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LIVE AT THE PALEY CENTER FOR MEDIA: "THE CREATIVE PROCESS: INSIDE HOUSE"


Dr. Gregory House is such a vitriolic, antisocial lead character that it is hard to believe he has become a welcome guest in American homes. The inimitable Hugh Laurie and the creative team of House will explore why bad bedside manners makes good television, even after more than one hundred episodes. The panelists will screen an exemplary episode, and then examine how they continue to invigorate their irreverent medical series with mysterious diseases and dysfunctional working relationships.

7:15 PM - Welcome to tonight's mini-Paleyfest! It looks like they're running a little late. And it looks like there won't be a legacy clip!
7:20 PM - Our old friend Craig Hitchcock is here to intro tonight's moderator: The Hollywood Reporter's Ray Richmond. He turn informs us we'll be seeing a brief clip package from the show's last few episodes this season.
7:32 PM - And with that Ray brings out the panelists: Omar Epps! Lisa Edelstein! Robert Sean Leonard! Hugh Laurie! Katie Jacobs! David Shore! Greg Yaitanes!
7:35 PM - Ray asks about House's trip to the loony bin at the end of this season. "It's all drawn heavily on my personal life," Hugh quips.
7:37 PM - "I was actually a little worried," Shore says about the show's initial pitch. "When we pitched it we pitched it primarily as a procedural and the character, the crop of characters was not really what the focus of the pitch was." Katie adds, "The notion we had was what if we told a medical show as a mystery where the suspects were the symptoms. And at the head of that was the doctor, what they really say after the patients leave."
7:39 PM - Ray wonders which accent Hugh is faking, the one we're hearing now or the one on the show. "I'm faking the one on the show," Hugh says. "As you very well know, you minx!" He goes to note he was filming "Flight of the Phoenix" in Namibia when he shot his audition tape. "I made this tape with the help of some other actors. Jacob Vargas was operating the camera, never got credit for it, and Scott Campbell was reading [Wilson's part]. And at the end, [when] I did this tape I was actually going to get drunk. And they were impatient to get on with it so they only let me do it once. And I did it and I remember as they were packing up the camera I said, 'What did you think of the accent?' And Jacob said, 'What accent?' And I said, 'The American accent.' And he said, 'Oh you were doing American.'"
7:41 PM - Hugh also confesses he thought Wilson's character was the lead, which he also read for. "I didn't put much work into the Wilson [character]," Hugh admits. "Why would you?" Sean quips. "It really acts itself doesn't it?" Hugh adds. "The character's description was a handsome, boyish face, a handsome, open face or something like that. And I thought well that's plainly not for me. So I didn't exert myself very hard in that role."
7:42 PM - "I confess to not reading the entire pilot before sitting down [for the table read]," Sean admits. "When it's not cancer I have a short week."
7:43 PM - Omar on working with Hugh: "He's an incredible artist and set the bar pretty damn high there buddy."
7:45 PM - Greg on directing the show: "One of the great things about this show as opposed to some of the other shows I've worked on is there is a sense of community and there's a sense of support where everybody is looking after everybody and is 100% there when they're off-camera for someone else's dialogue... and one of the things that I love is, that attracted me to come here for this season, was that in episode 100 and something everybody's still striving to make it as fresh and original as the first day that they were at the table."
7:46 PM -
Ray asks why the season premiere will pick up shortly after the finale wrapped instead of the usual three month or so gap. "We don't want to shake things up for the sake of shaking things up," David says. "We just want to keep exploring this character... we're just seeing where his life progresses and where it goes. And the end of last year obviously we did something that felt natural and real to me but is very extreme and we want to be as true to that as we can and follow up on that. So we are doing, Katie's going to be directing a two-hour season premiere, which is basically a movie which basically follows House through that institution. And it takes place over a much longer period of time than we're used to. And [it's about] his life in there, his search for getting better."

7:48 PM - Ray praises the show's smart, cable sensibility and how it still leads to huge ratings. "Imagine how good it would do if we dumbed it down?" David jokes. "We just do a show we all like and a lot of people seem to like it and that's really gratifying. And that's the extent of the analysis of that for me. I am amazed that it does as well as it does and I find that very gratifying... The audience is smarter than certainly the networks give them credit for or even sometimes I give them credit for." Hugh deadpans, "People are great."
7:50 PM - David admits that they really don't get many notes from the network at this point in the show's run. "They've got shows in their first year that they're worried about and they want to screw up," he jokes, adding that FOX has been nothing but supportive. "They gave us the plump 'American Idol' post slot for several years... and I want it back."
7:53 PM - Hugh shares more of the show's origins: "[Early on] it wasn't actually called 'House,' they didn't have a title for it at all. I remember Bryan Singer actually saying, 'You know, the show is pretty much about this guy House,' like that was sort of this great discovery. And it was. It hadn't been packaged or sold that way." Katie tells Hugh, "It's really interesting because I remember telling you that [House] was going to be the title and you were like, 'No, don't call it that!'"
7:55 PM - David on the origins of the names House and Wilson: "It was just a little tip of my cap to Holmes, Sherlock Holmes. House and Wilson versus Holmes and Watson."
7:57 PM - Sean on the show's success: "For us, all we know is driving into the lot and parking and getting out and having coffee and talking and working with everyone to try and make good and going home. That is the show... I'd want to hang out with us. Everyone there is smart and funny and kind and determined to good work and I don't think that's happened on another job. It's a real blessing."
7:59 PM - Hugh on what it was like to make out with Lisa: "There's a bunch of people around with cameras... if you were trying to seduce someone you wouldn't set that up as a romantic aid. It's unnatural, it's a strange, peculiar situation and yet the blessing of it is that everyone can acknowledge that. It's not as if you're alone finding, 'I find this a little odd!' Of course it's odd!" Lisa fires back: "If someone was trying to seduce me, yes I would have them set up cameras."
8:02 PM - Ray asks about when the Cuddy/House ball started rolling. "Very early on," David says. "No matter what we wrote, the two of them had this odd sexual tension. And that's been something we've been nurturing and trying to explore from day one." As for their imaginary hook-up: "I think it was significant even though it turned out not to be real. It was very significant - we got an insight into House's subconscious."
8:04 PM - Hugh on the show's current storyline: "I'm often asked... whether I, what I think should happen to House or what do I hope will happen. I don't really mind what it is, I only care about the how. That's my concern, that's my job in a way to worry about the how, not the what. Good ideas or good stories. In my mind it's all the execution, it's all how the script is written not what [happens]. If House becomes a transvestite, I don't really mind what it is as long as [they] do it well. I know for a fact lots and lots of people can write a good idea and I would much rather do a bad idea written by David Shore." David responds that he's given him so bad ones.

8:08 PM - "I love point of view," Katie says about the show's directors. "I get very angry if - and this no longer happens - if we have to create point of view in the editing rom. You know, too often, and I think it's actually a old-school idea, audiences are so smart and savvy - they turn on the TV and they expect to see the same thing, the same level of quality... that requires a point of view. I think in the 'Dallas' or 'Dynasty' days it was sort of, you cover every actor in a wide shot, medium shot, close-up and then you're sort of out. But I think the fun is, the audience knows that there's going to be this medical mystery. They don't know how it's going to be told... so if you can bring a different perspective, and that starts at casting and all the way through music."

8:11 PM - Hugh on the sometimes hectic filming process: "We're [supposed] to do an episode every eight days. We actually [take] eight, nine or 10 days. We start a new one every eight days. Ah ha! How that works is we have days where we are shooting two episodes at once and it [puts pressure] on every department. You've got to have six cameras all of a sudden, where do they come from? I have no idea. But it is logistically incredibly complex... different sets, different stages, different casts."

8:12 PM - "And that's where it really is different from a network show to a cable show," Katie adds. "The reason why we have to be getting new episodes every eight days is we have air dates. And we have a lot of air dates. And not 13 or 10. So it's a very, very different venture from a workload standpoint. And a storytelling standpoint." Hugh deadpans: "We are superhuman." David goes on to add they didn't have a hiatus between seasons 4 and 5 due to the strike.

8:14 PM - Hugh on the show's script process: "I sometimes think it's a bit like an old house where there's many layers of paint that have been applied to a wooden window. Because I sometimes find myself, I'll ask a writer a question - 'Why doesn't House [do this]?' They'll say, 'Well, we had a line about that once.' And then I'll go, 'Oh, okay.' If I want, they'll give me an explanation about why he didn't pursue it or why they didn't pursue it. And then I will do the same thing [again], 'What about this here?' 'We tried that.' And so there's many, many layers, you become aware of all the layers of paint that have built up as you chip away with a knife... which I would do at your house, if you'd let me."

8:15 PM - Ray asks if anyone has any favorite episodes. "Of House?" Sean deadpans. The consensus: it's too hard to pick but everyone was really proud of "House's Head" and "Wilson's Heart."

8:16 PM - David on his first gig: "Paul Haggis gave me my first staff writing job. And he told me the typical season is 24 episodes and eight of them you'll love, eight of them you'll go 'eh' and eight of them you'll hate. I think I'm way ahead of that. I really like what we've all done with this thing." He later jokes, "So Haggis is a hack! He can't even get a job in television anymore."

8:19 PM - Audience Q&A time. Someone asks about casting Hugh. "I loved [Hugh's shows]," David says. "I did watch them as a kid. And when I heard he was coming in or putting stuff on tape I was very excited about it. I thought it would be fantastic to meet him. I didn't think for a moment he could do the part... I had no idea he [could] act."

8:21 PM - The youngest fan in the room asks which scene was the grossest for Hugh. He says the episode where he pulled out the girl's intestines during a hallucination. "Most of the time you're doing things that you know are not real - blood and guts - and I'm not particularly squeamish generally anyway. But it just went on for so long. You kept thinking, 'My God, this looks real!'"

8:23 PM -
"Our character doesn't believe people can change," David says about the challenge of putting House in a mental institution. "I think [our first episode] we'll get to a point where he wants to change. Whether he can, whether he will is an open question." He later adds, "There's also a very non-artistic answer, which is I like the character and don't really want him to change."


8:24 PM - A fan asks if we'll venture outside the hospital more this season.
"Well you'll like the first two hours of this year," David says. "Because we aren't in the hospital at all."


8:26 PM - Would Hugh be up to writing an episode? "No," he answers. "It's way beyond my talents. Absolutely not, absolutely not." This is followed by a love fest between Hugh and David. "This season, I'm going to make out with Hugh," David says. "I'll give you one example," Hugh says about David's awesomeness. "The [story with] Mirror Syndrome. And there's a scene - I'm sorry to go on about this, you probably don't mind too much? - I bring the patient into the operating theatre to meet Dr. Wilson to see how they will respond to each other to see whether he will reflect Wilson's behavior. And the opening line of that scene is, 'Mind if we play through.' Now I promise you, any other show on television and cable - with a capital-K-six-shows-a-year-oh-I'm-so-tired - any other show on television you would have a line - Dr. Wilson meets so-and-so or so-and-so meet Dr. Wilson or just some non-specific introduction between them. The fact that House enters with a completely unnecessary and yet very funny and elegant introduction, I found it absolutely exquisite. It was like seeing a magnificent building and yet noticing that the screws on the doorknob are all lined up. I just thought that's fantastic."

8:30 PM - Someone asks who came up with "everybody lies." The answer: David. "I think the more significant aspect of that is people see the world through their own lenses," he adds. "And that lens is always distorted. And that search for the objective truth is really what the show is all about."

8:31 PM - Hugh on whether he prefers doing comedy or drama: "I feel as if I'm doing [both] now. I'm doing this character and this show unlike any other I've been involved with... I find I have absolutely the best of all possible worlds."

8:33 PM - That's a wrap! I'm sure we'll be back again soon.

By Brian Ford Sullivan




Pas vraiment le temps de traduire, je reviens de mon épreuve de philo et j'ai surtout faim blush
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MessagePosté le: Jeu 18 Juin - 13:06 (2009)    Sujet du message: Paley Center for Media "The Creative Process : Inside House" [17/06/09] Répondre en citant

Le passage de 8H02 love
Merci Angélique d'avoir déplacé cette retranscription que je venais de poster au bon endroit...
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MessagePosté le: Jeu 18 Juin - 14:19 (2009)    Sujet du message: Paley Center for Media "The Creative Process : Inside House" [17/06/09] Répondre en citant

Dr Gregory House doté d'un humour au vitriol, au caractère aussi antisocial qu'il est difficile de croire qu'il est parvenu à "s'inviter" chez les téléspectateurs américains. L'inimitable Hugh Laurie et l'équipe qui a créé House examinera pourquoi les mauvaises manières de notre chèr docteur oppère toujours si bien, même après plus d'une centaine d'épisodes. Des experts du petit écran examineront la façon dont ils continuent à dynamiser leur irrévérencieux docteur de la série médical en le faisant traiter des maladies et et en ayant quelques dysfonctionnements sociaux avec ses collègues.

19h15 - Soyez les bienvenues au Paley Fastival ce soir! Il semble qu'ils sont un peu en retard. Et il semble que nous n'ayons pas hérité de clip pour nous faire attendre.
19h20 - Notre vieil ami Craig Hitchcock introduit la soirée : il nous informe nous verrons un paquet de clips des derniers épîsodes de cette saison.
7:32 PM - Et avec Ray qui voit arriver les tants attendus: Omar Epps! Lisa Edelstein! Robert Sean Leonard! Hugh Laurie! Katie Jacobs! David Shore! Greg Yaitanes!
7:35 PM - Ray pose des questions sur le final de House de cette saison : "Le season final de cette année est très fortement tiré de ma vie personnelle" ironise Hugh.
19h37 - "J'étais vraiment un peu inquiété," raconte Shore quant au projet initial du final de cette saison. "Quand nous avons dévoilé ce qu'il en serait de la série nous avons eu peur car ce qui se passait dedans avec les personnages était quelque chose que l'on avait jamais vu." Katie ajoute:" Nous voulions que le show médical soit comme un mystère où les suspects étaient les symptômes. Et nous voulions donc que le médecin soit dans la tête des téléspectateurs comme un "inspcteur" qui ne demande pas la permission à ses patients pour enquêter sur eux."
19h39 - Ray se pose des questions quant à l'imitation parfait de l'accent américain par Hugh Laurie.
"Je simule cet accent dans la série" déclare Hugh. "Mais maintenant beaucoup de gens sont au courant". Au moment où s'est filmé pour l'audition , il était sur le tournage du "Vol du Phoenix" en Namibie, "J'ai réalisé ce "tournage" avec l'aide de quelques autres acteurs. Jacob Vargas est celui qui filmait avec la caméra , n'a jamais obtenu de crédit pour lui, et Scott Campbell a fait la lecture pour le rôle de Wilson et House (Hugh) lui répondait. Et là-bas ils étaient impatients de trouver le futur "House" et donc Hugh n'a eu l'occasion que de jouer la fameuse scène une seule et unique fois. "Je me souviens qu'il était emballé par ma prestation" raconte Hugh " Puis j'ai dit à Katie: Que pensez-vous de mon imitation de l'accent?" et là elle m'a répondu " Quoi? Quel imitation d'accent?" et là je lui ai répondu "Bien l'imatation de l'accent américain". Et elle tout étonnée "As bon, vous simuliez l'accent américain?!" Hugh confesse également qu'il pensait que le rôle de Wilson était le principal personnage. Hugh ne voulant pas être le rôle principal avoue: "Je n'ai pas beaucoup travaillé pour me mettre dans la peau de Wilson".

J'ai traduis un peu
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MessagePosté le: Jeu 18 Juin - 14:29 (2009)    Sujet du message: Paley Center for Media "The Creative Process : Inside House" [17/06/09] Répondre en citant

Merci beaucoup tout le monde pour les infos Okay
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MessagePosté le: Jeu 18 Juin - 17:40 (2009)    Sujet du message: Paley Center for Media "The Creative Process : Inside House" [17/06/09] Répondre en citant

merci pour la traduction et pour l'infos krisztina:D
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MessagePosté le: Jeu 18 Juin - 17:45 (2009)    Sujet du message: Paley Center for Media "The Creative Process : Inside House" [17/06/09] Répondre en citant

krisztina a écrit:
Merci Angélique d'avoir déplacé cette retranscription que je venais de poster au bon endroit...


je sens comme un reproche ici ?
Je dis juste cela, parce que le Paley Center concerne la série en général, et non seulement la saison 6 (qui est d'ailleurs sous spoiler), donc un topic spécial pour l'occasion était nécessaire.
De plus, je l'ai posté plus d'une heure avant toi, au bon endroit, donc je ne comprend pas vraiment la fin de ton message ...

merci mama pour la traduction Wink
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merci angelique d'avoir posté et mama d'avoir traduit !!!
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bah j'ai traduit les 1/16 lol mais de rien Smile
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Et voici la suite :

8:08 PM - "I love point of view," Katie says about the show's directors. "I get very angry if - and this no longer happens - if we have to create point of view in the editing rom. You know, too often, and I think it's actually a old-school idea, audiences are so smart and savvy - they turn on the TV and they expect to see the same thing, the same level of quality... that requires a point of view. I think in the 'Dallas' or 'Dynasty' days it was sort of, you cover every actor in a wide shot, medium shot, close-up and then you're sort of out. But I think the fun is, the audience knows that there's going to be this medical mystery. They don't know how it's going to be told... so if you can bring a different perspective, and that starts at casting and all the way through music."

8:11 PM - Hugh on the sometimes hectic filming process: "We're [supposed] to do an episode every eight days. We actually [take] eight, nine or 10 days. We start a new one every eight days. Ah ha! How that works is we have days where we are shooting two episodes at once and it [puts pressure] on every department. You've got to have six cameras all of a sudden, where do they come from? I have no idea. But it is logistically incredibly complex... different sets, different stages, different casts."

8:12 PM - "And that's where it really is different from a network show to a cable show," Katie adds. "The reason why we have to be getting new episodes every eight days is we have air dates. And we have a lot of air dates. And not 13 or 10. So it's a very, very different venture from a workload standpoint. And a storytelling standpoint." Hugh deadpans: "We are superhuman." David goes on to add they didn't have a hiatus between seasons 4 and 5 due to the strike.

8:14 PM - Hugh on the show's script process: "I sometimes think it's a bit like an old house where there's many layers of paint that have been applied to a wooden window. Because I sometimes find myself, I'll ask a writer a question - 'Why doesn't House [do this]?' They'll say, 'Well, we had a line about that once.' And then I'll go, 'Oh, okay.' If I want, they'll give me an explanation about why he didn't pursue it or why they didn't pursue it. And then I will do the same thing [again], 'What about this here?' 'We tried that.' And so there's many, many layers, you become aware of all the layers of paint that have built up as you chip away with a knife... which I would do at your house, if you'd let me."

8:15 PM - Ray asks if anyone has any favorite episodes. "Of House?" Sean deadpans. The consensus: it's too hard to pick but everyone was really proud of "House's Head" and "Wilson's Heart."

8:16 PM - David on his first gig: "Paul Haggis gave me my first staff writing job. And he told me the typical season is 24 episodes and eight of them you'll love, eight of them you'll go 'eh' and eight of them you'll hate. I think I'm way ahead of that. I really like what we've all done with this thing." He later jokes, "So Haggis is a hack! He can't even get a job in television anymore."

8:19 PM - Audience Q&A time. Someone asks about casting Hugh. "I loved [Hugh's shows]," David says. "I did watch them as a kid. And when I heard he was coming in or putting stuff on tape I was very excited about it. I thought it would be fantastic to meet him. I didn't think for a moment he could do the part... I had no idea he [could] act."

8:21 PM - The youngest fan in the room asks which scene was the grossest for Hugh. He says the episode where he pulled out the girl's intestines during a hallucination. "Most of the time you're doing things that you know are not real - blood and guts - and I'm not particularly squeamish generally anyway. But it just went on for so long. You kept thinking, 'My God, this looks real!'"

8:23 PM -
"Our character doesn't believe people can change," David says about the challenge of putting House in a mental institution. "I think [our first episode] we'll get to a point where he wants to change. Whether he can, whether he will is an open question." He later adds, "There's also a very non-artistic answer, which is I like the character and don't really want him to change."


8:24 PM - A fan asks if we'll venture outside the hospital more this season.
"Well you'll like the first two hours of this year," David says. "Because we aren't in the hospital at all."


8:26 PM - Would Hugh be up to writing an episode? "No," he answers. "It's way beyond my talents. Absolutely not, absolutely not." This is followed by a love fest between Hugh and David. "This season, I'm going to make out with Hugh," David says. "I'll give you one example," Hugh says about David's awesomeness. "The [story with] Mirror Syndrome. And there's a scene - I'm sorry to go on about this, you probably don't mind too much? - I bring the patient into the operating theatre to meet Dr. Wilson to see how they will respond to each other to see whether he will reflect Wilson's behavior. And the opening line of that scene is, 'Mind if we play through.' Now I promise you, any other show on television and cable - with a capital-K-six-shows-a-year-oh-I'm-so-tired - any other show on television you would have a line - Dr. Wilson meets so-and-so or so-and-so meet Dr. Wilson or just some non-specific introduction between them. The fact that House enters with a completely unnecessary and yet very funny and elegant introduction, I found it absolutely exquisite. It was like seeing a magnificent building and yet noticing that the screws on the doorknob are all lined up. I just thought that's fantastic."

8:30 PM - Someone asks who came up with "everybody lies." The answer: David. "I think the more significant aspect of that is people see the world through their own lenses," he adds. "And that lens is always distorted. And that search for the objective truth is really what the show is all about."

8:31 PM - Hugh on whether he prefers doing comedy or drama: "I feel as if I'm doing [both] now. I'm doing this character and this show unlike any other I've been involved with... I find I have absolutely the best of all possible worlds."

8:33 PM - That's a wrap! I'm sure we'll be back again soon.
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MessagePosté le: Lun 22 Juin - 00:36 (2009)    Sujet du message: Paley Center for Media "The Creative Process : Inside House" [17/06/09] Répondre en citant

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MessagePosté le: Jeu 2 Juil - 21:47 (2009)    Sujet du message: Paley Center for Media "The Creative Process : Inside House" [17/06/09] Répondre en citant

Euh sans trop vouloir en demander et faire la chiante ^^ Serait il possible d'avoir une traduction de tout le post svp ? (ou du moins les trucs importants genre spoiler saison 6) Je suis vraiment une quiche alors je comprends quasiment rien Rolling Eyes Un énorme merci d'avance à ceux qui répondront à mon appel...désespéré ?! ^^
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MessagePosté le: Ven 3 Juil - 03:37 (2009)    Sujet du message: Paley Center for Media "The Creative Process : Inside House" [17/06/09] Répondre en citant

Voici la transcription de quelqu'un qui était présent :
( je laisse l'anglais pour m'aider à traduire désolée )
7:37 PM -
"I was actually a little worried," Shore says about the show's initial pitch. "When we pitched it we pitched it primarily as a procedural and the character, the crop of characters was not really what the focus of the pitch was." Katie adds, "The notion we had was what if we told a medical show as a mystery where the suspects were the symptoms. And at the head of that was the doctor, what they really say after the patients leave."

Shore était inquiet à propos du dernier épisode de la série parce qu'en tout premier lieu on mettait l'accent sur la procédure et non les personnages . K. Jacobs dit que leur notion de base était un Show médical où on doit résoudre un mystère tandis que les symptômes sont les suspects - indices . Avec à leur tête un docteur qui dit tout ce qu'il pense - comme lorsque le patient vient de sortir .

7:39 PM -
Ray wonders which accent Hugh is faking, the one we're hearing now or the one on the show. "I'm faking the one on the show," Hugh says. "As you very well know, you minx!" He goes to note he was filming "Flight of the Phoenix" in Namibia when he shot his audition tape. "I made this tape with the help of some other actors. Jacob Vargas was operating the camera, never got credit for it, and Scott Campbell was reading [Wilson's part]. And at the end, [when] I did this tape I was actually going to get drunk. And they were impatient to get on with it so they only let me do it once. And I did it and I remember as they were packing up the camera I said, 'What did you think of the accent?' And Jacob said, 'What accent?' And I said, 'The American accent.' And he said, 'Oh you were doing American.'"

L'animateur demande lequel des 2 accents de Hugh est 'fabriqué' . Hugh répond que c'est celui du Show , comme tu le sais très bien , hein !
Hugh était en Namibie et a filmé son audition avec Jacob Vargas à la caméra et Scott Campbell faisait l'autre rôle . Une fois fini nous devions nous soûler alors bien impatients , ils ne m'ont laissé faire qu'une prise . J'ai demandé comment ils trouvaient l'accent , l'américain ? ils ont dit : parce que tu faisais ça en américain ?


7:42 PM -
"I confess to not reading the entire pilot before sitting down [for the table read]," Robert admits. "When it's not cancer I have a short week."

RSL dit que lors de la lecture de scénario , s'il n'y a pas de cancer alors sa semaine sera courte !

7:43 PM - Omar on working with Hugh: "He's an incredible artist and set the bar pretty damn high there buddy."
de Hugh : Omar dit que c'est un artiste extraordinaire et qu'il a tendance à mettre la barre très haute !

7:45 PM -
Greg on directing the show: "One of the great things about this show as opposed to some of the other shows I've worked on is there is a sense of community and there's a sense of support where everybody is looking after everybody and is 100% there when they're off-camera for someone else's dialogue... and one of the things that I love is, that attracted me to come here for this season, was that in episode 100 and something everybody's still striving to make it as fresh and original as the first day that they were at the table."

Greg Yaitanes dit : une chose que j'aime particulièrement cette saison , c'est que nous en étions à notre 100' épisode et l'équipe s'efforçait de tout coeur à garder le Show neuf et innovateur . Comme si c'était le premier jour qu'ils se tenaient à cette table .

7:48 PM -
Ray praises the show's smart, cable sensibility and how it still leads to huge ratings. "Imagine how good it would do if we dumbed it down?" David jokes. "We just do a show we all like and a lot of people seem to like it and that's really gratifying. And that's the extent of the analysis of that for me. I am amazed that it does as well as it does and I find that very gratifying... The audience is smarter than certainly the networks give them credit for or even sometimes I give them credit for." Hugh deadpans, "People are great."

Ray - animateur - louange le Show qui se doit d'agir avec finesse , car diffusé sur le Câble mais qui pourtant remporte des records d'audience .
David : nous sommes heureux de réaliser une série qui nous plaît et en même temps plaît au grand public . C'est quelque chose de vraiment gratifiant pour nous .
Hugh : Les gens sont super !


7:50 PM -
David admits that they really don't get many notes from the network at this point in the show's run. "They've got shows in their first year that they're worried about and they want to screw up," he jokes, adding that FOX has been nothing but supportive. "They gave us the plump 'American Idol' post slot for several years... and I want it back."

David : Tout au long , Fox n'a fait qu'être notre supporter . Ils nous ont mis à la place du 'cher' American idol durant plusieurs années ......et je veux ravoir cette place !

7:57 PM -
Robert on the show's success: "For us, all we know is driving into the lot and parking and getting out and having coffee and talking and working with everyone to try and make good and going home. That is the show... I'd want to hang out with us. Everyone there is smart and funny and kind and determined to good work and I don't think that's happened on another job. It's a real blessing."

Robert dit à propos du grand succès remporté : pour nous le Show c'est d'arriver , se stationner , sortir , prendre un café , discuter et travailler à faire du mieux qu'on peut puis retourner à la maison . Voilà ce que c'est pour nous . Qui ne voudrait pas se tenir avec nous : tout le monde ici est brillant , drôle , gentil et surtout déterminé à bien faire leur travail . Je ne crois que ça arrive dans tous les jobs . Une réelle bénédiction .

7:59 PM -
Hugh on what it was like to make out with Lisa: "There's a bunch of people around with cameras... if you were trying to seduce someone you wouldn't set that up as a romantic aid. It's unnatural, it's a strange, peculiar situation and yet the blessing of it is that everyone can acknowledge that. It's not as if you're alone finding, 'I find this a little odd!' Of course it's odd!" Lisa fires back: "If someone was trying to seduce me, yes I would have them set up cameras."

( j'aime pas beaucoup , on dirait qu'elle flirte avec lui )
Hugh à propos de coucher avec Lisa : Il y a tout un tas de gens avec des caméras ....si tu essaies de séduire quelqu'un c'est une drôle de façon , une situation inhabituelle , fabriquée . Si tu trouves ça étrange bien....c'est que C'EST étrange !
Lisa: Alors si quelqu'un essayait de me séduire , oui je demanderais les caméras !


8:04 PM -
Hugh on the show's current storyline: "I'm often asked... whether I, what I think should happen to House or what do I hope will happen. I don't really mind what it is, I only care about the how. That's my concern, that's my job in a way to worry about the how, not the what. Good ideas or good stories. In my mind it's all the execution, it's all how the script is written not what [happens]. If House becomes a transvestite, I don't really mind what it is as long as [they] do it well. I know for a fact lots and lots of people can write a good idea and I would much rather do a bad idea written by David Shore." David responds that he's given him so many bad ones.

Les gens demandent souvent à Hugh comment il voudrait que l'histoire se déroule ou encore ce qu'il aimerait qu'il arrive .... Il n'en pense rien , cela ne le dérange pas . Il se sent concerné , non par le "quoi" mais par le "comment" car c'est ça son travail : bien rendre le script . Que House devienne un travesti , entendu que c'est bien fait , pour moi ça va . Je sais que bien des gens ont de bonnes idées et je préfère de loin jouer une 'mauvaise idée' écrite par David Shore - qui répond : qu'il lui en a donné bien souvent .

8:11 PM -
Hugh on the sometimes hectic filming process: "We're [supposed] to do an episode every eight days. We actually [take] eight, nine or 10 days. We start a new one every eight days. Ah ha! How that works is we have days where we are shooting two episodes at once and it [puts pressure] on every department. You've got to have six cameras all of a sudden, where do they come from? I have no idea. But it is logistically incredibly complex... different sets, different stages, different casts."

Hugh sur le processus parfois pénible du tournage Nous avons 1 épisode à faire chaque semaine - 8 jours . Mais la plupart du temps nous prenons 8-9 ou 10 jours . Sauf que nous en commençons un nouveau au bout de 8 jours . Ce qui fait que certains jours , il y a des scènes de 2 épisodes différents . C'est beaucoup de pressions et ce , dans tous les départements . Le nombre de caméras nécessaires , des plateaux différents , des acteurs différents : très complexe !

8:12 PM - "
And that's where it really is different from a network show to a cable show," Katie adds. "The reason why we have to be getting new episodes every eight days is we have air dates. And we have a lot of air dates. And not 13 or 10. So it's a very, very different venture from a workload standpoint. And a storytelling standpoint." Hugh deadpans: "We are superhuman." David goes on to add they didn't have a hiatus between seasons 4 and 5 due to the strike.

K.Jacobs : La raison pour laquelle nous devons débuter un nouvel épisode au bout de 8 jours , c'est que nous avons un échéancier à rencontrer . Et pas seulement 13 ou 10 épisodes mais bien plus . Et de plus , on doit savoir raconter une histoire . Une charge de travail énorme !
Hugh : Nous sommes des Super-Humains .


( note = Hugh disait en entrevue , pour comparer la charge de travail pour le film Monster & Aliens , que cela représente avancer à la vitesse d'un glacier , alors que pour le Show , ce serait plutôt l'équivalent de tomber à la renverse dans un escalier . Et cela SANS arrêt , semaine après semaine ! )

( ici débute de la partie 3 )
8:14 PM -
Hugh on the show's script process: "I sometimes think it's a bit like an old house where there's many layers of paint that have been applied to a wooden window. Because I sometimes find myself, I'll ask a writer a question - 'Why doesn't House [do this]?' They'll say, 'Well, we had a line about that once.' And then I'll go, 'Oh, okay.' If I want, they'll give me an explanation about why he didn't pursue it or why they didn't pursue it. And then I will do the same thing [again], 'What about this here?' 'We tried that.' And so there's many, many layers, you become aware of all the layers of paint that have built up as you chip away with a knife... which I would do at your house, if you'd let me."

Hugh compare les étapes de la création - dans le script - à une ancienne maison de bois qui a été repeinte maintes et maintes fois . Parfois il demande : pourquoi House dit-il ou fait ceci ou cela ? et on me répond , nous avions expliqué brièvement avec telle ou telle réplique . Alors comme les multiples couches de peinture , si vous taillez dedans avec un couteau , vous pouvez les apercevoir . De même pour le personnage . Mais si vous voulez bien me laisser faire , je peux aller enlever la peinture chez vous !

8:15 PM -
Ray asks if anyone has any favorite episodes. "Of House?" Robert deadpans. The consensus: it's too hard to pick but everyone was really proud of "House's Head" and "Wilson's Heart."

Ray demande quel serait leur épisode préféré . RSL répond : De House ? ( rires )
Tous sont d'accord pour dire qu'en choisir UN est très difficile . Tous sont très fiers du 4x15 4x16 .


8:16 PM -
David on his first gig: "Paul Haggis gave me my first staff writing job. And he told me the typical season is 24 episodes and eight of them you'll love, eight of them you'll go 'eh' and eight of them you'll hate. I think I'm way ahead of that. I really like what we've all done with this thing." He later jokes, "So Haggis is a hack! He can't even get a job in television anymore."

Shore : Paul Haggis m'a chargé d'écrire les premiers épisodes . En m'expliquant que pour une saison - 24 épisodes - j'en aimerais 8 , je dirais ouais à 8 autres et j'en détesterais 8 . Mais je suis encore bien loin de cela . J'aime beaucoup tout ce que nous avons réussi à faire avec ce Show . (joke) Alors Haggis m'a trompé . Sûrement il ne trouvera plus de travail en télévision !

8:21 PM -
The youngest fan in the room asks which scene was the grossest for Hugh. He says the episode where he pulled out the girl's intestines during a hallucination. "Most of the time you're doing things that you know are not real - blood and guts - and I'm not particularly squeamish generally anyway. But it just went on for so long. You kept thinking, 'My God, this looks real!'"

Le plus jeune fan de l'assistance a demandé quelle scène a été la plus dégoûtante pour Hugh . Il a répondu l'épisode où il retire les intestins d'une fille pendant une hallucination . " La plupart du temps vous savez que ce n'est pas réel - le sang et les entrailles - et je ne suis pas trop sensible généralement . Mais cette scène a duré si longtemps , tu te mets à penser ' Mon dieu que ça a l'air vrai ! ' "

8:23 PM -
"Our character doesn't believe people can change," David says about the challenge of putting House in a mental institution. "I think [our first episode] we'll get to a point where he wants to change. Whether he can, whether he will is an open question." He later adds, "There's also a very non-artistic answer, which is I like the character and don't really want him to change."

saison 6
Shore dit que le personnage principal ne croit pas que les gens peuvent changer . House placé en institution est plutôt un défi car il semblera être désireux de changer . Le fera-t-i-l ? Oui ? Non ?
Il y a un autre problème : J'aime ce personnage et moi, je ne veux pas qu'il change .


8:26 PM -
Would Hugh be up to writing an episode? "No," he answers. "It's way beyond my talents. Absolutely not, absolutely not." This is followed by a love fest between Hugh and David. "This season, I'm going to make out with Hugh," David says. "I'll give you one example," Hugh says about David's awesomeness. "The [story with] Mirror Syndrome. And there's a scene - I'm sorry to go on about this, you probably don't mind too much? - I bring the patient into the operating theatre to meet Dr. Wilson to see how they will respond to each other to see whether he will reflect Wilson's behavior. And the opening line of that scene is, 'Mind if we play through.' Now I promise you, any other show on television and cable - with a capital-K-six-shows-a-year-oh-I'm-so-tired - any other show on television you would have a line - Dr. Wilson meets so-and-so or so-and-so meet Dr. Wilson or just some non-specific introduction between them. The fact that House enters with a completely unnecessary and yet very funny and elegant introduction, I found it absolutely exquisite. It was like seeing a magnificent building and yet noticing that the screws on the doorknob are all lined up. I just thought that's fantastic."

À la question si Hugh en viendrait à écrire lui-même un épisode il dit : Non c'est bien au delà de mes capacités . Absolument pas - non .
S'ensuit un échange entre Hugh et Shore pour se dire mutuellement leur admiration , avec des exemples à l'appui .


8:30 PM -
Someone asks who came up with "everybody lies." The answer: David. "I think the more significant aspect of that is people see the world through their own lenses," he adds. "And that lens is always distorted. And that search for the objective truth is really what the show is all about."

À la question 'quelle personne a suggéré : tout le monde ment ', Shore répond que c'est l'aspect du Show le plus significatif . Dans le sens que les gens ont une vision du monde à travers leurs propres conceptions - qui sont la plupart du temps déformées . Alors l'objectif fianl de ce show , c'est de découvrir la vérité en dessous .
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MessagePosté le: Ven 3 Juil - 08:37 (2009)    Sujet du message: Paley Center for Media "The Creative Process : Inside House" [17/06/09] Répondre en citant

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MessagePosté le: Ven 3 Juil - 17:41 (2009)    Sujet du message: Paley Center for Media "The Creative Process : Inside House" [17/06/09] Répondre en citant

Merciiii !!!!!! youpi Vraiment très sympa d'avoir pris le temps pour ça et surtout aussi vite ! Enccore merci merci
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