26 Burst results for "Willem Dafoe"

"willem dafoe" Discussed on Way Too Broad

Way Too Broad

03:44 min | 7 months ago

"willem dafoe" Discussed on Way Too Broad

"Outra for is not even a chapter read a little paragraph week by week. I mean let's start. let's start this week. Okay we're not going to get sued. We don't make any money. And i feel like this'll be an amazing bit and if we can like see this bit to completion. Amazing okay. i'm gonna read. It's i mean. Customers are short. The first chapter is really short. I after yes listen. i'm calling you. I'm calling your bluff you you bride. You read it in a day but can you read it over the course of like five years i. I'll do it. I'll send you. I'll send you to do it. Yeah okay you're you're you're gonna as part of the altro every week on podcast. You're gonna read a little bit of the book. Okay part of the podcast. Like the outer music senate play and they are going to insert a little reading like i would even say stop mid-sentence right back Ever gonna do. Here's what we're gonna do. 'cause you're editing this this week so i'm gonna i thought i got out of this because it's not it's wednesday. That's right okay. Never mind if you need me to probably be easier for me to do a chapter at a time. Okay we can do this out off. Yeah just from from today on stick around after the ending song for a for for story time from from us to you and it'll be a serialized story and it is a copyrighted by Harper press and. We're not making any money off of it and that's at any money we we. This podcast pays a lot of money. Yeah that's right that's right a lot of money you pay some money. Yeah we pay to expand you. we're paying you. Okay sorry. I really took over eight listener. Painless senator van animal. I don't now aaron. What's for how much we owe. You is what i'm saying. Oh wait my.

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"willem dafoe" Discussed on Way Too Broad

Way Too Broad

04:48 min | 7 months ago

"willem dafoe" Discussed on Way Too Broad

"He's he's like seven years younger than us. Did we talk about noodle. Phone stays and no bones days last week. But no but i've been hearing about it from from everyone even rope. Who's actually on all person to talk. I actually was the minute that i started seeing fans posting songs about noodle and bone stays i was like oh this is going to become millennial cringe like within a week and i think i think it has happened ben noodle is like a thirteen fourteen year old pug on talk. Who if he doesn't feel like getting up that day he'll just pretend he has no bones and so and so his owner. Every morning i've seen people reference. Yeah yeah so. And then people like will so it's become a whole thing and i say like on this bones day all these good things happen to me right so bones as lucky and no one stays like treat yourself days and people keep saying that you're gonna cult if you care about it but like i do every if okay like yesterday i was having a shitty day immediately and i was like this is definitely a no bones day and like he hadn't done it yet but i was like this isn't obon staffordshire and then it was and i and like yeah so it's like that is kind of fun to like take a gasol say or in a coal. If you believe that who's people like what the five people people. Well no. I mean it's not there's nothing to believe it's just a fun thing but that's what that's what's worrying about it like now he's got merged and he's got an and that's fine like you know. Get the bread like that's fine but then it's just going to be those bones. Why wouldn't you say get the bones those bones. She's very santa is that is. Isn't that money. Yeah bones the one dollars the bones. Are they dollars and the worms. Yeah yeah yeah so. It's a noble state today obviously Give the shows so good and it was also. Then that's got is came to la. That's a show that i wish you. I wish you would leave. I think you should ravin. Let's do homework ben. What's your homework for the lovely listeners. My homework go to iraq dot com and making down. Yeah obviously and then down lowest. Walk around the first part. Everyone shout good job. Thank you spell the first part on this retraction shut up. But now i'm putting it back in effect got vis-a-vis are mix. God's mpc and boobs. Lilia where i have a question can i can. I know that we're in shut up effect. But if i'm keeping you up ruined with where from hyphen you up my loud. Do i had to shut up. Still no okay cool. Thank you short on now. Okay now to jokes pam Yeah sometimes she wait for direction right. My homework is go by ella. Enchanted your local bookstore. And just read it and you're gonna love it and it's going to be one of your favorite songs. Yeah just read it really dumb fun. And maybe if you're if you are producer either of movies mini series audio books. Get in touch. Let's work something out. I could narrate the audio book. That seems like something. I feel much more qualified to do than write a screenplay. And what i think we were just having a connected brain moment because as you were saying i can marry the audiobook. I was just having this idea. Would we get sued. If you read hell enchanted little by little every episode of the podcast. I don't say after the.

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"willem dafoe" Discussed on Way Too Broad

Way Too Broad

02:47 min | 7 months ago

"willem dafoe" Discussed on Way Too Broad

"Rate. She wait okay. We need to give so much context. Good we're talking about slack right now. We're in slack okay. Aaron posted the she meant to post the link incidentally to broad channel but jason posted it into cute picks first of all second of all the three sixty thing is. It's a seminar that i'm going to for work. But they wanted to get people from different walks in my life to talk about my emotional intelligence or like to do like a survey about it. and so. I sent it to aaron and ben and a few other people and someone put a. I think a joke in my open ended questions. And so i just wanted to know erin if you did that. No credit for it. Sometimes she waits for direction like sometimes he cry. I wish i could say that. I did but i simply didn't wow. This is all it said to like. I know there's a comma okay so so as part of the three sixty thing that people did for me which i appreciate that were open ended questions at the end is like what kind of working relationship do you have or whatever relationship with this person like you know what do you. What do you think about how. They handle like stressful situations. Except like that and the last question asked about how. I think how you handle stress. I think it was something about how you handle situations at work and someone and i was certain it was one of you to because you're the only two who like would make a reference like this just wrote. Sometimes she wait for direction common with nothing else after i that was like a form. Some middle error. Unfortunately yeah. I wish. I put some time. She cry but i felt like it was. That was important for your for your work. I mean i would have definitely known that was you so so would have been fine because it only goes to me you know but Okay realized that has taken better advantage of it. Then so right yes. Sometimes he cries is also an inside reference. It's a family joke based on an answer to quip lash question whiplash several years ago at thanksgiving that we still reference frequently so i think my little sister did that one. I think i did it. How did you Okay yeah you're right. You're right thanks for taking credit. Where credit's khloe. And if you're listening to this and you think i'm wrong you know. Hit me up. I was responsible for coining. Lto which is left to the out constantly. Lto are teo..

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"willem dafoe" Discussed on Way Too Broad

Way Too Broad

04:01 min | 7 months ago

"willem dafoe" Discussed on Way Too Broad

"You know a dogs just kind of hump figure just like the air like nothing in particular you as we always say. It's not hump day. You never hunted. So i always tell them whenever something but the first thing he did. This morning was home. And how body that wasn't curse that was really blessed i thought so icon. Hello and welcome to the show and tell program for.

Episode 140: You Like Huey Lewis & The News? - burst 04

The Swearwolves

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Episode 140: You Like Huey Lewis & The News? - burst 04

"Listen we all have our embarrassing cds or music that we had bought back in the day. Like one of the first cds. I ever got the song. Rico suave rico by gerardo so i bought that fucking cd. That's awesome leedle models jingu. None of that was spanish by the way that was just my memory on the sandwich. I don't drink or smoke or into dope. try coke. You asked me how to do it. I cope addiction has to do with the female species. Edem raw like sushi. That's awesome

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Twelve Minutes Is An Indie Game With A Star-Studded Cast

Checkpoint Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Twelve Minutes Is An Indie Game With A Star-Studded Cast

"Minutes and its story driven and the idea is that this couple keeps reliving these 12 minutes over and over and over like Spike Spike Lee joint. Yeah, kind of and you get to help decide what they doing. They lived through it, but the reason that it jumped back up onto my radar. There's three characters that it in their voice by James McAvoy, Daisy are Daisy Ridley and Willem Dafoe was the narrator How, um, voice telling them They're crazy. Name out, Like even five? Maybe eight years ago. Your You're like, Yo, we're gonna get three of the largest Hollywood actors to do this small scale video game is indeed game essentially yet they're like wild. What are you talking about? That would never happen. But now in today's Age like that's what they know that they those names alone helps bring people in to play the game. I'm interested now more so in this 12 minutes game now that you said those three people are involved. Exactly. Okay, Well, what is this 12 minutes all about? And then finally, I think

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"willem dafoe" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"willem dafoe" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Should call her right now I guarantee you she would leave her job to listen to us if it's about mermaids I think she would too I'll call you right now Z. they hot what do you think of the mermaid okay how does that work yeah soon you know let's fight Alexis live perfect let's find out now John you have mermaid sex on the run down of our broadcast and I'm dying to find out why okay I watched a movie on Amazon prime the White House it has Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe in it it was directed by Robert and Max Eggers Kenny you will love this movie I actually saw the information I was going through a Amazon prime last night saw this read about it but then did not watch all you have to watch it because it's films like it was shot in New England in the eighteen nineties they actually used a certain type of film which is double X. stock black and white and that requires a lot more light and exposure so when they shot at night in indoors they had use about fifteen to twenty times more light to actually see on the film but its film that way to make it look like a nineteen eighteen film they actually used to period correct kerosene lamps and filters that were not filters but lenses from the nineteen twenties to do this look it is so beautifully shot I mean the cinematography is just amazing and the story is really super creepy in dark it's about to light house keepers and they start to go crazy were on there on this remote and mysterious New England island in eighteen ninety if you are thinking Robert Pattinson can't play Batman you need to watch this movie why he it's just he brings a real darkness to his character and vulnerability that's just captivating and Willem Dafoe is so outstanding I've this is one of the best acting performances I've ever seen anyone do I have a clip of him he actually lived on this island and never went to a hotel he lived they built a seventy foot White House Willem Dafoe lived in it the whole time they're barely spoke to each other here's a little bit of his one of Willem Dafoe's.

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Willem Dafoe on 'The Lighthouse,' working with Robert Pattinson

Popcorn with Peter Travers

02:23 min | 2 years ago

Willem Dafoe on 'The Lighthouse,' working with Robert Pattinson

"A great movie for you to see right now. Called the lighthouse starring Willem Dafoe. Who just accidentally happens wants to be here? Happened congratulations thing. You know. Because it's so dramatic with you and Robert Pattinson acting this lighthouse lighthouse. Could you stand each other. After you finished shooting it. Oh sure it was a pleasure to look at him. It's a pleasure you played so many mean bester stick to I have a now. I have this all right. Peters what we've also played really Nice People Jesus Christ thank you so I get that but these guys go a little crazy yup for the weeks there on this like he would do I would yeah. It's eight thousand ninety s lighthouse off the coast of Maine Two guys they're supposed to be there for for four weeks once an older guy. He's an old hand has been working at the lighthouse for a little while. That's you that's me. I'm the older one of the a two not an old guy. Oh older one. Yes and then. There's the younger one which is rob Pattinson. And he's new. It's kind of mysterious. Who exactly acne is? But I kinda put him through his paces and try to break him into this kind of work kind of rake imperial. Well hang on. Aw I all just trying to run the lighthouse. And then we don't get picked up. The weather goes very bad. And we're supposed to be relieved after four weeks and we don't and then not to give away the whole story but then the food goes bad and we have nothing but liquor left we start to drink back and to people that weren't great friends at the beginning Don't become better friends with and things don't Kossovo. Sometimes when there's there's no looker kerosene will come in as well. You know but it's such an isolating thing that we're watching you get cost or phobic when you're watching and we feel the same way I was longing for kerosene when I came out You know it's a psychological thriller beautifully made by the Director who made made the witch anger Robert eggers a real talent shot by germ ski. The deal P

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Commentaries on 'the Shining', 'the Witch', and 'the Lighthouse'

Filmspotting

07:39 min | 2 years ago

Commentaries on 'the Shining', 'the Witch', and 'the Lighthouse'

"Ching the shining for the first time as an adult was discovering the Jack Torrance isn't just a husband and you can occur when people are shut in together over long periods of time no jack came to that the first such instance of abuse a writer clinging to the dream of finishing his book he's stalking the hotel grounds with an axe becomes more inevitable than tragic which incidentally you just need the right environment to be unleashed and if I was just a little bit more talented a writer the farms and Forests of Seventeenth Century Massachusetts with their assorted mysteries and intense isolation here too the father has got some baggage having just been kicked out of his puritan colony due is also carrying a few burdens there are allusions to a violent act from his time as a lumberjack insists and Ephraim unwilling to imbibe replaces the alcohol with water before signed up to spend on the island isn't merely a new start but a form of Rehab I settled and see monsters seductive mermaids and mesmerizing light so consuming character and the lighthouse especially once vicious storm makes FM's exit uncertain and does it have something to do with alcoholism cabin fever some other more abstract spiritual three of explanations and deeper meaning well I'm going to answer this both ways and figure out what this is about to enjoy it at all because I kinda loved this movie even though it's very different in some ways from the witch which also we have a good time with this film if you're willing to and if you set those questions four of Scott together but we also tried to steer away from too much talk just to kind of save it aspect ratio and she also loved defoe as I did I do think that persistent Wailing Moan just rises and lowers in host with seawater yourself then this is going to be a wild ride you enjoy but if you look using candle light to really or lamps to be sole very well ostentatious yes I felt that but annoyed no not I think up until that point they have that conversation about the toast and we hear Willem dafoe starts we're all the company has had a very different experience than the Larsen boy watching this film Ellen yet for whatever reason or reasons find the work mostly hollow and and now seeing the lighthouse I think eggers might be my guy and again we're gonNA the Lighthouse itself is weird it's complex it's testing and I know I was all alone and it sounds like mostly all alone on this one too there's something oppressive and it's impressive don't get me wrong you mentioned the foghorns the seagull sounds the monotonous light and so there's always this kind of droning trudging sound just like their lives kind of

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Oscar nominations 2019 predictions: From A Star is Born to Roma

Lewis and Logan

06:49 min | 3 years ago

Oscar nominations 2019 predictions: From A Star is Born to Roma

"Eight. I saw green book most recently, which I thought was great that may end up being my pick to to win the best picture. You've seen all best picture movies except for Roma. So you've got Black Panther black klansman bohemian rhapsody, by the way, Adam Lambert and Queen are going to perform Sunday, that'd be cool. That'll be really lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper performing. Which will also be cool. You really cool the favorite green book Romo rumour, aroma. Tony Romo model a star is born and vice. And who you picking unpicking green book to win because I think it made you feel the best and it was well done a period piece based on a true story, Rome. I think is getting a lot of a lot of buzz too. But maybe the director Affonso who also I think one best picture for gravity in our best director in two thousand thirteen for gravity Black Panther, which I know dragon scene for sure is definitely the best of all the marvel movies ever made. And it's interesting because it was such a big deal about their cast being all black the director and writer Ryan Kugler African American and so I'm surprised that he wasn't nominated for best director as well, Spike, Lee. This is his fifth nomination for best director. He's never one. But I'm picking green book to win that wouldn't be surprised if Roma does I loved bohemian rhapsody. But you remember when it came out, and we talked about they took some liberties with the story joke that Freddie Mercury doesn't die of aids in the movie because I remember making that joke. They changed a bunch of stuff around in that movie. Why did you read the bio and Freddie Mercury? I talked to friends that have seen it the no a lot more about Queen and the timetable with how the movie plays out and how he got in the band and stuff, but it's an entertaining movie. What's the best movie you've seen this year because I'm picking green book to win? I haven't seen any of them, by the way. So I got nothing. Oh. Yeah. Set a best picture you haven't seen Black Panther either. No. But are you a superhero movie guy? No, not at all. No. I I haven't seen any of those. I'm gonna say that I I like bohemian rhapsody a lot and I'm not a huge Queen fan. But I really liked it. But I'm gonna go with the stars four stars born it was it was really really I think the biggest reason reasonable win. Cathy, is that it's already been this is the fourth. They've done this story. I know that they've tweaked it. I didn't lady Gaga is gonna pull the upset for best actress, I hope so I you know, it really really made me like lady Gaga put her in a total different category fro. Yes. She's fantastic. A great singer. But you know, I I like her music, but I never put her like on this pedestal you've tried to act not try you weren't actor try. That's a bit of a stretch. But yeah, but the point is imagine the first real you ever play you get nominated for an Oscar, and I get that she's playing a struggling musician, and she can easily identify with that and go back to what it took to get discovered and all of that. And and you know, toiling in nothing jobs hoping for that break, but to execute that onscreen, and she was she was the best part of the movie by far Bradley Cooper is really good. But I hope she wins. Even though Glenn Close, it's seven nation. She's never one. So she could be a lifetime achievement kind of winner. If you will she's phenomenally talented, she s I don't know. But I liked Ramey. Malik as I think he's going to go. I mean, he did a great impersonation. So let's go actor in a leading role, you got Christian bale? Vice Bradley Cooper, a star is born Willem Defoe at eternity gate. Remmy Romney Malik bohemian rhapsody Vigo Mortenson green book, jussie smollet for the Chicago hope. Very funny. Avi next next year. He'll get one for that bright. Yeah. Like when Golden Globes. Yeah. So that it plus you're combining acting and singing did he really singing. Oh, okay. So we he was acting like a cigarette. Huber really saying. Yeah, he did having Adam Lambert seeing at the goal K, so okay. And at the Oscars, maybe Bradley Cooper, then because he's singing and acting and this is any directed it. This is Bradley Cooper's forced nomination as an actor, and he's never won Christian bale. One once Willem Dafoe. This is his fifth nomination. He's never won. And I don't I know Vigo Mortenson hasn't won. And certainly Rami Malik first nomination. Still picking me Malik to win. I thought he was great. Actress in a leading role you have low LIZA appereciation from Roma. You have Glenn Close. Everybody knows here from the wife Livia Coleman from the favorite lady. Gaga stars born Melissa McCarthy, can you ever forgive him in a more serious turn not a not a comedic role. She's awesome. The best lady Gaga for that. I think it's upset Glenn Close as the heavy favorite. But I'm I'm pulling a lady Gaga upset as my pick feel like Glenn Close because she's been around. So long performance is great. And then maybe it's like her turn kind of thing. Maybe and, but they did it lady Gaga's gonna keep acting and have another shot seems far-fetched at this point. Right. So is leader thirty. So, but how come Bradley Cooper, gene, get a directing because he did for American sniper? So that's about those are the biggies right there. Yeah. Supporting actor and actress, Marcia Lee who is in green book, I bet you. He wins a second. You don't want to talk about making hairstyling best animated feature. Incredible to come on. I don't know about best editing. The spider verse hairstyling best song song about best picture. Or did. We did that already songs. Best. The song. Okay. What are your choices? I don't see all the stars Black Panther. I'll fight RV g the place where lost things go. Mary. Poppins returns. Shallow. A star is born when a cowboy change Spurs for wings, the ballot BUSTER Scruggs, and that's different from original score original scores of music throughout the movie right songs. I think it'll be almost impossible. For lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper not to win. I think they win. Okay. We're we're out of time. I'll watch part of it. Yeah. It's like a four hour show. Four hours. It's hard to it gets here. It's one of my favorite my favorite nights of the year. I used to always do with my mom. That guy picks. I'm that guy. I have a couple of friends getting together to watch the show. I get it. I mean, if you watch I haven't seen all the movies. I wait to watch him on the Denver Broncos play. Year later used be all the movies. It'll be of several of these. Oh, I gave did your wife end up watching bohemian a couple times guide and really liked.

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"willem dafoe" Discussed on Modern Love

Modern Love

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"willem dafoe" Discussed on Modern Love

"What do you do when the clock runs out on a relationship when there's no more time left to ask the questions? You want answered that's what Bruce Eric Kaplan sorts through in his essay missing a father. I hardly knew it's read by Willem Dafoe who received an Oscar nomination for best actor in a leading role for his portrayal of Vincent Van Gogh in at eternity gate. The psychic started to laugh what I said. After your father dies. She said you're going to find out something about something. Hilarious lau. What they aren't saying. But apparently, it's really funny. It's been going on for a while is going on right now. Definitely. This is very frustrating. I thought. Is it sexual? I asked. I think so, but it doesn't have to be. I scrolled through the various possibilities to think of what it could be nothing felt like. Obviously, she said you must have sensed already that. He had this surprising thing going on that, you know, nothing about that is just totally crazy. And Larry's I thought for a moment. No, well, whatever it is. When you find out you're going to laugh. This conversation happened nine years ago. My wife was writing television pilot based on a book about a famous psychic. We were having dinner with the psychic. And she did an impromptu session with me. So Kate could see her in action. I say this distressed that the prediction came from someone a lot of people considered to be a very reliable source. When my father Jerry was dying just over two years ago. I kept thinking about how little I knew him, which isn't to say I hadn't spent time with them. I lived with both him. And my mother in Maplewood New Jersey until I went to college. I talked to him on the phone every week when soon after leaving college, I moved to Los Angeles. I came back frequently to see them and then him after my mother died. And in the last five years I've worked on television show that shoots in New York and saw him every spring and summer. But I am here to say we almost never talked about anything. Nothing zero..

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"willem dafoe" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"willem dafoe" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Wearing motion capture. Yes. What is that? Like. Looks super comfortable, and it's just not even a delight for John carber. I was I was on like stilts this high. And been can't be camera on my back and the dots and the ridiculous unflattering, you know, Mushin capsule apps you in the desert for practically five months, all my. And then when they when the review comes out someone says, you know, ours carcass voiced by Willem Dafoe. How did I thought? Okay. Oh how movies? They don't and they don't they don't have to. I don't know how cards made but I can still drive in. It can get me someplace. But what's that? Like, it's. Pretending it's task. It's task. It's it's challenge. You know, we used to play basketball on stilts to try to get good with them. You know, I like it. I mean, I I'm like doing structured actions and having something come out of it. It's. Sometimes I've even I've said I feel more like a dancer than an actor because I really believe in the wisdom of the body. And I think I think all things emotional psychological from out of action in home out of applying yourself to doing things that doing actor actor do were. How old is your son? How old is probably thirty seven. Okay. I'm asking because. Me somewhere around that. He's four years older than me. He's thirty six. I'm good at math thirty six. Okay. Let's go with that. But the reason I ask is because it's always interesting to me, you almost always here actor say, I made a film. So my kid could see it or or. What would I thinking of? Get it. But I never. Here. I care, but that's not why do. Fighter bigger fish to fry wary about that. Think that was cool though, having you in spider man, doing things like that you grew up on movie sets the app around the theater's. So everything was cool. Yeah. Maybe that's why didn't need to do it for him. Because he was always pretty around my stuff. So we was me. I was him. We're family. I don't have to do. For. Tell us about your Pixar experience. Picks is great. I mean, I can. For example. Well, it's different because John Carter was one thing. And finding nemo was a mother finding nemo. Andrew Stanton is just fantastic to work with. And basically since you're voicing things you'd go in there, and you just bang away. All these different variations just to give them material to work with because they're animating you aren't animating to something that's already drawn doing the first year doing the first draft. And then there's lots of drafts after that. But he was a genius at being in the room and just giving you direction to put it on its head. Do it sideways. Do it in all these different ways. And was really fun. It was like a game of call and response. And he was you know, tireless in variety he could find and Pixar as a place was just amazing because everybody was turned on a do..

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"willem dafoe" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

05:25 min | 3 years ago

"willem dafoe" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Basically. I'm out of it. Now. I'm yes. Hard to sustain because my concentration, you know, the movie changed me, and I'll probably never look at painting the same way. And I I've learned certain things about perception and making art that I in a more articulate now than they were before. But the truth is. Yeah. Take that away. And I'm not sure I'm not sure I want to send kind of confidence of the same kind of clarity. And I found that's true. Generally, something often ask questions, you know. Oh, you you talked about inhabiting roles. Do they stay with you that sort of thing it truth is, of course, they stay with you because that's an experience that interest your subconscious and certain things stay with you because twelve hours a day life. Yeah. If you're playing basketball player, you you you're going to be thinking about basketball for a while. But. You know, the truth is when the character's make comes is created out of action. It's created situation. When those one of those things go away, they aren't it's not as easy to sustain. I would think. You work with so many top notch directors and you've worked with some repeatedly. Yes. Sort of most curious to ask you about is, Wes Anderson. Okay. That's from what I understand. He creates a unique environment. What he's shooting. No, I've I've worked with them. Three times two times men on animation. All right. So three, but banned mation not do. It's different devalue it, but I'm sitting in the studio. It's very that's fantastic fantastic. Mr fox. On both the films that I did with him. My my function was quite different. And he did have a different approach. But the one thing about west is he's very precise. And he sees things and. I I remember seeing a Lou. Simple stick. Stick figure kind of. Animated. Whether you call it storyboards story board or. Grand Budapest hotel. It was the movie it's like released this. At the budget release this tastic, and he did all the voices. He told me he said some of the actors deal wanna see this because they said oh God. I wanna hear you doing my tax you now. I don't want to see this. You know, I've got to find it for me. I loved it. I thought okay. It's I've got the structure now, we can do it. And the doing the contact that quality of being there is what I love. And this this notion of of you know, it makes me think of actually Van Gogh. He said, he's he's to say, I don't invent the picture. I find it in nature and just after free it, which is a beautiful thing. Yeah. So Wes gives you a beautiful world gives you beautiful detail. And then you enter it. I also think of. I'm David Lynch. You know, some terms you go into get a costume, and as of rack of things, and you're trying on staff, and you say, maybe this maybe that David Lynch brought me a constant one hangar and said here it is. And it was perfect. He gave me the perfect setup. That's where you want from a director. You want a perfect setup. You want the world made. And then when you enter you know, what you have to do. It's a when it's always that way. It's a it's a pleasure when there's someone with a very clear vision. Yeah. And some people that sounds dead name like, well, then what do you do? What do you do you do right here? And there's nothing more beautiful. And it always changes it always changes in the doing. And so when they give you a beautiful setup like that you can live you can live and not be so burdened by choices and conscious decisions, you can really get into the flow of things. And if you stray from what they had in mind, Newt you gently toward I'm sure or or he may have a moment where he says God, this is better than I thought let's go that way. It's not like it's rigid. But he's. West really sees it. And then. Does it gets the people and applies applies. You've done a couple of couple of movies in motion capture..

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04:05 min | 3 years ago

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"And when you learn something you become a new person now because you you have a different sensibility. You have different you're attracted to different things. And I love that in and it not only does it's not a, you know, not only does it broadened you. But it also once again makes you flexible because I think it's we get stuck. We can't you know, we're conditioned to really. I don't know culturally where all about productivity in reason. And you know, the truth is very far away from that. But the truth is what's going to make us stay alive and awake. So in these taking on different stories in different roles. I think it always challenges your thinking and wakes you up wakes you up. I mean. When you see a film, that's very far away from you. But it, but it touches you you start imagining yourself in that situation, and if makes you kinder and more thoughtful towards other people and with your Antea self and also makes you feel more equanimity and makes you except a little bit more are in a situation. Now, basically, we're all dying. Let's stay alive on her life with a certain kind of Shuhada the intention tension and. And. Consciousness rather than trying to our lessons. Well, we had one artist friend, we visited one day in his studio. And he said he had AMIS brush. Well along. Should go ahead. Just goes you work on this Bush, just tab. I was scared to death. I was I was literally I was dumbstruck. I didn't have the nerve to touch. His canvas said, I can paint over it. Or there's nothing here. Brunen filing, dab dot. Yeah. That is the band painted out. We will never know shooting. When I'm thanks Julian Schnabel, the director of king of bathrobes taught me because he taught me how to paint he said, there's no such thing as bad, Mark. And he made me see painting as making Mark see song. Eight taught me how to paint the light. I learned so much from him. Another dumb question. Have you continued painting? I haven't I haven't read. It's a practical thing that what free time. Do you have you may as team movies and hear what time do you have for this? It's I like working with oil you really need a studio. Yes. I don't wanna be a dilettante. You're now if I going to do I really want to do it that was perfect condition for really concentrating on I had a friend recently who saw the movie, and he said, you know, I was telling you that I learned Bank that I was you know. With no judgment of how skillful or anything. I said. Yes, I was painting. He said that was great. I said I post shoes. Basically, I painted them in real time. I got a lot of help. But allow coaching and a lot of preparation before. But I and he said, wow. Would you come and paint me? He's one of my oldest friends, and I said. I don't think. So he said, please, please. Really? I'd really love you to do a portrait of night. And I hope he loses my phone..

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05:46 min | 3 years ago

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"Else doing. So that's not a great answer for best location. But it's a it's a wonderful and the worst. I'd say the worst is probably I don't like working so much in the studio. Green screen when your show up. You've got a coffee mug within on that can be pretty dead. Okay. We kicked off those two boxes and we'll go back to just talk. I don't care. But I did I. I am curious about the film that you made in Auschwitz. Well, that was a great experience. And I am thinking about lately because Arnold hopeless. The producer recently has to weigh. And he was also a producer on platoon and other films as well. But those are two films that I made with him. We I think we were basically the first film to film entirely. On location in heck meekly, we filmed in ocean at Auschwitz, but most of it was filmed in Birkenau. And this is pre wall falling Poland, and it was tough and Burke amount would they it's like, they padlock the place at lunch. I could. I'd wander around, and you could still find person effects the in the grass, she you know, it's such a evil lace. You couldn't contacted emotionally hit only duet story. But. Of course. And there were moments where you just look at a piece of land. And you'd see a tree that was you knew was old enough to have witnessed one went on there. And it was chilling. But it's so far away from you. So far from your experience that it was difficult to grasp, but of course, shooting in the real place. Really rooted the experience. Also, we had like people that were both. Prisoners dinner and also people that work there, and they were having reunions by elderly now, and they they were sharing stories. The movie was based on the story of. Vessel Mamata boxer. A Greek Jew who was synthetic Schwartz, and he survived by basically catching the attention of the commandant because he was good boxer and just for entertainment, they'd have the inmates walks and the commandant really liked him. So he got preferential treatment. So you had this horrible situation a moral dilemma where you can't begrudge the guy find his way to survive. But at the same time, he it he couldn't extend those privileges to his friends and his family. So he was that he was basically taking favorites from the people that were killing his people. So it was an interesting. Story and and didn't get a huge release. I think it was admired by some people very much, but it did really habits day made by Robert young Wease. Great, great filmmaker. And I I'd love to work with him. I don't wanna hog question department here. No, it's. Say it's overwhelming, the number of movies you've made and the locations and the actors and everything else and trying to to we have trouble remembering all of it. I don't know how you do in the movies and the place that have done my life. I'm starting to realize are the only way I remember. Sure. Sure. Sure. It's really funny because if you say movie, I may not remember all the editions. I'm not Jane bring out all the anecdotes about the film and all that. But I do remember what was going on in my personal life has to share. That's only it's a marker. We realize we didn't name. The film is called triumph of this idea. Young trying to guess front for the spirit except for the actors working on it who were stuck at the camps. Not so much triumph of the spirit. But yes, it was tough hard before that film, I presume you had to learn I did and I had I had a world class trainer teddy. Atlas who worked with custom motto when he was worked with custom out of the famous drain. You know of Mike Tyson and many others. And he he was fantastic. So sort of like the painting in Van Gogh boxing was essential to finding the key of the character of the of the story. But that's one of the things. I find fascinating about an actress like, oh, yeah. Well, you learn things you learn things..

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03:41 min | 3 years ago

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"And it was very diverse group. So. African Bravo for that. Hillary Clinton, quote is right. Yeah. Taken village, really guns. And I've my son's proof of that. Because more tolerance martyr person you want to make. Yeah. I always traveling a lot. I I maybe it's because they grew up in the midwest. I knew that was a big world out there. But but that to always fascinates me. You talked to someone you talked to someone from a place like where you grew up, and, you know, from quite a young age that you can't live there forever. And that to me is so interesting to just sort of a lot of my friends from the time they were eleven twelve years old. They said, I know I can't live here forever. And that's I don't know that I thought that. I just I cannot honestly say that I felt like I wasn't with my. Yeah. I'm not sure fund my people yet. Maybe I'm looking for them through these movies. Maybe the problem is me. But you know, I mean, that's that's a classic. You know, adolescent growing up trying to find them out his identity, but I think that was very strong when I was growing up. I'm going to ask you a interview type question, we always have a conversation on what's the best location? You've ever been on. And what's the worst location? And who do you hate? Okay. Get warmed up the best location. That's so hard to say. But one thing that pops in my mind, I did a movie very little seen movie with director Mark Pepple was probably better known as a screenwriter. We worked with Bertolucci worked with. He as a young man, he wrote a lot of beautiful screenplays did a movie called victory based on the Joseph Conrad novel, and we shot in Malaysia, Indonesia. And Germany, and I remember it. We were on. We went on a period ship. Some of the time, and I'd just climb over the side. We'd be going to a an island location that you can only reach by ship. We'd be in this period shift by being my wardrobe and I'd stripped down to you know, underwear I'd go down the side. I'd swim to the island. They'd make me with my costume there. And we'd found we were living a life that was a tropical island life shooting. A film. In an area that was basically uninhabited, and it was just thrilling because you're out of the difference between the living and the fiction of the story was there was very little that was blurred. And it was so exciting, and it was such beautiful area. And so I love that. I love that when you're on location, and you create a new experience in that helps of course, inform the. Everything.

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04:01 min | 3 years ago

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"He catch onto that. Unlike when I'm here, but I wouldn't wanna live here where do you live? I live in New York. I'm not there very much. And I also live in Rome because I married in talian smart, man. I'm talian. America tahiliani. I like it. I didn't read you have dual citizenship. Now through her through her. You gotta oh, yeah. See my husband we've gotten him his green card. But now, he's gotta pay up. Like what about me from the U K? He's from you slice. Excuse me. Please talk to the Queen. And hurry this up. I wanna have to what do we think? Brexit. Let's. I just I just spent a month back there in was in friends and family and. He then you start getting more regular work in movies. I did but still my identity was not as a movie actor at that point didn't happen for very long time. Would you say the game changer? Many ways was platoon. Yes. I mean, I think so because that was the first film that was a popular and critical success and had an international. You know, was was successful internationally. But there were there were baby steps there were other steps that you know, contributed streets of fire. The first the film was not a success, but I got some attention for that. People started asking me to come in to see that for work because you got to remember, I'm working at a little theater. That's what I do. Yeah. I'm I don't have an agent and a manager and all that for quite some time now. Now. So from Kathryn Bigelow 's first movie, the loveless, I Walter Hill's saw a look with of me on the motorcycle. And of course, gas me as much. And so that had that put me on my way, and then to live in Diana lay was very important because while at the time that was not a huge success either. It was a film that was very much admired by filmmakers. Yeah. So I know you can kind of trace that Oliver Stone and Martin Scorsese both were aware for me from that movie. So that's a good thing. You know, it's all you know, success and failures, you know, all you never know tribute. You never know where that line going never know. And which is why? As is obvious. All ready. You're open to all experience young. And and you hope it leads to other good. I tried to avoid bad. Your dad. I am how grandfather. That's why I only because it's so there is a whole other aspect of being that you're an actor your gypsy. You know, and you have my God we're looking over. And it's like you have films all over the world you have worked with what feels like everybody, and and then you sort of. But then there's the other part of your life that is your life like talking about you're saying with the theater that was like home, but we were gypsies. And for example, my my son grew up in that company. And I think he's about a four and because he had lots of mothers and fathers and lots of different models to sample from..

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"And it was just the wrong time things were so fancier. They said step out. And that was it. But that was there was a lot of tension on that movie. I mean, I had a great time. And it was really it was really exciting. But it was strange because in the first day, I think we got a week behind because Michael Jamuna was developing this thing in in the way that the studio wasn't quite down with. He was created. No material all the time. I was basically unscripted extra extra and he started putting me in scenes and things it didn't really cut me out. I could if we watch it if we sat, and we watch the movie I can show you where I am because I'm peppered all through it. The new drinking game the new drink look. Just look drunk. There. But yeah, it was it was a humiliating thing. But on the other hand, I was supposed to only go out there for two weeks, and then go back to theater and then come back for like another two weeks will when I got there. I didn't have an agent or anything they just caught cast me from Saint me at the theater. I they said guess what you're not on this thing called the daily contract and more. They ripped it up. And they said you're on a weekly, and we're going to keep you as long as we'd like because this is in you wouldn't argue with that I had just one big movie with and they were like you're lucky to be here. You know lucky you, so, but that created a problem with theater, so it was a mixed blessing. When I got fired. I was then back with my colleagues with the people that I my life really was with. So while it was humiliating that my foray into the professional world was kind of stunted there. I also remember being happy at that. Okay. I'm I'm going home. I'm going home to do work. What I say the mind boggling, then that was mind boggling at once film top to bottom, and it was a wonderful experience in. They were doing wonderful things. It's you know, it just got off track. Yeah. And also somewhere, you know, it's famously. Was relevancy in some what what people remember is that it sunk is studio and. In those days. You know, it was. I don't know a sink or swim immediately. And they really hold it. They didn't even give it a chance, and it became a whipping boy. So even though personally I was in a hurt by that experience. I don't gloat at all. Because I he was doing something interesting and from a financial standpoint, I get it. I get it. He was putting resources at risk and he was being low irresponsible. But he was also. Trying to make a great movie. So I I had a lot of respect for him. And I wouldn't call it a strikeout it has too many good things in it. Yeah. And and you know, he could be rough and she could be demanding. And it could be a perfectionist on all those things. But there were also he was very talented. So I can't I can't I can't you know, You know, I I got got a. a foot both camps on that. Yeah. Well, that's a hell of a baptism of fire. That's an interesting note to be fair. I mean, that's that. Really? That was my first like studio experience there that was a time where people were making films. So I I was involved in you know. Small films downtown at that time, they weren't professional, but they were still interesting. So it's not like what it sounds like, you don't know. Accept the the the the lunch breaks pet. You know, the thing that I remembered that really shocked me, and this was interesting when I got there. I was working in this downtown theater. And then I got there and everybody when they were hanging out they were talking about their houses and their careers and their horses and their webs when I was at home people were talking about literature. It was a different culture young as my entered doctrine to kind of. Professionalism and a lifestyle thing that was very stamped by Hollywood. Yeah. Well, it is a company town. And there's no mistaking. Yeah. And more than a couple of days..

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05:46 min | 3 years ago

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"When did that that appeal to you right away? Well, I think you know, one of the most influential performances when I was a kid that I saw I still think about hours bar, scar losses Frankenstein the sequence in. Bride of Frankenstein where he says we be long, and well, we belong dead. And he reaches for the lever. That foes makes the explosion happens that brings down the castle and a single tear rolls down his eye that was Abbas movies to me that was opera that was that was very poignant. All of those things still true. Yes. Yes. So. I think I was drawn to extreme situations and extreme ways of performing. And I think also fitter background not always. But I just find that sometimes mask provides it becomes a trigger to forget yourself, for example, when I did this movie shadow vampire, I was unrecognizable and it was a long makeup job. And when I would look at myself in the mirror. I didn't look like myself and accent. I didn't sound like myself. I was wearing course it and a costume that made me move physically differently. I didn't move like myself all those things took away from myself and allowed me to maybe I'm being literal, but feel quite like someone else, and that's a wonderful feeling when you can abandon your conditioning and open up to another experience. You know, I can be you can be you or I can be you. I can imagine your experience, and it's not just about empathy. It's really about challenging this idea that we're fixed personality to am. I think ultimately, I'm like position events actor, as you know, the person, that's, you know, in front of a campfire telling the story, even though it's not always about stories, but through their experience people, watch them and share that experience. And that's why. Like a movie like and goes so much because it is about perception. And if you are with him with that very subjective camera with all those close ups with all those sequences where you're just with him walking around or you're with him painting. It. Takes you to another way of thinking. And I think that that's what keeps us alive shadow of the vampire is one of my favorite movies ever. I love it. Big state. It's true. What am I recommend it to people all the time? It's one that I try to keep alive because I I love it. But also every time I hear nails. Oh, yeah. When I have long Bill someone's near me, I just shoot right to that. And I got so good that movie. So good, and you. Did I mail it? Oh. Everything that was the that for me is it's just it's say, it's one of my favorites. But also every time I see you do anything else. A little part of my brain wants you to be knows for auto. And I which is ideal for the Florida project was also knows for auto in the sunlight, just painting. But no, it's it's one of those it felt like you were having an incredible time. And I was having fun with you. I get excited I love. But I'm sorry. It's great. Masks again this. He has a theme. No, no, no, no, no. I'm gonna go in a different direction. How except the champ except the unbidden chance. Okay. You got involved in theater? Would you call it? Experimental theater. I would for lack of better word. Yeah. I wish there was a better word, but. Documentarian looking for a better. Yeah. That's true. Nonfiction. Phil. Yup. Of but you came out of Stater. And I'm sure number of interesting experiences already on stage and working with a group where you working with almost a repertory you don't group, and then you get hired for your first moving and you spend three months on location in making this movie. Right. This gargantuan movie. Well now. Now part of lower and you even narrated the documentary. I says I'm speaking of Heaven's Gate. Right. And at the end of that three months, you're let go and you're part is cut from the movie. I can't imagine. What that feels like? Well. No, I it was well, I was fired from that movie because we were sitting in a lighting setup for eight hours, and I would shooting a lot and I had a good relationship with everyone and. I laughed at a joke..

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05:56 min | 3 years ago

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"It may be it's not just a question of flaw. But it's, you know, a friend says to me, you know that. It's I think of this expression. You know, the the best is the enemy of the good sometimes. And now and also I'm I'm obsessed lightly. By is expression. That's come into very common usage. Nailing it. I don't like this work. There is no nailing it and nailing. It is also when you think about it. It's about stopping the motion of something, you know, it's killing it. It's putting it, of course, it means perfection and well done, but also the image is like nailing down keeping that knowing what it is. You know, keeping it where it's supposed to be not letting it slide around and the truth is, you know, on Monday, something that's great can be horrible on Friday and something that's great on Friday can be you know, horrible on Monday. So you got to have that kind of you gotta let the reality. And the reality is imperfect, and it's contradictory, and it's disappointing and all those things. Again, you're you're you're not proving your point. You're. You're becoming your point. Ailing it, by the way, we have an ongoing is about to say his favorite about which is better nailing hit or criminal killing it or crushing it. These are his favorites. He likes to ask people, which would you prefer to be doing killing or crushing? Nailing? I was thinking Jesus and you graduate. You've been there crushing it. I think of the crusher I grew up in the mid west at the time before before all, you know, where there were sweaty gyms where these guys would go around on tour and do these all star wrestling's most show lack and the crusher were. Vern ganja. So whole world. Let's look at the clock back a little bit. You do come from Wisconsin. Yes. That like. Small town, the great state of Wisconsin. Yes. When I grow up, I think it was fifty thousand people, and it was it had some universities. It had. It was a big paper mill town when I was growing up. So it was light industry is kind of the seed about quite rural area. It had a paper institute. World-class paper institute. Yeah. It was very, you know, Ari struck that of surnames were were German and English. They ran the factories, and then there were Italian polish names and they worked in the factory. So there was a little bit of a class thing there that I was wasn't that conscious of when I was a kid, but I look back on it. And I think that was really strong there. But it was pretty monoculture is very white. It was it was a good place to grow up. But as I became interested in things outside of their I found Dino, also some very narrow mindedness, and I people get disappointed. I don't mean to slag it. It's was a wonderful place to grow up, and it's probably changed a lot. But I had a lot of trouble. When I was reaching adolescence about really feeling like if you didn't stay line. They take it out. You know, kind of an oppression social oppression. That lead in any securities or you're acting. Maybe maybe I don't know. I don't know. I think you know, my. If you looked at a psychological portrait, probably the reason, why became an actor initially was I came from big family, and you know, you all take your roles, and I was kind of I was probably the least talented, but I became the entertainer. By default. You know, and when you first siblings five sisters, two brothers. Yeah. And I think when it starts out, it's a social thing. And you know, yes, you do sports and things, but what you get reinforcement for is being in the school play. So it starts out as that thing. And then as you get older, I never thought of it as a profession, and I never drained a lot did go to university for a little while. But then something else happens and you start meeting artists and you start meeting. People that make their life. Make a living out of being being an artist and you travel a little bit. And all of a sudden it takes on a different dimension. You use the word before I got to use it on you mask. What you said. I ask. All actress put on asks some more than others consciously or more overtly than others. Yes. You've literally. What on a number mass as well as figurative? Yes. And..

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04:43 min | 3 years ago

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"So I do that. But very much like like when you talk about a Van Gogh and aquaman, sometimes those worlds don't know about each other. But actually, that's kind of mice because it reminds you there's all kinds of ways to make things us all kinds of stories to tell there's all kinds of ways to perform. And I think when you have a certain kind of flexibility, you're more open to experience, and it's not just about executing. It's really about discovering. And it's about an on Bree. Connecting with some kind of wonder well last year with the Florida project. We are. We are just Gaga how good no the Sean Baker is a great filmmaker. And and that was such a pleasure to do. I've always I've always liked. I've always. Loved watching movies from other cultures particularly where I don't know. Whether the people are actors in like, I liked performances that aren't. Necessarily where you don't recognize the craft or you don't you don't. You know, you don't know whether they're people are actors, and this was a case of I had to be a person. I and that's kind of what I aspire to do all the time. But this was really good occasion to be a person. I act a second and take your cues from the real people in the environment. We were shooting and from the job than people at didn't really sometimes some did. But some didn't really have traditional skills of an actor technique, but they were wonderful at inhabiting things and doing things, and it was such a reminder that sometimes, you know, the lessons can come from my interesting places. Yeah. What what we struck us when we interviewed, Sean. The two of them were nurturing out so hard on the bet Greenwich film. He's got an tastic, film culture. There will francophiles. Just French all, but but that in particular about spanky McFarland. Oh, yeah. Regain a little Rask. We were really struck by his positively. He did not describe the people in that film accepting you as non actors, which which is a fun one. Non-professional? He called them. First timers. What a lovely positive euphemistic. Right. Right. That great. It's true. It's true. And crit crisper gosh is writing, you know, the both of them they come together, and they make this film. And it was it blew your mind and away because of its simplicity, and what you're talking about that kind of thing. And if people if someone didn't know you I don't think they've know that you weren't just that guy, and that's a big deal. And I think that's also what's what's funny about being in these kind of opposing roles Merman and Van Gogh is that it's it's to extremes, but you're an actor. So whether you're painting assign at your motel or trying to get the topless old woman sitting by the pool to put on clothes, you know, all of these different things. It's all it's all in there. And it's all interesting, and and kind of like what a costume designer sometimes sometimes you're not supposed to notice the wardrobe the. Yes. If if the performance is good enough, you shouldn't notice, and that's. I mean there there are all kinds of performance by performances in performances, and I. Sometimes I'd like very actor Lee performances. I appreciate them. And sometimes like doing them, you know, a big mask or something very, Patrick, but I will say that the actors that you know, that I responded to ever since I was a kid we're we're not the movie stars. But they tended to be the more, you know, like be movie actors and horror film actors because they they had a humanity. Sometimes. More professional or polished performers in. Impact?.

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05:39 min | 3 years ago

"willem dafoe" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"I rebutted I'm Leonard vaults. And I'm Jesse Maltin listening to Maltin on movies, I will Willem mountain. Dr. Well, this is Willem Defoe our guest Willem Defoe hyphen molten. I hope they can sit. On his too long. But I'm gonna go with it. The marquee might be a little tough don't know worth. It. Don't know a quick random question. Yes. Say. You grew up in the mid west. Yes. I did. I go up. I went to public school nothing to lead us or anything. But me when I was growing up. I was called him Van Gogh and go. Yes, you were saying a A you you. give the artist or learning about the artist we call them Van Gogh and everyone calls in Van Gogh pretty much that speaks American English. So the first time I don't wanna feel like a philistine because I've heard the proper pronunciation, right? And well where you are all k- in Italy. And in France, it's fan gawk and in Holland, it's real not really. And I'm not gonna do it Justice is not go. It's been. Oh, it's more. Like, it's that is getting accomplished. You know? So years of Hebrew school, though. I learned that I I'm not you're seven years old. They just had to going. Like a cat. So I could I could handle that. So. Obviously for the movie we adopted the one that we're comfortable with. Because that makes us feel free. Good. Very good. And I also thought that the for for English speaking audiences. That's what most people are comfortable with. And if you're speaking English in the movie, and then you often come along on certain surnames are or words that you pronounce properly, then they just jumped up and the end you're taken out of the moving. Good call. I think. Yeah. Well, the reason I started with that random question is that our guest Mr. Defoe may currently be seen in his getting great acclaim for his performances bango. And we'll be attorneys gate, and and it is a wonderful performance. Really get under his skin. And I'm sure really inch nobble who made the movie it seems like he wanted us in the audience. You get inside his head. I think so it's a very subjective camera. You're with him. You're with him doing things you're with him walking out nature. You you're with him when he's painting. There's some direct address, you know, to the camera, which is sometimes very irritating device in most films. But I think it's done here in such a way that for me. Anyway, it's it's comfortable. You do get in his head. And because this movie I don't think tries to explain away Van Gogh it tries to imagine what his life was like what his in those last years. And that's really broadly, the approach we'll talk more about I want to point out almost emblematic of your screen career also on tater screens or ground the globe right now in aquaman, also Merman. Merman? It's true, though, every time I think if you. You make a whole lot of movies. And I love it. And it's always interesting, but I had no idea you were command. So my husband, and I went to see it the other day there you are. And I just thought he's Van Gogh and Birmingham. There's not many actors in the world who can go. I've got two roles actually right now and one of them, I'm a fish. Though, though, as as we were discussing earlier, not your first time as a fish. That's true. That's true count finding nemo and finding Dory. Right. Well, you've got a heck of a resume. You really do you really do and that doesn't even count because unless we're in New York when you've been there. We haven't seen you on state. I've not had the pleasure of seeing state and still do I still do fit or work last because I used to work with the company, and basically or almost well, I guess I was twenty seven years every day. I was that theatre that I wasn't on a movie set, and that was most of the time. So it was really my life for a long time. I was up theater actor I and I think it really informed very much how I approach performing in even approached how I might movies. Now, I am no longer with that company. The Wooster group, although it does still exist, and I do theater, but only. Specific shows I've worked with Richard foreman. And Robert Wilson a couple of times and most recently with Romeo Castellucci, the great Italian director..

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Film Review of 'At Eternity's Gate': Willem Dafoe Is Vincent Van Gogh

/Film Daily

02:16 min | 3 years ago

Film Review of 'At Eternity's Gate': Willem Dafoe Is Vincent Van Gogh

"HT? What have you been watching? I only saw one movie in the theater this weekend. And that was at attorneys gate, which is the film chronicling the final years of Vincent Van Gogh played by Willem Defoe. I hadn't heard a lot about this movie then praised for limb Defoe's performance, and from what I've seen like trailers or images, it looks kind of muted because it's shot in mostly natural lighting. But and I was wondering whether that would be able to capture sort of like, the brilliant artistry of incident Van Gogh and how he like display's color and everything, and I'm also like a little biased because I absolutely love the doctor who at the soda about Vincent Van Gogh. And I think that's one of the best depictions of the artists, but at attorneys gate is I the best the depiction of the artists in his tortured existence as well as the way that he uniquely views the world. So the natural lighting was it's actually a really beautiful way of depicting. His particularly singular way of viewing the world because it's it's somehow becomes this rich symphony of colors by using the sunlight as a as another form of color. I can't really describe it. But it's just beautifully shot. The descended cinematography is amazing and director Julian Schnabel just doesn't think it Schnabel Schnabel as a brilliant job of just kind of looking all these different types of colors, and shades of just like blades of grass, and yes, Willem Dafoe is astonishing in this movie, especially because this film a lot of it takes place in intense close ups of his face, and he is just all crackles, and and deep deep wells emotion. And I hope that he might get some awards buzz for this film, especially after he got rudely snubbed for the Florida project still. Very bitter about but he's really into gin. And I highly recommend this film, especially if you like Vincent Van Gogh, or if you just want to see a film that really realizes an artist in a beautiful way.

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Anchor Entertainment Rundown

03:35 min | 3 years ago

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"It's recess at what world wind this week has been, and I don't want to alarm you, but it's only Tuesday speaking of which the work week is too long. Why isn't it for days of business and three days of brunch? As would be fair, it's time for the news or as I like to call it your recess from the real news here we go today in news that is great, Meghan Markle and Meghan. Markle's husband, Prince, Harry, I haven't baby. I'm very excited for them. And I know this baby will be very, very cute. But just in case, maybe riana and Archie from Riverdale should have a baby to just so recovered also because Cardi b. chose to name her baby culture. The very, very good name. Cardi baby is still up for grabs. So somebody take advantage of that. Do you wanna party with Ilan musk me neither. But here's the thing. Elon Musk has his own brand of tequila called tesla Keila as in tesla Keila for when you want to get drunk and talk about space and how smart you are and where did everybody go? The k pop group b. t. s. of idle. The song's lash music video of the summer is making a movie. The movie is called burn the stage colon, the movie, and it comes out November fifteenth to screaming. Crowds of me. I'm gonna see it k- pop his gripped me and it won't let go. It feels like eating cotton candy with my eyeballs while various genres of music play all at once and I love it for some reason, Michael boo, Blais who is in many ways. The opposite of k. pop is retiring from using altogether. All Michael boob way don't go when you sing. It's like a roomba made entirely of velvet is rolling through my brain, and there's no way to replicate that no way that is safe. At least as you may remember Willem Dafoe is playing Vincent Van Gogh in a movie because their names rhyme. That's okay. Testing works right. The thing is willing to fo- is sixty three and Van Gogh was only thirty seven when he died. But according to Willem that's no big deal. He said quote, I was surprised that he was only thirty seven years old and then I looked and did some research on what the average age of mortality was in France in the late nineteenth century forty years old. Now it's seventy years old. So without being too cute about it, today's seventy was yesteryears forty and quote, you heard it here folks from Willem Dafoe seventy is the new forty eighty is the new fifty and by nineteenth century French standards. I am a twelve month old baby who for some reason has student loans. All I can think about today is brunch who wants to go get pumpkin spice. Pancakes with me. I'm raising my own hand because that's called self care. Take care guys. I've alluvia Harewood at if you enjoy recess, keep it going by becoming a patron at patriot dot com. I will catch you next time and until then recess journed. The podcast you just heard was published with anchor, got something you want to say to the creator of the show, send them a voice message using the anchor app free for an Android.

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The internet thinks the goon in Stormy Daniels's sketch looks like Tom Brady

Chad Alexander

01:23 min | 4 years ago

The internet thinks the goon in Stormy Daniels's sketch looks like Tom Brady

"Show jamie markley that's eight van camp hello real quick i want to apologize to tom brady i said stormy daniels lawyer had sent out this picture the sketch of this goon who allegedly threatened stormy daniels in two thousand eleven he kinda does look like tom brady there may be a closer resemblance to willem defoe okay so it could be willem dafoe as well how bad is this sketch okay i'm confused man i'm like all this look this sounds like a pretty attractive dude to be thug and then all of a sudden it's too fo the green goblin saying thank you i don't know for certain that it is tom brady i there's reason to doubt that maybe tom brady there's reason to think that maybe tom brady didn't threaten to rough up a porn star in twenty eleven maybe sex day i you know i always hear all of the coverage about tax day for most people you did your taxes weeks or months ago but it's tax day.

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Massive blaze on movie set of Edward Norton, Bruce Willis, kills firefighter

The Laura Ingraham Show

01:19 min | 4 years ago

Massive blaze on movie set of Edward Norton, Bruce Willis, kills firefighter

"A new york city firefighter has been killed after a massive fire broke out at a building in harlem where movie directed by edward norton was being shot new york fire department commissioner daniel niagara said the blaze erupted in the basement of an unoccupied residential building about eleven last night or entire department on tire city mourns this horrific loss of a very brave firefighter hearts and our prayers go out to the family and may god rest his soul niagara said to other firefighters suffered burns and were in serious condition and three other people were injured i blaze broke out on the set of motherless brooklyn starring norton bruce willis willem dafoe and alec baldwin the clark county school district board has voted to move forward with the creation of a gender diverse policy a policy which still needs to be drafted could include allowing transgender students to use the bathroom and locker room with which they identify it could also allow them to choose their own pronoun the four three passing vote from the board of trustees only gives the go ahead for the superintendent and administrators to start drafting a gender policy president trump says he's considering vetoing the massive spending bill congress passed early this morning just yesterday white house budget chief mick mulvaney said the president backed the deal let's go back to the is the president going to sign the bill the answer is yes.

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