On The Subject: Of Baby Driver

This closes our look at the films of Edgar Wright and the extended Cornetto Trilogy. We end with One Killer Track about Baby Driver and the culmination of everything Wright has worked on to get to this point and put our a fast paced action film full of sweet music and fun comedy.

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  • "All You Need is One Killer Track"

BOX OFFICE  Released July 2nd 2017

Budget: $34,000,000

Domestic: $107,825,862

Foreign: $119,119,225

Worldwide: $228,104,185

Opening Weekend: $20,553,320

Opened #2 run 16.3 weeks 114 days

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  • The Big Sick June 28th

  • Despicable Me 3 June 30th

  • The House (will ferrel, amy pohler)

  • Car 3

  • Wonder Woman June 2nd

  • Spider-Man: Homecoming (July 7, a week later)

Director: Edgar Wright

Writer: Edgar Wright

Stars: Ansel ElgortJon BernthalJon Hamm | See full cast & crew »

  • "it’s an action film driven by music, which I think is an apt description.”- Edgar Wright

  • The idea of Baby Driver came about in 1994 when Wright was editing his 1995 debut movie A Fistful of Fingers, which was also his first solo script. At the time, he was obsessed with Spencer Blue Explosion’s “Bellbottoms” (the song that is playing during the first heist in Baby Driver) then began to imagine a car chase and bank robbery set to that song.

  • Some of the movies Wright took inspiration from for Baby Driver included HeatPoint BreakThe DriverBlues BrothersStraight TimeBullittThe Warriors and even the Mad Max franchise. Wright adored how George Miller did Fury Road and credited it to his detailed planning.

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On The Subject: Of Mission Impossible: Fallout

This is the latest entry FALLOUT concludes our look at the Mission Impossible film franchise. The series is a decade long evolution of the Ethan Hunt spy action movies. So much has changed and grown and new life is put into each entry as the stakes get higher and the action more impossible!

The Discussion of the films continues with; Malcolm and Zachary. 

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On The Subject: Of Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol

 Is Brad Bird's Mission Impossible a near perfect movie? Series in Review continues with the Mission Impossible films. This time we are talking GHOST PROTOCOL, it my (Logan) personal favorite thus far in the series. This round-table discussion includes; Malcolm, Zach and Logan. 

Among the many wonderful things in the Mission Impossible series is the love and attention to detail that director Brad Bird inject into this franchise  and really makings it a stronger more gripping series to follow.

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CWC-002: Toy Desinger Ten Times A Tiger Cynthia Naugle

Cynthia Naugle the amazing toy designer (Ten Time A Tiger) and my fiance returns to the podcast to talk about her latest art toys and catch up on the things that have happened in our lives recently.

Cynthia lets us know a little bit about the process of toy making and the kind of music she enjoys while creating. Spoilers its hip hop among many other styles and mix a little bit of wine in there and you got a combination for some amazing Designer Toys


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On The Subject: Of Mission Impossible

Join us as we look at one of largest action franchises around with the Mission Impossible films. Action film series starring Tom Cruise and starting in 1996, we discuss and breakdown our favorite parts of the movies and what we think could be done better.

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TPR-129: THE WAR FOR KALEB LIVESTREAM

Comic creator Jason Pittman returns to the podcast for a live stream of his Kickstarter graphic novel project, "The War for Kaleb: A Superhero Story about Anxiety." 

This episode was livestreamed on 4/11/18 at 7pm PST

Jason has created a 3 issue story and is collecting it into on fantastic book. On this episode we chat about the process of making comics, the ups and downs of Kickstarter and why we love makes comics and telling stories.

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TPR-PODCAST EPISODE 83: PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE

I, Logan Naugle the host provide a look at my podcast and comic career.

Its a time to reflect on where I started and where I am heading with my creator life. I want to start 2017 on the right foot and catch everybody up what you can expect from me in the future.

Music and theme by Bandrew Scott

New Logo by Hector Ceniceros

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The Paper Robots Episode 80: Tucson Comic Con 2016

I return to my hometown Tucson for the comic convention! Cynthia and I shared a table at the convention with Tania and we sold our creations!

I chat about my experience as an exhibitor for a comic con and what it was like returning home.

UPDATE: I have an online store you can now purchase my comics online!

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The Paper Robots Podcast Episode 79: Cartoonist Josh Shalek

This episode is with guest Josh Shalek creator of the comic "Falling Rock National Park." He is a long time cartoonist who I had the pleasure of meeting a few years ago. Since meeting him we have stayed in content and I ask him about the life of a cartoonist compared to a comic book artist.

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The Paper Robots Episode 77: Artist Zip Alegria

This episode features the artist Zip Alegria. This man has been in the scene for awhile and done a little of everything in the art world. Zip has worked on storyboards and animation as well as directed his own short films and created his own comic. 

We dive into the needs of a creator and how having time, space and the money for you work is so important.

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BSP-023: Sleep Less, Do More, Have Fun - Phoenix Comic Con

On episode 23 of The BSP, I record the entire podcast with a different microphone. I also discuss the reasoning behind it and ask for your feedback. Then I share something with you that changed my life and hope that it can change your life for the better as well.

Following this, we discuss the Phoenix Comic con, and the jump right into some news and a very brief discussion of what I've been testing and what I will discuss in the future. I did not answer any questions today.

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00:00 - Intro
01:00 - Recording with a Different Mic!?
01:35 - Sleep Less, Do More, Have Fun!
04:10 - Phoenix Comic Con
10:47 - Do You Even Podcast Panel
12:16 - Learning from my Mistake
13:30 - News Intro
14:03 - John Oliver News
15:53 - Midroll Media Purchase
17:05 - MUSIC OF THE WEEK!!!!
17:55 - What I’ve Been Testing
18:35 - Outro

The Paper Robots Episode 61: Mike Olivares

Who is Mike Olivares? He is a busy guy helping the comic scene in Tucson as well as many other creator projects. Mike runs Xpanded Universe Toy/Art Gallery, founded Tucson Comic Con, creates designer toys and does a few other things I can't mention yet.

We chatted at the shop and I had a chance to pick his brain about getting started in this comic-con culture. It was such a blast!

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