In this preview Andrew, Ryan, and Steven discuss the ultimate culmination of months of 007 Double Headers. That's right, it is time to settle who the best Bond actor really is so let's get ready to rumble as Andrew and Ryan take the gloves off while Steven cheers every punch! Can Sean Connery win out over Daniel Craig? Was Pierce Brosnan better than Roger Moore? Would Timothy Dalton throttle George Lazenby in a head to head?!That's right, we dropped a preview of this episode on the main feed and if you like what you hear and need to know how we ranked every Bond actor then just $1/month at https://www.patreon.com/SpoilersIntendedPodcast gets you access to this bonus episode and all of our other bonus episodes!
After once again promising we'd get to our next movie recap featuring a Bond actor in another role ages ago, we are FINALLY back to continue our series as we move back into George Lazenby territory and looking at his first film post Bond in the…uh…interesting movie that is Universal Soldier from 1971. Do we get anything that is happening in this movie? Is this movie basically a biopic of George Lazenby in the 70s? Why do we think George Lazenby looks hot with this long hair and moustache? Are we glad there is a hovercraft in this film and are we getting close to bingo? How excited are we to discover the Joe Palooka franchise and when will we be covering it? Does this movie have any sense of a plot at all? Do we want to smoke some wacky tobacky to maybe understand this? And what do we think about fingers up the butt? It's a wild ride that might be an interesting one that you will never forget, so get to listening and get yourself ready for a strange one! ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
This week on S&A Lindsay is joined by Podcaster Preston Mitchell as they look at one of their favourite character actors Daniel Craig. In a Double of Martin Campbell's Casino Royale (2006) & Rian Johnson's Glass Onion (2022). Daniel Craig is one of those actors who can go from smooth series to Kentucky Goofy. But he always looks good in the suit. Listen to Schlock & Awe on your favourite Podcast App
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The Rogue Agents return! Starring Jarrod Alberich - Jason Alberich - Delvin Williams - Pat Sampson - & Alan J. Porter. This episode: There may be NO TIME TO DIE, but Delvin has decided there is time for the team to review the end of the Daniel Craig era. Wanna be part of the show? EMail us your questions or comments - feel free to email us an audio file - to: OHMSPOD@outlook.com If you like our style AND you like comic books, check out the fellas on their other channel: The Longbox Crusade at www.LongboxCrusade.com Be a part of the White Rocket Entertainment family by becoming a patron of the shows-we thank you by name on every episode: https://www.patreon.com/vanallenplexico Brought to you by White Rocket Entertainment and by Audible.com. Find links to everything we do at www.plexico.net
Spoiler free until 00:01:39!In this episode Andrew, Ryan, and Steven review Daniel Craig's two best Bond films, per IMDB. That means we're reviewing Casino Royale and Skyfall for the 5th and final installment in our 007 Double Header series. Is Casino Royale the best Bond debut? Was the change from baccarat to poker a good call? Is Vesper one of the best Bond girls ever? Was the plan in Skyfall too perfect? Could the final shoot out be any better? How many stunts did Daniel Craig actually do in the film? What action sequence was our favorite? Just how many Bond facts can we fit into this final 007 Double Header? We answer all these questions and more in this episode!00:00:00 Intro00:00:55 007 Double Header Format00:03:04 Casino Royale00:29:06 Intermission00:31:45 Skyfall01:08:10 OutroWebsite: https://www.spoilersintendedpodcast.com/Patreon : patreon.com/SpoilersIntendedPodcastDiscord : https://discord.gg/kGRAmjbqcF
What does cake tell us about now? This week, Jess, Aaron, and Joey talk about Cake Boss, Duff Goldman, Instagram cakes, Julia Child, wedding cakes, and enlightenment. They don't talk about Daniel Craig. references Claire Saffitz on Instagram about the Cake Renaissance Saveur: How to Make Those Fabulously Unhinged Cakes You Saw on Instagram Corrections Department: "Cake Boss" Buddy Valastro's Carlo's Bakery in ... Hoboken "The Other Dude" Duff Goldman's Charm City Cakes in Baltimore Netflix: Is It Cake? Japanese game show Candy or Not Candy The New York Times: Let Them Eat Wacky, Whimsical Cake The New York Times Style Magazine: The Latest Trend in Baking? Making a Mess The 7 charatceristics of the Renaissance Molecular gastronomy
The latest in entertainment news this week. Keith and Jordan discuss the recent departure of Daniel Craig currently known as James Bond. He has decided to retire from the role rejecting $100 million dollars to do two more James Bond Films! Who will be the next James Bond? Will it be Idris Elba, Tom Hardy or Tom Hiddleston? If you enjoyed this episode, follow us and subscribe to the show: you can find us on iTunes or on any app that carries podcasts as well as on YouTube. Please remember to subscribe and give us a nice review. That way you will always be among the first to get the latest GSMC Entertainment Podcasts. We would like to thank our Sponsor: GSMC Podcast Network Advertise with US: https://gsmcpodcast.com/advertise-with-us Website: https://gsmcpodcast.com/gsmc-entertainment-podcas Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/gsmc-entertainment- podcast/id1116858310 GSMC YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q49DE7J- lA4&list=PLF8Qial15ufrJ7-vujY_3aTCpxXxY1Q3A"list=PLF8Qial15ufrJ7-vujY_3aTCpxXxY1Q3A Twitter: https://twitter.com/GSMC_Entrtainmt Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Golden-State-Media-Concepts-Entertainment-Podcast- 193287514391274/
Welcome to Dev Game Club, where this week we continue our series on GoldenEye 007. We talk about the shelf-level event, running towards the end, and some wonky controller stuff. Dev Game Club looks at classic video games and plays through them over several episodes, providing commentary. Sections played: Finished the SP game! Issues covered: Moneypenny presentation, illness, leveraging the Switch N64 save states, the scene on the train, using the laser watch, not how trains work, lack of lock-on, camera assist, twenty brackets, getting a head start on the puzzle, the feel of the train, designing for your strengths rather than throwing in something new, the pains of playing retro games, the maximum throw vs the minimum throw, overcorrection due to overacceleration, autoleveling, tuning the sticks before hitting the emulator level, the three Cs -- character/camera/controls, typical Nintendo re-releases vs emulation, leaning into the fantasy fulfillment of being Bond, the diagetic interface of the watch, the health/shields in full-screen and reflecting the watch, being in your face about critical information, levels becoming more linear at the very end, affordances for the game, a survey of the last few levels, trying to reflect the movie, secret agent levels you want to be in, the final setting and a good pay-off, the real dish, scaling the difficulty with objectives, relying on QA, the fantasy satisfaction of relentlessly heading towards the end, not crediting the face scans, evolving crediting standards, playing multiplayer, Tim the spirit animal, the Big Wheel, trying to focus on the thing that's new, taking my retirement in stages, Tim and his dang bandit knife, earning every mile, asymmetrical multiplayer, difficulty and objectives, mutators and other means of changing difficulty, multiplayer customization, arcade transition. Games, people, and influences mentioned or discussed: Daniel Craig, Naomie Harris (apologies to Thandiwe Newton and Ms Harris), Uncharted, Dead Space, Wolfenstein: The New Order, Okami, Dwarf Fortress, LucasArts, Ocarina of Time, Super Mario 64, GameCube, Half-Life, Valve, Deus Ex (series), Halo, Republic Commando, Jedi Knight, Fallout 3, Matt Tateishi, Adventure, Colin "The Shots" Tougas, Shenmue, Dreamcast, Indiana Jones, UbiSoft, Dark Cloud 2, Travis McGee, Dark Souls, Death Stranding, Bounty Hunter, Outlaws, Jeffrey Sondin-King (Pinecone), Troy, Crystal Dynamics, Celeste, System Shock 2, Silent Scope, Dino Crisis, Kingdom Hearts, Kirk Hamilton, Aaron Evers, Mark Garcia. Next time: GoldenEye MP Twitch: brettdouville or timlongojr, instagram:timlongojr, Twitter: @timlongojr and @devgameclub Discord invite DevGameClub@gmail.com
This week G-Baby and the Usual Suspect Steve welcome back special guest Staring Jon, whose piercing gaze has been known to make grown men weep and porpoises wax themselves in fear. This unholy trifecta has united once again for our continuation of the Daniel Craig era Bond retrospective, this time examining the third entry Skyfall from 2012, a film that's akin to a finely crafted martini: it's sleek, it's sophisticated, and it packs one hell of a punch. Join us as we discuss how this Bond's psychological depth and emotional complexity sets it apart from the rest, take a quick Prometheus / Noomi "We Were So Wrong" Rapace detour and finish off with a bad review that almost ejecto seato cuz's G-Baby out of his seat. Tip up your cup, throw your hands up and get ready to wax poetic - who knows, maybe Staring Jon will even grace us with a glance... if we're lucky. Let's wax this clandestine porpoise. https://linktr.ee/waxtheporpoise #danielcraig #film #007 #bond #skyfall #sammendes #javierbardem #waxit Huge thanks again to Staring Jon for joining us and be sure to check out his Twitch stream for all your old school NES goodness and cheat coadz. https://www.twitch.tv/Kinetic_Onslot https://twitter.com/Kinetic_Onslot https://www.instagram.com/kinetic_onslot/ Follow us on Twitter & instagram and leave us a rating/review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen, let us know how we're doing and thank you!
The world waited patiently to see how they could follow up from Casino Royale….. and this is what we got. We are back in the Daniel Craig era this week to discuss his second outing as Bond. Join Andrew, Blane, and Corey as we discuss how NOT to dispose of your friend's corpse, why too many cuts can ruin your film, and for god sakes let Vesper Lynd go! At the end of the episode, we will offer our Awards & Judgments to see where this movie lands in James Bond History! Judgment Podcast LinkTree Judgment Email Music by brolefilmer from Pixabay
While Nick is away, Adam and Nico dissect the notorious, non-canonical James Bond movie Casino Royale. No, not that one! Long before Daniel Craig, producer Charles Feldman bought up the film rights to Ian Fleming's original 007 novel. And what began as a straight adaptation became an unwieldy parody directed by five(!) people and starring seven(!!) Bonds. The fellas try to parse through the confusing plot and even more puzzling behind-the-scenes drama, involving Orson Welles, Woody Allen, Peter Sellers, David Niven and practically any other British person alive in the 1960s. Consider the pod both shaken and stirred. Chat with the TMT Community on Discord! For More TMT Shenanigans: toomanythoughtsmedia.com Twitter: @TMT_Media, @tackyslacks, @NicoDeGregorio, @someadamhall E-mail: email@example.com Subscribe and Rate on Apple Podcasts!
While Nick is away, Adam and Nico dissect the notorious, non-canonical James Bond movie Casino Royale. No, not that one! Long before Daniel Craig, producer… The post Casino Royale (1967) appeared first on Too Many Thoughts.
We bring the 2nd Unit back to dip our toes into Development Hell once again...kind of! As a pseudo-sequel of our Superman Lives episodes, we dig into the history of what was supposed to be Justice League: Mortal, the short-lived but fascinating first attempt at the superhero team-up. Directed by George Miller, written by Kieran and Michelle Mulroney, and starring a surprisingly young cast including Armie Hammer, Common, and Jay Baruchel, this goofy comic-book-accurate project met insurmountable obstacles on the way to production. We break down the full cast and story of this project (thanks in large part to cast interviews, articles from Collider, and the great work of the Canceled Movie Report podcast), go over a brief history of the Justice League, and explore the biggest reasons for this film's collapse: the Australian government and the 2007-2008 Writers' Guild of America strike. We marvel at the gambit of casting such young actors for such iconic adult roles, give a brief lesson on rabies symptoms, hypothesize future advancements in villainous tracking technology, have a fun discussion on currency conversion rates and tax credits, subject you to some truly awful Batman voices, remind you that Jack is still trying to track down a VHS copy of Nukie to torture Joe with, bring awareness to the pitfalls of bad acronyms/initialisms, Jack plugs his latest creative project, and we ask a question we've been wondering for some time: do the members of the Justice League all share a tailor? Suit up, settle into the Brother Eye console, and enjoy the show. CW: Brief mention of Armie Hammer's sexual misconduct allegations, terrible Batman voices Podcast Plugged In This Episode: The Geeky Dad Podcast (@geekydadpodcast and @RaphaelMoran on Twitter) Things Mentioned In This Episode: Paul Dini, Grant Morrison, Elongated Man, Booster Gold, Blue Beetle, Guy Gardiner, Superman Lives, Superman Returns, Brandon Routh, Kevin Spacey, Christopher Reeve, Bryan Singer, Clerks 2, Batman Begins, Christopher Nolan, Christian Bale, Joel Schumacher, The Dark Knight, Batman Versus Superman, JJ Abrams, MCU, Iron Man, Hulk, David Goyer, Kieran Mulroney, Michelle Mulroney, Mr. And Mrs. Smith, Jason Reitman, Thank You For Smoking, Aaron Eckhardt, Juno, Ghostbusters: Afterlife, George Miller, Mad Max, Mad Max: Fury Road, Happy Feet, Elijah Wood, Robin Williams, Brittany Murphy, Hugh Jackman, Nicole Kidman, Fat Joe, Steve Irwin, The Crocodile Hunter, Barry Osbourne, Merit Allen, Weta Workshop, Peter Jackson, Canceled Movie Report Podcast, Snyderverse, Wonder Woman 1984, Gal Godot, HappySadConfused Podcast, Joseph Cross, Strangers With Candy, Running With Scissors, Michael Angarano, Almost Famous, Sky High, Max Thieriot, The Pacifier, Nancy Drew, Minka Kelly, The Pumpkin Karver, The Kingdom, Adrianne Palicki, Friday Night Lights, Scott Porter, Music and Lyrics, Jessica Biel, 7th Heaven, The Illusionist, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Death Proof, Live Free or Die Hard, DJ Cotrona, Venom (2005), Windfall, Armie Hammer, Flicka, Arrested Development, Veronica Mars, Desperate Housewives, Megan Gale, Stealth, Teresa Palmer, The Grudge 2, December Boys, Talia al Ghul, Common, Smokin' Aces, Jon Stewart, Green Lantern, Adam Brody, The OC, In The Land of Women, Barry Allen, The Flash, Anton Yelchin, Charlie Bartlett, Wally West, Kid Flash, Santiago Cabrerra, Love & Other Disasters, Heroes, Aquaman, Hugh Keays-Byrne, Martian Manhunter, Jay Baruchel, Undeclared, Knocked Up, Maxwell Lord, Seth Rogen, Zoe Kazan, Stephen Tobolowsky, Mark Waid, OMAC, Starro, WGA, AMPTP, DGA, SAG, IATSE, Redbox, Netflix, Wolverine, Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace, Daniel Craig, Babe: Pig In The City, Man of Steel, Dragonball Z, Pedro Pascal, Nick Cage, The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent, Goon, Seann William Scott, Jamie Lee Curtis, 3000 Years of Longing, Jessica Alba, Fantastic Four, Shazam!, George Clooney, Alicia Silverstone, Ahmed Best, Jake Lloyd --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/derazzled/support
This episode is all about the number 2! Not just sequels, we've got games about duality, games with two characters, games without Daniel Craig, games with gun toting American presidents, games with gods, games with jury tampering, and of course, games with adorable lil octopuses and a whole lot more! Double your pleasure with this crazy show! Join us in Discord and at GameThatTune.club! Check out our Patreon page! Patreon.com/GameThatTune is the home for exclusive content! We've got GTT GEMS, MIXTAPES, all new MOVIE COMMENTARIES and more stuff in the works, so check out the page and consider supporting the show as we attempt to grow and create more great stuff! Special thanks to our ABSURD FAN tier Patreon producers: Lance Riviere, Damian Beckles, Bradford Stephens, Daniel Perkey, Taylor Y, Sam L, PhoenixTear2121, BeastPond and TheKerrigan! Check out our 24/7 VGM stream for a radio station featuring games we've used on the show! We've loaded up over 1,000 soundtracks in our stream and have more coming all the time! New episodes of Game That Tune record LIVE on Wednesdays at 9 PM EST on numerous platforms: YouTube Twitch Facebook The show takes podcast form and becomes available for download Tuesday mornings! Find it on Apple Podcasts or GameThatTune.com and enjoy! We always want to hear from you, especially if you have a request! Email us at GameThatTune@gmail.com, find us on Facebook or on our new social media platform GameThatTune.Club
Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
The 1988 cult-favorite film Dead Ringers left quite an impression on actress Rachel Weisz when she was a teenager – so much so that she is now starring in an updated, and no less riveting, version of the psychological thriller. In this week's Sunday Sitdown, Willie gets together with the Academy Award winner to talk about playing identical twins in the new television series, the moment she won her Oscar, and the possibility of working on-screen with her husband, Daniel Craig.
OO7, licensed to kill, with a thirst for shaken Martinis and an apparent allergy to condoms. Created by Sir Ian Fleming, International Super Spy James Bond originally existed only in print, until his big screen debut in 1962's Dr. No. Since that time its been a constant stream of beautiful woman, exotic locations, Megalomaniac Villains, Deadly Henchmen, crazy gadgets, and some of the coolest cars ever made. Join us as we talk about what Bond has meant to us, the good, the bad, and the insanely ridiculous.
Welcome to Dev Game Club, where this week we begin a new series on 1997's Rare classic, GoldenEye 007. We set the game in its time before getting down to brass tacks, including comparing the experience to the film. Dev Game Club looks at classic video games and plays through them over several episodes, providing commentary. Sections played: First full mission (three levels) Issues covered: the license, a bit about the film and the film series, 1997 in games, the flourishing of the first person shooter, late in a console cycle, disparity between PC FPSes and console FPSes, Rare with a lot of games and a lot of further game studios, missing the original controller, remapping shenanigans, threading the needle on a film adaptation, filling in gaps in the license, choosing your exciting set piece, wide level design, the triple cut, Hong Kong cinema, cinematic choices, contrasting with later cinematic games, how many mechanics will you incorporate, chasing this game, choosing different presentation, showing death the character death, an era of accessibility needs recognition, at last listening to our hate mail. Games, people, and influences mentioned or discussed: Nintendo, Fatal Frame, PlayStation, Pierce Brosnan, Nintendo 64, Sean Bean, Famke Janssen, Alan Cumming, Judi Dench, Desmond Llewelyn, Ralph Fiennes, Daniel Craig, Skyfall, Diablo, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, Fallout, Quake, SW: Jedi Knight: DF2, Blood, Outlaws, Turok, Shadow Warrior, Hexen II, Raven Software, 3D Realms, GT Interactive, Duke Nuke'em, Postal, Curse of Monkey Island, Age of Empires, The Last Express, Final Fantasy VII, Colony Wars, Wing Commander: Prophecy, Riven, MYST, XvT, Interstate '76, Mario Kart 64, OddWorld, Grand Theft Auto, Gran Turismo, Diddy Kong Racing, The Stamp brothers, NES, Slalom, Wizards and Warriors, Battletoads, Killer Instinct, Perfect Dark, Microsoft, Viva Pinata, Banjo Kazooie (series), Donkey Kong Country, Silicon Graphics, Timesplitters, Free Radical, John Romero, Majora's Mask, Minish Cap, Metroid Fusion, The Fugitive, Harrison Ford, Mission: Impossible, John Woo, Hard Target, Broken Arrow, Face Off, Metal Gear Solid, Conker's Bad Fur Day, Alpha Protocol, Telltale Games, IO Interactive, Machine Games, Colin "The Shots," Devil May Cry, Dark Souls, Celeste, Luke Harris, Tetris 64, Starfighter/JSF, 343 Industries, Kingdom Hearts (series), Republic Commando, Kirk Hamilton, Aaron Evers, Mark Garcia. Next time: More GoldenEye 007 Twitch: brettdouville or timlongojr, instagram:timlongojr, Twitter: @timlongojr and @devgameclub DevGameClub@gmail.com
Preston and Daniel are joined by Everyone's A Reel Critic's Jon Wolf to select the best cast for the next Knives Out sequel. Whose star studded ensemble would you most like to see with Daniel Craig's Benoit Blanc? Our drafters were working from the selection of actors on this Buzzfeed quiz: https://www.buzzfeed.com/noradominick/knives-out-3-dream-cast-poll VOTE for this week's winner: https://forms.gle/DDJThZnRkhKEpnE86 Buy Drafted merch! https://drafted-podcast.creator-spring.com/ Support Drafted on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/draftedpod Join the Drafted Discord: https://discord.gg/cRwUJmQpXq https://linktr.ee/draftedpod
Well somehow miracles keep happening and Ben keeps reading books as we return once again for our latest instalment of BEN READS THE FLEMING NOVELS as Ben gets into the next 3 Bond books of Goldfinger, Thunderball and The Spy Who Loved Me. Do we expect Ben to love all these novels because they are the ones that aren't really loved? Are we most afraid to hear Ben's opinions on The Spy Who Loved Me? Why are these books so hard to read when the movies themselves are very iconic? Why are scripts being made about Shrek and Roger Moore? Why are there so many lesbians under the sea? Is this episode sponsored by Audible? And what does Black Hole Sun have to do with anything? Listen and entertain yourself once more on another epic episode of your favourite James Bond podcast! ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
How long has it been since an original screenplay was written and then put into production? After Knives Out, we'd have to say that it doesn't happen often enough. This movie was a breath of fresh air in a world full of Comic Book movies and sequels. The original character of Benoit Blanc, as played by Daniel Craig, is extremely entertaining. We loved it and we hope that you'll enjoy hearing our review of this movie. Don't forget to like, share, and comment on the podcast, we think it helps.
Everyone has a past. Every legend has a beginning. Discover how James...became Bond. This week we are reviewing the movie “Casino Royale” starring Daniel Craig, Eva Green, Mads Mikkelsen and directed by Martin Campbell. WARNING: There will be SPOILERS!
Ken Rea's Outstanding Actor Masterclass About Ken: Professor Ken Rea is a theatre director, internationally acclaimed acting teacher, and author of the bestselling book, The Outstanding Actor, Seven Keys to Success Starting out in New Zealand, he worked with the country's leading theatres and in television drama. In 1973 he formed the Living Theatre Troupe, one of New Zealand's most important experimental companies. He went on to study theatre in China, Japan, and India, then moved to Europe, where he studied with leading European teachers. As Professor of Theatre at the renowned Guildhall School of Music & Drama, Ken has trained some of Britain's top actors and film stars, including EWAN MCGREGOR, LILY JAMES, JOSEPH FIENNES, DOMINIC WEST, JODIE WHITTAKER, DAMIAN LEWIS, HAYLEY ATWELL, RHYS IFANS, MICHELLE DOCKERY, FREDDIE FOX, SIMON RUSSELL BEALE, ORLANDO BLOOM, PAAPA ESSIEDU, and DANIEL CRAIG. Ken is in regular demand internationally and has previously taught at the national drama academies of China, India, New Zealand, and Italy, and he has given courses in the UK, Canada, Indonesia, Germany, USA, and Singapore. As a journalist, he has been a regular feature writer for The Times and was for 15 years a theatre critic for The Guardian. As a public speaker, Ken has given many large-scale presentations in the worlds of business and the arts. He also trains top executives throughout Europe in presentation skills and personal impact. He is about to launch his major online course: Ken Rea Teaches Acting. How do I get better work? And it's a really interesting question so you don't feel stuck in your career. Ask yourself what would that next level look like for you. Let's think about the acting itself. What would that look like? And so that immediately gives you a target. I want to be like this. So you know where you're going. So the next question to ask yourself is, where do you feel you are now? Which then shows you the gap between now where you are and there where you want to be. Then the next question you could ask yourself is, what would you like to have more of in your work? You know, for example, would you like to have more personality in your acting, more sense of danger in your acting, more gravitas, more presence, more charisma, more twinkle in the eye, more playfulness? And that immediately is going to take you out of your comfort zone. Progress happens not inside that comfort zone, but just outside it. That's the life of an actor, to be comfortable being uncomfortable. And that's your life as an actor, constantly taking risks, working outside that comfort zone. How can you be out of your comfort zone and still enjoy that, you know, and love performing? If you want to be more playful, more twinkle in the eye, more dangerous, what is stopping you from bringing that into the work that's stopping you from being out of your comfort zone? And what can you do about that? It takes a certain amount of comfortability in being yourself to know that you can go emotionally to a specific place and also know and play there, and it is out of your comfort zone and in a danger zone and in a scary zone, a risk zone, as you put it, but also always knowing that you have that anchor in yourself that you are able to handle it. Am I going to be good enough? Will I be found out? And I think as you get older, you make it about them, not about you. I find what works for me is, is to get the right mindset. It's about them, the energy going outward and forward with the focus on them, on what I can bring to them. Prepare meticulously. Outstanding Actor So I think the preparation is important and the mindset. You know, you can coach yourself a lot these days just by trying things out on your laptop, on your phone, recording, and playing it back. Start to experiment with things. Be very specific in your choices. Using contrary action as an actor. And it helps get that kind of volcano principle, you know, just the rumbling underneath the volcano before it erupts. Before it explodes, which creates, as you mentioned before, a sense of danger. Danger, I tend to think of that as you set up a tension between yourself, the actor, and the audience, thinking, "Oh, wow, where's she going with this? What's going to happen next?" Because audiences love to be thrilled and surprised, don't they? We lose that sense of playfulness that is the source of our charm, our creativity, and our imagination in adult life. And so a lot of the journey of the actor is to go back the wheel turns full circle back to that, to find at the adult age. I think that it's more fun to play the game if you know that you are capable and can handle whatever circumstance comes your way in life. Knowing you are capable, I think, is such an important part of being a good actor because you need to feel safe. So a good question to ask yourself then is okay, if there is fear, what is the source of the fear? Ken's New Exercise Ken's Secret Weapon Exercise And I think a lot is about paring away the clutter. I use that phrase a lot, you know, just to find a simplicity and an energy that comes from a calm center but is fully concentrated. As the actor, you play with the other actor, but you're also playing with the audience and have to make sure they're enjoying being there.
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This weekend, we bring you a conversation with actor Michael Patrick Thornton, who is currently in a buzzy Broadway production of A Doll's House alongsideJessica Chastain. When Michael was 24, he had a series of spinal cord strokes. Reciting Shakespeare's sonnets taught him how to breathe and speak again, and continue his career. Michael is at present the only actor on Broadway who uses a wheelchair. The interview was recorded a few months ago, while Michael was on stage in Macbeth with Daniel Craig and Ruth Negga. Then, we learn about Melissa Dring, Britain's top forensic artist, from journalist Will Coldwell, and the techniques she uses to catch criminals — they are surprisingly cute, and include a jar of strawberry jam.--------------Want to say hi? We love hearing from you. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We're on Twitter @ftweekendpod, and Lilah is on Instagram and Twitter @lilahrap. --------------Links and mentions from the episode: – Will's profile of Melissa Dring, ‘To catch a criminal: what a forensic artist knows about the mind': https://on.ft.com/3rw0lht – Michael Patrick Thornton's theatre company, The Gift: https://thegifttheatre.org/ – Michael is on Twitter @ThorntonMPT, and Will is on Twitter at @Will_Coldwell– A Doll's House is on Broadway through June 10 https://adollshousebroadway.com/ – Select coverage of the war in Ukraine is free to read at https://www.ft.com/freetoread—-------------Special offers for Weekend listeners, from 50% off a digital subscription to a $1/£1/€1 trial are here: http://ft.com/weekendpodcast. Our. US edition of the FTWeekend Festival is back! Join Jamie Lee Curtis, Ta-Nehisi Coates, Alice Waters, your favourite FT writers and more on May 20 in Washington, DC, and online. Register now and save $20 off using promo code weekendpodcast at ft.com/festival-us--------------Original music by Metaphor Music. Mixing and sound design by Breen Turner and Sam Giovinco.Read a transcript of this episode on FT.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Brockman runs through the latest NFL news including items on Lamar Jackson, Justin Herbert, Micah Parsons and more. Actor Mark Strong joins Rich in-studio to discuss his new Adam Sandler/Jennifer Aniston Netflix movie ‘Murder Mystery 2,' his fandom of the English Premier League's Arsenal, and reveals his punk rock past, why he abandoned the combover, what it was like rooming with Daniel Craig of 007 James Bond fame, and getting too up-close-and-personal while shooting a scene with the late great Ray Liotta in a round of ‘Celebrity True or False.' Rich explains why the NFL's escrow rules could be what's deterring teams from giving out more fully guaranteed contracts like the one Deshaun Watson got from the Cleveland Browns. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
At the end of classic 007 pictures, the words "James Bond will return" filled the screen. And although there is no actual screen available on Watch With Jen because it isn't a video podcast, James Bond has indeed returned for the second time in our series run so far, following the success of our very popular Roger Moore episode in season two. And once again, my lovely, funny, crackerjack guest Julia Ricci is back. A Film Programming Manager at Heartland Film in Indianapolis, Indiana, which organizes the Heartland International Film Festival, and the Academy Award-qualifying Indy Shorts International Film Festival, Julia has been part of the programming team since 2018. Selecting films for the festival's shorts, features, and retrospective slates, she has programmed 17 short films that went on to become Oscar nominees and winners in the Live Action, Documentary, and Animated Short categories. Prior to Heartland Film, Julia was a researcher for Turner Classic Movies and The Criterion Collection's former streaming platform FilmStruck, and appeared on TCM as a Guest Fan Programmer. She has a degree in History from Ball State University and is a regional Emmy nominee for the documentary short LEGACIES OF PERFECTION: AUBURN, CORD, DUESENBERG, from 2013. While we will definitely continue these conversations about James Bond with the latest man to wear the suit in the form of Daniel Craig in the future, we decided to have some fun traveling back in time to the '90s to when Pierce Brosnan picked up Timothy Dalton's shaken-not-stirred martini in what can best be described as the second Roger Moore era. Taking a look at every single Brosnan entry, in this lively hour-long conversation, join us as we dive deeply into the actors, the action, the songs, and the way the franchise has evolved in the films GOLDENEYE, TOMORROW NEVER DIES, THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH, and DIE ANOTHER DAY. Logo: KateGabrielle.com Theme Music: Solo Acoustic Guitar by Jason Shaw, Free Music Archive Originally Posted on Patreon (3/27/23) here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/80618553
This week, don't shake their martinis, damn it! The guys tackle the other Daniel Craig Bond outing on this list - Skyfall! They discuss the serialized nature of the new Bond films, Victor Silva as a multiverse version of Bond himself, the exciting action sequences, Judi Dench's increased screen time and acting prowess, Bond's character development over the course of the five films and much more. Next week: That's the sound of the police! Questions? Comments? Suggestions? You can always shoot us an e-mail at email@example.com Full List: https://www.empireonline.com/movies/features/best-british-films/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/forscreenandcountry Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/fsacpod Our logo was designed by the wonderful Mariah Lirette (https://instagram.com/its.mariah.xo) Skyfall stars Daniel Craig, Dame Judi Dench, Ralph Fiennes, Naomie Harris, Berenice Marlohe, Ben Whishaw, Albert Finney, Rory Kinnear and Javier Bardem; directed by Sam Mendes. Is It Streaming? USA: Netflix, fuboTV, Paramount Plus, MGM Plus, DIRECTV and available to rent Canada: available to rent UK: available to rent Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What was the very first draft of Timothy Dalton's unmade third film like? Timothy Dalton's third James Bond film is one of the great 'what ifs' of the series, and over the years various incarnations have come to light. Recently, we dusted off the first-ever draft of what could have been Dalton's follow-up to Licence To Kill. Dated July 7th, 1990, this rarely-seen script was penned by Michael G. Wilson and American writer Alfonse Ruggerio. Many of its elements would survive in later films for Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig, but the locations and tech elements of this draft lend their own distinct flavour. Join us as we run through the story and discuss the characters, plot, killer robots, and ponder what this film could have been in the early 1990s. For further coverage of Bond 17 (1990), check out this article on MI6: https://www.mi6-hq.com/sections/articles/bond17-1990 The recording took place on March 16th, 2023 in the USA and Spain. James Page is a co-founder of MI6-HQ.com and the magazine MI6 Confidential David Leigh runs thejamesbonddossier.com Bill Koenig runs the Spy Command at hmssweblog.wordpress.com This podcast is copyright Pretitles LLC © 2023
The second movie in the mystery DVD series is The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo and comes from Lobo. Journalist Mikael Blomkvist teams up with hacker and investigator Lisbeth Salander to solve the mystery of a missing woman. As they dig deeper into the mystery, they uncover far more danger than either of them could have possibly imagined.
Mark and Niall (@Elniallo on Twitter) discuss the 2021 James Bond film No Time to Die. Directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, and starring Daniel Craig, Léa Seydoux, Rami Malek, Lashana Lynch, and a large secret island lair, the movie focuses on what happens when James Bond is forced to stop another supervillain from destroying the world. In this episode, they also hand out henchmen survival tips and rank the five films that feature Daniel Craig as James Bond.
This Sunday it's time for a throwback interview from late last year, one with Daniel Craig himself. In lieu of a 'Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery' spoiler special - darn those technical gremlins - we're reaching back a few months to give you Ali's chat with the artist formerly known as James Bond, touching on how he got the role, what it means to him and where that accent of accents comes from (in a classic 'Becoming...' interview way).
Don't Kill the Messenger with movie research expert Kevin Goetz
Kevin is joined by highly accomplished film and television producer and former studio executive, Jonathan Glickman. Jonathan Glickman, Producer and Former Studio ExecutiveWith over two decades of experience in the entertainment industry, he has established himself as a creative force and a visionary producer with a keen eye for identifying and developing successful projects. As president of the MGM Motion Picture Group, Glickman guided a bankrupt company into a thriving studio. During his tenure, he oversaw production on Skyfall and Spectre, the two highest-grossing installments of the James Bond franchise, as well as No Time to Die, Daniel Craig's final outing in the series. Other highlights of his tenure include overseeing the production of the Rocky spinoff Creed and Creed 2 and the 2019 animated hit The Addams Family. After his tenure at MGM, Glickman founded Panoramic Media. His productions include Creed 3 and the Golden Globe-nominated tv series Wednesday, which recently became the second most-watched show in Netflix's history.Important lessons from growing up in a political family (3:42)Jonathan grew up in Kansas, where his father was a congressman, and he learned an important political lesson that carried over to his career in entertainment, the public is always right. Kevin and Jonathan discuss the intersection of entertainment and politics. “All that matters are beginnings and endings and in the end, the beginning doesn't matter”(10:19)Kevin and Jonathan discuss the importance of a good ending and leaving the audience satisfied. Jonathan emphasized how everything should lead up to that ending in order to have people buzzing about the movie as they leave the theater.The elevator pitch (12:47)Jonathan discusses how he landed his first internship at Caravan Pictures by cornering Joe Roth, the head of Caravan, in an elevator and asking him for the internship. The pair discuss Jonathan's rise at Caravan, how, as an intern, he pitched the idea for a Jerky Boys movie followed by While You Were Sleeping. Four years later, Jonathan became head of the studio.The Creed Bake-Off (31:53)The pair discuss the film Creed and how screening two different endings led to the decision to have Adonis Creed lose at the end of the first film. Jonathan relates that the film was shot with two endings which were shown to test audiences. Both endings tested well, but one tested higher. He also shares a story of what happened when Sylvester Stallone joined the Creed focus group.Marketing and the streaming platforms (41:38)With the success of Wednesday, Kevin and Jonathan turn the discussion to streaming platforms and marketing. Wednesday as the main character (45:43)Glickman talks about The Addams Family and why he wanted to focus on Wednesday as the main character for the Netflix series.Host: Kevin GoetzGuest: Jonathan GlickmanProducer: Kari CampanoFor more information about Jonathan's upcoming projects:Website: https://thisispanoramic.com/IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0322802/Twitter: https://twitter.com/glickmaniaFor more information about Kevin Goetz:Website: www.KevinGoetz360.comAudienceology Book: https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/Audience-ology/Kevin-Goetz/9781982186678Facebook, Twitter, Instagram: @KevinGoetz360Linked In @Kevin GoetzScreen Engine/ASI Website: www.ScreenEngineA
Really, 007! explore the 6 debut performances in the James Bond franchise from Sean Connery in Dr. No to Daniel Craig in Casino Royale... Part 1 sees John's quiz and then covers the debuts of Sean Connery in Dr. No, George Lazenby in On Her Majesty's Secret Service and Roger Moore in Live And Let Die...Host Tom Pickup is joined by fellow Bond enthusiasts Sam Rogers and Charlie Marsh. Thanks for listening - we think you'll love it too!Disclaimer: Really, 007! is an unofficial entity and is not affiliated with EON Productions, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. and Danjaq, LLC. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ashley, Willow, and Kim get trapped in the elevator with a sweet little guy. Making the most of it, Kim pitches her new Daniel Craig-centric app, Willow recounts her family Christmas traditions, and Ashley voluntarily plays an improv game without coercion from anybody. Other topics include Nazi haircuts, an Elon Musk story nobody seems to comprehend, and the mysterious link between Joseph Goebbles and that Imhotep guy from The Mummy. Video episode available at https://youtu.be/xqXyr8wLV8k Subscribe to Bonus Episodes on Anchor at https://anchor.fm/the-succ-podcast/subscribe Or on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/TheSucc Get Succ merch at https://kielbasagarage.com and use discount code: THESUCC Check out our group on FB, https://bit.ly/TheSuccShameposting Join our Discord at https://discord.gg/4A8ef5yv8d Find our show on other platforms: https://linktr.ee/TheSuccPod Drop a Rating and Review on Spotify and Apple Podcasts to help more people find The Succ. Intro/Outro Music by J. Pupa (https://nightleather.bandcamp.com) The Succ is: Kim Bertrand (https://twitter.com/bertrandmedia) Phil Buck (https://linktr.ee/PhilBuck) Justine Linette (https://twitter.com/punishedgarage) Knives McGee (https://twitter.com/KnivesMcGeee) Matt Moir (https://twitter.com/distastefulman) Willow Washburn (https://twitter.com/thrillowthrash)
Really, 007! explore the 6 debut performances in the James Bond franchise from Sean Connery in Dr. No to Daniel Craig in Casino Royale... Part 2 covers the debuts of Timothy Dalton in The Living Daylights, Pierce Brosnan in GoldenEye and Daniel Craig in Casino Royale, as well as a discussion on who might be the next one to debut in the dinner jacket...Host Tom Pickup is joined by fellow Bond enthusiasts Sam Rogers and Charlie Marsh. Thanks for listening - we think you'll love it too!Disclaimer: Really, 007! is an unofficial entity and is not affiliated with EON Productions, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. and Danjaq, LLC. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This week G-Baby and the Usual Suspect Steve welcome back special guest Staring Jon to kick off our Daniel Craig-era Bond film retrospective starting with the first entry and franchise evolving Casino Royale from 2006. Join us as we discuss an alternate dimension Tarantino version of the film, how our villain Le Chiffre drew inspiration from Aleister Crowley, and how this Bond's distinct tone establishes a new direction for the franchise. This is yo azz playa. Let's wax this double-O porpoise. https://linktr.ee/waxtheporpoise #danielcraig #film #007 #bond #poker #waxit Huge thanks again to Staring Jon for joining us and be sure to check out his Twitch stream for all your old school NES goodness and cheat coadz. https://www.twitch.tv/Kinetic_Onslot https://twitter.com/Kinetic_Onslot Follow us on Twitter & instagram and leave us a rating/review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen, let us know how we're doing and thank you!
The How NOT To Make A Movie Podcast
One of the great things about doing “Tales From The Crypt” was the actors we got to work with. Kirk Douglass, Tom Hanks, Whoopi Goldberg, Michael J Fox, Isabella Rossellini, Daniel Craig among many, many others. We also got to work with an actor named Sherrie Rose. Hell, we liked working with Sherrie so much at Crypt that we hired her three times. Only William Sadler can compete. Bill also appeared in two Crypt episodes; he also appears in both Crypt feature films. Sherrie caught our attention early on. She also caught director William Friedkin’s attention. In fact (as Sherrie […]
Now this is cinema... A MASTERWORK if you will! Road to Perdition (2002) was meant to be seen by Alain years back but it did not happen... why? You have to listen to find out! This star studded cast will have you hooked from beginning to end! Tom Hanks, Tyler Hoechlin, Daniel Craig, Jude Law, and Stanley Tucci! Music by: jessejacethomas.bandcamp.com Check us out on Instagram and Twitter @finallywatched AND our website: www.ifinallywatchedpodcast.com
Agents Scott and Cam welcome actor Nicholas Woodeson to the show to talk about playing Doctor Hall opposite Daniel Craig in 2012's Skyfall. He also shares stories about his previous spy movie work in The Russia House, The Avengers and The Man Who Knew Too Little. Become a SpyHards Patron and gain access to top secret "Agents in the Field" bonus episodes, movie commentaries and more! Social media: @spyhards View the NOC List and the Disavowed List at Letterboxd.com/spyhards Podcast artwork by Hannah Hughes. Theme music by Doug Astley.
We always love to promise the world and deliver and atlas, but today we FINALLY are getting to some commentaries that we have been wanting to deliver for about 34908 years as we bring you our unique talk over the 1954 version of Casino Royale that we know you have been waiting for! Why are we all excited to do this episode? Why have none of the boys watched this since we covered it? Will ads be a problem? Who is PizzaFlix? Who is Hoot Gibson? Is Hoot Gibson our new favourite person? Do we want to be Hoot Gibson? Is Hoot Gibson connected to any Bond actor? Would Hoot Gibson make a good Bond? Is Noah Hoot Gibson? Could Noah play Hoot Gibson? Do we give a Giggle and Hoot about Hoot Gibson? And would we want to Hoot Gibson? So many questions. So little time to answer them. So you better give a Hoot Gibson by listening! ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
The Weekly Wrap-Up with J Cleveland Payne
Today's Sponsor: Fundrisehttp://thisistheconversationproject.com/fundriseToday's Rundown:Jalen Carter, NFL draft prospect, wanted in connection to fatal crashhttps://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/ncaaf/2023/03/01/jalen-carter-arrest-warrant-georgia-fatal-crash-nfl-draft-prospect/11373214002/Kobe Bryant family settles the helicopter crash photos lawsuit for $28.5 millionhttps://www.npr.org/2023/03/01/1160295235/kobe-bryant-family-settles-the-helicopter-crash-photos-lawsuit-for-28-5-millionJay Leno shows off 'brand new face' on 'The Kelly Clarkson Show' following burn accident https://www.usatoday.com/story/entertainment/celebrities/2023/03/01/jay-leno-burns-new-face-kelly-clarkson-show/11374321002/TikTok will limit teens to 60 minutes screen time a day (but you can turn the limit off)https://www.theverge.com/2023/3/1/23620052/tiktok-screen-time-feature-update-family-pairing-teensU.S. House panel approves bill giving Biden power to ban TikTokhttps://www.aol.com/u-house-panel-approves-bill-182551963.htmlThousands of sealed MTG cards tossed into Texas landfillhttps://www.wargamer.com/magic-the-gathering/cards-landfillCardi B and Offset McDonald's Meal Draws Franchise Backlashhttps://www.chicagobusiness.com/restaurants/cardi-b-mcdonalds-meal-offends-franchisees#:~:text=A%20commercial%20showing%20the%20entertainer,drinks%20and%20an%20apple%20pie.Mummy found in man's food delivery bag in Peruhttps://www.cnn.com/2023/02/28/americas/peru-mummy-puno-delivery-man-intl-latam/index.htmlJustin Bieber officially cancels remainder of Justice World Tour after previous delayshttps://www.usatoday.com/story/entertainment/music/2023/02/28/justin-bieber-cancels-justice-world-tour/11368719002/Website: http://thisistheconversationproject.comFacebook: http://facebook.com/thisistheconversationprojectTwitter: http://twitter.com/th_conversationTikTok: http://tiktok.com/@theconversationprojectYouTube: http://thisistheconversationproject.com/youtubePodcast: http://thisistheconversationproject.com/podcasts#yournewssidepiece #coffeechat #morningnewsMarch 2 BirthdaysJon Bon Jovi (61)Daniel Craig (55)Bryce Dallas Howard (42)Today In History1962: Wilt Chamberlain of the Philadelphia Warriors scored an NBA record 100 points in a game against the New York Knicks.Plus, Today We Celebrate: World Teen Mental Wellness Dayhttps://www.google.com/search?q=world+teen+mental+wellness+day&oq=World+Teen+Mental+Wellness+Day&aqs=chrome.0.0i131i433i512j0i390l4.252j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
Agents Scott and Cam, along with guest operative Kathryn Vinclaire, award-winning voice actor, think on their sins while revisiting Daniel Craig's blockbuster 50th anniversary Bond adventure Skyfall. Directed by Sam Mendes. Starring Daniel Craig, Javier Bardem, Naomie Harris, Judi Dench, Ralph Fiennes, Bérénice Marlohe, Albert Finney and Ben Whishaw. You can track the progress of Kathryn's documentary, Women at 36,000 Feet, at Flight Path Productions' website, or follow her on Instagram and Twitter. Become a SpyHards Patron and gain access to top secret "Agents in the Field" bonus episodes, movie commentaries and more! Pick up exclusive SpyHards merch, including the "What Does Vargas Do?" t-shirt by @shaylayy, available only at Redbubble. Social media: @spyhards View the NOC List and the Disavowed List at Letterboxd.com/spyhards Podcast artwork by Hannah Hughes. Theme music by Doug Astley.
Sean and Giannis solve the case of whether Glass Onion is a good movie or not.Support the showFollow us on:FacebookTwitterInstagram
Pat Mayo & Davis Mattek get together for their quarterly PME/Taekcast crossover with no set plan and end up getting into Streaming Service Wars, Chat GPT, Regional Accents, Twitter threads, Daniel Craig, LIV vs PGA Golf, GOAT QBs, Media Habits and more. Sub to Taekcast Audio Feed: https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-taekcast-a-mostly-sports-podcast/id1391255389 Simulations & DFS/Prop Tools Code “MAYO” for discount: https://www.runthesims.com/mayo Use code “DOP” at Prize Picks for a deposit match up to $100: https://bit.ly/DOPPrizePicks Get 20% off https://www.fantasynational.com/mayo with code “MAYO” Join Mayo Media Newsletter: https://mayomedia.substack.com/people/32468255-mayo-media Sub to the Mayo Media Network: https://bit.ly/YTMMN Show Index 00:00 Intro 2:43 LIV/PGA Golf 28:21 Regional Accents 33:16 Glass Onion/Daniel Craig 44:44 ChatGPT/Twitter Threads 51:35 Stream Service Wars 1:06:56 Media Habits 1:16:29 4th & 15 vs Onside Kick/GOAT QBs Apple: http://bit.ly/PMEiTunes Spotify: https://goo.gl/VboemH Stitcher: http://goo.gl/Ft3Gmr Google: http://bit.ly/GooglePodPME Castbox: http://bit.ly/PMECastbox Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Taekcast: A (mostly) Sports Podcast
Davis Mattek and Pat Mayo chat the LIV Golf tour, GOAT QB rankings, Daniel Craig's best performances, and much more in this long-form conversation show. www.patreon.com/taekcast Subscribe To The PME: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/pat-mayo-experience/id593007235
The guys discuss ESPN's list of landing spots for top NFL free agents and which guys they are disappointed aren't linked to the Bears. Plus, why trading Justin Fields would be a mistake for the Bears. Abdalla professes his hate for Daniel Craig as James Bond. Also, Song of The Night.
In this third episode of our winter series BURN THE SHIPS, Darwin Shaw describes how he set fire to a medical career, with the near-guarantees it offered, to pursue acting and the creative joys it offered. Maybe you know him as Daniel Craig's first kill enroute to double O status in CASINO ROYALE; maybe as the Apostle Peter in the megahit miniseries THE BIBLE. Maybe from his role as a key creator of The Anti-Viral Film Project, an international effort to provide creative work for actors and filmmakers during the pandemic to tell a multi-generational story about families around the globe, who strive for connection and catharsis, against the turmoil of the COVID-19. “If you can hone in on what's truthful to you and follow that,” he tells Warwick of his pivot from behind a stethoscope to in front of a camera, “I don't think you're ever going to regret it.” To learn more about Darwin Shaw and the Antiviral Film Project, visit www.six-feet-films.com To explore Beyond the Crucible assets, visit beyondthecrucible.com To start creating a life you love, explore our new e-course, Discover Your Second-Act Significance, by visiting secondactsignificance.com
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The Business of Fashion Podcast
The film director joins BoF editor-at-large Tim Blanks to discuss how he uses his fashion and music roots to stage powerful experiences including from Abba Voyage and recent Dior Men and Fendi Couture shows. Background: Film and creative director Bailie Walsh cut his teeth working in London during the nineties and early aughts alongside talents like Boy George, Leigh Bowery and Alexander McQueen. While Walsh calls himself a film director, editor-at-large Tim Blanks, who hosts him on the latest BoF Podcast, describes him as more of a magician. He was behind the hologram of Kate Moss featured in McQueen's show “Widows of Culloden” in 2006 that went on to be showcased in both London's V&A Museum and New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. More recently, he's captivated audiences with his immersive virtual concert, Abba Voyage, in London, and his work with Kim Jones, who tapped Walsh to help stage Dior Menswear and Fendi Couture shows in January. Walsh approaches his projects with the goal of completely immersing his audience — and often pushes the limits to do so. “What I love about being creative or having the opportunity to be creative is a challenge,” said Walsh. Key Insights: Walsh helped infuse Dior Menswear Fall/Winter 2023 runway with TS Eliot's poem “The Waste Land.” Models drifted past massive screens featuring Gwendoline Christie and Robert Pattinson reading the poem, spliced with music from composer Max Richter. Creatives need to live on the edge of fear, according to Walsh. “You have to be scared if you're a creative person … you're entering into a journey that you haven't before,” he said. “That's the point of doing it.” Music has been a thread throughout Walsh's career. He's made videos for Boy George, crafted Abba's hologram-filled Voyage concert but also used music as a source of inspiration for his Daniel Craig-fronted film “Flashbacks of a Fool.”Walsh spent over two years thinking about how to play with illusion and reality to create Abba Voyage. Throughout the display, there are costume changes, chatter between the artists and shadowy figures still present when the lights are out. Then, there's a moment the group suddenly disappears — a reminder the show was contrived. Want more from The Business of Fashion? Subscribe to our daily newsletter here. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Crime Writers On...True Crime Review
A group of uber-successful professionals are invited on a weekend trip to their billionaire friend's island to play a game: solve his own murder. But one stranger is also tagging along: the famed detective Benoit Blanc, who fears a more sinister game is afoot. The lights go out. A body is sprawled on the floor. Who's the killer? The politician? The fashion model? The scientist? The video gamer? Or the former business partner the host swindled?Daniel Craig leads an all-star cast in “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery.” A modern take on the parlor mystery, the audience follows Blanc as he attempts to solve the case before the killer can strike again.OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEWS OF "GLASS ONION" BEGIN IN THE FINAL 11 MINUTES OF THE EPISODE.