VP of Marketing for FANGORIA and lover of any movie coffee table book, Brandon has turned his love of cantina aliens and SFX winners into a full-fledged career.
The first time anyone caught a glimpse of the now infamous bounty hunter was in the 1978 Star Wars Holiday Special. Yep. That one. We talk to Boba Fett's animator, the great John Celestri all about it: how Lucas got involved, what their inspirations were, and just a ton of great stories. Some other topics include: - Growing up wanting to be an animator (and being self-taught) - Getting involved with Nelvana (known for Ewoks and Droids), as well as how George Lucas first heard about the studio through Cosmic Christmas - Inspirations for the short ranging from Heavy Metal magazine and Moebius to Clint Eastwood You have a week, as of this publishing, to help with Mr. Celestri’s Kickstarter and get that Boba Fett sketch for yourself: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/johncelestri/john-the-animator-comicx For even more Lucasfilm animation stories, check out Skytalkers’ incredible 3-part deep dive about animation: https://skytalkers.com/2020/07/25/star-wars-animation-1978-2012/ It is always so appreciated if you can leave a 5-star review of the show right here on your favorite podcast app, or on Podchaser: podchaser.com/TalkingBay94 Transcripts of previous episodes are starting to become available over at talkingbay94.com, which I hope will serve as a resource. For the rest of October, we have some incredible guests lined up: pre-production wizard David Dozoretz, the geniuses at BLIND LTD, and author of the infamous but beloved Glove of Darth Vader series: Paul Davids. As well as a few Mandalorian-related surprises. For more behind-the-scenes stuff, as well as a link to some of our other in-depth interviews, check out: Website: www.TalkingBay94.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/TalkingBay94 Facebook: www.facebook.com/TalkingBay94 Instagram: www.instagram.com/TalkingBay94
This month on Ain't Slayed Nobody: the posse's past comes back to haunt them as the townsfolk of Las Cruces use some good old trial and error to find some answers about what happened at Baylor Peak. With court now in session, the investigators had better get their stories straight if they hope to make it out unscathed. What will be the consequences of their actions? Has their luck finally run out? And most importantly, will they finally learn a valuable lesson about how they treat NPCs?
The Armorer herself, the great Emily Swallow, from The Mandalorian, is on the show today. "This is the way." It was so great to be able to dive deep into her instantly iconic performance. We talk all about what it was like to work in The Volume, be directed by Dave Filoni, Deborah Chow and Taika Waititi, and the influences and experiences she brought to her portrayal. More topics include: - Bringing the Armorer to life with previous mask work / mime work experience - Kurosawa's influence on both her character and the Mando set - Breaking the news to her about the Armorer's Black Series toy - The (surprise) Season 2 trailer voiceover - And what exactly a blacksmith advisor was doing on on set! It is always so appreciated if you can leave a 5-star review of the show right here on your favorite podcast app, or on Podchaser: podchaser.com/TalkingBay94 Transcripts of previous episodes are starting to become available over at talkingbay94.com, which I hope will serve as a resource. For the rest of October, we have some incredible guests lined up: pre-production wizard David Dozoretz, the geniuses at BLIND LTD, and author of the infamous but beloved Glove of Darth Vader series: Paul Davids. For more behind-the-scenes stuff, as well as a link to some of our other in-depth interviews, check out: Website: www.TalkingBay94.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/TalkingBay94 Facebook: www.facebook.com/TalkingBay94 Instagram: www.instagram.com/TalkingBay94
In this special episode of Ain't Slayed Nobody: our investigators come to some terrifying conclusions as their ill-fated adventure in UNLAND finally ends (or does it?). Lives are shattered as easily as mirrors as dark truths come to light and reality proves only skin deep in this place. What is dead may never die, especially in UNLAND, and our parkour enthusiasts may learn that some things are, perhaps, even worse than death. What truths await the investigators at the end of the ride? Who will leave the park and who will stay? What horrors still lurk in the shadows? The truth will come out. One way or another. With Scott Dorward as Keeper and guest-starring Joe Trier and Eoghan from How We Roll.
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Creator Details

Birthdate
Jul 15th, 1992
Location
Dallas, Texas, United States of America
Episode Count
195
Podcast Count
8
Total Airtime
4 days, 18 hours
PCID
Podchaser Creator ID logo 619945