亚博体彩买球靠谱采用百度引擎5（Baidu 2）The Marvel Cinematic Universe’s fourth phase is an eclectic mix of supporting characters leading their own television shows and some genuinely unexpected characters debuting in their own films. And even though Guardians of the Galaxy should prove the studio can make stars out of any obscure Marvel hero, some may still be scratching their heads about September’s Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.With a teaser trailer finally out, some may understand why Marvel fans are excited. But if you need further clarification, let’s take a look at everything we know about the film to suss out why Shang-Chi’s introduction to the MCU is highly anticipated.Master Of Kung Fu(Photo by Jim Cheung/Marvel Comics)Created by writer Steve Englehart and artist Jim Starlin in 1972, the character was part of wave of martial arts heroes both of the Big Two comic book publishers introduced as they themselves became aware of the martial arts films playing in New York theaters at the time. But in Shang-Chi’s case, the story is more involved, as Marvel was looking to publish a series based on the popular Kung Fu series. That program, owned by what was then called Warner Communications, was itself allegedly based on a concept from legendary martial arts film star Bruce Lee – although the origin of Kung Fu, which starred David Carradine as a half-Chinese monk roaming the Old West, is a subject of much debate. One thing seems clear, though: Lee was considered for the lead role but rejected because the television networks believed viewers would never watch a Chinese actor as the star.Unable to secure the deal, Marvel turned around and acquired the rights to author Sax Rohmer’s pulp novel villain Fu Manchu and tasked Englehart and Starlin with creating a new main character, Shang-Chi, to play the protagonist in the struggle with the villain. As it happens, the two would also turn out to be father and son.Debuting in 1973’s Special Marvel Edition #15, he would take over the title completely when it was renamed The Hands of Shang-Chi: Master of Kung Fu two issues later. Other than Shang-Chi, much of the book’s cast was comprised of established characters from Rohmer’s novels. The series ran until issue #125 in 1983. He would continue to appear in crossovers, one-shots, team-up books like Agents of Atlas, and miniseries across the years. A special “Issue #126” of the original series was released in 2017.Sometime after 1983, though, Marvel’s deal to use Fu Manchu expired. As a character wholly owned by Marvel, Shang-Chi’s origins began to morph. Members of his family were renamed and re-imagined while other Rohmer characters simply disappeared from the Marvel Universe.Nevertheless, there are two important takeaways from Shang-Chi’s comic book history: he is a proven success, and his origins were always ripe for a feature film. He is born of the martial arts film tradition, after all.Also, keep his father in mind. That’s going to matter later.The Winding Road To A Feature(Photo by ©Warner Bros. courtesy Everett Collection)Shang-Chi’s prospects in film reach back as far as the 1980s, when Stan Lee reached out to Bruce Lee’s widow, Linda Lee Cadwell, and son, Brandon Lee, about the latter potentially starring in a Shang-Chi film or TV series. Sadly, the younger Lee’s life was cut short on the set of The Crow in 1993. In 2001, Blade director Steven Norrington was signed to direct The Hands of Shang-Chi, but was replaced by martial legends Yuen Woo-ping when the project moved to Dreamworks in 2003. A year later, the rights reverted to Marvel Entertainment and held in reserve for the newly formed Marvel Studios. In 2005, it was listed among 10 potential films the studio would produce for Paramount.Then the Infinity Saga happened, delaying films like Shang-Chi and Ant-Man far beyond the initial slate.In 2018, Marvel Studios fast-tracked the project because it wanted to feature an Asian lead after the success of both Black Panther and Crazy Rich Asians. David Callaham (The Expendables, Wonder Woman 1984) quickly signed on to write the feature and Destin Daniel Cretton (Short Term 12, Just Mercy) emerged as director in March of 2019. Throughout this phase of development, Marvel kept seeding the message that it wanted Shang-Chi to play in a similar fashion to Black Panther: an Asian (or Asian-American) viewpoint on the Marvel superhero modernizing some of the more dated or stereotypical elements of the character s 1970s run. Other key crew behind the camera include director of photography Bill Pope (The Matrix, Spider-Man 2), production designer Sue Chan (Colossal), and editor Harry Yoon (Minari).Production was slated to begin in February of 2020, and though the COVID-19 pandemic delayed things slightly, shooting was completed on October 24th of that year.The Cast And Story Of Shang-ChiRyan FujitaniSimu Liu (Kim s Convenience) will make his Marvel debut as Shang-Chi, and from the teaser, we discover he is the son of Wenwu (Tony Leung), a man who has given his child 10 years to “live his life” in San Francisco. Among his friends are Katy (Awkwafina), a hotel porter unaware of his training or life with Wenwu, and Jon Jon (Ronny Chieng). Of course, from the bus attack glimpsed in the preview, they are about to learn that Shang-Chi is a very skilled martial artist and scion of the Ten Rings organization.The group will go on a journey as Wenwu’s attempts to bring his son back into the fold intensify. Also, according to some rumors, the “Ten Rings” of the title may be alien artifacts Wenwu uses to maintain control of the Ten Rings group known to people like Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson).Other cast members include Michelle Yeoh as Jiang Nan – her second MCU character after Aleta Ogord in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Fala Chen as Jiang Li, and Meng er Zhang as Shang-Chi s sister Xialing. Dallas Liu will also appear in an undisclosed role.The MCU Connections(Photo by Zade Rosenthal/©Walt Disney Pictures)Of course, one of the most intriguing elements of Shang-Chi is the update to his famous parentage. Instead of Fu Manchu, a character steeped in “yellow peril” stereotypes, Wenwu takes his cues from Marvel Comics villain the Mandarin – a character long-teased in the Iron Man film series.While such a revelation would normally be a spoiler, Marvel was surprisingly open about Leung playing The Mandarin when he was first announced for the film in 2019. Our guess here, supported by the teaser: the film is less about Shang-Chi discovering the truth about his father than it is him coming to grips with what the Mandarin and the Ten Rings really mean for him and the world at large.If you’ll recall, the Ten Rings were introduced in the first Iron Man they were the group responsible for Tony Stark’s capture in the desert. He eventually made the Mark I Iron Man suit and escaped. Much of the subsequent film saw Tony dismantling their operations in the Middle East. They would also aid Ivan Vanko (Mickey Rourke) in Iron Man 2.The Mandarin himself seemingly surfaced in Iron Man 3 as part of new terror campaign. It eventually turned out that “The Mandarin” was a struggling British actor named Trevor Slattery (Ben Kingsley) and that the plot was orchestrated by Killian Aldrich (Guy Pearce) to cover up his own failed experiments. Subsequently, Slattery was abducted from his prison block by real Ten Rings agents, as seen in the Marvel One-Shot short “All Hail the King” on the Thor: The Dark World Blu-ray release.Ryan FujitaniAnd for many, finally seeing the Mandarin and the Ten Rings in full form is worth the price of admission alone. But tying Shang-Chi to the character also opens up a lot of new avenues for conflict and pathos. According to Cretton, the dangling element of Shang-Chi’s father – in the comics, an immortal villain called Zheng Zu replaced Fu Manchu allowed him to reimagine the Mandarin as a much more complex and layered character than typically seen during his heyday in the pages of Iron Man.In fact, we’ll go out on a limb and suggest it took all this time to get the Mandarin on screen because he can easily become a stereotype himself.But he’s not the only Marvel character debuting in the film. As seen in the teaser, Shang-Chi will face Razor Fist (Florian Munteanu) during that bus attack. The character is something of a Marvel martial arts mainstay, first appearing in a 1975 issue of the Shang-Chi comic, then called Master of Kung Fu, as an assassin with blades for hands. A subsequent set of characters – twins who both lost a hand in a car accident and replaced them with blades – adopted the name. No matter who currently holds the Razor Fist title, it is their destiny to fight with Shang-Chi, although it usually happens because someone pays them to do so. It is unclear if this is the case with the movie’s Razor Fist, though. He may merely be a test of Shang-Chi’s skills as Wenwu prepares to call him home.(Photo by Marvel Studios)Additionally, the teaser features a very brief glimpse of Death Dealer. The character, a later addition to Shang-Chi in 1982, was an agent of Fu Manchu embedded within MI:6. When his true loyalty came to light, the supervillain anointed him with a new costume. Like Razor Fist, he may just be another one of the bold opponents Shang-Chi will face as his journey takes him from San Francisco to other spots on the globe. But considering Death Dealer’s distinctive mask, it’s hard not to imagine he will become the key antagonist as Shang-Chi and Wenwu’s relationship changes.The Shifting Release DateOriginally set to debut on February 12, 2021, Disney first moved it to May 7 as the pandemic began a cascade effect of delays. It then moved again to July 9 as part of a further shift of release dates, and just when things seemed to settle, Black Widow took the July 9 date. As of now, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is set for release on September 3, 2021.Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings opens on September 3, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
Rotten Tomatoes recently held its first Rotten Tomatoes Critics Workshop, designed to help freelance critics and journalists navigate festivals, develop industry contacts, and get their stories placed. We asked the industry professionals who spoke at our workshops to provide their top tips for freelancers; the below come from Warner Bros. Pictures Senior Vice President of Multicultural Marketing, Terra Potts.1. Show up and on time. Whatever the event — press screening, red carpet, press conference — and by “on time” I mean at least 15 min early.2. Post your stories in a timely manner.Example: If you attend a junket, posting after the film releases is too late.3. Share your stories!Whether it’s for my film or something else you wrote that you are proud of please share. Good for us to stay on top of what you are covering, your interest and competitors you are working with. It helps us to know what you are up to and keep you in the mix on certain projects.4. Be authentic. Your readers know what you are good at and are looking to you for specific perspectives. Know your audience and only ask for assignments that are going to speak to them with authenticity.5. Relationships are a two way street.Reach out to Studio and personal publicist for coffee, lunch etc. A good relationship goes a long way.Terra Potts is the Senior Vice President of Multicultural Marketing for Warner Bros. Pictures where she leads strategy across all disciplines focused on cultural authenticity and inclusivity.亚博体彩买球靠谱3、战之海贼手游是一款由百度游戏推出的精品海战题材海贼手游。游戏中玩家们可以率领自己海贼团进行航海，打倒一路上遭遇的敌人，建造属于自己的秘密基地。当然你还可以招募各种强大的海贼为你所用，如果你有野心，甚至还可以登上海贼世界的皇者地位哦！喜欢这种卡牌手游玩法的朋友们快来下载吧
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7.65.6 5月喜迎275 Want-to-See Votes#3 pick by our Facebook fans, #4 pick by our Instagram and Twitter fansOpens May 24What if the Superman origin story were twisted into something darker and more ominous? That s essentially the log line for this supernatural horror film, which centers on an alien child who crash-lands on Earth, finds a home with two loving human parents, and eventually grows up to become an agent of terror. With Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn s name in the credits (he s one of the producers) and a unique spin on the traditional superhero tale, the movie has raised fan expectation higher than your run-of-the-mill horror flick.5a. Aladdin (2019) 57%459 Want-to-See Votes#5 pick by our Twitter fansOpens on May 24Last up, we ve got another one of those pesky ties, so we ll start with the second of Disney s three live-action reimaginings of classic animated films from their library the first was Dumbo, which opened back in March. Folks have been a little skeptical of the remake ever since Will Smith was announced in the role of Genie, mostly because the late Robin Williams work in the role is so iconic. But that backlash seems to have died down a bit, leaving fans curious and even a little cautiously optimistic. We ll just have to wait and see how it turns out.5b. Rocketman (2019) 89%288 Want-to-See Votes#5 pick by our Facebook and Instagram fansOpens on May 31Lastly, we have the Elton John biopic starring Taron Egerton as the man himself. Many are already calling the film this year s Bohemian Rhapsody, as it charts the rise of the celebrated musician from his days at the Royal Academy for Music to his fruitful partnership with songwriter Bernie Taupin. Though it s difficult to say whether or not Rocketman will experience the kind of success that Bohemian Rhapsody did, it certainly appeals to the same audience, and it makes for a nice bit of counterprogramming for Godzilla: King of the Monsters.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
(Photo by © Fox Searchlight Pictures)If you thought your office’s politics were petty, just be glad you weren’t part of the English royal court at the turn of the 17th Century. Personality struggles were a major and – in good news for filmmakers – extremely dramatic part of court intrigue, as seen in the new critically acclaimed comedy-drama, The Favourite. The film, from The Lobster’s Yorgos Lanthimos, depicts a three-way power struggle between England’s Queen Anne (Olivia Colman) and her two power-hungry frenemies, Sarah Churchill (Rachel Weisz) and Abigail Masham, nee Hill (Emma Stone). As with most things involving the British crown, the backstory behind this tale is complicated, slightly absurd, and incredibly juicy. Here are the five historical events that led up to the events of The Favourite.Queen Anne becomes an unlikely (and not especially good) queen.(Photo by © Fox Searchlight Pictures)Queen Anne, played by Colman in a turn that s already won her a Golden Globe nomination and is generating Oscar heat, began her rule in 1702 thanks to a somewhat odd line of succession. A former monarch, her uncle King Charles II, died without an heir, which meant that Anne’s father, James II, took the throne in 1685. However, he fled England during the Glorious Revolution three years later, and the crown fell to Anne’s older sister, Mary, who ruled alongside her husband William of Orange. Mary ruled until her death in 1694, and William’s reign continued until his death in 1702. After all that, it was time for Anne to take the crown.Thing is, Anne was not especially good at being a queen. Especially, and tragically, when it came to the job of providing an heir. Though she had 17 children with her husband George, only one survived past infancy, and that boy died at age 11. That meant that there was another succession headache looming, and Anne, who had a nasty case of gout throughout her rule, wasn’t especially shrewd when it came to ruling in the meantime. As control of the country began to shift away towards politics, and away from the monarchy, with the Whig and Tory parties vying for control, Anne was just kind of… there. Sarah Churchill becomes Anne’s friend, confidant, and bully.(Photo by © Fox Searchlight Pictures)In 1671, when the future Queen Anne was just six years old, she met a girl named Sarah Jennings and took a liking to her. Dynamic, confident, and older than Anne, Sarah was wise enough to know she should take advantage of this potentially beneficial friendship. Sarah, who would change her last name Churchill upon marrying John Churchill, the First Duke of Marlborough, wielded immense power in the court, as it became widely known that she was the person to approach if you wanted the Queen to do something.Though Sarah and Anne were very close (a romance between the two has never been confirmed), it wasn’t always a kind relationship. Historians recount that Sarah berated Anne, driving her to tears and bossing the monarch around on several occasions. But, as Anne’s old “friend,” official head of the private royal treasury and bookkeeping, and courtly favorite, Sarah had that kind of power. Or at least, she did.Abigail Hill joins the court and rises in the ranks.(Photo by © Fox Searchlight Pictures)The bulk of The Favourite follows the power struggle between Churchill and a new contender for the throne (or at least, the throne’s confidence). Abigail Hill, played by Stone in the film, was Sarah’s cousin, but her branch of the family had fallen on hard times. Sarah brought Abigail, who had been working as a servant, into her personal employ before getting her a gig as a lady of bedchamber for Anne, a decision Sarah would soon come to regret. Though generally thought to have not been as mercenary as Sarah, Abigail was shrewd, and when Anne started to rely on Abigail for the emotional support Sarah never really gave her, the newcomer was happy to oblige. Queen Anne knew all about Abigail’s marriage to a courtier named Samuel Masham, while Sarah was on the outs and increasingly irritated by Abigail’s rising standing within the court. We won t say who ultimately won the Queen s favor, or how – you will need to see the film for that particularly delicious chapter of the story.(Worth noting, while we’re on the subject, that there’s no concrete evidence that Anne and Sarah or Abigail were lovers in real life).The Whigs and the Tories also have a go at it.(Photo by © Fox Searchlight Pictures)The relationship between Anne, Sarah, and Abigail is the titillating part of the story, but the Queen’s rule was marked by political conflict as well (which is actually quite titillatingly laid out in the film). The Favourite plays more fast and loose with the political aspect of the story than it does with the three women’s relationships, as it would have it, but the gist is that both parties were becoming more powerful in the wake of the Glorious Revolution that overthrew Anne’s father. The queen largely identified with the Tories, since they were more royalist; Sarah, meanwhile, wanted to push Anne into supporting the Whigs, who were more capitalistic puritans. This was the period when England’s two-party system really clicked into place, and it did so as Sarah, Anne, and Abigail were subtly wrestling for influence.Winston Churchill is involved (sort of!)(Photo by © Fox Searchlight Pictures)Winston Churchill is not in The Favourite, since the World War II leader wouldn’t be born until more than a century and a half after Anne’s reign ended. However, he was a descendant of Sarah Churchill s. Sarah would die at the ripe old age of 84, outliving both the queen and her younger rival Abigail. She wrote a book, An Account of the Conduct of the Dowager Duchess of Marlborough, from her First Coming to Court to the Year 1710, that did not portray Anne in a favorable light. Her characterization of Anne as a feeble and weak leader endured, and it wasn’t until much later that historians reevaluated Anne and her reign. But, history, as the old saying goes, is written by the winners. Or at least the longest-livers. Even now, centuries later, The Favourite is still indebted to Sarah’s accounting of the events, even if the Duchess of Marlborough probably would’ve had some objection to the film’s depiction of her.The Favourite is in theaters now
(Photo by Columbia Pictures)Disney remained in full dominance at the box office this weekend, though Quentin Tarantino had the biggest opening of his career and a shot at his fourth 0 million grosser.King of the Crop(Photo by © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)No surprise that Disney’s The Lion King was able to hold on to the No. 1 slot this week. Even with a 60 percent drop, the animated film was still able to haul in million. That is the ninth-best second weekend of all time, and with 3 million in the bank it is good enough for eighth place after ten days of release. Incredibles 2 last year had 9.7 million and the live-action Beauty and the Beast was at 9 million in 2017. They now move down to ninth and tenth all-time. All signs right now suggest Jon Favreau’s redo is headed north of 0 million domestic. It is over 2 million worldwide to date and already 47th on the all-time chart.Once Upon a Time…Generally, films about Hollywood and the industry do not draw the same reactions from the public as they do from critics and people in the know. Comedies such as Tropic Thunder, Get Shorty, and Bowfinger have done well enough, but more inside baseball stuff about the business, like Ed Wood and Hail, Caesar!, have not exactly attracted major interest. But throw in two of the most recognizable names in front of the camera and a third behind it and all of a sudden you have Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, which earned the biggest opening of Quentin Tarantino’s career with .35 million. Better even than his last go-round with Brad Pitt in August 2009 when Inglourious Basterds opened to .05 million. However, it may be the other star that is the true secret sauce.Leonardo DiCaprio is as safe a bet these days in casting original projects. Directors like Martin Scorsese and Christopher Nolan help, but the Oscar winner also elevated Baz Luhrmann and Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu to the biggest successes of their careers as well. DiCaprio’s last four films (including his supporting turn in Django Unchained) have grossed 6 million or higher. Go back a full decade to 2010 and you can make the streak six out of seven (with Clint Eastwood’s J. Edgar being the sole outlier with just .3 million total). Inception (.7 million), The Great Gatsby ( million), and Shutter Island ( million) all opened higher, but that just means that Once Upon a Time is the fourth-best opener of DiCaprio’s career, just as it is Pitt’s. World War Z (.4 million), Mr. Mrs. Smith (.3 million), and Troy (.8 million) all opened higher. Pitt has had ten 0 million grossers as either a lead or co-lead. If you count Django, then DiCaprio has had ten as well. An opening like this certainly gives both actors a chance to take those numbers to 11.The Top Ten And Beyond(Photo by Sony Pictures)Spider-Man: Far From Home crossed the billion-dollar line worldwide this week; it is the first Spidey film to do so. With 4 million after 27 days, the film overall is still right in line with 0 million grosser The Hunger Games and still a bit ahead of 2002’s Spider-Man. However, its fourth weekend of .2 million is well behind the respective million and .5 million fourth weekends of those films, so it is fading a bit faster. Transformers: Dark of the Moon posted a million fourth weekend as well, and finished with 2 million. Far From Home is still about million ahead of that film’s place and is likely headed somewhere in the vicinity of Spider-Man 2’s 3 million. Worldwide it is currently the 32nd-best earner of all time and seems on track to pass Skyfall’s .108 billion and become Sony’s highest-grossing film ever.Toy Story 4 is going to cross 0 million domestic next weekend, and after 38 days is the 18th-highest grosser ever. Its .8 million sixth weekend is better than 11 of the top 20 films on that list, and looks ready to finish north of 5 million. That will help get the film over a billion as it currently stands as the 56th-highest-grossing film ever worldwide. Ahead of it at the moment, globally, is Disney’s live-action Aladdin, which, with .009 billion in the bank, is the 39th-highest-grosser ever.Finally, in limited release news, Lulu Wang’s The Farewell — still brandishing a perfect 100% on the Tomatometer — made it into the Top Ten this weekend. It is the first film not in wide release to hit the top ten since the weekend of Mar. 22-24 when No Manches Frida 2 grossed .77 million in 472 theaters. The Farewell is only in 135 theaters nationwide and grossed .55 million this weekend. How does that stack up to similar releases? That is better than A24’s Eighth Grade did last summer when it expanded to 158 theaters in weekend three and grossed .26 million. When Revolutionary Road jumped to the same number of theaters in its third weekend, it grossed .42 million that week and went on to gross .91 million total. Among a sample of some of the more successful indie releases between 125-150 theaters at this point, The Farewell is not quite up to the heights of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon or Midnight In Paris, but with .6 million after 17 days it is ahead of all the rest of them, including such notable titles as There Will Be Blood, Boogie Nights, and Thank You For Smoking. Next weekend’s nationwide expansion will paint a larger picture.This Time Last Year(Photo by © Paramount)It was Tom Cruise and Mission: Impossible – Fallout handily leading the way with a .23 million opening. That was more than the next five films in the top ten combined, including the disappointing bow for Teen Titans Go! To The Movies, which only began with .41 million. Both films were very well-liked with critics, scoring 97% and 91%, respectively. Last year’s entire Top Ten averaged 71% on the Tomatometer and the Top Ten grossed 3.33 million; just the 42nd-best among July weekends since 1990. This year’s Top Ten averaged 73.7% on the Tomatometer and grossed a total of 2.52 million, only the 34th best.On the Vine: Hobbs Shaw Hopes For Spinoff SuccessFor the third week in a row Hollywood is delivering just a single new wide release into theaters and it could be another big one. Fast Furious Presents: Hobbs Shaw hopes to explode next week after the previous three films in the franchise opened to million or higher. Will Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham’s partnership draw the loyal fanbase to similar numbers? Also next week, A24 expands Lulu Wang’s The Farewell nationwide. And look for other well-received Sundance fare in limited release, including Luce (95%) with Naomi Watts, Octavia Spencer, and Kelvin Harrison Jr., as well as Jennifer Kent’s follow-up to
The 2018 Gotham Independent Film Awards were awarded Monday night in New York. It was a night of big surprises, with Chloe Zhao s The Rider taking home the top prize, besting Yorgos Lanthimos The Favourite, Paul Schrader’s First Reformed, and Barry Jenkins If Beale Street Could Talk for Best Feature. (Marvel fans should be excited – Zhao has been tapped to direct The Eternals.)Ethan Hawke took home the Best Actor trophy for First Reformed, while Toni Collette took the best actress honor with horror film Hereditary. Capping off a stellar evening for boutique distributor A24, director Bo Burnham and star Elise Fisher were also winners, and Schrader won for best screenplay. The full list of winners are below.Best Feature
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Sharronda Williams, Pay or WaitCruella upends expectations to demonstrate that origin stories can be roundly entertaining. Peter Martin, ScreenAnarchyWhatever movie you’re expecting from Cruella, you’d be wrong. Matt Singer, ScreenCrushThe biggest surprise of 2021… Craig Gillespie’s Cruella turns any preconceived notions on their head. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comDoes it feel like other Disney fare?The biggest compliment anyone could give Cruella is that it doesn’t have any feel or semblance of a Disney movie. Nate Adams, The Only CriticA bold departure for Disney that’s unlike anything we’ve ever seen from them before. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comYou have to remind yourself that you’re that you’re watching a Disney film. Sharronda Williams, Pay or WaitParents of younger kids may be shocked that such a film carries the Disney imprint. Peter Debruge, VarietyYou get the feeling it’s geared as much towards Disney’s not insignificant adult fanbase as it is to a younger crowd. Patrick Cremona, Radio TimesWhether its dark-but-Disney strangeness intrigues or repels, there’s often something to love and loathe in equal measure. Jacob Oller, Paste MagazineSlightly darker than your standard Disney fare…the film feels less like a satisfying character drama than a work of corporate rebranding. Matt Singer, ScreenCrush(Photo by ©2021 Disney Enterprises Inc.)How does it compare to the other live-action reimaginings?What Cruella is not — to the immense relief of many, I’m sure — is another Maleficent… Cruella proves ingeniously creative in its reimagining of the underlying IP. Peter Debruge, VarietyA movie that rivals the likes of Aladdin and The Jungle Book. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comThe studio just cannot crack the code in recapturing the magic that made the animated originals so endearing. Add Cruella, the newest revamp of their rogues gallery to the list of failures. Kyle Pinion, ScreenRexWill fans of the original film enjoy this?There are several simple nods to the original story and 101 Dalmatians that will make most fans smile to themselves when they catch them. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyRather than shoehorning in a bunch of forced moments Oh, so that’s why she hates Dalmatians … this take very much makes her a complex character in her own right. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comDisney purists may be put off by the rewriting of canon. Sean P. Means, The Movie CricketAny attempt to square the events of this film with the animated canon quickly falls apart… You’re better off just assuming that Cruella occurs in an alternate timeline. Brent Hankins, The Lamplight ReviewThere’s no suggestion she’d ever consider such cruelty… As an actual prequel, it’s a tick-infested mutt of a movie. Rob Hunter, Film School RejectsThe manner in which the script tries to bend itself away from and around Cruella’s specific Dalmatian-centric animal cruelty future requires some Cirque du Soleil-esque flexibility. Douglas Davidson, Elements of Madness(Photo by ©2021 Disney Enterprises Inc.)How is the writing?Incredibly good and sincerely humorous. Peter Martin, ScreenAnarchyDana Fox and Tony McNamara s Cruella screenplay plays with your expectations in clever, non-murderous ways. Brian Truitt, USA TodayWriters Dana Fox and Tony McNamara boldly crafted a narrative that has the energy of shows like Revenge and Ugly Betty… I applaud it for actually taking risks in its story, adding dimension to this once simple, yet iconic, villain. Rendy Jones, Rendy ReviewsOne of the joys of Cruella is how the screenplay escalates the public fashion battle between the established Baroness and the punk-minded Cruella. Sean P. Means, The Movie CricketIt’s a screenplay that’s tying itself in knots to create a brand new character that’s more Harley Quinn than Cruella De Vil. Kyle Pinion, ScreenRexNeedlessly complicated and stuffed with too many supporting characters. Brent Hankins, The Lamplight ReviewHow is Emma Stone?Emma Stone delivers an unmissable performance that is every bit as Oscar-worthy as her work in La La Land. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comEmma Stone absolutely crushes this role, so much so that it can be said she blows Glenn Close’s portrayal out of the water. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyStone is theatrical and clownish in the best way, wearing the over-the-top expressions that’ve sprinkled charm into her other roles like costume jewelry. Jacob Oller, Paste Magazine(Photo by ©2021 Disney Enterprises)What about Emma Thompson?The definition of glorious, Thompson delivers a delightfully droll Baroness Von Hellman. Hope Madden, MaddWolfThompson will most likely require some amount of reconstructive surgery on her jaw from the amount of scenery she chews throughout this movie. Brian Lloyd, entertainment.ieThompson’s Baroness is the best thing — and only good thing — in the movie. Mick LaSalle, San Francisco ChronicleAnd when they re on screen together?Together, they are the highly strung dysfunctional double-act that post-lockdown cinema didn’t know it needed. Peter Bradshaw, GuardianEchoing the same energies as Anne Hathaway and Meryl Streep in The Devil Wears Prada, Stone and Thompson are a wealth of Oscar calibrated perfection. Nate Adams, The Only CriticScenes between the Emmas elevate the entire project, allowing Thompson to radiate devastating narcissism and Stone to mine her character’s emotional and intellectual landscape. Hope Madden, MaddWolfThere is no doubt that these are two of the greatest actresses of all time, and to see them working so incredibly together, is a treat. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyEvery time the two Emmas have a scene together, in which they must be drippingly arch and very British, Older Emma wipes Younger Emma right off the screen. Mick LaSalle, San Francisco ChronicleThe two are a delight both apart and together. Rob Hunter, Film School Rejects(Photo by ©2021 Disney Enterprises Inc.)How is the rest of the cast?Hauser and Fry are terrific as Estella/Cruella’s crew. They’re animated without being cartoony, giving their supporting characters multi-faceted internality and introspection. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionWhile the entire ensemble is delightful, Joel Fry is notable as the sensitive and loyal Jasper. Rendy Jones, Rendy ReviewsIf there’s a weak link then it’s John McCrea, who delivers a somewhat wooden performance as vintage fashion shop owner Artie. Patrick Cremona, Radio TimesUnfortunately, Mark Strong is wasted in a mostly forgettable role that could have been filled by any British actor. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comWe ve been hearing about those costumes They are ingenious and artful in their presentation. They are complex and tell stories all on their own. They are provocative and challenging, yet enticing. Douglas Davidson, Elements of MadnessThe way the move, the way they standout in a crowd, and the way that either Emma wears them, is just a joy to look at. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyYou don’t need to be a fashion connoisseur to appreciate the jaw-dropping design choices made throughout the movie. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comThe biggest mic drops of the film come from its jaw-dropping dresses: One moment featuring a garbage truck is a particularly extravagant bit of sartorial effectwork. Jacob Oller, Paste MagazineThe costumes are spectacular — it’s just that they’re the only exciting thing onscreen for the middle hour of the film. Matt Singer, ScreenCrush(Photo by ©2021 Disney Enterprises Inc.)Will the costumes get some awards love?There’s not a world in which Jenny Beavan’s incredible costuming work doesn’t get award attention. Nate Adams, The Only CriticThere’s no doubt that Jenny Beavan will score this film’s lone Oscar nomination and likely win. Kyle Pinion, ScreenRexCostume designer Jenny Beavan is more than likely on her way to at least another nomination for her work here. Douglas Davidson, Elements of MadnessJenny Beavan (Costume Designer), Nadia Stacey (Hair Makeup), and their respective teams are hopefully already having their names etched into next year’s Academy Awards. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comHow are the movie s punk rock trappings?The jukebox Cruella soundtrack, which includes hits from a number of ‘60s and ‘70s bands, is broadly excellent. Patrick Cremona, Radio TimesIt’s non-conformist with a bad attitude, badass music, and punk rock fits that would make Vivienne Westwood applaud. Sherin Nicole, idobi.comIt makes the entire punk scene come to life with her signature black and white flair that matches her rebellious spirit and anarchist energy. Rendy Jones, Rendy ReviewsCruella often veers into that Disneyfied corporate mall-punk of The Nightmare Before Christmas Hot Topic apparel. Jacob Oller, Paste MagazineIt’s hard to not roll your eyes at its attempt to sell you on the idea that this is a punk/rebel take on the character. Yeah, because there’s nothing more punk than market tested four quadrant cinema. Jacob Oller, Paste Magazine(Photo by ©2021 Disney Enterprises Inc.)Are there any issues?My God does this movie need trimming. You will have aged noticeably by the time it’s over. Hope Madden, MaddWolfIt is simply too long. Clocking in at nearly two hours and fifteen minutes is a bit ridiculous and feels unnecessary. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyCruella is rather weighed down by an overly baggy runtime and a few pacing issues, which means it sometimes threatens to turn from a fun romp into a bit of a slog. Patrick Cremona, Radio TimesWere it 80 minutes, its sins could largely be seen as forgivable, but somehow it manages to be nearly an hour longer than that and it feels every moment of that running time. Kyle Pinion, ScreenRexWill we want more?I wouldn’t be opposed to seeing what happens next. Douglas Davidson, Elements of Madness[It leaves] itself open for a sequel that, frankly, it doesn t need or deserve. Brian Lloyd, entertainment.ieCruella releases in theaters and streams on Disney+ with Premium Access on May 28, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.