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1. dnf圣职者武器装扮
天龙八部2手游什么时候上线?完美世界的《天龙八部2》才是正统续作,是获得正版授权的。好多玩家预约后一直在问什么时候上线,下面就把上线的时间分享给大家,让大家可以在第一时间体验到游戏。 The Truth of Isiah BradleyWhile the nature of the GRC has allowed the series up until this moment to make some valid criticisms of American foreign policy, invoking more of Robert Morales and Kyle Baker The Truth: Red, White Black — a comic book series we discussed back in episode 2 — the program can no longer shy away from its criticisms of the country and its treatment of Black people. Isiah s experience in the Super Soldier equivalent of the Tuskegee Experiment, his mention of the 332nd Fighter Group, and the absolute torture he was put through for decades speaks to true horrors in our history. Just look at various news stories from this week to see how the cruelty continues. His bitterness is absolutely justified.It is also something Marvel, as a corporate entity, could not avoid once Sam had Cap s shield in his possession. Sure, the Marvel Cinematic Universe might seem more tolerant and diverse, but it is still a cousin to our reality. For the series to be compelling and, potentially, enlightening, it had to confront what it means for Sam to become Captain America.(Photo by Chuck Zlotnick. ©Marvel Studios 2021. All Rights Reserved.)Thus, Isiah comes to represent the criticism Sam will face from his own community. How is he going to accept the iconography of a nation that so often brutalizes his people? Unlike the Union Jack s (partial) rehabilitation as a symbol of camp, the U.S. flag continues to be a serious image with a serious message behind it. And for Isiah, that message is clear: you are not welcome here. In terms of the show, though, these issues are rooted in Isiah s lived experience and allow for the image of Steve Rodgers (Chris Evans) to still be good even as criminal acts are perpetrated in its shadow. At the same time, it is still amazing that a major corporation like Disney would put some of Isiah s statements out there.Also, after a lot of soul-searching, Sam is on the precipice of refuting Isiah s assertion that no self-respecting Black man would ever want to take up the shield. It s a level of nuance we appreciate even if we still suspect the shield s best destiny might be a return to Wakanda — the vibranium used to make it was not exactly a gift, after all.The Truth of John Walker(Photo by Marvel Studios)For a moment, we re going to show John Walker (Wyatt Russell) some sympathy, as he is right about one thing: the government made him that way. Sure, taking the serum and killing someone in public — to say nothing of attempting to murder Sam — were all his choices, but he was trained for the brutality of war. To borrow a phrase from another famous franchise, he is a blunt instrument.At the same time, Walker is a liar. If we re trying to keep the nuance of the situation, the lie about getting justice for Lemar (Clé Bennett) is an effort on Walker s part to maintain some semblance of sanity. And, we imagine, it is akin to the rationalization soldiers go through when thinking back on their actions in combat. But in spreading the lie to Lemar s family, it becomes something other than a necessary coping mechanism. Now, it is part of the reason he feels justified to carry on as Captain America. (Photo by Marvel Studios)It is a choice to continue down a dark path and reflects more of the flaws in Walker as a candidate for the job in the first place. It also underscores the wisdom of Dr. Erskine (Stanley Tucci) in choosing Steve, and it illustrates just how unprepared the human species is for the Super Soldier Serum. It amplifies the darker aspects of the soul until there is nothing left. Steve s immunity to that was his real superpower.But, we suppose, this is another sympathy we can extend to Walker. The people who chose him to replace Steve were unwilling to see how the qualities of a good and honorable soldier could break under the stress of playing at Captain America. And by putting him in a situation where the serum would be irresistible, they are as culpable as he is in what happened. Although, they can easily find cover now that he s chosen such a dangerous path.Don t Call Her Val
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2. 公平游戏环境
权威数据统计出,自2018年以来,整个游戏行业对手游实施了量的控制,手游数量暂缓增长,手游寒冬已经成为了事实。如何在这个困境中中有效地推广自己的产品达成盈利就显得更加重要和困难。因此,在手游推广的过程中,要注意以下几个问题。dnf圣职者武器装扮This week s Ketchup brings you more headlines from the world of film development news, covering new titles like Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore and The Lost Boys.This WEEK S TOP STORYSUPER MARIO BROS. HITS PLAY BUTTON IN LATE 2022 (Photo by Michael Tran/Getty Images, Priscilla Grant, Dee Cercone/Everett Collection)In 1993, Bob Hoskins and John Leguizamo starred in the ill-fated live action adaptation of the popular video game series Super Mario Bros. (Rotten at 28%), setting an early example for 25+ years of video game adaptations that almost always earned Rotten Tomatometer scores. The mistake in 1993 might have been making Super Mario Bros. live action set in the real world, since games like Super Mario World and its sequels and spinoffs were set in such brightly lit fantasy worlds. In 2017, the news first broke that Nintendo was partnering with Illumination Entertainment, the animation studio behind Despicable Me, The Secret Life of Pets, and Sing, to produce an animated adaptation of Super Mario Bros. Yesterday, Universal and Illumination confirmed Super Mario Bros. will be released next year on December 21, 2022. Mario and Luigi will be voiced by Chris Pratt and Charlie Day (It s Always Sunny in Philadelphia), respectively, alongside Anya Taylor-Joy as Princess Peach, Jack Black as Bowser, Keegan-Michael Key as Toad, Sebastian Maniscalco as Spike, Seth Rogen as Donkey Kong, Kevin Michael Richardson as Kamek, and Fred Armisen as Cranky Kong. Charles Martinet, the video game voice of Mario, will also have an unspecified cameo role. Although he doesn t use what will likely be his Mario voice, you can hear Chris Pratt say It s-a Me, Mario! for the first time in this Instagram post.  Super Mario Bros. will be directed by the Teen Titans Go! To the Movies team of Aaron Horvath and Michael Jelenic, working from a screenplay by Matthew Fogel (The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part and the upcoming Minions: The Rise of Gru). The December 21st date for Super Mario Bros. in 2022 lands it just five days after two other high profile movies, Avatar 2 and Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, both currently scheduled for December 16, 2022.Other Top Headlines1. THIRD FANTASTIC BEASTS WILL EXPLORE THE SECRETS OF DUMBLEDORE (Photo by © 2018 Warner Bros. Ent.)J.K. Rowling s original 2001 Harry Potter spinoff book Fanastic Beasts and Where to Find Them was a fairly direct encyclopedia of exactly what the title promised, but the film adaptation (Certified Fresh at 74%) and especially its sequel Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald (Rotten at 36%) arguably spent more time exploring the backstory of Harry Potter s human characters than it did showing off, you know, Fantastic Beasts. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic pushing back filming several months (the original start date was 3/16/2020), the third movie now titled Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore has been pushed up three months from July 15, 2022 to the Easter weekend of April 15, 2022. The title suggests more backstory for the young Dumbledore (played by Jude Law), and we also know that Mads Mikkelsen is stepping in to replace Johnny Depp as the villainous wizard Gellert Grindelwald. The other movies currently scheduled for April 15, 2022 are the romantic adventure The Lost City of D (starring Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum) and the DreamWorks animated comedy The Bad Guys (featuring the voices of Awkwafina, Anthony Ramos, and Sam Rockwell).2. HENRY GOLDING AND NOOMI RAPACE JOIN THE ASSASSIN CLUB (Photo by Kristin Callahan, Dee Cercone/Everett Collection)Every once in a rare while, film producers will announce a film after it has finished production. Assassin Club is an action movie that recently wrapped filming in Italy, and the cast includes an eclectic mix of stars. Henry Golding recently appeared in Guy Ritchie s The Gentlemen (Certified Fresh at 75%) and headlined Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins (Rotten at 37%), but he s probably best known as the male lead in Crazy Rich Asians (Certified Fresh at 90%), and and Noomi Rapace has been in movies like Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows and the original Swedish trilogy that began with The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Certified Fresh at 85%). Together, they star in Assassin Club as two of six assassins (of course) who have all been unknowingly hired to kill each other. Relative newcomer Daniela Melchior (Ratcatcher II in The Suicide Squad) co-stars as the girlfriend of Golding s character, while the venerable Sam Neill is signed on to play his mentor. The film is expected to release sometime next year, though a specific date hasn t been announced yet.3. CLASSIC 1980S TEEN VAMPIRE FLICK THE LOST BOYS TO BE REMADE (Photo by ©Warner Bros. courtesy Everett Collection)Although Hollywood s obsession with remaking its past successes is starting to creep more and more into the 1990s, there are still a few 1980s favorites that are going to be revisited soon. One movie that it might actually be surprising wasn t remade already was the 1987 hit The Lost Boys (Certified Fresh at 76%), starring Kiefer Sutherland as the leader of a gang of eternally (and stylishly) teenage vampires. Possibly part of the delay is that the plan had been for it to be rebooted as a TV show on The CW, but that pilot wasn t picked up, so Warner Bros. is opting to go with a movie. It looks like The Lost Boys remake might start filming soon, because it s being announced with its stars already attached. Those stars will be Noah Jupe (the son from A Quiet Place) and Jaeden Martell (Bill from the recent IT remakes), although it s unclear which characters they will be playing (this writer s guess is that they might play the two human brothers). The remake of The Lost Boys will be directed by Jonathan Entwistle (TV s The End of the F***ing World) from a screenplay by Randy McKinnon, who is also adapting the DC Comics title Static Shock.4. JOHN BOYEGA JOINS THE WOMAN KING AS THE (OTHER) KING (Photo by Everett Collection)One of the most intriguing elements of Marvel s Black Panther are the Dora Milaje, the all-female bodyguards of the King of Wakanda, which were based on the historical all-female military group called the Amazons of Dahomey. Their story will soon be told in the historical epic The Woman King, in which Viola Davis and Thuso Mbedu have been attached to star for some time, but casting is starting to step up as filming nears, including Lashana Lynch (Captain Marvel) joining the cast a few weeks ago. John Boyega (Finn from the recent Star Wars movies) also joined The Woman King recently as Dahomey s King Ghezo. The Woman King will be directed by Gina Prince-Bythewood (The Old Guard, The Secret Life of Bees).5. STANLEY TUCCI JOINS WHITNEY HOUSTON BIOPIC (Photo by Jason Mendez/Everett Collection)The COVID-19 pandemic may have dented the box office potential of the Aretha Franklin biopic Respect this summer, but Hollywood remains optimistic about the genre. Next year, we re finally going to get the pandemic-delayed Elvis biopic (6/3/2022) from director Baz Luhrmann, followed by the Whitney Houston biopic I Wanna Dance with Somebody (12/23/2022), starring Naomi Ackie (Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker), just in time for Christmas. We ve known about Ackie s involvement for a while now, but the biggest lingering casting question was about who would play New Edition singer and eventual Mr. Whitney Houston, Bobby Brown. The role of Brown will be played by Ashton Sanders, who is probably best known for his role as one of the teenagers in the Academy Award-winning 2016 drama Moonlight (Certified Fresh at 98%). Another key role will be record producer and executive Clive Davis, who will be portrayed by Stanley Tucci, and who is often credited with helping Whitney Houston achieve her stardom in the 80s. With Bobby Brown and Clive Davis, the next major figure in Whitney Houston s life yet to be cast might be her famous aunt, Dionne Warwick.6. WILL SMITH TURNING HIS 1990S HIT SONG SUMMERTIME INTO A HIP-HOP MUSICAL Years before starring in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Will Smith was one half of the hip-hop duo DJ Jazzy Jeff the Fresh Prince who had their biggest hit in 1991 with Summertime, which came out just as Smith s sitcom finished its first season. Fast forward 30 years, and Smith is not only a major movie star, but also a successful film producer, and he is now turning his attention back to Summertime. Smith s Westbrook Studios is partnering with Davis Entertainment to develop a hip-hop movie musical adapted from the song Summertime. Peter Saji, who is a writer on Black-ish and Cougartown, and co-created Mixed-ish, will adapt Summertime into a screenplay for which he will also make his directorial debut. It s not yet known if Will Smith plans on co-starring in the film.7. KEVIN BACON RETURNS TO HORROR IN UNTITLED BLUMHOUSE PROJECT (Photo by RCF/Everett Collection)Way before Tremors, and even before Footloose, one of Kevin Bacon s earliest roles was as one of the victims in the original Friday the 13th (Fresh at 63%) in 1980. Bacon has done thrillers and similar genres since then, and this week, he signed to co-star in another horror film, specifically an untitled Blumhouse project previously known as Whistler Camp, a story of LGBTQIA+ empowerment set at a gay conversion camp. The lead camper will be played by Theo Germaine, who might currently be best known for his role in Netflix s The Politician (Rotten at 48%), and it will be the feature directorial debut for screenwriter John Logan (Gladiator, The Aviator). In related news, Kevin Bacon s daughter Sosie Bacon, who had a supporting role in Mare of Easttown, landed a lead role in the psychological thriller Something w Wrong with Rose this week.8. THE RUSSIANS HAVE BEATEN TOM CRUISE IN THE NEW SPACE RACE (Photo by ©Universal Pictures)One of the craziest new movie projects to be announced last year was Tom Cruise s untitled film that aimed to be the first movie ever filmed in outer space, which is expected to film on the International Space Station under the direction of Doug Liman, who directed Cruise in Edge of Tomorrow (Certified Fresh at 91%) and American Made (Certified Fresh at 86%). Given how many pieces need to be in place for Cruise s ambitious project to actually happen, it perhaps not be surprising that he and Liman ended up losing this particular space race. Instead, it s going to be the Russians who make the first movie in space, as a film called The Challenge will be lifting off on October 5th. Having said that, it appears likely that Cruise s project will still be able to claim to be the first Hollywood production to film in space presuming it happens soon, before Richard Branson or Elon Musk beat him to it.9. CLASSIC 1980S MANGA TO BECOME LIVE ACTION KNIGHTS OF THE ZODIAC  (Photo by ©Toei Company/Courtesy Everett Collection)Hollywood seems to be slowing down a bit on adapting comic books (that aren t Marvel or DC), but in addition to video game adaptations, Hollywood is increasingly turning to manga and anime as sources for live-action adaptations. This week s news involves a classic 1980s manga (that was also adapted as an anime), Masami Kurumada s Saint Seiya, which is being adapted by Sony as Knights of the Zodiac. The movie has already been filmed at locations in Hungary and Croatia, with a cast that includes Mackenyu (Pacific Rim: Uprising), Madison Iseman (from the two recent Jumanji movies), Sean Bean (Game of Thrones), Famke Janssen (X-Men), Nick Stahl (Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines), Diego Tinoco, and Mark Dacascos. Mackenyu will star as Seiya, a street orphan who embarks on a journey to conquer the ancient Greek armor of Pegasus and choose his side in a preternatural battle for the fate of Sienna (Iseman), a young girl who struggles to control her godly powers. On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

3. 激战团竞模式
After decades of failed attempts and unsuccessful efforts, Frank Herbert’s Dune has been adapted into one of the most anticipated movies of the year — if not millennia. Does Denis Villeneuve (Arrival) finally do the classic science fiction novel(s) justice? The first reviews of his star-studded and visually epic new movie, also known as Dune: Part One, answer mostly in the affirmative. However, there’s a fairly uniform disappointment in how it ends without an ending.Here’s what critics are saying about Dune:Is this the Dune we ve always wanted? “Denis Villeneuve’s movie is the film interpretation that fans have been waiting to see for decades.” Eric Eisenberg, Cinema Blend“For science fiction devotees, especially those who have long-worshipped Frank Herbert’s dense tome…Villeneuve’s Dune is the adaptation you always dreamed of.” Ben Travis, Empire Magazine“[It] honors the source material in the most satisfying way possible. Dune 2021 is a modern-day work of art.” Jimmy O, JoBlo s Movie Emporium“The missing link bridging the multiplex and the arthouse… Good heavens, what a film.” Xan Brooks, Guardian“For all its amazing imagery and A-list stars and very cool interpretations of the nerdier aspects of Herbert’s book, this version of Dune doesn’t fully coalesce.” Scott Collura, IGNWill it make us forget about David Lynch s version?“His Dune is the opposite of Lynch’s, methodical and cerebral, set against pastels and smoke and long stretches of moodiness.” Roger Friedman, Showbiz 411“Denis Villeneuve hasn’t succeeded where the likes of David Lynch and Alejandro Jodorowsky have already failed, [but] his Dune is at least uniquely dispiriting.” David Ehrlich, IndieWire“I’ll always love Lynch’s Dune, a severely compromised dream-work that (not surprising given Lynch’s own inclination) had little use for Herbert’s messaging. But Villeneuve’s movie is Dune.” Glenn Kenny, RogerEbert.com(Photo by Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures)Is it a satisfying adaptation?“This first chapter explores a very complex and detailed story with clarity and style. More importantly, it does so without sacrificing the impressive detail of Frank Herbert’s original vision.” Jimmy O, JoBlo s Movie Emporium“Denis Villeneuve and his collaborators have cracked the code with their approach… extraordinary in its ability to directly translate the source material across mediums without compromise.” Eric Eisenberg, Cinema Blend“A more significant casualty is the book’s layered interiority, its skill at turning unspoken perceptions and motives into drama; the writers have managed this material without mastering it.” Justin Chang, Los Angeles Times“If anything falls short of Herbert s particular vision it s the movie s sandworms.” Leah Greenblatt, Entertainment WeeklyIs it OK if you haven t read the book?“Thankfully, Dune isn’t particularly hard to follow.” Rodrigo Perez, The Playlist“Though there’s plenty to establish, Villeneuve makes surprisingly light work of it all… Dune is never as formidable as it threatens to be.” Ben Travis, Empire Magazine“The script does a good job with exposition without making it seem like EXPOSITION… but by the same token, there may not be any reason for you to be interested in Dune if you’re not a science-fiction-movie person anyway.” Glenn Kenny, RogerEbert.com“It’s not a film that requires any familiarity with the source material… Stretches in the early parts of Dune are a layman’s terms guide to Herbert’s incredibly intricate and uniquely realized universe.” Adam Solomons, AwardsWatch“If you come in not knowing the difference between a Holtzman shield and a hole in the floor, it s a longer walk.” Leah Greenblatt, Entertainment Weekly“We don’t really learn much about individual characters in the film, making it hard to grasp or care about the stakes of the story.” Richard Lawson, Vanity Fair(Photo by Chiabella James/©Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.)How is Denis Villeneuve as director?“Villeneuve’s true talent is less in the staging of violence than in the queasy anticipation of it… That gift serves him well enough in Dune.” Justin Chang, Los Angeles Times“Those who find Villeneuve to be a self-serious, humorless, and pretentious bore likely won’t be changing their minds anytime soon after Dune, but that just might be their loss.” Rodrigo Perez, The Playlist“To say I have not admired Villeneuve’s prior films is something of an understatement. But I can’t deny that he’s made a more-than-satisfactory movie of the book.” Glenn Kenny, RogerEbert.com“The unforgiving starkness will unsettle even some of Villeneuve’s greatest fans.” Donald Clarke, Irish Times“For all of Villeneuve’s awe-inducing vision, he loses sight of why Frank Herbert’s foundational sci-fi opus is worthy of this epic spectacle in the first place.” David Ehrlich, IndieWire“He’s an overloader, and only the keenest and most urgent of scripts can survive beneath that weight. Dune, unfortunately, is not one of those.” Richard Lawson, Vanity FairHow does it compare to his other work?“It’s an arthouse blockbuster in the vein of his Blade Runner 2049, but even less concerned with commercial appeal, which is admirably bold.” Rodrigo Perez, The Playlist“Much like the haunting Blade Runner 2049, the director has taken the time to explore numerous characters without sacrificing the main story and themes.” Jimmy O, JoBlo s Movie Emporium“Like Blade Runner 2049 and especially Arrival, Dune is another unusually philosophical speculative fiction that ponders the difficulties of language and coexistence.” Justin Chang, Los Angeles Times“If you loved Arrival and Blade Runner 2049, then Dune is perhaps Denis Villeneuve at his Villeneuviest.” Richard Trenholm, CNET(Photo by Chiabella James/©Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.)Is it reminiscent of anything else?“Think of it as Game of Thrones in space or Star Wars if it never got off Tatooine.” Steve Pond, The Wrap“Impressively ambitious in scale, like Villeneuve mashing up the worlds of Star Wars and Game of Thrones.” Brian Truitt, USA Today“Arguably [many of its elements are] all things that Star Wars features too, but just much more dense, sophisticated, and less child-like.”  Rodrigo Perez, The Playlist“Dune feels most reminiscent of The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring.” Ben Travis, Empire Magazine“Much like the semi-recent classic Peter Jackson’s The Fellowship of the Rings in the LOTR trilogy, this is only the beginning of the story… [and] Denis Villeneuve has created one of the best fantasy feature since Peter Jackson’s journey into Middle Earth.” Jimmy O, JoBlo s Movie Emporium“Historical comparisons are of no use. None of us has been anywhere like this before. They can put that on the poster.” Donald Clarke, Irish Times“It sets a new standard for modern sci-fi epics.” Germain Lussier, io9.comIs there enough action for mainstream audiences?“Dune is consistently gripping and plot driven.” Adam Solomons, AwardsWatch“Even though it may be a slow burn, the action set pieces do not disappoint, neither does the filmmaker sacrifice the subtle themes and ideas explored throughout.” Jimmy O, JoBlo s Movie Emporium“The pacing is perfect. Villeneuve makes you wait just long enough, so when the action moves to Arrakis you’re just as eager to venture into the desert as Paul.” Ben Travis, Empire Magazine“This version of Dune sometimes feels as if it aims to impress you more than entertain you… but it’s also a formidable cinematic accomplishment.” Steve Pond, The Wrap“It feels like a drag in its back half.” Scott Collura, IGN(Photo by Chiabella James/©Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.)How are the visuals?“Cinematographer Grieg Fraser has outdone himself from frame to frame, set piece to set piece, creating jaw dropping pieces of art that are impressionistic, sensational, and other worldly.” Roger Friedman, Showbiz 411“It’s all a feast for the eyes. The visuals are mind-blowing.” Jimmy O, JoBlo s Movie Emporium“Aesthetically, Dune is pretty damn monumental and enveloping, and for audiences that potentially may find the plot confusing, the film still works on a deeply experiential, visceral level.” Rodrigo Perez, The Playlist“The sense of scale conjured up is, from moment to moment, frequently astonishing.” Ben Travis, Empire Magazine“Dune looks great, but outside of the fantastical design, the muted palette borders on drab.” Richard Trenholm, CNETAnd how does it sound?“Dune [is] a symphony for the ears as well as a feast for the eyes.” Justin Chang, Los Angeles Times“Dune is also an auditory journey, not only featuring enveloping sound editing, but one of the best scores Hans Zimmer has ever composed.” Eric Eisenberg, Cinema Blend“The visual vastness is matched by a Hans Zimmer score that is, to use a technical term, full-Zimmer.” Ben Travis, Empire Magazine“Composer Hans Zimmer inspires great awe with a booming score, but not one BRAAAM in sight, thankfully.” Rodrigo Perez, The Playlist What is the overall experience like?“As a visual and visceral experience, Dune is undeniably transporting. As a spectacle for the mind and heart, it never quite leaves Earth behind.” Justin Chang, Los Angeles Times“Dune is certainly capable of transporting us to its alien landscapes via its many technical achievements… There is no detail spared in immersing us in this fantastical world.” Scott Collura, IGN“You feel like you’re looking into a window across space and time… The line between fiction and reality fades from your mind, and it’s breathtaking.” Eric Eisenberg, Cinema Blend“Villeneuve’s Dune is the sandworm exploding out from the darkness below. It is a film of such literal and emotional largeness that it overwhelms the senses.” Clarisse Loughrey, Independent(Photo by Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures)How are the performances?“Chalamet confirms on a grand scale what arthouse audiences have long known about his charisma.” David Crow, Den of Geek“Timothee Chalamet once again gives another exceptional performance.” Jimmy O, JoBlo s Movie Emporium“Among the uniformly excellent performances, Timothée Chalamet holds his own in his first blockbuster leading role.” Ben Travis, Empire Magazine“Chalamet, playing it earnestly and effectively, is perfectly cast here, and both Ferguson and Isaac are excellent, as is Skarsgård.” Pete Hammond, Deadline“Everyone flawlessly gets at the core of who they are playing. Timothee Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson and Oscar Isaac are the triumvirate that lead the cast, and they are all phenomenal.” Eric Eisenberg, Cinema Blend“Momoa, in particular, bringing a swagger and excitement beyond anything we’ve seen from him before.” Germain Lussier, io9.com“The actors here all give good, serious performances, but in a sense it isn’t an actor’s film, because they are playing archetypes.” Catherine Bray, Film of the Week“No one has much time to distinguish themselves, all functioning as mere fleshy cogs in Villeneuve’s churning machine.” Richard Lawson, Vanity FairIs it a fun movie?“The script benefits from injecting occasional bits of humor into the universe-shaping events of the film.” Scott Collura, IGN“Dune is so aesthetically rich and monolithic that a few brief, misguided stabs at Marvel-style humor early on feel almost like blasphemy.” Leah Greenblatt, Entertainment Weekly“If what you love most about Marvel is the quips, you might not like Dune very much…it is deadly serious…a relief I hadn’t realized I needed.” Catherine Bray, Film of the Week“While Villeneuve has been and likely remains one of the most humorless filmmakers alive, the novel wasn’t a barrel of laughs either, and it’s salutary that Villeneuve honored the scant light notes in the script.” Glenn Kenny, RogerEbert.com“Dune lumbers with such aloof, uninviting self-seriousness that it’s hard to love, hard to even celebrate as an assured piece of tentpole authorship.” Richard Lawson, Vanity Fair“My only grievance is that hardly anyone in this film ever smiles…everyone in Dune is grimly serious. You kind of wish someone would shake Paul’s hand with a joy buzzer.” Roger Friedman, Showbiz 411(Photo by Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures)Does it feel unfinished?“The film is ultimately a long and overwrought prologue — a prelude to action rather than its own autonomous story.” Richard Lawson, Vanity Fair“The real meal doesn’t really begin until Part Two, and that’s probably one of the minor disappointments of its inconclusive finale.” Rodrigo Perez, The Playlist“It does wind up feeling incomplete… like the serving of a decadent and delicious appetizer that comes out while the epic entrée to come is still braising in the kitchen.” Eric Eisenberg, Cinema Blend“It feels so completely sure of itself and so legitimately stunning, that it’s a huge shame that the next chapter is in fact subject to the whims of the marketplace… Surely, there has to be more.” Catherine Bray, Film of the Week“To be left dangling without Dune: Part Two would be a particular heartbreak. Here’s hoping we won’t only be seeing it in our dreams.” Ben Travis, Empire MagazineIs it difficult to assess this first chapter on its own?“It will require reassessment when the rest of the director’s vision is revealed – and if there is a movie god, we’ll see that happen sooner rather than later.” Eric Eisenberg, Cinema Blend“What could happen in the future isn’t something you can think about when critiquing a movie though. There’s this movie, this story, and if it doesn’t work on its own, that would problem. It’s not a problem here.” Germain Lussier, io9.comDune is in theaters and on HBO Max on October 22, 2021.

4. 呼朋唤友 随心所欲
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5. HD 画质与高品质音讯
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3.86.3 2月喜迎手游这里我们讨论的不是泛指手机上玩的所有游戏,我们单指需要下载到手机客户端上的APP游戏。APP游戏一般都是比较大型的手游,玩的流畅度、画面、操作等等要求都比较高,一般玩大型手游的都是死忠粉,在如今H5游戏、小程序游戏冲击的情况下,也没有减少的意思。所以相对来说游戏行业比较稳定发展的游戏就是手游了。短期以及长期内都不会有大的波动。而且手游平台的运营成本跟收入几乎是成正比的,里面的功能系统,操作权限都是非常完善的。
lol手游我也会下上和同学玩,我只会蒙多,盖伦这种。真没必要在这黑,等以后游戏出了,现在说卸载王者的,可以给个证据和自己lol端游手游记录啥的,看看你是不是真的热爱!老实说我两个游戏都玩,不存在那个游戏更加垃圾,玩的开心比较重要,比来比去脱离游戏本质,如果你非要证明那个自己喜欢的游戏更厉害,不如自己去打另一个打到职业水平再回头来说这个问题,这样也没人能反驳。
Join us weekly as Rotten Tomatoes reports on what s indie features are streaming. From promising releases by new voices to experimental efforts from storied filmmakers – or perhaps the next indie darling to go the distance for end-of-year accolades – we will break it all down for you here each week.For the foreseeable future, the specialty box office and all theatrical releases will be on hold as we all make efforts to socially distance ourselves and reduce the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. With that in mind, we have reshaped our Indie Fresh List. This week we have a slam poetry doc, a haunted house horror film, and a biopic about Madam Curie. In our Spotlight section, we have Dave Franco s directorial debut film about a creepy Airbnb. In our Indie Trailer section, we have new clips from films starring Brenton Thwaites, Tobias Menzies, and Jackass Steve-O.Streaming This Weekend

The year was 1999. The summer movie season was about to kick off with one of the most anticipated films of all time. This would be the year that would see the return of the greatest franchise in cinema histo
King of the Crop: Ralph Breaks The Internet, the Bank, and a Non-Frozen RecordDebbie DayFor the fourth straight Thanksgiving holiday, Disney led the way. In 2012, Wreck-It Ralph kicked off the holiday movie season in November with a million opening. It went on to gross over 9 million (a 3.86 multiple) domestic and over 1 million worldwide. The sequel, Ralph Breaks the Internet, grossed .6 million over the weekend (the third best Thanksgiving weekend not counting Frozen) and .4 million since Wednesday (a five-day Thanksgiving weekend record not counting Frozen).The .3 million Ralph grossed on Thanksgiving is the highest ever for a film that had not played in a single theater yet. (Frozen made million.) That beat Moana’s .9 million and Coco’s .9 million, the two films not named Frozen that were the previous champions for the five-day turkey weekend with and .9 million. (Frozen made .5 million over the holiday when it expanded to 3,742 theaters from one.) The 86% Fresh animated film also made another .5 million overseas, and should have no problem becoming just the eighth Thanksgiving weekend opener to reach 0 million. Can it become the first film not named Frozen to reach the 0 million mark?Fresh Surprise: Creed II Crushes a Franchise Record(Photo by MGM, Warner Bros. Pictures)After the surprise financial (9.7 million) and critical success (95% Tomatometer score) of 2015’s Creed with a 33-year build-up from Rocky IV (0.5 million with inflation), and Creed II now delivers the highest live-action film opening over the Thanksgiving weekend. .2 million over the weekend and .8 million for the five-day. The latest in the Rocky franchise beat Enchanted’s .4 million and million, respectively, back in 2007. Creed did .6 million and .1 million. The sequel, which has an 82% Tomatometer score, has a long way to go to best Mrs. Doubtfire’s 9.1 million, but it certainly has a shot to join the top five list that currently includes Three Men and a Baby (7.7 million), 1996’s 101 Dalmatians (6.1 million), Rocky IV (7.8 million), and Enchanted (7.0 million).Rotten Returns: Robin Hood Sinks to the Bottom of the ChartsDebbie DayIn opposite news, Lionsgate’s latest attempt at a franchise flailed domestically. The million to 0 million budgeted Robin Hood made just .1 million in its first five days. The only Thanksgiving openers since 1990 to open between million to million over that period and surpass million are Martin Scorsese’s Hugo (.5 million) and Casino (.5 million). Lionsgate is clearly hoping this international hero will help bridge that gap overseas. Ridley Scott’s 2010 43%-rated version with Russell Crowe added 6.4 million international dollars to its 5 million domestic total, while 2018’s version has made .7 million so far. But in terms of films in 2018 that American audiences ignored, it’s down there with Pacific Rim Uprising (.4 million less domestic total than production budget), The Nutcracker and the Four Realms (-69 million less), Skyscraper (.2 million less), and Early Man (.7 million less). The film’s 12% Tomatometer score also makes it one of the worst reviewed films ever to be released over Thanksgiving ahead of just End of Days (11%), Out Cold (8%), Deck the Halls (6%), and both Old Dogs and Christmas with the Kranks at 5%.Top 10 and Beyond: Grinch and Queen Film Cruise, While The Favourite Joins Elite Company(Photo by Universal Pictures)Last week’s No. 1, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald dropped to third place, but dropped even further behind its predecessor; Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them was up to 6 million in its tenth day, while Crimes is at just 6.3 million. The first Twilight film had 9.7 million on day 10 and finished with 2.7 million. While it is likely to join Robin Hood in the red on budget vs. domestic totals, its worldwide tally is over 9 million.We are upping last week’s estimate on The Grinch from 0 million–240 million to 0 million to 0 million after a million five-day haul. That’s the third-best Thanksgiving holiday total for a film in its third weekend behind Skyfall (.5 million) and Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (.7 million), which were at 0.1 million and 0.1 million after 17 days. The Grinch is at 0.4 million. Meanwhile the parallels between Bohemian Rhapsody and A Star Is Born are striking. The biopic of Queen’s Freddie Mercury is up to 2 million on its 24th day of release after a .8 million weekend. (It dipped just 13.6% despite losing 883 theaters.) Lady Gaga was at 8.6 million in the same period, though it grossed slightly more with million. The scale may be sliding in the other direction, but Bradley Cooper’s Oscar frontrunner is now up to 1 million (3 million worldwide) and with a lack of releases over the next two weeks could manage to cross the 0 million threshold. That Bohemian Rhapsody comes anywhere close to that is a victory nobody expected.Green Book (81%) jumped up to 1,063 theaters this weekend, though Universal certainly was hoping for a better per-theater-average of ,120 for a .4 million weekend. The film’s performance may shift the studio’s focus back to First Man as a more viable awards contender despite its disappointing box office. By the same token, Jason Reitman’s The Front Runner (58%) is anything but when it comes to awards right now. Despite an expansion into 870 theaters in its third week, the film earned just an additional 0,000 for a grand total of .06 million. It looks like the political film will be the lowest grossing wide release of Hugh Jackman’s career, replacing Deception (.59 million), which may have been released in a full 2,000 theaters, but even Woody Allen’s Scoop grossed million, and it never surpassed 541 theaters.In solid limited release news, Yorgos Lanthimos’s The Favourite (95%) opened to a robust 0,000 in just four theaters. Not only is that better than The Lobster (0,252) and The Killing of a Sacred Deer (5,120), but that is the seventh best per-theater-average for a film launching in just four venues behind The Grand Budapest Hotel (1,166), American Sniper (3,456), Moonrise Kingdom (2,996). Steve Jobs (1,522), The Imitation Game 9,352), The Revenant (4,560), and Birdman (4,397). That pushes even Best Picture Oscar winner Moonlight (2,075) out of that Top Ten list, eight of which went on to become Best Picture nominees. Its 5,000 average became the best of the 2018 beating Bo Burnham’s Eighth Grade (,949). Netflix is currently not reporting the numbers for Alfonso Cuaron’s Roma, whose advance theatrical release before its streaming premiere next month have been selling out.This Time Last Year: Coco Led and Justice League’s End Was Beginning(Photo by Disney/Pixar)Pixar’s Coco led the way with .8 million, besting the second week of DC’s Justice League, which grossed million over the holiday weekend. Remarkably, though the superhero film made just over million for the five-day holiday, it grossed just an additional .1 million total going forward. Award contenders Call Me By Your Name and Darkest Hour each opened in four theaters and grossed 2,932 and 5,006, respectively, for the best per-theater-averages. The latter went on to gross over million and win Gary Oldman the Oscar for Best Actor. The Top 10 films grossed 8.4 million from Friday to Sunday and scored 60.6% on the Tomatometer. This year’s films made 2.7 million over the three-day and averaged 68.2%On the Vine: New Releases Begin a Virtual Two-Week Vacation(Photo by Screen Gems)Screen Gems’ The Possession of Hannah Grace is the only new wide release we are getting for the next two weeks and even this one may not reach 2,000 theaters. It is also not being screened for press, so draw your own conclusions. Perhaps you can find where Orion (yes, Orion) is opening the zombie musical Anna and the Apocalypse, which is currently 92% Fresh on the Tomatometer.The Full Top 10: November 21-25Ralph Breaks the Internet .6 million (3-day) / .5 million (5-day) (.4 million total)Creed II .2 million (3-day) / .8 million (5-day) (.8 million total)The Grinch – .2 million (3-day) / .0 million (5-day) (0.4 million total)Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald – .6 million (3-day) / .9 million (5-day) (7.1 million total)Bohemian Rhapsody – .8 million (3-day) / .3 million (5-day) (2.0 million total)Instant Family – .5 million (3-day) / .4 million (5-day) (.7 million total)Robin Hood .1 million (3-day) / .1 million (5-day) (.2 million total)Widows – .9 million (3-day) / .5 million (5-day) (.5 million total)Green Book .4 million (3-day) / .4 million (5-day) (.8 million total)A Star Is Born – .0 million (3-day) / .0 million (5-day) (1.0 million total)
内容作者们也嗅到了英雄联盟手游的流量新风口,大量平台主播、游戏领域创作者加入手游内容生态。小智、小苍、JY、Miss等八位英雄联盟元老作者也受邀“重聚”手游,集体更新经典栏目,引发一片“爷青回”感叹!
而手游的重度玩家则更在乎游戏本身的质感和玩法上的新鲜感,当游戏本身大同小异缺乏吸引力的时候,这类玩家也会迅速离开。
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10. The Finale in Session 9 (2001) 64%A condemned asylum. Inside: clattering chains, disturbed wheelchairs, and crumbling wards. A group of people enter to clean up the place, some who harbor dark histories. Sound like a set up for classic dark and stormy Gothic tale? Not so with Session 9. What kind of clean up crew would work at night? Come on, this is a horror movie: Logic is king here. A slow atmospheric burn with minimal gore until its final minutes, but even when things go to hell, the blood is bathed in New England sun.9. Freddy s Coming For You in A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) 95%Time for a victory lap: Hop into the convertible on this bright school morning having vanquished the tormentor of fatal dreams, turn around and wave goodbye to your mom standing on the porch. Suddenly, the top slams down and the car peels down the street, as mama is sucked through the front door window. The nightmare has only just begun. The original Friday the 13th s Jason Voorhees made the last-second jump scare a mandatory inclusion for 80s slashers and beyond. Freddy Krueger may have perfected it.8. Michael Myers Stalking in Halloween (1978) 96%John Carpenter s classic did a lot of things right. Gave us a classic creepy synth score. Destroyed suburbia s manicured image as a stronghold of safety and comfort. And it rolled out the red carpet to let masked killer Michael Myers to wander and stalk his prey in broad daylight. The shot of Myers staring up at you from among the billowing laundry sheets hung to dry in the yard remains an iconic and violating image.7. The Day After in The Hills Have Eyes (2006) 52%The Carter family is subjected to a litany of brutal terror over the course of 24 hours. During the initial day, they re led off-road and their car gets mangled in the desert. The family separates in search for help. A dog gets gutted. The gas station attendant commits suicide. And always mutants are watching them from afar in the brush and rocks, leading to a long night of crucifixions, immolation, rape, murder, and baby-snatching. And then the next day, the cannibals feast on sun-cooked flesh. It s a torturous chain of events that transforms the remaining Carters into out-for-blood hunters in a highly questionable, deeply satisfying revenge ending.6. Randy s Death in Scream 2 (1997) 81%You knew director Wes Craven wasn t fooling around when he killed off know-it-all cinebuff Randy, portrayed by Jamie Kennedy as someone as smart and cynical as the audience. How could he have fallen for the afternoon masked killer in the local news van with noisy nearby breakdancers? Oldest trick in the book! But it s also series most shocking homicide outside of Drew Barrymore s, the one that tells the oh-so-smart audience that no one was truly safe. The Arquettes, Courteney and David as Gale and Dewey, frantically search for the killer in the college square by accosting students with their new-fangled mobile phones, presenting on screen when awful taunting calls escaped the constraints of landlines and curly cords, and into a new world of free-roaming terror.5. The Ceremony in The Wicker Man (1973) 88%Midsommar owes a blood debt to this provincial classic: the unsettling tale of an uptight Christian cop investigating a young girl s disappearance on an island of decadent mystic pagans has thematic and visual parallels to Aster s film. Likewise, nearly the entire movie is set during the day among verdant nature and maypole celebrations and foreshadowing musical rhymes that seem to follow the officer everywhere he goes. It s far too late when he realizes the true nature of his work, leading to a fiery climax in the friscalating dusk light.4. The Premonition in Final Destination 2 (2003) 48%Some of the best horror wedges its way into the normal, degrading the routine and humdrum into a morass of paranoia and fear. Final Destination 2 does that with the daily morning commute, because what could be more humdrum than getting in our 1,000 lb. metal husks every day, navigating them manually down the road as cars careen towards us in the opposite direction separated only by capriciously painted lines on the ground? Suddenly, something as innocent as a flatbed of loose tree logs becomes a rolling thunder revue of broken windshield, splattered heads, and Michael Bay–style auto explosions.3. The Opening Chase in 28 Weeks Later (2007) 71%28 Days Later s famous opening features calm shots of the hero wandering an empty London metropolis depopulated by zombies moments we would consider eerie, almost beautiful, but not scary. 28 Weeks Later takes the opposite approach. It s set in the countryside, as a band of infected descend upon defenseless survivors. The camera is in your face, the footage choppy and frantically (but not confusingly) edited, save for a gliding crane shot as our new hero flees across the field and towards a waiting river boat. The fact that he just abandoned his wife to the zombies moments earlier contribute to the gut-punching bleakness of the situation. Now that we consider scary.2. Leatherface Appears in The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974) 89%Like a rusty chainsaw, Tobe Hooper s horror masterpiece takes a moment to rev up. But once it gets going, the movie is relentless, grinding down the viewer s endurance up until the famous ending of Leatherface cutting the rising sun light in boiling anger. It s a great final appearance, but his first introduction is even better. Hapless travelers, in search of gas for their thirsty boogie van, approach a piquant homestead, oblivious that its inhabitants are cannibal freaks who have no qualms doing their dirty deeds in daylight. Leatherface suddenly appears from out of a hallway, smashes his victim s head in with a hammer as the body crumples and twitches on the ground, and then slides the slaughterhouse door shut. Looks like meat s back on the menu, boys!1. The Beach Attack in Jaws (1975) 98%The scene that made a generation of filmgoers terrified of open water. It s immaculately crafted pop horror and it still works today. Steven Spielberg uses a collage of beach crowd noise and throngs of people innocently rising to disorient the viewer, telling us to be just as alert as Roy Scheider s police chief. Spielberg famously had to use every filmmaking tool he knew to overcome critical obstacles like a malfunctioning shark, and here heightens and stylizes reality as Jaws approaches the beach. A split diopter lens shot puts an obtrusive face and a possibly drowning distant swimmer in equal focus. A dog is discovered missing. We get that terrifying first-person viewpoint as Jaws picks his victim, and the incessant John Williams theme building on the soundtrack. Then a dolly zoom as terror dawns on Schieider s face. A geyser of blood erupts out in the ocean as pure pandemonium breaks out, and a frantic mother loses her son. It s a powerful scene in how powerless it makes a man of law feel against a force of nature.Like this? 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Ryan Fujitani for Rotten Tomatoes: Hotel Mumbai is an intense film. Knowing what the story was behind it, and knowing what you were able to portray in the film, what was the atmosphere like on set? I can t imagine there was a lot of laughter and joking around when the cameras were turned off.Armie Hammer: Yeah, you re not wrong. It was very different. Call My By Your Name was the film I shot right before this, where we were riding bicycles and drinking wine through the Italian countryside, and then I came to this, where we are in smoke-filled hotel hallways being chased by gunmen screaming at us in Urdu, and had no idea what was going on. It was really intense. The filming experience was brutal. It was a lot of time manifesting just fear and anxiety and adrenaline and all that stuff, and that wasn t the only reason why it was a more serious and somber filming experience, but also because we re telling the real story of people who went through these terrible traumatic events.We wanted to be respectful of that. We wanted to acknowledge that, yeah, we had the ability and safety net of calling cut if things ever got out of hand for us. The people in the hotel didn t. So that was something that was always on our mind. So the days were very heavy they were brutal and we compensated at night. By the minute we wrapped, we were like, F k. Alright guys, let s go to dinner. We need wine, we need something. Let s just chill. And everybody would just hang out with each other at night, and try to just joke, and try to find some levity, and just enjoy being with each other, knowing that the next day was going to be equally intense and equally brutal, and that we were going to have to do it over, and over, and over.RT: As harrowing an experience shooting the film must have been, would you say that you discovered anything new about yourself in the process, or was there something you discovered about the story you were portraying that surprised you?Hammer: I wish I could say, You know what I discovered about myself? That if I was in this situation I would try to X, Y, and Z. And I would try to be the hero in some way, or I would try to do whatever I could to save myself or save some lives. But ultimately, the thing that I walked away from it realizing was, these situations happen all the time, unfortunately, and we just had something like this happen down in Christchurch.This s t happens way too often. And the fact of the matter is, it f king sucks. There s no positive thing about this. I didn t walk away from the movie saying, Oh, well now I know this about myself. I walked away from it going, That f king sucks. What do we do to make sure that does not happen again? What can we do as a voting populace? What can we do as humanity? What can we do as people to ensure that this s t stops happening? There s no positive silver lining to things like this. There s no big lesson to learn. All you walk away from it going is, That s t sucks, and I don t want that to happen anymore. Hotel Mumbai opens in select theaters on Friday, March 22. 这主要一个原因是由于现如今手游玩家占据了游戏市场的绝大多数,2020年,手游的年营收高达两千多万,玩家用户数也蹭蹭暴涨。而端游和主机游戏加起来,也不过是其中的四分之一而已,实在是闻者伤心,听者落泪。

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(Photo by Merie Weismiller Wallace / © Focus Features / Courtesy Everett Collection)Joel Meares for Rotten Tomatoes: Congratulations on the film. When I saw it earlier this year, it took me by complete surprise because I think, like a lot of people, I d gone in thinking I was going to get something a bit more Atomic Blonde or Britney from the “Toxic” music video, and this was a much more grounded, real story and went in directions I was not expecting. Was the goal to tell a more relatable revenge story?Emerald Fennell: I love the revenge genre. I just think it s one of the most pleasurable, cathartic things. But I think that I wanted, for a while, to see if it was possible to make a revenge movie that had all of the pleasures of the genre but had a very real woman at the center of it, kind of behaving in a way that I think real women do. So part of that was thinking: What would I do? If I really wanted to go on my revenge journey, what could I do? I m not very handy, and certainly no good with a machete, so what s within my power? And it started from there.Do you think the fact that people might go in, like I did, expecting something more typical of the genre works to the film’s advantage?Fennell: Absolutely. It s sort of designed to undercut and use those tropes and twist those tropes. It’s always fun [when someone] has a familiarity with the genre so that you can kind of surprise them; that was always very much intentional and really very fun in the writing, trying to find those ways of being surprising. I hope that it s just as gripping and enjoyable as the more traditional version would be, but it also kind of maybe packs a more personal punch.(Photo by © Focus Features)One other thing that may surprise viewers is that you ve chosen to examine the #MeToo moment and rape culture not by looking at a case that might be more sensational – sort of a Weinstein-esque, cut-and-dried, black-and-white case. Rather, this is more the stuff we hear about on college campuses all the time, stuff that we ve probably touched in our real lives in some way – more “Cat Person” or Kavanaugh. Was that your entry point? To tackle #MeToo in a way many people probably have some connection to, even if they don t think of it in that way?Fennell: I guess, [but] it wasn t as deliberate at that. I m not really interested in heroes and villains. I m really interested in good people doing bad things, and growing up as I did in the noughties, this was just endemic, just completely normal. It was the punchline of every Hollywood comedy movie, getting girls drunk. Every coming-of-age story was like: “Give her a drink.” Is there a drunk girl here? “Great!” It was on network TV shows. It was so normal.And that is what is so deeply disturbing to me, is that it s very easy when it s villains, it s very easy when it s people that you don t like. What s very complicated is when it s something that, as you say, almost everyone has an experience with, to some degree, because it was normalized. That s chilling. And where do we go from there, then, when everyone feels slightly differently? Everyone s kind of making their own excuses; nobody s really willing to talk about it openly.So that s kind of where Cassie s journey begins. If there isn t anything wrong with this, why do you feel so attacked or freaked out? I think it s just an interesting place to start.(Photo by © Focus Features)It s interesting to hear you mention the noughties pop culture. You and I both grew up as teens in that era. When you mentioned that culture, all these films came flooding back to me. There s been a lot of talk about grappling with those cultural artifacts; and regarding the ’80s, we saw Molly Ringwald s essay in The New Yorker doing just that, looking at the John Hughes films that she was a part of. Do you have a view as to how we look back on those things, now that elements of them do feel problematic when put under a modern microscope?Fennell: Well, I think the way you hope that society and culture moves on is that we learn as we go, which means you have to find merit in things that maybe have stuff that s problematic. Obviously, I think lots of people think that this film is very sort of scorched-earth, but actually, I do think that, for me, so much of the movie is about forgiveness and redemption and the possibility of those things. But those things only come after some honesty and some self-scrutiny and apology.I do feel like certainly some I m sort of careful never to shame any particular movies, because I think actually times do change, and there ll be things in 20 years, I m sure, that my children will find problematic about stuff. So, I think in order for any of us to move forward in any artistic medium and as a society, [we have to] understand things will change, and that s okay. At the same time, ignoring it isn t useful, so I think it s just important that we acknowledge that there s some stuff that isn t great. But that s of its time, I suppose.(Photo by © Focus Features)You’ve said that you wanted this film not to be a treatise, but to be fun and to entertain. One of the things I think people will love, in addition to the thriller elements and the revenge elements, is the hilarious dialogue, particularly from some of the boys Cassie picks up. I was thinking about the scene with Christopher Mintz-Plasse in the apartment, where he tells her about his novel and offers her “kumquat liqeur.” It’s so cringey. How fun was it to write the most dickish things guys could possibly say in that situation?Fennell: So fun. I love all that stuff, and also stuff like the costumes – giving Sam Richardson a leather trilby and boot-cut jeans with leather shoes. And with Neil, who s Chris Mintz-Plasse s character, we designed the name of the fake album that he s snorting coke off, and we decided to be very, kind of, culture-y appropriate-y. So there are a lot of dreamcatchers. Every woman who worked on this film in the crew, when we went to the set after it had been dressed, they all went: “Yeah, I ve been in this room.”There s so much pleasure in that. That s why I think, partly, the only way of communicating this kind of stuff really effectively is with humor. Because although it s hard material – there are moments in this movie that are abjectly not funny – for me, communicating anything really serious, I ve only ever been able to do that like this. I m only sad that the Chris Mintz-Plasse scene is much shorter than it was [originally], just because the movie is long; the details of his novel are missing [in the final film], but there s a lot of detail about his novel, set in the first person, over the course of one night in New York, from different people s perspective it goes on and on and on and on and on. And there was lots of great stuff about him making her breakfast in bed and his pronunciation of eggs hollandaise [said with a silent “h”]. That stuff, that s so much fun, always.(Photo by Merie Weismiller Wallace / © Focus Features / Courtesy Everett Collection)And Cassie s [dialogue] I love writing, I just love it, I find it so pleasurable. I really, really did want to make a movie that was accessible, that wasn t just for people who d considered this stuff very deeply, but it would be enjoyable and appealing for everyone to see. I never wanted it to be a very bleak, depressing, earnest film. Even though it is, in many ways, all of those things. I tried as best I could to make it a pleasure to watch.Speaking of dialogue, the first spoken words you hear in the movie are f k her, and I was like, okay, that s a bold start and a statement! And the other thing that stood out was how frequently characters used the phrases crazy bitch and nice guy,” which are the exact phrases we so often see people instinctively go to when it comes to labeling men and women, particularly in a he-said/she-said situation. Was that repetition conscious? Fennell: Definitely, I think so. It s hard to have these discussions in a very, completely unique way, because actually, we fall back so quickly on the clichés. You see it with Dean Walker [Connie Britton; in the film, Walker dismissed a victim’s story because the accused was a nice guy ] and the way that she speaks: Well, you know It s all of the things we ve heard with these incidences. And I think, again, it s a mark of people who haven t really interrogated something themselves very much, that actually they just speak in these quite clichéd, old-fashioned terms. Certainly, the crazy f king bitch thing. As Carey s present, I gave her a necklace that said Crazy F king Bitch on it, because I do just think, honestly, I ve definitely come to a stage in my life where I really think of that as a compliment.(Photo by © Focus Features)When it came to casting the so-called nice guys of the movie, it feels like you went through a Rolodex and said, Who are the nicest-seeming men in Hollywood? You’ve got Adam Brody and Max Greenfield and Sam Richardson… Was the idea to cast these people that we know and love from other roles?Fennell: Well, it s a couple of things. I think they re all genuinely brilliant, so I knew that they d be able to do this, but they re kind of playing parts All of these guys think they re nice guys. What is a nice guy? All of them think that they re “nice.” I said to Adam, when we were doing all that stuff, I said, This is the rom-com. You are the star of a rom-com; this is the beginning of a rom-com. This is the messy night where you guys meet, which becomes the love of your life. It s just that often, people don t notice, in real life and in rom-coms, that the girl isn t really having the conversation in the way that they think she is, you know? So that s also really fun, because really, that first scene, or the second scene, rather, in Jerry s [Brody] apartment, it s the beginning of a romantic comedy; it s just that she s not talking. Which most romantic comedies are [like], actually.(Photo by © Focus Features)The other thing that makes the movie so much fun is the style – the colors and framing and all that great stuff. The thing that really stuck out, though ­– and it’s the noughties teen in me – was this use of pop music: “Stars Are Blind,” “Toxic,” “2 Become 1.” Bo Burnham and Carey spoke to us about the music at Sundance, and they were talking about how the film reclaims a lot of these songs as quality, not just pop dross to be dismissed. What was your thinking behind the musical selections?Fennell: [I chose them] because I love them, I suppose, is kind of a weird answer. But I think that pop music, often female-led pop music, is a bit like nail polish and a bit like wearing pink: it s kind of an indication that you re not a serious person. And that s useful: If the whole movie is kind of about appearances being deceiving, then making it feel as fun and innocuous as possible was good.But also, they re really powerful, these songs, because we re bringing so much to them. The “Toxic” version that s in this movie, it s a mixture of all the different parts of “Toxic” and it s slowed right, right down, so we slowed down the orchestra. But what s so thrilling about it is that everyone instantly recognizes it, even though we ve really abused it and stretched it and kind of changed it. Then the audience is bringing in so much of their own stuff, because they know the lyrics, they know what they mean. It’s about using those personal relationships with the music in a positive way, and also looking at lyrics.“It s Raining Men” [also featured in the film] is a good example of a lyric that is quite sinister when you put it in this context. And the first lines of the movie, even before f k her, are sung, and they re Charli XCX, and they re I was busy thinking about boys. And I think that s what Cassie s been doing, that s what I ve been doing.Finally, speaking of lyrics, my favorite musical moment, or the one that sort of made me go, wow, is your use of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Something Wonderful.” Which is markedly different from most of the other songs. Fennell: Yeah.What was your thinking behind including that particular standard, which – when you look at the words – is so potent?Fennell: Again, I just think it s such a moving song. It s one of the most romantic songs ever written, I think, and Rodgers and Hammerstein are just geniuses at that kind of deeply felt romance. But it s also all about an incredibly cruel man who occasionally does something wonderful. When the song is playing over the thing we re seeing, it s a song that excuses behavior.That s always going to be the perfect thing that you re looking for, and that s what we re looking for all the way through this movie, which is stuff that was sort of both on the surface immensely pleasurable, but then underneath, also kind of troubling. And funny, darkly funny.Promising Young Woman is in theaters December 25, 2020.Thumbnail images by Rich Polk/Getty Images, ©Focus FeaturesOn an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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