DP/30: The Oral History Of Hollywood
DP/30: The Oral History Of Hollywood
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  • craig o'day
    craig o'day 2 hours ago

    Travis is by far the best actor ! He kills it as Ragnar and he doesn’t have that much acting experience like he was an afl football player in Australia he’s not classically trained ‘ the show is shit without him 😂

  • Angelica Plebani
    Angelica Plebani 5 hours ago

    3:08 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 Yes, I'm Italian

  • Hey its me
    Hey its me 11 hours ago

    What a wreck of an infp did you set up there?! It's just ridiculous. Next time you should pick people with a more similar spiritual development.

  • pat piccione
    pat piccione 12 hours ago

    Matthias chooses movie roles that find him in unchartered waters, unless he;s working in Hollywood. As times goes on he will receive more and more recognition. The movie world is taking so many twists and turns. It will be so wonderful to see the Terry Mallick movie he has just completed.

  • J Taylor
    J Taylor 13 hours ago

    Seeing this for the first time in 2020. Makes me want to go rewatch from the beginning again. Love these guys!

  • Justin Zuleta
    Justin Zuleta 18 hours ago

    He's so well spoken. He was one of the first men that I think introduced me to more outlandish forms of filmmaking. His version of Gatsby was so lush and beautiful. His filter work is perfect and his angles are incredibly sharp. I feel like he had an impact on my style more than Spielberg.

  • Samantha
    Samantha 18 hours ago

    the interviewer when he was talking about if timmy wants to be famous kind of came off rude. like why would he make him feel anxious by saying u didn’t answer the question. like chill he answered it flawlessly...

  • Mary Grant
    Mary Grant 19 hours ago

    Where can we actually watch the whole movie? TVclip only has the trailers and documentaries.

  • Izobel315
    Izobel315 20 hours ago

    30:55 why’d he have to be so mean about it. Poor little Timothée looked so sad after

  • Saham
    Saham 22 hours ago

    Wow, that’s an interview of a big gun! Tyvm

  • Studio Céleste
    Studio Céleste 23 hours ago

    I'm marveling at the energy of those two brothers. I've never seen two people just so full of unflagging creative energy. I've yet to see the film but I have the impression it's going to be an emotional ride.

  • Sam Luo
    Sam Luo Day ago

    Came here from Raging Bull

  • Jeremias Sur
    Jeremias Sur Day ago

    What a cool guy

  • PersepolisBand

    Their school is Saint Luc and not Saint Lucas lol that’s not the same thing

  • Artem Davydov
    Artem Davydov Day ago

    This is SImon Pegg and Nick Frost

    • Barney Pinder
      Barney Pinder Day ago

      Artem Davydov 👆👆🤣🤣 FROM DUSK TILL SHAWN

  • 2020 Teen
    2020 Teen Day ago

    I hate the ending I fucking hate the ending 😤😤😤

  • Victoria J
    Victoria J Day ago

    I hope Joker wins best picture. My favorite film of the year. Thanks for fighting for it.

    • Jake
      Jake 16 hours ago

      Joker is not bad but there are at least 5 other films this year that deserve best picture before it.

    • Russel Jimmies
      Russel Jimmies Day ago

      Victoria J Parasite?

  • Diego Pisfil
    Diego Pisfil Day ago

    And the Oscar goes to................

  • Shirizan fanzdah

    How boorish, and classless.

  • Progresser _
    Progresser _ Day ago

    Emma is great producer, Scorsese always working in long term with trusted creative people like Emma and Editor Thelma schoonmaker and also few years with the cinematographer Rodrigo prieto

  • Omar Naqvi
    Omar Naqvi Day ago

    Legend

  • fernanda alva
    fernanda alva Day ago

    Mas fuerte que patada de hallanamiento

  • T LC
    T LC Day ago

    Is his eyes green?

  • Dina Marzouki
    Dina Marzouki Day ago

    interviewer indécent et désagréable il me fout en rogne mais tfaçons c'est les hommes ça ils voient une femme avec un beau visage et ils la réduisent à ça. Marine toujours aussi belle et pensive, avec une voix très reposante et des réponses réfléchies et pertinentes coeur sur toi bichette

    • Dina Marzouki
      Dina Marzouki Day ago

      ah aussi marine c'est le paroxysme du charisme des gestes et une manière de se mouvoir envoutants et qui restent d'un naturel presque déstabilisant...

  • Sim midou midou Sim

    Adil belarbi et bilall fellah sont deux réalisateurs marocains qui ont mis en scène le troisième volet du film culte Bad boys for life interprété par will Smith et Martin Lawrence et on est fiers comme marocains de voir ces jeunes marocains de faire réaliser ce film avec de grands acteurs comme will Smith et Martin Lawrence , c'est vraiment époustouflant .❤️🇲🇦🇲🇦🇲🇦🇲🇦🇲🇦🇲🇦🇲🇦🇲🇦🇲🇦

  • Studio Céleste

    Great interview; well done with the setting and lighting and great questions. He's just such a blisteringly-talented actor and although he likely doesn't find himself fascinating he certainly is, and it's lovely to hear his take on things. Our world needs true artists to keep us refreshed and inspired and connected to things that are meaningful and beautiful and poetic.

  • 1057stial
    1057stial Day ago

    Who's he looking at? Someone's on the right :)

  • LL
    LL 2 days ago

    I just love her, she is fantastic

  • Swamp Yankee
    Swamp Yankee 2 days ago

    Hate to make such a shallow comment about someone so talented ...but my lord she is attractive! Zero idea what her age is in this video but ...damn!

  • ed campion
    ed campion 2 days ago

    Even though shes beautiful she seems even more beautiful on the inside

  • Aaron Salve
    Aaron Salve 2 days ago

    I just realized this but Archie Yates looks like a younger version of Ricky gervais 😂😂 look at his photo at 0:54

  • rain74925
    rain74925 2 days ago

    If anyone wants to learn of Armie or know he's really like, they should watch this interview. He's not a phony, he's not pretentious, he's articulate and he's open. If you really know him, he's a generous, open and one of the least egotistic person. He is precious as a human being. I wish most people see him the way he really is.

  • Implosive Lightbulb

    These Guys are true Belgian Lions! 🇧🇪

    • tarik rajawix
      tarik rajawix 19 hours ago

      If they are some criminals or terrorist you will not say about them belgians you will call them moroccans

  • marc layne
    marc layne 3 days ago

    Israel, is only democracy in mid-east...thats why Her neighbors hate Her....

  • Thekidisalright
    Thekidisalright 3 days ago

    The real life Avengers. Kudos to all these journalists for their work.

  • Poetic Justice
    Poetic Justice 3 days ago

    Charismatic Cate. Such a gem.

  • sirartist1
    sirartist1 3 days ago

    20:18 😂

  • DjJokerr
    DjJokerr 3 days ago

    My favorite movie of 2019. Saw it 10 times..Too bad Hollywood doesn't like Cameron and purposely snubbed Alita at Oscar's and other awards shows. Alita easily would of won Best Special FX category.

  • Mecorion 1
    Mecorion 1 3 days ago

    Я думал это интро к порнухе, эх.

  • Fooey Yu
    Fooey Yu 3 days ago

    Both Dudes were great in this movie, RIP DFW (period)

  • RogueVideoRaven
    RogueVideoRaven 3 days ago

    Lucy Liu gives great financial advice lol

  • Any howe
    Any howe 4 days ago

    In other words, interviewer he works constantly, and he is passionate about his work, not mechanical, union oriented, stiffle environment hollywood type, money thinking onlh, hollyweirdwood. Learn from them you all have alot to learn you first this is not an interview but a cheating exchange on your part trying to steal his method of work which hopefully and frustadely you leave with a 1,2,3 answer, its a creative process constantly evolving, enfasizing the word evolve, of which creatures from hollyweird know nothing, not everything has a price.

    • DP/30: The Oral History Of Hollywood
      DP/30: The Oral History Of Hollywood 16 hours ago

      I've been interviewing Bong for years. He is a wonderful person and a brilliant filmmaker and I always feel compelled to take his temperature. I don't see that as offensive. Sorry if you do.

  • Rakesh mohandas
    Rakesh mohandas 4 days ago

    Small decisions people make make a big difference in my life daisylive/sobha

  • Any howe
    Any howe 4 days ago

    Interviewer where was Hollywood when he started in LA, did they care, ? No, so why if he has gone through the grind and has established himself with his WORK, films, why do you continue to insist in him needing Hollywood, ASk the right question, HOLLYWOOD needs him, different, aside from the fact, interviewer Hollywood is not creative, it has been stealing ideas from Korean film 100year indistry, romantic comedies etc, sick, discusting Get it interviewer, can you feel the shame of your insistent and unwanted approach towards a genious, get it, catturd.

  • LovelaS
    LovelaS 4 days ago

    Две проститутки как и фильм

  • aya lem
    aya lem 4 days ago

    11:47 you shit on me you shit on me guy 😂😂😂

  • Tina Bean
    Tina Bean 4 days ago

    I know what it’s like to have a sensitivity to light. It can be physically painful to be seated in front of stage lights like you are for Tv. I would imagine that being in isolation for so long can also make eye contact very uncomfortable. To have too many eyes staring at you, studying your expressions, and body language constantly. Searching you for signs of guilt/innocence could also be triggering. West of Memphis was far superior to the entire Paradise Lost trilogy. I felt it was more factual, and less sensational.

  • SITHWAX
    SITHWAX 4 days ago

    This is awesome

  • MichelleWho?
    MichelleWho? 4 days ago

    ...so handsome!😘💓😘

  • madurodamn
    madurodamn 4 days ago

    crazy he mentionned 'Flodder', it's like Porky's but then a blue collar family moves into a swanky mansion

  • Logan McNay
    Logan McNay 5 days ago

    *NOTES* Aaron Sorkin on The Social Network This is not a movie about FB, it's about friendship, loyalty, betrayal, trust, success. Movies are all about the showing the behind the scenes of the story. - On the West Wing, it's what you see on the 2 minutes before and after what they'll show on CNN - That's the same case here with the Social Network. It's the behind the curtain of how FB was invented - The juice of the irony is that the greatest social networking site was invented by people who had problems connecting socially. Good juxtapositions, good drama. - Mark's vision for FB was that it'd bring us all closer together, and instead it pulls us further apart Don't tell stories with agendas of any kind - A good film doesn't answer the question, it starts a conversation - Always hone down to the intention and obstacle. Somebody wants something, something's standing in their way from getting it - Don't tell the audience who a character is, show them what the character wants. This is much better storytelling The Social Network - The truth is that there were 2 lawsuits at the same time. - Every one of those stories had a different story - He likes the courtroom drama - He likes that the story is based on unreliable narrators and you have to pick your answer for the truth - Good drama is made from that - He tends to write characters that are hyper communicative, Mark is the antihero the first hour 55 minutes, the last 5 minutes being a tragic hero, meaning he's payed his price and experiences remorse. - The difference between page 2 and page nothing is life and death to him - You know you don't know what you're doing when the lines are coming out like honey; slowly. Know your intention and obstacle through and through, and then when it comes time to write, it'll come easily. - When you're working with others, you want to pick based on, if I fail, I want to fail in the trenches with these people - He is aware that everyone will compare the rest of his future movies to the social network. How do you keep making things with that pressure? Live with it and move on.

  • JASLEEN KAUR
    JASLEEN KAUR 5 days ago

    I love her,😍😍😍

  • tyron Gordon
    tyron Gordon 5 days ago

    Est ce qu on voit mes chaussettes ?

  • gina g
    gina g 5 days ago

    Archie is a mini version of Jack Black! Sooo cute!

  • urbano puga
    urbano puga 5 days ago

    Clasic film zardoz sean connery zeta

  • Kevin Kent
    Kevin Kent 5 days ago

    Good lord that is a good looking woman.

  • Tiana Morgan
    Tiana Morgan 5 days ago

    these guys are idiots lmao. I wanna see them in other films

  • OscarAHG
    OscarAHG 5 days ago

    I liked that the whole movie was in the Haberdashery

  • don juwann
    don juwann 5 days ago

    How great to see a local guy make it big,his Dad married my wife and I in 1989 in Saginaw when Dad was a minister at Bethlehem Lutheran

  • Charlotte D
    Charlotte D 5 days ago

    honestly was taken aback watching this movie, thought steve carell would be the comedic one and sam rockwell the serious one, but it was vice versa, just goes to show how diverse and talented the two actors are, amazing film

  • 2klatte
    2klatte 5 days ago

    Such an amazing old soul with deep talents beyond his years. Love him! Oh, and then he got Norman Bates!

  • Sandra Meyer
    Sandra Meyer 6 days ago

    I watch all her movies. I loved her in the original Swedish “The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo” movie trilogy!

  • blah blah
    blah blah 6 days ago

    Arrogant as Hell

  • Winston Wolf
    Winston Wolf 6 days ago

    4:49 If only that guy looked to his right.

  • Farhan M
    Farhan M 6 days ago

    So young, hats off to Sony for taking a chance on these 2. BB For Life was the best in the trilogy, it's achieved both critical and commercial success.

    • Deric James
      Deric James 2 days ago

      @Jim Cameron 90 million is a lot. Also Joker and Deadpool cost 50 million and they look great.

    • Jim Cameron
      Jim Cameron 5 days ago

      But almost without any XXL action scenes like Bay 1+2 sadly you can feel BAD BOYS 3 was very cheap made sequel only 90MIO

  • Broodkast8
    Broodkast8 6 days ago

    Flodder. ^^

  • Thor
    Thor 6 days ago

    Very articulate

  • Supriya Sharma
    Supriya Sharma 6 days ago

    this conversation was epic

  • Roido
    Roido 6 days ago

    Tobey described Kirsten's beauty so well in Spiderman. When she looks at you, you're just lost in here eyes. Just Perfection!

  • thezionsoho
    thezionsoho 6 days ago

    orange man bad..... what a shocker, another liberal elitist sucking weinstein's d9ck

  • Any howe
    Any howe 6 days ago

    America needs a big pill of humility, yes we live in the big planet of capitalism, yes we are on our way to losing our home because of the lack of humility and humanity, and drilling falloly away as the only way of direction, peace its nice.

  • Tattoo Quin
    Tattoo Quin 6 days ago

    Bro y’all did good asf on this movie ppl are saying micheal bay absence is a blessing lol

  • fgfgfgf drtduud
    fgfgfgf drtduud 6 days ago

    If you shoot with an array of cameras like Lytro you don't need to worry about 3D convergence and such.

  • fgfgfgf drtduud
    fgfgfgf drtduud 6 days ago

    Phones make up for having small sensors with having multiple and using computational photography to fill in the blanks. In near future you will be able to say move the light source in a scene after it was recorded as algos understand the image rather than seeing it as a table of RGB values.

  • Tongerse Viking
    Tongerse Viking 6 days ago

    Great interview!

  • Dexter Banks
    Dexter Banks 7 days ago

    Hmmmm...Archie is a little touchy feely.

  • Rick Foley
    Rick Foley 7 days ago

    "I can not lie. I'm not a good liar." 'wink' Genius.

  • peter miet
    peter miet 7 days ago

    Ze zijn altijd samen hoop echt dat jullie altijd bij elkaar blijven en trouw met twee zussen dan zijn ze ook samen en word het een big family

  • Eric Smith
    Eric Smith 7 days ago

    somehow I think these comments are curated. Surely I can't be the only person who found young Mr Yates insufferable. I thought his character in the movie was charming and very sweet and one of my favorite characters, but I had a hard time slogging through this interview.

    • DP/30: The Oral History Of Hollywood
      DP/30: The Oral History Of Hollywood 16 hours ago

      They are not curated at all. TVclip has some language and link filters, but every month or so I try to go push through stuff that should be seen and was caught in the filter.

    • avcbisu
      avcbisu 4 days ago

      he's... 11.....

  • ANDRUU SCOTT
    ANDRUU SCOTT 7 days ago

    Im here because supposedly Tom Cruise based Les Grossman from Tropic Thunder on this guy

  • ShadowT23
    ShadowT23 7 days ago

    You can really tell that he loves acting and that makes me appreciate this movie even more.

  • Yokky
    Yokky 7 days ago

    Kudos to the interviewer as well. Some interviewers are vacuous and don't know a thing about the deal, some of them are sometimes trying to much to be so very clever. This one seems ACTUALLY quite smart and knowledgeable. Cool to see that!

  • Yokky
    Yokky 7 days ago

    When all three - the director, the interpreter AND the interviewer really know what their doing! A great interview!

  • That One Weird Kid
    That One Weird Kid 7 days ago

    Interviewer: Maybe you could be evil! Freddie: Yeah, no one would expect me to be the killer at the end. Norman: Hey guys...

  • Suzy Mck
    Suzy Mck 8 days ago

    How can a human be so beautiful and fun to listen too, so smart, and such a talented actor, and perfect with Timoth'ee Calamet? Well, Armie Hammer fits this bill.💜

  • Anna Buonferrato
    Anna Buonferrato 8 days ago

    Perché in televisione non trasmettono i suoi film matthias sei bravissimo 🙋‍♀️

  • Kotov Sergey
    Kotov Sergey 8 days ago

    Экзаркополус такая пафосная здесь. Простая. А Сейду напротив - скромная аристократичная.

  • Sandra Lopes
    Sandra Lopes 8 days ago

    These two are so awesome!

  • Hanniffy Dinn
    Hanniffy Dinn 8 days ago

    Scott pilgrim is a cult masterpiece. Rewatchable as hell, the real sign of genius!

  • Jess Liaudin
    Jess Liaudin 8 days ago

    Those guys looked so passionate and really enjoying the journey. Good to see.

  • Sandy Beaches
    Sandy Beaches 8 days ago

    To me the movie 12 years a slave was so so hellified. It is the one best depiction of Slavery. Man's inhumanity to man.

  • CCreature
    CCreature 8 days ago

    I like the middle ground she seems to have taken as far as how she prepares for a movie and gets into character, and where she draws inspiration from of or lack thereof in this case. She seems incredibly grounded but is still able to go to places that seem so visceral and was by far the most captivating performance to watch in this movie, for me. It translates in hearing her talk about it too, I don't feel like i'm listening to some pretentious wench jack themselves off about the artform and blah blah blah.

  • 1pilot2000
    1pilot2000 8 days ago

    There's a fine line between Christof's demeanor as an actor and as a person.

  • 1Galan
    1Galan 8 days ago

    Snub of the year...snub of the decade, snub of the century, snub of a lifetime #LoveAlita #AlitaAnniversary #AlitaSequel #AlitaArmy

  • MIKEXCER
    MIKEXCER 8 days ago

    It’s funny to see how he was worried about people cultural appropriating him but they ended fucking with him

  • dramallama gino
    dramallama gino 8 days ago

    I wanna join their friend group lol

  • Wim VE
    Wim VE 8 days ago

    I'm from BE, I love these guys ... Black, which got he attention is a really dark gritty but very moving movie. Appreciate the fact that you took the time to talk to these guys. And, if you hadn't noticed, they're hilarious ... Nice interview!!

  • Malicious
    Malicious 9 days ago

    Brice even looks at Mark as he is still Josef😂 I love it.

  • Tom Hahnl
    Tom Hahnl 9 days ago

    Greatest Interview ever! Going to see Bad Boys for Life next week, already know that I'm going to love it ;-)

  • Tom Hahnl
    Tom Hahnl 9 days ago

    Love these guys, there are really passionate!!!