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神戒之战手游是一款不卡刀不卡位PK超爽的热血传奇手游大气磅礴的游戏背景,游戏的职业比较平衡,丰富的任务系统,远古神兽,感兴趣的小伙伴们就快来本站下载试玩体验吧。 much better, with only two wins out of 10 nominations.What is the impact when certain narratives, and certain roles, are so heavily favored by the Academy and other awards voting groups, particularly when those roles home in on poverty and subjugation? The effect is insidious. If you are a young Black actress in Hollywood today and given a script with “Oscar potential” – say, one playing a historical figure like Shirley Chisholm (the first Black woman to run for president) or Mae Carol Jemison (the first Black female astronaut in space) – you could take the role, be lauded by critics, become a hit with audiences, and yet you would do so with the full knowledge that it will likely come up short of consideration for your profession s highest honor. The safer bet now, as it ever was, is to play a slave.(Photo by © Neon)And what is the impact of that calculus and its repetition? We will continue to see a certain type of role and character repeatedly rewarded, and the cycle will go on.These tales of slaves and maids and more are incredibly valuable and relevant stories to tell and lives to portray, and the performances – Erivo’s included – can be mind-blowingly good. But they are not the only stories worth being told or the only characters worthy of recognition. The world of ideas shrinks incredibly when we don’t see the full array of the Black experience represented and rewarded, whether that be the life of a 1950s maid or a modern-day prison warden or a school teacher or an astronaut or a twentysomething looking to party hard in New Orleans. Or the life of Aretha Franklin, whom Jennifer Hudson will play on the big screen this year, and Erivo herself will play on TV.Hattie McDaniel could never dream of playing a megastar musician. She won her Oscar for playing a maid, and made a living playing similar roles. She’s drawn criticism for taking so many “Mammy” jobs, but countered that it was her only real option for regular work at the time. She famously said it was far better to make Seven hundred dollars a week playing a maid than earn seven a day being a maid.” In that sense, some progress has been made. The variety of roles available to actresses of color may still be limited, but it s vaster than it ever has been. It would be great to see that better reflected on future nominations mornings.Are you as obsessed with awards as we are? Check out our Awards Leaderboard for 2019/2020.
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Identity was a major theme in the Nov. 30 episode of Titans, Donna Troy. Kory (Anna Diop) was trying to recover her memory, Gar (Ryan Potter) was reconciling what it means to become a tiger, Rachel (Teagan Croft) was finally getting some time to know her mother, Angela (Rachel Nichols), and Dick Grayson (Brenton Thwaites) was facing his own shattered identity after a recent run-in with the new Robin (Curran Walters) and the terror he experienced at the Organization’s asylum. Who better to talk to about these issues than the former Wonder Girl and Dick s oldest friend, Donna Troy, a comic book character defined as much by the constant revisions made to her identity as her constant presence in the Teen Titans line of comic books?On the show, Donna seems to be a rock-solid ex-superhero sidekick, but her history in the comics is not exactly set in stone. Rotten Tomatoes spoke with Conor Leslie, the world’s first live-action Donna Troy, about her comic book counterpart s crazy past and just who the character is in the world of Titans.Who Is Wonder Girl?(Photo by DC Universe)The concept of Wonder Girl predates Donna Troy. In 1958’s Wonder Woman #105, Wonder Girl was introduced as a younger version of Diana for a flashback tale. By 1961, Wonder Woman comics featured stories in which the grown up Diana, Wonder Girl, and even a Wonder Tot appeared simultaneously in an attempt to give Wonder Woman more of a domestic home life — even if her family was composed of these younger versions of herself and her mother Hippolyta.This original intention changed as writer Bob Haney began to treat Wonder Girl as a separate character and included her as a founding member of the Teen Titans in 1965’s The Brave and the Bold #60. The Diana version of Wonder Girl made one last appearance that same year in Wonder Woman #158, where she and Wonder Tot were seemingly “killed” by Wonder Woman editor Robert Kanigher.Wonder Girl transferred into the Teen Titans cast, but her name and new origin remained a mystery until 1969’s Teen Titans #22, when writer Marv Wolfman gave Wonder Girl the name “Donna Troy” and a backstory: She was an orphan Diana rescued from a burning building and took to Themyscira to be raised as an Amazon. The group of warrior women later gave her abilities similar to Wonder Woman via a fanciful bit of science-fiction convenience.But because the Wonder Girl character is older than Donna Troy, the character’s origins, powers, and motivations have always been malleable. Those changes are a major point Leslie noted while researching her new TV character.“As soon as I [started reading], I got overwhelmed because her backstory changes so dramatically,” she told Rotten Tomatoes. “I paused early on and talked to [producer and showrunner] Greg Walker to see where he and Geoff Johns wanted to go with all of this. If I had continued to fill my head with more information, it would’ve made my mind implode.”The 1987 revision of Wonder Woman s origin turned Donna into an active character that existed before Wonder Woman debuted in the new history, ushering in a revolving door of concepts to explain how there was a Wonder Girl before a Wonder Woman. For a time, she was a duplicate of Diana created as a playmate who was later kidnapped and placed in suspended animation, an incomplete fusion of other Donna亚博APP在线下载地址Eggsy s come a long way. This month, Kingsman star Taron Egerton swaps tailored suits and ultra-violence for sequins and songs in Rocketman, director Dexter Fletcher s biopic about music superstar Elton John. The first reviews from the Cannes Film Festival, where the movie premiered to a standing ovation, say Egerton captures the flamboyance and the heart of John, and that Rocketman could be a game-changer for the 29-year-old British actor.In this exclusive extended sit-down, Egerton talks about his road to becoming Elton John, one that began with the first time he saw The Lion King. Egerton recalls the first time he met John – it was on the set of Kingsman: The Golden Circle, and John made him blush – and the bond the two men have developed. He also takes us through the challenges of becoming Elton John, from intensive vocal training to learning the piano (or at least learning how to convincingly fake it), and shares what John has meant to his life and his career.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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(Photo by © STX Films)Moviemaking is incredibly… complicated. A million things can – and often do – go wrong, myriad questions and unforeseen problems pop up, and all the while issues like budgeting and scheduling consistently hover around, like annoying flies you just can’t swat away. But making a movie during lockdown? “It was intimidating and surreal, to be honest,” Adam Mason says of the prospect (at the time uncharted territory) of doing just that.Back in early July, the co-writer-director’s romance-thriller, Songbird (out December 11 on demand), became the first studio feature film to shoot in Los Angeles since the industry was put on ice for the foreseeable future in March. “The entire city shut down in one day, and nobody was working,” Mason recalls, “and it was like, How can we get back to work? More than anything to do with the story, that was a huge priority.”When the lockdown went into effect, Mason had to essentially shelve his indie passion project, which was in pre-production, leaving him “very despondent,” as he puts it. The next morning, his writing partner Simon Boyes rang him, and the duo cooked up a found-footage, lockdown-set “monster movie akin to something like Cloverfield.” That idea was greenlit by producer Adam Goodman, and eventually Michael Bay signed on, and Songbird ballooned from an iPhone-shot indie to a slick, big-budget Hollywood production about lovers (KJ Apa and Sofia Carson) trapped in a near-future COVID-plagued L.A., with a cast that boasts Bradley Whitford, Demi Moore, Peter Stormare, and Craig Robinson. “It became something a lot bigger than I anticipated,” Mason concedes. Zone Systems, PPE, And Just 19 Days For a Michael Bay Blockbuster (Photo by © STX Films)That bigness presented a big problem. “It’s the only project I’ve ever been involved in where I was thinking about something other than the narrative,” says Mason. “I was thinking about safety and how we could pull off this kind of monumental task.” To do that, the production, in conjunction with unions, laid down a set of guidelines: There would be constant testing. “I was tested three times a week,” says Mason, “and if anyone came into my bubble – the amount of people I’d see day to day was tiny – I would know that that person had been tested negative that morning.”There would be a “zone system,” in which anyone on set was designated to a particular area, to limit interactions with non-masked actors when cameras rolled. The crew would be capped at 40 people. And personal protective equipment (PPE) and quarantining measures would be in place. “We had a rule very early on that we wouldn’t hire an actor that was out of town,” says Mason. “And then everyone quarantined whenever they left set, so I would know that everyone I was working with hadn’t mingled with anyone outside of their families.” (As Deadline reported in July, the SAG-AFTRA union hit Songbird with a Do Not Work order, only to rescind it the following day once an agreement was made.)It helped that Songbird was a film about lockdown conceived during lockdown, written with a lot of those logistical hula hoops in mind – namely, not being able to have blocking (“It wasn’t like actors had to hit marks because we didn’t have the full crew to warrant that kind of traditional filmmaking,” Mason says) or “massive movie lights” or makeup retouches or time (it wrapped in 19 days) or anything else that would require inessential on-set interaction. And if there was a moment that called for a lot of actors, there was a workaround: “Because Songbird is set four years in the future during the pandemic,” Mason says of the more extra-heavy scenes, “all of the military were wearing hazmat suits and gas masks and things that actually were extremely safe in terms of being PPE.”Certified Fresh Horror Via iPhones and Direct Messages(Photo by © Shudder)That same ethos – doing what you can with the limited lockdown means you have – has propelled indie films shot during the pandemic as well. Host, a grippingly fun horror film Certified Fresh at 100% (and currently streaming on Shudder) started as a lark. “[Host director] Rob Savage played a prank on us,” explains the film’s star, Haley Bishop. “He told us that there was this noise in his attic when we were all on Zoom, and then he somehow seamlessly made it seem like he had gone up into his attic and then cut to the zombie shot from the horror film [•REC]. He put the video up of us screaming online, and it got millions of views within a couple of days.”Viral exposure led to a deal with Shudder, and Host, about a séance over Zoom gone wrong, began shooting a mere two weeks later, in April. “When we started, the U.K. was in full lockdown,” Bishop says. “Rob never set foot in any of our apartments.” Host had a scriptment – “the little points we had to hit” – but the dialogue was completely improvised, so Savage and producer Douglas Cox, on blacked-out screens over Zoom, would instant-message actors notes in real time.“Rob would write, ‘Okay, call Jemma [Moore] a bitch’ or ‘Keep poking at her until she cracks,’ and he’d be sending other private messages to her,” Bishop says, noting that all footage from the film was shot from iPhones attached to the actors’ laptops. “That was the beauty of it: We didn’t have to reset lights or wait for any departments to fix anything. We could just start again immediately. The most challenging aspect, though, was because we had to do so much intense crying and screaming and because we weren’t being ushered back to a trailer between takes, I was like, I can’t cry anymore. I’m so dehydrated. ”When COVID restrictions in London loosened, a small stunt team donning PPE visited the necessary actors’ homes – with medics on standby outside – to rig them with the pulleys and ropes and crash mats and whatnot needed to achieve Host’s scares. “Luckily, my partner was physically strong enough to drag me down a hallway, so he was very involved with helping,” Bishop says of one particularly jump-worthy moment.A Playwright Pivots, Turning to Zoom to Bring Nora Highland to the Screen(Photo by Ryan Spahn )Even fewer frills – no chilling VFX or stunts or medics – are present in Nora Highland, writer-director Ryan Spahn’s comedic, Zoom-shot drama that screened in October (virtually, of course) as part of this year’s NewFest, an LGBTQIA+ focused film festival in New York. Spahn originally wrote Nora Highland as a play, but after hosting a reading of it for an online benefit in the early days of the pandemic – the reading featured Tessa Thompson in the role Marin Ireland plays in the film – he decided to adapt it into a shutdown-set feature. “I realized, Oh this really works on this platform, ” he says. “So then I adjusted it to the format of it being a found-footage or video conferencing film, like Searching or Unfriended.”The centerpiece of Nora Highland is a lengthy Zoom chat, in which a theater director (Ireland) and actor (Michael Hsu Rosen) spat over the casting of gay characters – the thorny ethical issue of casting straight actors in the roles – while discussing an upcoming Broadway revival. “They’re big New York stage actors, so we rehearsed it for two weeks and then they got off book, as if we were doing a play,” Spahn says of the process. “One was in Upstate, and the other was in Chelsea. But because it was designed for [Zoom], the way you’d rehearse it is exactly the way it was filmed. So we did it in one take, and I hoped there wasn’t an internet or cell-phone problem.”Despite some initial editing quibbles – “we couldn’t sit next to each other, so the editor had to screen-share his desktop, and there were weird delays and volume issues,” he explains – Spahn found filmmaking during the pandemic “very freeing.”Although Songbird has polar-opposite stakes and circumstances, Mason shares that sentiment: “Because there weren’t loads of people around, weighing in with opinions and thoughts and so on, there was this incredible sense of freedom that I haven’t felt for years. I think it kind of stripped away all of the bulls t of filmmaking.”Songbird is available on video on demand from December 11. Host is available now on Shudder. Nora Highland is currently screening at online festivals. On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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6.19.0 6月喜迎(Photo by NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)FALL 2019 TV SURVEY: 20 TV Shows That Defined the 1990sFor Rotten Tomatoes’ annual Fall TV Survey, we asked thousands of our users what they’re most looking forward to in the coming TV season and to reflect on the best shows from seasons past.They ll be there for you — unless you re assembling a giant TV survey, in which case Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry, and David Schwimmer are nowhere to be found! (That joke has never been made before.)Friends celebrates its 25th anniversary this year, so we couldn t help but give a little cheer when you voted the comedy as the defining series of the 1990s. The cast also took top spot in our list of stars who ruled the decade.The series won 64% of your vote. Seinfeld came in second with 51%, then The X-Files with 50%, ER came in fourth with 47%, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer took 44%.The show s cast nabbed 32% of the vote when we asked which star ruled the decade, followed by Jerry Seinfeld with 17%, Will Smith with 10%, the ER cast with 7%, and the Beverly Hills, 90210 cast came in fifth with 6%.Disagree with the survey results? Tell us in the comments who you think should have made the list or have been ranked higher.
This Week s Ketchup brings you more headlines from the world of film development news, covering such titles as Black Adam, Fletch, and Wishbone. This WEEK S TOP STORYCHRIS EVANS AND RYAN GOSLING TO STAR IN NETFLIX MOVIE BY THE RUSSO BROTHERS(Photo by Elizabeth Goodenough, Jef Hernandez/Everett Collection)It was just in 2017 that Netflix shocked many pundits with the news that they were investing over 0 million (which eventually became something more like 0 to 0 million) on Martin Scorsese s ambitious mob hitman biopic The Irishman (Certified Fresh at 96%). Perhaps even more surprisingly, The Irishman did not receive a wide release in theaters, but was still seen as a success. On the heels of that success, Netflix announced plans this week to break their own record with a spy action-thriller called The Gray Man, which will have a production budget north of 0 million. Chris Evans (Marvel s Captain America) and Ryan Gosling will star in The Gray Man, which will be adapted from the novel of the same name by screenwriter Joe Russo and directed by Russo and his brother Anthony Russo, who are best known for the Marvel movies Captain America: Civil War (Certified Fresh at 91%), Avengers: Infinity War (Certified Fresh aty 85%), and Avengers: Endgame (Certified Fresh at 94%). As the source novel is the first in a successful series, Netflix reportedly hopes to start a new action franchise comparable to James Bond. The Gray Man will tell the story of a deadly cat-and-mouse came as one assassin (Gosling) called The Gray Man is hunted down across the world by another agent (Chris Evans). It s worth noting, since the Russo Brothers are so tied to comic book movies, that Netflix s The Gray Man has no connection to the DC Comics character of the same name. It s also worth noting that Joe Russo is the writer of the Netflix original film Extraction, which starred the MCU s Chris Hemsworth and became the streaming service s most-watched movie of all time when it premiered in late April.Other Top Headlines1. TO ALL THE BOYS NOAH CENTINEO JOINS DWAYNE JOHNSON S BLACK ADAM(Photo by ©Netflix)DC Comics Justice Society of America is a super team that some fans are just now discovering because of Stargirl on The CW, but it actually has a history dating back to the early 1940s as the very first comic book superhero team ever. Some JSA members are tricky to comprehend because of those 80 years of continuity, but one of them is the original Atom (who was short but not to be confused with the Atoms who can shrink), who was then followed by his super-strong godson (now called Atom Smasher). There have been rumors before this week that Dwayne Johnson s upcoming Black Adam (12/22/2021) will, in addition to being a Shazam! spinoff, also feature some members of the Justice Society of America, and this week, Atom Smasher became the first to be confirmed. The actor joining Black Adam will be Noah Centineo, who is probably currently best known for his roles in a few different Netflix projects, including To All the Boys I ve Loved Before, Sierra Burgess is a Loser, and The Perfect Date. When production of Black Adam starts off in Georgia in early 2021, the film will be directed by Jaume Collet-Serra, who also directed Johnson in Disney s upcoming theme park attraction adaptation Jungle Cruise (6/20/2021).2. JON HAMM TO STAR IN REBOOT OF CHEVY CHASE COMEDY FLETCH (Photo by Elizabeth Goodenough/Everett Collection)Hollywood obviously has a decades-long obsession with remaking films of yesteryear (they ve actually been remaking movies since 1918), but the decade that has seemingly inspired the most remakes is the 1980s. Although he was quickly followed by stars like John Belushi, Dan Aykroyd, and Eddie Murphy, the first Saturday Night Live star to leave the show for a movie career was Chevy Chase, and in 1985, he starred in the journalist comedy Fletch (Fresh at 77%), which was then followed in 1989 by the sequel Fletch Lives (Rotten at 37%). Director Kevin Smith has long wanted to reboot the franchise with a project called Fletch Won, starring Jason Lee (TV s My Name is Earl), but that obviously never happened. Instead, the actor who is now attached to star in the Fletch reboot, based on the eleven original novels by Gregory McDonald, is Jon Hamm. The new Fletch will be directed by Greg Mottola (Superbad, Adventureland), who previously worked with Hamm on the made-for-HBO movie Clear History (Fresh at 61%). You can read more about Jon Hamm s other upcoming projects in this piece.3. PETER FARRELLY IS PRODUCING A WISHBONE MOVIE(Photo by ©Big Feats! Entertainment courtesy Everett Collection)Although some genres are still struggling in the movies compared to where they used to be (romantic comedies, westerns, etc), Hollywood appears to be content with the results they get from dog movies. (Harrison Ford s Call of the Wild has been described as a box office bomb, but it also had to deal with the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic.) One of the upcoming dog movies is the adaptation of the animated PBS series Clifford the Big Red Dog (11/13/2020 ), and this week, another canine PBS show is getting its own movie. Wishbone was a live-action show that ran on PBS from 1995 to 1997 in which Wishbone the dog taking on the personas of various literary characters each week, and now Green Book (Certified Fresh at 78%) director Peter Farrelly is attached to produce the Wishbone movie. As long as we re on the subject, another dog movie in active development that was announced earlier this year is Arthur the King, starring Mark Wahlberg.4. THE OLD GUARD DIRECTOR GINA PRINCE-BYTHEWOOD TEAMS UP WITH VIOLA DAVIS FOR THE WOMAN KING (Photo by 20th Century Fox courtesy Everett Collection, Jason Mendez/Everett Collection)You may recall that we almost got a Marvel Comics adaptation called Silver Black (about Silver Sable and Black Cat), which was once scheduled for February 8, 2019. That film was to have been directed by Gina Prince-Bythewood (Love and Basketball, The Secret Life of Bees), who instead moved to Netflix where she directed their recent action movie The Old Guard (Certified Fresh at 81%). It appears that the good will from The Old Guard has resulted in a pretty quick benefit for Prince-Bythewood, because she has already set up an ambitious period drama at TriStar Pictures called The Woman King. Viola Davis will star in The Woman King as Nanisca, a general of an all-female military unit in the Kingdom of Dahomey, an African nation that once existed in the area that is now Benin. The other lead role in The Woman King will be Nanisca s daughter, Nawi, who reportedly was almost played by Lupita Nyong o. In related news, Charlize Theron is already talking about possible sequel plans for The Old Guard.5. HENRY GOLDING TO VOICE LEAD IN CHINESE ZODIAC-INSPIRED THE TIGER S APPRENTICE(Photo by Sanja Bucko/©Warner Bros. Pictures)Some of this year s animated features ended up releasing (or will be released) on Video on Demand due to widespread theater closures (Trolls World Tour, Scoob!, The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run in 2021), but Hollywood appears to be otherwise committing to keeping other future animated movies in theaters (when the world goes back to having any movies released). One of those companies is Paramount Animation, who is continuing development on a project called The Tiger s Apprentice, which will be inspired by elements of the Chinse Zodiac. We can now report that the lead character, a talking tiger, will be voiced by Henry Golding, who first came to attention as the male lead in the 2018 romantic comedy Crazy Rich Asians. Golding s next big movie role will be as Snake Eyes (10/23/2020), in a spinoff movie for the popular G.I. Joe character.6. IS JENNIFER GREY MAKING A DIRTY DANCING SEQUEL SET IN THE 1990S?(Photo by (c)Vestron Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)For the most part, movie rumors don t get covered by major souces like Variety and Deadline, which is basically where we draw the line between rumors and confirmed news stories to begin with. This week, however, both of those sources ran with a story that is still firmly being described as a rumor. Reportedly, Dirty Dancing (Fresh at 69%) and Ferris Bueller s Day Off star Jennifer Grey is partnering with Lionsgate to produce an unique dance movie which she will star in and produce. The mystery project, which is also set in the 1990s, is rumored to possibly be a sequel to Dirty Dancing. If true, Grey would presumably be playing the 40-something older version of Baby from Dirty Dancing, but it s anyone s guess what that character might be doing 30 years later after that one memorable summer in the Catskills in 1963. We should also point out that Dirty Dancing already had a re-imagining in 2004 with Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights (Rotten at 23%), and a TV movie remake in 2017 (Rotten at 19%).7. RIVERDALE STAR KJ APA TO HEADLINE MICHAEL BAY S PANDEMIC THRILLER (Photo by Jack Rowand/©The CW)Amidst all of the speculation about how most Hollywood productions will get going again, we ve also been hearing about producer Michael Bay s project called Songbird, which is inspired by the COVID-19 pandemic we re all currently living in. Set two years in the future, Songbird will be told through the eyes of the characters, and we now know that the two leads will be KJ Apa (Archie on TV s Riverdale) and Sofia Carson, one of the stars of Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists. Filming of Songbird reportedly started on location in Los Angeles on Wednesday. Apa will play an essential worker who is able to deliver to people, including his girlfriend (Carson), due to his having a rare immunity to the disease. Demi Moore will also have a supporting role.8. JEAN SMART TO STAR IN LATEST FROM TATE TAYLOR(Photo by Jason Mendez/Everett Collection)Director Tate Taylor is probably best known for his frequent collaborations with actress Octavia Spencer (like The Help and the thriller Ma), but he s also done movies like The Girl on the Train with other lead actresses. For his next movie, Taylor has recruited veteran character actor Jean Smart, who s coming off her recent supporting role in HBO s Watchmen mini-series (playing the same Silk Spectre character depicted in the 2009 movie by Malin Akerman). Jean Smart will be starring in the movie, called Miss Macy, as an eccentric woman who becomes a mentor to a young girl. The screenplay was adapted by screnwriter Beth Henley (Crimes of the Heart, Nobody s Fool). Miss Macy will be produced by Amblin Partners, the production company that spun out from Steven Spielberg s DreamWorks Pictures, and which has recently produced 1917, Dark Waters, First Man, and Ready Player One.9. UNIVERSAL S CLASSIC MONSTERS FRANCHISE WILL INCLUDE A KIDS MOVIE (Photo by ©TriStar Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)Univeral Pictures previous plan for a Dark Universe built around reboots of their Universal Classic Monsters famously fell apart in 2017 following the disappointing box office for Tom Cruise s The Mummy, but the studio did not give up on the idea of reboots. Their new strategy paid off this year, just before the pandemic fully hit, with The Invisible Man (Certified Fresh at 91%), which was both a box office and critical hit. Other classic monsters projects Universal now has in the works include a remake of The Wolfman (starring Ryan Gosling) and a project called Dark Army from director Paul Feig (we don t yet know what that one s about). We can also add to the list a family-friendly movie called Little Monsters from the director of Toy Story 4, which will reportedly feature various characters from Universal s monster roster. That concept has sort of already been done a few times, including movies like The Monster Squad and Adam Sandler s animated Hotel Transylvania franchise, but the difference here is Universal Pictures official stamp of approval (Hotel Transylvania, for example, is a Sony Pictures franchise).
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答案是否定的,游戏内的要素虽然充满了很多版本的影子,但大环境上比较像去年神话装备还没有出的环境,英雄也只推出了端游不到一半的角色。(端游目前英雄156个,手游62个,蒙多也不是重做后的技能组)
nic Black Panther leader he portrayed in Judas and the Black Messiah, Kaluuya finished by sneaking in a cheeky line: We gotta celebrate life, man. We re breathing, we re walking. It s incredible My mom and my dad, they had sex. It s amazing! Cut to Kaluuya s sister burying her face in her hands and his mother, confused at what she d just heard, mouthing, What is he talking about? Daniel, you rascal, you.Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom Makeup and Hairstyling Team Makes HistoryThe team behind the hair and makeup for Netflix’s Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom already made history before Sunday night, with Mia Nel and Jameika Wilson the first Black women to be nominated in the category. Their win now makes them the first Black women to win for the category; their colleague, Sergio Lopez-Rivera, became the first Hispanic/Latino person to win for Makeup and Hairstyling. Accepting the award, Neal said, “I can picture Black trans women standing up here. And Asian sisters. And our Latina sisters. And indigenous women I know that one day it won’t be unusual or groundbreaking, it will just be normal.”Chloé Zhao Gives the Night s Most Uplifting Acceptance SpeechChloé Zhao made history on Sunday night as the first Asian woman to win Best Director at the Oscars, which was fittingly announced by last year s winner, Bong Joon-ho, who narrated a thoughtful introduction to the category featuring quotes from all the Best Director nominees. But Zhao also gave arguably the most poignant, inspiring speech of the evening, explaining how she motivates herself to keep going when things become difficult. She recounted her childhood in China, when she and her father would recite classic Chinese poems and try to finish each other s sentences. The poem she holds most dear begins, People at birth are inherently good, and Zhao continued on to describe how that philosophy has influenced her throughout her life. She finished by holding her statuette and saying, This is for anyone who has the faith and the courage to hold on to the goodness in themselves, and to hold on to the goodness in each other, no matter how difficult it is to do that. Amen to that.“I’m luckier than you”: Minari’s Yuh-jung Youn Becomes First South Korean Woman to Win Best Supporting Actress, Steals Night With SpeechKorean actress Yuh-jung Youn, who steals much of the moving family drama Minari as an unconventional grandmother, almost stole the whole night with her historic win for Best Supporting Actress. Not only did the win make Youn the first South Korean woman to take out the category – and only the second Asian woman, after Miyoshi Umeki in 1957 – but the veteran accepted the honor in style, with a speech that had the room – and social media – in stitches. In just a few minutes, she flirted with Brad Pitt, who’d handed her the statuette; forgave everyone in Hollywood who’d mispronounced her name; and revealed she doesn’t believe in competition and only won the award over competition like Glenn Close, because “I’m luckier than you.” She finished by thanking her sons, because… they were the reason she had to go out and work.Questlove s Oscar Trivia Results in Glenn Close Doin Da Butt Late in the evening, right after H.E.R. received the Academy Award for Best Song, the Oscar program took an unexpected, unprecedented detour to play something of a parlor game hosted by the night s DJ, Questlove. Lil Rel Howery grabbed a microphone and wandered through the audience looking for willing participants who were asked to guess whether a song played by Questlove was a previous Oscar nominee, Oscar winner, or neither. After engaging Best Actress nominee Andra Day (The United States vs. Billie Holiday) and Best Supporting Actor winner Daniel Kaluuya (Judas and the Black Messiah), Howery approached Best Actress nominee Glenn Close as Questlove spun the 1988 E.U. hit Da Butt, featured in Spike Lee s School Daze, quipping That s not fair to Glenn Close. She don t know nothing about doin Da Butt.' Of course, Close immediately responded not only with the correct song title, but who sang it, where they were from, and what movie it was featured in, noting that my friends at the Oscars missed it, and it wasn t nominated. The capper, though? With some encouragement from Howery, Close stood up from her booth, proceeded to do Da Butt, and immediately set social media afire. Whether or not the whole stunt was scripted or, to some, unbelievably cringey it was one of the few spirited moments to be found in an otherwise quiet, intimate night.What were your biggest highlights of the night? Tell us in the comments. Are you as obsessed with awards as we are? Check out our Awards Leaderboard for 2020/21.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
(Photo by Netflix)When Netflix’s eclectic animated sci-fi anthology series Love Death Robots returns on Friday, it will unleash a new set of eight startling visions that recall anthology magazines like Heavy Metal in terms of well-rendered worlds and intense short subjects. It is a different style of series for the service, which tends to support serialized storytelling, so if you happen upon the program while browsing Netflix this weekend, you may wonder what the program is all about.Fortunately, executive producers Tim Miller and Jennifer Yuh Nelson spoke with Rotten Tomatoes about the new shorts and how the series uses animation to tell different kinds of stories. With their assistance, here are some things to know before you push play.1. It Creates Lovingly Rendered Sci-Fi Worlds(Photo by Netflix)As Nelson pointed out, the second set of shorts have a common thematic tie: showing the worlds” created by the various filmmakers and animation studios involved in the project. Although, both she and Miller agreed that commonality is more of an unconscious decision enabled by the format.“Animation allows you to create worlds in a way that s so liberating. It s almost like the worlds become characters to these allegorical stories that ground these questions and challenging ideas in a way that s accessible to people,” she explained. “And in a short, it s kind of insane the amount of world-building that we did for something that s 15 minutes.”One example of this tantalizing worldbuilding is the short “Snow in the Desert.” Set in a rocky landscape, the stark beauty of a distant alien world — and the clues indicating why anyone would choose to live there — offers the story a richness thanks to elements which are entirely visual.“It s an amount of world-building that you would do for a feature, and it just is for 15 minutes, and then it s gone,” Nelson continued. And, perhaps, the fleetingness of those realities helps them seem more alive. It also means the sensation you may feel of having left Snow’s desert or a field of tall grass too soon is entirely intentional.Miller added, “But it is nice that [the viewer] wants more. I love the short and sharp.”2. It Utilizes Some Great Sci-Fi Short Stories As Jumping- Off Points(Photo by Netflix)Like the first volume, Love, Death Robots continues to use some great and evocative short stories as the creative jumping-off point for each film. The tall grass story comes from a story written by Joe Lansdale and may constitute the most frightening tale of the second volume. Other shorts are based on the works of Rich Larson, Joachim Heijndermans, and Harlan Ellison among others.“We re free to choose whatever stories we want, obviously, for the mix, but as Jennifer will tell you, I get a little obsessive about being true to the story once we ve chosen them,” Miller said. “I feel such a debt to the authors. They had the original flash of brilliance … The story wouldn t exist if it wasn t for them having an idea.”Although the tendency is to be faithful to the original text, some changes do occur for a variety of reasons.“Sometimes [it is] a concession of the format, or going into the visual nature of film versus the written work,” Nelson explained. “But it s always been a respect to the original spirit of the story.”(Photo by Netflix)The short she directed, “Pop Squad,” features an altered ending from Paolo Bacigalupi’s story. Despite that change, Nelson felt the “relevant” nature of the author s work still comes through in the finished film.“It s the idea of what happens to society, relationships, the meaning of life when a basic tenant of something that you live under is changed. Some limitation is removed,” she explained. “I think that is something we re probably going to have to face as a society at some point.”Although to elaborate further would constitute a spoiler for “Pop Squad,” its philosophical conundrum may prove to be the most harrowing issue some viewers are confronted with in Volume 2.3. It Very Nearly Crosses the Uncanny Valley … Even If the Producers Aren’t So Sure(Photo by Netflix)If you recall some of the early attempts at creating human characters in computer generated animation — Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within, for example — you may note that the program also highlights the breathtaking advancements in crossing the so-called Uncanny Valley: the limitation of 3D CG animation to convincingly render those characters without some form of abstraction.“It gets closer every day,” Miller said. Generally, I find that if you have a character that s just standing there, and smiling and emoting, or frowning, we can say we ve crossed the Uncanny Valley. At the same time, Miller maintained that dialogue is still a different animal and presents a further hurdle in seeing the other side of the valley. Thanks to the growing sophistication of that branch of the medium — and some visual trickery to avoid traditional close-ups — the viewer’s eye may not be so drawn to the aspects of human speech CG animation has yet to conquer.Nevertheless, it is still a far cry from the early attempts to render human characters in CG animation 20+ years ago. Those hollow and glossy puppets have been replaced with far more detailed and visually appealing characters who move in very convincing ways. Nelson credits that increased appeal to a better understanding of how to get good acting out of the animation programs.“If you have good acting, you forget that it s animated. It could be a stick figure [or] it could be a super realistic face, if you feel for the character, you re there with the character and you re not looking at whether that nose looks right,” she said.But as Miller pointed out, the Uncanny Valley is rooted in the human brain’s primal need to suss out friend or foe.“You re often trying to overcome something that is hard to quantify because it s an unconscious understanding of how facial muscles work,” he explained. Consequently, some will see the humans rendered in Volume 2 of the series as more successful than others.4. It Also Celebrates Other Animation as a Complex Form of Filmmaking(Photo by Netflix)While many of the shorts utilize a very realistic CG style, several of them go for something more stylized in terms of the characters, the overall design, or something the viewer might perceive as more arty. As Miller explained, “The Tall Grass” was designed by Trollhunters: Tales of Arcadia episode director Simon Otto to have a “painterly texture, so you almost see an illustration come to life.”“He s an amazing animator so he wanted to make things feel like fitting in that world,” Miller continued. “And he wanted to make sure that the acting, and the animation, and the looseness, and the frame rate actually worked with that sort of stylized texture.”Although Miller thought the original Landsdale story could become a very compelling live-action short or feature, Otto’s “conscious artistry” was half the thrill of producing it as an animated film.(Photo by Netflix)“That s where I think animation is superior, because not only are you worried about all the things that you have to worry about in live action, but there s this whole other layer where you can do things; this creative layer, whether it s a choice of style or animation. You can do stop motion, you can do 2D, you can do 3D. There are a lot of decisions that fall outside the realm of what you do when you re doing live action.”That sense of artistry runs right through the volume, whether it’s the more caricatured humans of Automated Customer Service, the 2D look of Ice, or Miller’s very grounded CG short, “The Drowned Giant.”5. It’s Not Afraid To Be Melancholy(Photo by Netflix)By not needing to support a serialized story or build up a single, franchise-able world, the program also has to the freedom to do something rarely seen in Western animation: be melancholy. “The Drowned Giant,” for example, is a rumination on mortality via the slowly decomposing corpse of a giant human man which inexplicably washes up on the British coastline. And though Miller mentioned it has a certain joke at the end of the short, it never goes back to the song-and-dance default conclusion of so much American animation — whether that means a literal song-and-dance or just a more upbeat ending.In the case of “The Drowned Giant,” the impulse was also to follow the tone as laid out by the story’s author, J.G. Ballard.“If you read the short story, you will absolutely recognize that it is a translation of that story. It s told in the same way, it s told with the same tone that Ballard did. And because I love the story, it didn t even occur to me that I should try and push it one way or the other,” Millar said.And though that is the tone of “The Drowned Giant,” don’t expect all of the shorts to have that same contemplative and melancholic feel. Some are rousing, others crescendo in a punchline. Nelson’s short, “Pop Squad,” may leave you pondering its central question for some time after. That variety is key to the notion of an animated anthology even as it offers a filmmaker like Miller to do something which would otherwise be “too downbeat” to produce.Nelson said the important thing is to create entertainment value, optimism, [and] positivity, where appropriate, but not the song-and-dance finale. Then again, who knows, maybe the next set of Love, Death Robots shorts will feature a sci-fi musical with a showstopping ending. As with the melancholy of The Drowned Giant, anything is possible in the program s format.Love, Death Robots: Volume 2 launches on Friday, May 14 on Netflix.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
The Suicide Squad – a group of mostly obscure supervillains from the DC Universe who go on deadly missions on behalf of the government in exchange for reduced prison sentences – have already graced the big screen once. In 2016, Will Smith and Margot Robbie led the team in director David Ayer’s Suicide Squad. Reviews weren’t great, to say the least, but the movie did well enough that Warner Bros. commissioned a reboot due out in 2021, this one titled The Suicide Squad.There have been a couple of trailers for the film, the most recent of which came out on June 22, 2021. Prior to that, on March 26, DC revealed the explosive (and explosively funny) first trailer for the movie. Last August at DC’s FanDome event, director James Gunn and Co. revealed a bunch of new details about the film, giving fans their first glimpse of which characters are featured in the movie, along with an extended behind-the-scenes featurette. Now that the Suicide Squad is really gearing up for big summer action, it feels like a good occasion for a rundown of everything you need to know about The Suicide Squad. [Updated with new trailer on 6/22/21]Guardians of the Galaxy helmer James Gunn Is the Director(Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images)James Gunn, best known for the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s two Guardians of the Galaxy films, is the writer-director behind The Suicide Squad. Gunn was hired to write the movie in October of 2018, a few months after Disney fired him from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 due to old, inappropriate joke tweets. Perhaps because the tweets were brought up as part of a targeted campaign by alt-right agitators, Disney eventually reversed its decision and re-hired Gunn. However, Guardians 3 would have to wait, because the director was already committed to The Suicide Squad. Gunn is the first person to make both an MCU movie and a modern DC movie. At DC FanDome, Gunn said the movie – which finished shooting in February – was by far the biggest movie I ve ever made, and promised it had as many explosions and crashes as any other film ever made.It’s not a sequel to the 2016 movie (not exactly)(Photo by © Warner Bros. Pictures)The Suicide Squad is not a sequel to the 2016 movie, as producer Peter Safran told ComicBook.com in April of 2019. But, it’s not completely not a sequel, either, as there will be some returning actors and characters from the Ayer movie. This is fitting with DC’s more laissez-faire approach to continuity ever since Justice League underwhelmed critically and at the box office. Films like Aquaman and Shazam! have nominally existed in the DCEU, but they largely exist on their own. Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey was technically a sequel to the first Suicide Squad, but aside from Margot Robbie’s titular character and one tossed-off line referencing the events of the earlier film, it didn’t really acknowledge the 2016 movie at all. Expect The Suicide Squad to take what worked from the first movie and leave behind anything that didn’t. Continuity doesn’t matter nearly as much as having some fun.A handful of actors from the first movie will reprise their roles(Photo by Clay Enos/©Warner Bros.)Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn will return for the third time in The Suicide Squad. She’ll be joined by three of her 2016 co-stars: Viola Davis will reprise her role as agent Amanda Waller, the brains behind the Squad’s mission; Joel Kinnaman will play Rick Flag, the team’s handler; and Jai Courtney will return as the Aussie villain Captain Boomerang.Will Smith will not be reprising his role as Deadshot, Jared Leto’s Joker is apparently too twisted for a reprise appearance (despite showing up in Zack Snyder s Justice League), and nobody from the Birds of Prey cast, aside from Robbie, is confirmed to return, either. A Ton of DC characters Are Making Their First Appearance, and Most Are ObscureAlthough most of the cast had been revealed earlier, it wasn’t until DC’s FanDome event on August 22, 2020 that the full list of new characters was revealed — and most of them are very obscure for the casual DC viewer. Idris Elba is playing Bloodsport, a mercenary with high-tech weaponry who is traditionally a Superman villain in the comics. The trailer released in June reveals that he’s working with the Suicide Squad because Waller is using his daughter Tyla (Storm Reid) as leverage. We also hear that he “put Superman in the ICU” with a Kryptonite bullet, which is pretty hard-core. Pete Davidson plays Blackguard, a villain to the time-traveling hero Booster Gold who wears high-tech armor. (He is also very afraid of werewolves, apparently.) Doctor Who’s Peter Capaldi is playing the telepathic Flash villain The Thinker. John Cena plays Peacemaker, who he described during FanDome as a “douchey Captain America.” Nathan Fillion plays T.D.K. — and it’s rumored that “T.D.K.” is an acronym for “The Detachable Kid,” a new name for one of DC’s most infamous characters, a wannabe Legion of Super-Heroes member called Arm-Fall-Off Boy.David Dastmalchian plays Polka-Dot Man, a corny Batman villain (and a personal favorite of Gunn s); Daniela Melchior plays Ratcatcher 2, another Batman villain who can control vermin; and Mayling Ng plays Mongal, an alien conquerer. Javelin, an Olympic athlete-turned-Green Lantern villain, will be played by Flula Borg, while we also finally learned who will be voicing King Shark, a giant walking shark, as James Gunn revealed on Twitter that it s none other than Sylvester Stallone.And, because this is a James Gunn movie, two of his frequent collaborators appear too: Michael Rooker plays Savant, a genius blackmailer, while Gunn’s brother Sean Gunn, who did on-set stop-motion work as Rocket Raccoon in Guardians, will again get into the mo-cap suit to play a rodent, this time a character named Weasel. In addition, Storm Reid plays Bloodsport s daughter Tyla, Juan Diego Botto is General Luna, Joaquín Cosío is Major General Suarez, and Jennifer Holland is Emilia Harcourt.Tinashe Kajese, Julio Ruiz, and Taika Waititi, who many initially speculated might provide the voice of King Shark, will also appear in the film in undisclosed roles.Don’t know who most of these characters are? That’s OK! It’s kind of the point. Suicide Squad, especially in Gunn’s hands, is an excuse to use a bunch of obscure characters and either turn them into fan-favorites or kill them off without a second’s hesitation — or both.The Villain Is a Classic — And Very Goofy — Justice League Bad Guy(Photo by ©Warner Bros.)The first proper trailer for The Suicide Squad hinted at the film debut of another DC character — one of the strangest but most important villains in comics history. The starfish-like kaiju is Starro, an alien conqueror who has the distinction of being the first bad guy the Justice League ever fought.The June trailer makes it clear that Starro is going to be the villain in The Suicide Squad, or at least the antagonist, since pretty much all the main characters are villains  — that’s kind of the whole point. Waller reveals that the Squad’s mission is to destroy every last trace of “Project Starfish,” clarifying to Cena’s Peacemaker that the name has nothing to do with buttholes. Instead, it’s likely that “Project Starfish” is some sort of secret operation to harness Starro’s psychic and mind-controlling powers. Presumably, it all went sideways, and it’s up to the Squad to defeat a giant starfish. Remember when superhero movies were concerned about being serious? What a time to be alive.It Will Be a Gritty 1970s War Movie, With Laughs and Plenty of ActionThe trailer doesn’t specifically reveal too much in terms of plot, other than showing that the Squad will be in some Central American-type setting and eventually battle Starro. The restricted red-band trailer is instead more focused on re-establishing the “rules” of the Suicide Squad and demonstrating the R-rated tone. Amanda Waller offers a group of criminals reduced prison sentences if they either complete their mission or die trying, and bombs are implanted in everybody s skulls in case they try to jump ship. But King Shark literally rips a dude in half and John Cena’s Peacemaker states that it would be “no problemo” for him to eat every dick on a beach in the name of liberty, so yeah, very James Gunn.The earlier FanDome event featured a preview clip with a bunch of juicy behind-the-scenes footage, but it didn’t give away much in the way of plot either. The clip, which featured lots of gunfire and talk of “exploding genitals,” certainly makes the movie seem action-packed. At FanDome, Gunn said it has “more explosions than any movie ever” and teased that it had a massive amount of special effects, both of which seem to be born out by the trailer. Producer Peter Safran likened it to a “gritty 1970s war movie combined will the brilliance of James Gunn’s characters and comedy.” During FanDome, Gunn said he considered the film to be a spiritual sequel to comic writer John Ostrander’s original 1987 Suicide Squad series rather than an adaptation. “It has the spirit and the lifeblood of the Ostrander books,” Gunn said, noting that he was just adding some of the wonderful and weird characters that have been created for DC in the years since the comic ended. It Will Premiere on August 6 in Theaters and on HBO MaxThe Suicide Squad is slated to hit theaters on August 6, 2021, and it will also stream on HBO Max for subscribes on that same day for no additional cost, as is the plan for all 2021 Warner Bros. releases. (It will leave HBO Max one month after it premieres, so watch fast.) It appears that The Suicide Squad was spared from the most disruptive aspects of the coronavirus pandemic. In April, Gunn tweeted that they were “extremely fortunate” that they were able to wrap shooting and set up the ability to edit from the crew’s homes before COVID-19 shut down the movie industry. During FanDome, he once again affirmed that the film would hit theaters on August 6.The Suicide Squad premieres in theaters and on HBO Max on August 6, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
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亚博APP在线下载地址 Joel Meares for Rotten Tomatoes: When you were talking about where to place the camera, I thought, that s a good segue into asking about Oxygen because you have a single location here, and it s a tight location. In Crawl, at least you had the whole area under the house, right? Here you have just this tight pod that s essentially as big as Melanie. What was the greatest challenge of shooting in what appears to be a tiny space – and keeping things interesting for the audience?Alexandre Aja: So I think the biggest challenge was obvious, because it was a very small cryo unit, almost like the size of a coffin. We took that challenge and we turned it into, I think, an advantage. I realized early on in the script that I had an obvious continuity of locations in that pod and I had a continuity of character with her, with Melanie, who was in every single shot and was so fun to direct, and who is carrying the emotion. So I thought about this as, okay, I m going to in fact do something that I never even think about doing in other movies. I m going to list down on a piece of paper all the different styles of directing, styles of framing, styles of effects, of types of lenses, of types of gadgets In fact, that kind of continuity with her and the location gave me the opportunity of going completely in different places scene after scene. So I avoid repeating myself and, most important, ensure that the audience doesn t get bored of the same location. Also, not only to avoid repeating myself, but also trying to underline in better ways every single emotion. I think in another movie, if you do that, it becomes like a very bad taste or bad style, because you will just get out of the experience and you stop watching because you will see the camera movement every time. But because we had that perfect storytelling inside the box, I don t think that you feel it. Then the camera becomes more like something that comes to underline every feeling or every new obstacle or nightmare that she s going through.(Photo by Shanna Besson, © Netflix)RT: It s interesting too that you mention Spielberg and Kubrick in your film selections, because watching this, just design-wise and also in some of the framing, I couldn t help thinking of the Precogs in Minority Report and the tentacle things in War of the Worlds. And then obviously there s the voice of HAL 9000. Were they direct influences on you?Aja: I love science-fiction, and grew up reading a lot. I still read a lot of science-fiction, I m watching a lot of science-fiction. I unfortunately didn t have the opportunity until this movie to work on a science-fiction movie. I did develop many of them that either didn t get made or will get made at some point – I hope. But yes, all the references that you were talking about, they all were in my mind. Of course, when you read a script and you have an AI talking, and it s going to be a really important one, you cannot help but think about HAL 9000. And the same with Minority Report. I would say Philip K. Dick in general. There is not a real link between Oxygen and Philip K. Dick. But it was really in mind as I was doing it for a strange reason. But yes, I definitely love sci-fi. I think sci-fi at its best has a mission to think about the world we re living in and what our position is within it and what we re supposed to be doing or not. There is a very big cautionary tale aspect of sci-fi. I think it s one of the things that really got me in and interested in the script when I read it the first time.RT: Just finally, you mentioned sci-fi as a genre you love, but I think I fell in love with your work, and many others did, with your sort of hardcore slasher material like High Tension and The Hills Have Eyes. I loved Piranha 3D as well. I m wondering: will you return to that genre? I think a lot of fans would love to see a really terrorizing horror film from you at some point in the future.Aja: I have them. I have a lot of them! With the traffic jam created by the pandemic, suddenly I have no idea which one is going to get done first. I still love the more extreme survival experience as well. I have a couple [of those films] that I m developing that I really want to make. Going back to Alien – Alien is the perfect mix between very smart and sophisticated sci-fi, and is a very brutal film as well.Oxygen is available on Netflix from May 12, 2021.

Netflix has acquired U.S., Canadian, and Latin American rights to release Aardman s A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon, which currently has a 97% Tomatometer score, based its UK and other international releases. The Studiocanal feature will be available on Netflix in early 2020. Synopsis:When an alien named LU-LA crash-lands near Mossy Bottom Farm, her magical powers, irrepressible mischief and galactic-sized burps soon have Shaun the Sheep and his flock enchanted. But when Shaun takes his new extraterrestrial friend on the road to find her lost spaceship, little does he know that a sinister alien-hunting agency is on their trail. Now Shaun and the flock must avert Farmageddon before it’s too late.Steven Soderbergh will executive produce Wireless, a survival drama on Quibi, the shortform streaming service set to debut next April. Ready Player One’s Tye Sheridan will star as a college student who is stuck in the Colorado mountains after a car crash and has nothing but his cell phone to try to save his own life. Steven Spielberg, Idris Elba, Trevor Noah, Guillermo del Toro, Jennifer Lopez, Lena Waithe, Sam Raimi, and Antoine Fuqua are among the other creatives creating content for Quibi.This Is Us star Sterling K. Brown is executive producer on Every Other Weekend, a comedy series being developed at Fox. The show follows four single moms who get together for two weekends every month – when their kids are with their exes – to revisit their younger days of fun and freedom. The show is created by Everybody Hates Chris writer Adrienne Carter, who will also star in the series, with Ryan Michelle Bathé (This Is Us) and Kimberly Hébert Gregory (Vice Principals). (Deadline)Captain America: Civil War directors Anthony and Joe Russo are producing Slugfest, a Quibi documentary series that will examine the rivalry between Marvel and DC. The series is based on author Reed Tucker’s 2017 book Slugfest: Inside the Epic, 50-Year Battle Between Marvel and DC.Sin City author Frank Miller has signed a deal with Legendary TV for the company to create live-action and animated TV series based on his graphic novel. Robert Rodriguez, who directed the 2005 Sin City movie, is negotiating to be executive producer on the series, which is guaranteed for at least one season as long as Legendary can secure a distribution deal with a network or streaming service.Emmy-winning Rick and Morty writer Jessica Gao is developing a She-Hulk series for Disney+.Jeopardy’s three winningest players – Ken Jennings, Brad Rutter, and James Holzhauer, who’ve won nearly million and more than 100 games in total – will battle each other for a million prize. Beginning on January 7 in primetime, the three will face other in a series of games until one person wins three matches, each consisting of two games. The winner gets a million bucks, and the other two win 0,000 each.Nat Geo is bringing back the series Brain Games, with new host Keegan-Michael Key, on January 20. Key will be joined by celebrities Anthony Anderson, Kristen Bell, Jack Black, Mark Cuban, Ted Danson, Tiffany Haddish, Dax Shepard, Meghan Trainor, the Farrelly brothers, and Rebel Wilson, who will participate in challenges, illusions, and demonstrations to help viewers discover “the untapped potential of our brains and reveal the science behind the tricks our own minds can play on us.”Former Saturday Night Live star Vanessa Bayer created and will star in the Showtime comedy pilot Big Deal, about a woman who survives childhood leukemia and realizes her dream of becoming a QVC host. The story is inspired by Bayer’s own experience as a survivor of leukemia when she was a child. Michael Showalter will direct the pilot, while Inside Amy Shumer writer Jessi Klein will be the series showrunner.The Masked Singer host Nick Cannon will host a syndicated talk show from New York City beginning in 2020.The Big Bang Theory alum Johnny Galecki is teaming with friend Brian Kelley, of the country music group Florida Georgia Line, to redevelop the comedy Bait and Tackle for CBS. The multicam comedy pilot was in consideration for pickup last season, but has been reworked to focus on a group of friends who run a bait shop in a small Georgia town. (THR)The cast of The Wire will reunite for the Deon Cole–hosted American Black Film Festival in Beverly Hills on February 23. The HBO drama is being recognized with the Classic Television Award at the ceremony.Eddie Murphy’s first time hosting Saturday Night Live in 35 years has been set for the show’s 2019-ending Dec. 21 episode, with musical guest Lizzo.Quibi has ordered a series version of the 1999 high school football movie Varsity Blues, which starred James Van Der Beek and the late Paul Walker. The movie’s producers Mike Tollin and Tova Laiter will serve as executive producers on the series.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week. ovies of 2021.Best Horror Movies of 202090 Best 70s Horror Movies | 84 Best 80s Horror Movies | 40 Best 90s Horror Movies80 Best 2000s Horror Movies | 50 Best 2010s Horror Movies| 200 Best Horror Movies Ever

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亚博APP在线下载地址 As we inch closer to the beginning of the summer movie season, we are starting to see a few more big-name properties show up on the release calendar, and March features not only a hotly anticipated sequel to a surprise horror hit, but also a new entry from Pixar and the latest live-action remake of an animated Disney classic. Beyond those titles, we also have a comic book adaptation starring Vin Diesel and a new interpretation of a Jane Austen novel just to round things out. See below for the most anticipated movies opening in March.1. A Quiet Place Part II (2021) 91%2,769 Want-to-See Votes#1 pick by our Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter fansOpens March 20Director John Krasinski had a hit on his hands with 2018 s A Quiet Place, in which he starred alongside his real-life wife Emily Blunt as a married couple with two children (after a tragic and horrifying opening scene) who live their lives in complete silence in an attempt to avoid detection by the bloodthirsty monsters who navigate by sound that have taken over the world. This month, we get the sequel, which finds Blunt s Evelyn Abbott traveling with son Marcus (Noah Jupe), daughter Regan (Millicent Simmonds), and her newborn infant until they come across other survivors and discover there s more to worry about than just the monsters. This film made it to the top of all of our social media polls and racked up the second-most Want-to-See votes among all March releases.2. Mulan (2020) 73%3,650 Want-to-See Votes#2 pick by our Facebook and Twitter fans, #3 pick by our Instagram fansOpens March 27Disney released three live-action remakes of their classic animated films in 2019 namely Dumbo, Aladdin, and The Lion King and while none of them exactly set critics hearts aflutter, the latter two especially made big splashes at the box office. With that context in mind, March brings us their latest effort, Mulan, starring Liu Yufei as the titular heroine who defies her father s wishes and joins the Imperial Chinese Army disguised as a man to represent her family. The supporting cast includes such renowned actors as Jet Li, Donnie Yen, and Gong Li, and fans on our social media accounts were excited enough about the movie to vote it into second place on Facebook and Twitter, and third place on Instagram. It also racked up the most Want-to-See votes of any March release on RT.3. Onward (2020) 88%1,252 Want-to-See Votes#2 pick by our Instagram fans, #4 pick by our Facebook and Twitter fansOpens March 6Part of Mulan s appeal is undeniably the nostalgia factor for adults who remember seeing the animated original more than 20 years ago, but Disney offshoot Pixar is also coming out with a new animated film that s ostensibly aimed at younger audiences but plays on some mature themes. MCU stars Chris Pratt and Tom Holland voice two elf brothers who live in a suburban fantasy world populated by trash unicorns and pet dragons where technology has pushed magic into obsolescence. When the two of them receive a magical gift from their deceased father that will allow them to resurrect him for 24 hours, and it only summons his lower half, they embark on a journey to find a way to bring back the rest of him before time runs out. This one made it into the top five of all of our social polls and garnered the third-most Want-to-See votes on RT, and on top of all that, it s already Certified Fresh.4. Bloodshot (2020) 30%1,099 Want-to-See Votes#3 pick by our Facebook and Twitter fansOpens March 13The vast majority of superhero movies made these days belong to either the MCU or the DCEU, but the landscape is slowly changing as other players join the fray. Enter Bloodshot, a murdered soldier who is resurrected by scientists and given superhuman abilities thanks to nanotechnology. The Valiant Comics anti-hero is played by Vin Diesel here, and reports have stated that the film is intended to be the first in its own cinematic universe. We ll have to wait and see how that goes after the film is released, but for now, moviegoers are looking forward to seeing the big-screen adaptation of the comic, as it ranked third in our Facebook and Twitter polls.5. EMMA. (2020) 87%1,391 Want-to-See Votes#5 pick by our Facebook fansOpens Wide March 6The last film on this month s list actually opened in limited release back on February 21, but it s expanding wide in the first week of March, thanks to a positive reception. Anya Taylor-Joy stars as Jane Austen s eponymous matchmaker, who discovers that maybe she s not as good at bringing people together as she thought she was, all while her own romance bubbles up and takes her by surprise. Director Autumn de Wilde s debut feature is already Certified Fresh, and critics say it s a whimsical adaptation that takes some time to get going but blossoms into a delightful treat. The film made it to fifth place in our Facebook poll and earned the fourth-most Want-to-See votes on RT.Thumnail image by Paramount PicturesLike this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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