亚博投注官网采用百度引擎4（Baidu 0）When it comes to the release schedule, there are a few truisms that have become common knowledge among film fans: blockbuster movies come out in the spring and summer, horror movies get October, Oscar-worthy ones have November and December, and the truly bad stuff gets unceremoniously dumped in January and February.There are plenty of explanations for February’s rep as a cinematic lean month: you’ve got Super Bowl weekend – traditionally, a huge weekend for premiering movie trailers, but not movies themselves (Cloverfield Paradox-style anomalies notwithstanding). Plus, there s Valentine’s Day, holiday credit card bills finally come due, and winter weather generally makes it significantly more appealing for movie lovers to stay indoors and Netflix-and-chill under a pile of blankets. Perfectly good reasons, all.(Photo by Universal Pictures)Only, not to “well, actually” conventional wisdom here, but, well, actually… It turns out February movies aren’t as bad as we’ve been making them out to be all this time. In fact, in recent years, they’ve been better than ever. In 2019 alone, we ve already had a pair of heavily anticipated, Certified Fresh sequels in How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (92%) and The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part (86%).So, the question is this: are February releases actually getting better, or are we just falling prey to recency bias and small sample size? To figure that out, we turned to the data, going back to compare Tomatometer scores for the top 15 movies at the February box office for the past 35 years. That’s 525 movies across four decades.In doing so, we discovered that February’s always had its fair share of big hits – beloved cult classics like Bill Ted’s Excellent Adventure, Office Space, and Ace Ventura: Pet Detective all celebrated major anniversaries this month. But February offerings are also getting noticeably better: the past five years have produced more Certified Fresh movies and awards season
《摩尔庄园手游》六一公测时，主理人Ricky郑宙理在知乎上回答了游戏的定位是一款“慢节奏的、轻松愉快的、人与人互动更紧密”的休闲社交类手游。他认为这可能是最贴近成年小摩尔对摩尔手游幻想的样子。 (Photo by Miramax/Courtesy Everett Collection)The Best LGBTQ+ Movies on HBO MaxIn celebration of Pride month, we ve compiled a list of the best Fresh LGBTQ+ movies you can find on HBO Max right now. You ll find hit classic dramas (Desert Hearts), feel-good comedies (In Out), and international affairs (Bad Education).The titles below are sorted from the best LGBTQ+ films on HBO Max – those included with a subscription, not those you have to buy or rent for an additional cost – and ranked by adjusted Tomatometer score (which takes into account the number of reviewers weighing in, and the number of reviews per film for movies released in a given year). To be included, films had to have a Fresh Tomatometer score (60% or above).
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The proposed sequel would tell the decades-later story of Lucius Verus, the son of Lucilla, and the nephew of the emperor Commodus (played in the first film, respectively, by Spencer Treat Clark, Connie Nielsen, and Joaquin Phoenix). DreamWorks no longer has the rights to a Gladiator sequel, so the project is now at Paramount, which, with Ridley Scott s production company, has hired screenwriter Peter Craig (cowriter of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1/2, and 2020 s Top Gun: Maverick) to work on the sequel. There doesn t appear to be much historical evidence of the real Lucius Verus becoming a gladiator, but Gladiator also suggested a detour from history anyway.Fresh Developments1. AVENGERS 4 CASTING IGNITES NEW RUMORS(Photo by Marvel Studios)Avengers 4 comes out in just six months from this Saturday (May 3, 2019), but there remains so much that we don t know. Heck, we don t even know the title yet. Marvel Studios is somehow sustaining that mystery even while they continue their second stage of production. This week, 13 Reasons Why co-star Katherine Langford was cast as someone in Avengers 4, with no clues about who that might be. That just means, however, that every fan who s read actual comics can now speculate who Langford might play, and in today s world, many of those fans are actual professional writers. One obvious reason for the mystery is that Langford s character might hint at Marvel Studios future plans. A front runner guess (possibly because she has the same first name) is Kate Bishop, AKA Hawkeye, who takes over after (and during) Clint Barton s era. Other possibilities include Clea (an ally of Doctor Strange), Queen Veranke (of the Skrulls from Captain Marvel), and longtime Avengers member Sersi (of The Eternals, who are someday getting their own movie). Meanwhile, Marvel Studios is developing shows for the upcoming Disney streaming app, which may include a team-up limited series starring Falcon (Anthony Mackie) and Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan). There has previously been talk about shows for Loki (Tom Hiddleston) and Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) that are also limited series (probably 6 to 8 episodes), starting in 2019.2. EWAN MCGREGOR TO DON BLACK MASK AS BAT-VILLAIN IN BIRDS OF PREY (Photo by Neil Davidson/IFC Films courtesy Everett Collection)If we start the clock in 1989 with Tim Burton s first Batman, there have been seven solo Batman movies in the modern era. Although we have obviously had three Jokers, two Two-Faces, and two Catwomans, for the most part the franchise focused on introducing new Bat-villains (the Spider-Man movies also tend to do this). Birds of Prey, featuring Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie), Black Canary (Jurnee Smollett-Bell), Huntress (Mary Elizabeth Winstead), and Detective Renee Montoya (Rosie Perez), is part of DC Comics extended Bat-Family of titles, so it will also feature a Batman-related villain. This time, it s Black Mask s turn, and he will be played by Ewan McGregor, making his superhero movie debut. The Birds of Prey version of Black Mask is described as a brutally sadistic kingpin in Gotham City’s criminal underworld who has a fixation with masks. McGregor and Mary Elizabeth-Winstead previously co-starred together as a romantic couple dabbling in a life in crime in Fargo Season 3. You can read more about Black Mask s road to the big screen right here. Warner Bros. has scheduled Birds of Prey for release on February 7, 2020, up against Peter Rabbit 2, and the week after the Shining sequel Doctor Sleep, also starring Ewan McGregor.3. IT DIRECTOR ADAPTING ATTACK ON TITAN AND THE TIME MACHINEIt is entirely expected that directors coming off two hit films like Mama and IT will be wanted for high profile films, but Andy Muschietti actually had that happen twice this week. First, on Monday, we learned that Muschietti had signed with Warner Bros. to direct their live action adaptation of the popular manga series Attack on Titan (which has also been adapted as an anime). Attack on Titan is set in a bizarre future in which mankind is beset by gigantic creatures called Titans who resemble humans (without their skin, so their muscles are exposed it s kind of gross). Warner Bros is also the studio behind next year s Godzilla: King of the Monsters (5/31/2019) and Godzilla vs Kong (5/22/2020), so it makes total sense they d also be interested in Attack on Titan. The second new project for Andy Muschietti this week is also at Warner Bros., with Leonardo DiCaprio s Appian Way also on board. They have recruited Muschietti to start development on a new adaptation of H.G. Wells science fiction classic The Time Machine. The two most popular previous adaptations were released in 1960 (Fresh at 77%) and in 2002 (Rotten at 29%). It s not yet known whether DiCaprio is considering starring in The Time Machine. Andy Muschietti wrapped filming of IT: Chapter Two this week for release next year on September 6, 2019.4. SACHA BARON COHEN, EDDIE REDMAYNE, AND THE TRIAL OF THE CHICAGO 7 (Photo by Focus Features)Up above, we mentioned director Ridley Scott has been attached to a lot of movies, but he s got nothing on Steven Spielberg. Spielberg is now deeply in preproduction on his remake of West Side Story, and on Indiana Jones 5, but up until a few years ago, one of his projects was The Trial of the Chicago 7, depicting the true stories of the protestors at the 1968 Democratic National Convention. Spielberg is still producing The Trial of the Chicago 7, but it will now be directed by its screenwriter, Aaron Sorkin (Molly s Game). Sacha Baron Cohen (who nearly starred as Freddie Mercury in this week s Bohemian Rhapsody) is also in early talks to play one of the protest s leaders, Abbie Hoffman (of the Yippies ). That news would have been a lot for one week, but Eddie Redmayne is also now in talks to play Tom Hayden, one of the student leaders (and future husband of Jane Fonda).5. MICHAEL KEATON TO PLAY ANTI-VIRUS ICON JOHN MCAFEE IN KING OF THE JUNGLE(Photo by The Weinstein Company)Many corporate leaders and innovators lead pretty boring lives, but then there s John McAfee, who lent his surname to the popular line of McAfee antivirus software. John McAfee is back in the United States now, but for several years, he was on the run in Central America after accusations in 2012 that he had been involved in a murder in Belize. This incredible true story will soon become a movie called King of the Jungle, and we now know who will be the film s two male stars. Michael Keaton will play McAfee, and Seth Rogen will pay a journalist who finds himself drawn into McAfee’s escalating paranoia, slippery reality, and murder. King of the Jungle will be directed by Glenn Ficarra and John Requa (the co-directors of Crazy Stupid Love) from a screenplay by the writing team of Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski (Ed Wood, Man on the Moon). Michael Keaton comes to King of the Jungle after the departure of the film s first announced star, Johnny Depp.6. CHRIS ROCK TO DIRECT KEVIN HART IN CO-PARENTING(Photo by Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images)Since making his directorial debut in 2003 with the political comedy Head of State, comedian Chris Rock has also directed 2007 s I Think I Love My Wife and 2014 s Top Five. Rock also starred in all three of those films, but for his fourth film as director, he has instead recruited Kevin Hart as his lead. Kevin Hart will star in Co-Parenting, a family comedy from screenwriter Yamara Taylor (TV s black-ish), playing a stay at home dad who raises the kids while his star CEO wife serves as the breadwinner [until he] finds himself in emotional and public turmoil when his wife kicks him to the curb, and they engage in a bitter divorce and custody battle. So, perhaps it s not all comedy (the tone is being compared to some of the films of Judd Apatow and James L. Brooks).7. TYLER PERRY ANNOUNCES 2019 TO BE THE END OF MADEA (Photo by Lionsgate)Every once in a while, we interpret a news story as a Fresh Development because it involves a turnaround for something that would otherwise be Rotten. For example, Tyler Perry may have had a great box office run with his Madea character, but no movie with Madea in the title has ever scored above a 37% on the Tomatometer (that was 2011 s Madea s Big Happy Family). So, when Tyler Perry announced this week that 2019 would be the end of the Madea character with Tyler Perry s A Madea Family Funeral (3/1/2019), we see it as a Fresh Development for actual moviegoers. The 10 movies in Tyler Perry s Madea franchise have earned over 0 million to date.ROTTEN IDEAS OF THE WEEK2. THE BOBA FETT SPINOFF IS OFFICALLY DEAD (Photo by 20th Century Fox)Back in June, following the (relatively) disappointing box office numbers for Solo: A Star Wars Story, the world started hearing talk that Lucasfilm might be reconsidering its collective plans for Star Wars Story spinoffs. At that point, there had been discussions about spinoffs for such characters as Obi-Wan Kenobi, Yoda, and the bounty hunter Boba Fett (and indeed, that might ve been next up). Well, this week, we received confirmation that the project that might ve been called Boba Fett: A Star Wars Story is no longer being developed, with the focus instead going to Jon Favreau s series The Mandalorian for Disney s upcoming streaming service. (Boba Fett wears Mandalorian battle armor.) As for what the Boba Fett spinoff would have included, we also learned this week that several of Boba Fett s fellow bounty hunters would have been featured in the movie, potentially including characters such as IG-88, Bossk, Dengar, 4-Lom, and Zuckus. As this piece points out, however, fans have been fascinated by Boba Fett for 40 years now, so we may yet see Boba Fett return in some form yet, somewhere, someday.1. THE MEG SEQUEL STILL IN DEVELOPMENT(Photo by Warner Bros.)This summer saw the release of the giant shark movie The Meg after the project had been kicked around Hollywood for about 20 years of development. The Meg received a Rotten Tomatometer score of just 46%, but it was still a box office success, earning 2 million domestically and over 7 million globally. One of the changes that was made to the film through the course of its development was a focus on Asian settings, characters, and financing, which was surely part of why the film did so well in many overseas markets. That s probably also why a sequel to The Meg is now in development, as its executive producer Catherine Xujin Ying revealed this week. It s not yet known if Jason Statham or any other co-stars will return for the sequel. In addition to a sequel and a potential film franchise, The Meg may also soon inspire giant-shark theme parks around the world. There s no word yet as to when The Meg 2 might take its giant bite out of the box office (or not).
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The Television Academy announced nominations in its 71st Emmy Awards on Tuesday. (See the full list here.) Among those nominations was crazy love for the final season of Game of Thrones — no matter what critics said about the series last episodes — but none for Homecoming, and massive Schitt s Creek enthusiasm, but little for Succession.Read on to find out who got snubbed and who was a surprise in this year s nominations. Have a snub or surprise you want to add yourself? Tell us in the comments!Surprise: Game of Thrones Supporting and Guest Actor Nominations(Photo by Helen Sloan/HBO)The Television Academy has rewarded Alfie Allen, Gwendoline Christie, and Carice van Houten for their dedicated work on HBO’s Game of Thrones; the former two scored supporting nominations, and the latter received a guest nomination. While the names of Kit Harington, Emilia Clarke, Lena Headey, Sophie Turner, Maisie Williams, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, and Peter Dinklage were all floating high on prediction lists, few expected the drama nominations sweep that the eight-season fantasy series pulled off on Tuesday. With its 32 nominations this year, the most for any program in a single season (beating NYPD Blue’s 25-year standing record), Game of Thrones now has the most Emmy nominations for a drama program in history with 161 and the most Emmys won with 47.Snub: Homecoming Snubbed in All Categories(Photo by Amazon Prime Video)One of the most acclaimed TV series of last year, and the winner of our own Golden Tomato Award for Best Drama, Homecoming was snubbed in a number of major categories Tuesday morning. Sam Esmail’s twisty, Hitchcockian Amazon series missed out on a slot for Outstanding Drama, as well as for Outstanding Lead Actress for Julia Roberts and Outstanding Lead Actor for the excellent Stephan James. Its loss in the Outstanding Drama Series category did make room for kinda-surprises like Pose and Bodyguard, which were not considered absolute locks going into nominations morning.Surprise: Comedy Rules (the Tomatometer)Debbie DayThe average Tomatometer for Best Comedy Series is 97.86% on the Tomatometer, while the average for Best Drama Series is 87.13%. Even if Game of Thrones eighth season 54% is removed, the drama category still only averages 91.29%. Both seasons of Fleabag, for one, are Certified Fresh at 100%, contributing to comedy s dominance.Snub: Richard Madden for Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series for BodyguardDebbie DayWhile Netflix’s U.K. terrorist thriller Bodyguard may have scored an Outstanding Drama Series nomination, star Richard Madden – who had been considered a lock in the drama actor category – was left in the cold. It was one of the biggest snubs of the morning, considering the critical praise heaped on Madden for his dedicated, physically and emotionally demanding performance as war vet David Budd, not to mention his Golden Globe win for the role. Madden’s loss might have been Milo Ventimiglia’s gain, though; the This Is Us star was a semi-surprise, sneaking into the category.Surprise: When They See Us Women Dominate Limited Series Category(Photo by Atsushi Nishijima/Netflix)Pundits were predicting that Jharrel Jerome, who plays one of the five wrongly accused men, Korey Wise, in Ava DuVernay’s When They See Us, might nab a spot in the limited series lead actor category – and he did. The big surprise today was that Niecy Nash, who plays Wise’s mom Delores, and Anjanue Ellis, who plays Sharon Salaam, were both nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or TV Movie. The two women beat out big names like Emma Stone for Maniac and Julianna Margulies for The Hot Zone. A surprise to prognosticators, sure, but anyone who saw their work as desperate mothers fighting the system in the acclaimed Certified Fresh Netflix miniseries might have seen this kind of upset coming. Vera Farmiga also got a nod in the Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie category, a nomination that some saw as a snub of Carmen Ejogo, who was considered a favorite for her role in True Detective.Snubs: Allison Janney for Mom and Pamela Adlon for Better Things for Comedy Lead Actress(Photo by Sonja Flemming/CBS)Seven-time Emmy winner Janney won in this category in 2016 and has been nominated in the role of Bonnie Plunkett five times, and Adlon has one win and seven nominations overall, two for her role as Sam Fox. Both were seen by experts as likely nominees, but those spots went instead to…Surprise: Christina Applegate for Dead to Me and Catherine O Hara for Schitt’s Creek(Photo by Netflix)Where there are snubs, there are also surprises. Applegate and O’Hara give Netflix and Pop, respectively, reason to cheer with their nominations in the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series.Surprise: Speaking of Schitt’s Creek…(Photo by Pop)Eugene Levy was a surprise nomination in the comedy actor category, taking a spot that experts anticipated would go to Jim Carrey for Kidding, and the title itself surprised in the comedy series category, beating out expected nominee The Kominsky Method, which won a Golden Globe earlier this year.Snub: Succession in the Acting Categories(Photo by Peter Kramer/HBO)The HBO title grabbed a best drama nomination — good luck against Game of Thrones! — but was shut out of the acting categories, despite favored performances from James Cromwell for guest actor, Kieran Culkin and Matthew Macfadyen for supporting actor, and Brian Cox for lead actor. Sarah Snook and Jeremy Strong were also in the conversation.Like this? 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Ryan Fujitani for Rotten Tomatoes: I know the initial spark for The Truth came from Juliette Binoche, but what ultimately inspired you to make your first film outside of Japan?Hirokazu Koreeda: Well, in terms of your question about what finally persuaded me to make a film outside Japan and in France, I was able to meet with the French director François Ozon several times in Japan, and he was very positive and supportive and said that, There are a lot of people who like your films in France. I m sure if you make a film in France, it will be successful. I think his words really stayed with me and really helped to persuade me. Right before filming, I met with him to tell him that I was working with [Catherine] Deneuve, and he said, Everyone says that she s so difficult, but honestly, she s the kind of actress who really wants to serve the entire film. So you ll be fine. It was very persuasive and reassuring to have him talk to me that way.RT: On that note, it seems clear how Juliette Binoche became involved with the project, being that she met with you early on, and I read that you were eager to meet with Ethan Hawke for his part right after you won the Palme d Or last year for Shoplifters. But what was the process like for casting Catherine Deneuve?Koreeda: Let s see, I had the idea suddenly in 2015 on my way back from France to Japan on an Air France flight. I had written a Japanese play for an aging Japanese actress, and it suddenly occurred to me to completely rewrite it and set it in France. And I thought, Well, if Deneuve is the aging actress, Binoche is her daughter and Ethan Hawke is Binoche s husband. That s how I start my diary entry for that day. It happened in a flash on an Air France flight.And then I had, I would say, about a total of six hours of lengthy interviews with Deneuve, and then I processed all of that, what I got from her, into strengthening and developing her character in the script. But about half of those six hours was her talking about restaurants and movies.The Truth is in select theaters and available on VOD on July 3, 2020.Thumbnail image: Everett Collection, Focus Features, Cinema Service
King of the Crop: Jumanji Destroys the Competition(Photo by Sony Pictures)Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle opened on a Wednesday, five days after the release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and in its first five days, it grossed .77 million. Jumanji: The Next Level took just three days to make million, way ahead of its ultra-conservative estimates of just million. That may only be the 13th best start for a film in the month of December, but if it follows suit with the other films like it, The Next Level should pass 0 million with no issue. Sony has a much higher number in mind, given that Jungle had the second-best December multiple of all time (after Avatar) when it earned 11.18 times its opening Fri-Sun weekend, amounting to over 0 million domestic. Another 7 million internationally gave the film enough (2 million) to place among the Top 50 grossing films ever; a spot it is likely to relinquish soon after The Rise of Skywalker opens. Can The Next Level reach the 0 million level? Only 12 other films to have started in December (including the limited release of American Sniper, which broke through in January) have done it. Four are Lord of the Rings/Hobbit films, three are Star Wars, two are from James Cameron, and the others are Aquaman and Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle. Budgeted at 5 million, The Next Level’s global total currently stands at 3 million and will have no problem turning a profit for Sony.Rotten Returns: Richard Jewell and Black Christmas Fail to Make an Impact‘Tis the season not to release films about terrorist bombings and serial killers. It is hard to say whether or not the accompanying controversy over the portrayal of a journalist in Richard Jewell really kept people away, but a Clint Eastwood film without a big star at its center (like Tom Hanks, Bradley Cooper or… Clint Eastwood) is normally not a big draw. The last Eastwood film without any of those faces in front of the camera to gross over million was 2003’s Mystic River. But the last of his films to open as weak as Jewell ( million) was, ironically, True Crime, back in 1999. Eastwood the actor only drew a .27 million opening for that February release, which went on to gross just .64 million. His Best Picture nominee, Letters from Iwo Jima, made just .75 million. Jewell may still find itself grossing over million, but it will rank as one of the lowest-grossing wide releases of his career and one of the bigger losers, given its million budget.Then there is Black Christmas, the second remake of Bob Clark’s first great Christmas film from 1974. The 2006 remake opened to just .72 million and finished with .27 million. The 2019 version did not do much better, with a .4 million start after what turned out to be an against-the-odds projection of -12 million. Horror has not been a popular genre to release in December, and the numbers show why. Going all the way back to 1981, only three horror films have opened to more than million in December (Scream 2, Krampus, and the 1998 remake of Psycho) and only four horror films have grossed over million (Scream, Scream 2, Krampus, and Dracula 2000.) In Blumhouse fashion, the budget for Black Christmas was only million, so it is not some major financial disaster, but if it fails to reach the million benchmark set by the 2006 remake (Rotten at 14%), that has to stand as a big disappointment.The Top 10 and Beyond: Frozen II Hangs on, Uncut Gems and Bombshell Are Solid in Limited TheatersThe champion of the past three weeks fell to second place, as Frozen II missed becoming the 45th film to gross more than million in its fourth weekend of wide release, though its .18 million raised its tally to 6.54 million, which is the 19th best ever after 24 days. That s about million higher than The Hunger Games: Catching Fire had back in 2013, when it was the original Frozen’s November partner in grossing 0 million. Frozen II’s fourth weekend is also around million more so we should expect no less than 0 million domestic in its pocket by the end of its run. Most importantly, though, Frozen II has become Disney’s 6th film this year to cross the billion-dollar mark which makes it the 38th highest-grossing film ever, and it will ultimately join the Top 25. The original Frozen currently ranks 15th, with .274 billion. Frozen II is only 2 million behind right now.Then we have two films making their runs toward 0 million. Ford v Ferrari is nearly there after another .14 million this weekend. Its total stands at .2 million domestic, but it is the 5 million global tally that lingers for Fox, as that is still around million behind where it needs to be to recoup its costs. Rian Johnson’s Knives Out is already into profit for Lionsgate and is now just trying to leg it out to the milestone. With .8 million so far, the murder mystery is hitching a ride on the numbers that Creed had at this point, within a million behind of both it’s 19-day tally and its third weekend. Creed finished with 9 million. That is a number that Ferrari is also headed towards and even with Knives a few million behind its pace it looks like it should still cross the finish line and may even pass Ferrari worldwide as it currently has 2 million.Benny and Josh Safdie’s Uncut Gems (92%) with Adam Sandler had a stellar showing in just five theaters grossing 5,498. While that is the second best per-theater-average of the year (5,099) behind just Bong Joon-ho’s Parasite (8,072 in each of three theaters), it is the fourth-best ever for a film released in five theaters. Only La La Land (1,104), The Master (6,311), and Brokeback Mountain (7,425) opened better. Gems also just missed a personal best PTA for A24, passing such notable titles as Lady Bird (,109) and this year’s The Farewell (,916), but was just behind Moonlight (0,519) as the all-time champion. We will see if the estimates come out higher on Monday. The studio’s ,000+ PTAs have all grossed at least .3 million. The Safdies last film, Good Time with Robert Pattinson, grossed a total of .02 million.The list of four-theater openings is a little steeper, but Jay Roach’s Bombshell nevertheless had a solid showing this weekend. With 2,000 the Fox News sexual harassment expose became the 15th best opening within that group ahead. Among the top 15 films in that group, 11 of them were nominated for Best Picture (with The Farewell TBD) including the aforementioned American Sniper (the all-time champ with 3,667) and Moonlight, which went on to win the Oscar, as did Birdman (4,397).Terrence Malick’s latest, A Hidden Life, had a less than great showing with just ,000 in five theaters. That comes between his last two narrative releases, Song to Song (,559 / Rotten at 43%) and Knight of Cups (,551 / Rotten at 47%), which were only in four theaters initially. A Hidden Life’s PTA (,400) is the director’s third lowest since his return to cinema in 1998 with The Thin Red Line and could be second lowest if the estimates fall. This has to be cited as a big disappointment for Fox Searchlight, who released the three-hour film featuring his first positive score with critics (78%) since The Tree of Life in 2011.This Time Last Year: Spider-Verse Swings into First Place(Photo by Sony Pictures Animation)The Oscar winner for Best Animated Feature first took the #1 spot at the box office this weekend. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse opened to .36 million, doubling the take by Clint Eastwood’s The Mule, which began with .50 million. In turn, Eastwood’s film more than doubled the start of Mortal Engines (.55 million) which ultimately barely doubled its opening weekend to become one of the biggest bombs of 2018. Both Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald and Ralph Breaks the Internet passed 0 million, and Creed II got over 0 million. James Wan’s Aquaman earned .9 million in special previews and that was good enough to grab the tenth slot on the list. Barry Jenkins’ If Beale Street Could Talk opened to 4,476 in four theaters, which amounted to the eighth best per-theater-average of the year. The Top Ten films grossed 1.64 million and averaged 67% on the Tomatometer.This year’s Top Ten grossed an estimated 2.24 Million and averaged 76.7% with critics.On the Vine: Jumanji Is Back, Along with a Slew of Awards Hopefuls(Photo by © Lucasfilm)The week fans both young and old have been waiting decades for is finally here: The big-screen adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cats arrives to storm the box office with its blend of live-action FX wizardry and angel-like lyrics. All kidding aside, while that all remains to be seen, it is also the week that the Skywalker Saga comes to an end. For years, fans all over the world have been anticipating the conclusion of the nine-film arc that George Lucas hinted at so many years ago. And now Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, Episode IX of the series, arrives and will undoubtedly be one of the biggest hits of 2019 and ultimately give Disney its 7th billion-dollar film of the year and push their grosses to over billion.The Full Top 10: December 13-15Jumanji: The Next Level (2019) 71% – .1 million (.1 million total)Frozen II (2019) 78% – .18 million (6.54 million total)Knives Out (2019) 97% – .25 million (.91 million total)Richard Jewell (2019) 77% – million ( million total)Black Christmas (2019) 39% – .42 million (.42 million total)Ford v Ferrari (2019) 92% – .14 million (.12 million total)Queen & Slim (2019) 83% – .6 million (.17 million total)A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood (2019) 95% – .35 million (.32 million total)Dark Waters (2019) 89% – (.89 million total)21 Bridges (2019) 54% – .19 million (.36 million total)
亚博投注官网 Best Sci-Fi Movies of 2019 (And The Worst)2019 is one of those movie years that sees cosmic superheroes, unstoppable syndicate assassins, and crime-solving pocket monsters with regularity, making it harder for science-fiction films to dazzle us with their subversions of the norm. That means they ll just have to be more creative in this day and age, and you ll find the ones up to task on our list of the best sci movies (and the worst) of 2019! ( The worst implying you ll also find the ones that aren t). The offerings this year include big-budget spectacles (Godzilla: King of the Monsters), mid-budget mindblowers (I Am Mother), a Michael J. Fox-featured time travel joint (See You Yesterday), and even something from genre wanderer Keanu Reeves (Replicas). As with our other genre lists (2019 s best in horror, comedy, and action),each sci-fi movie needed at least 20 reviews for inclusion. Distribution method was not a factor. It s the future, baby!Last updated 10/28: Terminator: Dark FateBest Movies of 2019 | Best Horror Movies of 2019Best Comedies of 2019 | Best Sci-Fi Movies of 2019Best Action Movies of 2019
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In 1908, the silent film Robin Hood and His Merry Men introduced theatergoers to the dashing rogue of English folklore who stole from the rich and gave to the poor, and since then, he has appeared in a neverending run of television shows and movies. Dozens of actors have played Robin Hood, and they’ve all brought their own distinct and varied styles (and accents) to the role. But there is one thing they have in common: They’ve all had to expertly fire arrows in movies like Robin and Marian (1976), Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991), and Robin Hood (2010), among others.With the latest Robin Hood promising copious amounts of archery action (18 arrows are fired in the first trailer!), we decided to take a look at movies featuring the character and other iconic archers to see if we could find any trends, patterns, or cool facts to drop on you. Sit back, relax, and enjoy this deep dive into the world of cinematic archery.So many arrows (Photo by Summit Entertainment)Sidenote: We’re leaving out crossbows because Robin Hood has no time for crossbows.What are the highest rated archery movies?In a merry coincidence, two Robin Hood movies are tied for first place. Robin Hood (1922) and The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938) have 100% Tomatometer scores, and they established the majority of the ground rules for the cinematic portrayal of the character (split arrows, archery contests, stealing money, green hats). These classics still hold up because of their massive budgets, acrobatic set pieces, and the committed performances of Douglas Fairbanks and Errol Flynn.Who is the most accurate Robin Hood?It turns out the Robin Hood (Cary Elwes) from Robin Hood: Men in Tights is the most accurate. Three other Robin Hoods have 100% accuracy rates (Robin Hood 1922, Robin Hood 1973, Robin and Marian 1976), but we re giving the most accurate award to Elwes because he fired the most arrows of the four (11) and is the only person who can believably fire six arrows at once. That is nothing to (A)sneeze at.Who is the most accurate archer, period?(Photo by Lionsgate courtesy Everett Collection)Move over Legolas (94%), Robin Hood (93%), Katniss Everdeen (85%), and Clint Barton (84%), Sylvester Stallone’s Rambo character has an outstanding 96% success rate throughout Rambo: First Blood Part 2 (1985) and Rambo (2008). His lone miss wasn t really a miss: In Rambo, he hits a guy in the leg and has to use another arrow to finish the job. Rambo is so accurate he fishes with arrows, which is something only a few characters like Merida from Brave and Lewis Medlock from Deliverance can claim.Which archer had the best run of accurate shots?Technically, Legolas 24-arrow hit spree in The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug is the most impressive run of the iconic archers included in our data set. However, he is a 2,000-year-old Elf who has had a lot of time to practice his archery skills. Thus, we’re giving Matt Damon (and his ponytail) the award for the 18 perfectly placed arrows he shot in The Great Wall. Not only did Damon defeat many ancient monsters with impenetrable skin, he s capable of wowing hundreds with his party tricks.Clint Barton (a.k.a. Hawkeye) isn t among the elite archersRyan FujitaniHawkeye’s 84% accuracy rate is impressive, considering he had to fire arrows at aliens, robots, friends, and superheroes who move very quickly and give him next to nothing to aim at (in Captain America: Civil War, Vision literally becomes intangible). Let’s hope that Avengers 4 allows Hawkeye to get his accuracy rate above 90% so he can join the super cool archery crew of John Rambo, Legolas, and Robin Hood. Also, we’d love to see what he can do against Thanos.Villains shouldn t catch arrowsSpeaking of Thanos battling Hawkeye, it s funny how cocky villains get when they ve caught an arrow. We don t understand why, because it always blows up in their faces (sometimes literally). In The Scorpion King, Blade: Trinity, and The Avengers, villains are foiled by their arrow-snatching skills. Most famously, in The Avengers, Loki is foiled by his own hubris when he catches an arrow shot by Hawkeye and smirks with joy, only to be caught off guard when the arrow explodes. We love this moment because it means Hawkeye knew exactly what would happen.If you re only going to shoot one arrow, make it countThroughout the four Hunger Games movies, Katniss Everdeen shoots 35 arrows and is accurate 85% of the time. Aside from surviving two deadly competitions, Katniss can claim she took down two enemy bombers with one arrow in Mockingjay: Part 1. This fact makes you forget that she only fired one arrow in the entire film.Best archer in a movie that shouldn t feature archery?Technically, Nicolas Cage’s character in The Weather Man is not an iconic archer. He is a weatherman who takes up archery as a hobby because it calms his nerves. However, the sight of Nicolas Cage strolling down a city street with a bow and arrow is awesome. The visual is so great we’re going to forgive him for using a crossbow in his latest gonzo masterpiece Mandy.When archery in movies gets a little too realDo you know why actor Toshiro Mifune looked so scared during the famous arrow scene in the 98% Tomatometer rated Throne of Blood? Director Akira Kurosawa had professional archers shoot REAL arrows at the actor! That’s why Mifune’s reactions seem so primal and real. Sure, he had padding in case an arrow missed, but we don’t think anything like this will ever happen again.Biggest waste of arrowsThe “100,000 arrows” scene in Hong Kong action master John Woo s Red Cliff features 100,000 arrows doing zero tactical damage during a major battle. Normally, missing 100,000 arrows would be bad enough, but imagine if the opposing army retrieved the majority of those arrows and fired them back at you. Red Cliff should be applauded for the very inventive way it chose to recycle arrows.Runner Up: 300 Xerxes orders arrows to literally block out the sun. It looks cool, but does nothing.Most creative archery moment in cinematic history(Photo by 20th Century Fox Film Corp.)We don’t condone using chickens in lieu of arrows. However, since Hot Shots: Part Deux is a spoof of Rambo, and we’re pretty sure the chicken lives, we had to give this scene some love. After dozens of movies in which archers used only arrows, it was a breath of fresh air to watch as Topper Harly (Charlie Sheen) misses six straight shots (longest missing streak in our data set, by the way) but manages to improvise beautifully when he realizes he’s spent all his arrows. Topper grabs an unsuspecting chicken, straightens it out, and fires it with his bow to vanquish one of his foes. He may be a terrible marksman (14% accuracy rate), but he comes through when it counts. Rambo would be proud. And confused.Movie posters love archersArchery looks awesome, which is why movie posters almost always showcase archers whenever possible. It doesn t matter if the main character only shoots one (Hanna), five (Tomb Raider 2018) or 18 (The Great Wall) arrows, the character will be on the poster with a bow in hand. Take a look at the posters below and you’ll see why marketing departments love showcasing archery: