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"rosa salazar" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

18:33 min | 1 year ago

"rosa salazar" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"La Super Exciting corporate event sounds like you don't want to say ooh holiday parties. Will you be making all the decorations 'cause I don't know they. They should hire someone else. In House. Decoration Suck Sarah will I was a busy making something else. I was busy doing true masterpiece so oh yeah so. It's kind of like your moonlighting a little bit living your best life all right so what's your suggestion. Sarah Matt Damon Matt Damon. How do you like those apples. What all right so that's a everyone on the panel. was nonplussed fine totally too exciting. We get a second name. Yes we do a double Matt Damon and another name. Let's go to someone else in the audience who is very excited it about his name that he has for US effects. He says he has a list but we only need one whereas mighty boob Nishi sitting this evening evening. Hey Dude Jason Right. I've seen you in the post show sessions and and What do you think Jason. What's worse with Matt Damon maybe of Lady. Oh Oh we didn't have a lady Typical Jason. Go Man God dammit. You're ready to book a Comedy Club. I'll be back with Lauren Holly Danny Devito. Oh my God we're GonNa be here all night so it's Matt Damon and Danny Devito films only so you can't say it's always sunny in Philadelphia or Jimmy. Kimmel live live at the same time yeah. We are no either one okay. Yeah we yeah yeah. You could name a film. Is Your name a film by the features Matt Damon. Rj Devito and you've got one lifeline you can go to the person whose name tag you chose once. I Would Hope Rosa that Sarah Arrowhead no at least one day when movies as it was her idea and then if your life is no help you can phone a celebrity but we all have to agree celebrity pick up their phone which celebrities don't do really good really nice this person who would you call him first celebrity well level of celebrity. Do they have to have do Saudi and says it should be like Yep. That's the celebrity. Oh Shit. I don't know maybe one another scars brother. People were fired up about Tom's agoura yeah. That's a really good one all right so that's the idea you'll have to call somebody but your lifelines can help you out. It'll be fine some will happen. Something will happen. Doug loves movies. Something will happen tagged up. Chuckle make something it will happen the other Hashtag for this show something. Will I write these down. I forget about him all right so we start with who won the last game. I won the first round fires. Nobody who won the I really want. How long is it. Amy Amy Okay so we'll switch it around. We'll go amy then Rosa than Dan and Matt and then me because I like to play a log and I know plenty of Matt Damon a Danny devito movie so good luck good blocks surpassing. I'll be beating 'cause. I don't want to be me going ways. It's smart get that one out of the way will not pins on working so it's going to pretend to jot these down. Rosa talented Mister Ripley that dad out Batman returns as well. Batman returns was in that the Matt Ocean's eleven. Oh you're going to do that are are you I can't I can't just let that happen. Oh since twelve the Martian why is that funny is thirteen. I didn't know if it had more of a title station at risk. Get you should say Matilda covered everybody hard and and thirteen and says he doesn't care you say doug loves movies bad boys. The KIRKHILL say anything the Bourne identity. Oh here we go yeah. I was GonNa say it just because it's exciting when any movie it has an exclamation point in it in the title. Oh what's happening got a pen audience Penn.. Oh it says says that doesn't work is now in the price. Penalize restaurant does a nice one. Click it. They told me that has a retractable ball. Yeah you know it's good. When you go like non now then you go ahead and hide right now in the shadow back to one please. We're having a day with Bain here here day with Bain spokesman for a restaurant. Ah Peel the restaurant here piddly piddly highlands rhyming words. Where is this even. She doesn't even know she'll take more phone number. This is this is a trip so that's the end of that band whose turn visit me yeah. It's on me and I gotTa do had such a good idea. Penn rant. Oh exclamation support any title. It's not necessary. The in-form ed. I'm GonNa China Jay and Silent Bob Strike back is good will hunting to unthank- season Ah Apple Sauce Bitch Jay and silent Bob to remove open consuming dug out to them rose the pod. Yes yes all right little little rat at the the about rats Dan the Bourne ultimatum. Oh okay you you picked up. What Matt was throwing value. I can't remember the names of those movies you know. You don't sound like you're about to hear another. We also right yeah. They all sound like a pasta special muscle. I don't want to order the Bourne supremacy. You get down and all the breadsticks had six olive garden. Don't say what's in my head because my and my life say the one in your head. I've checked his it so happened. There's no way this is in your head. No wait a million years. Be Ready Door Ragnarok. Yeah Matt Damon has a cameo in that twins noise noise Ford versus Ferrari there you go premiered. It has okay if you say so Dan tiff We bought a zoo good. I need to know about what's going on your life asa question. That's avenue the all these the kids I ah I forgot to mention the Martian was of course the winner of the Golden Globe for Best Cobb Solari not so funny so funny for real. Oh Yes hilarious wow. David won for best comedic performance. I- Hollywood foreign press all those potato grow in des had fertilizing with his own shit when he got stabbed. It's so funny I love interstellar I go. Let's go back to Tevita. Let's bang out some DEVITO's ice. Let's throw Momma from the train mance Manse Jay and silent Bob the reboot. Oh listen to you cheater Valya. Oh Yeah you're done okay. You can stay Roseau Shit Yeah Right. You go your life life early. Life isn't a bad idea. Don't forget Sarah Starsky then you did the Matt Damon Batman I'm going to do Aswa cobbled pots Batman. Is that what Matt Damon was. Never Batman. I'm not talking about Damon. I'm talking about a penguin off talks play by. She's on a roll right. Keep doing great yeah. It was a joke I thought when he was in the he was Chris O'Donnell own right right so I'm going to Start Their Lifeline Sarah Saas Ah yes. That's a good one high. We got the movie but you're the Dan rounders a classic dame the Dead Pool to only that Matt Damon what's what does he do. He's one of the country Bumpkins my wife and his assets Ryan. Thanks very good because Brad Pitt's kind of funny cameo to that. It can easily be confused like I did my head. Let's go for Damon and let's go with courage under fire. Nice almost killed him. Don't laugh let that's it stick about how we could never would've been might in his confused with another movie but I am. GonNa say school ties Brendan Fraser Yeah. Are you son impressed. I'm still in the game. That's a good answer on that last round but that's fine absolutely was not it's finished it. Has It premiered Kevin Paula question. Let's not a living breathing movie until it's premiered if it's not a movie at the point of exemptions in some places at advance screenings because I got invited couldn't make it too busy L. O. Ford versus for our where we Rosa. We're at me yeah. You got this any movies known just getting. I'm going to say a big fish and I was thinking big fish. I wasn't saying fit. I was just putting a flare on it. There's a big fish because readers and big fish Sarah stoskopf he Van Kirk. Yes reading tie tie with one over the COUGARS Wow Kuku Kuku in the adjustment bureau. Oh Man that was the best movie with Fedora Adores ever suggesting there hassle here. Let me get you get you. Can you get my thank you. I'll get to watch all the hats have been interested stood in the bureau. Hero guys are ruthless. People remember that trailer it was it was a lot of doors and uh-huh walking out of doors a lot of like door closing and Fidora's yeah. We got to go through a door to get out of the bureau in euro two. I was getting onto that he and way to look it up on your fucking phone man. I shouldn't have sat in the seat. here is this where it ends is in that he is in that you got this veto well. He's the guy that was in movies yeah and slightly taller and was born to be movies born. It was born. That was his identity anytime you see anytime you see him. I'm Anne Anytime you see Damon anything. I personally feel like his performance sticks with you. I I it looks Sarah Saas Skis chuckled de to me yeah invictus. Oh Dick Ballot check when it's the Laura the slipped of fuck is happening. This isn't right cute. 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"rosa salazar" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

11:23 min | 1 year ago

"rosa salazar" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"God that is a distinct possibility but we'll find out okay. I like it. I like to stick to possibilities. Thank you because it's a good way because it makes it sound like you could happen but it's still totally totally ally review. The passage in this book were Judd mentions me do it. You pay just thought I remember. It's in their take me a second to find it. Read it costs and it's really beautiful donald that you know. I mean my time with Doug. This is weird. You should sign it next year. If you can find you should sign. The pace at your name is on okay. I'll find it eventually while you do the show no. Let's talk to mad about what he brought for. The I just came from Austin. Did the altercation fest giving this bag of free stuff that I don't really want so so there's like sunglasses and deep eddy cousy shot glass. It looks like a skull and a key chain. It's all kinds of stuff in here. When I moved to Los Angeles in one thousand nine hundred eighty five to study screenwriting at the University of Southern California California a whole new world opened up to me the comedy scene was booming back then suddenly it was able to go to clubs and make friends with the Fella with with fellow aspiring comedians. Many of those people like Adam Sandler Wayne Federman Andy Kimbler David spade Jim Carey Doug Benson. I stepped on talk because he knew my name was coming coming. Time Doug are still my friends runs today on the still friends this so thank you for bringing all that stuff you guys. Someone's going to win all of it but I I have to ask all of my guests. What was the last movie you saw me Miller. So last night I went to the Joe Bob ricks thing for beyond fest. Did anybody go to that. Wasn't it awesome okay John. Race there was there's a long chunk about burt reynolds so when I got home I watched the last movie star because I wanted to watch it at Rifkin's movie and it is so good. I cried ride within three minutes. I cried again. Maybe fifteen minutes later and at the end ugly cry like we have you seen it. It's also on Amazon prime which you can have your new fire stick after you finish on done starring Rosa Salazar Bob Odenkirk Yeah it's Super Super Gut. It was really sad. I can't believe he agreed to do that movie. It's nuts glad he did took could this. There's no crying in those movies. Tom Hanks Roseanne. What was the last movie You saw. I watched trouble every day. Claire Dini film giving fancy on October French stuff horror time. Okay wait claridge. Anita's horror also Anderson their thing right okay okay. This one's pretty gory and many people don't talk in the film. It's a very silent film. Oh it's like bird box and the top or you could talk that. You just can't talk if you can talk your eyes. You can't look at Shit. You can't August spies bird box no sizing. I like it. Hello Oh matt thanks change as the marketing is huge though right yeah yeah check. Check it out still and you're okay you get Dan yes. I walked out of a chapter two. Oh now now you don't have three hours. Nothing better to do literally that was it. I was like this. Isn't I WANNA watch fish. I love Stephen King but I was like I don't need to do this for my entire tire Friday night and the the audience behind me with some of the dumbest people I've ever been around. They were like oh he's the bigger one of the fat kid loud talking talking to each other and yes and then the two women in front of me randomly filming the movie with their phones yeah but not enough to be pirating just like they're like ooh. I like the cinematography in this seat that red balloon right yeah. I'M GONNA film I met my favorite part is the part where a person keeps screaming. This isn't real and then his breaking a chair over the table of things that are filled with things that they keep saying aren't real. I'm like I'll get back to this at some other time. So what did you do with your time on that Friday. When you left as any good basic bitch does I went to cheesecake factory and had Brown bread share. I swear to God so I would like to say with Brown bed basins easy basic basic pitch and I'm not ashamed four be bit W. Yes so I the last movie I saw was ready or not which I think that's what they should have bat south the the credits roll here. I there you go. Hey we're getting sued. We're getting sued guys. This is taken. Just listen great low key energy on this episode for all of US Carey Carey. No key you guys we haven't Asmat yet. It was zig chapter two as well when I sat initial savage of the one of the key plot points was that he had to sneak him loosen up. I toughed it out but I wouldn't do it again. You made the right call. I would like Oh this would be great on like a Saturday around four. PM and I'll just want your home. Yes I also I'm GonNa find out a good movie to take a nap to watch a plane. Did you walk out great. Joke broke circa nineteen eighty-three here all right we do. We talked about the as we saw. Oh I just came back from a film festival called fantastic fest which is the best fast and pilots top-three Matab three okay parasite yeah. It's up there joker. Eh Stop. Can I go through three. They didn't play joker. There is a rumor is going to be a secret screening but then the secret screening was the lighthouse which I spend most of my waking hours trying to see out of fear or out of just disgust well sadness. Did you like the width freshen. No you don't want to look deliciously to cut from the witch. That's the you know more about the which you stupid but yeah it's it's a rough watch. You know it's interesting. I I wouldn't complete discounted Willem Defoe and Pattinson Robert Pattinson Co really commit to their roles and but it's it's unpleasant doesn't like in the small square in the middle of the screen is in black and white and this is two guys in a fucking lighthouse drive each other mad okay. That's all I need to know way wait. You're excited about cited about downside kit. All model love debt. I've never heard anybody later. There are like that. I don't know why you making it. I'm just pronouncing this listen. It's it's not been so mom and are excellent. I like that to be a new version of. It's bigger than everybody so wait top-three parasite no stop it. Why are you keep putting parasites in your top three never one and Joe Joe Rabbit Loan Nice Yeah number two knives out ooh yeah number three often heralded as a masterpiece but still not as good word is parasite or Georgia Rabbit is wait parasite. Yeah I like a little bit but they're all all of them are great. Hell yeah all right. All of them are totally worth your time and attention and will probably win. SMA warrants and I'm trying to get people from those films to show up here on this show so fingers crossed on that turn it off burt. Let the Games began name tanks nine or ten of them. Go Go pick the one you like to bring it back and the Games will start where you do that. We'll do this. We'll be right back in today's show is brought to you in part by our pals comedy central this just in comedy central has renewed Anthony Jessil Knicks podcast ask for another season at the Jackson ick is a famous comedian and TV star. Greg Rosenthal works as an analyst for the NFL network. They have been best best friends for twenty years and now they have a podcast where the only goal seems to be getting fired each and every week listening is Anthony and Greg Make Fun of current events hence their producer and each other. I'll never forget the time. Anthony Made Fun of one of my guests. 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The new shows to watch and the ones to skip

TV's Top 5

04:25 min | 1 year ago

The new shows to watch and the ones to skip

"As usual we wrap things up with the critics corner this week's new arrivals include undone on Amazon unbelievable on Net flicks and American Horror Story Nineteen eighty-four on FX Dan. What's cooking well? I if I had not seen American Horror Story Nineteen eighty-four as if I have said many times I'm looking forward to watching the first few episodes and quitting as usual but I can't tell you if it's better or worse than usual fortunately though there are actually a lot of things things to watch this week and really the main new releases are all pretty good to very good. Unbelievable is Netflix exes this I would say it is complementary to mind hunter. It is to some degree. It's the story of two detectives played by Merit Weaver in Toni Collette investigating a serial rape case. There's also a story line involving Caitlyn deavere as one of the victims potentially of the same serial rapist. Maybe maybe not it is intense and it sounds like it is unpleasant to watch or could could be unpleasant to watch. It is less wallowing than it could be. I would say that the creators Suzanne grants who wrote Erin Brockovich among other things is the primary creator along with a let Waldman and Michael Chaban and it has a really good grasp of tone. It never goes to dark. It has is very good insight into the criminal investigative process what works what doesn't sometimes it's even funny and that has a lot to do with the fact that Moore Weaver in Tony any clutter just wonderful together. It's based on a Pulitzer Prize winning propublica article and I could honestly watch multiple seasons of this or up Toni Collette Leadin Merit Weaver being awesome Caitlyn deavere also awesome. I thought the eighth episode of the eighth. Maybe is a drop in quality. Maybe a little bit more contrived and conventional conventional than the first seven but it's an impressive piece of economical and powerful storytelling then undone which sounds like it should be right. They're also alphabetically which is very important comes from a Raphael Bob Wax Bergen keep purdy who have worked together on Bo Jack Horseman on Netflix. This one is on an Amazon and it is a twisty turny wrote a scoped story about a young woman who becomes unstuck in time and reality after a car the accident and her father voiced by Bob Odenkirk actually played by Bob Odenkirk because that's how wrote a scope works tells her that she has the power to help. nope basically solve the mystery of his death or murder. Main character is played by Rosa Salazar who people will know maybe from alita battle angel or for man seeking woman. She's she's very good. It is not as funny or Quirky as Beau Jack Horsemen but is is visually magnificent the the the rotor scoping technology and the work done by director his Co.. Housing is is stunning to look at. I didn't care about the murder mystery really at all but I love watching this this is this is such a beautiful show to watch and sometimes it's funny. Sometimes it has some big thoughts in its mind. It's Jerry Interesting Are you gonNa Watch either of those two this weekend direction. I actually just started binging elites. I'm probably going to finish that and then I'm hopefully to watch some baseball this weekend. I'm hopefully going to sit out by the pool. That all sounds good if you need a little bit more TV I can also to some degree. Recommend showtimes murderer on the by you. Showtime is getting into the same true. Crime miniseries extended storytelling market that netflix dominated that obviously Amazon has done some. I'm working. A bunch of folks have done it. It's about the investigation into the deaths of young women in a single Louisiana small town. It is full of rather rather mind boggling details miscarriages of justice. It is absolutely difficult to watch. It's a Lotta graphic. Talk about you know people selling their bodies is selling their souls and smoking crack with their parents but it is you're trying to do right there. It doesn't look like it's that exciting small town so apparently you gotta do what you gotTa do it is harrowing but sometimes gripping and mind boggling to watch a lot of pretty good TV to watch this weekend. I would say so there. You

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"rosa salazar" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"rosa salazar" Discussed on Double Toasted

"But you know, I can see why because it is a cool effect. Sure. Nouri? I'm just saying. That's what makes everybody he wants to trailer. Go Jesus Christ. Because of that the mean, you know. Yeah. I I think it calls attention to her. And it certainly is enough to wake people up go like, whoa. What's going on here? But it's also a problem is distracting when it shouldn't. Yeah. It's it's it's one of the things with the admirations there for being very close and faithful to the to the Meghan to animate with this adept tation. But that was one of the cases where perhaps maybe sometimes they were faithful in. No because it really is just to get the look down. But nobody else is getting that treatment. And now the characters have big is in Annemie. It's like she's an Android where somebody flipped on the switch for the Snapchat filter and never turned it. All yeah. Yes. She does you got there. Yeah. Should be. She should be talking like this. You know, except that the only thing that keeps me from really harping on. Those is is that the actress that got a keep on? Call Rosa Parks. Rosa Salazar Rosa Salazar is the actress you can see, you know, even realize she got kind of big is. But not. But the reason why say she's got big is, of course, a different color too is because she's already got an expressive face. Yeah. Yeah. She's an expressive actress. So when she's in scenes where they depend on a lot of emotion in most of those emotions are in the scene with her her and Christoph waltz, Kristoff walks. Chris watts plays scientists who he's he's he is like the the local doctor except when people come in. He kinda tunes their mechanical, right? He he also he's a hunter of other cyborgs, but he's also scientists himself. You can probably guess what in the movie, but he longs for daughter. He finds the body of alita and brings in and those are some really tend to moments between them when they're together. She has no memory is. You know, it's nice scenes where she's got this innocent curiosity. He's very fatherly. The is might not fit all the time. But for those scenes March crying about it, see how much they moved see hit seating. Yeah. No analogies. Kill Shishir, allergies. Yes. He was crying from this going to be. You know, when when when they had those scenes is can be very expressive. And I give the idea the actress credit for that this body. It has the power I need. I feel a connection to it. Can't explain this could be who I am you've been given a chance to start over with a clean slate. How many of us get I did an enemy warship. Respond to me because I knew that ship. I've been on others like it have an eye. Have an eye for time. Were it's not who you are. Now. Like shit take. All right, whatever you want. I just had to. Should I love that? Trae too. Favor trade what they warned me about. Right. I'm always wanted to anyway. But I'll take you junk. Fucking around. Them jumper cables up yours. Some mills. But. Now, here's I really do. Like, the I really do like it the world they've created in this movie, man. Yeah. I re-. I really enjoy it. And I'm Joe I enjoyed the movie early on this. There's no place you more see James Cameron and in this movie than in the world building. Yes. Yes. That is very true. That's up that. He's really good at. Yeah. Yeah. You know? And I think between the imagine nation of robbery Drake is James Cameron. They were able to put the, you know, the the what they both do best Rodriguez playfulness, and, you know, James Cameron's pension, like Syria science fiction together, you you've come up with a very unique kind of action film. Explain why that is a little bit later now talking about world building..

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"rosa salazar" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"rosa salazar" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Have you been prepared for it by people, you know, who've been see Steve Martin hosted a bunch of times of has anyone know because nothing really oh, the Golden Globes at the table with Emily blunt RAV Marshall Benfield cone Melissa McCarthy and Dick Van Dyke. You know, and to my over my shoulder, Shelley's thorough and Denzel Washington and behind me was Anne Hathaway. Jessica Chastain, and you ever you look at is the surreal Madame toussaud's come to life moment where you go. The most disparate group of people that may never be caused say movie together a sitting having or talking schmoozing spike Lee's waving gate. Keep at it. So used you have this with sort of quays, I sense of friendship kinship when you keep seeing the same people at the same awards ceremonies, and it's like having brief membership. It seems to me like the list fame club. And you know, that it's very temporary on that. Suddenly how it seems to me and his Emily blunt pointed out when people, you know, some people leant over and said, oh, you know, always using win the Golden Globe into to declare that. We all knew Mashal is going to win because he's one everything. So she said, well, if you think about it if there are twenty nominated categories and five in each that's one hundred people of which only twenty going to go home tonight is winners the other ATS, you know, where all felonies. So if we're loses it's pretty good company to be loses amongst very smart way of looking at it. Get spent. Eff. Well, the the the donations for its own exciting thing happen happened to you recently. You are in a new style was film the stalls in the end of the stall wolves. Yeah. How does that feel? I could not believe it. If you told me, you know, forty-one years ago when I was a twenty year old draw students and Africa. That's forty one years later. I the movie that I just to see it was so excited and thrilled to be thrust into outer space Star Wars land stall was world that I would be in the final one to record by Jj Abrams. I would've said you need. Talking up completely deluded. So the factor Zoll happened in this year is yeah, I know that it'll I'll never have this the like of this ever again usually for the ride as low as it lost you show. You haven't found genie recently. I'm wondering what you'll wish is going to. Not a is. But it's richly deserved. Thank you. Can you say anything about you'll follows experience comes out on the nineteenth December? I play. And the plot is. And you given the script you give the script pages on the day that you work, and you have to sign for them and sign them back out again at the end of the day, and the you can read the whole script in a conference room that has gone outside the door to- cycle cameras, and it's printed on crimson paper. So you can't fight it, and you also wear a cloak between where you get dressed and made up and then taking a a little golf cart to the set said that the drones or anybody passing by count snap who'd is and then there are plain clothes, and then visible security mount people on the vast sets. So that's if somebody is looking at their phone, and it goes into I'm going to take a photo position, Hans from the dock appear to stop taking place so full Knox lockdown. But everybody understands that that's the deal because nobody wants to find is that the first production..

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"rosa salazar" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"rosa salazar" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Oh, it's still strange. Yeah. It's not like anywhere else. I think because more unlike anywhere else, it, it's it seems that's the whole focus of the city is to do with. Moviemaking and famous elimidate in a way that no other city sit his, you know, so the focus if it is particular to that. And how says fashion we have a Huma everything else Brexit shenanigans L as the movie industry and the awards circuit. Circuits epicenter of that. Now you've been drawn into that. Yeah. What is that like because he did the Golden Globes? Nobody nobody warns you that's will suddenly nobody warned me because this movie premiered at the telluride film festival in early September five months ago and within two hours of the screening at four o'clock in the afternoon variety and Hollywood reporter, David these staggeringly, positive reviews, and from then on woods, I have been essentially all non wards publicity junket circuit in various cities. Not any any money. I'm not seeing the blues about that you get royally treated and flown. If it went put up in one combination, but I've been talking about this movie for five months, which took twenty six days shoot that is surreal because you go when does it stop? Yeah. When does it stop? And then the more nominations at cats the more you have to kinda fan aunts about it because it crews more interest. It feels like this Rolling Stone. That's eventually it'll Finally I thought it would stop this week with without an Oscar nomination. But now that has happened. It's suddenly it feels like it's exploded rather than imploded and is now hurting towards the twenty fourth of February as in other countries around the world. So I've never had expanded that before when I saw the other night at a party. And he said he said how you dealing with this. I said, well, it's never happened to me before he's. Had lots of these awards. And he said that it was about seven months that he spent on the king's speech. So by the time, he got his, you know, the the big award of the mole. He was just completely worn out. Yeah. I guess you get numb to a little bit. So this is your first time going to the because you've never been is first time of the Screen Actors Guild first time at the Golden Globes and first time in the nominee for the Baptist..

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"rosa salazar" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"rosa salazar" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"So that experience the real Daniel for Danny? Extraordinary and with no. And I I mean all the that beloved cult film oversee this, you know, a little bit of common ground with. Can you have a forgive me is it has been a kind of renewed interest in that film de fill with people wanting to talk to you about it more than usual. I think because it's the same actor, even though there's a thirty eight gap that both alcoholics and loses and. Both deluded. What they believe the world owes them on how the world actually treats them. So I suppose that's that's almost inevitable. That's that would be you know, comparisons between the two. But I mean, he was with no is such an entitled selfish arrogant misanthropic character. Whereas Jack Hawkin can you give me a so willing to help all labrador light? We're lick anybody into submission for some booze upon crow bed. That's he was he felt much more. Humane and connected to the real world oven with nail who. Think decreed himself lofty and above all the common hood, if you like Jack, a lovable character when you first I also do get where a lot of long coats films because some great keep any of those case, I got to keep the with no one I sold it at ocean twenty years ago to raise funds for the school that I went to Swaziland and Chris Evans who I sold this morning bought it and he gave me back. The my original shooting script, though, my drawings and sketches and notes as a keepsake press he both out at auction as well. So it's very touched to have that back. He's been a real Taus, many my life. Well, just this morning. Yeah. Wow. So I guess that has Brokeback a flood of memories. Yeah. He's sorta when I up the script, I smelt it. So all the scribblings and things that I don't if you told me. Thirty two years later that I would be sitting here talking to empire magazine about having an Oscar nomination. It's just it's it's beyond the realm of any possibility. That's I could possibly have had really. Yeah. And you mentioned the smell of the script on very sensory guy. What did that what that smell bring back? It was just you just instantly went back to nineteen eighty six. Don't smell itself. That's what it's mel's like. And so it's come to. Can you have a figured me? When that's when that script arrive. What was your immediate reaction to it? Did you think this is twenty four hours to read it? So I felt was mission impossible situation that was going to churn. Mishra partial there Corey can airings we mile teeth. I sold that it was Melissa McCarthy oversee knew and loved no matter, of course, Nicole Santa and Jeff Whitty recognizes writers him, especially from avenue, q the musical and Nile Hella who directed Daiva teenage go, which I thought was so stolen well done. So when I sell Rian, I'd I knew it was a true story says strange fiction and within about five page. It was very clear that it was very sharply written. Well, observed and just tons it up kind of. Now gold literally Bahia and shabby edge book show, bookshop and road movie type atmosphere of the nineties New York, and I was struck by the power with Jones lesson just mazing movie midnight cowboy these two old bowl cash that Joan voice and doesn't often played so extrordinary well meeting and forming this strange platonic into dependent relationship in New York. So and the fact that he's. When I realized that the end of the story, that's the character that I was offered Jack Hoke was HIV positive in tiny of aids it then I understood the kind of motor..

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"rosa salazar" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"rosa salazar" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Where I lived for two years paying thirty pounds a week in nineteen eighty two when I first got here workings Cohen gone. And I am not a lot of since. Then he'll life's changed you on the nominating Richard on. How does that? I mean, I I'm asking you how it feels surreal and completely unbelievable. Every time. I wake up a read something, I l tweet read something resemble media. It's it's just astonishing count. Rape kept my head around it. Anyway, can you talk free that day the day when the nomination didn't sleep very well that I before because even if you try not let this stuff get to you because I've one of this point twenty one critics awards in Canada, the UK and America there is this kind of host racing Dhabi affective. It's that's even if you try to ignore it, you you you get sort of saturated with predictions. And people messaging you, and so you you call relate, nor it anyway. So I got the Golden Globe nomination an Screen Actors Guild award which not nomination which the walls of this Sunday night and the critics choice awards in Los Angeles last week. So when the Oscar nominations come you think because so many people have said, you know, you have a chance for the first time in your life. I thought do you have to try and hope that maybe you will be sitting restaurant with my daughter, naughty hill thumping going two hundred years, and she had the life feed on her iphone and gave me a piece and she had one. And I think the first three names come up and Timothy Shalam is not on that list, and you go if he's not on the list. There's no chance in hell I have made to list my name came up, and we literally looked at each other and just literally by the bus into tears, similar tastes people around as we've had some terrible news. And we. To console them and say, no, no, it's not good news. It's it's not bad news. It's actually very good news. So we go cop for the food and drinks. And then what I won't back to my car. I was realized that I was just around the corner from the beds at that is I rented thirty six years ago. And I my daughter said, you know, going to to thing about that will put online, so I have no idea that four days later, it would have three point three million hits hearts. Sola shing. It's contagious though. You're so happy, it's just pure joy as lovely. I can't be cynical blase about it. Because he's never happened to be nominated for stuff. So it's it's was literally a complete astonishment. Nominate toll overnighted most promising new co the evening Star Wars in nineteen eighty seven. And I was beaten by two young actresses Jodi may and Kristin Scott now Dame, Kristin Scott Thomas who got to jointly won over me for best newcomer. Oh, empi gave an I wasn't there because I was away working, but they gave with male anniversary award. Yes. Does that? But I think that was twenty years off to the film. Sidelight to never, and I guess you flooded with text messages and emails e still working wait for reply until eventually, I feel I I've had I've had messages and phone calls and calls..

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"rosa salazar" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"rosa salazar" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"I have read about the history, and the sort of the criticisms that have been made on the the way it seems to have been fictionalized in certain ways to make it more of a kind of white savior movie in and actually to make it more of a story than it really is. I mean, the the story from Dr Don Shirley's family is really that this essentially is. Melissa. This is written by the son of Tonio character, basically. So it's it's you know, as part of his family history. It's obviously what he's been told that he's then sort of kind of passing on. But I mean, I think nobody really went to the Shirley's and sort of talk to them. I think is is maybe the issue. So that that kind of makes it a little bit uncomfortable at times that they really should have the family should have gone to the filmmakers and just at don't call me, Shirley, but they, but they didn't know. Oh, can you raise the film from the record? Now, that's death. The turn against the now you've managed to I think both performances. I thought Marshall Elliott in particular is just such a dignified actor in the way that man whereas suit. Museum. I mean, my God is incredible. So he's an incredible physical performance. He really doesn't body that that car magnificently the the the piano playing sections. I'm looking for the joins com. What how they did this is it someone else's body and his head? I don't know how they did it. But it's marvellous. I think he learned to play piano. The best pianist. It's pretty it's pretty impressive. If you did and you unless week show, I kind of lampoon figure Mortenson little bit because I hadn't seen the film at that point in Tony live from the Brij. Not an inaccurate accurate. But he does bring a depth to listen. I thought that I didn't think was going to be there. And I think the two of them were together brilliantly and both are very very worthy of their Oscar nominations. And I will just say that I thought this thing played like gangbusters, and I thought it was pretty terrific. It's probably the best made film the Peter Farrelly has put his name to that's not a high bar. Controversial, you know, as much as I love, dumb and dumber. And and being under something about Mary. There's always been a slapdash quality to the Farley brothers movies. So I think this is the the best piece of filmmaking that he's been involved with and really gets tough four stars in for green book and the final we're gonna discuss this week in depth is can you ever forgive me, which is an Marielle Hellers film starring Melissa McCarthy. And Richard E grant both again Oscar nominated for this Helen. Yeah, it's a fantastic story. So it's basically about Leia's Rayle who Melissa McCarthy's character who was journal. Turned biographers says she would basically go and interview, you know, Kathleen, Katherine Hepburn or whoever and then write their biography based on everything she learned and everything's she research. She's stock she her her style of books full night of fashion. So she basically fake sales. A letter that she has from funny Bryce to get some cash, and you realize how much money is in these letters and she uses her knowledge to then forge a series of letters from various stars of the past to sell for a few hundred dollars H to basically keep herself afloat with Richard E grant as her literally only friend unseen her sort of complicit in this in this effort, so that when people become suspicious of her she sends him and send the letters instead. So that's that's kind of the the hook. And the plot of this person who basically just sort of is incredibly difficult like an incredibly difficult person to be around someone who is actively unpleasant to most people she meets. But she's also really on. Rappers really, desperate. But it's what she does to kind of. You know, basically, keep herself afloat them puts her pars on the the deeper that she gets into on the more desperate. She gets to kind of keep yourself going somehow. And then, of course, you got to a point where you know, you're in trouble. But you can't stop because that's all you've got now. So it's it's just a really really fabulous character portrait of both of them..

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"rosa salazar" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"rosa salazar" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"And I think one of the the biggest the most profound Piff unease for me was. Is it Roger despite the fact that we could put the camera anywhere and do anything we wanted with it. He was about restraint. He would he would ask us. Why you know, who's who's point of view is serving? How's it helping the story on or you just showing off? Will you just showing? The the the the the certainly the temptation is there to show off because you can do you can do just about anything in a virtual world with virtual camera. And so it really was a discipline that he helped instil in all of us to think of the storytelling. I think of the character's point of view as driving that storytelling. So I I read when when you signed on for the sequel yet that it was it wasn't just equal. You said if I'm gonna do it is going to be a trilogy at that point. Did you sort of map out the story beats for the second and the third film, or did you just have a general sense of whether third film was heading weld concentrating mainly on the second. My approach was was yes to pitch a trilogy but in order to to alleviate their nervousness about that concept. I pitched them the basic beats of what would be the second installment and how they all work together as one larger story just so that they. Knew what they were buying into. And the the condition that was thrown back at me by Jeffrey Katzenberg at the time was I want each of these films to be stand alone stories, not cliffhangers. This isn't Lord of the rings. You're not going to leave the audience wondering. Oh my God. What happens next it has to be. They they they will be related. They will continue a larger story when seeing together, but they don't rely upon the audience having seen the previous installment in order to appreciate and have a complete experience watching two or three to go back to what you mentioned about stole was before as well. I am read as well that The Empire Strikes back was a was a big reference point view, especially the second film. I think there are various ways that you feel that it is a it's a big film. It's daca. Film mean hiccup experiences real loss with with the death of stoic. And there is familial revelations with the arrival of alka. Can you tell me a bit about how else the snow was trilogy of ated its way into out you dragon and about how influence that second film, especially I think there are several ways. So my recollection of the impair strikes back when I was when I was a kid was it took everything I loved about a new hope and it expanded upon it in your action. So the world became bigger the characters had cooler outfits. The the the movie was funnier. It was more adventurous had greater peril. There's the there was nothing about the the the second film in that trilogy that for me was a disappointment. And so just as a benchmark, but we thought how do we do that with our world we have we ended this the first film with Vikings? Now flying on the backs of dragons that means the world can expand in every direction that can be pushing the boundaries of their maps in hiccups case. If he's an ace flyer and an entr..

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"rosa salazar" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"rosa salazar" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Knowing that this was the third part of the trilogy that sequence was designed to be, you know, a book end to what we call forbidden friendship, the sequence that you're referring to the first film in that we have two characters that are getting to know each other on an isolated beach. And in this case with the additional third wheel element of hiccup in the in the bushes. Like, you know, like it Cyrano Cyrano Berge back. We we wanted to to be polluted by his time spent with humans, not only the last night fury. So therefore, he hasn't had siblings and parents to teach him the ways of fury's, but he's been living in a domesticated way with hiccup for for a while now. So when called upon he's a bumbling idiot in terms of courtship and light fury. By contrast is is pure. She comes from the hidden world. She's not the last of her kind. She's been surrounded by dragons and her only interactions with humans have been negative as me. Early on in the film. So it felt like a nice setup to a comedic scene that would rely entirely on pantomime and John Powell's music. I I remember when I was watching the first film for the first time being so so struck by the the flight sequences, the exhilaration that the speed the gravity of them. And the danger is well, you have that moment where where hiccup he becomes untethered from from toothless, and he's and he's folding, and you don't know if they're gonna go in time. What was it? Like developing those sequences, and you mentioned before Roger deacons cinematographer who has been putting involved a believable three fins has. And y was he did he help you out with those sequences how did he contribute to to these films? Well, I part of your question. It was just such a thrill for Chris Anderson. I on that first film to play in the world of CG animation. We come from hand-drawn animation background where there were many, limitations. In terms of what we could do with the camera. How dynamic we could be and suddenly we had this new tool in the box that we were just having a great giddy time playing with so designing action sequences and kind of visceral Connectik thrill rides on the backs of dragon was just it was it not only was delivering on the premise of a movie with dragons. But it was a new tool in our hands. And we're having a great time with it trying. To make it as I guess immersive and visceral as possible, and then Roger deacons who brought into the mix because we wanted. We wanted more conversation between the team that was creating the camera moves and compositions with the team that was actually lighting those shots down the road. They're separated by months in the pipeline. And we wanted a little more communication. So we brought in Roger Deakins to to help bridge that bond, but he actually ended up joining the production as a full-time consultant which was great because he was influencing decisions right up at the front in terms of the palate an atmosphere and kind of inspirational reference for the the sequences the movie all the way through to the final lit shots. And that that meant that he waited on a lot of the camera decisions as well..

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"rosa salazar" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"rosa salazar" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"But someone else took over from his twelve hundred pages of notes and Brandon Sanderson for Twas. He was able to finish the story. And thank God. We have the whole lot ni-. It's a little bit. Like thrones in that. It's you know, somebody's like trying to save the world, but it's quite complicated. But with slightly more Geraldo characters and probably a little bit less beheading. It's old school in his very sort of sort of binary in its dog. It's dual ISM is large part. For sure. Yeah. There's a lot more, you know, Greg because everyone's a twin. But yeah, no, I enjoyed this. I read all of these actual behest in fat. Someone tweeted me I think it was yesterday or the day before asking what this was because I'd forgotten. Minded them. And now serve you fantastic. I was listening to us, and I was fully engaged very exciting. As we talk. Somebody's voice was quite a lot of news this week. So that was so be land to has started filming. So it is now called samba land double tap. And the original cast is back in the fight. They released Sony released the poster for this movie basis the post of the is, but with the cast as the are now than looks exactly the same kind of really a lot of yoga. He really does doesn't he and a lot of other things. My mother standing as well legal things. Then. Yes, favor magazine is hemp higher. Yes. He's very relaxed. Cam yoga doing guys. Yeah. He's aiding extremely well. Someone suggested that they had all glowed up. And I think that's and they're all looking streaming will go breslin, Emma stone and Jesse Eisenberg. They're back for some beyond the original director, Ruben flashes back as needed a writing team Rhett. Reese Palmer, Nick. I'm excited about this resigned. Dawson joined the cash this week as well Bafana to see how this one picks up because the first movie is a lot of fun, but the movie news Rian, gummy started this week is the news is sack Snyder is gonna return to direct him. And he's going to return to directing with a reported ninety million dollar budgeted. Netflix movie an influx of snapped up the rights to movie that's been independents knocking around for a long time with neither attached as producer. But now director army of the dead. Now, this is not a sequel per se to his Don of dead remake, which is excellent Jorge Romero one that will always be sacred to me. But this neither one is really really good. This is equal to that. But it is. A Sobe movie partly with fast moving. Somebody's is a pretty cool premise is basically escape from New York meets ocean's eleven meets lots and lots of sambas. So the premise is far as I understand it is that in a world where somebody outbreak has happened last Vegas has been quarantined with a massive wall topical to keep the bees in and the people out and a group of mercenaries hard-bitten mercenaries decide to break in to Vegas in order to mount the heist to Endel heists and never mind. The fact that there are thousands if not hundreds of thousands of Solbes running around so this because it makes sense doesn't it? If you something less biggest quarantined there would be millions upon millions of of dollars to sitting there in faults. Just waiting to be to be nabbed. If you are probably equipped Steiner has said this already that he's excited to return to directing he stepped away from Justice league after a family tragedy..

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"rosa salazar" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"rosa salazar" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"So this is clearly TC Warner's new model making spent Lil under woman some point twenty twenty three after wonder woman, eighty four still great title. What do we think of that? We knew we talked about it when he was mooted when he was brought on board to write the script. I still think he should be drinking a film about a guy of immoral thieves and killers it just shouldn't be the suicide squad. I find it hard to get really excited about this article too or the suicide squad, but I'll try before it comes out. Yeah. Yeah. This is a game of brinkmanship with with Disney's look close eye on guys drift teens to I'm getting real close guys guys on the set. I'm not a joke. They're making me Drake this. Oh god. I'm actually directly suicide squad to what's happening has been abducted. Is that what it is? Yeah. That's it. That's what happened. That's what's happened without him. This gives me hope for the suicide squad proved that he can handle on sambas before. And I expect this to be basic guardians of the galaxy three but on earth. I mean, you know, there are some elements in suicide squad that could work really really, well, James Gunn film. So let's hope that they make that. Rubbish again, recently or I tried to go halfway through. It was like. Yeah. It's not good. Not. So that's coming out. Also in twenty twenty one but form both Lee suicide squad and the Batman is coming DC super pets. So it's an animated movie about this super powered pets in the DC universe like crypto. Yes. The Senate life of super pets per pretty much. I'm hoping that this is along the same lines as teen titans. Go to the movies because if it is they were in fruit. Okay. If it is I will allow it. If it's not I am horrified. But I think if Spiderman into this by divers has told us anything is that we do not write off animated superhero films agree, even found amended, especially if they send invented okay, James, you said earlier on have now caught out. We're going to be tedious. Yes. There's more dune costing news. And I'm very excited about it. So first of all we heard the Oscar Isaac has joining as juke Lito atredes poetry these father. And then we heard that zendaya has joined the cast as Johnny who is the the freemen love interest. This is very very exciting. This film is going to be the best film ever made. And I am absolutely on board with it sandwich. A holy James is defense. He's not wrong. It's very exciting. He might be wrong about it baby. Right. It's the greatest film ever made. But like Oscar Isaac is very good casting. Because the idea is that this is a man who is like so hot that is wife decides to ignore a lifetime training and give him a son instead of a daughter what she's been told today because she has the pirated decide that. So that is why we have poetries and nice why everything in the film happened? So you need someone as searingly hot as Oscar Isaac to make that work. Plus, I think he's good casting generally for. The rule. Okay. Whose his wife, Jessica Chastain? Isn't it? His wife in this is Rebecca focus. I'm sorry. The lady Jessica of the benign Jesuit order thinking, I'm an idiom. Okay. Rebecca to be. That'd be benign. Jessica benign just rich has deigned hanging. A second is this movie trying to make us believe that Oscar Isaac with his face like a dump truck and Rebecca Ferguson. They would produce a son looks like Timothy Shalam what hundred percent. Absolutely. Okay. Also, we'll time when is it party going into production? Who is? Yeah. That's exciting. Tugging on her braid as we speak. Look. I look elaine's just smoothing skirts. Okay. That's what you're hearing this this series. If you don't know it, and you probably don't it's about fourteen books all of them at least as long as any of the game of thrones mooks, they weren't written by George. Martin's like BFF until he died and left the series on finished..

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"rosa salazar" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"rosa salazar" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"What do we think? This means I have to say with Cavill leaving superman as well. It does seem like one brothers are going. Yeah. We're no longer going down that roots of Justice to bring these guys together. We're just going to do solo movies an insieme what happens down the line. But that seems like a sensible strategy doesn't like re refreshing, even if it is soft reset seems to me like a decent plan like batmans Declan character Nolan has proved and burn this proved you can have truly phenomenal Batman films that have been great superman films. Well, these not bad characters. They've just fourteen how to give a rough patch. So let's see you know, what they can do. I think is soft REBA is probably the way to go with with all of this. I didn't think athlete was bad Bannon actually purchased by man, he was a bit sad. But I I. It just I don't think he had the film around him to support anything. Really? I didn't I didn't either of those films. I may have mentioned it once or twice. No. But I think we do risk a little bit of confusion with what's happening now. Because the I think the current state of play with DC films is very much. We're just going to do whatever works for this one film, which is probably better for the film's individually because it was not working whether we're trying to do. But at the same time, they do risk slightly confusing audiences are no use to the marvel model. And I wonder if that's going to become a little bit problems on the line. There's already there was some sort of hints of that already. So I I don't know if that's going to be an issue or not maybe not maybe I think I think, you know, their attempts to tie things together were working so badly. I think this is probably a better option, but they may be creating a little bit of troubled on the line works like made a lot of fish. So. Currency. I'm just assuming that was fun, and I'd like to in and of itself, and I don't think you need to have that relate to other nonsense and nobody needs to cyborg moving. So I think that's just you know, basics people give to basics who do. We do. We think it will be the new Batman Timothy Timothy shallow. May that That seems? seems quite all he just looked short because he's sending next Armie hammer. But no, I don't think he'll be Timothy Shaw me. No, I don't I don't. I can't see that hammer has been seriously suggested obviously he was in the mix ons before. Yeah. But he briefest moments. But I think he he still wouldn't be about coal. I think it'd be break home. If you don't know, by the way, Armie hammer was cast as Bruce Wayne about men in George. Miller's just as the way back in two thousand and seven alone was common. Green lantern. Megan gale was wonder woman. They had the castle ready to go. They built sets about two months from production. I think the writers strike was part of it as well. But it was something to do with funding it fell through at the last minute and the sets repented, and it just never happened. But he was about nineteen slash twenty. When he was cast as Batman back, then it was clearly an attempt to younger, Bruce, Wayne bicyc-. It was kind of. Young, but he's pretty much perfect casting. Really? And now he's what thirty two thirty three still much younger than the Aflac. Batman who was meant to be in his late forties, and kind of Batman had been through it all and was bit weary as this. This works for me. I'm excited by this. And by the time the movie comes out, we'll be four years since we saw Justice league. So I think that's kind of this kind of all right for for reports in Hollywood years if they do well. In the meantime, with with with flash with one woman nineteen Eighty-four, you know, it may be that. We'll completely turn around to be like DC movies are awesome. Yeah. I commend was fine. Documenta long. Good stuff. All right. So there was more DC news as well. In the week. It's been confirmed that James Gunn is indeed in talks to direct suicide squad too. Which is now known as Lisa aside squads..

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"rosa salazar" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"rosa salazar" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"I know there's a ton of stuff because I do these Alexa updates every morning. So I'm pretty much up to date on my movie news now, I know everything there isn't ask me anything about anything that happened this week. I'll tell you. Who's playing Batman? Don't know. Right. Cool kuku. That's what we should leave with actually be good on them. Ben Affleck that flack he has hung up his cowl. He is out out out as widely predicted rimless expected of Matt Reeves LA Batman, which is now released eight is coming out in of twenty twenty one coming out in twenty twenty one for the month. What he wants to make news even Affleck at one point wish edge to write direct starring right to fem-, June defamed, June of that film. He is now out out out. And I think at some point in the creative process, but movie they decided they realized it was going to be focusing on a much younger. Especially titans, isn't it? Well, that would be nice wouldn't it? It's not year. One. Again, is it it's not your one. They have explicitly said that is not going to be your one. It is going to be Noir. Tinged, and it's going to focus more on Bruce Wayne slash Batman as a detective. Well, a okay. Okay. Good. Which is something that we keep the keep saying we will see in the movies. I remember interviewing Chris Nolan for about on begins years ago before came out, and he was oh, yes. Certainly going to accentuate more of the detective side about man, the Bolic's. But you know, this this might. Thing on his neck because ultimately when you are to owning on the detective party if essentially just got a man poring over spreadsheets in costume. He's the world's greatest attack. But. Shimla? He's going over the spreadsheets quite quickly. But nevertheless, that's you know, detective work doesn't involve a great deal of punching bag guys swinging from rooftop send it to take accountants, right? I don't understand their money. Detectives that's That's for. for accountancy. Worthwhile profession. The amazing the world's greatest forensic accounts. But I think I think the kind of detecting that Batman does metal detecting. Also would be a Larry's if they just got him dressed in the calendar. Set him out to the banks of the ten. Oh my God. I would so watch that. I would imagine that how good that would be. But no, look we've seen him actually deliver detecting. Remember in the first Tim Burton where he sort of? Figures out what the ingredients are are making people. Go joker. So you know, he can do clever clever putting together things chemistry chemistry, James, not spreadsheets. Jeez. I think like his former detecting is going to be more, you know, beating up people until they tell them what you needs to know presumably, I don't know. I mean, that's one of the things I love to buy. I'm not a big gamer, but it's one of the things I loved about the Arkham games because it was a fair amount of detecting going on that we had analyze things around clues. And who's doing wanting full of this trail like see that incorporated into one of the films from just sitting really tediously up in the rafters looking at things in x Ray and waiting for goons to walk out of the way. I didn't like the stuff. I like there was good fun. I'm not I'm not a big gamer. So it worked for me. All you probably thought it was tedious like a modified sketch. But. You are human beings. So I can do about that. Yeah. I I mean, look, I'm, you know, I'm on record as thinking, we're kind of okay for Batman. But. We haven't seen a million times. That's that's that's yeah. I think they should just call this another Batman. Helford movie the bat belt move mean. Oldest one's that. Teen titans. Go to the movies promised me. But what do we think about the fact that Affleck is now hanging up the Cape? He was only Batman and to to full films and suicide squad for like a brief bit. Yeah. So are we really, you know, are we sad about this?.

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"rosa salazar" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"rosa salazar" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"The beautiful thing about this project, even from the start even before I walked into the addition room is that we were given a script to read a lot of these big movies. They're very secretive. You know, Star Wars will be called dolphin or something like that, you know, and they give you fake side. So you don't really know. The X you're trying to land on because you don't know what the story is. And that's what what these guys are all about all about the story. So there they give you a script to read what a novelty say, hey, you need to know the story in order to do these sides. So I got to read the script and already. I it was you know, it was such a high class production even before I walked into the audition room. That's awesome. Did it change a lot from that point the script? Yeah. No. Here's the thing about visionaries. They have a vision they stick to the vision, they shoot the vision. And then they birth the veg- the vision. So it's not case of you know, halfway through going. Oh, you know, what we're gonna change dramatically or we're going to change the story dramatically. They they worked really well Jim worked really hard on the initial script which is far too long about sixty pages too long. And then Robert took over free of charge. I just wanna see this movie get made. And he carved out the script that we shot, and they got it into that position before it was even handed to us. So it wasn't like a, you know, tentative workings, you know, title working script. It was the script that we shot. And I love love love that that. Yeah, that's a really luxurious position to be in these days. Absolutely. You feel safe? Yeah. I know. I know what I'm doing which is nice. So tell me about herself because she she goes, I mean, I don't wanna get into spoilers Disley. Although I'm doing a sport approach with the other two. We'll we'll we'll get there. But she goes through such journey unchanged. So much because she wakes up, you know, her mind essentially blank, she doesn't know who she is. She doesn't know who anybody else's, and there's several stages aren't there to her sort of development? Absolutely. So alita is like you said, she's. Suffering from 'em Nisha, she wakes up. I I don't know where I am. What I am who I am. What time I am? And she is feeling really confused. There's a world of emotions going on inside of her. Can you imagine feeling so lost? So she's incredibly lost in the beginning and grows exponentially through the film. So for me, it was a matter of making sure each stay step in her development was completely pitch. Perfect. So what I did is I transposed the metamorphosis from girl to womanhood. That fortunately, and unfortunately, I went through myself because that's how I saw Alitas progress. I saw her going from a doll body a body. She felt you know, uncomfortable and bursting out of. The scenes anyone who's been a thirteen or fourteen year old girl knows how foreign her own body can feel sometimes to sort of a more rebellious awakening of of a woman round fifteen sixteen seventeen sort of China, take matters into our own hands. Throwing herself into crazy dangerous circumstances. Very crazy. Very very very dangerous to finally finding her her body, which is very Lou quite literally in the movie her body, the earn beserk body, and thus she is transformed into a woman, and she even says to Hugo, I feel more me. So for me, it was a clear line from girl to woman, and that sort of kept me on track when I was developing her throughout the film. Yeah. So tell me about. Sort of physically filming 'cause you're in Texas, which I'm guessing is it's kind of slightly off the filmmaking track. Even nowadays, it's beautiful to shoot in Texas. I loved all of the crew it was beautiful shooting on Roberts at his studio. Troublemaker studio even by the name your like, yes, I'm Rominger..

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"rosa salazar" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"rosa salazar" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"At empire. Online dot C. O M, how exciting should we guest? Yeah. Let's have a guest Rosa Salazar is the star of next week's blockbuster. Alita battle angel a movie many many years in the making it was going to be James Cameron film at one point Cameron's dabs are all over the singer producer underwriter book. Robert Rodriguez is the director, and it is a futuristic Sifi tail which Salazar plays title character. Alita a cyborg who is brought to life. But crystal waltz, but doesn't really know where she came from or why but turns out to be a deadly killing machine much like Helen much like hell, and so we sent it along our very own half human have robot killing machine Helen. O'hara to have a chat with her earlier on this week was she found Helen I haven't heard again, she was a fun fund. She when I told her, you know, I give our usual podcast spiel, which is you're free to curse you're free to go off tangent, do whatever. And and she visibly was pleased by that. And took full advantage is you'll hear excellent. Wow. Here's the potty mouth foul mouth disgrace of human being that is Rosa Salazar. Who is a delight who is a delight? Sorry. I misread that. I my notes are all over the place. She is a delight. Enjoy welcome to the podcast returned said by Rosa Salazar for alita battle angel which I keep going to call Butler Lalita because I've been writing about this film being in the process being made ever since I started in journalism. It's been a long time. Yes, it has. I'm so thankful for divine time. Yes. Exactly. Yeah. Yeah. You would have been far too young sort of sixteen seventeen years to sweat when they talk about. A how it was going to be made decades ago when God thank God. It wasn't God for the technology. So when did you first hear about it? What was your first memory of it? Well, my agent Jason called me. And he said, hey, would you like to read for a role and James James Cameron Robert Rodriguez production, and I said absolutely not you're fired. No, I said those those two are doing their team teaming up. Yeah. Of course, I would love to and he said it's called alita battling Joel. And then I really I really needed to get in there..

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"rosa salazar" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"rosa salazar" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"And we go into battle with alita herself, Rosa Salazar all that and somehow more on the movie podcast at didn't end up with three guests this week because of a changeling snafu. Oh, no, no, no shut up. You're the one ended up with three guests this week because of sheds lean snafu there go. Well, that's that convinced them heliport. I'm Chris you and welcome to the empire podcast. We thought today we might be in trouble because of the snow that was meant to be blanketing London. And fact, one of my colleagues have such cunning actually stayed in a hotel last night because he was so scared of being snowed in. But thankfully, he made it and James Dyer you're here, which is nice. I guess how are you? I'm good. It was hotel Optimus actually, leaving the L. L royale wasn't a Hof in Camden, coffin whatever's next accounting for the continental. Oh, well, we talk about that. I'm out of those gold coins. We'll say a very disturbing thing happened to be this morning when we joined no I have the song from the end of twilight stuck in my head. And it won't go away. You know the thousand years song. I am proud to say, I do you must know it. You must come on come on. How I believe it is a very good soundtrack because basically Robert Pattinson then Christmas, you're just gave her their playlists. And that's essentially the sanitary apparently. But yeah, I don't know. It isn't that? I'm at the end of breaking dawn is not like a montage done awhile. I'm talking about. A love you for a thousand years on what it was playing this morning in the studio here. Now, it stuck in my brain. Okay. I have the catchy song from the movie too. But that's the story for another week. Okay. Next week next week in fax. Thank you for making it because struggle through the snow that wasn't there. You went to the wrong studio, you massive Bella. That's true. Yeah. And that one was better because they weren't playing music from toilet here. Yeah. That's why I heard it. Okay. It was playing in the toilets actually, do you know, what you need some time to Nakanishi where your head you need another air, worm something like, oh, I don't know. Comb come by name. That is your. Empire equivalent of baby Shaq. I believe so I haven't heard that either. Anyway, if we had a PR s lo since I'll put it on, but we done so I can you have heard her talking. She also struggled through the Lino snow to come here. She is our geeky Queen. Helen, we appointed to wake up to six inches this morning. Wow. Wow. Snow always say, what did you think? I meant I genuinely wouldn't have liked to speculate. Chris. Of course, I'm disappointed that the snow has lane in London because it would have been given me excuse not to go to the gym as it was. I had none and went so. Rep said you do a, circuit classes, folks, Dobson supplies. Nobody made me laugh that there's danger of that here. I should be fine. Why would you? Why would you say hurtful things? But good news this week that supernatural being renewed for a fifteenth season must be delighted, I am very very pleased. Fifteen years for murder, they well sometimes. They. There is very good news in the world right now, if we're honest, and therefore that supernatural stays standing little longer the Knicks are out for a fifteenth year. I feel like I've explained this quite a lot of times apart from anything else a load of their appeal is based on their extremely good taste and pled shirts. So toplessness would just two feet the whole purpose shirts booth. Just a bit run the nipples cut out. Poking through. Why would that be a good thing that push? This could be a thing an industry. I've nipples dean. Could you milk me? Line from. You're a desk Taylor. Are you? Israel, come to London. An end up in samba apocalypse and hole up in the Winchester. Oh my God. Over we need salmon Dina the dead. They've already had a musical episode. They they've had a Scooby doo crossover clearly shown of the dead crossovers. The Knicks logical step. Okay. Let's weeks. Question comes from Twitter, and it comes from at Joe Lucy..

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