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"stallone schwarzenegger" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

10:25 min | 2 months ago

"stallone schwarzenegger" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Beings like just sitting there staring at us or like traveling. I think he passed away his yeah. He added so adam. You know pasternack right. So dan nassar is become one of my best friends. Thanks to kimmel. He lives about ten miles away here in the great wilds of new jersey and on what turned out to be one of the last night's of earth as we used to know it. Dan had an interview setup with jay leno. Backstage jay was going to play one of his two hundred fifty. Six live gigs. That night in new jersey. So dan says you wanna come and we're starting to hear the beginnings of the world might end but i decided to go to new brunswick new jersey with dan and we're waiting for leno. He walks in you know as he does by himself lugging his suitcase with the garment bag over his shoulder. And i just looked at him. I think i wanna say it was like something like march thirteenth or fourteenth. Twenty twenty and i said a j. You know this could be the last show on earth. The he performed to about a one third filled house but before he went on stage in during the interview with pasternack his phone is going off like constantly and it's his agent going cancel canceled canceled. It was the last night you know. The last thing we saw he had j. travels with a saddle. Bag type satchel like said. I don't know what else to call it. It's not a leather buckle. it's a war of a saddlebag. Like a large man. Purse satchel if it was made of chiffon then. He would definitely be gay but he. It's a big thick leather thing that he keeps. I dunno all his jokes or notes or something and nothing gay or straighter than leather. Yes you're right. A lot of race and the straightest. We've got a picture. Fred traveling and jay leno from from way way back in the day and i don't know what year fred died sand from the dan band he was. Fred died in two thousand nine at the age of sixty six. And this picture. We're looking at is from nineteen eighty-one look at james hair. Looks like time. Jay was not seen the denim here. That's right yeah. We had this funny. We had this funny exchange. I've talked about this. I don't know if there's any fred. Travelling at doing george bush or somebody but he was impressionist comedian and jay was hosting the tonight show and he just gave this whole story about Fred and his agent and basically wanting things were kind of absurd okay and thus he never. He never came on the show. But i mean it was one of those stories of like and it probably dovetails nicely with some of rob's tutelage when it comes to working which is like kind of thing of when you go in for the interview and you're explaining all the days you need off if they hire you because you've got weddings coming up and a half birthday in four months. Why are pushing yourself out of this. You're gonna get on the tonight show. Why you having your guy called j and read them the riot act and i don't. I don't get why more people aren't sort of aware. I remember in the studio. The edit bay the room directly behind the studio right now pointing at it. It's we it was an edit bay. And when me and kevin hench finished the hammer. We spent all our days in this edit bay. God knows how long editing takes when you shot the film and blah blah blah and. We hired our young editing assistant. Sort of twenty four year old gal from like the editing academy or something you know. The editors union it get school of editing a apprenticeships for young editors or whatever and she'd Then hinch said well first thing you need to do. Is you need to watch a cut of the movie to see what you're dealing with. And so why don't you go into the next room. Which is now the conference room and just will pop it in vhs. And we'll go back to the edit bay and and after about ninety minutes you know she was done in like she kind of came in and she went You wanted me to go to staples or make a food. Run or something like that and hand. Ch- said well you know. what did you think. And she's like about what you know. What did you think of the movie. And she goes not my cup of tea. She literally said i don't like it. I guess i'm out of the demo and then hench went like okay. You can go to staples and keeps you staples and enhancement. Well she's gone. I don't work for someone who's just like saying hinch is currently running three sitcoms. Right now could've could've you know happily taken her along for the ride. All she had to do is paint a smile on their face and go it was. It was good now. Let's make it great. You know or whatever whatever it was but you just look at at the director the star and the writer of it and went not better see. That's the hard thing again. Method of job interviews. That's not in the book. We have fred traveling doing multiple impressions by the way he was known. I mean rob knows. Think of what's going on now. Do you like doing carter. Do you believe that. Actually ryan this country. One about some books i make i make i make tables and furniture for the homeless. Unfortunately they don't have homes to put them in. What about clint eastwood. Clint eastwood cleansers doing punk. We didn't ask as much of our impersonator special. Which do i feel lucky. My dream is to have stallone schwarzenegger movie together. We go remake of high society. Hurt among this clan are forgotten man you. Did you got role models folks. The great fred traveling knows name will be a household name and he was a condo name share maybe townhouse size name detached townhouse namely jay. Leno knows. I have no idea why jay brought him up but That was Here's a star in the hollywood walk of fame. So says max patta. That'll show just to prove i remember one of the first conversations we had when you broke down the difference between a comedian and an improv. And i love that. I had never forgot that. That was like yes. That is a way to to create two buckets and put the world in them of funny. But then there's impressionist third point. He had the kind of the minds of comedy. Right if you think about it and by the way you guys omi apology because you know if you ever walked the hollywood walk of fame and you stare down on the names you recognize every single name on a huge j listener. That's right so if fred traveling makes it there then by proxy he is yeah. It's it's i would love to take a nineteen year old and just max a pat. Here's our next tick-tock video retake an average nineteen year old from a local junior college and we walk them down hollywood walker fame and see if they can name seven percent. The comedy will come now. They're not gonna know the silent film stars and they're not gonna know the great fred traveling but at some point they're going to get to john wayne gene. Kelly gene kelly and they won't do shit about that either. She is right gene. Kelly is yeah rival. Kurt loader for from mtv sure we we used to do these rocky memories and times documentaries and they would fly us all over the world it was. I loved working with him and we were doing a shoot. That was in england. One year outside of liverpool. But you know close enough for us. To go spend some time there my grandma janey whose my the love of my life. The unconditional love of my life. She was born there. And i couldn't wait to go so one night. We asked the crew if they could stay up late and we went to the pub where we hope to find the youngest and drunk est kids in all of liverpool with a really hot spotlight. We wanted to ask them. One question name all four beatles because we knew that there was a good chance that we would get the comedy we got which is three out of four. Usually at you know god knows what time o'clock in the morning. Drunk off their ass. And you know what you're would this this would have been this would have been mid-nineties and i swear to god allowed. People had three out of four. He would usually forget ringo or george. Did he ever ask about fred traveling or now later all right. Let's let's take a break. We'll do the news rob and hang out into the news with us. Please right after this. Hey geiko do you own durant you do one or the other right you know. It's hard work out their own..

"stallone schwarzenegger" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:11 min | 2 months ago

"stallone schwarzenegger" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Clint eastwood cleansers doing punk. We didn't ask as much of our impersonator special. Which do i feel lucky. My dream is to have stallone schwarzenegger movie together. We go remake of high society. Hurt among this clan are forgotten man you. Did you got role models folks. The great fred traveling knows name will be a household name and he was a condo name share maybe townhouse size name detached townhouse namely jay. Leno knows. I have no idea why jay brought him up but That was Here's a star in the hollywood walk of fame. So says max patta. That'll show just to prove i remember one of the first conversations we had when you broke down the difference between a comedian and an improv. And i love that. I had never forgot that. That was like yes. That is a way to to create two buckets and put the world in them of funny. But then there's impressionist third point. He had the kind of the minds of comedy. Right if you think about it and by the way you guys omi apology because you know if you ever walked the hollywood walk of fame and you stare down on the names you recognize every single name on a huge j listener. That's right so if fred traveling makes it there then by proxy he is yeah. It's it's i would love to take a nineteen year old and just max a pat. Here's our next tick-tock video retake an average nineteen year old from a local junior college and we walk them down hollywood walker fame and see if they can name seven percent. The comedy will come now. They're not gonna know the silent film stars and they're not gonna know the great fred traveling but at some point they're going to get to john wayne gene. Kelly gene kelly and they won't do shit about that either. She is right gene. Kelly is yeah rival. Kurt loader for from mtv sure we we used to do these rocky memories and times documentaries and they would fly us all over the world it was. I loved working with him and we were doing a shoot. That was in england. One year outside of liverpool. But you know close enough for us. To go spend some time there my grandma janey whose my the love of my life. The unconditional love of my life. She was born there. And i couldn't wait to go so one night. We asked the crew if they could stay up late and we went to the pub where we hope to find the youngest and drunk est kids in all of liverpool with a really hot spotlight. We wanted to ask them. One question name all four beatles because we knew that there was a good chance that we would get the comedy we got which is three out of four. Usually at you know god knows what time o'clock in the morning. Drunk off their ass. And you know what you're would this this would have been this would have been mid-nineties and i swear to god allowed. People had three out of four. He would usually forget ringo or george. Did he ever ask about fred traveling or now later all right. Let's let's take a break. We'll do the news rob and hang out into the news with us. Please right after this. Hey geiko do you own durant you do one or the other right you know. It's hard work out their own..

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"stallone schwarzenegger" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"stallone schwarzenegger" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Nice how very nice always wanting that's a strong fan I'm not I'm not that familiar with Sarah McLachlan well that's a that's a big song was it yeah a is that the one they do when they're showing adopting all the dogs yeah okay all right yeah so it that's where I I'm familiar this change fortunes Rupali what you have it's kind of a light distance forces with only good one was a ninety thirty four George foreman knocked out Ken Norton but this day in movie history the greatest arm wrestling movie in movie history was released this day in nineteen eighty seven is that over the top the good gas you guys they'll it over the top and return the hat backwards they meant business right trying to get that a new truck from self yeah right it was not the prize of the arm wrestling tournament I never saw them this awesome Truckee I never saw the nurse over the top no I didn't I didn't miss them have there been any other arm wrestling movies there's no over the top to which is not good because over the top over the topper yeah over the top rated good dell did it I got over the top make enough C. eighteen million dollars at the box office what it cost to make is the question seventy million a personal loan and then write another million for a CH well won't know it is a service now did he get performance enhancing drugs sent to him on a movie set that was that Stallone that that happened so it's not a legal right for if you're an actor seems necessary yeah I don't think it's not using the guilt thing I am a member of the Screen Actors Guild like Warner brothers did not have a testing policy I don't think that anybody goes all random testing Stallone Schwarzenegger we just like Michelle Pfeiffer Matthew McConaughey and Michelle Pfeiffer one NC Moushumi come on and we're really missing Todd's make impression right now because that somehow that would be worked in right now Iraqi strainer something crapping lightning so I forget that with our existing eight yeah he's got a check engine light to Alya you crazy I I just like how red tides gets what he's doing he's got is one I'd like to get a light Patrick Mahomes was on SiriusXM NFL radio and he was asking about staying in Kansas city which I didn't know that was in doubt I'm optimistic is to be able to be Kansas city for a long time I think the best thing about this team this organization as they handle things the right way and they do things the right way and so for me obviously I'm optimistic enough did not contract extension and then my time in Kansas city but I'm gonna just go about being who I am just like I have since the beginning since I was a back up until now and that's to go out there love this game.

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"stallone schwarzenegger" Discussed on SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"stallone schwarzenegger" Discussed on SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

"The terminator two sequence where he walks ended up biker bar but the face instead it's funny that stallone's facial features art so dissimilar from arnold schwarzenegger's that young face swap of stallone works pretty well when they're younger head of arnold starts in egger so the one that just wake me up and so yeah the stallone schwarzenegger face swap is pretty good it wigs out the scene where he puts on the sunglasses the software that's modeling all of that sort of freaks out in his face gets really twitchy it's pretty funny 'em the one that's waiting me out more though is the one that was just posted recently jim carey impersonating jack nicholson in the shining except he's not young jim carey face swapped with eight young a 'em jack nicholson sorry words are hard is freaky good let me play just i after muted but let me play just a little bit of watching him so this is from control shift face and they're the ones who did this stallone a still own schwarzenegger face swap this is so scary good will shelly deval cup back i thought i had a cute up to something that was a little closer but even in these slightly oh there it is i mean just look at that so no one was doing a motion capture they're using the performance on film of young jack nicholson and just model look at that look at those facial expressions they're just modeling jim carey's harry's face on top of it is this something that you would have required an army of animators end sort of a motion capture actor like andy circus to get this type of realism in a digital performance in here were just using the information from us stanley kubrick film to inform the cg swapping of jim carey's face look at that it even i mean like even works around his hair so screw roma abraham arguments wait this is no no ricky we mad dog forward to many dot phone gary the firemen all work and no play makes jack del boy from fat produce my god it's so good it's so much so so look at young carrie fisher in rogue one someone did a deep fake face swap on the seed gene model of young carrie fisher end the cg face swap looks so much better because it is i don't know exactly how control shift face is doing their swap but as the general roll 'em the general practice of this i using software to sort of replace i'm trying to do the face off from that terrible nick cage john the movie but all of the little techs how the face moves animators have a hard time even wiz motion capture datta getting all of those little texan movements when you smile while other things kind of crinkle and move and your muscles change something might happen with their ears it's uncanny valley why a fully cg character or one of these sort of resurrected actors in a film never quite feels real real something is always clue wing in our brains that's not real and it could make us feel very uncomfortable the closer it gets real but that that is doing such a better job of handling all of the little twit twitches and reactions end it's being applied directly to the real body and model the real captured footage of a performer i would not be surprised in my lifetime if someone reached out to the state of a famous actor and said hey we want a deceased actor to star in a new movie and they could just put them in there like maybe we really do want cary grant the star in a modern day film i would love to see the strapping traditional manhood of gregory peck in a modern day drama we could do that and that is so ghastly and freaky but of course while this this this is something were gonna have to contend with in terms of entertainment this is horrific lee freaky in terms of the dissemination of information in how easy it is to trick people into.

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"stallone schwarzenegger" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"stallone schwarzenegger" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"Yeah. Do you have any sort of ideas far as where you're gonna book end the film, as far as we're going to start in nineteen seventy six and we're going to end in nineteen ninety seven or do you have any idea or you're going to kind of figure that out as you go along. I think that is going to be something that kind of goes along, but I think what it is going to do is I think we're gonna start at the end of the seventies, and then we're gonna look at the growth all Stallone's Schwarzenegger's careers and how action fills evolved around them. So you kind of have low budget. Indie hits like the Terminator and first blood. And then by the time, this sequels come around these actors on the biggest names in show business. So I think you can't tell the story of how these actors became the biggest names in action cinema until you look at how they started out and how the industry chain. Change along with their careers. And then I think the documentary would probably end today because these actors are having essentially a Rene period Stallone absolutely crushed it increased my call wait. So Cree to on is making another Terminator film right now. There is talk of a full expendable films and I think films like ready player. One have kind of shown that there is a nostalgia full this yonder in the eighties that hasn't gone away. And why is that? Why we looking back at films like predator with with such astounding because the Hollywood was making these violent eighteen certificate films that they just didn't do anymore because they wanna get more people in more money on that opening weekend. You've talked about the bad guys in these movies can live in dive by the bad guys a lot of times. I mean, yeah, it's great to see. You know, rocky out. There, but he's only as good as Drago. You know, he's only as good as Apollo creed only as good as clubber Lang. So these days, I mean, it's only been the last. Maybe the re marvel films that I've seen where they've actually had decent villains, and that's been a problem for the last I would say decade of these Bubis is that the villains just aren't the match to the heroes that they really need to be. I think mobile have had a villain problem, but I think what Kate off the model cinematic universe and his kind of kept it going is just the pure charisma. All will Downey junior. He was the reason we will kind of went to see. I n man, my brothers always kind of pointed out comic books and that that movie adaptations inherent problem with villains that it's often the same as the hero just bigger. So in the case of iron man, you know, I in..

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"stallone schwarzenegger" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

Monday Morning Podcast

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"stallone schwarzenegger" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

"Hey what's going on it's bill bernstein for the thursday afternoon just before friday monday morning podcast and i ha who the jazz checking in our mother booking you what's going on him in the middle of this this acting job all the year so i got to do this before they pick me up in the sad van the sad van that takes you to set for the excitement that source if you're going have that much fun pretending to be somebody else right winning bar fights and all the she you get to do as an actor polish he can't do in real life then you got to pick you up in a sad van the vent is basically a barebones usually all white with the the grave violent just completely like you know four wheels powertrain this will get you there i called said fan at an away but that is the one thing about it great thing about acting as you get to do all the ship that you don't get to do when real life which is what kind of cracking me up lately about action movies is how i don't know when exactly the action hero genre started but i came up in the 80s so he had stallone schwarzenegger had jeanclaude van damme and they had steven seagal in each year they tried it chuck norris in each year they just tried to fucking check nor sexually walk the line from like action hero in karate guy right he was somewhere between like bruce lee and and i don't know what.

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"stallone schwarzenegger" Discussed on The Dinner Party Download

The Dinner Party Download

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"stallone schwarzenegger" Discussed on The Dinner Party Download

"Stallone schwarzenegger junk event damned often run anyone who was muscle e and her at the end of the movie they'd throw down their guns me like let's just fight with their fists smack each other that is what i coveted most of what do you do miss i mean things like the like all this stuff is cool now being into dungeons and dragons being into coding being into popular culture either in this way as now mainstream yeah you miss the time when it was a subculture real subtitle man you've talked to the right guy about that about the cert yeah i mean or maybe the wrong i because i might get too angry huzzah well i mean i not that i enjoyed being part of this loser club that is like all you have to be ultimately uncalled to be a part of this but i think what's happened is that larger entities whatever studios they realize that you can make a ton of money off of it and so i'm relatively new to come on i never really went there but i've been going for the past few years and it's essentially people lining up to watch promotional material and that rabid phantom that just says to anyone peddling their wares like all by it as long as it's in the wheel house i think kind of diluted away i also experienced a pretty negative aspect of this nerd culture it's like now were now we're on top and we don't have to take any more crap anymore and in fact if you're not on board we're going to be a pretty angry with you and it's just sort of like didn't we learned nothing yes we were we were beaten up all the time now we have to beat up yeah cooley dealer nothing at this reminds me that we're all human it's not like nerds or the special sensitive breeders just were just human means that like two different thing within the in where's dark little chimps would suits on dragon or butts along the ground thrown banana peels everybody.

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