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"scott eriksson" Discussed on Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

05:02 min | 3 months ago

"scott eriksson" Discussed on Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

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"scott eriksson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

07:17 min | 11 months ago

"scott eriksson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Hang out a bit and join a little bit later. How? Well I gotta assume Assume a zoom A zoom with Sam Ryan for a 40. Niners Rewind. Oh, that's right. I want a drop Jeffrey Toobin line just to make sure he's properly attired, Right? T rocky that problem. It is ah, at the pro day at USC, where he kind of pulled a A different kind of Yeah. Chris Jones today. He tripped. Ah. Anyway, I'm recording the game right now. So Rebecca, watch it at some point. Right. Ah, a man actually burned his trailer down trying to remove raccoons. This happened in the state of Washington sheriff. Deputies say a man accidentally destroyed a trailer home in a fire when he was trying to Scare away a family of raccoons. Let's see. How did he do this? That does help do and frustrated with a family of raccoons knocked over a candle during the commotion, which started the fire done. That was one hell of a candle. Seriously. I'm looking at the picture This this trailer it's done. It's fried. Through a marshmallow in there, man. See a full insurance on the trailer. Don't know Do you have? I don't know. I've never lived in a trailer do is surely tried your homeowners in trailer. If it's on the property could be part of the homeowners. You would hope you would think, right? Now It depends what kind of trailer it is. It could be expensive. To be honest with you. I'm looking at it right now, when there's a wide shot doesn't look like it's in a nice part of town. I mean, I'm not saying he doesn't have helped. Bear doesn't have a homeowner's insurance. I'm just saying Well, so By the way that his home he's living in a trailer does he have? Is that just the outhouse that he has no history? No live in trailers? You never mind. I'm not comfortable living with candles burning in the home anyway. Given my daughter's love that Nothing. My father was a public insurance adjuster on a gelt in fire losses, So a lot of fire start because of candles getting tipped over. I never really liked him around the house, but they do smell nice. They're great. My diary. Love them. They're always burning. Can you get a bit careful. I only burn candles when women are coming over because they like him. That's it. Have a bunch of candles, my house and clearly they never get used. Cause that's the only time I like him. I like you. So do I need to shower Not Ah little cover here. So smoke cover up candles. I use one of the You know what's really good is the oil infuser Sze? I have those all over my house. And then you just You don't have any fire there because you just you're putting oil Little oil in the water, and then they steam goes up into the air, and it makes your house smell nice. Like all the same. I think it's better. Yeah, It's really nice and you get any kind of smell that you want, and you don't have the danger of the candle. But that's gonna change if people like family people like candles and light candles. Anyway. Firefighters did arrive on the scene, but it was already engulfed in flames. And that was it. Nobody was hurt. That's nice. Who was it that we had on this show? That was that was pronouncing asbestos. The suspect's a suspect owes. Who was that? Michael Rapaport, the community? How did he say that? We're going like this is his best owes us best. Oz? No, it's apt. Oz. They were most. What was he saying? It in reference to that? I don't know, but he didn't explain. Well, that's what it was. He was complete. He was doing a Comparison or analogy with the James Dolan. That's what he was saying. Yeah, counseling or something? Yeah, that's twice. I never heard the word he started, like 16 times pronounce this way. This is I was I didn't know I was like he's coming to Tommy Tease this weekend. Yeah, No, I know He's really funny, but yeah, that's If he did he say That was just the New York accident wasn't I think he was struggling with that word. And finally, we haven't gone to Florida, and that's what we like to do. In the caboose of Florida women arrested for trespassing was hit with a second criminal charge. When asked after being when being asked to identify herself, she reportedly called told cops That her name was Mei but just farted, which she's and she's not eight years old. She's 33 Melinda Lin Guerrero Wednesday evening after refusing to leave a Mobil gas station in ST Petersburg. Always wonder why people just take stands like that. Could you please move? No. Anyway. It wasn't she a sideline reporter Cigarette Monday night football. Now that she was she was one Scott Eriksson's wife is not good. He was not good at all. So what did she say? Your name Wass. My, But my father just farted. That was innate. Much is very mean. How do you know? My button. Just I mean, you can't even say it where we hide it. Well, I'm looking at the picture of her, and she's not eight years 33. I mean, that's something a kid would say to you, right? A little little kid would like, What's your name and say, My kid would say my butt just farted again? That's something I would dio trying to throw you. I love this. It wasn't me. It was my but I was against it. I always love this in articles too, because they always put it near the end. Police noted that Guerrero may have been under the influence of drugs. No kidding. No. She did that when she was sober. You know what I would I would. I would. Ah, Do a deep cavity search on that. But just to see which side we are still here. Why would she just all of a sudden? Bring that up? What's fallen out of her butt? So there she goes. Ah, even really okay. Yeah, None of that stuff I can read on the text line. Alright. Even at this show during the caboose pistol, you're better. I always loved looking at the text like during the caboose, pistol, Anything they want to add anything could hear of it. Not that I could read. Uh, something about vagina Senate candles, Okay? All right. Smells like the job. Really? No. That's what Gwyneth Paltrow did. Remember that company got the name of it, but they sold out. They were like 75 bucks apiece. And they sold out in like less than 30 minutes when she put him on, and she did it as a joke, But then she donated the money somewhere. I think she was on she was on one of the late night shows. And was saying that she had him and then everybody went to her website and ah, bottom all up for like 75 bucks apiece. Is that the way you'd like your home to smell? Depends. I mean, I've never met with Paltrow. But you know, just thinking about it. Maybe not. Maybe not so bad. I think that might be our guy might be pleasant. But then again, I don't know her. I don't know her habits. That's enough of that. I knew that's where that was gonna go. That's why I wasn't going to read it. But then I did. So well, easy Segway from my budges farted, Gwen. If it has something to solve your problem, he did he sell those Jeffrey Toobin. That's amazing. Wow, We're going to mention that Fox news today. Clearly it's a big story way We're zero dick of quickly..

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"scott eriksson" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

Collider Movie Talk

06:40 min | 2 years ago

"scott eriksson" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

"Record companies started to see they could make a lot a lot of money on country Music Nick and Garth Brooks Garth Brooks or selling stadiums all over the country all over the world. They started to change their business model. Only pursue the larger making artists artists only pursue the artists they knew they could invest in and and then that's how you end up with. Achey break your heart. This is your stretching it out too far. We've lost lost the point because in the past they would explore the go to the clubs. The scouts would find these country music artists. Give them a record than they would love become international sensations. This is a movie situation as well if we start to stretch it too far out. I think what you're talking about. Studios are only see the bottom line being invested in these larger films and not necessarily because does not pursue award winning films because awards a rarely translating in the box office. Do you look at the emmys ratings. Look at the Oscars ratings. This is something that should be. This is something that should scare any film lover that the studios might not be invested. No matter how cheap production has trump they might not want to waste any money investing in these films that they don't see an an essence large profit coming back to them. That's what concerns me about going forward. I'm worried about eight twenty four nanoparticles and all the companies that are making these perfect films. Luna companies just shut down and that scares me because you look at the tracker and both of those companies. Are Those two production companies whatever they make. I see like if they make a movie. I'm I'm like I don't care who wrote a here's my money but the fact that those companies that are doing poorly scares me but on the other side as far as we're talking just just happy thoughts. We've got four movies eh two hours at a time eight hours roughly of cinema. That's less than your average show. That's an hour at a time so if you watch a season of twenty two episodes or twenty three episodes it's twenty three hours of content of the course I ve year. This is only eight. Marvel movies aren't movies. That's a serialized TV show. It's a it's a show in theaters. That's why Disney plus. It's such a great idea so I don't think we'll have too much content. It's just a matter of whether or or not people will spend the money on their show. They love in theaters. I don't know about that content thing because also when you factor in not just marvel but the franchise expanding ending the star wars film franchise expanding in more ways than one plus every other hots here for the tar to where Avatar is going to be at a certain point. It's like I've been the ultimate Avatar Naysayer ever since they announced more films but I don't know I'm just like that. Feeling is starting to creep in that. It's just GonNa like kick me in the ass eventually and it's GonNa wind up being a phenomenon all over again but anyway just even looking at the emmys and all the content we have over there that show stressed out because of how little time I have to watch all of that so it might be the collective time overall but just backtracking a little bit. Do you think there's a possibility that for a variety of reasons reasons Kevin Feige and the folks that marvel could wind up polling one of these movies from this release calendar or are we too close to these dates. I I think they need spiderman to come out soon because of everything that's going on. I think it's the only one that would have wiggle because you've got the movie that need. I think store movie needs to exist where it does because guardians and I think that Shanxi needs to exist where does because it's an origin film that has like it has less wiggle so that leaves a doctor strange anyone's GonNa move his doctor strange too but that's also in the has the most backing backing like Scott Eriksson's taking the longest time off from that so all of them can't move for different reasons. I think's vitamins the most likely one to move in my opinion. I think they could move that interface for and it wouldn't lose any steam. They could streamline this thing. Get this thing going because remember. Tom Said recently Tom Holland said recently these ideas with they've already got writers that we're face while she could move into like and that's the possibility here. I think he's right because we just finished face four right so threes raise look. I'm saying he could move into face for I am seeing that move out of phase five which would be it's twenty twenty one. That'll be faced fiber face four twenty four so I if that's going to move that will be the one that moves either interface five out of the face situation because they all these other ones have been in production longer right so this phase so even moves out it can move out into phase five and I don't think that's a possibility because they may want to set some more stuff up here. In face four deaths vitamin has to play into it especially if they're starting to focus on a possibly young Avenger Situation Spiderman. We'll have something to do with it. That's their billion dollar movie and that's their youngest audience. That's that's that's the one that's appealing to the John Hughes demographic but for the kids today so if you move it another year year and team life is five years adult life. Yeah stores your audience. I get what you're saying but also but like you also want to go you also want to go. You've already worked on these these in production already setting up storylines you had already planned on moving forward. Possibly without Spiderman sure so just go oh that if you if any of them were going to which I don't think it's going to happen. I think it's fight him as the most likely contender because it's starting later than the other unless there's an unforeseen production challenge. I actually think all four for these are going to stay firmly. I think going back to what I was saying before about the changing landscape and everything this is the year to make a stand and look at these dates especially after the success of Black Panther they want that February date carved out then you have the kickoff of summer with the beginning of May then you have midsummer. We're Spiderman is already proven to be a success then you have November where or has already proven to be a successful year for them. They have carved that out and I think based on how all four of these movies do in twenty twenty one and they're then going to take all that data and reassess their plan going forward so I think having four movies on big big dates in this particular year is perfect timing to make. I'm sure that their priorities going forward right. They've ever film coming out in two thousand twenty one. I'm scared Oh terrified. I'm terrified of the next every post. CREDITS IS GONNA be next a little bit more money. The spider man made over a billion because uh vendors these movies are going to help each other grow and there's only a three-month gap between the longest one. I believe yeah and I remember. We talked earlier this year. Movie talk very we're talking about. How people weren't spending money on these other films in January February. We're waiting for Captain Marvel then all this money came out. It's like Oh okay so people have to spend. They're just picking certain ones to spend it on and other films are are being sacrificed in the process and that's what would scare me in twenty twenty. Oh boy and the Disney on that's what we're going to talk about next all right guys as the. MCI Lineup continues to come into form over the next. I don't even know how many years at this point. We're going to cover right here. Movie talk so before I I move over to the next panel to things to cover right now. We're taking your life. Check questions at the end of the shows to start sending them in right now. Also there is more great content coming winging to the collider youtube channels later today like these shows check it out..

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"scott eriksson" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"scott eriksson" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Had. We had the discussions of of the time travel discussions shins of which ended up in the movie a little bit. Go back in time and kill hitler well. If you do that go back in time kill hitler. You stop a lot of terrible things from i'm happening. Many of us wouldn't exist anymore. Many what has happened over the past seven years wouldn't exist so at what point who is it fair to who are you saving. Who are you losing and we wanted to go different route and have tony stark because of his daughter say bring back everything. Keep everything we gained yeah but still an early really cuts the audience thought when they returned to the compound it was the compound from five years before and everything was good. Okay which is why we add things like like tony stark saying now remember bring everybody back but keep bringing back here to now like we were just like we were like just say say it say and then worked and if people got it and then look at the camera and then wink and just make sure they get it but because of the logic of those things we wanted which is why basically the skull moment didn't end up okay because that didn't work in terms of changing the pass changing the future and how you dealt l. within one point there was a giant sort of <hes> <hes> magical line that separated the compound half the compound was untouched in one reality saudi and the other half the compound was this hellish area ruled by fans love is and he rolled the skull between them okay to to cap. I didn't do that but that led to questions of which snap brings everybody back and we don't want them all to come back with the first nap again and kristen steve. I'm sure talked about this more than more than i can but it led to a relatively unique construct where there were where we we needed to snaps and and the attack of thanos happening right after that first one so that you don't necessarily know the answer there was some you do know because his phone rings and yes. He still has cell phone service for his wife who put away five years before there'd be a special blip. The the basically says it worked any and amazon says i think it works then their so annihilated that you actually really forget about that. You're actually forget that it worked and it took some time in the cutting room and even with a score to get that to happen but getting to a point where steve steve rogers was doing what he always does which is get back up. Try to do it all day. One man against the world against the universe of thanasis armies and you have forgotten that that snap worked and their ship on a hero somewhere waiting to come back and and again in kristen steve calling back on your left was another moment early on words like well. That's genius we have we have to do that and then it was was that a number of times much of it in the film to get the order right and to get the audience to understand that these reporters that they weren't stepping through time that was the other thing people thought in early cuts of the movie that these people were coming from the time right at that moment as opposed to coming from the locations <hes> <hes> but i'm very pleased with how it turned out so it wasn't something for example the visual continuity of doctor strange's portal's wasn't something that you talked about with scott eriksson say two thousand fifteen thousand sixteen make them look like this because we're going to be using that a shorthand three years down the line. No no it was it was as we we wanted to do them and doctor strange because that's when a cool things got strange can do and then and then once we've done at once it's in the it goes in the toolbox and and went developing another movie. We have those tools and i think that's how came back. How are we going to get people back from this plant in that world network. They'll just portal back. Doctor had a very busy ten minutes after he was brought back. I'm guessing lasting for me before threw it open to you guys..

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"scott eriksson" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

12:07 min | 2 years ago

"scott eriksson" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

"If that makes a good comparative actually actually shrunk the Legend of the ten rings director by Destin Daniel Credit another indie director in the it is February twelve twenty twenty one two days off my book Pretty Start and and yeah that's a predominantly Asian cost gone looks like they're trying to do Black Panther but for for like Asian culture and also I denied this but I'll do it some rating apparently before Disney marvel dreamworks remarks. We're trying to do a film out of this and it would make more sense as paramount read this ninety day innocent dreamworks that doesn't sound right paramount would sound a lot more drilling and share gun owners. That's yeah what it was some other company at apparent that work in that and apparently the continuing thing and scientists film that everyone says about this is a true Blue Mosh lots film and due to someone who grew up and like I was a kid I used to love which eighties Hong Kong but Masha llah films so like the say if they even have a hint of that in this hour we really start. I'm going to start by the way because model. That's our next big hero or that. We're getting in February twenty. One next update another show Paul Smith the worst name ever one division where we got scarlet witch and the vision in there are insured. It takes place post and game. Same understand Sir not the Fox GonNa Happen. There and we're also getting an maybe you can help me off this man because this is where I get confused Monica Ram Boo who's a character launchers. The child filed in captivity novel yeah so that's the daughter of Maria Rambo Banana so she was the one that she was like like choosing her colors of the uniform when Shit I forgot about I'm really can't say like how Shaef factors into this just saves weighed just kind of a bit out of left field. I think the the title of the of one division was it was like a bit shocking offense but now is growing as a some reason also really big the lug are like it seems like a retro sixties fifties sort of like kind of leg but more than anything man. I'm just really came to see Elizabeth Olsen and pull Cetinje back yeah Osbert topic of loggers. I love all these lawyers accent the low key logo. That's a little bit weird but like one of these are really coldest even look at yet. Look we get to avenge is in their own shirt. That's fucking Cole. I'm really curious to see how they bring back vision like. I hope they do it in a way. It's not too cheesy. This directly ties in the Captain Marvel's. That's cool from answering Monica. Rambo is a superhero. I think she'll have some sort of superpower power on this also directly ties into another phone coming out. We'll talk about later and that's really exciting because there will be first proper model show that I guess I guess went to soldiers sorry went into southern Falcon as well they shows actually tied to the only other shows by the it's very one right like she'll go fucked over by Cindy Wall and the Netflix shows. It's a pretty much confirmed non Canon now at this new costing for for wired but yeah that's the most knowing these we'll have budgets. That's awesome right exactly official but I just wanted to correct humor Monica Rambo <hes> Dave and set her up in Captain Marvel. She eventually becomes kept mobile. Oh really I am corrected. That's interesting rather Rao. I'm really interested to see what they do with it. Maybe it's going to be side. Character talks to fix a plan. Maybe she's a full ledge. Macarthur Mobile Superior convert to find that out there because you have to remember captain model was in the nineties so I twenty liniers Pasta so spring twenty twenty one is when it comes and Spring Twenty and twenty one is also went. Another show comes up. What is that Matthew? We finally getting out lookie which has been talked about for ages but yet Tom Wilson is returning ging's earn Shire and as Kevin Foggy explained while you might be thinking all but I felt lucky died while apparently this doesn't follow the low key that we know in love. It's the twenty four team lucky that disappeared disappeared in endgame and he travels around places with these little <hes> tesseract so he hasn't had the same character development the of a lucky had and he will go onis earn little effect that he's going to be a villain. Maybe the arcus to be good or whatever we interesting to see what they do it. This will this time to full four hours. You Start for a lucky. You gotta be right. Domain yeah like morals. Is that Asya this like I love the concept that he gets to travel through different periods of time and fucking shit up and shit like I want to say like how influences human history like it'll be. It'll be cool. It'll be it'll be awesome. I'm really really can't like if they ventured down the the whole watchmen alternate history south away down to that Sir <hes> honestly like if you told me this film exist of the show existed like eight years ago someone or whenever the <unk> thole film came out I'll be like you copped to a show nicer and that character but they spent a lot of Ragnarok and full the loss of the dock world just like showing he can be like heroic can he can have interesting adventures and Tom hit allston act is fucking Ossoff Bor so and he's charismatic is Fox very excited about that we can see at time to although Malveaux property somehow and I think that's a given this studio I heard Sir through the next one is the fucking one of the craziest ones doctor strange in the multi voice of madness bender vendor coming coming back to come back and talk to strange and same director Comeback Scott Erickson and we've got a few announcements that a fucking incited so the two big ones first one is of scholar which coming coming back and okay Yep and she I think it sounds like she'll be like an apprentice learning house with him and stuff and so it's really cool to see her time to film that's not vendors film and then the the craziest one what's that why hold on just a hit on what like what you said I don't know if she needs to learn how to use a POWs maybe to travel the multi probably but she's powerless fuck already and she knows how to use them like she nearly killed add ons but anyway I'm. I'm pretty sure I read somewhere. I could be wrong on this. Maybe it's not like a whole bunch of misinformation has come out from a lot of things to come on but it's like they're trying to wreck owner character somehow but I grind salt so oh director Scott Eriksson's that this will be the first scary model film which means that they're going for more of a horror vibe and the room had villain is not bad. Oh I missed that pot yeah. That's I'm one of the funniest moments of the panel was when it's their first horror film which is yet to to recognize marvel in the last five years of serving trying to like blend this superior Sean with other those genres and we're doing comedy when spy thrillers they've been doing a space offers everything so this is the first one the horror are one of blind. We'll get into that but one of the funniest moments was once said horror. Everyone reacted is one gone. The crowd yells out is it are and then Kevin feige without emerged sanitation like is waiting for it. Just goes it's P._G.. Thirteen and you'll like it. which is that's marvel? They never not going to be P._G.. Thirteen with their movies no matter. What did these rumors about thin very yeah that'd be? That'd be the test but you could you could do Hoorah that's P._G.. Thirteen it just means you're not GonNa get the Gore and the Fox you can't do it. It's just a lot of people don't do it well but if someone's going to do it will marvel's going to deal well because I fucking now everything they touch. It is really interesting because you can do some really interesting eating things with horror and sorcery that we haven't really seen before like the whole idea of traveling so that no one ever touches on sci-fi when you traveling to other dimensions and universes that should be fucking scary. You don't know what the fuck going to say you know what you're going to trust or whatever sir what are metre came for that and also for those on doctor strange like the Comex while did take influence from psychedelic stuff those two elements from gothic stuff as well so to see them dive into that that's really exciting and we're GONNA get some different and new and that's exciting plus you WanNa give him it was also the playoff this movie I state now it's fucking awesome dude and with what they did with that character and worn endgame just giving him always cooling powers these Mosley stuff <unk> fucking white epic yeah I think it'll be it'll be awesome especially because like the breaking away from the chains of what made the first one not not very baton spectacular in that's like the origin stuff like they done with that like they're able to move onto what doctor strange is is is all about really yeah. <hes> there's so much potential with this and Ben Cumberbatch he'll crush. It's always great to see marvel. Doing something different with this stuff sir yeah moving on is another TV series and it's the first animated series in the year now that would tonal most people but then revealed that pretty much almost every major actor for Mabul will be reprising their roles and that's fucking cool and and the whole thing is based off like the what if series where it's like that will take moments from previous movies and will what if this happened instead. It's a cool concept. It's going to be packed with fan fiction and we go interesting in costing dinnie yeah so Jeffrey Riley voicing the watcher Jeffey right. If you've done all he's from Westwood he also from the latest bond films like he's a he's an awesome ACTA data love Jeffrey a free ride. He's he's definitely going to definitely awesome voice yeah and if Stanley was still around out of love Stanley into the watcher just for like cameo reasons and stuff but you made a coup voice really really and and who else to do but some with a voice that cool I'll just like to mention something of personal value to me. The first comic book either purchased with my Earnhardt and Polka money as a kid was a what if connick take vengeance what if comic and it was based off a one where it's like what if the carnage took her of the Silva and vengeance showed up and that was really cool and I've always said to myself like I love that tattooed on me. Then one day I went to Taboada snows the key tattoo you. This is way too complicated and I was like thank you..

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