Jump to content
Gerard Butler GALS

Gerry on Live From Studio Five 11/23


framolamdu
 Share

Recommended Posts

All of the interviews were taped at the same time. They're just being released at different times. It's all from the same press junket.

jane

I honestly thought this was a live TV show on today? :confused: I got that impression from Moira and the others. But that would explain the same black shirt. :lmao:

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Moira had said in her first post about this that she assumed it was a taped interview and not a live show. I just figured thats how the Studio Five shows worked.

Good interview, but hard to hear it. Hopefully another version will pop up with better audio.

thanks !!!

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Good, I'm glad it wasn't a live show because it was getting ridiculous with how many interviews Gerry has been doing. Wish I could see a recent pic of him. I need to see how his eye is doing. But that would mean intruding on his private life and I don't like that. So I will just worry quietly until I see him again.

~HUGS~ Kathy

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Good, I'm glad it wasn't a live show because it was getting ridiculous with how many interviews Gerry has been doing. Wish I could see a recent pic of him. I need to see how his eye is doing. But that would mean intruding on his private life and I don't like that. So I will just worry quietly until I see him again.

~HUGS~ Kathy

I'm the same way Kathy. Can't help it.

Could we just get a medical report so we wouldn't worry?!? Okay..............I'm just kidding.......sort of. :)

Link to comment
Share on other sites

The actual programme goes out live but all the taped interviews were pre-recorded. I imagine Gerry's interview was taped last Tuesday.

Theresa the UK has so many different accents too and she had a Brummie accent - Birmingham. The most often mimicked UK accents are Scousers(Liverpool), Jordies(Newcastle), Brummies(Birmingham) Mancunians(Manchester) and Cockneys(Londoners).

Moira

Link to comment
Share on other sites

The actual programme goes out live but all the taped interviews were pre-recorded. I imagine Gerry's interview was taped last Tuesday.

Theresa the UK has so many different accents too and she had a Brummie accent - Birmingham. The most often mimicked UK accents are Scousers(Liverpool), Jordies(Newcastle), Brummies(Birmingham) Mancunians(Manchester) and Cockneys(Londoners).

Moira

Note to myself: should I make it to a premiere, must remember not to utter a word; Greekglish accent might cause unpredictable joke by my fandom's object of desire with equally unpredictable and most embarrassing reaction by myself. Also must try and secure Canadian husband's presence so that HE can ask object of desire to have my picture taken with the latter. Alternatively, better team up with fellow Gals whose English is their mother tongue. :D

Theresa

Link to comment
Share on other sites

:wave:

Yes the interviewer had a Brummie accent which by the way is pretty close to mine if a little broader than my own and I saw a lady who was pretty enthusiastic to interview GB who must have been pig sick of answering the same questions hence her pretty typical over the top and daft...inspector gadget phrase to wake him up from his stupour...IMO.....but tut tut Gerud James Butler for thinking she was IRISH...ha ha....he's been away that long now he can't tell a Brummie girl from an Irish one..... :wave: OMG.

Oh and if you think you've got lots of dialects in the USA you haven't seen anything compared to the UK ...you just never hear them via television which is normally plum in the mouth perfect English in period drama's or the news....give or take a few Sharpe episodes.....and hey unlike his Scottish compatriots we English...Welsh....Irish won't hold it against him having an American twang in his voice a lot more now..... :wave:

Edited by xmargx
Link to comment
Share on other sites

:wave:

Yes the interviewer had a Brummie accent which by the way is pretty close to mine if a little broader than my own and I saw a lady who was pretty enthusiastic to interview GB who must have been pig sick of answering the same questions hence her pretty typical over the top and daft...inspector gadget phrase to wake him up from his stupour...IMO.....but tut tut Gerud James Butler for thinking she was IRISH...ha ha....he's been away that long now he can't tell a Brummie girl from an Irish one..... :wave: OMG.

Oh and if you think you've got lots of dialects in the USA you haven't seen anything compared to the UK ...you just never hear them via television which is normally plum in the mouth perfect English in period drama's or the news....give or take a few Sharpe episodes.....and hey unlike his Scottish compatriots we English...Welsh....Irish won't hold it against him having an American twang in his voice a lot more now..... :wave:

Why do you say he thought she was Irish?

Link to comment
Share on other sites

:wave:

Hello...with pleasure...about five seconds after the movie exert the interviewer say's..."loved the film"....Gerry who is probably bored to death immediately wakes and responds to it...finding it cute I believe...with Luvved....Luved.d'film...now correct me that was GB answering in what he perceived to be HER Irish accent.... I have visited London may times, so many nationalities there but when I speak with my accent they look at you as if you have just landed from Mars and ordered total human anihilation....so I suppose Brummie is not an accent GB has had a lot of contact with...shame he might like Midlands girls.....We may look and sound dumb but were not and we LOVE A LAUGH....just sayin :wave:

Now I would Love Gerard to reside in the West Midlands for a few years and pick up our accent....AWESOME in Brummy now I'd pay to hear that lol... :wave:

:wave:

Yes the interviewer had a Brummie accent which by the way is pretty close to mine if a little broader than my own and I saw a lady who was pretty enthusiastic to interview GB who must have been pig sick of answering the same questions hence her pretty typical over the top and daft...inspector gadget phrase to wake him up from his stupour...IMO.....but tut tut Gerud James Butler for thinking she was IRISH...ha ha....he's been away that long now he can't tell a Brummie girl from an Irish one..... :wave: OMG.

Oh and if you think you've got lots of dialects in the USA you haven't seen anything compared to the UK ...you just never hear them via television which is normally plum in the mouth perfect English in period drama's or the news....give or take a few Sharpe episodes.....and hey unlike his Scottish compatriots we English...Welsh....Irish won't hold it against him having an American twang in his voice a lot more now..... :wave:

Why do you say he thought she was Irish?

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Hello...with pleasure...about five seconds after the movie exert the interviewer say's..."loved the film"....Gerry who is probably bored to death immediately wakes and responds to it...finding it cute I believe...with Luvved....Luved.d'film...now correct me that was GB answering in what he perceived to be HER Irish accent.... I have visited London may times, so many nationalities there but when I speak with my accent they look at you as if you have just landed from Mars and ordered total human anihilation....so I suppose Brummie is not an accent GB has had a lot of contact with...shame he might like Midlands girls.....We may look and sound dumb but were not and we LOVE A LAUGH....just sayin :wave:

Now I would Love Gerard to reside in the West Midlands for a few years and pick up our accent....AWESOME in Brummy now I'd pay to hear that lol... :wave:

Well, the interviewer didn't sound or look dumb to me! :-) Was that Gerry doing an IRISH accent? No wonder he had to apologise to the Irish in the past, LOL. The way he said "film" sounded more Italian to me than anything. Ah well, anything to keep him awake. :-) He was so adorable in this interview, with the faces he made, the winces and all.

Theresa

Link to comment
Share on other sites

:wave:

Ha Theresa, she did look a bit of a giggler didn't she...and why not with that gorgeous hunk of male sitting there half asleep....I mean enough of a challenge for any hot blooded woman to wake up his nibs and get him to notice you.... :wave:

Now if GB did reside in the Midlands his AWESOME would become ORSUM in no time at all and Fish and Chips en tap here although we do have a propensity of pubs that GB would have to avoid now but hey we're in the 21st century now we sell diet coke and coffee....yeah that modern... :wave: lol

I have to admit the Brummie accent is the most derided in the Uk and the perception of stupidness because I swear you could be a senior consultant in brain surgery but if you opened your mouth with a Black Country accent no one would take you seriously...oh the weight of this ENORMOUS CHIP ON MY SHOULDER...ha ha... :wave: but no worries GB it's a FULL FAT, COATED IN BATTER ONE...OH I am so not advertising my part of the world to the USA am I? or maybe I am :wave: lol

Marg

Hello...with pleasure...about five seconds after the movie exert the interviewer say's..."loved the film"....Gerry who is probably bored to death immediately wakes and responds to it...finding it cute I believe...with Luvved....Luved.d'film...now correct me that was GB answering in what he perceived to be HER Irish accent.... I have visited London may times, so many nationalities there but when I speak with my accent they look at you as if you have just landed from Mars and ordered total human anihilation....so I suppose Brummie is not an accent GB has had a lot of contact with...shame he might like Midlands girls.....We may look and sound dumb but were not and we LOVE A LAUGH....just sayin :wave:

Now I would Love Gerard to reside in the West Midlands for a few years and pick up our accent....AWESOME in Brummy now I'd pay to hear that lol... :wave:

Well, the interviewer didn't sound or look dumb to me! :-) Was that Gerry doing an IRISH accent? No wonder he had to apologise to the Irish in the past, LOL. The way he said "film" sounded more Italian to me than anything. Ah well, anything to keep him awake. :-) He was so adorable in this interview, with the faces he made, the winces and all.

Theresa

Link to comment
Share on other sites

:wave:

Ha Theresa, she did look a bit of a giggler didn't she...and why not with that gorgeous hunk of male sitting there half asleep....I mean enough of a challenge for any hot blooded woman to wake up his nibs and get him to notice you.... :wave:

Now if GB did reside in the Midlands his AWESOME would become ORSUM in no time at all and Fish and Chips en tap here although we do have a propensity of pubs that GB would have to avoid now but hey we're in the 21st century now we sell diet coke and coffee....yeah that modern... :wave: lol

I have to admit the Brummie accent is the most derided in the Uk and the perception of stupidness because I swear you could be a senior consultant in brain surgery but if you opened your mouth with a Black Country accent no one would take you seriously...oh the weight of this ENORMOUS CHIP ON MY SHOULDER...ha ha... :wave: but no worries GB it's a FULL FAT, COATED IN BATTER ONE...OH I am so not advertising my part of the world to the USA am I? or maybe I am :wave: lol

Marg

LOL! I'd definitely say you're not advertising your part of the world to the USA, Greece (where I am) or anywhere else! :-) But I was distracted by the fish 'n'chips mention and that watered my mouth. I've never been in your parts, I go to Essex, London and lately Glasgow, so I haven't experienced what you say. You have me intrigued!

Theresa

Link to comment
Share on other sites

I had just been looking at all the overseas premiere dates and wondered if he was planning on going to Australia - he should take some vacay time in Oz if he flies down there as it will be full on summertime.

No most actors don't do these kind of promotion, some might but actor/producers or actor/directors will because there is more on the line. He surely must be close though to taking a long Xmas break after this weekend's official opening in the UK?

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Hi xmargx

Irish???????? When I first saw the interview on Tuesday i laughed at his mimicking because as a Scots person myself I thought Gerry was mimicking a Brummie accent - Irish never came into the equation :lmao:

I guess we all hear things differently :confused:

Moira :wave:

Link to comment
Share on other sites

:wave:

Ha ha Moira...I'm off to work in a minute but..... :wave: to a Brummie believe me GB sounded Oirish...... :wave: . hey you know us Midlanders have a bit of everyone's twang here...and who cares mate it WOKE HIM UP... :wave::wave::wave:

Hi xmargx

Irish???????? When I first saw the interview on Tuesday i laughed at his mimicking because as a Scots person myself I thought Gerry was mimicking a Brummie accent - Irish never came into the equation :lmao:

I guess we all hear things differently :confused:

Moira :wave:

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Cute interview - People can say what they want about Gerry's different accents, but he really is quite good. When I first saw him in PS I Love You when I didn't know who he was, I loved his accent and I thought he was really Irish. Then I heard his real accent - Scottish and thought, oh I love his real accent more....I had seen Shattered and did not know who he was with his American accent and thought that was his real accent. So I can see if she had only seen him in with an American accent, thought he was American. I don't think he gets the credit he deserves with the accents a lot of time. He really is a cleaver fellow... :wave:

Link to comment
Share on other sites

OK I watched it again on a better computer and got to hear some of what you guys are talking about.

I thought it was really cute that he mimicked her accent. :lol: He is quite good at that. But I was really shocked that the girls thought he was American. That's just weird to me; I guess cause we know him so well it just seems like the rest of the world should know him! :D

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.
Note: Your post will require moderator approval before it will be visible.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

Loading...
 Share

×
×
  • Create New...