These 10 series are just the thing to bring you from winter to spring this March, whether you are craving wars between gods, unlikely romantic comedies, badly behaved rich folk, or the corrupt getting their due. Catch our monthly binge guide below.American Gods 77% (Starz)What it is: The gods are out to play — and out for blood — in this cult favorite series on Starz. Based on the fantasy novel of the same name by Neil Gaiman, American Gods follows recently released convict Shadow Moon (Ricky Whittle), who’s employed by the mysterious Mr. Wednesday (Ian McShane) as a bodyguard. Diving into a world of dark magic and gods new and old, it is soon revealed that Mr. Wednesday is on a mission to unite the Old Gods against the rise of the New. Why you should watch it: Few series are quite as engrossingly strange and ambitious as American Gods, and that’s what has us hooked. It s a timely commentary on the world we live in today but set against the backdrop of a dark and lurid fantasy epic. Season 2 premieres March 10. Where to watch it: Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, Hulu, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 8 hoursCatastrophe 98% (Amazon Prime)What it is: Here’s a romantic comedy squarely for adults. Amazon’s very funny London-set Catastrophe shows what happens when a no-strings-attached week of sex between a visiting American businessman (Rob Delaney) and an Irish schoolteacher (Sharon Horgan) turns into an unexpected pregnancy, a move overseas, and a proposal. And that’s just in the first episode.Why you should watch it: Co-creators and stars Horgan and Delaney perfectly blend comedy and heart in their utterly original spin on the classic sitcom. Plus, their airtight scripts full of rat-a-tat-tat dialogue are about as joyously quippy and naturalistic as they come. (Judging from the pair’s famous Twitter accounts, that comes as little surprise.) And did we mention the late, great Carrie Fisher co-stars? The fourth and final season premieres March 15. Where to watch it: AmazonCommitment: About 8.5 hoursThe Good Fight 95% (CBS All Access)What it is: Diane Lockhart (Christine Baranski) gets the leading lady treatment with CBS All Access’ hit spin-off of The Good Wife. Set one year after the events of that acclaimed series’ finale (and picking up on the morning of President Donald Trump’s inauguration), The Good Fight follows Lockhart after she’s forced out of her own firm and teams up with goddaughter Maia Rindell (Game of Thrones’ Rose Leslie) and The Good Wife s Lucca Quinn (Cush Jumbo).Why you should watch it: Sure, if you loved The Good Wife, you’ll love The Good Fight — but believe it or not, Baranski is even more astounding here and finds exciting new shades to the beloved Diane Lockhart. Season 3 premieres March 14.Where to watch it: Amazon, CBS All Access, FandangoNow, Google Play, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 19.5 hoursQueer Eye 93% (Netflix)What it is: The early aughts’ hit, boundary-pushing reality series Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, gets a makeover of its own with this charming, three-time Emmy-winning reboot on Netflix. Why you should watch it: If any other series captured the world’s collective heart over the last year like Queer Eye did, we haven’t heard of it. Yes, its main hook lies in the fashionable, fabulous, and heartwarming makeovers the Queer Eye guys give Georgia men (and the occasional woman), but you’ll stick around for the playful banter and true, deep friendship between the main cast of industry experts. It all packs a surprisingly emotional punch, so stock up on tissues! Season 3 premieres March 15. Where to watch it: NetflixCommitment: Approx. 12 hoursBillions 89% (Showtime)What it is: Showtime’s Billions dramatizes the high-stakes world of Wall Street when Chuck Rhoades (Paul Giamatti), a U.S. attorney, sets his sights on bringing down hedge fund manager Bobby Axelrod (Homeland s Damian Lewis) for insider trading and other illegal proclivities. Talk about one-percenters.Why you should watch it: Giamatti has built a career on playing the everyman, and here, he’s fighting for him. The actor s turn as the hard-hitting U.S. attorney would be reason alone to watch (scenes of surprise BDSM and all), but Billions also boasts a timely, engrossing premise and firecracker performances from Lewis, Maggie Siff, Condola Rashad, and a bevy of other supporters that meet Giamatti mark for mark. Season 4 premieres March 17.Where to watch it: Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, Hulu, VuduCommitment: Approx. 36 hoursJane The Virgin 100% (The CW)What it is: It comes as no surprise that a series as sprawling and ambitious as Jane the Virgin has taken on many forms over the last four seasons, but the family-driven hourlong series begins when Jane, the titular character, is accidentally artificially inseminated. Why you should watch it: More than just a star-making vehicle for the incomparable Gina Rodriguez, Jane the Virgin is a dramedy like no other, rolling out bits of magical realism, vital cultural representation, female empowerment, and plenty of charm. It’s a series that wears its heart on its sleeve, and we can’t wait to see what its final installment has in store. Season 5 premieres March 27. Where to watch it: Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, Microsoft, Netflix, VuduCommitment: Approx. 57 hoursHappy! 84% (Syfy)What it is: A small-screen adaptation of Grant Morrison and Darick Robertson’s graphic novel of the same name, Happy! follows a crooked, alcoholic cop-turned-hitman Nick Sax (Christopher Meloni) who inexplicably begins seeing his kidnapped daughter’s imaginary friend: a blue winged horse named Happy (voiced by Patton Oswalt). Together, they set out on a mission to find a Santa-dressed kidnapper on-the-loose.Why you should watch it: “Happy” is one word for it, another is “weird.” Other words for it are “transporting,” or “hallucinogenic,” or “wild” — all meant in the best way. Unlike just about anything else on TV, Happy! demands your attention and promises a crazy ride. Season 2 premieres March 27. Where to watch it: Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, Microsoft, Netflix, VuduCommitment: Approx. 6 hoursSanta Clarita Diet 89% (Netflix)What it is: We’ve seen the modern-day American layperson satirized to no end on the small screen, but we’ve never seen them with zombies. That’s where Santa Clarita Diet comes in. Sheila (Drew Barrymore) and Joel Hammond (Timothy Olyphant) are happily married real-estate agents living in the titular Californian town when Sheila unexpectedly becomes a bloodthirsty, flesh-craving, card-carrying member of the living dead. Why you should watch it: Any excuse to watch Barrymore is A-OK in our book, but it’s even better when it’s a series as unique, fun, and — pardon the pun — biting as Santa Clarita Diet. Driven by its central mystery as much as it is its core cast of characters, it’s a suburban satire for all, not just fans of The Walking Dead. Season 3 premieres March 29. Where to watch it: NetflixCommitment: Approx. 10 hoursBarry 99% (HBO)What it is: Bill Hader stars as Barry Berman, a Midwestern hitman who, when traveling to Los Angeles for a job, unexpectedly takes an acting class and considers a career change.Why you should watch it: Henry Winkler is gifted the kind of late-career role that the Happy Days TV veteran has long deserved in washed-up acting coach Gene Cousineau. (And he’s got the Emmy to prove it!) That in itself is reason enough to tune into Barry, but then there s the title character himself. Hader has never been better as the hitman-turned-aspiring actor: circumstantially funny as a fish out of water, boasting leading-man gravitas as a morally torn hero, and even exuding an unexpected sex appeal as a kickass former Marine. Season 2 premieres March 31.Where to watch it: Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, HBO Now, VuduCommitment: Approx. 4 hoursVeep 93% (HBO)What it is: Selina Meyer is an anti-heroine for the ages as a former senator and now Vice President of the United States who curses like a sailor and handles the things her predecessor never bothered to attend to.Why you should watch it: There are few comedic performances as decorated as Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ turn in HBO and creator Armando Iannucci’s Veep (a record-tying five Emmy wins for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for the same role, to be exact). But still, she and the series seem to get better year after year. While Veep started out as a hilarious satire of the goings-on in our country’s capitol, it’s proven over the last few seasons to be more of a premonitory look at what’s to come in the West Wing — making it as relevant and darkly funny as ever. The seventh and final season premieres March 31. Where to watch it: Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, HBO Now, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: About 29 hoursThumbnail photo courtesy Patrick Ecclesine/CBS; Isabella Vosmikova/HBO; Jan Thijs/Starz/Fremantle AMC’s full trailer for season 10 of The Walking Dead sparked many a head-scratcher: What’s Michonne doing kissing King Ezekiel?! And will that factor into the when, why, and how the leader of Alexandria, played by Danai Gurira, will be exiting the series?Those are just two of the major questions we have about the upcoming season. While we won t get any answers until Oct. 6, we ve rounded up 13 things we know about the new season ahead of its premiere.1. The Whisperers are as threatening as ever.AMC’s official description of season 10 reveals that Michonne, Daryl (Norman Reedus), Carol (Melissa McBride), and the rest of the survivors are going to continue to be tormented by the Whisperers, who killed several members of the group — including Tara, Enid, and Henry — and stuck their heads on spikes to mark the line the Whisperers do not want them to cross.Anger about those losses and fear about the very real threat the Whisperers still pose is going to create an environment so tense that friends and allies may start turning on each other. Just take a look at the network s official description for the season: “The Whisperers are a threat unlike any they have ever faced. Backed by a massive horde of the dead, it is seemingly a fight they cannot win. The question of what to do and the fear it breeds will infect the communities and give rise to paranoia, propaganda, secret agendas, and infighting that will test them as individuals and as a society.”Executive producer Greg Nicotero, who directs his seventh consecutive TWD season premiere in “Lines We Cross,” hinted during the Talking Dead season preview special that the show is “really getting into fears of ‘who can you trust [of] the people who are surrounding you?’”2. A few months have passed.(Photo by Jackson Lee Davis/AMC)The action picks up a few months after the season 9 finale, and Rosita (Christian Serratos) has given birth to her daughter, whom she named Coco. And, to ensure there’s still a soapy drama in the apocalypse, the Love Quadrangle continues: Siddiq (Avi Nash) is Coco’s dad, Rosita remains in a relationship with Gabriel (Seth Gilliam), and lovelorn Eugene (Josh McDermitt) is changing diapers and performing other daddy duties.3. Two major characters are joining the series.Here s your first look at Thora Birch (@1107miss) as Gamma from #TheWalkingDead Season 10 👀 pic.twitter.com/5ZW4E3mCRj The Walking Dead (@TheWalkingDead) July 25, 2019Coco is not the only new face we’ll see in season 10. American Beauty and Ghost World star Thora Birch will play Gamma, a Whisperer who is the third in charge of the group of walker skin-wearers, behind Alpha and Beta. Gamma is a character who doesn’t exist in Robert Kirkman’s now-defunct comic book, but we know she is fiercely loyal to Alpha. In a teaser clip for the new season, we get a glimpse of Gamma coming face to skin-draped face with Daryl and Michonne.Meanwhile, The Leftovers alum Kevin Carroll pops in as Virgil, a man who crosses paths with the survivors as he is on a desperate journey to reunite with his family.4. We ll learn more about the Whisperers back story.More on the Whisperers: On the Talking Dead preview special, TWD showrunner Angela Kang confirmed there will be a backstory episode focused on Alpha (Samantha Morton) and Beta (Ryan Hurst), revealing the origins of their philosophies and their relationship in much more detail than was ever disclosed in the comic book. Morton also suggested we will witness more of Alpha’s humanity.5. Negan will be set free (occasionally).(Photo by Jackson Lee Davis/AMC)The series’ previous big baddie, Negan, has earned some freedom in Alexandria after he saved Judith in the winter storm last season. Though he’s still locked in his jail cell at night, “We’re releasing the Negan a bit,” Kang joked. During the day Negan is free to roam around the community and interact with the others. But can the cunning former leader of the Sanctuary really be trusted? Not everyone thinks so, and he will be a polarizing subject among the citizenry.“He’s going to surprise you in ways you’re not going to be ready for as an audience, whether that be good things or downright awful things,” Jeffrey Dean Morgan said on Talking Dead.6. Michonne will leave — somehow.(Photo by Jackson Lee Davis/AMC)Kang promises a “pretty cool journey” for Michonne in season 10, but little is known about exactly when and how Michonne’s storyline will end. Gurira said much of her remaining time on the series will revolve around Michonne’s relationship with Judith, and making sure her adopted daughter is prepared to continue kicking ass in the apocalypse. The future of Judith and R.J., Michonne’s son with Rick, raises another of the season’s biggest questions: Who will raise the children when Michonne is gone? After the devastating loss of daughter Sophia and adopted son Henry, would obvious choice Carol be willing to step up again?7. Carol and Daryl could finally get together (Photo by Jackson Lee Davis/AMC)Now that Carol and Ezekiel (Khary Payton) are kaput and Carol has moved back to Alexandria, Carol and Daryl shippers are hoping anew that the two will become a couple. Kang said the BFFs will spend a lot of time together in the new season, but did not confirm that Caryl would become a TWD supercouple.8. or not.(Photo by Jackson Lee Davis/AMC)Then again, both have other things on their minds. Daryl continues to step up his role as a leader, and Carol is determined to avenge Henry’s death. There will be a meeting between Carol and Alpha in a scene that Kang called “epic.” And if we’re looking for a new nickname for the Whisperers, McBride provided a great one during the Talking Dead special when she referred to Alpha’s people as “skinfreaks.”9. Aaron s comic book storyline could come to fruition.(Photo by Jackson Lee Davis/AMC)Returning to Nicotero’s ominous warning about who to trust: TWD cast members were asked to describe the new season in three words on Talking Dead. Ross Marquand said of his character Aaron, “No more Mr.-Nice-Guy.” He cheated a little, counting that last bit as one word, but it suggests that Aaron, who lost an arm last season and is committed to protecting his adopted daughter Gracie, might be one of the characters who’s in conflict with people who were once his allies. It could also mean the show is going to follow the comic book and make Aaron a key figure in the Alexandrians’ efforts to thwart the Whisperers.By the way, Nicotero’s own three-word preview of season 10: “Watch your back.”10. Michael Cudlitz is back, and Abraham could be too. 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The Suicide Squad is “insane.” That’s the most common word critics are using to describe the latest DC movie. The first reactions arrived on social media this week, and the over-the-top violence and comedy are the unanimous highlights of the supervillain team-up. Guardians of the Galaxy helmer James Gunn is said to be the perfect director of the material, bringing the best of both his Marvel and his Troma aesthetics together. That means a fun ensemble and hard-R gore. If you think you know what to expect after the last Suicide Squad film, you’re wrong.Here’s what critics are saying about The Suicide Squad:How hyped should we be for this movie?The Suicide Squad is TOTALLY INSANE and insanely cool. Sean O Connell, CinemaBlendThe Suicide Squad is absolutely insane. Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comThe Suicide Squad is gloriously insane and so, so fun… after watching it, you’ll think you might have dreamed it. Drew Taylor, ColliderEasily the most fun I ve had with any studio release this summer season. Mario Allegre, Próxima TandaIt is balls to the wall *bonkers* in very entertaining ways. Kara Warner, People MagazineThe Suicide Squad is fantastic! A no holds barred, superhero/comics bonanza. Fico Cangiano, CineXpressThe Suicide Squad is an epic all out war movie that demands to be seen on the big screen. Dorian Parks, Geeks of ColorAbsolutely loved The Suicide Squad… Just a great movie. Steve Weintraub, ColliderThe Suicide Squad is all kinds of kick-ass… Get excited! Eric Eisenberg, CinemaBlend(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures/™ & © DC Comics)So it s full of surprises?Unpredictable in story, unique in style and full of risks. Fico Cangiano, CineXpressIt’s ballsy, unpredictable. Sean O Connell, CinemaBlendAn unpredictable blockbuster. Ian Sandwell, Digital SpySurprising in all the right ways. Vanessa Armstrong, SlashfilmExcellent twists and turns. Eric Eisenberg, Cinema BlendTons of surprises and things I wasn’t expecting. Steve Weintraub, ColliderThere’s nothing like it. Damn! Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comWill DC fans love it?This is the Suicide Squad we’ve been waiting for! Jimmy O, JoBlo s Movie NetworkThis is the best use of DC villains. Mind you, there aren’t a lot of predecessors. But THIS is what a Suicide Squad needs to be. Sean O Connell, CinemaBlendDC has another winner on its hands. Dorian Parks, Geeks of ColorWhat if we re not hardcore DC fans?Any doubts you might have over The Suicide Squad will vanish after the outrageous opening. Ian Sandwell, Digital SpySo this skeptic loved The Suicide Squad. Kara Warner, People MagazineEnjoyable for everyone — hardcore DC comics fans and newbies alike. Go see this movie. Vanessa Armstrong, Slashfilm(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures/™ & © DC Comics)How is the mix of comedy and action?Extremely funny. Steve Weintraub, ColliderWeird and wonderful! There are laughs aplenty. Jimmy O, JoBlo s Movie NetworkBig laughs, bigger action. Dorian Parks, Geeks of ColorAction and comedy to its fullest form. Wilson Morales, BlackFilmandTV.comHilarious. [The] action set pieces are insane. Fico Cangiano, CineXpressThe Suicide Squad is as funny, irreverent and violent as promised. Germain Lussier, io9.comHow violent is it?DC s goriest film to date. Wilson Morales, BlackFilmandTV.comThe film is the bloodiest DCEU film yet. John Nguyen, Nerd ReactorViolent as hell, raunchy, unforgiving. Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comThe Suicide Squad brings equal measures of gore and F-bombs, all in the name of dumb juvenile entertainment. Mario Allegre, Próxima TandaThe movie is super violent… a huge home fun for James Gunn. Steve Weintraub, ColliderThe Suicide Squad is probably the wildest, wackiest, bloodiest comic book movie I ve ever seen… not for the squeamish… I can see some thinking a scene may feel a little unnecessarily gross. But the film knows what it is. Feel like people have wanted a hard R and that s what you get. Kirsten Acuna, InsiderIf you re wondering whether James Gunn… would truly go there with the material and the R-rating, indeed they DO. Kara Warner, People Magazine(Photo by Jessica Miglio/™ & © DC Comics)So DC and James Gunn are a good fit?James Gunn definitely gives as much as he can for an R rati亚博手机APP官方下载在国服，LOL手游的主要竞争对手就是来自同一个公司的王者荣耀，也是被玩家最多拿来比较的两款游戏，经过几天的测试，国服版也基本有了一定了解，两款游戏同属MOBA，但定位可以说又有所不同。LOL手游包含了更多的竞技元素，而王者荣耀更偏向休闲娱乐，受众人群有所不同。
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(Photo by © Sony Pictures Releasing / © Marvel Entertainment)Venom first appeared on the big screen in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 3, which racked up an impressive 1.1 million opening weekend before suffering a very unimpressive 2.22 multiple towards its final gross, which was hampered by disappointed fans. The character was rebooted in 2018 with Tom Hardy in a standalone anti-hero take on the classic villain, and that film, Venom, opened to .2 million. While Rotten at 30% on the Tomatometer, it made it to 3.5 million (a 2.66 multiple), even if its competitor that October weekend (Bradley Cooper’s A Star Is Born) ultimately bested it with over 5 million. But that was then, this is now. The world has been through the downswing of a pandemic and not even the richest sequel or franchise film has been able to outgross its predecessor in that time. Until this weekend, when Venom: Let There Be Carnage opened at .1 million, beating the original film, marking the biggest three-day weekend of the pandemic era, and the second-best October opening ever behind Joker s .2 million opening in 2019.Let’s trace the path of the weekend for Venom: Let There Be Carnage, which is currently registering a 59% on the Tomatometer – one precious percentage point away from Fresh. On Thursday night, the theater-exclusive grossed .6 million, which was second only to Black Widow’s .2 million pre-Premier Access Thursday for the pandemic era. On Friday the film grossed an estimated .3 million, again second to Widow’s .5 million start when it was available for .99 on Disney+ as well. Historically, the only film to open with over million on Friday and not gross million over the weekend was the first Twilight film back in 2008. The vampire flick and Black Widow have been the only films with million-plus Fridays (out of 71 films) not to cross 0 million in their first five days of release (and subsequently not hit 0 million). Only Shang-Chi has reached that milestone as quickly during the pandemic, in part aided by the Labor Day holiday.Let There Be Carnage s whopping .1 million weekend (at least million higher than some of the best early estimates) would suggest that the Venom sequel could be on a path towards the new ceiling established by Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, but it is that very film that could stand in its way. Over four straight weeks, not a single film came close to challenging Shang-Chi for the top spot at the box office. Not one other film that opened throughout September opened to million or more. In fact, the three other biggest openings included two HBO Max hybrids (Malignant at .43 million and Cry Macho and .42 million) and musical Dear Evan Hansen, which had the second-best opening of last month with .44 million (and dropped 68% this weekend to .4 million). Shang-Chi had no challengers and word of mouth was good. The latter remains to be seen on the second Venom, but the next three weeks are filled with significant competition in the form of No Time to Die, Halloween Kills, The Last Duel, and Dune.The first Venom film dropped 56.4% in weekend two when faced with First Man, Goosebumps 2, and Bad Times at the El Royale, all of which grossed less than half of Venom’s second week at no. 1. It would take until its fifth weekend before any film other than A Star is Born or David Gordon Green’s Halloween would beat it. Let There Be Carnage is not going to have that luxury. A path will become clearer next week and we’ll see if it beats Shang-Chi’s .7 million second weekend. For now, some other good news: The total earnings of this week s top 10, currently estimated at 6.93 million, make it the 10th-best October weekend for the top 10 films ever.The Top 10 and Beyond: Addams Family 2 Proves Family Films Still Have Box Office Life, While Saints Fails to Draw Mobs of Fans(Photo by © MGM )Opening in second place this weekend was The Addams Family 2, which is in theaters at the same time that it is available on VOD for .99. Remember this is the weekend that Sony initially abandoned its plans for an opener with Hotel Transylvania: Transformia. That film was sold to Amazon; Sony replaced it with Venom Deux and MGM/UA read the tea leaves that family films were still not up to full potential given the lack of vaccine availability for kids in their demographic. Nevertheless, an million weekend is not bad all things considered. The Boss Baby: Family Business opened to million in July and that was simultaneously streaming for free on Peacock. That was also a 68.1% drop from the original’s million opening, while The Addams Family 2 is only about a 40.6% drop from the first Addams Family film s .3 million start. It’s also the second-best opening since the reforming of UA Releasing, ahead of fellow reboots/remakes of Child’s Play (.09 million) and The Hustle ( million). So we’ll chalk this up as a minor victory for the time being.Meanwhile, The Sopranos prequel film, The Many Saints of Newark, become Warner Bros. fourth straight film not to reach million in its opening weekend. WB would have to go back to the end of 2006 to see a run of wide releases – The Fountain (.76 million), Blood Diamond (.64 million), Unaccompanied Minors (.81 million), and We Are Marshall (.11 million) – do as poorly as their HBO Max hybrids Reminiscence (.95 million), Malignant (.43 million), Cry Macho (.42 million), and now Many Saints ( million). Even their Entourage film opened to .37 million in its first day and million in its first three. HBO Max actually feels like a pretty perfect place to watch a story about Tony Soprano’s uncle, but it s hard to believe it wouldn t have at least beaten the opening weekend of the epilogue about Vincent Chase and his cronies were it a theatrical exclusive.Dropping down to third place is Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings: with its first real test of competition, it fell 54% to million, bringing its total to 6.1 million. After last weekend the film was at 6.2 million and in the realm of the paths of Star Trek Into Darkness (8.7 million final gross) and Brave (7.2 million final). Its million last weekend was also higher than the respective .42 million and .16 million of those films in their fourth weekends. This week it fell slightly behind their .25 million and .04 million fifth weekends. Those films also had just passed 8 million at this time, suggesting that Shang-Chi’s final gross may be closer to 0-5 million than the 0-plus million it was looking like a few weeks ago. Nevertheless, it could still be a very hard number to challenge for 2021’s top grosser. Although Venom’s challenger next week and his arch-nemesis in December are the likely favorites to give it a run for its money.Finally, in limited release, Julia Ducournau’s Palme d’Or-winning Titane grossed 5,000 in 562 theaters. NEON’s release of the film fell below releases of The Card Counter (.03 million / 580 theaters) and their own Pig (0,935 / 552 theaters), each posting per-theater-averages of ,792 and ,759 compared to Titane’s 8 PTA. On the bright side, it is the second-best opening for a foreign-language film in 2021 after last week’s release of India’s Love Story, which opened to 1,000.On the Vine: Daniel Craig Set to Save the World – and Box Office? – One Last Time(Photo by United Artists Releasing)Bond. James Bond. No Time To Die finally opens in theaters after a nearly two-year delay. The 25th film in the Bond series (leaving out a couple of disputed titles) has already grossed an estimated 3 million overseas and hopes to become just the second wide domestic release to pass a half-billion at the global box office, a number that only F9 has reached since 2019. No Time To Die is currently Certified Fresh at 83% on the Tomatometer, behind fellow Daniel Craig outings Casino Royale (94%) and Skyfall (92%) but ahead of Quantum of Solace (64%) and Spectre (63%). Also look out for A24 s creepy black comedy/thriller/drama Lamb, the festival-favorite documentary The Rescue, and Bleecker Street s drama Mass, which is Certified Fresh at 92% and marks writer-director Fran Kranz as a major new talent to watch.
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One of the most anticipated family movies of the year – thanks to deep nostalgia and a killer marketing campaign – Pokémon: Detective Pikachu has turned out to be one of the more divisive releases in a long time – even as it sails clearly into Fresh territory. (It is currently ay 73% on the Tomatometer, with 33 reviews, as of May 3 at 10:20am.) Some fans love it, some don’t. Many newcomers are delighted, others aren’t. The first reviews of the movie have arrived, and nobody can seem to agree about the merits of the story, the visuals, the performances, or who it’s for. In a way, that’s exciting. Thrilling even (who wants everything so easily defined?). Now you can go and see it for yourself and find out where you land.Here’s what the critics are saying about Pokémon: Detective Pikachu:So, tell us: Has the video-game movie curse been broken?Did Detective Pikachu break the dreaded video game movie curse…? To borrow a phrase, it’s super effective. Dan Casey, Nerdist
the Mind Stone. Now that we know that encounter was not quite what Wanda or Hydra believed — and that she had powers all along — that potential tie to the Aether may prove true.(Photo by Marvel Studios - episode 104)Or, the color scheme may be an coincidence. But considering the purple hue of Agatha s powers, and the yellow energies Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) often commands, we believe the chromatics of magic will contain a deeper meaning after next week s finale.But that still leaves us with Agatha s ultimate aim. The flashback at the start of the episode suggests an involuntary need to consume magic; which would make her a less of a villain — and more like Wanda — if it is something she does not control. As we suggested earlier, it is still possible she is playing at being an evil witch to help Wanda finally process her grief. She could also be genuinely afraid of what a Scarlet Witch can do or believes the Chaos Magic will allow her access to the Nexus of All Realities. Well, provided the Nexus commercial last week was really her invention.As it happens, Agatha s comic book history offers a few hints to her ambiguous morality. Though typically allied with heroes like the Fantastic Four, she allowed the 17th-century Salem witch trials to occur as it would cull the witch ranks of weaker elements. Her sometimes shadowy aims led to conflicts with some of the Marvel heroes, but her goals were never villainous. Curiously, though, in Marvel s Ultimate Universe, she is really the Dragon-of-Seven who destroyed Atlantis. Another name for the creature: the Hydra.Which, despite everything we learned this week, still makes her the wildcard. Is she the bad guy or is it, ultimately, Hayward who presents the true antagonism here?(Photo by Marvel Studios - episode 105)Since were already asking questions, let s just add these to the pile as we wait for the finale:• Who is fake Pietro?• How d that fight with Monica go?• Is there still room for Mephisto to appear at this point?• What other obstructions are keeping New Vision from getting home?• Are the twins real or just part of the Hex?• Is Jimmy waiting patiently at the border for a positive outcome?Hopefully, we ll get some concrete answers to these questions along with that often-teased special guest cameo next week.New episodes of WandaVision premiere on Fridays on Disney+.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
亚博手机APP官方下载 DC is on a roll with another critical hit, if the first reactions to Birds of Prey on social media are any indication. The comic book movie premiered Wednesday and squashed any concern that the all-women antihero team-up could be as disappointing as Suicide Squad. Margot Robbie stood out in that DCEU entry as Harley Quinn, and now she gets to wow audiences again, this time in a better adaptation, one that will reportedly have fans begging for more.Here’s what critics are saying about Birds of Prey in the first round-up of social reactions:So, how is it?Birds of Prey is f king spectacular and a huge five stars from me. Millicent Thomas, Screen QueensBirds of Prey is an absolute blast and undeniably fun live wire jolt of adrenaline. Delightfully devilish and deliriously wicked, this irreverent, rule-breaking riot delivers a contact high. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionAbsolutely BLOWN AWAY! Kristen Lopez, FanSidedBirds of Prey is a solid breakup movie with a soundtrack that slaps…we get a rare glimpse into the rich inner life of a female supervillain (and it actually delivers on what was promised in the trailer). Alison Foreman, MashableBirds of Prey is a totally campy and brutal carnival ride; a colorful, chaotic and cheeky blast. Katie Walsh, Tribune News ServiceA rockin’ kick ass good time! Griffin Schiller, The PlaylistIt s a bonkers bananas crime comedy and a genuine party movie. Scott Mendelson, ForbesSo it s one of the better DC movies?I’m happy to report that it s my favorite modern DC movie yet. Like Shazam!, it carves its own path with totally unique aesthetic, action, and tone. Michael Rougeau, GameSpotThis looks and feels so different than any other superhero movie I’ve seen (and I feel like many will say it’s what they wish Suicide Squad had been in execution). Full credit to Cathy Yan for that, it’s clear they had a lot of fun making something so different. Terri Schwartz, IGNLeagues better than Suicide Squad. Alison Foreman, MashableAs opposed to Suicide Squad, the story, characters and themes are confidently carried through by Cathy Yan’s terrific direction. Griffin Schiller, The Playlist(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)Is this the movie Margot Robbie s Harley deserves?Margot Robbie completely sells the incredibly choreographed fight sequences and their gleeful brutality. Terri Schwartz, IGNRobbie is excellent. Germain Lussier, io9It’s a terrific, vicious vehicle for Margot Robbie. Sean O Connell, Cinema BlendMargot Robbie is on top-form, Harley has never been quirkier and more lovable. Ben Rolph, Discussing FilmIt s at its best when going full Harley-vision, and Margot Robbie is clearly having a blast. Eric Eisenberg, Cinema BlendWhat about the rest of the cast?The chemistry amongst the cast was great. Dorian Parks, Geeks of ColorRobbie, Smollett, Winstead, Perez and Basco are perfection. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionIt’s truly an ensemble with every woman bringing it (Rosie and Jurnee are my faves tho). Yolanda Machado, The WrapJurnee Smollett-Bell steals the show! Kristen Lopez, FanSidedMary Elizabeth Winstead s Huntress is the not-so-secret MVP. Angie Han, MashableEveryone is having a blast but Mary Elizabeth Winstead plays Huntress like a supporting character from The Tick. It rocks. Scott Mendelson, Forbes(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)Is there an spinoff potential?If Birds of Prey told me anything, it’s that we need a whole lot more Canary and Huntress! They are great but there’s a lot left on the bone! Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comI would love to see more Black Canary and Huntress in the future. Dorian Parks, Geeks of ColorI loved all these ladies and am looking forward to the sequel/spin-off. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentDoes it have worthy villains?COULD NOT get enough of McGregor’s Black Mask; hysterical, eccentric, and deliciously pathetic. Griffin Schiller, The PlaylistEwan McGregor is so sinister and often hilarious. Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comEwan McGregor is on a different frequency, but wildly entertains! Sean O Connell, Cinema BlendFYC: Ewan MacGregor, Best Supporting Actor. Katie Walsh, Tribune News ServiceAdd Chris Messina chewing every piece of scenery in sight!! Jason Guerrasio, Business InsiderI would like to send a lil prayer of thanks for the costume, makeup, and hair people responsible for Chris Messina s entire situation here because wow yes thank you. Angie Han, MashableThe villains are delicious. Jill Pantozzi, io9(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)How s the action?Action sequences are capably choreographed, shot and assembled, showing off an invigorating stunt spectacular, spotlighting women as individuals and as a team. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionIt is worth seeing Birds of Prey for the kick ass action and the Funhouse Fight Scene, alone. Sean O Connell, Cinema BlendThe fight scenes are phenomenal. Jill Pantozzi, io9Has the best choreographed fight sequences I ve seen in a superhero movie. Rosie Knight, IGNSome of the most inventive, bone-crunching fight sequences in the superhero genre to date. Laura Prudom, IGNI’m pretty sure if you took the total amount of action sequences versus total screen time, this would be one of the highest percentages of action in the modern comic book movie era? Someone do the math for me later please. Terri Schwartz, IGNHow does it look in general?Cathy Yan is a genius… Loved how Yan builds her masterful mayhem with visual gags and colorful aesthetics. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionCathy Yan and DP Matthew Libatique create a visually distinct and luscious film that s badass, funny and provocative. Kristen Lopez, FanSidedCathy Yan created a Gotham that I can t wait to revisit. Yolanda Machado, The WrapCathy Yan s direction manages to feel intimate and thoughtful whilst also offering up the mile a minute madness that Harley and co. need. Rosie Knight, IGNWell-made, shot with beautiful colour and overall, a sleek piece of grand entertainment. Ben Rolph, Discussing Film(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)What other movies does it compare to?The only fair comparison for Birds of Prey, if you want one, is Deadpool. They have a lot in common, especially their use of fourth-wall breaking and R-Ratings! Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comIt’s DC’s Deadpool with a dash of Tarantino. Griffin Schiller, The PlaylistKinda plays like a Guy Ritchie gangster movie. Scott Mendelson, ForbesThe action reminded me a lot of John Wick. Dorian Parks, Geeks of ColorDoes it earn its R rating?It’s sooooooooooooo R rated. Sean O Connell, Cinema BlendIt’s VERY violent in places and there are a couple of quite dark scenes (also lots of f-bombs). Clarisse Loughrey, IndependentCathy Yan has created a music infused celebration of female badassery. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentFINALLY!!!! Who actually kicks ass with long ass hair flinging around? Extra cheers for Yan and Hodson for putting that in knowing this is how women would do it!!… If the DCEU doesn t hand everything over to women now, they are clearly out of their minds. Yolanda Machado, The Wrap(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)OK, so let s hear about its problems.Uneven tone and pacing… The girls at their best together, and they re not together enough. Angie Han, MashableLulls a bit in the middle and is a little on the slight side definitely errs on the side of style over substance but the little character moments make it sparkle. Hoai-Tran Bui, SlashfilmThe pacing isn t always fantastic (and at 1hr 40min some of it still dragged), but it s worth a watch. Alison Foreman, MashableBirds of Prey isn t a Birds of Prey movie so much as it s a Harley Quinn movie featuring Birds of Prey, and that creates issues story-wise and in fleshing out characters. Eric Eisenberg, Cinema BlendAt times the style can be a bit too abrasive, pacing a bit jolty, and it does feel like it’s balancing two movies (Harley Quinn and Birds of Prey). Griffin Schiller, The PlaylistIt’s tamer than expected and the basic story can get lost in the complex setups but it works more often than not. Germain Lussier, io9Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of one Harley Quinn) opens on February 7.
The standout of the 2020 Sundance Film Festival and one of the most acclaimed movies of the past 12 months is finally coming to theaters and On Demand – and it arrives on the back of Golden Globe and SAG nominations and plenty of Oscar buzz. Lee Isaac Chung’s deeply personal Minari follows the story of a young Korean migrant family that moves from California to the South when father Jacob (Steven Yeun) decides to pursue the American dream and start his own farm, a move that has far-reaching implications for his wife (Yeri Han), children (Alan S. Kim and Noel Cho), and mother-in-law (Yuh-Jung Youn), who eventually joins the clan.The movie’s nomination for Best Foreign Language Film at the 2021 Golden Globe Awards has had some industry watchers scratching their heads – the dialogue may be mostly Korean, but this is a decidedly American story and film – and Chung told Rotten Tomatoes that he feels “the characters in this film speak human.” Chung also reveals to Rotten Tomatoes editor Jacqueline Coley why he decided to avoid portraying racism in his unique immigrant tale. Coley also sat with Yeun for an extended conversation about shaping the singularly focused Jacob as well as the Certified Fresh hot streak he’s been on for the last five years, while Yeri Han and Yuh-Jung Youn share why they joined the project, and Alan S. Kim – who makes a wonderful debut in the film – surprises Yeun with a distinct memory from his audition.Minari is in select theaters and available on demand on February 12. On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News. 总的来看，在其他方面《使命召唤》手游也基本没有什么[MOU1]太大问题，特效在线，画风精美，玩法众多，游戏环境好，操作性能优越，说真的《使命召唤》手游国服手游做到了对标端游的制作水准。
亚博手机APP官方下载 (Photo by © New Line Cinema)For years, 1995 s Mortal Kombat held the title of Best Video Game Adaptation ever according to the Tomatometer. But it was never quite a flawless victory for Liu Kang, Sonya Blade, Johnny Cage, and co.: The much-beloved cheesefest, which follows the story of three handpicked martial artists who compete in an inter-dimensional fighting tournament in order to save the planet (really), might have been the best video game movie ever made, but it was still Rotten according to critics, with a Tomatometer score of 48%.For many fans of the game and the movie that so faithfully adapted it to screen, that score was spine-rippingly wrong.In the second episode of our new podcast, Rotten Tomatoes Is Wrong (A Podcast from Rotten Tomatoes), our hosts Mark Ellis and Jacqueline Coley are going deep on Mortal Kombat, exploring the techno-driven tournament flick s journey to cult hit, how it managed to successfully bring the spirit of the game to the big screen where so many others failed, and why the filmmakers tamped down the source material s infamous violence. They re joined by cartoonist, podcaster, and Frogpants Studio founder Scott Johnson, who thinks Mortal Kombat s Tomatometer score is wrong for reasons that may surprise you.Listen Now: Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | TuneIn | Google Podcasts | Radio Public | Deezer | iHeart | Art19Be sure to check in every Thursday for a new episode of Rotten Tomatoes Is Wrong (A Podcast From Rotten Tomatoes). Each week, hosts Jacqueline and Mark and guests go deep and settle the score on some of the most beloved – and despised – movies and TV shows ever made, directly taking on the statement we hear from so many fans: “Rotten Tomatoes is wrong.”Check out our first episode: Rotten Tomatoes Is Wrong About Spider-Man 3If you have a suggestion for a movie or show you think we should do an episode on, let us know in the comments, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.Meet the hostsJacqueline Coley is an editor at Rotten Tomatoes, with a focus on awards and indie coverage but with a passion for everything, from the MCU to musicals and period pieces. Coley is a regular moderator at conventions and other events, can be seen on Access Hollywood and other shows, and will not stand Constantine sland