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《哈利波特:魔法觉醒》是获原著官方授权、网易自研的一款RPG手游,2021年6月16日开启计费删档测试。在网易制作的这款哈利波特手游方面还是很好玩的,目前在这次测试中基本能体验的玩法都试了试,不管从哪方面来入手和体验哈利波特:魔法觉醒这款游戏绝对值得一试,在这款游戏中可以体验到:策略抽卡闯关决斗换装等等乐趣! But as Lindelof told reporters in August, “It is definitely not supposed to be a world that you recognize. We’re using alternate history, science fiction, [and] popular fiction to Trojan Horse themes that are prevalent in the real world in a fictional one.”The essence of Watchmen, both the comic book and the television series, at least in his view, is to use the superhero tropes to examine “institutions and culture and politics and the things that inform our society, and that’s the rich mix that makes the show the show.”So what is it actually about? To start with, it’s about white supremacy. A group known as the Seventh Calvary adopts the Rorschach mask and begins targeting police officers in Tulsa, Oklahoma. To protect themselves, the police are forced to take on masks of their own. To the producer, the issues of race and policing felt like “the equivalent of the nuclear standoff between the Russians and the United States” in 2019.(Photo by HBO)Click for full image (new tab)Of course, with protagonist Angela Abar (Regina King) – a wife, mother of three, and lead detective in Tulsa Police Force – taking part in masked law enforcement, the issue of institutionalized white supremacy may not seem as clear-cut as it otherwise might be, but Lindelof said “those contradictions … were things that we were very aware of in the storytelling, and tried to square to the best of our ability, but there are no easy answers.”As in the Watchmen comic, complex social issues cannot be solved with a faked alien invasion.“There’s no defeating white supremacy,” Lindelof added. “It’s not going anywhere, but it felt like it was pretty formidable foe.”The series will also examine what it means to wear a mask. As executive producer and episode director Nicole Kassell put it in a recent featurette, Watchmen “explores the complexity of who you are when you wear a mask, who you are when you’re not wearing a mask.” With characters directly stating opinions like “masks save lives” and “masks make men cruel,” it is tempting to see the costume accessory as a metaphor for the gun control debate. But looking back at the Watchmen comic, we’re tempted to say the mask — and the anonymity it offers — is more a metaphor for the use of force itself regardless of the tools involved.But as Irons says in the featurette, “Like all good stories, the truth unwraps itself slowly,” so our understanding of the program may be very different by the end of its first season.”Other details we know include the lack of an internet in Watchmen’s 2019 and the president who shut down the entire concept: Robert Redford. As Lindelof explained, the Nixon of Watchmen remained in office until his death. Vice President Gerald Ford replaced him, but lost to Redford in 1992. The former actor remains in power in 2019. While the notion contains a satirical jab – just as Nixon’s life-long presidency did in the comic book – Lindelof said he plans to use the Redford presidency to explore another powerful idea: a well-intentioned liberal who stayed in power too long.The CastBesides King, the cast includes Don Johnson, Tim Blake Nelson, Louis Gossett Jr., Adelaide Clemens, Andrew Howard, Jeremy Irons, Tom Mison, Frances Fisher, Jacob Ming-Trent, and Yahya Abdul-Mahteen II.Other cast members include Jean Smart, Sara Vickers, Hong Chau, Dustin Ingram, and James Wolk, as well as child actors Dylan Schombing, Lily Rose Smith, and Adelynn Spoon.In November 2018, word broke that Iron would be playing Adrian Veidt, confirming Lindelof’s intent to include at least one familiar character from the comic book. In the teaser, he can be seen mediating on a desk, recalling the Veidt of the comic book. In that story, he was the ultimate perpetrator of the conspiracy the Comedian and Rorschach uncovered. But in defiance of all comic book bad guys, his monstrous plan would ultimately better the world. Well, at least for a time. Rorschach sent his journal detailing Veidt s crime to an extreme right-wing publication – no doubt the reason he becomes a hero among the Seventh Cavalry – its publication seemingly prevented Veidt’s utopia from surviving the Nixon Administration.Meanwhile, Clemens will play Pirate Jenny, a clear reference to the Tales of the Black Freighter comic strip inside Watchmen, which is itself a reference back to the song “Pirate Jenny” from The Threepenny Opera. Smart is playing FBI Agent Angela Blake, who in a former life was the hero known as Silk Spectre. Also, as evidenced from the Comic-Con trailer, Dr. Manhattan will be returning to Earth, though it is still unclear who is playing him.(Photo by HBO)Also, the earlier teaser suggested a new mirror-masked Rorschach will be on the scene. This appears to be Nelson’s character Looking Glass, whose name underscores the anonymity he tries to utilize. In fact, that theme of obscured identity is strong across the television series as the police, militia members, and potential vigilantes alike use masks to hide themselves from opponents and the public at large. Clearly, privacy is on Lindelof’s mind. And in a 2019 where both Apple and Facebook trade on their ability to keep user information safe (but don’t always succeed), it serves as a good underlying panic in the same way the original comic book traded on the fear of nuclear annihilation.The Reznor/Ross Sound(Photo by HBO)Proving the series will be very different from other superhero shows, the musical score will be provided by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross of The Social Network and Gone Girl. Unlike the often rousing themes of superhero films or even the pulse-pounding tracks of The Flash or Arrow during its action scenes, Reznor and Ross are known for quieter, deliberate work. Fitting for a show that will no doubt eschew the usual superhero fights for something more graphic, harrowing, and pointed. Of course, they are capable of the bigger sweep as well, but one look at the teaser indicates bombastic music will be used in a more ironic way than, say, Avengers: Endgame.The Original Writer Is Not InvolvedUnlike many comic book adaptations these days, Watchmen will not feature input or even the approval of writer Moore. The notoriously cantankerous author had a bad run with Hollywood thanks to projects like V for Vendetta and League of Extraordinary Gentleman, leading to him refusing credit on subsequent films and even the money owed to him from those adaptations and sending the profit participation off to artists like Watchmen’s Dave Gibbons.Lindelof told TCA reporters that he tried to reach out to Moore, but was met with the ire the author reserves for all Hollywood types trying to adapt his work. But as the original comic book itself appropriated older ideas from the Charlton Comics, Lindelof felt he was right to follow in Moore’s footsteps and appropriate Watchmen for himself.“I do feel like the spirit of Alan Moore is a punk rock spirit, a rebellious spirit, and that if you told Alan Moore in 1984 or ’85 or ’86, ‘You re not allowed to do this because Superman’s creator or Swamp Thing s creator doesn t want you to do it,’ he would say, ‘F you, I m doing it anyway,’” he explained. “I m channeling the spirit of Alan Moore to tell Alan Moore, ‘F you, I m doing it anyway.’”Release Date(Photo by HBO)The nine-episode series will debut at 9 p.m. on Sunday, October 20. Considering the sort of passion Watchmen inspires from its fans – look at any discussion thread about Snyder’s film version or DC’s decision to make Watchmen prequel comics in 2010 – it is likely the series will become one of the most talked about comic book–based projects of 2019.Watchmen will premiere Oct. 20, 2019 on HBO.Updated Sept. 3 with release date.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
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n is the creator, writer, and executive producer of Loafy, an upcoming Comedy Central digital series about a manatee who runs a drug empire from his water tank at the Center Park Zoo. Moynihan will also voice the main character in the series, which will premiere in 2020 on all Comedy Central digital and social platforms.The Freeform cable network is developing a modern day spin on Dante Alighieri’s 14th-century epic poem Inferno, which will be set in Los Angeles and revolve around Grace Dante, a young woman with serious responsibilities – a drug addict mother and dependent brother – whose life suddenly starts improving … thanks to the devil. To outsmart him, Grace has to make her way through the underworld, i.e. present-day L.A. (THR)Disney+ has ordered 10 episodes of Becoming – a documentary series that breaks down the early years of celebrities – from producer LeBron James’s Springhill Entertainment. Nick Cannon, Lakers All-Star Anthony Davis, and WNBA All-Star and two-time Olympic gold medalist Candace Parker are among the celebrities who will be profiled.Netflix has ordered eight episodes of Heaven’s Forest, an animated drama with stories and characters inspired by the Indian mythology of Ramayana. Castlevania creator Warren Ellis will write and serve as an executive producer on the project. (Deadline)Sony Pictures Television is developing The Good Dish, a syndicated daytime series for 2020 hosted by Daphne Oz, Vanessa Williams, Gail Simmons, and Jamika Pessoa. The spin-off of The Dr. Oz Show began with cooking segments on that series (hosted by Oz’s husband Dr. Mehmet Oz), and will expand on the cooking segments with lifestyle, budget, and menu advice.Spectrum cable customers will be able to watch all new episodes of the Mad About You reboot on Nov. 20. Spectrum customers can watch all 164 episodes of the original Helen Hunt/Paul Reiser series on demand at SpectrumTV.com.Wilmer Valderrama is producing The Trail, a drama CBS is developing about elite investigators who work for the U.S. National Park Service and solve high-profile cases at Yosemite National Park. (Deadline)Upcoming mobile video platform Quibi has announced a new celebrity gossip talk show called Potty Talk. The series, hosted by fashion designer Alexander Wang, will find the designer and a guest host interviewing their famous friends inside the bathrooms at various pop culture events.Quibi is also putting a new spin on the celebrity game show. Comedian Ron Funches will host Nice One!, in which comedians are pitted against each other and challenged to “out-compliment one another in a showdown of sweetness and consideration.” (Deadline)Lucifer will air its final season in two parts, each made up of eight episodes. Series star Tom Ellis announced the season 5 breakdown while he hosted a tour of the Lucifer set on The Kelly Clarkson Show.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.英皇体育App官方版下载Debut writer-director Channing Godfrey Peoples  Miss Juneteenth was one of the surprise hits of this year s Sundance Film Festival, where critics singled it out for the charming ways in which Peoples unfurled its touching story. The movie tells the tale of Turquoise Jones (Nicole Behari), a single mom and former beauty queen who s preparing her daughter, Kai (Alexis Chikaeze), for the Miss Juneteenth pageant, which she herself won years ago. Ahead of the movie s release on June 19, Peoples spoke with Rotten Tomatoes about what Juneteenth means to her, the challenges of making her debut feature, and why she felt the need to tell Turquoise and Kai s stories.

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Best-Reviewed Directorial Debuts 2020The sight of an established performer making the leap into the director s seat is catnip for any movie fan. This year s ascending star: Regina King, who helmed One Night in Miami, depicting the meeting of titanic Black icons for an incredible 1964 evening. And new directorial voices were seemingly reaching theaters and services every week, keeping cinema fresh in a volatile year. They came with horror breakouts like His House (Remi Weekes); moment-meeting dramas Miss Juneteenth (Channing Godfrey Peoples), Promising Young Woman (Emerald Fennell); and they came ready to move us, as with Sound of Metal (Darius Marder).The order of the rank below reflects the Adjusted Score as of February 28, 2021. Scores might change over time.« Previous Category Next Category »

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Best-Reviewed Romance Movies 2018What would date night be without some decent romances on the big screen to help conjure up the warm-and-fuzzies? This year s batch of critical darlings includes a coming-of-age story, an adaptation of a James Baldwin novel, and a tale of forbidden love, but the runaway sensation that was Crazy Rich Asians topped the class.The order of the rank below reflects the Adjusted Score as of December 31, 2018. Scores might change over time.« Previous Category Next Category »

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6.26.7 0月喜迎在如今的手游端游戏中,能做到专注的制作游戏,并且拥有超高的游戏品质以及出色的游戏画面,CODM应该是独一份。不得不感叹,CODM真的是领先手游一个时代的存在,好游戏果然会赢得玩家们的心
Warner Bros. Pictures new trailer for their upcoming Shazam! doubles down on the lighter tone of the first trailer, released back during Comic-Con in July, and continues to offer potential audiences a look at one of the more whimsical superheroes in his seemingly natural habitat – a coming-of-age story set in the DC Comics world of powers, magic and the Batman. But the trailer also offers a few clues into some interesting ideas layered into the story. So let’s take a look at five things we learned from the Shazam! trailer.The Speed of Mercury(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)In both trailers, Billy (Asher Angel as a boy and Zachary Levi as the hero) reaches out to his friend Freddy (Jack Dylan Grazer) to help him with all this superhero stuff. In the earlier trailer, we learned Freddy is all about the heroes. He even tries to get Billy to admit to the superpower he wants most. And now that Billy has powers – thanks to the Wizard Shazam (Djimon Honsou) – the two explore the limits of his abilities.In the comic books, the Shazam powers include the Wisdom of Solomon, the Strength of Hercules, the Stamina of Atlas, the Power of Zeus, the Courage of Achilles, and the Speed of Mercury. The Power of Zeus (as electricity manipulation), the Courage of Achilles (as “bullet immunity”), and the Strength of Hercules (conventional super-strength) were highlighted in the earlier trailer and a few television ads, but the new trailer finally showcases the Speed of Mercury in its purest form – Flash-like superspeed, which he uses to save Mary (Grace Fulton) about halfway through the trailer. As it happens, the Speed of Mercury is also the source of his ability to fly, although, as we see late in the trailer, it is first the means to leap great distances – just like Superman in his early days – and requires Billy’s concentration to master. We also expect the Wisdom of Solomon will be the last of the powers Billy will acquire, considering how often the trailers remind you he is just a boy.Philadelphia Born and Raised(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)The opening shot of the new trailer reveals Shazam! s specific geographic location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This is, of course, a departure from the comics, where Billy, Freddy, and the rest of the Shazam family live in Fawcett City – itself a nod to the character’s original publisher, Fawcett Comics. But in lieu of putting another DC Superhero in another fictional city, relocating Shazam! to Detroit offers the hero a certain grounding. Which is a good thing considering just how fantastical Shazam! really is, with its mix of magic, caped superheroes, and super-genius villains. Building up a new DC city would take too much time and energy away from making Billy’s journey to a dependable hero believable and fun.That said, we’d still love to see Hub City or Opal City featured in a DC film or television series some day.Commercial Heroes(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)One of the most interesting and recurring details across both trailers is the commercialization of the Justice League. Entering the realm of meta-commentary, we see Freddy already owns items like a Batarang replica – but then, who doesn’t at this point? – and an Aquaman logo T-shirt which looks like it came directly from a promotional event for that film.But in the new trailer, the commercialization of the League becomes a point of comedy, as the hero uses a 1/2 scale Batman toy to hinder his opponent, Sivana (Mark Strong). The toy even says the Dark Knight’s signature line “I’m Batman!” before Billy launches it at his foe. It is doubtful a bit of plastic can stop the villain, but Billy has plenty of other products to pelt him with, including toy utility belts, plastic busts, fashion dolls, child-sized costumes, and even branded skateboards.And at this point, there is plenty to poke fun at in regards to the Justice League as a toy brand. For decades, Warner Bros. has been licensing the characters and their logos for products as expensive as a recent Batman: The Animated Series Batcave playset and as cheap as paper birthday party supplies. It s something that comics and television shows have touched upon, but it is new material for a live-action film based on the DC Comics characters.The Powers Of Sivana(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)And where would Shazam! be without a proper antagonist? With the character’s traditional archenemy, Black Adam, held in reserve for either the sequel or his own solo film starring Dwayne Johnson, the first film focuses on the hero’s oldest foe, Dr. Thaddeus Sivana. This version of the character, though, may not be the one comic book fans would naturally expect to see.For most of his existence, Sivana has been a character of science, using his intellect and inventions to battle the hero and conquer the world. His attempts always, eventually, fail. In more recent years, he was revised into a scientist desperate to quantify magic, with a raid on Black Adam’s tomb giving him the ability to “see” magic in one eye a visual cue definitely present in the trailer.But for the purposes of the film, Sivana is a former pupil of the Wizard Shazam. And as seen in the trailer, he appears to have some of Billy’s powers as well – the Powers of Zeus, Hercules, and Achilles being the most obvious. He also deduces that Billy is much younger than his hero self, though you wouldn t need the Wisdom of Solomon to guess that. Nevertheless, that knowledge will come in handy as Sivana and Billy become mortal enemies.He Doesn’t Have A Name… Yet(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)And if you’ve noticed we’ve avoided referring to Billy as “Shazam” whenever possible, that s because of the key moment in the second trailer when Freddy refers to him as “Captain Sparklefingers.” It feels important. There is also a subsequent moment, after Billy saves Mary with the Speed of Mercury, in which she awkwardly says, “you are the hero. ” It tells us that for most the film, Billy will be in search of a name. It is a thematically interesting idea that corresponds to Shazam’s publishing history in a very unique way.The character debuted in 1940 as Captain Marvel. His comics – published by Fawcett – soon began to outsell Superman and Action Comics. As impossible as it seems now, he was the most popular superhero of the decade. Noting the similarities to their character, DC tried to sue Captain Marvel out of existence, and after 8 years of litigation, Fawcett settled and ceased publishing Captain Marvel comics in 1953. This would lead to the creation of Marvelman in the UK comics scene – a story for another time – and eventually, Marvel Comics debuted their own Captain Marvel, making sure to file a trademark on the name in 1967. When DC finally bought Captain Marvel and the associated characters, they were forced to refer to him as “Shazam” on comic book covers while still calling him Captain Marvel in the interior pages. This practice finally ceased in 2011, when the company declared he only had one name: Shazam.Nonetheless, people still enjoy pointing out this curious bit of comic book history, made all the more curious by the fact that Marvel s Captain Marvel feature film and DC s Shazam! open in theaters a month apart. It seems the destinies of all Captain Marvel characters are inexorably linked.Either way, all signs point to Billy embracing the Shazam name by the end of the film. If that turns out to be the case, the issue of Billy’s superhero name will parallel his journey to control his powers and save the day. It s suitably whimsical, even if the film downplays some of the character’s more whimsical elements (like a verbal tiger man called Tawky Tawny). But it leaves us wondering if Freddy and Mary – who became the heroes Captain Marvel Jr. and Mary Marvel in the comics – will go on similar journeys, should they receive powers in a sequel.Shazam! opens everywhere on April 5.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
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本次《尼尔RE》依旧由横尾太郎出任监督,《尼尔:自动人形》制作人齐藤阳介担任游戏制作,此前参与过《碧蓝幻想》、《尼尔:自动人形》的CyDesignation公司负责角色设计。而整个《尼尔》系列最为玩家津津乐道的原创配乐,在本次作品中依旧由冈部启一出任音乐监督。所以这么看来,虽然仅一部手游作品,但几乎就是百分百的《尼尔:自动人形》原班人马参与制作。也正因如此,制作人齐藤阳介此前就表示过,这款游戏其实玩起来又有些不太像目前市场上的同类型手游。
Marvel s Hawkeye series for Disney+ staffs up, The Lord of the Rings series on Amazon also announces new cast, The Umbrella Academy star Elliot Page announces his transgender transition, a new streaming service announced, and more of the week s top TV and streaming news.TOP STORYHailee Steinfeld to Play Hawkeye’s Kate Bishop, Who Takes Over the Superhero Role(Photo by Jose Perez/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images)Will superhero Hawkeye eventually become superheroine Hawkeye in Disney+’s upcoming MCU series Hawkeye? All signs point to probably, as Hailee Steinfeld has been confirmed as Jeremy Renner’s costar in the new series. Steinfeld, seen in a video and photos from the series’ New York City set, will be playing Kate Bishop, who, in the comic books, takes over the Hawkeye gig after Clint Barton dies.In the photos, Steinfeld is seen shooting scenes around New York City (above) and in a subway station with her trademark purple outfit and a bow and arrow at the ready. The Young Avengers member is not alone, though; Clint and adorable costar Lucky the Pizza Dog are also present.Steinfield had posted a cryptic photo on Instagram on December 1 with a photo of a purple headband-wearing women who looks a lot like female Hawkeye and a caption that ended with a bow and arrow.Vera Farmiga, Florence Pugh, Fra Fee, Tony Dalton, Alaqua Cox, and Zahn McClarnon will also appear in the series, Variety reports.The Umbrella Academy Star Elliot Page Comes Out as Transgender(Photo by Amanda Edwards/WireImage)The Umbrella Academy star Elliot Page shared a heartfelt and open message with his fans on Twitter this week, saying he is trans and that his pronouns are he/they.“I feel lucky to be writing this. To be here. To have arrived at this place in my life,” the actor, previously credited as Ellen Page, wrote. He also pledged, after acknowledging that he has experienced fear about potential violence directed at him, to use his celebrity and platform to try to make the world safer and more accepting for other trans persons.“To all trans people who deal with harassment, self-loathing, abuse and the threat of violence every day: I see you, I love you and I will do everything I can to change this world for the better,” wrote Page, who is also known for roles in Juno and as Marvel X-Men film franchise character Kitty Pride.Netflix, home of The Umbrella Academy, tweeted support for Page, saying “So proud of our superhero!” The streamer and the series’ producers have no plans to change Page’s character, Vanya Hargreeves, a cisgender woman, Variety reports.Page, whose tweet has 1.8 million likes, also received tweeted messages of support from Sarah Silverman, Alyssa Milano, Rahul Kohli, activist Raquel Willis, James Gunn, Patrick Stewart, Sony, James Charles, Pamela Adlon, Josh Gad, and fellow Marvel superhero Mark Ruffalo (aka Hulk), who wrote: “You have made this world a more tolerant and loving place with your commitment, courage, and vulnerability. We are lucky to have public figures like you.”Discovery+ Streaming Service to Launch in January with Thousands of Hours of ContentIf you’re an HGTV, Lifetime, Discovery, Animal Planet, or Chip and Joanna Gaines superfan, you may want to go ahead and add another .99 to your monthly TV-watching budget: that will be the price of an ad-free subscription to Discovery+, the new streaming service launching in January with new original programming and existing favorites from all the Discovery networks.Discovery announced the service will launch with more than 55,000 episodes of programming, the largest-ever content library for a new streaming service. Networks represented will include HGTV, Food Network, TLC, ID, OWN, Travel Channel, Discovery Channel and Animal Planet, A E, History, and Lifetime.As part of the launch, Discovery+ will premiere two new nature docuseries, Mysterious Planet narrated by David Schwimmer (January 4) and A Perfect Planet narrated by Sir David Attenborough (January).Other new series will include a cooking show from Joanna Gaines, multiple spin-offs from the 90 Day Fiancé franchise, a new Long Island Medium spin-off series, a “culinary road trip” series starring Bobby Flay and Giada De Laurentiis, a family baking how-to series starring Duff Goldman and puppets, a topiary competition series starring Martha Stewart and Michael Urie, a home makeover series starring Maureen McCormick, and a Dan Levy–hosted series in which comedians watch and comment on episodes of House Hunters.NEW TRAILERS: Shadow Moon Fights His Destiny in American Gods Season 3In season 3 of American Gods, the Starz fantasy series based on Neil Gaiman s best-selling novel, Shadow Moon (Ricky Whittle) fights his destiny and his daddy issues after finding out that his boss Mr. Wednesday (Ian McShane) is Norse god Odin and his father. Settling down in snowy Lakeside, Wisconsin, he soon discovers that you can t simply reject being a god — but you can choose what kind of god you’re going to be. Season 3 premieres Jan. 10.More trailers and teasers released this week:• Vikings season 6, part 2 will premiere on Amazon Prime Video, with series  final 10 episodes getting a second-window airing on History at a later date. Premieres Dec. 30 (Amazon Prime Video).• Doctor Who: Revolution of The Daleks will see the Doctor saying hello to Captain Jack (John Barrowman) but bidding adieu to two of her companions. Premieres Jan. 1 (BBC America).• Euphoria, a special episode, revolves around Zendaya’s Rue celebrating Christmas after being left at the train station by Jules. Premieres Dec. 6 (HBO).• The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, the fourth and final season of the Netflix series, finds both Sabrina (Kiernan Shipka) and her/their friends taking on the Eldritch Terrors. Premieres Dec. 31 (Netflix).• Heaven’s Gate: The Cult of Cults tells the story of the infamous UFO cult that ended with the largest mass suicide ever on U.S. soil. Premieres Dec. 3 (HBO Max).• Snowfall, season 4, returns with Franklin Saint (Damson Idris) dealing with the fallout from being shot in the season 3 finale. Premieres Spring 2021 (FX).• Mariah Carey’s Magical Christmas Special features the pop superstar singing the best holiday pop tunes with special appearances by Jennifer Hudson, Tiffany Haddish, and Snoop Dogg. Premieres Dec. 4 (Apple TV+).• Mr. Mayor, season 1, stars Ted Danson as a Los Angeles tycoon who runs for mayor and accidentally wins in a comedy created by Tina Fey and Robert Carlock. Premieres Jan. 7 (NBC).For all the latest TV and streaming trailers, subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel.CASTING: Armie Hammer Will Play Godfather Producer Al Ruddy in Paramount+ Limited Series The Offer(Photo by Todd Williamson/E! Entertainment/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)Armie Hammer  (Call Me by Your Name) will play The Godfather producer Al Ruddy in Paramount+’s limited series The Offer, about the making of the classic mob family drama. Ruddy is an executive producer on the 10-episode project, which is written by Michael Tolkin (Escape at Dannemora) and revolves around Ruddy’s own experiences on the 1972 film.Amazon Studios announced 20 additional cast members joining fantasy series The Lord of the Rings, based on the novels by J.R.R. Tolkien: Cynthia Addai-Robinson, Maxim Baldry, Ian Blackburn, Kip Chapman, Anthony Crum, Maxine Cunliffe, Trystan Gravelle, Sir Lenny Henry, Thusitha Jayasundera, Fabian McCallum, Simon Merrells,​ Geoff Morrell, Peter Mullan, Lloyd Owen, Augustus Prew, Peter Tait, Alex Tarrant, Leon Wadham, Benjamin Walker and Sara Zwangobani.Read also: Everything We Know About The Lord of the Rings Amazon Series Julianna Margulies has joined the Apple TV+ Emmy-winning drama The Morning Show for season 2. She’ll play news anchor Laura Peterson, who works for the same company as Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston’s morning show host characters.Felicity Huffman has signed on for her first series since pleading guilty to fraud and serving a short jail term in 2019’s college admissions scandal: she’ll be the lead in ABC’s untitled baseball comedy, playing the owner of a pro baseball team. It’s inspired by the story of Susan Savage, the real-life owner of the Sacramento River Cats, a Triple-A baseball team of the San Francisco Giants. (Deadline)David Ramsey, who played John Diggle/Spartan on Arrow, will return to The CW to play Diggle on Superman Lois, Supergirl, The Flash, and Batwoman, and will also direct episodes of Superman Lois and Supergirl. (Deadline)HBO Max’s reboot of the ABC sitcom Head of the Class has added Watchman’s Jolie Hoang-Rappaport to the cast, while One Day at a Time alum Isabella Gomez will play the lead as the series’ teacher, the role played by Howard Hessman in the original. (Deadline) (Deadline)Anne Heche will join the cast of CBS legal drama All Rise, playing Corrine Cuthbert, a trial attorney who is frequently hired to defend police officers accused of violent crimes. (Deadline)Doctor Who stars Bradley Walsh and Tosin Cole, who play the Doctor’s companions Graham O’Brien and Ryan Sinclair on the BBC America series, will exit the drama via a storyline in “Revolution of the Daleks,” which will air on New Year’s Day.Oscar and Emmy winner Helen Hunt will co-star with Jasmine Cephas Jones in Starz’s series adaptation of the 2018 movie Blindspotting. The movie’s stars and co-writers, Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal, are executive producers on the series, and Casal will be the showrunner. The series continues the story of Ashley (Jones), whose plans are disrupted when her boyfriend goes to jail and she has to move in with his opinionated mother (Hunt).Saturday Night Live’s host and musical guest lineup for the rest of the year: Jason Bateman hosts with country singer Morgan Wallen on December 5; Timothée Chalamet hosts with musical guest Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band on December 12; and Kristen Wiig hosts on December 19, with musical guest Dua Lipa.PRODUCTION DEVELOPMENT: Charlize Theron Developing New Series for HBO and HBO Max in First-Look Deal(Photo by Karwai Tang/Getty Images)Charlize Theron has signed a two-year, first-look deal with HBO and HBO Max to create TV projects for the cable network and streaming service via her Denver Delilah production company. Denver Delilah has already produced series like David Fincher’s Mindhunter and the Netflix dramedy Girlboss. (THR)Melissa McCarthy and husband Ben Falcone (who played her love interest in Bridesmaids) will star in and produce God’s Favorite Idiot, a workplace comedy for Netflix. Falcone will play Clark, a tech company employee who falls in love with co-worker Amily (McCarthy) right after he unwittingly becomes the messenger of God. Netflix has ordered 16 episodes of the series.Vikings creator Michael Hirst is developing a new series at History: The Plague Year, which Hirst will executive produce, about a devastating outbreak of the Bubonic Plague in London in 1665. History is also developing The Donner Party, a limited series about the pioneers who resorted to cannibalism to survive after getting stuck in the Sierra Nevada mountains during the winter of 1846-47.Jane The Virgin creator Jennie Snyder Urman has a pair of new dramas in the works with CBS. Danni Delgado is an adaptation of the German series Danni Lowinski (with a Latina lead for Delgado) and is about a hair stylist who graduates from law school and opens a practice inside a mall cart. Urman is also developing The System, about a social worker in New York City who’s trying to help families work their way through the same complicated system she and her family had to maneuver their way through when she was growing up. (Deadline)Apple TV+ has given a series order to Acapulco, a Spanish and English language comedy about a man who lands his dream job at a hot resort, only to learn that it’s going to conflict with his personal morals. The series is based on the 2017 movie How to Be a Latin Lover, and will star the movie’s lead, Eugenio Derbez. Created by Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist creator Austin Winsberg, Acapulco is set in 1984, and Derbez will narrate the series and play the present-day version of him.Reese Witherspoon is producing the upcoming eight-episode Apple TV+ thriller Surface, which will star Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Witherspoon’s The Morning Show costar. Further details aren’t being divulged, but the series will go into production next year, and the show is based on an original idea from High Fidelity series creator Veronica West.Chazz Palminteri is teaming with Oscar-winning Green Book writer Nick Vallelonga, Midnight Run writer and director George Gallo, and The Pope of Greenwich Village producers Hawk Koch and Gene Kirkwood to develop an eight-hour miniseries adaptation of the 1984 movie about brothers – played by Mickey Rourke and Eric Roberts in the movie – who create a dangerous situation for themselves when they unknowingly rob the mafia. (Deadline)The first Jeopardy! episodes taped since the death of beloved host Alex Trebek will begin airing the week of January 11. Jeopardy! GOAT contestant Ken Jennings is the interim host.Entourage creator Doug Ellin is teaming with Matthew Vaughn, soccer legend Thierry Henry, and Mad About You producer Chris Case for Day 1’s, a soccer-themed series. The 10-episode drama is set in the world of British soccer and follows a young player whose star is on the rise. Casting is in the works for a 2021 production start date, and Vaughn is scheduled to direct the pilot.
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Jacqueline Coley for Rotten Tomatoes: You were recently a part of two huge films in the pop-culture consciousness, but they re completely different: Jumanji and Hereditary. What was that like?Alex Wolff: That s a really cool question. There were a couple of other films that I was part of that came out at that time, so I saw it more as a clump of films that I was really proud of.  I did House of Tomorrow, then My Friend Dahmer then Jumanji, then Hereditary, and then I started developing my film The Cat and the Moon. Yeah, Hereditary was this crazy overnight thing. I remember prepping to shoot my film, seeing all these articles popping up on people s phones. Everyone was like, Hey, your movie is killing at Sundance. I was like, Oh, cool. I don t think much of it. I ve been part of enough things that people say are going to hit and then don t, so who knows what s going to happen? That one was just crazy, though, because it came out of nowhere, and it just seemed to hit me in the face. Jumanji, it was like a Phew! because they put a lot into it, a lot of money, and a lot of people were part of it. I had such a great time doing it, but that was a huge relief; it was well-received. My Friend Dahmer also did way better than people thought. Hereditary was such a challenging and exciting experience. I was so proud of what we did. That s a long-winded way of say I still haven t really processed it. It s kind of crazy. I know that now I can t walk down the street without people looking at me and knowing my face. I m like, okay . okay.Which one do people on the street mention most?Easy. Hereditary, and they make the clicking sound. [Laughs] And a lot of people say they hate me and that I traumatized them for life, but I just take that as I m doing a good job.The Cat and the Moon is your first feature as director. Was this the goal from the beginning?Acting was always number one. It s still number one. It s the love of my life. It s the thing that I do. It s my job and the thing I m the most obsessed with. I believe that writing, directing, and acting are all part of the same sphere of creativity. They re all achieving the same thing for me, just in different ways. Writing and directing is this cool way of expressing it. I find that they re unfortunately separated somehow when people talk about them. We re all trying to make a great movie. That s what I love. I love good movies, and I love the artistry around all of it. Writing, directing, and acting, to me, are part of the same world. It s like you ve got the tricep and the bicep and the elbow, and it s all making your arm.Was there anything that you saw from working with Ari Aster, Cory Finley, or some other director that made you say, Okay, I want to apply that my directing? Yeah. Peter Berg, who s an executive producer on The Cat and The Moon. Peter Berg and Ari [Aster] and Corey Finley, whom I ve worked with twice, and all these other amazing directors that I ve gotten to work with, were fully responsible for easing my nerves. They talked me through what it s going to be like and what to prepare for. What I learned from them was to have full confidence in what I was trying to make. Ari, Peter, and Cory are all bold filmmakers in their own right and specific filmmakers. They make films that are personal to them. I knew I would hate myself forever if I tried to put in complex steady cam shots, because that s not what this movie called for. Maybe I ll do that in the future, but I knew this movie was fully in the heart of the Dardenne brothers. A patient character study that needed the camera to be still and patient to feel like this beautiful eye was watching what was going on. They told me to have full conviction in what it was, what I was doing, and try not to create something that was bulls t.As a working actor, was casting the film easier or more difficult, and is your brother in any way mad that you didn t cast him?My brother has got enough going on; he was so busy. He helped me produce it, but yeah, he s really mad. [Laughs] No, I m just kidding. He is in it, though. You ll not notice but it s his voice in the background of a scene. I won t tell anybody which. We recorded on an iPhone, and we ended up using it because it was so funny. I m screaming at him on the street.And the casting? It was easier than I thought it would be. It was really easy to audition because I was so excited that people were reading my dialogue. I loved seeing them improvise, and that was part of what made me cast them. I cast people who could improvise great stuff. Getting kids or teenagers who can do that is kind of few and far between. For this film, there s a lot of different types of things that demand personal magic and demand a certain type of spontaneity that can make this type of film work, that if it doesn t have it, the film falls flat. Most of the people didn t audition. I knew Tommy Nelson, who plays Russell. He was in the film called My Friend Dahmer with me. Stefania Owen, I d done Come through the Rye with, and she was amazing. Actually, no, Julian did an audition. I made my friend audition. I m a terrible person. But it was because I hadn t seen him in that type of part. Mike Epps, I just offered it to him because I saw him in these two amazing movies. I saw him in this film Bessie and in Sparkle. I thought he was amazing in both of them. I didn t even remember that I d seen him in The Hangover — lots of New York actors. There s a bunch of amazing actors in New York, and everybody brings something really interesting to the table. It was hard choosing honestly.You said giving a log-line is a bit stressful, so how about you give us the three films you d recommend to watch before or have same the vibe of your film?You Can Count on Me, Oasis, and The Kid With a Bike, and maybe Blue is the Warmest Color as an honorable mention.You love those honorable mentionsYeah, well I love these movies; it s so hard to choose.The Cat and the Moon is in theaters October 25th.
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With a Tomatometer score that places it among the worst-received in the past decade and ratings that Variety called a staggering low, the 93rd Academy Awards will go down in history as a failed experiment.Here s what critics had to say.The High Points: It Was DifferentThe fairest thing to say is that Academy Awards are rarely very entertaining to watch, but at least this year they were not very entertaining in an unexpected way. – Nicholas Barber, BBC.comNo one s asking for their money back: The 93rd Oscars were by far the best movie awards show of the past year. Hopefully it s also the last pandemic show we ll ever have to endure. – Lindsey Bahr, Associated PressThe question was, would it be a good sort of different or a bad sort of different? The ceremony turned out to be a bit of both-and yet, on balance, still more entertaining than the average pre-COVID Oscars. – Judy Berman, TIME MagazineLook, I m a sucker for Soderbergh s kooky art projects. This Oscar night looked different from any other, and the parts that worked were exciting enough to suggest a new style for blather-y awards shows. – Darren Franich, Entertainment WeeklyA fascinating exercise in rising to the occasion where necessary, and tripping on its gown when changing things for change s sake. – Caroline Framke, VarietyThe resulting relatively fast-paced and deeply personal ceremony actually might have been something more vital — a true Hollywood reinvigoration. – Dominic Patten, Deadline Hollywood DailyI m not sure we need this kind of lean approach every year, with its glut of words and its odd shortage of clips, but it did seem like the right style for a sobering year that has been ridden with loss, grief, illness, and financial strain. – Matthew Gilbert, Boston GlobeThe Low Points: Oy, That EndingIf the first two hours of The 93rd Oscars started to shakily reinvent the franchise s formula, the final stretch collapsed into confusion and chaos. The tone flailed wildly. – Shirley Li, The AtlanticSoderbergh and his co-producers seemed so terrified of appearing flippant about coronavirus they had apparently instructed guests to bang on about it at every opportunity. – Ed Power, Daily Telegraph (UK)The memorial reel was introduced with a strange recitation of all the bad things that can kill people, including poverty, which seemed to shove the losses of some of the most beloved people to the background behind political issues. As though people wouldn’t die if only we fixed our social problems Bryan Cranston’s giving out an Oscar to a nursing home in a deserted Dolby Theatre (the usual site) really captured the energy level of the night, and the slurred delivery by a suddenly 185-year-old Harrison Ford when he attempted a clunky comedy bit about initial negative reactions to Blade Runner was sad and dispiriting. – Kyle Smith, National ReviewThe Oscars finale was a heartless disaster Instead of having the previous year s Best Actress announce the Best Actor award and vice versa, the Academy broke tradition again and invited Joaquin Phoenix — who famously hates awards shows — to present the final award. Phoenix awkwardly read the lead-in to Best Actor which, in a shocking twist, went to Anthony Hopkins of The Father. Hopkins wasn t even in attendance, so the Oscar night ended abruptly, with the Academy accepting the award on his behalf. The debacle represents more than just the heights of miscalculation. Any way you look at it, the move was horribly unfair to the Best Picture winner. – Jeva Lange, The WeekMost of the innovations fell flat, and the Oscars worst tendencies towards bloat and self-congratulation were only amplified in the new setting. Every Oscar broadcast has its slow parts. This year, it felt like all slow parts. – Dave Nemetz, TV LineNo film clips. No songs. No host. No fun. The words show don t tell never occurred to Soderbergh and his crew. It was like if the Grammys didn t have any music. – Rob Sheffield, Rolling StoneThis is how I know for sure that the 2021 Oscars was a prestige-TV show and not a movie: because it was mostly enjoyable until the terrible finale that ruined the whole thing. – Jen Chaney, New York Magazine/VultureThe Affair Overall: It Was Not the Celebration of Movies We NeededThe Oscars this year of all years should have been a great big global commercial for motion pictures and the need for them in our lives. I brought my movie love. I don t feel like the 93rd Annual Academy Awards quite returned it. – Pete Hammond, Deadline Hollywood DailyOverall it all felt similar to previous Oscar shows, and often flat, especially without the masses (there were 170 at the ceremony compared to the usual several thousand in Dolby Theatre), loud applause and rattling of borrowed jewellery. – Jeremy Kay, Screen InternationalMay have felt like an earnest celebration of the people who make movies, but, thanks to some bad decisions, wound up being both a boring TV show and a lackluster argument for heading back out to movie theaters. – Kristi Turnquist, OregonianI could see what the producers were going for. Maybe I even respect what the producers were going for. But they didn t beat the house. Not this time. – Dan Fienberg, Hollywood ReporterIn a bid for elegance, the broadcast courted sluggishness. – Robert Lloyd, Los Angeles TimesIt s tough to remember Oscars ceremonies from one year to the next, but the 2021 Academy Awards telecast may stand the test of time for all the wrong reasons. It was bad. Really bad. – Rob Owen, Pittsburgh Tribune-ReviewThis strange time has a way of taxing our short term memory, and once this awards season is a dot in our rearview mirror perhaps we ll simply look at this Oscars as an adventurous effort that in the end, couldn t wriggle free from clichéd habits. – Melanie McFarland, Salon.comThe changes, however necessary, were a reminder of how the rituals of the Oscars, no matter how lame and formulaic, are a crucial part of its appeal — the mixture of performative glamour with the klutzy, mortifying atmosphere of a high school dance. – Mike Hale, New York TimesA breezy three-hour event is hard to pull off, and it s even harder to make entertaining. Besides a bit of hard-earned magic, Oscars telecasts rely on tension, spectacle, and surprises. Stripping out the first two and relying on the third is a risky bet. – Ben Travers, indieWire

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Ghcxuf Bond, James Bond, is headed back to the big screen for 007’s 25th movie, due for a release right before Thanksgiving in November (exact dates vary depending on where you live). As is befitting a secret agent, there aren’t many details about the film that are public knowledge yet, but here’s what we do know. [Updated March 4]It Finally Has a TitleFor a long time, Bond 25 was known simply as Bond 25. Fans were hoping that the official title might be revealed on April 25 of 2019, during a live-streamed presentation about the film broadcast from the Jamaican villa where Bond author Ian Fleming wrote all the original novels, but that was not the case. Instead, we all had to wait until late August before the official James Bond Twitter account announced that the new entry will be called No Time to Die.The First Trailer is OutThe first trailer for the film dropped on December 4, 2019, and it shows Bond leaping from aqueducts, getting trapped under ice, and withstanding a barrage of gunfire in his bullet-proof, classic Aston Martin DB5. He also faces possible betrayal from Dr. Madeleine Swann (Léa Seydoux) after settling down with her at the end of Spectre, a (friendly?) rivalry with a fellow 00 agent Nomi (Lashana Lynch), and a dangerous new villain — Rami Malek’s scarred, masked Safin.“History isn’t kind to men who play God,” Bond warns Safin in one of the trailer’s best lines, so it seems safe to assume that the latter s evil plan is quite ambitious and very dangerous.It Has an Official SynopsisThere were very few details about the plot before the trailer came out, and while it hints at a globe-trotting story of betrayal and friends and foes — both new and old — the synopsis explains a little bit more.“In No Time To Die, Bond has left active service and is enjoying a tranquil life in Jamaica. His peace is short-lived when his old friend Felix Leiter from the CIA turns up asking for help. The mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist turns out to be far more treacherous than expected, leading Bond onto the trail of a mysterious villain armed with dangerous new technology.”Cary Fukunaga is DirectingCary Fukunaga, known for True Detective Season 1, Beasts of No Nation, and Maniac, will direct No Time to Die. Fukunaga, who said that Daniel Craig is his favorite Bond, signed up to direct in September 2018 after original director Danny Boyle left the picture in August, citing “creative differences.” The switch in directors pushed back the film s release date, as it was initially set to come out in November of this year.“I want to make sure that this run of films, which has been fantastic, has a great next chapter and just keeps upping the ante,” Fukunaga said at the event.In addition, Neal Purvis, Robert Wade, Scott Z. Burns, and Fleabag’s Phoebe Waller-Bridge are writing the script.Daniel Craig is Returning(Photo by Francois Duhamel/Columbia Pictures)It was touch-and-go there for a while, though: Craig told Time Out London back in 2015 that he d rather break this glass and slash my wrists than play the suave spy one more time. But he s back for his fifth outing, havi 😈😈

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ing Race halted production on its 33rd season, and European content conference MIPTV 2020 has been canceled. Now SWSW — which lost presenters in Apple, Netflix, Amazon Studios, Twitter, WarnerMedia, Facebook, and TikTok and celeb attendees including Trent Reznor and Ozzy Osbourne — also canceled its March events. We are devastated to share this news with you, SXSW organizers wrote in an event update on SXSW.com. “ The show must go on is in our DNA, and this is the first time in 34 years that the March event will not take place. We are now working through the ramifications of this unprecedented situation. Fox News has canceled its upfront presentation for later this month in New York. Disney has canceled its European launch of Disney+ in London. And Japan’s Olympic minister has suggested the Summer Games could be postponed until later in 2020. (Deadline)As of now, PaleyFest 2020 – featuring cast members and showrunners from The Mandalorian, The Boys, Star Trek: Picard, Schitt’s Creek, Outlander, Ozark, and more – is still on for March 13-22 in L.A.Read Also: No Time to Die Gets Pushed Back to November, and More Movie NewsA Triple Dose of Courteney Cox Coming Back to TV: Friends Reunion, Game Show, and a Horror-Comedy Series(Photo by Jordin Althaus/E! Entertainment/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images)Courteney Cox is headed back to primetime via Starz’s Shining Vale, a horror-comedy series from Divorce creator Sharon Horgan and Jeff Astrof, co-creator of NBC’s Trial Error. Cox will play the mom of a dysfunctional family who leaves the city to move to a small town. They take up residence in a house where a lot of bad things have happened, but mom Pat is the only one who notices. That leads her to believe she’s either possessed or depressed — the symptoms are the same for both.And two sure-thing C.C. sightings ahead: that Friends reunion we’re all living for on HBO Max, and, as part of its Red Nose Day fundraiser, NBC will air the special Celebrity Escape Room, with Jack Black hosting contestants Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Ben Stiller, and Adam Scott. The special will air on May 21, followed by a two-hour variety show telethon that will raise money for childhood poverty charities.Oprah Creates Apple TV+ Special To Address American Dirt Book ControversyIt’s Oprah Winfrey’s multimedia world we live in, and she’s going the Apple TV+ route to address the recent controversy surrounding author Jeanine Cummins’ bestseller American Dirt, and Oprah’s own role in the literary drama. At midnight ET on March 6, Winfrey will premiere a two-part interview with Cummins, plus authors Reyna Grande, Julissa Arce and Esther Cepeda, and members of the Latinx community, followed by a discussion with Latinx people “who saw themselves reflected in the book and share their insights into real-life migrant experiences,” according to Apple.American Dirt, which tells the story of a Mexican mother and son who try to make their way to the American border after the rest of their family is murdered by a cartel, has drawn the ire of readers who accuse Cummins – who identified as white before revealing she has a Puerto Rican grandmother, Vulture reports – of being “appropriative” in telling the story. The book has sparked discussion about who has the right to tell stories outside their own cultures and experiences, and Winfrey found herself pulled into the mix (and the target of anger from some of those readers) after she selected the book for her Oprah’s Book Club.New Trailers: Hugh Jackman Dishes Up Some Bad Education on HBOMore trailers:Penny Dreadful: City of Angels, season 1, starring Natalie Dormer (Showtime)I Know This Much Is True, drama starring Mark Ruffalo (HBO)Stranger Things, season 4 table read (Netflix)Killing Eve, season 3, starring Sandra Oh (BBC America)What We Do in the Shadows, season 2 teaser (FX)The English Game, season 1, from Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes (Netflix)Breeders, season 1, family comedy starring Martin Freeman (FX)The Last O.G., season 3, starring Tracy Morgan and Tiffany Haddish (TBS)Belgravia, limited series based on the Julian Fellowes novel (EPIX)Home Before Dark, season 1, starring Brooklynn Prince and Jim Sturgess (Apple TV+)Transformers: War For Cybertron Trilogy: Siege, season 1, animated series (Netflix)Boomerang, season 2, with all episodes directed by women of color (BET)Elite, season 3, Spanish teen drama (Netflix)Future Man, season 3, starring Josh Hutcherson (Hulu)On My Block, season 3, teen comedy (Netflix)Tales From the Loop, season 1, starring Rebecca Hall (Amazon Video)Go Karts, coming-of-age racing movie (Netflix)For all the latest TV and streaming trailers, subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel.Casting News: Silicon Valley Star Thomas Middleditch Needs a Kidney in Chuck Lorre s B Positive(Photo by Michael Kovac/Getty Images for 101 Studios)Silicon Valley star Thomas Middleditch will star in Chuck Lorre’s CBS comedy pilot B Positive, about a recently-divorced dad, Drew, who needs a kidney donor. Sara Rue – a vet of three Lorre series: The Big Bang Theory, Mom, and Two and a Half Men – and You’re the Worst star Kether Donohue will also star in the series. Rue will play Drew’s ex, while Donohue will play a party girl friend of Drew, and the previously announced Annaleigh Ashford (Masters of Sex) will play the woman who donates a kidney to Drew. (Variety)The Handmaid’s Tale star Ann Dowd has been cast as the titular POTUS in Showtime’s pilot for the adaptation of The President Is Missing, the novel by James Patterson and Bill Clinton. Dowd plays President Jillian Stroud, who goes missing halfway through her first term in office, thrusting her veep, played by David Oyelowo, into her job. (Deadline)Orange Is the New Black star Lorraine Toussaint will play the aunt of Queen Latifah’s Robyn McCall on the CBS reboot of drama The Equalizer.ra Sedgwick is starring in the ABC comedy pilot My Village, about a recently widowed Midwestern woman who moves to Los Angeles to be near her adult children, but doesn’t exactly fit in with the hipster L.A. lifestyle.Warcraft star Ben Schnetzer has replaced Barry Keoghan as main character Yorick Brown in FX’s drama Y: The Last Man. The series adaptation of Brian K. Vaughan’s comic revolves around Yorick’s quest to find out what wiped out all male chromosomes on the planet, leaving him … what the title says. The rest of the cast includes Diane Lane, Marin Ireland, and Amber Tamblyn. (THR)Without a Trace star Anthony LaPaglia will play Trevor, the widower who moves in with his son, Jim Jeffries’ character, in the NBC comedy pilot Jeffries. (Deadline) Veep star Reid Scott will star in the high-concept NBC drama pilot Echo, about a team of undercover FBI agents who go into the past, assume the identities and bodies of the victims, and try to prevent crimes before they happen. Scott will also be a producer on the series, which has signed True Blood star Janina Gavankar as the female lead, playing a cop. (Deadline)Schitt’s Creek star Emily Hampshire has been cast as the co-lead in EPIX’s Chapelwaite, opposite Adrien Brody. The 10-episode drama is based on Stephen King’s Jerusalem’s Lot, and is planned for a fall 2020 premiere. Hampshire will play Rebecca, an aspiring writer who applies for the job of governess to Captain Charles Boone’s (Brody) children, and hopes to use them as inspiration for the book she’s writing. “In doing so,” according to EPIX, “Rebecca will not only craft the next great gothic novel, she’ll unravel a mystery that has plagued her own family for years.”Taxi and Back to the Future star Christopher Lloyd is guest starring on NCIS, playing a Navy veteran of the Pearl Harbor attack who gets caught up in a Gibbs (Mark Harmon) investigation. (TVLine)The Facts of Life and Living Single star Kim Fields has joined the cast of the Netflix comedy The Upshaws, about a working class African American family in Indiana. Fields will play a mother of three, married to a character played by Mike Epps and sister of a character played by Wanda Sykes.Succession star Ashley Zukerman will star in NBC’s drama pilot Langdon, about the Robert Langdon character at the center of Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code novel and its sequels. Tom Hanks played the character in the movie versions of Brown’s books.Brandon McKnight, who plays Chester P. Runk on The Flash, has been promoted to series regular for season 7 of The CW series. (Deadline)(Photo by Claudio Lavenia/Getty Images)R B star Usher will executive produce and serve as a judge on the Quibi dance competition series The Sauce. (Deadline)Doctor Who and Years and Years star Maxim Baldry has been cast in Amazon’s Lord of the Rings series. No details about his role have been announced, but the series has already been renewed for a second season before the first premieres.Suits alum Gina Torres will play one of the titular roles in the ABC drama pilot The Brides, a “sexy, contemporary reimagining of the Dracula story.” From producer Greg Berlanti and Riverdale creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, the series revolves around three immortal women – led by Torres’ Cleo Phillips – who go to great lengths to maintain their family’s power.Wayward Pines and Sleepy Hollow star Shannyn Sossamon will play the lead in the Fox drama pilot The Cleaning Lady, about a doctor who moves to the U.S. from the Philippines to get medical treatment for her son. When things go badly, she has to go into hiding, and becomes the on-call cleaning woman for the mafia. (Variety)Rumer Willis has been cast in a “pivotal” role on Fox’s firefighter drama 9-1-1. No specifics are available on who she’ll play, but the Empire and Masked Singer alum, and Dancing with the Stars champion, is said to be involved in “one of the show’s biggest emergencies yet.” (TVLine)Tony-nominated Broadway star Hailey Kilgore (Once on This Island) has signed on for the Power prequel series Power Book III: Raising Kanan, where she’ll play Jukebox, the Kanan Stark corrupt cop confidant played by Anika Non-Rose in the original series. The teenage version of Jukebox is one of Kana’s best friends, and an aspiring singer.HBO Max has cast its Gossip Girl reboot stars: Whitney Peak (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina), Eli Brown (Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists), Emily Alyn Lind (Code Black), Johnathan Fernandez (Lethal Weapon), and Jason Gotay (Peter Pan Live!). Kristen Bell will return as the narrator, a role she performed in the original CW series. Lind will play a character with a long-time boyfriend whose eye may start wandering, but the rest of the characters’ descriptions are being kept under wraps.How to Get Away with Murder vet Kendrick Sampson will play Brad, the boyfriend of Odette Annable’s Janey Steadman in ABC’s pilot for the thirtysomething sequel, thirtysomething(else).The Good Doctor star and executive producer Daniel Dae Kim will join New Amsterdam in the recurring role of the hospital’s new head trauma surgeon. He debuts in the April 7 episode. (TVLine)Brett Gelman, whose conspiracy theorist and Hopper pal Murray Bauman was introduced during season 2 of Stranger Things, has been promoted to series regular for season 4.Kirstie alum Eric Petersen will play the title role in AMC’s Kevin Can F*** Himself, about the secret life of what we think of as the typical sitcom TV wife (played by Schitt’s Creek star Annie Murphy). Mary Hollis Inboden (The Real O’Neals) has also been cast as the couple’s neighbor, Alex Bonifer (Superstore) plays Kevin’s best friend.Pitch star Kylie Bunbury will star with Katheryn Winnick (Vikings) in David E. Kelley’s ABC thriller The Big Sky, about a PI and an ex-cop who partner to locate two sisters who have been kidnapped by a truck driver in Montana. Ryan Phillippe and Chicago P.D. alum Brian Geraghty also star. (Variety) (Deadline)Star Trek: Discovery alum Jason Isaacs has joined the cast of the Sophia Bush CBS medical drama pilot Good Sam. He’ll play the surgeon father of Bush’s Sam, and, after waking up from a month-long coma, he finds out Sam is now his boss. (Variety)Grace Gummer (Mr. Robot) and Prodigal Son’s Molly Griggs will join Alec Baldwin, Jamie Dornan, and Christian Slater in the Peacock limited series Dr. Death, based on a podcast about a sociopathic doctor (Dornan). (Deadline)Burn Notice star Coby Bell will play Texas Ranger captain Larry James on The CW’s Walker, Texas Ranger reboot, Walker, with Jared Padalecki. (Deadline)Read More: Premiere Dates Calendar: Quibi Announces Launch Line-upDave Chappelle, Ali Wong, David Letterman Headline Netflix s First Comedy FestNetflix will host its first comedy festival – the Netflix Is a Joke Fest — in Los Angeles in April and May, including performances by Dave Chappelle, David Letterman, Jerry Seinfeld, Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, Amy Schumer, Jamie Foxx, Ali Wong, Wanda Sykes, Sebastian Maniscalco, Mike Birbiglia, and Hannah Gadsby. Tickets for the weeklong, multiple venue fest go on sale on March 6.Development News: Disney+ To Reunite LeFou and Gaston for Beauty and the Beast Prequel Series(Photo by Laurie Sparham /© Walt Disney Pictures /courtesy Everett Collection)Josh Gad and Luke Evans will reprise their roles as LeFou and Gaston, respectively, for a six-episode musical prequel to Beauty and the Beast on Disney+, EW reports. Once Upon a Time creators Eddy Kitsis and Adam Horowitz will develop the project and showrun the series along with Gad. Producers are reportedly in talks with composer Alan Menken to return.Podcasting with Christafuh: Fans of The Sopranos will soon have the opportunity to get new, behind-the-scenes scoop on the classic HBO drama, straight from the mobsters’ mouths, when stars Michael Imperioli and Steve Schirripa — that’s Christopher and Bobby — launch the Talking Sopranos podcast. The two will bring fellow cast members, writers, and directors into the mix as they break down each episode of the show — that’s 85 installments before we get their opinions about whether or not Tony survived the series finale. Talking Sopranos will debut in April on Apple, Spotify, and YouTube.A E has scheduled a two-night salute to country music superstars. On April 12, the network will debut Biography: Dolly, documenting the life of the legendary Dolly Parton, followed by Willie Nelson: American Outlaw, a Nashville concert in honor of Nelson, featuring performances by George Strait, Chris Stapleton, Dave Matthews, Jack Johnson, Emmylou Harris, Sheryl Crow, Norah Jones, and Vince Gill. The following night, Biography: Kenny Rogers unfolds the life and career of the singer best known for his hit song “The Gambler.”British novelist and Chaplin screenwriter William Boyd is writing a miniseries about the 2019 fire in the Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris, based on The New York Times coverage of the devastation. (Variety)Fresh Off the Boat writer and co-producer Cindy Fang and executive producers Melvin Mar and Jake Kasdan are developing the comedy Asian Descent for Freeform. The dark comedy is about an aspiring musician who has to move back home with her immigrant parents when her dreams aren’t working out. (Variety)Jessica Alba will host the docuseries Parenting Without Borders for Disney+. Based on the 2014 book of the same name written by Christine Gross-Loh, the series will find Alba travelling all around the world to spend time with families and learn about their parenting customs. Deadline says the series is described as “Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown for parenting.” (Deadline)Quibi has ordered a trio of non-scripted series: Sex Next Door, which will follow the lives of four sex workers in Seattle; Hot Off the Mic, a daily show where comedians will give their takes on the headlines of the day; and How We Met, which will follow a new couple’s origins story each episode. (Deadline) (Deadline)Judge Judy will end after its upcoming 25th season, but Judith Sheindlin announced she’s developing a new series, Judy Justice, which will premiere the following year.Comedian Atsuko Okatsuka will host the Quibi game show Let’s Go, Atsuko! A Woke Japanese Game Show. Two contestants will be asked to name something they love and something they fear, which will be used to tailor challenges for them that take place in the “surreal universe inside [Okatsuka’s] grandma’s fridge.” (Deadline) (Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures, ©2020 Disney/Pixar)For some, December 25th movie releases have traditionally offered an escape from uncomfortable family time while providing theater employees a chance to make that sweet holiday pay. Most of us won t be heading to cineplexes on Christmas Day this year, though, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the widespread business closures associated with it. Like a lot of things in 2020, it s an unprecedented situation, and movie lovers looking for something to pass the time will instead likely turn to HBO Max s Wonder Woman 1984 or Disney+ s Soul to fill that gap. All of this got us thinking about the movies of Christmas Past, and we thought it might be both fun and enlightening to look back at every film ever released on December 25th and try to figure out if one rises above all the rest.One might understandably assume the list would be littered with holiday classics, but since they re typically released earlier than, you know, Christmas Day, we ended up with a hodgepodge of just about anything you could imagine. Considering they include titles as diverse as Magnum Force, Tombstone, An American Werewolf in Paris, and that most celebrated of yuletide standards, 47 Ronin, it s clear that there isn t any rhyme or reason to Christmas Day releases beyond Let s cross our fingers and hope this makes a lot of money. (Photo by Frank Connor/©Universal Pictures)Before we jump in, though, we need to clarify a few things about the process. First, our data set includes films that received wide releases on December 25th and have Tomatometers, Audience Scores, and reliable box office numbers. Regarding the latter, we had to stick to domestic box office earnings due to reliability issues with global market totals. Unfortunately, this meant older films like There Was a Crooked Man and Friday Foster failed to make the cut due to incomplete or insufficient data. Once we collected the relevant information, we ranked all the movies by Tomatometer, Audience Score, and Domestic Box Office (adjusted for inflation), added up their ranking numbers, and arranged the results in descending order so that the film with the lowest rank total would take the top spot. We know; it s a lot to digest.With the logistics out of the way, let’s get to why you’re here. After compiling all the statistics and ranking all 124 movies we looked at, we were able to narrow the list down to a Top 10. Will the top spot go to a bloody revisionist Western, an all-timer heist flick, or a stylish take on a legendary sleuth? Check out the full list below, along with each film s rank in our three data categories and a little bit of context, to find out which one is the Best Movie Released on December 25th!10. Tombstone (1993) 50 Points(Photo by ©Buena Vista Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)Tomatometer Score (Rank): 74% (21st)Audience Score (Rank): 94% (4th)Domestic Box Office (Rank): 5 million (25th)While we have no evidence of this, it’s safe to assume that many adults would’ve been O.K. to receive tickets from Santa to go watch Tombstone when it was released on December 25, 1993. The thought of watching legendary lawman Wyatt Earp (Kurt Russell) go to war against an outlaw gang of red-sashed murderers, led by Powers Boothe and Michael Biehn, is simply too epic to pass up. Not only was Tombstone a hit in 1993, but it’s grown in stature since then as its memorable mustachioed characters, epic gun fights, and iconic lines ( I’m your Huckleberry ) have become more and more popular. It also doesn’t hurt that the cast also includes – deep breath – Val Kilmer, Bill Paxton, Sam Elliott, Billy Zane, Michael Rooker, Charlton Heston, Stephen Lang, Thomas Haden Church, Billy Bob Thornton, and Dana Delaney, and they re all excellent. Tombstone is a rollicking good time, and despite some behind-the-scenes friction and director swaps, it s still a fan favorite that boasts an outstanding 94% Audience Score.It’s tough to single out the best moment, as the movie features a plethora of memorable scenes. Whether it’s Wyatt Earp’s takedown of a bully (Billy Bob Thornton in a fun cameo) or Doc Holliday s “I’m your Huckleberry” right before he puts one in Johnny Ringo s forehead, Tombstone has a deep bench of epic moments and characters, which is why it’s on our list.9. Sherlock Holmes (2009) 49 Points (Tie)(Photo by Alex Bailey/©Warner Bros. courtesy Everett Collection)Tomatometer Score (Rank): 69% (25th)Audience Score (Rank): 77% (20th)Domestic Box Office (Rank): 0 million (4th)Riding high off the success of 2008’s Iron Man, Robert Downey Jr. stepped into the well-worn shoes of another famous brilliant person, Sherlock Holmes. The end result was an intriguing modern-day update of the character created by Arthur Conan Doyle in 1887. Rather than simply using his brain, Holmes uses his brawn as well, engaging in underground fist fights that showcase his six-pack abs and uncanny ability to anticipate his foe s moves, which allows him to exert maximum pain on his bare-knuckle boxing opponent (is that cheating?).The Guy Ritchie-directed film about Sherlock’s hunt for an aristocratic serial killer would go on to collect 4 million worldwide and spawn a sequel two years later, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, which also cleared the 0 million mark at the global box office.Fans and critics alike were fairly impressed with the performances by A-listers Downey, Jude Law, Rachel McAdams, and Mark Strong, as well as the stylized directing of Ritchie, which breathed new life into an old character. We re even scheduled to get a third entry in the franchise in December of 2021.9. Magnum Force (1973) 49 Points (Tie)(Photo by Everett Collection)Tomatometer Score (Rank): 72% (23rd)Audience Score (Rank): 77% (20th)Domestic Box Office (Rank): 1 million (6th)As the second entry in the five-film Dirty Harry franchise, Magnum Force had the luxury of trading on the blockbuster success of its predecessor, but it also carried the expectations of the popular film that featured San Francisco Police Department Inspector Harry Callahan (Clint Eastwood) asking people if they felt lucky. Focusing on Harry s hunt for corrupt cops who take the law into their own hands, Magnum Force features explosions, murder, blood, profanity, and more explosions – you know, typical holiday movie stuff – which thrilled 1973 audiences who were looking for all of those things. Director Ted Post, who also worked with Eastwood on the well-received 1968 Western Hang ‘em High, knew what he was doing (making an action sequel), and there is no better evidence of that than in the opening credits: the cast and crew list is played over Harry’s .44 Magnum gun, which he then points towards the screen and shoots (think American James Bond) in a bonkers breaking of the fourth wall that tells the audience immediately what they re in for.7. Broadcast News (1987) 48 Points(Photo by ©20th Century Fox Film Corp.)Tomatometer Score (Rank): 98% (2nd)Audience Score (Rank): 79% (18th)Domestic Box Office (Rank): 6 million (28th)Written and directed by James L. Brooks, the workplace comedy Broadcast News was nominated for seven Academy Awards and is considered to be one of the greatest movies ever about journalism. Holly Hunter, William Hurt, and Albert Brooks all received Oscar nominations for their lively performances, and it would be tough to find a more likable and well-written comedy about three people who love/hate making television together. Hunter famously joined the project shortly before production started, and she’s so good you’d think Brooks wrote the role just for her. Also, if you’ve never watched Broadcast News, go ahead and check out Aaron s (Albert Brooks) sweating scene; it’s an uncomfortable moment that features an excellent reporter absolutely bombing on camera, and Brooks plays it to perfection. Glancing at the reviews, you’ll see the phrases “uproariously funny,” “warm and heartfelt,” and “enormously entertaining” pop up time after time, and for good reason. Broadcast News gave audiences a lot to cheer for on December 25, 1987.6. The Aviator (2004) 47 Points(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)Tomatometer Score (Rank): 86% (11th)Audience Score (Rank): 79% (18th)Domestic Box Office (Rank): 7 million (18th)Directed by Martin Scorsese, and starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Cate Blanchett (who won a Best Supporting Actress Oscar), and Kate Beckinsale, among others, The Aviator focuses on the early life of director/aviator/entrepreneur Howard Hughes and his legendary antics. Much like Hughes, The Aviator is larger than life as Scorsese loads it with glamour, plane crashes, and excellent visual effects that blend seamlessly into the period setting. The Aviator was the second (of the now five) collaborations between DiCaprio and Scorsese, and it netted DiCaprio his first Best Actor Academy Award nomination (he was previously nominated for Best Supporting Actor for What’s Eating Gilbert Grape); it also happens to be the first of three – yes, three – appearances on this list by Leonardo DiCaprio. The 0 million-budgeted drama won five Oscars (of a total 11 nominations) and still holds up beautifully, as the work of editor Thelma Schoomaker and cinematographer Robert Richardson give the 170-minute biopic an epic feel.5. Little Women (2019) 42 Points(Photo by Sony Pictures)Tomatometer Score (Rank): 95% (5th)Audience Score (Rank): 92% (6th)Domestic Box Office (Rank): 8 million (31st)Powered by Greta Gerwig’s Academy Award-nominated script and direction, the million-budgeted Little Women pulled in 6 million worldwide and was met with near universal praise. The feat is all the more impressive (and not altogether unexpected, since Gerwig loves the novel) considering Louisa May Alcott’s iconic story about sisters growing up in Massachusetts during the civil war has been adapted for the screen multiple times, dating all the way back to 1917. What makes this adaptation stand out among the rest is the way Gerwig includes a nonlinear storyline and a different ending to offer audiences something fresh and unexpected. Also, bringing back her Lady Bird star Saoirise Ronan to play the pivotal role of Jo March was a smart idea, as the two work wonderfully together, and Ronan received Academy Award nominations for both films. Plus, Gerwig didn t stop with Ronan; she and producer Amy Pascal also landed the immense talents of Meryl Streep, Florence Pugh (who received a Best Supporting Actress nomination), Emma Watson, Laura Dern, Timothée Chalamet, and a host of other incredible actors, lending the film the kind of A-list shimmer you d expect to see in a prestige picture.4. To Kill A Mockingbird (1962) 30 Points(Photo by Everett Collection)Tomatometer Score (Rank): 92% (7th)Audience Score (Rank): 92% (6th)Domestic Box Office (Rank): 8 million (17th)Since its release in 1960, Harper Lee s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel To Kill a Mockingbird has been an American institution that has sold over 40 million copies and been discussed and re-evaluated in classrooms across the country. Two years after its publication, director Robert Mulligan brought To Kill a Mockingbird to the big screen, and it was a smash hit that won three Academy Awards and eventually earned the 25th spot on the American Film Institute’s Top 100 Films list. Anchored by Gregory Peck’s Oscar-winning performance and Horton Foote’s faithful screenplay, Mockingbird tells the story of Atticus Finch (Peck), a lawyer in the depression-era South defending a Black man named Tom Robinson (Brock Peters) who has been put on trial for an undeserved rape conviction.Putting aside the important cultural discussion that continues to this day, To Kill a Mockingbird is an example of a book adaptation done right. Mulligan and Foote knew they had excellent source material to work from, so they stuck to it (mostly), and with the help of Harper Lee presented a faithful adaptation that struck a chord with audiences who saw the movie as a gift when it opened on Christmas Day of 1962.3. Django Unchained (2012) 28 Points(Photo by Andrew Cooper/©Weinstein Company)Tomatometer Score (Rank): 87% (10th)Audience Score (Rank): 91% (7th)Domestic Box Office (Rank): 1 million (9th)Between Four Rooms, Jackie Brown, and The Hateful Eight, Quentin Tarantino sure loves releasing movies on December 25, but his biggest Christmas Day hit came from Django Unchained, a super R-rated revisionist Western featuring a final gunfight that leaves a Mississippi plantation estate flooded with blood. The movie pulled in a whopping million its opening day (Catch Me If You Can only pulled in million) and ended up earning 1 million domestic, winning Academy Awards for Tarantino (Best Original Screenplay) and Christoph Waltz (who won his second Best Supporting Actor Oscar after earning his first for another Tarantino collaboration, Inglourious Basterds).Django Unchained tells the story of a freed slave named Django (Jamie Foxx) who teams up with an eccentric German bounty hunter named Dr. King Shultz (Waltz) in exchange for Shultz s help freeing Django’s wife Broomhilda (Kerry Washington) from the vile clutches of plantation owner Calvin Candy (Leonardo DiCaprio, making his second appearance on this list). Normally, hard R-rated exploitation films with 165-minute running times wouldn’t be nominated for five Academy Awards (and win two). Yet under Tarantino’s supervision, Django delighted audiences around the world and provided Christmas counterprogramming with silver-tongued devils, flesh-ripping torture, and Leo DiCaprio monologuing about skulls.2. Catch Me If You Can (2002) 15 Points(Photo by ©DreamWorks courtesy Everett Collection)Tomatometer Score (Rank): 96% (4th)Audience Score (Rank): 89% (9th)Domestic Box Office (Rank): 7 million (2nd)It wasn’t a hard sell to get audiences into theaters to watch Catch Me If You Can in 2002. Directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Tom Hanks and Leonardo DiCaprio (and that makes three!), Catch Me If You Can is a rollicking film about Frank W. Abagnale Jr. (DiCaprio), a likable con man being chased around the world by Carl Hanratty (Hanks), a likable FBI agent who really wants to, well, catch him. During the globe-trotting caper, we also get to spend time with the very likable Frank Abigaile Sr., played by Christopher Walken, whose performance was so warm and welcoming he received an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor.We’re not trying to be reductive about how likable the movie is, either. The expertise of Spielberg, the skill of his cast, and the Oscar-nominated score by John Williams make this 141-minute film fly by faster than a Pan Am airliner. Its appeal to people of all ages can’t be argued because it’s the rare film to receive nominations from the AARP, MTV, and Teen Choice Awards, which essentially makes it the Tom Hanks of movies.1. The Sting (1973) 10 Points(Photo by Universal Pictures)Tomatometer Score (Rank): 94% (6th)Audience Score (Rank): 95% (3rd)Domestic Box Office (Rank): 5 million (1st)Looking to build off the blockbuster success of 1969 s Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, which grossed 1 million domestically and won four Academy Awards, director George Roy Hill and stars Robert Redford and Paul Newman reteamed for The Sting. With an “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” mantra in place, The Sting once again showcased Redford and Newman’s unbeatable chemistry, playing lovable criminals who plan on swindling money from a shifty character played by Robert Shaw in 1930s Chicago (and hopefully avoid a freeze-framed death via a barrage of bullets). The Sting might be one of the most enjoyable films to ever to win Best Picture at the Academy Awards (it won a total of 7 Oscars from its 11 nominations). It also boasts an 5 million domestic box office haul, which would make almost any Marvel film jealous, and it s currently the 21st highest domestic grossing film of all time. If you haven’t watched The Sting, do yourself a favor and check it out, because the A-list star power, the beautiful Oscar-winning costumes, and the charisma of Redford and Newman together are undeniable.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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英皇体育App官方版下载 Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely (Photo by Jesse Grant/Getty Images for Disney)When Avengers: Infinity War writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely dusted half of the universe – and half of the Avengers – at the end of the film, audiences the world over suddenly knew: anything was possible now. The duo had done what few other blockbuster film writers had done before: massacred multiple popular characters in the blink of an eye (or, as it were, the snap of some fingers).While most fans knew some of those deaths were likely to be reversed, the countdown to Avengers: Endgame has been filled with as much dread as excitement. The question on everyone’s mind: Who else were Markus and McFeely going to off?The writers were, as expected, not going anywhere near that question when they both spoke with Rotten Tomatoes ahead of Endgame’s release. But they did reveal the places where they’ve drawn some deadly inspiration.Joel Meares for Rotten Tomatoes: You guys have totally broken the world’s hearts, and fans expect you might do it again. But what TV or movie deaths have affected you the most?Christopher Markus: I mean, the most prominent killers of our popular culture today – they re not killing the popular culture – but it’s Game of Thrones. I still feel disturbed about… what’s his name?Stephen McFeely: Pedro Pascal.Markus: When Pedro Pascal died versus the Mountain. Yeah, that wasn t supposed to happen. That was very disturbing.McFeely: The easy answer for me is the Han Solo in Carbonite. I was not quite prepared for the movie to end that way.Rotten Tomatoes: You guys have adapted C.S. Lewis with the Narnia films, and worked with the characters of Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, and Marvel here. What’s your approach to working with such storied and beloved works? McFeely: As you said we sort of dealt with it in Narnia. We try to put aside the pressure and the obligation in a way and just try to satisfy us as fans and writers. Assuming that the 12-year-old Steve would appreciate this, then perhaps other 12-year-olds would – or 82-year-olds.Markus: I think if you have respect for the underlying material then you just have to go forward and trust that you re not going to betray it. If you find yourself with a writing gig where you don t respect the underlying material, you might want to think about not doing it.(Photo by @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, @ Marvel Studios)Rotten Tomatoes: The beloved character you’ve worked with the most is Cap’. [The duo co-write all three Captain America movies.] Did you want to give him – regardless of what happens in the movie – some kind of special moment, sendoff, or closure? Markus: I mean, I definitely have a special affinity for him. He s a guy who we ve put through a lot of hell and [Chris] Evans does a great job of showing that on his face. He certainly I don t want to say he looks tired, [but] I want to say he looks like there s is a battle-weariness to him. And I find it very satisfying to sort of think of all of that while putting him through yet another trial, like Hercules.Rotten Tomatoes: So, we know that the movie is just over 3 hours long, which makes us wonder: How many pages was your screenplay?Markus: Well, [the length of the script] varies depending on how elaborately we described the action. The script actually gets longer as we re in production, because we need – for the service of various departments – to really describe things that we wouldn t ordinarily describe. So it does tend to balloon at a certain point in an unrealistic manner. I would say the operating script was, what, 130 pages?McFeely: 130, yeah.Markus: Yeah, that s probably where we started. We generally assume a page a minute and so we try not to turn in things that are much more than 120 pages. It just was everyone understood it was going to be perhaps a little bigger. Our first drafts were undoubtedly bigger than that, you know? But as we got closer to production and we made hard choices it was probably 130.(Photo by @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, @ Marvel Studios)Rotten Tomatoes: Speaking of the script… there was a lot of talk last year when the Academy announced they were going to do an Achievement in Popular Film category [which never went ahead], that they should instead honor stuntwork. And we’ve seen recently that more popular movies, like Black Panther and Mad Max, are getting Oscar recognition, as are their directors and the people who work on costumes, special effects, music… Given the feat you’ve pulled off balancing so many storylines and characters in Infinity War and Endgame, do you think writers of movies like these deserve more awards recognition than they get?Markus: [Laughing] I m glad you ve asked the question. I feel if I answer it too honestly I ll look like a jerk! My hope is that whether or not people realize it now, I think people later might look back at the Marvel Cinematic Universe and hopefully they ll look at the last four we ve done with the Russos. That s pretty special storytelling. This cumulative serialized storytelling and the high-wire act that it required of all of us is pretty special.I think to maintain a certain level of character within that, so it s not just a series of explosions… Far be it from me to say what recognition it deserves, but I would love the Academy to be perhaps less knee-jerk in its lack of recognition. I would just say, you know, in all categories, these movies re incredibly hard work. For the  industry to write them off as a puff piece seems to deny the incredible amount of technical labor that the people making the movies are putting in. They seem to me a much higher bar to achieve than your average drama. So, there you go.Avengers: Endgame is in theaters April 26, 2019Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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