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Podcast EP152: James Cameron’s Jurassic Park, Entourage Movie, Lincoln Trailer

Episode one-hundred and fifty-two. Join hosts Trevor and Jason as they discuss the latest in movie news, box office numbers and trailers.

News: Entourage Movie Script Done
James Cameron on Jurassic Park
Digital Domain Bankruptcy
RoboCop Starts Shooing Saturday

TrailerAddict: Lincoln
Stand Up Guys

Box Office DeLorean: May 30-June 1, 2003

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2 Responses to Podcast EP152: James Cameron’s Jurassic Park, Entourage Movie, Lincoln Trailer

  • Good podcast as usual. I agree that the Lincoln trailer was not as compelling as I wanted it to be. A note, however, on Lincoln’s voice. Most movies and television shows portray Lincoln with a deep, resonant voice. Even Disneyland’s “Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln” uses an actor with a deep voice. While it sounds good and gives Lincoln a grand presence, it is incorrect. While no recordings existed in Lincoln’s day, his voice has been described by contemporaries as high pitched with a Kentucky accent. Sam Waterston did probably the best job sounding like Lincoln in the TV mini-series Gore Vidal’s Lincoln. Daniel Day-Lewis uses a similar voice that is closer to the Lincoln description than most depictions. Day-Lewis did his research on the subject well.

    For more information on the subject, see the article at the Los Angeles Times:

    http://articles.latimes.com/2009/dec/18/business/la-fi-ct-lincoln18-2009dec18

    • Mike, good to hear from you, very interesting…

      But the deep voice is better, inaccurate as it may be. For me, this isn’t real anyhow, so liberties are being taken, why not go for the deeper more powerful voice? Daniel Day-Lewis is a method actor and while he’s always very good on the screen, I feel like there is such a thing as taking something too seriously. You’re in the business of entertainment, let’s get a grip. I do see your point though, and thanks for bringing it up, it makes much more sense now, even though I still don’t like it.