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亚博登录官网采用百度引擎7(Baidu 0)Bad Boys for Life (2020) 76% Nobody asked for another sequel to Bad Boys, the Michael Bay-directed 1995 action hit starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence, but somebody got it in their head to do one anyway, and 17 years after the first sequel came out, here we are with another installment. Bad Boys for Life reunites Smith s suave, playboy Miami detective Mike Lowery with his family-man partner, Lawrence s Marcus Burnett, after the two have walked their own paths for some time. As they both prepare for retirement, a cartel boss with connections to their past initiates a vendetta against Mike, forcing them to work together alongside a team of younger cops to bring him down. Critics say the new film, helmed by the directorial team of Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah, improves on the template set by the previous two films, pulling the best elements from them and infusing the story with more heart, and the result is a surprisingly enjoyable ride. The film is somewhat tamer than Bay s typical macho posturing and wanton destruction, which is mostly a welcome development, and Smith and Lawrence sizzle on screen together like they haven t spent the last decade and a half apart. At the end of the day, Bad Boys for Life even had some critics looking forward to another installment, which says a lot for a movie hardly anyone wanted in the first place.

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Here come the Men in Black again. More than 20 years after the MIB franchise began with the 1997 comic book adaptation starring Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones and and seven years since the release of the previous installment, Men in Black: International arrives with new leads, Tessa Thompson and Chris Hemsworth, and new locations. Will the reboot sequel kick off a new series of movies? Should it? Early reviews ahead of its release indicate the MIB should have stuck with just the original trilogy. It might not be as bad as Men in Black II (or is it?), but there’s apparently just no good reason for it to exist.Here’s what critics are saying about Men in Black International:Is this a worthy resurrection?In a sense, it kind of feels like the perfect sequel to the original Men in Black. It’s an entertaining movie made better by the people in it.  Beth Elderkin, io9[It’s] as much fun as a MIB movie should be but with an international spin and some updated swagger.  Sherin Nicole, idobi.comMen in Black International aims to erase any memory that you’ve seen all this before… the last time was a whole lot better.  Eric Kohn, IndieWireThere’s little here that justifies prolonging a series that should probably have been Neuralyzed a couple of movies ago.  Neil Smith, Total FilmThere’s just no reason why Men in Black needed to be revived here other than it exists in an era of eternal intellectual property revival.  David Crow, Den of GeekNothing in the film felt like a vital piece of the Men in Black puzzle.  Anne Cohen, Refinery29[Continues] the trend of reviving known properties past their expiration date… finding comfort in the familiar rather than creating a bold new vision.  Robert Daniels, 812filmreviews(Photo by Columbia Pictures)So it s just more of the same?More of the same just done with flashier effects. Robert Daniels, 812filmreviewsA bland variation on the same MiB routine…[a] baffling cash grab. Eric Kohn, IndieWireThere are enough new ideas in International to set it apart from previous films in the Men in Black franchise. Molly Freeman, ScreenRantIt doesn t go down the remake route… instead of retreads of scenes from the first movie, there are just nods to the franchise s tropes.  Ian Sandwell, Digital SpyBut it doesn t repeat what actually works in the earlier movies?International manages to fundamentally misunderstand practically everything that made the original film so endearing, and so enduring. Joe Skrebels, IGN MoviesThe Men in Black equivalent of a latter-day Die Hard sequel, a movie that succeeds its predecessors in name only and fundamentally misunderstands what made the original appealing. Todd Gilchrist, NerdistIs it memorable on its own?Instantly forgettable. Audiences may feel as if they’ve been instantly ‘neuralysed’ after watching it, but the experience is fun while it lasts. Geoffrey Macnab, IndependentYou can sit through it without much complaint, but you won’t need neuralysing to forget the whole thing an hour or two later. Tim Robey, Daily TelegraphIt’s an improvement over Men in Black II and Men in Black 3, sequels that even its makers may have forgotten. Michael Phillips, Chicago Tribune(Photo by Columbia Pictures)How is the chemistry between Thompson and Hemsworth?The film lives and dies through Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson’s chemistry… these two must have had a lot of fun on set. Danielle Solzman, Solzy at the MoviesIt helps that [they] already established a kind of playfully combative dynamic in Thor: Ragnarok upon which it’s a pleasure to watch them build here. Peter Debruge, VarietyThe easy rapport is still there… [but] because it s a more by-the-book setup, it s slightly less interesting than the dynamic the actors had as Thor and Valkyrie. Molly Freeman, ScreenRantHemsworth and Thompson mine some easy chemistry, though never nearing the perfect alchemy of Smith and Jones before them. Dan Mecca, The Film StageDoes Tessa Thompson stand out?The best thing about the revamped Men in Black series is actually a woman… this is a fine and unexpected showcase for Thompson, whose poise and composure are notable. Todd McCarthy, Hollywood ReporterThe most satisfying thing about this outlandish extension of the MIB series comes from watching her step up to the challenge of co-headlining a blockbuster. Peter Debruge, VarietyShe’s simply interesting and funny and real, while also floating slightly above each new outsized absurdity… she lightens the load and keeps everything moving efficiently. Michael Phillips, Chicago Tribune(Photo by Columbia Pictures)What about Chris Hemsworth?As he proved in 2016’s Ghostbusters reboot, Hemsworth has a natural comic talent that’s been under-exploited in most of his work. Peter Debruge, VarietyHere’s hoping he continues to play funny. Dan Mecca, The Film StageHemsworth has a little fun in the part, but he’s going at half-speed, like everything else. Roger Moore, Movie NationAgent H is basically Thor in a penguin suit. Eric Kohn, IndieWireHow are the villains?I was in awe every time [Les Twins] were onscreen, and their abilities were used to their fullest potential to make an incredibly vivid visual. Beth Elderkin, io9Instead of being horrified by the nasty new alien adversaries H and M are fighting, we’re left perplexed as to why there have now been three movies this year that feature shapeshifting visitors from imperiled planets. David Crow, Den of GeekRebecca Ferguson s fun cameo makes you wish that her alien arms dealer Riza was the main villain. Ian Sandwell, Digital SpyOf the assorted supporting players, Ferguson does the most, and has the most fun with limited screen time. Todd McCarthy, Hollywood ReporterRebecca Ferguson [is] incredible in this tiny role. Robert Daniels, 812filmreviews(Photo by Columbia Pictures)Is there another standout performance in the movie?The true standout is Kumail Nanjiani, putting in memorable voice work as sidekick Pawny…nearly every joke lands when delivered by the saucy little alien. Dan Mecca, The Film StageNanjiani s Pawny is a fun addition. Molly Freeman, ScreenRantHis one liners and matter-of-fact delivery are quotable and will keep you giggling. Sherin Nicole, idobi.comI liken his role to that of Frank in MIB 2 with the exception being that this is a much better film. Danielle Solzman, Solzy at the MoviesPawny’s the funniest creation in a movie that often doesn’t go far enough with its outlandish parade of bug-eyed creations. Eric Kohn, IndieWireNanjiani s tiny alien friend is cute comic relief, even if he feels like a deus ex-machina in the final act. Anne Cohen, Refinery29Is the movie funny?It’s telling the biggest laugh in the film is a direct reference to Hemsworth’s work as an Avenger. Joe Skrebels, IGN MoviesWhat works is what’s funny. Michael Phillips, Chicago TribuneThe jokes land right where they should. Sherin Nicole, idobi.com(Photo by Columbia Pictures)How are the action and special effects?The fight choreography and action sequences are solid… the alien designs in this movie are fantastic. Beth Elderkin, io9Any set pieces here work best when introducing multitudes of fun creatures as well as showing off top-notch set and prop design. Dan Mecca, The Film StageThe action set pieces are largely forgettable, with the exception of the design and powers of the alien adversaries. Molly Freeman, ScreenRant[F. Gary] Gray doesn’t share Barry Sonnenfeld’s skill for juggling live-action and visual effects… in terms of basic execution, Men in Black: International is a mess. Peter Debruge, VarietyWill we look forward to another installment?I’m already anticipating the next film in the series!… Men in Black: International brings a solid foundation for a new trilogy. Danielle Solzman, Solzy at the MoviesNothing demonstrates such constraints more than the film’s ending, which confusingly features an open-ended scene meant to bridge to another installment. Robert Daniels, 812filmreviewsMen in Black: International opens in theaters June 14, 2019. Remember last week when some headlines were labeling Toy Story 4 a disappointment” because it did not live up to lofty expectations? Granted, winning a second straight weekend in this box office is not much of a feat, but the Pixar film’s numbers are still strong, and it leads a new crop of films that couldn t be labeled disappointments either.King of the Crop: Toy Story Stays on Top (Photo by Walt Disney Studios)There have only been 29 films in history to gross more than Toy Story 4 has in 10 days. It took seven days to become the fo

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(Photo by FX)Ryan Murphy s TV Series and Films Ranked by TomatometerWhat do you do when you ve conquered the worlds of network and cable TV, won a slew of awards for your efforts, and become one of the few household-name showrunners in the country? Do it all again.Murphy, who made waves in 2018 with a record-breaking Netflix deal that resulted in series like Ratched and Halston, is also the executive producer in the latest installment of FX s American Crime Story: Impeachment, which is about the Bill Clinton sex scandal of the 1990s and is created by Sarah Burgess. The new season, at 70% on the Tomatometer (as of September 8, 2021), caused an 8-point drop in the anthology series score, moving it lower on our list of Murphy properties.The producer, writer, director, and showrunner has been hugely influential in the medium, inspiring a resurgence in TV musicals with his high-school set Fox series Glee, unleashing a flood of anthology projects with FX s American Horror Story, creating trans awareness with his Emmy-winning FX show Pose, and gathering an informal troupe of fiercely loyal top acting talent, including Sarah Paulson, who portrays Clinton whistle-blower Linda Tripp in the new limited series. He has also been involved with several movies, such as directing Netflix s film adaptation of the musical The Prom and directing and executive producing the HBO film adaptation of the AIDS crisis play The Normal Heart.Here s how Murphy s movies and series stand so far by Tomatometer score. Click into TV titles to see how each season performed and which are Certified Fresh.

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Movement on the She-Hulk front gives Marvel fans another hero to look forward to, big changes are ahead for CBS All Access and DC Universe, Starz doubles-down on 50 Cent, and more of the week s top news, trailers, and other TV and streaming developments.TOP STORYThe Orphan Black Star Lined Up to Star as the Marvel Attorney/Superheroine (Photo by Marvel Comics; Valerie Macon/AFP via Getty Images)The MCU’s TV wing just got a little more badass: Orphan Black star Tatiana Maslany has been tapped by Marvel to star in its Disney+ She-Hulk series, playing the leading lady who snagged super powers after sharing some of cousin Bruce Banner’s — a.k.a. The Hulk’s — blood.She-Hulk is attorney Jennifer Walters in her regular life, but she grows green and large and super strong and powerful as She-Hulk. She-Hulk, unlike Bruce, usually maintains her personality and intelligence when she Hulks out. The character was set to be featured in a live-action movie played by Brigitte Nielsen in the 1990s, but the film was never made.In addition to Maslany’s casting, which was first reported by Deadline, Kat Corio, who has directed episodes of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Modern Family, and Dead to Me, was announced as the director of the She-Hulk pilot and several additional eps, as well as an executive producer on the series, which will be under the showrunner leadership of Rick and Morty Emmy winner Jessica Gao.Maslany, an Emmy winner for Orphan Black, most recently starred with Matthew Rhys in HBO’s Perry Mason remake.CBS All Access To Become Paramount+ and Making an Offer We Can’t Refuse with New Godfather Making-Of Series(Photo by Paramount Pictures)Goodbye, CBS All Access, hello Paramount+ and some new programming to be excited about. The Viacom-owned streaming service that is currently home to all things new in the Star Trek series world will revamp and rename itself Paramount+ early in 2021, and will add a lineup of additional series that, like Trek, will be new versions of old favorites.The service, which will offer TV programming from Viacom networks like BET, Comedy Central, MTV, VH1, and Nickelodeon, as well as movies, is combining both genres for The Offer, a 10-episode limited TV series from writer and executive producer Michael Tolkin about Al Ruddy’s experience producing The Godfather. Ruddy won the Best Picture Oscar for The Godfather, and was presented with the statue by Clint Wastwood. He later shared his second Best Picture Oscar with Eastwood (and Tom Rosenberg) for the Eastwood-directed and starring drama Million Dollar Baby.Also in the lineup for Paramount+, which will boast more than 30,000 TV episodes and movies:• A revival of Mara Brock Akil’s The Game, the 2006-15 CW and BET sitcom now streaming on Netflix• The Real Criminal Minds, a true crime docuseries based on the CBS procedural• A reboot of the classic VH1 musical biography series Behind the Music that will now focus on the top 40 artists of the last 40 years• Lioness, a new spy drama from Yellowstone creator Taylor Sheridan, about a Marine who is tasked with befriending the daughter of a terrorist to help destroy the criminal organization• The SpongeBob SquarePants spin-off Kamp KoralParamount+ will also be the home of continuing CBS All Access original series like The Good Fight, The Twilight Zone, Star Trek: Discovery, Star Trek: Picard, Star Trek: Lower Decks, and the upcoming Star Trek: Strange New Worlds. DC Universe To Evolve into Digital Comic Book Subscription Service(Photo by DC Universe)As HBO Max takes over streaming DC premium video content, including classics and originals, the DC Universe will evolve into DC Universe Infinite, a digital comic book subscription service scheduled for a January 21 relaunch. Subscribers to the service will get digital-first comics, exclusive access to DC fan events, as well as recently released comics six months after the physical versions hit store shelves.Along with the news, HBO Max announced it has ordered a third season of Warner Bros. Animation’s critically acclaimed DC Universe adult animated comedy series Harley Quinn, starring Kaley Cuoco.Power Producer and Star 50 Cent Developing More Starz Dramas, Including One About 50 Cent(Photo by Mireya Acierto/Getty Images)Starz might want to consider renaming itself The 50 Cent Network, because the rapper, producer, and star of the cable network’s hit drama Power (which has already launched a spin-off and has three more in the works) is loading another pair of dramas into the Starz development lineup.50 Cent’s G-Unit Film and Television company is developing a series about a female sports agent, based on real-life agent and attorney Nicole Lynn (who will be an executive producer on the series). The project is from writer Tash Grey, who is also writing Power Book III: Raising Kanan, the upcoming second Power spin-off, a prequel that will focus on the character played by 50 Cent.50 Cent (real name: Curtis Jackson) is also developing an anthology series about hip hop, Moment in Time: The Massacre, with plans for the first season of the show to revolve around Jackson’s feud with fellow musician The Game, which included a murder-for-hire plot and music executive Jimmy Rosemond going to prison for life. The series will be written and produced by Abdul Williams, writer and producer of BET’s fantastic The New Edition Story and The Bobby Brown Story miniseries.And Jackson is an executive producer on the first Power spin-off, Power Book II: Ghost, which debuted on Starz on September 6. Picking up right after the series finale of Power, the sequel is already a big hit for Starz. New subscriptions rose 42 percent in the week after the premiere of the series – created by Courtney A. 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This week s Ketchup brings you more headlines from the world of film development news, covering such titles as Scorsese s Killers of the Flower Moon, Flash Gordon, and the Hunger Games prequel.This WEEK S TOP STORYTAIKA WAITITI S ANIMATED FLASH GORDON WILL BE LIVE ACTION INSTEAD(Photo by Rodin Eckenroth/Getty Images)In the summer of 2019, we first learned that Taika Waititi (Thor: Ragnarok, What We Do in the Shadows) had been hired to write and eventually direct an animated adaptation of the classic serial sci-fi hero Flash Gordon. This week, producer John Davis was doing the PR rounds to promote Jungle Cruise, and he gave a surprising Flash Gordon update that might actually raise the reboot s profile considerably: Instead of being an animated feature as originally planned, Taika Waititi s Flash Gordon will be live action. Although there were three Flash Gordon serials from 1936 to 1940, the character has only headlined one live-action feature film in the 80 years since, which was the 1980 Flash Gordon (Certified Fresh at 83%), starring Sam Jones with a soundtrack by Queen. We can probably expect to wait a few years for Waititi s film, however, as he also has Thor: Love and Thunder (5/6/2022), the soccer movie Next Goal Wins, We re Wolves (a mockumentary about werewolves), and his untitled Star Wars movie all currently in the works.Other Top Headlines1. BRENDAN FRASER JOINS MARTIN SCORSESE S KILLERS OF THE FLOWER MOON(Photo by ©Lionsgate)Brendan Fraser recently wrapped filming of Darren Aronofsky s The Whale, in which he will play a 600 lb. man seeking to reconnect with his estranged teenage daughter (played by Sadie Sink from Stranger Things). Now, Fraser is quickly moving from working with one acclaimed director to another, as he has joined the cast of Killers of the Flower Moon, the next film from Martin Scorsese. Fraser will play lawyer W.S. Hamilton in the Apple TV+ and Paramount Pictures feature film, which is based on the true crime story originally depicted in the nonfiction book of the same title by David Grann. Fraser joins a cast that includes Jesse Plemons (in a lead role) and frequent Scorsese collaborators (and Academy Award winners) Robert De Niro and Leonardo DiCaprio. Brendan Fraser has also joined the cast of Brothers, the next movie from director Max Barbakow (Palm Springs, Certified Fresh at 95%).2. JOHN WICK DIRECTOR CHAD STAHELSKI TAKING ON ASSASSIN NOVEL SHIBUMI (Photo by Isa Foltin/Getty Images)Authors nowadays just don t have cool pen names as often as they used to. Trevanian was the nom de plume of an American writer who specialized in airport novels, the most famous of which was probably The Eiger Sanction, which was adapted as the eponymous 1975 assassin movie (Fresh at 68%) starring Clint Eastwood. Chad Stahelski is the stuntman-turned-director behind the John Wick franchise, which is also about a deadly assassin, so you can probably guess where this is going. Even as he s about to begin filming John Wick 4, Stahelski has started developing an adaptation of the 1979 Trevanian novel Shibumi, about an assassin who is recruited to take on a conspiracy of energy companies that secretly controls much of the western world. It s worth noting that Stahelski is accruing a large development slate, of which Shibumi is just the latest, so it will have to wait its turn alongside such projects as Ghost of Tsushima, Classified, Kill or Be Killed, and the Highlander reboot.3. HUNGER GAMES PREQUEL TO START FILMING SOON (Photo by Murray Close/Lionsgate courtesy Everett Collection)The Young Adult (YA) novel-based movie fad came and went so quickly that it might seem odd to realize that the very first installment of The Hunger Games (Certified Fresh at 84%) came out as recently as nine years ago, and the last movie was only six years ago. That four-film franchise was a huge financial boon to Lionsgate, which grossed nearly billion worldwide from it, but when it ended in 2015, it also left a big, blockbuster-sized hole for them to fill in their production calendar. Luckily for them, author Suzanne Collins published a prequel novel called The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes last year. During a quarterly earnings call this week, Lionsgate chairman Joe Drake confirmed that filming of The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes is expected to start in the first half of 2022, aiming for a theatrical release in late 2023 or early 2024. The prequel will tell the story of the 18-year-old (future President) Coriolanus Snow as he gets his chance to be a mentor during the Tenth Hunger Games. Presumably, whoever lands the lead role will resemble a very young Donald Sutherland.4. NICHOLAS HOULT TO STAR AS CREEPY DRACULA HENCHMAN RENFIELD (Photo by Elizabeth Goodenough/Everett Collection)According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Bram Stoker s Dracula has the distinction of being the most frequently adapted literary character in film (Sherlock Holmes is the most adapted human literary character). With that many movie versions of Dracula, there have also been dozens of portrayals of his insane, bug-munching human henchman Renfield, but usually as a supporting character. Always looking to continue their Universal Classic Monsters franchise, Universal Pictures is now developing a solo movie for Renfield, with Nicholas Hoult (Mad Max: Fury Road, X-Men: First Class) attached to star. Chris McKay (The LEGO Batman Movie, The Tomorrow War) will direct Renfield from a screenplay by Rick and Morty writer Ryan Ridley, based on an original screenplay by Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead, Invincible). Although no specific premise details have been revealed yet, the setting is believed to be in the modern day, not in the Victorian Era England of the original novel.5. SNL S COLIN JOST CO-WRITING A NEW TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES REBOOT (Photo by Jason Smith/Everett Collection)The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have a way more complicated history than the casual observer might expect (and it goes all the way back to their start as a grim and gritty Daredevil spoof indie comic book). Besides the first three live-action films, there was also an animated movie in 2007 and a pair of more recent live-action movies in 2014 and 2016 with the turtles as CGI characters (and that s without getting into all the TMNT movies that didn t happen). Last year, we first heard that Seth Rogen and his frequent collaborator Evan Goldberg were developing a CGI reboot feature film with Nickelodeon, but as it turns out, that is now just one of two reboots being developed concurrently. Saturday Night Live star Colin Jost and his brother Casey Jost will also write a second Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot for Paramount Pictures. The division between the two reboots seems to be that the Jost brothers are working on a version closer to the gritty comic book origins, while Seth Rogen s is more lighthearted like the 1980s animated TV series. The Jost brothers version will also probably come later than Seth Rogen s, which is currently scheduled for August 11, 2023.6. CHRONICLE SEQUEL FINALLY HAPPENING WITH A COMPLETELY DIFFERENT CAST (Photo by Alan Markfield/©20th Century Fox Film Corp.)Up above, we touched upon the came-and-went YA novel adaptation fad, and another trend that has largely fallen out of vogue is the found footage genre first popularized by The Blair Witch Project. For a while, found footage was a lucrative format that gave Hollywood a few surprise hits (such as the Paranormal Activity franchise) and the 2012 superhero drama Chronicle (Certified Fresh at 85%). There was talk for years about a Chronicle sequel, but the personal developments for some of the creatives involved seemed to decrease the chances of that happening, to the point where director Josh Trank said in 2020 that he actively worked to prevent it. As it turns out, however, Jungle Cruise producer John Davis does indeed plan on moving forward with a Chronicle sequel, although it may be a very different film than was originally planned. This sequel will be set about 10 years after the original Chronicle (suggesting filming in 2022?) and will revolve around a group of female college students who discover that they are the next generation with super powers. Davis also did not clarify whether the found footage technique would be used for the Chronicle sequel.7. POPULAR SQUISHMALLOWS PILLOWS TO EXPAND INTO FILM, TV, AND GAMES(Photo by The Washington Post/Getty Images)Some trends blow up simply by being the right idea at the right time. Consider, for example, the case of the Squishmallows, an expansive line (1,000+) of character-themed huggable pillows that first launched in 2017 as sort of a cross between pillows, anime influences, and the Beanie Baby craze of the 1990s. Squishmallows may have eventually become popular in any case, but their expansion may have been significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, with people seeking something adorable to hug while stuck at home for months. Jazwares, the company behind Squishmallows, is seeking to build upon their newfound success by partnering with the powerful Creative Artists Agency (CAA). CAA will work with Jazware to push the Squishmallows franchise into film, TV, video games, publishing, and live touring. So that doesn t mean that there is a Squishmallows movie project in development just yet, but it certainly sounds like it s just a matter of time.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
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Ghcxuf tories filmed weeks prior sit abandoned, covered in fake blood and gore — evidence of the sheer speed of production.)“We’re shooting so fast that when one of them is done, the guys just throw it on the floor in the room and grab the next one and run to set. So when you walk by our lock-up, everything is just thrown everywhere. There’s no time to even pick anything up,” Nicotero said. “The skin crawlers, the big bloody monster, they’re all on the ground. We finish shooting and it was soaked in blood and they just dropped it and it’s still sitting there, because you don’t even have five minutes to wipe the blood off. We’re moving that fast.”4. He hired big names to star.(Photo by Shudder)How did the little horror series for a streaming service wind up with genre heavyweights like Tricia Helfer, Adrienne Barbeau, Jeffrey Combs, and Bruce Davidson, plus other stars including Giancarlo Esposito, David Arquette, Kid Cudi, and Big Boi (yeah, Outkast’s Big Boi)?“I literally texted every single actor I’ve ever worked with to find out what they were up to and I was like, ‘Come on, let’s play, it’ll be fun,’” Nicotero said. One thing he could promise his pals: It’s quick. You come in, you shoot a couple of days, and you leave. So in that regard it’s been fun, but it’s also been insanely hard.”5. The scary stories include adaptations and originals.(Photo by Shudder)Adaptations include Stephen King’s “Gray Matter” (which kicks off the series), Joe Hill’s “By the Silver Water of Lake Champlain,” Joe R. Lansdale’s “The Companion,” Josh Malerman’s “The House of the Head,” Christopher Buehlman’s “The Man in the Suitcase,” Bruce Jones’ “All Hallows Eve,” and John Skipp and Dori Miller’s “Times Is Tough in Musky Holler.”The original stories include “Lydia Layne’s Better Half” by John Harrison and Nicotero, “Skincrawlers” by Paul Dini and Stephen Langford, “Night of the Paw” by John Esposito, and “Bad Wolf Down” by Rob Schrab.Again, Nicotero hit up his friends to obtain the season’s best-known story: “I actually wrote Stephen King and said, ‘Can’t be Creepshow without a Stephen King story. What do you think?’ And he’s like, ‘I have just the story!’ Within 20 minutes, Stephen had two different stories that he had proposed,” Nicotero said, and once production began, it was clear “Gray Matter” was the right choice. “It was just cool that he said, ‘Yeah man, sure.’”6. It honors its roots.(Photo by Warner Brothers/courtesy Everett Collection)While filmmaking techniques have advanced in the more than 35 years since the original, which was originally designed to pay tribute to mid-century horror comics, this Creepshow retains much of its look. That means intros and outros that use the familiar comic book motif.“Because of the comic book vibe with all the panels, I think Creepshow is a different experience. We are really embracing the split-screens and going through the panels. So it’s got that flair and flavor to it, which is great,” Nicotero said.And the crew — from prop makers to set decorators — are also reverent horror fans, and have filled the series with plenty of Easter Eggs. Gray Matter has “probably 30” nods to King’s work. An ash tray from the original film owned by one of Nicotero’s friends appears in every episode.“I want people to look and then they’ll watch it a couple more times,” he said of “Gray Matter.” “There’s a lot of little things. Comic books, the voodoo doll – I forget half of them because we’ve been shooting for seven weeks. I’ll probably go back and go, ‘Oh s , I forgot about that one!’ But it’s been fun because even the art department guys come and go, ‘Look, we made this!’ and I’m like ‘That’s great, I didn’t think about that!’ Even ‘The House of the Head,’ … it’s a really great psychological thriller about a little girl who comes home and her dollhouse is haunted. She goes to the store and she’s like, ‘I need help,’ and she goes to the store and gets a cop and puts the cop toy in and then the cop gets killed and she goes and gets an Indian. We did a little Chief Woodenhead from Creepshow 2 as the Indian. All that nerdy s where we’re doing it and I’m like, ‘No one’s ever going to notice this,’ and on set, half the crew is like, ‘Is that Chief Woodenhead?!’ I’m like, ‘How the f do you guys know that? This is great.’ So there’s a lot of that kind of stuff, and it’s been fun.”New episodes of Creepshow debut Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT on Shudder’s TV live-stream and On Demand.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week. 😈😈


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murderous doll. But we did pick up several details that even the trailers have yet to reveal.Here’s what we learned.These Aren t Your 1980s Karen and AndyJust as in the original, the story revolves around a single mother and son, Karen and Andy Barclay. Here, they’re played by Aubrey Plaza and Gabriel Bateman, respectively, and Andy’s about double the age of the original character, at 12 now. With age, Andy’s character deepens from a 6-year-old naïf to a sweet but moody pre-teen who loves his mom, even if she doesn’t understand him at all.Karen is also a little less chaste in this version. In the original, she was a widow, but, here, it’s assumed dad just never stuck around. As the producers said, Karen being a single mom was the subtext in the old film, but “it’s the text of the new film.” Karen fills her time with bad boyfriend Shane, who, like most bad boyfriends in moviedom, is not long for this world. There’s a potential for a little romance, however, with Detective Mike, played by Brian Tyree Henry.Detective Mike is a kind of moral center of the story and lives in an old building with Karen and Andy. When Karen can’t deal, she escapes to the dingy basement and smokes, which is where Mike can find her. We saw one such scene being filmed at Riverview, where Plaza and Henry improvised a tender moment shared between their two characters. Klevberg certainly seemed to be an actor’s director, allowing emotion to drive the scene, quite a bit different from the original. 在英雄联盟手游中一切都很熟悉,但又让玩家感到陌生。因为你不再是使用键盘和鼠标操作,而是使用手机触屏操作。手游端在操控方面做了许多简化,所有技能都融入到屏幕右边的虚拟按键上,左边则是控制方向,所有技能都有施法辅助,帮助玩家尤其是新手玩家理解,就算像瑞雯、亚索这般需要繁琐操控的角色,在手游端上也能流畅的操控起来,新手也不难上手。


(Photo by Walt Disney Pictures)What are you most proud of in your career so far?I m one of the guest critics on a BBC radio show here called Mark Kermode s and Simon Mayo s Film Review. It s live radio.My whole life, I have suffered from pretty bad anxiety and stage fright. I, at one point, wanted to be an actor, and I think the fear really stopped me from pursuing that properly. And so, being able to do that and go on live radio and speak to many, many people at the same time is terrifying but satisfying beyond words. It has been such an amazing, surreal experience. I just feel very proud of myself that I m able to do that.I d imagine that, as a writer, you spend so much time delicately thinking over your words – to be live sounds terrifying.Yeah. You can t take it back, that s the thing. If you write something and you hate it, you delete it. Radio, you say something, you can t take it back. It s totally terrifying.What is the hardest review that you ve ever written – or, if it was on the radio, delivered live?The one I immediately thought of was just last year: I saw Cats and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker – it was a double bill. My deadline for both of the reviews was the next morning. I really had to stay up all night writing about what, for me, were two incredibly surreal experiences.Cats, on a very obvious level – I feel like everyone had a very strange experience with that. But, also, I am a huge, huge Star Wars fan, and so, Rise of Skywalker was like three Christmases at the same time. But, then, the film didn t really do the things I was hoping it would do, so I was dealing with all the emotions of that. That was just a really strange night.What’s your favorite classic film?Wilder s The Apartment, because there’s something I love about just semi-optimistic endings – because that also has that feeling of everything could be terrible.You could be a loser and have nothing. You just feel like you ve got nothing going on. But, there s other people just like you, and maybe you ll find them, and together you can be a little bit less of a loser. I don t know why, but that, to me, is just like “yes.” That is how I want to see the world. That makes me feel great about everything.Do you have advice for critics who are still finding their voice?I think just try to be honest with yourself, because that s what I find so hard about this industry.This is the thing. You are on a weekly basis exposing yourself to the world – not exposing yourself, because that sounds really dodgy, but exposing your soul to the world every week. You have to be quite vulnerable to do that. It s scary, especially when it s a film that is about something very personal or something controversial, and you re really having to make your stand with it.It s so easy to feel trapped by that and to feel scared, that you don t want to be honest with yourself because you re worried that, “Oh, that s going to be different from how everyone else thinks. I m going to go against the status quo. I m going to stand out in a good way or a bad way.”Just have the courage to be like, This is my honest opinion. I stand by it. I am being true to myself. This is my voice. Stick by it. If people are being mean, just block them on Twitter, and find nice people who will support you.Is there someone in your life who isn t a critic, whose opinion on movies you really admire?I would say my best friend, because when I m having those anxieties about a review – and I think that my opinion might be terrible and stupid, and everyone will make fun of me – I go to my best friend. I will describe my opinion, and even if he hasn t seen the film, he s so good at listening and giving his take. We have quite similar taste in films, but in the ways that they vary, I find really interesting. We re always wanting to talk about that because we have quite similar personalities. But, it s like, why do we have such different tastes on a handful of specific movies?

亚博登录官网 So, you ve got yourself all painted up, put some green in your hair, and slipped on your maroon suit for Oscars night – a.k.a. the night Joaquin finally gets justice? And you ve got the tall long shots out – the only way to party when single-long-shot flick 1917 is a Best Picture favorite? Good. Now all you need is a great Oscar ballot to pass around to your party guests to make this Oscars night interesting. Below, you ll find a full printable Oscar ballot for 2020, including Tomatometer and Audience Scores for all the nominated films.Really want to ace your Oscar ballot? Then you will want to consult our 2020 Oscar Predictions. We looked at Tomatometer scores, our Awards Leaderboard, and what we ve been hearing during awards season to make these expert picks. Some categories are locks – no one is beating out Renée Zellweger for Best Actress – and some categories are thrilling two-horse races. None more so perhaps than the big one, Best Picture, which is looking to come down to a contest between Bong Joon-ho s socio-political thriller (and comedy and drama and satire!), Parasite, and Sam Mendes WWI flick, 1917. So choose wisely.Download the full printable 2020 Oscar ballot below – and good luck.Recommended: The 2020 Oscar Winners and Nominees – Full List Recommended: The 2020 Oscar Nominees Gallery – See the Noms with their Certified Fresh Awards

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