their = plural possessive pronoun, they're = contraction, there = adverb indicating position.
We're making a movie.
"Oh yeah? Which one?"
[title of a movie that hasn't come out yet].
"Never heard of it."
Tim & Eric, A Tribe Called Quest, decanters, Vice, haircuts, mugs from thrift stores, Steve Martin, Ernie Kovacs, El Scorcho, neo-futurism, suspenders, souvenir socks, text messages, bodega cats, Airplane!, conversations with cab drivers, bean boots, Edward Gorey, rye, Rain Dogs, the temple of Dendur, The Digable Planets, the smell Jell-O makes right when you add the hot water, Gang of Four, "What's Opera, Doc?", burgers with feta cheese, PT Anderson, award-winning street meat, Hanksy, JR, the merry pranksters, lithographs, mid-century modern, anything Jesse Thorn makes his "outshot", Melville, Mel Brooks, Shakespeare's history plays, live albums, shirts with buttons, The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady, Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers, London, cheap beer
I'm not into this stuff:
little white dogs, tv dinners, Roz Chast, Uggs, prequels, excessive ketchup, adorable little cupcakes, chocolate chips, flavored rum, linkedin, Glee, the cult of personality surrounding Lena Dunham, outdoorsy shit, camera flashes, "on a typical friday night I'm out with friends or at home watching Netflix", loyalty programs, trash juice, restaurants rated $$$ on yelp, celebrity gossip, upscale thai, Nick Hornby, BBQ potato chips
Or just creepin' your profile.
Please no ploys to feature me on your tumblr full of creepers, trannies, or honeypot scammers. I'm savvier than I look.