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"mira furlan" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

The Twilight Zone Podcast

07:32 min | 4 months ago

"mira furlan" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

"Editor full-time a you know like a film editor. We have someone running up physical production of our studio over physical studio et cetera. So i was able to keep all of our people on salary and I've raised over. I've raised over two and a half million dollars from space command. Since i've started being spacecom entirely my fans via kickstarter campaigns and seven investment shares of seventy five hundred bucks each and so so but the interesting thing was i realized that because everyone will stuck a moment going crazy gnarly because so many of my actors are so well known and so busy of. They're not available. It's very difficult to give them all together at one time but they were all sitting at home. You know just climbing walls because all the studios everything at shut down so i had. I came up with idea where elaine wrote a bonus to our episode space command that are actors pitching in their own homes with their own cameras so they could save but We shot the first three hours in space. Command recorded an audio prequel. But i but i had already worked out most of the for season. And i knew where all all this was going. And they're a bunch of characters. I hadn't yet introduced i. We would be so armee. Shimin christina moses in so many. Jj hurts so many actors that which is waiting and wings and now they were home so by by doing this. Two hour episode allowed me to introduce a lot of people like barbara bain. Space nineteen ninety nine is in spacemen. Now emeals grass tyson. It's an of riches. So why are episode and Our entire visual effects bag of tricks. For instance wait a scene between one of our characters who's based in atlanta. An actress meghan a castle access to play his daughter and she was in scotch one and we managed to put them together in the same living room. Even though they both starred in their own homes and were never actually politically together and so a very very fun and And then in the meantime i finished a new book called lighting yourself which is basically how people don't have to rely on the studios or the networks even the publishing houses to make their dreams come true how the internet and having video cameras in our pockets and all of that allows everyone to sort of as i say light yourself so i just finished that book and sent it off my publisher and yeah we. We didn't slowdown during the pendency. Ramped up and we're busier than ever. It's elaine. And i just celebrated our forty fourth anniversary and we write direct produce together. And it's it's a dream come true. So i'm i have no complaints and our people are all very very well healthy. Sadly mira furlan. Who was one of our test in space men who i worked with on babylon five passed away from west nile virus all things not covert and that was really a great loss and she was amazing actress in your soul. And i'm glad that we got to have her in space command as much as we did because she was kim come true. I watched some of that before online. Some of that two hour special and that there are some names in and michelle nichols was in there. Yes yes i mean. It's insane the cast. You've assembled in pristina. Moses who's on a million little things on abc currently and she plays sues daughter in the star trek episode. i did with decay. And that was her first tv role ever and she's just phenomenal and she'll be continuing in space man and also in in magic time another one of my projects and So yeah yeah. And but the now we're ramping up to do the show runners network where i'm creating six series with the creators of Farscape and the expanse and defiance and on and on. And i'm ansa doing six shows including a rod sterling series really. It's an amazing time. Yeah yes we can we can talk about. All of these. Various things is that. Is that news out there. Mark of of i got a bit of an exclusive. Can we talk about that. Why negotiations with the states. What's not lockdown. But ninety i came up with a wild. Oh which was. It's called rod sterling sampler twilight and Basically rod as you. I'm sure you know dictated all of his. Everything's script sledders folks. Everything he lounge by his swimming pool in the backyard in the morning and he'd have a little recorder any would dictate everything into the recorder. Secretary would type it up. And he'd make him directions and it was up at all of these according were lost for decades and they just discovered a thousand hours of them. In a couple of archives podge archives and so my idea was to create a new show that would be narrated by rod sterling from that material plus is a number scripts that either never got made with throwing road or or written during the live. Tv era the no one has seen since then and this would be primarily fantasy science fiction horror at plus media scripts from the others violates on writers that were not made and scripts by a new generation of writers. You know people. Like neil gaiman jemison again. We haven't we haven't earned that. But that's my idea and joe dougherty who was executive producer. I'm pretty little liars and won an emmy for thirty. something is aboard on that project with me. So he's an old friend and so i've been in communication with the ruling stayed and with their representatives. And we'll see if we can make that happen but it's definitely project i want to do and So we'll see but that's right now. It's on the list. The thing is you know this. The jordan peele twilight zone came out. And i and i really enjoyed it. But it was quite divisive with fans i think. Sometimes people find it hard to accept a new twilight zone. Dante without rod serling is also difficult because rod. Sterling really was irreplaceable. There's only one of him. And and then the writing staff he got he got three of ray. Bradbury's proteges sign. Henry were friends and ray recommended charles. Beaumont richard matheson and george clayton. Johnson also came aboard to and they became the core of that amazing writing team. That created twilights. Earl ham also came aboard. He played on the waltons falcon crest but he was a very different kind of writer. He was much more rural and was matheson. Beaumont george clayton johnson which is tackler a science fiction fantasy writers and And so they just. I mean it was just a match made in heaven and so you know. I won't script for the twilight zone. Will they brought it back in the eighties. That was an amazing writing. Staff was harlan ellison allen george martin michael tacit and so forth astray strong writing staff but very hidden this you know and the scripted i wrote. We will week away from web. Doug hayes was directed. He direct is beholden howling man many great episodes and and sensors pull the plug on it because they felt it was too hard. Edged is called nine avail. So that's one of the strips. We're going to be shooting on if rod sterling after twilight Another ost by lights on script. That i'm i'm very proud of tv sack off. Wanted to do it a few years ago and so we'll see what we what we do with it. But it'll be fun. It'll be very fun. It sounds amazing. Because i think it will probably be a lot more palatable for those people who just can't accept a modern twilight zone. This is kind of somewhere in between isn't it. You know it's it's still got.

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"mira furlan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

11:55 min | 2 years ago

"mira furlan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Fifty AM and ninety four one FM. And welcome back. Our final segment with Mark Zicree. Marc will space command qualify for a TV or a movie Oscar category. TV EMMY, George I would love to have an amazing gorgeous gorgeous statue, Ray, Bradbury one one for the Halloween fee. The TV movie of that I've got three regional Emmys from news over my career. And they are so cool. It's great. I love that stuff holding the globe. And all that stuff. It's neat. Let's go back to the calls. You ready for some more? We'll go to Mason Texas Stevens with us on coast to coast. Good morning. Stephen morning, George good to have you with us. More. I have a question. Sure. Why did why did? Twilight zone Goto hour long episodes on season for and how did you think about the whole hour long episode? We know funny because recently when rod conceive wrestling conceiver twilights initially thought, it was going to be an hour show, and he actually wrote real four pilots twilight zone before the show got actually picked up and the first three of those that he wrote were our scripts but finally decided it would be a half hour. But once he started doing it as a half hour. He realized that was the perfect length for the show, and he was very adamantly against it being expanded to an hour. This is something CBS is doing in that period in the early sixties. They did with gun smoke. They did it with the Hitchcock show. And so they thought that they might be able to enlarge the audience by expanding twilights onto an hour. So they took so long deciding that they only gave it really a half a season the fourth season with eighteen episodes, and they were an hour long. And. Yeah. Highlights on really didn't work as well. As at our math, Richard Matson, Charles Beaumont and surly Earl hammer the major writers on twilight on all had one good hour episode age, but at the end of the season pretty much everyone agrees that it needed to go back half dragging at. There's a great hour long episode called on Thursday, we leave for home the stars James Whitmore and rod swimming wrote it, and it's it's just great. It's a terrific but then for the fifth season the fifth and final season. They went back to a half hour thirties were actually twenty twos. Weren't they? Closer to like twenty seven. There were only. They're only fewer commercials back. Then. Those days parliament now, don't they? Sure, do but back laid you most of the both have our was was the episode. And you know, he he did he have a cigarette when he came out. Yeah. You know, it's like he had a cigarette. Much all the time. And he was a four pack a day smuggle got him in the long run. He died of complications from open heart surgery. And you know, he would he really looks older than he was he died at fifty and which is the new thirty amazing. But the boy he got a lot done in the time. He had you. Sure. Did he he pleaded more in his time than most people do at ninety amazing. Let's go to Travis in Omaha Nebraska. Hey, I think that's a home Johnny Carson. Or isn't it? Travis. Travis good. They have. Hope you're doing. Well, you hear me? Yes, sir. Yeah. I I had a couple of questions for Mark. Sure. Yeah. I heard you talking about the movie that you're making is is it just one movie it's going to be a series series. And in fact, the first hour, I've I've YouTube channel called Mr. sci-fi anyone can subscribe to and it's free. And I put the first hour of space command on on my channel significantly watch it, and in fact, we shot a scene with initial Nichols today. And we'll be putting posting footage from that. So it's it's a twelve hour season. And we visited the show is going many seasons multiple seasons like at least five years, and so we're just rocking roller. I've I've been the first eight hours of the twelve hour season and also plea quill. And so I'm by by the next few months, I'll write the entire twelve hours. And then we'll just we'll just shoot all of it and and share with our audience, and it's the new way of doing television, and then our audience just you finances. They buy shares they've gone kickstart throw some money our way, and that'll be popsy part of one full of this is because I have my own studio. I can do a network quality show for much less money. Than the network hallmark God. Because for instance, that Star Trek discovery is over ten million dollars an episode game of thrones is over fifteen dollars and fifteen million dollars. An episode episode is one show. Yeah. One hour, and but they can do it. So far. I've I've as I mentioned my audience is giving me a million dollars and with that I was able to shoot the two hour pilot and forty minutes of the second to our story and we're moving forward. So as I mentioned, we'll be starting a new Kickstarter campaign on Monday. And if anyone wants to buy shares in space command, they can Email me, Mark Zicree, female dot com. And and I can send them all the information. It's and people around the world or buying shares. It's a it's a completely new way of doing television. But I really love it. Because I write it I cast it. I should it. There's no, you know, if you know, the the cast is just wonderful cast of amazing science fiction actors like Bill mummy like Doug Jones. And Robert the cartoon Mira Furlan was box lightning initial Nichols. If I went to a network and said, can I have this cast? They would say no you have to use an actor was just on some hit show on the. W who can't act or women? That's not the CW. But they get the network. It's who you get the cash. No, you don't. And and I don't wanna have that over my head. Another question. Travis. Yeah. I heard him talking about spirituality, like they went to sporran, they have to reach the level of spirituality. And I think that's the thing to focus on for your project. I'm in hardest myself, and I I've done a lot of monster typing and stuff like that. But I haven't really really fast Sifi so often listen to coast to coast over the years. And you know, I I just like hearing Lynn somebody's doing creative processes like this. Yes. And and and you know, when when I talked about, spirituality, it's I, you know, I'm open to whatever someone's personal beliefs are, but I think if if time this is at the heart of that, then you're not gonna go wrong. I think you know, I I I mean Jesus, of course, I'd love one another I believe that. And but you have to be a Christian, you can be a Buddhist or. Jewish like, I am or or or even agnostic or any Theus. I mean, kind this is basically what you do. It's the golden rule, and there's a version of the golden rule pretty much in every every face or and every culture, and it's basically just be kind kind of your family kinds of people you love and be kind on the street. You know, if someone's trying to get into a parking space. There's a garbage can blocking them over across the street move the garbage can and it's just putting that into practice your life in small ways, it has a ripple effect. You don't Robert Davi? Mark have yesterday news work who were close friends with them. So if you ever need him in any of those episodes, let us know we'll get you in touch with them. Thank you. Thank you for that. He's got one of those faces that everybody recognizes of course, of course, let's go to Rick truck. Driving in New Hampshire. Welcome to the program. Hi wreck. Go ahead, sir. Oh, thank you for taking my call. Nice to meet you good conversation tonight. You. Couple of questions. Please, sir. Yeah. The twilight zone I used to see is it got that twirly little thing. Black and white. Yes. Yes. Are you still using that that fame and your goose show that all yeah? On the new twilight zone, they're using original same in that. And those those motifs yet whether so I kinda they're they're gorgeous. Yeah. That's my bring. Yeah. Bring you a lot of people attention to the black hole. You know, did you believe aliens? When you first started writing ear Europe strips that you believe in any space off creatures of any kind. Definitely intelligent life in the universe. And you know, I I don't really go beyond that in in saying, what's what's real? And what's not in terms of UFO's or any of that? But but I think that life probably is throughout the university. Now, no planets are on pretty much every star. And so I think life is going to be throughout the universe. Just like very fertile fields grows all sorts of crops super thank you rack. Appreciate it. I feel like I'm committing a sin. If I watched the new twilight zone episodes. I wouldn't go that far. But it's definitely. It's not the old show. It's not what's really was able to pull off. I mean, you know, it takes such a lot of great people coming together and just the right way to make magic happen. You know, it's when something catches fire, and it's lightning in a bottle. And rod sterling certainly accomplished that anymore says he works hard to possibly could any. He he pulls it off. And it's an amazing amazing thing. I just you go back to those original shows, and there's just their jewels. Their amazing let's go to beaver Utah. Marie with us. Hello marie. Go ahead. Are you there actually with? Their stock. The next generation, Marcus. Okay. It was Nevoso that was fit in coach trouble troubles. So yes, of course, it's a class. That's a great up. So that was the only original Star Trek series. And I was written by David Gerald who actually went to college with my wife. My wife read that script in the first draft. And and I I know David very well in I saw not long ago, and it's a great upset in tackling. We were shooting the shell Nichols house. She played Hora individual Star Trek. There was a bowl of trebles on on on. So it's a really fun really really fun episode. But the guy who well, David, Gerald. You know, them all Mark. Yep. Yep. Yep. They're my heroes. These writers are just wonderful. I mean as soon as I was old enough. I went and win search of them, and they became friends and mentors. And you know, they were just just really brilliant writers. What's the reaction? But in Hollywood about the way, you're doing space command. When I meet with network, executives and executives at Netflix, which I did a few weeks ago there by what I'm doing. And any really admire the fact that I can raise money for my audience that got millions of fans around the world, it's significant and and the people who are creating series, you know, with children's network that I'm now creating where I'm going to create six new series with six major children, and these are people who've done the greatest hits in television. And when I invite them to come aboard they want to because they want the freedom that this offers. They want the freedom that they can write what they wanna right. They can say what they wanna say. They can we there's one show that we're going to be creating where we can reach out to all these wonderful actors, the we that we love there's an actress named Barbara Dane who was on mission impossible and space nineteen ninety nine and a friend of mine knows. All right. A role for role for her and why not super do a game show? I want to redo the what's my line show. Yes. That was such a great show. I love that shows that cool. Yeah. I mean when you look at it, they you had ten times to get it. Right. If you had ten wrong answers, they flip over the cards, and they tell the person what is on compassion was or whatever. And they they were each one was five dollars when a flipped the card that was just unbelievable as they hit the sponsor's name across the front of the desk that the four panelists were sitting at was brought to you by some perspiration company. They they had that splattered across there. Television. Oh, it's great. I love fact, that YouTube has a lot of those shows where you can go back and watch the old Kenneth scopes from the fifties..

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"mira furlan" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

12:18 min | 2 years ago

"mira furlan" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Welcome back. Our final segment with Mark Zicree. Marc will space. Command qualify for a TV EMMY or a movie Oscar category TV, EMMY, George I would love to have a gorgeous gorgeous statue rate. Bribery, one one for the Halloween TV movie of that. I've got three regional Emmys for news over my career. And they are so cool. It's great. I love that stuff. Holding the globe. And all that stuff. It's neat. Let's go back to the calls. You ready for some more? We'll go to Mason Texas Stevens with us on coast to coast. Good morning. Stephen good morning. Good to have you with us. More. I have a question. Why did why did? Twilight zone Goto hour long episodes on season four, and how did you think about the whole hour long episode? We not funny because originally when rod conceive ransoming conceive, a twilight initially thought it was going to be an hour show, and he actually wrote real four pilots twilight zone for the show got actually picked up and the first three of those that he wrote were our scripts the finally decided it would be a half hour. But once he started doing it as a half hour. He realized that was the perfect length for the show, and he was very adamantly against it being stand to an hour. This is something CBS is doing in that period in the early sixties. They did with gun smoke. They did it with the offer Tich cock show. And so they thought that they might be able to a large the audience by expanding twilights onto an hour. So they took so long deciding that only gave it really I have season the fourth season was eighteen episodes, and they were an hour long. And. Twilights really didn't work as well. As at our math, Richard Matheson, Charles Beaumont and surly Earl hammer the major writers on twilight zone all had one good hour episode age, but at the end of the season pretty much agreed that go back half. I was dragging at. Though, there's a great hour long episode called on Thursday, we leave for home the stars, James Whitmore. And rod swing wrote it, and it's it's just great. It's a drift episode but then for the fifth season and final season. They went back to our thirties were actually twenty two weren't they were actually closer to twenty seven. They're only they're only fewer commercials back then those days. Now, don't they? Sure do but the back then they mostly both. That was was the episode. And you know, he he did he have a cigarette when he came out. Yeah. You know, it's like he had a cigarette is pretty much all the time. And he was a four pack a day smuggle in the long run. I mean, you died of complications from open heart surgery, and you know, he would he really looks older than he was he died at fifty and which is the new thirty amazing. But the boy got a lot done in the time. He had. Did he he did more in his time than most people do at ninety? Let's go to Travis in Omaha Nebraska. Hey, I think that's a home Ajami. Carson. Isn't it? Travis Travis Willis doing well. Yes, sir. Yeah. I I had a couple of questions. The Mark, sir. Yeah. I heard you talking about the movie that you're making is is it just one movie it's going to be a serious serious. And in fact, the first hour, I've I've YouTube channel called Mr. sci-fi anyone can subscribe to and it's free. And I put the first hour of space command on on my channel, actually, watch it. And in fact, we shot a scene with initial Nichols today. We'll be posting footage from that. So it's it's a twelve hour season. And we going many seasons multiple seasons like at least five years, and so we're just rock and roll. I've I've been the first eight hours of the twelve hour season and also plea quell. And so I'm by by the next few months, the entire twelve hours. And then we'll just we'll just shoot all of it and share with our audience, and it's the new way of television, and then our audience, just you know, finances, they buy shares they've gone kick-starting throw some money our way, and that'll be popsy part of one thing this is because I have my own studio. I can do a network quality show for much. This money than the network all God. Because for instance, that Star Trek discovery is over ten million dollars an episode game of thrones is over fifteen fifteen million dollars. An episode episode is one show. Yes. Yeah. One hour, and but basecamp I can do it. So far, I've as I mentioned my audience is giving me a million dollars. And with that. I was able to the two hour pilot and forty minutes of the second to our story and we're moving forward. So as I mentioned, we'll be starting a new Kickstarter campaign on Monday. And if anyone wants to buy shares in space command, they can Email me at Mark Zicree, female dot com. And and I can send them all the information. It's m people around the world are buying shares. It's it's a completely new way of doing television. But I really love it. Because I write it. I cast it I shoot it. There's no, you know, if you know, the the cast is wonderful cast of amazing science fiction actors like Bill me like Doug Jones, and Robert Picard and Mira Furlan boxed Lightner initial Nichols. If I went to a network and said, can I have this cast? They would say no you'll use an actor was just on some hitch show on the CW who can't act. That's not w but they get the network at safely get Castell. You don't. And and I don't want to have that over my head another ques-. Travis. Yeah. I heard him talking about spirituality, like they went to spore, and they have to kinda the level of spirituality. Yeah. I think that the focus on for your project. I'm in artists myself. And I I've done a lot of monster type aiding and stuff like that. But I haven't really really fast site by so often listen to coast to coast over the years. And you know, I just like hearing when somebody's doing creative processes like this. Yes. And and you know, when when I talk about spirituality, it's I, you know, I'm open to whatever someone's personally are. But I think if if kindness is at the heart of that, then you're not gonna go wrong. I think you know, I I I mean Jesus, of course, I'd love one another I believe that. And you have to be a Christian, you can get Buddhist or Jewish like, I am or or or even agnostic or any Theus. I mean, kind this is basically what you do. It's the golden rule, and there's a version of the golden rule pretty much in every every faith or. And every culture, and it's basically just be kind kind of your family kind of people you love and be kind on the street. You know, someone's trying to get into a parking space a garbage can blocking them over across the street and move the garbage can and it's just putting that into practice your life, and small ways as rentals fact, you know, Robert Dhabi, Mark have you seen these? We're close friends with them. So if you ever need him in any of those episodes, let us know we'll get you in touch with him. Thank you. Thank you for that. He's got one of those faces that everybody recognizes of course, of course, let's go to Rick truck. Driving a New Hampshire. Welcome to the program. Hi wreck. Go ahead, sir. Oh, thank you for taking my call. I want ice. Thanks to Mark that good conversation tonight. A couple of questions. Please, sir. Yeah. Twilight zone. I used to save it got that twirly little thing in a white. Yes. Yes. Are you still using that that game and your show that all yeah? On the new twilight they're using original same in that. And those those motifs have whether so I it to they're they're gorgeous. Yeah. That's my bring. Yeah. Bring a lot of people the tension to it's like the black hole. You know? Did you believe aliens? When you first started writing ear Europe scripts that you believe in any space off creatures of any kind definitely intelligent life in the universe. And you know, I don't really go beyond that in in saying, what's what's real? And what's not in terms of you afford or any of that? But but I think that life probably throughout the university. Now, no planets are on pretty much every star. And so I think life is going to be throughout the universe. Just like very fertile fields grows all sorts of crops. Super. Thank you wreck. Appreciate it. I feel like I'm committing a sin. If I watched the new twilight zone episodes, I wouldn't go that far. But it's definitely. It's not the old show. It's not what was able to pull off. I mean, you know, it takes such a lot of great people coming together and just the right way to make magic happen. You know, it's something catches fire, and it's lightning in a bottle in rod sterling certainly accomplished that anymore as he works hard to possibly could any he pulls it off. And it's an amazing amazing thing. I just you go back to those original shows, and there's just their gills their amazing. Let's go to beaver Utah marines with us. Hello maria. Go ahead. I actually. The Star Trek the next generation, Marcus. For that show. Okay. It was never. So that was called trouble travels. Oh, yes. Of course. It's a classic. That's great up. So that was original Star Trek series. And I was written by David Gerald who actually went to college with my wife. My wife read that script in the first draft. And and I I know David very well in tax on not not long ago. And it's a great upset in tackling shooting. The shell Nichols house. She played a little Star Trek. There was a bowl of triples on. So it's really fun. Really really fun episode. So well, David Gerald, you know, a mall, Mark. Yep. Yep. Yep. They're my heroes. These writers are just wonderful. I mean soon as I was old enough. I wouldn't win search for them, and they became friends and mentors. And you know, they were just just really brilliant writers. What's the reaction? But in Hollywood about the way, you're doing space command dating when I meet with network, executives and executives at Netflix, which I did a few weeks ago there what I'm doing. And and they really admire the fact that I can raise money for my audience that got millions of fans around the world, it's significant and and the people who are creating series, you know, with children network that I'm not creating where I'm gonna create six new series with six major, Chevron is these are people who've done the greatest hits in television. And when I invite them to come aboard they want to because they want the freedom that this offers. They want the feed them. That they can write what they wanna right. They can say what they wanna say. They can we there's one show that we're gonna be creating where we can reach out to all these wonderful actors that we that we love there's an actress Barbara Bain who was on mission impossible is based on team ninety nine and offended. My nose. All right. A row for role for her and why not super do a game show. I wanna redo the what's my line show. Yes. That was such a great show. I love that shows that cool. Yeah. I mean when you look at it, they in the you had ten times to get it. Right. If you had ten wrong answers, they flip over the cards. Yes. And they, you know, tell the person what is was or whatever. And they they were each one was five dollars when the card was just on the lead as and they hit the sponsor's name across the front of the desk that the four panelists were sitting at you know, so if it was it was brought to you by some perspiration company. They had that splattered across there. All time television. It's great. I love the fact that YouTube has a lot of those shows where you can go back and watch the old Kenneth scopes from the fifties. And it's just I was just watching Alfred Drake in kiss me Kate, and it was Kenneth scope of broadcast was done live in the fifties. So it's it's I think YouTube, I think the internet is such an enormously powerful and wonderful thing, and it can it can have negative sides. Of course. But I think it's brought the world to us the way that was not possible before the one thing that it did lack in and you notice that right away is it did not have a presence of minorities at all in..

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"mira furlan" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

07:54 min | 2 years ago

"mira furlan" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"And and then we have an an Email list where you could be taught to all the members and it started with six people. And and that's when we have all sorts all over the country, and it again, it's just a supportive environment for people where they feel safe people supported there's no judgment. There's no Eric. And and it's just thrived. I again, it goes back to what Ray Bradbury taught me when I was ten which is, you know, if you want to create a compassionate world, you your your work. You know, what I do in my work, and my writing is compassionate. And what I do in my life is as well. And and I think people recognize the authenticity of what I'm when I'm about. And so I'm very gratified when people say those things, yes. Question there. I wanna ask you, what do you think of the new Star Trek series? I think it's really interesting, but, you know, the the special effects, and you know, like the holographic instead of a viewing screen they're actually there. Now, this is just toast enterprise in just pre Kirk. Yes. Yes. Yeah. Why did they go? You know, what the concept of going back into the past? Yeah. I don't know. It's it's a strange choice because technology is actually beyond the original Star Trek. And so it's always kind of butting head against that. And it's it's it's a very interesting show, my friend Doug Jones who stars in space. Command is all starring in Star Trek discovery just had dinner the other night. And you know, he's terrific Seru. There's some very talented actors on the show and the visuals exer- great the writing is a little bit Yeon hot and cold. So you'll have some absence of their fun and sets up so episodes where you go. Whoa. What was that? They have an actor playing Spock was the grandson of Gregory Peck. And I quite like him. He's he's very very good. And I hopes for the show just like with the new twilight zone. I'm hoping that it will improve as it goes on, you know, and we'll see we'll see what happens, but I'm rooting for it as well. Let's go to Joe in Long Island. Hey joseph. Go ahead. Hi, Malta questions. There's a movie out in China, coal the wandering earth. Nice thing. It's made almost a billion dollars on. This is like the breakthrough side five film and China's wondering if if they're going to be Sifi fanatic. So and my second question is about the episode called the howling man episode forty one. But the the premise of it was that the devil was kept in this like harm Adj step by this guy Jerome and the sky, you know, didn't believe this was the devil at took the staff, and then he escaped and that I'll show in World War Two, and then Oakley rage or cost. It was a great episode in my Douglas as directed. And it was written by Charles Beaumont, one of the great twilight zone writers. And it's a terrific episode. Really fun. John Carradine plays the head of the monastery, and he's just wonderful in that role. And he pulls out all the stops. I'm in terms of Chinese science fiction. It is a very popular genre in China both in terms of novels and movies. And I'll definitely search out the wondering earth and watch. It sounds really interesting, Mark. What drives you what keeps pushing? You think I've always had a sense of calling. You know, even when I was a kid I was drawing and writing and reading science fiction pervasively watching TV going to the movies and reading comic books. I I was very lucky to find what I wanted to do with my life early on. And you know, when I read the making Star Trek when I was thirteen it was the first book I ever read about how TV was made. And I started to think something I'd really like to do. And you know, I sold my first story at nineteen and was writing for TV by the time, I was twenty two or twenty three and I've been very lucky I've been. Able to make a go of it. And I've done hundreds of hours of TV, and I've been bestsellers in fixing the nonfiction is basically, you know, I've, I'm I'm I've I've had a lot of luck. And a lot of great experiences. You know, I'm and I and now have my own studio. I'm based here in L A and also in London and we're doing features. We're actually doing a feature with someone in the house of lords right now. And and that's just a thrill. You know, it's I it's like all the doors open for me, and and I just have through and I'm very glad of that. And and I love the fact that I can communicate with millions of people just like, you can George I mean to have an audience of people in our wavelength, and it's a great gift in the great blessing. And and I don't think neither you are not nor I take that. For granted. It's if sense of responsibility to our audience not to waste their time. And not to, you know, not not to give them something less than our best efforts. We wake up every day and pinch ourselves. It's so great. Let's go next to whose turn. Here. It's Austin's turn in Modesto, California. Hi austin. Go ahead, sir. Hey, George Noory. How are you today? Wonderful. Thank you. Well, it's a pleasure to talk to you in Mark. It's also a pleasure to talk to you today. My question is about question for George Noory. My question is a bath. Oh. That this did. What dimension? Are you? Do you think they exist on? I would I would say that they do exist. That's my take. And I think they're in the same dimensional world as we are much. Like, we are they have learned one thing we haven't. And that's how to travel through space. Simple as that. What do you think? Mark. I think I think definitely there's intelligent life. Elsewhere in the universe in inevitably. And I think the more we learn about the university the stranger in we're wonderful. It becomes the fact that we took the first photo of a black hole geo just this last week is. Taking and I'm I can't I just wanna see more and more and more. And and it's so fun. When what I do. We're actually building an alien right now, we're building the creature to be able to do that is so fun and say to my artists, let's see something we've never seen before. And they have him come up with something is just I just it's just a guess, what is the premise of space. Command the premises space command. It takes place. It starts sixty years now and covers hundred and fifty years in life of four families as we call. It is the solar system jumped to the stars. It's about how we have to reach out with compassionate who we have to be kind and kindness and wants to be brave, and it's one family's a military family. It's space going family in space command and one families family scientist, one one character is an artificial humanist synthetic human. And and when one family is a family of inventors, and we get to see how they can connect how they. Cross over the boundaries and various how they become their best selves, and and one families blue collar, and they become sort of world conquerors. And sometimes they're these characters at odds their their adversaries. But but often they they find the common ground. They find a way to come together. And it's it's an and we jump between the generations. So we c- causing effects of what they do in one generation how to fix a later generation. And and it's just amazing. And it's it's it's we've got different languages in it to our characters Mira Furlan who I worked with him Babylon five speak serbo Croatian and psych cast the luminous our daughter who speaks that same language. So sometimes speaking English, and when they can do each other it's in creation. So it's it's like our world. It's it's the real world extrapolated into the future in the solar system and beyond. All right. We're gonna come back in just a moment and take final phone calls with Mark Zicree as we talk about his work and also the twilight zone, never miss a detail on a show or again. Guest. Sign up for the coast zone Email newsletter available.

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"mira furlan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"mira furlan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Hi, mock questions, this a movie out in China, cold, the wandering Arthur say. It's made almost a billion dollars on. This is like the breakthrough slide five film and China's wondering if if they're going to be Sifi fanatic. So and my second question is about the episode called the howling mad episode forty one. But the premise of it was that the devil was kept in like harm Adj. By the sky Jerome. And the sky, you know, didn't believe this was the devil and took the staff, and then he escaped and that uh showed in World War Two an earlier age Altea cost. This. It was a great episode Douglas as directed. And it was written by Charles Beaumont, one of the great twilight zone writers, and it's ridic- episode. Really fun. John Carradine plays the head of the monastery, and he's just wonderful in that role. And he pulls out all the stops in terms of Chinese science fiction. It is a very popular genre in China both in terms of novels and movies, and I'll definitely search out the wandering earth and watch. It sounds really interesting, Mark. What drives you what keeps pushing? You think I've always had a sense of calling. You know, even when I was a kid I was drawing and writing and reading science fiction veraciously watching TV going to the movies and reading comic books. I you know, I was very lucky to find what I wanted to do with my life early on. And you know, when I read the making Star Trek when I was thirteen it was the first book I ever read about how TV was made. And I started to think well that makes something I'd really like to do. And you know, I sold my first story at nineteen and was writing for TV by twenty two or twenty three. And I've been very lucky I've been able to make a go of it. And I've done hundreds of hours of TV and I've been bestsellers in fixing the nonfiction. It's basically, you know, I'm I'm you know, I've I've had a lot of luck. In a lot of great experiences. You know, I'm in and now have my own studio. I'm based here in LA and also in London and we're doing features. We're actually doing a feature with someone in the house of lords right now. And and that's just a thrill. You know, it's I it's like all the doors opened for me. And and I just have through and I'm very glad of that. And I love the fact that I can communicate with millions of people just like you can't George. I mean to have an audience of people in our wavelength, and it's a great gift in a great blessing. And and I don't think neither your not nor I take that. For granted. It's if since responsibility to our audience not to waste their time and not to, you know, not not to give them something less than our best effort. We wake up every day and pinch ourselves. It's so great. Let's go next to whose turn us at here. It's austin's. Turn in Modesto, California. Hi austin. Go ahead, sir. Hey, George Noory. How are you today? Wonderful. Thank you. Talk to you in Mark. It's also a pleasure to talk to you today. My question is about question for George Noory. My question is a bath. How? This did what dimension? Are you? Do you think they exist on? I would I would say that they do exist. That's my take. And I think they're in the same dimensional world as we are much. Like, we are they have learned one thing we haven't. And that's how to travel through space. Simple as that. What do you think? Mark. I think definitely there's intelligent life. Elsewhere in the universe in inevitably. And I think the more we learn about the university the stranger, and we're wonderful. It becomes the fact that we took the first photo of a black hole. Joe just this last week is just taking I can't I just wanna see more and more and more. And and it's and it's so fun in what I do. We're actually building an alien right now, we're building the creature be able to do that is so fun and say to my artists, let's see something we've never seen before. And they have them come up with something is just I just it's just a guess, what is the premise of space command? The premises stays commanded takes place. It starts sixty years from now in covers hundred and fifty years in the life of. Four families as we call nice solar system jump to the stars. It's about how we have to reach out with compassionate who we have to be kind and kindness and wants to be brave, and it's one family's a military family. Stay scoring family in in space command and one family's family. Scientist one one character is an artificial humanist synthetic human. And and when when families the family of inventors, and we get see how they can connect how they cross over the boundaries and various how they become their best cells, and and one is blue collar, and they become sort of world conquerors. And sometimes they're these characters as our odds their their adversaries. But but often they find a common ground. They find a way to come together. And it's it's an and we jump between the generations. So we c- causing effect of what they do in one generation how to fix a later generation. And and it's just amazing. It's it's it's got different languages in. It two of our characters Mira Furlan who I worked with him Babylon five speak serbo Croatian anti-castro woman has her daughter who speaks that same language. So sometimes speaking English and when speaking to each other it's in in several Croatian, so it's it's like our world. It's it's the real world extrapolated into the future in the solar system and beyond. We're gonna come back in just a moment and take final phone calls with Mark Zicree as we talk about his work and also the twilight zone. Never miss a detail on.

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"mira furlan" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"mira furlan" Discussed on KGO 810

"It sounds really interesting, Mark. What drives you what keeps pushing you? I think I've always had a sense of calling. You know, even when I was a kid I was drawing and writing and leading science fiction veraciously watching TV going to the movies and reading comic books, I have very lucky to find what I wanted to do with my life early on and whenever the making Star Trek when I was thirteen. It was the first book I ever read about how TV was made. And I started to think something I'd really liked to do. And you know, I saw my first vote story at nineteen and was writing for TV by twenty four twenty three. And I've been very lucky I've been. Able to make a go of it. And I've done hundreds of hours of TV and I've been bestsellers in fixing the nonfiction. It's basically, you know, I'm I'm you know, I've had a lot of luck. In a lot of great experiences. You know, I'm and I and now have my own studio. I'm based here in LA and also in London and we're doing features. We're actually doing a feature with some of the mouth of lords right now. And and that's just a thrill. No, it's I it's like all the doors open for me. And and I just have through and I'm very glad that. And I love the fact that I communicate with millions of people just like, you can George I mean to have an audience of people in our wavelengths, and it's a great gift of the great Plessey. And and I don't think neither your not nor I take that. For granted. It's if sense of ability to our audience not to waste their time. And not to you know, not not to give them something less than our best effort. We wake up every day and pinch ourselves. It's so great. Let's go next to whose turn us at here. It's Austin's turn in Modesto, California. Hi austin. Go ahead, sir. Hey, George Noory. How are you today? Wonderful. Thank you. Well, it's a pleasure to talk to you. And Mark it's also a pleasure to talk to you today. My question is about question for George Noory. My question is a bath. Aliens exist it. What dimension? Are you? Do you think they exist on? I would I would say that they do exist. That's my take. And I think they're in the same dimensional world as we are much. Like, we are they have learned one thing we haven't. And that's how the travel through space. Simple as that. What do you think? Mark. Yeah. I think I think definitely there's intelligent life. Elsewhere in the universe in inevitably. And I think the more we learn about the university the stranger in we're wonderful. It becomes the fact that we took the first photo of a black hole. Just this last week is making and I'm I can't I just wanna see more and more and more. And and it's and so funding win what I do. We're actually building an alien right now, we're building the creature to be able to do that is so fun and say to my artists, let's see something we've never seen before. And they have them come up with something is just I just it's just a guess, what is the premise of space. Command the premises states command. It takes place. It starts sixty years now and covers hundred and fifty years in the life of four families as we call nice solar system jump to the stars. It's about how we have to reach out with compassionate who we have to be kind and kindness and with to be brave, and it's one family's a military family. Stay scoring family in space command and one family's family. Scientist one one character is an artificial human aesthetic human. And and when one family is a family of inventors, and we get to see how they can connect how they cross over the boundaries embarrassed how they become their best selves, and and one families blue collar, and they become sort of world conquerors. And sometimes they're these characters as our odds their their adversaries, but often they find a common ground. They find a way to come together. And it's it's an and we jump between the generations. So we see cause and effect of what they do in. Generation how to fix a later generation. And and it's just amazing. It's it's different languages in to our characters Mira Furlan who I worked with Babylon five speak serbo Croatian cast the woman's daughter who speaks that same language. So sometimes speaking English and. In in several Croatian. So it's it's like our world. It's it's the real world extrapolated into the future in the solar system and beyond. We're gonna come back in just a moment and take final phone calls with marks degrees. We talk about his work and also the twilight zone. Never miss a detail on this show or a guest. Sign up for the coast zone Email newsletter of able for.

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"mira furlan" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

10:54 min | 2 years ago

"mira furlan" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"And one zero four seven FM. And welcome back. Our final segment with Mark Zicree. Marc will space. Command qualify for a TV EMMY or a movie Oscar category TV, EMMY, George I would love to have a gorgeous, gorgeous statue, rape bribery. One one for the Halloween fee. The TV movie of that I've got three regional Emmys from news over my career. And they are so cool. It's great. I love that stuff. Holding the little globe. And all that stuff. It's neat nuts. Go back to the calls. You ready for some more? We'll go to Mason Texas Stevens with us on coast-to-coast. Good morning. Stephen good morning, George. Good to have you with us. More. I have a question. Why did why did? Twilight zone Goto hour long episodes on season four, and how did you think about the whole hour long episode? We not funny because usually when rod conceive wrestling conceiver twilights initially thought, it was going to be an hour show any actually wrote real four pilots twilight zone before the show got actually picked up and the first three of those were our scripts the finally decided it would be a half hour. But once he started doing it at the half hour. He realized that was the perfect links for the show, and he was very adamantly against it being extended to an hour. CBS is doing in that period in the early sixties. They did with gun smoke. They did it with the Hitchcock's though. And so they thought that they might be able to a large the audience by expanding twilights onto an hour. So they took so long deciding that they only gave it really I have season the fourth season with eighteen episodes, and they were an hour long. And. Twilight zone just really didn't work as well. As at our math, Richard Matheson, Charles Beaumont and surly Earl hammer the major writers on twilight zone all had one good hour episode age, but at the end of the season pretty much everyone agrees that it needs to go back half dragging at. There's a great hour long episode called on Thursday for home. This starts with more and rod swimming loaded. And it's it's just great. It's terrific. But then for the fifth season fifth and final season. They went back to a half hour thirties were actually twenty two weren't they actually closer to like twenty seven. They're only they're only fewer commercials back then those days now, don't they do, but the vaccinate you mostly both. That have our was was the episode. And you know, he he did he have a cigarette when he came out. Yeah. You know, it's like he had a cigarette all the time, and he was a four pack a day smuggle in the long run. Died of complications from open heart surgery. And you know, he would he really looks older than he was he died at fifty and which is the new thirty amazing. But the boy he got a lot done in the time. He had the he pleaded more in his time than most people do at ninety. Let's go to Travis in Omaha Nebraska. Hey, I think that's a home Johnny Carson, or isn't it? Travis. Travis Willis doing well. Yes, sir. Yeah. I I had a couple of questions for Mark, sir. Yeah. I heard you talking about the movie that you're making is is it just one it's going to be a series series. And in fact, the first hour, I've I've YouTube channel called Mr. sci-fi anyone can subscribe to and it's free. And I put the first hour of space command on on my channel, actually, watch it. And in fact, we shot a scene with initial Nichols today. And we'll be posting from that. So it's it's a twelve hour season. And we visited the show going many seasons multiple seasons like at least five years, and so we're just rock and roll. I've I've been the first eight hours of the twelve hour season and also plea quell. And so I'm by the next. All right. The entire twelve hours, and then we'll just shoot all of it and share with our audience, and it's the new way of doing television, and then our audience just you finances. They buy shares they've gone kick-starting throw some money our way, and that'll be part of one whole thing. This is because I land studio, I can do a network quality show from much. Less money than the network hallmark God. Because for instance, that starts discovery is over ten million dollars an episode game of thrones is over fifteen fifteen million dollars. An episode episode is one show. Yes. Yes. One hour, and but I can do it. So far. I've I've as I mentioned my audience is giving me a million dollars and with that I was able to shoot the two hour pilot and forty minutes of the second to our story and we're moving forward. So as I mentioned, we'll be starting a new Kickstarter campaign on Monday. And if anyone wants to buy shares in space command, they can Email me, Mark, Zicree dot com. And and I can send them all the information. It's and people around the world buying shares. It's a completely new way of doing television. But but I really love it. Because I write it. I cast it I shoot it. There's no, you know, you know, the the cast is wonderful cast of amazing science fiction actors like Bill, let me like Doug Jones, and Robert Picard when Mira Furlan loose box Lightner in the shell Nichols. If I went to a network and said, can I have this cast? They say no, you'll use an actor was just on some hitch. On the CW who can't act or women. That's not the CW, but they the network at safely get cash. No, you don't. And and I don't want to have that over my head. Another question. Travis. Yeah. I heard him talking about spirituality like they went to sporran. They have to reach the level of spirituality. Yeah. I think that the focus on for your project. I'm in hardest myself. And I I've done a lot of monster type aiding and stuff like that. I haven't really really fast Sifi so often listen to coast to coast over the years. And you know, I just like hearing Lynn somebody think creative processes like this. Yes. And and you know, when when I talk about spirituality, it's I, you know, I'm open to whatever someone's personally are. But I think if if kindness is at the heart of that, then you're not going to go wrong. I think you know, I I I mean Jesus, of course, I'd love one another I believe that and you'll have to be a Christian. You can be a Buddhist. Or Jewish like, I am or or or even agnostic or any Theus. I mean, kindness, especially what you do. It's the golden rule, and there's a version of the golden rule pretty much in every every faith or and every culture, and it's basically just become the kind of your family kinds of people you love and be kind on the street. You know, if someone's trying to get into a parking spaces a garbage can blocking them over across the street and move the garbage can and it's just putting that into practice your life in small ways, it has a ripple effect. You don't Robert Davi Mark have you seen who were close friends with them? So if you ever need him in any of those episodes, let us know we'll get you in touch with them. Thank you. Thank you for that. He's got one of those faces that everybody recognizes of course, of course, let's go to Rick truck. Driving New Hampshire. Welcome to the program. Hi wreck. Go ahead, sir. Oh, thank you for taking my call. I likes to get Mark. Good conversation tonight. A couple of questions. Please, sir. Yeah. Twilight zone. I used to see is it got that twirly little thing in white. Yes. Yes. Are you still using that that fame and your goose show that? Yeah. On the new twilight on they're using original same and that and those those motifs whether so I on it. They're they're gorgeous. Yeah. That's my bring. Yeah. Bring a lot of people catch into the black hole. You know? Did you believe aliens? When you first started writing ear Europe strips. Did you believe at space off creatures of any kind definitely intelligent life in the universe? And you know, I I don't really go beyond that in in saying, what's what's real? And what's not in terms of UFO's or any of that? But but I think that life probably is throughout the university. Now, no planets are on pretty much every star. And so I think life is going to be throughout the universe. Just like very fertile fields. You know grows all sorts of crops. Super. Thank you. I feel like I'm committing a sin. If I watched the new twilight zone episodes. I wouldn't go that far. But it's definitely it's not the old show. It's not what's really was able to pull off. I mean, you know, it takes such a lot of great people coming together and just the right way to make magic happen. You know, I it's wasn't it catches fire, and it's lightning a bottle in rod sterling certainly accomplished that anymore is he works hard to possibly could. He he pulls it off. And it's an amazing amazing thing. I just you go back to those original shows, and there's just their jewels. Their amazing let's go to beaver Utah marines with us. Hello marie. Go ahead. Are you there actually with? But star the next generation Mark is. For that show. Okay. It was never. So that was co trouble travels. Oh, yes. Of course. That's great up. So that was original Star Trek series. And I was written by David Gerald who actually went to college with my wife. My wife read that script in the first draft. And and I I know David very well in not long ago. And it's a great upset in fact shooting the Nichols house. She played a little Star Trek. There was a bowl of triples on. So it's a really fun really really fun episode. Today the guy who well. David Gerald, you know, mall, Mark. Yep. Yep. Yep. They're my heroes. These writers are just wonderful. I mean that's soon as I was old enough. I wouldn't win search for them, and they became friends and mentors. And you know, they were just just really brilliant writer. What's the reaction? But in Hollywood about the way, you're doing space command. When I meet with network, executives and executives at Netflix, which I did a few weeks ago there by what I'm doing. And and they really admire the fact that I can raise money for my audience that got millions of fans around the world, it's significant and and the people who creating series, you know, with children network that I'm not creating where to create six new series with six major children. These are people who've done the greatest hits in television. And when I invite them to come aboard they want to because they want the freedom that this offers. They want the freedom that they can write what they wanna right. They can say what they wanna say. They can we there's one..

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"mira furlan" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

10:56 min | 2 years ago

"mira furlan" Discussed on WTVN

"And welcome back. Our final segment with Mark Zicree. Marc will space. Command qualify for a TV EMMY or a movie Oscar category TV, George I would love to have a gorgeous gorgeous statue, Ray, Bradbury one one for the Halloween fee. The TV movie of that I've got three regional Emmys for news over my career. They are so cool. It's great. I love that stuff. Holding the globe. And all that stuff. It's neat. Let's go back to the calls. You ready for some more? We'll go to Mason Texas Stevens with us on coast to coast. Good morning. Stephen morning, George good to have you with us. More. I have a question. Sure. Why did why did? Twilight zone Goto hour long episodes on season four, and how did you think about the whole hour long episode? We not funny because usually when rod conceive wrestling conceiver twilights initially thought it was going to be in our show. He actually wrote real four pilots twilight zone before the show got actually picked up and the first three of those that were our scripts the plainly decided it would be a half hour. But once he started doing it as a half hour realized that was the perfect length for the show, and he was very adamantly against it being extended to an hour. This is something CBS is doing in that period in the early sixties. They did with gun smoke. They did it with the offered Hitchcock show. And so they thought that they might be able to a large audience by expanding twilights onto an hour. So they took so long deciding that only gave it really I have season the fourth season with eighteen episodes, and they were an hour long. And. Twilights really didn't work as well. As at our math, Richard Matheson, Charles Beaumont and surly Earl hammer the major writers on twilights all had one good hour episode age, but at the end of the season pretty much everyone agrees that it needs to go back half dragging at. Though, there's a great hour long episode called on Thursday. We for home this stars James Whitmore and rod Serling wrote it, and it's it's great. It's terrific. But then for the fifth season the fifth and final season. They went back to our thirties were actually twenty twos. Weren't they actually closer to twenty seven? They're only they're only few commercials back then those days. Yeah. Now, don't they? Sure, do but the back then they most of the both that have was the episode. And you know, he he did he have a cigarette when he came out. Yeah. You know, it's like he had a cigarette pretty much all the time. And he was a four pack a day smuggle. What got him in the long run? I mean, he died of complications from open heart surgery. And you know, he would he really let's older than he was he died at fifty and which is the new thirty amazing. But the boy he got a lot done in the time. He had. Yeah. He sure did. He he did more in his time than most people do at ninety amazing. Let's go to Travis in Omaha Nebraska. Hey, I think that's a home. Johnny carson. Isn't it? Travis Travis who they can doing. Well, you hear me? Yes, sir. Yeah. I I had a couple of questions. The Mark, sir. Yeah. I heard you talking about the movies that you're making is is it just one movie it's going to be a serious series. And in fact, the first hour, I've I've YouTube channel called Mr. sci-fi anyone can subscribe to and it's free. And I put the first hour of space command on on my channel, actually, watch it. And in fact, we shot a scene with initial Nichols today. We'll be posting footage from that. So it's it's a twelve hour season. And we show is going many seasons multiple seasons like at least five years, and so we're just rock and roll. I've I've been the first eight hours of the twelve hour season and also plea quill. And so I'm by by the next few months, right? The entire twelve hours. And then we'll we'll just shoot all of it and and share with our audience, and it's the new way of doing television, and then our audience just you finances. They buy shares. They've gone kick. Start throw some money our way, and that'll be part of one thing. This is because I have my own studio. I can do a network quality show for much. Less money than the network Homar God because for instance, that Star Trek discovery is over ten million dollars an episode game of thrones is over fifteen dollars and fifteen million dollars an episode is one show. Yes. Yeah. One hour, and but base command I can do it. So far. I've I've as I mentioned my audience is giving me a million dollars and with that I was able to shoot the two hour pilot and forty minutes of the second to our story and we're moving forward. So as I mentioned, we'll be starting new Kickstarter campaign on Monday. And if anyone wants to buy shares in space command, they can Email me, Mark, Zicree itchy mail dot com. And and I can send them all the information. It's and people around the world or buying shares. It's it's a completely new way of doing television. But but I really love it. Because I write it. I cast it I shoot it. There's no, you know, if you know, the the cast is one cast of amazing science fiction actors like they'll let me like Doug Jones and Robert Picard win Mira Furlan box lighter in the shell Nichols. If I went to a network and said, can I have this cast? They would say no you have to use an actor was just on some hitch. Show on the CW who can't act or women. That's not the CW. But they get the network at safely get the castle. You don't. And and I don't want to have that over my head. Another question. Travis. Yeah. I heard him talking about spirituality like they went to score, and they have to reach the level of spirituality. Yeah. I think that's the thing to focus on for your project. I'm in hardest myself. And I I've done a lot of monster type aiding and stuff like that. And haven't really really fast by so often, listen to coast to coast over the years, and you know, I just like hearing when somebody's in creative processes like this. Yes. And and you know, when when I talk about spirituality, it's you know, I'm open to whatever someone's personally are. But I think if if kindness is at the heart of that, then you're not gonna go wrong. I think you know, I I I mean Jesus, of course, love one another. I believe that. And you have to be a Christian Buddhist. Or or Jewish like, I am or or or even agnostic or any theorist. I mean kindness is basically what you do. It's the golden rule, and there's a version of the golden rule pretty much every every faith or every culture, and it's basically just become the kind of your family kind of people you love and be kind on the street. You know, if someone's trying to get into a parking spaces a garbage can blocking them over across the street and move the garbage cans, and it's just putting that into practice your life and small ways it has a ripple effect. You don't Robert Davi, Mark? Have you seen whom we're close friends with them? So if you ever need him in any of those episodes, let us know we'll get you in touch with them. Thank you, George. Thank you for that. He's got one of those faces that everybody recognizes of course, of course, let's go to Rick truck. Driving New Hampshire. Welcome to the program. Hi wreck. Go ahead, sir. Oh, thank you for taking my call. I thanks to Markelle good conversation tonight. To shop like a couple of questions. Please, sir. Yeah. Twilight zone. I used to see is it got that twirly little thing. Black and white. Yes. Yes. Are you still using that that theme, and you're still do show that all yeah? On the new twilight they're using digital same that. And those those motifs you have other. So I kinda to they're they're gorgeous. Yeah. That's what bring. Yeah. Bring a lot of people catching ju it's like the black hole. You know? Did you believe aliens? When you first started writing years Europe strips that you believe in any space off creatures of any kind. Definitely intelligent life in the universe. And you know, I don't really go beyond that in in saying, what's what's real? And what's not into view of foes or of that? But but I think that life probably throughout the university. Now, no planets are pretty much every star. And so I think life is going to be throughout the universe. Just like Harry for tile field. You don't grow all sorts of crops super. Thank you read. Capri. She it I feel like I'm committing a sin. If I watched the new twilight zone episodes, I wouldn't go that far. But it's definitely. It's not the old show. It's not what surly was able to pull off. I mean, you know, it takes such a lot of great people coming together and just the right way to make magic happen. You know, it's something catches fire, and it's lightning in a bottle in rod sterling certainly accomplished that any worse as he works harder to possibly could any he pulls it off. And it's an amazing amazing thing. I just go back to those visuals shows, and there's just their gills their amazing. Let's go to beaver Utah marines with us. Hello maria. Go ahead. Are you there familiar? That stock. The next generation Mark is. For that show. Okay. It was never folk. That was it. Oh trouble. Trouble. Oh, yes. Of course, a class. That's a great up. So that was original Star Trek series. And I was written by David Gerald who actually went to college with my wife. My wife read that script in the first draft. And and I I know David very well and not not long ago, and it's a great upset impact shooting the shell Nichols house. She played in Star Trek. There was a bowl of triples on. So it's really fun. Really really fun episode. They too. Well. David, gerald. You know, all Mark. Yep. Yep. Yep. They're my heroes. These writers are just wonderful. I mean that's soon as I was old enough. I wouldn't win search them and they became friends and mentors. And you know, they were just just really brilliant writer. What's the reaction? But in Hollywood about the way, you're doing space command meeting when I meet with network executives and executives at Netflix, which I did a few weeks ago there what I'm doing. And and they really admire the fact that I can raise money for my audience that got million fans around the world, it's significant and and the people who are cleaning series, you know, with children network that I'm not creating where I'm gonna create six new series with six major shoulders. These are people who've done the greatest hits in television. And when I invite them to come aboard they want to because they want the feed them that this offers. They want the freedom that they can write what they wanna right. They can say what they wanna say. They can we there's one. Show that we're gonna be creating where we can reach out to all these wonderful actors that we that we love there's an actress Barbara Bain who was on mission impossible is based nineteen ninety nine and a friend of mine knows. Right..

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NewsRadio KFBK

10:33 min | 2 years ago

"mira furlan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And welcome back. Our final segment with Mark Zicree. Marc will space. Command qualify for a TV or a movie Oscar category. TV EMMY, George I would love to have an amazing gorgeous gorgeous statue, Ray, Bradbury one one for the Halloween fee. The TV movie of that I've got three regional Emmys for news over my career. And they are so cool. It's great. I love that stuff. Holding globe. And all that stuff. It's neat. Let's go back to the calls. You ready for some more? We'll go to Mason Texas Stevens with us on coast-to-coast. Good morning. Stephen good morning. Good to have your with us. More. I have a question. Why did why did? Twilight zone to hour long episodes on season four, and how did he think about the whole hour long episode? We not funny because usually when rod conceive ransoming swing conceiver twilights initially thought it was going to be an hour show any actually wrote real four pilots twilight zone before the show got actually picked up and the first three of those that were our scripts that finally decided it would be a half hour. But once he started doing it as a half hour. He realized that was the perfect length for the show, and he was very adamantly against it being extended to an hour. This is something CBS is doing in that period in the early sixties. They did with gun smoke. They did it with the Hitchcock show. And so they thought that they might be able to a large the audience by expanding twilights onto an hour. So they took so long deciding that they only gave it really I have season the fourth season with eighteen episodes, and they were an hour long. And. Twilights really didn't work as well. As at our math, Richard Matheson, Charles Beaumont and surly Earl hammer the major writers on twilight zone all had one good hour episode age, but at the end of the season pretty much. Everyone agrees that needed to go back half dragging at. There's a great hour long episode called on Thursday for home. This starts with more. And rod Serling wrote it, and it's it's great. It's terrific. But then for the fifth season of final season. They went to a half hour thirties were actually twenty two weren't they? Closer to twenty seven. They're only they're only few commercials back. Then those. Yeah. And now, don't they? I do but the late you mostly both. That was the episode. And you know, he he did he have a cigarette when he came out. Yeah. You know, it's like he had a cigarette all the time, and he was a four pack a day smuggle in the long run. I mean. I mean, he died of complications from open heart surgery. And you know, he would he really let's older than he was he died at fifty and which is the new thirty amazing. But the boy he got a lot done in the time. He had heard that he he did more in his time than most people do at ninety. Let's go to Travis in Omaha Nebraska. Hey, I think that's a home. Johnny carson. Isn't it? Travis. Travis good. Doing. Well. Yes, sir. Yeah. I I had a couple of questions the Mark. Yeah. I heard you talking about the movie that you're making is is it just one it's going to be a serious series. And in fact, the first hour, I've I've YouTube channel called Mr. sci-fi anyone can subscribe to and that's free. And I put the first hour of space on on my channel, actually, watch it. And it's actually shot a scene with initial Nichols today. We'll be posting footage from that. So it's it's a twelve hour season. And we envision this show is going many seasons multiple seasons like at least five years, and so we're just rock and roll. I've I've been the first eight hours of the twelve hour season and also plea quill. And so I'm by by the next few months, the entire twelve hours. And then we'll we'll just shoot all of it and and share with our audience, and it's the new way of doing television, and then our audience just you finances. They buy shares they've gone kick-starting throw some money our way, and that'll be part of one thing this is because I have my own studio. I can do a network quality show. For much less money than the network Homar God because for instance, that Star Trek discovery is over ten million dollars an episode game of thrones is over fifteen dollars and fifteen million dollars an episode is one show. Yes. Yeah. One hour, and but I can do it. So far. I've I've as I mentioned my audience is giving me a million dollars and with that I was able to shoot the to our pilot and forty minutes of the second to our story and we're moving forward. So as I mentioned we'll be starting to kick start a campaign on Monday. And if anyone wants to buy shares in space command, they can Email me, Mark Zicree, g mail dot com. And and I can send them all the information. It's and people around the world or buying shares. It's it's a completely new way of doing television. But I really love it. Because I write it. I cast it I shoot it. There's no, you know, if you know, the the cast one forecast of amazing science fiction actors like let me like Doug Jones, and Robert Picard when Mira Furlan loose box Lightner in the shell Nichols. If I went to a network and said, can I have this cast? They would say no you have to use an actor was just on. Some hitch on the CW who can't act or women. That's not the CW. But they get the network at safely get the castle. You don't. And and I don't want to have that over my head. You have another question. Travis. Yeah. I heard him talking about spirituality like that. They win the sporran. They have to reach the level of spirituality. Yeah. I think that to focus on for your project. I'm in hardest myself. And I I've done a lot of monster type aiding and stuff like that. But I haven't really really fast site by so often listen to coast to coast over the years. And you know, I just like hearing when somebody think creative processes like this. Yes. And and you know, when when I talk about spirituality, it's I, you know, I'm open to whatever someone's personally are. But I think if if kindness is at the heart of that, then you're not gonna go wrong. I think you know, I I I mean Jesus, of course, I'd love one another I believe that. And but you have to be a Christian. Could be a Buddhist or Jewish like, I am or or or even agnostic or any Theus. I mean kindness is basically what you do. It's the golden rule, and there's a version of the golden rule pretty much every every faith or and every culture, and it's basically just be kind kind of your family kind of people you love and be kind on the street. You know, if someone's trying to get into a parking spaces a garbage can block them over across the street and move the garbage can and it's just putting that into practice your life and small ways it has a ripple effect. You know, Robert Davi Mark have you? We're close friends with them. So if you ever need him in any of those episodes, let us know we'll get you in touch with them. Thank you. Thank you for that. He's got one of those faces that everybody recognizes of course, of course, let's go to Rick truck. Driving a New Hampshire. Welcome to the program. Hi wreck. Go ahead, sir. Thank you for taking my call. Thanks to Marquette. Good conversation tonight. A couple of questions. Please, sir. Yeah. Twilight zone. I used to see is it got that twirly little thing in white. Yes. Yes. Are you still using that that fame and your show that all yeah? On the new twilight using original same in that. And those those motifs. Yeah. Whether so I kinda they're gorgeous. Yeah. That's my bring. Yeah. Bring on a lot of people catching ju it's like the black hole. You know? Did you believe aliens? When you first started writing in Europe strips that you believe in any space off creatures of any kind definitely intelligent life in the universe. And you know, I I don't really go beyond that in in saying, what's what's real? And what's not into view of foes early of that? But but I think that life probably throughout the university. Now, no planets are on pretty much every star. And so I think life is going to be throughout the universe. Just like very fertile fields. You know grows all sorts of crops. Super. Thank you wreck. Appreciate it. I feel like I'm committing a sin. If I watched the new twilight zone episodes. I wouldn't go that far. But it's definitely it's not the old show. It's not what surly was able to pull off. I mean, you know, it takes such a lot of great people coming together and just the right way to make magic happen. You know, it's when something catches fire, and it's lightning in a bottle in rod sterling certainly accomplished that anymore is yours is hard to possibly could any. He pulls it off. And it's an amazing amazing thing. I just you go back to those original shows, and there's just their gills. They're amazing. Let's go to beaver Utah marines with us. Hello maria. Go ahead. Are you there actually? That Star Trek. The next generation Mark is he? For that show. Okay. It was Napa that was fit and called trouble travels. Oh, yes. Of course. It's a classic. That's great up. So that was original Star Trek series. And I was written by David Gerald who actually went to college with my wife. My wife read that script in the first draft. And and I I know David very well in tax on not long ago. And it's a great Epson shooting the shell Nichols house. She played a and there was there was a bowl of trebles on hundred. So it's really fun. Really really fun episode. Guy who well, David Gerald, you know, a mall, Mark. Yep. Yep. Yep. They're my heroes. These writers are just wonderful. I mean that's soon as I was old enough. I wouldn't win search for them, and they became friends and mentors. And you know, they were just just really brilliant writer. What's the reaction? But in Hollywood about the way, you're doing space command meeting when I meet with network executives and executive Netflix, which I did a few weeks ago there what I'm doing. And and they really admire the fact that I can raise money for my audience that got millions of fans around the world, it's significant and and the people who are creating series, you know, with Chevron network that I'm not creating where I'm gonna create six new series with six major shoulders, and these are people who've done the greatest hits in television..

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"mira furlan" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

12:19 min | 2 years ago

"mira furlan" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Back. Our final segment with Mark Zicree. Marc will space. Command qualify for a TV EMMY or a movie Oscar category. I think TV EMMY, George I would love to have an amazing gorgeous, gorgeous statue, right bribery. One one for the Halloween fee. The TV movie of that I've got three regional Emmys for news over my career. They are so cool. It's great. I love that stuff. Holding globe. And all that stuff. It's neat. Let's go back to the calls. You ready for some more? We'll go to Mason Texas Stevens with us on coast to coast. Good morning. Stephen good morning. Good to have you with us. More. I have a question. Why did why did? Twilight zone. Our long upsets on season four, and how did you think about the whole hour long episode? We not funny because originally when rod conceive read so inconceiva- twilights initially thought it was going to be an hour show. He actually wrote real four pilots twilight zone for the show got actually picked up and the first three of those that were our scripts that finally decided it would be a half hour. But once he started doing it as a half hour. He realized that was the perfect length for the show, and he was very adamantly against it being extended to an hour. This is something CBS is doing in that period in the early sixties. They did with gun smoke. They did it with the talk show. And so they thought that they might be able to large the audience by standing twilights onto an hour. So they took so long deciding that they only gave it really I have season. So the fourth season with eighteen episodes, and they were an hour long. And. Twilights just really didn't work as well. As at our math, Richard Matheson, Charles Beaumont and surly Earl hammer the major writers on twilights all had one good hour episode age. But at the end of the season everyone agrees that it needed to go back half. I was dragging at. There's a great hour long episode called on Thursday for home. This starts James Whitmore. And rod Serling wrote it, and it's it's just great. It's a drift. But then for the fifth season of final season. They went back to our thirties were actually twenty two weren't they actually closer to twenty seven. There were only really fewer commercials back then. Now, don't they? Sure, do but the back then they mostly most was the episode. In you know, he he didn't he have a cigarette when he came out, you know, it's like he had a cigarette as much all the time. And he was a feel four pack a day smuggle in the long run. Guide of of complications from open heart surgery. And you know, he would he really let's older than he was he died at fifty and which is the new thirty amazing. But the boy got a lot done in the time. He had that he he pleaded more in his time than most people do at ninety. Let's go to Travis in Omaha Nebraska. Hey, I think that's a home. Johnny carson. Isn't it? Travis travis. Doing. Well. You hear me? Yes, sir. Yeah. I had a couple of questions. The Mark, sir. Yeah. I heard you talking about the movie that you're making is is it just one movie it's going to be a serious series. And in fact, the first hour I channel called Mr. sci-fi anyone can subscribe to and it's free. And I put the first hour of space command on on my channel, actually, watch it. And in fact, we seen with initial Nichols today. We'll be putting posting footage from that. So it's it's a twelve hour season. And we usually show is going many seasons multiple seasons like at least five years, and so we're just rocking roller. I've I've been the first eight hours of the twelve hour season and also prequel. And so I'm by the next few months, right? The entire twelve hours. And then we'll just we'll just shoot all of it and share with our audience, and it's the new way of doing television, and then our audience just you finances. They buy shares. They've gone kick. Start some money our way, and that'll be part of one of this is because I have my own studio. I can do a network quality show for much. Less money than the network Homar God. Because for instance, Star Trek discovery is over ten million dollars an episode game of thrones is over fifteen fifteen million dollars. An episode episode is one show. Yes. Yeah. One hour, and but. I can do it. So far. I've I've as I mentioned my audience is giving me a million dollars and with that I was able to shoot the two hour pilot and forty minutes of the second to our story and we're moving forward. So as I mentioned, we'll be starting a new Kickstarter campaign on Monday. And if anyone wants to buy shares in space command, they can Email me, Mark, Zicree itchy mail dot com. And and I can send them all the information. It's and people around the world buying shares. It's it's a completely new way of doing television. But I really love it because I ride it. I cast it I shoot it. There's no, you know, if you know, the the cast is wonderful cast of amazing science fiction actors like they'll let me like Doug Jones, and Robert Picard when Mira Furlan loose box lighter in the shell Nichols. If I went to a network and said, can I have this cast? They say no you have to use an actor was just on some hitch on the CW who can't act or whatever that's not the CW. But they get the network at you get cash will you don't. And and I don't want to have that over my head. Another question. Travis. Yeah. I heard him. Talking about spirituality, like they Linda sporran, they have to reach the level of spirituality. Yeah. I think that's good thing to focus on for your project. I'm in artists myself. And I I've done a lot of monster type aiding and stuff like that. But I haven't really really fast site by so often listen to coast to coast over the years. And you know, I just like hearing when somebody think creative processes like this. Yes. And and you know, when when I talked about, spirituality, it's I, you know, I'm open to whatever someone's personally are. But I think if if kindness is at the heart of that, then you're not going to go wrong. I think you know, I I I mean Jesus, of course, I'd love one another I believe that and you'll have to be a Christian, you can get Buddhist or Jewish like, I am or or or even agnostic or I mean kindness is basically what you do. It's the golden rule, and there's a version of golden rule pretty much every every faith or and every culture, and it's basically just be kind. Because of your family kind of people you love and be kind on the street, you know, someone's trying to get into a parking spaces a garbage can blocking them over the cross the street and move the garbage cans, and it's just putting that into practice your life and small ways it has a ripple effect. You know, Robert Davi Mark have yesterday who were close friends with them. So if you ever need him in any of those episodes, let us know we'll get you in touch with them. Thank you. Thank you for that. He's got one of those faces that everybody recognizes of course, of course, let's go to Rick truck. Driving a New Hampshire. Welcome to the program. Hi wreck. Go ahead, sir. Oh, thank you for taking my call likes to Mark that good conversation tonight. Shop like a couple of questions. Please, sir. Yeah. Twilight zone. I used to it got that twirly little thing. Black and white. Yes. Yes. Are you still using that that theme and your stare do show that all yeah? On the new twilight other using original same and that and those those motifs yet, whether so I kind of they're they're gorgeous. Yeah. That's what bring. Yeah. Bring a lot of people catching ju it's like the black hole. You know? Did you believe aliens when you first started writing ear Europe scripts did you believe in any space creatures of any kind definitely intelligent life in the universe? And you know, I don't really go beyond that in in saying, what's what's real? And what's not into view of that? But but I think that life probably is the university. Now, no planets are pretty much every star. And so I think life is going to be throughout the universe. Just like very fertile fields. You grows all sorts of crops? Super. Thank you. I feel like I'm committing a sin. If I watched the new twilight zone episodes, I wouldn't go that far. But it's definitely. It's not the old show. It's not what's really was able to pull off. I mean, you know, it takes such a lot of great people coming together and just the right way to make magic happen. It's catches fire, and it's lightning a bottle in rod sterling certainly accomplished that anymore as he works hard to possibly could any they pulled it off. And it's an amazing amazing thing. I just you go back to those vigil shows, and there's just their gills. They're amazing. Let's go to beaver Utah marines with us. Hello maria. Go ahead. I actually. That star the next generation, Marcus. For that show. Okay. It was never. So that was it called trouble travels. So yes, of course, that's a great up. So that was the only ritual Star Trek series. And I was written by David Gerald who actually went to college with my wife. My wife read that script in the first draft. And and I I know David very well in not not long ago, and it's a great Epson shooting the shell Nichols house. She played a little Star Trek. There was a bowl of triples on. So it's a really fun really really fun episode. So well, David, Gerald. You know, Mark. Yep. Yep. Yep. They're my heroes. These writers are just wonderful. I mean old enough I wouldn't win search for them, and they became friends and mentors. And you know, they were just just really brilliant writer. What's the reaction? But in Hollywood about the way, you're doing space command. When I meet with network, executives and executives at Netflix, which I did a few weeks ago what I'm doing. And and they really admire the fact that I can raise money for my audience that got millions of fans around the world, it's significant and and the people who are creating series, you know, with children network that I'm not creating where I'm gonna create six new series with six major Sheldon. And these are people who've done the greatest hits in television. And when I invite them to come aboard they want to because they want the freedom that this offers. They want the freedom. That they can write what they wanna right. They can say what they wanna say. They can we there's one show that we're gonna be creating where we can reach out to all these wonderful actors, the we that we love there's an actress named Barbara Bain who was on mission impossible is based nineteen ninety nine and a friend of mine knows. Right. A row for role for her. And why not that's super do a game show? I've never done. I wanna redo the what's my line show. Yes. That was such a great show. I love that shows that cool. Yeah. I mean when you look at it, they in the you had ten times to get it. Right. If you had ten wrong answers, they flip over the cards, and they, you know, tell the person what is occupied was or whatever. And they they were each was five dollars when a flipped the card that was just on the lead as and they hit the sponsor's name across the front of the desk that the four panelists were sitting at. It was it was brought to you by some perspiration company. They had that splattered across their all time television. It's great. I love the fact that YouTube has a lot of those shows where you can go back and watch the old Kenneth scopes from the fifties. And it's just I was just watching Alfred Drake in kiss me Kate, and it was Kenneth scope of of broadcast was live in the fifties. So it's it's I think YouTube, I think the internet is such an enormously powerful and one full thing it, can it can have negative sides. Of course. But I think it's brought the world to us in a way that was not possible before the one thing that it did lack in and you notice that right away is it did not have a presence of minorities at all in..

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710 WOR

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"mira furlan" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And it's ridic- upset really fun. John Carradine plays the head of the monastery, and he's just wonderful in that role. And he pulled out all the stops. I'm in terms of Chinese science fiction. It is a very popular genre in China both in terms of novels and movies and definitely search out. The wondering and watch it sounds really interesting, Mark. What drives you what keeps pushing you? I think I've always had a sense of calling. You know, even when I was a kid I was drawing and writing and reading science fiction veraciously watching TV going to the movies and reading comic books. I I was very lucky to find what I wanted to do with my life early on. And when I read the making Star Trek when I was thirteen it was the first book I've read about how TV was made. And I started to think something I'd really like to do. And you know, I saw my first story at nineteen and was writing for TV by twenty two or twenty three and I've been very lucky I've been able to make a go of. And I've done hundreds of hours of TV, and I've been bestsellers fiction, the non fiction is basically, you know, I'm I'm I've had a lot of luck. And a lot of great experiences. You know, I'm and now have my own studio. I'm based here in LA, also London and we're doing features. We're actually doing a feature with some of the house of lords right now. And and that's just a thrill. You know, it's I it's like all the doors open for me, and and I just have through. And I'm very glad of that. And I love the fact that I can communicate with millions of people just like, you can George I mean to have an audience of people in our wavelength, and it's a great gift and a great blessing. And and I don't think neither your not nor I take that. For granted. It's if since -bility to our audience not to waste their time and not to, you know, not not to give them something less than our best efforts. We wake up every day and pinch ourselves. It's so great. Let's go next to whose turn us at here. It's austin. Turn in Modesto, California. Hi austin. Go ahead, sir. Hey, George Noory. How are you today? Wonderful. Thank you. Well, it's a pleasure to talk to you in Mark. It's also a pleasure to talk to you today. My question is about question for George Noory. My question is a bath. Airings existed. What dimension? Are you? Do you think they exist on? I would I would say that they do exist. That's my take. And I think they're in the same dimensional world as we are much. Like, we are they have learned one thing we haven't. And that's how to travel through space. Simple as that. What do you think? Mark. I think I think definitely there's intelligent life. Elsewhere in the universe in inevitably. And I think the more we learn about the university the stranger in we're wonderful. It becomes the fact that we took the first photo of a black hole geo just this last week is. Breathtaking, and I'm I can't I just wanna see more and more and more. And and it's and so fun win. What I do. We're actually building an alien right now, we're building the creature. Be able to do that is so fun of say to my artists. Let's see something we've never seen before. And they have them come up with something is just I just guess what is the premise of space. Command the premises space command. It takes place. It starts sixty years from now and covers one hundred and fifty years in life of four families as we go solar system jump to the stars. It's about how we have to reach out with compassionate who we have to be kind and kindness and to be brave, and it's one family's a military family. Stay scoring family in space command and one family's family. Scientist one one character is an artificial humanist synthetic human. And and when one families a family of inventors, and we get see how they can connect how they cross over the boundaries and barriers how they become their best selves, and and one family's blue-collar. They become sort of world conquerors and sometimes their characters are. Odds their adversaries, but but often they find a common ground. They find a way to come together. And it's it's an and we jump between the generations. So we see causing affect of what they do in one generation how to fix a later generation. And and it's just amazing. It's it's different languages in it to our characters Mira Furlan who I worked with him Babylon five speak serbo Croatian anti-castro luminous or daughter who speaks that same language. So sometimes speaking English and when speaking do other it's in in Serbo-Croatian, so it's it's like our world. It's it's the real world extrapolated into the future in the solar system and beyond. We're gonna come back in just a moment and take final phone calls with Mark Zicree as we talk about his work and also the twilight zone..

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"mira furlan" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"mira furlan" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Are you? Do you think they exist on? I would I would say that they do exist. That's my take. And I think they're in the same dimensional world as we are much. Like, we are they have learned one thing we haven't. And that's how to travel through space. Simple as that. What do you think? Mark. Yeah. I think I think definitely there's intelligent life. Elsewhere in the universe in inevitably. And I think the more we learn about the university, the stranger and more wonderful. It becomes the fact that we took the first photo of a black hole geo just this last week is. Taking and I'm I can't I just wanna see more and more and more. And and it's and it's so fun in what I do. We're actually building an alien right now, we're building the creature be able to do that is so fun and say to my artists, let's see something we've never seen before. And they have them come up with something is just I just it's just a guess, what is the premise of space. Command the premises stays command. It takes place. It starts sixty years now in covers one hundred and fifty years in the life of four families as we call. It is solar system jump to the stars. It's about how we have to reach out with compassionate who we have to be kind and kindness and have to be brave, and it's one family's a military family. It's space going family in space command and one family's family. Scientist one one character is an artificial humanist synthetic human. And and when one families the family of inventors, and we get to see how they can connect. How? Cross over the boundaries and various how they become their best selves, and and one families blue collar, and they become sort of world conquerors. And sometimes they're these characters at odds their their adversaries. But but often they they find a common ground. They find a way to come together. And it's it's an and we jump between the generations. So we c- causing effects of what they do in one generation how to fix a later generation. And and it's just amazing. It's it's different languages in it to our characters Mira Furlan who I worked with him. Babylon five speaks serbo Croatian anti-castro woman has her daughter who speaks that same language. So sometimes they're sticking English. When speaking to each other it's in in serbo Croatian. So it's it's like our world. It's the real world extrapolated into the future in the solar system and beyond. All right..

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"mira furlan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:30 min | 2 years ago

"mira furlan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And China's on wondering if if that they're going to be Sifi fanatics. And my second question is about the episode called the howling. Man. I think it was forty one. But the practice of it was that the devil was kept in Saitama Chidgey step by the sky Jerome. And the sky, you know, didn't believe this was the devil at took the staff, and he escaped and that showed in World War Two and the nuclear age all the costs. It was a great episode in my Douglas as directed. And it was written by Charles Beaumont, one of the great twilight zone writers, and it's ridic-. That's a really fun. John Carradine plays the head of the monastery, and he's just wonderful in that role. And he pulls out all the stops. I'm in terms of Chinese science fiction. It is a very popular genre in China both in terms of novels and movies. And I'll definitely search out the wondering earth and watch it. It sounds really interesting, Mark. What drives you what keeps pushing you? I think I've always had a sense of calling. You know, even when I was a kid I was drawing and writing and leading science fiction for racially watching TV going to the movies and reading comic books. I you know, I was very lucky to find what I wanted to do with my life early on. And you know, when I read the making Star Trek when I was thirteen it was the first book I ever read about how TV was made. And I started to think that something I'd really like to do. And you know, I saw my first story at nineteen and was writing for TV by the time I was twenty two or twenty three and I've been very lucky I've been. Able to make a go of it. And I've done hundreds of hours of TV, and I've been bestsellers in fiction and nonfiction is basically, you know, I'm I'm you know, I've I've had a lot of luck in a lot of great experiences. You know, I'm and I and now have my own studio. I'm based here in LA and also in London and we're doing features. We're actually doing a feature with someone in the house of lords right now. And and that's just a thrill. You know, it's I it's like all the doors open for me, and and I just have through and I'm very glad of that. And and I love the fact that I can communicate with millions of people just like you can't Georgia. I mean to have an audience of people in our wavelength, and it's a great gift in a great blessing. And and I know they neither your not nor I take that. For granted. It's if sense of responsibility to our audience not to waste their time. And not to, you know, not not to give them something less than our best efforts. We wake up every day and pinch ourselves. It's so great. Let's go next to who's turned. His at here. It's Austin's turn in Modesto, California. Hi austin. Go ahead, sir. Hey, George Noory. How are you today? Wonderful. Thank you. Well, it's a pleasure to talk to you. And Mark it's also a pleasure to talk to you today. My question is about question for George Noory. My question is a bath. Airings existed. What dimension to you? Do you think they exist on? I would I would say that they do exist. That's my take. And I think they're in the same dimensional world as we are much. Like, we are they have learned one thing we haven't. And that's how the travel through space. Simple as that. What do you think? Mark. Yeah. I think I think definitely there's intelligent life. Elsewhere in the universe in inevitably. And I think the more we learn about the university the stranger, and we're wonderful. It becomes the fact that we took the first photo of a black hole geo just this last week is just taking and I'm I can't I just wanna see more and more and more. And and it's so fun. When what I do. We're actually building an alien right now, we're building the creature. It'd be able to do that is so fun and say to my artists, let's see something we've never seen before. And they have them come up with something is just I just it's just a guess, what is the premise of space. Command the premises. Stays command. It takes place. It starts sixty years now and covers one hundred and fifty years in the life of four families as we call. It is solar system jump to the stars. It's about how we have to reach out with compassionate. How we have to be kind and kindness and was to be brave, and it's one family's a military family. It says stay scoring family in in space command and one families family scientist, one one character is an artificial human synthetic human. And and when when families a family of inventors, and we get to see how they can connect how they cross over the boundaries and various how they become their best selves, and and one family is blue collar, and they become sort of a world conquerors. And sometimes they're these characters at odds their their adversaries. But but often they they find a common ground. They find a way to come together. And it's it's an and we jump between the generations. So we c- causing effect of what they do in. Generation how to fix a later generation. And and it's just amazing. And it's it's it's we've got different languages in to our characters Mira Furlan who I worked with him Babylon five speak serbo Croatian anti-castro castio luminous our daughter who speaks that same language. So sometimes they're speaking English. And when they're speaking to each other it's in in several Croatian, so it's it's like our world. It's it's the real world extrapolated into the future in the solar system and beyond. We're gonna come back in just a moment and take.

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"mira furlan" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

06:09 min | 2 years ago

"mira furlan" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"And I quite like him. He's he's very very good. And I have hopes for the show just like with the new twilight zone. I'm hoping that it'll improve as goes on, you know, and we'll see we'll see what happens, but I'm rooting for it as well. Next up. Let's go to Joe in Long Island. Hey joseph. Go ahead. Questions. There's a movie out in China, coal, the wandering Arthur my say, it's made almost a billion dollars on. This is like the breakthrough side five film and China's wondering if if that they're gonna be Sifi fanatics. And and my second question is about the episode called the howling man Sepah, so forty one, but the premise of it was that the devil was kept in this like harm Adj staff by the sky Jerome. And the sky, you know, didn't believe this was a devil at took the staff, and then he escaped and that I'll show in World War, Two an inaugural rage cost. It was a great episode in my Douglas as directed. And it was been a Charles Beaumont. One of the great twilight zone writers terrific upset, really fun. John Carradine plays the head of the monastery, and he's just wonderful in that role. And he pulled out all the stops in terms of Chinese science fiction. It is very popular genre in China both in terms of novels and movies. And I'll definitely search out the wondering and watch. It sounds really interesting, Mark. What drives you what keeps pushing? You think I've always had a sense of calling. You know, even when I was a kid I was drawing and writing and reading science fiction veraciously watching TV going to the movies and reading comic books. I I was very lucky to find what I wanted to do with my life early on and whenever the making Star Trek when I was thirteen. It was the first book I've read about how was made. And I started with something I'd really like to do. And you know, I saw my first story at nineteen and was writing for TV by the time. I was twenty two or twenty three and I've been very lucky I've been able to make a go of. And I've done hundreds of hours of TV and I've been bestsellers in fiction. The nonfiction is basically, you know, I'm I'm I've had a lot of luck. And a lot of great experiences. You know, I'm and I and now have my own studio. I'm based here in LA and also in London and we're doing features. We're actually doing a feature with someone in the house of lords right now. And and that's just a thrill. You know, it's I it's like all the doors open for me, and and I just have through and I'm very glad of that. And I love that. I can communicate with millions of people just like you can't George. I mean to have an audience of people in our wavelengths, and it's a great gift in the great blessing. And and I don't think you're not nor I take that. For granted. It's if since responsibility to our audience not to waste their time and not to, you know, not not to give them something less than our best efforts. We wake up every day and pinch ourselves. It's so great. Let's go next to whose turn us at here. It's austin. Turn in Modesto, California. Hi, Austin go-ahead serve. Hey, George Noory. How are you today? Wonderful. Thank you. Well, it's a pleasure to talk to you. And Mark it's also a pleasure to talk to you today. My question is about question for George Noory. My question is a bath. How? Existed. What dimension? Do you? Do you think they exist on? I would I would say that they do exist. That's my take. And I think they're in the same dimensional world as we are much. Like, we are they have learned one thing we haven't. And that's how to travel through space. Simple as that. What do you think? Mark. I think I think definitely there's intelligent life. Elsewhere in the universe in inevitably. And I think the more we learn about the university the stranger in we're wonderful. It becomes the fact that we took the first photo of a black hole geo just this last week is just taking and I'm I can't I just wanna see more and more and more. And and it's and so fun when what I do. We're actually building an alien right now, we're building the creature. Be able to do that is so fun say to my artists. Let's see something we've never seen before. And they have them come up with something is just I just it's guess, what is the premise of space. Command the premises space command. It takes place. It starts sixty years now and covers hundred fifty years in life of four families as we call. It is solar system jump to the stars. It's about how we have to reach out with compassionate. How we have to be kind and kindness and to be brave, and it's one family's a military family. It's stakes going family in space command and one family's family. Scientist one one character is an artificial human synthetic human. And and when when families a family of inventors, and we get to see how they can connect how they cross over the boundaries and barriers how they become their best selves, and and one family's blue-collar. They become sort of world conquerors. And sometimes they're these characters are. Odds their their adversaries. But but often they find the common ground. They find a way to come together. And it's it's an and we jump between the generations. So we see causing affect of what they do in one generation how to fix a later generation. And and it's just amazing. And it's it's it's different languages in to our characters Mira Furlan, I work with him Babylon five speak serbo Croatian anti-castro luminous daughter who speaks that same language. So sometimes speaking English and when speaking do other it's in Croatian, so it's it's like our world. It's the real world extrapolated into the future into solar system and beyond. We're gonna come back in just a moment and take final phone calls with Mark Zicree as we talk about his work and also the twilight zone. Never miss a detail on a show or a guest. Sign up for the coast zone Email newsletter.

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"mira furlan" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"mira furlan" Discussed on WTVN

"I'm based here in LA and also in London and we're doing features. We're actually doing a feature with someone in the house of lords right now. And and that's just a thrill. You know, it's I it's like all the doors open for me, and and I just have through. And I'm very glad of that. And I love the fact that I can communicate with millions of people just like you can Georgia. I mean to have an audience of people are wavelengths, and it's a great gift and a great blessing. And and I don't think neither your not nor I take that. For granted. It's if since of spots -bility to our audience not to waste their time and not to, you know, not not to give them something less than our best efforts. We wake up every day and pinch ourselves. It's so great. Let's go next to whose turn. His at here. It's Austin's turn in Modesto, California. Hi austin. Go ahead, sir. Hey, George Noory. How are you today? Wonderful. Thank you. Well, it's a pleasure to talk to you in Mark. It's also a pleasure to talk to you today. My question is about question for George Noory. My question is a bath. Existed. What dimension? Are you? Do you think they exist on? I would I would say that they do exist. That's my take. And I think they're in the same dimensional world as we are much. Like, we are they have learned one thing we haven't. And that's how the travel through space. Simple as that. What do you think? Mark. Yeah. I think I think definitely there's intelligent life. Elsewhere in the universe in inevitably. And I think the more we learn about the university the stranger in we're wonderful. It becomes the fact that we took the first photo of a black hole. Just this last week is just taking and I'm I can't I just wanna see more and more and more. And and it's and so fun when what I do. We're actually building an alien right now, we're building the creature. Be able to do that is so fun say to my artists. Let's see something we've never seen before. And they have them come up with something is just I just it's just a guess, what is the premise of space. Command the premises stays command. It takes place. It starts sixty years now in covers hundred fifty years in the life of four families as we call nice solar system jump to the stars. It's about how we have to reach out with compassionate. We have to be kind and kindness and wants to be brave, and it's one family's a military family. It's space going family in space command and one families family scientist one one characters an artificial humanist acumen. And and when one family is a family of inventors, and we get to see how they can connect how they cross over the boundaries and various how they become their best selves, and and one families blue collar, and they become sort of world conquerors. And sometimes they're these characters are. Odds their their adversaries. But but often they find a common ground. They find a way to come together. And it's it's an jump between the generation so we see causing affect of what they do in one generation how to fix a later generation. And and it's just amazing. And it's it's it's got different languages in it to our characters Mira Furlan who I worked with him Babylon five speak serbo Croatian cast, a young woman is her daughter who speaks that same language. So sometimes speaking English and when speaking to each other it's in Croatian, so it's it's like our world. It's it's the real world extrapolated into the future and in the solar system and beyond. We're gonna come back in just a moment and take final phone calls with Mark Zicree as we talk about his work and also the twilight zone. Never miss.

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"mira furlan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"mira furlan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Austin, go heads are. Hey, George Noory. How are you today? Wonderful. Thank you. Talk to you in Mark. It's also a pleasure to talk to you today. My question is about question for George Noory. My question is a. Airings existed. What dimension? Are you? Do you think they exist on? I would I would say that they do exist. That's my take. And I think they're in the same dimensional world as we are much. Like, we are they have learned one thing we haven't. And that's how the travel through space simple as that. What do you think? Mark. I think I think definitely there's intelligent life. Elsewhere in the universe in inevitably. And I think the more we learn about the university the stranger in we're wonderful. It becomes the fact that we took the first photo of a black hole. Just this last week is just taking and I'm I can't I just wanna see more and more and more. And and it's and so fun when what I do. We're actually building an alien right now, we're building the creature to be able to do that is so fun say to my artists. Let's see something we've never seen before. And they have them come up with something is just I just it's just a guess, what is the premise of space. Command the premises states command. It takes place. It starts sixty years now and covers hundred and fifty years in life of four families as we call nice solar system jump to the stars. It's about how we have to reach out with compassionate. How we have to be kind and kindness and to be brave, and it's one family's a military family. It's space going family in space command and one families family scientist, one one characters an artificial humanist acumen, and and when one family a family of inventors, and we get to see how they can connect how they cross over the boundaries and barriers how they become their best selves, and and one families blue collar, and they become sort of world conquerors and sometimes they're characters as odds their adversaries. But but often they find a common ground. They find a way to come together. And it's it's an jump between the generation. So we see causing affects of what they do. When generation how to fix a later generation. And and it's just amazing. And it's it's it's got different languages in to our characters Mira Furlan who I worked with him Babylon five speak serbo Croatian and cycads the woman's daughter who speaks that same language, so sometimes speaking English, and when they can do others in several Croatian. So it's it's like our world. It's the real world extrapolated into the future in the solar system and beyond. All right. We're gonna come back in just a moment and take final phone calls with Mark Zicree as.

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"mira furlan" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"mira furlan" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And he pulled out all the stops. I'm in terms of Chinese science fiction. It is a very popular genre in China both in terms of novels and movies and definitely search out the wandering or watch. It sounds really interesting, Mark. What drives you what keeps pushing you? I think I always had a sense of calling. You know, even when I was a kid I was drawing and writing and leading science fiction for racially watching TV going to the movies and meeting comic books. I I was very lucky to find what I wanted to do with my life early on and whenever the making Star Trek when I was thirteen. It was the first book I've read about how TV was made. And I started thinking with something I'd really like to do. And I saw my first story at nineteen and was writing for TV, but I'm twenty two or twenty three and I've been very lucky I've been. Able to make a go of it. And I've done hundreds of hours of TV and I've been bestsellers in fiction, the nonfiction, it's basically, you know, I'm I'm I've had a lot of luck. And a lot of great experiences. You know, I'm and now have my own studio. I'm based here in LA, also London and doing features. We're actually doing a feature with someone in the house of lords right now. And and that's just a thrill. You know, it's I it's like all the doors open for me, and and I just have through and I'm very glad that. And I love the fact that I can communicate with millions of people just like you can't Georgia. I mean to have an audience of people in our wavelength, and it's a great gift in the great blessing. And and I don't think neither you are not nor I take that. For granted. It's if since responsibility to our audience, not waste their time. And not to, you know, not not to give them something less than our best efforts. We wake up every day and pinch ourselves. It's so great. Let's go next to whose turn us. And here it's Austin's turn in Modesto, California. Hi austin. Go ahead, sir. Hey, George Noory. How are you today? Wonderful. Thank you. Talk to you. And Mark also a pleasure talking today. My question is about question for George Noory. My question is a bath. Aaron. What did mention the you? Do you think they exist on? I would I would say that they do exist. That's my take. And I think they're in the same dimensional world as we are much. Like, we are they have learned one thing we haven't. And that's how the travel through space. Simple as that. What do you think? Mark. Yeah. Well, I think I think definitely there's intelligent life. Elsewhere in the universe in inevitably. And I think the more we learn about the university the stranger, and we're wonderful. It becomes the fact that we took the first photo of a black hole. Just this last week is. Taking and I'm I can't I just wanna see more and more and more. And and it's and it's so fun. When what I do. We're actually building an alien right now, we're building the creature be able to do that is so fun and say to my artists, let's see something we've never seen before. And they haven't come up with something is just I just it's just guess, what is the premise of space. Command the premise of states command it takes place. It starts sixty years now and covers hundred and fifty years in life of four families as we call. It is the solar system jump to the stars. It's about how we have to reach out with compassionate. How we have to be kind and kindness and to be brave, and it's one family's a military family. It's stakes going family in space command and one family's family. Scientist one one character is an artificial humanist acumen, and and when one family family of inventors, and we get see how they can connect how they. Cross over the boundaries and various how they become their best selves, and and one family blue-collar, blue collar, they become sort of world conquerors. And sometimes they're these characters as our odds their their adversaries. But but often they find the common ground. They find a way to come together. And it's it's an and we jump between the generations. So we see causing a sect of what they do in generation how to fix a later generation. And and it's just amazing. And it's it's it's different languages in to our characters Mira Furlan, I work with him Babylon five speak serbo, Croatian anti-castro women's Donahue speaks that same language. So sometimes speaking English and speaking do it's in Croatian. So it's it's like our world. It's the real world extrapolated into the future in the solar system and beyond. We're gonna come back in just a moment and take final phone calls with markets increase. We talk about his work and also the twilight zone, never miss a detail on the show or. Guest. Sign up for the coast zone Email newsletter of for free at coast to coast, AM dot com. KLBJ? Giving consideration to having people.

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