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Fresh update on "stanley tucci" discussed on The Joe Piscopo Morning
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So they asked me all the time and I tell them no, I want to stay cost effective. I want to really take it at least sold One of my suits. I want to return all the money that we make. I want to go right back to the company because that's the kind of guy I am. I'm a company guy. Corporate warrior. What do you think? Very noble. You're buying any? No, Nothing. I will. I will ask you that. I will ask you this real quick. I don't watch CNN pretty much at all. But I did. A number of people were saying on social media. You gotta watch Stanley Tucci. He's searching. I watched the first episode yesterday. My goodness, It is fantastic. Wait. He's how great Stanley Tucci can fantastic actor. He spectacular he is. He comes off a little. He comes off a little kind of, I know more. Not Italy than you do. That's fine. That's fine. I get it. I get it. But I have to tell you. The first episode is he goes to Naples. He goes to the Amalfi Coast. You learn about the history of pizza and how big it was a street food and how you know all this is absolutely one. Very It's a very smart they met, right. I think he shot that before the panda. No, no during during those together, people wearing masks their social distancing. They guess they filmed it at a time when, um, Italy wasn't locked down anymore. They have that brief opening, and that's when he went. You know what we should? We should call Mr Tucci. Sief? Yes. I think there is something everybody who signed with CNN as in the contract. Do not do anything on salmon media. So I was gonna be a little tough, You know, but but tell tell tell saying, Look, we're just we're just regular people. Yes, He's great, cause I one thing. What the big night? That's all I got to tell you. The big night, the movie the big night with Tony Shaloub in Stanley Tucci. And did she put that whole thing together? One of the most brilliant film one of my all time favorite films. It is classic. He and Tucci is impeccable. I loved him. He is an impeccable active. The reason why I mention it is because you enjoyed the general is coming up next. You always talk about how when you make the sauce. You have the same Marzano tomatoes. Well, Stanley Tucci takes you to the place. The only place where they make authentic San Marzano tomatoes. You would be Brooklyn. It's this little place in Italy. That's under a freeway. It's under a freeway. Yeah, but I mean, it's like When you see the long shot of it. You would think that it's somewhere in Brooklyn. It is amazing the history of the house and resent of tomatoes, Romaine and all because of Mount Vesuvius. Like the suit be its rules. The Naples you know life they all talk about now. You will appreciate this Joe. He said Italians and especially people in Naples, all they want to talk about his death. Everything revolves around death and the woman that he's talking to. In the beginning, she says. She says, Yeah, my mother called the other day. Did you see who died? That's the first thing that comes out of her mouth and that's Italians to attain you. Yeah. You know what? My grandfather was a kid in the Naples outside of Naples. He saw Vesuvius. You know, start to erupt a little bit that my father in 1944 when he was there in the United States Air Corps Army Air Corps. He was there so Vesuvius, but it is and when you see as when you go over there, and we went on the parole Oh, tourism, we're going again. We're all going back, but you when you pursue visas right there. It's right there in the distance. It's a little scary, actually, because you know, it's just going to go one. You know what I mean? It's scary, like apparently interrupts once every 100 years. So the last time was in 1944 when your father was there. And apparently again, it will. It will erupt again and the citizens there. You kind of learned to live with the fact that this this volcano is here and could erupt at any minute. Exactly. That's right. Let's try love to have Stanley I we would be honored of standing on the show, but but, you know, we won't talk politics, please. We'll just let's talk food food for crying out loud. All right. Hey, before we break, let me go to Mike, if I may my good morning. What's on your mind this morning? Thanks for calling. Hey, Good morning, Joy. So that's got to make sure hungry. Those will be ready. Yeah, Yeah. True. We vote. Yeah, we've all heard of the military industrial complex that were warned against Eisenhower. We have to be aware of the government health care complex that's forming and you can see it in the cove. It poses politicization of coded how the vaccine is being given out how to tying it to equity. It's a very dangerous thing, and we really need to be careful and watch that would've break phone call. Thank you, Mike. You're right on the money. It is. It's exactly what's happening and and they talk about. You're making a government health care like Obama care. You're seeing the failure of government health care in the vaccine. Every time I talk about the vaccine, I complained about it. I know we got a break here. But if they try to say, okay, we're gonna get the vaccine out. Okay? Yeah, it's an absolute fail. It's a big fail little by little. It could be so much quicker if you privatize it, in my opinion. But you're absolutely right. The pharmaceuticals they the health care Cos you know what the insurance companies they have Congress in the palm of their hand bought in Seoul with lobbyist dollars, and that's the problem. That is the problem. And it is that it's a health care conglomerate. When you see what if I told you what, you know what I'm telling you. We have tell you something. You don't know when you go in. You put down your insurance card. Oh, well, there's a deductible. Oh, you got to pay this. Oh, the insurance doesn't cover this. It's all a scam. It's a scam and someone should step up. You would think the Democrats would step up. They're worse than ever there the worse than ever. Mike. Great phone call. Appreciate that, Joe Degenova. We're going to talk tomato sauce when Joe comes on, and the sexual harassment allegations against Governor Cuomo with the great Joe Degenova coming up on Piscopo in the morning, Big Al is a headline news right now on a m 9 70 the answer dot com news passion. This is.
"stanley tucci" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"A fan of Stanley Tucci, his next Oh, yeah, I was watching last night. And this is the second episode and this one featured the Rome area and in each region has a name and it was the name for the Rome area. So these within al, I think, but every one of them is unique and different. And this one talked about the fact that pork is a big part of the culinary tastes there because And they're in Roman days. Pigs res easier to maintain. They took less space. So they everything was related. The pork and the dishes feature that and how you watch his thing In your salivating? It comes on at eight o'clock tonight that you're not. I don't even need a clock at night. So I'm thinking, man, I'm gonna be thinking about that, for like 24 hours. It's a good short on CNN every Sunday night. I think they tried out a new episode. Then, if you if you log in living earlier, seven o'clock, do you see the previous week's also hungry all over, I learned. I learned that last night he was doing pizza last weekend and a little boy. Yeah. So simple. All that's what's so simple. Yeah, that's the thing you've traveled overseas. They don't mess around a lot. They just get to the basic heart of these recipes, and they make it in the taste. Amazing in the bread's always better because they don't dilute it with other nonsense. Russian Simple Yeah, exactly. Farm that what is that farm to table? Yeah, like that. Yeah. Why don't we do more of that, Anyway? We're talking about food. How about that? And on Monday you must be hungry. I'm hungry. I could eat the scales off a cart right now. Yeah. Granola bar. Just not the way you want to start your day, Which is what I had already 8 30 from WTMJ breaking news center Jane Matt near his team a shocking milestone in the battle against Kobe 19, the U. S set to see five million deaths from the virus. That works out to about one of every 656 Americans dying from the disease here in Wisconsin, No newly reported deaths from coed for the first time since late September. Wisconsin Health Department says the 403 new cases recorded Sunday, the lowest single day total since late June. Hospitals across the South is still grappling with water shortages as the region tries.
"stanley tucci" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Cracking the code with a life filled with great movies and great food. He got some josh horowitz. Welcome to another edition of happy sad confused. Yes mr stanley tucci. The main event on today's show shockingly his first visit to happy said confused. Most shocked at the folks that have somehow eluded my grasp. We've been doing the six years. Certainly stanley tucci is probably made like eight. Ten movies in the last six years but for whatever reason hasn't lined up schedule-wise and now was a great excuse to catch up with stanley because he's an excellent new film opposite his beloved friend. Colin firth the film is supernova. He delivers a stellar performance. Maybe maybe not in the awards conversation. We'll see how it all pans out. But who cares about that stuff. The important thing is a very fine film. A very fine performance by one of our best stanley tucci and actor who whenever he shows up on screen. I know the movie maybe great. Maybe all right maybe horrible. He's going to deliver. He always delivers. He's a fantastic versatile actor a character actor who can also be a leading man. yeah i'm somewhat infatuated with stanley tucci. Who who isn't come on guys. And as i alluded to in the in the opening remarks he's also crafted a life and career that celebrates just like everything. I love movies. Yes but he is a connoisseur. A a lover of great drink and great food and has parlayed that expertise into his Into his career. He's got a new. Cnn travel show in italy. he's He's mixing drinks on his instagram account. He suddenly got like this new found fame. Thanks to that. I'm convinced his kind of crack the code and he also on the career side just works with great filmmaker great filmmaker. It's just that you know when you really dive into his career it's just astounding to look at and we cover. We cover a lot of it in this conversation. We go all the way back to his early work. I mean i guess the film that really made his career put him on. The map for a lot of people was big night the film. He co directed with his friend campbell. He also of course start in that. Onside tony shalhoub. We also talk a little bit about movie that he followed that up with that. He directed called the impostors. That you probably have never heard of. But i kind of i kind of go crazy on it within this conversation we stanley because i just seen it again for the first time in over twenty years and it's kind of delightful weird farce that. I do recommend it's a. It's a curiosity that has eluded many so check out the impostors All the way up to and including films like spotlight. And then captain. America the first avenger. The hunger games films. You know early. Work working alongside directors like alpa kula the terminals spielberg pick a movie out of his and he always delivering interesting work. As i said the new film called supernova. It's him and colin firth. It's basically a two hander and It's kind of a sad story but it isn't. I wouldn't say it's overly depressing. It's kind of beautiful tale of a long term couple who is dealing with an illness. Stanley plays a character who has a early onset. Dementia coincidentally just recently on the on the podcast i had vigo mortenson talking about a film that also deals with dementia. Anthony hopkins is in a film called the father that the deals with dementia. This is sadly one of those topics that is becoming. You know more and more prevalent in in our culture and in our lives so it's not surprising that it's being reflected in our entertainment Supernova is the film it is definitely worth checking out for these two performances and for Just kind of sublime piece of work. So check that out. And i just had a blast talking to stanley tucci. Who is as charming as you could expect Other things to mention yes stir-crazy my comedy central talk show continues on. This is a fun one guys. This week we did an episode with jamie dornan. You've probably best from fifty shades of grey. He's done a lot of other work including a really different side of jamie in the new film. Barb and star go to vista dome are I love this movie. it's so funny. It's so absurd so silly. It is from kristen. Wig and any molo You know kristen wake of course but any is her kind of co writing partner at times. They co wrote they. Actually the last time they wrote together was bridesmaids and this is their follow up Super broad weird silly comedy that yes does have a heart at the center of it But within five minutes watching a movie i was like. Oh i'm in. This is this is taking big swings and i am just going for it and i i laughed a whole lot and jamie Yeah this is kind of a. I truly had never seen this side of him and he he really delivers he sings dances. He makes a fool of himself And that All pretty much describes the episode crazy. Actually now that. I think of it He was great. So check that out on comedy central youtube page on their facebook. Page on my social media. Joshua horowitz i'll put the link up there Jamie dornan on this week's stir-crazy excellent episode. Lots of walks of excellent films by the way out. This week is just looking at the schedule here. I mentioned barbara star Juice in the black messiah is hitting. Hbo max that has low stanfield amazing performance for daniel columbia would definitely recommend that minority is finally I believe being released in some theaters. And hopefully it'll be on vod etc soon menards. One of the best films of the last year was stephen At sundance a year ago and it is really a really special movie. So put that on your list. Monari m. i. n. a. r. i So yeah lots of good entertainments. Were in the midst of the weird award season. So you'll see some of these films pop up there like judas like minority. There's no shortage of great entertainment. Hopefully that describes the next forty five minutes as well. 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"stanley tucci" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"Since the research come out in the nineteen fifties sixties. Yeah i think what it was is a. I think that schools because you could smoke in my highschool outside. And i think they were just like we're not gonna stop them you know. How are we gonna stop everybody. Everybody fucking smoking. I loved it. I'm so happy. I don't i. I don't miss cigarettes. But i i was on nicotine until just a year or so ago i was. I do the gum and the lozenges. I just love to do the patch. No because i wanted to feel the high i did. I've been on the patch. But i liked the lozenges nicotine candies really. Did you smoke. I smoke and i was never a devoted smoker. I i it was something i could take or leave. It wasn't. is there anything that you can't take relief. That was like a problem exercise. I'm not kidding. That sounds funny exercise. And martinis you like the martinez and pasta. So did you move to new york city to start to career. I mean did you went to school to college. Collagen did the acting. Yeah i didn't really go far and went to suny purchase which is excuse me the state university of new york because you know it was affordable and it was a conservatory in one of the best programs in the in the country because like i said it's a conservative opposition to get in. They took thirty students per per year. And you were in called the company you stayed in that company for four years with the same teacher which i'm not so sure it was a great idea but luckily i had a brilliant teacher so that was at fine. A guy named george morrison said he was one of the second city People and he ended up having a school. With paul. Sills and mike nichols in new york after he left purchase. Really mike nichols did you. Work with mike nichols. No i didn't. And but i knew mike nichols and he had asked me to do a few things. I couldn't do them and i was heartbroken because if there was one director wanted to work with it was mike nicholls but zac. Timing of things wasn't quite writer right. But i got to know him and i was even more enamored of. I met him. What was your first real gig. I guess i was cast in a. I don't remember. I did like some commercial. Things are a little life broadway or something. But then i did. Like a miami vice. I think was the first really thing i ever did on television like just saying just like two scenes. I hadn't really experienced america so much. Florida and a shot there for a few days. It was really weird. And then i ended up going back and play another role as a mafiose mafioso and then i started to do a lot of tv stuff in little roles in movies and you know how it goes so that sure says here that you're like you did a little bit and pretty's honor. Yeah well that's not actually true. Because i was supposed to have one line but it ended up going to a friend of jack nicholson's so i was glorified extra but you're on the set. I was on the set with john. Huston with john's houston. Who i think that point was so old that you know it's it's sort of amazing the career you've had and how many recognizable you are. And how much like. I feel like i've known you since i was a kid. I feel like we grew up together. So there is again. You know haunting me but it's interesting to kind of career that you have is the career of a guy that works. You know what i mean. Yeah and like when you got into the racket. I mean what was your plan. What did you think you were going to be doing primarily theater. What what were you thinking as an actor or that. You just wanted to do stuff. I just wanted to work and i. I really just wanted to work doing it. All you know. At the time. When i started so thousand nine hundred eighty two. I got out of college. You know there was that very clear. Division between iraq theater actor europe television actor film actor and it was an unfortunate division. It was a snob venous. To it was it was weird. It was weird and wrong. Now that has all disappear. Thank god but you know the british never did that. The british always went back and forth. You did tv. Play the back into the thing and blah blah blah. a radio play you just. It's a smaller business there. It's a smaller business. But it's a healthier business. Sure now i think america is finally and there was it was it was. Hbo that really changed everything. Hbo to be once. They started doing their original films. There became this this crossover it's not. Tv it's hbo tv. But it's really cool. And they were putting money into projects in casting people who weren't huge movie stars in movies of significance that they were taking scripts that peop- that studios in by and they would make them into movies and they were really fucking good. And i think that changed the landscape and and that's why we have what we have now. Which i think is much healthier landscape but it seems like you are always sort of like moving back and forth between all of them. Because i had to work you know. I had to make money and also a leading man. I was an actor. Were you ever disappointed about that. Yeah i ve given anything to look like marcello mastroianni but you know that's never happened. I'd love to look like ryan reynolds. That's not happening except you had to excess. You have to make do with what you have. Murder one was sort of a big deal right. Yeah that was a big deal. Put you on the map in some ways. Yes i guess i did. I did it. Because i thought it was really cool but of course it was going to happen. It was a very unusual structure. It's action that we know now very.
"stanley tucci" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"Do you ever do a llama chana. Yes yeah love do use these guan challa in good for you. Good for different right. You could use the The other one two punch at a no good no good. It's fine but once you have guan charlie. It's it's completely elevate it type. What is that. How is that so different tasty. it's fucking. I don't know what's the juneau is the jowl and it's it's also the way the way it's cured and that extra thickness of the of the skin and the pepper put put on top. Which is the way you should make carbonaro with that with the guangchao yet. But it seems like it's not as easy to find his pen cheddar. No no it's it's not easy to find on the internet. It's actually easier than it used to pull. They'll send you got you got like before the internet you have. You had to have a gwen chali guy to make your own gunshot. That's time consuming. The guy yeah yeah. Yeah but that's the thing about cooking like especially in l. a. Here though. Did you like when i decided when i get obsessed with the dish i was dating a woman who years ago. Who liked bucatini lama. John so i got figure out how to do it correctly right and i don't even know if she ever had it with. Want shelly but i had to go find guan. Charlie in los angeles would turned out was not easy was not easy. No because it's not there's not. I found this every time. I've spent time in los angeles on huge number of italian. No i mean up. North there are more that's true because Yeah yeah very quite different and all the white la it was like when i first started going there four hundred years ago i was like you know where the italian dailies not no. There's the ones that are here aren't even that good. You know it's amazing. For italian food and talion delis new jersey. Oh yes yes yes see. I haven't spent a lot of time in new jersey but yes. It's a huge huge italian american population. Jack in the day used to be just driving down the highway. So i think that italian places any good i. It is new jersey way. Where are you from my genetically new jersey. I grew up in new mexico mostly but my parents are both from jersey my family. They're all jersey juice juice. But you grew up in new mexico for for like you know third grade through high school yet. albuquerque you ever shoot albuquerque. Which one. I a shot myself in albuquerque to i. No kidding yes. Don't well it was it was. It was tough. Yeah what what show. Yeah i spent a week there. One night was no. It was never some nice places. But yeah no. I was a movie i did with him. Kevin costner and nathan lane swing vote. You're all stuck in albuquerque. You kept yes but then we ended up moving outside to this. Nice little hotel Kind of desert and you had beautiful view of the mountains and it was pretty. It's pretty it's pretty. It gets a bad reputation. Got a little beat up overtime. Wait so the first big movie. Like the first time i remember hearing about you in a big way was the big night movie. Which based and you did that with campbell. Scott right And you guys. You talked to him. I thought to gamble for a long time. No but we went to high school together and in katona no so. We went to john. Jay in south salem. So you guys you hang out at his house he hangs out of your house with was george c scott there. No he was not coming do her. Yes did you act in highschool. Yes Campbell and i acted in high school together and i mean i really loved it. Yeah we had this really cool guy who was right from the gecko. Yeah he here. This wonderful teacher was. He was the music teacher he was. He was the round the chorus he did the plays it. Was this really wonderful. Guy who lived in manhattan and commuted to to westchester day. He did the opposite of what everybody else did. And he was very sophisticated. Really really lovely guy you know. We did rosencrantz. That guilt and stern are dead at our. I mean yeah. Yeah he was cool. He was an inspiration. He was just really cool at that time. You know one thousand nine hundred seventy s you could go. it was. It was an open plan. School like most of the war in westchester allow the morton westchester. And so you know you walked outside all the time from class to class building to building and you had this beautiful theater In the in the school but then there was an annex which was his domain. the amex was just this separate cool building. Where just one room where you did choir practice. Or you auditioned for your practice plays he. Did acting classes bring people in for the community who had been Show business and have. Yeah this guy was like you know. Amazing isn't isn't amazing. When you think back on that that that guy just one teacher in your life in your high school probably changed the entire course of your life. It is completely and i'll tell you the thing that makes me sort of sad now. Is that if we just look. At the architecture of the school there was an openness to it but there was also an openness to the curriculum and enter teaching and my father will attest this having been an art teacher that all so much of that has disappeared And it's really unfortunate. I visited the school a number of times. And it was heartbreaking because they basically a closed the school so there was a physical manifestation of what was happening educationally. And i found the right to suppressing. What's sad it's sad. What's happened education in general. But i imagine you know in the seventies everything that was coming in not only was more a liberal culture. But i mean there was a lot of things changing in approaches to education to theater to film to everything. So if if that guys down in new york in east coming up and he's bringing all these new ideas. It must have been exciting to be an high school at that. Time of your brain is just opening up in the early seventies. it must have been just mind blowing. It was it was fantastic. I mean like where my dad taught. Was this really great school. And you know they had a. They had a kiln where they would make part of the thing that enjoy recession this but they had a smoking area. This is weird part. They had a smoking area. Yes to yes right outside the art room right. So we'll do that. Was that was questions.
Kanye West leaves fans concerned
"Tiny west was banned from twitter for a whopping twelve hours for posting private information after the rapper engaged in yet another tweet storm. This since deleted tweet included the phone number of an editor for Forbes magazine and the caption that read quote if any, if my friends want to call a white supremacist, this is the editor of Forbes and then had his phone number. That's wild west also appeared to be West. Appeared to be urinating on one of his grammy's with the caption quote. Trust me I won't stop. And I believe him I believe he will not stop I. DO I trust them I definitely trust him on that one. After deleting twenty on Monday declaring that he would not release any new music until he is released from his contracts with Sony Slash ATV. Music Publishing and Universal Kanye West on Tuesday shared a screen shot of what appeared to be a text message conversation with an unnamed adviser who proposed potential game plans and claimed West West is masters are worth more than Taylor. Swift's which I do not think is true I took a poll on instagram and sixty six percent of you think that Taylor's masters were definitely or are definitely worth a lot more. West who Forbes this year estimated had become a billionaire could by his masters or rerecord them. which was the same. You know thing that approach Taylor swift with and the adviser said, but Taylor's caused three, hundred million yours would cost a lot more. I assume the adviser also referring to Scooter Bronze Twenty Nine Acquisition of the label big machine records from Scott for Chata. West. Could also propose a yeezy media and universal joint venture that is equal but not one sided but West replied that he is quote not open to any form of business with universal or Sony. So Conway is. I don't know if you can hear me like doing this while I'm recording but I'm just and break my finger is in my because I just I guess now my head hurts from all of this, it could just so ridiculous. So Kanye. Is Back at it and Kim. Kardashian is just an absolute saint for putting up with all of this because this really is just. So, Connie makes me really uncomfortable with this holy Jesus thing and calling himself a new Moses or whatever now I'm not. Religious by any means I grew up a Christmas Catholic but I went to Sunday school until I got my first communion. So I know there's like this quote out there somewhere that's like I'm your God in new shot have any other gods besides me in a very loose translation, but with Connie being so religious as he claims. It just totally contradicts himself and what he believes and it makes me just really uncomfortable. The whole Sunday service thing is starting to look much more like a call like it was really cute at first but now it's just looking kind of creepy. The whole yeezy brand is very like Orwellian to me and That makes me uneasy when he walked on water at a Sunday service, it wasn't cool it which is weird and they feel like all of these antics like if of these antics came from anybody else. They would be much more called out on it. But because it's conway. And he's just surrounded by so many like, yes people he's not getting really caught out on it people just like ha-had Connie being crazy again, Kanye Saha. Typical and I'm just getting to the point where I'm just very uncomfortable. I. Don't like I really don't support it and listen at the end of the day I hope that he can find help that he means but this is all starting to be a bit too much for me. I I can't I. Don't know how much more Kim is going to last with all of this. I imagine that Kris Jenner is absolutely horrified like they can't keep making excuses for his behavior or acting like everything is okay. Hey they either need to distance distance themselves from him or like diving completely and acknowledged that he is sick like more than just like a statement like actively. Be An advocate for him as opposed to just being quiet and like sweeping things under the rug. Family matter but it's like you have to pick a side. You just have to especially with the platform that you have. You just need to make a decision but again, that's just my opinion. and. You know in the words of Taylor Swift, you just need to come down. I think his value is going to keep going down with literally everything that he does.
"stanley tucci" Discussed on Here's The Thing
"Fucking amazing amazing. You go there. Europe permanent resident, and imagining in terms of the. Acting thing of the union thing. Does that become an issue as well? No, no, the Union as far as Saginaw, all that that's fine. What I meant unions what I meant is that the crew unions and the driver unions things like that are very different here. And what what they like here is. You know because you shot here a lot. Is that they in America? It's very hard to shoot and I'm a big believer in unions. But America. You know if you try to do a continuous day, which is basically like? A ten hour day. We're not taking a lunch. Break your you know you. Just you're in you. Start shooting at a en route at six. Okay, so you're in six thirty in makeup, seven o'clock whatever? In America you can't do that. You can't do it. You can only do it if it's location dependent or like depend here if they go over during lunch break today. If you go to the Bruce, you go, why retain lunch break? Were shooting inside. What do you do that? Let's do. Let's do a continuous day. He goes. Yeah, alright the crew goes. Yeah, let's do that. We're done at six o'clock. We get to go home and be with our families. And it! It's a completely different like work ethic. It's not really a ethic. It simply logic. Be The cruiser incredible. The drivers are incredible. But they're not interested in being there for fifteen sixteen hours a day. I mean in America I couldn't. Do it I couldn't do. Continuous days I tried wouldn't let me. But I still would finish it six o'clock. Because I. How long do you really want to be on a movie set? I mean? Let's face it. You know it gets. Tedious and there's a live faffing about that goes on when really we don't need a lot of that stuff. Let's just get to it unless you're doing an action sequence something quite complex. Not that complicated, I did like a day. Maybe two. I don't remember it so long ago when Pacino did Richard the third. And, the documentary that he made a better was. Looking for Richard an inverse day we shop. We did this scene that Pacino gathered all the cast and crew around. He said I want to ask you all one favor. And everyone leaned in. Like what is an Pacino said. Don't tell anyone how fast we worked here. Don't tell anybody how quickly we did this. Then they'll make us all work of the space I have been on sets where we were really. You have an efficient directors, really good. In America and they finish. Would you're done like four? Let's get Outta here and they go. No, we can't leave. You're like why now like we'll studio actually need you stay. They need they need. The crew stayed. So you need to stay or if you WANNA go? It's fine, but the crew has sustained because otherwise. It looks like you're not getting the job done. Your job's done. That was laments reputation. Yeah I admire that one thing I feel in the time that I've fantasized about even moving there for like a year or two. That's my dream for just two camp out there for like a year of. The Mount Night. One at least try to climb would beat the theater. Have you done theater? No because I have little kids, I think what I would prefer to do is direct again in the theater and not. Go on stage again. Really every now and again I get a yearning, but then. I think you know I. Don't get to see my kids. You don't put him to sleep. You don't have breakfast with them in the morning because you're like you know completely out of it the one thing about it. Is that you can do shorter runs here in a substantial theater you can go to the old vic. Do Short run and that's pretty cool. Where are the older kids? They're here. They're here while they go to there. Two of them go to the twins. Go to university here. And because we all moved over the twins, only thirteen and Camilla was eleven for listening I had Matteo in the first house. And then we have our second house, which is bigger, thank God. Chew of. You've listened to have one no way of to Matteo and Amelia. She just turned two and he's five. And then the twins are twenty and Camilla is eighteen. She of five children. Yes, right on I five children, including my older daughter Ireland, who lives in Los Angeles so it. Is Weird to have kids, and think about in my dear friend, WHO's ten years older than me and had a ten year old. Said don't worry. It's great besides by the time they're saying things that really bother you. You'll be deaf anyway, so it doesn't. Well, it's so true I think about I. Mean I think I can hear the now screaming in the House screaming? Screaming singing I don't know which who knows literally the older I. Get a loud noises to make very jumpy like you hear a crash or so or loud. Everything that goes along with having children. So if I if I come and very quietly, and patiently I try to lay down the law with my kids, they look at me and then they go, mom and say don't. Because I know what you mean, I mean I suddenly. I'm, GONNA turn sixty in. November and I suddenly. Feel like I'm doing things and I'm saying things that. I always watched old. People do and say. And how's that? How's it possible that that just came out of my mouth? How is it possible that I went? How's it possible? That hair is growing out of places? We're just shouldn't. And not on my head. There's a lot more creaking and cracking. Yes, and I believe me. There's a there's every night I do my pushups in my bedroom. The creaking cracking is so. Embarrassing Barry whether you're going to a store and you're like if you're. Listening on the shoe store and you bend down to look at the shoes like on a slightly lower you know and you just hear like. This fucking cracking and you're like. And it reverberates in you see like the sales. People kind of look and go like. Embarrassing. I don't remember all that time passing so quickly. And how was it possible that my attitude toward work has shifted so dramatically as it has now? People will send me things and I'll, and I'll say to myself well. That's a movie like to go see, but I wouldn't WANNA go make. The Guy. I can't be on a set in a Costa Rica for six weeks. I don't care how much money you pay me up I, need to live my life right now. You can't I mean I feel the same way I mean obviously I mean. I have to work because I have this overhead and I haven't mortgage here so I have to do it, but if I had my choice. I would do it a lot less I am much more discerning now, but the problem is. You've done it so much like you just know it. You receive the script in Ugo. That's a nightmare. That is a nightmare right there waiting to happen. I can feel it as soon as I. Say well. No, they think they're going to be able to get helicopters to get like no, not doing. Now I don't do it. Even the role itself a little. Some euro and I'll go God. I think I did that somewhere in years ago. So what it takes for me to get as excited about script to forego this part of my life I remember when I was making films, and before I did thirty rock for seven seasons really parked myself in New York and got into TV and got into a schedule that was friendly from my visitation with my daughter, I was commuting to. Year! I remember I used to sit on sets, and people would fedex me my mail from new. York and it open up by mail that would come every couple of weeks.
"stanley tucci" Discussed on Here's The Thing
"Alec Baldwin and you're listening to. Here's the thing. Stanley Tucci is one of the most beloved actors and directors working today. He has a great reputation both as an artist and a deeply decent guy. We've worked together twice and that reputation is well deserved even over zoom after a decade. It's my pleasure to have time with him again. Let me, just say yes. Then of course, one of the fun bonuses zooming as you can see the room, they're in the room. You're in right now. Looks like those scenes in a thriller where the good of the killers house. GotTa sketches on the wall. Yes, we're are. What Room are you in now? This is my room. My family doesn't have in the. So. This is my room. And it's where I prepare. You know? People. To the first to say, he sometimes been typecast as an ethnic heavy, the ambiguously Arab assassin in the Pelican brief for example. But he's done plenty of roles worthy of his immense talent from Puck, and Michael Hoffman's a midsummer night's dream to fashion editor Nigel kipling in the Devil Wears Prada. Not to mention his cult classic direct to`real debut, big night steeped in his love for Italian cooking. After becoming a widower with two school age children in two, thousand, nine to cheat fell in love with an English, literary agent, the to married a few years later, the couple and their new kids now live in London, which is where I found my old friend for this conversation, always living Europe. Italy when I was a kid. You know for a year when I was twelve. And it completely changed everything for like a totally changed the way I saw the world and everything, and and I always wanted to go back and live here and Kate might might late wife she and I always talked about. Maybe we would go live in France, or maybe we're GONNA live in Italy or something. And then obviously that didn't happen, but I met felicity. We did and I'll tell you. It's like the place I was supposed to be, but I didn't know. There was a slight intimidation of you know that sort of. upper crusty British. Self, but once you're once. You're here for a bit it's. It's fine. It's incredibly comfortable. I know why you would feel comfortable. You would I would shoot there I shot a couple of things. There remembered. Shoot there. I would say even a taxi driver. Has a grasp and a kind of facility with the English. Language sits like a college professor back here yet. There's an understanding the language, no matter what status somebody is right, but also there is a profound sense of irony here that unfortunately America is greatly lacking in. and. And that's. Simply because it's an incredibly old country, and we're not when you met felicity. How long were you together? When you made the decision to move over there? We were together for a couple years because she came and lived with us. She came and live with me and the kids for two city. No, no, we were up in Westchester or you were up in Western. She still yeah. That's where I was living, and had house there and And then we rented an apartment in the city for. I don't know like a year or something. Just because she worked so much in the city was easier for her but it was. It was great. You know it's really hard roll I. You know having. been a step parent I mean, and then for her to be a step parent at that. Young Age with three kids was. Really tough I mean they're now. They're twins or twenty. Camilla's eighteen. Then we have two little ones who pitched the idea of moving to the UK. You're her. She did she did she was like look. You know I have a fulltime job, you know. You sometimes have a job. How about we go there? I was nervous about the kids. The kids had spent a fair amount of time here. Already I was nervous about leaving my parents, because as very close to my parents are still. Alive my father just turned ninety in my mother just turned ninety in December. I love it. Where is she my mom and my sister? That eventually, my other sister, when my dad died in eighty three, and my dad was only fifty five when he died my God, and when he died very young, my mother took a couple of years to. Divest of her long island home and so forth and she and my sister I mentioned my other sister and their families. They moved to Syracuse where my mother was from. Near her siblings who have all since then call all of them have passed away. If you told me that, my mother would outlive my father, and all her siblings I would have been a million dollars against that you know fairly, and my mother's on a health nut. She would say. She drank diet coke every day. She Drank Tab. Every day was not a health nut. Decide to go there, are you calculating the work thing you think about how am I gonNa work from here or do you just dive? No, no, I was nervous. Yeah, there's no question interest, but I knew that I had worked here before. I saw that production this seven years ago now there was a lot being shot here. I had done Captain America here and I talked to the director. The producers about they like everything is moving here because the tax breaks are so huge, the union structures different and basically by shooting. This movie was tens of millions of dollars that they saved on that movie alone shooting here, and then of course Atlanta change things because of the loss of done Atlanta now, but still so much stuff. And if I was a little slow going, but honestly after a few months. Six months it was not a problem at all. What was the union particular meaning? For you you became a British citizen as well because you married her. No I'm not a British citizen. I. May I have? Permanent. Leave to remain or whatever they call it so I'm a permanent resident had to take a test a little while ago and. Prove that I knew enough about British history. You know which yes, yeah. I knew nothing about not really, but you know and then, but the kids had that, too. Which is great? For me, it's because I was a lot of stuff. I was doing anyway was shooting either here or in Europe where you know because we don't make movies in La Anymore now, which is really? I, always told people you a movie on on a set of New York. The prop guy would come to you and he'd say I wanNA. Pick out a watch for your character to open up a box. It had like forty watches. When you went to L. A., they say the I want you to look at a watch. He bring like nine cases with five hundred watches. In la, everything is just more more is that's what it is what it is. It's nothing but that the last time I worked. There was when I did the thing with them with Susan Sarandon and Jessica Lying About Bette Davis Jones above that I. have that so much fun. I called each one of them I call Jessica who I know ensues Susan Serandon I literally got her on the phone and she kind of had this tone like. How can I help you like I'm? Just completely puzzled as to why you're calling me. I'm calling you to tell you how fabulous you were there. I mean no one could have pulled. It was impossible to pull that off. I love that show great performances, and they're both funny. A Susan I knew I had made a lot of movies. Susan had director in the movie. But I'd never met Jessica and we really had one sort of major seen together. And she was just.
Octavia Spencer, Warner Brothers And Anne Hathaway discussed on John and Ken
"A man on Warner Brothers movie set in the UK has been stabbed in the neck cops call this afternoon to the set of the witches, the film stars Anne Hathaway, Chris rock, Stanley, Tucci, and Octavia Spencer. The injured crew member was taken to a hospital, a second man on the set was
"stanley tucci" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast
"Cars, right. That's that's very close to the standard ludicrous song concept. There's there's cars in it. Yeah. They're there. If he can rap about wanting to do it on do it next to a car crash if he did what your fantasy. Oh, yeah. Oh my God. That's like lots which are worst fantasy. Ludicrous is in Fred Claus. Just for the record. That must be a hit. I don't think that's true. Brain has been turned to oatmeal by eight years of octopus. I want I want you to imagine all the money that all of Daniel Day-Lewis is movies. If made sure and then I want that much, and then I want you to think about also money. Who knows? No, no. Then then then you're is arguing no no one is arguing the utility of of Daniela Lewis versus ludicrous quit moving the goalposts. I would just like to point that out Daniel day Lewis in addition to being a gigantic shoe hammering loser. Okay. Okay. If you're a cobbler listen to this. Go ahead fight me. I repair shoes east shit shoemakers. What is what is right? Is. It is this because it got cold in Georgia that you're just like so look out. He's married like forty degrees outside you don't even know what we're dealing with this out on Stanley Tucci. An actual Pat is angry that it is cold outside. There's there's no in the world who doesn't like Stanley Tucci. I'm trying this on. Okay. Great. Look you should keep. All of your other, bright ideas. You know, what's going to happen? Only gonna hear this. He's going to Email me say how disappointed he is in. It's going to affect me personally. It's great. It's great. I swear to God. If you get if you get us in a war with Stanley Tucci, I will take his side in a heartbeat. I will view. We're. L feel so bad. And you don't know who else will be on. Our side ludicrous ludicrous love Stanley Tucci. He would never take your side in this stupid debate. Piece of shit. So anyway, I think that Oklahoma gets in based on strength of schedule, right? Right. That's the committee man said tonight that they like their schedule better than Ohio states already. So state better put some numbers up on north western any. No what's hard to do in northwestern game numbers in didn't they drop northwestern down the rank as in? Liberal art. Northwest northwestern fill two points because they only beat Illinois by eight that is a good reason to fault two spots. Hey, they got lovey Smith in extension. I think you need to move them up there out here influencing job, creators that you bet. That's definitely like I created a job. That's the first time. Northwestern get somebody working along time damn. Down. You know, if they had a union they could welp should we talk about. Should we talk about the SEC championship? Is there a reason to? Now. So. It seems the key the key to the game the autozone. Key to the game by Dell computers. Zone. Jan computers. European annoys? Broom that's fucking problem out ozone computers. Brought to you by.
"stanley tucci" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"The first thirty minutes, really good pacing all the worst scenes he actually cut his teeth as a documentary filmmaker leave cartel anti did which I think won the Oscar. So this is I feel. Feld as Ben points out, you know, cartel NFL a feature and this feels like a documentary, and he said, I tried to melt those two aspects together. But I do think the story kind of doesn't really again it carries narrative momentum. It drops you in the right away. Okay. Crusading journalist she's battling personal demons. She goes there. But then there's not enough beyond that. It's it's almost kind of a thin plot. So I think the performances don't carry it enough. And most importantly, my guy Stanley Tucci is in the movie Tucci was on. I've never watched Seth Meyers before. But I was like scrolling through like to Mars great teachers great on Seth marks. He's hype it up private war. He's talking to his married, Emily blunt sister. I'll he's bodies obviously Krinsky is his brother-in-law hangs. And we blend to let time it's straight. He's funny. He just started second family knows I wife passed away. So this is second wife. So he's got kids were like in college age, and he's got young kids as well. I want to see like four and two very really young kids. He's all. Yeah. It makes you feel young. And then you go down to pick them up makes you feel old etc. So I can't go to choose. I love to by the way. It would Seth Meyers introduced him. It's none other ways. I. Describe silly to cheat fingers crossed we ever get standing to. I would say he's the guy from big night and spotlight and the impostors, and he he's described as the guy from devil wears Prada and the hunger games. I mean for the main audience, that's probably more accurate if Tucci ever came to it. I'm not gonna ask you one question. One hundred years. I couldn't tell us devil. Where's prada? I wanna talk spa big night talk imposters once all these other movies, you'd like sure whatever you want to cheese in the movie. It's a glorified cameo. I texted lines I go. Hey, you're right. But through its good movie, Rawson pike awesome. And he goes how great to Macari kidding glorified. Cam. He didn't like ten minutes. He's her love interest after the axed spurns her any honesty gets maybe ten minutes of screen time. I was so upset is great. When he's in the movie, we need a lot more to cheat. So Matthew, you get silly to you're gonna make the guy. I'm hoping he's still in the movie, and I'm like got like these guys like maybe four scenes in the movie, we'd also asked about the lovely bones Salo. Yeah. He did mention that. He goes he's known. He that's exactly described me. He goes. Jelly teaches worked Delaware's Prada, the lovely bones. The Huggins children Macron and asking what the lovely bones. And that's it. And you let salmon girl, right lovely Tiber. Who we had on recently? I'll never forget he criticized Tucci in that movie. He said Stanley Tucci is a very good actor because this is an example of a very good actor giving a very bad performance. Never golden with perfectly creepy. He thought he was overacting in the movie. Now where we get Tiber. Backing okay. I'll never forget you wrote the specific or a very good actor giving a very bad performance. And the only time to cheese been nominated was from the lovely bones. I'm sure he's thrilled with this performance. Kennedy actually noticed me on this creepy killer. I'm like abusive, rapists, all stomach kilt. No doubt. No good. Anyways. That's a private war. I'll give it two and a half because the store I wasn't strong enough. Not nearly up to choose a two and a half ape believes there. So four movies in the books and come up now, by the way, past for do you want to offer a Reckitt rally is laughing and not enough to to you thought that was great exactly half a star lost because not enough to without question without question. Right foot on the you know, what there's a movie poster Adnan Virk, raves Rosman, Pike's, performances brilliant, but not enough to cheat..
"stanley tucci" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast
"It's euro with more conference titles than Jim Harbaugh Stanley Tucci also has the Screen Actors Guild award. No, that's like Maxwell trophy and three Emmys that's like a co two the year award three EMMY FCS championships. Three Emmys bitch of the ships. Why did you why did you to this? God. Now, I'm in the whole thing the Bobby Dodd sportsmanship award. Okay. Why do you want Stanley to to be more like Daniel Day-Lewis? I guess is my big question. Remember, Daniel Day-Lewis inferior actor to Stanley. Thinly more credits. Sorry, worked harder is more of a vase, and you want Stanley Tucci to be more like that guy will extensively. No more like Stanley more like Daniel day Lewis is true sandwich. Even never quit, as you know, like take time off to become a cobbler. Yeah. So what do you problem Spencer? I'd like to come now thinking of the hybrid of the two of them Stanley Tucci a man with no respect for big night. And I allowed you into my home. Speaking a big night, Memphis at no. You're welcome Allieu. Gosh, UCF you got you got no chance of making that playoff. I'm sorry. It's just not gonna happen of -solutely. None. And maybe not even a winning this game that God, this is a massive bummer for them. But you know, Memphis, Memphis is a damn handful. That insanely good rushing attack right now. Handful there. I am if any team would be a handful, and you could say you don't want team a handful Memphis. God king and affluent handful of team. Yeah. What's handful? It's a it's a dead pig, stuffed full stolen guns. Just an entire records coming at you. Off the top rope. That's how we serve them here. Obviously. If there was a Memphis restaurant where eight ribs inside a wrestling ring. And they were they were delivered with a powerful off the top rope slam to your head. I would go there every single week. That's the mayor's house that is. Take us. Jerry. We it's twenty minutes for a table, unless you're willing to set at the Spanish announcers. No, no, no, no, nothing K last. The best the best running joke ever. Yeah. Running joke like this is not a sustainable restaurant. But I would like to try it as a pop up like a week of wrestle. What's what's what's the name of this restaurant? Summer ham summer summer. It's gotta be summer. Am summer slam right? It's got to be that, right or the torture rack. Brassy bull. Yeah. That's or if they see from this UCF is doomed. I mean it but McKenzie Milton by the way that knee injury. That is not a that is not like a lightweight. Yeah. Jury at all because he knows normally it's like, oh, well he had this done in this done in this happened. Do the heaven like they were like he's in the hospital. Oh, they repaired nerve damage and restored blood flow. That's yeah. That's ominous. When you know normally it's like, oh, well, they toward this particular L, right? This ABC L this piece yet, no. Get even heard that yet. So. Calf thought thoughts good wishes to him. 'cause that that's that's real bad, and again, real bad for UCF chances of, you know, at least having a claim to play off because beat Memphis is going to be the handful that I said it was. Yeah. They I mean, that's that's about as crushing an injury as I can remember in a really long time. But as far as their team goes they have played well with other quarterbacks this year. In not much of a sample, probably like eight total quarters or something like that. But I mean, they can beat Memphis. Memphis, isn't great or anything. It would probably be a stupid shootout as it has been. I think at least twice in a row that these teams played each other UCF can win having a lot of people are lost. But they're still really good in. Memphis, isn't awesome or anything..
"stanley tucci" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast
"That's right, Hugh, who I believe appeared in. I don't know if it was the Broadway rendition, but it was a rendition of Chicago. Now, he's been at a couple of different shows in Nashville any heated the nutcracker. Yeah. I know that there's not any speaking roles there. That's another man with a beautiful head, Eddie, George gorgeous skull, look at that thing man and shiny, right? Stunning. There's kind of like a map finish to it. I wouldn't Matt I wouldn't met sculpted this year. I want somebody with a bass boat head which shiny bass Blake finish head, but subtle Stanley Tucci. Probably my bunk that bastard to cheesy. He's great. What do you ever get sick? Thank your pardon Audi. So perfect Stanley Tucci. Yeah. He is never your goddamn problem. Never done anything wrong. How are you? Brian back me up. I she will kill you. And I will help her Stanley. Doozy is wonderful. They only do like God, please note if Stanley Tucci did some real fucked up shit, we didn't know about it. We're not covering for this. It's not it. That's not what we're talking about Stanley. Tucci is a God. He does he would do that. He wasn't actually married to Julia child that wasn't. I don't recognize that movie is cannon. That movie didn't exist. It took a lot of us to a bad place. So it is championship week. And I was gonna say that if you've waited at Stanley Tucci if you've waited the entire at Jenkins have authors. The if you've wasted yet. How he so good? What is he have an award? What a title how come? He ain't won a championship. Where's the hardware? I'm just gonna start tweeting out right now. I'm not gonna make it out of this podcast live. Oh, no. This is the don't Stanley Tucci is like the, you know, Mike Leach, Texas Tech of you know. Oh, beloved. Oh, yeah. Put up numbers. Yeah. You absolutely hated Mike Leach at Texas Tech. No rain at the current though rings. So who is the ba- who's the Bama of the acting world? It's Meryl Streep. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Just sort of walk there easily. Huh? Right. We even even in mama Mia. She's delightful. Anyway, championship wake. If you've waste isn't over. I know if you've waited the entire season to get here. You're kind of weird like to McConnell ridge, Georgia, you're Cuba, Gooding junior..
"stanley tucci" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman
"So I was working in a restaurant and it closed early like ten thirty. So you came over and are we? And we waited by the phone because like. The owners of the restaurant had champagne out. You remember said because we knew them because you weren't out there and they'd taken the champagne and we're about the impact the corks, but and we just sat there and I remember call came there was this champagne up on that? Not even the put on the tables because the bar was in the back, and I remember all the chairs getting pushed, put up and us looking at each other and our wives. If he's feeling like those, that's why big night hits me. So ARD that movie the Stanley Tucci because we let that night and I remember to slinging out of their thinking, oh, it's not as I in a happen. We really believed that we've really had the hook. I mean, it was sunk the, the hook was sunk, wasn't it? I don't know why we thought is good idea to believe with somebody in Hollywood would tell us at that point. We haven't made that mistake very often since not really. Yes. Someone yesterday said to me, I always proceed as if it's definitely a yes and I take on just like what life for you. It was that that was that possible. I would. I'll tell you later. I don't wanna tell them, but then you DeLuca. Ended up later a making movies with us being a great advocate ally for us. And later told the story that that day someone like bum rushed him and made up some story that like it was already getting sold somewhere else. And he was like, sat there and read ten pages and was like, screw these guys. He's wasn't taken the Hartselle. Well, he didn't picture us sitting alone in a restaurant he, but we were like, you know, I don't think you would've cared. No, he didn't want the pressure. He's too cool a customer for that. And all the right ways heard a couple more things before we shut this thing down. So you learn about rejection. What exactly. How do you process it now? So, well, we were talking about like those those guys I was friends with in the business. So that was more personal form. But you know, I submitted a bunch of stuff. I submitted my first novel. I think that a bunch of publishers and I'm sure I got rejections on. I know I submitted short stories to magazines in coverage action. Did you get to a place where you didn't basically? Do you go through process? This goes back to the quest. People ask about how to know if they're delusional, would you then try to look at the the comments and just do your own, like sort of objective analysis of the comments against the work? Or. I mean, the comments were progress. Like the worst ones were like the form the slips they would drop in. There were no comments. There was like nothing useful about it when I would get one that would have handwritten comments on it. It was like usually positive because that made me realize that like broken through the screen, you know the monolith and the anonymity, and somebody bothered to. Right back. So that was heartening. But you talk a little bit about. Getting feedback. You know, one thing that another thing that I definitely learn from you was how to be really honest when people ask for, I'm just a known usually, say really, honest honest when people ask for it's kind of a binary thing when people say that for the for the garner and people ask for over the garner podcast yet, Brian garner. Yeah, yes. Oh, we can talk about that for sure. But when people ask you for feedback and it's always been the case on something they've written, you are really rigorous in your in your on the night. You're talking about giving rejection medicine, but is that what you want also and how did you come to decide like it'd be so much easier to just sort of shine people on like, how did you decide. Well, I, there's a school of thought out there in the business where it's like, if somebody gives you something you say, this is great and then you just never do anything with it in the hopes that they go and become big on their own. And remember you as a fan and then maybe do business with you down the road. Yeah. You know, I guess people have like succeeded somewhat by doing that..
"stanley tucci" Discussed on The Incomparable
"And the whole point of Stanley teaches character is to impress upon the people in the in the army that he's not looking for a soldier because what makes a good or earliest he's looking for a different kind of soldier because what makes it good soldier is not. Them being mean or or wanting to fight and be violent and things like that. It's being is decency and heroism and being a good person and that that's the whole point of why he picked Steve is that he sees that Steve, even when he's in ninety. Eight pound weakling is going to stand up for his principles and be a decent person. And in the end, you know, yeah, he's a super soldier and he's got muscles and he can throw a shield and stuff like that. But really the thing about captain America that sets apart as he does the right thing. Like he always says the right thing. He's he's a very honorable person, and that's his most super power. And Chris Evans gets that across. It's really well done. Let's see what else. Stanley Tucci I mentioned, I just wish he'd talk like Ludwig von Drake. The only thing kinda gets to me, they're a bunch of I, I was enjoying Toby Jones's weird, Swiss German accent this time to this is a movie where there are a lot of people doing accents. Let's just say there there are a lot of people doing accents impossible to find any. No, they're not available. Okay. Speaking of which let's about Hugo weaving. He's are bad guy. He's Johann Schmidt, the red skull, we see him for a while looking like a human being. And then later he is like he is in the comic books. Just a guy who's head is a red skull. I mean, it's not just a clever name. That's what he looks like. And I, you know what? I really, I really enjoy Hugo weaving in this movie. He he starts at cartoon nutsy and then cranks it up like ten, not just from there. He fits in with the world that this film takes place in where you know there are Nazis like Evaporating each other over who gets to be Hitler's favourite, and they have souped up limousines and giant tanks that are ten times bigger than any other tank that maybe don't make any sense. So I feel like he his depiction of the red skull fits into the story. This this movie is showing us in the world building pretty solidly this episode of the comparable in our summer of marvel also being brought to you by are awesome friends at ping y. y.'s. Pingtam. Awesome. Ping is awesome because they are the company that helps keep your site and the sites you love alive on the internet online running smoothly. How do they do it?.
Devil Wears Prada: Call me when your life is falling apart then you'll know it's time for a promotion
"What have you gotten store for us this time matt well this week i thought it'd be fun to talk about one of my favorite movies the devil wears prada oh my god i love this so meryl streep is the silver haired monster and right everyone's worst boss and anne hathaway she's just an earnest young aspiring writer just trying to make it in this world matt are we all love that line stanley tucci goes call me when you're life's falling apart then you'll know it's time for promotion i'm glad you've memorized the movie i've got it down pat okay so in this clip andy is interviewing for the job as miranda priestley's assistant and let's just say it's not going well so you don't read runway.
"stanley tucci" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"I stanley tucci is directing debut he stars with a young tony shall lube there are talion brothers the 1950s and they're managing the own a failing restaurant talia italian restaurant failing italian restaurant one across the street doing gangbusters but they're like do unlike americano food there's authentic food today based this whole put everything on this one big night earning at a restaurant credit to show up they're going to get louis prima to show up like the one big night and they make it as one of these tim tim banos wherever bellows at the end dausiwould loved this movie now for that rare compliment bre wait a minute all right there you go make it send me your picture and i'll tell you guys about zoom dot us videoconferencing exchange visits zoom delivers flawless video clear audio in instant charing cross any device desktop laptop tablet or mobile device dazzling hd video 25 people on the screen at once great for business great feta when a travel expense of the hotels and everything share anything from any device word files spreadsheets videos from youtube photos from your phone is absolutely unbelievable technology now this is not what i was talking about with your kids buried in the face all day this is a business tool can save you tons and travel expenses and get some business done and then make your campana that uh we even can set up a green screen create a backdrop of your clients logo or any image you one make it look like you're the ballpark or at the beach it is incredible technology visit zoom dot us that zoom dot us set up your free account that's right it's a free account set it up today at zoom dot us let's do one more all right we'll just to put a finer point on what you just said how often do you eat out every week there are you understand the color remind in the shiite decorating places there's all these cottage industries that.
"stanley tucci" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"Without being like sort of a digestive tract dick you know they they fully kind of undress all the sort of preconceptions you have about the industry in this all being frivolous the concerns of the movie being stupid right but there are also both masterfully fucking deliver but you've got streep and tucci making direct pleas to the audience to care about the move right which is like you're never going to go wrong if you ask those actors to do that yes you could start any movie was stanley tucci being like here's why the stakes of this from her report that that's what he's doing right and it's so good in that moment where he goes like you know how many girls would kill for this job like let's say for instance how many wreck cause them he talks about him so right right and that's your just like suddenly like owed the whole veneer of course these are like real people these aren't just stark like archetype you know kind of like fashion asshole he's a guy who like this was his life this is what saved him is that he found this magazine that's the success of the movie because the moluccas easily just everyone's of ruin marandus the biggest bone of the mall could have been in a row that's why the admit coincides he in my point added are made off linked two benon ramly was that he he's mean but not cruel yet it makes sense like obviously he says a lot of cutting things yet but he never seems have a cruel personality it's what he's like figured out about the character yet without having to do it it he's a brilliant actor amazingly entity uh i'm grasps grasp by the church can we talk about his head move he doesn't less so glad he's got this very specific gesture he does when he's talking when he's on these like long hyper verbal mon along where he like strokes the top of his head he like rubs the top of his head he also has the large ring which i love being a great easy yes.
"stanley tucci" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"She sir it looked like a real so thank you if what was the painkillers i see you now a policeman was to see this painting we've been thrown in jail like that perhaps we should continue nonoil it's all right because all never be able to paint choice a c you sure if of course it's impossible at that was a clip from final portrayed on nazi delights be joined by its writer and director stanley tucci this is the first time we've cia eight with you of you've been in this role of writer director and active military to enjoy more as i get older yeah i do a hair because you don't have to waiting your trailer for similar come and say okay we're ready for him you get to control the time tell me a little bit about this film i'm how would you describe it it's a story of of one guy painting a picture of another guy which i know sounds incredibly gripping but now it's it to me it's a it's a it's a really interesting story about the creative process and about one of the greatest artists of the 20th century it's a wheel lovely expiration in friendship as well i think these are two unlikely people to be friends yeah but the it's wonderful torch unfold the old stretched yeah by one side of it yeah has giacometti was very particular personality and lord was another lord was of sort of very buttoned up moss be kind of guy and giacometti was the opposite i read that you first came across this big that lord rule when you're in your twenty th is that right yeah and what was at bite the big that that stayed with your own i didn't like knighted somethining while have always been interested in art my dad is in our teachers retired art teacher an artist and i know i learned a lot from him and was always fascinated by by our and also the creative process um so when i graduated from uh look service or that i went to prison acting conservatory i start i took some art clashes and i thought i really wanted to go into art instead of.
"stanley tucci" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"I believe the reason i did not have as good a time as others is because i was there to watch a film while others were there for a nightime now i don't think it's who are mutually exclusive but what we had on the evening as a room full of people so far on the night out spectrum that it was impossible to appreciate the film with any coherence mark has alluded to this in the past horror film seemed to attract a type voting to seem determined to make a much noise as much noise as possible i'm convinced some punters are not actually there to watch the film rather they can't quite wait for their quiet tobong as they believe the jumper joint this generates gives them licensed to then talk announce to their friends has scared he just wear the scott discuss what has happened and weight or tell what we think will happen next this inevitably leads to other people thinking this type of behaviour is acceptable in pre senior of a room full of people openly talking playing on their phones on one woman a few seats for me openly watching youtube videos halfway through two officers were called in but had minimal impact on which by that point was a jump scare seeking more i'm sure others have experiences in frustration on i don't know what the solution is for me i think horror films will now have to be enjoyed at unsociable hours or from the comfort of my living room that was like when i went to watch the fast and phillies films ladies just people joining him yale which would open and cheer in in on youtube and for that to remember when to see the line which in the wardrobe in seattle and of all the films you wouldn't think would attract to kind of whooping more other your mary orleans though you're just love starsky and hutch iulian thing when the beavers came on people went up sleeper circuit was extraordinary roy a number one number one another else to say about it is still gataric it is what we call in and edith bowman and for simon a mark on five live stanley tucci has a new film at this week but he's not any.
"stanley tucci" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast
"They're coming to it because michael bay is michael bay right and so what seemed at odds with his style is going back to our theory and legend i gotta say that was a really weird ripple the idea that he was going to incorporate merlin sorcery soared play game of thrones kind of stuff i it may be trendy and other media right now but a just didn't seem like it had any place in this universe there was a cartoon i remember this jerry maybe you can spell it out all does act which about you know that story i think it was mark twain a connecticut yankee and king arthur scwarz i do they had a gap did that for an episode of the transformers cartoon okay that was a little novelty thing they did as a oneoff but again a say that their mission here on earth began with them handing a cyber staff to a very drunk stanley tucci why is it stanley tucci he was the last movie is this what this is going to be used screaming about continuity for five hours yes i do think it is going to be a five hours yes why is it stealing teaching first of all he was unrecognisable to me it wasn't until i left and when i walked into the theater wickham pedia told me tiger recent stanley tucci were in this movie and what i walked out is a tyree had to cancel but steely tucci was somewhere in this movie and i finally found out he was not reprising his role fumble last film but he's muralitharan again it's they like to g can do you know slapstick comedy is someone you would get to play a drunk merlin if if that was the movie were making i don't know why were making this the introduction here at the beginning i mean the message we get we see the paramount logo and flaming catapults flying over the mountain i'm thinking okay well at least is going to be exciting but after a couple.