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02:32 min | 2 years ago

"ross marquand" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"I liked that a lot. But this needs went away soon as you said. Susan said he'd make sound that covers it up. Maybe that's exactly what I use your microphone. Why do you pull your microphone down? I'm trying to hang onto it. My father died from putting his microphone down. Doing stand up. Do you? Do you are you like, hey, he's weird when you use somebody else's GM who you're like. Used to be one of my jokes. Also, soap, isn't that? Crazy. Like, do you do it that your stand up that way? But it's weird jokes embarrassing at this point. Right. I love that joke. I love any joke that has. Human Marthe mouth fart sound raspberries, called a raspberry, you make raspberry if I it I like any joke that has a raspberry. I would lose millennials. They would turn off the podcasts at mealy. They'd be like, what do you mean? The sound of a raspberry. It's a fruit that I have sometimes with my poker. Fun. Show. I don't care who disagrees. Listen except for millennials. This sounds like. Heels into castes skipping that they like real fast ones. Fidget spinners fast podcasts. They would love the quick impressions this short macro, micro, all doom person, Asian micro and pressures. Do you? Did you ever good micro impression like 'cause Ross Marquand is the king on the internet of doing a quick impressions of people. Just name somebody name a famous actor Russell just do a quick impression on how it works. Oh, sure. Come on Todd name. Vermont Ray Romano here we go. Good. How about Bernie Sanders? One two will slow the war. We do Christopher Lloyd or. Back to the future. Listen, we. She can watch. Frankie whatever that guy's able to cross. Great hot..

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"ross marquand" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"ross marquand" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Yeah, a formal intro before quarter. Checked in yesterday. I wanted to make sure that I wasn't going to be totally unprepared. Author rewatch the big lebowski. Well, that always helps it. Does ahead. Do you know the Walking Dead the TV show? Oh, yeah, I had, you know, the guy plays Aaron Ross Marquand had him in yesterday and for diehard and. And we both seen it. We were kind of laughing boasting dozens of times, but there's something different about watching analytically for something like this in taking notes and heeded the same thing. He came in with notes and they're always the best one. So yeah, thanks rewatching lebowski while a chore, but it's not a chore and it's one of those movies I could watch over and over again, and it's like a tattoo on my forehead. So you were from Philly? Originally? I'm from Philadelphia. Nice. Yeah. Orna raised Moda. Great town man Phillies the best. It's changed a lot much like Atlanta has changed a lot. Sure. But Philly is amazing, and it's a huge part of my cultural and did just my DNA. I can't take the Philly out of me. It's one of those towns. I think to a lot of pride. Yeah, for city. Brad, somewhat argue an in pride in excess. We're, you know where town that really thrives on the pride of its sports teams either when it sports teams have been utter failure. I've got a couple of really good Philly friends that are, you know, lifers lifers. Are you into sports at all or. I two, I'm Fairweather fan, unfortunately. Well, you're doing pretty well lately? Yeah. Well, this year is a great year for us. You know, my dad was like crying tears of joy when the Super Bowl happened. But you know, it was like the first Super Bowl. I watched in full probably in like five years and I was like jumping around my house. I mean, I was excited. Well, you had the same? Well, not the same experiences me as falcons fan up until it all went bad. We had the same experience where I feel like the whole world was on your side was on our side unless you're a New England fan. Nobody wants to see them win unless you are literally a New England person. Like everybody wanted Philly doing. We are. Yeah. We we have a reputation for being underdogs and we also need to have a lot of curses against us. I mean, sure. Haven't won a Stanley Cup since nineteen seventy four eagles have never won a Super Bowl. I don't even know. I don't think the Sixers have ever wanted championship to my knowledge. The Phillies obviously we had nineteen eighty eight. We got really close in one thousand nine hundred eighty thousand eight. Ironically I was in Vilnius Lithuania when I was so bummed and actually the rest of the doctor. Dog dudes or in Australia when the hell is one and we were all just like pretty heartbroken. Yeah. Well, the Phillies are looking good again. Sixers are better than they've been in forever forever. Yeah, but the Sixers, we got close, but we didn't make that was that was a disappointing playoff run, but it's the first of what will be many..

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"ross marquand" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"ross marquand" Discussed on Movie Crush

"It's tattoo memento but yeah i mean it's it's it's it's it's a small thing to nitpick i think he he missed the overall value of the movie unfortunately can't be right about all all respect that if you in here where i thought he was dead wrong onto yeah all right and then we finished with five questions ross marquette and is it market mark lund oh jeez i've been saying market mark lond what is that french okay of course it is i move you remember seeing that the oh space balls oh yeah all right that's a good one i are rated movie did you have restricted viewing as a methodist like i did oh yeah okay i couldn't even watch beyond pg thirteen all right yeah same here i already movie i think i was pulp fiction alive indicting my brother here in this but my brother's friend had snuck a little video camera into pirated very and it was awful that's not a good way to fight there was the first movie i saw was pulled fishing i was thirteen via pirated copy via to copy wow yeah number three i think the statue of limitations do you walk out of a bad movie yeah yeah do you remember doing so recently i mean i walked out of and this was more just because i was starting to have a terrible headache was a rambo from two thousand seven and i love the rambo movies i genuinely started i migraine from all the the super super quick at it points and flashes in the sounds it just give me a migraine shit walk out of there migrants offer yeah sorry.

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Movie Crush

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"ross marquand" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Because this was like the first movie that i can think of where we see media so clearly having a presence throughout the film whether it's going back to the studio with a idiot asshole heated hari harvey as in stockholm finland sweden finland like just these wonderful little moments of like making sure that the media is an everpresent part of the storyline because then we'll get a different side of it and then you get to see the kids at home with with the nanny and and you holly realize like you just jeopardize all of our lives because you wanted a story because you wanted to you know win win a pulitzer for this and i'm going to peabody whatever it is yes like and you're going to jeopardize my life and she has she comes up and clocks yeah really it's crate and that just and i just think this movie really was so revolutionary and genuinely predicted a lot of things we're going to happen it purdue they ipad predicted twenty four seven news coverage yeah it predicted proposes career launched him into superstardom superstardom yeah and i love it like he's even referencing ram there's references to rambo nager there's like roy rogers the gary cooper there's references to hollywood within the movie when i'm usually makes me cringe but in this it works somehow yeah 'cause you're all in yeah man what a great move is the best it's the best action movie of all time one of the best christmas movies of all time yeah it is my favorite christmas song of all time yeah joy people otieno oh christmas and hollis okay my run dmc that is my favorite christmas song of all time music in my mind is kind of awful like this this song is br.

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02:02 min | 2 years ago

"ross marquand" Discussed on Movie Crush

"The wide shot when you see him falling that's one of the great falls that's a real person it is probably airbag all i have to i would imagine because the arms of flail yemen i can't imagine that was an animatronic robots and it was a real person unless it was just an incredible dummy that was that they rigged to to move it was but even the bird's eye view shot of john looking down on of all this you know destruction believe it's like hondas literally going to descend into hell yeah and he's looking up just super slow and he's about to get the shop and then that moment where he gets holly's watch off yeah and it's foley acknowledged in that split second honda's brain that it's like one to watch his off yeah i'm done yeah and it's that otit moment and read so beautifully on his face yeah i mean i i wish i could allen before he passed so that i could have just thanked him for this role and promotes like that because like that's what made me wanna be an actor being able to in whatever the scenario believably take the audience to the place you need to go to so they feel something that visceral from me i don't know about you i have a massive fear of falling have dreams about falling all the interesting i don't know what that means but constantly waking up where i feel like i've been falling and this degree maybe it came from this movie i don't know because left such an impression but like the constant fear of like losing the ground beneath you and knowing on some level that you're going to die yeah because you're live on the way down yeah and the acceptance of that yeah do you embrace it to you you know that's got to be the scariest thing on the planet yeah because he conveyed beautiful i've got four seconds to live yeah or depending on where you're falling from and he's toward yeah and he's brilliant brilliant plan is over yeah he lost.

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01:35 min | 2 years ago

"ross marquand" Discussed on Movie Crush

"He's like he needs a snack so he reaches on their junior men's or whatever those little touches the cops who are storming the castle and one of them rose it's like yeah yeah not everybody's no one is that tough no one is that sean known is that much of a bad as i love jason state movies for what they are but that dude gets kicked in the face times he's he's bitten charter planes getting thrown off cliffs he's like yeah i'm fine okay awesome good for him i love they all have a place schwarzenegger in predator also john mccain and film my second favorite action film but for different reasons competitors definitely yeah because of how shoddy the action that is perfect yeah but every single one of those dudes carl weathers jesse ventura you know out tough one another they're toughen each other which is awesome and totally different kind of movie but this movie excels because it is a whole bunch of people especially john mcclain who are showing their vulnerability yeah and that is beautiful and it's not ever been done since i don't think i really don't think it's ever been done before or since you know yeah yeah there's definite it's sort of a brain thing to do to show the words in the volmer abilities of your supposed tough hero and protagonist and that's why it worked because you can relate it's relatable sudden yeah and the characters a little more complex.

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"ross marquand" Discussed on Movie Crush

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01:48 min | 2 years ago

"ross marquand" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Just like there's so many moments where you get this guy crack and he he apologizes to powell he's like do my favorite i don't make this love you know you tell hawley like yeah i'm sorry i was such an asshole schmuck and you know tried you know and he's a great moment cry yeah and it's real tears bruce willis he brings his game moments and that's what makes it pop that's what makes us movie so beautiful is that it's not just some guy who's constantly and charged constantly knows what to do figuring out at every step of the way how many terrorists are there where are they what's their joined the down on his arm that's such a great little six tasty bit through in there i mean it's he's a detective yeah he's a cop he's figuring stuff out yeah yeah and then have all the answers to cool he's not yeah and he i think the moment he finds that the radio like before that point i think he's i think it's underrated what a great acting job he's too 'cause he's by himself yeah and there are a couple of moments where he's talking to himself which is a very hard thing to pull off because people don't do that in real life yeah but you know think john think you know why didn't you step in there because you need to like people don't do that and it's hard to pull off in a movie yeah but he does and ever thought about it for a second yeah but he's by himself for that whole first part then he gets that radio and gets landline that connection to al and it it just grounds it so much character wise from that point forward you know and for the first time now he gets interact with with hans yeah which is i mean they're they're back and forth or just classic the bill clay yeah.

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01:48 min | 2 years ago

"ross marquand" Discussed on Movie Crush

"So yeah diehard nineteen eighty eight i was a junior in high school okay kind of prime time for diehard yeah based on the novel nothing lasts forever directed by john mccain and written by jeb stuart stephen that right co writer i think so yeah okay well hey but i'll take your word for it that sounds actually that's i was a huge moonlighting fan going into this film very very much into that show and so this was kind of the first big big action kind of big movie i think he doesn't like one other film but it was they took a chance on bruce willis which is kind of funny now it's hilarious as the star of in action film yeah and i don't remember my first experiencing for some reason but do you yeah i thought on tv edited for tv that's shame true early but at the same time hilarious because brothers and i you know we would sneak down watch so much tv when we weren't supposed to parents went to bed that was win we have i was raised on tv like my parents their best to make sure we went outside and we did mom and dad i'm sorry if you know they're great parents and they definitely you know made sure we got plenty of exercise and everything but whenever possible my brothers and i would be in front of that tv watching the addams family watching star trek nation rations everything we could get our hands on we would watch and honestly die hard would come on with some frequency surprisingly i mean it was i think just did really well yeah and so as long as it was edited for content they just felt comfortable showing it once a month they felt like on on channel twenty tv.

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Movie Crush

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"ross marquand" Discussed on Movie Crush

"A your he riley is ridiculous thank you i hope it's a good thing yeah it's nuts because voices so icon ick yeah that came to you quickly because i just finished an audition for nickelodeon for some cartoon was like five years ago and then i got a call and they said hey they wanted to come back into a voice match for record ralph johnson rally can you do john c reilly and i was like oh i've never tried johnny rally i really had no shit when we do right and on the drive okay i'll do my best you know whatever and i just was driving over there as i could and i was like oh by god do here there there is just kind of played around with this gravelly betcha bottom dollar this does what you're talking about right there definitely more steve brule prefer definitely slipped on the just normal just johnny right there yeah he's he's one of my favorites that new to man yeah i mean i could do this for the next hour okay but we've got to get into diehard let's get into diehard hey everyone i'm dating fernandez anyway and we are host of the new podcast notices here on how stuff works so we'll be tackling all things nerdy as to people that grew up living near life like your questions like what is twitch what is comecon what about the rise of patriot for cost players yeah we'll also be talking about our personal experiences being in the nerd world as far as the are you know what is vr and why is it everyone using it for porn and we'll definitely be trudging through a compe giving you all those factories so you don't have to yes so if you're a new nerd or an old nerd season person come join us and listen to our podcast you can get on apple podcasts and we'll have you saying actually in no time flat checkout near deficit heard if isn't i messed up at harmony at the beginning i wanted another shot.

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01:53 min | 2 years ago

"ross marquand" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Stupid but like you imagine all can talk into mechanic like you know getting into a fight about that and then talking about the jets for for an hour right did you know that pollock had a podcast called talking walking all i think i heard about this it was pretty short lived he didn't do it too long but it was basically a show for whatever an hour where he would just be just have conversations with people as christopher but just everyday shit i gotta listen yeah that'd be great yeah listen to a few after he told me he's told me stories because no each other just tangentially i mean we worked together on this show that i did years ago called impress me hausa guest are on that and then we did a podcast last year for doug benson blake best stories about christopher walken like kind of the same way man i love that love that stuff yeah he said such a wide ranging career and work with so many people like worked with walter matthau oh walter matthau and worked with alan arkin years kind of crazy about that he was the one of the sons and dirty or is it going to your man dirty dirty grandpa so did you guys like bond over impressions talk shop yeah is that what happened most definitely yeah and then the nature of that show impressed me was that we were to impressionist who were trying to be taken serious actors irony of ironies and it was a show produced by rainn wilson so he was i think he was friends with kevin and he came on the show and it was great because he's he's a wealth of of knowledge in wealth of impressions defeat like you have to put a lot of work into it or you can you kind of do somebody pretty quickly okay some in work on some people come relatively quick like i johnny rally came.

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02:16 min | 2 years ago

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"Pressure and and you know he was he was polite about it but he was like your best crush me so after such larry david thing to say he's not gonna fawn over that now and he just like i'm never going to do again actually norman on our show has been asking me to do it because he knows do an impression of him rita's he's asking me to do it for years i can't because if you don't like it you're gonna you're gonna look at me different than us you you're not gonna like gray you know can you do it for me now nobody done that gotcha so you're avoiding any probably walking dead cast member yes correct all right i mean i've i've done andy lincoln and norman for many years before i even got show but i will never do do you do for just at home i've done i've done norman for andy numbers but i've no i don't mess with that got you do you have a favorite i love walk ins gray too but i love like james gandolfini khanna hey mcconnell hey just had because he can make anything son interesting yeah he just has his way of getting back into his voice right back through pontificating about we're here we're recording that's all foam around us i could just listen to them taco day i listen to you talk like well and that's one of the things to impression like especially for comedians you also have to be funny like you have to be good at it you have to inhabit it you have to be funny or else it doesn't fly on stage i think right and seen some impressionist that nail it but there to bring comedy into it it's a whole different thing yeah you know it's it's it's i think it's it's going back to the cornerstone of good improv which is just take these incredible actors and throw them into absurd situations that's when the best of comes yeah you know christopher walken talking to mechanic about you know his leaky brake fluid yes going on here leaking all the flaw kind of say you know.

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Movie Crush

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"ross marquand" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Would just naturally go towards a jason safe i'm how would you you know come on now become a little kidman did the same thing just giggled nonstop when pollock was in there at one point at one point i was like just do the rest of the alan arkin and i'll just happy arkansas good yeah it's pretty spot in his walkin i all met like his walk in and jay moore's walken i beg borrow and steal profusely from them everyone's gotta walk in for sure but they're walkin really honed in on for me because you know there's people do walk in really well like the two of them people who do kinda just wild over the player and the some get the gravel gravel voice powell shock i'm saying thing you know and when i heard that i think jay moore was really got the gravel yeah he was yeah that's it because he worked with him on i think both of them were on that movie suicide kings together yeah jay jay moore was in it wasn't kevin in that too remember but regardless another both bowl were together on i think that just spending enough time together like yeah it's just seeps in fully you know yeah and feel like he kevin may have mentioned this whenever you meet people who've done you know have you ever had that experience feel like they never cop to the fact that you do it right yeah or for any impressionist is probably like now you didn't quite get a made the mistake of doing my larry david for larry david.

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01:45 min | 2 years ago

"ross marquand" Discussed on Movie Crush

"I'm like for example james gandolfini for example i put my face forward and i should on my nick i talked to my nose look like when you're doing it transformative process it's it's all just mechanic's a flight up in he and brad pitt brad just barely bouches mouth yeah yeah he's one of my favorite that you do thanks i mean he's just like very much he doesn't even open his mouth very much yeah yeah dab hands like this yeah the pointing and stuff yeah so you know and it's it's it's all in mechanics thing for me yeah but that makes sense because the weight like you said the way you speak has to do with whether or not you've got your head to the side or your slumping or slouching yeah that really kinda drives someone's vocal range i think definitely so i can't imagine someone doing it just kind of standing in regular post i can i i don't know i mean some of my impression friends can do that really can just you know be as they normally are as they sit in sound booth like this and they can do that night can't i have to fully become that person yeah you know debbie ever done it on stage like as a did you ever do stand up or anything yeah i've done that before i've done a lot of impressions on stage you know stand up was always like that was like the my my white whale like my moby dick it was always so allusive always i tried it a few times i was never graded it got so scared but improv i did a lot of improv and that always came up in the improv like somehow.

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01:42 min | 2 years ago

"ross marquand" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Trying out non fda approved drugs my body how to pay the bills because when you're broke you do stupid shit what kind of like what was that like this was a really rough one this was the roughest when i ever did in the last one i'll hopefully ever have to do in my life yeah but this was to test the efficacy of this non fda approved drug on mercer patients and mersa if it's not detected was in the first three weeks usually die so this was a particular nasty strain of methodism staph infection and so they tested on healthy patients and of the twenty people who made it into the study only four people remain at the end to those people were placebos they were getting sugar pills we had the drips we had the ivy and our arm twenty four seven for thirty days straight oli in there we couldn't leave the facility for thirty days to walk around for fifteen minutes outside my gosh being imprisoned yeah especially because a lot of my co patients were excons so yeah i mean it was it was me and this very very gaunt model she and i kind of made a pact because we were so broke but so determined because they were paying a whopping thirty six hundred dollars she's and even though everyone else had either asked to leave or had been asked leave because people were passing out in the bathrooms hitting their heads in the toilet seats they were they were you know going into convulsions i mean like people were having such an adverse reaction to these drugs if felt like a little animal was inside of our bellies trying to get its way out it was film script yeah it was a definitely working on that yet.

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01:33 min | 2 years ago

"ross marquand" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Honestly that alienated and being picked on middle school high school has rough as it was at the time i'm actually glad for it i'm glad for my brothers beating me up glad for the harassment got from my friends at school i don't know i think that that kind of it's maybe a little masochistic but i think toughen ju up for the inevitable rejection of hollywood right if you've dealt with that your whole life and then you go to hollywood and you face literal nonstop yeah daily rejection stuff yeah it's great you kind of get toughened up when did you start acting i mean professionally probably around seventeen eighteen really and then you know i've been i've been acting in some way shape or form since i was about nine but yeah i think the first time i've really tried to do professional work was about eighteen years old was that in your family at all or entertainment in the least yeah yeah my my cousin as amazing international deejay he spends brazilian neo soul and finally yeah he's he's pretty incredible and his father and mother were involved in like a mighty wind the movie that style of lega oh i'm trying to think mannheim steamroller no is it well man i've seen rollers like not them what's their gosh i'm thinking of like band be sounded like kind of very much mamas and papas now i'm trying to get a different one but yeah.

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02:27 min | 2 years ago

"ross marquand" Discussed on Movie Crush

"How ross's which is to say a very nice fella who you can just tell is imbued with gratitude about his career and about life and i really admire his outlook on things so we we had a great time this one is super sized we talked about not only his life in career we talked about impressions of course because he is one of the masters in as everybody knows it is no secret i am nuts for impressions in impressionists in he indulged me as as much as we could without it completely overtaking the show so look forward to a james candle fini making an appearance and john c reilly and brad pitt and harrison ford they're all in here everybody it's good stuff and then we zeroed in in geeked out big time on die hard gotta say it was great to sit down with someone who who loves this movie as much as i do we both had just watched it in he took notes like a good student which there's always make for the best shows and boy we really get into it the great great film die hard from nineteen eighty eight for his money and maybe for my money to the best action film of all time so i don't wanna keep you on ice any longer here we go with ross marquand on diehard but it little ross do growing up little raw was your life like into church and then church with an methodist okay and then scouts boy scouts hence the camping and everything i go back just nice yeah and now i'm kinda buffy style with religion right little bit of everything ever make sense whatever works for me as a cop out but i don't really care that's not a cup out it works for me the opening your mind as you get older yeah that's how i like to look at yeah yeah but yeah it's it's basically just you know grew up the youngest three boys scouting was always a big thing for my parents my father was an eagle scout his twin brother i think they're younger brothers well so of course it was expected that we all get into that as well and did you did you achieve the highest level when made its eagle yeah wow that's pretty cool that's quite an achievement brothers ninety eight yeah.

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/Film Daily

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"ross marquand" Discussed on /Film Daily

"In admit it ended minute bianco what are you doing okay anyways let's move onto some spoiler stuff there is a major character from the mc though it was recast for infinity war and you saw him on the screen cressey wrote about it for the site would we know yeah so midway through infinity war thanos and 'camorra they go to retrieve the soul stone and it turns out the person guarding the soul stone is the red skull from captain america the first venture and i remember when i was watching the film i was very surprised about this because for one i hadn't heard the characterization big going to be in the film and for another i was wondering if it was actor hugo weaving who played the red skull in the first evanger specifically because i remembered that hugo weaving has gone on record as saying you really did not want to come back for more marble movies he's he's pretty much done with them and it turns out it's definitely not him it's an actor name ross marquand i'm probably pronouncing his name wrong but he's appeared on the walking dead and he played that character in a brief cameo and i guess it makes sense because you know the characters face isn't very clear so you can probably get anyone to play him but i did i think for a brief moment that maybe they had gotten hugo weaving back but no the answer is they did not we talked about a little bit about this on friday speculating on if this appearance from red skull is maybe a setup for you know something in a vendors for chris what do you think do you think this is just like a fun thing to have since you know you know he was the holder of the cosmic cube or do you think this is a setup for something more.

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