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"tony collado" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:57 min | 22 hrs ago

"tony collado" Discussed on 790 KABC

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"tony collado" Discussed on 790 KABC

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01:32 min | 23 hrs ago

"tony collado" Discussed on 790 KABC

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"tony collado" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

07:53 min | Last week

"tony collado" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Yeah bad man. I am c. three. Po human sidewalk relations high. Amanda tapping from you one at atlantic and sanctuary. You're listening to sifi talk with tony. Collado enjoy page. Kennedy is a man of many talents actor. Rapper and he starts a new movie with jason. Statham rainn wilson ruby. Rose and cliff. Curtis in the meg mega short for prehistoric shark which is very much alive. Here's our complete conversation. I gotta tell you right off the bat when you get the good line in new trailer people are gonna notice so Who got those lines rain. No way no way like how big thing and then wrong. There was like perfect perfect. That's so funny because Some of our friends like when they see media. I'll say wrong and i'm the i'll get it as one word so i don't get why i'm so many because it's me and so any day i'd say like whatever but i really don't get why that line is so funny though. Yeah no totally it it. It's like when you're in. The trailer remain urine. That's definitely cool. Tell me about your character. Dj so dj is drone pilot. He's a row controls. All of the rovers that they use underwater to observe new and unique aquatic life And facility that they all work in comment oh one yeah And my character is the person who you know. It's all of the visuals. Yod he'll of our is new and amazing creatures. The set for man one look pretty impressive. I mean there's clash and stuff like that. I'm sure this green screen may be but What's that like to work there. I guess when you're you're basically inside a lot wells awesome. I mean especially like i out there. We first saw it just the just the. It's just awesome. You know you walk in there and you see it just feel like you're really in this space. You have your wardrobe sitting there. Like i. You know i felt like so else. I really felt like character. Not so like being out of the country in zeeland in wonderful amazing set And with these interesting close on that. I would typically wear. But i like i just. I just felt like i was really this characters. It was great and the glasses. That's a good look for you. Yeah i like. I actually tried to take those classes with but it didn't happen. Yeah but i forgot the with this kind of cash. I mean you know. There's jason cliff curtis Rainn wilson ruby rose. I mean it's a great cash very diverse too which i totally love and It's I got the feeling. Though that the set there was a lot of fun going on. Maybe because our director john yeah. That's such a huge jokes. They're like he's so funny where he and then you put him with. Rain at rain is the exact same way. you did. Have both of those guys and this is this it just says and then everyone kind of gives everybody you know a hard time in a fun way So it's an enjoyable set. So what's it like dealing with essentially something that's not really there. I guess you have to turn on the imagination definitely because We didn't even get tennis ball. Nothing there and that we were looking at. We're just looking at the area and you can our imagination or what we think this thing looks like you know 'cause no one really knew until later. Yeah so what. Was it like when you finally saw the mac. Well when i when. I finally saw awesome. Because we we we saw are the mockup. Because there's a there's a picture of a model of it and The pitcher on the motto of it is so you that you know you just gotta run and go try to put your face in it and take a picture. I mean it's kinda kinda scared even do that. Just 'cause like even those clearly not real is a scary thing to do Because you just don't want to. You don't wanna clue and kill you. Even though as a star. Yeah yeah exactly exactly. No i mean it it. It does look awesome. I mean i travel i. I appreciated the use of bobby darren's beyond the sea. To kind of fit really did The tone of the movie. I mean i will say this that. When i was growing up i loved the monster movie or the shark movie. I went to see jaws obviously in enjoyed that This is much bigger shark as its prehistoric but And i've actually seen skeletons of these. Things are fossils of these things and they are huge. Which town for this movie is a it seems like yet a threat but you guys maybe having a little fun with it bit. You know i mean like like you mentioned beyond the scenes like that them even have in that song plane in. They're kind of that you know and it's just kind of like a fun not taking itself too serious popcorn type movie. There are some some some real Suspenseful moments and and as some really good action. This movie has fun and rainn. Wilson's character very sarcastic and funny so i think i think this is just like a fun movie that you go to your family and and we don't take ourselves too serious or no. I don't think the audience either. Nothing probably usage of that song. Kinda opens you up to say. Oh yeah man. That's charles exactly exactly but from your character. I kind of get the sense of that. He has like a really dry sense of humor. Yeah you know he just. He'll come out with one word. That will kinda summit all up and and you'll go. Yeah he's right. You know that kind of right right. He does have a dry humor. And he's kind of you know kinda like the straight guy until until later until when Or and they really get and it and then stuff is really going down and then you see how would that hilarious now. Physical role for you. somewhat yeah i had to train. We trained really hard for Like a month before..

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"tony collado" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

05:09 min | 3 months ago

"tony collado" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"Primarily. In two thousand, sixteen during the election season here I was actually using Budapest at the time but following the election. Oh Wow and the states you know this this this trump phenomenon sort of pervaded, my my psyche, and so I I was I sat the book against the the the election, the presidential election of twenty thirty, six I wrote about this trump ask. Populist candidate running on a a luddite agenda saying you know we've pursued technology at the expense of humanity I definitely don't. Like I think a lot of like you know people a Lotta like my friends, for instance. have nothing but like with acute and scorn for like this like the anti intellectual populous sentiment but I tried to you know sympathize with it I'm from New Mexico I I've seen. The way the economy is now doesn't necessarily work for a lot of people and so I definitely try to write it with some level of sympathy about it. Interesting. Why don't we take a short break and I? WanNa talk about the divine rights of machines after we come back. So we're talking to my matthew binder and the novel is the job will be back in a moment. Hi Welcome back to SCI FI talk. I'm Tony Collado with Matthew. BINDER and Matthew talking about that premise in the book the divine rights of machines the Luddites are actually calling to repeal that. We have this sort of There's this. Move You, know. I sort of feel like you can't really stop progress A as as such. Eventually, you know technology. We've we've sort of lost humanity to technology and like technology is going to be elevated to this like. Basically replace you know everything else it's GONNA replace culture. It's GONNA replace religion technologies is GonNa end up like being the substitute for everything and like every place is going to be just like every other place because of like global ization you know I just feel like I at least now way we're trending is.

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"tony collado" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

08:08 min | 5 months ago

"tony collado" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"This is Kenneth Johnson Kenny to my friends and I've been speaking with Tony. Collado of Scifi talk about some of my career the bionic woman the incredible hulk. V Alien Nation and a few other things including my new novel the the Second Generation I. Hope you'll listen I. Hope you enjoy it because sci-fi talk is the place to be listening to. On paper sleepy hollow looked like the first series. We would throw underneath the bus as the new fall season started but it turns out. It's actually been very pleasant surprise mixing humor and also some good scares and is interesting series along with a great cast. I tended to round tables for this series at New, York comic con recently, and I had a chance to speak to along with other reporters Tomasson who is kebob crane and Caccia Winter who is Katrina. His wife. Talk about good the scenes where you guys. kind of communicate almost like in A. Dream kind of sequence. What's it like to do those? It's not really undervalued not really anything I had to do in my career before i. Visit Netherworld to have a witch. Explain what's happening in the real world. Fun and as the series progresses. There's a lot more grit. You start to uncovered more about. Katrina in crane. Outside. The network and and how they how and why they met. and their lives together in seventeen. Some some. On how that then affects what's happening now with the? Impending Apocalypse now, there's definitely going to be all. Facts the back story and. Get to know by Chena strapped. Put a bad reason why which is interesting twist coming out and I'm looking forward for for people to To get to know our history a little bit more. You'll? You'll. The the scenes where we stand the wells They. They'll have more weight to it because. Is. Not only important to see. Why it so important for you know it's important to know why that the relationship the marriage is such that? It can risk forgetting the apocalypse in order to save his wife, but then more than that. Katrina is one of the most powerful characters in it. She's a witch. She's the only one on the side of the good who can actually fight these demons properly. So it's fun seeing. Actually GonNA. Need. An Let's look at the humor in this series through the eyes of the actors. The pilot I didn't think that. Eight. Made it funny it's not true. Roy Moore. But yet to writers it acutely aware that. They can't write something as audacious as this. Without supporting it with some. Coming. At it self exactly it also allows. US to. Be. To be very serious about jug. Netherworld apocalypse characters can be very focused and serious on that. But the show is a home. Get to the game can give you a wink at the end of out an. Now, what about telling your relatives about what you were shooting? I remember talking to my mom we're choosing the pilot and she asked what we were doing that day and I was telling her about a man with no head chasing me around to the knacks and explaining the show in the ideas for the season a whole. And she just baffled. Should. Do. You want to do maybe some more Shakespeare or something. Because I. It's weird and I'm Cathy. Filbert agreed that. For such a long time before anyone. Saw It. Any attempts to describe it I had to finish with, but it's really good. Because I haven't worked out how to. HOW TO DESCRIBE IT? Even only three months ago when we were in San Diego comic con I mean just look back at the types of US trying to trying to get people to watch it. But it's really good. Now Ibadan is almost perfect a series he has a photographic memory and he's a swordsman. You feel he's too perfect and will we a little bit more of a weakness from it? I think festival he's very good at hiding his fear. I think everything is definitely there. It's just he's his pride won't let him show. And the second part of your question. That's definitely where. Katrina comes in. The stopped with Katrina, you get to explore different side of. The crane, one of the staples of the series so far is it Kebabs reaction to the twenty first century then? Yes it would definitely keep exploring that to fun not. it's also a very good wavered. Very, slight unimposing social commentary. Like that stuff in the episode few weeks ago about him with the donut holes in the fury about tax, which is quite true that the country this country was formed because a two percent tax was outrageous. and they're very so that you know to do with the With the. State of the wealth and pollution and Just lots of stuff that we can do with that as well as being. Very funny. And I think also a bit of a saving grace. Shirt I said. Without the humor, it would probably pull flat on his. Sorry. He addresses the two different versions of echoed that he actually plays. In this series. There's certainly a a different a different in coban that you see in the present and in the past. Which is fun to explore. Really. and it's nice knowing that in the present on with Nicole Buhari and in the past on with Cathy, a winter and our scenes a very, very different. But neither reese is more fuller than that still coast. To Explore I'm. I'm not method. I have watched this type of series always involves acting against special effects. We have an excellent makeup guide called Corey Castellano who is responsible for the punt, which saw in the first episode, the sand man who was brilliant and all of the monsters that you see coming up Thanks to him. He also brushes my bid. So yes. So wait we're responding to things like that. Now. This is interesting. Is there someone who doesn't seem to be who they actually are and both actors address that? It's fun second-guessing everyone. Because you know. Even in the pilot, you had John chose character who you think is a good guy and then instantly a bad guy then dies and in the next episode back, you can't really trust anything just because you work for the bad side doesn't mean that you're bad past that could be reasons for why you'd. Like Jack. Power in twenty four. Back and forth, and you think is batteries feeding not because it's working undercover and..

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"tony collado" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

07:59 min | 5 months ago

"tony collado" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"Thanks for your support Eric which is a writer of horror fantasy. We chat about some of his works including littlest death and afterlife fantasy and professor, which he's Miracle Mood cure tell us about the The miracle would cure is that your latest work that you have out right now? Actually, it's not the professor, which is miracle. Mood cure is a collection of short stories. He covers several genres. And was something I was asked to do by I publishing. So I sent them a selection of short stories that had been sold. Her had won awards. Couple of stories that had not been out by liked. And then they pair that down to I'm I think twenty five I might remember incorrectly what the final number was. And then they organize them and brought them out. So the editor was Elizabeth Angstrom. In the northwest quite a fixture wrote the. Definitive psychological treatment of Lizzie borden Oh. Wow. Yeah. She she's done a lot of stuff in fact, one of her one of her books just came out in film that's called Candy Land. had. Anyway, she was the editor the Guy who did the cover art Alan M Clark who is a he's a fixture and fantasy and science fiction as a you know, fantasy award world fantasy award winning artists. So that was Kinda. Neat, and then the cover just one finalist for the International Book Award for covered his nice and then the stories themselves WanNa finalist for the International Book Award for. Short fiction. No Great. But no, it's not my most recent I. think it came out in two thousand. Sixteen okay. What are you working on or what is the one that most people can get that? So a lot freshmen most recent one is little death and afterlife fantasy Oh yes. Yes. Yeah. Tell us about that while gladly how It's one of those stories that shouldn't exist. But a convergence of insanity brought it into existence. There's two titles the titles that it's out on an Amazon is littlest death a labyrinth of sold novel the working title and ultimate title as little as death and afterlife fantasy because it is A. Sort of unique sub genre of fantasy. I had been thinking about writing. Stories set entirely in the afterlife. The characters were denizens of the afterlife. I'm kind of in the tradition of letters from the Earth by Mark Twain. You Know Milton Paradise Lost Yeah it was for lighter tone a more humorous town but I shelved it because there's no place in the bookstores for it. It's a non existent genre in today's publishing or I shouldn't say that it's a high risk genre. Which makes it difficult to sell? Yeah. an organization called. The shadow spinner has contacted me and several other authors that I know and asked us to do media tie in books for a game called labyrinth souls and we all got together and we talked about it and initially I walked away from the project. I was. Working on another story that I'm still working on I got a phone call again from Elizabeth ECKSTROM. And she suggested that I do it because she was aware of other projects I was involved in. And she suggested that I could do my afterlife fantasy idea and that I could. Use. The. Book as any Oh a training tool I guess I had been planning project that would demonstrate techniques that I teach when I teach creative writing. which is a whole nother sort of story. It turned out that there were three or four things that she suggested that there are three or four birds that I could hit with that stone. So I contacted shadow spinners and told them, I would do it. And then I did it. I was a was a project that was unexpected, and then it went out and of course I think you contacted me because at one one order another one. has absolutely that that one the silver medal for the independent publishers publishers, they won the visionary fiction place with the international book. Award. And a bunch of finalist positions in various categories you know it's the story of A young. WHO's? Feeling disrespected. Because she's only allowed to bring back pyramid. Yeah her pride is in that. She brings back millions at time now millions I'm so she's got this sort of internal struggle going on you know the best death ever because I can bring back millions of souls or am I just terrible because I'm not allowed to humans. And the story is about her coming of age and. How she develops a sense of personal responsibility to. Her position to life. And I mean that literally to living creatures. So you know it was coming of age story it's. A story about diversity in the sense that. It touches. Many religious beliefs. Draws on. Folklore of a number of different cultures and. She has to deal. She has to navigate that landscape of spiritual metaphors but are represented by living religions. That's part of why I wrote it is because I wanted to explore those mythologies from the other side rather than from a the. Limitations of the physical. Existence. That sounds great. My this is Kenneth Johnson Kenny to my friends, and I've been speaking with Tony Collado of sci-fi talk about some of my career the bionic woman, the incredible hulk. The Alien, nation and a few other things including my new novel, the the Second Generation I. Hope you'll listen and I. Hope you enjoy it because sci-fi talk is the place to be listening to talk about a project were writing. It is kind of navigating through a lot of stuff too. So I can only imagine. So I I. I guess you had to do a lot of research on all these beliefs to and to kind of make sure you were trading on the right ground. I'm. I. Guess that's true but I'm lucky in that I have had exposure to many belief systems my first major in college before I dropped out the first time the second time I made it the whole way through the first time I dropped out I was studying comparative religion. You know when I was a kid I grew up in a very Christian community. But there were many flavors of Christianity. And then by the time I was a teenager I was exposed to more esoteric belief systems. And it's always fascinated me that the different belief systems at their cores they tend to have a very similar spirituality but then virgin terms of dog. Yes. Sure. Yeah. That's exactly that was fascinating. Let me ask you what attracts you to writing about to kind of you know kind of working in that playground of the fantasy, the afterlife, and and obviously there's some horror involved in there two of the. Yes. There is there are some dark moments in the story. That particular story I tried hard.

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"tony collado" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

05:17 min | 5 months ago

"tony collado" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"Yeah. Bad Man. I am C.. Three Po human. Sidewalk relations. High Amanda Tapping from if you one at Atlantic and sanctuary, you're listening to Sifi talk with Tony. Collado enjoy. Hi. Welcome. Once again, I'm Tony to Lotto. The book trailer for ignition has already been viewed over two hundred thousand times. One of the mysteries behind this novel is. Author. William Hawk. Qurqus reviews called para lacks an entertaining read at been called, tense, deep, and unusual by book bloggers across the US. This is a Prequel that reintroduces a young William Hawk before his world gets turned upside down through the discovery of strange powers. Parallels, opens with William Lying in pot peering through a translucent cover watching series of images from the power lex flicker on the ceiling above him. The last image he sees is of a tropical field. Suddenly. He is no longer in the pot and he finds himself in that field in the body of an ancient. Mayan. WHO's hunted by Spanish concrete dorks. For the next five, hundred breasts William Literally live in that skin and experienced apparel of another person from another time. The prequel follows William as trains to become the person he'll need to be in order to defeat pure evil. He's actually part of a five person team organized by the ancient engineer. Now. Who that is exactly is another mystery in this book. William is charged with learning empathy and compassion during what they call these brief snaps or tag along. That's living in different person's body in a different era in time with each one. William and his team including the girl. He loves grace take another step closer to achieving agent three status, which is a level up from where they are right now. And it once you get to that level, you receive enlightenment and are granted superhuman powers that they could use to change the world for the better. But not is all good on the team change agents that can advanced a level three only as a team, not as individuals and one of them hunter has other plant and ambitious. His tag along is in the form of sword wielding Easter door or the evil humanoid known as little. Hunter is intent on preventing the others from surviving let alone completing their attacking lungs and carrying out the ancient engineers grand points that was part of a a description that I got on this novel. So who is this mysterious author? That's a good question the William Hawks Series Brainchild, an accomplished inventor machinist and CEO Writing Under that pen name William Hawk. a life changing incident and spiritual awake sparked his inspiration for the story of humanity selfishness, and redemption. This book is unusual to say the least and this interview kind of journeys into that area as well. Very interesting idea for a book and series. Team how it all came about for sure. Oh. That's we're gonNA talk about You did paramedics as a prequel. When you already had ignition. So what made you decide to do has a has a pre to do a prequel rather than maybe a sequel to finish well. Start with I have zero experience in any. Pending any marketing. or any now and also ever and How it all came out really I can. Just about zero. Or because of how are happened I was. Inspired by a something beyond me and it was seventy. Back later, right the first three books and it was just nine five. Writing and it was just. Horrible. Board with information and and the the the original book or very complicated, very layered, very intertwined with. Extensively more material than what? Ended up in the one that wants to market same five. Characters, basically the same but a lot. More. Layered material in there with. Many different. Rabbit holes one can travel that it was quite an interesting experience for sure but gravitated to the whole concept of being able to literally jump into another person's body and experience and see what they he and I would think mostly it's in the past not crush. It was really..

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"tony collado" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

08:14 min | 5 months ago

"tony collado" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

"Sifi talk with Tony Collado enjoy. The dark is an interesting character study in Har, the main character of flesh-eating Ghoul who encounters and abused boy and discovers some of her lost humanity from the Tribeca Film Festival here from the director and his cast. Let's go to the red carpet and meet Nadia Alexander who plays Meena the Ghoul of the film. I mean, how do you deal with kind of getting into Menas head? and. kind having dormant emotions and then having them come to life a little bit. For me because obviously, we actually thankfully shot and most of the film was relatively we weren't doing all over the place. So it was I was able to kind of track. Relatively. Precisely. Kind of how how things are going to unfold as we shot it, which is always. A benefit is it sucks when you have to go from the back and work your way forward or you're doing it like because of the makeup and everything we had to kind of stick with. Okay. If it's this look, we're gonNA shoot these scenes and that was really helpful to me and I think in terms of getting into her head I really. For some reason I don't know why I tap into anger very easily as an acting like it's it's one of my more. It's just a natural emotion for me to fall into I. Don't know why but I think for me Understanding the rage and understanding the. Years and years and years of kind of built up torment, and then obviously meeting Alex how that breaks open and brings out the humanity. That to me was super fascinating and what I loved about kind of. Starting at the anger and working your way back So that to me was what I enjoyed the most about the role and was thankfully relative. And make up what was that process like for that would be I would wake up at like four in the morning and we would go to set and I would sit in a chair for two hours while my lovely lovely special effects. Make Marcus, works to wonderful when worked on my face. And it was a lot of blood and dirt and. Because basically, it was There's a prosthetic that kind of almost a superhero mass and then they would fill and. Broken this and they do all the painting and then I had these. Horrible. Stick on nails that always fell off and I couldn't any like physical stuff with them because they would immediately snap off. So I had I hated the nails I thought were. Almost like a retainer for the. T I thought that was going to be the worst it was hard. We had to do a lot of tanks. where I would take it out. So I could properly speak because it gave me a list. Nails that really got me. You don't even think about it all the teeth that's GonNa suck and I'm GonNa have a retainer and I didn't notice at context that may be like half blind didn't notice nails noticed every second. These please. and. How did you connect with toby? I mean how did you guys have any rehearsal time at all? Did we met over skype. He skeptics he's from La but it was a super easy. Quick kind of connection. He is almost exact age as my little brother and so that and he has the exact same sense of humor was literally it was like my brother is not an actor. But if he was I was like this is total would be so it was such A. Quick and easy way to fond because I was like I love to sense of humor. He had such a like sarcastic dry is great and it was super easy and he was amazing that sat around with his eyes shut surgery like twelve hours a day. If I was him I would have been like an insane person like throwing with the coke cans of people and he was so chill and so easy to work with. So that was like that was the best part was just coming to set and being like Oh even though we have actually a rather large age difference. On Super Super That's always failing. So you won best actress here last year and you're back in TRIBECA. What's what's it like this time around like? Oh, well, you know. I. I come into with Crown a sad hello. Yes. I'm here at one of our you. Know it's. I love ACA obviously last year was a huge honor and blame was really the first lead role that I never met has ever been seen by the world that I've done. So to get back kind of. Out of the game was. Really wonderful and very life affirming, and so I think I was super super excited to come back because I just think the festival is so cool and Indie and really embracing of artists and I I feel loved here when I come here. So I think that was the next thing is is is already last year even though I was like, I don't know what I'm doing there was there was a warmth and now this year they're like. Ashley. Challenge yourself obviously this is a very challenging role now I hate it Edson. I'd prefer to sleep if I could have a role where I just WanNa sleep the whole time that'd be No I love challenge. It's the whole reason that I became an actor is I don't want. To to make it easy, you know I think. What's great about being an actress who get to push yourself and live different lives all kind of sit around going Oh i, wish that I could have done. This could have done that well as an actor you sort of. Like I want to be rocket scientists then you get like just Lines and you're like, okay well, I guess rocket scientists but you're still just being able to inhabit complicated people in women especially, young women. That realm has kind of been dead for. Far too long but I think it's changing now I think for me as an Akron that mattis? Super. Special. I just really really gravitate towards stark interesting complex teen women and I'll keep doing it until I'm fifty five and they're going to be like your way too old to be flying teams. Well, congratulations. There's more SCI FI talk. So stick with it. Here's more sci fi talk with Tony. Tamalada. Films Writer director is Justin Peed Lanc. Journey I mean the short film came out in two thousand thirteen. So often exploited twelve actually. So it's like. Tell, take us back what happened after that. Eventually got this greenland. so that Was My film at Columbia I was at the Columbia University Graduate Film Program. Yeah I grew up in New York and. and that's actually where I met Florian. Privilege. Bruises on the. we're actually we. Were best friends. Now we've been. All of my shorts and So when we were doing dark of shores, it was actually kind of like a sketch because I hadn't really been in the hard. World. Record. So the short. I WanNa see I wanNA play with. Play with the things that I'm seeing in the future and see if they work. and then the short end up doing pretty well on the festival circuit. And got some attention and at that same time I was I was working on. skype short. There's there's a company in Austria name. Film which ended up using. I. Danny. Kraus the executive. Course was florins adviser in in Vienna and so he knew of our short saw it liked it asteroid described like she decided to take an hired Florian as a and then. Took on the dark has plans I featuring with them cash and. It's a bit on Unorthodox for for for an Australian film to have an American writer director. But but you know we you know we had some twist and turns originally thought we were GONNA shoot it in Australia. In German. We ended up actually naturally to me but teaming up with. I. Love. which is a Canadian production. Company..

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"tony collado" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

08:20 min | 5 months ago

"tony collado" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

"The End Sanctuary you're listening to Sifi talk with Tony Collado enjoy. I welcome once again, I'm Tony Gelato, Peter Sullivan returns to this podcast to tell me about his new movie cuckoo. The boogeyman set to premiere on the SCI FI channel in time for Halloween this one tells the legend of this creature in Latino folklore that kidnaps misbehaving children. Here's our conversation. Hi Peter I remember we talked about Salmon last I do. You again. You. Right. Off The bat I have to credit US or Per really concentrating on this. Latino. Mythology, a tyrone folk tale that we have everyone has boogeyman but the fact that you kind of concentrated on the Latino side of it was, I thought was really really. was that something that came to you or did you when you were writing this? Is that something you want to do right off the bat I was looking for legends that hadn't really been exploited in popular culture that we could. Sort of bring to the forefront for the first time and sort of introduced a lot of people to to something that they had not previously been aware of snow I in my research and I researched a number of legends from all across the world trying to find one that that not only work you know in terms of finding something new and exciting, but also suggested. Interesting Story. You know when we until we and and and saw how popular It was and yet a large. Segment of the audience was not aware of it. We thought. Well, this is you know we we've got exposes and and introduce people. To this because to me, it was incredibly showing an interesting and. Immediately a whole bunch of characters on Papa and everything was suggested by the very nature of this features. And speaking of the creature himself. In designing him, did you draw the legend or was it a mixture of some of your own imagination as well? I mean the the the engine pretty much suggested the character of the. I didn't want to change it. So duck very much to the sort of established in the follow from the approaching on the rooftop. To hiding under the banner of in the closet and glowing red eyes and taking the misbehaving children back to the chains and all of that came our research in the Well. You had a great cast I'm obviously familiar with the with Brian's work, Ryan Krause's work from charmed, of course. And but the the young girls were were fantastic. I mean you know it was Bella and journalists were just amazing and I. Totally. Believe they were sisters and were that good together. So when you were writing it, you wanted to emphasize that relationship right off the bat. Yeah I for for me, I've always always sort of had my own little motto if you will when it comes to the yourself and and that is for me, the story and the film should work to be done even without the supernatural elements even if you made a movie about the characters without the in it. Would still. Be. Something interesting there and. I felt that the dynamic between the two characters and how that? You know the the main circuit being under house arrest and how this relationship between the systems leads directly to that and how their relationship is tested, and also how gymnastics would've learned to step up and put it become a mother figure. You know in protective older sister going to sell all of that I thought were really well and and independent of the Supernatural Melles character is definitely she definitely alive or no? No she's not. So we had a we had a sign language consultant on that help out with that stuff I am hearing pair. So. a lot of that was sort of based on my own experiences and. You know I've done many many films in the not once have I ever done a film featuring a hearing impaired. Character. And I wanted to you know to I, thought that there was something you're to you know for the vulnerability of the character to explore, and I thought that you know by taking some of my own experiences and putting them into this show, it would make it even more personal for me. There's sort of like a a little thread kind of an image to rear window in Hitchcock's rare window is that. Intentional. Oh, absolutely. Intentional. It made it hard because when you're looking for homing location the minute you say, okay, we're GONNA do the window saying that means you're not on looking for the Euro House but you're looking for basically in Netscape and entire neighborhood that you can call because you need to have action taking place across multiple homes and and so we needed we needed to have a neighborhood that we had complete control over which which production and point is incredibly difficult. But from my standpoint, I love the idea that armies are being under house arrest fit very nicely into the the Taku legend Bacon's that you'll differently with misbehaving children and then you know having to investigate this. Without leaving I thought was an tremendous not. Yeah absolutely. I was really worked out. The way that was and it was I couldn't help thinking that when I was watching the film. which was cool. There's an interesting scene between mother and daughter in this and half the credit also. Actresses but but also Mary so or you know her work has the mom but essentially. I'm Latino. So it's kind of a conversation that maybe you don't think about, but it's something that plays out in our lives because. I was raised here in the United States and you do have the dual culture and there's a seeing that people will see between the mother and daughter where she quench. Kinda questions her upbringing a little bit about You know her her dual culture and why wasn't emphasize won't say anymore but I like that scene because it gave a game, the movie even more gravity and not only to me but I'm sure other people that have other cultures in their lives besides the American warranties. It was really good to put that in there. I'm hoping you know and this goes back also to the decision to make the Compared really I think everybody has a in the Sense of being an underdog on outcast and I think at some point or another everyone's kind of had that feeling where they don't fit in and and questioning that and if you with that and it's something that I grew up and and and still you know basically. You know even though I'm no longer A. Longer again, you know it's still it's still features into my life and I wanted to betray the characters on a way that you know no matter whether it's. Paramount or whatever. Then to kind of touch that in the viewer you know another thing is you know Mary's holds Rebecca is a single mom her husband passed away. Cancer and she's trying to make everything meet and enters her eldest daughter is under house arrest so I mean it just Everyday things that maybe maybe not every day but the problems that come.

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"tony collado" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

03:38 min | 6 months ago

"tony collado" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"It was a fun set very nice people that work for beautiful place I. one of the things that attracted me to film was film itself was big shot an area where. We just moved to my wife and I in upstate. New York and was eager to get into it. I saw that he sort of burgeoning zone community there and literally within a week, so we were there that I got this film so yeah, it was fantastic. No I hear you. My sister has a place in Ulster County so. Until this thing hit the endemic. We would go up there a couple of times during the summer and spent some time there. It's beautiful. Beautiful and it's also has a rich history really going back to pre pre revolutionary war days, so there's a lot of interesting things going on around the debtor on. Well the whole, no yeah I mean the whole notion of the Hudson Valley up there, you know. This it was. It was a a A thoroughfare for you know cargo and the Hudson River was a transport throughway. If you will so, it's a rich rich history was. A different stories in pails did you happen to act to it? Some of the and I use the word loosely special effects on the in the movie, just a little bit not too much, I mean we did a few things that not not a lot of that stuff is done in post production. You know. Yes, I mean I. I didn't but deepened do special effects now. So. Tell me about your director Pamela. At this is this is her first film. She has extensive experience as if I assistant director, but this is the first time she's calling all the shots, so I was like it was. It was great. People are often leary working for the first time. Director especially have been around for so long. To so many directors you. You Want WanNa. Call out the problems as you see him, but. You know I I've told people on this film films like this where you know whether wins or loses, it's not going to break or make. Universal Studios Twentieth Century Fox so sometimes. It's better when the stakes aren't quite so high. It's coming to direct, and you may not. You may not agree with everything. You GotTa let them sort of find their way. You know I find sometimes experiences like this in deadly legend, a great time to sort of you know say hey. I've been around and you move me round the way you need to, and we can discuss things, and but she had a good grasp on what she's obviously been on enough set so is. She knew what she was doing, but you know there were times where I thought. I'd do it that way, but. Hey, you know what when I'm the director. Get to make that choice. I think she had a really good congr- think she also had a really good grasp of the story and she was. You know which is wonderful. She was open to suggestions some directors. A lot of first time directors are not you know they're like no I gotta do it. This way envisioned it and I've seen. Slept on it and thought about it for months, and she was pretty good the adapted, but you also knew where she wanted things to be had how they wanted to be and and she stuck to that and you have to respect it. There's more of my conversation with Corbin Bernsen stay to. I'm Amanda from. One story at Atlanta and sanctuary. You're listening to Sifi talk with Tony Collado Joy! Let's go back to the conversation with actor.

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"tony collado" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

03:41 min | 7 months ago

"tony collado" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"Yeah. Bad Man. I am C. Three Po Human Sidewalk, relations. High Amanda Tapping from stugotz one at Atlantic and sanctuary. You're listening to Sifi talk with Tony Collado enjoy. Amy Groucho rose has a fantasy series called avalanche? That is part of my author. Profiles Degrees Magic and competition reigned supreme as we chat about adult. So avalon and I've always been fascinated with. Stories about southwest. Really going back to. Fellowship rankles his favorite of this whole saga because it's a quest. So I'm glad that this one is also quest. were a hero asked compost. Rather than being crisis. So what inspired you to take this? Stands from childhood. As quest is a child of tone, boy and that. My Mom told me that she saw when I was little guy who's being small that spots. My machinations constantly as a child guy out on quests and. This. Arise votes. On. When rainy and remember some of these things that I think it was so. To to put down the store wages ready May. And June she she doesn't up ready. Caught magical paces paces. I wish really existed because I rating kite Nah. Yeah. That's that's really how they hang about how she? The hosts story chapter to chapter is unquestioned. She has no doubt herself she. Grew. So, main character Charlotte, so it's a little bit about. Shaw is shine. She's just A. Go from village? She. Then might be something a little bit. Happy see somehow so sets. In, the neighborhoods on Pech Pat. They big this next door. Loss of strange events, he. Bishop. David Hi! and she is a south as in how in this match? While he cheated night, this place existed guy. And he has, she is not about herself. Johnny as she ends up fooling off and make friends that she does not ready able to make him in this house issues constantly. Being different. She sees head. Anyway as she goes on her quest, she knows more about her. Vanity not grinds. And she finds out about herself. vitiated finding out who her mother and father. And! She doesn't that she's. She's come about this loud and you find out how go ahead. And not so thing by by. So! She's trying to graduate to full guardians, ship or Guardian Hat Vata's. What's that about? Say. She ends up in the pace In athlons as A..

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"tony collado" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

05:38 min | 8 months ago

"tony collado" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"High mammoth tapping from. One thirty at Atlantic, the end sanctuary. You're listening to Sifi. Talk with Tony Collado enjoy. I walk in the Scifi Talk. I'm Tony. Tomato and like the welcome my guest today, and that Stacey bork she is the author of apocalypse five, and yes, it's about doomsday, but there's a force out there that might help us in case we ever in that dire situation, at least in the world of her novel Stacey Welcome to Sifi Talk. So happy to be here, tell us about the idea. How did you get the idea to do this this novel? Actually, that's a really funny story If you've ever seen the movie adaptation of the Dark Tower by Stephen King. There is one line in the movie that Matthew. mcconaughey Hayes says where he's look back over his shoulder and enjoy the apocalypse. And I was I'm a huge fan of Stephen King sitting in the theater, and I heard that one line enjoyed the apocalypse. And finding my head into have a pleasant apocalypse, and from there I didn't see any more of the movie. My mind was just worrying. By the time I left the theater I had the entire plot for apocalypse five laid out. Your it was..

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"tony collado" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

09:12 min | 9 months ago

"tony collado" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

"You're listening to Sifi talk with Tony. Collado is joy a milestone occurred when DC? Animation celebrated their tenth anniversary after making over thirty movies. Amazing in this special here from some of those who contributed taped near Comic Con. Bruce W TIM is an animation. Legend although he doesn't consider himself that he's just a man that believes in these characters and has worked very hard to tell those stories that we as fans wanted to see. I think it's constantly. There's always going to be a mix of both original stories and adaptations. We're constantly looking at things. If pre existence the at what are the fans what they they really WanNa see. We're the ones that are constantly in our exit polls that that people are constantly saying yeah. We want you to do this one but at the same time. Sit Down at the same time. We're costly talking amongst ourselves and say Oh yeah you know what we haven't done yet are? Here's a character that we haven't really focused on yet that we could do in terms of a justice. League movie are Batman Movie. Or you know whatever I think. There's going to be a mix of both original stories and adaptations. What about like alternate stories like Todd's monster that we well in terms of alternate universe type stuff The only thing that I can confirm it's already been announced as Batman. Gotham by gaslight which is the original else world story. I think a lot depends on how that one does sales wise Honestly Gods and monsters did. Okay wasn't great. So nobody's banging down the door to see gods and monsters to I. I've got a LOT OF INTERESTING FANS. Fancied really like it but not with their checkbook. They didn't but Gaza monsters is is really exciting for us to to be able to do different genre to do a more of a horror movie slash slash period. Piece thing yeah it was it was it was It was it was a lot of fun to try different shades. You know give us Batman but different shades of Batman so so hopefully they might be something along those lines again. Vote with your with your paycheck. With your with your. You know your one click button. Alan Burnett was involved with Batman. The animated series as a producer and was even killed by the joker one of the early episodes. He talks about the stories of the animated movies he enjoyed in that universe. Why really liked was different reasons? Small Movie Small Personal Story. It was under the foot and and it was just very beautifully told when I saw at comic on the larger screens I was I. Was you know you're looking at television screen? And you just don't. Sometimes you're you're you're you're making and when I saw on the big screen I actually. They had a second shot and I actually just stay in my seat and watch it again with less. People just wanted to see it again because it was a Beaut- beautiful director. That's so but I like them all to various degrees. I think they're all. I think it's amazing package. I mean I can't believe that done thirty and they're you know there's more pipeline nine other half dozen talk some involvement with five retired. So they'RE IN OTHER PEOPLE'S HANDS. It's great and for me. It was doubly great because I've worked on a lot of series. At-work DOWN Fifteen series. Some of them were eighty five episodes. Some of them were miniseries but I did not beat that grind anymore so When this came along it was an you're dealing and you're dealing with different every couple of months it's great and new characters just it was it. Was God something It's hard to believe I was on nearly ten years by was he's probably asked this question many times. But what character would you like to see featured that hasn't been so far? There's a lot that don't get enough respect that the dead man swamping But the one that we the one that we have not featured in any of that I would like to see done do perjury and So maybe someday Bruce had been working on animated series really since the Nineteen Ninety S. He wanted to take a step back from producing a bit. So James Tucker came in diversified help increase the attention to the DC animated movies but Justice League dark. Yeah that was a good game and get Matt Ryan to do. It was even more awesome. Yeah he's Great. Well a movie did well so the chances are high will do another one. And he's doing a seed w thing now. So he's he loves being. Constantine so he recounts some of the highlights of the animated films so far for him hard. Because I've done in continuity titles and of those probably I love justly dark but I think Judas contract was the harder nut to crack. Because that's something fans have wanted for a long time and it was hard. It was a difficult story to break and I think we did. We did justice to it. So you know Other than that. My other favorite one flashpoint was the first one they really but Assault on Arkham was probably a bigger surprise for me and I think I had more fun watching that with an audience just because it was you know we were following up a video game and I think that's really a lot of fun and it's pretty dirty and and tawdry so the continuity titles her what I consider a fan favorite. He talks about how they got started the continuity titles Basically were tasked around the time new fifty two. The comments were doing new fifty two. When I got the GIG I'm jumping back. But when I got the gig versus doing green lantern the series and I just thought I'd be stepping in and and keep you know doing the non con- you know. There was no continuity at the time we had a whole other script ready to go. Flashpoint was one of them and Unbound I did those two and then there was another script. We hadn't production and then our bosses from home video and animation came and said you know. Let's stop that we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA start a new universe. Basically that was a Monday and by Friday we had carried. It was that fast and so we had to use the new fifty two that was set up as a starting point but that was never the intention was never did. Just keep doing that to me. I used it as a way to have continuity around stories that needed some setup like Judas contract there were plans to do that as an isolated standalone. But there's no way to really you'd almost have to do a titans before that for me. The continuity titles have been great. Because there's way we've been using it as ways to introduce these let not lesser known characters but characters who may not have an easy green light with the home-video people you know we did justice league versus Teen Titans as a way to say. Here's the Justice League we'RE GONNA put teen titans with them as long as we had just again it. Everyone who is fine with teen titans and that did really well. Now they're like. Why don't you do a teen titans movie? Well I've been wanting to for years so but basically the approaches to build on each movie and to you know. Now we're at a place where we've done so many of them that you know we have a movie coming up where care. It's like the Marvel Universe where now iron man can show up in somebody else's movie and it's no one's going. Oh Wow this iron man. It's like Oh Yeah Iron. Man's there so that's what we're trying to achieve with the in continuity titles where people can cross over each other's movies we can introduce new characters and then spend the mall in an upcoming movie. I'm really looking forward to the death of Superman comments on. That's another one where because we have a continuity set up you know. We have a superman that we watched in a few movies We're able to bring characters that may not have made sense in a standalone movie I mean roosted doomsday the first one and it was just really impossible to say. Oh Hey here's steel. Oh Hey here's a radical leader whereas we have a framework now where we can introduce characters and there's some context All I can say about as we're trying to stay true to the to the feel of those stories even though even two movies doesn't cover the whole saga of the death and return of Superman. How does it feel when the impact of these reaches more than Flash Flash Movie.

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"tony collado" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

12:26 min | 1 year ago

"tony collado" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"San Diego and Miami. He seems to be back on track. Good job by the bullpen. Doctor back home runs and the Mets now inching back to five hundred. They can get their today whether permitting one ten start in queens, Noah Syndergaard on the mound for the Mets, and he'll be taking on Caleb Smith. Smith is really good. You know, I do three shows a week in Miami three. I'm on Andy Slater, six forty show every Thursday, Tony Collado, huge twelve and the man shows on Fridays and the Greek on nine forty WINZ on Fridays because I still love me and south. I'm gonna go back. Eventually, maybe anyway, news WABC, but they all talk about Caleb Smith. He's got. Talk about the next Dontrelle Willis next who knows though the bread penny the next Josh Beckett. The next quite young pitcher guy that came up with the ice just a couple of years ago. Let's get I guess for the day on e hall covers the Mets for yahu sports. Let's talk some baseball with Matt Matt happy mother's day Powell, welcome to the show. Haven't got it. Let's let's start with the the win last night. Back to back home runs is always great. But more importantly, we saw degrom, and you know, when you look at his pitches. Whether it's a breaking bowl a slider. He throws on average about five or six miles per hour harder than any other pitcher in baseball. And he's been hitting those velocity. So I know he was out with an injury about a month ago at three consecutive bad starts, but a week who believe after these last three starts that the Graham is kind of pissed. Early. It seems that I mean, the stuff looks a lot crisper and you just look at it. He looks a lot more. You know, just like he did in the past just in terms of you know, where he's locating the ball. I was able to go in the game kind of just three straight outings his seven innings in each loud. No more than two runs. Really? He does look like he got over a little bit of whatever that home. You know, whatever that little bit of issue was on through mechanically in those starts where he got hit up a little bit. Now, Cindy, going not been nearly as consistent to go against Cincinnati. He accounts only one in the game with the whole money shut them out. And then he's not so good as last. So it was pretty good before Cincinnati San Diego. What do you think is issue which synagogue inconsistency? That's a tough one to pinpoint because you know, the team really doesn't have a concrete thing. They put it on. I mean, sometimes, you know, send the Dr you know, the other night he seemed to just chalk up to a game where he didn't have it. But if you look at it seems on the whole, you know, e and really dominant start against the red to, you know, no disrespect to the reds. They don't really hit. He had a good start at home against the national. He had start against the twins. Even though the final lines in that on that one. He just gave up a few in the seven. But when you look at his other the other night against the Padres, really just he got hit around a bed. I mean, you look at the season what he's done in general, it just it's very odd. It's sometimes, you know, with no it's almost like, you know, so much when he came up with about his philosophy. What he threw that? Maybe you guys just Seve Lafi lot better than they have in the past. And you know, sometimes it just seems that for a guy with his stuff. He gets hit a little too hard. Green. That's my point. I mean, you had Matt Harvey come up, and he was magnificent couple of years, by the way he did pitch for the angels win yesterday over Oakland pool. Holes homered twice. He's still out them at Harvey. But he realized his potential short time the crime, certainly what the rookie of the year and the Cy Young, he's realized his potential Syndergaard not really that trade. They sent already Dickey won the saw young Toronto. They got no he's no longer a med, and they get synagogue like he was the real king of the deal, but he has not really realize that potential as the Mets to starter. I think I certainly think when you look at the the season he had in two thousand sixteen. I mean was yeah. That was fantastic season last years. He has not been I think what every everyone thought. He I mean, he had a three point eight last year. I mean subways it's got to send about I think it is one of those things of what where do people draw the line with him? Right. Like a lot of guys in MLB if they produce a three people be like, oh my God. It's fantastic. Where maybe was sending dart at something is he held a such a high standard that people think he needs to have like a two point five. I think you just made a fair and a great point. I think he is health to that Harvey glory days standard the ground glory days standard because you're right. He has a couple of pretty good years worthy of at number two starter. But I think you just nailed it in this to be corrected in that. I think some of us do have expectations. But some of the great years we've seen from Mets daughters. He's not there yet. Yeah. I think that's fair. I mean, he is certainly right now he's out on the he is not performing at that level where you would say he's an ace right now. Like like, I think people there's a lot of expectations that Noah Syndergaard should be ace. And I think no tell you that that he feels he can you know, knows he can be about a thousand does anybody. And I think going back to what you you mentioned like he just hasn't been on enough. Where like, you know, like, I said there was a time when I think you considered him Cole as on the staff, and I don't think right now, you would consider him no money whole joining us this morning. Yahoo sports you happy mother's day. Sit sports Sunday any what's the latest on months Vargas in terms of their return? They are hoping that match will be ready to go Thursday in Washington. They kind of botched that situation with not putting him on the I L immediately and Jason bar. Guess I checked in with him Friday said he's just doing a little bit of light jogging does not seem be full Lennox. There really is no time line. When he is going to return. So that just going to have Wilmer font start in his place and said, I don't really have a lot of opportunities for fifth starter. Anyway, the next couple of weeks subtle those amount of starts a couple of games wasn't terrible. The other day just a couple of runs and incendiary go. Let me ask you about familiar. He's back today. That he said yesterday in the clubhouse that he expected to be activated today, you know, you look at the catching situation, and you know, obviously Wilson Ramose is the better up player the needle. But he really hasn't been and deep bench simply need always better than Ramose. So unless Wilson Willie love it was issued. I wanted obviously the kit for Miami real Muto about I love the Ramose acquisition. I really did. But unless he starts to hit the ball more. There's almost as if the plane needle instead. Well, obviously having you know, that you mentioned they sat raw most to do a job. And you know. Yeah, it was good at the time. I still I do not blame the Mets one way for how they handled a, you know, the rea- mute discussion, especially with what Philly was asking for. But no, I mean, the Mets need their starting catcher better than a five. It's five seventy opium. He's been a single header he hit. I mean, I think he has about as many extra Bates had said that about I could be off by one or something. But like him Jacob Robbins, Noah Syndergaard. I have about the same amount of extra three three. I know. Yeah. Which tells you all you need to know. But no, the Mets need him to pick it up because they thought he could kind of be that right handed catcher, you know, give them a military presence. And he really has not done that at all. He hasn't been all that impressive by the plays defensively. So, you know, this is the Mets signed for two years to either guy, and if he's really gonna hit like this. I have a problem. They're back to square one. Then does like you mentioned Ronaldo defensive works is not good enough where you can just say, oh, well, let's take care of a defense. Jed Lowrie EuroStar this week. It looks like it. I mean, you know, he said he needed a few more rehab games. The team is not officially said. Yeah. When they expect in fact, but I think it has to be soon here because you know, he got a few extra at bats Sarah Hughes to get ready. It would not surprise me. If he is back at some point be in Washington or Miami next week back from Washington on Miami. In the next signed him to play the best hitter on the Mets. Almost two years now has been jumped McNeil sitting about three fifty again this year. What macneil when lower gets back. Yeah. He's gonna play. He'll just be the left fielder Lowry returning is going to be tough Fraser JD day or so just don't play all that much time. Frazier husband, just miserable Tupras last thirty. But JD Davis does get some big hits at times. It's actually one of those smaller acquisitions, I think when wagons some credit for so how much less will he play how much less he's not gonna start as often because I was to have JD Davis and. Let's say on days, they wanna get look at Brock's. And like, you mentioned the move McNeil the third base. Maybe Lowry doesn't play that day. So you know, he's going to become a venture player. And. Yeah, you know, that that's one of the moves. I mean, when you look at roadies off-season general point, I would say a lot in the movie made have not turned out very well, the JD Davis while I still think they gave up way to prospect for that move. Just in terms of what Davis has done for them this year. He's been a very nice edition. He's been the only one. I mean, Bronson has been a complete disaster. You know, obviously Brody was part of the deal that board. Todd Frazier here last year before he took over as the GM. That's been pretty much a disaster. I know the detailed in the local papers this week mutt. All the moves by van wagon. I like him. He's a bowls guy. Unlike the deal, which Yadel right away to get here. But if we're going to be fair, and we're going to judge by what has happened so far it has been disastrous for Brody. I don't know if I would use disastrous. But I do agree. Give most of the most not worked out at this point. I mean familiar has not been good Ron most has not been very good. When when you when you say, not very good. You'll being way too nice. Maybe ten million. He's been terrible. That is fair. But the yeah, I mean, even the ideas London to be can not hit as much as you would like at this point. And you know, when in a lot of ways that deal is only gonna look good if they make the playoffs in their contenders. I mean, if they go the next you, you know, depending on what happens this year. But you know, they missed the playoffs with that. That's what this deal is going to be based on because you know, there are a lot of people in the industry who thinks the kid they gave up calendar is going to be a future star. And you look at the stats. He's already putting up. I mean, Greta low able but the kid has superstar written all over. So last one man, and by the way, you'll great let's book this guy, again, not evolved. Here you who? Sports Mickey Callaway Mets don't make the playoffs in third place right now, which one hundred twenty games to go. I get it but door die this year for Mickey. Yeah. He he needs to have the same contention. I think all season long. I mean, I think if they if they kinda fade again if they're at a point where they're twenty under or something like twelve thirteen fourteen back into division. I don't see how he comes back, especially when one he was not produce guy to they've said they wanna win. And this will be the second straight year of where I think they really if Mickey I want to be in this all season long. I mean, certainly the other day while his job was not threatened. Clearly, there was a message in that meeting. We need to start winning now that this is not acceptable. So, you know, the one thing that worked, you know. It's funny. The other day, I was they have that meeting. Well, meeting look right before you play the Marlins, right? You know, you don't hear about meeting before you played the dodger. That's a great point although Billy's Joe, right? Jeff wilpon pick the good time to sit those guys down. Yeah. You had a chance when you have the nationals and the the Marlins for thirteen straight gave time for let's have a meeting. They have the last today's one. I mean, you know, the one thing right now is you know, the Mets struggled against a lot of teams. They're taking care of business against Miami. Which you know, if you can beat the Marlins, you're going to pick up a lot of easy wins along the way, no doubt. We'll see. What Don Mattingly feature down there in Miami. What Derek jeeter anyway, Matt e hall. Great job. Thank you so much mother's day. Come back soon, buddy. Enjoy the Mets happy mother's. Thank you to muddy hold. We'll take a short break. We've got a very exciting. Second and final ten o'clock hour to come your way. Denny beyond cool. He's got his picks TV wins dot com. Getting.

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