AG体育手机版采用百度引擎9（Baidu 4）Are the Performances in Cursed Magical? Langford is an excellent choice for Nimue. She is strong and resilient yet somewhat trusting and naïve. — Allison Rose, FlickDirectTerell is brilliant as Arthur. A Black Arthur does feel radical, but he is a co-lead and sidekick to Langford s Nimue. Cursed is still a lot of fun, but don t expect anything too revolutionary from this safely subversive new Netflix show. — Rosie Knight, NerdistAlmost no one can act and those who can are taking it easy. — Lucy Mangan, GuardianIs Cursed’s Fantasy Believable?(Photo by Courtesy of Netflix © 2020)Cursed’s Fey, made up of snake-skinned, tusked and other hybrid humanoids, all with their own cultures, efficiently establishes them as a living, breathing species independent of their human relatives. — Hannah Collins, CBRIs Cursed Cheaply Made or Flashy and Stylish? (Photo by Netflix © 2020)Cursed does a fine job of stylizing its visuals, as well as building a complex story base (even if the latter feels too bulky at times). — Kimberly Ricci, UproxxCursed may not be the most serious or profound program that TV has to offer, but you won t find many shows more solidly built or satisfying. — Judy Berman, TIME MagazineWith twists and turns you might not see coming, no matter how well you know Arthurian Legend, Cursed delivers a fun and wild ride. It also has serious Game Of Thrones vibes. — Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyFinal Thoughts? (Photo by Courtesy of Netflix © 2020)Featuring a lot of promise but failing in the execution tonally, Cursed is unfortunately a bit of a missed opportunity to breathe new life into the Arthurian legend. — Nicola Austin, We Have a HulkCursed makes complete its clumsy tightrope walk, but will need to build stronger support for any feminist goals it has for future seasons. — B.L. Panther, The SpoolCursed will do — it’s nowhere near perfect but its attempt to take on an alternative tale with a female, strong lead, makes the whole viewing worthwhile. — Daniel Hart, Ready Steady CutBloated yet entertaining, Cursed carves out a uniquely weird kitsch-fantasy niche for itself, even if it doesn t always quite know what it wants to be. — Shaun Munro, Flickering MythI never was able to fully give myself over to Cursed, but I never really got bored and I think there s a better show laying in wait for a second season. More Pym, please! — Dan Fienberg, Hollywood ReporterThe highs of the series far outweigh the lows, and Cursed manages to tell an exciting and surprisingly timely tale with Nimue and the rest of the Arthurian roster. It is sure to fill the void in the hearts of fantasy fans everywhere. — Charlie Ridgely, ComicBook.com
氪老氪这么多钱，要么是真心喜欢这个游戏，要么是想要追求满足感，刀剑神域手游的质量，肯定是让人爱不起来了，那么唯一能够让氪老留下来的原因就是给氪老带来满足感了，这个时候白嫖玩家就很关键了，一个只有氪老打架的游戏，氪老怎么会喜欢呢？敢情自己氪了这么多，还装不了杯，那我氪来做什么？AG体育手机版Though the requisite French fashion designer–diva in Emily In Paris might consider the show s title basic, Americans might instead call it forthright. The name of the new Netflix rom-com starring Lily Collins tells you exactly what you re going to get: the story of a successful young American and her fabulous new life in Paris.From Sex and the City and Younger creator Darren Star, the show follows Collins Emily, a twentysomething marketing manager who gets a promotion and moves to the City of Lights to run social media for a luxury French marketing agency. Culture clashes abound, both in the office and in her personal life. While she quickly makes friends in her French chef neighbor (Lucas Bravo), Chinese ex-pat Mindy (Ashley Park), and stylish Parisian Camille (Camille Razat), Emily finds it much harder to fit in at work, where her all-American effervescence and inability to speak French aren t exactly appreciated.(Photo by Carole Bethuel/Netflix)The series, which was originally commissioned for Paramount Network, but moved to Netflix after some corporate shuffling, is Star s first streaming series. I love the idea that people can binge this show, and they re not waiting for next week and next week and next week, Star told Rotten Tomatoes over Zoom ahead of the Emily In Paris premiere.Before you grab some champagne and chocolate and settle in for a binge, read on to find out what else you need to know about the fizzy rom-com.1. Living In Paris(Photo by Carole Bethuel/Netflix)The first thing to know about the series, which was filmed in Paris late last summer and fall, is that living the Parisian life is just as dreamy as you d expect. I wish for jealousy s sake that I could say it wasn t the best time ever, Park told Rotten Tomatoes, but that just wasn t the case: I couldn t have had more fun if I tried. Days off included strolling along the Seine, trying new restaurants, and sipping plenty of wine. Park got an apartment in the historic 4th arrondissement neighborhood of the Marais, and it was exactly what Emily is going through, but I was living it in real time, Park said. There is a wine bar that I took almost everyone who visited me that had the best orange wine and was about the size of this little living room — it s the best. Lucas Bravo and Camille Razat, they would take me out to their favorite French spots, she said.Of course, moving anywhere new is a difficult and isolating experience, and it takes Emily a little while to feel comfortable. Then there s the fact that although the historic buildings in Paris are beautiful, they do have some downsides; for one, the frequent need of repair.Collins experienced the personality of the city s aging infrastructure first hand. Though she said she had a similarly blissful time exploring Paris — her first time in the city for more than a handful of days — she also had some less-than-idyllic experiences like her character. I had a lot of meta experiences as Lily and Emily, like, where my hot water didn t work for two weeks, or my heating stopped working or just funny things where I was like, OK, this is Lily, but it s also very Emily, Collins said.2. Working in Paris(Photo by Carole Bethuel/Netflix)Like all of Star s series, there s a fantasy element at work in this show. First of all, Emily is described as a marketing executive at the ripe old age of not-even-30, which is a bit of an exaggeration even if she was a wunderkind who worked her way up the corporate ladder quickly. But even so, the culture clash at her new company is very extreme, with the buttoned-up French staff not at all receptive to Emily s over-eager, bubbly personality and ask for forgiveness, not permission work style.Emily is a fish out of water careening forward without first assessing how her new colleagues operate (a rookie mistake). It s an interesting situation for Emily because she was sent there last minute, Collins explained. So the office is expecting someone older who speaks French, and she arrives and she s someone younger who doesn t understand the language at all. So right away, it s like, Oh, wait, this is not gonna work. Emily is very passionate, loves her work, and is very articulate, and quite loud and obvious. And so when she comes bustling in to prove herself right away, it can seem like a lot, Collins said. Her youthful boldness, her youthful passion, at the beginning is like a full train rolling, going straight ahead 20 miles an hour too fast. 3. Romance in Paris(Photo by Stephanie Branchu/Netflix)Paris is also called the City of Love for a reason — it is tres romantic, especially the version of Paris captured by this breezy 30-minute show. Emily has a boyfriend back home, a fancy client who s extremely into her, and sizzling chemistry with neighbor Gabriel, who s also a chef at the bistro downstairs from their apartments.But above all, Collins said, I think this is a romantic comedy where mostly Emily s trying to find love within herself. The City of Love is teaching her so much about finding love within herself, and then obviously with these people that she s meeting. It shouldn t be too much of a spoiler to tease that perhaps something explosive will happen between Emily and her hot chef neighbor — come on, you ve seen a romantic comedy before, right? The situation is very complicated on both ends, Bravo said, but Gabriel ultimately can t resist the sparks between them. He s wearing that charming self-confidence mask, but he s really lost, the Nice-born actor said. And when Emily comes around, and at his doorstep — he is not looking for her, she really steps into his life — he sees this very curious character; he sees an opportunity. It s like, OK, what I m feeling right now, I need to experience it because I felt kind of dead all this time and lost, and I feel something right now so I need to experience it. 4. Cooking (and Eating) in Paris(Photo by Roger Do Minh/Netflix)While Park is Tony-nominated for her work in Broadway s Mean Girls musical and Collins has been a big-screen star for years, American audiences won t be as familiar with Bravo. The actor was born in the South of France but lived all across Europe as the son of a professional soccer player, settling in Paris to finish his studies. After a five-year stint in Los Angeles, he moved back to Paris, where he s worked in TV and film for the past few years.As someone who moved around a lot as a kid, Bravo said he s comfortable in all sorts of situations, and that includes his professional life. But his role as a chef isn t necessarily that big of a stretch, since he s got his own skills in the kitchen from his stint working as a chef. I was bartending, and at some point, I was like, I don t think I can learn anything more about bartending. So I asked the chef, because the sous chef just left, I asked him if I could step in and he said yes, Bravo said. And so I started learning and cooking the little plates at first and then he made me part of the bigger process. And the kitchen was open so the customers could see us, and I was totally overplaying it. Sometimes the omelet didn t have to jump so high, but I would just [do it] just for the sake of it. I discovered what it is to be a chef and the food was actually good! 5. Season 2 in ParisEmily and Gabriel s burgeoning relationship, of course, gets complicated as the season progresses, leaving lots of potential storylines should the series get picked up for a second season.While Netflix typically takes a month or two to decide whether to renew a show, Star said that he has ideas ready should they get the green light. So although he hasn t formally started working on a second season, there s a lot of roads to take. So that s the idea: to have a lot of possibilities. Collins is also excited about further exploring that Emily-Gabriel dynamic and said: Hopefully we get to go to a season 2, because we can kind of maximize on that since we are left with a cliffhanger in the last episode, we don t know how it ends yet. Emily In Paris launches on Netflix on Friday, October 2.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
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8.92.5 8月喜迎h, the most likely to succeed. She’s the woman with the plan to track down the killer and the guts to charge into the crowd of the Croaker Queen Pageant talent competition to save her friend. Unfortunately, luck just wasn’t on her side.Paige in House of Wax (2005) 27%(Photo by © Warner Bros. )Played by Paris HiltonWhen it was announced that Paris Hilton would play a supporting character in Jaume Collet-Serra’s remake of House of Wax, there was a resounding cheer that audiences would get to see this real-life heel bloodily sacrificed for the movie gods. The thing is: Hilton killed it. She infused Paige with the same detached and fascinating poppy materialism she possessed in her reality show, becoming the best love-to-hate- em sidekick.Vasquez in Aliens (1986) 97%Played by Jenette GoldsteinThe descriptor “badass” is tossed around for really any female character who demonstrates anything remotely “strong.” But Jenette Goldstein’s Vasquez is potentially the only character worthy of being called a badass. Her barbed quips and buff biceps are perhaps the most memorable aspect of an extremely memorable film. She exudes fearlessness and feels nearly immortal… until she doesn’t.Yara in It Follows (2014) 95%(Photo by © RADiUS-TWC/courtesy Everett Collection)Played by Olivia LuccardiOlivia Luccardi’s Yara is more than a sidekick, she’s the one-woman Greek chorus of It Follows. At first, she seems like a typical tech-obsessed, disinterested teen, constantly reading things on her fictional clamshell e-reader, occasionally glancing up to sneer at her friends’ poor choices. But nearly everything Yara reads aloud to her friends contains a philosophical key to their situation, advice, and omens.Alexia in Raw (2016) 92%(Photo by © Focus World /courtesy Everett Collection)Played by Ella RumpfThe genius of Ella Rumpf’s Alexia in Julia Ducournau’s Raw is that Alexia at first seems the antagonist of the film, the source of all of her sister’s problematic cravings, but it turns out she’s really the sidekick. She’s a cutting bully who can turn on a dime to become the doting and generous big sister. Even as she emotionally tortures Justine, Alexia clearly wants to snap her sister out of her goody two-shoes demeanor and have some fun.Lily in Black Swan (2010) 85%(Photo by © Fox Searchlight Pictures)Played by Mila KunisJust like Alexia in Raw, Lily’s the false antagonist, the projection of all the protagonist’s fears and anxieties. In reality, she’s a smart, grounded ballet dancer, probably the sanest of the bunch, whose only hope is to nab the lead role and maybe coax Nina out of her cocooned and infantile life. In a story of paranoia and delusion, Lily’s the realest of the real.Nam-joo in The Host (2006) 93%(Photo by ©Magnolia Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection)Played by Bae Doo-naThere are few things more admirable about director Bong Joon-ho than his ability to create characters who are both wildly inept and also extremely vain and self-satisfied with their limited abilities. Nam-joo (Bae Doo-na) as the protagonist’s gold medalist archer sister who rubs her mediocre success in his face is one of Bong’s greatest creations. It’s impossible for her to swallow her pride, even as she’s face-to-face with a monstrous adversary.Black Christmas is in theaters December 13, 2019Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
(Photo by Jason Merritt/Radarpics for SVFF/Shutterstock)Despite having acted for a full decade before Breaking Bad, Aaron Paul broke out in a big way with his Emmy-winning role as slacker chemistry student-turned-meth dealer Jesse Pinkman.Since the series ended in 2013, he’s taken on tentpole movies (2014’s Exodus: Gods Kings), comedies (2016’s Central Intelligence), thrillers (2016’s Certified Fresh Eye in the Sky), quiet dramas (2016’s Fathers and Daughters), and even multiple seasons of new TV series (he starred in Hulu’s streaming cult drama The Path, which ran from 2016-2018, and voices Todd Chavez on Netflix s animated comedy BoJack Horseman).The Idaho native — who was honored over the weekend with the Pioneer Award at the Sun Valley Film Festival in his home state — stars in and produced his latest film, The Parts You Lose. The drama, about a young boy who befriends a dangerous, mysterious man in his small North Dakota town, saw Paul team up with Breaking Bad producer Mark Johnson again.The duo are potentially teaming up again with the reportedly in-the-works Breaking Bad movie. Rotten Tomatoes caught up with the actor in snow-covered Sun Valley over the weekend, where he discussed revisiting his most iconic role, moving between film and television, and how he’s gearing up for his next top-secret role on HBO’s Westworld.(Photo by Samuel Goldwyn Films)Jean Bentley for Rotten Tomatoes: Tell me about the film you premiered at this festival.The Parts You Lose is a film that I ve been trying to get off the ground for four or five years with Mark Johnson. He presented it to me right when we were wrapping up Breaking Bad and said would you like to do this, and then I read it and was just blown away by the story. We were on the hunt for our director, and it was set up a couple times, and then the floor just caved in on us. It s just hard to make a movie these days, especially an independent one. Then we finally got Chris Cantwell on board and hit the ground running. I think 10 days after he signed on he was in pre-production and we ran with it.You re someone who has gone back and forth between film and TV, which is a lot more common nowadays than 10 or 15 years ago.Oh, yeah, there was there was such a clear line between film actors and television actors. And, you know, both are great. We re lucky to get a job. But now you see Meryl Streep jumping on to a series and it s just, OK, times are changing for sure. It s just incredible — stories are being told in a long format on television. That s what I love.(Photo by Craig Blankenhorn/Hulu)So you wrap Breaking Bad, which not just a TV show, it s a phenomenon. Then you join The Path, and now you re on an Apple series, Are You Sleeping. Is that variety of TV projects on purpose? Are you someone who just likes to work, or do you love TV?I mean, are you kidding me? TV gave me a career. I don t necessarily think film is the better option. I think TV for me is where the interesting stories are being told. Film now is giant Marvel movies, giant Disney movies, big franchises, and all of the films that meet in the middle — between indies and giant blockbusters — all of those are kind of gone, and I think have just transitioned into really beautiful television series.What’s the Apple series about?The Apple series stars Octavia Spencer, who plays a fallen-from-grace New York Times reporter. She stretches the truth on a story and she ends up getting fired because of it and so she moves back to her hometown and decides to start doing a podcast about a story that she was involved with 20 years ago. She had a big hand in getting this young 16-year-old boy sentenced to life in prison for murdering his neighbor on Halloween night. This boy has always declared he was innocent, but she had a big hand in putting him behind bars. Twenty years later, the boy is still there. The boy is still saying he s innocent. But that story is now buried. He s forgotten about, but she digs it back up and unearths these old skeletons.Are you the boy?And I m the boy.What is it like to work on a show when you don t really know how it s going to be distributed?It s interesting to jump into business with literally the biggest business on the planet, and a trillion-dollar company, that you just have to trust. It s like the trust fall, and it s not even that. It s just like, yeah, Apple is going to do their own streaming service, how is it going to be received? Or, How are we going to watch it? I don t know. But they come up with really interesting ideas, and you just have to believe in them. When I read this, I actually read the first two scripts when the offer came in and I was so floored and really sort of flattered that they would come to me with this type of type of guy and this just beautiful story. So I m excited about it.(Photo by Frank Ockenfels/AMC)What’s it like now, after doing all these new types of projects, to go revisit Breaking Bad in a movie?You know what? I honestly cannot confirm or deny that that movie is even happening.OK, but what would that be like were it to happen?If it — honestly, I ve said this before — if Vince were to approach me and ask me to be a part of anything, I would say yes. And so if that s Breaking Bad, then so be it. I m where I m at today because of him. So I owe him a lot, and we all do from the show, and feel very blessed.It s something that meant a lot to you. And it s also a role that you ve got to do so much with.He allowed everyone that was a part of that world, the Breaking Bad universe, to soar. Whether you re a director, writer, performer — we all were able to just spread our wings and fly because of his vision. We re all very lucky.So movie, sure, if he wants?Yeah, if he wants to!Better Call Saul?Yeah, Better Call Saul, I m there! Anything he wants.(Photo by AMC/Courtesy Everett Collection)And what s next for right now?I m jumping onto Westworld. That ll take me through October.What s it like being on that kind of top-secret show?It s a lot of fun. When I sat down with Jonah [Nolan] and Lisa [Joy, the creators], and they pitched me the arc of this character and the arc of this season and the rest of the series, being such a huge fan of the first two seasons of Westworld, I was just so excited to be in their presence and hearing their ideas moving forward. It s so brave and out there and really, really cool.So as a fan, you re pumped for what you get to do.I m just constantly pinching myself. I m going to have a lot of fun with this one.Like this? 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Today s Ketchup brings you another 10 headlines from the world of film development news, covering titles like The Nun 2, The Six Billion Dollar Man, and The Suicide Squad.This WEEK S TOP STORYJOHN CENA JOINS THE SUICIDE SQUAD(Photo by Universal Pictures)The DC Comics movie The Suicide Squad might be over two years away (8/6/2021), but it s already casting up. Although the initial news suggested it would have a new cast, we now know that a few actors are returning (Margot Robbie, Jai Courtney, Viola Davis). The biggest new name so far has been Idris Elba (in an unknown role, not Deadshot as previously reported), but a new name emerged this week. John Cena is now in talks to co-star in The Suicide Squad, in what will be his first movie directly based upon a comic book (not counting arguments that Bumblebee was comic-book-adjacent). It s not officially confirmed yet, but Collider claims that John Cena is up for the role of Peacemaker, which is the character that Dave Bautista would have played. Other new villains that director James Gunn is reportedly introducing in The Suicide Squad are King Shark, Polka-Dot Man, and Ratcatcher.Fresh Developments1. BLACK PANTHER S LETITIA WRIGHT FINDING DEATH ON THE NILE (Photo by Marvel Studios)Letitia Wright s Shuri was arguably the breakout star of last year s Black Panther (as well as Avengers: Infinity War), but we haven t seen her parlay the success of that role into a lot of other projects just yet. That said, Wright is in Donald Glover s Guava Island (which you can watch here), and this week, she landed one of her first big post-Black Panther feature film roles. Letitia Wright will star in next year s Death on the Nile (10/22/2020), which is both a sequel to 2017 s Murder on the Orient Express and a remake, as Rosalie Otterbourne, one of the lead suspects in Agatha Christie s oriinal 1937 novel. Director Kenneth Branagh will also reprise his role as Hercule Poirot, and he and Wright will be joined by Gal Gadot and Armie Hammer in what is essentially the second film of a new Agatha Christie Cinematic Universe. Meanwhile, Letitia Wright will also star in the English-language remake of Le Brio and co-star with John Boyega in the sci-fi romance Hold Back the Stars.2. THEY HAVE THE TECHNOLOGY: MARK WAHLBERG S SIX BILLION DOLLAR MAN BEING REBUILT (Photo by Patti Perret/Paramount Pictures)Though it s looking like it will be the lowest-grossing live-action Transformers movie, producer/director Travis Knight s Bumblebee has still earned close to half a billion dollars worldwide, and its Certified Fresh 92% on the Tomatometer extended a five-film streak for him. All of that put together probably helped him this week, as he is now attached to direct the long-in-development The Six Billion Dollar Man, adapted from the 1970s hit TV series The Six Million Dollar Man (title changed to adjust for inflation). Mark Wahlberg has long been attached to star as Col. Steve Austin, and he remains so. Part of the reason for the delay on The Six Billion Dollar Man was that it was previously a Weinstein Co. production, so it had to find a new home at Warner Bros. following the crisis.3. JANELLE MONÁE JOINED BY ALL STAR CAST IN THRILLER (Photo by James Atoa/Everett Collection)Singer-turned-actress Janelle Monáe will be starring in an untitled racial thriller for Lionsgate, and this week, we learned that the film will also feature several familiar faces from film and TV. Monáe s new co-stars will include Kiersey Clemons (Dope), Jack Huston (Boardwalk Empire), Jena Malone (Donnie Darko, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire), and Gabourey Sidibe (Precious: Based on the Novel Push by Sapphire). Janelle Monáe will be starring as a woman desperately trying to flee her captors, although the setting and premise is otherwise unknown. This project will mark the feature film debut of the Bush + Renz directing team ( https://www.imdb.com/title/tt10065694/ ), who have previously worked on musical videos including Jay-Z s Kill Jay-Z. 4. CLINT EASTWOOD MAY DIRECT TRUE STORY THE BALLAD OF RICHARD JEWELL (Photo by Keith Bernstein/Warner Bros.)Some of the many repercussions of Disney s acquisition of the Fox film and TV properties have been rather surprising. This week, for example, there was news of a director based almost entirely at Warner Bros. since the 1970s who s now considering switching sides to work for Disney/Fox. That director is Clint Eastwood, who may sign on to direct The Ballad of Richard Jewell. If that name sounds familiar, it may be that you remember the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, when a security guard named Richard Jewell who discovered a bomb was then accused in the media of actually being the bomber himself (he wasn t). The Ballad of Richard Jewell has been in development for several years, including a period when it was a starring vehicle for Jonah Hill (who is no longer attached to star).5. TWO NEW PROJECTS FOR SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE ALUM KRISTEN WIIG (Photo by Wilson Webb/20th Century Fox)Former Saturday Night Live star Kristen Wiig has a handful of films on the horizon, including Where d You Go, Bernadette (8/16/2019) and Wonder Woman 1984 (6/5/2020) (as the villain Cheetah), but this week, she secured a couple more.. Wiig s first new project is Netflix s A Boy Called Christmas, which will feature British actresses Sally Hawkins (The Shape of Water) and Dame Maggie Smith (Downton Abbey), as well as Jim Broadbent and Toby Jones. Kristen Wiig is also reuniting with her Bridesmaids cowriter Annie Mumolo on a comedy called Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar. Wiig and Mumolo will costar as two friends from a small Midwestern town who go on vacation in Vista Del Mar, Florida, where they soon find themselves tangled up in a villain’s evil plot to kill everyone in town. 6. JENNIFER LAWRENCE S MYSTERY INDIE MOVIE (Photo by 20th Century Fox)With The Hunger Games done and the X-Men franchise wrapping up with Dark Phoenix (6/7/2019), Jennifer Lawrence will soon no longer be a part of any major active franchises. While she remains attached to Adam McKay s Bad Blood as Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes, it appears that film s not yet ready to start production, and in the meantime, Lawrence had taken a year off from working. This week, though, she signed on for her first post-break project, and it s an indie production instead of a big franchise entry. Lawrence will work with A24 on an untitled drama that will also be the feature film debut of theater director Lila Neugebauer. Nothing else is really known about this project except that it s scheduled to start filming in New Orleans in June (so it might be set somewhere sunny? Yeah, we ve got no clue).7. TRAIN TO BUSAN STAR JOINS MARVEL S THE ETERNALS (Photo by Well Go USA Entertainment)We ve known for a while that Marvel Studios is reportedly looking to cast an openly gay actor for one of the lead roles in next year s The Eternals. This week, that scope narrowed considerably with this story claiming that they re specifically looking for an openly gay actor who s also of Asian heritage. In addition to Angelina Jolie, Marvel has also cast two Asian actors so far, starting last week with Kumail Nanjiani (The Big Sick, HBO s Silicon Valley), who is rumored to be playing the super speedster Makkari. The second was South Korean actor Ma Dong-seok, who is probably best known for his role in the zombie movie Train to Busan. Although Marvel Studios has not yet officially announced a release date for The Eternals, it may be their film scheduled for November 6, 2020.Rotten Ideas2. DISNEY SHUTS DOWN FOX S MOUSE GUARD TWO WEEKS BEFORE FILMINGIt probably shouldn t be that surprising (maybe just disappointing), but as Disney absorbs their newly acquired Fox properties, some pre-existing Fox projects may end up not happening. We now know this because Disney has pulled the plug on the high profile adaptation of the Mouse Guard comic book just two weeks before filming had been scheduled to start. (Whether the mouse house objected to Mouse Guard somehow is completely open to speculation.) Mouse Guard was to have been a motion-capture adventure with a cast that included Andy Serkis and Idris Elba, with other cast members likely to be added soon. Despite the sudden shelving, Mouse Guard could still happen someday, as Disney is allowing the project s producers to shop it around to other studios.1. GET THEE TO A SEQUELERY: THE NUN 2 (Photo by Warner Bros.)This week s The Curse of La Llorona (Rotten at 36%) is the sixth film in The Conjuring Universe, and the franchise is showing few signs of slowing down. Annabelle Comes Home is scheduled for June 28, 2019, and The Conjuring 3 is due next year on September 11, 2020. (We should also note the passing of Lorraine Warren, whose life inspired The Conjuring, at the age of 92.) Last year s The Nun was a spinoff from The Conjuring 2, and the film went on to earn over 5 million worldwide. So, New Line Cinema is also now moving forward on development on a sequel to The Nun, starting with the hiring of screenwriter Akela Cooper, who s previously worked on Netflix s Luke Cage series. The Nun received a Rotten Tomatometer score of just 26%. Even if the sequel doubles that score, it would still be Rotten.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
(Photo by Herb Ball/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)FALL 2019 TV SURVEY: 20 TV Shows That Defined the 1980sFor 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.Cheers to Cheers! Rotten Tomatoes users selected the show about a bar where everybody knows your name and they re always glad you came as the top show of the 1980s. The series was truly an ensemble effort with Ted Danson, Rhea Perlman, John Ratzenberger, George Wendt, Kelsey Grammer, Woody Harrelson, Kirstie Alley, and Shelley Long as the principal cast.Cheers took top spot with 66% of the vote, followed by The Cosby Show at 53%, The Golden Girls at 47%, Magnum, P.I. with 46%, and the 1980s edition of Saturday Night Live taking fifth place with 45%.Which star ruled the 1980s? Your vote went to SNL star Eddie Murphy with 16%, followed by The Golden Girls cast with 14%, and Tom Selleck with 12%. Bruce Willis was at No. 4 with 12%, and Don Johnson took fifth with 7%.Disagree with the survey results? Tell us in the comments who you think should have made the list or have been ranked higher.
urth highest-grossing film of the year, and it certainly has its eye on third place. Second, however, could take a bit of work. Last weekend with an opening that rose above 0 million, the fourth Toy Story was ahead of the third film in the franchise by about million. At the end of this weekend, it is still ahead of Toy Story 3’s pace by about million even if it trails weekend two of part three .3 million to .9 million. Toy Story 3 had a run that did not see a drop of 50 percent until its 13th weekend. Part four dropped 52 percent this weekend, but also had farther to fall. The 2010 chapter fell 46.2 percent and 49 percent in its second and third weekends. Meanwhile, Toy Story 4 sits at 6 million domestic and 6 million worldwide; the sixth-highest total of 2019 to date. Of the 14 films to gross between 0-250 million after 10 days, only three of them (The Hunger Games, Spider-Man, and Toy Story 3) broke the 0 million domestic mark, but Toy Story 4 remains on track.Fresh Surprise: Yesterday Poised To Be One of Danny Boyle’s Highest Grossers(Photo by Universal Pictures)It may sound surprising to some, but Yesterday actually represents the best opening of director Danny Boyle’s career. Then again, it is only the fourth film in his career — on that has included Transpotting, 127 Hours, and Slumdog Millionaire — to open wide its first weekend. The last film of his to do that was 28 Days Later back in 2003, and it earned million. The Beach in 2000 was his previous high with .2 million, even if it remains his lowest scored film on the Tomatometer at 20% and just one of two Rotten films (including A Life Less Ordinary) in his filmography. With a 59% rating currently, Yesterday teeters on the edge of Fresh, but Universal is very likely more interested in the film s million start. (The studio partnered with Boyle on 2015’s Steve Jobs, which opened strong in four theaters but ultimately grossed just .7 million total.) Boyle’s Oscar-winning Slumdog is his crowning box office achievement with over 1 million, but it is also just one of three of his films to gross over million. Yesterday will be the fourth. Will the million–budgeted film have enough word-of-mouth to pass The Beach’s million?Top 10 and Beyond: Latest Annabelle Film Lags the First Two(Photo by New Line Cinema)Annabelle Comes Home opened this past Wednesday to .18 million. As of Sunday, it is estimated to have made .2 million, which is relatively low all things considered. Of the previous Wednesday openers that began with million or more, 47 Ronin (.61 million), Rocky Balboa (.85), The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (.36), and Magic Mike XXL (.89) were the only ones this century to not have million by Sunday. Annabelle Comes Home is the next-lowest after that with The First Purge coming in at .28 million. The first Annabelle made .11 million in its first five days. Annabelle: Creation made .15 million. They both opened on Fridays. Those other three films grossed million to million domestic. The million production has already grossed over million globally, so it is going to be just fine.Eight of the top 10 films this week are either sequels or remakes. John Wick Chapter 3 – Parabellum is approaching 0 million worldwide. It is also Keanu Reeves’ third highest–grossing live-action film after the first two Matrix films. Illuminations’ The Secret Life of Pets 2 has not picked up any international steam yet and is only at 8 million worldwide. Its path is similar to that of this summer’s Pokemon Detective Pikachu and is headed for somewhere between 1 million and 4 million — or, less than 0 million domestically below the first film. Men in Black International is doing better internationally, but much more poorly here. It is only at 9 million worldwide and still needs another 1 million to break even. The remake of Child’s Play cost 0 million less than MIBI, but is not exactly setting the box office on fire either after dropping 70 percent in its second weekend and stands at million.Far more successful is Paramount’s Rocketman. The million production has made over million domestic and 1 million worldwide — 0 million may be off the table now but it remains on track to exceed million. Disney’s Aladdin has crossed 0 million domestically, and its 4 million globally puts it in 63rd place all-time. It needs another million to break into the top 50.Lastly, we have the Avengers: Endgame record watch. Returning to theaters this weekend with new footage not seen in its first nine weeks, the Marvel title made another .9 million. At .76 billion worldwide, it is now million shy of Avatar’s all-time record.This Time Last Year: Dinos Superheroes Emerge Victorious(Photo by Universal Pictures)Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom had no challengers and won the box office for a second straight weekend with .9 million. Incredibles 2 also had nothing to threaten its second-place finish with .4 million, bringing its total to over 0 million. The best the week could offer was the sequel, Sicario: Day of the Soldado, which opened in third with million. Also opening was the basketball comedy, Uncle Drew, which finished fourth with .2 million. The lackluster numbers below that title opened the door for Hindi film Sanju to finish in eighth place with .72 million. The Top 10 totaled 7.20 million and averaged 63% on the Tomatometer. This year’s Top 10 grossed an estimated 5.14 million and averaged 69%.On the Vine: Spider-Man Hopes for Avengers Bump, While Midsommar Chases Critical Acclaim(Photo by Sony Pictures)The next chapter of the MCU arrives when Tom Holland returns as Peter Parker in Spider-Man: Far From Home. Will this film receive the same kind of box office bump that got Iron Man 3 over 0 million as the first one out of the gate after the success of the 2012 Avengers film? It currently has a 91% on the Tomatometer. (Spider-Man: Homecoming has a 92%, opened at 7 million, and went on to make 0 million worldwide.)Then Ari Aster returns with a new horror epic after the praise of last year’s debut, Hereditary, one of the 10 best-reviewed horror films of the decade. Based on the 85% that Midsommar has received so far, Aster (like Jordan Peele) has a shot to own two films on that list.The Full Top 10: June 28-30Toy Story 4 (2019) 97% – .93 million (6.92 million total)Annabelle Comes Home (2019) 65% – .37 million (.20 million total)Yesterday (2019) 63% – million ( million total)Aladdin (2019) 57% – .34 million (5.86 million total)The Secret Life of Pets 2 (2019) 60% – .09 million (1.20 million total)Men in Black: International (2019) 23% – .55 million (.00 million total)Avengers: Endgame (2019) 94% – .53 million (1.31 million total)Child's Play (2019) 64% – .27 million (.40 million total)Rocketman (2019) 89% – .87 million (.17 million total)John Wick: Chapter 3 -- Parabellum (2019) 89% – .17 million (1.31 million total)
Nevertheless, Garland noted conversations moving from the possibility of a mulitverse where free will exists to a deterministic view where there is no choice elicits an equally strong emotional response.“If I have a conversation with people about free will, nobody likes the idea that they don t have it. And it is completely in contradiction with our own sense — ‘But I absolutely, definitely have free will. I can feel it now,’ [they say], which is again, it s what people feel, but it may not be supported by the data.”That view, as espoused by Forest, leads Devs’ main character, Lily Chan (Sonoya Mizuno), onto her collision course with the warm and melancholy Amaya CEO. And while discussing Lilly’s actions would lead to a level of spoilers we definitely cannot reveal in this or any other reality, it did lead to another question the show presents: Do ethics exist in a deterministic universe?“I don t personally think it takes ethics and morality out of the conversation, I just think it means you react differently to the state of affairs,” Garland said.(Photo by Miya Mizuno/FX)To illustrate morality in a deterministic universe, he used a 15-year-old boy mugging someone at knife point as an example. In a universe with free will, the boy’s punishment (provided he is caught) proceeds from the notion he is in absolute control of his choices.“If you take deterministic view, you might say, ‘Well, hang on a minute. Because this kid is a crystal meth addict, and both his parents were crystal meth addicts, and he was addicted by the time he was 12, and he was trapped in a world that had given him a very distorted sense of ethics, and, as well as that, a sense of desperation, and no home, that led ultimately to the mugging.’ Under those circumstances, punishing the kid makes much less sense. Rehabilitating a kid makes much more sense.”“What we do then is make sure that [the kid doesn’t] do it again, Garland suggested. So, that doesn t remove the ethics, because you still don t want the kid to mug anybody. It s just more that you re not punishing him for something that wasn t his own decision.”Of course, Garland was quick to point out that while his example leads to a morality with more empathy and compassion, it also suggests atrocities are also unavoidable in a deterministic universe. “I don t think anybody wants to let Adolf Hitler off the hook in the way that you might let a 15-year-old off the hook,” he quipped.Nonetheless, the morality of what Forest calls “tram lines” will no doubt feature in discussions of Devs when its full shape is revealed with the show s finale six weeks from now.
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