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"tony talaat" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule
"Anyways so and then this natural transition to her. She's day so much in my life has happened to. So it's it's the same person having gone through all these life experiences similarity to that between her. And i you know when you're acting moments just visualize them in your head go through these journeys with them when i'm imagining what she's going through and then i'm reading the lives like i'm actually in those moments. I see those moments. I cry and sessions is derived. You'll never see boys soccer to standing like this really like into it. Emotionally within the parameters of the microsoft. She's just gets to explore so many emotional levels in this one that she never has before never or in all the international deputy the darkest any of them have gone so cold. So real like the moments are you can visualize all the moment sir in an on camera film there. So are you down and later. Charged for me would be video game. There's a lot of darkness definitely harley but now this is the first time i've really done very dark with her. I mean in the original. She's dark shoes serious and she's no bubbles of. She's got a lot of stuff going on. So this is just next level those probably if you love think it'd be really if i had like stanley cameo i was telling kevin and bruce fun of we were like palestinian at a diner are harambee walks by. I think that'd be women's superhero rape female really of going. Almost renaissance wonder woman batman versus superman. Smart so what has a woman and her voice. Rehouse thousand pentagon they are and it's really exciting and I feel really honored to her Protrayed a strong woman also is still a woman in a lot of vulnerability which you'll see in the film And it's nice to the girls to have good role models and obviously backer. His always been a really great role model. And i love the surgery so strong female characters getting the opportunity place so many assists. I pinch myself all the time And there's a level of responsibility that comes with that too because sometimes this movie beyond camera thing is to do something sexually explicit or something like my fans are ten year old girls again downloading new anything you know and you really wanna make sure that you're always sort of representing you. Something that girls in wanted me. It'd be calm. I hear all the time. Because then you i wanna be a voice actor because of you. I got through my parents divorce and watching this public depression. And it's nice. I mean being able to hear from the fantasy and that is time capsule episode to fifty seven. I'm tony talaat. I'll be at new york comic con this weekend. I hope to see somebody there. And i'll bring back some good stuff. Take care. hi. This is lisa coleman and you're listening to sifi us..
"tony talaat" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"I mean it's also an area that's basically on tactics. There's nothing out there. Fortunately right now. So you're you're braving new ground bless you for that some great work recently. That's come out. I mean black. Panthers probably the most popular example. I'm a big fan of nettie work. I'm not sure if you're familiar with her she has A novel called. Who fears death and i just recently. A story called remote control so mom yet. You're you're definitely right that There's not that many popular works. But there's some really good stuff in the genre that our team and i have kind of explored as we as we started developing this project. There's more sifi taught so stay tuned back on sci-fi telecom tony talaat and let's talk about your team i mean you're this is obviously diversity rich which is awesome but you also have diverse teams. Well talk about them. And how the economies of joint hewitt heart heart-shaped games. Yeah absolutely. I mean this. This is definitely not a story. I tell myself in. The experiences of people in our team have really informed and help make something is unique. That i don't think a lot of people have seen So i mentioned before resolve your nelson. Junior is an award winning writer work on a number of Game titles and Kind of wrote the entire story and helped develop the world. Anthony jones had mentioned ravine wanna Was our mission Designer gimme of an extended team all over the world. We are on you afford. The pandemic are calling cards of your remote team. But now we're just kind of one of one of the The many companies doing that. So where we've been lucky to have people in australia. And and you know many other parts of the world on the team. Yeah i even the state texas. You're michigan. I mean you're it's it's the only way things could work nowadays. Thank god for technology there. You can talk to each other like this show each other drawings and things like using you know this zoom technology which is.
"tony talaat" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"I write kach. My name is calling salmon. i played shade. One resident evil. Is peter deluise from twenty one jump street and the director of many episodes of stargate. St one also from quick and the more recent sanctuary and blood ties. And you're listening to sifi dog. You get more sifi. Talk for your site by talk. This is tony talaat on. Welcome to a special edition of scifi. Talk as i have the roundtable with neil gaiman. God's his famous novel now coming to television on stars here is how we p describes american gods. It's a hugo and nebula award. Winning novel by english author neil gaiman. The novel is a blend of american fantasy in various strands of ancient and modern mythology. All centering on the mysterious shadow and we'll hear about shadow and some of the other characters. Just some notes before we begin this is uncensored so i have not cut any of the language what he says what he said that day. He does mention brian and michael. Which are the show runners bryan fuller and michael green. I also be asking all the questions even though this was a roundtable setting. Let's begin to to do this for television. To begin with. I wrote it in nine hundred ninety nine two thousand two thousand one finished. I mean finish the last revision on it in january. Two thousand and i spent the previous three years writing a lot of movies..
"tony talaat" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"Create the characterization of it but It would be interesting to me having thought about it It would be very interesting to me to see a little bit more soft actualization because they wanted to go this way. Rami like part of the reason why avatars fell out of fashion. Why ship stop producing. Avatars was because they developed a certain amount and stop and then separate from the ship. And and i'd like to see that happen with a little bit because it's it's interesting to have her experiences. Be different from those. The ship shore shore yet and not giving anything web and asking people about the The sees now and I heard it's pretty action-packed. All i have to say is allan eastman rock. He shot what what could very easily have been a thirteen day. Episode like what could very easily have been a full thirteen days shooting Ten ten eleven twelve thirteen either way up into the double digits. He shot it and send date. And you have to understand that for the last episode of season when everybody's pretty much already already on vacation gonna you know. They're like most episode. He motivated everyone. He kept the set going. He got so much done so many special effects there are lots of things going up. Notching things dying but there's just a lot of action and it's it's a it's a pretty wild right and it was a lot of work for my character. I don't wanna spoil anything but from my character. Because i had a lot of extra characters to play. I had two extra characters to play really. That's yeah so it was it was It was a lot of work. It was a lot of work for everyone. A lot of physical works for everyone. i know. there's stunt coordinator definitely earned his paycheck. that and It was And i could beat up a few people. That was very cool. You don't get to do that often so it was very finds. Yeah robin gets involved in the action. But that's great. That's tremendous body camera talking about thirteen chairs body. Count put mine to shame. But i was so pretty bad of my body cam. He does have the body count of the show. I would think you know people. Yeah he does he does. What are you going to do is just the way it is but you know. Thank you for taking the time out to talk to me. And pleasure and really the best of luck on his show You know i'm I'm on a few. I go onto a couple of the bulletin boards. there's a great side called slipstream dot com and down there. Yeah and they say a lot of nice things about you all and I mean the way the sites put together and everything they obviously care about to show. You know you kidding. I mean i knew. gord A bit and his wife michelle. We're expecting because i seen them in chitchat. But i didn't know kevin and tim. We're expecting until i logged onto substratum kevin sorbo. Yeah parents and i'm like oh. Isn't that funny i know isn't that wild. I think that's running around second season on. Actually when the show actually has a few years under its belt you'll actually see the kids grow up as the show goes his on the air. You know. yeah yeah that would be cool like when you finish your last episode and you know the kids are like seven or eight years old or something. that'd be really wild. It's like oh. I can't believe they were born in be interesting to see how many other people had children in the crew in a short shooter. Absolutely since we've spoken she's went on to appear on the forty four hundred and recently. Of course she's dr lamb on stargate. Ask one where she works with. Her husband actually michael on my show told me that he was her boyfriend at the time and they had met through his appearance on drama in the first season. So it's kind of fun. They're both very happy together. And they have a little baby girl too. Which is really cool. Nice to relive that conversation with alexa toy checkout my website sci-fi top dot com. Thanks for listening. This is tony talaat. My name is and i okay with it bad when think it's so funny we have to do for a camera. I needed any at least like four or five takes My name is lexa doig. I play drama on gene roddenberry's andromeda and you're listening to sifi talk. That was good as only two. So i mean that's up you got through it fine all right well you..
"tony talaat" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes
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"tony talaat" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"I love the boys go now. What's interesting is a lot of times one day read. It's your words but they're performing it that kind of change. A little bit of how. The words came out if you know what i mean. Officer say yes but sometimes that also helped that also helped me pick the right narrator. Sure on some of them were just a little too dramatic and places that they shouldn't have been off and then he was just very natural a smooth voice out and and he was. He was a quite a professional. He would email me later or ask like this character. Would she have this kind of accent. Like how much. How strong would it be very. He took he took the job very seriously so good. That sounds like it as far as what's next were. Are you working on anything i. I'm working but it's it's hard when you have a full-time job. And then you are her moaning and also net networking with the writers ors and obviously them. I'm meeting you on thrilled. You it Your weekends and i don't have a lot of time to right. But i definitely have some manuscripts that i've started and i've had about each of them has about twenty thousand words which is just enough to kind of understand like okay. This is where this is going. Here's the outlines. So y'all once once i push the effort out the world would love to get back to them and i also do a lot of reading to go with that I like to kind of read books. That are kind of similar to what. I want to write and then kind of channel. That is too good idea and just kind of understand. What's out there. I miss i miss writing. I'm doing some essay writing now too. But i i miss making stories so definitely looking to get back to that so i would think this is available. The usual suspects amazon barnes and noble. Kind of thing And well i guess well bookstores but you have to. Probably if it's a local bookstore you probably have to order it or having delivered or you can pick it up. I guess that's the way it's available. Would you say all the usual suspects and i would definitely pitch indie bookstores. I i know has been really hitting brutal. Love it if people do want the hardback heart hardcover. Either local indie bookstore support them on demand. Yes good stuff and as far as the audio. Where's that available for a audible. And i think all usual suspects. I went to that page and just a lot of different buttons on the god grants grand central publisher at with russia to go to my landing. Page all the buttons for all the places. Do you can pick your poison. And this is on your website or in central tantrum okay. It's it's grand central publishing like grand central station right here in new york. That's great. well it sounds very interesting and it looks like you put a lot of effort into the efforts. you know. congratulations with that. I think you did great for your first interview by the way and I hope you have a ton more to promote this book and and folks it's the effort and we've been talking to claire hollywood about her her novel and it sounds really promising. Best of luck to you. Thank you so much. Thank you all for listening to sci-fi talk till next time this is tony. Talaat take care of christopher judge of stargate esi one and you're listening to sifi talk..
"tony talaat" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"The sound of me touching wood and knocking librarians. This summer that he was a great character. And you know you. Just that's one thing about you is if there was a phrase that fits you perfectly is you. You're you pick characters that are outside the box and bring your own spin on it or maybe. It's a regular character and you approach it outside the box and i think that's certainly with librarians. It's always good to play character. Whose immortal because they can't kill you off. Now that's true that's true and then of course on orphan black. I mean which has been one of my favorite shows from really from to jump. It's been terrific show and you know the moral issues of cloning and she is just a force of nature. she's amazing. Oh yeah ta. She's extraordinary what she's done on the show and and still hammering it out and no signs of them killing her so she's winning the battle. I mean there's no sign of of fatigue setting in and You know certainly lifetime on the show You know madison. Maintain good humor throughout at all too so All power to her. You know and you know. I so we. We watched u. In the nick is well in the episode number one and that was a nice little part for you. I really enjoyed it. Oh the operation scene was difficult. It's a difficult to watch Yeah and very graphic in that kind of Victorian brass instruments and burner sort of queasy. Kinda way Yeah it was a good character and Fun to appear in answering episodes to come back and flashbacks and so on your another character. Right die on screen. I'm actually. I'm trying to get it out of the way for real life you know it's great and falling skies. Of course a different part. He was more of a straight militaristic. Kinda guy yeah y'all have been Been very lucky to you. Know i i. I've always felt that when you're on your deathbed the idea is to say that you've done a lot of different interesting things Pan how expensive. You're lining is for your coughing so that's Been been very lucky that way. I have to mention one or two other things and i just thought the character you played and taken miniseries. It was just so much pathos. I was just. He really struck a chord with me. And i still remember them to this day. Thank you thanks. Honey yeah it That was an interesting one to do. Because i was the one guy on the show that wanted to be taken by the aliens more than anyone. Of course he's the only one that wasn't fascinating part to play. 'cause we really was one guy who had one foot on earth and wish to have another foot on spaceships but It was denied. you know. Yeah there's more sifi talk so stay tuned back on sci-fi telecom tony talaat and of course eureka. I mean that was that you got to play with this guy. A little bit and that was fun. I'm sure oh yeah because You know in the pilot. This really assert for line character. And you know kind of you know went to went down without with a you know. And they just kept scratching the surgical tubing. It was it was good hunt. Yeah yeah this has been so many. It's been it's been great to see your work and max headroom of course is That was ground breaking even to this day and it's People talk about mac's to me. Yeah you know it really wasn't a you know there's a moves to foot foot to bring him back and we'll see what happens because you know the whole Conceit with the show that was twenty minutes into the future. of course we've arrived. Now answer i. It would be interesting. See maximum digital world i mean and then we were back in the in the mid eighties trying to Create a digital world but but doing it in in an analog fashion and taking kind of eighteen nineteen hour workdays to to achieve that and of course It's sorta thing now that kid a laptop could do in five minutes. I think that's the biggest change i've seen people can do. Special effects at home. It's just yeah it just just astounding. I mean the it and it is up business. Well do you do you sit back and just watch. It all happened or do you. You jump in and You know do you get swept up by that down the tube you know. Every time i opened up my laptop. I had this debate with myself to tweet or not to tweet. I know i know an and it's the it's the whole sort of facebook thing me and my four thousand friends who will never come to my funeral. They will talk patching. That's in memorium. Absolutely absolutely i mean. I mean i look what happened with the late leonard nimoy passing and how social media just totally went crazy that day. That was absolutely amazing and rightly so of course but Yeah i mean it's it's an extraordinary thing isn't it. I mean to to see kind of digital morning going on. I mean it's it's quite quite weird and inspiring and in a lot of white ways and kinda and frightening and a lot of other ways particularly for someone who didn't grow up with it. You know who sought suddenly take off and gone to take off. I think here to stay. I think so prediction and i think it's gonna motion. Does something else too. So i think. I'll eventually you'll have pictures and people i mean. They're fixtures now so probably. Some kind of video will happen on twitter. don't you think i mean sort of thing but would holograms holograms are just some kind of video. Short video you can put in there and in community. I mean i you know how fast that happen. From telegrams holograms and thirty years and it's really amazing. It's it actually. Blows my mind when i when i remember color. Television was a big deal when i was growing. Well yeah yeah. I know you'll rabbit ears and everything h but yeah and that's strange. I never got no i. Don't i round wire coat hanger in there and everything was fine. Have been guilty of that. I really have no me too. It's like you know you gotta improvising in computers them. Man forget that that's that's a whole nother conversation. Well we'll let fit. I mean it was only in the eighties. When don johnson was lugging around. I got two foot cell phone. Yeah more like like an old army walkie talkie then you know then the then the things now you know and now you've got a a watch that you can wear. That tells you how many calories you're burning that you're spending too long sitting. It's basically like having a jewish mother strapped.
"tony talaat" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"Hi i'm toni dole. I play masturbate tack on stargate s g. One and i am listening to sci-fi. Hi this is tony. Talaat from the chiller theatre expo. And today i have a mini interview with daniel roebuck. Daniel is a familiar face. He's got one of these faces at you. Look at you say. Hey i've seen you in something. He was part of tommy. Lee jones crack unit in the fugitive. Also at sequel us marshals. He's known to fans of star trek. The next generation appearing as romulus in the two part episode unification with mr spock leonard nimoy. He's in a new film. Called bubba hotel starring my man bruce campbell. Here's my conversation outside of nice warm. October day at chiller theatre. Minute which stan hooper doing comedy. I like this. I like comedy to see. I look nurse. My friends are like we don't think he's funny. So we're leaving. I love comedy. I used to think that. That's i thought sitcom years and years ago and it's taken twenty years to get there but i'm there now. It's a lot of fun please. Have people watch. It's on fox. Is it friday nights. Now thank you for asking its wednesdays at eight thirty on fox after that seventy show before the oc the. Oh see that's a nice place to be sandwiched. It's been a dream slot. We just gotta make sure everybody. Everybody likes monster. Movies has to watch the show. Because that's just the right thing to do. We got to support our own. And i'm doing. I'm a nerd. You know i'm i'm here. We're talking at the chiller theatre horror convention This is this is my hobby. So you gotta support which i can buy stuff just to let people know kind of describe a little bit of what your character is kind of an unusual character for you. He's yeah pete. Peterson is definitely unusual for me. pizzas the homosexual owner of to stop it. I don't let that scare people away. Don't turn off the dial. Just because i'm you know i'm not flitting around like will and grace but we're playing a very funny. I hope it's funny Native of wisconsin. Who's talks like this and says. Hey what can i do an you betcha and things like that but it just you know. Eileen up and turns out that he's a homosexual you know for the women listening. There's a great looking dude who plays my husband a lot better looking at i am unfortunately we do anything for a dollar. So we have the dollar to buy monster movie stills with you know and go to go see the newest sci fi movies all the important stuff norman. donald people. now the actor or mattel. The actor was enormous and he was on course saturday night. Live a couple movies a very very very funny dude. Good dude Which is important. Let's go even further. What can fans look for in the next couple of weeks. Anything interesting happening for your character in the show. Yeah on the show Yeah i actually We go hunting for our thanksgiving turkey. I end up getting shot out of a tree. It's probably the worst thing that happened to me. When i didn't ask bridge. That was what happened every week. I'd get shot. I get hung. i'd be naked. Be dressed as a woman whatever they could throw at me as i think it was their joke on me but here The craziness absent happens to norm. Hey i'd like to take a moment if i could to plug a tap which I hope Hope your listeners will run to it's being four walled around the country and Sky great reviews in new york and l. a. and chicago So please if you see it in your town check it out. Don coss garelli. The great director phantasm has crafted the craziest movie. I've been in my life bruce campbell. Isn't it as well campbell playing elvis presley in an old folks home ozzie. Davis playing jfk. In an old folks. Home very silly stuff and Bob ivy who for years has been my stunt double got to play The mummy and it was very hard when he told me that they was gonna play the mummy he knew i was going to take it hard. He knew i was like aw played the mummy gladly But i i didn't get i didn't get a chance and that is out actually in the theaters now and it's pretty much just a major markets are all over a major more. Well they'll do it. Major markets in smaller markets building building. A desire for dvd video sales You know pushing people into again people rabbit for the product great. That sounds awesome. I also have to give you kudos so you on. Nypd blue playing not very nice man and you work with some good people in that one. Yeah dentist france The last time. I saw dennis. I was his lawyer and a tv movie so it was a it was an odd change. That was a great opportunity. When i never thought i would have been blessed with you know you. You read something and you know they're not gonna go with me to the audition and you know there's you know there's food some good quality actors there and and you just think you're wrong for it but it turns out that you know. Thank god. i was what they were looking for. You stepped up. his aides. Say that was a great performance. Really enjoyed them. Thank you very much for you. Have to mention for star trek fans. You're in a two part unification episode. You've got to be a and with leonard. Nimoy as mr spock. I mean how cool is that. That was pretty cool. Although it did get you know it was. I think it got a little hard. Because every time they'd say action cut cut dan. Please stop putting your arm on leonard. Nimoy shoulder i kept thinking i wanted. It was my photo op. But it was cool. He was cool. And i'll tell you one of the strangest moments in my entire career. I can tell you. Because i'm a fan right Was the moment we were on a sound stage of paramount and we were down We were in a cave that they had hollowed out on the floor of the stage. And they call the actor to the set and leonard. And i were the first to there. And i was there in my ramlan outfit and obviously. I couldn't see my romulus makeup. But i was. I certainly sense what i look like. And then spot came down the stairs. And there i was in this k- with me and spot and i just thought that's that's really as good as it gets that's cool and and not to mention now it's available on. Dvd you must have a copy of it by now dvd yes. I do thank you. Yes but if people want to send another one no i do I am fortunate to have a copy of that on dvd. i think i was giving it by someone paramount. Oh excellent excellent. Well good luck with a minute. Which can hooper. And we'll always look for a bump up. It's was that movie again. Bubba ho tap bubba ho tap crazy thing but well well worth your time either at the screen or hopefully on dvd and Vhs for those who still own archaic form. I don't anymore but Thank you those stone-age don't forget to look for bubba hotel with daniel roebuck reporting from the chiller theatre expo. This is tony tomato. Hello this is dan roebuck for an. You're listening to sifi talk. Don't change that channel..
"tony talaat" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule
"This one down. Where's the knows. where is the knows. That's the thing about the show that i love is that i think it is ultimately. I think one of the most positive shows on television one of the most humanistic shows on television show. That is about people trying to stay together trying to not just stay alive but keep their humanity alive. There's a there's a lot of niamh nihilism on tv nihilism. Listen to super cool. And it's one of the you know the anti here and everything. I grew up at a time. When megadeath and metallica was like the music. I dig the music. But like i kinda had my fill of nihilism when i was a kid and to feel the whole swath of human experience to see a couple able to fulfil that faith and that love and then in the next episode see a guy up tearing another guys out with his teeth out of just blind rage survival. Yeah children to protect his children. That's the whole of human experience. We're not just saying it's one way or another love definitely exists on the walking dead. It's the thing that keeps them going. It's also incredibly dangerous thing. And i'm very proud to do stories with these guys that are about actual people human beings especial thanks to amc and the cast and producers of the walking dead now back on sundays and that seifi talk episode one eighty three. And i'm tony talaat. Thanks for listening. Matthew prattling co writer of bad kids go to hell and writer co creator of true believer for network and you are listening for scifi talk..