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"ridley scott" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

03:51 min | Last month

"ridley scott" Discussed on Bigmouth

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Alexander Mikaberidze takes us through the history of the Napoleonic era

Based On a True Story

03:18 min | Last month

Alexander Mikaberidze takes us through the history of the Napoleonic era

"Let's start by setting up the hoof the two main characters that we see throughout the movie are gabrielle. Farrow and our montebourg who are both lieutenants in napoleon's army. Were they real people. Kind of the story of you're a ridley scott chose direct a screenplay drafted from ninety seven availa from the famous author joseph conrad but away the noble a was published as dual in britain. But it was kind of the point. Honorary night it stays and you can still find the first edition of in used. Bookstores and condo story was supposedly inspired by this real duels olga. He clearly to liberties facts and the story was about the duel between two officers of napoleonic army. The historical individuals of peer won't The town and francois leotard lavazza. Who became ill baer and finkel in the movie and both of them are very collar for the interesting individuals. Do point was born in chaban as in shock and in western france in seventeen sixty five like many of his generation. He first saw action I military action. During the french revolutionary. Wars in fact he fought that battle. Volney really important. Battled all of the then. He served in the rhineland and by seventeen ninety seven. He's already a general so he would have been all league thirty two years old and a general widely respected for his Martial abilities He supported napoleon in seventeen ninety nine when that general sees power to our and then he couponing pollyanna campaigns. All is distinguishing himself. I mean he. This guy was quite successful in quite capable. Man fought at morongo for that Allback where he he did. Do really remarkable defense with barely five thousand man. He was able to stop and australia. That was five times larger and then he earned accolades for he's exported. Ooh macron's rheinland in the sauna zone and with such a stellar record. He had much to expect from the future of maybe even marshal's baton right as new polian savings says every soldier right in. My army carries marshals. Donen in these anyone could carry. It probably will Dupont was one of them but it all changing in eighteen eight. Napoleon sent dupont you. Spain with motley crue of a of the provisional battalions new new recruits swiss troops. That wayne pressed into service. No one over. Dick league cited fighting and he's tasked was to secure the southern region of of spain and initial successes. He found himself surrounded by the largest army and in the remarkable decision affected. He's entire life. Dupont decided to surrender with some eighteen thousand men at violin in the news of this french. Defeat him in the worse than they surrender right but shock europe. Napoleon is range. Dupont is sent to court martial deprived of his rank and his title kashir and then sent to a military installation into to be imprisoned there for the rest of the only any wars

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Kevin Macdonald, Ridley Scott Join Forces For Another 'Life In A Day'

Morning Edition

03:39 min | 2 months ago

Kevin Macdonald, Ridley Scott Join Forces For Another 'Life In A Day'

"The world to participate in making a documentary 10 years ago, along with the producer Ridley Scott. He blended scenes that people sent in from their lives on a single day in July, 2010. Now, 10 years later, they're doing it again. Here's NPR's Avery Keathley. It begins with a tempest, lightning flashes and thunder rumbles as we see Mother's going into labor and giving birth starts in the middle of the night. The sequence of babies being born because often that subsequent babies aboard Kevin MacDonald directed the crowd sourced documentary life in a day 2020. It's a sequel to 20 tens life in a day. MacDonald asked people around the world to film their lives for one day and submit it to make a sort of time Capsule of life on July 25th 2020. Received 324,000 videos from 192 countries. Now most notable Equilar scenes and montages follow the days are from early morning through night. Waking, cooking, working, mundane human things. The film follows the guy chasing trains a woman trying to conceive a man with a little white dog choosing these great moments. He's fascinating characters. How do I weave them together to form something that flows and where you sort of feel like you've traveled through? Not just a day, but of all of human experience. The film tracks familiar narrative themes, birth and death, celebration and sorrow, love and loss. But one theme was inescapable in 2020, when we would talk about it in March, we naively thought that maybe lockdowns might be over by July. Producer Jack are but not also produced the original life in a day. I'd always been really keen to know what had become of the people who were in the original film has the pandemic kicked off began to feel like there was an even better reason to revisit it. Suzanne Lucas submitted footage to the original life in a day. She filmed her teenage son, Alexander, not quite wanting to get out of bed. In 2020 Suzanne rolls the camera while watching her clip from 2010. That was my son 10 years ago on the original life in a day I'm going to show you my son now and then I turn the camera. To my son's earn and where I have his everything set up and said, This is my son. Now he's here with me forever home. Was gonna be harder than I thought. Suzanne son, Alexander Lucas died in February 2020 due to complications from covert 19. The film is dedicated to him when you lose your child, and he was my only child, your mind is very cruel to you sometimes, but I had this fear that if anything happened to me, then he would really be gone forever because it's the memories that I have that keep him here now. And by having this film this beautiful film of the year 2020 dedicated to Alexander. At least now I know He'll be remembered even when I'm not here anymore. It gave me a sense of peace that I never thought I would have. Director Kevin MacDonald reflects on the days emotional range. The roller coaster of this film is the kind of rollercoaster of life we know It's gonna have difficult moments. We know it's gonna have dark bits, but Also it can have and for most people does have moments of incredible happiness. Enjoy life in a day. 2020 reminds us that no matter the year each day holds promise. Every cutely

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"ridley scott" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

04:29 min | 7 months ago

"ridley scott" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

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Coronavirus: Disney delays blockbuster films due to pandemic

CNBC's Fast Money

00:59 min | 9 months ago

Coronavirus: Disney delays blockbuster films due to pandemic

"Disney just now. Announcing delays to its film schedule in light of ongoing Peter Closures, as well as production shutdowns, the studio announcing that Mulan dated for August Twenty first it had already been delayed. Multiple Times is now unsettling, saying they're quote. Pausing release plans as they assess how they can most effectively bring this film to audiences around the world, the company also announcing that they are currently the all currently scheduled Avatar and star wars films have been moved out by one year and other film set for release. The later this year have been pushed back as well including a searchlight film, the personal history of David Copperfield pushing back by two weeks to August, twenty eighth, and then the Ridley. Ridley Scott Drama the last duel it was set for Christmas Day of the year is now being delayed to October of twenty twenty one see Disney. Shares are trading down one percent in after hours, trading as this increasingly looks like it could be a wash for movie studios Melissa. We still don't know when theaters will really fully be open again here in the

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Lawrence Wright on Researching a (Fictional) Pandemic

The Book Review

08:58 min | 1 year ago

Lawrence Wright on Researching a (Fictional) Pandemic

"Last book was God Save Texas Nonfiction. I believe there was a play in between and now this just curious how you go from one project to the next and and forgive me if I skipped a project that may have been in between as well years ago. I made a resolution that I would only do things that were important or fun. Was you know the state of confusion about what I wanted to do with my life and I thought I as a journalist I like to be on the important stories of the day but I also realized that it didn't want to give up things that really joyful and so those are the polls stars of my career and I think is sort of understandable that I would now be working on a musical but you know if you take those as your pulse stars in. I think you can have a pretty interesting career. Are they ever important and fun? Yes this book was. I know it sounds you know is is is a rather bleak book but I really had a wonderful time researching it and going into the world of of public health in all these swashbuckling intellectuals I just admire them so much so I I really had a good time working on this book. All right I'm going to cut to the chase and let everyone know who doesn't know already that the end of October is a fictional story of a pandemic so before we get into more about it and want to go back again to the origin stories. You've said that the director Ridley Scott Asks you a question after Reading Cormac. Mccarthy's the road and that that was your inspiration. What was the question? And when did he ask this? When were you sitting around with Ridley Scott talking about this? This was a decade ago and he is questioned was what happened because Cormac didn't say anything. About what event or of nature had brought civilization to heal? So I started thinking about what could do that and of course I thought about nuclear war but I was a young reporter covering diseases out of the Center for Disease Control in one thousand nine hundred ninety six. There's a swine flu outbreak in the legionnaires disease and I had become enchanted with that world and the courage and ingenuity of the people that I found there and so I thought it'd be an interesting place to find a hero because I felt that those people that I met were really heroic and that disease had been underestimated as a problem for our society in modern times. So Ridley Scott ask you this question about a decade ago and you had been thinking about it because you had reported on disease over the years. When did you actually start working on? This novel really never made the movie. So like Mr Destiny of so many projects in Hollywood and about in two thousand seventeen. I've been thinking about this story. Still is in my mind so I decided I would go back and work on work on. It is a knock and this time I would dive into the research even more deeply and let the story emerged more naturally rather than cinematic -ly so that's that's how the novel got started. You are such a master your master of many forms but I love your nonfiction so much. There's so much research material in this. Did you think maybe there should be nonfiction? I DID CONSIDER WRITING ABOUT MORE DISEASES. But you know it already had an imaginary character and a world which it was said. I got attracted to the idea of tempting it as a novel. It seemed a challenge for me and I wanted to see if I could do it. Who WAS THAT IMAGINARY CHARACTER? Will the name of my heroes? Henry Parsons in the late. Nineteenth Century in England. There was another influence of outbreak and a young epidemiologist named Henry. Parsons was the first to prove that it was caused by contagion and not by my asthma's in the environment you know. He's totally forgotten figure. But I decided to tip my hat to him and name my character. Henry Parsons he is a man whose life has been touched rather savagely by disease and works out of the Center for Disease. Control where I had done by early reporting. And he's an epidemiologist who's confronted many diseases in the past but has always known that there was one awaiting him. There was going to be the big challenge so the CDC is in Atlanta Georgia and the United States. But this novel the breakout begins elsewhere. You have it really kind of take hold in Mecca. Why did you choose to do that? We'll after nine eleven when I was working on my book looming tower. The Saudis wouldn't let me in as a reporter so I got a job. I was mentoring young reporters at the Saudi Gazette in Jeddah which had bin Laden's hometown and one of my very first jobs was to supervise their coverage of the Hodge and I was was not allowed to go to Mecca myself but I was in communication every day with my reporters and I was very struck at the time about the hazard of gathering of people in one place from all over the world and having every year some disease arises sometimes more than one and there's an epidemic in Mecca and then people get on airplanes and they fly home. Well you know what if it was something really dangerous suppose it was like the nineteen eighteen flu. That was in my gosh even when I was living in Saudi Arabia enter the CA-. Golly flew right. This is her fictional virus. Tell us about that sickness. And how did you come to describe what this flu would be like? Why a flu even influence is unconquered. It's the great killer it every year. We lose maybe you know fifty thousand people to influence a very dangerous disease. Clever in a way in that has always mutating. And you never know what's going to show up the next year. I mean the the fluid self that comes every year is sort of a descendant of that nineteen eighteen original Spanish flu right. That's correct Pamela. We're right now. The seasonal flu is H. One IN ONE. Which is the strain that killed between fifty and one hundred million people in nineteen eighteen? And I said as a young reporter I had done stories out of the Center for Disease Control but one of them in nineteen seventy six was a sudden outbreak of h one in one which is what public health officials had been dreading their entire careers. And it was a young man of recruit in Army Base Fort Dix in New Jersey. David Lewis suddenly after a Long March. Came back to the barracks in died. They examined the tissues discovered. It was h one n one Tremendous panic took place in. I win all over talking to people in Fort Dix and enter the members of David Lewis is family and so on the big mystery was he was the only one who died and yet you know there was this in national vaccine program and it became kind of catastrophe for Gerald Ford because people got sick from the vaccine. It was just a total mess but hanging over this was peculiar FAC fifty. Two hundred million people died you know a century ago and then only one and then in two thousand nine to the H. One in one came back as a pandemic and it was more like seasonal flu in his still with us but the the question I had was what would happen if something like the nineteen eighteen flu brand new novel virus came into our culture. How would we handle? It will be better prepared than our ancestors were in one thousand nine hundred eighteen and so the the flu that I create Congolese is really modeled on that. Old Virus one that came out in nineteen eighteen. It was also a hemorrhagic fever. You know there was no resistance to it in the population. I actually created a template that is based on the progress of the flu in Nineteen Eighteen. So in the novel the fluid advances across the globe. It pretty much mirrors. What was going on in nineteen eighteen?

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Quarantine Chat with the Reel Screeners

Talk Nerdy to Me

05:52 min | 1 year ago

Quarantine Chat with the Reel Screeners

"I have been I literally about fifteen twenty minutes ago watched the last episode of the Second Season of altered carbon which was released about a month ago or so on Netflix But I hadn't seen the first season so I spent a long time watching the first season. The second season finally finished it and man This is such a dense and such a layered Show it's a show that demands your undivided attention. It's a show that is It I liked the first season better than the second season. I have to say Agreem- you've seen you've seen the first season troy right. Yeah I really liked the per season the second season wasn't as compelling for me. I about halfway through it and if I don't finish it I'M NOT GONNA be upset so it was thinking about this. You know It's a lot. It was a lot to think about in just twenty minutes and I came up with you know the the reason I think the first season is stronger is because it has a lot more intrigue and things to discover This is a show that has a lot of twists and turns. And I like it for that reason So it's it's think think I like the first season to like Ridley Scott Particularly like blade runner and alien and then the second season is GonNa like in. The second season is more like a. Wachowski which house key brothers with like the Matrix. Although both seasons have you know characteristics or tones that you know we can compare to the Matrix but basically it's a Scifi show There's also anime. Anime influences in there A lot of ghost in the shell and so the premise of the show. For those of you that have not seen it Basically in the future Every human who was born can download their consciousness into a little chip that they call stack. And so basically you never die because as long as that stack is okay you you can just be put into a different body. Which in the show they call sleeves and it's a show about power struggles in. It's like it's like a detective story as well. And it has some film war elements In the new season in the second season Anthony Mackie who plays Falcon in the avengers? A key plays the main character. Takeshi batch. is his name Good acting all throughout a solid a storyline. The second season just falls kinda short for me a little bit because it just got a little convoluted and it's just really hard to follow at times because there's so much information and that's my my feeling about it but overall if you're a Scifi fan and you like the Matrix and you like you know really Scott Material James Cameron stuff. You should watch altered carbon in my opinion the I think the I think the second season. Kinda has that sophomore slumping. The first season is grabs you. Because it's all new. This is stuff you haven't seen before and then the second season you're already use that stuff that the interest in the first season so the second season asked to really step it up keep that same level of excitement and Like you said I mean the second season great acting cinematography was was good. It just is not a new concept commanding anymore. And I'm just Kinda Ma- about the second season I was that made me. They wrote themselves into a corner or anything. Like maybe over thinking it and trying to be a little too crazy. I think it's just more of the same from the first season and it just it doesn't look raise. The bar from the first season is just as good as the first season but the first season was groundbreaking heard exactly. I think it's just like rehashing. The first and then again I just felt like there was more to look forward to like more surprises. The twist and turns were like more. I Dunno engaging I guess an an and I think that the second season followed the love story a little too much. There's a love story at the center of the second season and dine those love stories hidden away the action fat. It's just that it wasn't the bogus of the first one. As much I guess as as it was the second season and I think that kind of detracted from other fun aspects for me. But that's just the way I felt anyway that in this whole thing with the sleeves It can be the same character played by a different actor. Sometimes that's hard to follow from season to season because you went from you know. I can't remember the actor from the first season to Anthony. Mackie completely different. Look but in your mind you have to make that connection the same guy from the same guy. Yeah so the actor in the first season was played by Joel Kinman But yeah like that's another point. That's a very good point because you have the same personality the same mind but in a different body and that happens a lot so you. It's hard to keep track of okay. No very cerebral. You had to pay attention while you're watching it. In fact had told me yesterday he was like it's one of those shows where you know like the Matrix you have to be stuck to every single word or else you're gonNA something vinyl. Yes yes but you know what overall I liked it I I gotta say that I enjoyed it. I enjoyed it overall. But anyway if you've already watched everything else on that flicks you go ahead and watch that second season the first season definitely you should watch

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Commemoration of 'Blade Runner'

The Frame

06:28 min | 1 year ago

Commemoration of 'Blade Runner'

"Welcome to the frame. I'm John Horn nearly four decades ago. The Ridley Scott Film Blade runner was released used. The movie is set in Los Angeles in November two thousand nineteen and to commemorate the date micro the arts and entertainment editor at our website site. Elliot's put together an oral history of the nineteen eighty two film. I spoke with Mike about the physical production of the movie and why it's nighttime setting was integral to its filming. Mike began by briefly. recapping the movie. You know it's a fascinating story. A set in twenty one thousand nine Los Angeles the Far Future. Sure and they're trying to hunt down. androids have gone bad. Basically now making blade runner was not an easy process. And if you notice anything about bladerunner owner it's almost always at night. So why is the nighttime look of blade runner central to the story when the big reasons was because they shot and most of it on the back. Lot Of Warner Brothers you know. They had looked at scouting in Chicago and New York. And we're talking about maybe shooting in Hong Kong or Mexico City. Whatever the cities they had in mind but I ended up just because of cost now working outs and so they said we're gonNA shoot this on the back? Lot and Ridley Scott's big idea was well we make night you know you never know what's beyond the edges of this. This shot you especially. They also add that filter of rain in every scene. So that sorta covered up things and you could imagine a bigger world out there than just a few streets on a back lot doc. I WANNA play a clip from Sydney mead. Who is the visual futurist for the movie where he talks about the inspiration and coming up with the design of the city in the film primarily from Chicago Chicago and New York because they're grid cities and New York already had buildings? You know over one thousand feet. Well they embark stayed building and So I thought well well let's add another thousand feet or so so I had this vision of these incredible tall buildings. So he's talking about the kind of the verticality of the city. How how do they end up creating that? Because you can't really build thousand foot tall buildings you know this was before we had huge. CGI level is just models. They were doing specially the famous opening in the movie. Show these smokestacks and that's not really how future Los Angeles turned out. But they created this using small models and look. I think having having that dark shot at night look having the rain covering things up. You never really know this. The seems within and creates an amazing visual a fair and when the film is coming together there's a a lot of conversation about acid rain and pending environmental problems. Obviously the world is a much more dangerous place today owing to climate change so in terms of like the setup for the story it feels like they were really right about the degradation of the planet. And how that would affect the story that they were telling you know. They really were thinking about the environment. It was a different problem though because acid rain. You know it's something that doesn't get talked about in the same way because that isn't the issue we're facing now. We just found ourselves with many any other environmental problems over the years But the talking to the screenwriter Hampton. fancher the thing that really drove him in writing the screenplay was concerned about the environment he really wanted to focus on that That's the reason why you have. That constant rain throughout the film blade runner became very iconic part of that film and It sort of gives a little bit of weight to what you're seeing in this sort of crazy science fiction film. We're talking with Mike Rowe about blade runner and its depiction of Los Angeles in two thousand. Nineteen it's fair to say that the finishing of the movie did not go smoothly. In fact Ridley Scott. The director lost the film and Harrison. Ford was called back back to do what we you and I can agree with a terrible narrations so what happened and why Harrison Ford so bad in the narration and that he gives over the movie you know they were already running over budgets from making the sets on the back lot Su Trying to create this big imagination the Ridley Scott had the thing that really really send them over. The edge was there is potentially going to be a director strike from the directors guild. It never ended up happening but they have the shoot two weeks film in one week so they had to pay overtime and shoe basically twenty four seven so instead the rights of the film. Take me from Ridley. Scott's producer. Bud York and broaden his own screenwriter to write narration. Help explain things and basically dumb it down because he didn't think audiences with get it's so Harrison Ford intentionally tanked the he tried to be as boring and stiff as possible But it didn't work because they ended up making it in the movie that made it to theaters in the movie ended up being kind of a bomb at first and yet a gets a new life. So how did blade runner get. Its Own Redo you know it was a film that really Scott. I think really cared about other people worked on it really cared about The Warner Brothers did a showing of a work print of the movie without the narration. And sort of getting people talking and then about ten years later There was a piece in the La Times were they ended up reaching now then helped spur more exciting movie. Directors cut came out without the narration. Eventually the on Blu Ray had the final cut which are released got came out. and Actually Warner Warner Brothers. Actually pay for extra special effects. Finish up never got done in the original no narration. And it's sort of created this thing that everybody is able to love without the bad parts so maybe blade runner wasn't quite right about androids. Maybe it wasn't quite right about flying cars but looking at it today. What do you think that got right about where we are today? I think they did capture the big city feel. That was going to calm. That wasn't quite there yet you know. They're looking at Asian influences. There's a lot of Japan influence it's in the original picture. you know one thing that I talked to some of the creators about that. They felt they really nailed. Was the difference between the sort of class warfare. Talking about like the Rich folks in this world had left the planets and left behind Poor people behind them and so there was love Considering that you know we have still Some some of these issues that we're facing also some of acknowledges still close I talked with Sid Mead About the androids and he was saying he really thinks that we're in maybe ten years. We're going to have androids like they had them blade runner You know he is giving examples of various robots that are already out there these robots join. Exactly look anthropomorphic. But they can. They can jump over a one meter high barrier in motion land and actually do backflips So you never know we might be right around the corner. And you don't know I could be an Android android doing this interview. I assume you are

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Lady Gaga set to star in Ridley Scott's Gucci family murder film

Doug Stephan

01:34 min | 1 year ago

Lady Gaga set to star in Ridley Scott's Gucci family murder film

"Now god yeah has popped up in the movie land again she's landed her next role as she did so well in a star is born she's going to star in an upcoming film from Ridley Scott about the Gucci family member the Gucci Gucci Gucci Gucci in the gritty brand still big I'll yeah yeah god has got to play by treat C. R. IDG I'm ray JI on me with the ex wife moma read CO Gucci who is driving a big hit of organizing her ex-husband's assassination thank served eighteen years in jail right now yes good deal I think this is like a really interesting story yeah memories here I do daughters with that for three D. average yeah and he left his when your dog say the name right now all right do you have any see they had a brain tumor removed her children blinded for her actions the media took a darker view of her during the affair depicting her as a hot blooded woman scorned endeavoring are now Black Widow the twenty nine years got out of jail eighteen years later who's that that badly likes the idea of this movie that was a huge **** off and a really good so the book the movie is based on the book by Serra gave Fortin the house of Gucci a sensational story of murder madness grammar and green Geiger's playing patriot C. R. A. G. on

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"ridley scott" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

13:00 min | 1 year ago

"ridley scott" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"This episode bringing you an exclusive conversation from the grand reopening of the DJ's Los Angel- of the reopening celebrations directors. John Farrow Michael Man and Betty Tom this each personally selected a film for the theatre's inaugural screenings the screening of Mr Fava's selection Ridley Scott's final cut of his nineteen ninety-two sci-fi drama. blade runner was followed by a discussion between the two directors about the making of this now classic film the congratulations on this theater. That sounds fantastic. Let's net wonderful green picture too that would have been embarrassing after that big introduction if it didn't look good house is pretty good name Oh yeah I I think it's benefited from the fact that he did we're discussing before the fact that he was convinced that he wasn't a replicant in the film is good as an actor because you want your actor to to buy into the reality of character buys into yeah but he would he believed he wasn't in replicant you still don't believe is so we're we're also talking about so this is the what do we call this the final cut or the what's the what's this one referred to so many versions of lost count but this is the last one and the first one that we saw in theatres had the narration and had the ending was changed much like with if you remember they happened to Terry Gilliam with Brazil they I guess they decided upbeat ending would be more commercial for both of them but to me it would I don't know how I enjoyed it as much as I as I did because now that with this version it's really like Swiss watch the way it all fits together and pays off and and I was amazed at how well it it held up it felt like it could have just been shot so that's really a testament the let's start with the is it just is intriguing to me as a just studying another filmmaker clearly there's so much about the is there's the the subtlety of the kick you know what I'm talking about his reflection in the eyes of this is pre digital so the only other time I saw is kick like that was in two thousand one with that front projection with the with the the big cat that was chasing them and that was because the retina was kicking APSO technically I'm intrigued with the idea of the reflectively of the eyes of the replicates in the owl and there's even a hint of it with Harrison Ford I wonder how much of that intentional and then also the guy is making the eyes and the and Terrell wore those big thick glasses that that was clearly a choice how did How did that all come together because it was different from what was in the source material with Philip K Dick where we're decker is not a replica so could you walk me through the creative process of how you as a filmmaker came to that was a lot of little decisions was that something you set out to do from the beginning it's like anything you know he's in one owner and if you don't watch it the end up the other Corny Donna how you got that but this was such a complex story in the Philip K Dick's story do androids dream is inordinately complex the nineteen major stories the first twenty pages so you know with Hampton fancher who's the righter who distilled the the book very complex book into a film for himself and so he'd written a very nice screenplay but very internalize and very vape semis version of how the whole thing took place in an apartment it was a love story and it was about the hunter and the the Corey had formed love and I read it and I was very taken with Hamptons writing at this particular slant of sean how we worked and thought and so we got together and they upshot wars I said love thing I love I'll do it but when a decade steps out a side oh I've got to see a world that supports that you can actually have replication replicans and it just grew exponentially so the is I figured the replicas we didn't want the word robot are humanoid journey we we got the word from replication in I'm coming out David Webb peoples daughter was working in genetics and one morning she said you know I'm working this replication replicant Seville went boom that's it again so each ripkin had to be distilled into something about them that you saw recognizable and got to be in the eyes this is very pre pre digital work but just shows the miraculous job the Doug trumbull does smoke and mirrors and what I said I need to get something in the I I don't WanNa glowing eyes I want something would come and go but we'll get your attention she said let me think about that and I think it was doug worked with that we take a glass which is a half mirror pieces of glass it's mounted in front of the camera so I've got a camera and I'm turning it the subject here your retina is the most sensitive thing on your body I can announce retina is mass the repair because you can see in the dark but in a darker magnetic fine small light and shine it in your eyes and I can photograph your retina which defy the light bounces back that stuff called three industries depending free your your retinas way better than free 'em so the mirror which is going to have one side and clear yes I saw the cameras shooting Straits you've got a small in those as we used to call an inky dinks or a pup and you just dial up the top so it starts to reflect into us at okay and see the back of the eye and so that's open so we're photographing strategy through the Lens into their bounced back remarkable and when Harrison Ford catches a little bit to that as well was that something that was a happy replicant very good and Tim O. Let's talk about you're working with you because it is a although it's a singular vision it does require a team of people and and part of I think what's fascinating about this film is is the is the visual language that was developed in some ways very classic with photography I mean some of that feels like it could be listen Cain with the shafts of light in that composition and the classicism of the German expressionism of film noir captured all of that but then there's also this really forward looking production design where the the choices that you made in from what I understand some of them were even from set pieces that you had inherited from from Francis Coppola somehow you put all of this together built things worked within the parameters that were required for for physical effects with Douglas Trumbull and and the and the effects team but yet you came up with this incredibly cohesive vision of the future that still remains coercion and and still is being referenced why in Anatomy and in film by from several generations because it's not just people like me who grew up with the film but it's people of me children's generation that are still echoing that out and I think you could draw direct line through the Matrix to what's going on today could you talk about that process and and how you came to this visual everything needs team and sometimes you get great teams and I had a mass amount of time before I made my first summer muscle does forty didn't make a film class forty my experience all came off a huge giant amount of commercials in those days that shoot one hundred questions here personally and they weren't just little tabletop things sometimes quite big salon everything now Linda about operate as operating all the commercials so my first some of the whole thing alien was born camera operator all of alien I wasn't allowed to do that coming to Hollywood because of into a different world I'd never uh filming Hollywood before and of course the unions right year Romney step in the way of not certain things to happen you can argue about that one later okay not going to go further than that but but to my experience commercials I know who's a great costume designer who's a great cameraman who's a great operator I mean like the back of my hand and so I had been very used to supremely good film units and so I- hunted down the best cameraman to meet that particular point which Jordan corn with who wasn't very well at the time you know that and I just figured he had to be the guy because with him he would bring this incredible team of guys and that I was right in that respect Charles no did the warriors and the wardrobe fantastic costume with him is systems Michael Capital things does stall listen now Larry poll you know Larry Larry around here but Larry had this unfortunate task fundamentally designer I was trained as a designer and now was before it became director for Larry sandwiched between me and said Mead and I've tracked through his books on Sid comes in who's assist in around I believe so given talks recently could you talk a lot about Sydney 'cause he's a he's an interesting puzzle here because he's a few really future just an andrew mostly vehicles but but then it became so much more when he would actually be asked to go and visit Scandinavia you look at the next two or three or four years targets for the next Saab so you sit there designing solve a few months Scandinavia being very all paid the future think sit down syndrome is all future thing he's talking about what's going to happen to parking meters what's going to happen to cities into city all stuff was fascinating and what sid can do which I always thought because I'm an art school product school said GonNa sit there and tree with garage door drawings that come up like photographs and so what's it do that so then I'd draw draw and Larry was in the Middle Poor boss having to build it so okay so we then we wreck he'd Hong Kong SAR in France couldn't afford it so it's gotta be backlot so I think it was the the student changed him back on Amazon then was that one's backlog or was it Columbia was it the valley down the slope I right that's warner that'd be Warner Brothers so I walked around this a lot and we were standing there taking photographs and with with said every side click click click click it's laid out ought department said literally goes often paints over what exists to utilize the background is how evil it's really quite wonderful and you inherited the the neon from from one from the heart no is still living I could get so it's efficiency but yet using everything that you could to get the most of production value on the screen without but it doesn't look like I mean whether that's the same thing tissues in all the Corman movies but it's not quite so surprising to hear that in those films but here it feels like everything was custom made for the vision and that's a real testament to you and your and your team could you talk.

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"ridley scott" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"ridley scott" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

"You have to forget that his name is Ridley Scott and talk to him like, he's a person. Like, I have to talk to you like, you're just Adam Adam Savage, I watch dozens of our due to. And get in there. Because what what the you know, he needed someone to talk with about it. And I heard almost the identical thing Damon Lindelof friend Damon said the same thing about working with him who slag, you know, he got all the he said he got the fed boy stuff out of the way. Gotta get no interest in it. One of the many lovely things released like when you when you sit and you meet with him in his beautiful offices in the coffee comes he'll pour you a Cup of coffee. He will port for you. And I think it's it's nothing he does on purpose. But like the effective is like I am going to now. Can we be done really get it over the we're now going to have a conversation where I need someone to write for me. Are you someone who graph who I can talk with and hey, we got underway. Well. Ashdown a story later. I have a question I'm curious if in the process of working really on the script for twenty forty nine if there are aspects of blade runner that became aluminum, the original the Bikinians luminated for you in ways, you didn't expect eliminated ruined all those. Well, one thing you get to ask a lot about a process, and you know, obviously, I'm hearing his version of things it's it's it's a legendary movie for a lot of reasons. And I think we all love it for many of those reasons, but you're hearing one indelible opinion short, so 'cause I I'm one of the people in very strange position where I've heard the same story from Harrison Ford's perspective too, and they don't line up. But it's just one of those truth, objectively like they're all true every every stories true from what angle or another. But yet what you realize like, you know, you really start getting back to that soft more seminar stuff about Oriole intent and doesn't mean anything because there are things he Bill Ridley believes about that movie to be true or not true that you cannot convince him otherwise. But you can't say for certain, right? But I did know that I now had to own those things too. Which is interesting. So you had to take them on you have to take those things on and well, you know, my my joke about later in the room. Decker destroy dinger's cop. Like he has to be both replicant and human in every moment because you can't just. One shouldn't decide. Well, so this actually brings up an interesting point. Because I I remember the first time I saw twenty forty nine. I was lucky enough because I had visited the set that they I got to see it in a very small Dobie small theater down there in LA. And I remember that's where I saw for first time all the way through to that sound as still the best sound. I've yet has a really because it's small it's like it's it was missed either. Yeah. Delightful preferred. But I remember watching watching the first scene unfold with the amazing, Dave, Batista. And when he says something about killing your own kind. I thought oh, oh, we're taking stallion flagging. Flagging the groom will. Hello. I wondered was totally emotionless Gary much just to set the expectation. You know, you you have to you go into it thinking..

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"ridley scott" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"ridley scott" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"You have to forget that his name is Ridley Scott and talk to him like, he's a person. Like, I have to talk to you like, you're just Adam Adam Savage, I watch dozens of our due to. And get in there. Because what what the you know, he needed someone to talk with about it. And I heard almost the identical thing Damon Lindelof friend Damon said the same thing about working with him who slag, you know, he got all the he said he got the fed boy stuff out of the way. Gotta get no interest in it. One of the many lovely things released like when you when you sit and you meet with him in his beautiful offices in the coffee comes he'll pour you a Cup of coffee. He will port for you. And I think it's it's nothing he does on purpose. But like the effective is like I am going to now. Can we be done really get it over the we're now going to have a conversation where I need someone to write for me. Are you someone who graph who I can talk with and hey, we got underway. Well. Ashdown a story later. I have a question I'm curious if in the process of working really on the script for twenty forty nine if there are aspects of blade runner that became aluminum, the original the Bikinians luminated for you in ways, you didn't expect eliminated ruined all those. Well, one thing you get to ask a lot about a process, and you know, obviously, I'm hearing his version of things it's it's it's a legendary movie for a lot of reasons. And I think we all love it for many of those reasons, but you're hearing one indelible opinion short, so 'cause I I'm one of the people in very strange position where I've heard the same story from Harrison Ford's perspective too, and they don't line up. But it's just one of those truth, objectively like they're all true every every stories true from what angle or another. But yet what you realize like, you know, you really start getting back to that soft more seminar stuff about Oriole intent and doesn't mean anything because there are things he Bill Ridley believes about that movie to be true or not true that you cannot convince him otherwise. But you can't say for certain, right? But I did know that I now had to own those things too. Which is interesting. So you had to take them on you have to take those things on and well, you know, my my joke about later in the room. Decker destroy dinger's cop. Like he has to be both replicant and human in every moment because you can't just. One shouldn't decide. Well, so this actually brings up an interesting point. Because I I remember the first time I saw twenty forty nine. I was lucky enough because I had visited the set that they I got to see it in a very small Dobie small theater down there in LA. And I remember that's where I saw for first time all the way through to that sound as still the best sound. I've yet has a really because it's small it's like it's it was missed either. Yeah. Delightful preferred. But I remember watching watching the first scene unfold with the amazing, Dave, Batista. And when he says something about killing your own kind. I thought oh, oh, we're taking stallion flagging. Flagging the groom will. Hello. I wondered was totally emotionless Gary much just to set the expectation. You know, you you have to you go into it thinking..

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Elaborate 'Alien' High School Production Gets Hollywood's Attention

The Truth About Money with Ric Edelman

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Elaborate 'Alien' High School Production Gets Hollywood's Attention

"Wife, a New Jersey high school's production of the nineteen Seventy-nine space horror film alien is getting praised from Hollywood. Brian shook has more the movie's director Ridley Scott wrote a letter to the drama department of north Bergen high school praising students for their imagination and determination. Actress Sigourney Weaver Senate video saying the play looked incredible. And the alien looked very real videos and photos of the play went viral with some three million hits on social media. Phil

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"ridley scott" Discussed on Talk Filmy to Me

Talk Filmy to Me

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"ridley scott" Discussed on Talk Filmy to Me

"I'm excited. I'll watch. I'm just a bit nervous. You know? When a film a Sikh who makes you nervous are faint. This makes me a little nervous, but bring it on. Yeah. I mean as I mean, we'll we'll talk about. So you who's in our fate chalet on butter and this. Yeah. If it's untouchable, I just think it's it's really hard to keep the narrative going when you mind go at dies. But also when when much time has passed and glad I really did. Push the envelope provision affects that Colosseum like they had to make that of computers back in the day when computers were very expensive. And there wasn't much about they had to invent the technology which would eventually become a cornerstone of most films so fairplay to Mr. Ridley Scott is back involved as you expect him to be which is great Russell Crowe's attached as well. Russell cry. I love him that he hasn't kept in the best of shape, and is he gonna be able to reprise the role in a west side. Not the go saw you could fuck an actor. He could probably pull it off. Even if he was ridiculous the overweigh. I'm really old because he can just somehow be so convincing. So maybe I'll die and less. Cautious optimism Joaquin Phoenix. He one of the best villain performances in cinema for me playing playing the villain in gladiator. Obviously he's dead as well now. So I mean, whoever these boots have absolutely massive shoes to fill all massive gladiator. Sandals. Shall we say? Actually, no use for this week streaming gyms Francis. Worn me. You told what to do anymore? Not by you or any man ever, again guess which kind of be plumb done suffering. His short visit upon Claire Underwood will be accepting what she deserves house of cards, obviously is one of the first on demand shows that net. Flicks producers, original content. They landed the big going Kevin Spacey, and it was a smash hit for a long time. And it's actually an sick season. And let's acknowledge that little elephant Nicole that he done some bad things and was completely removed from the TV show. In fact, this will come to light when there were about halfway through production of the sixth season, they decided to pose gather full decide what's the best action. I decided obviously was that Kevin's by. She should definitely not be of house ah cards season six and to start from scratch from that season onwards. That is why we have ever juiced number of episodes. I think number finished at eight and Claire was going to take the helm rub him. Ryan, go, a hope she got a massive payday, and that she has hate to lead and beat them main cost of this show. John coming in. Into this. Will you hype today? So a bit disappointed of how it's come to an end. I'm definitely still hyped. Yeah. Cautiously hyped I think because I love the work of Kevin Spacey. And I love his character in house of cards off in the first five series as being amazing. I'd say maybe peaked. I mean, it's been fairly consistently brilliant. I think but maybe it feels like it's run its course almost, but I was kind of excited to see how it went. Because obviously they've re now Frank Underwood's character and Robin white rights character. It's taken the home. And I've watched I f say so my gonna giving ruined for me Flynn E. Or is this a spoiler free. Well, this is going to be spoiled affray. So I basically give the premise I've I've been there since basically it's the sick season when we lost left house of cards. Frank was pretty much left literally high and dry, and he was about to lose the presidency to clay was about to be sworn in. He demanded as part of him stepping down that he would be pardoned as well as Doug because Doug at that point. It's been locked up for confessions of a bunch of crimes. I if you've watched the previous seasons, you know, exactly one talking about now house it caused picks up a short period of time afterwards, you know, how much I'm guessing roughly six months Frank has passed away. And that's that's enough..

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"ridley scott" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"ridley scott" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Yeah. And you can even say, Tim, Burton and Helena, Bonham Carter's just as human beings as their look. My rate Frankenstein in in the bride. Yep. Yeah. Nice buddy. I'm old your next puzzle. What says we mentioned Tim Burton one of the ones that I think the manically likes to go back to of Frankenstein. And that's a Ridley Scott, which you probably have a east one of his movies on your list. With. I there's Bladerunner with humanoids of. I forget what the call and the movie, and, but you know, you've got these of artificial humans, and yeah, just got the whole aspect of playing God and playing with science, and how far you know, does that go. And then also I mean, the whole the whole alien series is started to turn into that whole aspect is. Well, it doesn't necessarily start out that way. But that's definitely the way that it has gone in the last couple of films, and you know, I I had alien covenant on my list. Yeah. Because it is the story of creator, and and their creation going against them and them for Sekine their creation and the other way around right? Yeah. I mean, yes, totally influenced by that that kind of Frankenstein story, right? Yeah. So I mean, and so definitely like I said several several directors influence in different ways. So Ridley Scott is one of those in. One of the things that I thought was interesting because again, when I was thinking about may, I thought about the movie Morgan which just came out a couple years ago, we that was Luke Scott that directed that movie, which is released godson, HUD, and so of yeah. Which Luke Scott of evidently was second unit director on alien covenant. And that's how I put it together..

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"ridley scott" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"ridley scott" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Have no record this film either i i'd like to have been heard who's based on a spec script which i believe was posted that robin hood was about in the sheriff and all the good guy took over and all of that and made a really basic tedious origin story about robaina but no one needs wasn't that what it was called nothing yeah they took the same script fiddled around with that is more interested in what it ended up being i'm not saying that what happened wasn't flawed the roving accent for a start and maybe crow wasn't the best casting considering that he might that he was older than sean connery was when they made robin marian which was supposed to be the film about the old age rian fairness always looked like he was in his late fifties early yeah it was kind of like the batman begins of robinhood like i liked about it it was just like saying right let's you kind of have an idea and you end it with the idea of is in the show the forest there's the merryman marion's par the story and the sheriff going all that will be taken with a voice and ends there on light that i kind of liked the fact that it just built up an interesting idea of it's just one of those movies is sets up assume sequel just doesn't fall through kind of the story behind the legend does what i isn't it that's just powered by talking title and i kind of leading to end up with some interesting not king john was fantastic oscar is it was the best reason see that film quite dropping gloomy looking as i recall we've established a memory i remember it not looking particularly good for ridley scott film i don't know what i was expecting some great trees or whatever i think that's the.

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"ridley scott" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"ridley scott" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"One of the things yeltsin here but said about release scott's is vermont of his magnificence and his prolific nece he has made that many stone cold classics and that may be controversial but what i mean is he made alien which is undeniably a classic as a second film the jewel thing we can all agree is is flawed but not a classic many men bladerunner and then he had a bit of a fallow period film in the ways you could argue the classic low people be rooting for gladiator not film i love with all my kingdom of heaven in a second i feel that might be slightly controversial as well and then you come the martian so in this long storied career of his has he really only had the check fought two three four times is enough to put him into the pantheon really interesting because i'm not going to give anything away but my top five is one film per decade suffer immediately wrong so so so according to me according to this list of put together he makes one great movie a decade these hit right but that's a good thing right because that means at least one decade i mean he's in his eighties now still find a way these working on a movie right now plans to shoot something else after that he may even do another alien who knows and he's the busiest man in hollywood yeah he has peaks and troughs shall we say illustrative last year where he made an covenant which i think's a terrible film and all the money in the world which isn't a great film but it's good film but he's also made marsh measly so he can still knocking at the park in his in his late seventies and early eighties most people be falling asleep drooling in front of countdown the thing the thing i found with with ridley scott.

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"ridley scott" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"ridley scott" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Know why it was there on the page because they knew it was creepy creepy buster right what if a movie knew it was creepy pasta it's called passengers what if a movie thought that it was charming it's called passengers morton tilden's passengers so scott ridley scott sees that script and it's like ilian pre cool that's fine like we could film this it was much more of just like what what happened to make that ship land that they find an alien like i'm going to explain it in a pretty straightforward way famously who is uninterested in alien prequels was not excited at the idea of doing the literal alien sequel well this is what's so weird about well then he's like alien prequel alien prequel i'm more interested in like some kind of like paradise laws you know android argue with god so then that was lindelof and he and of course i interviewed linda off and so i asked him a lot about that movie office at the time the press release was like really scott's aliens film is no longer in aliens film damon lindelof comes on it's now original saifi and the way lindelof put it is he's like i wrote the movie and he did a pay page one rewrite and obviously kept some of the stuff you know but it's the way those movies work in the way every release got movie works as he's standing there with a cigar in his mouth and he's like and then that should happen and then this is going to happen you know he's like it's not really my movie i just write it like he did with bladerunner yes we'll nine he was going to direct it between my heartache has always been what if film and scott swap those homes yeah it's interesting i like both movies i do too i think i'd like both of them more if they had directed the other who knows anyway it's just like funny to me that lindelof get so much shift from for any theus sure i'm not doing that shit as feet but disney's kind of come into him with the idea of like demo linda blank check what would you like to do if you if you.

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China plans Taiwan Strait live-fire exercises amid tensions

NPR News Now

01:59 min | 3 years ago

China plans Taiwan Strait live-fire exercises amid tensions

"Support for this npr podcast and the following message come from sony pictures with all the money in the world legendary director ridley scott brings this thrilling drama inspired by true events to life starring michelle williams christopher plummer and mark wahlberg now available on digital and blu ray live from npr news in washington i'm to wayne brown president trump's pick to become the next secretary of state is on capitol hill at this hour vowing to help the state department get it swagger back in perez michele keleman has this update cia director and former congressman mike pompeo says he's heard the concerns about how demoralizing it's been at the state department he's going to help fill vacancies and making clear the department has a key role to play now on north korea which he calls the highest diplomatic task he's also talking tough on russia's saying it has been acting aggressively enabled by years of eight soft policy that is now overpumping oh says according to prepared remarks released by the white house some lawmakers are promising to bring up their concerns about his skepticism of climate change and the iran nuclear deal as well as controversial past statements against muslims michelle kellerman npr news washington china says it will conduct live weapon fire exercises in the taiwan strait next week npr's anthony kuhn reports the drills come amid heightened tensions between the us and china over the selfgovern island maritime authorities in southeast china's fujian province which sits across the street from taiwan announced the exercises authorities offered no details or explanations but a number of recent moves by the trump administration of drawn criticism from china's government those include the passage of taiwan travel act which encourages high level government exchanges between washington in taipei the us recently authorized contractors to build new submarines for taiwan and appointed as national security adviser john bolton who has publicly.

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"ridley scott" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"ridley scott" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"Hello and welcome back to the directors cutting brought to you by the directors guild of america where each episode we bring you a fresh and insightful interview featuring one of the film industry's top directors conducted by one of their peers remember to subscribe to our podcast on i tunes or wherever you get your podcasts and if you're enjoying the director's cut please take a moment to rate review essen items were like us on soundcloud we love hearing your feedback this episode takes us behind the scenes of director ridley scott's new drama all the money in the world the film tells the true story of the kidnapping of sixteen year old john paul getty the third and the desperate attempt by his mother gail harris to convince his billionaire grandfather j paul getty to pay the ransom when getty senior refuses and the captors become increasingly volatile and brutal gayle and get adviser fletcher chase become unlikely allies in a race against time with her son's life hanging in the balance in addition to all the money in the world mr 's vilma griffey includes the feature films alien covenant american gangster kingdom of heaven blade runner alien and the duelists the movie for television the vatican and episodes of the television series mogul the informer halfhour story and thirty minutes theater he was nominated for the dga award for outstanding directorial achievement and feature film for his 2050 gene feature the martian and for both dga and academy awards for his films black hawk down gladiator and thelma and louise in 2017 mr scott was honored with the djs lifetime achievement award for motion picture direction.

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"ridley scott" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"ridley scott" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Really scott's decision sort of seems like a almost like a line in the sand for future filmmakers like yes reached shoots are probably not going to be easy to organize and probably not going to be something that is let's chief for the studio to do but if if filmmaker like ridley scott who's like eighty years old or something like that can replace a major character in his movie in something like but nineteen days then i you know he proved that it's possible it is it is a thing it is an option that on the table now so i don't know i guess this this hop on because tj miller is is denying uh these accusations so hanno to get seventy thoughts about this well what i i think that the comparison between the receipts for all the money in the world and possible re shoots for dead or to our local difficult to make better talking about race shooting some scenes in a drama that doesn't really requ wire much in the vein of special effects or i'll about how big of a park do you think tj miller has in this movie like if it's anything like that pool one it's you know a couple of minutes that's the thing is he was in a bar for like the majority of the needle one in any supposed to be in it in this one more i kinda wanted that i either something a while where like tj miller assigning about filming some kind of action sequence for the movie or something like that i don't know but even so like did well to a such a bigger production than all the money in the world that it's it's still going to be more expensive but add on i think you're right from a visual percent of visual effects perspective i think plumbers role is like a key role in the movie and and even if on a tj miller has a larger part in dead will do the need in the first one it's still going to be like a a pretty small comparatively citing a pretty small thing but go ahead on the more controversial side of this us because tj miller is denying it at a.

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"ridley scott" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"ridley scott" Discussed on KGO 810

"In in they cut his ear off and mail is here to to the families said they're going to send it back in pieces it was just a a frightening thing so up but the movie is very very well done and one of the things that it tim is notable for is that kevin spacey had originally been cast uh as as j paul getty and dad the the the film was done i in fact they had a whole awards as i understand that a whole awards campaign set up around kevin spacey uh to to push for an an oscar nomination in golden globes nominations for best supporting actor for that part then all of these sexual harassment stuff about him came out and in an unprecedented move a ridley scott who is the director of that film i decided just a completely cut him out you know the the the other option was is that they were going to hold it not release it is now ruled will keep eib release date that we've got in what we will do is we will cut him out and we will cast in other act to deplete j paul getty and they ended up casting that christopher plummer who were ridley scott says was actually his first choice and i guess the studio said now now we want a bigger star in that role and that's why he had ed de spacing and christopher plummer is is just superb in this jess suburban this um i have never seen an interview with with j paul getty so i can't um a tell you if he capped regime or not uh but i can just tell you that that the portrayal is one where you're just you know here just shaking here ed and how this guy give me the rich guy in the world would be too cheap the pay his grandson's ransom it's like really while while so that's a film he definitely want to see uh all my told we got alicia okay early show you there yeah i mean my family i was on hold.

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"ridley scott" Discussed on About to Review

About to Review

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"ridley scott" Discussed on About to Review

"Salgado be led salgado lobby glenn salgado uh the sampha yes thanks again to demon randle of illmannered media four creating that theme song it is fantastic make sure to follow him damien randle and at illmannered media for all of your eat became needs as well as some audio engineering all right so going right into the show this going to be a smaller smaller episode at is not right this an audio medium shorter episode arrigo me the because i am talking to myself nope i'm talking by myself but i am talking to you dear listener uh so right off the top all the money in the world now this movie is directed by ridley scott and tells the real life story of sixteen year old john paul getty the third who was kidnapped in italy and his grandfather john paul getty senior at that point in time was worth two billion in dollars at his billing with the b so he gets kidnapped they demand ransom he refuses to pay it so before i talk about this movie a further before a review this movie you cannot talk about this movie with out tug met the controversy behind this movie which is kevin spacey was originally hired not just hired was originally in the role of john paul getty they filmed the whole thing everything was locked loaded their work non final color corrections and then some allegations came out of kevin spacey and my some i mean a lot of allegations with a lot of proof so ridley scott and crew decided to pole all of the footage the kevin spacey was in bringing a new actor and reshoot a lot of this movie the new actually got was christopher plummer now it would be one thing if you had to take some on out and replace them it happens shooting scheduled go weird you need to do some pickups or some reshoot sure something like this.

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"ridley scott" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"ridley scott" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"I went to one of the last uh hey rosetta at an of you have great banned from newfoundland heroes at at one of one of their last shows last night at the phoenix in downtown toronto have you ever had one of those moments where you say goodbye to your youth you does know you're doing it this is a band you listen to a lot when you were younger you just say goodbye to that time in your life i think a lot of people felt that way last night by the way thanks for tuning in moving on whether you're a massive film buff or if you can count the number of dvds you own on one hand either way i bet you're going to recognize some of these ridley scott movies i should reach the frontier in about six weeks with a little luck the network pick me up this is ripley last survivor of the nestro mojo signing off you do have a name my name is glad hear it the obama i'm gonna mexico now i figure out to make a two and a half days are not happy paul asked are you up to those old moment loss in time bye t is right so can you name which films they were from really scotsman probably most wellknown films alien then gladiator than thelma and louise and then blade runner and you might even know about ridley scott's latest film to it's called all the money in the world and it was all set to star kevin spacey but after sexual misconduct allegations came to light ridley scott reshad all of the scenes that once had spacey in them with christopher plummer instead and like a few days it was a big challenge for ridley sky he and his crew pulled some long nights the race to complete the movie just a matter of days finally finishing the day before his eightieth birthday i talk to ridley scott about that sprint to the finish line about how it affected his now golden globe nominated film which is set to open by the way on christmas day take listen to my chat with ridley scott.

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"ridley scott" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"ridley scott" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"This is a cbc podcast if you're marketing predictable it should be because results shouldn't be left to chance that's why smart male marketing is based on science in a digital world people responded the tactile nature of male more than ever they pick it up they read it what's more they act on it study show direct mail consistently drives customers online and in store that's predictability a marketer can get excited about smart meal marketing makes success predictable learn more at canada post dot c a smart male marketing hey how are you it is choose day december 19th my name's tom power this is the podcast version of q the cbc radio show thanks left for tuning in three you're gonna hear ridley scott release god the director behind films like alien blade runner gladiator the martian thelma and louise and i'm sure as a list these names someone is yelling at the podcast yelling it there right now go you forgot this will you forgot that one but here's the interesting thing about ridley scott this year is that he made this film called all the money in the world and it's stirred kevin spacey and when the allegations of sexual misconduct came out against kevin spacey said of the shelving the film ridley scott in a matter of days reshot all the scenes the kevin spacey was in reshut them a christopher plummer canadian actor christopher plummer in his place i ever say i've seen the film you would never know that someone else was in it like it's it's amazing the job he did and here's here's the really interesting thing about it is that for ridley scott it's no big deal like you read interviews with him about this and say we know was it hard to replace kevin spacey in this was a heard reshoot your entire movie in about nine days not i just know how to do it now i i can just i can just pull this off so in this interview you're going to hear with ridley scott you're gonna hear us talk shore about the the challenges he faced orb didn't face but also just how he approaches his career.

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"ridley scott" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"ridley scott" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"But makes you feel like that dedication that you had to it for all those years he shared by the person that made this for the second time round chest i literally just sat there and went wow you didn't wheat without wishing to refer to be no ruc of house foreign speech icon of did a little bit but more out of relief and joy and just because if you're a genre fan and if you if you love science fiction and if you love the world building science fiction that ridley scott was doing with 'bladerunner it's just great to see a film that goes you know what i love that too and actually he's the key thing if you sewer arrival and you know how denny villain of approached the idea of science fiction in a rival he just did it again but with a a sequel richard southie south pay a begi pound thank you richard for the email like many i rushed to the multiplex deceive played run a twenty forty nine could live up to its legendary forebear boy how d did it is the next sentence howdy did it for my money this film was a pitch perfect follow up and explore the themes of the original effie far greater depth like what it means to be human all synthetic him what difference even is ryan gosling was superb as the copies life started to crumble around him and he was to backed up by a fantastic supporting cast including harrison ford in his best showing since the fugitive wow but praised missiles has credit phrase to the visuals in the santrac which fit right into the sands cape van galas created all those years ago i had high hopes after loving denny vilnis previous effort arrival and there are a few great failings in the cinema than having those hopes met and even possibly exceeded sarah graham.

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