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"stan winston" Discussed on WGN Radio
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All About the new 'Jurassic World' short film 'Battle at Big Rock'
"New story that I want to talk about as well which which is a PC guy saying this tomorrow night during these et Jurassic world short film Jomie model at Big Rock which I thought was pretty pretty cool but I don't WanNa hear you guys talk about it. Instead of wanting to hear the guy he made it talk about it. Will you please welcome drastic world and the upcoming world three three and indeed the director all the big. Please welcome ah the I just want to thank all of you. I brought my children tonight so thank thank you for introducing them to many new words. I'm so sorry so many questions to answer wants dinner so yes colon thanks to lay down man for everything you were born so listen this short film by the big rock very very exciting. What can you say about what's what happened is so the universal came to us and asked if I wanted to make a short film with their money and I said yes definitely we can put dinosaurs in it and we'll do it and so we're not enough if any last film at the very end we really just change the franchise? Even is as we said all these dinosaurs loose in the world and so it led us a just think about what that really means and take a bit of a step away from our weaponized dinosaurs hybrids and all these things that we've been doing in these in these movies and really just go back to basics and and make a short film about a family campground who just like anyone who's been camping. Sometimes you see a bear going through your garbage and we replaced that with an ceratops yeah. We we go from there because I I've seen a little short films in my life almost every single one of them stand to have a dinosaur and it's you're not the besmirch short films but this is the dream just take a dinosaur and then you're good we list of films that I think what would have been even more amazed ashamed with films that I want to have a dinosaur in them. All Jess I found that amazing movie with Robert Redford all his lawsuit aw I remember watching it incredible movie and I was so ashamed that about two thirds of the way through there could be a Muslim source would be okay with that. I would be alright Robert Redford versus versus the Mosasaurus all along the money would be the most horse tough you never know he's very resourceful so when this we shot in Ireland in January January of last year and we managed to keep it a secret the Irish keep secret added stars Andre Holland who many US probably seen in castle rock if that's out here in Selma is incredible actor Natalie Martinez who is an end of watch and his amazing amazing actress and these two kids that no one's ever seen before who I love so much it was it was like shooting in movie we had five days and we all had to get together with this pretty. Small Irish crew one set and find a way to do something pretty pretty challenging in a short period of time with not same resources that we're used to and everyone was down at the buffet every morning which there's an excellent buffet at this point this out at this hotel in Ireland that we're we're all in this sweet little girl who was in the in the short had never been in anything before and we asked her you know she her mom called and said Bull. I oh I get I get get first class tickets to come out because you're guaranteed a first class taking per guild rules but she really wants her whole family there. Is there anything you can do and I was like well what I do with my my family is usually we'll just we won't take the first class and we'll fly. Everybody and you can fly business if you do that and so she said great and so this van pulls up and just one one after another ten people baby and grandma everybody get out of the van and they were Swedish. There was amazing BEC- it coat from winter in Philadelphia incredible but I'd love to this is happening. Do you think this might spark a trend. Is this something that you would have loved to done and for the first Jurassic World Yeah it is the result of a you know I think it's because our we don't make three movies a year in our franchise and and and we don't even make one movie a year and we're we're a little more old school and that we every three years and we ask people to come and see a dinosaur movie and so it to be able to have something in the middle because the story that we're about to tell in the next film is so different and so large in scope that it was. I just really wanted to do something that was that was just very intimate and small. There are dinosaurs in it but it's a small intimate dinosaur fight. What can you say about where you are with the next Jurassic World World we are? I live here in England and I've been here for three years and we have our our offices out at studios and we've got everyone. They're carving being dinosaurs out of of clay. I can announce here that I have. If any do saw the dark crystal on Netflix John Nolan who did all the animatronic Dr Crystal is going to do our animatronic for us and so he's bringing starting to actually build things in his workshop and seeing what he's able to do with is Enjoin Movement and he's really innovating a really exciting way speaking emphasis on animatronic again there are large and small and we actually have an animatronic in in battle a big rock that was done by legacy by the guys who you know Stan Winston's group before they all have carried on that tradition so we had this the massive allosaurus in Ireland and so everybody was my wife actually took a video of it that I'm sure I'll I'll tweet at some point because there's so much so much fun and energy behind it and that we finally we had this this massive thing that was sticking its head in and out of this camper van spoilers spoiler now but people and and it just this whole crew was actually watching this thing go down and you really feel like you're you're. You're in Jurassic Park when these things really get going and we play music and we play roars really loud so there's there's no element that isn't you know firing on all all cylinders and it's pretty exciting. Everyone applauded and we we felt like we were there. Outside of course in
"stan winston" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Max fury road gotTa Get rid of that arm or if you're enforce comfy gotta get rid of Lieutenant Dan's legs and that was amazing. That was the first first time anybody's ever done really something like that throughout yeah. I had my problems with that movie for sure one of them is I think he way over he. He's like a kidney candy store and way overdid the like and now forces in the White House and using archival footage and sticking forced in it yeah that whole like half hour dialogue L. Augie has with Peter Cushing Ghost who is uncanny but I get it. I get why these filmmakers get excited excited. These really technical wizards get a new technique and they just hammered the guy from industrial light magic when they made the first star wars call it what you will his name was. I think John Dykstra and this motion controlled camera assembly that they created was called Dykstra flex super super groundbreaking and they really did amazing stuff with that well. He's like a legend in this industry now and I saw an interview with them recently and he was like I'm so tired of seeing just whole cities leveled in like just the most amazing stuff. You can possibly think of being done just because we can do it right a a he. He put it really really well. I think it's an embarrassment of riches. You know totally like it can be done so it's being done everybody's doing it's just you know like and it makes it less amazing. not necessarily because it looks bad it just keeps looking better and better every time yeah like if you if you look at Charlie's there and it's prosthetic arm or missing arm yeah compared with Lieutenant. Dan's missing leg looks radically different it does so it's getting better There's just too much of it. I think is the point just to be all Ed Harris the on this no I have long predicted a return to practical effects really starting to happen a little bit more and more yeah I could see starting with indie filmmakers yeah for sure which is funny because finally computer generated effects have trickled down enough yeah like you or I could walk out of the studio and probably get on any one of those Max out there news stuff that ten fifteen years ago yes five five hundred thousand dollars to set up a rig like that yeah and that's how some young filmmakers have got noticed is by making these short films with like zero money on their computer pewter that get a lot of action on Youtube because it looks so amazing and the studio B like sign that person up yeah. I can't remember the guy's name but that's happened a couple the times in recent years the Ed Harris we should talk about a few of the groundbreaking people over the years. Oh yes and we'll go through these little quicker than what we have in front of us. I think we should mention Lon Chaney sure one of the original superstars the film in the silent era the man of a thousand faces he was he was very talented doing his own makeup and changing space That's why it's called the man but thousand faces. He's like here's nine hundred ninety seven. What about Willis O'Brien. He was one of the pioneers of stop motion photography again if feerick California raisins fan you have a lot to thank Willis O'Brien for yeah. He also too stuffy. Did I mean if you look back. He did King Kong in the nineteen thirty-three King Kong yeah and if you look back at this you're like this is this is cool but if you research what was done to create this yes. You're just blown away by it yeah again. Many processes coming together to create that nineteen thirty three version of King Kong and that fight looks excludes still realistic consider the year it looks awesome it does in it's about three three and a half minutes long. King Kong fighting TARANTULAS REX but it took seven weeks to film yeah because there's twenty four frames shot per second in a film that's right and for every frame. They moved the models a little bit here there yeah so that's why it took seven weeks just for that fight scene. I think it was fifty five weeks for all all of the Stop motion photography that was done in that movie. Yeah that's impressive. It really is impressive especially when you realize the trouble they went to when you go back and watch your like this is is pretty nuts yeah ray Harry House and continued the work of Willis O'Brien and very famously in like the fifties and sixties movies like Jason and the argonauts and clash of the Titans Indiaia. Never Medusa sure scary lady yeah that had to be toward the end of his career. I guess 'cause I was in the eighties. Yeah I think like eighty one. Maybe matter the miniature to demand that was cool movie. That was a big movie for me as a kid yeah and I was like when L. A. Law came along. I was like I know that guy. That's right. There's the titans this guy we should shout out millicent Patrick. This is a very interesting story. She was one of the only well first and only women working in special effects back in the day right and she created the very famous mask of the Gill man from creature from the Black Lagoon in the mid nineteen fifties and was unceremoniously fired not just fired stricken from the credits yeah this guy named Bud West more he assisted her and then basically we had her fired rather than give her the credit for the mask which he would take credit for Kazoo think he was the supervisor in charge of effects or costume or something. Oh I thought I guess he assisted assisted her but he was her boss. Yeah Okay but like she very clearly on her own came up with the Gilman for yet the creature and this is only come out in the last like few years they've kind of dug up the original stuff and yeah sexism just basically pushed her out of the industry altogether very sad she starting to get her do now. Though which is good yeah that is very good. There's Dick Smith is amazing. He created the Squibb. Oh really yeah he's. He's a he's a very famous makeup artist. He's really good at making people look aged yeah. He made forty-seven year old. Marlon Brando look much five than the Godfather. Oh yeah yeah he was on. He was a year younger than me Brando. I never thought about that nuts. He really is he also did death becomes her which is one of the all-time time great movie yeah yeah for sure and the Exorcist Yup and scanners and you're seeing ghost story from nineteen eighty-one. Yeah Yeah Very scary movie the old dudes he did he did that what else very famously aged. Dustin Hoffman and little big man by many many years and then in the last like twenty five thirty years Rick Baker and Stan Winston Stan Winston's. He's got my vote yeah. Yeah I mean these two guys were both just creative leaders in the industry and Trail Blazers in the industry and as Ed it says here like a mentor to a generation of special effects employees employees creators artists all three of those Lourdes gig workers Rick Baker American Werewolf in London in Nineteen eighty-one which still holds up the thriller video in Nineteen Ninety-three Star Wars Maas is Louie Cantina. He made all those yeah. Did you know that about the Mas Eisley Cantina chair. I didn't know that he was sing almost single handedly responsible for all of them and then Stan Winston you gotta talk about movies like the thing in Predator in Terminator and they both have set up foundations in schools and things like that Stan Winston also did in the makeup for what I think is maybe the best slash film of all time Friday. The thirteenth part to yeah to was when Jason comes along right. Yes it's Jason before. He got his mask. He gets his mask and three. I think the Friday thirteenth franchises as good as it gets horror movies. I dropped off at a certain point. Did you see see all those no. No I still haven't seen all of them but even just putting like the first five or six up yeah I think it's like watching him again as an adult. I'm like these are really good. Yeah Scherzer films even better than I remember being a kid and the reason Stan Winston filled in for five thirteenth part two is because the guy who did Friday thirteenth the first one. Tom Savini was unavailable. He was off doing creepshow. I believe the Viennese another legend. I think they're redoing creepshow show. Are they okay. I'd watch that different stories. Oh even better I think not mistaken. Bs Savini is well known for being sort of a godfather of Gore he did maniac gives that yeah that was an offshoot rocker movie and then these days there are companies unease Im and and Weta island industrial light magic is Lucas's company and they're cool because they invented this stuff off because Lucas needed stuff to be done that couldn't be done right and he's like go figure out how to do it and they did they really did and then what is Peter Peter Jackson's company. Okay and he's the one that has really pioneered the Mo cap the motion capture techniques where a person's wearing like a suit and the suit it has a bunch of different kennel almost ping pong balls all over it yeah joints in crucial places where the body moves and the actor stunt person in her dancer. Whoever wearing the suit goes through the motions and then it is going through the motions sure and that that those motions that what's captured fed into into a computer and the computer generates a character doing all those same motions creating the performance but it's a computer generated character yeah I don't think he was the first but the the gallon character turn those Lord of the Rings Movies was really one of the first really terrific looking fully. CGI character yeah I found from what I can tell the first full. CGI character ever in a movie you WanNa guess you'll never guess well. I mean it's touted as Indiana Jones and the last crusade crusade wrong really what is it going to be. It's another Spielberg movie. Okay it's young. Sherlock Holmes stained glass night. It comes to life and tries to slash one of them with his sword first full. CGI character in a movie will why I don't know but that's what I could find in nineteen eighty-five well. It says maybe there's it's in the nit picky language because in the last crusade when Walter Donovan's face melts and turns to dust when he drinks from the jealous that's in that's in raiders of the lost. Ark Isn't it. Oh no you're right right. You're saying okay yeah it says here it was the first ever digital composite of a full screen live action image. There's something in a language because what it was a little screen or something this was the Gotcha this is the first CGI but it wasn't the first CGI image. This is the first moving CGI images the first CG. I'm image was in looker. Remember that movie. I totally saw looker yeah. That was a big. HBO's Movie For me for sure same here is is looker runaway. NAH crawl runaways. Tom selleck yeah and Gene Simmons. Yeah that's right. That's all kroll a lot to look looker head Albert Finney Right. If I remember correctly Albert Finney and Susan Dey Susan Dey and Michael Crichton I think that was the first full body three d human but I did not move at static yeah and the very first computer generated effects period funny enough were used to replicate computer under screen so whenever you would see a computer screen in like Westworld or aliens or star wars and they're like what is the Computer GonNa look like you know not now that that was the first time they use computer generated imaging list of yeah make a fake computer screen and the first full. CGI seen ever ever done was in the wrath of Khan which I believe came out in nineteen eighty two but there's a genesis like earth being you know like cooling and turning into ah the earth and there's this amazing shots around it that's all CGI and that was the first one and Tron. I thought for sure tron would have been among the first apparently most of that was animated by humans not computer. That's right the like all the glowing lines all that stuff animated which makes it nuts. What's that they were able to create that yeah. now the big thing. Is the aging technique that they're getting better and better yeah. They really are. Yes so the new Scorsese pick the Irishman I think D- ages in has taken a long time to get out because the.
"stan winston" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Mean you know. Yeah, thank you. And if a showing him, I hope hope that I hope he really is reassured also. Yeah, we're everywhere we work. I asses off here. Let's see any shows that, that, that shows what will be in there. But those who are interested, also, Chris American werewolf was Rick baker's show. Not STAN Winston. Oh, yeah. What did you think it was? I said, STAN bakery, Baker was, he got a lot of clout from work for a lot of tension for working all American in London. Okay. Okay. And you were. Thank you recommend. Yeah, Rick Baker. I think he did thinking, Michael Jackson also thriller. Well, make sense. John Lynch, John lettuce. Yeah. Baker's. He's done a lot of ships. Nice. Let me see there's a hard to fund video out there. And I have a DVD, of course on DVD's anymore because I don't even have a DVD player. But it it's very underground. And it shows video that Rick Baker may when he was sixteen years old. Wow. Yeah. It is. It's a home that passion. Yeah we'll see some of rubber hit. Okay rubber head right here. Guess what? It's time for Robert head volume to remember one. Fuck wardrobes got more. It's really got everything. It's frightening. Big troll. Chime cultured us to so many projects species species to the village m night. Chamaleon Cadman hat. Unfortunately, no volume of would be complete without the ones that got away section because we always getting fired or another company awarded that contract or the moving, it's Joe Dante's, the Jetsons, we were gonna mazing stuff on that Phil. That's cool. Never knew about that one stones can make sense. They wanna do jets true. Yes, they have some concept art here. Fucking melted. Histories a good one. Tim Burton superman lives. Dive deep into that one. Richard Stanley should see what we did Clive Barker had a money project in the works. Jesus, chris. Can you imagine man? We worked on for ever firemen to guess contract got, dammit, not us on series. I actually feel like it's my responsibility to document the glory days of makeup effects in the early eighties nineties, but how else are the kids, the future generations, make affects people what was really like to be working in the trenches back when rubber? Actually a twenty page graphic novel, honest to God graphic Basel. Me as a superhero, finding the good fight for practical, if I talked to that's really cool. Personality. He really is. He's like Thomas Vini. Yeah. Yeah, exactly. Tom of any was such affects I know about. Yemen on those a totally different subject from what we're talking about. But that is amazing because. Talk about this all the time, like I grew up with shows it took you behind the scenes a special effects magazines those in a match ups in a magic man. We didn't hear hanging out one day talking about this. This magazine cost magic which actually it was nothing. But about the behind the scenes special effects in the back of it. They will always you, anybody could order talk costs, a lot of money sometime. Anybody could order like latex. And when you call it. The models are we call it, the, the molds, you could buy molding stuff? Okay. But the armature for stop motion, four computers took over. Yeah, I remember you could buy is and teeth like that. Yeah, it was cool man. Yeah. Hope we can talk to this guy because she's really nice. That is very funny. Yeah. That'd be great interview that, that is that, that is my thing you're talking about my day up, special effects and. Looking for movies. Tell him betrothal China urge you over there. This is the last question. Go from Whistler the one that John you. It's all on you whistling. Hey, coy. This is actually for the Sunday service, and we were doing it. I'll keep this short. I was listening to the radio and there was a story about comic book writer, Chuck Dixon in summary, has been writing all right, comics, and most recently, though, he said, oh, alt-right comics..
"stan winston" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Because David cross was like these are there to learn. So the fuck and monster goes on Microsoft Encarta? If you don't know what that is. You're young case Basha doesn't know he's twenty two. That means we were at the very fringe of where Microsoft might have been called encyclopedia Encarta back in the encyclopedia. That's what I remember. And see I remember it called encyclopedia Encarta, and it was all the same way. But it was an online encyclopedia that was. Pedia? It was before encyclopedia disc bail updated every couple years. And then they had a free online version. But I remember the disc wants very like fourth grade fifth grade. So that's about the time when you know that would have been common to have, you know, the free online when I don't know when that was. But if that doesn't date me a bit, I don't know. What will I mean? I'm not saying I'm super old. Yeah. But that's a very specific thing like Encarta. Like what the fuck? Oh shit. And I looked it up because it was on the wicket pedia, and they had the whole article there. That's just making that ten years ago. There were still making it. Yeah. Up until two thousand nine they were making the free online encyclopedia that wasn't Wikipedia. But we all know everyone gave the three dollars. And now, that's the only one. But so you have all that together there to learn obviously, the very basic contrast of the two characters that doesn't expand further than kill the Gorgan him murder. Don't be killed and learned that's the really the only thing for these two groups of characters. All right. You're saying the individual cares about groups of characters because the other ones don't fucking matter. Yeah, they're all they're literally like the the other GI Joe characters GI Joe who's the shit. And then you have like fucking snake is who's cool. He's not GI Joe. And I don't even know the rest of them. Correct. Shipwreck Ironsides bulldozer? Eva. No, he man all those other assholes, they don't count. So now, actually though speaking of the toys themselves, though to comment on how they're actually made to getting to the mixture of the puppets. And the computer generate kind of fusion this movie does so it's a mixture of both practical puppetry and CG animation. So STAN Winston was the guy who is in charge of all of of all the puppetry aspects of it. So when you see not this part, which is computer generated when you see the actual toys. That's actually stop right there moving Archer moving like that. That's from STAN Winston, and you may know him from such films as the Terminator Jurassic Park aliens predator iron man, Edward Scissorhands. And most importantly inspector gadget. Because no, he was no. No, he was in charge of all that. So you have kind of one of the most brilliant minds in an actual puppetry making this stuff happened. So you have him and his crew, right? They're doing like test samples, right? There of them playing with toys on various different sticks. Trying to get the motions. Right. Trying to get the walking animations. Right. The talking animations. Right. So they went through a ton of tests and and protocols to try to get these toys to work from a physical standpoint when they were doing the puppetry, and then you go. Okay. Well, you've actually kind of jumped the gun a little bit. And you mentioned the CG looks really good. Well in that really good for the nineties. Let's go and just call it right there. Some of the time it looks really good. If really holds up. Yes. And that's because the computer graphics were done by industrial light and magic that's pretty much. The best of the best. Computer, generated engineer guys were making this movie to match the motions of the puppets. See right there. Little feature at actually special shout out to Andy Maga. He sent me a couple of videos. Yeah. Cluding this one of how they had to map out the toys to look just like the characters. Look, look, exactly like the toys. So they did a lot of these little tests. I saw these little feature. It's very interesting to learn about how they were very set on making the kind of synthesis of those two things come together. Because sometimes you forget actually when I was watching it. I was like oh did going from actual toys to see. Geez. CG to toys toys back and forth..
"stan winston" Discussed on Movie Crush
"It's like a monster being torn apart. It's yeah. It's a cartoon. Yeah. I never thought of it is gross. I never never bothered me. No, absolutely. The same thing here. It's not like seeing human beings get, you know, torture. You know, slashed or gags meeting, especially beaten, it's just like very visceral in like, I take that on as something that could happen to me, maybe, but I'm the same way. This never bothered me at all. Because I would read those magazines, and I would see the like van Goria when they would do those articles on STAN Winston and kind of how it's all done. It never upset me. Yeah. Yeah. Never bothered me. And there's some fairy intense. Stuff happens in this movie. And Karen, she can't watch it. Yeah. She's like is this a part in that she ran out of room. Interesting. What's the what's your best? What's your big moment, monster effects wise, the the whole scene with the the north character Norris character on the table and there? Yeah. Scar bites arms off and then his head like rips off is tour becomes a bear trap. Basically. It's a moment of the movie like in in a movie with a bunch of great gory moments. That's the one that's the one that's always stood out at bites the guy's arms off, and they had a guy that was a w amputate and they had fake arms on the fake arms off seven. He pulled back a guy that actually didn't have arms, and it was just like the weird stumps. And then when his head comes off the table, and it's all the stretchy. Yeah. Tentacles in spider lakes, come out of dude. Just doesn't stop it. Just keeps going. Yeah. Yeah. It it. It really it's he's one up himself constantly in this movie carpenter is or and the the who's guy button. I think teen team. Yeah. Rob voting legend who was only like twenty one or twenty two at the time doing this. I know he was a kid can't end retired like to early like, he's still young. He could be working. I looked up. I mean, he's got a just legendary resume and he's been like well respected in the in the creature community. So I think he did howling right before this. Yeah. Another one of my favorite movies. Uh-huh. Yeah. Fucking unbelievable. I'll another thing that really struck me watching this time was his use of the flares and using flares as practical lighting. Oh, yeah. Which is like a such a cool contrast between all the blue and coldness of everything and then like that bright pink. Yeah. I love it. It's so cool because it creates a bit of a lens flare at the same time. But and yeah, I guess against all that icy sort of white and blue everywhere. The contrast is really really cool. Yeah. Because John carpenter wanted everything to be very muted. And kind of kind of bland looking inside the building and everything outside has either just white or blue and then just to have that hot pink. Yeah. Light of the flares as always. Like kind of shocking thing to see kind of comes out of nowhere because there's no other lights like that in the whole movie, and then sudden pink. Yeah. And he doesn't a lot to using a lot towards the end. Uh-huh..
"stan winston" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"I love that about the film. It's okay. Some though the hunting us simplicity to as well, which I think the new one doesn't have the knee one is sprawling way too many carrots too, many things going on this one is just a ferry boil down gang of characters versus navien in the jungle. It's pre- you could sit out in about free sentences. It works pretty well. Fascinating about this film. I think we'll nothing else is this film was destined to be shit. It was destined to be flop, and it came within a hair of being a terrible film. So that the ending of the film was completely different the novelization. If you eat it, you guess let the shape Shifter and he shoots it with his own weapon. Like as a whole different thing and ship blows up. But obviously the original designed for the avian was this sort of scifi lobster thing. With a run leon-claude van Damme inside the suit like a red dwarf was the red version was the one that they see out for the rental. Yeah. Did. Yeah. Curry months red wolf, but it was the red. When we see g doubt appears in the finished film, CG meta. But it was this huge thing. And they all realize it didn't work, and there was a point women tenant showed Russia's the studio and Houston doesn't they shut down production. And at that point, the whole film could have been just deep six right there. And then and then they put in STAN Winston any side the whole thing. But if they had not done that this is a film that would have been on. Everyone's bombshell from blockbuster. We'd never seen it because it came sandwiched in the middle of. So he started off his action phase with Burien, which is deeply deeply weird film. But at times brilliant and at times problematic. How's the world's greatest country? And John Milius and describe well an old does. DVD? We've only he literally just describes happening. He's just gone now. I am.
"stan winston" Discussed on Nerdificent
"Alachua on dot com. Hugh, U N G if you want to see the fo I'll put it in the footnotes. So if you Google search Gucci mane. That's probably a hundred percent hours at complex Khan. And this is a gal who painted like a giant like ten foot wide like oil painting of it. Oh, wow. Yeah. It's it's really incredible. And it was one of those moments where I was like, you know, everyone is out to your photo. I was like, no, that's where painting. I'm not taking away because like something that was just a couple of clicks it took while to build the set, but like is known oil painting. And she knew who you were right. Yes. I it was it was really cool moment. Like, she I walked into her booth to look at it. And then she looked at me. She's like, oh my God. It's you and I was just like. And it was really funny because she thought I was going to be bombed or whatever have never like she put in so much hard work in like G knew what it looked like kind of funny because you know, photographer. Yeah. Yeah. Honestly, one of my biggest fears of me doing my death Jaguar toy because it's really made is this companion piece to the m one go jet Jaguar toy which is like a really celebrated Safavi toy company from Japan and so- qualms become friends with the creators of that brand. And I remember I gifted him my toy and so giving it to the the guy that had the inspiration to it. I was worried I was like this guy's getting get mad. You took my stuff, and he was just so thankful. He actually gifted me. A jet Jaguar piece. I was missing from my collection. Oh, gave me this glow in the dark one that I'd never had. And so it was really a beautiful. And this is actually a good moment to talk about 'em one because they're a vinyl. Toy company they in a way, they kind of fit that designer vinyl thing they're part of the inspiration. Like a lot of people definitely like by their stuff and. Vibe with it. Because what it is. Is there done to look like toys that would fit in line with the original toys from like the seventies? Yeah. But they're modern takes on of characters in the things that you wouldn't have originally received back in back in the seventies. Because you're taking as you, you know, you lay out a toy line, you pick the most popular characters, and then you make toys of them. And what you g and meet you would do is. They would take the c list characters like, obviously over the years growing up watching a film and being like, they never made one of, you know, the twins of from autho, and they would make those toys that would fit as a companion to peace to fit fill the hole that you had as a collector in Eugene like when you use the term super collector or somebody who's like it. He embodies that like, you know, anybody that pretty much collects anything excited for side for maybe four stalker men. Is like you're like a duplicate of this guy because this is a guy who will go in. He will collect every version of everything down to movie props. You know, like signatures from actors. I it's like molds from movies. Like, you're like, oh, here's a mold from gremlin arm. He's like, oh, I have that man. And it's pretty incredible that he has taken that sort of fan dome. And then he has like this toy company, and there's there's actually a really great story that he uses because he was the first guy from what I understand to create a one to one replica of the of the Terminator. Wow. And I believe of STAN Winston that that that created we can factor. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So what was that movie never have a full-scale prop or you just replicated? Well, he he created the model kit that you could buy of the of the of the end of skeleton head, and he had put some little things in it..
SyFy Faceoff Special Effects Make Up Artist Walter Welsh Interview
"Hey, listen. All right. Welcome to another addition of talk nerdy to me. Troy Troy. Stagner I have my cogos here. Trevor Cooper. Good morning Selo nerds, and we had the distinct pleasure of interviewing Walter Welsh from season ten and thirteen faceoff how you doing today. Walter. Doing great glad to be here and we're happy to have you told us before we started, if you nothing was off limits. So. Now we're dot to doing thing hard to you. So. Oh, good. Let's start with some some simple stuff. Here. I'm reading some of your history here says you were a college football athlete. Can you tell us a little bit about that? Yeah, I, I played football pretty much most of my life and I eventually went on and played a Juku junior college played for a year and a half there. And so I- tore my ligaments in my hand and decided to hang the cleanup. Can you tell us which juke? Oh, it was. Yeah, I played for Diallo valley college in. California in the bay area. And and what position did you play? I was outside linebacker was kinda like a stud baecker. So I just read quarterback at outside contain. You got to do all the fun stuff. The fun stuff without all the crazy middle responsibility. Yeah. And also says you were into competitive bodybuilding. Yeah, right after I tore my ligaments in my hand, I had to wear a club for for football and that's kinda why stop playing just I don't know how guys can do is really difficult and ended up gaining like a bunch of weight. I- ballooned up to like two hundred eighty pounds, and I just hated the way I looked and someone told me I should try to lose weight by shooting for like a competition. So slowly I walked a bunch of weight and I went from a hundred two hundred eighty pounds to down to like one eighty nine and I competed in bodybuilding. And then I continued to do that for another three or four years for years total. So how'd you make the jump from that to to art because then you've got into some portrait painting, assess. Yeah, I I had always been into art. I took like there was like a college elective course in high school called APR Neha in order to get into that, you had to take our every year. So I usually always took my elective in high school in our elective full of my parents are really artistic. So I kinda, I've been drawing because of them my whole life and my brothers super justic. So we've always been into art and onside decided I was done with sports other than bodybuilding was has always just been like a fun passionate hobby of mine. I follow sport and and I live the lifestyle as far as healthy eating and working out every day, but it was never something I wanted to like do professionally or anything. It was just a goal for me in the gym. Art was something that I've always really loved and wanted to pursue. So when I transferred from diabled alley college, I went to Cal State East Bay and I, I got my Arctic gre- there. And when I was there, I was doing portrait painting and airbrushing and stuff like that. And then once I was doing all the airbrush stuff, I, I actually saw the show face off and to be honest before the show, I didn't know too much about special effects. I knew of like STAN Winston and dick Smith, but I didn't know too much about the grades or any other thing besides those two and the work that like STAN Winston had done in the dick Smith, Donald exorcists and stuff. And from there, I just really started taking passionate and researching and watching things and reading things and kind of all went towards that direction from there.
"stan winston" Discussed on The Ralph Report
"I'm pulling my weapon at this point. All right. So now you already ate your eight eight point. STAN Winston, you get four down to score four to midfield to midfield. You get four more downs. That's and your sidelines getting cranky. They didn't appreciate getting burned on that little bit. And then we go down and we, we score really quickly. We like we answer back in eighty six one. We didn't get a two point conversion. Eight to six. All right, we hold them again. There's five seconds left and half before the half, right? They run a play. It's fourth-down turnover and we get the ball back. We call timeout with one second left. All right. They other team starts walking field thinking there was no time. Oh, that was their mistake and they walk off the field and we like, no, we call the time out and they're like, no, you didn't. And we like we did and then the referees, okay, we'll give the time out. So you have one, we get the ball back on the field with one second left. You basically one play before halftime, right? They're all mad because they have to come back out on the field. We throw this crazy play. The kids run all of field. He scores, I got eighty five yard, touch, scrambled egg, rambled, eggs, all over field. Eight and we go up right before halftime. Fourteen to eight. And their love this movie. And they're pissed because the rest let us have that extra play. They didn't hear its call time out or whatever. So it's getting really heated. So we have half time. We go back started third quarter. They get the ball first. They're moving down the field. We get a pick six, no way right out of the gate on second down. So we're up now twenty one to eight. It's good for the good guys looking pretty good right now. We're like, okay, we're going good. So they get the ball back now. They're on their now. Now we're on defense. They're driving down. Our kid goes to pull of flag and the other kid comes up behind him and sort of push them shut down the ground a little bit and twist. The kid gets his angle twisted. Oh no, he's on the ground. At this point. The guy's dad who got hurt, he's longshoremen boy. He looks like a longshoreman. Somebody would not wanna mess with. He's juggernaut without the metal helmet. That's how big this guy is. He's huge. He's on our tape. He starts go out looking at son. He's like that kid push my kid that could push my kid though the coach that yelled out the classless thing. Right, right, right. You weeks ago, he's like, why don't you shut up and get back on the sideline them appoint juggernaut starts running towards towards guy and everyone's like everyone wanted to get front of them. But same time like you don't wanna step in front of a Mack truck motherfucker. You kind of want to act like you're gonna step in front of the Mack truck. And so he got up to the guy and he just shoved him just gave them my word and the guy goes flying back at that point. All hell breaks loose like we're run out to get our guys. We finally get everybody off the field. They had to Jek that father father's on our longshoremen's juggernauts out of there. So juggernauts back in the parking lot. And then the that coach from the other team comes over, starts pointing to other people on our sidelines who were talking trash during the game. He was talking trash boys, these rat. Now, people big pussy and that guy he was trying to restrain himself and all of a sudden his wife goes flying by him jogging. That's why though this was another guy you this. Another guy's wife and she was more like she's smaller than jug or not. But Twi four times minutes juggernaut she was going like it was going to be Jerry Springer. It was really. And so they finally got that restrained every got to the sidelines. The point of the game is this. This is like five minutes, third quarter games. Plenty game left that coach and the other teams like we're done. We're outta here makes his whole. He walked the game. We win by forefeit. Wow. What a pussy, what he wouldn't have done it had they've been winning..
"stan winston" Discussed on Filmspotting
"Even talks about that situation yes no physically but i'm saying in terms of actually wants things get moving when arnold schwarzenegger lands the worst thing he faces is bill paxton actually playing one of those right yeah yeah two other guys basically these punks who aren't any threat at all give him some grief and he has to kill them in gruesome way the moment reese arrives the police are after him through all these places you know why did he land in the wrong spot is that the machines figure that out too i for the film's purposes let's just say it's stacking the deck right so that the terminator looks invincible i mean it works that way i do i think that police chases one that does go on a little a little long to but yeah okay let's let's keep arguing here because here's another thing that i was surprised didn't hold up that well we're some and emphasize some of the special effects stan winston working here and it pains me to criticize anything he does because a legendary career and much of his work i've really appreciated i think the problem here is that there's a huge gap between the effects on schwarzenegger that we see the makeup and those sorts of thing and animatronic agree and the purely animatronic head of the terminator that we get a fair amount it's not like just one throwaway head the whole body yeah well at the very end now where it's more like stop motion harry housing esque yeah i like that like that even totally distract well it didn't distract me because the gap is meant to be big there because we're now down to the skeleton of the elemental frame exactly's different and so there's no uncanny valley we've leapt over it but those moments where we cut from schwarzenegger's actual face to this animatronic had assuming is what it is it's not schwarzenegger that's just it's almost like they're too close and the effects don't quite get us there i don't ever recall having an issue with the shots of schwarzenegger's face i kind of liked all those scenes actually with him working on himself and the right so we agree on that i wanted to argue with you about this and i came prepared only in so far as this is the bad thing about letterbox twitter and all these things you post your reviews ahead of time and then i will occasionally see snippets and i'll start drawing conclusions about things you said and i happen to check letterbox the exact moment or at least in my feet when our friend mary men was responding defending stan winston the effects and i didn't wanna read it 'cause i and we watch terminator it's the top thing in my feed and of course i'm really curious what a brett and josh arguing about so i get a little taste of what you guys are arguing about and i'm like okay i cannot wait to watch this film and think that the effects are pretty awesome for nineteen eightyfour and never end some of them are yes what i will say is i really wish that they just gotten rid of anything involving the color blue and i say that because every moment that there are those lightning crash yeah the electric city around them or the laser blasts in the future those take you out of the moment in a way none of the other effects really do at least for me until the end of the.
"stan winston" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"The way i see it is someone that actually creates their own business their own line of work that is unique from someone else to make an incredible living doing that dan you know have fun and be lucrative accomplishment i feel as of now is where i'm at right now i think you know i've been with my company found in my company ten years ago and every year grows stronger and better and i feel like this year is stronger than it was last year so as of now i feel like i'm at the top and hopefully i continue to go from where i was before the business for over thirty years yeah there's so many things i've learned from so many mentors wreck baker stan winston seeing how different people work and create their companies i have given me inside on the complications of running a company so i've learned quite a bit as far as hell myself i would run it not necessarily differently but the way that i would run at myself when i was younger i did see myself as being you know kind of a entrepreneur or someone that actually had their own business part of that comes from the fact that i was very i felt isolated as an artist because growing up in taxes there really wasn't an opportunity so i thought well i gotta figure out what to do it on my own because i didn't know what was out there.
"stan winston" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast
"Right like what does that really sounds like a hot night or something i don't even understand what it could be unless it's him being chased by samis which was a john landis video i think i think john lab is maybe because i i think you're right that video they kind of just hand picked the best hollywood people tells us speaks to how good stan winston was because they were like we get the best guy in a tim you know i think he loved if i'm remembering this right i think he loved american werewolf in paris yeah john landis directed him yeah he loved american werewolf in paris and that was what was his influence for thriller and then when it came time to make video he's like well let's just get the guy right and then i think landes brought in stan winston goods i guess so yeah that song to like it i remember hearing monster mash as a kid oh yeah what was how's that saying is this just like a comedy short or something i don't get it then thriller i was like this is also some kind of novelty yeah something weird al song that but the video made it very credible in right it made it yeah yeah it change music video forever like you said yeah and vincent price entry vincent price in an intro outgrow yes get him get him and and also speaking of hollywood affects and creatures and stuff there's two guys here dennis moran and phil tippett both of them were visual effects artists who worked on everything and then also kinda survived and pushed the transition to computers because they dennis moran his first big job was all three original star wars movies he was basically broke basically going to leave hollywood the first star wars came along he did the first finnish effect shot in the movie which is the death star trench that they fly into and then there's a cannon shooting up.
"stan winston" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"All the spoilers will be yours right if the gun brilliant only go here we go ernest client talking to ben travis about ready player one enjoy so i'm thrilled to be joined on the empire podcast spoiler special ready player one by the author of the book the producer and the co writes the script and his klein hi thanks for having me how you doing i'm doing pretty great i imagine you must couple of years ago you you were there was massively influenced by steven spielberg and now these years later he has made a film of your book can you tell me a little about your first meeting with him and the first time you discussed ready play one together yeah it was you know it was one of the greatest days in my life he invited me to come and neat with him at amblin pictures which is kind of a place that i'd always dreamed of visiting had seen pictures of and seeing you know an interviews but had never actually been there so we're telling people that i felt like charlie bucket clutching his golden ticket going to be really wonka for the first time and amblin was like you know like the his magical chocolate factory of movie making and their film props and when you walk into amblin you pass this wishing well wishing welcome back to the future that mardian is siblings earlene against in the photo that slowly fades away so right they're like oh this is the place and there's lots raptor mcevers made by stan winston and the foyer and then i walked into his office inside down and i'm waiting.
"stan winston" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"Yeah yeah they'll center me mr bell everyone's favourite characters like people liked rubio because he had a cool haircut and he was like skateboarding and he was like the bad ass of the group yeah like he was the one that sold the idea of never land to us as kids because it was like oh that's like a current day cool kid yeah so like okay good to see never land even though nobody grows up to keep up at the times i could relate to him as a cool kid as this guy's just like me is feathered hair just like me she's just like me after that tom dino movie jurassic park yeah with stan winston making the dinosaurs that's not all what else did he make no no no that wasn't the last movie that steven spielberg made it wasn't no he went on that very same year schindler's list was released yeah he didn't take a paycheck for that movie no money for it and he said to take that money to profit off the holocaust would be taking blood money well did you like donate the money or did he just be like no studio yeah i think some proceeds went to it but also like say like they were still charging for tickets at the theater stephen here's what i'm saying steve saying it's blood money it's one thing not to take the thing but then like everyone on the crew that like isn't a big rich guy lake money.
"stan winston" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"Watch what was magnum pi yeah watch magnum pi idiot yediot get back to movies give mook so eighty do after he said i'll take your advice i'll get back to movies serious film yes color purple as a serious film yeah i've never seen it i've seen bits of it on hbo i'm realizing now i maybe have never seen a full steve spill wow guess what guess what do field spielberg does after this he gets a lot of acclaim for this wow he's not just about a solis blockbusters right he and do the heart wrenching stuff he's like let me go back to amazing stories taking other crackup even you idiot now but that makes sense amazing stories as passionate he's like i get i get my clout backup i'll do like a real ward winning movie and then his story guess what they did a kick them in the ass so yes to make another serious movie empire of the sun starring christian bale the newsy boy yeah never seen empire of the sun oh newsy goes to war i think we're the newsies in war tapers about no they were actually war breaks out it was a war against the status quo man extra actor war breaks out against the status quo dance dance dance yeah there's a lot of dancing the newsstand man commanding all the news east dance dance dance it's tom yeah spielberg has cast numerous children to start as films and years playing child role yeah sometimes he'll stack them up in a trenchcoat and put some makeup on them so they he'll call stan winston look i got a real big problem lost tom hanks for this is by three kids can you come down here and help me with some perspex on some old man makeup but also some arm extenders handling like extent.
"stan winston" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"How do you say penetrate the hyman of the mainstream we're the ones who got fucked i mean it was waste of time and then we produced the movie speaking of stan winston from the aliens we've been reduced a we were one of the producers on a movie called the final countdown it which stars or kirk douglas and it has quite a number of stars in it and the director was a drunk the crew was a drunk nobody cared about the movie except for kirk douglas and peter douglas and i and and the movies okay but it could have been brilliant could have been the best but dropped the ball they you can see the interviewed me for the blue rate and i spoke quite frankly on it and i i'm quite happy that my interview is there because it's too good cautionary tale for young people trying to break in i think you're probably one of the most approachable god's there are hate i to see hate to see hollywood f you just told us hap solutely if you're a young hairless asian boy you come right up fact rob here's looking kind of goods that true no i mean look is there looked you make movies that can query approachable my say so these movies a hilarious but there's nudity and there's this and there's that would you say somebody said hey lloyd kaufman's a bit of a perv would you say no i'm not revert couldn't be more blues joie and marriage were all perverted though what is i don't know what.
"stan winston" Discussed on See You Next Wednesday
"Would by so i watched it did did i i will will not not a week yeah you guys one and i had to watch those horrible christmas movies oh yeah but then it was you know we got delayed commit acts the star wars over the break right so anyway okay i then i won't i won't go too long on at our essay ship water his remarkable okay i honestly every performance is a bunch of very good actors doing their very best work yeah uh it's a it's touching it's funny it's beautifully shock effects are incredible uh and it is just a powerhouse performance everyone nice is remarkably good in it yeah one of the best things all year no question its unique it's it's a very strong base shot in toronto that's right yeah uh yeah highly recommend and if you can see them vix redo its worthwhile to visual masterpiece yeah i heard it was shot in drama because we're the only city that has a fish monsters yeah yeah totally that's why you could get a fish months her door for keep it was one of those things were like he didn't wanna like just casts some one as a fish monitoring is above all one of those toronto fish magnier by the way my favorite sports team at the toronto visual vishwanath rather terrible this year heads a rebuilding near the app so paddington to see it and schiff water see that dan uh casey what you had to watch a movie this week i did um as i mentioned earlier so we picked paddington to as the winner and we kind of we're looking for kids movies that feature a liveaction characters that are also acting with may be like a puppet source some kind of little animal mmhmm and that led us obviously to the 1990 classic a gnome name norm gonna home make good named norm directed by stan winston yeah now a van header by if i understand correctly you go watch this give movie good i did.
"stan winston" Discussed on Cracked Movie Club
"Or the merle dory signing there must be more before it but like yeah i mean it's mostly walk lippi lizards and gut zillah you know like there's there's a whole trend is especially asian films that word right these god figured lizard and they were more along the lines of land lost look they find a dinosaur yes ladies or like my science project when he like briefly brings a t rex back through time but none that were like to my knowledge none that were like this and this is also at the first time where we're going to get to realistically see dinosaurs but so the film rights were sold for a million dollars which is a huge amount of money at an auction i've studio pretty much every major studio wanted to make this movie because they news of a million dollar idea dinosaur yeah and then crichton got a further five thousand dollars plus points i think i know he sold the script for a million dollars plus points which means he got a percentage of the film's gross after came out and then he got an additional half million dollars to right the first draft the screenplay to adapt its novel into the into the movie so he made all of the country him money in the universe off this idea that he had rightly so i mean yeah it was a pretty easy filmed prefinance just because the team that they brought together to create this was like the dream team so to speak he got stan winston is just the animatronic dinosaurs maniac fill tip it as the mean goes if you've ever seen he was credited as dinosaur supervisor and i always see this online mean that says like you had one job phil but he did the and go animation to go notion that with the goal motion for longer shots that were actually visual effects and the rule of thumb seemed to be that if it was a close up or if it was like medium shot which would like go to essentially the waste of the dinosaur that's a robot if it's any more than that.