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王者荣耀早出了这么久,很多玩家都已经充了很多钱,凭什么会放弃钱去玩lol手游呢?坑爹的就是你lol手游和端游不互通。 Watch: Director and co-writer George Miller on the making of Mad Max: Fury Road above.In 2019, Rotten Tomatoes turns 21, and to mark the occasion we’re celebrating the 21 Most Memorable Moments from the movies over the last 21 years. In this special video series, we speak to the actors and filmmakers who made those moments happen, revealing behind-the-scenes details of how they came to be and diving deep into why they’ve stuck with us for so long. Once we’ve announced all 21, it will be up to you, the fans, to vote for which is the most memorable moment of all. In this episode of our ‘21 Most Memorable Moments’ series, Mad Max: Fury Road director and co-writer George Miller reveals how his wild road movie – and the female warrior at its center – came to be.VOTE FOR THIS MOMENT IN OUR 21 MOST MEMORABLE MOVIE MOMENTS POLLThe Movie: Mad Max: Fury Road (2015) 97%Looking for a definition of that cursed Hollywood term, Development Hell ? Look no further than Mad Max: Fury Road, the movie that came three decades after the last Mad Max film and which took writer-director George Miller almost 20 years to make. Over the course of decades, production was famously waylaid by global events (September 11, the Iraq War), other productions shifting the filmmaker s focus (Happy Feet and its sequel), and then by nature: things were all set to go for shooting in Broken Hill, Australia, when mass rains turned the landscape from something that looked like a post-apocalyptic wasteland into something more like FernGully. The movie did eventually shoot in Namibia, though, and after years in editing – overseen by Margaret Sixel, Miller s collaborator and wife, who would win an Oscar for the film – was released in 2015.The acclaim was instant and loud; the pain had been worth it. Critics hailed Miller s 30-years-later sequel to Beyond Thunderdome as a bold and visionary achievement, with a relentless energy and practically-achieved action sequences that were beyond anything they d seen before. (It is number one on our list of 140 Essential Action Movies.) In a bold move, Miller moved Max Rockatansky (once played by Mel Gibson, here played by Tom Hardy) into an almost-supporting role, with Charlize Theron the true lead as Imperator Furiosa, the warrior on a mission to free a group of enslaved wives from their master, the evil Immortan Joe (Hugh Keays-Byrne). Fury Road s themes are big and weighty, its engines loud and mighty, and its impact has been huge. Here, Miller talks us through the moment he got the idea for this movie about an endless desert chase, dealing with the setbacks that delayed it, and how he finally got started making his vision a kinetic reality. The idea was simple: What if there was a chase and what was at stake was very elemental and very human? “Ideas are banging around in your head all the time, and you keep pushing them away until some get more insistent. And that s exactly what happened with Mad Max: Fury Road. I remember specifically, I was in Los Angeles, and I was at a traffic crossing. When the light went green to cross, I was walking across the road, and this idea popped into my head about what eventually became this Fury Road. By the time I got to the other side, I said to myself, ‘No way. I don t want to do another Mad Max movie.’ And that s what it was. The idea was very, very simple: What if there was a chase and what was at stake was very elemental and very human? In the old Hitchcock sense, the MacGuffin has to be very human. I thought, ‘Well, the best thing would be for them to be five or six women, and initially it was five to seven women being chased across the wasteland, pursued by a warlord, and Max gets caught up in their story. So, cut to months later, I didn t give it another thought. I m on that long flight home from Los Angeles to Sydney. It s through the night over the Pacific and in those unguarded moments when you ve got nothing else to do, the story played out in my head, at least a good half of it. I remember thinking, ‘Holy cow, this could work out OK!’ I landed in Sydney, and I went to my colleagues and I said, ‘Look, I think there s another Mad Max sometime in the future.’ I didn t know that it would be such a long time – that was in the late ’90s. But like all good stories, they really do insist on being made in some way. It s Darwinian.”Miller wanted to make the stakes as high as possible, and so the cargo was human. (Photo by Jasin Boland/©Warner Bros. Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection) The only reason that it s five brides that are being chased by the warlord is that we couldn t fit seven into a car. “In the Indigenous culture [in Australia], which is the oldest continuous culture that we have on the planet, one of the creation stories, or the common creation stories, depending on which part [of the country] you go to, is the story of seven sisters escaping some male principal, and it s a malignant male principal. In the story, they help create the topography and all the nature around, and there s a variation of that story all over Australia. It s an oral tradition. It was only as an afterthought that I figured out, ‘Hey, wait a minute, we re telling that story.’ The only reason for us that it s five brides that are being chased by the warlord is that we couldn t fit seven into a car, we couldn t distribute all the detail of characters. We had to differentiate a lot of characters, and to try it with seven people would be more difficult.” We could do things we could never even dream of doing back 30 years before, when it was all analog and old-school. “I love action movies, I love chase movies. I think one could argue that they re the purest form of cinema, in the sense that the syntax of cinema was developed pre-sound. I m a big fan of the book written – I think back in the 60s or 70s – by Kevin Brownlow, The Parade s Gone By , where he said this new language that we call cinema, which everybody can read now, is basically sorted out before the advent of sound. Because the cameras and the sound equipment became quite cumbersome, it took a long time for them to become agile again and we could get a kinetic cinema. And so, I m very, very attracted to that. [Fury Road] was an opportunity to do basically three things: Number one, use a basic idea. Number two, to do a film that was almost constant action and see how much subtext, see how much people could read on the run. And the other big thing was, after 30 years, to be able to use the new technology available, new cameras, the new digital dispensation, so that we could do things we could never even dream of doing back 30 years before when it was all analog and old school, but yet still building on the skills we learned then.”The movie existed on thousands of storyboards before there was a script. (Photo by Jasin Boland/©Warner Bros. Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection) When you ve got something that is essentially not verbal and you re trying to be very specific with your film language, the storyboard is the best tool the film existed on 3,800 panels around the room. “The best way to render [an action movie] is not with the written word, but with storyboards. I remember when I first started making movies, I d board them first, because that was the most immediate representation of the movie and what was swirling around in your head. Then I would do a boarded screenplay and turn it into a screenplay. And I thought, Oh, this is an opportunity to do that. When you ve got something that is essentially not verbal and you re trying to be very, very specific with your film language, the storyboard is the best tool, at least for production. So after laying out the basic story, we boarded the film first. There was [co-writer] Brendan McCarthy, who serendipitously started to work on the film. There was [storyboard artist] Mark Sexton, and we all sat in a room and prepared all these boards. So in many ways, the film existed on a wall and 3,800 panels around the room. It was there always reminding me. Even when I was working on Happy Feet, I d walk into what I called the Mad Max room, and there it was. It was a present thing, it wasn t just in people s heads at that point. But then the first setback was 9/11, and everything closed down, everyone was uncertain. It was very difficult to get the equipment we wanted, that we couldn t get in Australia, and so on. Insurances went up.” We had unprecedented rains in Broken Hill. Instead of red harsh earth, we had basically a flower garden. “Warner Brothers had already seen [material for] Happy Feet, and they were saying, ‘Hey, listen, when can we do Happy Feet?’, which was also prepared at the same time. Once that happened, I said, ‘OK, let s get into Happy Feet.’ Well, that s four years gone right there. Then we got [Fury Road] up again, and then, I think it s probably well known, we had unprecedented rains in Broken Hill [the area in far west New South Wales, Australia, where Miller planned to shoot]. Instead of red harsh earth, we had basically a flower garden, which was wonderful. And Lake Eyre, where we wanted to shoot, was now full of fish and frogs and pelicans. I was very familiar with Broken Hill, of course, because we d shot Mad Max 2 there. But we had actually roads built, we had 150 vehicles there, our stunt crew was there. A lot of the stunts were prepared there. I mean, on the one hand, it was bad for Mad Max, but it was a wonderful thing to see, because what s right under the earth, for the want of rain, is this amazing, amazing color and flowers, and they grew to waist high. I ve got pictures of it. I remember driving along this dirt road and stepping off the road and filming. It went on for miles, just this lilac and purple and green, just went on for miles. So it was put off again. I finally ended up doing another Happy Feet, and then the planets aligned, and we went off and shot Fury Road.”The Moment:  Remember me? Fury Road is ultimately Furiosa s movie: It is she who drives the action and it is she who ultimately gets to annihilate the villain, Immortan Joe. The moment in which she does so may not be the most spectacular moment in a film full of visuals and stunts and violence that stun and dazzle, but it lingers for its ferocity and its intimacy – there is so much that is unsaid about their history and about the world of Mad Max when she simply says, Remember me?, and viciously kills Immortan. Miller here reveals that the line was not originally in the script, and was something Theron felt she wanted to say.Theron and Miller on the set of Mad Max: Fury Road. (Photo by Jasin Boland/©Warner Bros./Courtesy Everett Collection) She had all the attributes that Furiosa had, even though they re from completely different worlds. “The thing that was contraband [in Fury Road] was human, and it was five wives, or breeders as we called them, escaping a tyrant who sat on top of this dominant hierarchy. Their champion had to be a warrior. And if it was a male, it just wouldn t work: It would be one man theoretically stealing five wives from another man. It had to be a female warrior, and hence Furiosa. The very first person who came to mind was Charlize. First of all, she s got the acting chops. Secondly, she s not somebody given to vanity. She s already gifted by beauty, so she is very happy to go against that. But it goes much deeper than that. For instance, she was the one who said, ‘Look, I d really like her to have no hair. If she were serious, she wouldn t mess around with hair in the wasteland, with all the dust and so on. But beyond that, she s also someone who is very, very disciplined. She was trained in ballet and I know enough about ballet and dancers to know that they re very tough people physically and very disciplined, with fantastic memory; I think they call it muscle memory nowadays, but fantastic memory and real understanding of where their bodies are in time and space. I learnt that particularly from doing the Happy Feet movies. Charlize had that. And then her own history, the way she came from South Africa, her own family history. I know she went to New York, became a dancer, which is another tough milieu to work in. And then she went to L.A. when she got injured and so on. She had all the attributes that Furiosa had, even though they re from completely different worlds. And the theory proved correct of course, because she was Furiosa. I mean, stopped thinking about her as Charlize when we were out there in the heat and the dust and on those big vehicles. When she was driving them, I stopped thinking of her as Charlize and only saw her as the character.”Theron was the first person Miller wanted for the role of Furiosa. (Photo by Jasin Boland/©Warner Bros./Courtesy Everett Collection) She was determined to not do any action as if it were a female doing a man s job. She said, ‘If I m going to pick up a weapon, I want to shoot as if I m really experienced.’ “[Charlize would] walk out of the makeup van and roll around in the dust, just to get it in her skin and under her nails. Before we started the film, she said, ‘Look, I ve got to tell you something. I hate dust on my hands.’ She has some sort of aversion to it. And I said, ‘Well, what are we going to do? Should we have wipes and things?’ She said, ‘No, no, it s going to help me.’ The other thing she was determined to do was not do any action as if it were a female doing a man s job. She said, ‘If I m going to pick up a weapon, I want to shoot as if I m really experienced.’ She had an aversion to guns, but she was determined to do it. ‘If I run, if I walk, if I hit somebody…’ You see the way she does things. I mean, that headbutt at the end of the movie: they re difficult to pull off, and she just did it. I mean, she was scarily good in that scene.” We know that stuff happened [between them], but you can never be explicit about all that stuff. It would be an epic novel. “The film itself, there s a lot of iceberg under the tip. I think one of the great concerns about the film is whether people could read enough [from the visuals and sparse dialogue] to get the story. We were never very explicit about everything. We knew something happened [with Immortan and Furiosa]. Here is a world in which people are commodities. They have the brand of the Immortan on their back; everybody in this story, including Max, we have to assume, has the brand of the Immortan on his back. Furiosa has it when we first see her; it s on the back of her neck. And so we know that stuff happened, but you can never be explicit about all that stuff. It would be an epic novel. She is the one who finally in this…not so much a chase, but a race to get to the Citadel… she is the one who finds herself in the position closest to Immortan. And she uses this moment to hook this harpoon on his mask, which is a privilege in that world, because in some way that mask filters the toxic air, something available to him that others would not have. She takes that moment to say, ‘Remember me.’”Miller says Theron came up with the line, Remember me?! . (Photo by Jasin Boland/©Warner Bros./Courtesy Everett Collection) Charlize on that day said that she wanted to say the line. It wasn’t a written line It was a little pause before the brutality of the moment. “[The moment] carries a huge amount of meaning to the character, and it implies a lot of grievance about their backstory. We have hints of it, we could speculate as to what it might be, but we don t know at that moment all the details. But it therefore becomes somewhat allegorical. It could be all of those who have somehow had to struggle out of some sort of oppression at the hands of some tyrannical figure. She gets her vengeance in that moment, but the story of course is not done. And it s a moment by the way, I think, is available only to her. I don t think any other character could have done it. I remember the line. I remember Charlize on that day said that she wanted to say the line. It wasn’t a written line. She said, ‘Look, I feel like I really want to say it. OK by you?’ I said, ‘Great.’ It just hit a sweet spot in amongst that action, and it was a little pause before the brutality of the moment and the continuation of the action that was to come.”The Impact: A Landmark Action FilmFury Road was one of those rare films that felt like a classic the moment it was released; it did not need time to age well, and critics and audiences felt instinctively it was something special. Which explains the accolades: the movie won six Academy Awards, all for craft and technical categories, and was that rare action film to be nominated for Best Picture and Best Director. It made almost 0 million worldwide, which may not seem huge when compared to MCU box office numbers, but is a mighty haul for a non-superhero film – especially one as oddball and manic as this. But that s almost beside the point.Fury Road was singularly exciting. It was part of a franchise, sure – though one that had not been revisited since 1985 – but it felt wholly original and invigorating. At a time when CGI overload and repeated formulas had many lamenting a settling sense of sameness, and safeness, in blockbuster cinema, Miller and co. came in and blew everything up. They showed that a big-budget car-chase movie could feel as special and distinct as anything at your local arthouse cinema. No wonder recent news that three more Mad Max movies are on the way – including one centered on Furiosa – set the film world on fire. Let s just hope we don t have to wait 30 years to see them. We fade to black, and they started to clap, and they stopped. I thought, Why did they do that? “I remember the first time I saw the film complete with an audience. Believe it or not, the most striking thing was how fine the detail had to be to get something across. If you didn t pay attention to the smallest detail, then the cumulative effect of the film wasn t going to play out. There s a very stark example. At the end of the first chase, at the end of the storm… the film really basically builds to that and it ends act one. There s a flare, we go to black, and then basically we see Max covered in sand, and the new act begins. Now, I remember thinking, ‘Boy, if this film works, there should be a catharsis at the end of that, just welcoming the silence. And if we re lucky, they might even clap.’ I remember watching the film with the audience, and they were leaning into the movie. They seemed to be really caught up and following it. I mean, it s a visual music, and they re there following the concerto and the symphony. And we fade to black, and they started to clap, and they stopped. I thought, Why did they do that?’ I couldn t work it out until I realized what we d left was a little sustained note. We didn t go to complete silence, and it sustained across into the next scene. When the audience heard that, it was a cue for them that, ‘No, this is not over yet.’ So it was very, very simple. We just faded out to complete silence. Then the next screening we saw there was a very satisfying clap from the audience; they were basically allowed to clap simply because everything went silent after all this noise and fire and all the fury of what it followed. So that was the thing I remember most apart from the fact that people seemed to be really engaged, and we scored well, and all that sort of stuff.”Miller, Theron, and Nicholas Hoult attend the world premiere at the 68th Cannes Film Festival in 2015. (Photo by Stephane Cardinale/Corbis via Getty Images) The way I like to measure the worth of the film is for how long does it follow you out of the cinema? “I really don t believe you know what your film is until a long time after it s released. For instance, the first public screening was at the Cannes Film Festival. It wasn t opening night, I think it was the second night, and there was rousing applause and a standing ovation that went on for a long time. But that s a unique situation, because having been on the jury of the Cannes Film Festival, that s a very enthusiastic audience. It s almost as if, if you don t get a rousing reception if the film was well made, somehow it s a negative. So that was a false reading. The most accurate reading for me is to go to a full cinema, and pay for your ticket, and sit there in the audience and see it. It’s simply in a neutral way, in the way that people would turn up to see a movie, and that s the most accurate reading. I guess the way I like to measure the worth of the film is for how long does it follow you out of the cinema? If you ve forgotten it by the time you re in the car park, then perhaps it s not such a good movie. But if it stays with you for a long time and washes over you, then that s really great. The greatest films are the ones that stay with you for a lifetime. I mean, we ve all had films in our lives that we remember, whether from childhood, or at any time of our life, that somehow we can t forget. They become part almost of our own individual narrative, and the great films seem to do that.” He opened his shirt, and there on his chest he had tattooed the Immortan s branding. I thought, ‘Oh, God, he wasn t just being polite.' “I was in Japan doing some promotion on Fury Road, and there was a Japanese critic, English-speaking, who was just so insightful about the movie. He read all the things that I hoped were there, that we thought were there, but were never sure whether people could pick up on. I said, ‘How many times did you see the movie?’ He said, ‘Once.’ I said, ‘You got all that from just on one reading of the movie?’ And he said, ‘Yes.’ When the interview finished, he called me over to the side and he said, ‘Can I show you something?’ He opened his shirt, and there on his chest he had tattooed the Immortan s branding. I thought, ‘Oh, God, he wasn t just being polite. This movie did have a serious effect on him.’ He said, ‘It just encapsulated so much about who we are as human beings now and in the past.’ I thought, ‘Oh, God, gee, well, that s about the best compliment I could get.’ Not to say that people should get tattoos [of the film], but that was a very, very, very moving moment for me. He read the movie so well.”There are three more films set in the Mad Max world in the works. (Photo by Jasin Boland/©Warner Bros./Courtesy Everett Collection) Mad Max: Fury Road is a very dark look at the world, but ultimately it s a great forge on which to test humanity. “I didn t expect Fury Road, particularly during the make of it, to be so well received. It was a tough film to make. But more than that, I didn t think that there could be an action movie that would seem to have a lot of subtext, a lot of, as I say, iceberg under the tip. I realize now, that probably is why the film did have a resonance that people refer to. And I know that because I ve had two people come to me and say, Oh, I ve just had a newborn baby girl, and I m going to name her Furiosa.’ It s a humbling thing, because it says that you have a big responsibility as a storyteller. You can t be casual about your stories. They re narratives that become part of people s lives, or references to them. And we all have those. I mean, Mad Max: Fury Road is a very, very dark look at the world, but ultimately it s a great forge on which to test humanity. In other words, in our world, in, say, the more comfortable first world, the unusual events are the darker, more malevolent behaviors of individuals. In the world of Mad Max, the positive regard for other people, acts of kindness, or the giving of oneself, are the exceptions. They shine like light in the darkness. Not wanting to get too cliché, but they become the exception, and therefore we learn a little bit more about that. So when Nux, the warrior, finally gets to do the one thing he s wanted to do all his life and drive the rig and realizes that he has to crash that rig at the end, well, that s a heroic act. When Max, the blood bag, wanting more than anything to be free, actually gives his blood to the dying Furiosa, that’s an act in which he relinquishes self-interest. It s a heroic act.”Mad Max: Fury Road was released May 15, 2015. Buy or rent it at FandangoNOW.
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5.57.4 1月喜迎Women tended to prefer shows like Downton Abbey (16 percent of women vs. 5 percent of men) and Lucifer (14 percent vs. 7 percent), while men went for The Mandalorian (33 percent vs. 19 percent) and Breaking Bad (31 percent vs. 18 percent). The biggest generational split? That would be The Office — 22 percent of 18- to 34-year-olds picked the NBC sitcom versus only 2 percent of the 55 and over crowd. Conversely, 21 percent of the 55+ demographic chose Downton Abbey versus just 4 percent of the 18-34 demo.Plenty of network sitcoms made the list, but prestige cable dramas also scored many spots on the list. The oldest series is Friends, while the newest entry is Amazon s meta comic book series The Boys.Check out the list below and let us know if your favorites rank where you think they should.
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This feature is by Catherine Young, the current USC Annenberg-Rotten Tomatoes Digital Innovation and Entertainment Criticism fellow, a partnership with the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. Cate is writing on the representation of women in film; read her piece, The Bling Ring, Debbie Ocean, And Why We Can t Help But Love Cinema s Designer Thieves, here.(Photo by ©Focus Features/courtesy Everett Collection)The last 25 years have brought a slew of female action heroines to our screens. From Lorraine Broughton in Atomic Blonde and Letty Ortiz in the Fast and Furious franchise to Lucy in Lucy and Milla Jovovich’s Leeloo in The Fifth Element, women have been steadily kicking their way to center stage in a genre that once mostly excluded them. These characters have very little in common on the surface – their story motivations don’t overlap and they come from all walks of life. But they are all connected by the way they are depicted on screen. The women are all physically strong, whizzes with weapons, or both; every one of them has a rousing “girl power” fight scene that drives home their physical prowess. The “power” is the key. Instead of becoming an expanded avenue for female characters to flourish, the action genre has become a place where female characterization often goes to die. Combat skills have become a handy shortcut for films to skimp on true character development for the women in their story. Rather than learning about these women’s inner lives or motivations, we watch with glee as they raze through scene after scene of dangerous (nearly always male) thugs, and enjoy the minor thrill of seeing them act just like one of the boys. After all, if a female character lands enough punches, it can be easy to miss that she isn’t adding much depth to the story. This lazy narrative trick has meant that instead of getting character arcs, women have just been getting bigger and better guns. But there are other possibilities, and we’re finally starting to see them onscreen.(Photo by © Marvel / courtesy Everett Collection)Female-led action films of the last five years have started showing that empathy is also an integral part of the heroic scaffolding. It’s noteworthy that by combining physical and emotional strength, films like Wonder Woman, Captain Marvel, and Mad Max: Fury Road, demonstrate that women do not have to be emotional vacuums in order to live up to their heroic ideals.In 2019’s Captain Marvel, the title hero spends most of the film being gaslit by her mentor. After absorbing an unimaginable cosmic power and being kidnapped by the Kree, Carol Danvers (Brie Larson) is turned into a weapon for the galaxy’s villains against her will, and without her memory, she doesn’t know her own power. In the film’s final confrontation, her mentor turned nemesis, Yon-Rogg (Jude Law) attempts to bait her into a fistfight, but she merely blasts him off his feet instead. She has nothing to prove. Over the course of the film’s run time she has learned that her physical strength and otherworldly abilities are not what make her valuable. Her true skill is in valuing the dignity of human life and a willingness to right the wrongs of her past.(Photo by © Marvel / courtesy Everett Collection)Danvers’ narrative arc may feel unfinished to some, but what it succeeds in doing is showing that physical and emotional strength do not have to be mutually exclusive traits. As she regains her memory, Danvers must come to terms with the fact that she has been fighting on the wrong side of a colonial war, and her innate goodness is what propels her to defect to the side of the righteous. Though the story makes clear that she is possibly the singular most physically powerful being in the universe, it also takes the time to highlight that her emotions also bring her power. Her rage, love, and desire to be good make her physical power stronger and more lethal, feeding into her ability to protect the people who deserve it.What makes Captain Marvel such an interesting example of the modern action hero is that part of the villain’s plan is to get her to repress her emotional side. Danvers is outfitted with an inhibitor chip meant to suppress her powers, and she is repeatedly told that in order to master them, she must release herself from emotional complications. It’s a direct engagement with the idea that feelings make women weak or less capable, and that’s what makes it all the more satisfying when her embrace of her full emotional range allows her to access the true extent of her power.Cate YoungPatty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman similarly makes empathy a central part of its title character’s arc. Diana of Themyscira (Gal Gadot) is driven directly by her innate need to protect and defend the powerless. The very purpose of the Amazons – the powerful all-female tribe to which Diana belongs – is to protect mankind from the jealous god Ares. When fighter pilot Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) washes up on the shores of her idyllic nation and tells the Amazons about a war that is ravaging the world, Diana feels obligated to intervene on behalf of humankind. Her purpose is to defend the helpless and ensure peace. Throughout the film, Jenkins takes great pains to display and demonstrate Diana’s empathy. The famous No Man’s Land scene shows just how strongly Diana can draw from her emotions to effect real change. In the scene, Diana faces a violent threat directly, and acts in service of her empathy for the war’s victims, defeating an enemy and saving a town. The moment is the film’s best action scene, and it works so well because the audience understands Diana’s empathetic motivations.(Photo by ©Warner Bros./courtesy Everett Collection)Later, in the movie s finale, Diana s finding the strength to defeat Ares by drawing on her love for Steve could have played out as cliché, but it falls completely in line with the actions of an empathetic hero. With her hopes dashed and her belief shattered by Ares, it makes sense that Diana’s access to love, empathy, and a true belief in righteousness would be the thing that allows her to access her true power as Zeus’s “Godkiller.”In Ares’ view, the only way to save the world is to rid it of humankind. But it is Diana’s radical empathy that allows her to see that people have a great potential for goodness, and deserve the chance to right their wrongs. This realization springs from her fundamentally different perspective on the inherent nature of people. People have the ability to be good or bad, but she chose to believe that given the chance, they would turn towards goodness. It’s a belief that’s rooted not just in the lore of Wonder Woman herself, but in the idea that people are not disposable. Wonder Woman was an excellent example of what a hero can be capable of when they access their full emotional capacity. (Photo by ©Warner Bros./Courtesy Everett Collection)In Mad Max: Fury Road, Imperator Furiosa’s (Charlize Theron) motivation is rooted in her empathy for Immortan Joe’s five wives. The film also tackles larger themes of environmental pillage and economic scarcity. Furiosa’s decision to steal the women away and bring them to what she believes is a land of plenty, is a firm outgrowth of her understanding of the need for human dignity. Before the events of the film’s central conflict, Furiosa is a valued servant in Immortan’s vast empire, in good standing with his stifling world order. But the clear injustice of his treatment of not just women, but the very earth he stands on, prompts her to act. Furiousa risks her life and Immortan’s wrath by leaving with his prized “broodmares,” but the danger she chooses to face is a direct reflection of her rejection of his world view. In this barren hellscape, women exist to be pumped for milk or to give birth to heirs. But Furiosa remembers a time when resources were plentiful and women were ushers of new life instead of prisoners to its arrival.(Photo by ©Warner Bros./Courtesy Everett Collection)Her quest to save the Wives is an act born out of revenge, but also a sincerely generous and selfless impulse. There is nothing that the Wives can give her. Their presence is functionally a burden on her ability to survive. But she saves them anyway, because they are slaves to Immortan’s whims and she knows that no one deserves to be treated like an object or plaything. In turn, the Wives reflect this impulse over the course of their journey with her, saving the life of a War Boy, and protecting Furiosa from Immortan’s bullets when he begins his pursuit.The Vuvalini, or Many Mothers, who meet up with Furiosa and the Wives in the Green Place, are a group of mostly older women who guard the few remaining seeds with the potential for growth. Instead of a vibrant, flowering paradise, Furiosa finds that the utopia she had hoped to share with the Wives has been decimated by Immortan’s far-reaching neglect – the land of plenty is no more.(Photo by Jasin Boland/©Warner Bros./Courtesy Everett Collection)Rather than stealing away with this new team of female survivors, Furiosa turns them around and heads back to the Citadel, the very place from which they escaped.. With Immortan distracted, she retakes his fortress, freeing not just the Wives, but all the other people left starving and mistreated by his hoarding of resources.This eventual revolution would never have happened if not for Furiosa’s brave actions and her desire to seek revenge on Immortan Joe. Without the calculated risks she took and the help of the newly freed Wives and noble Vuvalini, the wasteland they called home would have remained under the iron fist of a dictator. A simple empathetic impulse – to save the Wives from sexual bondage – led to the freedom of an entire society. Furiosa has no super powers or special abilities, but her empathy influenced her actions, and her actions liberated a city.(Photo by ©Netflix / Courtesy: Everett Collection)Furiosa, Diana, and Carol’s empathetic strength may make them compelling, even iconic action heroines, but they’re complexity is not the norm in Hollywood. Actress and filmmaker Brit Marling succinctly explained the problem of female “strength” in film in a New York Times op-ed earlier this year: “It would be hard to deny that there is nutrition to be drawn from any narrative that gives women agency and voice in a world where they are most often without both. But the more I acted the Strong Female Lead, the more I became aware of the narrow specificity of the characters’ strengths – physical prowess, linear ambition, focused rationality. Masculine modalities of power. [ ] Because what we really mean when we say we want strong female leads is: Give me a man but in the body of a woman I still want to see naked.' (Photo by ©TriStar Pictures/ Courtesy: Everett Collection)There’s nothing wrong with female characters being physically strong. Some of the most iconic women of cinema are iconic specifically because they were allowed to be physically strong when women’s strength was a novelty. Characters like Terminator 2’s Sarah Connor, G.I. Jane’s Jordan O’Neil, Underworld’s Selene, Kill Bill’s Bride, and Resident Evil’s Alice broke boundaries by showing that women could be more than the damsel in distress. But the tendency to ignore the real value of more traditionally feminine modes of power means that we effectively erase them from existence. When our cultural scripts equate strength with brawn, we ignore the important ways emotional intelligence and empathy play a role in how we interact with each other. Movies are their own kind of cultural record, and it’s important to inscribe women’s emotion into our history. The action hero is a perfect opportunity to do just that.
Saturday, Dec. 125 Days of Christmas, Freeform — The annual nearly month-long programming event features family-friendly Christmas movies including The Santa Clause, Home Alone, and The Holiday; Disney movies including all three Toy Story films and Tim Burton s The Nightmare Before Christmas, and, for the first time on cable television, the Rankin-Bass holiday classics, Frosty the Snowman and Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.31 Days of Holiday Survival, Comedy Central — Professional basketball star Blake Griffin will host this month of programming dedicated to getting you through the holidays with your sanity intact. Movies like Bad Santa 2, 21 Jump Street, Meet the Parents and Office Space will air throughout the month-long lineup. Holiday-themed episodes of South Park and The Office will join Chappelle s Show to close out the year.You Light Up My Christmas, Lifetime, 8 p.m. — Inspired by true events, Emma (Kim Fields) returns to her hometown built around her family s pioneer Christmas Light Factory two weeks before Christmas. However upon Emma s return, she discovers the lights have gone dim in the once festive town, prompting her to reconnect with an old flame to set their hearts and the town ablaze with light again.Christmas Town, Hallmark Channel, 8 p.m. — Lauren Gabriel (Candace Cameron Bure) leaves everything behind in Boston to embark on a new chapter in her life and career. But an unforeseen detour to the charming town of Grandon Falls has her discover unexpected new chapters — of the heart and of family — helping her to embrace, once again, the magic of Christmas.Holiday Wars, Food Network, 9 p.m. — Five teams of cake masters and sugar artists face-off to create mind-blowing holiday displays that are as festive as they are delicious. Hosted by Jonathan Bennett, and featuring award-winning cake decorator Shinmin Li and Food Network s Jason Smith as judges, the teams must compete in two jolly rounds. First up is the Snowball Fight challenge, where the artists must use cake and sugar to create an edible holiday design in just 45 minutes. One winning team gets a vital advantage going into the second round. In the Winter Blizzard challenge, the teams are tasked with developing an eye-popping, masterful Christmas display made up entirely of cake and sugar. At the end of this battle, one team will jingle all the way home with a ,000 grand prize.Holiday Gingerbread Showdown, Food Network, 10 p.m. —  On this four-part stunt, host Paige Davis tests the skills of three gingerbread artists in each holiday-themed challenge. Judges Mary Berg, Maneet Chauhan, and Adam Young determine the winner of each episode that advances to the grand finale where they will square off in the ultimate showdown. But it s not all gumdrops and candy canes as the clock is ticking on dreams of the ,000 prize. Only one will be crowned Best Gingerbread Artist and will be featured in Food Network Magazine. Monday, Dec. 2Team Kaylie: Part 2 (Holiday Episode), Netflix — To try to help Amber get through her first Christmas since her mom passed away, Kaylie decides to try to buy Amber the dollhouse she always wanted.Unhappy Holidays, Shudder — Last year, the streaming platform added a whole collection of gruesome holiday goodies including titles like Better Watch Out, All the Creatures Were Stirring, and 1974 slasher classic, Black Christmas. AMC s small screen adaptation of Joe Hill s NOS4A2 is a recent addition to the lineup. On Dec. 2, Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2 will be available to view, along with the previously hard-to-find ‘80s cult film Deadly Games which is described as a French Home Alone meets Rambo — but released a year before Macaulay Culkin faced off with Joe Pesci.The Great Christmas Light Fight, ABC, 8 p.m. — Season seven of the holiday hit will once again showcase the most extravagant and utterly spectacular Christmas displays America has to offer. In each one-hour episode, four families with dazzling household displays will compete to win ,000 and the coveted Light Fight trophy. (Photo by ABC)Making It, NBC, 10 p.m. — Emmy Award nominees Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman host a craft-worthy and comedy-filled new eight-episode season.Tuesday, Dec. 3How the Grinch Stole Christmas, NBC, 8 p.m. — The iconic 1966 cartoon features the voice of Boris Karloff as the Grinch.How to Train Your Dragon Homecoming, NBC, 8:30 p.m. — The new animated special features the return of Jay Baruchel as the voice of Hiccup, America Ferrera as Astrid, Gerard Butler as Stoick, Craig Ferguson as Gobber, and Christopher Mintz-Plasse as Fishlegs.CMA Country Christmas, ABC, 9 p.m. — Trisha Yearwood will host and perform on the 10th annual CMA Country Christmas. The two-hour music celebration features a night filled with Christmas classics and festive one-of-a-kind collaborations by Yearwood, Kristin Chenoweth, for KING COUNTRY, Chris Janson, Tori Kelly, Lady Antebellum, Rascal Flatts, Runaway June, CeCe Winans, Brett Young, and Chris Young. Wednesday, Dec. 487th Annual Christmas in Rockefeller Center, NBC, 8 p.m. — For eight decades the tree lighting ceremony has been one of the iconic New York City holiday moments, with thousands on hand and millions watching across the country. The Moodys, Fox, 9 p.m. — The six-episode remake of Australia s miniseries A Moody Christmas stars Denis Leary and follows a tight-knit but slightly dysfunctional family of five, all of whom gather in their hometown of Chicago for the perfect holiday. The holiday event series will air over three nights on Wednesday, Dec. 4; Monday, Dec. 9; and Tuesday, Dec. 10. Ghosting: The Spirit of Christmas, Freeform, 9 p.m. — This is the quirky and heart-warming story of Jess (Aisha Dee), who goes on the greatest first date of her life, but inadvertently “ghosts” Ben when she tragically dies in a car accident on the way home. Stuck on Earth, with no idea how to ascend, Jess will need the help of her best friend Kara (Kimiko Glenn), the only person who can still see and hear her. A Saturday Night Live Christmas Special, NBC, 9 p.m. — Santa brings the laughs as “SNL” goes into the time capsule for two hours of Christmas-themed sketches.Thursday, Dec. 5(Photo by Netflix)A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby, Netflix — It’s Christmastime in Aldovia, and a royal baby is on the way. Queen Amber (Rose McIver) and King Richard (Ben Lamb) are getting ready to take some time off to prepare for their first child’s arrival, but first they have to host King Tai (Kevin Shen) and Queen Ming (Momo Yeung) of Penglia to renew a 600-year-old sacred truce.Magic For Humans: Season 2 (Holiday Episode), Netflix — Justin embraces the holiday spirit by visiting Santa school and teaching kids about the magic of giving.Into the Dark: A Nasty Piece of Work, Hulu — The Christmas-themed installment of Blumhouse s horror holiday series follows a mid-level employee at a large company who finds out he’s not getting the bonus or promotion he was expecting. But then his boss invites him over for dinner with a proposal for how he can climb the corporate ladder … by beating his professional rival in a violent competition.A Charlie Brown Christmas, ABC, 8 p.m. — Celebrate the joy of the holidays with the classic animated Christmas-themed Peanuts specialBest Christmas Bingo, IFC, 9 p.m. – Starting Thursday, December 5, Wrestling Legend Mick Foley will be hosting an interactive BINGO game during holiday movies every Thursday in December at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT, featuring Planes, Trains Automobiles, Gremlins, Year Without Santa Claus and Snow Day.Same Time, Next Christmas, ABC, 9 p.m. — In this original holiday film, Olivia Anderson (Lea Michele) is a successful young woman who met her childhood sweetheart during her family s annual Christmas visit to Hawaii. After being separated by distance and years, the two reunite at the same Hawaiian resort years later, and the old chemistry between them flares up anew-but circumstances conspire to keep them apart. Friday, Dec. 6Three Days of Christmas, Netflix — Three Days of Christmas is the story of four sisters through time united by a secret. A story told through their eyes in three key moments in their lives: when they are daughters, mothers, and grandmothers, each episode corresponds to one generation. With Christmas as a backdrop, we will discover th
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(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)Christopher Nolan’s movies are always highly anticipated and mysterious affairs, and Tenet, the director’s 11th film, is no exception. In fact, it might actually be the Nolan movie that audiences know the least about, especially since the future of the entire film industry is currently unclear due to the coronavirus pandemic.Still, with two trailers and a release date that has shifted a few times, we know a little bit about Nolan’s Dunkirk follow-up. Here’s the scoop on Tenet. [Updated on 7/27/20.]It s Another Nolan Original(Photo by Melinda Sue Gordon/©Paramount Pictures)Christopher Nolan is one of the only filmmakers whose name alone is enough to make a movie an event without it needing to be a reboot, adaptation, or part of a big cinematic universe. Tenet is a wholly original story, written and directed by Nolan. What’s the story about, though? Harder to say.The most bare-bones synopsis is that Tenet will involve a secret agent (John David Washington) on a mission to stop a potentially catastrophic World War III. Sounds normal enough, but the two trailers reveal that this isn’t your everyday spy thriller. Instead, Tenet seems as though it will once more explore Nolan’s fascination with time, as seen in Inception, Interstellar, and, to an extent, even Dunkirk. Cars crash in reverse, and there are bullet holes in walls before the gunmen have even opened fire. How this is possible, and what this all means, is still unclear.  There Are Two TrailersHobbs Shaw audiences were the first to see a glimpse of Tenet back in August of 2019, when Warner Bros. attached a 40-second teaser ahead of the film. The first proper trailer dropped in December, before the pandemic really started. In an online event tied to the video game Fortnite on May 21, Warner Bros. then premiered a second trailer that revealed new scenes from the film and more dialogue than the first one.Neither trailer goes too deeply into specifics, but it appears that Washington is a new recruit into some sort of agency that’s able to harness a mysterious power to reverse time, an ability known as inversion. Together with the help of some allies, he’ll attempt to prevent disaster, presumably one caused by a Russian national who can communicate with the future. Washington’s character appears to learn how to do some form of this too, as we see him catch bullets with his gun and witness a car crash undoing itself. Plus, there are more traditional set pieces as well, like a jumbo jet crashing through a building. Washington confirmed in a brief Q A following the Fortnite premiere that the latter was not a product of CGI, and knowing Nolan, the rest of the effects in the film are likely as practical i.e. real as possible.The Cast Is Impressive And Unexpected(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)In addition to Washington, the son of actor Denzel Washington who received acclaim for his starring role in Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman, Nolan has cast a number of talented actors. Robert Pattinson, the future Batman himself, is one of the more notable members of the cast, as is Michael Caine, one of Nolan’s go-to actors.Kenneth Branagh, Age of Ultron’s Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Yesterday’s Himesh Patel, and Widows’ Elizabeth Debicki also appear in the cast. There are also a few actors foreign audiences might recognize. Notable Bollywood stars Dimple Kapadia and Denzil Smith also appear in the film, as does French actress Clémence Poésy, who is probably best known for playing Fleur Delacour in the Harry Potter films.None of the roles have been explicitly specified yet, but we can glean a few clues from the trailers. Pattinson and Patel appear to be associates of Washington s character, who at least seems to be recruiting Pattinson s character in the trailer footage. Meanwhile, Clémence Poésy s character is apparently some sort of trainer for the agency that enlists Washington s help, and it seems fairly clear that Kenneth Branagh is the villainous Russion national a role similar to the one he played in 2014 s Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit. Elizabeth Debicki s character appears to be central to the conflict, but it s unclear what her relationship to Washington s character or anyone else, for that matter is.Hans Zimmer Will Not Be Providing the ScoreNolan frequently works with composer Hans Zimmer for his movies, but that won’t be the case on Tenet. Zimmer, who scored The Dark Knight trilogy, Interstellar, Dunkirk, and Inception, had already committed to scoring Denis Villeneuve s upcoming adaptation of Dune, so he couldn’t work on Tenet. Instead, Swedish composer Ludwig Göransson, who did the music for Black Panther, the Creed movies, and The Mandalorian series on Disney+, will score Tenet.It Looks Great (And It Was Really Expensive)(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)Nolan shot scenes for the film in seven countries: Denmark, Estonia, India, Italy, Norway, the United Kingdom, and the United States. It will premiere in theaters (or at least it’s supposed to) in 70mm, 35mm, and IMAX formats, as well as a standard digital presentation.The production budget for Tenet is reportedly 5 million, making it Nolan’s most expensive original film. Observer spoke to experts who predicted that the movie needs to make around 0 million to break even, which normally would seem like a sure thing. Inception made more than 0 million, while Dunkirk and Interstellar both surpassed the half-a-billion mark. However, the coronavirus may have thrown a wrench in those plans…It Will Roll Out in Theaters in Waves, Beginning on August 26While the pandemic prompted most movie theaters to close their doors to avoid spreading the virus, and most studios delayed their blockbusters’ release dates or punted them to 2021, Tenet held fast for as long as it could. About a month before its originally scheduled July 17 theatrical release, Warner Bros. finally caved and shifted it to August 12. Then, on July 20, it was pulled from theaters entirely, with no indication when it would premiere. Finally, on July 27, it was announced that Tenet would first open in two dozen markets worldwide including the UK, South Korea, and France on Wednesday, August 26, before expanding into more markets over the next few days, and it would ultimately open in the US on Thursday, September 3, ahead of the Labor Day weekend.Christopher Nolan has personally pushed against moving the movie’s release date back, according to reports. Nolan is a major proponent of the traditional theatrical experience, and as one of the few directors whose name alone is big enough to get moviegoers to buy a ticket, he might be able to convince audiences to get back into theaters — assuming theaters are open. Although various states have begun to reopen parts of their economy despite the continued spread of the coronavirus, major movie theater chains haven’t followed suit.It’s unclear what the state of the COVID-19 pandemic will look like at the end of August, and it’s unclear if audiences will feel safe going to the movies, regardless of Nolan’s allure. For now, Tenet is no longer the first big release that plans to open in theaters this summer season, but it is by far the biggest, and it may still serve as a barometer for major studio releases in the near future.Don t Expect It to Premiere on Streaming or VODAs mentioned, Nolan is a huge champion of the theatergoing experience, so it seems highly unlikely that he’d allow for Tenet to premiere in a format that would allow audiences to watch it on their phones for the first time rather than in glorious IMAX. In addition, it’s unlikely that Warner Bros. would make nearly as much money from a VOD release as it would make with a theatrical release in normal circumstances. Further complicating this is the somewhat inside-baseball fact that Nolan’s contract stipulates that he makes 20% of the film’s first dollar gross, so he stands to make much more from a big theatrical release than something smaller.The big question about Tenet, then — more than any mystery about the plot — is what’s going to happen when it premieres, and what will the circumstances of that premiere look like? We ll have to wait and see.Tenet is currently scheduled for release in the US on September 3, 2020. 《使命召唤手游》是使命召唤系列的一款第一人称射击手游,游戏不仅还原了《使命召唤》系列的经典玩法、地图、角色等IP内容,还减少了很多氪金、破坏游戏平衡的设定,所以喜欢公平竞技游戏的小伙伴,千万不要错过这款游戏哦。

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While network superheroes may be on hiatus for another week, the world of comic book television never really stops. Thanks to cable channels and streaming services, shows outside of The CW paradigm debut and return regularly throughout the year.In 2019, superhero TV will offer tantalizing new concepts and great returning shows. With that in mind, here are 16 comic book–inspired shows we cannot wait to see.Marvel's The Punisher: Season 2 (2019) 61% | NetflixWhy We Can’t Wait: In season 2, Frank Castle (Jon Bernthal) becomes embroiled in the attempted murder of a young girl (Giorgia Whigham). As the mystery surrounding her near-death unfolds, Billy Russo (Ben Barnes) returns to settle the score leftover from the duo s last encounter. While the first season may have had pacing issues (it felt just a little too long), Bernthal’s take on Frank Castle is outstanding and seeing him in action is always worth the investment of time. Also, we can’t wait to see Castle vs. Russo Part 2 now that Billy has embraced the spooky Jigsaw persona. And, as seen in the just-released trailer, his mask may hide scars less severe than his comic book counterpart s, but it also reveals the person hiding behind Billy’s formerly flawless physiognomy.Returning: Friday, Jan. 18Deadly Class: Season 1 (2019) 64% | SyfyWhy We Can’t Wait: Based on the comic book by Rick Remender and Wes Craig, Deadly Class is set at an assassin academy filled with the children of mobsters and murderers. Marcus Lopez (Benjamin Wadsworth), a kid from the streets with a lot of issues to address, finds himself accepted to the school and faces all the trials of adolescence and ninja school at the same time. Socially awkward but morally centered, Marcus must maintain his moral code while surviving a ruthless curriculum, vicious social cliques, and his own adolescent uncertainties. Set in the 1980s, the series also features some of that decade s reckless abandon and plenty of its post-punk soundtrack. If the first episode Syfy put on YouTube last month is any indication, this will be a show to keep an eye on.Debuts: Wednesday, Jan. 16 at 10 p.m.The Umbrella Academy: Season 1 (2019) 76% | NetflixWhy We Can’t Wait: Ellen Page headlines the Netflix adaptation of Gerard Way and Gabriel Ba’s comic series as Vanya Hargreeves, the one member of her family without superpowers. Black Sails’ Tom Hopper and The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones’ Robert Sheehan also star as members of the Hargreeves family — one with the body of a Martian Gorilla and one with the ability to speak to the dead, respectively. The Hargreeves reunite after the death of their adoptive father, uncovering a mystery and coping with the abuse they suffered at his hands while he tried to make them a superteam. The show has the potential to be very different from other superhero programs with the comic’s cool aesthetic and use of superpowers as a mechanism to cope with trauma.Debuts: Friday, Feb. 15Doom Patrol: Season 1 (2019) 96% | DC UniverseWhy We Can’t Wait: One of the very best episodes of Titans premiere season introduced the live-action TV versions of DC Universe’s weirdest heroes. The Doom Patrol lives somewhere between teenagers, Frankenstein s monster, and the X-Men — though the Doom Patrol debuted a few months before Marvel s Merry Mutants — and the members of the group attempt to manage their unusual forms while saving the world. If the bizarro premise wasn’t enough, the cast is amazing with Timothy Dalton, Brendon Fraser, and Matt Bomer lending themselves to characters like the morally dubious Dr. Niles Calder, the beloved Robotman, and bandaged Negative Man. Rounding out the ensemble is April Bowlby as the stretchy Rita Farr,  Diane Guerrero as Crazy Jane, and Jovian Wade as Cyborg, a character usually associated with the Titans. They will face off against Mr. Nobody (Alan Tudyk) a one-off Silver Age villain given an extensive and memorable re-imagining from Happy! co-creator Grant Morrison.Debuts: Friday, Feb. 15Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Part 2 (2019) 82% | NetflixWhy We Can’t Wait: Part 1 of Netflix s Riverdale pseudo–spin-off proved to be an interesting show at odds with itself. Part Netflix supernatural series and part CW teen drama, the series anchored itself with star Kiernan Shipka walking the border between both realities and, ultimately, using the character’s confidence in navigating them as her part of her undoing. Part 2 will see Sabrina embracing her witchy nature while still defying the social norms within the Church of Night. Meanwhile, status quos will change and one character will learn a new, important truth.Returning: Friday, April 5Happy!: Season 2 (2019) 88% | SyfyWhy We Can’t Wait: Few shows are as relentless, mean, and as paradoxically full of joy as Happy! Christopher Meloni proved he is one of our greatest living actors by diving headfirst into a character as despicable as Nick Sax. But the most exciting aspect of the second season will be its new story. The original comic book, written by executive producer Grant Morrison, was a four-issue miniseries, meaning Nick and Happy (Patton Oswalt) are headed to uncharted lands as the series shifts from the winter holidays to an Easter focus. Does that mean Nick will end up punching an Easter Bunny in Times Square and relieving himself upon his defeated foe? We wouldn’t put it past the series, which already made rubber raves and child-snatching Santas a part of Christmas cheer.Returning: Spring 2019Cloak and Dagger 87%: Season 2 (2019) | Freeform(Photo by Freeform/Alfonso Bresciani)Why We Can’t Wait: Stars Olivia Holt and Aubrey Joseph proved to be able leads as they navigated a new world of superpowers and corporate conspiracies in Freeform s teen-focused Marvel series. The first season wisely switched the comic book dynamic with Tandy (Holt) coming from a broken home and Tyrone (Joseph) enjoying a privileged private school education. It allowed the show to make interesting socioeconomic points while still delivering a kick-ass superhero experience. The second season will once again flip the characters’ situations as Tyrone learns how to cope with his sudden homelessness. Presumably, the pair will also grow closer even as ally Brigid O Reilly (Emma Lahana) offers them a new form of mayhem.Returning: Summer 2019Swamp Thing: Season 1 (2019) 92% | DC Universe(Photo by DC Universe)Why We Can’t Wait: Based on Alan Moore’s seminal run on the 1980s Swamp Thing comic book series, the latest attempt to bring the character to television stars Gotham’s Crystal Reed as Abby Arcane, a CDC researcher who returns to her hometown to investigate a swamp-born virus. She eventually encounters the Swamp Thing (Derek Mears), who may or may not be a reborn Alec Holland (Andy Bean). Then again, it may just be a plant who thinks he’s Alec Holland. Considering Will Patton is playing Avery Sunderland and Kevin Durand is playing Jason Woodrue, the latter seems likely, as both characters appeared in the Moore-written issue in which Swamp Thing learned the shocking truth about itself. If that is the case, then the series will be leaning heavily into its horror and gothic-romance roots, which is a nice change of pace from the two feature films and the inconsistent USA series from the 1990s. Also, Ian Ziering has been cast as the fairly obscure DC Comics character Blue Devil, which is just too weird and awesome to ignore.Debuts: Summer 2019Marvel's Jessica Jones: Season 3 (2019) 72% | Netflix(Photo by David Giesbrecht/Netflix)Why We Can’t Wait: With showrunner Melissa Rosenberg leaving the program after the third season debuts and the current cancellation epidemic befalling the Marvel shows on Netflix, it is entirely possible the third season of Jessica Jones will attempt to pull off something few superhero shows have done before: a definitive ending. Where the superhero model inherited from comics is a literally never-ending, exhausting battle, Jessica Jones may be in a position to confront that idea head-on. Granted, Jessica (Krysten Ritter) has never been a traditional superhero and the show already revolves around emotional trauma, but that also makes it uniquely suited to address a character’s end-state. And that could mean Jessica will finally get to heal. Meanwhile, Trish Walker (Rachael Taylor) will continue her slide into the superpowers-as-drugs metaphor, but perhaps there is also an opportunity to see both her and Jessica find a way through their issues to something more stable. If the show was expected to continue, that would be less likely. But here, it is possible and that makes the upcoming season a little more thrilling.Returning: 2019Wynonna Earp 92%: Season 4 | Syfy(Photo by Michelle Faye/Wynonna Earp Season 2, Inc./Syfy)Why We Can’t Wait: After spending season 3 splitting up the characters and establishing a deeper mythology, Wynonna Earp’s fourth season needs to do one thing first: get Waverly (Dominique Provost-Chalkley) and Doc (Tim Rozon) out of the Garden of Eden. Also, it has to resolve that cliffhanger in an appropriately unique fashion. At the same time, with the program’s original curse undone, Wynonna (Melanie Scrofano) will have to find a new way of life now that her raison d’être literally turned to ash. Maybe the creature being contained in the Garden will offer some sort of career opportunity, and Wynonna can

cod9攻略 om Dissociative Identity Disorder, a condition that manifests in the film as 23 distinct personalities (and 24 if you count the Beast). Here, Shyamalan recalls meeting McAvoy at a Comic-Con party and knowing instantly that he was the man to play The Horde, while McAvoy talks us through the appeal – and ultimately, the challenge – of bringing so many characters to life.What follows is a history of Split (2017), and reflection upon it, drawn from sit-down interviews with M. Night Shyamalan and James McAvoy.ALSO WATCH: An Oral History of Unbreakable | An Oral History of Glass“Essentially, Split and Unbreakable were the same movie.”M. Night Shyamalan: I wrote an outline for Unbreakable that included Kevin Wendell Crumb. Essentially, the movie Split and Unbreakable were the same movie. [In the original script, Kevin] abducts three girls while David survives this crash and is told, Hey, I think you re a superhero. We keep cutting to this storyline with the girls and they re being held here… the multiple personalities. And they say, The Beast is coming, The Beast is coming. Meanwhile, [David’s] like, No, I m not a superhero. No, I m not a superhero. Then he goes, Maybe I am. And he goes to the train station and bumps into The Horde and gets the vision of the girls and The Beast, and then The Beast and him fight in that big moment at the end of the original Unbreakable. These are comic-book movies, but it s really about what it s like to be a regular person and somebody that has these powers, and to do that I had to take Kevin out of it cause all you wanted to do was be with Kevin. As soon as you start that ticking clock with the girls, you can t stay away from it. You have to go back quickly. It started putting this enormous pressure on the character that I wanted to build. So, I took him out and made a movie just about Elijah and David.(Photo by @ Universal Pictures)“What would happen if we never told anybody we were making a sequel and we didn t sell it that way?”Shyamalan: I guess what happened [to make him finally make Split, with the character of Crumb] is that the type of movies that I was making changed in recent years. I wanted to make contained, smaller movies that I could control – I can make them as weird and really signature and take a ton of risks, and when someone says that ll never work, perfect! Put it in. I made The Visit that way. Then I said, You know what? The next movie I could make Split, I could make that second movie. And what would happen if we never told anybody we were making a sequel and we didn t sell it that way and we just made it and put it out and only in the last moment told them, “Hey, guess what? We re making a trilogy.”“I was staring at James as he’s talking…and I’m like, this is the guy.”Shyamalan: [James McAvoy and I were] at an event [at Comic-Con] and he walked by me and I was like, “Oh, hey man.” And I just grabbed his arm and he goes, “Hey.” We’d never met before. And I said, “I m a fan of yours.” And he said, “I m a fan of yours.” He had come back from X-Men and so his hair was growing back from being shaved; it was kind of like an inch long, maybe three quarters of an inch long, and I was staring at him as he s talking. I had written Split, and the first time I checked he was unavailable, but I was staring and I m like this is the guy. This is what the guy should look like. We shouldn t do any wigs. No make-up. Just let him do this and change personalities.(Photo by Linda Kallerus/©Universal Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection)“I turned the first page and like, oh wow.”James McAvoy: One of the questions I usually ask is, What character is it you re looking for me to play? Because I don t like reading a script when I don t know which character it is – because there may be two or three that you d be right for – you get to attached to the wrong one or whatever and then they re like, Oh no, it s for the other guy. To that question he said, Just read it. You ll see. It s a lot. Just go with it. And I turned the first page and like, oh wow. Second page, oh something different. And then I start to understand the complexities, or the fact that I m playing a character with Dissociative Identity Disorder and just how many characters I ll be playing, and I just saw it as a really interesting opportunity to explore DID.“You know when an actor s in the pocket and when they re doing something extraordinary.”Shyamalan: The crew would start clapping on Split whenever [McAvoy] finished [a scene] because we knew we were watching something extraordinary. The other actors, as well. They would shake their heads. Because you know when an actor s in the pocket and when they re doing something extraordinary that s happening in front of you like you can t believe it. He was doing that with these characters, and multiple times I went to him and I go, “I don t understand. There s maybe five people in the world that could even try to do what you re doing right now and you’re doing it. And you re doing it effortlessly.” And I m like, “You need to be doing the best roles, the hardest roles in the world, because what you re doing is astonishing.”(Photo by © Universal Pictures)“I was 37; pretending to be nine years old is potentially unwatchable.”McAvoy: I enjoyed playing Patricia, because there s something slightly repressed and kinky about her. I enjoyed playing Hedwig because he was so free and yet so vulnerable at the same time; that’s a nice contradiction that allows for a lot of play. As an actor, I mean. I think the hardest [character] to find was Hedwig. I was 37 at the time – I think I was – and pretending to be nine years old is potentially unwatchable. And even if it is watchable, it might not be watchable for more than half a minute before you go like, Ah, I don t know if I want to watch too much more of this. So that was tricky. And I wasn t really getting a handle on it. Then Night came along and said, Why don t you try it with a lisp? And I was quite resistant to that. I was like, I don t know man – kid s got enough going against him at the moment, and all that. He s already so idiosyncratically different from everybody else that it felt like too much. But as soon as we did it, it worked.ALSO WATCH: An Oral History of Unbreakable | An Oral History of Glass

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