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We had the pleasure of interviewing Rose Betts over Zoom video!Standout British singer/songwriter Rose Betts wears her heart on her sleeve in her triumphant debut full-length album, White Orchids, out now! Rose wrote and co-produced the entire album. To Rose, White Orchids represents a loss of innocence; a moment of pure youth and fragility where her heart was broken. Just as an orchid blooms once before it is usually discarded, it feels as though one can grasp on to youth for merely a fleeting moment. Rose released the emotional, self-reflective album single “Recovery” late last year, and it was recently synced for usage for the CW hit TV show "Legacies." Another album track, "Driving Myself Home," went supernova on Tiktok in January and is now closing in on 2 million combined streams and well over 5 million views. Rose also released “Song To The Siren” last year (producing the track as well as performing it), which served as the leading song of Zack Snyder's Justice League (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), created by GRAMMY-nominated multi-platinum producer, musician, composer and educator Tom Holkenborg. Olympic Silver Medalist Alexandra Trusova used “Song to the Siren” in her recent Olympic run. ABOUT ROSE BETTSHailing from London, England, Rose Betts is a singer-songwriter with an uncanny ability to pen beautiful hooks and lyrics with a depth beyond her years. A regular on the London music scene and darling of Sofar Sounds, Rose toured the UK in 2017 and self-released her first EP The Stars Look Down. She has received major radio play on BBC 2 and BBC 6 and continues to blur the lines of conventionality through her collaborations with art, film, theatre and virtual technology. She is also involved in other collaborative projects, working on Bazzi's single ‘Young and Alive' which was nominated for Best Remixed Recording at the 63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards and “Song to the Siren,” her contribution to the Zack Snyder's Justice League (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), which she performed and produced. We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com. www.BringinitBackwards.com #podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #RoseBetts #WhiteOrchids #NewMusic #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiB https://www.bringinitbackwards.com/follow/ Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpod
On today's nerdtastically newsworthy #FlashBackFriday the 13th edition of the Legendary Nerd-O-Roundtable, in light of news revealing the Academy's “Fan Favorite” and “Cheer Moment” awards backing Zack Snyder's ‘Justice League' were apparently rigged by bot accounts; the Friday Knights are revisiting their classic NerdCast wherein they absolutely destroy everything about the SnyderVerse's biggest flop!!!
BONUS EPISODE! Sam and Henry sit down and talk all things THE BATMAN. Did we like it? What was good? What was bad? What would we like to see in future films? Sam ranked this 5th out of 10 on his all time Batman movie list, Henry ranked it 3rdThe pals spend a long time talking about the virtues of "Batman The Movie (1966)," The Dark Knight, and Batman (1989)."Music from films and video games!Where did Batman learn how to drive so well?!The best Robin is Tim Drake
*WARNING!* FULL THIS EPISODE CONTAINS FULL SPOILERS FOR THE BATMAN! *WARNING!* linktr.ee/CatchingUpOnCinema This May is “Masterclass Revisited” month at Catching Up On Cinema! All month long, we'll be revisiting the subjects of Masterclass months we've done over the years to review films that may have slipped through the cracks. This week, we're once again hitting the streets of Gotham City to review Matt Reeves', The Batman (2022)! Conceived and produced during the collapse of Zack Snyder and Ben Affleck's tenure on the franchise and character respectively, The Batman serves as the first of a new trilogy of films to be helmed by director Reeves. Featuring Robert Pattinson as a Bruce Wayne with 2 years of Batman-ing and fear mongering under his utility belt, Pattinson's rendition of the character represents the most vulnerable and most obviously traumatized version yet seen on film. Also featuring Zoe Kravitz as Selina Kyle/Catwoman, Jeffrey Wright as Lt. Jim Gordon, Andy Serkis as Alfred Pennyworth, a nigh unrecognizable Colin Farrell as The Penguin/Oswald Cobblepot, and Paul Dano as The Riddler, the film boasts strong performances all around, with lead Pattinson surprisingly occupying the majority of the film's screen time. Nearly 3 hours long, The Batman is a complexly structured film, rich with themes, ideas, and beautiful imagery, but seemingly designed from the ground up to be frustrating in it's pacing and plot progression. In spite of its incredible arsenal of themes and social commentary, the film boasts enough popcorn entertainment sequences to please general audiences, though it's fair to assume its equally incredible run time could be a bridge too far for some. Potentially the most explicitly political and thought provoking of Batman films, Reeves' tenure on the character, much like his run on the Planet of the Apes franchise, seems to be defined by delivering spectacular imagery, while favoring the demands of the character and narrative over that of audience expectations. Dark, brutal, and completely unwilling to be as dumb and simple as we occasionally expect super hero movies to be, The Batman may not yield pure entertainment with a casual watch, but if you're in the mood to chew on a few riddles in order to get to the juicy center of the matter, you'll find yourself handsomely rewarded. Follow us on Instagram @catchinguponcinema Follow us on Twitter @CatchingCinema Like, share, subscribe, and we'll catch you next time!
We are live with episode 76 of the Michael versus Jason Horrorcast featuring Billy!!!! This week Bill is in the winner's circle and chooses the 2004 remake of Dawn of the Dead (Director's cut). Join us as talk through this Zack Snyder film + Listen to Jason discuss his headshot movie (5 Headed Shark Attack) + We discuss a few other movies we may have caught this week and go through our weekly segments such as "The Rename Game" , "Darwin/ Einstein Awards", "The Devil's Wheel" and we spin the wheel to see who is the Ultimate Loser for the "Torture Treatment" and must watch the Headshot Movie.... Let us know your thoughts through one of the ways listed below!!Follow us —Facebook- Facebook.com/MVJHorrorInstagram- Instagram.com/mvjhorrorcastTwitter- twitter.com/mvjhorrorEmail- MVJHorrorcast@Yahoo.com
Another month with an abundance of news and trailers so Kneel Before Pod is here to break many of them down for you. The discussion covers re-adapting as TV shows, rethinking franchises and Queerbaiting in giant robot franchises. Craig can be found on this very site and over on We Are Starfleet on the We Made This podcast network. Kat can be found on Twitter and elsewhere under here. Izaak can be found on his Twitter or on his website, Angus can be found on this very site and over on SoundCloud. Andrew's work can be found on the Starburst website. Show Notes Reviews TV Craig's reviews of Moon Knight Craig's reviews of Superman & Lois season 2 Craig's reviews of Star Trek: Discovery season 4 Craig's reviews of The Flash season 8 Craig's reviews of Star Trek: Picard season 2 Craig's reviews of DC's Legends of Tomorrow season 7 Craig's reviews of WandaVision Craig's reviews of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Craig's reviews of Doctor Who: Flux Craig's review of Doctor Who "Eve of the Daleks" Craig's reviews of “Crisis on Infinite Earths” Film Craig's review of Morbius Craig's review of The Batman Craig's review of Venom Craig's review of Venom: Let There Be Carnage Craig's review of Ghostbusters: Afterlife Craig's review of Sonic the Hedgehog Craig's review of Sonic the Hedgehog 2 Craig's review of Godzilla Vs. Kong Craig's review of Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens Craig's review of Pacific Rim: Uprising Craig's review of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows Craig's review of The Founder Craig's review of Soul Craig's review of Moana Craig's review of Big Hero 6 Craig's review of Divergent Craig's review of The Divergent Series: Insurgent Craig's review of The Diveergent Series: Allegiant Craig's review of Thor: Ragnarok Craig's review of Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice Craig's review of Suicide Squad Craig's review of Justice League Craig's review of Aquaman Craig's review of Shazam! Craig's review of Zack Snyder's Justice League Craig's review of The Suicide Squad Craig's review of Moonfall Craig's review of Ghost in the Shell Craig's review of The Matrix: Resurrections Craig's review of Kingsman: The Secret Service Craig's review of The Mummy Craig's review of The Emoji Movie Craig's review of Split Podcasts Craig's interview with Shawn Doyle Craig's interview with Jonas Chernick Craig's interview with Ruth Connell Star Trek: Discovery season 4 The Batman Venom Thor: Ragnarok WandaVision The Falcon and The Winter Soldier “Crisis on Infinite Earths” – first podcast and second podcast Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens Pacific Rim Pacific Rim: Uprising Man of Steel Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice Suicide Squad Justice League Zack Snyder's Justice League The Suicide Squad Trailers Lightyear Paws of Fury The Sea Beast Stranger Things season 4 Doctor Who Interview With The Vampire The Time Travelers Wife Top Gun: Maverick Crimes of the Future Night Sky Thor: Love and Thunder Star Trek: Picard season 3 News Ironheart team Warner Brothers concerns about Ezra Miller Overhaul of the DC film universe planned Aqualad KJ Apa and Isabel May cast in Wonder Twins Sharon Stone cast in Blue Beetle Susan Sarandon cast in Blue Beetle The Flash possibly abbreviated final season CW renewals Project Artemis Casting for The Ark Walter Scobell cast as Percy Jackson Black The Water Dancer Aurora adaptation Paranormal Hitmen The Crow reboot Andy Serkis directing animated Animal Farm Sherlock Holmes spinoffs Eve Stranger adaptation Ending Things Damsel Rebel Moon casting Brie Larson joins Fast X Jason Momoa talks about his role in Fast X Jason Momoa joins Minecraft movie Ghosts of Tsushima gets a writer Justin Bartha reprising role in National Treasure TV series Ted TV show casting John Carney directing Bee Gees biopic Dead Boy Detectives Double Blind It prequel Orphan Black spinoff Mockingbird adaptation Scott Bakula joins Divinity Voltron lands at Amazon Misc Craig's appearance on The TARDIS Crew talking about "Legend of the Sea Devils" Kat's narration of "Tomatoes" for Khoreo Magazine Interview with Morbius director Daniel Espinosa The podcast The Dropout was based on Super Eyepatch Wolf's Riverdale video Drew Gooden's Vin Diesel video Ben Schwartz sitting with a Sonic the Hedgehog 2 speedrunner Ben Schwartz Polygon interview for Sonic the Hedgehog Ben Schwartz Polygon interview for Sonic the Hedgehog 2 Music Niall Stenson's cover of the “Marvel Fanfare and the Thor theme“ and his YouTube channel If you enjoyed what you heard here then please do subscribe to Kneel Before Pod . If you have any feedback then we'd love to hear it. You can find us on Facebook and Twitter or just make yourself known in the comments section below.
Elon Musk Buys Twitter: It's over! A literal fascist has purchased Twitter and the WORLD is FUCKING OVER.Netflix: Hot off losing a bunch of stock money and subscribers, we now have layoffs and a new trailer for Mike Myers's The Pentaverate.Johnny Depp and Amber Heard: A blind spot for Jim and Them is the Amber Heard/Johnny Depp controversy, let's do a little catch up on the grumpy.BLOWFISH!, ILLUSION!, AIR!, BREAKING BAD!, ELON MUSK BUYS TWITTER!, 42 BILLION DOLLARS!, BIRD APP!, WORLD IS ENDING!, IT'S OVER!, SPACEX!, JOURNOS!, MY LIFE!, MY PRE-LIFE!, INCORPOREAL!, MATTER IN THE UNIVERSE!, FRANKENSTEIN!, MARY SHELLEY!, SPECTRAL PRESENCE!, JACK THE RIPPER HEADLINES!, FASCIST!, DISTRAUGHT!, LAST BASTION!, RESISTANCE!, AAVE!, VOICE!, PATREON!, REACHER!, NBA JAM!, HE'S HEATING UP!, ONEUP CABINET!, TERMINATOR 2 THE ARCADE GAME!, TIME CRISIS!, AFTER BURNER!, AEROSMITH!, REVOLUTION X!, STEPHO!, DEMI LARDNER!, JORDAN!, PIZZAGATE IS REAL!, ELON MUSK!, WHO'S LEAVING!?, TRUMP!, TRUTH SOCIAL NETWORK!, CELEBRITIES!, ALEX JONES!, DEPLATFORM!, QUIBI!, CNN+!, NEW MEDIA!, NETFLIX!, SUBSCRIBERS!, LOSS!, CANCELLED!, LAY OFFS!, ANIMATION!, BONE!, TUDUM!, TOTAL NUMBER OF TWEETS!, HALLE BERRY!, MATTHEW BRODERICK!, FERRIS BUELLER!, VEHICULAR HOMOCIDE!, BRECKIN MEYER STAND YOUR GROUND!, REBECCA GAYHEART!, NOXZEMA GIRL!, CLUELESS!, MIKE MYERS!, THE PENTAVERATE!, SERIES!, AUSTIN POWERS!, WAYNE'S WORLD!, ILLUMINATI!, FREEMASONS!, KLUMPS!, BOB ODENKIRK!, CHRIS FARLEY!, VAN DOWN BY THE RIVER!, ADAM SANDLER!, SCHMITTS GAY!, LORD OF THE RINGS!, GOLLUM ACCEPTANCE SPEECH!, DOBBY!, YODA!, CURSING!, ROCKS!, JOHNNY DEPP!, KENTUCKY!, GRUMPY!, SHIT IN THE BED!, PUBLICIZE!, AQUAMAN 2!, PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN!, CINEMACON!, TOP GUN!, TOM CRUISE!, MISSION IMPOSSIBLE!, TEENAGE CRUSH!, EPIC ROMANCE!, FAN EXPERIENCE!, SNYDER CUT CULT!, ZACK SNYDER!, REBEL MOON!, STAR WARS!, LIBSOFTIKTOK!, LGBTQ FLAG!, TAYLOR LORENZ!, DOXXED!, WASHINGTON POST!, RUSSIAN BOTS!, SEEDS OF DISCONTENT!, SKYPE STARSKIPPER!, STAR WARS!You can find the videos from this episode at our Discord RIGHT HERE!
This week, Jared is joined by fellow SnyderVerse YouTuber The Truth 31 to rant about #WarnerBros. historic mishandling of the #DCEU, DC comics, and anything associated with #ZackSnyder. They also talk about how Zack Snyder is the most comic-accurate film maker of all time, as well as the most talented visual film maker of all time. The way that Warner Bros. has sabotaged this man's DC work is so frustrating and it really shows why the leadership is being gutted by Discovery for apparent incompetence. Let's hope we get the continuation of Zack's world, a world the fans clearly want to see. It will happen. Keep the faith. Truth 31's channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiP2WApQujz37NquEZqekrQ Email us below other SnyderVerse community members you want to see on the show, the most egregious action by Warner Bros., your favorite SnyderVerse movie/ scene, and if you think it will be restored Check out our awesome other shows on our Youtube Channel where we have other shows dedicated to a wide array of topics: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTtjdjM7N8_PLprDIdMJCWQ #RestoreTheSnyderVerse #ReleaseTheAyerCut #ZackSnyder #DC #Comics Follow us on instagram: comicsleague2021 Email us: email@example.com Website: https://comicsleague.com
linktr.ee/CatchingUpOnCinema It's once again time for Catching Up On Cinema's monthly, “Tales From the Shelf” episode! In this installment, Trevor is joined by his buddy Brad from the Cinema Speak podcast to take part in “The Backlog Boogie: Part Deux”! Brad's Picks: The Killing (1956) Silent Madness (1984) and Forgotten Gialli: Volume One (Vinegar Syndrome box set) Stephen King's The Stand (1994) and The Stand (2020) Serial Mom (1994) and Species (1995) Trevor's Picks: Tampopo (1985) Outlaw Star (1998) and Neon Genesis Evangelion Collector's Edition Box Set Warriors of the Rainbow: Seediq Bale (2011) and Zack Snyder's Justice League (2021) One Cut of the Dead (2017) and Special Actors (2019) And make sure to stick around as we wrap things up with a customary “Speed Round” of runner up films that didn't quite make the cut. Check out Brad's podcast, Cinema Speak on Libsyn at Cinema Speak, or on Twitterand Instagram. Follow us on Instagram @catchinguponcinema Follow us on Twitter @CatchingCinema Like, share, subscribe, and we'll catch you next time!
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Alex, Brad, and Nicki gather around the virtual campfire to talk about zombies in both iterations of Dawn of the Dead. Add us on social media:Twitter: Splatter_BrainsFacebook: SplatterbrainspodcastInstagram: @splatterbrainspodcastOr one of you lovely listeners can e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
EPISODE 10 - "The Trips with President Seinfeld”Greetings Super friends! Welcome to Superman & Lois & Pals. I'm Henry Bernstein and alongside me is my favorite super pal, Professor Sam Brody. Let's talk about Superman and Lois Season 2 Episode 10S02E10 - “Bizarros in a Bizarro World”Directed by:Louis Shaw MilitoWriting Credits:Brent Fletcher and Todd Helbing Superman races through the portal after Ally Allston, but when he arrives on the other side, he discovers everything on this parallel earth is... bizarre. Navigating his way through deceivingly familiar faces and landscapes, Superman goes on one wild ride in his fight to stop Ally from merging.HENRY'S NOTES:Opening: Last time you said he was sort of creating a rock shield but I speculated that he was sort of decomposing into a Bizarro creature. Here it seemed like both? RED CUBE SUN! CUBE EARTH!!! WE GOT OUR CUBE EARTH!!!! Bizarro's fortress - Bottled City of Kandor, Kryptonian revival suit, GIANT KEY. Superman's costume looks great in Bizarro world. He should stay there. Superboy has a backwards Death Of Superman shirt. Is that like the most 90's superman thing ever? Clark can figure out how to speak backwards!Bizarro Jonathan El: There is so much Silver age silliness here, I love it. It's actually what we talked about. Of course the opposite of “our world” is Superman and Lois are famous and there's no Clark. Haha, love the Bizarro Superman hand gang sign! Great superhero montage. He's wearing Doc Martins!Bizarro world/Superman: “Hosting the Kevins, the trips with President Seinfeld.” Wouldn't the opposite of Clark on Bizarro world be a dad who was around for his family? Bizarro Superman is addicted to Kryptonite, loves the spotlight, very angry. Jordan has straight hair lol. Backwards WB tower. Cube pool. Cube glasses. Espy's - Jordan Michaels is a jerk. “Why on square earth,” Persons Magazine. Bizarro world - bride wears black. Bizarro cat is KryptoWhat happened to Bizarro Superman? How did he get like that? Kryptonite? Great acting by Tyler. Love the desperation.Bizarro Smallville Gazette is bustling with a full staff. Also 1998 Macs? Why?Bizarro Lois: Very upsetting seeing them fight but it makes sense that their bizarro marriage sucks. Bizarro Lois “failed” as a mother. Anderson: Wait why is he suddenly not on Ally's side? Greaaaat, another random person know's Clark's identity.Um, where's Lucy? TERRIFYING CLIFFHANGER Follow us twitter @supermanpalspod
On this episode of the podcast we host the 4th Annual Boyask Awards – our nod to the best that action cinema had to offer in 2021. We look at Best Action Sequence, Best Fight Scene, Best Stunt Sequence, Standout Action Performer of 2022 and more plus induct THREE new members to the Ross And Phil Hall Of Fame.. Hosted by Award winning filmmaker Ross Boyask and blogger/writer/former filmmaker Phil Hobden. Discussed: The Lost City, Choose or Die, Uncharted, The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent, Choose Or Die, Showtime, Gilbert, The Northman, Zack Snyder's Justice League, Nobody, Raging Fire, Spider-Man: No Way Home, The Suicide Squad, Malignant, No Time To Die, Cop Shop, Tick Tick Boom, Villian, Blood Red Sky, The Last Mercenary, Mad Max Fury Road, Grosse Pointe Blank, Nicholas Tse, Bob Odenkirk, Carey Loftin, Andrew Garfield, Zack Snyder, James Gunn, Benny Chan, Brad Allan For more on Ross Boyask search @RossBoyask on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook. Also check out @EvoFilmsUK online. For more on Phil Hobden check out www.philsquickreview.co.uk to follow me on Letterboxd or check out PhilQuickReview on Twitter. Podcast available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music, Stitcher, TuneIn, GooglePlay, Anchor and here at www.rossandphiltalkmovies.co.uk #RossAndPhil #RossAndPhilTalkMovies #MoviePodcasts #Podcasts #wittertainment
|| Movie Rankings/Streaming Database: MovieRankings.net || BUY LCB MERCH: store.barstoolsports.com/collections/lights-camera-barstool || Subscribe to our YouTube channel: youtube.com/lightscamerabarstool || Featuring Appearances from Jeff, Gooch (Bobby), Rudy, Tommy, and Enrique || (0:00) - Intro || (3:34) - Hayden Christensen Watched Clone Wars and Rebels || (5:30) - First look at Zack Snyder's Rebel Moon || (8:20) - Johnny Depp Trial || (13:33) - Game of Thrones Massive Budget || (14:25) - Fast Food Talk || (18:30) - Matt Damon and Ben Affleck New Nike Film || (23:57) - Fire Island Trailer || (26:45) - Ad Read #1 || (27:28) - The Northman Review || (50:48) - Ad Read #2 || (51:40) - Movie Mega Draft
On this week's episode, Brett and Jesse tackle two new wide-release movies that are not only horror adjacent but highly anticipated: Robert Eggers' The Northman and Nicolas Cage as Nicolas Cage in The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent! Also, tons of horror and movie industry news including the fall of Netflix and rise of free ad supported streaming services (FAST) like Pluto and Tubi, Lionsgate updates on Blair Witch Project and Leprechaun, RIP Karyn Kusama's Dracula, new M. Night Shyamalan, Zack Snyder, Chucky season 2, Mindhunter season 3, Firestarter's surprise John Carpenter score, Fangoria's Chainsaw Awards, Halloween Ends tesae, Crimes of the Future David Cronenberg release date. The New Flesh podcast is the best horror podcast about horror movies and all things tangentially related to horror, horror movies and the horror lifestyle. Horror franchises, new horror releases, and all the horror news and movie industry news that's fit to print!
This episode, Jared hosts Dawson Wiedrich from the 4 Nerds podcast to discuss Frank Miller's work at DC comics, why the #SnyderVerse is great, the recent #OscarsFanCheerMoment win, the new Lego Star Wars Game, the chances that Warner Bros. Discovery will #RestoreTheSnyderVerse , and many other topics. Grab a chair and a snack and listen to comic fans discussing comic topics! Its always nice to connect with fellow #ZackSnyder fans! Also, it's nice to meet people who prefer DC to Marvel as we are a rare breed. Email us below who else you want us to bring on the show and what you think of the chances that the SnyderVerse will be restored. Subscribe for more interviews and Zack Snyder related content. Check out our awesome other shows on our Youtube Channel where we have other shows dedicated to a wide array of topics: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTtjdjM7N8_PLprDIdMJCWQ #RestoreTheSnyderVerse #ReleaseTheAyerCut #ZackSnydersJusticeLeague #WarnerBrosDiscovery #ZackSnyder #Frank Miller #DC #Comics Follow us on instagram: comicsleague2021 Email us: email@example.com Website: https://comicsleague.com
The Re:shoot crew has to find wit, bravery, and a knife that will come in handy later to fix Zack Snyder's underrated film. Do we succeed or are we trapped in a hellish mindscape. Tw: SA, mental health and mental health facilities, violence, death. We not, nor do we claim to, own the rights to this film in any way, shape, or form. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
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Today, Adam and Bailey talk about Netflix losing 200,000 subscribers in Q1 and are expected to lose 2 million by the end of the next quarter. Zack Snyder has started filming a movie he pitched to be a Star Wars film for Netflix. Ben Affleck and Matt Damon will work together again on a movie about the Nike deal with Michael Jordan. Please be sure to like and subscribe to our podcast and be sure to reach out to us!Socials:Instagram: abcinema.podTwitter: @abcinemapodcastLetterboxd: ABCinemaGmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome back to Gotham city! Things have changed since the last time we took a trip to that fictional city. Christian Bale & Ben Affleck are no longer the Batman du jour. They've been replaced by Robert Pattinson as the caped crusader. The director chair once under the responsability of Christopher Nolan & Zack Snyder is now under the control of Matt Reeves who even co-wrote this latest adaptation of the famous DC comics character. Discussing the film in this episode are Jason & Matt who will give you the nitty-gritty details of "The Batman"!
Career Q&A with Joel Edgerton. Moderated by Jenelle Riley, Variety. Joel Edgerton currently stars as John Connolly in BLACK MASS alongside Johnny Depp. He was honored for his performance as Tom Buchanan in “The Great Gatsby,” Baz Luhrmann's 2013 screen adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic novel. Edgerton won Australian Film Institute (AFI) and Film Critics Circle of Australia (FCCA) Awards and was nominated for an Australian Film Critics Association Award, all in the category of Best Supporting Actor. Edgerton more recently directed, wrote, produced and starred in the psychological thriller “The Gift,” also starring Jason Bateman and Rebecca Hall. The independent film delivered tremendously, with a 93% Rotten Tomatoes score and an opening weekend of $12 million. He also starred opposite Christian Bale in Ridley Scott's biblical epic “Exodus: Gods and Kings.” Edgerton's upcoming credits include starring roles in Jeff Nichols' sci-fi thriller “Midnight Special,” and Gavin O'Connor's Western “Jane Got a Gun,” with Natalie Portman and Ewan McGregor. He is currently reunited with Nichols on the fact-based drama “Loving,” about the couple whose challenge to Virginia's interracial marriage ban led to a landmark Supreme Court case. In 2012, Edgerton gained international attention with his role in Kathryn Bigelow's award winning true-life drama “Zero Dark Thirty.” That same year, he starred opposite Jennifer Garner in Peter Hedges' “The Odd Life of Timothy Green,” and in “Wish You Were Here,” winning an FCCA Award for Best Actor. His other recent film credits include the drama “Felony,” which he also wrote and produced and which premiered at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival; Gavin O'Connor's drama “Warrior,” with Tom Hardy and Nick Nolte; the horror thriller “The Thing,” the prequel to John Carpenter's cult classic; and David Michôd's “Animal Kingdom,” for which he won AFI and FCCA Awards for Best Supporting Actor. Edgerton had earlier starred in such films as “The Square,” directed by his brother Nash Edgerton; the Australian feature “Acolytes”; “Whisper,” with Josh Holloway”; the crime thriller “Smokin' Aces”; the drag comedy “Kinky Boots”; and George Lucas's blockbusters “Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones” and “Episode III – Revenge of the Sith,” playing the young Owen Lars, who would become Uncle Owen to Luke Skywalker. He also lent his voice to Zack Snyder's animated feature “Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole” and the Oscar nominated animated short “The Mysterious Geographic Explorations of Jasper Morello,” performing the title role. Born in New South Wales, Australia, Edgerton attended the Nepean Drama School in western Sydney. He went on to appear in various stage productions, most notably with the Sydney Theatre Company in “Blackrock,” “Third World Blues” and “Love for Love”; and the Bell Shakespeare, where he appeared in “Henry IV.” In 2009, he returned to the stage to star as Stanley Kowalski, alongside Cate Blanchett's Blanche DuBois, in the Sydney Theatre Company's acclaimed production of “A Streetcar Named Desire.” The pair also performed the play to sold-out audiences at the Kennedy Center in November of that year, followed by a run at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) in December. On Australian television, he is known for playing the role of Will in the long-running series “The Secret Life of Us,” for which he was nominated for an AFI Award.
From the heart of the Mongolian steppe, to North China's loess plateaus; from the rugged edges of Northern India, to the hot sands of Syria and the Levant, to humid jungles in southeastern Asia, rocky islands off the coast of Japan, the high peaks of the Caucasus, Himalayas, Altai, Tien Shan and Carpathian Mountains, to the frozen rivers in Rus' granting access to Eastern Europe, and everywhere in between. Our series on the Mongol Empire has taken you across Eurasia, meeting all sorts of figures; the brutal Tamerlane, the indefatigable Sultan Baybars, the brave if shortsighted Jalal al-Din Mingburnu and his foolish father Muhammad Khwarezmshah; the cunning Jia Sidao, the silver-tongued Qiu Chuji, the thorough scholar Rashid al-Din, and travellers like John de Plano Carpini, William of Rubruck, and Ibn Battuta, to the exhausted but noble-hearted Yelü Chücai. And of course, the Mongols themselves: the powerful Öz Beğ, Khan of the Golden Horde; the thorough and pious convert Ghazan Il-Khan; the scheming Du'a of the Chagatais, the stout Qaidu Khan of the Ögedaids, to the Great Khans of the thirteenth century, the most powerful of men; Khubilai, whose hands scrambled for more until his body and empire failed his ambitions; his brother Möngke, whose steely determination sought to solidify the empire at all costs, no matter the bloodshed; Güyük, a reluctant and unfortunate man to ascend to the throne; his mother Törögene, whose fierce will forced her son to that same throne; Ögedai, a drunk who despite his failings built the infrastructure of the empire. And of course, Chinggis himself; once a scared boy in the steppes, turned into the greatest conqueror of them all. Today we end our journey with the Empire of the Great Khans, and reflect on the passage of the Chinggisids. I'm your host David, and this is Kings and Generals, Ages of Conquest. Back in our first episode, we highlighted certain trends to look for over the course of this series. The first emphasized looking for the middle ground between the Mongols as inherently evil or good forces, but as people whose expansion was rooted in historical events and personages. The second was the struggles that came with the management of a world empire, and the need to rely on non-Mongolian subject peoples—Chinese, Central Asian Muslims, Persians, Turks and others. The third was the struggle for the purpose of the empire; should it be continued conquest, or consolidation and serving the needs of the imperial princes. This was the balance between the Khan and his central government, or the Chinggisid and military aristocrats. The fourth was the steady assimilation, particularly Turkification, of the Mongols outside of Mongolia, as Mongolian was replaced as the language of administration, legitimacy and finally, among the ruling family itself, even while retaining the Mongolian imperial ideology. Regarding the first theme, we have sought to highlight in our many discussions of sources their often complicated, conflicting portrayals or events and persons. While authors like Ibn al-Athir, Nasawi and Juzjani had little good to say about the Mongols or Chinggis Khan, and fit well with the popular model the destructive brute, we've also looked at many sources which had more positive portrayals of the khans. Some of these are rather obvious, imperial-produced sources such as the Secret History of the Mongols, but even sources from outside the empire could give glowing reviews of Chinggis Khan. For instance, the fourteenth century English writer Geoffrey Chaucer, in the Squire's Tale of his famous Canterbury Tales, opens with the following lines: At Tzarev in the land of Tartary There dwelt a king at war with Muscovy Which brought the death of many a doughty man This noble king was known as Cambuskan And in his time enjoyed such great renown That nowhere in that region up or down Was one so excellent in everything; Nothing he lacked belonging to a king. Written at the same time as Toqtamish Khan of the Golden Horde was fighting for control of that Khanate, here Chaucher remembered Chinggis Khan not as a bloodthirsty barbarian, but as a monarch embodying all ideal qualities of kingship. Chaucer continues thusly; As to the faith in which he had been born He kept such loyalties as he had sworn, Then he was powerful and wise and brave, Compassionate and just, and if he gave His word he kept it, being honourable, The same to all, benevolent, and stable As is a circle's centre; and in fight As emulous as any squire or knight. Young personable, fresh and fortunate, Maintaining such a kingliness of state There never was his match in mortal man, This noble king, this Tartar Cambuskan. For writers in fourteenth century England, obviously distant from the Mongol Empire itself, it was not unbecoming to idealize the portrayal of Chinggis Khan. This is not to say that Chaucher's description is accurate, or necessarily reflects any actual qualities about the man or any of his descendants. But rather, it reflects historical perception. How an individual is perceived by contemporaries, history, and modern people often bears little resemblance to actual details of the individual. Instead, people will contort an image for whatever use suits their current purposes, context and political climate. Thus, warlords from the late imperial, and post-Mongol world styled Chinggis' image to suit their needs. In Central Asia Chinggisid descent remained one of the most prestigious, and necessary, requirements for rulership up until the nineteenth century in some areas. This was problematic though with the spread of Islam, given that Chinggis Khan's actual life produced very few episodes to nicely accommodate an Islamic narrative. Certain Persian writings during the Ilkhanate sought to fix this by making Chinggis a Muslim in all but name. On the tomb of Tamerlane, an inscription likely added during the reign of his grandson Ulugh Beğ, makes Tamerlane a descendant of both the Prophet Muhammad and of Chinggis Khan. Later post-imperial authors had a more direct solution; simply making Chinggis Khan outright a Muslim. As the destruction of the conquests slipped further back in time, this became easier and easier to accomplish. Religion was not the only aspect which can be molded, for Chinggis' very status as a Mongol becomes malleable in state efforts to construct national mythos, in both medieval and modern settings. Today, you can find countries where official propaganda, or influential theorists, incorporate Chinggis into the desired story of their nation-state. In China, there remains a significant Mongolian population, largely in what the Chinese call the Inner Mongolian Autonomous Region, the land south of the Gobi desert but north of the mountains which divide it from the North China plain. The Chinese government has taken to presenting China's non-Han peoples, Mongols among them, more or less as Chinese minority peoples and actively encourages their adoption of the state-language, Mandarin, and Han Chinese culture. In this view, the Mongol conquests are sometimes presented as a period of national reunification rather than foreign conquest. The efforts of Khubilai Khaan to legitimize the Yuan Dynasty based on Chinese dynastic legal precedent becomes the quote-on-quote “historical evidence,” that Chinggis Khan was actually Chinese, or that in fact, the Mongol conquerors were fully assimilated into the Chinese population and culture. The borders of the Yuan Dynasty served to justify later Chinese territorial claims in Inner Mongolia, Xinjiang, Manchuria, Tibet and Yunnan; places that were, before the Mongols, inconsistently in the Chinese sphere of influence, but since the conquests have often remained dominated by empires based in China. Not coincidentally, such narratives serve to support the narrative of 5,000 years of a continuous Chinese Empire, and remove the sting that may accompany the embarrassment of being conquered by perceived barbarians. Likewise, various Turkic peoples, most notably Kazakhs, Tatars, and Anatolian Turks, have sought to claim Chinggis as their own, and there are even groups in Korea and Japan that will argue that Chinggis was actually one of theirs. The Japanese version has Chinggis as the Samurai Minamoto no Yoshitsune, who faked his death and fled Japan for the steppe! Khubilai's later invasions of Japan again become not foreign assaults, but attempts at national reunification or the efforts by Yoshitsune's descendants to return home. And of course, fringe groups even in Europe and Russia which, refusing to believe a barbarian horseman could conquer such great states, insist that Chinggis was actually a red-haired, green-eyed man of European ancestry. Such claims often include vague references to the mummies of the Tarim Basin, who bore some features associated with Caucasian populations. The fact that these mummies pre-date Chinggis by millenia is often conveniently left out. All of these people care much more about ethnic categorization than Chinggis himself likely ever did. Just as religion or ethnicity can be forced to fit certain agendas, so too can portrayal as barbarian or saviour. In Mongolia today, Chinggis Khan's unification of the Mongols, his introduction of a writing system, religious tolerance, laws and stability are most heavily emphasized. For building a post-soviet national identity, obviously these are useful attributes to appeal to for the desired national character. But the Mongolian governmet also tends to gloss over the aspects less appreciated in the twenty-first century: namely, the destruction of people and property on a massive scale, mass-rapes, towers of skulls and wars of conquest. The fact that Mongolia's two neighbours, Russia and China, suffered particularly under Mongol onslaughts, also avoids some diplomatic hurdles to step past these military aspects. For most of the twentieth century during Mongolia's years as a Soviet satellite state, Chinggis was largely pushed aside, framed as a feudal lord. Instead, Mongolia's hero of the 1921 socialist revolution, Damdin Sükhbaatar, became the preferred national icon. After Mongolia was democratized in the 1990s after the fall of the USSR, Chinggis Khan has seen a massive resurgence in popularity. Today, Chinggis and Sükhbaatar remain national icons, with monuments to both throughout the country. Outside Mongolia's parliament, the main square has changed names from Sükhbaatar to Chinggis Square, and since back to Sükhbaatar square. An equestrian statue to Sükhbaatar sits in the middle of that square. More than a few foreign observers had mistakenly called this a statue of Chinggis. In fact, only a few metres away from the equestrian statue of Sükhbaatar sits a massive Chinggis Khan on a throne flanked by his generals, at the top of the steps leading into Mongolia's parliament. In a way it is metaphorical. No matter how prominent any later hero of Mongolia may be, he will always stand in the shadow of Chinggis Khan. And that's not even mentioning the 40 metre tall silver monstrosity about 50 kilometres outside of Ulaanbaatar. Speaking of state narratives, much of the cost for this statue was covered by the company owned by Khaltmaagin Battulga, a former professional sambo wrestler who from 2017-2021 served as the fifth President of Mongolia. Outside of Mongolia though, Chinggis and the Mongol Empire remain a top-point of reference to paint someone in the most unfavourable light. One of the highest level cases of recent years was when the President of Iraq, the late Saddam Hussein, compared former US President George W. Bush to Hülegü, Chinggis' grandson and conqueror of Baghdad. The American bombing and capture of Baghdad, and ensuing tragedies that Iraq as suffered in the aftermath of the campaign, have only solidified the connection for a number of Muslims. Meanwhile Russian television and education tend to present the Mongols in a style comparable to Zack Snyder's film 300, such as the 2017 Russian film Легенда о Коловрате [Legenda O Kolovrate], also known as Furious. Like the Spartans in the film or Frank Miller's graphic novel, the Rus' soldiers are presented as formidable warriors fighting monstrous, untrained hordes from the east. Only through sheer numbers or trickery do the disgusting Orientals overcome the pasty-white heroes of the story— though few of the heroes in the Russian films have Scottish accents. Russia has turned the so-called Tatar Yoke into a catch-all to explain any perceived deficiencies compared to western Europe, from government absolutism to alcoholism. Not only the Russians have employed the comparison: “scratch a Russian and you'll find a Tatar,” Napoleon Bonaparte is supposed to have quipped. And in 2018 the Wall Street Journal released a particularly poorly written article, which compared the political machinations of current president Vladimir Putin as “Russia's turn to its Asian past,” accompanied by vague comparisons to the Mongols and an awful portrait of Putin drawn in Mongolian armour. In contrast, the Russian Defence Minister, at the time of writing, is Sergei Shoigu, a fellow of Tuvan descent who is alleged to enjoy comparisons of himself to Sübe'edei, the great Mongol general popularly, though inaccurately, portrayed as a Tuvan. The 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine, essentially a good old-fashioned war of conquests accompanied by war crimes and destruction of cities, has also earned many comparisons to the Mongol conquests by many online commentators. Though unlike the Russians, the Mongols actually took Kyiv. Somewhat surprisingly, most cinematic portrayals of Chinggis himself lean towards sympathetic or heroic. One of the most recent is a 2018 Chinese film entitled Genghis Khan in English, which features a slim Chinese model in the titular role, and one of his few depictions without any facial hair. In that film he battles a bunch of skeletons and monsters, and it could be best described as “not very good,” as our series researcher can, unfortunately, attest. One popular portrayal is the 2007 film Mongol, directed by Sergei Bodrov and starring a Japanese actor in the role of Chinggis. That actor, by the way, went on to play one of Thor's buddies in the Marvel movies. Here, Chinggis is a quiet, rather thoughtful figure, in a film which emphasizes the brutal childhood he suffered from. Another sympathetic portrayal, and one perhaps the most popular in Mongolia, is the 2004 Inner Mongolian series where Ba Sen, an actor who claims descent from Chagatai and appeared in the previously two mentioned films, plays the role of Chinggis. Hollywood does not tend to portray Chinggis Khan or the Mongols in films at all, but when it does, it really goes for a swing and a miss. Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure has Chinggis essentially only a step above a cave-man in that film. Other Hollywood endeavours are infamous for having non-Asian actors in the role, such as Egyptian-born Omar Shariff in 1965's Genghis Khan, Marvin Miller in 1951's The Golden Horde and the most infamous of them all, the cowboy John Wayne in 1956's The Conqueror. That film's theatrical release poster bears the tasteful tagline of, “I am Temujin…barbarian… I fight! I love! I conquer… like a Barbarian!” The film was also produced by Howard Hughes, founder of Playboy Magazine, and was filmed near a nuclear testing site. As you may suspect, that film bears as much resemblance to the historical events as an opium-induced fever dream. The appearance and depiction of Chinggis and his successors varies wildly. The internet today loves the stories of Chinggis being the ancestor of millions of people, and killing so many people that it changed the earth's climate. The articles that made both of these claims though, rested on shaky evidence. In the first, which we dedicated an entire episode of this podcast too, the study claimed that high rates of a certain haplotype among the Hazara of Afghanistan demonstrated that Chinggis himself bore that haplotype, and Chinggis was extrapolated to be the ancestor of other peoples bearing such a haplotype. But the historical sources indicate Chinggis and his immediate descendants spent little time in Afghanistan, and the associated Haplotype was probably one associated with various populations leaving Mongolia over centuries, rather than specifically Chinggis himself. Likewise, the study which spawned the claim that the Mongols killed enough people to cool the climate, firstly did not make that claim itself, but moreso incorrectly made the Mongol conquests last from 1206 to 1380, and presented it as an almost two-century period of population decline brought on by Mongolian campaigns; despite the fact that the major destructive Mongolian military campaigns largely halted after 1279. While campaigns continued after that, they were never on the level of the great-campaigns of conquest. Thus it's irresponsible to claim that any atmospheric carbon loss over the fourteenth century was brought on by continued Mongol military efforts. What these two popular descriptions lend themselves to, is one of extremes. The internet loves extremes of anything. For instance, since 1999 the Internet has always sought to outdo itself in declaring the latest Star Wars product to actually be the worst thing ever made. And the Mongol Empire, as history's largest contiguous land-empire, responsible for immense destruction and long-ranging campaigns and forced migrations, can easily slot in this ‘extreme manner.' A “top-ten” list where the author writes about how the Mongols were the most extreme and destructive and badass thing ever, repeating the same 10 facts, probably gets released on the internet every other month. Just as national-myth makers in Ulaanbaatar, Beijing and Moscow set how to portray the Mongol Empire in the way most suited to them, so too does the internet and its writers choose an aspect of the empire to emphasis; be it religious tolerance, free-trade, brutality, multi-culturalism, Islam, clash of civilizations, human impact on climate, the territorial expanse of a certain country or its national identity, or whatever argument the author hopes to make. The Mongol Empire though remains in the past, and should be treated, and learned about, as such. The events which led to the rise, expansion and fall of the Mongol Empire do not fit into nice, sweeping modern narratives, but their own historical context and situation. The Mongol Empire was not predetermined to ever expand out of Mongolia, or to break apart in 1260; had Chinggis Khan been struck by an arrow outside the walls of Zhongdu, or Möngke lived another ten years, in both cases the empire, and indeed the world, would look dramatically different. History is not the things which ought to be or needed to happen or were supposed to happen; it is the things that did happen, and those things did not occur simply for the purposes of the modern world to exist. A million choices by hundreds of millions of individuals, affected by climate and geography with a healthy dose of luck and happenstance, resulted in the world as we know it. Reading backwards from the present to understand the course of the Mongol Empire, and attempting to make it fit into the political narratives we like today, only does a disservice to history. It should be seen not as a virtuous force bringing continental peace justified by easier trade, nor as a demonic horde, but as an event within human history, in which real humans took part, where great tragedy occured in the pursuit of empire. History is not just written by the victor of the actual battles; as we've detailed across this series, we have no shortage of historical sources on the Mongol Empire; imperial approved sources, sources by travellers passing through the empire, to sources written by the peoples the Mongols crushed. Instead, the history learned in schools and passed down through historical memory and media is built on top of preferred state narratives, those made today and in the past. Our series on the Mongol Empire concludes next week with a final afterward on Mongolia after 1368, so be sure to subscribe to the Kings and Generals podcast to follow. If you enjoyed this was want to help us keep bringing you great content, then consider supporting us on patreon at www.patreon.com/kingsandgenerals. This episode was researched and written by our series historian, Jack Wilson. I'm your host David, and we'll catch you on the next one.
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The Batman marks the return of the Dark Knight to the big screen since the collapse of Warner giving the keys to Zack Snyder. Now with a focus not on a gran universe for Batman, Robert Patterson steps in to take the cape and cowl of Batman. WIth Matt Reeves as the director, he looks to take the Batman in a new direction focusing less on Bruce Wayne and more on the detective nature of The Caped Crusader. Tune into this spoiler cast for The Batman. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/game-pass-or-pass/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/game-pass-or-pass/support
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#PAMelpodcast returns with all the energy for our English language audience, today we talk about Sonic 2: the best way Jim Carrey says goodbye, Star Wars is having a project with Zack Snyder, Toei Animation Studio's hack attack was not an accident; they're asking for a rescue on the stolen information, HBO Max anounces project of an LGBTQ+ superhero, Dr Strange 2 presale is a mess in Mexico, a reboot of Urusei Yatsura is announced and more!In the purest style of @ rudyman7653 and @ redassassin55 #PAMelpodcast
It's our 300th episode of Story Screen Presents, y'all!! To celebrate, Robby Anderson, Bernadette Gorman-White and Mike Burdge got together to chat about the film, 300, and Zack Snyder in general, who is a director we very rarely cover on the cast but for whom we all have very interesting (but nice!) opinions on. We wanna thank all of our listeners, both new and old, for all the fun times we've had for the past five years on this epic run of our lives. We absolutely love getting together to chat about movies and having y'all love it just as much. We want to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of you for the support and good times you've given us, and we hope you've dug (and will continue to dig) all our dumb bits, fascinating insights and superbly ridiculous hangs we've had for so long. We love ya, and thanks again. Let us know what you want out of the next 100 episodes (we're running out of ideas, y'all!) and enjoy our ramblings on one of the most influential (for better or worse) movies of the early 21st century. As always, listen on....
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Welcome to Episode 112 of StarkCast! I had an awesome time chatting with my eldest son, Aiden Stark. Lots of SPOILER talk in this one so be warned! We discuss the new movie Sonic The Hedgehog 2 at length before diving into the highs and lows of the MCU's phases one thru four. Aiden and I then talk about our favorite and least favorite live action-Batman movies as well as Zack Snyder's DCEU films. We also talk comics a bit with Watchmen, Invincible, and Descender, then touch on both the books and the films for Lord of the Rings and Dune, before finishing out the episode talking about Back to the Future. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/starkcastpod Twitter: @TheTubbyNinja Email: email@example.com Website: https://media.zencast.fm/starkcast StarkCast Intro & Outro Music by James Wetzel This podcast is powered by ZenCast.fm
The third film in our Self-Aware Horror cycle is 2002's zombie renaissance 28 Days Later 28 Days Later reanimated the zombie subgenre of horror, which had been left for dead and maligned where it always had been. Yes, technically speaking, the infected in the film are not zombies. But they might as well be. Zack Snyder's Dawn of the Dead remake came a couple of years later in 2004 and helped pushed the zombie genre fully into the mainstream where it stayed for the next 18 years. The highly popular tv series, The Walking Dead, is finally ending this year after twelve years on the air and two spin-off series with more to come. Zombies don't die. While director Danny Boyle and writer Alex Garland have attempted to play down the zombie connection, 28 Days Later plays like an intricate and explosive hommage to George Romero's original Dead trilogy. Shot entirely on early digital video recorders, the film maintains a late 90s early 2000s look that is post analog but Pre HD. Even less appealing than the film's digital graininess is its cynical depiction of humanity as the last vestiges of the civilized world fall away. It is a nightmare that feels all too true and relevant to today's world. Special Guest: Good friend of the show, Riley, who is our resident Wes Craven scholar. For our chaser film, we have chosen 1997's Scream 2, the slasher thrill ride that came out less than a year after the original. Craven and Williamson are back here with the mainline cast and a tight story that somehow doesn't tarnish the first film. Often cited as one of the best horror sequels, Scream 2 is now 25 years old, so perhaps it is time to question its lauded status?