17 Burst results for "peter sellars"
"peter sellars" Discussed on DAVIDBOWIE: ALBUMTOALBUM
"To have the songs were done. But could be wrong. Gusto did laughing not he produced that? Yes. That's sort of like the peak and judging space oddity. Even self with Elton John. And did very well. So died in a car crash I think in the late nineties he did. Moving on. See now, where where we going next is that we are hungry band. That's a fun one to. This is I'm hungry men you take it away, Chris. I dislike the idea of like say your you bought this record sight unseen. 'cause you're in the out the store and you're buying sergeant pepper and you're like, Oh, this looks interesting. And you've gotten through. Four or five tracks and sun sound like. Traditional pop in summer a little strange, and then you hit this thing which. Starts with like. Ey Kenneth Williams kind of void like sort of comedy voice in. Later on. Peter Sellars, and then there's some point there's like a Nazi kinda chanting voice and. Yet it's really dislike. It's it's along with Mr Grave digger. It's it's the real out out there moment this record that you can't believe. You know. It's a good sign that can hit had like had hadn't sort of an F. on cards side to it because many cigar chomping manager type would be like not this thing is. Off The record we can't have this right here. I. Mean It. Would tell you tell you the free took a different come on. What are you doing? It's it's such a straight. It's like a radio play. and. You can kind of see out sort of the seeds of outside. It's this little narrative with funny voices and it's very. Almost, comically bleak. But it I guess the question I. I've always had about this at song. The lyric is whether it was influenced all bias story called make room make room by Harry Harrison. which became so that green. was turned the movie. So in the green years later it was being serialized in. SCIENCE FICTION MAGAZINE IN LONDON At the same time. So it's conceivable that Bowie was reading. I. Think it was I forget blanking on the title of it. Is Possible Bowie hit was reading story and that was into it but. But the overpopulation the song is about that Classic Sixties.
"peter sellars" Discussed on Q95
"Was a similar situation of x. This was pre-videotaped Peter Sellars. Perhaps, this was in the days of the erotic cinema theatre. Sure. So, yes. So that's a grand tradition. Jerry's of course, much cleaner, and more different. Yeah. I actually saw Jerry Seinfeld before he was Jerry Seinfeld. I saw him at the improv probably in seventy six or seven and there, there might have been Ted audience. Yeah, I, I was I was in the city I lived here in what's out of the and I didn't you didn't know who is who anybody was. But I can remember there were five comedians, and it was Gilbert Godfrey was one of them while Jerry was the other. And then I didn't remember that specifically. And then when Gilbert Godfrey ended up on Saturday Night Live. I went, hey, that guy. Wow. And I can still remember one of the bits that he did. There was a, there was a stool day j- with four legs in Gilbert, Godfrey grabbed it and scream. Stock with me that still holds up undergo. Ago. And then Jerry Seinfeld when the comedy boom hit in the early eighties, I was just going to clubs on a regular basis. And this guy, what? Oh my God. It's that guy from the improv. Right. And that was probably his first year in combat six. Yeah. That was very good. I remember he was. So he had such great stage presence. Confident and just got was great. Even then and I this was when I saw him the second time it was way before the Seinfeld TV show. Right. But as a stand up comedian, he's terrific. Oh oh, yeah. Amazing. Any still writes constantly. He's still creating new stuff. He's working on lines every show, we'll be in the green room he'll go, what are you working on Ryan and I'll go, go? I got this and this, and this is just very disciplined. He's also big met, meditators. I guess what is that? I want to say mediator transcendental meditation. Yes. Doing it since high school. I think. Yeah. For a long time, and I think it works. I've been actually trying it myself. And mantra. Yeah. You're led to share that on the radio or knows. No. But you know thing. The same for everybody. It's just a nonsense kind of thing, but it's just gives you something to think about just repeats. Henry Mancini every. This really well played, sir. Are you are of, of Mormon heritage? That's correct. Yes. No. Are you a practicing Mormon? I try to do it. I can I not as much as I once was, I guess, did you the door to door thing. Yeah. I was a missionary. Yeah. Where North Carolina. What town? Well, I was all over the western part of North Carolina. Bicycle or car you both. Yeah. You move around to different cities. I was up in the mountains for a while. I was in Charlotte for a while. I was in Greensborough for awhile. Did you get any converts sure? We would talk to people. Yeah. Yeah. They'd buy in. Have you have you seen the, the play the book of Mormon I did see it actually drew Carey took me to book of Mormon because he just wanted to watch me? Watch book. I don't have your bio. But I'm I'm if I get this, right. Are you from Idaho and moved to Utah? Good memory. Yes. That's right. Yeah. My family's in Idaho. They're still there. What town, it's a little town called Ashton, Idaho thousand people a little potato because. Because Idaho's one of the most beautiful states, it's gorgeous. A little town called Jewett Idaho. Templer.
"peter sellars" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Simple mind. All right. Let's do let's do one more here. All right. Here we go. This one is really, really good at the games. You wouldn't you like tiny for clue. Learning Rx training, beats me every time process master not initially. Yeah. Last one really easy. Who's this? Who says? Jackson. Could've just say, who is. One that accent or outside digital cats miss Jackson. If you lose it was three to one point five to one, right? Yeah. And Donny, I think that you could sing that simple minds song, karaoke. How we know about a range, but you have to songs, simple another one. I know the guy had really long bangs that he pushed out of his face. He had really long bangs. Moment, did you have a big code onto let me guess? For. I've seen pictures of case from the eighties that was era. He liked high heels and big overcoats. Yeah. I mean, he fit right in with almost cocky, big care. Peter Sellars for the duck. No idea what that means. Where's the trench cold? Okay. That's different. All right. Let's go, okay. Let's go. We're doing random thoughts. That because that's why she was delaying delay. Don't deny the paper. Begin the Colleen and Bradley show, I'm gonna give Colleen.
"peter sellars" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk
"It's different song refined. And then it's the song from the Rembrandts the friend song. Since we start size. So it's pretty fun. Sure. She's heard that song Warner's many times. So I thought it was pretty cool. Anchorman has good ones too. Oh, yeah. Yeah, they have a gag reel. Where they always again. Like all the things they say to each other when they're like when this credits are rolling. Yeah. There's a whole extra stuff. Oh, that's hilarious. And they break each other up with what they come up with gag reel. When it's appropriate moves, not always appropriate the end of Schindler's List. And what I think is it being there starring Peter sellers. There's a real amount. Yeah. And there's a Nagra because Peter Sellars, right? But it doesn't really fit the movie and Peter sellers. Like, he was not an Oscar for that movie. Again, real could be the difference between winning an Oscar and just being nominated Alan, you you didn't want to see that at the end of that movie. But so gag rose went appropriate are fantastic. We could probably have it pretty good Geiger on this show. Oh, wait, we're live. So you see everything somebody put one together I'm convinced Adam has I'm thoroughly convinced Adam has one that he giggles to sleep at night leggy giggles off lapses button off. I think I know them pretty well. I think Adam doesn't think about this. I think when the show day. Each other. Hey, man nice show. And then adamant about his evening. That guy's got a lot of interests. He's a he's a renaissance, man. And I hope he doesn't go to sleeping about movie talk. Next, the great questioner from Twitter is an all time favorite tenor Banerjee says when do you think we will see a trailer for it chapter to look in your direction miss witching hour, Haley out. Should we see one pretty soon? Right. You would think so I'm not going to lie. And pretend like I'm the biggest expert at win studios. Drop trailers. I think anyone kind of pretending to be an expert on that as half lying because it's really ran refer. We've had numerous people in this on their names show remains acted. But they always so sure that this hour that Joe is dropping in some I I don't know. What's the next? Big Warner Brothers. It'd be coming up. Maybe that. Movie to Suzanne or area, probably them. Yeah. Good fit. Definitely I would think by summer at the latest. That's the nice thing. They know they don't need to market this, right? Like. In. I don't know that it's exactly it's not not a Super Bowl trailer kind of movie, you know, it wouldn't shock me to see. And I'd be welcomed the opportunity to have my first chapter tutoring. The Super Bowl thing you could play into that audience. But I don't think you need to they need to spend that kind of money. People are going to line up to see this movie, you have that litmus test from the first one doing so, well, we won't see what happen to these kids as adults when see the flashbacks where the kids wanna see a creepy clown offering popcorn. Again, this trailer could drop the beginning of the summer. And I think that's totally fine with both myself and the studio I agree one of my writer friends little this is a group texture on last night said just designs for pennywise it too. Because apparently I have a crap ton of karma to burn off. He hates clowns. And so he's got because I got some friends who are connected in certain places, and he saw it, and he just like it's a blue his mind about what's going to happen..
"peter sellars" Discussed on TechtalkRadio
"We might even share it on the show. I gotta tell you though. I was read it is one source. I know Twitter sometimes you could find some good jokes services. We and some people don't know how to use Twitter, but you can get on there. And you'll you know, you're on your page, you go to the little search bar, and you put hashtag, and you could write jokes. Yeah. Hashtag jokes. And you'll you're going to get all kinds of things when you're looking for something like say, you're looking for a specific show. You like television show hashtag. I'm just gonna say it only because I watch it ninety on say. All right. So I know sorry, but you can hashtag that in the thing is you can actually have an experienced tweeting while you're watching the show seeing the comments, and it's almost like you're watching with an auditorium full of people that have comments they wanna make about that. So whatever you're looking for you. You wanna hashtag recipes you can find those as well just Pinterest is similar to that you can do searches for interest. And they do have some joke sections on Pinter's. But if you need a quick laugh, that's good. But I do want to recommend doing recommend that the Peter Sellars video I felt down the rabbit hole while I was doing that. And what that means that's term, if you get on YouTube where you get on any social media pedia when I fall. Fall down the rabbit hole on Wikipedia all the time. So you get online you go to search for one thing. And next thing. You know, you're watching, you know, five hours later, you're watching a video on baby hippopotamuses. Yeah. And that happens you start you start to research, like a cell phone technology, or whatever. And then ten videos later, you're starting to watch videos on like nuclear physics quantum physics. And you're like how did I get here your brain swelling the whole bit? But I I've watched started watching this thing about Peter Sellars. Then I was watching interviews. He gave and had no idea that the man was a mad, man. He was a madman. I mean, they got to the point Blake Edwards didn't interview. And it was was talking and they were saying that you know, he didn't have a personality that he could jump into that was his own. He was characters like all the time. And you see some of these interviews, and you could see what they're talking about that, really. He he couldn't center. So there was a guy, and I just found out about this. And I know last week we talked a lot about movies, but there's a guy that made a movie, and it was in the hired Peter Sellars for the movie, and the movie was never released because Peter wanted out of the film, so bad. So he's finally made a documentary about his experience. Now, the trailer for the film is online. It looks amazing because they're using real footage not actors like the Geoffrey Rush film, which was the life and death of Peter Sellars. But they're using. I mean, Peter sellers, Harry seek them the people that he worked with the directors. The crew the whole bit about this movie, and how terrible it was to try and make but the documentary looks super good it's called the it's called the ghost of Peter sellers. And hopefully it'll make its way to the film festivals. And we'll end up getting to see it on whether it'd be Hulu or Netflix or one of those services. Don't speaking of movies that we were just talking about last week. Week. They had the Golden Globes. I I didn't watch the Golden Globes. I really honestly, I really don't really care too much about award shows. However, I am very happy to know that the movie that I highly recommended a few episodes ago, the bohemian rhapsody, which is the story of Freddie, Mercury and Queen that won best picture drama, and and Remmy Malik who played, Freddie. Mercury one best actor in a drama. Just amazing. He did an amazing job. And honestly, I really hope now I mean, so I think like next week..
"peter sellars" Discussed on The Film Vault
"It's not one of those movies that I would like there's a lot of like old classics that I would recommend been kind to go fifteen year old. I don't think it goes down smooth. I mean all parts in it. It's it's not the easiest movie to sit back, and like, you know, taking it splendor, no challenging at times, but parts of brilliant. I'm I'm not a giant Hitchcock guy. Never happened. He's gonna plastic to me too, much sound stages and perfection. Yeah. Anyway, vertigo nineteen fifty eight north by northwest nineteen Fifty-nine f is number fifty five movie of all time, nineteen sixty psycho. Hey, if I were fourteen film all time. This is a remarkable run amazing. When your worst movie in your streak is the fifty fifth best movie, according to American Film Institute. Just argument again strong to those terms, but he's also. Sure, I'm glad you deemed him to be worthy of mentioning number one for me. Really, no shock here. This man only thirteen features in his eye repertoire should have been anymore. Brett Ratner should have been a whole lot more. He died in nineteen ninety nine age seventy. So he cannot be on my list for old old directors his his streak after Ryan stop it. History began with a little lead in nineteen sixty two which I it's hard to remind around just how much of a fuck you to society that was when he made that movie because it was the most reviled piece of literature. Everyone was talking about it and be like making a glorification of a Nambla. And he's like, you know, what I'm gonna do. I'm gonna make a bit of a comedy. And it'd be great movie Lolita before that was spark which kinda got him in the business Stanley Kubrick. Of course, he kind of disowned Spartacus what drove him out of Hollywood amount his own accord. So where does the street begin with you? If it wasn't for Spartak is in him removing himself Spartacus it with star with the killing but in Pasa glory, but you made me watch very good so good but kissed because he didn't it wasn't a Kubrick movie. It wasn't the killing Kubrick movie studio picture, it was a studio picture. Yeah. For sure. So this street begins what nineteen sixty two a little league followed up by sixty four is Dr Strangelove, our how our learned to stop worrying and love the bomb effort thousand one it's based on his he I mean, these are all lacking classing flocking movies. And then finally a little movie called a clockwork orange, which apparently I wack my cockatoo. And then and then his his streak came to screeching halt for me with a berry Linden, which I feel like it was. More of a practice foam for him. And it didn't have had some of the similar themes that he goes with but his protagonist which is always a little bit. Murky with Kubrick didn't do it for me. I was not a fan of of of O'Neal's character. And I think you have to be with that slow moving way too, many zoom in zooms outs. He was he was more interested in shooting with candlelight more than anything else that movie. So that's where it ended for me. Barry Lynn now. I got good friends of mine who you know, will swear up and down that's Kubrick's best work, and that's fair film. Greg my buddy on cinematics. It's his favorite Kubrick film, which pains me to hear very Linden. No, it's not it's not it's not my favorite movie by any. I I don't think it's my top thousand movies of all time. This is this is the big alluded to earlier about leaving off because I would hope to be on your list, I would have personally gone with strange love two thousand one o'clock Gorringe about the lead. I I it's it's have you seen Lloyd have seen. Yeah. It's funny. Shit too little bit too funny at times when Peter Sellars because he he's let Peter Sellars do whatever you want, and you can kinda tell they don't really fit in the movie that well, but. I accept it. Humbert Humbert for me Strangelove doesn't want clock wrongs titans of cinema repel of modern cinema. So there you go our number one for me. I have no idea. What's going to be a couple?.
"peter sellars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And director Peter Sellars dealing with key turning points in modern history. The first, and maybe still the most satisfying is Nixon in China, which is about a valuable accomplishment by dishonored, president the opening of communist China to the west. The second. And most controversial is the death of Klinghoffer which deals with the circumstances surrounding the notorious Palestinian terrorist attack on the Italian cruise ship, the acuity Lauro, which resulted in the death of a wheelchair-bound Jewish American tourist both of these had eloquent and pointed libretto by the poet, Alice Goodman. Dr Tomek contends with Robert Oppenheimer and the first atomic bomb tests at Los Alamos when Goodman dropped out sellers compiled a libretto using interviews memoirs declassified scientific reports and poems ranging from the bag of Gita to John, Dan, Charles Baudelaire and the mid century American poet Muriel rookie Iser. Sellers has constructed a dramatic and suspenseful scenario, but the flat conversational language of much of the dialogue is better served by the orchestral accompaniment than the actual vocal lines as in this passage between physicists, Robert.
"peter sellars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Man in a tweet. So. Seconds from the top of Big Ben to the ground. Not many people night. Peter Sellars at his impression of you. Yeah. He did. Yeah. A payday with with a friend of mine and the first time he the end today said not many people know that will pay that was one of those guys. Yeah. Plenty of money, and every light is thing that ever came out of polaroid camera overdose things. Peter was always a I want to have him. And he was the first one to have an answer machine on the phone and code him Monday. And he wasn't in. And he asks it in that voice. Peter Sellars is not mean, nobody people know that came before we say goodbye, one of the things you talk about in this book is that part of your process as an actor is just observing people. But I want to know as someone who's been watching people carefully for decades. Now, do you see something new and different in the way people act now or is it basically the same as it was decades ago? Oh, no. It's changed. Everybody's much more free. Now in the way, they do things. It. On the tube. I used to be on used to go on to become a con-going anymore and been on it for years, but I watched people on the tube. When I was young actor to see the gestures. About two years ago. They'd built a big railway station near where I live in London. And then they built a great big on on the same line one stop up. I built a great big shopping center. And I got on on the train to go to the shopping centre with my wife. I it was only one stop at about ten minutes and dead. And so I was watching the people and what I noticed too. How everyone was in charge of their own destiny. There was no service in mind about other people who was 'push who was middle class who was working class. Nobody gave a damn what you were. That's what is change. Nobody cares anymore. But whether you you'll do so yo that what they care about is what they're doing with their large, which is fantastic. Do you think things are getting better? Oh, I think it's wonderful. Michael caine? Thanks so much. Speaking to me today. I really appreciate it. Thank you, sir. That's a little music from ROY.
"peter sellars" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast
"Weight, your response. You could make the check out to first name withheld Alexander O'Brien. Last name withheld. Okay. Was improv Chattanooga. Who says, we should check out if we're ever in Tennessee pass. Why has. The only Tennessee Dan wants. The only Tennessee Dan likes is the song by arrested development. Dan, you're never gonna, be Tennessee just say, okay, just don't do it. Yeah, I have seen enough improv comedy or three. Lifetimes. I think at this point, let if Peter Sellars came back from the dead. Uh-huh. And was doing a show at UC be it's a level one show. He just started taking improv lessons. Yes, I would go to the late Peter Sellars an improv show at Tennessee the ball's in your court, get beater cell. Well, that sounds great. Good luck with the screenplay. Just keep checking your mailbox and the check will be there. Fun cashing that at the Bank and this last letters very fast. It's it's merely dear flopper who's your Huckleberry? Thanks doc last name withheld. I mean, it's doc Hollywood, right? Has to be. I'll tell you who my Huckleberry is YouTube guys. I have to Huckleberry 's Dannon Stewart. Okay, cool. Well, I can't say the same for you. Oh, sure. Yeah, I think it's weird that you sprung on me like this and we should've talked about it off the Air's home saying, I mean, we we could have ever told us the letters ahead of time, but. I, I'm sorry, I didn't tell you about the joke Huckleberry. One refers to I two one. Keep the spontaneity of the show in to preserve the laziness of picking the letters, write record. And I think he likes the rare moments of motion rawness that we just saw. Yeah. So in fact, you know what? Fuck you. Dan fucking. Varies anymore. I e Huckleberry in, you do well, this whole three electron ruining my Stewart. I just think you're moving too fast. Now I'm gonna go back to my original Huckleberry. Danny Glover. Oh, wow. Yeah, we're very close. We time together, stir pure look and Grand Canyon yet my favorite Danny Glover films. I ask them about all the time and I'll tell you what when it comes to having fun, he's not getting too old for that shit. That's that's good to hear. So let's go onto Mex and last segment of the show, what are we recommend? Movies, movies that you should spend your time on before you get around into weekends and leprechauns. Yeah, we're, we all have limited time on this earth. You know, don't make the same mistake. We did of wasting some cons. Yeah. Like when you when you are lying on your deathbed and you're like, I wish I had more time to spend watching weakens. I only wish that someone had made a sequel so I can spend time with that. We're just watching the first one again. You find new stuff into video artists. And my first installation is just gonna be tweet and leprechauns on a loop for twenty four hours. Oh, that's cool. Played off of a movie projector or. Yeah, sure. Okay, cool. Just projected on a on a bowl of children's tears. I, I've already got into the into this rebel with a lot of parents groups, a lot of police officers about making children cry so much that I can click. A whole bowl of their tears, but. You just keep running around shouting snake kills Dumbledore. Nonren- soul sadder than that. Movie recommendations. Should I start? Is that what's happening? Yeah, sure. I don't know. You offer us moan is the boss we covered..
"peter sellars" Discussed on Tony the Movie Guy
"But you know, you're interacting with us and it's fun because you know, when you put something on TV you're not sitting in someone's living room. So you don't know if it's working. You might be sitting with your friends watching it or crew or whatever. I mean, but eight of them, it's working onto litter. It's it's, it was so great. Last year we're doing global warming. I would literally watched the reactions like Nova dies. No, Noah didn't die. You guys didn't do that? No, I'm so angry and it's like it worked. Oh, no, I'm crying it was that that kind of thing, like. The main count? Yeah, it's just to be able to see people react and respond the way you want them to respond. And so you're, you're realizing you get to experience that because on TV you don't normally do in theaters, you can, but, but that kind of communal life thing in them them asking questions, it's just they, the fans made us the first movie. They did minimal marketing. They had, you know, it was a typical scifi channel movie. There wasn't anything special in there is necessarily about it. No, no offense to it. It's just it was. Here's a movie that's coming out on scifi you'd know, be such a huge head. Yeah. So we, I put out a music video and we put the asylum trailer out early and we just I created a Facebook page, which did a little grass roots and we thought, okay, you know it, it's going to do it as I knew once I saw the movie together like two weeks before it air to go. You know, there's probably the weirdest movie that size Hefford ties something and it might have been. It might be the greatest donor movie ever made. And maybe in five years, it will be a cult movie cut to five years, and it's was an. Instant cult movie, and we've now done six movies, Frank. So it was the fans made us, it's this is a rarity where people on Twitter found us. People in the audience found us and made us who we were. They elevated us so we owe them there. You know the, the markings been great sense that I mean sizes went all out since the second film. And even on this one, it just amazing that they do like a tent pole them. It's Super Bowl of sci-fi because people go and have vents for these things. They watch it. And so that that to me is like this movie because we knew there wasn't gonna be another one. There was no holding back. This is for the fans. And the thing that people always ask me is like, oh yeah, there's, yeah, it's a last, shark NATO really, but I want I always try to explain them. Look, I lived through to final Friday, the thirteenth movies. I get it. I get people are jaded, you know, there was a, you know, the final nightmare. Yeah, they had another one. It's like that always happens. But thing that I try to explain is that think about it this way we, we've done six. Movies and five years, and there's franchise look, Harry Potter that went on for decade, but they had different directors in some of the actors. You know, one of past, you know, and and so they replaced them in this and they do that. There's hasn't been director that's been from the beginning on six consecutive movies. Michael bay had transformers. Edwards did all the Pink Panther movies, except for one which is inspector clue, which also didn't have Peter Sellars but is considered canon. So I beat his record this, and but the other part of it is Michael bay didn't carry the story over with Shiloh buff. So this is a movie with the same two lead actors from shark NATO one to six plus Cassie of Nova who's been in four. And then a lot of the secondary characters. We didn't suddenly go, you know, now we're going to start a new story where he's a truck driver and he does this. It's this consistent storyline from the beginning with myself as as the constant as the director..
"peter sellars" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Only offers were New Orleans and Golden State. And one year five point, three million dollars. That's that's a show me deal. Yeah, we'll see. We'll see what he's able to show chat. Okay. Last one for me. Sasha baron Cohen? Yes. Has a new show out called who is America? The lot of people are talking about. I have not seen it view. It's awful. Okay. That's why it's a lot of people are talking about it. They don't know what to make of it. It's terrible. Anyway, I have a list of ten facts about Sasha baron Cohen, Greg, you can play Jay. You can play mesas in. I actually don't have ten. I've got one, two, three, four, five, six, okay. You guys just tell me true or false about Sasha, baron Cohen. I number one, he started his career as a male model, Greg, Sasha baron Cohen started his career as a male model, true or false shirt. True, Jay, that's true Mace. I'll say true. You guys are all correct. He started. You don't think is like a great looking guy start is okay. He idolizes Jerry Lewis, the lake comedian, Jerry Lewis j. Yeah, let's go. True. Okay, Steve seems true. Great. I think it seems true. So it's false. Greg Bergman is not idle. Is it. Peter Sellars the inspectors. All right. So Greg's the only one with the chance to win the table. Remarkably, even.
"peter sellars" Discussed on See Something Say Something
"Things that happened was i was a big fan of peter sellars as a kid and he played an indian in the party he was inspector clue so don't try to be finished with me is your minke jin midnight i just loved accents i thought they were fun at a certain point though you realize you look at your career and you go wow the parts that i'm known for all the accented parts and i'm lesser known for just my own voice now done several parts with that would just my own voice and i you you know having watched the big sick right having watched that it kind of made me realize now camille has a natural accent that's how he talks but but i like the story line was just so kind of like this is an ordinary life i don't need anything wacky out you know just his life right right so you realize you go out if you just do life i think appreciate that so i'm ready to do more of that in my work you know it's interesting to me because as a consumer of of comedy and as a as a twitter user and all this there are like a lot of conflicting thoughts about this i think about like hari kondabolu has has piece sometimes people also ask me how can you do impressions of your parents you don't use an accent and the answer to that question of course is fuck you that's why i don't use that parents are immigrants laxism sure they have it hard enough he doesn't want people like laugh at his dad but i feel like you take a slightly different point of view and your stand up that is your own voice and you do actually do accents absolutely and i and i again like hari i respect him for doing that that movie about abu and and taking that position you know i feel again coming from an actor's background when i was first doing you know taking acting classes a lot of stuff that we were taught when you act something out if you're acting at a relative act out that relative so i came from that world and i was actually i always really admired people whether it was a guy doing his southern mom or someone who in their jewish mother or their right father from wherever like i i actually enjoyed that accent so i continue to like there are parts of honest with you as much as i want to go natural voice there are times when i've had friends you know get in touch and go hey this is a part of a guy who came from iran and i look i look at the the content and i go okay this is a guy came from wrong is a businessman who bubble blah it's not about the accent it's about it's about who the guy is and what the guy was getting actually superior doughnuts that the one where i played the iraqi immigrant what what i would try to do and i think the writers took to this was i said guys jobs can't all be about iraq this iraq that he's gotta be he's got he's got other levels he's got have other things he knows and understands the walls are supposed to keep the good ones like me in not out i should have voted for the woman whenever the show with air i would see on twitter a lot of people go like oh my god i love this character i love this character and in my mind i'm thinking to myself this is people in america not thinking about this guy's background and not you know just liking the character so it's almost like a subconscious subliminal way of getting in a character that they don't even think about his background they're just this guy makes them laugh i think par partially like.
"peter sellars" Discussed on The 45th
"The rest of the world like you mentioned stukeley is moving away iran deal for example it could have caved they didn't they said we're gonna stick with climate change that could've moved away they didn't they stuck with it and now that you seven they could've moved away but guess what they start with it and it's also an opportunity for people like macron trudeau merckel and others to step in and assert the leadership that they desperately wish that united states would show but it isn't and so i understand your cynicism but i also think not have too much faith in donald trump he'd literally is that much more so if he's exceeds it won't be because he meant to cause it just happens basically you ever see that movie being there is a brilliant movie to be starting peter sellars as chauncey the gardner chauncey the garner is like this complete moron who just ambles his way through life and early ambles has to the presidency of the united states of america now it's a brilliant movie but unlike unlike trump he's a simpleton is a sweetheart is decent man trump is like cianci but malevolent and oregon and bloated and egotistical but you know this gives the point then maybe he'll just just chauncey his weight to somehow denuclearizing north korea i don't think it's going to ask you just to wrap up time g seven because the rest of stories this it's a responsive gop leadership which has been utter silence except for senator mccain who tweeted out to our allies bipartisan majorities americans remain pro free trade pro globalization support of alliances based on seventy years of shared values americans stand with you even if our president doesn't from everybody else crickets and then trump's own little lackeys are all over the media saying crap like this metro navarro is that really how we want to deal with our second biggest trading partner.
"peter sellars" Discussed on Movie Crush
"My favorite murder they're going to be on to talk about silence of the lambs nice as a my favorite murder special episode and it's going to be just off the hook it's going to be so great so look for to that benjamin johnston says frailty from two thousand one i agree dude criminally under seen great movie that's mcconnell hey right yeah mocatta had a role bill paxton directed it may have written it and start the late great bill pack my heart psychological thriller it is the way he tells the story really really good movie agreed timothy scholz breaking away wonderful them nineteen seventynine films entirely in bloomington indiana very american film simple but powerfully authentic agreed to about well it's coming of age movie but senator around at bike racing team really good film rich dudley murder by death a bunch of people said murder by death from nineteen seventy six peter sellars peter sellars it's neil simon film alec guinness peter falk maggie smith eileen brennan james cromwell truman capote murder by death believe it's agatha christie thing it's like one of those drawing room like the turn off the lights and someone's dead kind of like clue always wanted to write one of those actually reynolds says obvious child haven't seen this yet actually i know the movie of which you speak from a few years ago believe jenny slate stars credible movie about the strength of women and female friendship actually that is on my list for sure heard it's great aaron burke says inc a nearperfect indie movie with a beautiful message no one has heard of it and everyone i show it to loves it powerful great soundtrack in visually striking and here's the log line a mysterious creature known as inc steals child soul in hopes of using it as a bargaining chip to join the cuba the group of supernatural beings responsible for creating nightmares and bunch of people commented on is so inc.
"peter sellars" Discussed on Chapo Trap House
"Diane rbis 'cause i just got done with the photo shoot of a bunch of harry freaks that's right folks charlie going to chocolate factory 'cause i just took his tour of from goddamn treats snacks am i we because i just witnessed crime scenes being photographed that's very very funny and what you're doing today people have a high q we'll get that joke all i want everyone of them to me after this mets jokes about like poke monto snap today what is going on we she was a nineteen thirties crime scene photographer new york city oh course dude yeah i got he's also known as the guy peter sellars sold the doctor strange voice from really he was the inspiration for jude law's character in road to perdition that classic erica you character you don't love one of the finest actors of our generation tell you about jud loss or so yeah it's it's a riff with the boys day yeah chop just been a really light hearted week so we're gonna give you light artery a lot of fun things have happened the world honestly look okay so we did photo shoot today it was an unreasonably early our for me i'm not saying like for the world but for me i physically excruciating pain it was eleven am to wake up at nine sort of stayed up i couldn't get to sleep we had a guest lined up to talk about gaza but she couldn't do the photo shoot push back room mid week but in in in its stead in stead of the serious episode today like i just physically excruciating pain i should get a purple heart for what i'm going to right now brazil mention the book moore's we will be for the first time ever doing chapa world premiere reading of a sample from the book for the first time ever but also book related sitting in with us this week longtime friend short time trader brennan james hey everybody.
"peter sellars" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Peter sellers is just really great character and act in that and that movie and the and where stand up in the war room out of the out of his wheelchair screams mind i can walk images and who the device go on and off all the nukes firing but that's a great movie great i'm doing thanks i still the pink panther with uh inspector clue so i remember that we are kids said that we were subjecting them to watching the pink panther and then it became one of their favorite movies just if we ever hear a dog barking like my daughter immediately say does you'll dog bite sure but thought you said you talk does not like that is not my dog yes i loved that he hired his assisting kedo and told them to attack whenever you came off from anywhere qaiser all you'd have to walk into his house and be attacked by existed and then he was ordered to do that great series so so in the movie being there with peter sellars was remarkable abe is he was very very understated in his roles he was great peter in virginia hipeet when you have for me atp are you doing good sir what do you have um coming up i think uh the typical feelgood movie uh wonderful life okay it's in is good ending one of belie but it's a it's a hollywood ending like we were looking thank you for the phone call we were looking for movie endings that weren't your typical movie endings yes he maybe it was a little hollywood when that angel came the just showed him what is fake life would look like in monterey marios addi owls a great movie though it is a love it jimmy stewart i i still i cringe every time i think about this story jimmy stewart was on roy firestone show up close real and think of his upclose yes and roy was a great interviewer and he's got jimmy stewart on there and he says to jimmy stewart in his latter years you knew who had disagreed impersonation of you dan patrick now jimmy stewart is.
"peter sellars" Discussed on Katie Couric
"You know the marx brothers to peter sellars and then to python and kids in the hall in early us and now those it'd be like the people and then as far as a mentor i don't know that i have an active mentor in the comedy world where do you watch these days matt is there anything that your loving whatever you know what i i cope uh i saw the keeper's which is a dark documentary wrote some priests who probably murdered this none in the seventies in maryland that was a the as thing i washed away then i know i tend to watched more dramatic stuff an audience are very dark depressive people right well i don't wanna watch comedy necessarily and then uh we have three kids wind up watching a lotta younger movies whenever we saw we took him to see wonderwoman the other day that was a blast they did well yeah uh tv wise i actually did house of cards again uh some up to date on that in uh over the killing i just went back to that my house he that one yang heightened by love has you see that one kate i watch summit that yes yes pretty great you know what but i just started watching a a handmaid's tale and it is uh it is so disturbing and i've watched it before i went to bed i don't think that's a good idea i think a light daughter told me she thought it was amazing so i started watching it and it's very disturbed me and i mean that word was really made for that that book and now that series you know it's very very scary yard for the you know the other series that kind of like veep seems like a parody but probably isn't that i love is silicon valley also each bureau followed an amazing show am i lived up there for seven years yeah i will just tell people it is very much truetolife it is not an exaggeration in the least if anything the underplay things well this has been around the dial with katie mad a final orion on our list way through what's less elbow abroad what's on your ipod remember that was a big caused reliance on your shuffle yet anyway what's the best advice you've ever heard.