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万博体育真人采用百度引擎0(Baidu 1)手游当中出现新的玩法这本身对于大部分玩家来说是一件好事。而《逃离塔科夫》本身是一款非常有创意的人气作品,其玩法有着独到之处。越来越多涌现的相关手游都受到了玩家的关注。

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It s often difficult to make a film based on true events particularly tragic true events and walk the delicate line between earnest dramatic retelling and outright misfortune porn. The story of Brian Banks, subject of this week s appropriately titled Brian Banks, is sad but ultimately hopeful, and critics say it mostly works. Banks, played in the film by Aldis Hodge, was a rising football star from Long Beach, CA who was committed to attend USC when a classmate falsely accused him of rape during his junior year of high school. Banks ended up serving six years in prison for a crime he did not commit before he was released, the film recounts how he worked with the California Innocence Project to secure his freedom and restore his honor. While the story itself is infuriating and unbelievable, critics say Brian Banks could have delved a little deeper into the complex issues that ultimately lay at the heart of Banks conviction, and it never quite reaches the inspirational heights it aims for. But it is a thoughtful portrayal that nevertheless sheds some light on a serious topic and offers some hope in the process. Today s Ketchup brings you ten headlines from the world of film development news, covering titles such as Breaking Bad, The Color Purple, Paddington 3, and the Shrek reboot.This WEEK S TOP STORYJESSE PINKMAN WILL CONTINUE BREAKING BAD IN SEQUEL FILM(Photo by Lewis Jacobs/AMC)One of the recurring themes throughout 2018 has been about Emmy-winning TV dramas getting their own movies. The Downton Abbey movie is currently filming, and this week production began on the Deadwood movie, with pretty much the entire cast returning. (Farther down the road is The Many Saints of Newark, the prequel to HBO s The Sopranos, which was announced in March.)  The Sopranos won an Emmy for Outstanding Drama Series, and Deadwood and Downton Abbey were both nominated in that category (and won in others). Breaking Bad also won in that category twice, and this week we learned that filming is about to begin on a movie that will be a direct sequel to the events of the series finale episode. Breaking Bad executive producer Vince Gilligan wrote the movie, which is listed as starting production in New Mexico in mid-November under the working title Greenbriar. Aaron Paul will be returning as Jesse Pinkman in the film, described as the escape of a kidnapped man and his quest for freedom. When we last saw Jesse Pinkman in Breaking Bad, he had been kidnapped by a Neo-Nazi gang and had just begun his escape from them. It s not yet known if the Breaking Bad movie is being made to air on AMC, or if it will receive a theatrical release. It s also not known which other Breaking Bad cast members might return.Fresh Developments1. PADDINGTON 3 IN DEVELOPMENT Ryan FujitaniThe British family film sequel Paddington 2 has now been on video around the world since April, and it still maintains its Certified Fresh 100% Tomatometer score. (Paddington 2 was also a global box office phenomenon, earning 6 million from a budget of just million.) The next step in the Paddington franchise is therefore perhaps not surprising, but yes, Paddington 3 is now in early development. The director of the first two films, Paul King, is now attached to both a live-action Pinocchio movie for Disney and a Willy Wonka prequel for Warner Bros., both of which came to his door following his work on Paddington and Paddington 2. So it s looking like King will not return for Paddington 3, according to the franchise s producer David Heyman. Of course, plenty could still change, as Paddington 3 also doesn t have a screenplay yet. Ben Whishaw, the voice of Paddington, will next co-star as the adult Michael Banks in next month s Mary Poppins Returns (12/19/18).2. STEVEN SPIELBERG AND OPRAH WINFREY REMAKING THE COLOR PURPLE AS A MOVIE MUSICAL (Photo by Warner Bros. courtesy Everett Collection)Steven Spielberg is currently preparing his next film as director, which will be a remake of the 1961 movie musical classic West Side Story. As it turns out, however, West Side Story won t be the only musical remake on his agenda, as he and Oprah Winfrey are reuniting on another. In 1985, Whoopi Goldberg, Danny Glover, and Oprah Winfrey co-starred in The Color Purple (Fresh at 85%), based on the novel by Alice Walker, and it was nominated for 11 Academy Awards. Spielberg, Winfrey, and Quincy Jones are collaborating on a musical remake of The Color Purple at Warner Bros., the studio behind another recent musical remake, A Star is Born. A musical adaptation of The Color Purple opened on Broadway in 2005 and earned 11 Tony nominations, and this movie will likely be a fairly direct adaptation of that musical.3. DESPICABLE ME CREATORS NOW REBOOTING SHREK (AND PUSS IN BOOTS) (Photo by Paramount Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)When Universal Pictures acquired DreamWorks Animation in 2016, there was talk about the impact it would have on the Shrek franchise, but it wasn t until this week that we first heard post-merger what exactly would happen. Both Shrek and its spinoff Puss in Boots are now being rebooted by Chris Meledandri, the producer behind such Illumination Entertainment films as Despicable Me, Sing, and The Secret Life of Pets. Although it s being called a Shrek reboot, Melelandri reportedly wants to keep the franchise s voice cast in place, including Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, and Antonio Banderas (though Cameron Diaz and John Lithgow weren t mentioned). Meledandri s next animated films will all be sequels: The Secret Life of Pets 2 (6/7/2019), Minions 2 (7/3/2020), and Sing 2 (12/25/2020), so the earliest we can probably expect the next Shrek movie would be sometime in 2021.4. ORIGINAL SUPER MARIO BROS CREATOR TO GUIDE THE 2022 ANIMATED MOVIE(Photo by Buena Vista Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)In addition to their aforementioned plans for rebooting Shrek, Universal Pictures also has high hopes for Super Mario Bros, an animated adaptation of the popular Nintendo game franchise. Video game adaptations are one of the areas where movies are most consistently Rotten Ideas, but every once in a while, we see a project that has enough promise to finally turn the Rotten trend around. Talking to Variety this week, Illumination s Chris Meledandri revealed that he is working closely with Super Mario Bros producer Shigeru Miyamoto on the Super Mario Bros movie planned for release in 2022. Although many video game adaptations obviously are produced in tandem with the the video game companies themselves, Miyamoto s connection with Super Mario Bros runs all the way back, and suggests a promise of a more faithful adaptation than the live-action 1993 movie starring Bob Hoskins and John Leguizamo.5. 1960s ANIMATED ADVENTURE JONNY QUEST GETTING LIVE ACTION REBOOT (Photo by Hanna-Barbera courtesy Everett Collection)In the last few years, we ve seen repeated instances of directors of popular animated movies inheriting ambitious live-action films. For example, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs Phil Lord and Chris Miller were given the reins to the 21 Jump Street franchise, and The Incredibles Brad Bird tackled Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol. Warner Bros. is keeping one of their animated hits more in house this week with the news that they have recruited director Chris McKay (The LEGO Batman Movie) to work on their long-in-development adaptation of Jonny Quest. To give you an idea of exactly how long Jonny Quest has been in development, consider that there was a point where the star of Jonny Quest at one point was nearly Zac Efron (who is now 31 years old). Like many other long-in-development projects, the roots of Jonny Quest are very, very old, as the original animated TV series ran from 1964 to 1974. The show is so old, in fact, that viewers of a certain age might be more familiar with Venture Bros, the animated show that spoofed Jonny Quest, than they are with the original show itself. Warner Bros. reportedly is now looking for a major action movie star (someone like Vin Diesel or Dwayne Johnson) to play Race Bannon, Jonny s secret-agent-turned-bodyguard.6. FINN AND SHURI TO STAR IN SCI-FI LOVE STORY HOLD BACK THE STARS(Photo by Priscilla Grant, Elizabeth Goodenough/Everett Collection)If we spin back the clock about a year, few people outside of Marvel fans awaiting Black Panther were familiar with Letitia Wright. That, however, was before her role as T Challa s sister Shuri first in Black Panther and then Avengers: Infinity War established her as one of the year s brightest breakout stars. The Guyanese-born British actress is now preparing to make a transition beyond Marvel with news this week of two promising projects. The first film we heard about is a remake of the 2017 French dramedy Le Brio, in which Wright will be joined by singer-turned-actor John Legend. Wright will play an immigrant woman from an underprivileged neighborhood , and Legend will play a brilliant but prejudiced professor who is forced to coach her for an annual speech contest. Letitia Wright will also team up with Star Wars: The Last Jedi star John Boyega in a sci-fi love story called Hold Back the Stars. Their characters will revisit memories of their love affair on a utopian Earth while they are trapped in the vast void of space with only 90 minutes of oxygen. 7. SPIKE LEE ADAPTING ONE-MAN-STAGE SHOW FREDERICK DOUGLASS NOW (Photo by Kristin Callahan/Everett Collection)There s no shortage of historically significant figures who either have never had a movie made about them or could use a fresh update. Underground Railroad leader Harriet Tubman was one example, but she s getting her own movie starring Tony winner Cynthia Erivo. Another African American leader who we don t know from the movies is Frederick Douglass. Following the success this summer of his BlackKklansman, director Spike Lee is now preparing to adapt the one-man stage show Frederick Douglass Now, which will mark his third adaptation of a stage show by his Do the Right Thing star Roger Guenveur Smith. Netflix picked up Lee s Rodney King, adapted from Guenveur Smith s show, but it s unclear where Frederick Douglass Now might end up, as Douglass himself obviously has a potentially wider appeal as a historical figure deserving of a major motion picture.8. ROCK HUDSON BIOPIC IN THE WORKS AT UNIVERSAL The Queen rock biopic Bohemian Rhapsody just opened last week, and although we can argue about how the film addressed Freddie Mercury s death, the AIDS epidemic does loom large over Mercury s death and legacy. Another entertainment icon who struggled with AIDS in the 1980s was movie star Rock Hudson, who for much of his career was much more closeted than Mercury. Universal Pictures is now preparing to adapt Hudson s life story as a major motion picture with the news this week that the studio has optioned the book All That Heaven Allows: A Biography of Rock Hudson by Mark Griffin. The plan at Universal is for the untitled Rock Hudson biopic to be directed by Greg Berlanti, who this year is coming off the gay coming-of-age drama Love Simon. Berlanti has also worked extensively on DC Comics TV shows like Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, and Titans.9. WILL FERRELL, PRINCE OF FASHION, AND FORCE MAJEURE (Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)Will Ferrell is preparing for the release of his latest comedy with John C. Reilly, which is their take on Sherlock Holmes called Holmes Watson. As sometimes happens, Ferrell was featured in not one news story, but two separate projects. The first one we heard about is Downhill, which will be a remake of the Swedish film Force Majeure. Will Ferrell s co-star will be Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and their directors will be Nat Faxon and Jim Rash (cowriters of The Descendants, and you may also know Rash as Dean Pelton from Community). Ferrell and Louis-Dreyfuss will play a married couple whose narrow survival of an avalanche forces them to re-evaluate their relationship. Will Ferrell will also team up with director Gus Van Sant (Good Will Hunting, My Own Private Idaho) for an adaptation of a GQ article called My Son, The Prince of Fashion, in which he will play a reporter who travels to Paris and discovers just how much his 13-year-old son loves the world of fashion.
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更别说在大象踱步声里长大的这一代了。又要提到《明日方舟》和《原神》的玩家,他们对于相互游戏的攻击,也到了一种可笑到让人毛骨悚然的程度。两个游戏涉及到“中国风”背景的地方,都成了对面玩家攻击的对象。一个说你们中国风的角色做的太弱了,是不是看不起中国?一个说,你们说中文的城市是自治的,是不是要搞分裂?我又想起其他手游,只要涉及到和中国有关的,总能被“历史虚无主义”之类的帽子扣上,甚至还能写成微博大字报用来抽奖。就这个环境,大家可不就赶紧做欧洲中世纪或者废土么。

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The Montagues and Capulets. The Hatfields and McCoys. Bette and Joan. Tay Tay and Kanye. The world has given us some epic feuds over the centuries, but do any even come close in scale to wise-cracking, abs-heavy, claws-vs.-katanas feud that has raged between X-Men Universe members Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman since the late 2000s? (Probably, definitely – but just go with us here.) In our latest episode of Vs., we’re getting into the beefcake battle that has dominated social media for over a decade: Funnyman Reynolds vs. showman Jackman, the Green Lantern vs. the Paperback Hero (Google it). To fairly adjudicate the long-running quarrel, our host Mark Ellis will compare the two well-rounded thesps on a number of criteria: Box office performance; Tomatometer and Audience Scores; iconic characters they’ve played; and their feuding abilities. Who will win ultimate bragging rights? And will this be the FINAL word in this actorly contest of brawn and barbs? Tune in to find out.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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1.12.3 9月喜迎(Photo by Touchstone/courtesy Everett Collection)All Conjuring Universe Movies RankedThe first Conjuring movie descended with one of the great marketing hooks: That the MPAA had slapped it was an R rating for simply being too scary. And, for once, the movie itself lived up to the marketing hype: With nary any blood or boobs, The Conjuring jammed audiences into a non-stop claustrophobic horror thrill ride, as Ed and Lorraine Warren investigated paranormal activity in the 70s. A Certified Fresh rating (a first for director James Wan) helps in securing a sequel, a 0 million worldwide box office haul all but guarantees it – and the Conjuring 2 was almost as scary as the original.Years later, the Conjuring Universe is in full-swing, having now expanded into one direct sequel and many spinoffs that have whisked audiences to locales like London, Rome, and Mexico. A second direct sequel is currently filming, more from The Nun is in the works, and this Friday, the franchise s central creepy doll, Annabelle, Comes Home. This all prompts a play date with the Conjuring Universe movies, all ranked by Tomatometer below!
In 1925, a group of tenacious young women set off a pro-labor lawsuit that had national implications, and Radium Girls gives that story the big-screen treatment. The American Radium Factory employed a group of young women to paint the dials of watches with glow-in-the-dark paint that contained radium, unaware of the dangers of working so directly with the element. Before the side-effects were known to the public, the girls would dip and lick brushes containing the toxic substance, causing catastrophic physical effects and eventual death. The Radium Girls,  as they were dubbed, did fight back, however, and sued their employer, who they suspected knew about the deadly effects long before any of them started getting sick. Joey King and Abby Quinn star as sisters in the based-on-true-events historical drama that Frank Scheck of The Hollywood Reporter says  fulfills a vital function with its dramatization of an important chapter in America s history of labor reform. Playing select theaters and on VOD October 23.
先来回答怎么样这个问题,从一个玩家的角度上来说,绝世仙王这款手游是真的,非常非常的不错,因为大家在刚刚进入游戏的时候就会看到多种炫酷潇洒的职业,有灵活多变的灵猴职业,小编自己选的就是它,也有霸气逼人的霸刀职业,还有灵活小巧的灵狐职业,更有杀人于无形之间的隐刃职业,还有优雅的剑姬职业。

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玩手游的玩家一般都比较喜欢利用碎片化时间玩游戏,这也给手游的对决时间提出了一定的要求,针对这点,官方对游戏进行了优化,将原本的兵线进行了简化,从端游的6-7个兵一波兵,改成了手游中的4个兵一波,同时降低了兵线刷新时间,增加了每个兵的补兵收益,但为了保证端游的味道,没有取消回城的设定,让游戏时间达到了一个动态的平衡。在防御塔方面,取消了门牙塔和高地防御塔后边的水晶,这样可以让游戏进入后半期之后能够快速结束游戏。
和手游发展初期时的用户不同,如今的手游用户对于游戏的玩法、体验以及画面品质等方面要求更高,尤其是对IP手游而言,玩家在挑选游戏的时候除了会理性地根据游戏本身的内容品质去评判外,还会考虑整个游戏的世界观、核心内容是否足够还原IP原作。这就要求主机、单机游戏厂商在进行IP手游开发的时候,不但要考虑移动游戏用户的体验,也要保证原作的核心魅力能够最大化得到还原。
(Photo by © Focus Features)At this year s Sundance Film Festival, few titles got Park City buzzing quite so much as Killing Eve season 2 showrunner Emerald Fennell s debut feature, Promising Young Woman. As one of its stars, Bo Burnham, told Rotten Tomatoes, it s like a stick of dynamite thrown into the conversation around consent and rape culture – and one that critics say is fiendishly and shockingly entertaining as it blows everything up.You might already know of the movie, due out in theaters in April, from the zeitgeist-capturing trailer – a fierce Carey Mulligan wreaks vengeance on a cavalcade of not-so-nice guys, hopping bars as a #MeToo vigilante egged on by a thrilling, strings-heavy rendition of Britney Spears Toxic. The basics are there in that trailer: Mulligan plays Cassie, who is indeed out to teach certain guys a lesson by playing blackout at the bar before pouncing into sobriety to teach them a lesson at home; Bo Burnham enters the picture as Ryan, the doctor so nice he might derail her from her mission. And the film does pay homage to Britney Spears, and Paris Hilton, with a soundtrack of 2000s pop bangers and a style that feels part music video, part The Simple Life. But the film takes wild story turns and tonal shifts that the marketing only cautiously hints at. We won t say much beyond that, as it s the surprises, and the way the film subverts expectations at every candy-colored turn, that make it such a compelling watch.The opening-night audience was rapt, thunderously applauding Mulligan s performance and Fennell s bold vision, and the movie is currently sitting at 100% on the Tomatometer. Its sexual politics, blistering attack on misogyny, and refusal to offer a black-and-white view of the culture it pervades have fueled hours of post-screening conversation and given critics a ton to chew over. The day after the movie s premiere, we met with Mulligan and Burnham to talk about the film s impact, good guys and bad guys, Britney and Paris, and how they think this movie is going to go down with audiences.The following interview was edited for length and clarity. Joel Meares for Rotten Tomatoes: Congrats on the film – people are talking. Carey, I was reading that you said you were a little bit nervous the first time you read the script. Did you have those same feelings watching it on the big screen last night?Carey Mulligan: Yeah. I m terrified, yeah.Rotten Tomatoes: What was that nervousness about?Mulligan: Oh, a million things. I mean, the nervousness reading the script wasn t It was just the good nerves. It s the nerves that I got when I read Wildlife. It s the nerves that make me want to do a job, where I go, like, I have no idea how I d do this. Probably I should do it. And that s what I had with this. I thought, like, What is Cassie? How the hell do I do that? And then I met Emerald, and five minutes later, committed to doing the job. So it s the good nerves, and then last night s nerves was 500 people watching my face. Look at my forehead. What s going on there? Why am I so flushed? And Bo Burnham twisting himself into a pretzel behind me was hard to deal with.(Photo by © Focus Features)Rotten Tomatoes: So you were nervous in a way too, Bo? Tell us about this pretzeling. Bo Burnham: It was like expressive performance dance. I wasn t going to sit through [the film at the premiere] and then Carey made me. She guilted me into it by being like, “This is a team experience.”Mulligan: I was a head of drama school, you know?Burnham: This really was a movie where just women told me what to do, which is truly very cool. And so I knew that whatever they told me to do, I d do. But yet it s horrifying. I mean, for me it s so horrifying, because it s like, I have to be appealing? Because personally I watch the movie and I go, like, And then this butthead shows up? Who gives a f k? And we re supposed to care? I didn t realize, I guess, how scary being a [romantic lead is]. I d be much more comfortable playing a hate-able character on the screen, because then people have to hate you. The idea that people have to like you is tough.Mulligan: Yeah, it s similar… I very rarely in my career have ever played the pretty girl, or whatever, and then when I did The Great Gatsby – he writes like she s the king s daughter. It paralyzed me, having to think externally, or think about yourself as being [appealing].Burnham: Yeah, that’s crazy, that’s like the Helen of Troy of America.(Photo by © Focus Features)Rotten Tomatoes: You mentioned the idea of hate-able characters, and the thing about Ryan is that he’s complex, as most of the men in the movie are, and there’s this question of what is a “bad guy” and what is a “good guy.” Last night at the Q A you spoke about how misogynist culture is not just about guys like Weinstein and Cosby, it’s more insidious. Do Ryan and other “nice guys” in the movie speak to that?Burnham: I don t know. I mean, truly, if I was a real actor or something, I d be like, I can t even step away from him enough to even see him as another person, and talk about him like that. But really, I mean, it s all up to Emerald, you know what I mean? I wasn t playing him as a metaphor, because that s just certainly not my job. My job is just be honest, and the meaning of that and what he represents, that s all in Emerald s hands. And I trusted her completely with that.If I can sit as an audience member and try to be objective, the movie just does a very beautiful job, I think, of showcasing the full gradient spectrum, from super black-and-white clear to: What exactly is this? Oh, you were 18? Do you even remember it? That s what I feel like we as men definitely need to contend with. But the misogyny, this subordination of women, is not like tumors on the male body. It s a virus, it runs through the entire culture of male behavior. It s super deep. It s not like, Oh, and then there s some crazy asshole to take it way too far. Even if you think about the geography of a bar, the lighting of a bar: Why is it dark? Why is there music playing? Would this be happening if the lights were on, and there was no music playing, and it was noon? I don t know. You know what I mean? The movie really casts such a wide net and interrogates so much so thoroughly. Emerald has thrown a pretty compelling stick of dynamite into this conversation, and I just would like to be a part of her crew in doing that.Rotten Tomatoes: It’s interesting you talk about the grey areas of this conversation, because I think a lot of people are going to look at the poster and trailer and expect something a little more black-and-white, that Cassie is going to be badass, beating people up and getting revenge like this avenging angel.Mulligan: That’s my next one.Burnham: Yeah! Alita 2.Rotten Tomatoes: Looking forward to it. But the film really isn’t that. There’s not a lot of easy satisfaction. Did that appeal to you about the project? Mulligan: Yeah, it s just, there s no easy answers, are there? It s not as easy as going like, You re bad. Now you re dead. It s not about just complete, total condemnation. I think so many of these films have just been so straightforward and they’ve tied everything up in a bow. My favorite films are films where nothing s sort of finished. I hate that sort of wedding-in-the-end film. Just don t have a wedding, just don’t have them, do you know what I mean? I want to walk away and wonder, Ooh, what s going to happen to them? I wonder what they ll decide? Burnham:  I wonder if they’ll get married… Mulligan: Yeah.(Photo by Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images)Rotten Tomatoes: Let’s talk about Britney Spears and Paris Hilton. The movie has a fantastic instrumental version of “Toxic” and a key scene that features Hilton’s “Stars Are Blind.” And there is so much pastel and pink. Watching, it was interesting to see this girly-ness and these come-on songs and I kinda felt that while that was so much visual and musical fun, it could also be the flipside of some of the darker themes the movie explores. At least, it got me thinking about the connection.  Mulligan: I don t know. I feel like [the songs are] being celebrated. I think it s a complete celebration of those things. It s a celebration of things that we so easily dismiss. I mean, like Emerald says, “Toxic” is one of the greatest songs ever written.Burnham: Incredible. [And] if you read the lyric, Even though the stars are blind, in T.S. Eliot, you d be like, Holy f k. Yeah, but no, it s true. It really is, in general, totally misogynist, the dismissal of pop music. If you listen to Robyn, or, I mean, anyone, these are powerful [songs]. But it isn t a guy on a guitar going, like, And I ve fallen down the railroad . But there s incredible depth and pain to that pop music, and I think the film is a pop song in a way. This flashy, sing-able, danceable thing, that when you actually listen to the lyrics Mulligan: That s like what you said when we were at the Indie Spirit Awards, and you got that award, and you said, like, “Some people say I m a comedian for teenage girls, and I say, ‘F—k yeah!’” We should celebrate teenage girls. They re extraordinary. Like I loved – I love – Britney, and I grew up [with her]. All of that kind of stuff is a part of our childhood, our teenage years, our womanhood, and it s just thrown out as being empty. And actually, people connect to it and feel empowered by it, and culture has decided to cast it aside as not being of enough value. So it s inherently dismissive of a lot of things that matter to women.(Photo by © Focus Features)Rotten Tomatoes: Do you have a favorite Britney song?Mulligan: I mean, “Toxic” has to be up there. I’m going to check… [walks over to grab her phone].Burnham: “ Baby One More Time” f ked me up, you know what I mean? I was nine. She was like 16, which is its own problem, whatever. Britney was like 16. I mean, but “Hit Me” was It s very loaded, but, Britney is incredible. She f king shaved her head and it was just like, My God, you know what I mean? She s f king been through [so much] Those are our stories.Mulligan: “Oops! I Did It Again” just was like Burnham: That f king video was incredible. The red.Mulligan: Oh, my gosh.Burnham: Yeah, I mean, Britney has had as deep a life experience as anyone on Planet Earth and it makes her music.Rotten Tomatoes: One of the things we think about at Rotten Tomatoes is criticism and who s actually doing the reviewing. I was watching this film – and I say this as the guy who came in to do the interview – and I was wondering if you think this is a film that female critics should primarily be assigned to review? Do you think a particular world experience is helpful in grappling with it? It’s a conversation I can see coming up, especially for a film that’s taking on misogyny in this way. Mulligan: I don t think it matters if it s a man or a woman, as long as I think it s I don t know. It s so tricky, isn t it?Burnham: I don t want to pass up the opportunity to pick our own critics. [Laughs.] Well, OK, so your critics are, in theory, a stand-in for the public, which they should be, and which they aren t right now, and that s what diversifying the whole critical community is about, right? They would reflect more of the audience. If critics are a stand-in for the audience, I think, and Emerald would say this, we want this film to be contended with and digested by men and women, and those who don t identify as either. The question comes, though, with the given that the critical body, as it stands right now, unfairly skews towards men. But I think the real beauty of the film, just speaking as a guy, is that it allows men in, because that s the only way that change is really going to happen, is if men actually stop stiff-arming the conversation away from them and actually can engage with it. I think Emerald is much more interested in the male public engaging with it than the male critics, but if male critics lead to that, great.Promising Young Woman is in theaters April 17, 2020.
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We ve made it to the last month of 2019, and as such, the theatrical calendar is filled with titles hoping to earn big stacks of holiday cash or contend for end-of-year awards, or both. With that in mind, it shouldn t surprise anyone that the most anticipated release of December is set a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, or that the sequel to a wildly popular fantasy adventure also made the cut. What might surprise a few folks is that the list is also populated by a war epic, a based-on-current-events drama, and perhaps most unexpectedly, a thriller starring none other than Adam Sandler. Read on to see what movies RT site users and our fans across social media are looking forward to the most in December.1. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (2019) 52%10,236 Want-to-See Votes#1 pick by our Instagram and Twitter fans, #2 pick by our Facebook fansOpens December 20After Rian Johnson impressed the critics and divided the fans with his penultimate installment of the Skywalker Saga, J.J. Abrams settles back into the director s chair for the final chapter, cryptically subtitled The Rise of Skywalker. Set just one year after the events of The Last Jedi, the story follows up with Rey and Kylo Ren as they struggle to understand the dual nature of the Force, while the remnants of the Resistance contend with the First Order in hopes of establishing galactic peace. The core cast is joined by newcomers played by Keri Russell, Richard E. Grant, and Naomi Ackie, while Billy Dee Williams and Ian McDiarmid return to reprise their iconic characters Lando Calrissian and Emperor Palpatine. This film netted the most Want-to-See votes by a wide margin and topped both our Instagram and Twitter polls.2. 1917 (2019) 89%#1 pick by our Facebook fans, #2 pick by our Instagram fans, #3 pick by our Twitter fansOpens December 25Ever since we got our first look at Sam Mendes war epic 1917 a few months ago, the film has quickly and quietly gathered steam to become one of the most anticipated awards season contenders. Reportedly based on a real life account relayed to Mendes by his grandfather, the story follows two British soldiers on the front lines of World War I tasked with delivering a message across enemy territory to warn another battalion of an impending ambush. Its grandiose scale and technical flourishes have already earned the praise of most critics, and it ranked high in all of our social polls for the month.3. Uncut Gems (2019) 91%1,096 Want-t0-See Votes#2 pick by our Twitter fans, #3 pick by our Facebook fans, #4 pick by our Instagram fansOpens December 13It s 2019, and the man who once starred in movies like Little Nicky, Grown Ups, and The Ridiculous 6 is looking at a potential Best Actor Oscar nomination. In movies like P.T. Anderson s Punch-Drunk Love and Noah Baumbach s The Meyerowitz Stories, Adam Sandler has proven he can carry meatier roles if he s paired with directors who are looking to deliver more than fart jokes. The same appears to be true of his latest project, which sees him doing arguably his best work ever under the guidance of the Safdie brothers, who pulled a similarly impressive performance from Robert Pattinson in last year s Good Time. Here, Sandler plays a jeweler with a bad gambling habit who finds himself in deep with the wrong people and must figure out a way to pay off his debts quickly. Uncut Gems has already earned rave reviews from critics, and our social fans responded by voting it into the third spot this month.4. Jumanji: The Next Level (2019) 71%2,965 Want-to-See Votes#3 pick by our Instagram fans, #4 pick by our Facebook fans, #5 pick by our Twitter fansOpens December 13Back in 2017, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle surprised everyone by being more than just halfway decent far more, in fact, as it earned a Certified Fresh 76% on the Tomatometer and made close to billion at the global box office. Director Jake Kasdan managed to turn what could have been a mere nostalgia cash-grab into a legitimately entertaining adventure, helped by a game cast who were all clearly having fun in their roles. Jumanji: The Next Level may not end up feeling quite as fresh, but audiences are clearly on board for another ride, this time with new additions Dannys Glover and DeVito and Awkafina along for the journey. It racked up the second most Want-to-See votes on RT and ranked in the top five across all of our social platforms.5. Bombshell (2019) 68%1,003 Want-to-See Votes#4 pick by our Twitter fansOpens on December 13Lastly, we have a based-on-true-events drama centered on the scandal that brought down Fox News chief Roger Ailes. Director Jay Roach has taken on timely material before in films like Recount and Game Change with pretty consistent results, and he s aided in Bombshell by a trio of powerhouse actors, namely Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman, and Margot Robbie. The film charts the sexual misconduct allegations leveled at Ailes (played by John Lithgow) by Gretchen Carlson (Kidman), Megyn Kelly (Theron), and several other women whose experiences were rolled into Robbie s fictional character Kayla Pospisil. It came in at #4 in our Twitter poll and garnered the fourth most Want-to-See votes on RT.Are you as obsessed with awards as we are? Check out our Awards Leaderboard for 2019/2020.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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万博体育真人 12 Years A Slave, Shame, and Widows director Steve McQueen has delivered what many consider his most ambitious work yet in the five-part anthology series Small Axe. The project, which airs on BBC One in the U.K. and is released one episode per week on Amazon Prime Video in the U.S. from November 20, tells five different stories set in London’s West Indian community from the 1960s to the 1980s.There’s “Red, White and Blue,” with John Boyega as Leroy Logan, a former scientist turned cop who must deal with extreme racism when he joins the Metropolitan Police Force; “Lovers Rock,” an ode to raucous London house parties of the ’80s for those not welcome at white nightclubs; “Mangrove,” the true story of how police raids on a Caribbean restaurant led to peaceful protests, a set of wrongful arrests, and ultimately a major win against discrimination; and more.Ahead of the series’ release – and, really, this is less a TV series than five thematically linked feature films – Rotten Tomatoes editor Jacqueline Coley spoke to stars Letitia Wright (“Mangrove”), Amarah-Jae St. Aubyn (“Lovers Rock”), Shaun Parkes (“Mangrove”), and Malachi Kirby (“Mangrove”) about working with the Oscar-nominated director, the responsibility of playing game-changing historical figures, and the opportunity to tell stories about this community on a scale rarely seen.Small Axe is available weekly on Amazon Prime Video. On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.Thumbnail image: Des Willie, Amazon Studios

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