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亚博投注官网采用百度引擎3(Baidu 7)对于一部分的玩家来说,他们只喜欢休闲类的小游戏,对于竞技游戏并不太感冒;而另一些玩家可能就更喜欢换装游戏等等。这个时候,手游的运营就需要根据自己游戏的标签去向相关的用户展示自己的游戏,这样才能够精确地吸引用户,确保手游的发展。

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LOL手游因为游戏中的购买装备机制原因,限制了一个人经济高就能带飞全场,毕竟就算是经济高,也是需要回城购买装备的,没有购买装备之前还是那么高的属性,一旦回城购买装备,敌方玩家又能凭借这段时间扳回一点经济。 导语:随着日常生活的节奏加快,如今上班一族的召唤师们想要回到峡谷可不是一件易事,繁重的生活压力,有些时候让开一把游戏,都变得极为奢侈,更不用说召集老友欢乐开黑了。于是乎,不少召唤师渐渐离开了峡谷,但仍旧时刻关注LOL比赛等消息,成了“伪云玩家”。可谁不希望能再次回到召唤师峡谷,使用一把自己最爱的英雄呢?因此LOL手游的出现,也就成了顺势而为的产品。
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What does the MCU world look like after Endgame? We re about to find out, with Spider-Man: Far From Home swinging into theaters next week and closing out Phase 3 of the MCU. The new movie sees Spider-Man/Peter Parker heading off on vacation to Europe where he encounters some new, elemental threats – and a superhero mentor figure in the shape of Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal). Just like you, we have so may questions: Is Mysterio a good guy? Are we talking multi-verses here? And how is Peter coping without – pause for an Endgame spoiler alert – Tony in his life? We sat down with Tom Holland, Zendaya, Jacob Batalon, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Samuel L. Jackson to get some answers. In this extended interview, the cast members talk about the post-Endgame landscape, Tony Stark’s legacy, and that buzzy chemistry between Tom and Jake.Spider-Man: Far From Home is in theaters July 2, 2019Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.亚博投注官网2,关于手游阴阳师的玩家跟某电影产生冲突的原因。最关键的在于某电影跟手游阴阳师没有关系,却在宣传时用游戏原创形象角色宣传,甚至打着手游阴阳师的旗号赠送游戏周边。也骗了很多阴阳师真玩家去看电影,网上搜能搜到受骗的。以下附图

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从《摩尔庄园》到《天谕》手游的持续火爆,我们会发现:只要是互动性强、高自由度的玩法都会获得玩家追捧,尤其是这种休闲玩法能够让玩家在内卷之中有了喘息的场所,难怪这样的游戏能够火爆一时呢?

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如今的网络游戏产业是目前前景最有发展力的网络产业,所以很多投资者进入了进来,使得这一产业充满了竞争。手游市场环境良好,玩家非常多,手游市场的发展空间也在不断增加,手游市场的需求也不断扩大,手游代理的发展前景自然在大市场的前景下发展的非常好,再者由于手游代理行业因门槛低,收入高一直都受到许多投资商的关注,所以手游代理加盟竞争非常大,那么我们加盟手游代理该怎么入手呢?

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6.64.6 1月喜迎Ants typically don’t live long enough to turn 20, but A Bug’s Life has reached that two-decade mark. Pixar’s second movie came out in theaters way back in November of 1998, when it premiered on November 14 before opening in limited release on the 20th and expanding everywhere on November 25. Though a success at the time, A Bug’s Life is one of the more forgotten Pixar movies these days. Sure, it doesn’t get flack the way the much-maligned Cars franchise does, but it rarely places highly on any of those “Every Pixar Movie, Ranked” lists that populate the web. Pixar itself appears to have forgotten A Bug’s Life as well, in a way: It’s the only one of the studio’s first six films that hasn’t gotten a sequel (the seventh, if you count Toy Story 2). Not everything needs a sequel, but it’s perhaps telling that the studio hasn’t returned to the story of Flik and his friends.That’s a shame in a lot of ways. Though A Bug’s Life doesn’t reach the soaring visual and emotional heights of later films like Wall-E, Inside Out, and Coco, it’s still a remarkable success — just on smaller terms, as is fitting for a movie about bugs.The Antz Rivalry(Photo by Walt Disney Studios, DreamWorks)To fully appreciate A Bug’s Life, one must travel back to 1998, when moviegoers who wanted to see a computer-animated movie about an ant who was an individualist with big, unappreciated ideas had two choices as the box office. There was A Bug’s Life, and there was DreamWorks’ Antz, a bizarre parable about Marxism starring Woody Allen. That the movies were so similar was not a coincidence, at least not according to Pixar’s brass at the time, who claimed that DreamWorks’ Jeffrey Katzenberg, a former Disney chairman, stole the idea and rushed the movie to theaters before A Bug’s Life. Both were pretty well-received Certified Fresh at 94%, Antz actually ranks a little higher on the Tomatometer than A Bug’s Life s also Certified Fresh 92%, even if the audience score for the latter easily tops the former s  and we can look back at the two movies now with bemusement. Still, consider how wild and telling it is that A Bug’s Life was a big enough deal from the start that it prompted some alleged corporate espionage. That’s the sign of an important movie, if there ever was one.The Cast Is Full of Unexpected Greats(Photo by Buena Vista Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)A Bug’s Life has a secretly stacked cast, full of actors who were definitely not cast because they were “popular with the youths,” but because they were talented. Phyllis Diller, whose iconic cackle was probably familiar to anybody who grew up with the pioneering female comedian in the ‘60s, makes a real character out of the Queen. Mel Brooks mainstay Madeline Kahn, who would die too soon a little more than a year after the film’s premiere, plays Gypsy, while Roddy McDowall, a character actor perhaps best known for his role as Caesar in Planet of the Apes, played a thespian ant. These are all great actors, but perhaps not the most obvious choices for an up-and-coming animation studio in the ‘90s. That they were cast in the movie is another early hint of Pixar’s willingness to do the unexpected.Other members of the cast were perhaps a little less out of left field, but actors like Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Princess Atta), Denis Leary (Francis), David Hyde Piece (Slim), and Brad Garrett (Dim), and Richard Kind (Molt) are all inspired casting choices, not to mention Dave Foley in the lead as Flik. It’s nearly impossible to talk about Kevin Spacey with any sort of reverence these days, and for good reason, but as Hopper, he voices one of the more chilling villains that Disney — let alone Pixar — has ever dreamed up.Its Plot was Epic, Yet Focused(Photo by Buena Vista Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)A Bug’s Life is, essentially, a kid-friendly rendition of Akira Kurosawa s Seven Samurai. The grasshoppers, led by Hopper, have been oppressing the ants for too long, and when their greed and cruelty reaches new levels, the ants must fight back. Sure, the fight is less of a Lord of the Rings-style clash between giant armies and more of a Trojan Horse gambit in the form of a wooden bird, but A Bug’s Life has a pretty epic plot nonetheless. And yet, the storytelling economy is on point. In a filmmaker’s roundtable video that Disney/Pixar produced, the directors and producers recall how the script went through multiple iterations as they figured out what had to work in order to make the story flow.The first big breakthrough came when they recast the lazy grasshopper from the Aesop’s Fable as a greedy tyrant. From there, it was all about making sure that every character had a personal stake in the fighting. Early drafts had a main character who was not from the colony, or circus performers who were initially scammers before deciding to switch sides, but those ideas wouldn’t have worked. By directly tying the conflict to each character in an emotionally resonant way, A Bug’s Life managed to have a large-scale war story with a highly focused s
This week s Ketchup brings you another nice headlines from the world of film development news (the stories about what movies Hollywood is working on for you next), covering such titles as The Suicide Squad, The Eternals, and Halloween Kills.This WEEK S TOP STORYTAIKA WAITITI JUMPING THE GUNN ONTO THE SUICIDE SQUAD IN UNKNOWN ROLE(Photo by Jasin Boland/© Marvel / © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures /Courtesy Everett Collection)Last year, Walt Disney Pictures briefly fired director James Gunn from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (if you re wondering why Marvel s not moving forward on that movie faster, that s the reason) over old jokes in poor taste were found on his Twitter feed. James Gunn has since been hired back, but in the meantime, he jumped ship to work for Warner Bros and DC Comics for The Suicide Squad, which will be a soft reboot sequel to the 2016 super villain movie starring Will Smith and Margot Robbie. This week, James Gunn cast one of his frequent collaborators as well as one of Marvel s stars. First up was Nathan Fillion, who previously worked with James Gunn on both Slither and Super, and who also had a cameo voice acting role in the first Guardians of the Galaxy. The biggest surprise, however, came with the news that Taika Waititi will also have a role in The Suicide Squad. In addition to directing Thor: Ragnarok (in which he also voiced the alien Korg), Taika Waititi is also returning to write and direct Thor: Love and Thunder (11/3/2021), which will come out less than three months after The Suicide Squad. James Gunn also this week cast comedian Steve Agee to provide the voice of the monstrous super villain King Shark. Warner Bros has scheduled The Suicide Squad for release on August 6, 2021, which will be five days after the fifth anniversary of the release of Suicide Squad on August 1, 2016.Other Top Headlines1. KIT HARRINGTON TAKING THE BLACK (KNIGHT) AGAIN IN MARVEL S THE ETERNALS(Photo by George Kraychyk/©TriStar Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection)One of the big reveals at Disney s D23 this past weekend was the casting of Kit Harrington as Dane Whitman, AKA Marvel s Black Knight, in next year s The Eternals (11/6/2020). Harrington will be joined by Richard Madden, he of Robb Stark in Game of Thrones, as Ikaris. This came along with confirmation that Gemma Chan will costar in The Eternals just one year after she also costarred in Captain Marvel as the Kree warrior Minn-Erva. The inclusion of Black Knight and Minn-Erva in The Eternals is significant because both characters were long-time members of The Avengers from the 1980s to the 1990s. Black Knight actually first joined as the 14th Avenger in 1969, in-between Vision in 1968 and Black Widow in 1973. So if one wants to speculate about a future Avengers movie, they re both possibilities.2. BLACK PANTHER II SNAGS MARVEL S BIGGEST RELEASE DATE FOR THE SUMMER OF 2022(Photo by Marvel / © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures /Courtesy Everett Collection)Marvel Studios didn t invent the notion of the weekend closest to May 1st being the best spot to start the summer season (that was arguably the 1999 reboot of The Mummy), but they ve certainly perfected the move. In recent years, that has included Avengers: Age of Ultron (5/1/2015), Captain America: Civil War (5/6/2016), Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (5/5/2017), Avengers: Infinity War (4/27/2018), and Avengers: Endgame (4/26/2019), and will include Black Widow (5/1/2020) and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (5/7/2020). One of the highly anticipated films that was left out of Marvel s big panel of announcements at SDCC this year was Black Panther II, but we learned last weekend that they were just saving that news for D23, where Marvel revealed that Black Panther II is scheduled for May 6, 2022. No other premise or cast details were confirmed, but presumably, Chadwick Boseman, Martin Freeman, Danai Gurira, and Letitia Wright will all be back.3. BOYHOOD DIRECTOR TO SPEND 20 YEARS FILMING MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG(Photo by Wilson Webb/©Lionsgate/courtesy Everett Collection)As of this writing in 2019, Broadway singer/actor Ben Platt is 25, and actress Beanie Feldstein is 26. But when their new movie comes out, they ll be more like 45 and 46. That s because Platt and Feldstein have both signed to star in a new musical from director Richard Linklater, who famously spent 12 years making the 2014 Academy Award-winning drama Boyhood. That musical will be an adaptation of Stephen Sondheim s 1981 play Merrily We Roll Along, which was itself based on the 1934 play of the same name. Sondheim s play was set across a period from 1957 to 1976, and as with Boyhood, Richard Linklater plans on filming Merrily We Go Along over a 20 year period just like how its plot unfolds. Presuming Merrily We Roll Along is released around 2039 or 2040, Richard Linklater (born 7/30/1960) will be between 78 and 80.4. JAMIE FOXX AND TINA FEY TO STAR IN NEXT YEAR S SECOND PIXAR FILM, SOUL (Photo by Walt Disney Studios)As much of an info dump as San Diego Comic-Con is, Disney s own D23 convention almost matches that. This year, a lot of that went to the upcoming Disney+ streaming app s content, but Disney itself made a few big feature film announcements. We ve known for a while now that Pixar s next film will be Onward (3/6/2020), a modern fantasy starring MCU stars Tom Holland and Chris Pratt. But that s not all for Pixar in 2020: They also have Soul on their schedule for release on June 16, 2020. Pixar revealed at D23 that the stars of Soul will be Jamie Foxx and Tina Fey. Fey will voice a disembodied human soul in the afterlife, with Jamie Foxx voicing a music teacher who appears to kick it just before a big career opportunity (cue the comparisons to Mr. Holland s Opus and also Pixar s Coco). Foxx and Fey will also be joined by the voices of Daveed Diggs (Blindspotting), Questlove (of The Roots and The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon), and Phylicia Rashad (TV s The Cosby Show), with Trent Reznor (Nine Inch Nails) collaborating on the film s score.5. PAUL RUDD GROWS UP TO BE ANTHONY MICHAEL HALL IN NEXT YEAR S HALLOWEEN KILLS (Photo by Vertical Entertainment / courtesy Everett Collection)Quite the phenomenon when a future megastar gets their career start in a horrible horror movie. Take, for example, Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers, the sixth film in the horror franchise, which featured Paul Rudd as Tommy Doyle, one of the kids Laurie Strode was babysitting in the first movie. Jamie Lee Curtis returned as Laurie Strode in last year s hit soft reboot sequel Halloween (which earned over 5 million worldwide), and she s returning for Halloween Kills (10/16/2020) and (possibly) Halloween Ends (10/15/2021), which will soon be filmed back-to-back. Paul Rudd was indeed approached about returning as Tommy Doyle, but due to scheduling conflicts with Ghostbusters 2020 (7/10/2020), Tommy Doyle will instead be played by Anthony Michael Hall. Rudd and Hall may not resemble each other, but if the Halloween slasher franchise now serves as a nostalgia feast, the casting of the costar of 1980s movies like Sixteen Candles, Weird Science, and The Breakfast Club fits that theme perfectly.6. DISNEY ANIMATION S POST-FROZEN II TO BE RAYA AND THE LAST DRAGON (Photo by Disney)Disney has had a mystery project scheduled for November 25, 2020 for a while, but it wasn t until last weekend s D23 that Disney revealed that it will be Raya and the Last Dragon. The animated fantasy adventure will be set in a fictional kingdom called Kumandra, which will be inspired by the cultures of Southeast Asia. Raya and the Last Dragon will mark the directorial debuts of Paul Briggs and Dean Wellins, who previously worked on Disney movies like Big Hero 6 and Zootopia. The screenplay is being written by Adele Lim, whose Crazy Rich Asians featured Awkwafina, now also a voice role in Raya. The title character to be voiced by Cassie Steele of TV s Degrassi: The Next Generation.7. EVA LONGORIA TO DIRECT THE FLAMIN HOT CHEETOS MOVIE(Photo by Bauer Martinez Films/courtesy Everett Collection)Fox Searchlight has been moving forward with plans for a movie called Flamin Hot about how the popular brand of Cheetos snack foods came to be. They re hiring Eva Longoria to direct the true story of Richard Montanez, who was a janitor at Frito-Lay when he came up with the Flamin Hot Cheetos concept after noticing that regular Cheetos were not as flavorful as Mexican snacks on the same convenience store shelves.8. HAPPY DEATH DAY DIRECTOR TO BODY SWAP VINCE VAUGHN AND 22-YEAR-OLD KATHRYN NEWTON(Photo by Giles Keyte / © Warner Bros. / courtesy Everett Collection)Director Chris Landon is newly available as it appears unlikely that Happy Death Day will receive another sequel after this year s box office disappointment of 2U, which earned just million domestically. For his next film, Landon will cowrite and direct a body swapping thriller. Vince Vaughn will star as a deranged serial killer whose body is taken over by a high school student played by 22-year-old Kathryn Newton, whose previous work includes Paranormal Activity 4 and Detective Pikachu.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
不过提到游戏体验,个人认为做过《阴阳师》的手游的大厂网易,不至于将游戏优化的过于糟糕,而这些卡顿现象,很可能是手机问题。

If 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 rtiswrong@rottentomatoes.com.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 slander of any kind. Follow Jacqueline on Twitter: @THATjacqueline.Mark Ellis is a comedian and contributing editor for Rotten Tomatoes. He currently hosts the Rotten Tomatoes series Versus, among others, and can be seen co-hosting the sports entertainment phenomenon Movie Trivia Schmoedown. His favorite Star Wars movie is Jedi (guess which one!), his favorite person is actually a dog (his beloved stepdaughter Mollie), and – thanks to this podcast – he s about to watch Burlesque for the first time in his life. Follow Mark on Twitter: @markellislive.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
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Meet Coach Colette French (Willa Fitzgerald): unwanted, uncompromising, unbelievable! With a tagline of It was beautiful until it went to far, USA Network s new drama is based on Megan Abbott s novel about competitive high school cheerleading. The arrival of French tears at the bond between best friends Addy Hanlon (Herizen Guardiola) and Beth Cassidy (Marlo Kelly).About the show: Dare Me is an unflinching exploration of teen angst, jealousy, loyalty and the dynamics of power in a small Midwestern town. Peering behind the all-American facade, the series dives into the cutthroat world of competitive high school cheerleading. It follows the fraught relationship between two best friends (Herizen Guardiola and Marlo Kelly) after a new coach (Willa Fitzgerald) arrives to bring their team to prominence. While the girls’ friendship is put to the test, their young lives are changed forever when a shocking crime rocks their quiet rust belt town. Part coming-of-age story, part sport drama, part murder mystery, DARE ME exposes the physical and psychological extremes that some young women are willing to endure in order to get ahead.The series stars Willa Fitzgerald (The Goldfinch), Herizen Guardiola (The Get Down), Marlo Kelly (Home Away), Paul Fitzgerald (Younger), Zach Roerig (The Vampire Diaries), Rob Heaps (Imposters) and Alison Thornton (Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce). Chris Zylka (The Leftovers), Taveeta Szymanowicz (October Faction), Tammy Blanchard (Tallulah), Antonio J. Bell (Greenleaf) and Amanda Brugel (The Handmaid’s Tale) recur.Dare Me is produced by UCP in association with Film 44. The series is based on the novel by Megan Abbott, who serves as writer and executive producer along with Gina Fattore, Peter Berg and Michael Lombardo of Film 44, Sarah Condon, and Karen Rosenfelt.Dare Me premieres on Sunday, December 29 at 10/9C on USA Network.
It s a good time to be an anime fan, what with multiple dedicated streaming services (choose among Crunchyroll, Funimation, HiDive and more), alongside mainstream awards recognition and critical acclaim for the likes of Your Name or Dragon Ball Super: Broly. Meanwhile, Studio Ghibli s on HBO Max, and anime-inspired shows like Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra hitting big on Netflix. And now Attack on Titan has returned for its fourth and final epic season. We re commemorating these moments with a selection of 25 anime TV series that we believe have been essential to the medium over the last five decades. Our recommendation that these shows ought to be sought out and watched is based on the immediate quality of the stories, characters, and animation, along with their crucial impact in exposing new audiences to the world of anime.Of course, with so many high-caliber shows produced over the years, much of it readily available at our fingertips, we invite you to create your own guide. Let us know what you think are the best, most essential anime series out there in the comments.Future Boy Conan (1976) (Photo by Nippon Animation)Owing to its inconsistent availability country to country, Future Boy Conan remains underseen even among most Studio Ghibli devotees. This is something fans must rectify by any means. Directed by Hayao Miyazaki in collaboration with Isao Takahata, this 26-episode series features a flooded post-apocalyptic Earth, warring human factions, a boy with superhuman strength, a girl with telepathic powers, and, of course, pirates and seaplanes. Released before his feature debut, The Castle of Cagliostro, this is light years beyond Miyazaki s other TV output (like when directing Sherlock Hound episodes or his run on Lupin the 3rd, all great), finding him at his most youthful and enthusiastic. And the show bears all the hallmarks of his later work, like worthy female protagonists, environmentalist messages, and complex, shifting relationships between heroes and villains. Which actually renders the phrase later work void. Future Boy Conan shows he s always known how to make masterpieces.Space Pirate Captain Harlock (1978-1979) (Photo by Toei Animation)The beginning of a vast space opera franchise created by Leiji Matsumoto, this is a slow-burn melodrama anchored around the titular Harlock, who has left Earth in his ship, the Arcadia, after defining space as the final frontier for a man of honor like himself. He and his crew engage in war with the all-female Mazone, who threaten his home planet. In his characteristic skull-and-crossbones cloak, Harlock s stoic nature and moral nobility (and not to mention he s a bit of a lush) quickly became a lovely, foundational trope in anime. It s now to the point where his image and character has been parodied in disparate animation, from Project A-Ko to Steven Universe.Watch on: CrunchyrollMobile Suit Gundam (1979-1980) (Photo by Nippon Sunrise)Like Futurama, Star Trek, and Firefly, Mobile Suit Gundam was one of those sci-fi shows that found significant life even after their early cancellations, as fans united and rallied around their beloved series. In Gundam s case, the powers that be were convinced to resurrect the franchise after model kits of the show s mechs flew off the shelves for years. Audiences were clearly vibing to Gundam s revolutionary new style of personalized giant robots in space warfare, to the point that decades later a Gundam blasted its way into a major fighting appearance within Ready Player One s climactic battle. Outside the cool mech design, the original Gundam series is notable for hero Amuro, and his rivalry with Char, whose redemption and fall in the sequels make up one of the great character arcs in classic anime.Ranma 1/2 (1987-1992) (Photo by Studio Deen)A freewheeling blitz of martial arts slapstick and ever-so-many romantic misunderstandings, Ranma 1/2 is a tale of two families, the Saotomes and the Tendos, whose members and friends are affected by a curse, enacted upon them after some characters bathe or fall into a forbidden natural spring. Cold water afflicts the accursed, transforming one person into a pig, another a duck, a panda, and so on. And in the case of raven-haired Ranma Saotome, cool liquid morphs him into a red-headed pig-tailed girl. The only way to turn any of them back is with a splash of hot H2O. The quirky gender politics, and the love-hate interplay between Ranma and his violently reluctant betrothed Akane Tendo (not cursed, outside of being an exceptionally bad cook), drive the action and comedy, as other would-be suitors surge in like hawks of anarchy. After its TV run, Ranma 1/2 carried on through a robust gauntlet of OVAs and feature films.Watch on: Hulu, VIZDragon Ball Z (1989-1996) (Photo by Toei)Anime has been a strong force in upending societal impressions that animation is strictly for kids. And every now and then a show breaks through the otaku inner circles and into shopping malls and the mainstream, validating the medium in a way through its vast pop-cultural reach. Dragon Ball Z is one of those major breakthroughs, an epic of planet-annihilating proportions, whose long-gestating battles of inner rage and surging emotion speaks especially to an eternal adolescent audience. Series protagonist Goku is now an icon of animation thanks to his justice-driven good nature, aided by the characteristically unfussy character design by Akira Toriyama, and a meme-friendly fanbase. And Goku still lives today, through a currently-airing sequel series, the critically acclaimed 2019 Broly film, and even funky Thundercat songs.Watch on: FunimationPatlabor: The TV Series (1989-1990) (Photo by Sunrise)Patlabor pulls the mecha genre out from space operas and away from all those cosmic threats, and lands it in for a more upbeat earthbound approach. Created in the twilight of Japan s  economic boom before the bubble burst in 1992, the series glitters with a positive, progressive outlook on the (then) near-future of the island nation, where commercial-grade mechs called Labors have integrated within every day life, powering transportation, manufacturing, land development, and more avenues of industry. We follow the colorful, motley crew of officers at Second Special Vehicles Division, who combat a variety of Labor-related crimes. Less overtly political than the OVA and movie timeline, The TV Series is an appealing breakdown of a unique police unit s inner workings that, in its best episodes, feels like an office sitcom whose lessons are delivered through giant robot beatdowns.Watch on: HiDiveSailor Moon (1992-1997) (Photo by Toei)If stereotypically Dragon Ball Z captured the attention of boys, then Sailor Moon did the same for girls. A pioneer in national broadcast syndication like DBZ, Sailor Moon brought anime to the masses. It was an after-school, afternoon delight to daily unite with Usagi (or Serena, in the original English dub) and her intergalactic planetary squad of friends, as they navigate adolescent life, mysterious boyfriends, and their own secret identities as magically-endowed defenders of the planet. Series director Kunihiko Ikuhara would go to direct another shojo classic series, Revolutionary Girl Utena.Watch on: Hulu, VIZTenchi Muyo! (1995)(Photo by AIC)From Bubblegum Crisis to El-Hazard: The Magnificent World to Oh My Goddess!, production house AIC defined the anime look from the mid- 80s to early 90s. AIC s tendency towards warm color tones and diligent, weighty animation gave their projects an alluring haze which felt simultaneously grounded and not of this world. The Tenchi universe was the commercial crown jewel of the era, with additional OVAs, feature films, and spinoffs. Tenchi s premise is one of those classic anime wish fulfillment set-ups, where a hapless high school dude gets entangled in a love triangle, with the two other participants being a princess from another planet, and a roguish space pirate. Superhuman powers, time travel, and a cat-rabbit who can transform into a spaceship may also get involved. The AIC look and Tenchi s fluidity between romance, action, sci-fi, comedy, and drama really hits that anime sweet spot.Watch on: FunimationNeon Genesis Evangelion (1995-1996)(Photo by Gainax)Hailed as the apex of serialized anime since its debut, Neon Genesis Evangelion’s champagne reputation belies just how strange it is. Set in a post-apocalyptic Japan where kaijus known as “Angels” repeatedly ravage humanity, the series follows Shinji Ikari, an insecure boy chosen to pilot one of the Evangelions, which are giant, mysterious robots that are the only weapons capable of repelling the Angel menace. From there, Evangelion transforms from a mecha procedural into an impressionistic allegory about the inherent loneliness of being human. The virtually plotless finale divided audiences at the time and remains contentious to this day. Series creator Hideaki Anno responded to fan outrage with a supplemental film titled The End of Evangelion, which brought closure to the story while diving headlong into a darkness that the show merely glanced at. The result is a harrowing but unusually frank exploration of mental health. Taken altogether, Evangelion’s hallowed status is understandable: While the saga becomes more inscrutable the deeper it goes, viewers will come out the other end having gained a deeper understanding of themselves.Watch on: NetflixPokemon (1997-present) (Photo by OLM, Inc.)If Dragon Ball was for boys, and Sailor Moon was for girls, then Pokemon was for everyone. With its limitless capacity for cute monsters, and hero Ash Ketchum s simple, defined goal of mastering the capturing of said monsters, Pokemon launched with an immediate, all-ages appeal. Twenty-three seasons later, Ash is still at it, with no signs of slowing down. That s because the show (and franchise at large, really) hasn t wavered from its core, timeless bent towards adventure and discovery, of what it s like to be operating in its universe. Every opportunity is taken to make you feel the thrill of being a Pokemon seeker, as seen in the video games, Pokemon GO!, and even Detective Pikachu.Watch on: Pokemon TVCowboy Bebop (1997-1998)(Photo by Sunrise)Cowboy Bebop feels like the end of anime s classic era, a spectacular climax for cel animation television, and the dawn of anime finally entering the public consciousness. Of course, Bebop had a big hand in making anime explode in America, as cable television grew in popularity and Cartoon Network began airing the show in blocks with the likes of The Big O, Trigun, and InuYasha. Relentlessly hip, Cowboy Bebop stood out (still does) for its silky animation, eclectic blues and jazz soundtrack, postmodern editing trips, explosive action set pieces, and the natural allure of star bounty hunter Spike, who moves like a deep space Elliott Gould from The Long Goodbye. Only Spike s even cooler than Marlowe.Watch on: HuluSerial Experiments Lain (1998)(Photo by Triangle Staff)Serial Experiments Lain helped usher in a new style of anime, of more digitally-produced shows with a glossy bloom and deeper, darker, complicated storylines. In the wake of Neon Genesis tearing up the typical anime playbook, Lain pursues a surreal, interior cyberpunk story about a withdrawn high school girl who receives an email from a classmate who has recently committed suicide. Questions of hyperreality, consciousness, and the everyday tangibility of cyberspace ensue. Lain is pretentious, symbolic, and absorbing – a prime example of a brave new world in anime.Watch on: FunimationFLCL (2000-2001, 2018)(Photo by Production I.G)What does FLCL (pronounced “Fooly Cooly”) mean? Nobody seems to know in this joyous, nervy, and wistful odyssey through the pangs of puberty. A passion project by Gainax animator Kazuya Tsurumaki, this madcap allegory delivers one of the most experientially authentic depictions of blossoming sexuality in any medium. The story kicks off when Naota Nandaba, a surly 12-year-old boy from a nondescript town, has his life upended when a boisterous drifter drives into town and thwacks him across the head with her guitar. Symptoms for Naota’s injury include angst, confusion, and his skull sprouting fighting robots who may be a part of a vast alien conspiracy. Like its title, the story logic of FLCL matters far less than how the journey makes the viewer feel. For anyone who can remember their first discombobulating step into adulthood, FLCL will feel like coming home.Watch on: Hulu, Funimation, Crunchyroll (2018 season)Naruto (2002-2017)(Photo by Pierrot)One of the longest-running anime ever with over 700 episodes, it s pretty hard to never have heard of Naruto before even if you re not into anime. The show follows an orphaned boy named Naruto, who lives with the soul of a nine-tailed demon fox trapped inside him, and dreams of one day becoming a ninja. The value of friendship and determination is at the core of this show, which offers plenty of interesting characters, both friend and foe, and a story that grabs your attention and never lets go despite having hundreds of episodes. Of course, this all wouldn t work if Naruto himself weren t an amazing protagonist. Indeed, he s one of the most well-developed and charismatic characters in anime history, and we witness him evolving from from aspiring ninja, to leader, to even a father.Watch on: Crunchyroll, Hulu, Netflix, VIZFullmetal Alchemist (2003-2004)(Photo by Bones)An action/adventure show with an upbeat tone, amazing action scenes, excellent world-building and characters you can easily fall in love with, it s easy to see why Fullmetal Alchemist is considered one of the best anime series of the 2000s. As upbeat as it is, the story has loss and grief as a central theme. The series follows two brothers who venture out to look for the legendary Philosopher s Stone and regain the bodies they lost after trying to resurrect their dead mother using alchemy. Also worth noting is the equally fantastic Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, which was a more faithful adaptation of the original manga, whereas Fullmetal Alchemist took many liberties with the source material.Watch on: NetflixCode Geass (2006-2007)(Photo by Sunrise)In an alternate timeline where the British Empire won the Revolutionary War, but then subsequently lost against Napoleon, we re introduced to a world where the Holy Britannian Empire controls a third of the Earth. Now, the Empire is set on conquering Japan. A Britannian prince in exile finds himself the leader of a rebellion when he receives the power of absolute obedience. Code Geass is full of unforgettable twists, with several mysteries and shocking developments coming at the audience, and a compelling war story that manages to tell a big picture story of epic proportions as well as more intimate character stories that you ll care deeply about. Then there s the mech action. Though this is not Neon Genesis Evangelion, this series still offers plenty of giant robot action mixed with the Game of Thrones-like political machinations.Watch on: Netflix, Funimation, CrunchyrollDeath Note (2006-2007)(Photo by Madhouse)What do you get when you combine a god of death so bored he drops off on Earth a notebook capable of killing any person whose name is written inside, a high school student who wants to clear the world from criminals, and an eccentric detective known only as L? One hell of a cat-and-mouse four-dimensional chess game. Death Note doesn t have a villain really, but instead it lines up two opposing sides who believe in justice but follow vastly different paths to achieve it. There are questions about morality and justice that will make you think, and nail-biting schemes and plots that will keep you guessing and enthralled.Watch on: Crunchyroll, Netflix, HBO Max, Hulu, Tubi, Vudu, Pluto TV, VIZGurren Lagaan (2007)(Photo by Gainax)In this over-the-top, loud, hot-blooded, and exciting mecha show hides the antithesis of Evangelion, offering not so much a deconstruction of the genre, but a celebration of it. Gurren Lagann follows two friends who become the symbols of rebellion against a powerful tyrant, in a world where mankind has been forced underground to live in subterranean villages. This show has fast-paced action sequences that can rival those of the biggest blockbusters, with a distinct visual style as loud and extreme as an 80s heavy metal banger. Additionally, Gurren Lagann doesn t shy away from killing off favorite characters and exploring more emotionally mature themes while raising the stakes to epic world-ending proportions.Watch on: Funimation, Crunchyroll, Netflix, HuluSteins;Gate (2011)(Photo by White Fox)Time travel stories aren t easy to pull off, but Steins;Gate almost makes it look easy. (And that s while having a semicolon it its title.) We follow a self-proclaimed mad scientist who likes to joke around with crazy inventions, until he accidentally invents a phone that can send messages across temporal space. Now he and his friends find themselves trapped in a murder loop, as the show uses the butterfly effect to demonstrate the increasingly complicated consequences of trying to change the future. The story is airtight, and though the time travel gets complex, it s never too confusing. As much a head-scratcher as it is a thrilling roller coaster, this is a sci-fi show you don t want to miss.Watch on: Hulu, Funimation, CrunchyrollHunter x Hunter (2011-2014)(Photo by Madhouse)In a world where people can become certified Hunters to track down treasure, criminals, and people, a 12-year-old embarks on a journey to become a Hunter himself in order to find his missing father. The premise of Hunter x Hunter isn t completely new (it feels a lot like Dragon Ball), but what makes this show special is in the execution. For one, the show makes its villain as big and compelling a character as the hero, and his story rivals the best protagonist stories out there. Hunter x Hunter has one of the best villains in anime, plus plenty of super-powered action to satisfy any comic-book–style anime fan.Watch on: Crunchyroll, Tubi, Vudu, Netflix, Hulu, HBO Max, Pluto TV, VIZJoJo s Bizarre Adventure (2012-present)(Photo by David Production)One of the most popular and beloved franchises in recent years, JoJo s Bizarre Adventure tells the multi-generational saga of the Joestar family, with each new season in the saga following a new JoJo protagonist from the lineage. Thus, the show spans several generations, along with multiple locations and genres, while always maintaining its very distinct and strange visual style. This is Victorian vampire horror, superhero Nazi-fighting, and a murder mystery all in one. Also what makes JoJo s so loved is its many references to 80s action heroes (most of the absurdly beefy characters are inspired by your Schwarzeneggers and Stallones of yore) and rock stars. Jojo s is as much an 80s love letter as Stranger Things, but its memeable and unpredictable nature makes this a must-watch for diehard anime fans and newcomers alike.Watch on: Crunchyroll, Hulu, Netflix, VIZAttack on Titan (2013-present) (Photo by Funimation)The world is a dystopian nightmare. Humanity is at the brink of extinction, hidden behind giant walls, as a group of soldiers fights to protect citizens from 150-foot-tall humanoid Titans with a voracious appetite for devouring people. Attack on Titan starts with a simple concept that promises an exciting, brutally violent, and frightening series, but it evolves into a tragic exploration of fate and hopelessness, while questioning whether the cycle of violence can ever be broken. The music will instantly become part of your favorites playlist, the characters have distinct personalities, the action becomes more fluid and thrilling over time, and the story effortlessly swings from action to political drama to mystery. It s a thrilling world that keeps expanding.Watch on: Funimation, Crunchyroll, Hulu, NetflixHaikyu!! (2014-present) (Photo by Production I.G)The best sports anime right now, Haikyu!! takes you to the exciting, blood-pumping, and often heart-breaking world of volleyball. Even if you ve never watched, played, or even thought about volleyball outside of Top Gun, this show guaranteed to school you on the sport and what makes people so excited for it, while putting you in a great mood every time the central team wins a match. Our main character is Shoyo Hinata, a high school freshman considered too short to play volleyball, but who is particularly fast and adept at jumping. Naturally, we follow his journey to becoming the best volleyball player he can be. This show features fantastic character development, hilarious humor, and some of the best sports sequences ever animated.Watch on: Crunchyroll, Netflix, HiDive (seasons 2 and 3)My Hero Academia (2016-present) (Photo by Funimation)It s a world where nearly everyone has some sort of superpower, and Izuku Midoriya is born with nothing. That doesn t stop the kid from enrolling into one of the most prestigious superhero schools, setting out on an improbable journey to become the number one hero on the planet. My Hero Academia takes everything you love about superhero movies, and mixes it with a coming-of-age tale with lots of heart, eye-popping action, a supporting cast of well-developed and memorable characters, a protagonist who isn t afraid to show vulnerability, and references and homages to your favorite comic books. Whether you want a first entry into the world of superheroics, or have seen all that Marvel and DC have to offer, this show has something for everyone.Watch on: Funimation, Crunchyroll, HuluA Place Further Than The Universe (2018)(Photo by Madhouse)Have you ever wanted to do something extraordinary, but then life just got in the way? That s the premise of A Place Further Than the Universe, which follows a teenage girl who s always wanted to do something big before graduating high school, but can never figure out what. That is, until she meets a group of girls her age who convince her to journey to Antarctica together. The show is relatable, funny, comforting, and upbeat while still managing to be very emotional. It perfectly captures the youthful optimism of the teenage spirit, as no matter how many adversities the girls face, they still manage to overcome them with each other s help.Watch on: CrunchyrollThumbnail image: MAPPA
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亚博投注官网 (Photo by Disney/ courtesy Everett Collection)How to Watch Pirates of the Caribbean Movies In OrderThe Pirates of the Caribbean franchise launched Johnny Depp into megastardom and put pirates back on the cultural treasure map, all beginning with 2003 s The Curse of the Black Pearl. If you want to watch the Pirates of the Caribbean movies in order, set sail with Captain Jack Sparrow and his two lovely assistants Elizabeth Swann and Will Turner (Keira Knightley, Orlando Bloom) towards Dead Man s Chest and At Worlds End.With that trilogy closed, the series continued on with the further adventures of Jack with On Stranger Tides and Dead Men Tell No Tales. In the years since, a sixth film remains in the works, while in June 2020, Disney announced a spin-off to star Margot Robbie. For now, see our guide on how to watch the Pirates of the Caribbean movies in order.

Barbara Ling:  I got a call to read the script at Quentin s house, and I went crazy for it, then met with Quentin. And the first big meeting was kind of insane. He writes the script as if it s a novel. It was an enormous amount of places. It was all I could do to try to take notes and catch up on how many locations we were going to need it was so massive. A massive film driving through LA, nonstop. It s stopping at many different types of areas. So once Quentin and I talked about the things that were most crucial for him and what he d love to see that could be discovered, all of the rest happened really quite quickly. Within the first 24 hours of me starting, I made sure I had Rick [Schuler] starting the next day, because the one thing that was very apparent to me, time was of the essence, and it was gonna take a lot of wrangling. It s Los Angeles, which is not an easy hunt. So Rick threw his department together fast.Rick Schuler: I was working on Ford v Ferrari and decided to jump over because I wanted to do the Quentin movie. Then I interviewed with Barbara. I guess that interview went well. [laughs] I was excited to be working with her, because she grew up and lived in Hollywood at that time. I came to Hollywood much later, so I was very excited about that. But yeah, it started rather quickly. Barbara met with him first, and then I got to the script, and then just started breaking down the locations. Barbara was already doing the locations that were written in the script and scouted already. So there was plenty for me to start wrapping my head around, like Musso Frank s and Casa Vega and all that kind of stuff. And then it was only later that I jumped in and talked more with Barbara and Quentin about other specific locations.Ling: We had Quentin in a car the very first week we both started. By the end of that week, we were driving the streets of LA. We had a tight window of only about 12 weeks before the tech scout and the first commercial shoots. Those little commercials were being made for within the film first, which meant that you had 12 weeks to put this movie together, to have the budget, start building, and start finding. The best part was being in the car with Quentin those hours and long conversations. And it does take hours, because driving through Los Angeles scouting is always hours. [laughs] In one respect, it was good, because that s where you get so much about what he s thinking. He s going, Yeah, and what about that? What about if we do this?  It s a creative time. And then there was nonstop driving with him once Rick would assemble things. It was a very quick process, but very creative and very fun. The hardest part [was] getting all of [these fractured moments] pinned down in the beginning. (Photo by Columbia/Sony Pictures)Ling: You have a layering in this film that s separate from the world that they were in the everyday 1960s, and then you had the TV shows that they were in at that time. Rick Dalton s Lancer would ve been set as an 1800s Western. So now we re doing this film, and we re doing the eras within the era. The constant was 1969, the live-action now. The actors, you d see on the streets or in their homes. And then we d go to a set, and now we re coming into a TV show. You have the Westerns, the Hullabaloo, and these fractured moments around different sets that carry on as their characters are on the set. When Cliff Booth is fighting Bruce Lee you re there on the outside of the set in the 1960s. You re not on the inside of the set, but it s there in the background.And those scenes within the scenes are the hardest part. Getting all of that pinned down in the beginning how many TV shows are there? It s a lot. It s a lot because there were a broad range of shows. But Quentin had to pin it down for himself. He said,  Okay, we re going to do 20 of these shows. But then you had the everyday action of the movie, Rick s life, Rick coming home, Cliff going to his trailer, the introduction of the Polanski house. And there s actually a lot that we did that didn t make the cut, because what happens with any movie is that you go for the gold, and then you think, Well, maybe I don t need that now. [Quentin s] an encyclopedia of both film and TV shows of that era. (Photo by Columbia/Sony Pictures)Schuler: Do you remember how he [Quentin] would pop things on us? Like, we were driving back from somewhere, and he goes, Oh, okay, go down Riverside. Go by Bob s Big Boy, and make a left on Furman. Stop. Now, let s get out of the car. And then he showed us a restaurant that he had frequented with his family growing up called The Money Tree on Riverside. And then once he sort of told us about that, he said, Well, an FBI episode was shot here. And we re listening, and he s like, Yeah, and I want to do this scene here. And that was sort of completely out of the blue.Ling: What s so great about Quentin, he s an encyclopedia of both film and TV shows of that era, particularly of the 50s, 60s, and 70s. And because there were scenes from FBI he wanted to recreate, which he did with Rick s character, we found a location and put that into the episode. He had found an old FBI with Burt Reynolds that he knew had a moment driving right down Riverside Drive and making the turn on Furman he just knew exactly where that was. The Money Tree was the place he had gone to, and he said, This would be fabulous if we just recreate on this block, if we could put everything back. And I was like, Well, that s not an easy ask. [laughs] Riverside is not an easy street, but it was fabulous because it s something off the beaten track, and that s what makes period work fun. And working with Quentin, those are the things that aren t always obvious, but it s very fun. Hollywood tends to be kind of an idea, but not so much a destination. [Tarantino] could make it a destination. (Photo by Columbia/Sony Pictures)Ling:  I would say Hollywood Boulevard was certainly one of the most massive things we tried. That had not really been done in probably 50 years, that someone was allowed to close Hollywood Boulevard. To have that much work done and closed down for, what? Three days? It was massive. Just the logistics of getting it done was like a miracle.Schuler: When Quentin mentioned he wanted to do Hollywood Boulevard, I was thinking, Oh, we ll do it between 9:00 AM and 3:00 PM in the afternoon, and then we ll do some night stuff, so that we can work between rush hours and all that. And then as he kept talking about Hollywood Boulevard, it became clear to me, Oh, there s no way we re going to do this, this way. We re going to have to really shut this whole thing down. So I started talking to the stakeholders in the area about what we wanted to do. Eventually, it led to a meeting with those stakeholders, and it became clear that I needed to get the council s office on board. The Department of Transportation was going to say no, because they have to say no. Our filming there is not going to make driving around Hollywood easier. They made it clear that if I could get the council s office to override everybody else, then they would be willing to go along with it, because, essentially, there was political cover, and it was out of their hands. I understood that, so eventually, we were able to go ahead and do that.Quentin came to the meeting, and by that time, everybody was on board with the project. And part of it was due in part that it was a movie about Hollywood. It was a man who had essentially grown up in Hollywood, that worked in Hollywood, that owned a theater in Hollywood, and who better to be able to do something like this and actually give something back to the city? That was the plug he made, and it worked. Hollywood tends to be kind of an idea, but not so much a destination. He could make it a destination. People could watch this movie, come to Hollywood, and start looking for locations where we shot. When I went into this meeting, they said they didn t do this except like maybe 50 years ago it was Alex in Wonderland  Quentin had actually shown us that movie. They also had shut down Hollywood Boulevard, they had tanks on the street, cars on fire, and machine gun fire in that movie. And as a humorous point, I said, Okay, you ve done this before. I can promise you, we won t do this again, but I do need some time to do some stuff that will bring people to this city. And they consented to that. [Rick Dalton s house] was our hardest location to scout. (Photo by Columbia/Sony Pictures)Ling: [Rick Dalton s house] was our hardest location, because it was written with such detail. Quentin had a shot that was actually written in the script about Rick in his pool. He s floating, and the camera is on Rick then the camera pulls up, comes up over the house, over the trees and lands right in front of the driveway with the Polanskis coming out the door and getting in their car. He wanted to do that in one shot. To get that was the longest thing we ever hunted. This was Rick s army of human beings searching every avenue on Google Earth looking for two houses that we could actually use that had all the other things we needed, which was a great pool and a view. That went on for months and months, trying to find this combination. And eventually, we found it, but it took months, an enormous amount of work, different homes, and different things. But the shot was so crucial to Quentin, it had to work. He had to be able to get this shot. But finally, in Studio City, up in the hills, we found this great pool that actually had a great view, and then it had a house above it. And all of it could be just altered enough to look more like hillsides.What we didn t do was use Rick s interior house there that became four locations. Rick s interior, I built on a stage, because that was too specific for Quentin in staging, especially for the final scene. That would ve been nearly impossible to find a house that would let me rebuild the interior to look like what he needed. So we did that one on a stage, and then we put in a pool, but in miniature, that was only about six inches deep, so that you could still look out the window at night. And then up at Sharon s house, for her backyard, we used yet another house that was in Tarzana. We altered the back of their house, so when you came out of a door at Sharon s house in Studio City, you actually were in this new location.It was an amazing collection of locations to make one thing. Plus, Quentin did a brilliant, brilliant job in his staging, so you never know that s not all just the same place. It was a number of locations to make up those two. But the feeling of Rick s interior was very important with Quentin it had to feel like a bachelor pad of the time, one of the late 50s for an early 60s kind of actor in Benedict Canyon. This mid-century kind of development actually is what they were. And it s the idea of, Rick Dalton s not a decorator, so he just puts a lot of stuff from his shows. He s got his saddle from one of the Westerns. He s got his Spanish bar we did Palomino skins in it and that s kind of the center of his universe within his home. And of course, the TV, with the mid-century BarcaLounger. You can tell it s not a female-driven home; it s very male-driven. And those are the things that a man would decorate around. The bar was also very important to Quentin what the cups were and things like that. And a lot of pieces from Quentin s own house are in that bar. He also loves to put in little tidbits of old movies like the Hopalong Cassidy poster with a Hopalong Cassidy cup, and all the other things that he collects. They were all places that Quentin goes to, and they love him as a client and as a filmmaker. (Photo by Columbia/Sony Pictures)Ling: It all started just quickly with Musso s, which of course is still very period. That place still looks like 1969, and they adore Quentin. They were very lovely, particularly with the decorating and prop crowd. When we said, Oh, we re going to bring out the dishes that were the right dishes for 1969. They still had everything it was still in that kitchen. The only things we changed out were things in the front, getting rid of the digital cash registers. We changed the curtains and all the stuff by the front door back to the curtains of the time. And we changed all the bottles to make sure that they were the labels from 1969, because even a lot of the alcohol has changed.Certainly, the theaters had more work, particularly the Bruin, who also were great to us. They let us change out their snack bar, put it back to the original snack bar, get rid of things on the side, and put up huge posters inside of there. We had to actually put our own projectors in, because Quentin wanted the film Sharon was watching to be the actual film, not to put that in digitally. So in the back of the theater, they let us take out seats and build another booth and put in film projectors with enough light that we projected the film, in film. So Sharon Tate (Margot Robbie) was watching the film the way it would have been screened at that time. So they were very gracious with all of this. They found even some of the original deco poster holders in their basement and brought them out for us; they were original to 1969. Then we built pieces on the exterior of the building to hold the posters. We were very lucky that both the theaters were managed by the same company. They were incredibly great in letting us change the marquees out of LED to florescent marquees again that could have letters on them. And they let us do that overnight, as their last film came down before we closed the theater. It wasn t easy, but we were very lucky. It was the same thing with Casa Vega. They were all places that Quentin goes to, and they love him as a client and as a filmmaker. That helped a lot.Once Upon A Time in Hollywood is available now for purchase on Blu-Ray and VOD.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week. 所有英雄都保留了四个技能以及两个召唤师技能,这无疑大大提升了手游操作的上限。在端游中,""闪R""或""救命的一口治疗""等,向来是玩家和职业选手们""扭转战局""的有力操作。当这些都被保留在手游中,提升难度的同时,也给了玩家们更多的操作空间,技能衔接与队友间的配合变得更加重要。

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ency — has the moth away from the heroine s mouth as if she’s now allowed to speak.Even though the show is a period piece, Breeds said that this image is “representative of the time we re in.”“It s not that the moths aren t there,” Breeds said. “The traumas in our experience are still present as women in the workforce — with gender and race particularly. We go into [those issues] a lot on the show. It s not that the trauma isn t there. It s just, we re not silenced by it anymore.”(Photo by Brooke Palmer / CBS)Clarice also has a friend in the series, Devyn A. Tyler’s Ardelia Mapp, who happens to be Black — but whom Lumet has stressed will not be a “black best friend” stereotype. Tyler’s character is not just the “girl on the phone,” Breeds said.“She s not just the one in the basement, doing the background work that pops up every now and then when we need her,” Breeds added. “We talk about her not wanting to be relegated to the basement in the show. And she says what we re all thinking.”There are some things about Clarice’s history that cannot be undone.One is the character’s West Virginia dialect — something Dr. Lecter notes in Lambs that she’s “tried so desperately to shed.” Breeds said she had no idea what it meant when her audition script had the note “with a hint of Appalachia,” and her husband, actor Luke Mitchell, originally advised her to skip it and just do an American accent.(Photo by Brooke Palmer/CBS)After practicing the regional dialect, “it just kind of worked in my mouth, Breeds said. It just felt really right to me. And not only that, it really brought the character home for me.”It also helps her shed the character at the end of the day, Breeds said, because “it s not just an accent. It s a culture, it s an upbringing. It s a childhood that informs so much of who she is.”Another ghost from Clarice s past appearing in the series is Catherine Martin, the woman she rescues from Buffalo Bill’s clutches in Lambs. Played by Brooke Smith in the film, Catherine is now played by Marnee Carpenter.“Catherine could be Clarice if Clarice wasn t so stubborn in not letting her trauma get to her,” Breeds said. “Catherine is the dark side of the way our trauma can take us over. And it s everything Clarice is fighting against, but it s also haunting her. Because deep down, being a very intelligent woman, she knows that suppressing and avoiding trauma is not dealing with it. It s only suppressing it. And eventually it s going to come out and get you.”(Photo by Brooke Palmer/CBS)The most enticing adversary of all is not planned to have an impact on Clarice’s television longevity. Due to complicated licensing deals, the character Hannibal Lecter will not appear in  the series — even if he is vaguely mentioned. (The opposite problem plagued creator Bryan Fuller s NBC series, Hannibal, which — ironically enough — also shot in Toronto. Breeds said some of Clarice’s crew members have worked on both shows, but she s not sure if they ve filmed in any of the same locations.)Despite being a sadist cannibal who is both on the loose and who knows a ton of personal information about our heroine, Breeds said the madman is barely a blip on the radar.“It is the ghost of her trauma from her childhood that she needs to deal with, more than she needs to deal with Dr. Lecter,” she said. “He was just a part of the process that is triggering her to go back to the real demons that are in her life.”Clarice premieres February 11 on CBS.

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