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"stephen lang" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Byte

Sci-Fi Talk Byte

07:33 min | 11 months ago

"stephen lang" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Byte

"Bite is a new series here on Scifi talk and the sci-fi talk, archive podcast, and so parenting in apocalypse it's it's not the same way that we would do. It's either full interviews or a comment or question from past interviews time. Wise. It's about one to four minutes long on an average probably when you when you live long enough all kinds of strange things happen. You very right in saying that the Greek heroes where the original superheroes. In part because of the nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion. Let's remember Morgan Shepherd from two thousand and nine last time i. saw you was just recently this summer one of the biggest movies the year playing the Vulcan in science minister in Star Trek. Movie very good. I really enjoyed a look story out of real. I thought I thought so too into Craig casting to really could catch I'm. On such session National Center. I thought. I'd some mcchord enjoyed it. I thought I'd like a dementia too on Saturday that. How'd you better cling on automated? Yes and actually for people keeping score that's third time on any form of star. Trek to. So that was nice who worked for the fourth time I missed one. Roy Insurance next on the right next generation x six and snowfall I've done for star trek sick and the title put it that way. There you go. Boy was one of my favorites, Qatar? That was one of my favorite taxes. Yeah. That's great. Series two series. But what were your impressions of of Zachary and how he he did a great job but we Zachary Kito in working with him. Always lovely love concentration focused very serious about what he's doing obviously because there's this huge break sure and he used to be with my agent actually I think. He's he's going my I've been on. I. Work Out of a Boutique Agency. Got The granddad stage or the Korean Air and other main concern about smaller but. Choice that you see that you should. It'll tell me as I got. That was a real juicy one that was actually a moment that people have been talking about in Star Trek for years, and we never saw it on until until that. So that was a big one. Revitalize. The franchise down you absolutely absolutely everyone has the casting was first right right down the line and jj knows what he's doing. You know he really does very clever hooker very, very clever. Man. nobody wants doesn't lying taking his time to do it and get it good. does get. It could actually which is rather slanted now did you notice I mean there was a lot of people trying to get shots of him in makeup and stuff did you notice any of that when you're on the set with him? No I was too busy focusing on what I had to do it because it literally was going to be all be done in one day. And it was on a long lands on he was. Like Hundred yards away. So I never really saw very, very much of that and he was like all directors eat was busy. I had but I was reunited we've been crossed. My right in the scene that's and I go back to. series in Africa Cold Saentis Kika. which he was a star in and I had a better, very nice role. A boar hunters south. African Hunter and there's not that serious. Serious. Yeah, plain cheesy ticket and Ben and I go that far back and so serene re reuniting and a lot of old jokes and. Of course, a lot of old friends gone you know I mean. Sure do unfortunately wait to. Survive fifty one years in the business. which is what uptown I mean. There's a lot of people. Gone you know what I mean. Yeah. We have lost our share unfortunately I'm. Not a lot of equality to. Yes. Yeah. I. It's it is ironic that you know as I mentioned in in the emails. I just got back from Gettysburg and. Had a wonderful time there and Their failure to beat US only I did see he was around but unfortunately, nobody knows they're kind of working on a skeleton crew at this point in time of the year. So, there you know. MASSMART. Oh cool. But what was interesting was there was a killer angels poster that all of you. I still there rather original level exactly and and your gloves that you wore as trimble are also still there so. Yeah Yeah. They actually have in the and remember me and the tavern they have Jeff. Daniels. Is jacket from the film. And also, they also have Stephen Lang, who is an Avatar as his his outfit is picket smart and your gloves are there more cheese had his lead? They actually I think bought the props from From Turner and they put them on display air and it was great to we had our brunch there every morning. And we were literally you can literally see them as you readings and it's kind of Nice. Water shoes I mean. On honor now. You know my first day literally and there's you know marriage and Sam Adams. And the. Apparently. People saying. WHO's saying Trimble? Robinson are. More. Sever. Who? He, he's not even America for God's sake. and. Three takes in the scene and They they all came out and anyone told me give me a hug and was. Welcomes. Welcome to the family. Yeah National. That was one of my favorite. One of my favorite roles all time after cross. Well actually, there was a great scene you had with Martin Sheen where. Everest. Rinsing Site Oh. Yeah, and Can you imagine I'm doing on Margaret a few years later. In Nashville and I'm talking with Dwight Yoakam, you'll be sudden midnight. And this guy young eighty comes up and he says some people don't want to see Mr Ship who in Nashville Down met this charming couple manageable. And he said we dribbling sixty miles to see you Mr Shepherd because we heard you you were doing this moving weaver Barbara I was playing three her Swedish bully of a husband. And Z. said I'm a travel. Wow I know. You said, would you do to speech into much record a police? Remember a what you know. What I mean once over is over. OUT HE D-. He actually looking at the piece of paper he actually started quoting this week. Wow I then remember took. Great actor and his son Mark. Sheppard is a chip off the block as well. Comments or questions or welcome at Sci Fi talk at AOL. Dot Com for bite. This is Tony Tiller..

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"stephen lang" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

11:32 min | 1 year ago

"stephen lang" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"Oh Yeah and the other brings up an interesting conversation to about you know the shift in paradigm that must be going on in network. TV over the last decade decade here is net flicks. Just absolute takes everything over right right all these executives who've been doing things Certain way for many many years and then all all of a sudden now is putting out. Basically the equivalent of Hollywood blockbusters we after week after week not to mention how great their series are. It's is just totally reimagined the whole TV experience and it seems like The networks is starting to get on board with reinvestment. And and not just putting a you know ole another garbage Sitcom on and Canned laughter and just awful awful stuff one after the other. It seems like They're starting to finally get it because they're they're going to be dinosaurs. They're going to be dead before long. If they don't start reinvesting yeah and the reason there's so much stuff on net flicks is is because there's ironically finish this thought is because there's so much bad stuff out there and net flicks. I believe you've in fact I'm almost sure I know this net flicks gobbled up everything. They gobbled up everything and they didn't. They didn't have a bias towards awards. One one subject matter or another is they started buying shows and all kinds of them and with the good came the bad and but and I think they just put everything out there you know they put it all out there and and you I mean you could. You could drive yourself bananas sitting down going okay. I'm going to start start a new series here. What should I watch? And if you're not particular you know from documentaries to crime dramas to do dramas to sports sports stuff. It's just it's unreal. It's unreal what they have there. Nobody isn't attention span anymore too. That's the other advantage that net flicks has the foresight to make really quality programming. That was one thing. But it's always available. The on-demand concept is how the world works now. Like you both have couric's and I'm sure you're like me is like the thing takes about. I don't know forty five to sixty seconds and make a cup of coffee and the second mark. I'm like come on hurry up. We're all just. We need things yesterday and Network TV. Like I'm GonNa wait for the six o'clock news really. I don't know I don't think I'm going to do that. I just got to flip it on on my computer. Whatever or my show the only keeping network? TV alive live television. Like you know. I'm going to tune in at eight o'clock for something it's sports otherwise they got no shot. Yeah you know what else is interesting correct. You don't know what else is totally interesting as I've flipped through facebook and videos all the time you know youtube stuff and now it's gotten gotten to the point where you know I look at how long it is. Okay if something is eight minutes okay not a chance a role right through right if something's three and a half minutes. Maybe maybe I'LL WATCH IT Steve. Okay but my thing is okay. This is forty seconds. It's a minute twenty. It's less less than two minutes. Then I'm in and I think that's an indication of what just what you talked about. I wanted now wanted funny and I wanted you know immediate okay. And I'm on a short and concise to the point and it's not because they got a bunch of Shit to do that that's the way it is everything now for sure and and and it brings up an interesting discussion because I always like to take everybody inside Who are fans of this podcast and and we have? This is really nice like Audience audience of really reliably listening. Type folks. it's great and we have some great patriotic members if you WANNA get on On a membership. It's It's Steve W PROJECT DOT com. You can join membership there but when I say take inside of me. I'm wondering what do you think what is what should the length of a daily podcast be some days as unlike do people appreciate longer because we've gone over an hour with this show before but we've also had shows a short as twenty nine minutes like where do you fall on that. Well you know some of the greatest time ever had in radio You know sort of out of left field or whatever what we thought would be just a you know a one off or something. We had to cover because it was in the news. Some of the best stuff became key. Sort of came out of nowhere and this lively discussion was created out of the the issue. Whatever it was us and you end up going again this man you know because you know in radio one of the we're we're going to go another segment with this but in radio? They're they're they're not big on that that right. I remember when I sat down and radio. How does this all work and and may who you know who's totally educated about it? Of course it's it's his life blood Radio Radio and he said look at the audiences coming in every eight to ten minutes right in more particularly morning radio mid day a little less but they get in their car. They're driving ten minutes to work or they're in front of the radio whether eating their breakfast in the morning then changes and and some are in eight summer in at nine summer in at seven picture. How soap you gotTa Bang this shit out you know? And you've got to repeat it right constantly. resetting for the New People that are coming in. Yeah and and even you no when I said I went in one day and when when I was new and I said really the time the time in the weather mark we have to do this every ten admits and fog patches. Like can't people just see that anyway. Okay with he said it's the number one and two and three things that the people want is the time and the weather right. Oh so but the best shows were when you you say should it be an hour or half hour depends on what the topic is you know depends on where it goes because you get you get a feeling right if you're onto something Just just as the opposite occurs. Let's get out of this. It's going nowhere you know And I'm game to talk more about taint guards because I thought that was you got to bring that up. You know you gotta bring it up the other thing. Stevie is of course the social media. Here's the thing. I've got a bit of bit of thing today again. I got an a slight the thing on twitter right. I you know a couple months ago gotten something I regretted it was. I hate trolled all that Shit. I just saw that. Yeah that was so today. I'm flipping through through my twitter. I looked to see what we can talk about. And I read this horrendous tweet from a woman who starts off saying here. Let me tell you about my son. He he missed my husband's birthday. And then this year he promised he would make it for Christmas and it just dropped my husband a text on Christmas on boxing day. Okay and so thanks a lot son. You are a see see blank blank. t what the mother said. Yeah right right so I'm looking at this thing I'm going Oh my God you know and whip post right away. I don't. I don't often respond to sort of sensitive shit you know but I'm going. This is crazy you know when I and I put up there maybe maybe the family issues should be kept private. That's all I said. I didn't call her mother and say anything like that. Steve I said I don't like the people fighting their battles on facebook with family stuff. I just it's just unfair. It's unfair to everyone involved and and it tells me a lot about you if you want to take this thing and put it and you got three thousand followers or five hundred or whatever and call your son that maybe he is. Maybe isn't so you just never know what's going on inside people's Stephen this so I said you maybe shouldn't do that. You know I'm just wondering if family issues should be kept private. Okay Stephen Lang okay. The the most responses I've I've had instantly and everyone every one of those responses with with the exception of one was. Why don't you mind your effing business you you piece of Shit? PR's was the best one that was called Stevie Pinson and you're GonNa call me that North You you've seen ours and shut your mouth and you know why don't don't you. Just go away. And Stop with your whatever's on your high horse who made you chief Jim and all this shit right and aw I said I responded to a couple of people saying hey it was just my opinion and dot apparently not as strong as your opinion right right and there were a couple of bands back and forth. I didn't want to get right into it right and in the end someone said why don't you mind Your Business and my response to that. Steve is first of all. You can't tell people on twitter to not have an opinion. That's all twitter is. That's all social media's right Steve Inviting it when you put something out like that exactly. Steve and I said for someone to tell me who put that postal forget the content of the Post. Okay but who put a post stop you you respond to it one way or the other and they come back and go. Oh Yeah Mind Your Business if people want to mind your business then. Don't put your business up on twitter. A million percent. Yeah I totally agree And they'll do and once you've lost in what you've thrown that word out in relation nation to a human being that you gave birth to. You're going to throw that word out about that. Even if everything has gone really really badly from a social social perspective and your relationship with the child or adult whatever he is I don't know like that's just completely unacceptable to me and I have no patience and and no sympathy for anybody like that right. I gotTA give a shout. I began to think God I read this wrong like not one was. I agreed you write. It was pretty soft thing I said you know maybe keep your shit to yourself but I said it nicely keep your and there was only one guy thinks from auto by town Blaine. WHO said so? This lady calls her son that word. And now gyms the bad guy and I said thank God Blaine. They thought it was. You know what's what's this. All this is made up up of. I just don't know how again the content that thing that people are reacting to. You have out her mom you you tell them. It's like one of these things where it's like you know I if he's randomly go into somebody's house and start giving them advice on. You know what you're saying that that's one thing where you could say. Yes you know. Stay out of a gym. Mind Your Own Business Jim but right by very nature of that that opening salvo that that the woman women had she's effectively saying what do you guys think of this thing that's happening in my life right now. Maybe you WANNA keep that to yourself a little right. You know or or this thing where people we'll tell you to shut up and keep your you know you don't know what you're talking about and all the shit rates just ludicrous. It's ludicrous that these people are tap tapping that shit out not realizing they're they're typing on.

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"stephen lang" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"stephen lang" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"Nothing. About her makes you think like damn I wanna see what happens I want her to win. And nothing about you. We think Dan, this guy's really bad like you. So like scary, whatever the one character. I did find various scary shrike who's played by our boy Stephen Lang. Shaw. He so he in I'm ex was fucking horrifying that scream echoes through the the entire fucking theater in. It was very scary. I think he was probably one of the more interesting characters of it. But I think also this may be movie sort of suffered from get conflicting vision because as much as our boy Peter Jackson wants to say this wasn't esteem on will the steam punk movie. Like, it just was a steam punk. You can't have guns and swords and shit like that fine around with like modern, conveniences and technology without calling the steam pumping. It looked like fucking the ever ever played the game fable tro. Yes, it looked fabled. Isn't it? That's a loop at the world their existing. It's it's definitely steam punk. I mean, it's definitely steam book. Anytime you have a situation that has mixed tech. But she here tech a billion times old tech. Yeah. Yeah. You just gotta have old tech nixed with like stuff that shouldn't be invented yet. Somehow still works this mega weapon built upon like. M two processor that they? I don't know. Yeah. But shrike shrike was very good. I thought I thought that character played by Stephen lying narrow boy. Our boy Stephen Lang looked really cool, but the going back to the main characters motivation is at her mom was killed by the bad guy. Every fucking final fancy video game. It's ever been created. It's just it's just not enough. I think so another thing in here that Rian was the b plot for Valentine's daughter in the mechanic, whatever's names, which is very didn't get resolved. They didn't go back to that. At all at any point to be like. Yeah, this is why this was important to the plot. Like, it didn't matter and they devoted probably at least twenty minutes of screen time to the to them. And it didn't matter to pot at all. And Robert she hand played a NATs worthy. Just a complete non factor to the plot. Like, he also just served. No, purpose, really British guy. That's literally all he was to make British men. British Museum, dude. He was nothing. The one person I did find area. Awesome. Was that outlaw Anna thing? I thought she was pretty cool pudding city was the one of the better parts in the movie visually engines in terms of the action set pieces, I do want to add I love the go back to tropes a lot because I'm thinking about because like why? Has a lot of them. I mean, just a lot of them because we're not really the intended audience for this movie. And that's fine. But I would say it's one no more so something like maze runner. Yes. Absolutely. Or divergent, which I think is like tiered younger kids like, that's that's Trohpy as all get out. But I always love a good like leader fuck in just chilling everyone out and then the door closes behind him moment where everyone just turns on him. Yeah. One of those weird gun. Do you know that role was built for the Hilo weaving role should have had that who take one while guest should be playing that villain? Andy sandberg. Or boy, our boy men. No, he should have been in that. Yes. That's way of Menda. And no. But they're they're they're on two different lanes right now and their career. I could not disagree more Hugo weaving his way of this, dude. Played L Ron Mendel played like was playing what AGIP addiction vice presidents and shit in like Moses exodus cotton kings..

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"stephen lang" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"stephen lang" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"Nothing. About her makes you think like damn I wanna see what happens I want her to win. And nothing about you. We think Dan, this guy's really bad like you. So like scary, whatever the one character. I did find various scary shrike who's played by our boy Stephen Lang. Shaw. He so he in I'm ex was fucking horrifying that scream echoes through the the entire fucking theater in. It was very scary. I think he was probably one of the more interesting characters of it. But I think also this may be movie sort of suffered from get conflicting vision because as much as our boy Peter Jackson wants to say this wasn't esteem on will the steam punk movie. Like, it just was a steam punk. You can't have guns and swords and shit like that fine around with like modern, conveniences and technology without calling the steam pumping. It looked like fucking the ever ever played the game fable tro. Yes, it looked fabled. Isn't it? That's a loop at the world their existing. It's it's definitely steam punk. I mean, it's definitely steam book. Anytime you have a situation that has mixed tech. But she here tech a billion times old tech. Yeah. Yeah. You just gotta have old tech nixed with like stuff that shouldn't be invented yet. Somehow still works this mega weapon built upon like. M two processor that they? I don't know. Yeah. But shrike shrike was very good. I thought I thought that character played by Stephen lying narrow boy. Our boy Stephen Lang looked really cool, but the going back to the main characters motivation is at her mom was killed by the bad guy. Every fucking final fancy video game. It's ever been created. It's just it's just not enough. I think so another thing in here that Rian was the b plot for Valentine's daughter in the mechanic, whatever's names, which is very didn't get resolved. They didn't go back to that. At all at any point to be like. Yeah, this is why this was important to the plot. Like, it didn't matter and they devoted probably at least twenty minutes of screen time to the to them. And it didn't matter to pot at all. And Robert she hand played a NATs worthy. Just a complete non factor to the plot. Like, he also just served. No, purpose, really British guy. That's literally all he was to make British men. British Museum, dude. He was nothing. The one person I did find area. Awesome. Was that outlaw Anna thing? I thought she was pretty cool pudding city was the one of the better parts in the movie visually engines in terms of the action set pieces, I do want to add I love the go back to tropes a lot because I'm thinking about because like why? Has a lot of them. I mean, just a lot of them because we're not really the intended audience for this movie. And that's fine. But I would say it's one no more so something like maze runner. Yes. Absolutely. Or divergent, which I think is like tiered younger kids like, that's that's Trohpy as all get out. But I always love a good like leader fuck in just chilling everyone out and then the door closes behind him moment where everyone just turns on him. Yeah. One of those weird gun. Do you know that role was built for the Hilo weaving role should have had that who take one while guest should be playing that villain? Andy sandberg. Or boy, our boy men. No, he should have been in that. Yes. That's way of Menda. And no. But they're they're they're on two different lanes right now and their career. I could not disagree more Hugo weaving his way of this, dude. Played L Ron Mendel played like was playing what AGIP addiction vice presidents and shit in like Moses exodus cotton kings..

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"stephen lang" Discussed on About to Review

About to Review

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"stephen lang" Discussed on About to Review

"Letter grades. No stars. No, nothing like that. The choice are good bad or ugly. Simply put a good film of something. You would recommend to. Friend bad film of something. You did not regret sitting in the theater for two hours. But not something you would recommend ugly. Avoid at all costs my official rating. For mortal engines, I'm going to give it a bad because I was just confusing entire time. There's really really cool moments. Your boy, Tim Stephen Lang who has still feel like should have been cable. Josh Brolin was great. But Stephen Lang looks like cable like without like Josh Brolin had to get big to become Gable? Stephen Lang soon as we saw an avatar Erlich. Hey, look cable is on screws. The blind. Don't breathe. Yeah. The sequel coming out our really that he was getting dumbly like he's still alive. Yeah. So I mean, he looks he has been that big for a while. And was like Jason momoa a lot of the actors. We have to get into these roles memo has looked like this or ten years or longer. Yeah. So, but yes, Stephen Lang is in this as a really cool character shrike, but that plotline mix. No sense. Yeah. So we'll talk about it off my BMI. Fish writing is bad. I enjoyed parts production. Design was beautiful the scores. Really nice. I was just confused. So. Moving on to the the movie that also actually real quick back to mortal engines, I feel like this movie because of the next two movies. We're going to be talking about Moreland if it had come out three weeks earlier or three weeks later would have done pretty well when it came out with Bumblebee aquaman, Mary Poppins returns. So many movies coming out it is. Yeah. Into the spider verse. Like, this movie is immortal engines currently is on track to lose a hundred million dollars. That's really sad. It is because it is everything and Tim talks about all the time because of his past theater experience comes down to theater spec. Literal. Literal theater space. Yeah. Downtown at regal Meridian ten or what do they call? It. Is it sixteen or ten sixteen sixteen? I worked. They only have sixteen screens with all these movies coming out in December. They are not going to have the screen space. Right. So three weeks earlier around thanksgiving when the kids are off school take them three weeks later in January when nothing is coming out. Right, right. Go forth with their. Yep. Yep. So moving onto the next movie, the aforementioned Bumblebee Bumblebee, I'm using Bumblebee will be is kind of a reboot Yoda definitely removal to the transformer series via once new Michael Bay's, no longer, directing the film. Thank goodness story follows B's be one twenty-seven is be one twenty one twenty seven who is the name bumble bee is after a war on cyber Tron ghost is sent to earth by Optimus prime to set up base for the resistance. Sounds familiar before setting up based on the alien planet for resistance and. To help fight this up the cons, and he ends up meeting. This young girl becomes like his best friend, and he has memory loss who doesn't remember anything. And we see why he cannot talk and all of them are y losses voice and annoyed this up conscio- up, and they trick the US military service in the Bumblebee is a fugitive and help capture him. And so the the fight to the fight on an exchange for helping them capture the fugitive they will lend their technology to us. Yeah. Spoiler alert any alien species that comes down to earth saying we just want to share technology. We're unless they are Volkan get out of their help us help you. Yeah. That's the movies, which is bumble bee on earth with a girl, you know, who's needs in need of a friend and they finish other now. Nineteen eighty seven eighty seven years. We'll be and what was great. So definitely I mean, this is legitimately a reboot. 'cause timid I after talking about one of the worst movies of all time transformers the last night lousy moves bad. We saw pictures a movie in World War One. And then there Anthony Hopkins is like he's been around for hundreds of years. They were just doing this on the law. And it was like we're gonna see, but we'll be helping a Harriet Tubman underground railroad. So we had no idea with this one where they were going to go. They start almost right away..

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"stephen lang" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"stephen lang" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Most interesting aspects that it has offer which is like these cool production design elements, and the whole rest of it is just a mishmash of really really basic garbage action template stuff if feels like it was written by an algorithm or something. It's there's no heart. There's no there's nothing interests. There's nothing even like, even the the central concept from all the trailers of the city's eating each other. That happens one time in the opening scene. And that's it. And it's like. This was it's a huge huge disappointment. So I would recommend that everyone. Stay as far away as possible. Mortal engines house, even lying because I come up front and say like visit the set for slash last year. And it was really impressive set. Lots of massive things. I saw had a good time to visit everybody working movies with very nice. But this is my what you're describing is my concern walking away that it was gonna be a huge mess that didn't quite come together. But even laying plays a mummy, assassins, how back it's even mommy assassin. So the thing about that is that character is beyond terrible in every like in execution and design and everything like he is like you say as zombie mummy assassin. And you would assume that there'd be something interesting about that. But it's it's like a terrible performance. And it's like so Stephen Lang is completely unrecognizable in it. And that's because I guess he was doing motion capture stuff on the set. But they end. Not even using that. And and instead used it more as reference instead of actual performance capture. So it doesn't look like Stephen Lang. And it's not like, you know, like Josh Brolin's fan. Like, you can clearly tell that that's part of Josh Brolin's face is in that character. You can see the Breuil in his among and stuff like that. This is not that. I mean, they used some Stephen Lang's facial. They put dots on his face. I guess logged all of his facial expressions and stuff like that. But but it doesn't come through. It doesn't translate into the actual character. As like. Oh, yeah. Watching an actor play this guy. It's a man it is like sometimes I say the word wolf when I see a bad movie, and I can't bark loudly enough at this move that mortal engines, just a men, it's it's an abomination well this Muko alike. Whenever I want to set. Visit always feel like for those guys 'cause you people say making a movie you meet two people working hard. And I was rooting hard for mortal engines, even as the year went on realizing, oh, real not marketing this oh traders are bad. Why are the showing things what's going on as I going increasingly less optimistic and man like you have? Well, that's what I feared. And I feel really bad for everybody who I've met on that set because who. Yeah. And like, Peter Jackson and Fran Walsh. And Philip abortions the team who wrote the Lord of the rings movies wrote the script here. And I mean, I've not read the original book. So I can't speak to that. But the script is really awful. And it is. I mean, I'm right there with Jacob. I was actually kind of looking forward to this. Because I felt like there is the opportunity for it to be really fun. Like, a almost like a like a witch hausky type of movie and some of the shots from the trailers gave me that impression. Like, there's. Airships and stuff. It seemed like something almost out of cloud. Atlas like the futuristic session of cloud. Atlas and I love that movie. And I was kind of hoping that that this film would be fun in that way. And it is the which always are using action and effects and all that stuff to explore fem- and characters and this movie the theme is just. Well, I I don't wanna give anything away. But it is just a man. It's so basic and so on inspired. I it's yeah. It's just a disaster movie. So I was very disappointed with moral engine. That sounds just pointing. You know, judging by the trailer, the only thing that seemed of interest to me was really the world building. But you have not given me any confidence in that. It's worth seeing the movie for that alone. Yeah. It's not like sometimes characters will just be like, oh, this reminds me of the the great hills of Abar, non or something..

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"stephen lang" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"stephen lang" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"Fallen was on TV this weekend, and I was home alone. And I watched a little bit of that. And the I forgot how fast editing how quickly that movie was edited that scene where he arrives on the college campus in comes into his room. And it's like, boom, boom, it's like Aaron Sorkin type rip off and he gets introduced to his conspiracy theory roommates and his mom takes like a pot, brownie or whatever happens within two minutes of each other. If like twenty minutes screen time. I forgot about that. We did. Sorry. We're the Trenton has big balls and Gionta to- mentions the big fucking nuts on the trend Did you see where. where? Meghan, Meghan, FOX like you. See the news Shiloh buff. No, I didn't yet. Dated during a they had a relationship during transformers. So this movie was not all for not YouTube, beautiful souls. He was it was actually offer nut. I was going at different direction. I was gonna say to beautiful souls whose whose bodies and minds intertwined for brief moment while making great art. There's nothing better than that. Also sex. You don't know that? That's true. You don't know that Shiloh could've just been like he's like I'm on the sixty day like absence cleanse, you wanna watch me work out. Style. God Shiloh above shout out failing upwards. Yeah. Quick hitters. Let's see we have one two three four six quick hitters if you don't want to say anything about it. You can say passed, but I might overrule you forced you to comment. Mortal engines, the look of the villain is revealed. Play by Stephen Lanc trill, you have to comment on this. Because you wanna see mortal engines, you can defer to Ken, Jack, they go I go I can to Anita look at picture. Stephen Lang also got shot with arrows and came back in the end of immature. So knows maybe Bush plays a normal characters. Now we liked him in. What was it? Don't breath. Yeah. Big fan. I like Stephen Lang. That's so annoying. His avatar characters. Not dead. Wasn't. He the general tip, prototypical, bad guy. Name is channel with a Q. Right. I forget what Scarface. Yeah. Quinlan or something. I don't know. What is he? This guy's green is. Yeah. Yeah. Did he looks like he looks like the villain in a PlayStation two video. You look like the villain from the T J Miller villain from ready player. One. That Dylan was like gigantic. Yes, it's like guilty thing. He looks like the doctor doom from the fantastic four reboot. He kind of like that. Doctor doom is like TJ Miller's gigantic Hokka the villain thing. Also had green eyes in was drying in smoky in skeleton. Maybe I whatever this this movie is still looks great to me. I am not mad is looking this. Stephen Lang played Colonel miles corrige porridge. The fact you were even close incredible. I gotta make avatar my new expert category in biggest through sticking. It. Sounds like core. Did you see that PSA from Tom Cruise and Chris mcquarry today? S smoothing something I didn't even know existed. But now fucking ate it with my life. Yeah. PSA turn it off and on my TV's. Yeah. I'm super against it. Now. I got a ribbon on my car. He. Yeah. It's a great PSA. It's on our Twitter. They talk about the best way not just to watch mission impossible fallout, but which should be nominated for Golden Globe, by the way should be nominated. Just throwing that out there. Fucking awesome movie. They're saying that you gotta turn most this motion blur off on your TV to make sure that movies you watch. Or are seeing the way they're meant to be seen. It's it's pretty it's I watched them like while. I learned something new. I fucking know that at all do they should have partnered with physio or something like and also by new TV that doesn't even have it on..

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"stephen lang" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"stephen lang" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"The fallen was on TV this weekend, and I was home alone. And I watched a little bit of that. And the I forgot how fast editing or how quickly that movie was edited that scene where he arrives on the college campus in comes into his room. And it's like, boom, boom, it's like Aaron Sorkin type rip off and he gets introduced to his conspiracy theory roommates and his mom takes like a pot, brownie or whatever happens within two minutes of each other. If felt like twenty minutes screen time. I forgot about that. We did. Sorry. We're the Trenton has big balls and Gionta to- mentions the big fucking nuts on the trend Did you see where. where? Meghan, Meghan, FOX like you. See the news Shiloh buff. No, I didn't yet. Dated during a they had a relationship during transformers. So this movie was not all for not YouTube, beautiful souls. He was it was actually offer nut. I was going at different direction. I was gonna say to beautiful souls whose whose bodies and minds intertwined for brief moment while making great art. There's nothing better than that. Also sex. You don't know that? That's true. You don't know that Shiloh could've just been like he's like I'm on the sixty day like absence cleanse, you wanna watch me work out. Style. God Shiloh above shout out failing upwards. Yeah. Yeah. Quick hitters. Let's see we have one two three four six quick hitters if you don't want to say anything about it. You can say passed, but I might overrule you forced you to comment. Mortal engines, the look of the villain is revealed. Play by Stephen Lank. Trill you have to comment on this. Because you wanna see mortal engines, you can defer to Ken, Jack, they go I go I can lead to a need to look at picture. Stephen Lang also got shot with arrows and came back in the end of immature. So knows maybe plays a normal characters. Now we liked him in. What was it? Don't breath. Yeah. Big fan. I like Stephen Lang. That's so annoying. His avatar characters. Not dead wasn't the general tip, prototypical, bad guy. Name is channel with Q. Right. I forget what Scarface. Yeah. Quinlan or something. I don't know. What is he? This guy's green is. Yeah. Yeah. Did he looks like he looks like the villain in a PlayStation two video. You look like the villain from the T J Miller villain from ready player. One. Oh that Dylan was like gigantic. Yes. It's like guilty thing. He looks like the doctor doom from the fantastic four reboot. He kind of like that. He's more like doctor is like TJ Miller's gigantic Hokka the villain thing. Also had green is in was drying in smoky in skeleton. Maybe I whatever this. This movie is still looks great to me. I am not mad is looking this. Stephen Lang played Colonel miles chorus chorus. The fact you were even close incredible. I gotta make avatar my new expert category in through sticking. It sounds like core. Did you see that PSA from Tom Cruise and Chris mcquarry today? Yeah. Smoothing something I didn't even know existed. But now fucking ate it with my life. Yeah. PSA turn it off and on my TV's. Yeah. I'm super against it. Now. I got a ribbon on my car. He. Yeah. It's a great PSA. It's on our Twitter. They talk about the best way not just to watch mission impossible fallout, but which should be nominated for Golden Globe, by the way should be nominated. Just throwing that out there. Fucking awesome movie. They're saying that you gotta turn most this motion blur off on your TV to make sure that movies you watch. Or are seeing the way they're meant to be seen. It's it's pretty it's I watched them like while. I just learned something new. I fucking know that at all do they should have partnered with physio or something like and also by new TV that doesn't even have it on..

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"stephen lang" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"stephen lang" Discussed on Channel 33

"Uses the iphone ten true depth camera to map and measure, key facial features using their measurements. Find your fit recommends approximately twelve or reporter frames that are likely the best fit for your face. I use this process. It is seamless and takes only a few seconds, check it out. Okay. Now back to my interview with like Barunholtz. I want to send a quick shot to other actors one. There's a little bit of a John showman happening my God, and he's really, really funny in this movies he searching by like, did. Yeah, it was great, really good, really, really awesome. The other person is Billy Magnusson who's like now with a little bit of thing and is amazing in your should be thing. He should be a movie star. I think he is feels like it, right? Yeah. So that part of the cast really is basically just my family, and then there's two guys at show up from the CPU which is basically my version of what if this mandate was put into place or they're the suggestion was put in place who would enforce it. So this is basically like version of like ice for lack of a better comp and and I knew right away I to John show new. I want to show I've known show for a long time. I have always just thought he is one of the most watchable actors grant and there's something in real life. He's like the nicest guy, but even on camera that just that just drips off of him, he's just nice, and I really wanted the character of Peter to be like nice civil servant, whose kind of mixed up in the news at the wrong place at the wrong time and and so show. And he came on board. Right away and we couldn't believe it'd be joined us and he just so good the movie. But for the other part of the part of Mason who's for lack of better with the bad guy of the movie, I'd say that that part went through a big evolution. You know, initially when I wrote it, it was a older guy. It was in my mind like Michael Rooker or Stephen Lang. Sure, tough oil, angry, white guy. Then Charlottesville happened and you know, I will never forget watching footage with that night. And I'm, I think I said to my wife, I said these kids, these are all young young guys minute very quickly. The whole concept of the character change and went from being an instead of being like an aggrieved old ex cop. He's a young guy, and so there was a couple names floating around, but early on someone, someone pitched Billy Magnusson who I'd seen I, I'd see them in like boardwalk empire on that and. Did you know using the big big short hit? Little thing is great as Kato kaylin, but I, I loved his look. He's got that blonde hair, blue eyed and the character is not like a white nationalist, but he someone who probably knows why nationalists and I met with him. He's a, he's a real Acura knows real New York theater actor. And you know, he, we talked a minute or so, and you know, broke down the character and you know really got into kind of his backstory of why he so angry and and why he's relishing this, this power he has and the growth that he'll kind of go through a little bit and he was on board and he really blew everyone away. I couldn't believe what he looked like when he showed up because he's very handsome. Yeah, he looks like shit my movie. He looks unhealthy. He's got that awful mustache like bad spiked hair, and he really like case one of those transformer type guy. He's really, really good. I think he's going to jump out to people when they see it. Let's talk a little..

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"stephen lang" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

Inappropriate Earl

05:08 min | 3 years ago

"stephen lang" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

"But I guess in the technical sense, Stephen Lang, Tom Noonan bar, character actors. Also. I mean, it's a very snobby dismissive term because I would. I would give you an example. I would say strictly speaking, Gene Hackman is a character actor. Oh, we just say, gene hack. We just did this. We might have to switch tapes again. Because. You're right. I mean, because he's in that weird. From a visual perspective, he's not good looking to be a leading man, although he walked, oh, as an actor, he could French connection top-five actor of all time, the conversation, the Poseidon adventure exactly. The point is he was always. To use that term character actor which is used. Frankly, gone negative competition basically saying you can only do this and I don't think Gene Hackman is any less versatile. His example always give is any less versatile or more versatile than Emma Thompson, who's much lauded as this Shakespearean. Frankly, her character being just pretty much the same Rangers. Gene Heineman. I mean, I always when you talk about acting ability, you could put Gene Hackman in porky's for. Yeah, and it would be good. Yes. Nothing against pork is three, but a little Ron. Yeah, but he's like probably one of my favorite movies of his is, you know, is Patrick swayze's first movie, I believe maybe outsiders was, but this may be the worst. Second was a warm Lovie called uncommon valor, never seen it. I mean, you know, when you started this podcast, an hour or so ago, then I'll just ask him some standard questions about working with Doug and stand up, and now we're talking about uncommon Val. I mean. I. I love film first and foremost, okay, artistically in terms of the world I live in, I caucus with comedians. I'm like Bernie Sanders or whatever. I should've caucus, but you know what I mean? Like I, there's there. There is new greater bunch of people to hang out with than comedians. Phil stop. I agree because we are. We are the new voices of the world. Then of the day. Comedians are fun. That's. Well. Like the end of the world podcast, so graciously had me involved. Although you're the shove me on the stage. I was so scared. I've never been so scared in my life. I done comedy for twenty years in part of my training in the jungles the I ten were playing the worst room. Spas -able is my nerves are pretty calm. Not many gigs I'm going to be scared to do just because I've done so many bad ones. But when you sat there and said, I'll never forget this and you probably might not even remember this. You grab me in the hallway, the comedy store and said, go on there right now. We need some new blood and I'm like, oh, I, I'd rather just watch. Now for those of you who don't know what the end of the world podcast was. It might have been the greatest collection of talent that I have ever. Been not just on a stage with, but in a room with you had on one stage one stage builder, Doug Stanhope. Burke Kreischer Russell Peters, Joe Rogan, Joe Rogan. I mean, Morgan Murphy, Morgan Murphy. Sarah Tana, Tony Hinchcliffe Russell Peters Russell Peters? Jim Jefferies Brennan Walsh. And also it was also it was like it was that. It was total eclipse of election all on stage live as this most. Awesome. Meaning of the word also election result to place. I mean, yes, for those it was November sixteenth twenty sixteen. It was the the night of the election Trump Clinton and. We did it end of the world podcast which was a sold out main room. I mean, beyond sold out, it was on it..

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"stephen lang" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

Inappropriate Earl

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"stephen lang" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

"I think he says one word like driver's license, and they show him looking at the driver's license and it's just that quick scene of he looks back up Val Kilmer like is this really you? Because it's obviously a fake driver's license because he didn't, you know, by the stuff. There's so many things like that and heat where it made the move. Yes, exactly. His ability to capture these tiny again. It's interesting. You see, he looks back up because in my head I've always thought that scene with Izzy as I know him where volcano more Hannover's license. And I've always thought he doesn't even look at him. He kind of like erases his head, but he's got his thick bottle glasses. And it's basically showing the buying this shit is easy. Yeah, but it such like most people who aren't like film buffs like you and I are meaningless saying he probably the need that scene necessarily in a two and a half hour movie, but they kept it in there. Another one moment. Again, we're talking like little moments. I love. Okay. I'll tell you this other woman. My favorite. Is one of the greatest lines like David Mamat delivered when David mama was great. A David Mamat of dialogue followed by one of these movements which is after the unsuccessful Ambrish organized by William factor. And so Robert deniro has almost been killed by William Faulkner who's the Bank manager at the star of the dark Knight and. He calls them up and they have an exchange and William fighting says, VO Famer he's he say, who am I talking to? And then deniro says, who am I talking to? You're talking? I'm talking to an empty phone fighting are goes, why? 'cause there's a dead man the end of this line and he a push the phone Dr in slums, darn, having threatened fighting with death and what they do. Then this brilliant is he just cut back to fight nervous office looking at Henry role. Just like staring in shock and the hold for just that second in most editors view too long, and it's brilliant. I mean, that's why. It's it's his masterpiece the Michael Mann masterpiece, and it rarely gets talked about, like, you know, some of his maybe bombs, you know, you had a few stinkers, doesn't make that black hat. Well, I mean, my, I love Michael man. I am a Michael Mann guy. Yeah. But that Miami vice movie was horrific. P. oh yeah, yeah. Well, listen, you know, we're going on so long that we have to pause the podcast to switch out the tapes. So I'm pretty skilled at doing this now. So just remember, we're talking about Michael Mann's Miami vice the movie, and we'll be back in two seconds. We are back. We took a little break, so we covered off Andrew. Cle-. Andrew clay would get breaking into Tom Noonan ill. We covered Izzy for Miami vice. Now if you're really into Michael man, he also did a movie called band of the hand. What? Oh my God, it's is. He's in a. A lot of the band of the hand, it's I want, I forget the let me look it up. It's something where Stephen Lang who might once again, Michael man us, he was the DA in crime story. He takes five people from youth home and they live in the jungles of the Bahamas and it's just it's a teenage angst. Lord of the flies ish was like this guru to them, and he's trying to teach them how to be better humans and all this and to the hand with Stephen Lang. The black actor who was in colors. It's a great cast, and I think as he was in it for is he had a cameo in. It goes back to Michael man using same people, and he also used is e for one quick scene in crime store..

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"stephen lang" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"stephen lang" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Yeah, I feel like all movies to a sequence like that. It's like, you know, to fan fair whatever the fans, but it was. It was. It was excellent. He pulled the pulled it off perfectly, really felt like I was watching the video game. That's great. At the same time, I was like, I don't know cheese, MO. It is definitely a little bit on the cheesy side. But yeah, I mean, I, I was surprised they actually pulled it off and it makes me wanna go on like YouTube or something and see how they tried to do in the two movie because it must have been so bad how it's so bad. It's just like you have to watch it. It's so so bad. Gun gun and the BF g right, of course. Like just like it's so it's so bad. I think they're, they are still making Duke nukem movie. Do you think they're gonna try to do it again in that. So, well, if they're smart, they don't go down. I do converse smart. They can't. Well to nukem though is one of the few video games that actually like it should be stupid in the film, right? It should be ridiculous. Over the top cursing, sexist, everything. It's got a wreck and might work because it's Duke nukem, but I imagine it's like everything else going to be pretty bad. It's really strange. It's like an especially in this time and everything like me too, and everything. It's like, I just don't see how they're going to release a Duke nukem movie now, like I think they've really missed their window twenty year. Hey, do you think that here's a question. Do you think that now that they have the fan film, it's totally like for small curse in your podcast? Yes, you may. Okay, thanks. It's totally like fucked the future charter film because because I think it's a Spiderman Tom Holland was that's the rumor right that he's that's who's going to play a younger. Nathan, Drake, I gotta tell you. I think this may have screwed that I'm really interested. Yeah. I mean, I don't. No, I don't know if it would if it would renew interest in it or if it would take. Yeah, like take it away because it's like, oh, this is the one we all wanted. And here we go, we got it. Why do we need a movie now and well or this is I. Well, I wanna see. We've talked about this. I wanna see more. I was actually in this movie dude. It was the ending that got me excited. I wanna see whether going, I wanted to see next. I was really studied for that part. So I was like God, I wish they could just scrap the movie. Go to net flicks work with naughty dog work with Sony, whatever, and do this as a like a thirteen part. You know what I mean? Like just do. It is episode. Totally could too, and it's like it doesn't like if it was like a ten episode thing, like they would need big set pieces and like the rest of it though the rest of it, they could pull off pretty cheap. I think you know, like escaping from being tied up places and stuff. And I mean, yeah, have to as as good as it looked, they'd have to refill like to troop pilot, full budget episode. But I mean, it's I, the casting was dude. I think everybody was made like Stephen Lang is sully as well all my and I never would've magic. Never uphold it off. So, well. Off so. Well. I mean, he is like, I can't imagine he knew anything about uncharted. I never like just watched. Some of this game play mimic was mimicked whoever it was playing solely in the video game. He did a really good. Yeah. What would your next puzzle fees? I mean, I wanted to be like really oven garden out there, but the truth matter is raiders right? Raiders lost ark, not the other Indian Jones. I think out of all of them that version of Indiana Jones, the wise cracking like kind of flies by the seat of his pants. He hasn't really like I feel like actually, Nathan Fillion said like the reason that he enjoys playing Drake is because he's not the guy you'd really wanna bring an emergency situation is not like the the trust..

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"stephen lang" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"stephen lang" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"Maybe that's why kubrick would only work on uh or adapt films from previous works because he could sit down and he could read as he said he would read a novel if he could do or two or three hours he understood with narrative was and if you're writing original screenplay it it it sometimes you in ought to understand if it's really a story worth telling my second from out of the furnace was very very personal film but then you make that film and you say god is in my really want to see this and live in this world so it's it's tough it's always a struggle i think trying to find that balance between being both a writer and director and it's one that even as i'm watching this film from the back of this theater watching it last night you're always saying in my articulating by conveying the emotions that i wanted to convey am i ever being heavyhanded in these moments in you know really decide yourself about denounce denouncing off of in this film specifically what performances pulled you away from your original intent what actors where did you back end where'd you change well interestingly starting with crazy heart my first film i tend to in this can be very dangerous i tend to right with actors in mind i wrote crazy heart for jeff bridges and i'd never met jeff and i wasn't going to say no until jeff said no and it took about a year really immunised since the screenplay off to jeff and and i didn't hear anything for a year and then eventually got this call us at a jeff registering played really likes it so then i wrote out of the furnace for christian bail and then i wrote this for him so so generally i also wrote it for west duty police yellow hawk and i wrote a for cory on culture the three of them were in the new world turns malik film together i wrote for stephen lang and bill campbell rory cochran jesse plemmons all the actors i wrote with them in mind much like i didn't black mass known furnace and that helps.

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"stephen lang" Discussed on Hollywood And Crime

Hollywood And Crime

02:43 min | 4 years ago

"stephen lang" Discussed on Hollywood And Crime

"You can get the next episode of hollywood and crime right now on the tune in app on tune in new episodes of hollywood and crime are available a week early download tune in today and listen for free from wondering i'm tracy patten with stephen lang today hollywood in crime presents young charlie if you're joining us for the first time we recommend you go back and listen to previous episodes we'll be waiting for you today's episode how to win friends and influence people here's my co host stephen lang the staff terminal island penitentiary in san pedro doesn't think charlie has much of a chance those iq now tests at a bright normal one 21 and his verbal skills are considered good he small and babyfaced combined with no apparent capacity to control impulses these attributes don't make for an easy time among hardened criminals twice his size not the charlie hasn't developed a sense of selfawareness along the way he requests send is granted smaller work details since he tends to cut up when he is around larger gangs and at least he's got his wife rosalie she stayed on in la to be near him moving in with his mother kathleen she dutifully comes to see her husband once a week throughout her pregnancy visits especially from a woman can first status among the inmates charlie puffs his chest and just a bit eds spring to his struck whenever kathleen comes by most times though he tries to keep a low profile by 1950 six he spent enough time in institutions to know there are things to be learn beyond the simple courses they offer the moves among the prisoners like a race observing constantly observing the intimate and tangled power relationships around him who owes who worked in who's reason our fallen in the pecking order it's a constant dance a push and pull hard meeting soft the powerful in the vulnerable those who do and those who were done to the straits on the outside see prison as a jungle and there's truth in there but what charlie figures is that it all the jungle whether inside the walls are apt an animal game of desire and frustration he watches the other men as they play cards are huslid basketball hunch protectively over their food mess or engage in idol conversation.

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"stephen lang" Discussed on Young Charlie by Hollywood & Crime

Young Charlie by Hollywood & Crime

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"stephen lang" Discussed on Young Charlie by Hollywood & Crime

"Animal nature days later the love generation would dance in the mud of woodstock while authorities attempted to come to grips with the sea yellow dr murders untroubled by the police the killers would retreat to their death valley abode awaiting the armageddon they hope to initiate their messiah with lead them in search of the bottomless pit where he told them they would hide out for a hundred years before reemerging to rule the world after all the beatles had predicted it from wondering i'm tracy patten who steven lang today hollywood and crime presents young charlie our first episode the ketchup bottle bandits we invite you to come with us on a unique journey into the mind of the most infamous murderer ever to stock hollywood young charlie follows charles manson's unlikely path from his troubled childhood in rural west virginia to the night he sent his followers out to slaughter five people at the home of film director roman polanski and actress sharon tate here's my co host stephen lang august first nineteen thirty nine agree convertible packard drives along a dark country road just outside charleston west virginia behind the wheel is frank martin who for at least part of the evening considered himself lucky man in the passenger seat beside him his kathleen maddox young woman he met only an hour ago with the blue moon beer parlor she might not be destined for hollywood but she's outgoing and friendly in seems like a kind of girl willing to let the night take than where it may frank it flashed a water bills and she was all eyes talking big about getting a hotel room for the night but they were barely in his car when she changed her mind and the hotel room turned into a trip to a nearby dancehall.

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"stephen lang" Discussed on Hollywood And Crime

Hollywood And Crime

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"stephen lang" Discussed on Hollywood And Crime

"Hi it's tracy patten and i wanted to let you know that from this point on season to is mixing things up as we were working on season to we realized that the story we were telling was different exciting and we wanted a different way to tell it that's why for the charles manson story we're heading to a new feed called young charlie and we have a special narrator joining me this season actor stephen lang who you may know from avatar in don't breathe here's the trailer and don't forget to subscribe to young charlie wherever you're listening to this right now earlier it'll seem described by one investigator is reminiscent of a we're of religious right movies dr sharon tate and four other curtains were murdered in her home in belair curled manson drilled here it is expected that he will be charged lookie murdered in the early morning of august night nineteen sixty nine five people had been savagely murdered in the tony reaches of the hollywood hills the owner of the house had pled for the life of her unborn child is she was stabbed repeatedly in the chest this would not be a night for mercy first thing anyone ever notices bout charlie as his size small jarringly small from wondering i'm tracy patten with stephen lang from an avatar in don't breathe next is how he will take over a room if you let him come with us on a unique journey into the mind of the most infamous murderer to ever stock hollywood.

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"stephen lang" Discussed on Young Charlie by Hollywood & Crime

Young Charlie by Hollywood & Crime

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"stephen lang" Discussed on Young Charlie by Hollywood & Crime

"Boro we have five the body for female bodies two female body in seem described by one investigator is reminiscent of a weird religious light movie star sharon tate and four other persons were murdered in her home in belen charles manson is jailed here it is expected that he will be charged in the take murdered in the early morning of august ninth nineteen sixty nine five people had been savagely murdered in the tony reaches of the hollywood hills the owner of the house had pled for the life of her unborn child is she was stabbed repeatedly in the chest this would not be a night for mercy first thing anyone ever notices broke charlie you saw small jarringly small from one dri i'm tracy patten with stephen lang from avatar in don't breathe next is how he'll take over a room if you let him come with us on a unique journey into the mind of the most infamous murderer to ever stock hollywood big eyes filled with mystery is if is a joke only he knows the punchline two you get the feeling something behind them is planning his next move young charlie follows charles manson's unlikely path from his troubled childhood in rural west virginia to the night he sent his followers out to slaughter five people at the home of film director roman polanski and actress sharon tate and all he's got away with words truth or lie doesn't mean of saint words are just a way to charlie yet.

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