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DC Fans Call on Warner Bros. to Make Batman Movie
"Same fans who lobbied for a recent Snyder cut of Justice League have now turned their attention to the bat flag over the weekend Make the black make the bat Fleck movie began trending on Twitter as friends tried to convince the D C you to make a Batman movie starring Justice League's Ben Affleck. Now he has said he's done playing. Crusader after the upcoming flash movie and Warner Brothers has already working on a Batman movie starring Robert Pattinson. So doesn't look like the chances are good.
Why Michael B. Jordan was chosen as People's Sexiest Man Alive
"Sexiest man alive. Two thousand twenty is another michael jordan and just an objectively correct choice for just off the bat. I have to say listen. I both went through stints where we were bills ascent. I currently am which meant that. We brought his guests in whenever he would have celebrity guests on his podcast. And i cannot remember a male guests that made as much of a flurry among the wringer women. When he came onto the lot as michael be there were people. I won't name names but jordan liggins was sitting outside. She was like casually working outside. One day i was like weird. We're choice people were stationed across the lot to see him when he came in. It was a bath. Y'all i can think of two instances where there's gonna be s podcast guests. I like made the rounds pass. Bills office just right. You know why. Advisory michael jordan was one of them. I actually was surprised. I'm shocked he has not been named as in the past. This suggests easy choice. Like it's easy in the best way like he is people sector the people's sexiest man. I cannot believe this hasn't happened yet. I agree i. This is my. I was surprised about this choice because it was just kind of seemed to obvious where he had he should have won it before. And i kinda thought if he hadn't done it before then like he just wasn't quite what they were looking for which is wrong and also i was like what is he done this year because usually when they pick these things. It's someone who has really been in the news who has had some huge project you know it was the rock. It was blake shelton when he was like the voice. You know it was john legend and it's usually like tied to someone who's just been in the news a ton and had a really big year so when it was michael jordan i was like what was he in this year. However twenty twenty three movies so through all that could be during his done with. Tsa in his profile is he's donated to charities. He has been at home as all the responsible celebrities have been doing and like sitting at home donated the charities and being hot. it's just like peak twenty twenty. So i apologize to michael jordan for thinking that it wouldn't be him because that's all you have to do is twenty twenty and that's great happy for him. Each year grows more and more embarrassing than blake. Shelton was named anyway. Okay so let's go to some of the people we thought we're to be named the sexiest man of twenty twenty. So gotta give a quick shot to our producer. Kinda you can jump in if you'd like but i say who thought it was going to be. Which is dr fauci or shawn. Mendez goes on. I just the spectrum of twenty twenty runs from dr fauci tucson mendez. I really thought. I would something dr fauci as you were. Yeah amanda the moment. He had a bigger year totally. I was thinking. Chris cuomo john king obviously big cnn. Gal i thought it was joey king for a second. I was like joey king. That'd be cool. Little switch up kissing booth three. I don't Also thought. Jason derulo oliver tiktok. I thought chance the rapper. Maybe patrick mahomes the athlete not to flex on my sports knowledge. I'm dan love you. Who was in shits creek. Big actress doctor and a lot of these people were in the issue so we actually had a lot of good guesses in terms of who would be included because like we said they have a lot of little sexy participation trophies to hand out My predictions for the cover. As you know. I'm just to online and sometimes i think that the people who are talked about online are the people that the rest of the world is also obsessed with. What's actually michael jordan's a peak internet boyfriend. So actually i do. I think i was on the right track. I thought it would be a chris evans and pine both had a shot. Because they obviously chris evans very politically active This year and then chris pine has wonder woman coming out and christmas. So i thought maybe he had a shot. Kiat was a long shot just because he would never agree to this. I don't think i think he's overdue. He won a long long time ago. Let's bring back. He was also included in the sexiest happily settled guy which was category so he did get a he got he got something in there and then i said robert pattinson who i don't know if you would be into this like seeing repents and twenty twenty people shoot just seems like a weird fit but maybe next year when he's batman. I thought i was like you know. Let's just give it to brad pitt. Again twenty twenty. It's kind of a throwaway year or so like just give it to him again. like church. sure he hasn't had it in like what. Ten years repeats list over time over the decades. Sure exactly. he's still
Seattle movie theaters set to open Friday - as a test run
"Tomorrow. You might actually get to be At the movies. AMC Theaters, plans to reopen 14 locations in Washington state as of tomorrow. That is amazing. Now. Unfortunately for you kiddos out there. I don't think there are any Children's movies out. I think they're all R rated. They're so mad at me all the time. Going to be open tomorrow in elder Would elder with older would have you ever under Washington before that was just quickly looking at the list. Of all the places that are open Elder would. I didn't mean that the first one older would sure it's going to be an elder would keen The Cascadia Mall. Oh, this one. I know Pacific place in Seattle and the Lake Wide mall. You're so cultured. Yeah Job, Jason. I speak words so all their wood can't Cascade Mall, Pacific Place Lakewood are among the places that are supposed to be open. As of tomorrow. This is going to be essentially a test for AMC to see whether or not even if they open, people will in fact, show up. And they say after that test, though, look at the data and if it gives it if it was a good enough Open a good enough launch. They will then open 500 more theaters all across the country. Now I'm looking right now at the AMC Pacific place just to see Which movies are out? None of these are their new wish, I suppose, 10 it is still in theaters that I want to see the broken Hearts Gallery kind of looks all right. The new mutants I heard was the worst movie ever made. I am desperate to go to a movie. But I don't know if I want to go yet because I think a lot of people are desperate to go back to the movies, including people who are probably sick right now and coughing and they're all like, I don't care. I'm a go because why would I be nervous about going? To a movie theater right now. Do you remember my traumatic experience with an illness with the swine flu? I'm certain I got the swine flu from specifically AMC Pacific place in Seattle because after I went to a movie I want to say it was like two days later, I got the swine flu. It's kind of rough to bounce back from right. And so I'm a little bit nervous now. I don't know if the bad luck would follow me if I went to The elder would Cascadia Mul to see a movie? But I'm a little nervous. And would it really be worth it for any of these movies? I mean, you send it If the new Batman was coming out with Robert Pattinson, I would understand. Yeah, sit next to somebody who is tested positive for that. But I have a good news. You're not sitting directly next to people. There are Going to be spaces in between all of the seats with the exception. Of course, If you're going with your own family, then you can sit together. They are going to have limited capacity. They're going to do the cleanings in between each showing. Which I hope is better than the cleanings they normally do between each showing because I don't think I've ever been to a theater in which my shoes didn't stick to the bottom of the floor due to spilled soda. That's on purpose. That's part of the experience that you can't leave that. Yeah, they probably spray it with cola. Right in between showings except Mom thing. That's what base that will kill. The Koven is just a spray bottle of cola Regal ad just said that they're temporarily closing all of their locations in the country. I do, too, you know, mandates in certain states and cities like New York, where you can actually go to the theaters, but also because there's just not a lot of Movies out right now, Like the only new movie from last week was the war with Grandpa. Don't see That sounds awful. Go see tenant. I'll see you there. If there's any, like local theater owners who want make a few books I will rent out to play FIFA for like a day and you that of social distance just be by myself. I need a good WiFi connection. You should see the movie two hearts, which it's not spelled T w O. But just the number two, which is never a good sign. Now I've not what name a movie that has a number in it at the start. Like there's none. 2012. 2012 from the movie. It was horrible. 1917 was good over there, You know, One of my favorite two hearts is for two couples. The future unfolds in different decades and different places, but a hidden connection will bring them together. In a way no one could have predicted That title predicted their gods. The title one though that was the synopsis tied up titles to heart, So I thought that was the entire like it was 22 hearts, Colon and then all of that, that you just read. I'd be very impressed that I'm going to see two hearts at the elder would mail Pull up that GPS you're going to need directions to Elder would
'The Batman' pushed to 2022 as Warner Bros. shuffles film lineup
"And lastly, the Batman has been delayed As Warner brother shuffles around, released a schedules even more. The Batman has been delayed again do the pandemic as a Siri's of production hiccups, including Robert himself, contracting the Corona virus. The movie's release date in theaters is being pushed from October 1st 2022 march 4th 2022. It was originally set to come out this last June of June of 2021. So it's keeps getting pushed out a year. Other movies like Dwayne Johnson's movie Black Adam Minecraft, and as We Know the 1984 Superwoman movies, still not set to be coming out any time soon, so Just keeps happening. Unfortunates like Are we ever going to actually see this movie way through? It's going to happen sooner or later, we're going to get Robert Pattinson as the bad man.
Netflix’s The Devil All the Time
"Netflix, now available for streaming the devil All the time is an ensemble crime drama Little film Noir ish with a bit of the grizzly to it, And it kind of recalls the cone brothers in their blood. Simple Fargo dark, twisted mode, but this has none of their mordant humor and in two hours and You know, 18 minutes, it does meander a bit here and there. Still, I thought it was a good one. Presenting this web of circumstances happened stances consequences that Titan's over the course of three decades, the forties fifties and sixties between two rural towns and a couple of families. One of the towns in Ohio, one of the towns in West Virginia, there a couple hours apart. And through these various inter related characters, you get a portrait of violence, seediness and perversity on DH, you know, and some of these characters are dedicated the religion, But that doesn't necessarily mean that good things were gonna happen to them, and the cast is First rate. Tom Holland plays Arvin Who's this quietly righteous grown up? Son of a good guy G I, who comes back from World War two, marries a waitress moves her and baby Arvin and do a fixer upper in the woods. And his dogged by tragedy that's almost biblical, and that that carries over to others whose lives were connected in the story, By the way, the role played by Holland. Yes, Spider Man himself. It's his closest you get to a heroic lead in the movie, and this British actor is pretty convincing as a young American from that part of the country. It's like he was bit by a radioactive hillbilly. I mean, really Totally thrilled with Tom Holland. Where can we watch this? The devil all the time? Yeah, it's good stuff. Bill Scars guard son of Stellan, brother of Alexander, best known in the States as Pennywise, the clown in the movies. He's He plays the father, and there's no trace of Pennywise here. Jason Clark, Riley Keogh Robert Pattinson, the new Batman in the Old Twilight vampire plays the young creature who's not above reproach. And surprisingly stocky, Sebastian stand the winter soldier from the Marvel movies as the Vincent Donofrio role of the power hungry local sheriff whose morals are questionable and we get it. It's a good movie again, not greatness. The director screenwriter here is Antonio Campos, and he adapts the devil all the time. The the book by Donald Ray Public who is actually the Narrator here and there. I always say show don't tell, but I was caught up in the desperation of all those involved. Often this thing and stayed with it until the bitter end. That's available on Netflix. As
Novelist Donald Ray Pollock On Factory Work And Finding Fiction Later In Life
"Today's first guest is author Donald Ray Pollock, whose novel the devil all the time has just been made into a new netflix movie premiering next Wednesday. It Stars Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson, and here's a taste in this clip. A young boy has just watched his father pulverized two guys after they made lewd comments about the father's wife, the son's mother. Afterward the father gives his son some advice. You remember what I told you. On. The buzzer gave you. That's what I mean. got. To. Sir. Good sons of bitches out there. One hundred. These that many. Cannonball. In, both the movie and the novel the characters in the devil all the time are driven to extremes whether their fathers and sons, serial killers or preachers. The story begins in the small town of knock him stiff a real place in southern Ohio where Donald Ray pollock grew up. He didn't become a writer until he put in over thirty years at the local paper mill and got sober. But. Once he did start writing. He was noticed quickly receiving both awards and critical. Acclaim. Terry, gross spoke to Donald Ray pollock in twenty eleven when the devil, all the time was first published. Donald, Ray pollock welcome to fresh air. I'd like to start with reading from your new book, the Devil, all the time It's about the second paragraph from the prologue. So would you just set it up for us? What we have here is A young boy's name is Arvin Eugene Russell and he's following behind his father Willard and there and place called knock him stiff and they're going to Willard's prayer logging as a log in the woods where he Wants to communicate with God and So this is where they are. You know early in the morning and their. have finally reached this log. Willard eased himself down on the high side of the law and motion for his son to kneel beside him in the dead soggy leaves unless he had whiskey running through his veins Willard came to the clearing every morning and evening talk to God. Arvin didn't know which was worse the drinking or the praying. As far back, as he could remember, it seemed that his father had faulted devil all the time. Arvin little with the damp pulled his Co. tighter. He wished he were still in bed even school with always miseries was better than this but it was a Saturday and there was no way to get around it. Through the mostly bare trees beyond the cross Arvin could see whisper smoke rising from a few chimneys, half a mile away four hundred or so people lived in, knock him stiff in nineteen, fifty seven nearly all of them connected by blood through one godforsaken clam or another be it lust were necessity or just plain ignorance along with the tar paper shacks and Cinder Block houses the Holler included two general stores and a Church of Christ in Christian Union and joint known throughout the township as the bullpen. Three days before he'd come home with another black I I, don't condone no fighting just for the hell of it but sometimes, you're just too easy going Willard told him that evening then boys might be bigger than you. But the next time one of them starts his stuff, I want you to finish it. Willard was standing on the porch changing out of his work clothes. He handed Arvin Brown pants stiff with dried blood and Greece. He worked in a slaughterhouse in Greenfield and that day sixteen hundred homes had been butchered a new record for RJ Carol meat-packing. Those boy didn't know yet what he wanted to do when he grew up he was pretty sure he didn't WanNa kill pigs for eleven. Let's Donald Ray pollock reading from his new novel, the Devil, all the time. You know in the reading that you did the father tells the sun that the next time. So many beats him up the sun has to fight back and that seems to be. A recurring theme like in the opening story of your collection of short stories, the collections called knock him stiff. The opening sentence reads my father showed me how to hurt a man one August night at the torch in when I was seven years old it was the only thing he was ever any good at. You certainly seem interested in the idea of a father. Kind of indoctrinating a sun on the need to fight back and then egging on to do it even when it's inappropriate. so was is this a story that played out in your life? Well, not so much in my life I. Mean as far as I don't my dad really didn't push me to fight or anything like that. But you know when I was growing up my father and I had a very Uneasy relationship. You've got to understand my dad was born in one, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty he's still alive. You know he's eighty years old and he's still kicking but He was born in. Nineteen thirty grew up in the depression I went to the eighth grade. He was working on the railroad by the time he was sixteen, and then he was in the navy. And, my dad is a very tough. Hard. man Stra very strong man. As and in contrast to that, my mother is very shy kind. Small Bone woman. and. Either fortunately or unfortunately for me, I took after my mother and I believe. When I was a kid, my dad was. Maybe disappointed for not taking after him more. So. You know that's where I guess part of that comes from it and part of it also comes from. Lived in stiff. That's where I grew up and I saw a lot of other fathers who were you know drinkers and hell raisers and they didn't treat their families very well You know maybe they went and worked for a while and. I got enough money to go on another band or whatever, and pretty much left the family to take care of themselves. So, yeah father's have a pretty rough time and my work I just. It's just. You know I'm a father. You know I have a daughter WHO's I'm thirty years old now and I have always felt that I. Wasn't. As good as I could have been. Her mother and I were divorced when she was very young she was like a year old and and I wasn't around that much and. That's probably the best explanation. I can give for why treat father's like I do my work. Were you bullied in school. You said you, you took after your mother who wouldn't hurt a fly. So and if you were bullied, would you fight back? Did you know how to actually I wasn't bullied in school I? Never really had any problems with that and yeah, I. Mean a would fight back if I had to but. That situation you know didn't come about very much probably you know just. No more than any other normal kid you know might face that sort of thing. But. Yeah. I mean I wasn't really interested in Working on cars or farm or anything like that was more of A. I won't call myself a bookworm because we really didn't have that many books but you know I like to read and watch old movies and drawl and stuff like that and My Dad. Just you know he's a very practical man I mean, even today you know his idea of success is. Owning your own farm, starting your own business or something like that and I know that he probably looks on what I'm doing now is. A pretty useless way to spend your life trying to write books. Would you describe what the town of knock him stiff was like when you were growing up well, when I was growing up there it was. You know relocated for us. Ok we'll knock him stiff. is about thirteen miles west of chillicothe Theo, which is you know southern Ohio. It was its own little place. You know there wasn't much else around there but it was a community There were three small general stores and a bar and a church, and probably four hundred, fifty, five, hundred people now I probably was related to. At least half those people. So did you find this nurturing being in a town where half the people in it were related to you or incredibly claustrophobic? I think when I was a kid when I was a kid I was claustrophobic for me. You know I was one of those kids I was always unsatisfied I always wanted to be. Else and somewhere else. And so from a very early age. You know I was thinking about escaping from the hauler. I just Thought that I'd rather be somewhere else are somewhere else. But where you are as in Chile coffee which is. PHILADELPHIA, which is about thirteen miles away like you got out but you didn't go very far. I, really didn't get out I mean that's the weird contradiction of that whole thing you know i. Wanted to escape and them what I finally got my chance or whatever I. I chose to stay I'm out at knock stiff at least once a week even today Ladder parents go to visit. My parents are still alive. You know I have a brother and two sisters and they all live fairly close to there and So I. Think though as far as escape goes what happened with me was I quit high school when I was seventeen. And I went to work in a meat packing plant much like Weller work, Dan? And then when I was eighteen I moved to Florida you know that was going to be I was going to get away that you know by moving to Florida and I was down are working a job in a nursery and I wasn't making much money or anything only been there a few months my dad called and said. Hey, I can get you a job at the paper mail if you come back up here so. I chose to come back. You know the paper Mills Calling it was union job and great benefits and. And I knew you know for a high school dropout that was probably going to be the best job I. Ever got. You had that job for. How many years did you work at the paper mill? I? was there thirty two years and you didn't start writing till you were around fifty or is that is fifth well I'm fifty six now and I started writing when I was forty five. Okay. So how come it took so long did you know? When you weren't writing did you know that you had that in you? Well. You know I'd always been a big reader as I said and I love books. And I think maybe in the back of my mind, you know always thought writing would be a great way to get by in the world and you know, of course, I was very naive about it. The principal reasons for me you know as far as being a writer were one, you were your own boss. To you could do it anywhere. And three, you made lots of money. Wasn't until actually began writing it. I found out. That was a real true. But I. Think you know Sorta like maybe a fantasy that? It was in the back of my mind for a long time. I had a problem with drinking and for a number of years and you know it was one of those fantasies that when you got half loaded and You started daydreaming or whatever it was. One of those things that you thought about right thought about. But it wasn't really. You know I went to school when I was in my thirties I went to college I went to Ohio University and I ended up with a degree in English and You. Know even while I was there though I wasn't thinking about being a writer I never took any writing workshops or anything like that. But then finally when I was forty five my dad retired from the paper mill. And there was just something about watching him retire and go home. and. You know that was you know pretty much the end of his career and it really. Bothered me and I. Just. decided. I had to try something else you know. To some other way to. Spend the rest of my life. So. When you decided, you wanted to learn how to write what did that mean? Any. Writers or anything in for a while I just sort of scribbled and struggled. And then I'd read an interview with a writer and I can't recall her name now or no it was a lady. But she talked about typing out other people's stories as a means of maybe getting closer to them or just learn how to put a story together. and. So I started doing that. Who did you type out? I typed out a lot of different stories I. I was typing out a story at least once a week and that went on for about a year and a half. So John. cheever hemingway. Flannery. O'Connor Richard. Yates Dennis Johnson the you know the list just goes on and on if it was a story that I really liked and it wasn't. Long I, type it out, and then I carry it around with me for a week and you look at over and you know jot notes on stuff like that, and then I'd throw it away and do another one. Typing a story out, just was a much better way for me to see how you know person puts dial together or you know. Moose from one scene to the next that sort of thing. Was it hard for you to find your subject matter as a writer? Well when I first started. Trying to learn how to write. As. I said like maybe I would copy out John cheever story. So then I would try to write my own story about some East Coast suburbanite having unfair. Something like that or maybe I'd write about a re Rita Andrei debut story, and then I'd write about a Catholic priest. and. So I did that for maybe two years or so and it just wasn't working at all for me. and. Then filing maybe at about two and a half years, I wrote a story that's included in the book. Knock him stiff called back teen. And it's a very short story. and. It's about these two losers sitting in a donut shop. And that was the first thing that I had. Written that I thought wasn't too bad. And so then I increasingly started focusing on you know the people that I knew about instead of nurses, lawyers, that sort of thing that I had absolutely no idea. How to write about There's a passage in your new novel that's about a bus driver and the bus drivers father had gotten a certificate from the railroad for not missing a single day of work in twenty years and bus drivers. Mother always held this up as like what you could do. If you really you know were strive and tried to accomplish something when the bus drivers father died the bus driver hope that that certificate would be buried with his father's. We didn't have to look at it anymore, but instead his mother just like. Put It on the wall, display it in the living room. And then the bus driver thinks it wore on you after a while other people's accomplishments. I love that sentence did you ever feel that way I mean he kochman here seems. So relatively small like a good attendance record and not to knock that. But for that to be like, you know the zenith of somebody's life is. You. but did you feel that way that a war on you? Other People's accomplishments? I don't think that I paid so much attention to other people's. Successes or whatever. But I, know that I was aware you know by the time. I was thirty two or so and I've been working at the mail for about fourteen years. And I knew that all the guys that I had come in with you got hired about the same time as mayor guys even much later than that. You know they own their own home. Maybe. They owned a boat and they had two or three vehicles and they were married and had kids and on and on and on. You know in contrast to them. I've been divorced twice. I'd filed bankruptcy when I got sober I was living in this little very small apartment above this garage. Of. Motel Room and I've been living there for about. Four or five years. I owned a black and white TV that my sister had given me and I had this seventy six chevy that had the whole side of smashed in and that was it. You know for fourteen years of working there. That's what I had. And so you know there was that sense I guess of me just being a failure. Wasn't really that I wasn't jealous of those people or anything like that. I, mean I had enough sense to know that you know where I ended up was my own fault. But there was always that that idea in back of my head that. I could have done more you know I could maybe went to college or something you know. I'm sure you know if I'd wanted to go to school when I was eighteen, my dad would try to help me. and. That's not the route that I chose though how has your life changed? Now as a published writer, you have a collection of short stories. You have a new novel you got a thirty five thousand dollars cash prize, the pen, Robert Bingham Award. So, what's different about your life? well, I have a lot more time to just set on the porch and. Smoke and daydream. Think it's a legitimate. Yeah well, at least that's what I tell my wife. But my life hasn't really changed that much I. Mean I get a lot more emails. Now you know that sort of thing, but you know I still live in the same house I still pretty much. You know my daily routine is. I really can't say that it's changed that much. It's a good life and I'm thrilled that you know I've got a publisher and. You know had at least a little bit of success. You know I know a lot of writers out there a lot of writers out there who are much better than I am. And would. Probably give their left arm. To be setting, you know where I'm setting today. Well Donald Ray, pollock thing you so much for talking with us. Terry I appreciate. It. Made my day. Donald Ray pollock speaking to Terry Gross in twenty eleven. The devil all the time a new movie based on his novel of the same name.
'The Batman' production paused after Robert Pattinson tests positive for Covid-19
"The upcoming Batman movie has stopped production after Batman himself tested positive for the Corona virus. Robert Pattinson set to play Bruce Wayne in the Batman has the virus and Sarah Harmon is on the report. It says Publicist has yet to comment and movie Studio Warner Brothers would not confirm either only saying in a statement, a member of the Batman production has tested Paul's of it broke open 19 and is isolating in accordance with established protocols. The movie stop filming in March due to the cove in 19 pendant. Nick and just days ago started again in
'The Batman' production paused after Robert Pattinson tests positive for Covid-19
"Noah's productions start to ramp up on some TV shows some movies and limited capacities. I imagine we're going to keep on hearing stories like this Actor's going coming down with covert. Yeah, the the story yesterday. I mean, we heard about Dwayne the Rock Johnson, who revealed that Not only he but his wife and two little girls all tested positive there on the other side of it and recovering right now, But you know, you got to think if Dwayne the Rock Johnson, right can be co vered 19. Anybody can be co vered 19. And the guy that is going to be the next Batman turned out to be a covert 19 as well. This new movie starring Robert Pattinson, who you probably know best from the Twilight movies. Had closed down for the quarantine. They just started re filming again started production again last week and shut everything down yesterday when it was revealed. That Pattinson and one other crew member had tested positive for covert 19. So now they have shut the filming down again, and they don't know when it's going to get back up and running again.
Robert Pattinson Tests Positive for Coronavirus, The Batman Production Halted
"Pattinson, who is going to be the next Batman in the new Reboot The Batman highly anticipated huge cast. Colin Farrell. Zoe Kravitz. They just resume production in London. And the reports today are that Robert Pattinson himself has tested positive for cocaine. They have shut the entire thing down that was going to make its way for some Chicago filming. Probably late October That probably now will be pushed back because
'The Batman' production shut down due to Covid
"Something's oven opening back up, even as Corona virus continues, but the pandemic is still shutting other things down Inventions. The Batman just started shooting again outside London Warner Brother says they had to shut the set down because a member of the production team tested positive for covert 19. They wouldn't say who. But then it affairs reporting that star Robert Pattinson came back with the positive test. One of brother says the person is isolating in accordance with established protocols. Pattinson's reps Haven't commented. The Batman was scheduled for 2021 released. No word of this will affect that.
Batman, Wonder Woman trailers released
"Was trailer Pollux za over the weekend for the DC comic cinematic universe. We finally got our first look at Robert Pattinson as the Batman. My God, I can't believe I missed that. What? Oh, well, get yourself to the World Wide Web Bradley specifically of my talk one of 71 dot com Because we have the full trailer posted there also we have the full trailer for Wonder Woman 1984. The second Wonder Woman movie includes Chris Pine and a fanny pack. Thank you very much, Okay. Also, Kristen wig as villain Cheetah and that movie is going to be set for an October released. We're not going to see Batman for another year. That is has in October. 2021 just like a teaser trailer. No, these air full on trailers, 2.5 minutes And then Colin Farrell is playing the penguin in this movie. He is completely unrecognizable. You would have no idea that that is Colin Farrell
'The Batman' debuts its first trailer with Robert Pattinson as a gritty Dark Knight
"Hey, this could be the first movie we go See in a theater in months. The first trailer for the Batman movie is out. The new trailer gives fans a glimpse of two of Batman's enemies featured in the new installment, The Riddler and Catwoman. The trailer was released yesterday during a 24 hour. DC Fandom. Events offer by Warner Brothers Entertainment Group. Writer director Matt Reeves says the upcoming flick will start in the second year of the Batman's appearance in the Gotham City scene. Films. Official release Date is October 2021.
The Batman Logo Revealed By Matt Reeves
"Matt Reeves has revealed the first look of the logo of his upcoming movie, The Batman as well as a teaser poster to promote an upcoming panel for the DC films production at the TC Fan Dome Virtual presentation. It's kind of like D. C's version of comic con that's going to be happening this weekend. Reeves is expected to unveil the first major look at the movie starring Robert Pattinson this Saturday and that panel is gonna be hosted by Isha Tyler. So if you're in a Batman, get yourself in the DC fan
Can Christopher Nolan's 'Tenet' Reopen Theaters?
"I'm talking about tenant. The sci-fi Crime Saga directed by Christopher Nolan and starring Robert Pattinson. That is expected to arrive as of this recording in theaters across the country on July seventeenth or is it ten. It has been touted as the movie that will reopen Hollywood that can salvage what has been tremendously difficult period for theatrical Exhibitors Theater. Workers Actors Filmmakers Craftspeople People Studio Employees Journalists essentially every single person who works in or is connected to the film industry television streaming into perpetuity. But movies still need theaters and so there is an extraordinary burden on. This is one of the signature communal events in American life. Gathering in the dark to be excited terrified thrilled. Everything that Chris owns movies do at their very best and yet Amanda. It seems completely impossible. That movie theaters will open two months from today. I've spoken to people in and around the industry over the past week to get a feel for this moment and everyone seems very confused. How are you feeling about the burden that is placed on tenant right now? I do not think that anyone movie can save the movie industry or that. It is fair to expect anyone movie to save industry or ruin the movie industry or reopen theaters. Or give us all our jobs back or that is put on tenant that said. I definitely don't think it's opening a too I. Just what are we doing? What are we doing? I completely agree. This just seems like one of the most obvious and difficult conversations in this into throughout much of cove nineteen and obviously this is very low on the list of important concerns regarding all the ramifications but for the purposes of this podcast. It's a huge deal because everything has really grind ground to a halt with the exception of trolls world tour and a handful of netflix releases. And Scoop He. The the movie industry is just not moving forward. There's no production happening right now. And with the exception of a handful of drive in movie theaters seem to be doing pretty nice business right now movies are at a standstill and you know. We got a report over the weekend from deadline about the stakes involved here with potentially making at the re entry film and the report stated that Warner Brothers needs eighty percent of the world's theaters to be opening to make tenants successful. I suppose that could also be true for just eighty percent of the theaters in the United States. Open to to make the film successful. This is a film with the two hundred million dollar budget and a lot of expectation even before there was a global pandemic and it certainly just doesn't feel like were close to being able to have experiences like going to movie theaters. I agree with that to me. It feels a little bit like a game of you know. I don't want to say chicken because I do think everybody's taking their responsibilities as seriously as they can. There's obviously like a lot of information that no one has but it really seems like on the one. Hand Warner Brothers is waiting for the local and state and regulations to be like okay. No you're movie. Theaters will not be open. That it won't be possible and I think the movie theaters that those local state regulation bodies etc. Like frankly have better things to do on or not worried about when movie theaters are going to be off and it's not the priority so it does just seem like a game of waiting for someone to blink. Finally because we're getting closer and closer to July seventeenth and it just doesn't seem like this systems are in place for this to be possible especially at the scale. That Warner Brothers has indicated that it needs in order to make ten successful. I thought a really interesting thing in that deadline piece that you mentioned was that it said that eighty percent of cedars need to be open including New York Los Angeles and San Francisco which are three of them major movie markets in the United States and three very large cities that have taken different approaches to how to manage this but are not immediately throwing open the doors to every single business establishment. So just from a practical sense. It seems like we're running out of time. I agree I as residents of California. I think it's safe to say that you know I'm grateful for how the the the leadership and the state has handled the pandemic but also they have been operating with an overwhelming sense of caution in all these issues and that has been met with some frustration by business owners by people who just want to go to the beach. But you know it. We're talking about two months. It's not a long period of time and the cases are still obviously piling up in this country. And so you're right that just from a very practical perspective. It seems unlikely at best that the theaters are going to open. And we'll get into this as we get deeper into. This conversation about the expectations are on this film and the expectations around the industry in general but the domino effect on this is is just extraordinary for what we talk about on this show every week and you and I can probably come up with top ten list until the cows come home and have a lot of fun talking about old movies and I cooked up to more ideas for stuff. I talked about last night and I think that'll be great to do. But the lifeblood of a contemporary film podcast Is Contemporary. Films is new films and the conversation that stokes new films and antennas is one of those movies. That if you if you if you dig this show on dig what we're doing and care about movies the way that we do it is. It is one of the key movies. It's one of the five key movies. It was going to come out this year. It is the kind of movie even though I personally am not always the biggest Christopher Nolan Fan. They're fun to talk about. You know they're they`re. They're really a gift and ten is an original film and it's trying to do something that even the movies that we have to drag with us through every conversation or the star wars movies or animated kids films as far as big tent pole stories. Go this is really the biggest and most unique in its way and so there's really there are no good answers. I mean you mentioned New York Los Angeles and San Francisco through the various reporting. We've seen that. There is there are already some guidelines for what a theater could do to open. Texas several weeks ago had the opportunity to reopen. Its movie theaters in some theaters that open. But that didn't mean that. Any of the notable studios. We're going to release their films into those studios. So that's the first thing the studios have to agree to start putting movies out. We saw last week that the forever purge the fifth purge film from Blunt House was taken from off the date of July tenth and is now indefinitely coming out. And that's just GONNA keep happening. You know the movies that are around attendant are also starting to move or starting to see August films move or starting this even September movies. Move into twenty twenty one and so because of that and because of these these guidelines that we're GonNa talk about. I seems unlikely. But I mean you. You cited some checkered seating here in the way that we would live in a movie theater if this were to happen what what has to happen here for this to work. We don't know what has to happen and this is what's interesting. Is that what? I'm in. A site? Checkered seating is a like a phrase that has come up in a lot of the industry reporting as as the trades are speaking with theater owners and trying to put together a Some guidelines but everyone is still figuring this out. Nothing has been officially announced the general understanding of what checkered seating is. And I'm quoting the Hollywood reporter here. Is that cedars could end up leaving every other row empty as well as keeping empty seats between patriots in alternating rows and and I think there would be a reserve seating element there. There is a reserve seating element to a lot of theaters already but enforcing where people can buy tickets and where people can sit and this seems to kind of be the consensus at this moment. In terms of what checkered seating is then there would be like increased sanitary measures throughout the theaters. Though you know. I think that'll be senior by Cedar Standard as to what they're doing and how they're enforcing it because there aren't a major guidelines coming up from above at this point so that to me is such a big question is like if even if the theaters are allowed to open. This is like an extreme amount of legwork. You know this is just a completely new involved. Expensive system that they have to put into place in order to allow a lot fewer theater people into their theaters and that takes time and resources Before you even get into questions of like quote consumer confidence or other issues. It's the same issue that is facing many restaurants around the country. It's the same issue that's facing. Many stores many businesses in terms of when they open. How will they manage the intake? And how will they manage the personal interaction that is necessary when operating a business? I think there's there's anxiety about running your credit card to recruit a card reader right now and concern about being able to sanitize your hands and wash your hands and Where mask and you know. I think there's also obviously an additional layer of liability concern given that if these movie theaters do open in July tenant does play and people go and there's an awareness of the film if someone if one person walks out of a movie theater and contracts the virus from another person who has gone to a movie theater. What does that mean for the movie theater? What does that mean for the filmmakers? What does that mean for the studio? What what level of responsibility and financial and legal liability to they have. I don't know. This is uncharted territory There is a this is a free country to some extent and given that. I think it's probably arguable about whether or not Businesses should should accept blame and responsibility for someone becoming sick in an environment like
"robert pattinson" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Andrew abandoned. This is we're talking about thrives in this world. The only person I know who was prepared. Talking about Robert Evans. We. We started talking about things. We're binging to keep away from the news and behind the bastards, one of the shows on our network along with the Bechtel casts are two that I've just had on steady rotation they're. They're great. Great ways to a occupy your mind. Make your mind sharper well. Also you know relaxing and binging faster and the war binging. Bastards in the choir is a move though. For me, it's giving me broader context for how bad shit is throughout history, so that now doesn't feel quite as bad or at least it feels like of a piece with history so that we're like like I just listened to the episode where he went back through the Capitol Lake versus the West Virginia miners strike, and it's wild, but it also puts. PUTS INTO PERSPECTIVE Lake. What we're dealing with is not out of the ordinary. This is what how American capitalism has worked and you know there are things that you can do to deal with a podcast I've been listening to. That is truly freeing in that it has nothing to do with anything. Is the American girl? PODCAST IT, which is not actually. It's not officially. Company. It's. The show American girl authorized. It's to female historians analyzing all the American girl doll books. It's really really really I've been enjoying it so much so if you're like an American girl like even a casual. Yeah I've been listening through their season about host. Fina is good shit, also fina. Fina is a girl from New Mexico in the eighteen hundreds. Host feet Nah Montoya. One of the originals but it's. It's I've been enjoying it so much. This love that as a premise, it's like these two historians open the fucking vault to look back at the American girl doll books, and just break them down right and they love. They like loved the. They're like in their thirties, so they had the dolls. And now they're going back and like looking at how the books were written from a historical perspective there super-critical of them like the the one of the. Felicity, who is like the American Revolution Dog? They're like wow, felicity out here, really ignoring slavery these in the books. And, just like it's really fun. It sounds amazing. American girls were too expensive for my parents so I. Kinda pissed off, too like I want to enjoy it, but right I lost I lost it after them. I Like I couldn't afford same deal like we couldn't afford one. But I I got all the books from the library. So I like. Read the book. Gotcha data in a life sized barbies that came with address that you could. I was a very fat child. Addresses, but we can afford it either, so it's still. A Win. I guess this is then yeah the. Size Barbie ended up turning to tackling dummy in someone's backyard. Like there was someone's like younger siblings. My Size Barbie. Eurosystem Baseball's audit or like just fucking like we. I don't know I feel like that's the life the life cycle of. That's any of my size by Barbie as a child is definitely a status symbol. That's that's been my like glow up as an adult is just getting nice dolls for myself. That end the dream house to the LOGIN. Dream House, when the elevator. Yeah, we'll speaking of dreams talk about Robert Pattinson, you guys. Know Baby Jimmy. You read the article I. Read the Article Okay this, so this is i. know that like celebrities are canceled, but but they're not for real and so so Robert Pattinson the has a storied history of giving wild as interviews because he doesn't like doing interviews and he's. He's a loose cannon and I think he's really board right now, so I guess I will. Before we get into the interview. He gave to G Q, which was bananas. I'll start by prefacing my previous favorite Robert Patents an interview stunt, which was back in two thousand eleven. He was promoting a movie called water for elephants. It had something to do with the circus. And, he went on the today. Show with Matt Lauer. And Matt Lauer's asking Bullshit softball warning show questions is God. Did you ever want to join the circus when you were a kid and Robert? Pattinson comes out and says No. The first time I went to see the circus somebody died. One of the clowns died and. Then he goes on to say. The clowns! Little car exploded the cars. Explode and. Visit ages very well because it's also fucking Matt Lauer and he just like silence as Matt Lauer Lowers like Oh. Larry. I. I mean obviously for the reasons that we've learned. But also just the. Yeah, it's just like as. The also! Sri Level, yeah, he like his personality, and his presence as a media like entity like I feel like just stopped, making fell off a cliff of making sense like ten years ago and now it's like looking back is like. Why are we letting this? Asshole d like professionally smuggled professionally, and as well anyways I love Rubber Benson ever since I saw good time. He's yeah, he's. He's like a good fun. He gets away with Shit that it almost makes me salty. 'cause like male actors can get away with anything and just be called a genius, but that's not Robert Patent since fault, that's the cultures full so anyways, Robert pedants, and comes out like a couple years later, and admits that the whole cloud thing was a lie. He's like I made the whole thing. Of course. It's coming back to haunt me. It was really early in the morning. Someone asked me what my experience with the circus was, and I was like I. Have Nothing interesting to say I. Don't know I said that, so he just lied to Matt Lauer, and so in this G. Q. Interview. Robert Pens and has been plus quarantine equals. It's going to be a good interview and in the middle of the interview. He brings up. The he has this business idea. So he says is the rest. Is the the interview so far up until this point seemingly normal interview ish? Hands Scott. Textiles are PAT interview. It has, but it's like generally pretty normal. He's talking about like the Christopher Nolan movie. He's going to be an. He's talking about like being quarantined in the middle of production for Batman like he says some funny things, but it's like he's generally going with it, but then I guess. One day like three days into this like multiple day interview process, he says. This is his business idea. What if Pasta really had the same kind of fast food credentials as Burgers Pizza I was trying to figure out how to capitalize this of the market and I was trying to think. How do you make a pasta which you can hold in your hand, and then he goes on to say. That he has a prototype for it, and he made the prototype with a Panini press, and then he set up..
"robert pattinson" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"We don't want to be vulnerable because we're forcing people to work in unsafe conditions Nancy. Pelosi is like okay. We'll if we raise Osha standards to a level that we that we see is. Is being like fully fully taking into consideration, the safety of your workers there will be no lawsuits because it's up to Osha standards, so we'll we'll do is. We'll make the OSHA standards higher so that way you can eat shit, and now these companies can spend what they need to to make sure their employees look. You can either spend it now and keep them safe or get you know fear those lawsuits, and then the other thing is seventy five billion dollars for more testing, tracing and treatment, so it's. You know the Senate is obvious like it's a no for me. Dog On arrival because they're saying things like we don't need to. Yeah, they're like we don't I mean we don't need to look at anything 'til at least Memorial Day. And then we'll see, but there's no, but no one's offering action actual counterpoint to this like Oh, no people don't need help. During this time were they cannot work. Yeah, I was I was pleasantly surprised by how like approaching comprehensive this planet I mean there's still stuff that needs to be done. That isn't in here. Especially, the with non-citizens in the ocean standards. I mean it's a good plan I i. wonder what it would take for it to get past. and. Well that's. Great a lot of people are stressing now because they don't when they see the governor's polls going up when they are actually taking people's like livelihoods and safety, consideration and people like that. The. Republican strategists are now stressing like a fuck like if they're doing well like it could potentially out terrible. Look saying no help for you on these bills, right? Out. A political football. They're still figuring it i. mean that's, but we'll see because at the end of the day. Their overlords are these like you know. The American Prosperity Fox were just like. No, no, no, no, no! Don't don't don't don't don't bleed out the country to help people put them to work, but that's why I was That's at least. Why was strategically smart for Democrats to put this out there and in a highly public way so that Republicans need to say no to this thing that is. Offering all these. Things that Americans desperately need right now. And meanwhile the bright hasn't is offering to revise death numbers down so that he doesn't look as bad like I. Mean I do feel like this has to be getting through to people. Even the people who've been ignoring everything. We're even talking about yesterday about like. It is encouraging to see like people are out here appreciating their Republican governors, because strictly because like they don't want you to die like. Some potential for some for some bipartisanship here, if like, especially on a state level and city level, even if you don't align with them politically perfectly, they give a fuck. If you live or die, and they're offering resources and plans to get people you know, get people through this. Yeah, yeah, they can't collect taxes if you're dead. Right there, it is somewhat like reassuring I. Mean a lot of the things that we talk about on the show. Make me more cynical, but like we are still seeing like seventy percent of the global population. Doing the same thing with the same goal in mind, which probably hasn't happened at any other point in history. Yeah, like everybody making the same sacrifice to stay at home, right? The pandemics helped the left in that right distill, all of their values back down to common ground level, where we can see eye to eye and I guess for summer were still missing some people because it seems like so far, most people agree human life more important than money. Your life is more important. Life of your family is more important, so it's odd. We had to go literally down to brass tacks here. Like okay fuck it. Let's not talk about abortion about gun. Control is not talking about any other, Shit. True or false? Would you rather have money in your pocket or your family die? which would you if it was a by an area? Aric has let's take a quick break and we'll come back and talk about Robert Pattinson. Working from home. Conference calls. John with everything. We have going on right now. It's never been more important. Get to sleep. We need quality. Sleep is a natural immune booster, and only the sleep number three sixty smart beds, senses your automatically adjust your comfort and support on both sides your sleep number setting so all those other things we doing to stay healthy and happy well they'll work better to and now during our Memorial Day sale save thousand dollars on the queen's sleep number three sixty special edition smart now only seventeen, ninety, nine, only.
Robert Pattinson tries to microwave pasta and it all goes horribly wrong
"Robert Pattinson's interview in GQ magazine is has gone viral because people are trying to make his hand held pasta at home his Collini anyway little pillow little pillows so Robert Pattinson shared how he's dealing with life and self isolation by sharing with GQ magazine that he's flexing his home chef muscles by creating handheld pastas and somebody actually made the recipe and it looks nasty fancy it looks a little slightly dangerous it includes slices of cheese and H. P. sauce zero six H. P. sauce kind of like a one yeah but critics right
The Batman Director Shares First Footage Of Robert Pattinson As Batman
"The director of the new Batman movie shared a glance yesterday of his version of the dark knight here's Carmen Roberts from fox news radio fans get a first look at Robert Patterson as the new Batman director Matt Reeves releases a screen test of the twilight actor in the new Batman suit the teaser trailer opens in black with ominous music assist slowly fades into focus you can see Pattison wearing
Fans get first look of Robert Pattinson as Batman
"And videos get the first look at actor Robert Pattinson as the new Batman teaser trailer released Thursday sept ominous music slowly fades into focus showing Pattison wearing an angular Batman suit a long way so to see the full picture the film won't be released until June twenty fifth twenty twenty one Carmen Roberts and his
Willem Dafoe on 'The Lighthouse,' working with Robert Pattinson
"A great movie for you to see right now. Called the lighthouse starring Willem Dafoe. Who just accidentally happens wants to be here? Happened congratulations thing. You know. Because it's so dramatic with you and Robert Pattinson acting this lighthouse lighthouse. Could you stand each other. After you finished shooting it. Oh sure it was a pleasure to look at him. It's a pleasure you played so many mean bester stick to I have a now. I have this all right. Peters what we've also played really Nice People Jesus Christ thank you so I get that but these guys go a little crazy yup for the weeks there on this like he would do I would yeah. It's eight thousand ninety s lighthouse off the coast of Maine Two guys they're supposed to be there for for four weeks once an older guy. He's an old hand has been working at the lighthouse for a little while. That's you that's me. I'm the older one of the a two not an old guy. Oh older one. Yes and then. There's the younger one which is rob Pattinson. And he's new. It's kind of mysterious. Who exactly acne is? But I kinda put him through his paces and try to break him into this kind of work kind of rake imperial. Well hang on. Aw I all just trying to run the lighthouse. And then we don't get picked up. The weather goes very bad. And we're supposed to be relieved after four weeks and we don't and then not to give away the whole story but then the food goes bad and we have nothing but liquor left we start to drink back and to people that weren't great friends at the beginning Don't become better friends with and things don't Kossovo. Sometimes when there's there's no looker kerosene will come in as well. You know but it's such an isolating thing that we're watching you get cost or phobic when you're watching and we feel the same way I was longing for kerosene when I came out You know it's a psychological thriller beautifully made by the Director who made made the witch anger Robert eggers a real talent shot by germ ski. The deal P
"robert pattinson" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Smells bad then because I mean you get completely plus did yeah? I mean. It's funny like once. I think. This is an asset. When like he no they made Out of like a couple of hours and so I'm not going to say it's better not to know I'm not GonNa Jags to and also just thinking that it was so cold old trying to and also as a whole cleanup prices software. So you just really wanted to get it. How much do you want this? How exactly you can get it directly in my face but Wow I mean you really exposed to the elements in this film. I'm guessing passing. It was a mixture of real and fake like which is worse like fake rain and real rain the rain worse. Yeah because it's because it's left and it was freezing cold anyway but it's left in the The tank all the time cycle really really freezing and And also because because it's a little holes and it's it's like really need Lee rain so as painful the no marines after almost a relief they win out the But yeah it was kind of the elements of it's Nice. It's I think if anything I set up before the win If you have something to push back against the elements new environment pushing back against you And you can kind of fight against something right And so you. Can you feel you can go there with the acidic A extremity of your performance because can does like howling winds and stuff you feel self conscious and away yeah It made sense to your character. He is from winslow As we've I mean in many ways WHO's this very mysterious character like what? What did you make him like initially like? He's got a Lotta Secrets. I guess I mean I think it's like he's one of those people who thinks he. They think his secrets a wath more than they are. And that's only because he's he's trying to get his own He's he's trying to make. I mean there's a lot of different analysts but he's trying to kind of make his make more value of himself by thinking. Oh I've got this. I've got a pause but it's kind of actually kind of weirdly simple character and he doesn't he doesn't have the capacity to understand and And I think one of those cars is towards the end of colds them out on it and he said he thought it was some kind of mystery and you're quiet sheets and and nothing that painted bitch screaming at the I remember reading. That is because that's the kind of. That's the frustration. Because he's he just wants. He wants validation from William's character. By that saying you appreciate my work. Put Sam Se have been a good boy and a good thing but as I but he wants sit of his boss to kind of elevate him to a to a level higher than the boss says I. It doesn't make any sense. It's like people who are job all the time and just Kinda like in Boston appreciate what do you think a better than your boss. Then figure out how to get your boss's job otherwise why would you praise you more than they praise him. It's up yeah. I mean to be fair though. He's he's not the best boss William's character he's. He's a bit of a horrible boss. Pretty horrendous uh-huh incredible scene where he Basically invokes King Triton because you didn't like his cooking I mean mostly like being on the receiving end of that speech. That was does quite incredible is pretty amazing. And you're kind of I mean it's it's one of those things is what would kind of that was like a one one shot right and like and it's like seven minutes long and I love the some of the bold decisions in the filmmaking does know coverage that was really really log speech. Yeah I wow so you just you you you're just go for the gamble of And then every single time the movie that seen people just laughed so much talk to us. Yeah that's pretty incredible is almost like being in theater about sort of white filmmaking lake. Yeah and it's funny because it's I. I am amazed about I. Would I would love to see this as a place. Oh cool but Yeah it's funny. How people react to react to that? The kind of Close confines and and also just the aspect aspect ratio people too. So funny when you see people don't you. Everyone thinks he needs to have more and more impressive stuff. Newnan pressman. You just made the screen abyss. Mortar and people were really bizarre but adds to the sort of claustrophobic feeling. It doesn't it I love as well. You other coasters the SEAGULLS Who I I mean? They give pretty remarkable foments elements. You acting you acting opposite puppets was how did it work A lot of time is nothing there and then but There was it was quite amazing. I don't think they use lot of open for the public controlled by six guys and then but it was also ready delicate and expensive answered. Assuming I'm supposed to be like basie torturing seagulls you couldn't actually Beauty Roth with the puppet. Because the PUCK Thi- Fifty Grand Rights. It is and I'd say yeah we Kinda did that for a while and then had to replace it with just one of those rubber check can dog toys or which leads and Fed and beating squeak. It's kind of sad so terrible. Wow such a precise threat to how does he compare someone like it. Christopher Nolan who you've recently tenant of course like what what kind of what the difference is between those kind of directors Sarah's definitely similarity in that kind of and I've always thought that with with Chris Noland as kind of his movies. Seem like this sort of experimental will move is at Dunkirk. Everyone doesn't really see how bizarre God it's like there's no title in the movie tonight and people just don't even notice that and does so particular but I mean I think with both of them as well that you dont pretty relaxed at the same time the You get hints of the level of Control. You definitely see in the scripts that kind of very very Very detailed scripts But Yeah it's funny. I mean I guess scale scale is kind of different but they both kind of pre relaxed about like difficult circumstances. Yeah well we're super excited and also I come resist a question as well I know you. You can't say anything but like the cost surrounding this film now is this is immense. You've got local like Zoe Kravitz. They know and John Tours and I was recently like how excited you to like get involved with with thackery people in there that will kind of it's very. It's funny. They seem very cohesive There's something they all tonight. You can see why it's not just like get massive names right to do something very particular kind of a On weights dominance. It's going to be so cool. Yeah that first table reads is going to be. That's going to be a fun day. They like it. I think. That's my time bet logo. Thank you so much okay pats and now it's our views reviews reviews Last week of course there about two hundred eighty films that The warranted our attention this week. Thankfully there's only a couple one of them. is our mandate energies. The personal history of David Copperfield. John Aloe tell me things about this movie. Well this is of course Not based on the magician this is based on the book by tells the consumer based on the magician the Patel and he thought it was based on the magician initially when he got the offer..
"robert pattinson" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
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How was he Yes he was very good views. Seem a very nice person than might be a bit of an editing snafu. I slightly screwed up. The part of Robert Pattinson will be played by non. Someone like you even tell the difference. Every every time John asks a question what was it like being a lighthouse. Their answer is so it's about two men and then they get out. Hopefully it won't be that bad but yes it might as we've been in this starts in media res sort of thing all right. Here's four minutes from the man who forgot to press record. There's Ella happened. Maybe this president twice is is so tough is is is the counter move in. Is that recording. It's really tricky. Isn't it Anyway here you go. Are pats rubber bands and enjoy it because it was so serious the beginning maybe looking to scripture so serious and I was thinking is supposed to be funny. I don't understand like might dislike. Dwight is have a weird sense of humor. Like then you kind of realize okay. This has to be intentionally funny. Yeah and then Avenue to some Biz which was just so kind of audacious. You've never seen the script before I mean I guess until you see the scene when me and willin talking about Complaining about his cooking. And that's the same way just in the script grabbed. It was just saying what I think is one of the trailers this kind of It was two pages of dialogue the uh-huh type and then we got men. Robert Aga's had incredibly particular timing. About how how he wanted to do the watts and how each what was said different. And I'm like wow that's actually really fascinating. Yeah Yeah. He's quite precise directive. Right was stat any kind of like did he run. was there any directions that you thought. This is very strange No after you go use to. I mean there's some things about aspect ratio that we had the first couple of days just to fit in the same framing. It's been really close to each other because it's sort of like a square aspect right. Yeah right and is quite odd. 'cause you're especially when you're supposed to be playing Two guys who have pretty contentious attention relationship like why you would be talking like inches away from each other's faces. I mean it feels very bizarre kind of it just doesn't look like that on camera is kind of kind of takes a little getting used to it kind of feeds into your performance as well because this is something you can't help but be performed something slightly lately differently when you're little you're about to kiss them all the time and so it's kind of yeah becomes an interesting vibe Yeah and and how was it acting upset when you basically share like almost every scene with and you say Roy up in his grill And you'll carry it very adversarial like what was what you sort of keeping a distance of of cameras. Well Not Really I. I mean well. We we stayed in that Wilma. Got This Kind of little fisherman's cottage looked very delek doc. But I think there's actually it's freezing cold pretty miserable didn't really realize that there was a little. BNB which I was lovely WLI right. I didn't think he knew of its existence until it's too late. We kind of we would. Yeah Yeah I mean we hang out but it's like I mean I think what it was great but that was a weird strange thing about means. There's a massive woman I duNNo. I always kind of I always feel. Funny about a giving away my inadequacies in ignorance as is an active to act as I admire so kind of dairy. Say anything even when I'm doing with them now I don't onto the question Russian. 'cause I know he's really clever and he'll say say interesting. I want to talk about. It's like shit against. I mean we can talk about shitting. If that's your comfort zone would say. I think I've done it too many times. I mean there is a there is a one of the best shots in this film. Is You get a face. Full of Shit which sort of reminded me of like life? Yes it's a good metaphor for how many how many takes cinder yesterday eh I think not many styles asked you really difficult and terrifying because the cliff. It's not fate Clinton right and we're wearing these kind of like period corrections pouring rain and it was like incredibly windy and holding two bucks. HSIEH's actually really heavy and and then to throw. Every time I threw it. You'd Augusta Winter. Come at the same time and I'm like a third away from the edges that's terrifying And also quite. Oh that's why because there's a massive as a huge industrial fan to get the shit to blow by race and so you'd kind of lean forward you'd have to Lean Sofa. Mankind rely on the fan to keep you from falling off the cliff. Back think about it. What was the shit out of seeming especially smells bad then because I mean you get completely plus did yeah? I mean. It's funny like once. I think. This is an asset. When like he no they made Out of like a couple of hours and so I'm not going to say it's better not to know I'm not GonNa Jags to and also.
"robert pattinson" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Taylor with the world So it'd be good for whoever jumps to cut the mobile if they're able to to put more of an infant of their vision into film and be good I I yeah. I agree completely with that. I think as much as I enjoy. Captain Marvel eighties middle to lower tier marvel for me. I revisited last week. My wife and it's fun the middle since funds. It's fine it's good but I. I think there was a reason. We barely mentioned it on the revere podcasts the last year despite the fact that made a billion dollars so who knows maybe Boden afflicted and have the best experience either who who knows who knows is really interesting though that this films can be set in the present day a lot of people thinking that it was going to be another prequel But opportune present day should be very interesting especially because I think that soared which is a sort of a sister organization to shield is going to be a big thing in base form beyond Ondon? Captain Mama's GonNa have a big party it doesn't have to be set on earth either does early What was nick fury up to the end of spider by far from home who we may never know they may forget to tell us but as exciting Amschel and Shanxi which is together quicker overseas? 'cause that's going to start filming fairly soon. You're not imagine what would it be announced next year next February in fact so good casting so far flat Tony Lung and Similar Lou has Shanxi himself and Aquafina Fina of course Yeah Shaping up pretty nicely indeed anything else. Can we talk about. The David Lynch show on Netflix. Have you seen it yeah. I haven't seen it yet so I started watching it on my lunch break and it was just not the right mood. I think you with with any. It's very twin peaks. David Lynch right. You need to be in the right. Mindset teams long having a stressful day. It's cooled. What did Jack Back to Jack? Basically that look as as a as an investigator interrogating being a Capuchin monkey called Jack was accused of a murder and it ends with a lot of shouting thing of the wood to turn to totter ball which myself and Chris Lipton being challenge each other across the office this week. Who taught a the bond to toss a boon to toubon? If I explain what that is. It's a spoiler. Wow if you go. Seventeen minutes and Considerable mental capacity for it. You can watch. What ejecta you right now on? Netflix dropped on his birthday which is nice. That's nice his birthday. He gave us a treat a foreplay Aussie Ozzie January. I played a Netflix for allowing. You know one. The great filmmakers to do this again platform. I think as well as quite nice to see a platform like Netflix. On the things they can do between this and the Thom Yorke show Anamur from last year. There's Paul Thomas Anderson who did that having an outlet for fulfil makers to just make these a little weird short films and not necessarily going to go and see those in the cinema or if they just got released on Youtube it feels it feels different those coming Out on a platform like Netflix and streaming services. You can make whatever you want and they can get out there and Find an audience for it. It was crazy things I I talked about this and then he and he points in the last couple of weeks so apologies if I have but John Mullany and the sack lunch bunch to see that on on Netflix over Christmas I think the Kevin Hart documentary that I watched but the Joe Mullany show is really fun. So it's a parody of Mr Rogers type special which doesn't really fly in this country because we never really got specials like that so it's a bit of a Friday special. He's playing this. He's painted that sort of more funkier version of himself and he's friends with all this. There's a bunch of kids called a sack lunch bunch and those musical numbers and little sketches and Cameos from people like David Byrne and but Jake Jillian Hall appears in the last five ten minutes as a character called Mr Music playing himself planning character called Mr Music. And he's deranged. Is this like oak level of Yeah Jalen whole Yaris like cranked up beyond even eleven yes just absolutely nuts. It's glorious So checkout wants to come in hot I did you see my name pop up in that did I. I was GONNA take yeah episode for. There's a sort of a bit where cuts to sort of quote from the night school views. which because you were kicking? I was like you know compared to somebody else fairly kind you give I gave it two stars harsh. gersh unfocused uninspired anatomy onscreen unfocused uninspired. So yeah apparently I've taken your mantle of ruining people's.
"robert pattinson" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Delicious salted Caramel ice cream down. She'd tastes salty. And you put in your mouth. All my God is having time incurred so Chris introduce meets a Bang Bang cauliflower not a sexual in the two scoops related records My dossier so yes checkup cauliflower and Check make a movie. We dug co two as well while you're at it also anyway which man's having to catch a career he's loving it but Captain Marvel to is on the The starting grid. They've announced this week. They have they've brought on on our writer which is always a good place to start these things. Megan McDonnell. I'm meanwhile Michelle Yeoh is talked. Join Shine Chee and the legend of the ten and rings a lot. Even though she's Roger She's in got into galaxy to write no one means those ten seconds where the best ten seconds of the gym Chan's in its with its happened. It's happened before and well if you want to. We tweet this. Should we do a spreadsheet Alpha would listen Captain America's civil war in Luke cage as. Well Yeah I the Ali when he plays blade he will also have played two roles in the ICU. Kind of although. I guess. We're not really considering no-shows necessary okay. But anyway because he was also cottonmouth in Luke Cage and Laura Haddock as numerous examples. Actually but Laura Haddock Place Protocols Mom in Gardens Galaxy but I'm also is an enthusiast autograph hunter who asks for Steve Rogers Signature in captain. America the first defender. Who wouldn't unloaded? WHO wouldn't ask for Steve Rogers On the on the Captain Marvel for an yes. See that they're looking for director at the moment A wouldn't be my place. Apparently they're looking for another females are to take over Anna Burnham reflect. A seemed like aren't going to be involved in caps wraps a mobile too but may still be involved in future marvel projects but it probably into my head. I was thinking today. Who who would be great to take over? Captain Marvel would love nothing. Nothing more than Olivia Wilde. Today REX. I saw this tweet. I light this tweet I stand. This tweet is a tweet. We say Sebastian the analysis. Dan Sebastian. This tweet I am but yeah. That's that's a really great show ends at yeah I I don't combine that Sort of an burden flick on returning. Because when I think of it's the MC actors who've managed to perk a lot of their vision into a model film. I don't really think of the mob as much as I enjoyed watching it. Yeah I think a Vine Kugler Black Panther I think of tycoon So it'd be good Alan.
"robert pattinson" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"What are you doing. That's how that's how music comes in. Arthur she said that line. Okay okay you missed the moment. That's fine fine until the good all all right some other bits and pieces of news to get through This is a rumor filing a rumor at the moment but Tyco. It might direct a star war Like like a big Big Star Warren supposed to the little the star war. He's directed in the last episode of the Manta Maurienne and he responded to this rebate by confirming it as a rumor by posting on twits. twits a the album cover for fleetwood. Mac's rumors to respond to that I mean I think we'd all be happy to see this We Love Taika. He's proven for even especially with the fact that he can take on these sort of bigger properties and infuse a bit his own personality in there but still make it true Weaving into the whole. Oh but he's such a busy guy. He's in. The middle of shooting. Next goal wins at the moment. He has thought Levin Thunder coming coming up. Yep So he's already got a pretty stacked schedule he's still of the in the sort of award season talk for for Josiah Rabbit So he's he's got plenty of he's got a lot of things going on Exco wins wrapped apparently Who has it well? Maybe that's slightly. Frees him up. I dinner about this. I feel like I don't know that. His sensibilities are well matched with that. Fun Choice I think I haven't seen the last absolutely Laurean or indeed any mandatory in for that matter is out here. March twenty fourth but Certainly reviews in the state said his last episode was really really good. I I wanted the film might be quite different proposition episode of the TV show way. There's already an established of template you you're working towards and also I you know it's it's it's kind of weird that he is essentially a comedy director and they fired Phil Lord and Chris Miller and so on Solo Faw. Aw reportedly it was too comedic and improvisational. And that's exactly his style and you know tikey tweeted in two thousand seventeen that he he. I mean the tweet was when he was suggested I always film. He tweeted back lull. I like to complete my films. I'd be fired within in a week. So you know I I. What's going on behind the scenes stores? Will he get fired. It's the question let's sweepstake. I'm not mad. That tycoon been imposed from a fan of him. As I'm sure everyone else is at the table. I just want the I wanted to be a bit of a break before we started having these discussions again. We've just had the last hours film at One Seinfeld is the Travis. Stable was disappointed by it Shall we say and yeah that was billed as the final stonewalls forward. Obviously I've won the final final stylist but I wanted to be a vest. Pipe before we started having these conversations again. If you know five ten years down the line Taika does end up making it Maybe that would have been enough of a gap between now and then for dad to be sort of more leeway with Taika putting his own spin to it But yeah we'll see. I'm more worried about his schedule. I don't suffer burnout. Frankly because he is a precious rare jewel and we must be. It must be protected at all costs. yeah I just I worry about you know. Take a break of the thornton eleven thunder. Just take a couple of weeks off now do an and recharge. But also I'd like to be a sense of a strategy that would be nice hoed map with With the Star Wars movies rather than just. Oh Y- would you like to direct a star wars. Yeah yeah sure. Yeah.
"robert pattinson" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Brother changes the Andrew Child in order to take over the the reins. So they're gonNA be writing the next couple of books together so as of next year the Twenty Fifth Jack Reacher Book. The Sentinel is GonNa come out and that's going to be written is on the Authority covers as Lee child impeached letters and in smaller letters like four point font it's average Patrick Child Underneath and so gradually he's going to take over the series and start riding the himself. And I'm very conflicted about this. I at the same time I'm Lee Child is very Used me nothing. He's giving me a great deal of pleasure over the years. He is a friend of the Paul. He's been on the podcast a couple of times I wish him a fairy very happy retirement if you WANNA go off and do whatever he wants to. He's earned the right and billions of dollars to help them. Do that is totally fine but I want more reach on my life. I won't proper proper reach not watered-down richer but there we are but anyway I can sense from the three blank faces. This is a conversation perhaps best happy. How James and everybody else said nothing ever seen seen Jack reacher never go back or whatever it was? I forget the film I'm fine I ending. I'm going to. I don't think I'm ever GonNa read a book because they're absolutely incredible. I could see you sneering out from your a little ivory tower going. Ooh Ooh just a man with big arms punching someone Malcolm God will love some Malcolm. Gladwin Malcolm fucking glad. Well he's a hack. He's he's been reading for ten thousand hours he really good at it. There's highbrow Joe Anyway. We'll talk more weather next week. on the show but these sad news broke last week. was that following the Disney takeover Fox Twentieth Century Fox is no more Yeah Fox. searchlight is no more Bilal I mean Louis. Those storied studios are are being rebranded to twentieth century. stews and certainly pictures. I feel sad about this. Yeah I actually was screening at Fox today In Soho Square off season just called subway. It's well I think I think the building is it's it's disappearing and a huge part of London's film history right there. It is and the you know. The neon sign is iconic in Soho but I saw X. men apocalypse into yeah domino's Lewis History where I saw the trailer for X.. Men Doc Phoenix three times down down at the screening today. The film had the new logo without Fox said just said search. Did you still have the still have the fun. I I think the reason. This rebranding is just because Disney on on twenty th century Fox obviously and I think they just want to distance themselves from Fox News and the folks folks channel separately is still owned by News Corp get so. It's a branding exercise. But essentially faulk should be tainted by Fox News. It came before four Fox News. It it has its own unique niche in film history. And I feel that. Hopefully it won't be completely a raised in Erotica. You know the the Fox By Catholic archives will hopefully still be available. You've heard all this rumors and reports that that That repertory theatres for example mainly in the the. US As far as I can tell aren't able to show Fox movies. Because as Disney's policy Disney don't allow cinemas to run their movies. A now apparently extends it's a Fox as well. I would hope really really hope that you have the incredible incredible archive and you do something positive with it and you do something positive with the name. Yeah I mean it's funny because that was the original name Twentieth Century Pictures I think before it merged with Fox tedious. When we're talking? What then thirties? A forty s there were two separate sieges became twenty century folks. So it's sort of harking back to past but Yeah it does feel a little bit like they're scrubbing scrubbing history. It does hit as it feels. It feels a shame. Feels like someone's gone up to Fox gone what's your name and they've gone twentieth century. Twenty th century wants look off in the Distance Twentieth Century skywalker. Yeah.
"robert pattinson" Discussed on Fresh Air
"My family. We're different from others are kind. We only hunt animals launch. Control a thirsty you you sent second drug to me. I mean like my own personal brand heroin smell real good I love how like your characters is like brew like Toxic Masculinity and the seductive dangerous Chris Young man mixed with a sensitive young man trying hard not to lose control of his impulses NBA. What's Your psycho-sexual analysis of your character? I mean I guess. Yeah in the context in context that will now. The context has changed. I mean I am I remember when I was doing it I think what I was thinking was The danger inch of When he fall in love with someone to the instinct to build a pedestal higher and Higher Aaron Higher and higher than sudden? It was something to do with I keep make clearly round up everything. Vague every car job played some kind of self doubt. Is She I thought when he falls in love with Bala It makes him feel weaker and weaker and weaker and he and she becomes this kind kind of enormous kind of That she becomes his fantasy figure. And that's what's terrifying. Him is making him feel week from week. the psycho sexual stuff. I mean it kind of I don't know there was something I remember watching Lust caution was very very obsessed with that movie when I was doing A fast toilet and it's kind of I. I always kind kind of imagine that thing in especially in movies because the intent the the tiniest individual touch or just presence you know if you're in each other's his presence of just very very briefly in these tiny little moments they become so magnified in cinema. The I wanted to make even less about outs Them holding hands or anything. I mean I I wanted them to only touch like three times in the entire movie and just those three times associate of electrifying. And it's it's it's painful to them like it's it's not a kind of. It's not particularly pleasurable thing. That how much they're attracted to each. It's just a traumatic. Just kind of probably how I felt about my teenage relationships tabooed is the more like electric. It becomes yeah. That's the way it's really difficult to generate that when you get older. I think it's hilarious. Actually that you know you worked with were Herzog. And he made this Great Vampire Film Nas for two and not the silent version of NAS for up to but North Route Two starring Klaus Kinski. That's one of the darkest films and his version of the vampire. Somebody who is living forever and doesn't much like the idea you know he he. There's no pleasure in his life and he's he's kinda hideous and like the rats follow the plague follows him wherever he goes and endure. This kind of romantic like Montgomery clift was a vampire you know so it's just like two completely opposite visions of the I think I think Edward basically is no stranger to but at the same time he still has about doing his hair. Written stuff has no hair because he is kind of a set of I. I don't know what they are. The kind of massive bone of contention adamant when I was doing twilights like they've lived hundred years. Why they still going to high school? It's always seventeen seventeen forever but even I mean people drop out of high school with no people drove out. Say What does He. He's he's in the same. So if your vampire was seventeen forever. How how old were you when you played him I was I think I started when I was twenty? One Twenty one to finish plus twenty six. What was it like for you when fame hit I mean it was it. It's funny because it was so Sudden I mean it was. I think I don the movie and gone. I was in la just doing auditions and stuff and Then we did COMI CON in two two thousand eight And it was literally from having absolutely no one recognized you whatsoever. We went into the the big Whole H. in San Diego and it was like being am backstreet? Boys just made aid lemonade from we walked through the Dole and it was just down the rabbit hole and But it was so sudden it didn't feel real L. to me at all I mean it was like I am. I think I'm really happy I had that I kind of brush with it all like that because it seems so surreal That I felt like I was. I'd gone to pay to see a show of if people go screaming crazy and it was nothing to do with me whatsoever. I mean it kind of and I kind of always felt the whole way through it. I mean it just. It felt so sudden but I didn't feel the weight of responsibility with it at all getting back to twilight for a moment. You and your co Star Kristin and Stewart or a couple for several years. When she hosted Saturday night live in two thousand seventeen she referred to that in her opening monologue which was hilarious? So the here's an excerpt of it all nervous be hosting. Because I know the president's probably watching and I'd only likes me that how much here's how I know for years ago. Is this guy named Rob Rubber and we broke up and then we got back together and for some reason it may donald trump go insane. Here's what he actually tweeted. This is real Robert Pattinson not take Kristen Stewart. She cheated she did on him like a dog. And we'll do it again. Just watch can do so much better now. I know what you're thinking right that's crazy. The president tweeted. What about you once narrow the president's weeded about me eleven times he also said everyone knows I'm right that Robert Pattinson dumb dumb Kristen Stewart in a couple years? He'll thank me. Be Smart Robert I know and then one day later he tweeted and everyone is asking me to speak more in robbing Christie. And I don't have time except to say Robert Draper. She cheated on you and she'll do it again. Okay so to be fair. I don't think Donald Trump hated me. I think he's in love with my boyfriend because he also tweeted this miss. This university doesn't solve pagent will be airing on NBC and tell them until December nineteenth open invite students for patents. That's it's crazy right. The president is not a huge fan of me. But that is so okay and Donald's if you didn't like me then you're probably not going to like me now because I'm hosting SNL. And I'm like Okay Dude. Kristen Stewart's opening monologue and Saturday night. Live so there's one other Miss Universe reference I mentioned from Donald Trump tweet from two thousand twelve Robert. I'm getting a lot of heat for saying you should dump Kristen but in right if you saw the Miss Universe girls you would reconsider. I so great. He's plugging his beauty pageant and making it sound like you should be shopping for a girl from my catalog of beauty pageant. Contestants like I'll show you show you them you can choose. You could have so so we heard heard a little bit of Kristen. Stewart's reaction to all of that. What was your reaction to the tweets? I I feel like I have a kind of alter-ego who's living that existence of it is kind of. I don't feel like it's an anyway in reference to to to me in reality at all yeah I mean. I think it's just an impossible thing to compete and I'm kind of I mean especially now I mean at the time it didn't really I wasn't even paying attention to at all yet. I mean it's kind of it's kind it fascinating. I think actually a while ago checked and I think he might deleted tweets now think. Hey let's hold out about you over it now You're like To fame your first jobs that resembled acting was lead modeling Me started modeling when you were twelve. Were you what were you modeling for at age twelve. I mean like what kinds of products clothing I I used to women's hand mode when you're kidding me coverage of food jewelry for yeah for like catalogue rings and stuff so the beautiful engagement ring would actually be on. Your Dad. Did that once. But I definitely like that I don't know actually I think.
"robert pattinson" Discussed on Fresh Air
"AWS DOT ORG RG. I'm too old to have grown up watching Mister Rogers neighborhood but I loved the new film a Beautiful Day in the neighborhood starring. Tom Hanks as Fred. Rogers my guest is the film's director Mario Heller. She also directed one of my favorite films from last year. Can you ever forgive me. She previously joined us to talk about her her first film the diary of a teenage girl. The new film is inspired by the story of Rogers relationship with journalists Tom. Juno who was assigned to profile Rogers in nineteen ninety eight for a special issue of esquire. un-american Heroes Juneau says the assigning editor thought it would be amusing to have have him a journalist determined to say the unsaleable right about the nicest men in the world but talking with Rogers changed those life should know wrote a new essay about his relationship with Rogers published in the Atlantic to coincide with the film's release. He writes a long time ago. A man of resourceful and relentless kindness cygnus saw something in me. That I didn't see myself. He trusted me. When I thought I was untrustworthy and took an interest in me that went beyond my initial interest in him him? He was the first person I ever wrote about who became my friend and our friendship endured until he died in the movie. Tom Gino's name is changed into Loyd Vogel. His personal story is changed to. Let's hear a scene from the film in which Lloyd is interviewing. Rogers Lord has a bloody cut in a bruise on his face which he told Rogers he got from a softball game but he really got it at his sister's wedding when he got into a fight with his estranged father this Peace will be for an issue about heroes. Do you consider yourself a hero. I don't think of myself as a hero. No not at all. What about Mister Rogers? Is he a hero. I don't understand the question. Well there's you fred and then there's here's the character you play. Mr Rogers said it was a play at the plate is is that is that what happened. I'm I'm here to in to you Mr Rogers well that that is what we're doing. Isn't it Marielle Hiller. Welcome to fresh air. Congratulations on the film. Thank you What did you due to help Tom? Hanks embody Mr Rogers in the movie. I mean the positive thing going into this was obviously the the way the the public feels about Tom. Hanks has a similar quality to how we feel about Mr Rogers so there was a warmth that we were starting with there was so much that was already done there but the truth of the matter is Tom is a very different person energetically than than Mister Rogers. He's very he's very funny. He's very charming. He's actually got like a loud booming voice and walks into a room. And you know he's there he shakes everyone's hand. He cracks cracks jokes. He's he's boisterous he's really vibrant and It's never awkward when you're talking to Tom. Hanks I've never seen him have an awkward conversation with anybody and what we figured out in our research about Fred was that he really was comfortable sitting in silence and awkwardness and he would ask questions to people and he would wait for an answer. No matter how long it took and he wouldn't fill that silence in And he had a stillness to him too. So so a lot of what I had to do. especially in the beginning was to kind of rain. Tom's natural buoyancy back and settle him into a kind of Zen. Like state where he was being hyper present in every moment. Did you watch Mister Rogers neighborhood as a child I did so. So is there an thing that he said or did that. You remember from your childhood. I have very clear. Memories of loving the part of the show that was in his house and then feeling scared of some of the puppets in the land of make believe. And I think particularly lady. Elaine What scared you about her? While she looks like a witch she's got like this burnt nose and burnt cheekbones. And she had this very scratchy scratchy voice and She was terrifying. I think she was terrifying for a lot of kids. And you know I've I've rediscovered the show now as a parent I've we've had a very different perspective on it now that I'm a parent and I can watch it with my kid. And we also the first way we really came to it was through Daniel Tiger's neighborhood which is the modern day incarnation of Mister Rogers neighborhood that the Fred Rogers Company makes and it's all based on the teachings of Fred Rogers but it's an animated show And that it shows just been the most incredible thing for my kid and for me and it's been the thing that's kind of that I was reconnecting to before I even was signed onto this project. Act that was the first show. I let my kids watch and It kind of got me back in touch with Mister Rogers from a different adult perspective. Tell me more about that adult perspective on the show. I think I have a memory of thinking that the show was just all happier. Go lucky or something or it just easy and then as an adult looking back. I realized that he wasn't afraid of any of the hardest parts of childhood or talking about the most uncomfortable. Things he tells the truth. I mean that that is a radical notion but he tells kids the truth and I was blown away way going back and seen the topics that he was covering on his show. I had this really painful experience variance of watching the episode about death with my three year old at the time which it's kind of it was such a profound experience. We were having a snow day and so he was home from school but it was a day that I kind of set aside that I was going to watch a lot of episodes Mr Rogers so I asked Wiley if you wanted to watch some episodes with me and I let him pick out based on the kind of thumbnails on on the Internet and he picked the fish one because he's very obsessed with underwater stuff's ocean stuff But I knew just looking at the end they'll sufficient one. This is the episode about death breath and I thought Oh. Are we going to go here. Okay and so in the episode Mr Rogers goes to feed the fish and one of the fish is dead head and he tries to revive it and puts it in some saltwater and he sloshes it around and it Kinda limply sloshes around he says oh it looks like it's moving but it's not actually moving. And then he buries the fish and he tells this story about his dog Mitzi who died when he was a kid and I just watched I my kid watch this episode knowing that we hadn't spoken really very much about death and as Mr Rogers is telling the story about the Dog Dying Wiley looks at me with this kind of skeptical look and goes togs. I don't die and I had this like Mister Rogers in my head and went. WELL NO DOGS DO I. I And I told I guess. What's a little bit of a stretch of the truth but I said you know when they're when they're very old and their bodies are tired you you know dogs do die and and cats die and we have two cats and he looked at me and went cats cats die and I said yeah and he said but we have great cats and I thought Oh God what have I opened here and and and then I pulled out a picture of one of our cats who had passed away when he was a baby and I said you know remember? I've told you about this cat who died. WHO's buried in the backyard? And you know now. I believe everyone believes different things but I believe when I wanNA visit him. I I can go to the cherry tree in the backyard and and visit him And I could see kind of wheels turning wheels turning and we kept watching the show for a few minutes and then while he turned to me and he goes mom Walruses don't die and I said well walruses do die and he started wailing wailing in a way that I had never experienced before he like it felt like he was weeping for all humanity or I like the entire universe and just asking me if we could bury all the walruses in our backyard so we visit them and I I held him and I was crying and all I could figure out to say was I know this hurts. I know this is so painful. All I don't know what to say But this really hurts and then later that night as I was putting him to bed you know. The dreaded question came which which was. What about people You know people don't get the way he said it was people. Don't get dead do they. And then we had our kind of second round of weeping that happened in that came out of this episode episode of Rogers and. I don't think I handled it great and I sort of felt I still feel guilty for how this all came up because I felt like. Was it too a young for us to kind of go there but I also felt like all like had to guide me. Was Fred telling me you know we we. We let the kids guide these conversations. Listen and tell them the truth and so. That's what. I tried to do. Amazing Story. I'm just trying to figure out what I WANNA. So it was also one of the first stories that I told Joanne Rodgers. When I went to Pittsburgh I'm just remember? What did she say I think we sat in her living room and she teared up and we kind of held hands as I talked about it because it had just happened when I talked to her about it? and then she made a little video for Wiley. Not about that but to sane. Hello my guest. Is Mario Hiller director of the new film. Beautiful Day in the neighborhood. We'll talk more after a break break. And we'll hear from actor Robert Pattinson. He became famous for playing a teenage vampire in the twilight saga he stars in the new film the Lighthouse. I'm Terry Gross Rawson. This is fresh air weekend. This message comes from. NPR sponsor capital one with the capital one Walmart rewards card. You can earn five percent.
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"robert pattinson" Discussed on Fresh Air
"My family. We're different from others. Are we only hunt animals. Lunch controller thirsty you breath you sent psych and drug to me like my own personal brand hand. Heroin smell real good I allow your characters is like brew of Toxic Masculinity and the seductive dangerous young man mixed with a sensitive young man trying hard not to lose control of his impulses. Yeah what's your psycho sexual analysis of your character. I mean I guess yeah in the context in contexts. The context has changed. I mean I am I remember when I was doing it I I think what I was thinking was the Danish of When he fall in love with someone to the the instinct to build a pedestal higher and higher and higher and higher than sudden it was something to do with I keep make clearly round up everything. Vague every car has some kind of self doubt. Is She I thought when he falls in love with Palo It makes him feel weaker and weaker and weaker and he and she becomes this kind of enormous kind of That she becomes his fantasy figure. That's what's terrifying. Him is making him feel weaker week. the psycho sexual stuff. I mean it kind of I don't know if there was something I remember watching Lust caution of very very obsessed with that movie when I was doing a confess twilight and it's kind of I always kind of imagine that thing in especially in movies because the intent the the tiniest individual touch or just presence you know if you're in each other's presence of just very very briefly in these tiny little moments they become so magnified signified in cinema. The I wanted to make even less about Them holding hands or anything. I mean I I wanted them to only touch like three times in the movie and then those three times associate of electrifying. That's it's it's painful to them like it's it's not a kind of. It's not a particularly pleasurable thing. That how much they're attracted to each other it's just It's traumatic. Just kind of probably how. I felt about my teenage relationships. I guess the more tabooed is the more like electric it becomes. Yeah that's the way. It's really difficult to generate that when you get older yeah. I think it's hilarious. Actually that you know you worked with Werner Herzog and he made this great vampire film loss for two and the silent version of NAS for up to but Nas Route Two starring Klaus Kinski. That's one of the darkest films and his version of the vampire. Somebody who who is living forever and doesn't much like the idea you know he. There's no pleasure in his life and he's he's Kinda hideous hideous and like the rats follow the plague follows him wherever he goes. And you're this kind of romantic like of Montgomery clift. I was a vampire. You know So it's just like two completely opposite visions of the entire. I think I think Ed Wood basically is his most brought to but at the same time he still has about doing his hair and stuff has no hair because he is kind of set of. Yeah I doubt that was the kind of massive bone of contention Adams when when I was doing Toilets like they've lived hundred years. Why are they still going to high school? It's always seventeen seventeen forever. I mean people drop out of high school with no people drove out of high. School is in the same year. Yeah so if you're vampire was seventeen forever. How old were you when you played him I was I think I started when I was twenty? One Twenty one to finish was twenty six. What was it like for you when fame hit I mean it was it. It's funny because it was so Sudden I didn't I mean it was. I think I I've done the movie and gone. I was in la just doing auditions and stuff stuff on Then we did comic con in Two Thousand Eight And it was literally from from having absolutely no one recognized you whatsoever. We went into the big hole. H in San Diego and it was like being am backstreet. Boys just made lemonade from we walked through the Dole and it was just down the rabbit the whole and But it was so sudden it didn't feel real to me at all. I mean it was like I am. I think I'm really happy I had that I custom kind of brush with all like that because it seems so surreal That I felt like I was. I'd gone to pay to see show people go screaming crazy. It's nothing to do with me whatsoever kind of and I kind of always felt like the whole way through it. I mean it just. It felt so sudden but I didn't feel the weight of responsibility not with it at all. We had to take a short break here. So if you're just joining US my guest is Robert Pattinson. And he's now starring in the film the Lighthouse with Willem Dafoe. We'll be right back back. This is fresh air this message comes from. 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You and your Co Star Kristin John Stewart or a couple for several years when she hosted Saturday night live in two thousand seventeen. She referred to that in her opening monologue. which was hilarious? So here's an excerpt of it nervous to be hosting because I know the president's probably watching and I'd only likes me how much here's how I know for years ago as Dana. This guy named Rob Rubber and we broke up and then we got together and for some reason it may donald trump go insane. Here's what he actually tweeted. And this is real. Robert Pattinson should not take Kristen Stewart. She she did on him like a dog and we'll do it again. Just watch he can do so much better now. I know what you're thinking right. That's so crazy. The president tweeted additive out once narrow the president's weeded about me eleven times he also said everyone knows. I'm right that Robert Pattinson Dumb Kristen Stewart in a couple years. He'll thank me. Be Smart Robert I know and then one day later he tweeted. Did everyone's asking me to speak more Robert and Christopher and I don't have time except to say Robert Dropper she cheated on you and she'll do it again okay so to be fair. I don't think Donald Trump hated me. I think he's in love with my boyfriend because he also tweeted this Miss Miss Universe thousands of patients will be airing on NBC and tell them until December nineteenth open invite students for patents. That's Sarisi right. The president is not a huge fan of me. But that is so okay and Donald's if you didn't like me then you're probably not going to like me now now because I'm hosting SNL. And I'm like Okay Dude. Kristen Stewart's opening monologue and Saturday night. Live so there's one other Miss Universe reference I one mentioned from Donald Trump tweet from two thousand twelve Robert. I'm getting a lot of heat for saying you should dump Kristen but I'm right. If you saw the Miss Universe girls you would reconsider. I so great. He's plugging his beauty pageant and making it sound like you should be shopping for a girl from my catalog of beauty pageant. Contestants like I'll show you show you them you can choose. You could appleton so so we I heard a little bit of Kristen. Stewart's reaction to all of that. What was your reaction to the tweets? I I feel like I have a kind of alter-ego who's living that existence of it is kind.
"robert pattinson" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Sense. And I was listening to the low these lobster fishermen anche kind of trying to imagine. What those accented sound I can eighteen ninety ninety and Yeah but Robert Aga's does I mean that's one of his great skills as a director. He doesn't underwriter. There's an enormous amount amount of Historical Research and Yeah he comes up with these just beautiful little. Colloquial language has never normally see in modern movies so I want to contrast the lighthouse with another film that you made in two thousand eighteen that was called Damsel and it set like in the pioneer era. And I I love this film. You're heading across the frontier to meet up with your fiancee. And you're bringing her a wedding ring and a miniature horse because she loves miniature horses assist and you're bringing a preacher to marry you in holy wedlock. You're not very bright. You're kind of goofy seem really naive. But as a movie goes on turns out you're really delusional delusional. You're kind of like a crazy stalker. Things do not go well but CNN especially love like you're sitting around around the you're still on your way to meet up with her fiance and you're sitting around the campfire with the preacher. And you know you. I think those right after you've shown and him like a locket with her picture in it and you say you've written a song about her and you start singing the song called honey bun and honey bunches of word. We're going to here at like over and over in this. The only lyric so so. Let's hear some of Honey Bun and this is Robert Pattinson from the film Tom. Damsel pad of your being. You're in sync with Ma when we're apart.
"robert pattinson" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Snatches after becoming a success in big box office films. He pivoted to Indie Art House films like his new one. The Lighthouse you stars with Willem dafoe as increasingly unhinged lighthouse keepers. My guest Robert Pattinson became a teen heartthrob after starring in the two thousand eight film twilight as a very attractive seventeen year. Old Vampire Vampire. He was in the sequels too but he stared his career in a surprising direction. Pursuing out of the mainstream films by directors he admired like David Kronenbourg Kronenbourg. James Gray the softy brothers and Werner Herzog now he's in two new films the king which is a net flicks and the lighthouse which is in theaters. The lighthouse directed by Robert. eggers is a two character story it said in the eighteen ninety s and a lighthouse on a desolate rock off the coast of New England. Willem dafoe plays the old lighthouse keeper. Pattinson places young apprentice there alone together. The only other life around as the seagulls as the two men are hit by a fierce storm. They begin to lose track of time and to lose their minds. They assault each other verbally and physically. The film is shot the shadowy black and white giving it the look of an early horror film and horror films there are some supernatural occurrences or. Maybe they're hallucinations. Sion's let's hear a scene Defoe's characters been the verbose one. But after constantly insulting and mistreating patents character Pattinson the apprentice finally explodes so much parody given and nagging orders like sprints to school mom when all the while gives his station Jason Shelf. Well it's all healed leg. You see life all of the invite you more word coming out of your foul rotten smelly it. You think you're so high and mighty blight housekeeping while you ain't and capture no ship and you never was. You Ain't no journal you ain't no copper. You Ain't the president of gain my father. How sticky acting like you is stick? You're snoring God what's your okay okay. Welcome to fresh air. You spend so much time in this film getting abused by the weather and getting abused by Willem Defoe and by seagulls MHM when you signed on for this movie. Did you worry about how unpleasant it was going to be. No I think this definitely does definitely a part of the somewhat masochistic I think It makes it easy for me when in performance stuff where it does a lot of elements pushing against you just You're just reactive by default It makes acting a little easier when you don't have have to act whatsoever and You know if it's cold it's cold it's raining it takes away a little the difficulty Yeah you Willem Defoe really go at each other verbally and physically. Do Approach acting differently because my impression from reading bite you both is. Is that you do so if that's true. How does that affect how you approached your scenes together and you're the only people in the movies? So you're seems are mostly mostly together I'm not sure how that I'm not. I'm not I think think I'm not really sure I think we end a lot of ways perjure quite similarly. I mean I think we do a lot by yourselves. I think I'd like being a little bit. We think we both taping little isolated and in a prep period for it But I mean I noticed the one thing William has an enormous numerous amount of energy I don't know where he gets it from and I think my first day of hassles with him by the end of the day I needed a week off to its and he. I just hadn't dented his energy whatsoever and so I think one of the fee is going to be able to maintain just the rehearsal schedule until because these scenes interest just that long. I mean each a lot of these things just sort of Many plays and the way Rob Aga's direct to shoot them was In kind of long single takes in a lot of it's in a master And it's a it's kind of exhausting Austin and also I think because my the beginning of the movie is pretty reactive and he has a set of one eighty switch by the end of it I kind of had this strange feeling. I just didn't really want to show my Qods. I I always feel like if I'm if I can see in the other actors. Is that the done something which he was expecting he or she was expecting. I feel incredibly disheartened when I feel like I'm doing something fake if If I can just feel that they know where it came from and so I think trying to hold as many surprises up your sleeves ECON is important to me. The lead has is photographed in black and white almost like a horror film because they're so much like shadow What does that mean for you as an actor to be shot in black and white? I'm not sure if you you were in black and white before. So what I mean in terms of having to since lighting is almost like a main character in the movie. I am sure you really had to be very careful about where you were standing in. How you're moving so that the light and shadow would remain right? Yeah I mean it's it's it was scary at first because because we're shooting on black and white negative normally shoot on color negative and transparent digitally afterwards But when you're shooting on this negative and we had an older lenses also. These old lenses from the twenties and thirties You need the most enormous must not have light to light anything especially Nighttime scenes ironically like I think we had so many lights around the outside of the set to light for the interior night stuff That crew members getting son Bent. I mean it was an insanely bright and you couldn't. We couldn't see each each other men. You're sitting two feet away and all you see is just a silhouetted Halo around Around the other actor you can't see any expression on their face and I was I was I mean it's difficult to do a scene you basically totally blind But also I. I was kind of worried that If you have that much light on your face it really washes out everything and you can't really see any details but they Jaren blotchy which an Arab they'd found this filter which took out all the reds They probably ought to Be Able to talk about a little bit and I would but it. It kind of just really exaggerated every little cracking a skin an every facial hair anything and bits of Grimaud near so actually ended up looking really contrast you which You know it gives it that real grimy nece which I wasn't expecting to kind of thought you know if you normally if you base shine a spotlight someone's face they just. It takes away every every blemish on the face completely But it sort of did the opposite in this and everyone just looks very very very weatherbeaten did all that Excessive light. Give you headaches. I think so I to be honest I. I was so wound in time I feel like I was almost in a trance. The entire I've I mean it's so after a while playing someone who's really calm. Losing contact with them reality does an especially because was shooting in this little village Nova Scotia which does not on enormous amount of contact with your normal life will kind of I mean I was just staying in that world constantly. I mean I could tell what was going on around me at all. Buy into the sheet. are their books. You read had to get like the period in the language in your head. I mean not so much I mean I was kind of there was a there was a an old. It's just old footage of wailers And I think probably around nineteen ten ish. Maybe nineteen twenty Getting way oil which I looked at a lot of services services silent to that What just to see the the head the way people moved? There's a lot of kind of LUMBERJACK staff there are a lot of lumberjack songs. I was listening to which we're very very hopeful But for the dialect a lot of it has kind kind of what we imagined their sutton main accents which seemed like they've just existed for forever. UH which don't sound like you're in America asshole and I really loved those at the Microcosm accents. It's kind of islands. That make.
"robert pattinson" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"The chalkboard says tuesday september eleventh way for it two thousand one robert pattinson and this window cameras are the pull out no he's on the top floor of the world trade center fucking stupid way to enter film it is so like it has nothing to do with the movie up to that point yeah right the movie is not nine eleven related anyway just the weird way cool there's if i remember right there are some scenes where you're like oh weird that they're playing a like a newscast about the two thousand election in the background zine anyways robert patents his dad have some issues but then at the end it is just like straight up there just like boom the twist is robert patent since about to be nine eleven thanks rob yet that's actually something brick cavanaugh has been in the whole thing about like whether he has a stance on whether like muller's investigation should keep going right one of his papers is from the star report and one of his big points is that they shouldn't have done the whole star best gatien into whether you know clinton was having an affair or whatever because he liked feels partially responsible for leading osama bin laden go because he was distracted by all that shit so the supreme court justice who's currently being nominated a caused nine eleven let's move on what is schooling that you think is overrated overrated would be people who end emails or conversations with cheers this that is not okay to still doing it there god yet anytime okay cheers talk to you later or signing cheers comma your name is not okay at the sign that that you're not only boring but a little dangerous yeah but would have boring and dangerous as like your thing what they say that in the uk so it's my brand is born but i guess if you're like some like la bro and you're like yeah cheers cheers mate goes to england once right exactly like cheers talk to you later like beach can i get some chips with this i'm sorry she tries i was in the uk man cheers it is kind of like a run off of being like oh i went abroad for a semester and i just i just talk like this now help it will allow with british people and australian people correct yes british people and then australian people and then what's the other thing that they say about spiders oh yeah they're not here to spider that's a useful my favorite email sign of that is just kind of chillingly formal is regard to send a really long informal email i'm upset i'm sad oh the card's jamie you have to read it in a different voice where are you tweeting drake song titles spotify paying me what do you think of best best always bothers me a little bit for some reason it's the most common probably incomplete yeah i don't know just for someone who feels like they can't just go their name at the you you know know we'll have to sign off some thanks i am i do i do like a like a love regards and i love when people start an email by being like just circling back i'm horny for this this hello it's an isis the most night the nicest way of saying hey motherfucker what happened right we were just talking about do your job like when i was producing and have to deal like talent or like their pr teams and like you can't be like hey assholes you didn't answer the fucking question that's like fundamental to this production hates to circle back back are you put a pin in that oh god yeah fucking i jamie what is something that is underrated the the shoe selection at rite aid i'd like to direct you to are you wearing shoes compromising position last night where i was going i was not to brag going on a date and i forgot that the shoes i wore out that day were objectively dirty and disgusting as i don't know what to do like apm payless shoes is an open go so i was like maybe i could i don't i was gonna i just went into rite aid it was like maybe they've got some ugly sandals but my shoes were so dirty couldn't wear them they're like.
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"Bannon has the like whatever the dignity to be fucking high when he's doing that trump knows like two hundred words and is constantly like just in a state of sleep deprived like mania so there's not the idea that like any of this is strategic or that any of it is like the outgrowth of some sort of calculus on his part like he's been doing the same shit since i was a child an e tweeted more than one tweet directly at robert pattinson after him in kristen stewart broke up it wasn't just like a comment or a joke he he decided to advise robert pattinson to give to give them a little guidance going forward that's that's something that he thought would be a good my favorite vision that trump like the two thousand thirteen live tweeting access hollywood it's just a beautiful specimen you actually i'm so glad you brought up the kristen stewart robert pattinson thing because in those classic tweets and david you read about this he uses one of his famous stock phrases where he goes robert pattinson you got cheeto you again like a dog is like a dog is like the biggest insult trump the muslim i actually neil six times a day but in the piece you write about his conception of loyalty and how to him the behavior of a dog who are famously loyal to human beings is disgusting to him or like his conception of loyalty remember when we did the covy book and he asked kobe said i promise her i will always give you like my honesty and he goes yes honest loyalty.
"robert pattinson" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Amazing it's going to be really amazing fitna choosy better it's we built we committed to trilogy i have no idea how robert pattinson talks i just took what you did he's very sweet man and it's very quiet british like that area yeah yeah it was very it was pretty close relatively accurate yeah it was it was is what you thought it would katie how we doing on fennel oh oh the static that's the one that is not the one to kill prints that michael jackson prince yes it is the answer it is but is the one that killed for that's the one thing we have when he starts talking everyone just gets real sleepy the character magic he's a natural anesthetic like that human aesthetic he's a mutant makes as much sense as what does it domino's power which is what luck just super super lucky but at least that's in deadpool so that is what makes totally absurd is yeah yeah yeah yeah for some reason i didn't know rob delaney was in deadpool two and i was talking about the the deborah trailer that came out tonight literally so i'm on a i'm on a what is it a thread of blurred yes black nerds out of the bunch of writers from all these comic books whatever so we just send each other all sorts of stuff and literally before i came here they sent equalizer to trailer international trail and the latest deadpool two trailer and then that had the full rob delaney the previous trailers had like just a picture of rod delayed yet realize what heater.