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"taika" Discussed on JKNews
"It is being being bigger I'll go to the grocery store and they'll be like during those little metal things that you attach does like poppet things to and you throw them on the floor like a little missile type. Typing put into the goes off like look better than the open the package and just take it put in my pocket. Kale in the neighborhood anymore. Like just go fucking this all night on call duty. Yeah pretty much because guys like never hang on online we would go round and try to get really. We're GONNA drag. When I went to Your House to pick up lemons day you had to drag him out to come hang out with dragon but like he just. It was an instant no and then I think it'd be good to get out and breathe some air being the son lay little but he would've wanted to see me around all the time it was just like we were just loitering like dookie. What do that or maybe it's an La thing they'd be able to do that. I hear what is one of us have played catch or like an activity in the beginning of this whole quarantine thing he loved riding the bike and we would be riding the bike frequently. But now I can't even try to get him to go out do that with other kids. Yeah because I remember seeing a ton of kids just on bicycles like you'll see groups of files like Salad Style. Just all all over the fucking. Cd asked people like group of kids are new neighborhood where there's eating so there's like a skating like little group skateboarding. But I haven't found them recently though. Of course the quantified MOMS better. Stay six feet. Yeah because it's not like our community. Every houses like frequent like I could throw a rock less than a six feet so the houses have to move how to move. But it's like really really really close confined like plots right and and so we have seen other kids that are around age. I'm like fuck man if it wasn't for this whole thing like he probably would be making friends around the neighborhood because we've we've talked to some neighbors as they're walking by an defense and there's a lot of people are like. Oh man we can't wait till is lifted so we can do a a block party where I was like people do that. I thought it was only in the movies and TV until he told me he grew up with block parties. I'm like that's a big east coast. They have a lot of people. You'll get a block party. That's my experience and then we get through talking to develop block party right. Neighbors of my My sister lives in Rhode Island. And then she's like yeah. It's a thing where it's almost a responsibility. If you live in that kind of neighborhood you have to be part of the neighborhood. Yes part the community minds. Yeah so there's a block party you have to go out and mingle with your neighbors. And then she grew up over here and she's like I don't WanNa go out there and talk to these stand out there in the sun all day but it's just part of because if you don't do it do they look at you like what's wrong. You're not you're not part of the and they will look after you anymore because I think the idea is to town or whatever like I would call upon you to help make sure my house is OK and vice versa. And if you're not there to like to be at the block parties that think you're you're you're a leper going. That's why I like living in this new neighborhood though it's made me feel so much more connected to the community living 'cause I I never grown up with even knowing who the fuck my next door neighbor was ever but now I know like the vicinity like ten houses around me like I know all the neighbors and to the point where I recently I didn't know this but Casey left the garage remote in who his shorts when I was doing the laundry and so my next door neighbor his me up which is like. Hey I don't know why your garage doors acting a little weird closing winning including was that you'd garage was open and I was like what the fuck? What was it like? I was telling him like think. Our garage is broken howling. There's a glitch leader like a couple of hours later. When I was finally drying the clothes then I remote. This is what it was but I love. That shows going off in the drier. This my super nice to like my neighbor did surprisingly live neighborhood battle right now definitely but it's super nice. Because when I was I was looking for my house. The first thing I saw that I noticed I liked about the neighborhood was there. Everyone was walking around outside walking their dogs and stuff and it's normally like a good sign for me a nice neighborhood and just a couple of days ago. My neighbor passed by and he was like. Hey I found that you left. Circular saw outside. I've moved it behind your fence so no one will take it I I. I built a tree house and then I brought it back. I saw that you left it on your workshop table in your garage door was open.
"taika" Discussed on JKNews
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"taika" Discussed on JKNews
"I think he's too dumb to know how to do it yet because like I was teaching them young. I'm like I'm doing push upright. And he goes like this single avenue elbows off his arms just locked. I don't think he understands how to like elbows. Bend that way it been like in kindergarten. GonNa PE FOR THE FIRST TIME. Everyone knows how to do a push. They're just like humping the ground late every doing it right. There are a lot of adults teachers for effort. At least they're moving. I mean he moves a lot so I think he's getting his like his muscles or his working out so now he's super active kid. I know you guys are swimming a lot because you look. Tanner do darker I swim. My Day Pop. Probably every day or every. That's the best shit probably every other day at least saw so hot I worked out in my. I have a pool part of it now so I swim at least part how you doing the thing where you're treading around right in like a square head has been doing all kinds of fun stuff in the pool. Then like when you're sweaty and he jumped in the point come out when you're done with the circuit not drenched like actually feel like cooled off so it feels really good. What's cool right now? You can actually work out and then order your food before you can start working on an old by the time you're done working out because the politics Returns live during this because we already started drinking. And then rory kind of like messed up. But we don't go out drive over responsible so the best person hit up as post meets deliver the drinks and we could stay home. Be Safe right so and if you're like me you're probably start thinking about what to eat for dinner while you're eating lunch because I love food and that's why I love using pollinates. They deliver food from every restaurant. I can think of right to my door but post mates doesn't just deliver burgers and.
"taika" Discussed on JKNews
"How much students but no but it gets be happier heart more than you want be. Your skin's never looked the rolls thicker. Is that how you check it? You don't need to step night stepped on a scale. Because I I was just like damn I think I feel Kinda like chunkier and I stepped on a schedule. Oh how long did it take like a month because like the first the first month I was eating pretty clean still so it was like mainly protein veggies lean meats and then and then after a while. I had all my like apocalypse food and I'm like if I don't eat this apocalypse. Food because all the whole grocery store chaos. It died down right so my on. Don't really needles apocalypse food anymore so I started eating the instant noodles the frozen pies all kinds of pie. We got high and everything in the opposite problem like if I don't actively try to put on weight I lose weight so I just WanNa scale recently too because I was like. Oh what's going on right now. I think I lost five pounds. This thing started that used to be high fever to to to gain weight. If if I don't work out constantly I lose muscle massively fast muscle mass really fast too. I gained fat really really fast fe that but I never. I never see it every time. You always complain. You're like getting. I'm like where you can tell that about yourself. You can't have someone else. You're seeing your facings rounder. I we don't see it but the way Casey show is funny though cases. It looks like this.
Taika Waititi to Direct New ‘Star Wars’ Film
"A new Star Wars feature film and it is going to be co written and directed by one Mr Taika Waititi take it is he he just won the academy award for Best Adapted Screenplay for Joe Joe rabbit which he also directed and co starred in and he is probably most well known for directing Thor Ragnarok which of the Marvel cinematic universe is probably I mean it's it's potentially my favorite it's definitely the funniest yeah absolutely the funniest again absolutely that in some ways the most fun it did it took itself I always I always admired the the Hellboy films for this it took itself appropriately seriously right you know I like I like what movies do that particularly in the mall
"The market's doing well not as much as I may look down three point two percent on bitcoin. Right now we're that much you know. It's not a disaster we haven't seen Things get really dicey yet What am I kidding? My eyes out for well. I'm just watching this right now. On the daily estimates the most important most important trend out there at the minute. It's some. It's quite interesting because you know we. We do have a little of the low high around that ten ten thousand three hundred region but this one coming off ten thousand now the one that we should've said the last couple of days today. Sorry Lost Twenty four thousand twenty four before so you can call it forty eight. It's it's it's more significant to me it. It's not just one candle is pretty moved back up there. It's also tested ten thousand. It's a it's it's a significant level Bitcoin there's a lot going on around. This region does feel very much like a tug of war which everyday between buys and cells. But it's it's very interesting to see Simply because you know if we don't say it hall and we we push on and then today's Canada of that being ninety. Five hundred on the nose If the low of that Kennel becomes I hire low and we breakup through that loss. Two Thousand Ten thousand three hundred. Then we are in tiptop shape we will be looking super super duper but if we don't if we don't break up through that region and will eat break down instead of new law which means trading below ninety three hundred. Then what have we got? We've got a daily downtrend and not. That's a bad thing for the long term view of Bitcoin. Because on the weekly I'm talking about getting back into Hunters is out of the out of the question at all so we still got you know. I eight hundred dollars to go for that. But it just delays that fo the upside. I'd love to see momentum continuously upside simply because we have seen a little bit more than we have seen more market participants dromey have seem mainstream media pickup bitcoin again. What was above ten thousand? It'd be really nice to Cape those punches as combinations going to one to one to rather than a you know list ring. Ding will sit in the corner for of the wall and white for that. Move to to come up guy so it's a really interesting point to be in. The markets trading was on not really looking that much minute if anything a march if it was to set up and there's nothing that's really really close to fitting everything that I want to say but if I was to take try it would more than likely be a small trade shaw if I if I was to be convinced by the shots. There was something so dramatically. Good that fits my rules. There was a standout at target. That's the sort of thing I'll be looking at the Taika saw from that. Not a great deal of interest right now so we're all well ninety six fifty three on Bitcoin. Death three point one nine percent if they're him it's actually not full percents Hang in there. The manager stain that the trade that I took a couple of weeks back by but about one dollars so still with that still long and If I get stopped at all it's for very good profit. Some not too concerned about that but rather stay of course to sixty four forty seven down four percent on Alexa pay will is getting close to break into a lower than bitcoin. We gotta get down through twenty six cents for that to occur right now sitting at twenty six non down five point four percent. Bitcoin cash had a pretty serious self at seven percent. Dour three forty seven dollars. Ninety five cents bs down six point seven six percent at two hundred and seventy six and sixty six cents pre sideways. Bitcoin has been for quite some time now. Lot coin still a long long way to go for lot. Coin to look bearish to be fair on that deadly. I'm talking about a low high. So a high low of sixty six tonight cents and with currently seventy five seventeen to a long way to go for that to turn into a down trend on the daily side looking pretty strong at seventy five seventeen down six percent. Today
The radical experimenters: a rapper, a poet, and a biological artist
"The first three minutes of the universe doesn't expansion simultaneously Teini Asli everywhere not zero second but close the first hundred of a second hotter than the hottest star blew hot bruting rooting halt. The nor Smith Says Earth was not found or heaven above but in a yawning gap. That was grasp but no way there were no vikings kings. No Vanilla no lampshades but there was Lego like for life in the first three minutes of the universe everything started added to come together. ferment began to develop lips to form the word poem. one-star dreamed of turning away and now they're just so it could have time. I'm to shape clay. The universe became a rogue gallery of Jigsaw fighting for space and in quiet moments. Mango juice squeezed from the heavens and sparkled like Shaq suits. There was the first spoonful of the CARTWHEEL GALAXY N G C one. Three six five with its. Jim Like bots spiraled wills sentence hyperion Jupiter's moons pulsars born cramping the styles of the middle. I molecules began collecting just so that the wood Po Quaid could be part of this missing in the first three minutes of the universe. Atoms rose dancing and just like the poet. Rumi said they were dancing like madmen. Happy on miserable and they just kept on dancing lover. Melvin poet and performer Alicia. Sometimes there with her pace the first three minutes of the universe and Tesha Mitchell joining you for science friction. We're at this end of the universe you are about to in Canada. I eight poetry cosmos a biological artist who grows organisms as living artworks and a rat performer. Whose lyrics ricks pulse site with? Science Professor Oren Katz is co-founder of the Tissue Culture and art project and director of the University of Western. Australia's influential art. Science lab symbiotic. Baba Brinkman is a new york-based rep performer and playwright whose awesome Rep God's to science audits range from climate change to consciousness and Alicia sometimes is most recent show. Particle wave gathered audiences under planetarium dimes times. These three creative experiment is pushing the elastic boundaries of both at n science and shared a stage at the quantum words festival in Perth. Recently cently he's Aleisha reflecting on those first three minutes. What we want to do when we passion about and scientists connect with an audience? And I I have that problem I'm full of hyperbole and scientists aren't and I love that about them and they care about the mess they care about the facts and I hear all that and I read all that and then I'm just like oh his blitz. He's some poetry so I remember Reading Steven Weinberg's book the first three minutes of the universe and it's full of great fact so this was my interpretation mango juice squeezing from the heavens technically correct Richt by the way the physicists would disagree in that universe buddies taking a obviously a poetic license. But that's what I as a poet what I can never find the right words and the reason the movie dirty dancing connected so well with me. Is that moment. That one of the main characters is carrying a watermelon win and she goes up to Patrick swayze who she likes and says. I carried a watermelon. And that's all she can say and that is what I am like so often. I can't find the exact words and I love that about science that they can find words really matter and in a scientific communication or scientific paper hyper words mean everything but I love as a poet. I can sort of pie around with that and Taika Pot. Isn't it interesting that you draw contrast because as I often think when I'm reading your work that infect poetry and science scherer conciseness and brevity of language precision each word gets placed with intent. And yet your thinking of the relationship is quite contrasted. I totally understand what you're saying. And Brevity is so true and as a poet and I'm sure poets in the audience. They can understand this. Every word matters this and carries it's white but the thing is how do you communicate dark matter. Or how do you communicate Nebula something in biology or does I mean I can never find the right words. I love in contact. A film inspired by. Carl Sagan's book by the same. I'm Nice Cellular pinup boy. I'm so glad it was there. I didn't know you were gonNA talk about him. When demon haunted world is such an important political inspiring because well the Jodi foster character Elliott Airway says when she's thrust into space they should have center poet and finally why Korea I get to go in space so maybe on Amazon or something? I'll get to go just to ago. Mango juice everywhere. Do you feel like you could take sides. Or is that that's not your raisin for you all the Wanda I'm about to wonder in storytelling. I do understand that sometimes the failure of can you just beautifying science and that is somehow not enough and and that's why I love what so many people do is they take it apart in question and what aren was hanging is just so incredible what they do but I yes yeah so just like the storytelling and I really need to communicate it to audiences so they can just take away a little bit of wondering their pocket full of wonder. Hey John Adams Americans said you never learn if you have a poet in your pocket. I just loved that I said what are you trying to do with. I've seen your show particle wave. which takes you inside a planetarium? Describe it for people but also what you're hoping to do with that piece it's musical visual Poetic Extravaganza yes. I loved canvas of the Planetarium Dome and from when I was young and a lot of you would feel feel the Siamese diaby lie back. And you've got this gorgeous. Almost three sixty canvas above you and so I wanted to use that canvas to sell tell held. The story of gravitational waves got to work with a lot of scientists and I recorded a lot of scientists and I want the general public to coming and have a sense of awe four so it mixes poetry music visuals just to tell the story from general relativity some black holes look lookit to kill an and just sort of pint pitcher and I want people to come out and say well I might go read up on that but I had a science instinct come in an eighteen year old. He said that she walked in wanting to do chemistry and came out wanting to do gravitational wave astronomy. And I'm like my works done. That's enough poet delicious. Sometimes there when you think about rap song lyrics what comes to mind politics. Maybe six drugs love last year. American crime and punishment. Absolutely what about science though not really well here as Baba Brinkman canadian-born and and married to a neuroscientist at some point these graduate in comparatively chat court the science bug big time and he's now a renowned science communicate through he's rap gods to things like climate change evolution human nature religion and culture my first rap theater popularisation project CHAUCER's Canterbury Tales and a An evolutionary biologists in England saw that and he said good job. Now do you think you could do for Darwin. What you did for Chaucer and the first time I was introduced to do a performance which was at the Darwin Bicentennial Mark Pailin? The biologist introduced me by saying. Don't worry I checked his lyrics. You're about to witness the first ever rap performance. That's peer reviewed house like peer reviewed rap. That's the best idea ever confession. Spend my whole life perplexed. By Religiousness Front doorstep debating with Jehovah Witnesses I was a teenaged empirical thinker a spiritual seeker obsessed with rap. I considered it liberal research. This was the medium the Daca thinking speaking flipping ridiculous speech over beats like every weekend weekend my CD collection became my personal gospel. I wasn't apostle I think part of it was an unexpected side effect of doing science. This communication rap projects and that side effect was that I became way more gangster rapper
"taika" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!
"The people with special needs. They scapegoat everybody else the Communists and they create this imaginary new signifier the Fatherland Right which covers over those contradictions so you don't actually have to deal with the contradictions. So she says that. That's the logic of the obsessive. The logic of the of the obsessive that scapegoats the covers over the gaps. We might say that's the imaginary. And then he says in that's the logic of fascism version that that's what it does is it essentially is obsessive. It covers over. It gets obsessed with and it has to perpetually push aside the real truths of the contradictions that led to this economic depression that led to the the negative situations nations within the Society of Germany at that time in during the Inter war period. You know And they'd actually go back to obviously decades prior to that to the first World War and beyond even before that And then of course what you have then is Scarlett Johansson whose character is not the father. It's not the logic of the father and she's trying to say stop. Stop Your father's. She's not saying it in a mean way because she doesn't even have the heart to maybe even address. What's going on with the father? Is He a war deserter. Is he a traitor quote unquote to the Fatherland. But still her kind of like otherness. As being outside of that logic of the father. The logic of the obsessive it offers a different way of viewing the world. And I think there's something about about the feminine here that is really important and I don't know was. He raised by by a single mother or something like that Taika himself. Do we know because it feels like that like like I was raised by a single mother. I don't And so I kinda I get that you know like my father was still in the picture but I get that. They were very different in how they raised me. And there was like the logic of my father which was be a man be critical be analytical and then my mom is like being artist in. Let's go hang out at the theater here. My Gay Friends and my dad is like the conservative Christian. That's like no it's going to rub off on you kind of thing and you know my parents were never married so is able. I had like ninety percent mom ten percent of my dad and I kind of see that. What's about everyone? Second that and just to be clear. You're on this for for the listener. But in the Ladainian G Jackie and world when we're saying feminine and masculine it doesn't necessarily mean penis vagina a literal sense. We're talking about masculine and Feminine Logic. I maps on the film well but just so that's like an interesting. I have a two and of course works in this film. I think you're absolutely right But just in case anyone thought take that basic but yes. Oh so inspired Joe. Her character I think becomes the kind of. She's she's she's like the conceptual hero in this. Yeah Yeah Yeah and I think and not to deflate all the awesome stuff you said. And that's my dream to throw softball pitch. And have you hit a home run. But and I know we don't normally go down this road too much on podcasts. I just WANNA say as well. I thought I'm not the biggest scar Joe. Go ahead Loved her perform lover Yeah I thought it was great and going into it. You know a lot of ways. She was the emotional center of it. You're totally right that she was the one that offered this whole other logic like counter logic to the entire situation that built attention and then of course you talk about a a little bit. We don't have to I found the beginning of the third act when Joe Joe finds her hanging in the square a chilling and and really powerful heels right now. How's the economy? He's got chills. Right now Everything that set up to that that that scene we just thought that Joe Elsa made it out from the Gestapo. He's is in the square. He sees a butterfly and I thought the choice to just show her her shoes as well. What was was was great? Directing Really Gut Punch of a scene. I mean that's that's part of the film. I've no qualms about the. I'm a Joe Moscow fan. I'm a scar Joe Fan. Dan I do. I'm a scheduled fan. Not just because she's beautiful. I think I think as an actor she. She suffers from that thing that we get like Chris Evans has this problem to. They're so beautiful that it's hard for us to take them seriously and I think Brad Pitt had this for a really long time. And it wasn't until he got a little bit older it. The problem is he's still fucking gorgeous. But it's like but there's it's hard to take somebody like Chris Evans seriously because he's so beautiful but then he does snow piercer and he just puts on a hat in a beard and that's how they make him not as attractive right of any dirt on his face. And then you're like okay. He's talk to you. Know is that why yeah and then like but I think with scarborough to is that. She's so beautiful that it's hard sometimes for take her seriously because she's viewed as like a sex icon or something like that but actually I think she's really good do herself man. Did you guys watch watch marriage story. She came through hot. She's I don't mean physically. I mean her performance was awesome. She threw heat she she rightfully is now needed for our two academy awards barely in the fucking movie you know. But she's best best supporting for this one and hathaway one les MIS and Anne Hathaway is in like six minutes of Les Miz and she won so well and I also didn't really think our accident was that convey like like real accidental is no one gave a shit like I think the way in which like we got all the German music but a lot of different accents in this movie from like English with a German tinged full on English to like Sam Rockwell kind of sounded like I'll know drunk drunk person that was just listening to music is kind of like. Yeah totally totally totally. which so before we wrap up any any other thoughts on anything? We have not covered about this movie. That is burning a hole. When you're young non Nazi pro dancing hearts what's y'alls favorite What's our favorite Holocaust movie? Let's go around pianist over here. Wow that's good I'm GonNa go I think Is it son of Saul. Oh Yeah Yeah. That's a good pick. Yeah AH I don't know if I ever watch it again because it was such a intense Viewing experience but but I just really knocked me on my ass. So Yeah Austin Yeah Ah I'll say the ninth day it's German film with August deal And Alan it's brilliant. It's about a Catholic. The priest whose thrown into the camps. have either of. y'All seen the boy in the striped pyjamas. Yeah I was thinking about that too when you ask favorite. That's that that was the very powerful film. I don't know I love. I don't think it's like a one of the best holocaust films but in terms of fucking Gut Punch yod right and there's there's a French French movie that I am not I can't think of the name of a French movie about twelve years ago About a French Catholic priest that goes into through the camps is an act of solidarity and the the main actor is the guy that that Amalie falls in love with an anomaly And I'm embarrassed that I can't remember it and I'll think of it and I can. I'll I'll tweet about it later if anyone wants to see when I remember it so it's real quick a If someone this pops up on streaming someone has a free night. Do you think they should watch it. No Austin but fuck yes yes okay so we have a known fuck. Yes and I'm going to say yeah. Why not so? Take that for what. You Maya. There's other movies out there that I feel like you should wash instead. I mean if sure if you're out of your mind I watched this movie. You'll get something out of your if you're unemployed. If your grandparents started the NABISCO company they left you a ton of money. You're now independently rich with nothing to do. Be a fuck it watch it but also also send us some money go watch as instead. That's my recommendation. All of you people out there on the Internet Colorado spaces the movie to go see in the theaters right now. You'll don't read anything you'll you'll thank me what's great and then while we're giving people recommendations as always genuine shout out to everyone who calls everybody emails. We really let it. We read them all. We listened to him all You are a part of this podcast and I mean that genuinely even though it sounds like I'm being kind of silly it really mean that so if you want to call us the numbers one two one three five three four eight zero seven. I'll say that again. One two and three five three four eight eight oh seven and then because no one. You don't WanNa talk on the phone. It makes you uncomfortable. You probably want email so in that case you would have movies at wisecracked. Dot Co M. Noam Movies wisecracked Dot Co.. We got a lot a lot from last week. We have voicemails Galore. We've emails go. Are We. Do a whole separate podcast all the great stuff we got. I I WANNA start though. We do have a voice mail jumping back two weeks about a serious man. So let's start with that and we got a ton in nineteen seventy and stuff. We'll probably you have to summarize a lot of it. We're GONNA start with a voicemail from Jason. This is Jason podcast right now about The because we're talking about a serious serious man. I'm just curious what you think about In the book written by Robert McKee called story about screenwriting in Positive said the main character of any film has a a lie that they believe in they start out the film where they struggled throughout the Phil. Well getting over that lie that they that they have a peer belief in that they stay there. Conflict is dealing with that character lie that they ultimately either resolved by the end of the film. And they're no like heroes are able to become heroes because they get over that life but maybe there's also failure in two when they're unable to and maybe they're not even controls ally so so I don't know I find that interesting as far as story starts here goes for storytelling guested. That's yeah that's cool. That's a a very classic screenwriting book point what we think. How would we apply that the notion of the the main character having that lie they believe in too serious man? Austin you've got thoughts. I saw all your head moving. No I just John Troops as a script doctor who writes a lot about that as well and it's the idea that there's like a moral failure in the main character and that main character's journey through the process of self revelation at the very end is when they come to reconcile the fact that they were lying to themselves at that they did have that moral failure and then they overcome that and then now they're in a new world and they can never go back to the world as it was before because they've changed they no longer are lying to themselves at least in the same way maybe in other ways but that that's like a a key way so then my question is in serious man. What's the lie? What's the lie that he's telling himself is the Li- the the life it makes sense that there has to be understandable structure any? He refuses to give up the lie and he never has a moment of transformation nations ever has like the reversal of recognition. Never gets to overcome that. Maybe the lies just that he he just lives right is a good guy and is a serious man. He'll be a serious man and everything will be cool now. That's the lie you believe in God will reward allies. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah well well thank you Jason for bringing that up and glower call and if you if you didn't hear that we did serious man couple of weeks ago go listen to it. I'm so let's do. Oh there's so many nineteen seventeen voicemails. Let's see what Andrea say. Don't bans this is Andrew from Nebraska I saw thanks for all you do of all your products Certainly doing nothing. I just wanted to make a few comments about your recent pardon my about nineteen seventeen more more specifically about my interpretation of ribbons and some of the theme So when you guys talk about Scofield's how he doesn't really Needed or wanted you guys to me. It eighteen interpreted it as he's the kind of soldiers that We'd rather have a bottle of wine and a written but to me it seemed more of Scofield was the type of soldiers that has seen so much shit that this ridden is just a reminder of the horrific events that happened and maybe the friends that died Because a lot of times in in military soldiers with moved around around longer different squads and so maybe this is History that Blake has never seen with Scofield's why he didn't understand why he didn't like..
"taika" Discussed on Red Man Laughing
"Transformation of movies in Hollywood and now I'm smiling again because it's such a good conversation but I'm also smiling again because God damn it. I agree with Jesse so here. It is congratulations. Taika for hope. Twenty twenty is just as good to you and your family. What a time to be alive. Your next filmmaker you have Tyco YTD and a whack of films from him as well. I mean is there. Is there anyone for right now? More busy than Taika. Our knees Allen e says always the most busy other than 'cause you know with Allah knees you can never if you ask her what she's working on. It's always a multiple answer to that one question and I have known her to not be making something and I've known her for Several decades at this point but yeah I eat is hard to say anyone had a better decade than Taika Waititi. He started this decade with boy. One of the I think really great indigenous films of the decade Incredibly sweet movie about a relationship between us a father and son and then he followed that up with maybe in terms of commercial importance the movie of his career. You know the movie that really made it all which is what we do in the shadows. The Larry Sort of mockumentary about Vampires Sofa which is how well and of course because that movie had special effects and was a hit it is as actually spawned the TV series which is shot in Canada. And it's fantastic Because of that that is why he got to make ultimately the movie will talk in a couple of movies about he folded with hunt for the wilder people again sort of a classic New Zealand. Taika Movie Funny Family Film and then of course we get into the big time when he makes thor Ragnarok the largest budget indigenous movie ever made and I call it indigenous. Yes because it's directed by indigenous fellow in but also Ryan. I don't think we will ever see as expensive. A blockbuster. Made that added. Heart is an anti colonial anti-capitalists message as we saw with four. You know this is a movie. A thor ragnarok which is entirely about colonialists. Yeah meeting thor coming to grips with the fact that he was told false history about how the great his great kingdom came to be and realizing that in order to reconcile he must literally allow it to be destroyed. I mean all Canadians should see this. Show all set L. colonial nation. The states should see this film and see it through the way we see it which is exactly as I described it. This movie led to the greatest backseat car conversations after screen. I've ever had with my children where we talked all about colonialism and Y for knew that he had to allow his his kingdom. Be destroyed and I for me. I never thought I would see anything approximating that movie at that budget made by Mar Disney perhaps the most capitalist of entertainment companies. We've ever known I don't know how he got all of that through if they didn't know what the movie was about how that works is the script was hidden from them but there it is and you know the fact that he's now making these. This is now is day. Job Making these mega movies. He's got a part in that star. Wars you know I think is unbelievable. And you know he made. He followed that up with again. A more personal film. Joe Joe Rabbit This this past year but it's hard to not see that the thor Ragnarok. The shadow of that film is going to loom huge on his career for all. I think all sorts of reasons. Frankly that's the movie that helps helps me. Keep that Black Panther those movies that helped me keep interested in marvel. Cinematic Universe at all. I think are are generally awful. You know are the ones that are bizarrely anti colonial which is winning votes. Are Thor Ragnarok and Black Panther which are movies that by all Industry Standards Ryan probably shouldn't exist lake right or at least not in their forum like that. They're so the fact that yeah. There's I just find them lovely. I love to embrace them. I watched both I. I've watched countless times because I still marveled that it exists in this way. I just I was also GONNA say Ryan. He also gave himself the best line in Thor Ragnarok. 'cause he plays in a in a scene. If you've known Taika for as long as I've known Taika that when Cork shows up you're going my God that's Tyco's are giant rock creature and the fact that he says I was going to start a revolution but I didn't print enough. Pamphlets is the most goddamn indigenous joke. I've ever heard in a marvel movie. I die laughing every time he says. That lime yeah. This was not meant to be a gust session about a marvel movie but I do think we need to claim that as one of ours just like we've claimed baby yoga and This if these folks can continue to work at Disney he'll take a an Ryan Kugler like some bizarrely. You'RE GONNA have this weird anti colonial space in the most colonial of companies and I am here for it every moment. People should know that we are not in the same room. We're recording this remotely and listening to you for the last nine minutes..
"taika" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"This way you talk about that. I wasn't that I was just talking about. I really enjoy twitter because because to me. That's I've always hated bullies and of its school of always always enjoyed picking on bullies. Yes and because I could hold my and I cannot and bullies at school. Wouldn't bully me that pick on younger kids pick on smaller kids couldn't fight autumn selves. So I really enjoyed picking on them having a go them and Sort of goading them and and that's sort of how I feel on twitter. Bit is like having believes in the. It's gonna be an intimate bully. I try hard not to not not pick on on these trolls. Whatever in a way that a feel Laughs at the living circumstances or the you know like what the job will affect. The friends that to me is not smart the way I just liked doing a sort of subtle kind of sort of a backhanded way And and I'm not GonNa you know just outright try to hit someone you know. I like to kind of poke fun and just say hey you know you're being silly and you don't have to be like this is just the Internet. Be Like you just you know the the people that you're having a go at even though the celebrities or even though the filmmakers whatever they also have feelings six and especially with filmmakers. It's so hard to make a film and you know when people say things on twitter that united you know that sort of a text your craft India and all the if you put into things I think it's I mean it's sad and I feel like it's a Assist there's an easy away and sort of maybe a nicer way to say it by just not saying anything now. There's a obviously a lot of gifts on twitter and on the Internet at large there's a German phonecall downfall which I'm sure you know which kind of became famous Mea of Hitler. Are you concerned about about yourself as Hitler becoming me and you must have gifts of you popping up all over the place either in particular and UCLA gifts of of my vision of Hitler Lou coming up are like to think that the gift so be that they'll be very specific to the the film or to what the character doesn't film I. Yeah I can't really imagine people taking my a Gif of me and trump what real the courts on the or. Anything other to the point is and And if you are hire a pro-nazi you'd want to spread their message. The last thing you WanNa do is put Hitler quote on of ever ever Gif of a Polynesian. Ju like a million of coke. I mean you must see stuff popping up of yourself from like the other roles of the things you've done. Yeah the There was no me and Doing Lonzo system but one book. I'm trying to clear it And so we were talking to matt gifts. Yeah so I have seen a few things. The most I think of is for what we in the shadows. That's the the full of those are from the refining. I really enjoy those things. Yeah I think. That's I think that's such that's a cool phenomenon. Yeah it's weird. You can almost have a conversation just using them anything I wanted to ask you. You mentioned what we do in the shadows We were talking. We've been talking about this in the office quite the episode. You guys did with the kind of the Council of Vampires. Wesley Snipes as blade. Oh yes it's amazing using. Can you talk a little bit about putting that together. And how do you kind of wrangle Wesley. Snipes have plenty of that but the whole thing Jemaine remains idea and he he he wrote this. Yes This amazing scene. which was this council? And the The tribunal Vampire Tribunal and you'll have to ask him but Feeling that it was based on a little bit on this sort of trial thing that he had to G- UNDO UNDO THE DJ at the School of America of America's America. Chance to do it. I'm I know what those little sample And so he on Monday and like And we need to sort of plead. Something about it was it was under the show anyway. He's like you know just hundreds of people in the big circle in having stand there and explain his case and he just he just found it so I kind of like weird and Colty wrote that thing ah closer show We managed to get TILDA. Who always wanted to you know to to do something on the show Rachel Wood and trails and Paul reubens and And then in a big pilot script jemaine rhythm was. We're not suppose skyping. And that's because he's a day walker and he didn't have to be there at night and he was in Florida data so so yeah so there was and the fact that we even managed to get them is used is quite amazing. He didn't do quite a while And but we just k-i-p-p assisting in pleading and I call them up. Actually while we're on sit one to call them up to try and convince them he answered the phone. Is this Taika. Yes is this. This is the day Walker and that really Kinda made my whole week. So that's how he starts every conversation on the phone and in person it'd be amazing. I think he does I. I just have a couple of questions about stuff coming up proving too much for plus stuff but the cost of the suicide squad announced quite recently long as I just sold as a piece of paper can you all of the names from the upcoming suicide squad. There's a lot of the test is it is just pronounce. It's nice. This is like an optician. Surfing I just wanted any of these people. The question is who you. It's who you most excited about being in a cost with because everyone is in this film pretty me first and foremost me think. I'm really good I can't wait to see. What do I do next I'm just looking through peak capacity. Yeah I was wondering if you kind of Yup. He's someone you don't expect to be in a suicide squad and I love that guy you coming up next on your on your finger. The things to to film. We'll yeah I've got to cover this sort of just sort of squeezing with between Chris to thing and so and you are working on the script for for love and funder yet thaw eleven hundred. What what music fourth in the franchise? I have real trouble stateful. So it's kind of a nightmare for me this one but for what are you listening to as you as you type. Oh boy and how far will you go on the title. Page a couple of weeks ago capacity. I I'm doing I'm doing. I think I'm doing a rap group. Nothing well I feel like it's yeah. It's his good story somewhere in there. The Music I'm listening to is a lot of sort of Fantasy rock and like it's a sort of a few look at the. I think the font the new the new branding thing for the movies really says little hand in the font choices they we'd it's sort of decided on like oh we want it to feel like this and then the designers in Beck a bunch of different ones and then we will kind of vote on them and not the phone writing the screenplay in the whole thing's that beast master fault one word per page just a fun question that we would just super excited to see Netflix pullman comeback we have no idea I think anyone had any no and that's what's great about model is that they always keep people guessing in surprising people and keeping them on their toes. It's so cool cool to you know to win. Fans kind of accepted that this character is not coming back August Natalie Portman and bring her back in in such a cool way which she's not you know it's it's such a different vision of Jane Foster and she would have been interested all myself if If it was exact same vision of that character dislike. Chris wouldn't want to play that same older version of of people You know the working with Felix silent about doing something different and and being challenged and doing something new then that makes me feel excited and it makes me want to challenge myself off more to amazing frankie much. You're amazing thank you. Wow that felt good complementary boomerangs six okay so let's take away T- and now it is time to talk about this week's movie news and again there's a lot of it And in fact some of it just dropped whilst we were doing that last Linc The trailer for Tenant Chris Nolan's tenant has finally dropped and we still don't know what the fuck is going on. If we're honest with UH IT looks it. Looks Pretty cool very cool. It looks like there's some time me why me stuff going on But I'm not quite sure what John David in Washington who I think is a fantastic fantastic atrophy so black Klansman if you saw him in a bowlers. If you saw him in basically anything you'll probably agree but He is very much lead. Here I think you know. A lot of the pre release talk was just sort of axiomatically. Put Robert Pattinson as the top of that cast-list and certainly from what we see here that would appear. I'm not the case. He would seem to be much more secondary role But an incredible cast as you would expect a Christopher Nolan and an intriguing premise. They're trying to stop DOC World War three not a nuclear holocaust some of their kind of Holocaust. I almost felt like it was maybe an environmental thing but there seems to be some stuff where they're seeing the effects the things before they happen in perhaps such a way that they can change them seething before they happen strong with McLaren counts very high. Yes absolute that is so but yeah in for it. I mean it couldn't be more. Christopher Nolan not is going on and you see Cain obviously yeah I'm not especially Clair's what's going on. I liked the bit at the beginning when they climb up the building. That's quite quite cool. This is basically looks like a big screen version of that. Even top secret pushing these Swedish bookstores. Seen you're seeing top-secret Jimbo that's one of your comedy is comedy is one of my comedies. Now I you laugh do sequence for Fell Kilmer Lucy. Gutteridge go to visit Swedish bookstore owner played by Peter cushing and the entire sequence is backwards and Joepat sweeter son's like English spoken backwards. I mean yeah. It's one of the most surreal things. Listen and they filmed it. There's actually if you go on Youtube. You can see them out of the actually filmed it. So the Falcons to remember everything they he had the do everything they had. They filmed it from the back. And then they reversed it. So he's he won't point takes a book and throws it up onto the book under a bookshelf and they had a catch it and looked like he was throwing it. And it's just an incredible incredible seeing Solicit looks like the Kooky that entire scene but Played Out each everything going backwards in time reverse upon itself itself and yeah it it it reminds me of something and I'm struggling to remember Walton. I'm GonNa feel very stupid when I figure out what it is. Apart from. Of course in middle section of Avenger Dan game. It reminds me of something else. So I'm I'm looking forward but we've literally just watched it. We just stopped the podcast room. I'm in and watch it so I'm hoping something will come to. I think Michael Caine has the eye of Moto I mean. That's that seems that what you're thinking of strange. Maybe doctor strange strange may but I do have references that go beyond vendors not the doctor strange religion and things. But there's there's there's another we're using the time I mean there's like things like Legislative tomorrow where their time travelling in order to save the world's associate Sir James when I was trying to think of that. Because because because he's a legend more politics podcast like Chamo- versus except that you never talked about it really but yes that's so it's There's a link there but it's been a bunch of times. I mean I guess obviously quantum leap in my beloved quantum leap. Yeah.
"taika" Discussed on The Frame
"Welcome back to the frame I'm John Rabi sitting in for Jim on Horn New Zealand Director tyco y t t is peculiar. You made the blockbuster Thor Ragnarok but he's also made quirky tails like what we do in the shadows comedy about a group of Vampires who struggle with the banality of everyday life in his new film Joe Joe Rabbit which he adapted the screenplay for and directed why not plays Adolf Hitler as the imaginary friend of a young boy living under the Third Reich he told John Horn the idea came from his mom telling him about a novel she'd read had called caging skies something about the way she described I think she was trying to explain to me what it was like for the boy in the book and and she was describing it in a way with she was saying that this boy had never met a Jew before only knew about Jews were from propaganda and from those horrible kids books that they put out in a horrible pictures of them and comparing them to rats and indeed wins and things and so for him it was like having a monster in the house the addict it was like having this this this thing up and and me are that sort of Linda self a little bit towards like the right one in something and and So I saw this element there that could be quite amazing to explore this idea of the enemy being Jewish bill in in a distorted disrupting this this kid's life how to read a passage from caging skies by Christine loons that your film is loosely based on and this is Joe Joe talking about himself if it's I tried to get the young woman off my mind by that time I was also trying to get Adolf Hitler off at his constant reproach about my shortcomings irks me by incapability infidelity all starting within an objection me out of his good opinion that's probably the only vague reference this boy hearing Hitler speaking to him you take that to a much higher level at what point did you figure out that that was somebody you could seize on what did it give you in terms of telling the story I had no I wasn't really interested in making World War Two film as important as I it's just not really my style and I just wanted to continue trying to make something that is more true to me and that's where this idea of an imaginary friend he's giving him terrible advice throughout the film came from court Joe Man I don't want to tell me about that guy but incident was that about they wanted me Kill it I'm sorry it couldn't don't worry about it I couldn't care less but now they call me scared rabbits let them say whatever they want people sustain a lot of nasty things about me Oh this guy's a lunatic oh look at that psycho he's GonNa get us all killed let you on a little see cred rabbit is no coward those interesting because it's not Hitler it's probably some sort of amalgam of his father and and and maybe some other father figures that he that he wanted his life and so that's really where that came from the one best friend that was striking end and really represented the right and I wanted to show that throughout the film if you look carefully you know the batons of falling off his jacket and his hair slowly gets more messy and sleeve stop falling off on his jacket which which Moore's the fall of the Third Reich and ended in the complete shambles that became and at this point when you're first thinking about it you haven't made hunt for wilder people correct but you've made boy yet I have not made what would you in the shadows okay but you have been thinking about at least made one movie about under parented or unprinted kids which one's pretty clearly to be something that you're struck by and caging sky's the novel and judge a rabbit the movie seemed Paul prenatally into that idea right yeah so what is it about that idea you find interesting well I really think that some people would suggest that it's a focus on on gun children and father figures but it's I feel like it's most of my films the about mothers boy is really about boys in his longing for his mother and trying to convince themselves that is father's fantastical person and that's really who he wants when it's not very similar with four see those elements and four so that family and I love the family dynamic and so growing up with a single mother like fascinated with our dads would would would would be out to what would the backgrounds and stuff even though I knew my dad I grew up in an area with a lot of Salem's lot of you know kids from with single parent homes so that's all I knew actually and we were actually roll around in little groups and Tassell kids if we found out that the parents were still together because it's just wasn't cool hip two parents in my neighborhood and so so that was all I've ever really done like I feel like The Times I've tried to kill off one of the parents will get rid of one But I do I do think it's about those relationships and families is really what my my films dealing with we're talking with Toco at td about his new film judge a rabbit tone is so critical to this movie and I was thinking about this documentary called the last last half and I don't know if you know about it it's about comedy and the difference between what you can say about Nazis versus what you can say about the Holocaust and and fern Perlstein is the filmmaker and here's what she had to say about this you can make fun of the perpetrators you can make fun of the Nazis but can't make fun of the victims or the camps that's what many people think and I'm wondering as you are trying to totally how far is too far and how are you need to go how do you know when you struck the right balance off limits okay yeah I would agree with that the semen it's it's not anything I would ever even entertained really writing this is nothing there's no way that I was yeah about the Jews or any of the atrocities it was first and foremost instill is an attempt to to talk about prejudice and intolerance and and really behind all of the way that children see grownups behavior in the world and not only just day to day stuff but especially during conflicts because I feel like I am father of two children and since that happened of become very acutely aware of my behavior around children are my children seeing the end and how they see me and you know I'm supposed to be this a strong resilient guiding light for them who's going to guide them through the world and a little thinking that well eventually you know if you feel behavior gets too absurd and crazy like like some adults value children's stop believing in this idea of hope in oil they stop believing in human beings and they start believing the balance of the world because and then especially in war these reliable mentors regarding children and free the world because we're responsible with smart water they think when they see us fighting wars and blowing each other up shooting each other in the head and killing each other and and like crazed animals cannot be good. GONNA ask you about history you've lived in Berlin and I've been to Berlin and and the way that Germany in that city in particular have addressed the Holocaust is I would say relatively admirable there are museums Lacoste Museum. There's a topography of terror there's memorial to murder Jews there are massive public installations museums dedicated to what this country did and if you think about American slavery not quite up to that same level and you lived in Berlin I'm GonNa come to this broader idea about not forgetting history and a generation of people including movie goers that either don't understand or don't really know what happened during the war and how a fictional story like Joe Joe can fit into that part of history and storytelling yeah well since World War Two gave up Kazoo hundreds and so we haven't learned anything that's the point in telling these stories you have to keep telling any stories in order to keep teaching ourselves inskeep teaching young audiences the difference between wrong and eleven hate net particular story keep having the discussion and keep talking and having a conversation because otherwise if we don't watch out we will forget then would doomed to repeat.
"taika" Discussed on The Frame
"From the Mon Broadcast Center at KPCC it's the frame I'm John Rabi sitting in for John Horn on today's show what's next for Hollywood after the metoo reckon Committee pay up Hollywood focuses on the way the industry treats assistance then tyco white t t director of the new anti hate satire Joe Joe Rabbit Responds every single person with this film it would not be this film and it would not be mushrooms it'll be someone else's film and it would be more all that coming up on the frame this is the frame John Rabi recently on the podcast scripted it's Aladdin Screenwriter John August and Chair Noble Creator Craig Mazin took on one of Hollywood's open secrets the way it treats assistance the workers who will do anything to get their foot in the door here's script notes producer Meghan Arou- reading a message from a talent managers assistant who makes fifteen bucks an hour that is after renegotiating it up after year working here this is while I have to listen to him making deals for his clients for hundreds of thousands of dollars from their jobs jobs that I submit them Oy on their podcast August as ask people to tweet their horror stories and one of the people who took them up on it was Liz Alber. TV writer and Writers Guild Board member she came up with the Hashtag pay up Hollywood and she joins us now hi Liz cry hi John Give our listeners a sense of what assistant can cover in Hollywood oh assistant can cover any entry level job into any aspect of the industry every department on any sort of production will have stints working for them so there's an entire generation of Hollywood up in commerce who are working these entry level jobs right now we'll talk about some of the response you got to your tweet what were the horror stories people were telling you some of them are making twelve dollars an hour there've been a lot of stories where people have said I will normally work anywhere between sixty and eighty hours a week but because my company refuses to pay the overtime I'm not being paid for the work that I'm doing there are story as of assistance who've had to go searching all over Beverly Hills to find their bosses car because their boss left their poor somewhere and don't know we're they left it and on top of that they're managing financial information for that bosses clients and they're be paid twelve dollars an hour without yeah and I can hear a lot of listeners at the start of our conversation saying well when you're a kid you're supposed to suffer a little bit in your first job and then you move out of but but these are people who are no longer just fresh out of college exactly and not only that but there's a difference between having to suffer a little bit and being completely unable to take a position because by sleep you might be able to support yourself on the salary that they are offering you shouldn't have to choose between pursuing a passion and making a living and writing now the wage discrepancies in Hollywood are making it so that people who are financially well off are the only ones who can survive live taking these jobs so this message of inclusion that Hollywood wants to promote it's actually being nixed at the entry level this is just one more roadblock for diversity to actually break in and and make a difference in the industry we're talking with Liz L. per here on the frame she's the creator of Hashtag pay up Hollywood Hollywood's talking a lot about diversity what does the way it treats assistance say about their commitment to it I think it's much easier to overlook inclusion and diversity when in those roles are not necessarily gaining you PR especially in the assistant community we are faster coaching at times where only candidates from wealthy backgrounds we'll be able to sustain themselves on the salaries being offered and so we aren't looking at what I've been calling homogenized Hollywood where the next generation of Hollywood exact that makes her way up from Assistant all come from the same wealthy usually like background the best way that we can make sure that we are promoting inclusion and Diversity in Hollywood good and making sure that we have diversity off the top in the highest ranks of Hollywood is by growing at the bottom and the only way that we can do that is make sure that we are leveling out the playing field and anyone who doesn't believe that low wages and breaking into Hollywood is slowly becoming a socioeconomic Mkx issue doesn't realize how many assistant come year already come from wealthy backgrounds because they're the only ones who can on the paltry salaries that is just they're making nowadays sounds like what you're saying too is that this is not just a moral question but it's also illegal question if we have people working on paid overtime for instance sure I think that's the issue it's it's a huge open secret in Hollywood the examples that have been given outright has said we were asked to do something illegal and yes everybody knew about it and yes everybody was okay with off the US to do it so that budget's cooked remains why can Hollywood get away with the way it treats assistance I think because there's this culture of you should be grateful for what you get we are told that if we don't want the job someone else well everybody wants to make it in Hollywood everybody wants to break in and we all all know how hard it is to get your in the door show from the very beginning you're told if you don't want this up there are thousands of people who are just waiting to get their foot in the door you've been getting tons of tweets I know there've been lots of responses to the the podcast script notes is anybody laying out a strategy to change this there won't be anything just yet we are talking about things in the infantile stages but until there's any anything concrete fire addressing reality it's going to take policy solutions that are specific to industry but ultimately it's going to take Allies and I the kids from every part of the industry getting together and saying but finding solutions across the board entry level positions are sustainable for the next generation of Hollywood up and comers he's going to take everybody coming together and the thing that has to change that's Liz Alpert TV writer and producer and creator of Hashtag pay up Hollywood thanks list thanks John coming up next on the frame filmmaker tyco white TT's new movie is about a German boy whose imaginary friend and is that Hitler.
"taika" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"Loses movies in recent history not just in terms of comic book movies is truly one of the looses movies period is a remarkably loose moving it is risky the and cheeky and giggly for a demi-god breaks he laughs onscreen in a zillion dollar movie it's wild this movie exists but other movies like hunt for the wilder people and boy and it went on to make eight hundred fifty million dollars what did he do that clout mid a movie about a lonely German boy whose imagine a friend was Hitler Taika Played Hitler and this movie which I just subscribe Gioja Rabbit which comes on select theaters this week has award bus ears league he's GonNa Be Nominated for Oscars for playing Hitler the same guy that did thor why am I talking like Jerry Seinfeld's gives you haven't seen gene said silly thor or having in a while I will provide some context for the senior about here earlier in the movie Father Odin passes away to make a bad Russian worse store then squares off with his evil older sister Hella and she destroys his famous hammer other stuff happens in thor goes through a wormhole that leads them to the Planet the car where he is captured enforced essentially be a gladiator in seeing them about the play he is now a gladiator he's trying to pick a weapon to use in the battle against the reigning champion he's talking to core gazillion Hebrew Franz and who is voiced by Taika himself. It's I have to say a funny seat so here's Chris Hemsworth has store Takeaway T. T. S. Court and then Tyco himself and me is myself.
"taika" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest
"Dessert. Yes whatever your favorite for dessert is. It's him. Yes yes. Let's start with the eyebrows. They are dunk full and thick yeah. I'm actually I I took myself. I've painted myself into a lost comb their above like you mentioned his eyes. He is not afraid to make eye contact. the camera is yes. He knows his angles yeah from fucking director yeah and he just he keeps you what you're looking for yeah yeah like he imagined directing him in a photo shoot that you have to do minimal directing right just go goes. Are you need to do right so the top image of of this indeed is him wearing denim shirts and he is kind of looking directly at the Camera Classic Trademark Move Yes and he he's got both of his forearms roms on every forums again. You WanNa know about the things that people talk about when it comes to like what's hall. I think there's been a lot of misinformation in the world about what is haunting. Let me tell you something free of charge. If you roll up your sleeves and reveal to me a hairy forearm all too well with a nice watch with a nice chew remember an old episode of the show show Vena said about. I WANNA watch him. Put on a watch jess. I thought maybe once a month. 'cause I think it's so true. Yeah a Nice Watch watch on a thick hairy forum bitch and it doesn't have to be an expensive wise. You're not talking about that. It's just it's just something about the set of the face yeah on that Harry. Forearm Taika has the salt-and-pepper hair going on here the hair so I mean it just doing it. Is You know what I don't feel as strongly as you do about half but I do love salt and pepper hair salt and pepper bid. Get Out me if you have the salt pepper head of hair also give me a ring and I mean a wedding ring and also a phone call like he and he has in spades. He's like he's not Bruni now so he's not like super lean like Jim tight again the average bill average but then what he does with that average yes and when I was talking talking about how he's just very comfortable in his body he is not afraid to throw himself on the floor like this this picture of him on his G. Q. Article Article. He is like curled up around the edge of a chair. It looks like just on the floor relaxing like you would like. He's at home he. Maybe he is at home. I'm not sure but he just seems very at home wherever he and he's going to find a way to be comfortable and I think that is a sign of confidence. Yes you know just to be like I'm going to make the best of my circumstances. Yes it tends to imply as kind of Stay ready so you don't have to get ready yeah. Here's someone who is making plans making moves like he's very swan. Lake like it all looks like he's gliding up top but he's working furiously like he's just like an the crucial thing that I the feeling I get. I think so much of what I think think about when I look at Taika is less about what he is giving me explicitly but what he projects and the projection that I get from him is someone who is trying to work out where they fit in the world and not allowing themselves to kind of stand still while they do that figuring out right and that that makes me think of his Ted talk from two thousand ten and he talks about being a child of mixed being a mixed race child child of mixed heritage Pige his mother we you mentioned his mother is of Russian Jewish ancestry. His father is Maori and and so and he was from a very small very small town he mentioned in the Ted talk that his school was like twenty eight people or something like that so he talks talks about how his mixed heritage brings him a lot of influences that he uses in his work and I think what we are picking up on is his his Indian background as a filmmaker where he had to create magic with very little so his circumstances you you know with this very small New Zealand town being this person who was trying to find himself are express himself in a way that could fit in all the world's that he was living the and he was living in the country and he would go to the city things like that all of that he just knows how to as we would say make a dollar out fifteen cents. No you know whatever that is for his circumstances so you see that and so when he comes in a room and he commands it because he like he has no other choice. That's how he feels that he's just. 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"taika" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest
"Taika heads one knee up his hands slick with as he presses his fingers into the are. You sure this is how you asked me. Oh Yeah I reply. You're doing such a good job. Oh man okay. He comes up me up with the biscuit. uh-huh oh my gosh. This is the second episode back back Yeah Baby. How are you doing pretty good going fairly well. You know the usual stresses but you know we have our own coping mechanisms and saving going as the kids say we move. You just have to keep on now. I like to think of myself at the time when things get too much as a shock I must have constant forward motion or I die yeah. That's Stevens calm down. No I'm good I'm. I'm glad autumn is here. It feels like even though do you know thirsts for all seasons. There's something about autumn. That feels very thirsty. Yes very cosy layers layers meanwhile I and I'm really the into that yeah the significance that like if you have a fireplace lighting the fireplace the first time with someone many effect has been centered around ask that's one of my specific kinks and speaking of layers and specific kinks today's I object he's occupies a very specific niche yes in my heart and also in my redacted. His name is Taika GEICO white t t yes beautiful beautiful Mallory Gentlemen he's the second injury in our very new series behind the camera. We talked about Ryan Kugler before we did we did we didn't do events. Taika who comes in front of the cameras sometimes although he's very much he's what they call a quadruple threat. I like that thank you heard uses he direct he acts on. He's very very handsome. Yes and I mean it's just it really is breathtaking sometimes like you see him and he's also what makes him so beautiful is how comfortable he is wherever he is you know every now and then he'll strike oppose and things like that but he's still loose in. That's what I think I love the most. I think he's actually actually one of our Celia directors like he's not afraid to his sense of humor as evidenced by his screenplays his projects that he takes on he is someone who clearly finds finds a lot of lights joy in their world. He's he's always ready to take the piss out of anything which is obviously incredibly attractive because you want someone who is funny he and can appreciate humor at all times and he does it in a way like you said he remains loose like he's such he's in such command of his body not at all times and even when he's being super supercilious so he does you know like you said he'll do poses where he's kind of looking over his shoulder. Ri- as a hand on the head when he's very classic pinup being very coy very coy and he's doing it to kind of like almost subvert the idea of how does a sexy man look what do I do. I do notice a kind of ramp-up sexiness right and there's something about that actually is very old. Yeah I want if we were to interview him. I would ask him if if he's also trying to point out the ways the silly ways that we have women pose yeah in order to be considered attractive you know you've seen those the graphic novel images where they reverse the genders of the superheroes so you've got superman tooting it up and it looks ridiculous. So why do we have the female superheroes thing so what if he's playing with stuff like that. I bet he is like I think about the recent off of Nighthawk with the regrettably ably shiny buttocks and I wonder I I. I don't wonder I'm sure Tyco so that was like yeah. That's the stuff I appreciate that but let's begin at the beginning so we know Taika as this obviously multi-talented performer and director. He has been working for a very very longtime. He is from New Zealand. Ese is and his accent's. He's very proud of being from New Zealand and his accent he. I like it when he plays. Is it up. You know like he's very much like this is where I'm from. I'm not going to code switch here. I am and this is this is what you're going to hear right what I like like about him. Being this self-assured Sexy New Zealand man is that he's opening up a new thirst pilot in accents. Yes for some people right. I I mean I'm very well aware of New Zealand what I what I love truly is that he is adding to a cause some. New Zealand actors is out there okay for many people the biggest explosion of that was the conchords on HBO several years ago Right which of course tiger is good friends with Jemaine yeah all that good stuff but then this guy who I think he has a very more than the accents he's also kind of putting forward a very specific kind of masculinity MHM and it's one that you've mentioned it's one that he it's a it's someone who is at ease with themselves and someone who is not afraid to kind of pursue pursue the work that they find interesting and to also be utterly utterly themselves regardless of the size of budget because we know him so you know worldwide for the marvel movies right but that's beginning points not at all he has done some beautiful I saw others one clip on Youtube talked about the art of happy sat cinema and I think that that is such a perfect way to describe his work because as silly early as he is a silly the humor that he injects into his work. He is talking about a lot of very serious. you know deep topics. It's like he's often political often talking about children and he does a lot of his A lot of his film work is about children I and coming of age stories and identifying how they're learning how to identify themselves the culture of their surroundings so you know no he but he also has these really absurd moments like the film boy the boy is the main character air who.
"taika" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail
"It he's been a vampire. When you're a vampire you become very sexy a rock monster stock. Lisi men allow me to introduce myself. My name is cool. I'm kind of like the leader in here made of roofs as you can see it the dead intimidate cheap. You don't need to be afraid unless you made of scissors. Just a little rock paper says a joke for you and now he's Hitler was tense wasn't going to do great housing claims to Judge Negotiate Tyco whited he's been the talk talk of Toronto International Film Festival for Joe Joe Reboot. The anti-hate setter he not only acted but wrote the screenplay and directors and his fans showed the love..
Bribery, Mr. Taika And Neko discussed on BBC World Service
"The head of Japan's Olympic committee soon. Neko's zoo tycoon says he will stand down following allegations of bribery related to Tokyo successful bid to host the games next year. Fringe prosecutors place Mr. taika down under formal investigation in December the suspected corruption
"taika" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Heliborne? I'm Chris you it and welcome to this very special episode of the empire podcast. Did you know the where thirty years old next year? I know I know we don't look at over twenty eight, but it is true empire magazine launched in nineteen eighty nine and because hitting thirty is such a huge milestone, we've decided to launch a full year of celebrations starting this year. Why because we can so you may or may not have heard, but we have put together a list of thirty. Well, technically, thirty one as two of them are brothers of the finest most adventurous filmmakers, plying their trade today. Our dedicating great big swathes of coverage to them over the next year across the magazine, the podcast and other media. How exciting the first filmmaker were focusing on is one James Cameron who dominates the new issue of empire on sale now in all good and evil news. Agents. The second is well, the subject of this podcast taika waititi has only made five films in empires and obviously his lifetime. But they are Beltre's eagle vs shark has low key two thousand seven debut boy, his ri- coming of age drama from two thousand ten what we do in the shadows his hilarious fan power mockumentary from two thousand fourteen the magnificent and often mad and moving hunt for the will to people empires film of the year in two thousand sixteen and then wasting no time whatsoever. Last year's Thor ragnarok, one of the best and certainly the funniest entry in the marvel cinematic universe. One thing all is movies. Have in common is distinctive voice. The New Zealand filmmaker wrote or contributed heavily to the screenplay of all five films. And so when he came into London last week to speak at BAFTA 's screenwriters lecture series, two thousand eighteen we jumped at the chances down with in a boardroom at BAFTA anatomy about all things. Scr. So here's roughly half an hour of me chatting to take away easy about his approach to screenwriting. How Aries across projects like hunt for the wilder people Anthony Wright nook, and why Jemaine Clement is the only person he can write with. Oh, a much much more, of course, including a pitch for new police academy movie that I am now. Desperate to see. This was recorded in a boardroom at BAFTA as I said. And so the sun quality is a little hissy times. But hopefully tolerably so enjoy okay. So I will give you big introduction and away. We will go Chris. Why don't you introduce me? No one knows. And I just feel I have to introduce people you have to the queue, you might not know who you are. Don't. I Don Anita reminded every now and then. We are delighted to be joined this ferry special empire thirtieth anniversary podcasts. Remember? Member..
"taika" Discussed on Channel 33
"Own three shabazz con the senior manager for digital content for the t wolves and minnesota lynx but the audio behind lebron's game winner and everybody went from there that was nina mandel of for the win notice that one also david by politics last week tyke hob and mentioned he of the magnificent in an equidistant curly mustache left donald trump's legal team in oh my lord the baseball puns i cop thrown out taika benched that was david axelrod and this bill james statistics godfather bill james taika forced out at the white house for spiking general mattis under the table and alligators that he bet on the grand jury outcome that is an extremely bill thanks to count madsen for that one david and finally we talked last week also about michelle wolf and the white house correspondents dinner after the dinner roseanne barr tweeted quote i rule of comedy never target someone more famous who's in the audience you will lose the entire crowd a lot of people that is actually the opposite of the i always punch up right number months down but lots of funny tweets that tried to articulate what the real first rule of comedy right can we let's do this when as a sketch this is from lloyd davis on twitter all right david go ahead ask me what the first rule comedy is brian was the first timing goods vaudeville right other ones i like the first rule of comedy have social issues and crippling depression.
"taika" Discussed on /Film Daily
"Joke here is that this kid gripe around propaganda did not realize it was a monster so as measuring hitler it like the best buddy he'd never had and he slowly starts to realize oh no maybe my imaginary best friend is based on somebody who's actually horrible and that's the thrust of the movie and i love these easiest store ragnarok clout to get this made the screenplay about six years ago whereas on the blacklist of best screenplay for two thousand twelve so he's had his back pocket for a while into hansen's a good actress i think with the right director put in the wrong role and she's bad but put her in the right role with the right people backing up and she's really good she's once people she's dependent on people around her and with this premise that tractor i'm really curious to see how this plays out because as we all know holocaust comedies are are rough that they usually do not work by faith in taika here a chris what do you think about this one i very much want to see this i heard about the premise because i wrote a story about this a little while ago and yeah this sounds wild and i feel like if anyone else were making it i would be hesitant about it but since it's him i'm very curious to see what he does yeah that sounds totally nuts in maybe of really really good way i mean the idea of like making a nazi a a sympathetic figure in any way is slightly troubling in today's political climate but i trust psycho td and i feel like he probably knows what he's doing here.
"taika" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"I'll cerebral in them a terrible acting but also i terrible the net you're going to the very of these problems there we should check it out said no i just been thing as a uh a read the script knows it and i should be on a need to be missing and i would say that is not a good question to ask is an act well i know i know that now been awaited as like 'cause i was like in armagh filmmaker on the help out the held the production of in us hey guys i uh i read the sina since car pointless for me to be in it in the nation in just shut up savings lines saving we are trying to fix the ending of this movie within a rise in since being a big hollywood blockbusters you're name's when linked to a cure that's not one hundred percent you're thinking about a third with some of us think of arizona us to us talking to them about it and it got a little ainley early end on on a what's the appeal of that if that does go forward like what's what what would you want to bring to a cure that special to you as a fan well westmont mile thing is it it i didn't think if you can write this film alive action film that shouldn't be snow remake can to remake of the oven felt the film is great.