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Fresh update on "tony stark" discussed on Donna and Steve
"One. Oh 71 Everything entertainment Donna Valentine and Steve Patterson along with producer Rock lobster in the house. Good morning, everybody. Oh, Good morning. Hey, yeah. Yeah. Okay. Came across this buzzfeed article about Tony Hawk. You know, the famous skateboarder Oh, love, Tanya look great. Remember when he landed the 900? That was a really epic moment in X games history. That was really, really fun. Love the X Games that thinks makes me think of teenage summer. You're probably about the right age for that. Maybe that was a little after our time. I often forget how we're old. No, I I went to the X Games a couple years ago and was went down here It was. No Yeah, I was at U. S. Bank cars, clam. Anyway, so he's been posting these tweets about just encounters with random people who maybe are fans or who wonder who he is. So, for example, he, by the way, is at Tony Hawk on Twitter. So he writes the ESA agent checking my ID. Quote. Talk. Like that skateboarder Tony Hawk. Me exactly her cool. I wonder what he's up to these days. Me. This. That's great. Great response. Oh, my gosh. So fun. Another guy approaches him while standing in line at a coffee shop in Cancun. Him. My friend says you're a famous person. Is that true? Me? That depends on your definition of fame him. Will you show up on Google? If I search your name me? Yes. Him typing into phone. You are Tony Stark, so close. Oh, he's are so fun at a rental car agency can't find my name on the monitor to find my car, So I go inside and wait in life. Finally I get to the front agent sees me and says You really are Tony Hawk me? Um Yes. I was looking for my name outside on the list him. I deleted it because they thought it was fake. I'm surprised that he would put his I thought he would go Anthony Hawk. Yeah. Or anything That would just not. Yeah, you know, draw attention. Uh, pulling up to the drive through window. A girl starts to read back my order and stops herself Your Tony Hawk. Me? Yes, her. Can I tell everyone me, I suppose her Yo, we got Tony Hawk at the window voice from the kitchen. Who? These are fun. I mean, they just go on and on a guy at a New York deli was cutting meat. Looks up with confusion. You freaked me out. I thought you were that guy from the movie Ghost. Uh, me, Patrick Swayze. E him know his friend that betrays him. I'm cute. Oh, man you ever had somebody recognized in a weird way, Donna, where you're like, Oh, boy. We're doing this here. Yeah, or this is how they're reacting. Yeah, tell us it's usually if I'm checking out at a grocery store something and I laugh. Someone will go. Uh, how do I know you? Are you on the radio? You know, but never anything specific. I could be anybody. Somebody came to my house the other day. I think it was my dean's guy. Well, well, relieve reading. No, he was like Hey, you're from cool. Wanna wait, aren't you? I'm like no, that's levels. Nick. Lovely. She's great. She's the best anyway. Oh, boy. That's my Tony. Hi. I one time felt like such an idiot. I was going to target and there was And you know, target is it's like a community gathering. Right? So it's everybody's a target. And there were just a few times I was bumping into people and always very nice and lovely. And if you ever see me, please come up and say Hello, love chatting. That being said I was in a hurry. And so I was like, I just got to be focused. Keep my head down and get let's get stuff done. And Donna, I'm walking in the freezer section. You know how there's like a freezer in between you So you naturally have a distance from somebody and I'm doing that and I see a woman coming the other direction and I'm walking, so we were about to cross paths, right? And she looks over at me, and she just sort of like points or eyes get big and then she points at me like Are you and then, just like in total bag? I just You have to look at the camera for this one. Donna, I go like this as I'm holding my card, and then I just go. And then just kept walking. I smiled. I nod. It didn't say anything. And then we both just kept going. Like we don't need to say anything. And then I looked back. And I thought, Oh, you seemed so pretentious in that moment. No, not at all. Just like Oh, yeah. You're seeing it, right? That's me. Mm. Drink. It is little lady. Um, do your like, I just could have said, Hey, nice to see you. Instead of Mm. Whatever. Um this is sad news from the world of Pee Wee's Playhouse, John Paragon. He was famous for playing Giambi, the floating head Genie in a box on Peewee's Playhouse. He passed away. He passed away at the only at the age of 66, which means he was My age. A little younger, just a little younger when he was doing Giambi and we just loved Giambi. He was just great Mecca. Lecca. Hi, Mecca. Hiney ho, Uh, it turns out he actually died in April, according to TMZ, But folks are just now finding about it. The cause of his death is unclear. But he was really wonderful. He actually wrote several episodes for Pee Wee's Playhouse and worked with Paul Reubens and writing Pee Wee's Playhouse. Christmas Special Way Back in 1988 Got an Emmy Award nomination for that best writing in a Children's special He also actually made appearances on Seinfeld enacted in movies, including the Frog Prince Eating Raul an Echo Park, But I thought to just honor him as we learn about his passing, we might play a little bit in case you need your memory to be jogged. Here is a scene where peewee needs to go and call on the powers of the great Giambi..
How Does Captain America's Shield Work?
"The official marvel comics database says that Captain America's shield is a metal disc that's approximately two point five feet in diameter and weighs twelve pounds. But Rhett Lane at wired magazine did some math and figured out that it would be more likely to weigh forty three point nine pounds despite the shield being made of a unique alloy combining vibrant. NEOM, which is. A fictional metal steel in an unknown third component. Elaine also figured out that the density of the shield would be somewhere between eight, thousand, seven, hundred, sixty, seven, and four, thousand, three, hundred, eighty, three kilograms per meter cubed. That is somewhere between the density of iron and titanium. Now in the Captain America Comics Story goes that Dr. Myron McLean was attempting to replicate Hercules Golden Mace fusing. Vibrant NEOM with an experimental iron alloy some say it was a steel alloy but even McLean didn't know what it was because he fell asleep when an unknown catalyst was introduced to the process he was never able to duplicate the process. So the government painted the disk and gave it to Captain America. But how would you forge such a thing? Especially since metallurgy is so complicated just The forging temperature alone depends on the materials carbon content. It's alloy composition maximum plasticity in the amount of reduction required. Was it heated by induction or by continuous fuel fired furnaces with material this unique you'd have to carefully control the heating process. Now, Ford ability is how easy or difficult material resists de formation and since Captain America's shield is indestructible, it would have to be a very Narrow forging temperature range meaning it could only be forged for a short time after heating with metallurgical factors like crystal structure chemical composition in grain-size at play the only way McLean could have diminished their influence would-be by adding alloying wants possibly compounds that easily dissolved with the metal. There are all types of elements that could have been introduced, but it's likely the captain America's shield was forged. Like a super alloy, this is how metallurgist refer to iron base nickel base in cobalt based alloys. Specifically, the ones that offer very high strength at high temperatures. These really high strength metals and iron based grades are the least difficult wants to work with. So that would narrow down Mcclain's experimental alloy to iron super-alloys are really difficult to forge because of their narrow temperature range you can't. Even use regular sizing presses in hammers on them because they will deform. They even wear down the tools designed for forging them pretty easily. They're also extremely expensive like ten times. The price of carbon steel sounds a lot like captain America's shield right. But how do we explain the shields ability to absorb kinetic energy supposedly from the vibe rhenium in the alloy usually materials absorb kinetic energy. Through other mechanisms like plastic or elastic deformation or dynamic fluid flow but cap shield doesn't seem to be an elastic metric material and it's not organic like polyurethane in the movies it actually seems to reflect vibration rather than absorb it like when thor hits with Mueller in that first avengers movie and the shockwave flattens a whole forest. Perhaps that was because the shield reached its absorption limit. Another thing that's tough to explain his how aerodynamic the shield is. If it really weighed forty three point, nine pounds, it would be difficult to throw even for a guy in peak physical condition like Steve Rogers the comics Tony Stark actually puts electromagnet under the shield to help control it in mid flight but captain America later ditched them because they upset the shields natural balance it seems like the soldier and the shield are made for each other.
Process Tools for Amazon Sellers with Will Christensen
"Ladies and Gentlemen Boys and girls Mr Mann and whoever else is listening. This is the ten K. collective, because part of the family of mazing podcast. You can see the decals behind me. If you're watching the video and today we're with woody will christen of data was a mason dot com, who are the experts at automation and integration that we're going to plunge straight in on the tools Amazon says will welcome back to the show. Thanks it's good to be here and let's deal with these tools for Amazon. Tell us I used at prosper show while ago, so that was really cool. You're obviously aware of how the world works settlers. What are these tools that you can share with us? Honestly tools are. I kinda Geek out on tools. I'm in general I'm kind of a software nerd. NERD had an assistant who came to me once and said you know. Will I feel like you are an individual? Who is the Tony Stark of software? Like you're? You're just in the middle of all of the tools, so I'm going to mention a couple here and I'm GonNa give you like a one liner. Here's the tool. Here's why I love it. So, honestly, the one that's kind of up on my screen right now and so it's kind of in my face is slack and I find that a lot of Amazon sellers haven't adopted slack yet, and the reason I think a lot of them haven't adopted. Slack yet is because they haven't realized how inefficient email and just regular Google hangouts is. I find a lot of people using skype to communicate with their with their as your different individuals that way I love slack and its ability to create channels to create a context where everything goes. Basically, it's an instant messaging platform that allows you to do direct messages back and forth between individuals, and then it allows you to create public and private channels where you can discuss things like key metrics that the businesses going on, and it gives. Gives you a way to keep the context of the conversation going so for example we have a slack channel access needs and anytime someone needs access is something they go into that channel. They Post. Hey I. Don't have access to this Amazon seller central account. How do I get access? And then we go through that process to to figure out exactly what that looks like an and get it where it needs to go if that makes sense. Absolutely I'm just discovering. Slap myself. I'm very guilty of using. skype is the primary meeting for communicating with Va's and. It's OK until you get to the point where you try and dig into some information from weeks ago and then it comes. That's the thing like I'm short video about this. Did I even tell you about the? What was the link for that again? And then you nightmare? You described so elegantly before. Say Anything that helps you get organized. Upfront is a great thing for sure so my. Virtual Assistant. I when we use like I have an entire channel dedicated to the video. That I create for her so I've I've I use a another tool. WE'RE GONNA mentioned hair called screen cast, defy and screen cast if records videos and drops those videos into Google drive folder us another tool called. Zap, beer to automatically pick up those videos and push them into a specific slack channel so anytime a record video i. literally title it in a certain way pops it out into the Slack Channel and tells her what she's supposed to do with it a minor. That is just loving this. Because I use screen falsifying. I've used got a lot of videos on. There are US or got slack now of it up I haven't really been vigorous into my stuff I'm like Oh. Wow, I could do that I can say totally see how that would save me that. The assistant 'cause batsman three days and guys Mike, whereas all yeah got to send it. T- sorry. This is behind the. Title to get up and so I've got it. Set up now so if I don't put the word in all capitals private in the title of the video, it automatically goes to my va, and says hey. I was too lazy to title this, so please Bug me about what this video's even four and where it should go, so if I record a video, it goes to her period unless i. I write in all caps in the title private. Zapper is totally capable of listening for that word private and be like. Oh don't send this to her. So if I wanted to like, make video from partners, talking about everybody salaries or something like that I wanted to be a little more private. A totally could do that and I made Zap, Zapper drop it into a channel and away it goes and. And then I'm not hunting through a thread of threads imagine how much conversation goes back, and forth between me and my executive virtual assistant, its way to have channels man I would be in all sorts of trouble, so I try to use direct message communication with another individual I. Try to define those channels and say this is information that we're probably not going to need again. This is about chatter about. About. What's going on if I have information that we're going to need to look up again? I try to create a channel the to associate with that client, or whoever else it is, so we've got a lot of channels. Assist I'm not going to get a bit overwhelming I? Guess, but at least it's a lot less everyone undifferentiated stuff. Okay, so we got slack. Go Screen! Falsify because up here. What else your faith tools, so another one is the tool we're using right now to communicate zoom and a lot of people have heard of zoom, but maybe it will especially now they've probably heard of zoom, really powerful, very stable tool in terms of of video calls and getting face to face with people and getting some of those other pieces out of the way I just really appreciate. How stable is they've run into their growing pains, but even with the growing pains. It's outpaced several others that I've used.
7 Trivia Questions on 'Iron Man'
"Question number one. What real life billionaire inventor and recluse inspired the life of Tony Stark in the comics question number? One what real life billionaire inventor and recluse inspired the life of Tony Stark in the comics question. One question two. What three letter school did Tony Star graduate from at age? Twenty one with multiple degrees number. Two what three letter school. Tony Stark graduate from at age. Twenty one with multiple degrees question number. Three Mickey Rourke plays what villain in iron man to question number? Three Mickey Rourke plays what villain in iron man to question number four? What does the J. stands for in Jarvis? Which is the J stand for in the acronym Jarvis number four number five pepper potts? His real first name is after which of the original thirteen colonies number five pepper Potts Real? First name is after which of the original thirteen colonies number six? And what decade did iron man? I appear in Marvel comics question number six. In what decade Ironman I appear in Marvel comics number seven who disintegrates into iron man's arms at the end of infinity war number seven. What character disintegrates in iron man's arms at the end of infinity war number seven
Bizarre 'Cyrcle Phone' Surprises at CES 2020
"So interesting. So circular so the circle phone made the rounds at C. E. S. US thinks Jason Hall for reading that Dadjo circles spelled C. Y. R. C. L. by the way sue not in the traditional. We'll method that you would spell it in English It fits it fits android nine into a circular display kind of clumsily Has To headphone jacks one on each side. So you could have it in the middle of you and a friend gas and just enjoy the circular killer display right there in In your hands it aims to come to the market in the next twelve months And it was first I launches a kickstarter in two thousand fifteen. It's been development since then there's no price yet There's a Hashtag which is be non Rectangular in non is B. E. N. O. N. there's no E. At the end of that And I just I want to say that this bears a striking resemblance. It's to the sailor moon broach that she uses to transform From a regular old school girl are all into fighting evil by moonlight. So there's that going for it but other than that I mean it really is just a a circular well. It's it's like it's like an enormous watch. The disk lasers in a circular chassis and then like the chassis is just circle tip for the novelty of the shape. Yeah I don't I don't see it but I I like these kinds of efforts because I have to believe that this is not the most efficient way to carry around computers and digest information. I don't know if that's circle is it but I I'm hoping someone when figures out of a better shape by this time. We thought we were going to have risk computers. And then we realized that's actually not really not as convenient or the foldable. Scroll computers computers well or the or the hard light projection. Tony Stark kind of you know like the thing that just ended you interact with it. And there's nothing physical. So there's the shapeless shapeless approach which is dead maybe the be all and all of where technology is heading for personal computing I don't know maybe I'm just so used to it but I feel like the rectangle. Tanggula approach is probably the more I don't know it's it makes a lot more sense to me nuts. Because that's what we've been using for the last wouldn't that if we we go three hundred years into the future and we're still staring at rectangles in our hands yes right posits. I Wa- at all I. It's funny because it's like we look at Star Trek communicator. And that was like the thing that inspired a generation and I often eyesight this. The expanse switch season four is on Amazon right. Now it's really good it's great show yeah But I want and we talk all the time I want a different paradigm. I want a different way. Ah I love the cylinder with the Rollout Stroll kind of style foldable screen or rolling screen. There has to be some different way to interface with this stuff Other than the same stuff we've been doing for for because essentially we're doing we're looking at a screen. which is the same thing they were doing back in the
AR's Role in Industry
"Finally today as you know I recently got religion about augmented reality. Check in a work setting expecting that soon. We'll cer headsets all over factories construction sites farms. You name it but you know. Let's go full cyborg on this According to ZD net robotic exoskeleton from single joint systems to fool body kits are starting to make headway in industry street and the military not to mention hospitals quote while medical uses aim to assist with rehabilitation or help people to move who would otherwise struggle struggle in the commercial world. Robotic exoskeleton allow human workers to carry heavier loads than they would otherwise or work in uncomfortable positions such as with their hands overhead ahead for longer periods before feeling strain and fatigue. There are two main types of exit skeletons passive which don't have motors or actuators and powered which do passive exoskeleton can help support the wearer's body and redistribute weight and physical stress while powered exoskeleton are typically used to amp up up a workers physical strength allowing them to move or carry heavier weights both are starting to spread in industries that require workers to do repetitive. Hard physical Labor vehicle and aviation manufacturers are among the first big name adopters BMW. Audi Ford and Boeing have already started rolling out EXO suits Ford announced last year that it was rolling going out passive EXO vests from EXO bionics across fifteen of its plants to quote help. Lessen the physical toll that their job takes on a worker's body when they're asked to do over headwork according to Ford. The suit supports the employees arms as they work overhead and gives them five to fifteen pounds of lift assistance and quote and again according to the peace. These things are coming to construction sites as well which makes me hope that someday. Okay I'll be seeing folks in one of those MEC loaders like Ripley in alien. But what about Tony. Stark iron man suits maybe for the military gary quoting again smaller units rather than full body systems may be the first to be rolled out more substantially by the military the US Army is trailing Lockheed Martin powered exoskeleton the onyx which is worn on the leg to reduce the load on the user's needs as well as the exit which does a similar job for the ankles Ryan whitten a senior analyst at research predicts in the short term passive suits will be the main bulk of exoskeleton deployments and that the industry three is another twelve to eighteen months away from seeing suits rolled out in their thousands and tens of thousands. And
"tony stark" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool
"In a world that has changed forever ease encountering a brand new character the marvel cinematic universe mysterious played by gic John Hall also known as Clinton Beck and day isn't this movie Jacob Battle on the Kid plays net is back Samuel Jackson until May Kobe's folders Jon Favreau J. B. Smooth Martin Starr who you probably most recognized from Silicon Valley the Castro Spiderman homecoming is mostly back. Obviously Michael Cookie in his character of the vulture is in jail got a pretty good scoring around tomatoes score on metacritic sixty nine percent metacritic which is pretty decent. I like that ninety percent around tomatoes as well good audience score. I think ninety one. I think it's a top ten M._C.. You movie. I absolutely fucking loved it. Shout the big Joe Hall Mysterious One of my favorite marvel characters already <hes> we'll get more into his character shortly and what he does and his future but I it was it was excellent. It was very funny. Eh It carved out its own niche homecoming kind of paved the way for in the Marvel Cinematic Universe has its own style has don't feel it doesn't feel like it's just a paint by numbers formulaic MC you movie movie Tom. Holland is the Best Spiderman <hes> that's just my opinion but I think he's the best spiderman hands down. He's these the embodies the role and what the neighborhood friendly neighborhood spider man neighborhood watchdog young kids should be he's fond an awkward goofy and then when he slipped into the role is kind of a bad ass <hes> while the start to finish flowed well some shocking things we gotta talk about. One thing in particular sets up the next phase of the M._C._i.. Perfectly because spider-man's GonNa probably the biggest part of it you'd have to figure or and the future Spiderman care you haven't met yet <hes> like the Osbourne family. I'm obviously ask Corp when I love this vitamin far from home ninety one out of one hundred from ninety two out of one hundred from the audience I gave it an air bumped down two point eighty nine out of one hundred <hes> we talked about it nonstop nonstop on this movie or on this podcast rather <hes>. It's really really hard to make a sequel to a successful movie and because it's no better from the start like you have a bar that set super high that you need to exceed in order to be clean be called successful and you know I thought it did. I think it was like on par if not slightly better than homecoming and you know it just it hit every mark you wanted out of the I would say anything marvel especially post game which is such an essential phenomenon in its own self and it. It's it's individual which has gone away like has a. Very unique flair which is what I think sets it apart from a lot of other things in the M._c.. You <hes> s effects were great. <hes> the suits regret the chemistry between the cast is great. <hes> Jay Joan Hall really I I had super high hopes which is kind of like problem going to a movie for his performance and like so. It's really easy to be let down and he did it fucking nailed it man. I mean that's really really tough coming into the M._C.. especially as a big name actor that's been kind of doing more especially lately low level Paul Dano independent movie shit and just fucking nailed on a big budget film and he did it and you know go see eight. We're GONNA talk about more the wounds part I really WanNa talk about in spoilers but <hes> yeah it's it's great. You should definitely go. Watch it yet. <hes> giving the ninety. I thought it was very very fun. <hes> as firemen was very far from home so up to that <hes> eat did a really good job in there were parts where I think I felt like I wasn't. I'm GonNa like it that I did actually end up liking it which relate more to the spoilers but they captured the whole. This is what I really like about what they're doing with Spiderman is they're capturing. The whole aspect of hinge is being dumbest goofy high high school or very well. I guess that's easier to do when your high school Peter Parker's not twenty eight years old coming into the movie that that's an overstatement but it's not it's not just Tom Hall and it's the supporting characters chooses well. I I really liked and take on M._J.. Thought she did a great job in this movie both also and it's funny because she's also really great euphoria where she's also playing a high schooler as well and she not too far off from that age which is twenty two twenty three something like that <hes> but she nailed it. Everybody nailed. It was really good way like we said to cap off this phase of the M._T._a.. You I don't really know how much that means but it does feel like it sets up something to go forward in the future the the capping thing often the leading into the next phase is kind of the most important thing here for me in terms like the big picture because you don't WanNa movie that worries too much on making sure that it succeeds in following a veteran game and leading you into to what's now a very important thing for the studio you don't WanNa make sure chips over that and it didn't but at the same time you also a fan of the A._N._C. wanted to set it up well and it did that tough talk about anything so if you haven't seen spider man from all I would skip ahead around here to avoid spoilers for Spiderman far from home skip to one twenty three twenty two on the street recording this or not in my apartment late at night someone ask a random person on the street. <hes> what do you think about Guy Fieri good or bad <hes> great okay good. That's a random person. I don't know if they confirm guy. Fieri great all right spoilers for Spiderman far from home. Let's start off with mysterious. That's kind of the big thing. The mysterious twists comes halfway through the movie. It shouldn't be too much surprise of mysterious villain. He's part of the sinister six. <hes> incentives for sticks is going to be a big part of this entire cinematic universe. You also had <hes> Newmont Oscar. I don't know how to say his name. He played Dmitri and there's rumors that Dmitri is the chameleon who is kind of like a shape shifter who can change his face basically I'll I'll like mission impossible uh so he could be a part of the sinister six as well. We have to have a vulture Michael key in you saw Scorpion and the last movies willing on a postcard scenes so mysterious a big part of that. I think he's still alive <hes> you you have the twist midway through or it becomes evil eastward for Tony Stark it connects back to bar which we first started civil war <hes> They Kinda funny scene where Joan Hall was behind the scenes with <hes> Tony Stark when he says bar in front of the entire <hes> M._I._T.. Crowd and you see the kid who plays Ralphie from Christmas stories back. He got yelled at by Jeff Bridges and the first movie E._M._C. you iron man. He's back in the movie. That was a fucking really cool callback a cool callback that that wasn't like punch over the face fan service and if it in the movie perfectly in a made sense I love that <hes> and then in the the end you see him. Take those glasses the glasses <hes> that Tony Stark wanted to hand over to Peter Parker that control all the stark tech <hes> he takes him over Fight Spiderman Spiderman beats him but at the end spiderman and takes the glasses back in the immediately gets the rights back to us <music> edith which to me he didn't take the transfer back and I'm curious if it's built into the system that automatically goes back to him if he puts them on however he had to like give permission to give them over to Quinton back and then his just worked for him so leads me. I believe that mysterious had some shit set up because Ralph MMA Christmas story his character also downloaded all the illusions and all the drones stuff and left right as mysterious was quote unquote dying at the end of <hes> at the end of the battle pre post credit students will get into a minute so I think mysterious still alive. I thought Jake Jones a great job. Portraying the character is like a hero in the beginning and a mysterious character and then turning into a pretty angry nerdy tech villain <hes> mysterious kind of a weird character <hes> I I think the illusion of effects illusionist and the comics and kind of get here is we're like a Mo cap suit so overall the mysterious twist all that I thought it were perfectly. I was a big Fan a question about mysterious. I just thought of why did he. He said to a fury right that he's from an alternate dimension right like that's the whole setup that's earns furious trust why did he introduce himself with his government nate which he also used to develop stark tech one of the biggest private military contractors tyrod vary not Google and be like Oh. You're you're a developer of software for the world's biggest defense contractor so that's the only thing I don't know like is sexual in Quebec. I can't be right 'cause like he said all the people in like like his crew or whatever all new Quentin Beck so I'm only assuming he didn't change his name only for their purposes. Yeah I would like to know that that would be something interesting to find out also. That's the other thing so I guess let me I'm going to skip the mid credit scene. Go to the end credit were revealed that Talos the scroll and his wife actually playing theory and Maria Hill the whole movie so maybe that plays into it so this I didn't know Robbie. Fox told me this today the trailer when they're revealing Quinton Beck's for another dimension he he says he's from Earth just not ours. That's what Nick Fury says but in the moving it's changed and he says he's from Earth just not yours so he actually says that. There's a bunch of hints throughout the movie. That's definitely not nick fury and that it's a it's a scroll. He talks about the cree sleeper cells. He kinda emphasizes the looks can be deceiving. He has a couple of wines that are just not nick fury lines <hes> and when you go back and I saw it again something like three times now you kind of pick up on those things and it's kind of funny laid them in their subtly but you could pick up on the fact that that isn't actually nick. I just think that they should have done this. Is My one gripe with with Beck as a whole characters I think they should have done a better job. Establishing how he was able to wipe his entire identity Wendy off the face of the earth and come come clean on the other end because like they always make shield and like nick fury and all of his assets something that's like insanely overreaching global proportion surveillance like they are able to put together like the shield project insight for example in <hes> winter soldier they will put together like he's algorithm second hunt down every single person on earth that based on like what their future actions might be like all his crazy like facial recognition shit and they couldn't figure out that this guy worked. I star Trek like so that is one thing where I just. I really wish that they did a better job of explaining how he was able to wipe himself completely off the face but he may not have which which is which is a fair which is a fair point but you now because John Watts the director mentioned that part heart of the fury thing was they need to figure out a way to have nick fury get duped and he's like nick fury is undo capable. He is so what they he's like. I think the best thing for us to do is to make half off world and he's a scroll and the scroll role is imitating and we do a very good job being victory but doesn't quite have all the nuances of Knicks rape you bring up a good point. Could he still could be in a database and I'm curious. I'm imagining it's something they do address because as you know they end up addressing everything pregnant clear it gets duped a lot a lot of lot actually like they always joke around how he never trust anybody but like you get stupid. Winter soldier gets duped in age of old drawn. He gets duped like a fair amount in the even the ones after captain marvel so I I just thought that there was there was some way they could have at least explain it because the whole scene where in vitro you talked about the slow like the big reveal right <hes> where Quentin like <hes> they owe hog Rasco away and he's talking to his team for the first time as like the actual bad guy and like explains a lot like the expedition in that scene they <unk> show how everything came together and I was expecting in that point <hes> some you know just a hint as to how that happened yeah. I didn't think about any of that because I'm an idiot but good points.
"tony stark" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"I'll use a fractiousness money to tackle, this very specific issue that would help the entire world that isn't as like I mean, it's commendable that he wants to do that. But why don't you could put a lot of money into like a school district or something else in, like, have real real world affects? But again, you know you wanna play God this kind of nothing. Yeah. I'm like, of course, he wants to be God. I dunno. It's commendable there when I saw when I saw endgame, I saw it with my brother and as Tony star. I mean it's not spoiler anymore like as Tony stark laws. I don't know anything about ventures your what why it's a spoiler. Okay. Spoiler alert if you have seen adventures. Skip ahead. Most popular in the history you can do it now. I don't care. I just wanted to save people as Tony stark because I'm dying, you know, my brother lead over to his needs. Pays taxes, as like, no, we should do him his death. To pay his taxes. Also the footprint coalition sounds like a rebrand for the foot clan from Honda's for sunlight. What's really going on renter? The footnotes coalition footnotes goal is okay on that. We'll take a quick break. We'll be right back. It's me Jack from work. Oh, dailies. I gather anyways, have you check it out. The economist, of course, you're talking about the weekly magazine that offers insight opinion in international news, and US and many.
"tony stark" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"I have not said I liked Infinity more more than game. But yes. Moment of endgame, follow hill, and not Tony stark style. Not the funeral. Not Natasha, Romanoff staff. Not even the bid at the end with happy early burners. Is it the bit where Steve shaves his beard? He doesn't even get a sendoff. Okay. They could have kept his beard for that bit kept his beard, like duck old. Although the arts and bits if you go back and look at Infinity, some bits the beard is clearly fake, and they've just kind of just stuck it on the last. Chris Evans, whose a man partly grew up beard, over lunch hour aid, but then he was clean shaven for different role. Maybe everywhere. I just down there. He's been waxing America's. Maybe maybe. Saddle topic anyway. So, so the buck. Mytalk five. There's probably all three caps, even there's probably original vendors even now and there's either Infinity war game. I don't know they're all they're all in there somewhere. Okay. I can't I can't tell I can't tell what this is is for me. I loved it. It's an incredible film. It's an incredible experience in the cinema as well. And is the only MC you cry. And it's three times which is really, really weird. First time I saw the film. I didn't I didn't cry per se because you guys know this, but I saw it at the world premiere in Los Angeles. I was just a little bit, too, all by the whole experience like Robert Downey junior in diesel was Jamie mckelvie who designed the captain, marvel costume in the COMEX, which they use for the film is here tonight, but he was also there as well. Jamie. Carol COMEX Illinois. Also lady not appear in this film. But the second time I saw this movie on about six hours sleep destroyed, as literally just woken up onto cinema and. Yeah. Everything Tony stark. Did everything. Tony stark said in the second time, just destroy even the funny stuff last time he's going to be funny..
Casual vs. permanent part-time: Discussing The Part-Time Penalty
"Cardiff. Martha JIMBO is the economic research director of the indeed hiring lab, we've had her on the show a bunch of times, she's kind of like, the indicators labor market guru or sense, a labor market that's been. Golly. I don't know. Stacey I have called Martha and her team all the names, the indeed hiring lab has been referenced on the show as the vendors of labor market data. And yet you have not yet seen L E vendors totally fallen down in my duty to keep up. There are a lot of vendor movies drives his defense. And I mean, honestly, I haven't seen the new vendors movie either. But it turns out there is kind of a connection between the avengers and the analysis of the labor market that Martha has just completed it has to do with the nature of part-time work. Oh movie idea the avengers go part time. I wonder how Disney would field aren't a lot of the avengers part time as it is. I mean, Tony stark like he like an man he's like part time running a giant not national corporation part. Being a playboy part time saving. Planet earth fulltime making Disney a ton of money time making money. Yeah. I mean in a certain way like the superheroes. Noah lot about parts. True. Just as it is. But it could be an sequel idea studios. Call me, but part time arc, you know. It is a big deal in the US, especially given how many people in the past decade had to take part time work, even though they wanted a fulltime job. Also because of how part time jobs are compensated and the distribution of people who end up getting part time jobs so today on the indicator from planet money, Martha is going to guide Stacey meet through some of the economics of part time work that is coming up right after the break. Support for this NPR podcast and the following message. Come from Jimmy, the regulated exchange making it easy to add bitcoin and other crypto currencies to your portfolio, protecting your investments with insurance oversight and cybersecurity open a free account at Jim ni- dot com slash indicator. Support also comes from American Express you want to build your business. They can help build your business with financing solutions for eligible business customers the powerful backing of American Express don't do business without it. Terms apply. Visit American Express dot com slash business. Martha gamble along with her colleague, Nick bunker, just finished an analysis of part time work in the US. So workers are considered part time when they work you're than thirty five hours a week and Martha's it's really important to understand the nature of part time work because quite a few people work part time, including a lot of people who would really rather be working fulltime as a share of all the people in the economy. Who work or who want to work? The number of part time workers who would rather have fulltime jobs skyrocketed during the recession of ten years ago because not in a fulltime jobs available to them and that number has been coming down in the recovery. It's taken a very long time to come down. It's neared its pre recession lows, but it's not near where it was in the early two thousands. In fact, if that number did fall to where it was in the early two thousands almost another one million people would have fulltime jobs, and those are just the people who are working part time who are officially looking for fulltime work, some people actively choose, of course, to work part time, Martha's that is not always a straightforward choice to choice to work part time, a lot of people choose part-time work out of necessity, for example, if they have a lot of personal obligations raising kids, and they need the flexibility of a part time job others, of course, might just want a better work life balance wanna work fewer hours, but taking a part time job. She find. Often comes at an even bigger cost. Then a lot of people realize, but one thing that crops up is that we often pay part time workers less per hour than a full-time worker will make so it's not just that they're making less because they're working few hours per week. We would all expect that, but they also get paid less for each one of those hours that they work winning occupation pays less money per hour to it's part time workers than to its fulltime workers that is known as the part time penalty. It's not an official term the part time penalty just refers to the difference that tends to occur between what an hour fulltime work pays. And wouldn't our part time work pays and what Martha has done is to look at the different occupations throughout the economy to see which ones have the biggest part time penalty, and then to try and understand why like what those jobs have in common documentation with the single biggest part time penalty is web developer wages for part time. Web developers are forty nine point five percent less than wages for fulltime web developers and that is our planet money indicator. Part time web developers. Make only about half as much per hour as fulltime web developers and web developer is in outlier, but it isn't actually much of an outlier so Martin Nick found at least ten occupations with part time penalties of more than thirty percent. And if you look at those occupations, you will see that they have a few things in common. So a lot of those jobs are in sales. It's also jobs that in general, it's going to be harder to divide up hours. So for instance, if you are working in sales, you have a relationship with a client. It may hurt you if you can't put in the full-time hours to build that relationship, Martha's, the occupation. That have the biggest penalties for working part time are the ones that require workers to always be switched on to be valuable jobs where it's hard to trade shift with another worker, for example, sales people and also jobs like lawyer and banker where workers have a relationship with their clients. They can't just swap their hours with someone else and expect their clients not to notice these jobs, usually don't offer much, lex ability. So those are jobs that have a part time penalty. But there are also some ocupation that actually pay slightly more to people who work part time. Mar the found that the occupation that pays the highest premium for part time workers is known as miscellaneous personal appearance workers. It's kinda how it sounds people who help you care for your personal appearance. For example. This includes people who work in nail salons and part time workers make seven point four percent more per hour in this nation than fulltime workers, that's the highest wage premium. She found for part time workers and Martha's jobs that pay a part time premium tend to be jobs where it is easy for workers to change shifts with each other, in example of this is the healthcare field where nurses and doctors will often work as part of a group in caring for patients. So if one shift ends another one will pick up the next shift, and generally, there's no downside either for the nurses or the patients and registered nurse, by the way is one of the jobs that pays a part time premium or you can also think of waiters and waitresses that also have relatively Lopez. Realty waiters and waitresses tend to work in a team. They work with the busboy or with the receptionist. We've all had the experience where our server has come up to us halfway through the meal and gone, my shift is ending now. But here's the new person who's going to be handling your table, plus Martha's jobs, the pay their part time workers on par with their fulltime workers also tend to be jobs that you can finish in one set bundle of time that you can schedule for example, hairdressers they do not get penalized for working part time hours because you know, your hair dresser might cut your hair once a month or once every few months, but that hairdresser does not have to be in the salon all the time. So jobs, a penalized part time workers tend to be more rigid and less flexible, whereas jobs that don't penalize part time workers do offer some flexibility Martin says that this fact has at least one big societal implication, it raises the gender wage gap. And the reason is that women and mothers in particular are more likely to choose part-time jobs that don't have a big part time penalty. That's because those jobs tend to offer more flexibility. It makes sense that they would choose these jobs, but those jobs tend to be occupations that also pay lower overall incomes to their workers, so women and mothers end up making less money in their careers, and for that to change either men would also have to increasingly choose those flexible occupations, or the rigid inflexible occupations would have to become less rigid and inflexible so that women and mothers could join them perhaps by embracing more of a team approach at work. Actually, you know, what the events are great example of team based approach where sometimes they trade off. We can all learn from the adventures, right? Like if Tony stark goes down the hall can pick up the slack for a little while. Right. And then Thornton step in scarlet widows doing her thing. Like, we should all be learning from the vendors next time, I'm out sick. Maybe Thornton Stephan.
"tony stark" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"He got nominated for tropic thunder. So he can pull off a weird kind of out of nowhere nomination. Like, I don't know if you try to make him supporting and then sneak him in it would be weird. I imagine a campaigns going. I mean Hughes I thought he was tremendously. Good in the film. So you started. What was so funny in Griffin Newman Musacchio medicine the podcast last week? And I hadn't really put it together Daley. Grubber John junior has only played Tony stark with like, I don't know. What was what are we say? The last movie was the judge Richard like for the last, you know decade or so with very few exceptions. And that's crazy. Right. That like to have an actor just so absorbed into this character. And it's like, a it's it makes sense to me in a way to to give an Oscar nomination at least to a character. That is not just so definitive of great actor, but kind of culturally definitive character like Tony stark will be robbed I junior and will be part of pop culture for a long time. I think on ironman kicked the whole thing off, right? And there's also this redemptive arc kind of both happening in textually within Tony Stark's narrative and also down juniors where he he had kind of come back for some dark from some dark years before iron man with a couple of smaller things. But the Tony stark years were really what we're like. Oh, like already J like he's back. He's doing well like everything's great. And in the same at the same time that Tony stark was realizing that like his, you know, empty corporate weapons, dealing and all that was like bad for the planet. So I think Katie that. That's another thing that academy voters, or at least a campaign could highlight as like a well, no honor honored the performance honor the moment. Franchise. Well, it's interesting think about how many Emmys game of thrones gets how many Oscars Lord of the rings won and was nominated for. I mean, it seems like there's a prejudice against superhero movies that hasn't applied to fantasy movies at least these kind of high class ones. But but do we think that Black Panther has broken through? And now that's not going to be an issue anymore or will continue to. I mean like baby if Harry Potter and the deathly hallows part one, which is a pretty perfect movie had been released after Black Panther got that best picture nomination. Maybe that would have gotten a best picture nomination. I, you know, I don't know. I think it'd be like I, but I thought that return of the king would sort of opened that floodgate in a way that it didn't really. And it does seem if anything's going to benefit from it might be the next Star Wars movie like that with a sense of finality starts the first one got nominated for best picture like that it might transfer that way. Oh, and you'll have endgame versus right? The last star. So that'll then. All the cards. We don't care who wins versus Toy Story. Four versus the lion. King versus Aladdin versus whatever FOX searchlight has Dumbo. Definitely, you know, we're lamenting the end of the monoculture. Here comes the Maki culture. Who are you? We know that somewhere in the world. Someone downloaded this podcast. But we don't know anything about you. The folks who support this show would love to know just a little bit about who is listening..
Avengers: Endgame Has Overwhelmed Hollywood. Is That OK?
"Sean fantasy editor in chief of the ringer. And this is the big picture a conversation show about the end of moviegoing culture, as we know. It just kidding vendors. Endgame ruled and is better than game of thrones. I'm here with Chris Ryan and Amanda Davin. Getting the Friskies we're going to talk a little bit about avengers and not game. Thrones. If you wanna listen to stuff about game of thrones. I encourage you to listen to Chris on the watch. Maybe you can catch up on the thrones. Which aired last night. Maybe you can check out Benjamin later this week in here all about the battle of winter fell in whether it worked or did not work. There are some dissension in the ranks here at the ringer today. We're talking MC you not just the movie itself. But also the box office implications, and what the aftermath of that means for summer movies. We're doing a little summer movie preview man, and I'll be chatting about it. But I I thought that you guys are the perfect pair to chat with after doing a deep dive with Mallory Ruben because Amanda, you're on the record is not being the biggest superhero movie fan in the world. But also someone who sees these films out of obligation and has developed a lot of feelings about them. And Chris, I tend to think you're the most you're the person who I'm most eager to hear what he thought about these moves every time you see. I'm right here. It's not that respect your opinion. Amanda, I think it's very valuable, but you're operating from a base level of not. So sure about this, Chris I. I think he if he can really go positive or negative. Sure. So I'm time. I'm wondering what you guys thought. Like, I'm a newborn baby every time I enter a movie. Yes. But sort like Benjamin button this baby. Did you cry? Speaking of a game. I did not cry. Okay mandate. Did you right now? I didn't staunching. So I cried because I feel right? And so. Chris what'd you think? I had like a feelings wave when Peter Parker and Tony stark reunited at the end of the movie, I just felt like entirely a piece, which I think is ultimately what they wanted you to feel which is that I was entirely a piece with the endeavor, I felt fine. And okay about the amount of time. I've spent thinking about this these movies and seeing these movies over the years, I think is really telling listen to you and Mallory talk about it because being a little bit older. I think that I don't quite have like deep passionate connection to it. It's not like a real maker break franchise for me in the way, some some others are, but at the end of the day, I felt like you guys pulled it off. You get you made it emotionally satisfying finales to what was pretty unprecedented endeavor in movie making history, and they made it work Mana. Yeah. I thought it was a fitting conclusion to this experiment for better. And for worse in some ways. It it certainly there was a little bit of everything for everyone, including. Me. I mean, the last show I was delighted I wouldn't say I was like crying or deeply moved. But it's very excited to see Hayley Atwell back into seek cap. I frankly old cap be very happy. And also, I thought pretty handsome for like a really old guy. It'll head ahead. And then yeah, that's true. They didn't age the hair. And I thought that nice. I thought the last shot was very sweet and was kind of going back to many of the themes that we talked about in our podcast about captain America the first venture. And some of the things that I felt the MC you had abandoned. And so I felt seen in that moment, which is not something that I often feel in these movies, it took three hours and a lot of garbage CGI to get there. So, you know, and, but I think other people delighted that we're delighted by that. And so again, there is something for almost everyone in these movies. And that's kind of what the experiment was about. Right. Yeah. Definitely. And you know, in the Morville months years that we did on the show in a you. And I talked about captain America. The first of. Injure. Chris unite talked about the avengers both of the things the key talking points that we talked about in those podcasts really rose to the surface on this one. You know in your in your case, it was how halio wells the most important person in the MC. You Chris for you. It was quite literally that Tony stark is the most important person, the AFC, this was a genuine sendoff. Yeah. I don't I don't think we'll be seeing Tony again. And it was interesting the way that they built him into the not just the centerpiece of the story, not just the emotional center of the story. But like the engine of the story, and I think when we talked a few weeks ago, you were saying that you're not so sure that they're going to be able to do this as actively without him. I think they're staring to an abyss. And I think they might dive in and the this is called Disney. Plus, you know, I think that the the way that we're going to be talking about these movies in ten years United texting over the weekend. And I was like, oh, should I read this comic line to kinda see where it's going or read the story line? And you basically were like here's what's going to happen in in ten years. We'll be talking about this so called to be friends with Sean. No, I think he sent the text and there are some. These are anti spoilers over here. Also. But he's like, I he sends tech. Sometimes I'm just saying we're gonna join but this. This one was like, wow. That sounds incredibly plausible. And it would take about ten years to get. You know what I mean? And but for me, you lose stark, you probably you're gonna lose Evans unless they graduate Evans too kindly, uncle who shows up somehow in some of the other movies. And I think they're going to take the characters that were remaining with the exception of Black Panther, captain marvel in the guardians. A lot of them are going to move to streaming a lot like Sebastian STAN, anti Mackie. They're going to streaming LOKI streaming Wanda envision explicable or going to streaming. So like a lot of these characters are now going to be on these little five episode little mini runs. And I think that they have a charm problem. Now, I think that there is going to be a little bit of a like we need to work to like build up some of these people again, and that will probably come with the characters that you were talking about. But it's gonna take them a few years to develop those projects, you're there's two ways to do that. I think it's evident to me. And I guess we'll see when Spiderman far from home comes out. But they do have a centerpiece in Tom, Holland that was the loudest cheer. I heard both times. I saw the movie that was the person that people were most emotionally connected to and that is the legacy of Downie Downey made that character very meaningful to a lot of people. You know, they they created that father son dynamic, so I could see that effectively being the new iron man of the series. The other stuff is is a little bit up in the air. You know, it's like I feel like the one thing we can kind of all agree on is that they really just handled Chris Hemsworth beautifully over the last five years. They've just figured out how to make him a trueblue movie star. Amanda, we'll talk a little bit about her enthusiasm for men in black international. Maybe later on this podcast but
Breaking up is hard to do. Here's why
"You've heard the saying breaking up is hard to do. And today, we've got some research that might explain why according to a study published in two thousand seventeen in the journal, social, psychological and personality science, even while planning a break-up. Most people continue feeling the poll to stay with their partner in a series of studies. Researchers from the university of Utah collected data from participants who were thinking about or planning on breaking up with their partners. And they found that it was striking. How ambivalent people were about their relationships. A lot of the participants felt nearly as strongly about staying as they did about leaving the participants in this study included, some couples who were just dating and others who were married and both groups had similar reasons for breaking up at the top of the. List? They mentioned emotional distance, unfairness dishonesty and their partners overall personality. But when it came to reasons to stay the two groups were very different people in dating relationships wanted to stay for the good parts of their partners personality, emotional intimacy, and how much they enjoyed being with the person married people on the other hand said they'd stay because of investment family responsibility fear of uncertainty and overall logistics that may sound like marriage kills romance. But that's probably too harsh after all marriage is designed to keep two people together mixing up your finances. Investments and children require security in a relationship. So there's no wonder that those same things are top of mind when a husband or wife thinks about divorce if you're wrestling with the decision to keep things going or break it off with a significant other. There's no right answer. But now, at least, you know, that many many other people have struggled with the same conflicts. You do. Breakup aren't a battle of good and evil. They're just two people trying to do what's best for each of them, unless your future x is evil in which case, it is a battle of good and evil or maybe you're the evil one. I'm not one to judge if you live in a comic book universe and your cackling once a day, you you might be evil, you might be evil on I presume Tony stark listening to this podcast and Bruce banner and many others. You know, what we're recording this before endgame comes out. So maybe some of those people are no longer with us. I don't understand that reference. Oh, boy
"tony stark" Discussed on H3 Podcast
"It was like a grossing. Yeah. Definitely reminded me too. When you said that this was like it was uncanny. It was crazy. See this is where our unfamiliarity with the comics may hurt us though. Because I I don't know. I mean, one punch man may have been paying much to to this. Stealing. I get it. But you're right. It's a very similar kind of scenario. It was fricken on canny, anyway, the ending the bow scene was fantastic super satisfying, doctor strange shows up in portal's, everyone and Tony stark. And they looks at me 'cause. Chance. It was great now aunt. I don't like in the beginning. How anthem that's going say, okay? How Edmund is just like I figured it out time travel, and every everyone is like no way. You gotta be kidding. And then Tony star over one night figures it out. See they put the emphasis in the wrong places. They spent two hours on these dumb ass stupid jokes. Like how much time did they spend at fat Thors cabin or like? There was another one. There was a huge long aside before or with another character. I don't remember. But like, so then you spend all this time fat Thorpe's cabin trying to make cheap laughs. And meanwhile, Hoke being like every. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. And then meanwhile, you have captain marvel literally just showing up. She's just this convenient plot point. She shows up Tony Stark's in the middle space stranded. Captain more was like, hey, baits me. Okay. We're back by it's like MO that was easy to resolve. You know, they they set it up at the end of captain Marvel's movie, which is again, like why you, you know, it's a strength and a weakness of these movies, you have to of like, no all of them, especially for this since it's the conclusion there was a post credits scene at the end of captain marvel where she shows up. So I think it's implied. They sent her to go fine, ironman. Let's not in the movie you have to watched another even host credit though. Like that's not yet. It wasn't even post minute scene. I feel like that could've used development because she just shows up and she brings back, and then he's back, and that's it because they set up this whole big thing. Tony stark as lost in space. It's like everything's fucked. Nope. Cover marketed showed up saving real quick, and she's gone by was like, okay. And then she bounces it. Yeah. I think she shows up conveniently at the end of the film, and she's like, oh, I'm gonna blow up the ship. Okay. Bye. I'm gonna get like, okay. What's the problem with characters? Like, she's the same. She's got the same problem. The superman where they're just too strong figure out a way to get her out of the way, she could fix everything superman by himself as a great character because his own abilities are not his Trink, right? It's his his weaknesses are personal relationships and at his and that he's wants to save all humanity. Right. But captain marvel was was never developed an in any interesting as far as I can tell her character's pretty dumb, and she's like, well, there's a lot of other plants need saving. It's like. Hello, fantasies, kill half, the people in the universe house anything else. More potent than that, captain marvel you're worthless. Oh, will there's other planets need saving. We'll talk about the whole universe here. Okay. Whatever. So she doesn't exist in the film. And then ant man's guys. He shows up guys. He doesn't know science or anything. He just like had the would consider time travel. And then they're like like a million jokes about back in the future. Yeah. Okay. It's like other whatever who been a half hour joking about back to the future. But isn't kinda stupid? He's not a scientist. He doesn't provide technology or anything because they rebuild it. As far as I can tell he just like has any. I just got out of the quantum. Oh has anybody considered that we can use Lincoln build a time machine? Oh, it's been five years. And all the sudden ant man, just what the brilliant we should build a time machine..
"tony stark" Discussed on The Filmcast
"Don, Don Glover was in. Homecoming was not. But that's I guess. Accounts for me. We still don't have Joel McHale Gillian Jacobs and Allison Brie. All right. All right. We're close we're getting close. So then Scott Lang helps them kind of put together this idea. Like, hey, the quantum realm. We can find a way around we could get there and. The go-to Tony stark for help. And like, I thought this Tony stark stuff was really profound. Right. This idea that he he was one of the few that didn't lose a lot. Yes. Right. And that he needs to protect what he already has like making that decision might be a tough one for him. Well, he still selfish like that's the point. And this is who this character. Kind of always was it was him trying to find exist side of his own ego. Right. And at the end like when everyone loses everything he actually gained something and he kind of reverts back to himself. Even though of his new self is new dad, which is great to see. And I love the daughter relationship there. But the end of the day it is still him being selfish. And also, I think we didn't really talk about the scene after before the time. Trump went Tony comes back. And and you know, he's there like hooked up to an IV. And everyone's like, let's go get then then he's and he just kind of shuts them all down, and and he's just like falling apart and has just. Given up entirely, and so he he doesn't think that they're going to go win. He just he's. Yeah. He's accepted. The does their defeat moon thrown at him. He's mighty man die and his hands. Like, you know, he he probably personally feels like he failed to kill those who so. Talking on there. And I think that's part of why I why he's he really, you know, doesn't want to give this up because like his loss was at least like the way he was expressing. It was so much more intense than everyone else. And now somehow he managed to get something. Good out of it. So I yeah, I was impressed with all that it ties back to the PTSD from vendors one to right? Like, this is a guy who that that movie? Also had him do something very heroic unselfish..
Avengers: Endgame is Already Selling Out Thousands of Screenings
"The way it works now with these movies that they know we're going to be wildly popular like avengers endgame because you were kind of left hanging after laughs last adventures, you've got people that have already bought their tickets because the tickets already on sale concert. He want to go to the movies. Well, and you wanna see endgame you'd better get this tickets now. So a lot of movie theaters. Ardi sold out of this movie that hasn't been released yet and doesn't come out for. When does it come out? It's coming out soon. Adventures end game. I know that my nephew was looking and couldn't get tickets and what he's coming for visiting loves, Texas and he's coming. Visit. Why does endgame come out? Well, it's coming out now coming out on the twenty six, and of course, Tony stark trying to send a message to pepper Potts said his oxygen supplies dwindling. And who are the remaining avengers captain America Bruce banner, Thor they gotta figure out a way to bring back their allies for this showdown. I just know it's going to be one long movie ego to see this movie you wanna how long his three hours three hours and one minute. So that doesn't include parking getting whatever you're getting from the concession stand. I guess you'd have to have purchase your tickets because if you don't I don't know if you can really walk up to the window and expect that you're going to be able to get tickets the way, everybody's preorder in them. But you better pack your patience for a very long movie. And hopefully, hopefully, it's one that entertains you because that is a long time to be at the
Spider-Man: Homecoming | Marvel Month
"Shawn fantasy editor in chief of the ringer. And this is the big picture a conversation show at least for the time being about the marvel cinematic universe. I am joined today by your friendly neighborhood, film critic and ringer contributor, Adam name and Adam Hello, how are you? Hey, how're you doing Adam? You are friendly and neighborly because we are here to talk about a movie called Spiderman colon homecoming. This is a latter stages. MC you entrant and unlikely one largely because for the longest time Spiderman was just not a part of the new and when this movie happened. It was a surprise to many in the fact that he was integrated so effectively into this universe. Makes it kind of a fun movie to talk about because it fits into the big picture and a lot of the things we've been discussing throughout this marvel month, but it's also just a hell of a fund standalone movie when I reached out to you a couple of weeks ago about participating in this project. This is the movie you chose. And I thought that was so interesting, and you never told me why. So why do you want to talk about homecoming? I thought it'd be just really good and confusing to talk about homecoming in the shed. Oh of the other pop cultural product called homecoming true came out this week. I thought that'd be really fun. I thought we were talking about beyond say, no this is perfect for SEO. This is great. No. I mean, I I like talking about this film because I think it's a strong one. I wrote about it for the ringer when it came out and thought that everything you said about it sort of returning Spiderman to the intellectual property fold with something that it kind of allies itself in a very clever way, the whole movie is sort of almost about like Spiderman trying out for the marvel cinematic universe and trying out for the adventures and trying out for the audience, and it it has that self reflexive quality at it's not obnoxious. Like most of the time. It's quite clever. I sort of thought there was something about it. I mean, all the marvel movies even tell me what you think of this there. They have to have all these surface differences and all these surface, peculiarities nudity secrecy, but underneath they have to lock together like a puzzle or voltron like you can't really make one different. And so this one. Kind of has the friendly neighborhood surface on the outsider surface in the underdog surface. And I found that all like, very charming and pleasant, and then the fact that it really is just a piece of product that locks together to the rest of them in this case didn't bug me. The way that it may be bugs me with some of the other ones. Yeah. Even just revisiting it this week. I found myself surprised that should Tari alien technology was a significant part of this movie. Which is of course, if int- part of this MC, you and everything that we've been talking about because the first time I saw it. I felt like I could have been any old alien technology could have been from an Amblin movie in nineteen eighty seven. You know what I mean? Yeah. And you know, you don't really actually need Robert Downey junior there. There's pleasure in having Tony stark there, and Jon Favreau, kind of babysitting him, and, you know, the the the parallels that has the first ironman movie because it becomes a very different kind of origin story. Like thank God. It's not a Spiderman origin like he's bit by spider. And there's and there's all that stuff. But it. About him like becoming an official superhero. Right. And there's all kinds of scenes that parallel the way that same story is told in ironman right up to the ending being kind of a parody of iron man announcing himself to the world, whereas, you know, here Peter chooses not to you don't need all that stuff. But and then the Qatari technology. You're right. It could be anything. But I like movie that simultaneously stands alone. And has these bits of connected to the larger story, and I find the way it connects larger story in some ways really witty like the cell phone footage of the big civil war fight. Yes. That's really funny. It's clever. I
Avengers, Paul Rudd And Josh Brolin discussed on Roe Conn
"Right. Your thoughts on this. This is the much ballyhooed twenty third entry in the marvel universe avengers game. And you know, what has been hyped to the skies. It's going to grow three hundred billion dollars in its opening weekend here in the United States opening week. It's really going to be about four days. And we'll probably crack the two billion Mark worldwide in a matter of a month or two has it opened anywhere else yet. No it is. Yeah. Yeah. I walked I saw the screen earlier today as we were talking about it, the AMC river east, and they had you know, the ropes already there. And it said lines begin to form at six AM. So I guess you can get some of these theaters assigned seats brothers. You can get a ticket, but it's not a guaranteed seat. I don't think I'd wait Jesus. I would wait in line at six AM. If I thought for sure he was coming by Springsteen, not six AM, but God love those those crazy fans so for folks who have been following along with this first of all can any movie live up to the hype. And I am happy and pleased to report that this film lives up to all of the crazy hype. It is maybe the best superhero movie ever made certainly one of the best movies in the entirety of the marvel universe in part because everything we've seen in those other twenty two movies has led to this moment of this incredible collection of all the avengers. Now for those of you. Playing at home the last avengers 0 war sorry. We have to talk about the ending of the movie that came out before this one but fan, the, you know, the most evil despicable villain in the marvel universe. Played by the great Josh Brolin, believing that the world all the world's all the universes. We're going to be destroyed soon because of you know, the fake news overpopulation and the global warning he decided the only way to say. What's to arbitrarily slice the population of the entire universe in half with the snap of his fingers? And he had the six thirty stones which has learned nose into loud him to do that. So at the very end of the last avengers movie shocking, the people because half of the characters in the marvel universe disappeared in clouds of dust. They died now this movie picks it up immediately thereafter with the surviving avengers all in a state of mourning scattered to various ends of the earth because half of the planet has been destroyed there. There's no more Peter Parker spider, man. There's no more Nick fury, the Samuel L Jackson character, many others. They're gone. So now, they've got the surviving avengers. You've got your your Tony stark iron man, and captain America and black widow and a few others. But what can they do? They can't do anything until until this. The only part we have to get away a little bit. What's gonna happen here? So letting people know who are listening now online. Listening to podcast that this is this. This may be the moment that if you want to be a total virgin walking into this, which most people are who are really it. There is then here. This is your moment to check out. Yeah. And you know, I will say this to my view and 'continuing here. I'm a guarantee not gonna spoil the ten biggest plot points this film, but Paul Rudd who plays ant, man. You know, he's he's deep into the the quantum physics. And that all that kind of stuff because he's been in previous movies. He struck down to even smaller than aunt, and he's entered the quantum realm and bet inside all kinds of places where nobody else could go. So he's kind of dealt kind of with transporting oneself in mystical scientific way. So he's saying now, can we take it to the next level? Can we explore the quantum room to the point where we can expand time in a way that we could go back just far enough to before fennel destroyed all the people half the people in the world. And then one of the vendor says what you're talking about a time machine. It's it's a well. Yes. So the idea is going to be that the surviving. Avengers are going to pair up in teams of two and travel to various time spots on the time line and various places they got one shot to maybe make this reverse history. So here's this clip. He's
Youve seen this movie before
"How did we get to the point where remakes and sequels and all sorts of iterations on existing franchises have become such an incredible percentage of all the entertainment created because I know that they've already existed, but this is twenty-seven seventeen top worldwide grosses at the box office Star Wars, the last Jedi beauty and the beast. The fate of the furious, which is sequel number seventy eight despicable me three Jumanji. Welcome to the jungle that is a sequel Spiderman homecoming, which is either a sequel or reboot it's both depending on depending on which way you want to look at it wolf warrior to number eight guardians of the galaxy volume two shirt number nine Thor ragnarok, number ten wonder woman. Yeah, that's global. That's the top ten movies all of them, a sequel or a reboot or in some cases both. So how did it become what changed in the industry that made this the predominant model rather than just like something that Disney might do every once in a while? There's a Cup. Of arguments. The the first argument is that it is more appealing to a studio to produce an existing property. A new version or sequel to something that people already know because it's easier to sell there's less resistance on every level. It's a thing. If you already know the thing, you're more likely to be interested in the thing. The other argument is that the mid range movie has disappeared which is where you used to see many more original concepts and they're either turning on Netflix now like new films from Nicole hall of center Tamara Jenkins, or what is the mid range movie. It would have been made for somewhere between it used to be twenty to sixty million. Now, it's five to twenty. It would have been a smallish film, usually a character study or historical drama that doesn't have battle scenes is about people in rooms or people in, you know, houses having lives and doing things that don't involve capes or murder and the mid range movie even those of mutated into stuff like bird box. The netflix. Which is opposed to puck elliptic thing. With Sandra Bullock walking through a forest. Blindfolded? Arrival would have been amid range movie actually seem screenwriter. Eric Heiser arrival would have been a mid range movie. But instead, it was a massive studio words contender because of what it turned out to be. But I think when they started it out it was going to be a smaller more intimate project. So those films don't get made anymore because twenty million dollars into a movie will get you maybe sixty or eighty this is the old thinking, and so now if you make a guard Guanzhou in thing that costs a hundred and fifty million unless it tanks so spectacularly that. You know, the studio dies it'll probably pull in half a billion to a billion dollars. Right. It doesn't have to be good. But it has to be safer. Bet has to be recognizable. Exactly. So that's part of it. The hangover was a tiny little movie that then became a monster franchise because it was hit. So they made two more. Now, what am I seeing tooth? Who's maybe is a call or something? And in the olden days, they would have stopped after one. He would have just said, oh, that's really cool. This thing made three hundred million dollars for a everybody likes it. Let's go to the next contest. Do another comedy. Exactly. Let's lunch. Something else. When Bradley Cooper was here. Like six months before he was here for another original project that Jim Carey movie called yes-men, the tanked, and he said like it was insane that that Warner was giving this movie two three completely untested. Like, Bradley Cooper, never had a hit and homes and never had a hit. Nobody news at Calvin. Acas was set a couple of comedy cycles or comedy circles in journalists, and they risk that money on this little movie, which couldn't have cost that much, and it was a massive hit. And then they made two more, and they'll probably reboot it in five years with with. I would assume women because that might be interesting. There have been attempts to do a women's version of the hangover bridesmaids is great rough night. There's a few of those the idea of people behaving badly friend circles getting out of control, they'll they'll reboot the hangover in five years. They'll prob. Rebooted with women because that's a smart move because otherwise you have to. I mean, the the gender thing really helps because you create a new universe that doesn't depend on the demands of the original film, you you can bring, you know, most remakes are very very rooted in the expectations of the audience, right because we all wanna be pandered to we own to see the thing that we liked again. That's the governing principle of entertainment. Now, give me more of the thing. I like I understand exactly why the studios do it. When you lay it out that way on the economics and play why do we consume it? Why is our bar? So low nail it doesn't feel like it was always this way. Well, it probably was we just didn't know it. The the difference is that now instead of knockoffs which used to happen. You know, if there was a smoking abandoned, there'd be ten car movies the next year. If there was rocky there'd be five boxing movies, the next year or or sports movies or a wave of underdogs. Portsmouth is actually what did happen stuff like breaking away. And so on now, we just make more Rockies. Yeah. We we really have another one right now creed to is rocky eight. Away that creed was not rocky seven, which is kind of disappointing. And no one can articulate it. Exactly. But the the answer is it's because it's because creed was the only one that Silvester still didn't right. And he didn't script it. It was somebody else's project. He was used beautifully in it. But when Ryan Kugler wasn't available to come back to Crete to Stallone jumped in and wrote it, and it's a rocky movie now, and I think people should be more disappointed by that than they are. That's the crux of why we want to have this. But they're not conversation because they're not an I made fun of when you said at the beginning of this podcast that there would be another Harry Potter, and who would be cast as another Harry Potter. I will watch that Harry Potter movie or it'll probably actually be a TV show. So that they can do it. Yeah. For Justice over eight years and eight seasons, and whatever God, you could go to school with them in real time home, that's a horrible idea. I would watch. So I I agree that it's a bad idea. But I will consume that content. Why it's because you want to see your idea of what it should be validated. And in the end, we find out that it doesn't matter. If it isn't because nobody can imagine. Everybody's complaining about what a movie isn't. And what it shouldn't be. I mean, that's my job is to say actually this. But I hope that I'm coming at it from a perspective of history, and a sense of you know, why you can make this movie why this movie fails or why this movie's succeeds, and how this argument could be applied to other movies and similar genres. I basically, I I'm there to provide context for why you did or didn't like something. I guess, but as far as the reboot thing goes again, it's safer because the curiosity factor has it clipped everything else people want to know, they want to see what the new superman looks like they want to know what the new joker like Joaquin Phoenix is the joker. But Jared Lido is the joker. Well, that's what happens ledger. Yeah joke. They'll Cesar Romero is the joker or Jack Nicholson as the joker. That's the. That's the point. Right. Like my engagement with the stuff is always. Oh, that's interesting or. Yeah. I've seen that. There's like it's a binary. There's no middle ground. There is no mildly successful remake it either works or it doesn't. And it's because we know what it's supposed to look like is because we've been trained by our own lives to want. This thing the way it was supposed to want to watch new stuff. Oh god. Yes. That's all. I want. I crave it, please. Give me some. But why does so many people? Why would so many people prefer to watch a sequel to something that they already know part of it is that you don't have to invest as much. You already have the backstory you don't need to introduce new things. Or if you do you have to do it in a certain way, fix it feel comfortable Spiderman homecoming is an excellent example of that they turned it into an eighties movie. Yeah. Which makes it simultaneously nostalgic of new in a way that this character doesn't need to be. But it works. It's comforting. And you feel the the youth of the character is because he's never been a kid before Spiderman being in high school before in the movies, but he's a child and Tom Holland's performance. I mean, the the actors in his twenties, but he looks like a kid, and you can root for him that way, and it makes it feel new and by having Tony stark introduce him to the two by having Tony stark introduced into the marvel universe in civil war. It was like extending a hand to the franchise and bring it on. And the fact that I know all of this is nuts because it's a two hour movie. And I shouldn't bring all of this stuff with me to this film. But it's not a reboot. It is the what eighteenth chapter in films. That's been going on for a decade. It's part of a huge thing where we are now culturally. Right. It's not just social media and the internet, although that's a huge part of it is part of the it builds expectation, but it's also the fact that this story has been ongoing, and if you missed one you can probably catch up it's not a big deal unless you missed an adventures or captain America movie where all the characters are together you can dip in and out. But if you've been following it all along, it feels really good to know all this stuff. It feels like you're being accommodated in a way that a remake or a sequel or a franchise is supposed to do it. Doesn't bar new entry, but it rewards ongoing participation in the Harry Potter films did the same thing. I mean, they made one of those a year for eight years, right or the there. They started to stagger them apart after a while. Once it got complicated. They were releasing them every year and a half. I don't remember. But I do remember that I saw all of them. I didn't really like all of them. Did they didn't get good until the third one? And we're at a place now culturally where you can say that about a television show. Well, you have to watch the for six episodes. No, you don't you actually don't. But if you don't you'll miss it. And if everybody's talking about it, they and you want to see it. And if it's a thing that everybody talked about twenty years ago that that little tug is still there. So when fuller house comes back, which is okay. Comfort food at best. Right. It's a remake. It's a it's a new season of a show that people other show that they've brought back which is like there's a list of them. Yeah. Fuller houses. I for me. It's the best example because it's one of those things where when you hear about it. It sounds insane. Why would anyone care? And then you find out exactly how many people do care, which is why it exists, and whether they really wanna see it or just kind of curious about it that doesn't matter as long as they click on it for Netflix. The Netflix has made it worth their while. And we're going to get more of it. And we're going to get more of an and that Spurs the need to make more things come back. So there's a new charmed and there's a new. Do not on Netflix. But it's it's all part of the culture, if you can reboot a TV show, you can make millions of dollars right off the bat and the Handmaid's tale just got a built in audience through its TV show success. And now there's a book sequel Margaret Atwood is writing a Handmaid's tale sequel, which is one of the few things that I'm genuinely interested in because she won't be basing it on the TV series. That's the important part. It will it will still be set in her world. I mean, I don't need the answers to what happens in the Handmaid's tale. It's all in the first book, we know what we need to know about that book was a finished work. And you know, it is because it's been taught in schools for thirty years. Sure. It's a self contained narrative. And if there was one artist in Canada didn't need to follow the two reasons for producing sequels and remakes that you've just outlined, theoretically, it should be Margaret what she can do whatever she wants. She absolutely can. But I can also I can see the testament emerging as a response to the show, but that's me understanding the pull the remake. I would rather just think about it. Myself than have to watch it executed because the odds are won't be the thing that I wanted it to be when beauty and the beast, the stage version came to Toronto I got to go to a preview, and nobody told us that the thing was three hours long that it was a massive reconstruction of an eighty two minute movie. And when the first deviation came which is slightly longer dialogue scene between bell and her father. There was a kid. There was a child very must have been very unsettled up in the mezzanine who started saying, no, no, no, no, no. This isn't it and had to be shushed. And it's like, that's the brain. And that's everybody in these things, you really only want to see the thing you like, and you want more of it. But you don't that? I mean, the kid didn't they could be just wanna beauty, and the b you can give this opportunity this child who I mean, this would have been was after The Lion King. Right. So it was the mid to late ninety s and this childhood only been raised on this movie. That was only, you know at most ten years old, and he didn't want more wanted the same thing. And that's all of us. But we won't admit it. So we're still curious. We're kinda wanna go see what the new thing is if it's the old thing. And if it's not the old thing we want to know, how we can be comforted by whatever it is that we loved about the old thing, and it never occurs to people to just pull out the old thing and watch it again because those are everywhere, and that's that's my objection. And yet when Pete's dragon comes out, or when the Paddington movies come out, and they are beautiful perfect realizations of the spirit of the project, even though they are not the original thing than you do reconnect with the thing you loved about it. And I think it's also very telling that those are projects for children. Yeah. We're all children. Now, we want to be right. Like, isn't that the whole thing? The the lie of the the government is that you want a strong like what what's the argument? The Republicans are the strong father. And the Democrats are the are the nurturing mother, and you can only have one at a time. But we see what is strong father looks like, and it's horrible and we retreat can we want whatever
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How to control robots with brainwaves and hand gestures
"Getting robots to do things isn't easy. Usually scientists have to either explicitly program them or get them to understand how humans commu. Indicate via language. But what if we could control robots more intuitively, using just hand gestures and brainwaves a new system spearheaded by researchers from MIT computer science and artificial intelligence laboratory otherwise known as c. sale aims to do exactly that allowing users to instantly correct robot mistakes with nothing more than brain signals. And the flick of a finger building off the teams. Past work focused on simple binary choice activities. The new work expands the scope to multiple choice tasks, opening up new possibilities for how human workers could manage teams of robots by monitoring brain activity. The system can detect in real time if the person notices an error as a robot does a task using an interface that measures muscle activity. The person can then make Hingis Gers to scroll through and select the correct option for. Four said robot to execute the team, demonstrated the system on a task in which a robot moves a power drill to one of three possible targets on the body of a mock plane in portly. They showed that the system works on people. It's never seen before, meaning that we're gonna Zeh shins could deploy it in real world settings without needing to train it on users. This work combining EEG an EM feedback, Nabil's natural human robot interactions for a broader set of applications than we've ever seen before. Meanwhile, researchers have harnessed the power of brain signals called error related potentials, which they have found to naturally occur. When people notice mistakes. If there's an e r p the system stops. So the user can correct it. If not, it simply carries on what's great about this approach is that there's no need to train users to think in a prescribed way. The machine adapts to you and not the other way around for the project team used Baxter a humanoid robot from rethink robotics with human supervision. The robot went from choosing the correct target seventy percent of the time to more than ninety seven percent of the time. The team says that they could imagine the system one day being useful for the elderly or workers with language disorders or even limited mobility approaches like this show that it's very much possible to develop robotic systems that are a more natural and intuitive extension.
Rec Room Becomes VR's Most Important App With it's latest update
"Hi, everyone. Seattle based against gravity is responsible for what continues to be one of ers. Most important apps, rec room connects players across all headsets that make use of two full motion hand controllers. Now that includes the Oculus rift to the HTC vibe. And of course, the PlayStation VR as well as headsets from Acer Samsung Lenovo HP and Dell. Some VR software like ult- space in e Valkyrie enabled cross play before across several headsets about rec rooms. Multi-player has a wider reach, being free and offering access to a whole bunch of fun and easily accessible activities like paint bulb charades. There are quests that you can complete as well and all with your friends. The game carries an overwhelmingly positive rating due to its expansive. Game play and rec room is quickly becoming the free VR meeting place that brings together friends who bought different headsets. The are often gets criticized for being a solitary experience. But part of the reason for that is there's no easy way for people inside different headsets to experience something fun together. Fun social VR can be one of the most compelling reasons to use of your headset and rec rooms available -bility for free on so many devices. Well, that helps a lot more people have those experiences together. In other words, with rec room, VR headset, owners have more reasons to use their gear. And one of the coolest things about the game, it's free hand free to play meaning that it's the only online multi player that I know of that you don't need a PlayStation plus subscription to play online, been very addicted to this. Game because there's so much to do it is its name an expansive rec room. Just like in real life, you have a gathering place with many games to play like darts basketball and table tennis. Then you have your game rooms, laser tag, paintball, charades dodgeball in a series of quests that will have you fighting in medieval battles and going into the future to defend humanity. Quest can be played with up to four people and pink bowl. Along with most of the other game rooms can be played with up to sixteen one of the great things about the time that we're living in. As far as gaming goes is if people are playing games, the developers will continue to upgrade them and rec room is no exception against gravity has continually updated the game, giving us the ability to build anything and any game type. We wanted with custom rooms and most recently they released wreck. Royal. It's a battle royale style, death match pitting sixteen players against one another on an island till there's only one man left standing using the rec room weapons, which includes paintball guns and laser pistols wreck Royal has become the must have app for all VR headsets and has just taken steps to become the must have app for every gamer by allowing you to play on a TV as well. Now we have cross play between every VR system and to DC screens, which I imagine will eventually include XBox in the switch because why wouldn't they opening up the rec room audience from a few million gamers that play in VR right now to the two point, two billion active gamers of the
"tony stark" Discussed on Unproductive & Unapologetic
"Dino he's he's definitely cable early those is what he told you hope they remember like we say that the tony stark he basically told the leader of the avengers nigga i hope they remember thanks his right hand man who she is the other one with the we call it oh yeah oh then we can be he's about to hawk and not enough let him have his phone let him have his then you proceed to the world that movies wait what berkeley before we go blue you talked about that part about the hope but hotel whom i got three okay okay hey we're gonna move on so another movie i got a chance to see a two weeks before me flex and i'm sorry but also deadpool two i've seen it twice now and if you love the first one you're really gonna love the second one and i think if you didn't like the first one how about a second okay yeah because i didn't like funny is i didn't love burda was funny super funny and if you're in the comic books you'll get all the references they was talking about dc nathan what they've chats movies okay not spoiling anything they they go on wolverine the first thing that the movie the girl from atlanta please donald glover's her name is as he beats she plays domino she looks greatness movie wow she she kinda steals the show as domino she's doping josh brolin who we just talked about as thanos he plays cable great character this is is way better than the first one to me and it also has the best after credit scene in any comic book movie ever comic movies you're gonna love the in credit scenes it kind of sets a lot of stuff straight i'll let you go but why in the like a few months ago they were saying like the early viewing that's her that's the test screening terrible reviews but i think that may have been just plant story together oh got it 'cause everybody screening end when i saw yesterday everybody loved because i heard everybody's ms sane is good so i was like so why does they were saying and it says screen is that it was served i got i just sit as you was talking i was just sitting here thinking about today pool one i have to watch it again before i get my opinion and this is why if i'm not mistaken i seen the first day pool boob lee okay and you know how when i say bootleg i mean like the bay over you know how bad bootlegs take away from the movie and what happened was i was at somebody house in day was watching it and i end up seeing the movie and i was like this joining but i was sitting here thinking i'm like damn i gotta actually watch it again i think it was fair for everybody because you know they call it breaking the fourth wall here we don't see and he'll look to the crowd and talk to you for everybody that was my issue issue was i just didn't it just didn't connect but as i was sitting here thinking i was like i haven't watched a fisher joint and made it give it giving them a chance i definitely i'm giving it a four i'm giving force taking that putting it on the same that was affinity because you gave fifty four michigan finnity four four okay okay do josh brolin as having a great year deadpool infinity war and he's in the sequel to a movie called sicario that's a movie i need to check out as a mexican drug cartel i'm guessing in tex me that that's really good one of the most i hate to be cliche but one of the most shocking scenes in a movie something totally unexpected happens in the movie later this movie review text me because i might wash that tonight god i live i live that's what's up little you strike again man vince great if you haven't seen vengeance fire stickies asep seriously blu ray and digital ad comes out at the end in the.
Michael Cohen, Robert Downey and Los Angeles discussed on The Mike Opelka Show
"On this morning jennifer kushinka is here with with more of america's first news gordon a plane carrying three americans released by north korea landed at a military base near washington early this morning to be welcomed by president trump and his wife proudest achievement welby this is a part of it will be when we denuclearize that entire credentialing this is what people have been waiting for for a long time north korea released the three men and handed them over to secretary of state mike pompeo in pyongyang yesterday clearing a major obstacle to an unprecedented summit between trump and north korean leader kim jong un north korea had accused the men to teachers in one businessman of being spies the israeli military says it attacked dozens of iranian targets in neighboring syria in response to iranian rocket barrage on israel positions in the golan heights in the most serious military confrontation between the two bitter enemies to date the blistering israeli assault was the most intensive israeli action in neighboring syria since the civil war broke out there in two thousand eleven michael albanadi attorney for porn actress stormy daniels says he has additional evidence linking russian businessman to president trump's personal lawyer michael cohen s several companies acknowledged large payments coens consulting firm the president ran on this campaign of draining the swamp that lobbyists were not going to be involved special interests we're not going to be involved at cetera now you have the right hand of the president in january of two thousand seventeen all of a sudden starts taking all of this money from all of these multinational corporations for god knows what swiss drugmaker novartis and at and t say they made payments to cohen's firm essential consultants in efforts to gain intelligence into the trump administration's thinking on issues affecting them well if you have iron man's costume the police would like a word authorities are on the lookout for tony stark's iconic crimson and gold costume after the expensive iron man's disappeared from los angeles movie props storage facility the suit including the head chest legs and arms used in the two thousand eight ironman movie starring robert downey junior is worth about three hundred twenty five thousand dollars come on for a movie costume now if you stole it i don't know what you do with it when the world are you doing with it run around and traffic and try to collect your fifteen minutes of fame maybe before your arrest thanks jen twenty three minutes after the hour on this morning america's first news.
"tony stark" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast
"They should have had him in his workshop reading working on something but also reading the news and getting a bunch of ads for baby clothes and being like i don't know why i'm getting all these i don't know why i'm getting all these ads it's like tony you've been looking up have you been looking up baby things again like oh you know that's how target out if you wanna be a father he creates jarvis and an ultra on these allpowerful artificial intelligence doesn't know how to block ads as an stuck that's the tragedy of does not do incognito mode mark that is not something he does something else that maybe role is a little bit at the movie is the aforementioned tony stark you come home this instant peace with pepper because we've kind of seen it a version of that several times before and be it feels like that relationship deserves a lot more than that kind of nagging wife thing that we hear that's how i interpreted it the relationship seems to be kind of on the way out doesn't want to be in these movies anymore well it's i don't know it's weird it's like i don't know whether i don't whether it's on purpose or it's broken up during captain america's civil war bag she they got back together sort of offscreen during spiderman homecoming and she was in that movie forgotten that makes that makes it all the weaker right because.
"tony stark" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast
"Right i feel a lot of tragic feelings from this movie but let's just briefly go down memory lane with tony stark and his character arc and all the crazy things that he has gone through right we starts out as this a playboy irresponsible arms dealer nearly dies afghanistan bus out of the cave defeats his former mentor there's a relationship with his assistant pepper potts they fall in love ironman to some stuff happens there i try to block out two he meets somebody who does the same things that he does and he has to surpass him yeah thank you it was also affiliated with the father stuff in it's also what i think this is interesting and i ran to what he's trying he's not a fulltime superhero he's trying to introduce cleantech and sort of like you know what i mean like his focus is still on running a successful company but the focus of the companies no longer had weapons the focus is on the clean renewable energy but then like as we move on the series it's pretty clear that he no longer is what he's interested in is protecting the earth yeah right huge turning point for him where he nearly dies he was prepared to sacrifice himself at the end of that movie to save everyone but he comes back and takes over went to up but he's got horrible ptsd explore a lot in iron man three and he's so paranoid to the extent in age of altron where he creates a horrible sky artificial intelligence that nearly kills everyone and he's wreck by this guilt and that causes him to do this akopian stuff runs the team apart and then he we are in an infinity war where again he.
"tony stark" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast
"Life and at the end of the movie there's like a dramatic moment where he he needs to transform into the hulk to win the battle but he actually says he's like if i turn back into the whole i don't know if ever going to be able to change back i'm a banner might be gone forever and then he does it anyway right because it's a sacrifice yest make and it but it feels like that will be like a theme about the hulk is in control and are we ever going to see bruce banner again and it turned out this movie when the pleat opposite way and if feels i'm not objecting to that turn it all but i do wonder if that was a plan thor ragnarok or if that was something where when they sat down to write this movie they realized it made more sense to sort of sideline the hulk say what the intention was but let me just share my reaction to the fact that the whole sideline furthest it all at first it's played for laughs right essentially like there's a scene where they're all suiting up and well bruce brennan he can't get it up right there sort of like male thing going on there and it's very funny as played for laughs for sure but as the movie progressed i found it all the more tragic that he had this curse lash gift and the moment of great need he could not summit and especially at the end when he has to put on the suit the holt buster suit suit which tony stark designed to fight to keep the whole down right he now inhabits i mean i guess more positive spin on it would be that you know he he takes advantage of neo he and tony stark our friends and all that kind of stuff but i took it as a very tragic thing and that bruce.
"tony stark" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"Yeah so so from when tony stark said i am iron man up until oh i'm not going to spoil it you spoiler last week didn't i on the patriarch pain hey this is a hey we know all our listeners zoe to spoiler freetown yeah tell you the sixth sense spoiled for me before i thought care high do there's no other reason to watch that movie if you already know that twist yeah well i think it's a bad movie their way no as a pretty clever twist i'd have magin i don't know it doesn't hold up the scrutiny but at the time where you like oh this is no i think i like movies with kids yeah i guess the marvel marvel movies don't have kids spiderman's cava kid yeah but like you could also tell that like he's older than a kid he's not like he's supposed to like fourteen in fifteen in the movie and he's in real life i think he might not even be that old you may have been like twenty how old is i think also around the same age like twenty yeah okay so they're not kids tom they're playing kids i'll take them at their word so we what happened on this so they've in david in years yeah they broke up two years ago jesse oh two years ago yeah i wonder do you think they're in the same city i'd have to magin yeah no because they talk on the phone there's no reason if they're not hanging out and they live in the same city hey jesse get over it it's fine live.
"tony stark" Discussed on Altered Geek
"Until the a i to take him back home which was kind of funny and then and then you get strange thing i don't care if i save you or save him at the end of the day protecting the stone and then when he gets in the battle with us he's like spare tony you know after he's gone through the four million future possibilities yeah which looked like he was having an exorcist moment yeah did but this this leads me to the key that this is my own thoughts is tony stark is the key to the entire next film i think he's going to get a lot of screen time in the next film i also think he's going to be the one that that pays the ultimate sacrifice and i think capital go with them sore may or may not go with them but the funny thing is at the end of this movie the only ones left were the phase one heroes yeah so you had cap you had iron man you had thor you had rhody you had black widow and you had banner and that was pretty much like everybody else's dead late here allies and then all the guardians except for like rocket yeah so it's just super sad i mean you know they're all going to be back the next movie well because here's the thing like they're going gonna have to reverse infinity war like they're going to have to basically you know say oh you know somebody's going to have to get a hold of the time stone in reverse the whole thing because the the thing is is finding them now.
"tony stark" Discussed on Binge Mode: Weekly
"Just about to go get bagels are you talking about us sitting here talking about a tuna melt with long what are you going on and on about strange summons tony stark to discuss what to do next problem sorry tony we know you're out there and your athlete with pepper talking about your dreams and your babies but we've got work to do just then two of thanos his lieutenants ebony maughan coal obsidian sure who names these guys attack new york city in search of the time stone which strange is just kind of like wearing around his neck the ifc motto the motto protected that's right by spell so on able to take the pendant off strange amony ma yeah gross head wound this by the way captures him whole yes levitation cloak and all takes them off into space ironman spiderman unbeknownst to ebony ma ma go along for the ride in their new suits fancy new suits everyone's looking great in this one is looking great i agree with that anymore is ebony moore the one who's you have the distinction of dying the hand of thanos that titan yes is that the guy okay scotland proxima midnight and corvus glazed to more of noses lieutenants ambush wanda maxim off in the vision who are just about the frie kebabs everyone needs a little post coitus snap right jn you will recall carries the mind stone on his forehead with a timely assist from captain america black widow and the falcons thanasis minions or beaten back but vision his gravely injured cap in the group after a brief stopover in new york decide to take him to conduct for treatment shots to paul bbatni for getting a little non cgi time he goes gets himself really got to work it on the streets of edinburgh right meanwhile the guardians of the galaxy rescue.
"tony stark" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"Is it really ops bro everybody wasn't hipster moore like tony stark hedda half brother would like don't you the my view it'd be better get folded into the university inch lisa through oh sad to the death of the inky liz if you're fan at unions i'm sorry that the tv show was so bad that they have to erase it from the common was what the tv show was definitely in humans it was quite literally but you know hey i think we figure between the tv show killing the franchise and hey we got the mutants back there the cool kids so yeah i think nothing else like after when you know when they weren't they didn't wanna do go all in on mutants they like made in humans the new mutants in they like made like a ton of in humans are they're going to like kill off most of them are like the power to them and just like the royal family probably will you know they had to depowered mutants to technically there's a couple of incarnations of the cure but it always comes back so if for some reason he was comes back in bow you know they can pull the plug on so that wednesday's dead we know this yeah nothing stays the same forever all the guy did you the simpsons less abused sentence i'm washing awhile yakima washington while to last sunday if they were making fun of this this had gotten a bear making fun of like the vendors entity were if it had the third in in credit it was like uncle band is actually late banos that he was alive in eagle to hold on yes actually.
"tony stark" Discussed on Double Toasted
"You're right and that's really it's again it's a brilliant move that's paid off a marvel except for tony stark okay because tony tony tony a learned a damn thing he's all of this is your fault no no no i quit the pin everything on tony stark's especially with civil war unlike yeah everything you're talking about here and that's you you you 'cause all this shit but then that was a one thing where he's been the one the whole time elliot's moves going y'all something those aliens coming back you hear me coming back sit out nobody thinking messing with the arc reactor was like l it shows that we got power hated people want no not in in the the test tesseract well anyway i ain't heard out damn issue number three fifty man i'm trying do that we talked about no no i'm only saying that thinks stark has done a lot because artilery stark is the real villain means movies wrote one of those oh yeah man 'cause whether you think tony stark is is a person that's changed or whether you think he's still a hazard that thing that stark will always do is disrespect tony stark will always talk shit in this one scene right this is what i love about these characters they'd sometimes you see how much they growing and you see how much of these characters ain't learned a damn thing early in the movie inning five minutes that tony stark is met doctor strange where he's walked up in his home and said you know what fuck you'll couch.
"tony stark" Discussed on The Filmcast
"Like a tights with all kinds of yeah it's a little an analogy hunted his later had his his old school leg a janghee suit have the ability for the i holes to move that was my question you know that it will utilize the i wholly got bigger and smaller you know like in the way that had the the special suit does as well i saw at why did he build in the thing for the whole anyway he man youngest market it's the best at honestly that is the best innovation that they brought to spiderman it gives him so much imoting power in the suit you don't have to come up with arbitrary reasons for the masked to get ripped off which every fucking spiderman movie has done because can't see the emotion of the actor neat but the having the eyes be able to amount like that is was such a good move such a good move on the other thing i want to say is i really assumed when we heard that robert any jr is going to be in this movie that it was going to be very much a spiderman ironman buddy picture and he is barely in this movie yep and i for live within minutes you know very surprised yet at but areas all support to an actually i think um the waves movies sitting up a tony stark almost feels like yeah we haven't heard anything about uncle ben excellent we don't know if uncle like a i think we're supposed to assume from some of the stephens of a war on coal bend i but the movies never mentioned him uh the director apparently doesn't have a good answer to that too because a lot of people have asked him about that um the artists ali mawson twitter pitched a really interesting idea uh it almost feels like tony stark is being set up as this uncle surrogate right now and what if what if that moment that were waiting for hasn't even happened yet and so what if on what our eyes.
"tony stark" Discussed on Back To Work
"The the way that they integrated as you mentioned the way that they had um tony stark an iron man and sort of you know what the house while he i don't want to spoil anything about the suit yes i'm interesting trivia there um can talk about a suit ethinc the the special on yeah not that not the super special one just a special one the tony gives them yeah i guess so yeah there is a he wanted seriously if you're still listening hammond senior discuss either for can move seriously stop now um so peter parker is given a spiderman suit by none other than tony stark and it is full of really great gadgetry won't iaea ambigious just as to start it's a cool sue it's a grades you sit on it sucks onto him and it it's got some neat stuff in it right i mean before we get to them yeah doubt version rank yes for his body starts hacking on his on iraq i was it was it a a a called ultimate is the ultimate zalmi this only somebody here at yes he is based on i think you say i've i've read his name i've never said it out i think it's gone ghanchi g a n k e r so miles morale us in the ultimate spiderman which is now just the spiderman title in the main marvel universe miles morale as has a best friend slash kind of sidekick type person uh who felon nerve fellow nerd who is essentially this character i mean he that's he has a different name in in the movie but it's essentially him and i thought they did an amazing job of bring that to the screen i always like that character and lasting in the performance yeah purpose everyone was great everyone was great in this and you know they didn't overdo it they didn't.