I can I just throw circle back to the fact that Bradley said it sounded what did, you, say about tacky you. Also, have to remember they're not, looking a, whole Joe like the the the hotel one that they're seeing the high roller suites it just sounds like your room Yeah I get. It though there's something about like Tell room that can sound. A little, bit sordid, between the two double beds you know that's the I'll want hotel rooms or at. The, television and you stand. In front of the The TV while you say your vows yeah I mean you know it's, not, my hotel room. That's true Pierce Brosnan and. His wife or celebrating twenty. Five years of marriage they've been all over the tabloids lately just. Like being in love and. Like mama, Mia here we go, that's why. So that's why so they're going to celebrate they've been together for. Twenty five years and it's. Just very sweet. They're, all about the PDA he says I love her vitality her passion she has the strength that I wouldn't be able. To live without when Keeley. Looks at me. I go week oh I know it's really can say that my favorite so. Sexy and, then say, that with his accent and it's over I know he totally is I love Pierce No Boy this Disney, sale they're going to buy, FOX and it's so much. Money you guys Comcast has officially dropped out of the bidding and so Disney. Has got. It so remind me. Again What part of, FOX because it's. Not all. Essentially it's twenty first Century Fox, it's the majority ownership and it's. All it's the movie studios it's basically. Everything. But the, local Fox Sports, networks so like here it's, Fox Sports north FSN Disney. Is paying seventy one point three billion dollars cash and stock so that means it would. No long wait so But Murdoch's then would no longer owned FOX or do. They even now, no yes they do and it's. The Murdoch family, executive yeah totally. It's huge. It's huge huge money they're going, to own everything Disney get ready..

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Denzel Washington, Stellan Skarsgard and Christine Baranowski Julie Walters Pierce Brosnan discussed on Rush Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh

01:28 min | 4 years ago

Denzel Washington, Stellan Skarsgard and Christine Baranowski Julie Walters Pierce Brosnan discussed on Rush Limbaugh

"The TV series and continuing from two thousand fourteen predecessor Denzel Washington. Stars is retired CIA operative who gets back in, the game, when one, of his, close friends, is brutally murdered factions ruler, also stars Pedro PASCAL Ashton Sanders. Melissa Leo and Bill Pullman Ten. Years later the attitudes, are back in the romantic comedy, mama Mia, here we go again sequel to the two thousand eight film based on the, musical this time the action, flashes back, to show how Meryl Streep's Donna arrived on the island matter three suitors and raised her daughter is a single parent Christine Baranowski Julie Walters Pierce Brosnan Stellan Skarsgard. Colin Firth Dominic Cooper and Amanda Cypriot returned from the original joined by. Newcomers share and Andy Garcia and the found footage wars sequel unfriendly dark web is also out when a twenty something gets his hands on a new laptop that's full of mysterious files during a video conference, call with his friends he finds out that they're spyware and that the laptops owner is watching and once the computer back. Collingwood would l. Rebecca Witten house Betty Gabriel and Andrew Lees star. Still in theaters are hotel Transylvania three and man, and the, wasp skyscraper, being credible, to Andranik, world fallen kingdom and that That's your weekend box office preview. On iheartradio Water's. Just backed forest Alexa play KOA on iheartradio Here you go.

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'Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again': Abba returns

Sean Hannity

01:11 min | 4 years ago

'Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again': Abba returns

"Sequel heavy weekend starting with equalizer to based on the TV series and continuing from its two thousand. Fourteen predecessor Denzel Washington stars is a retired CIA operative who gets back in the game when one of his close friends is, brutally, murdered, actions roller also, stars, Pedro, PASCAL Ashton Sanders Melissa Leo and Bill Pullman Ten years later, the ABA tunes are back in, the romantic, comedy mama Mia here we go again sequel to the two thousand eight film, based on the musical this, time the, action flashes back to show how Meryl Streep's Donna arrived on the island three suitors and raised her daughter is a single parent Christine Baranowski Julie Walters Pierce Brosnan. Stellan Skarsgard Colin Firth Dominic Cooper and Amanda ciphered return from the original. Joined by newcomers share and Andy Garcia and the found footage wars sequel unfriendly dark web is also out when it twenty something gets his hands on a new laptop that's full of mysterious files during a. Video conference call with his friends he, finds, out that, they're spyware and that the laptops owner is watching and once the computer back Collingwood l. Rebecca Witten. House Betty Gabriel and Andrew Lees star still in theaters are hotel Transylvania..

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