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古之有云,新年新气象。倩女幽魂手游即将推出2021第一年度重磅更新,全新玩法【开宗立派】不日将与玩家见面。【开宗立派】的自由度极高,不仅可以自由选择门规,甚至连游戏内场景都可以自定义:宗派作为颠覆师门的全新独立系统,玩家均有资格在游戏内建立自己的专属宗派,从门规至日常守则、标准,乃至宗派名称、宗派职务等内容都可以选择定制。同时,玩家在创立宗派时还可以自由选择建立的位置及外观,将自主选择权发挥到极致。 PBS Video App and PBS.orgThe 90-minute documentary challenges one of Americans’ most cherished assumptions: the belief that slavery in this country ended with the Emancipation Proclamation. The film tells how even as chattel slavery came to an end in the South in 1865, thousands of African Americans were pulled back into forced labor with shocking force and brutality.Fight the Power: The Movements That Changed America 8 p.m., HistoryExecutive produced and narrated by NBA legend and social justice advocate Kareem Abul-Jabbar, and Deborah Morales of Iconomy Multi-Media Entertainment, the one-hour documentary looks at the impact key movements throughout U.S. history have had in shaping our society, laws, and culture. From the labor movement of the 1880s, women’s suffrage, and civil rights, to the LGBTQ+ and Black Lives Matter movements, protest is in the American DNA and this documentary gives an unfiltered look at the ways it has evolved the world in which we live.Read Also:
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与此同时,随着游戏版号新政的推行,国内手游行业已经从过去的粗放模式向精品化转型,游戏开发者对游戏质量的把控也更加看重,这些使得高质量游戏的议价权大幅提升。bob游戏官网下载25年前西山居以主机、单机游戏起家,但反响平平,直到挖掘出了《剑侠情缘》这个IP才让西山居步入巅峰。可时代的发展步伐太快,主单机游戏和端游的份额不断下跌,手游强势崛起,在面临新秀企业迅猛夹击之下,西山居也开始自救,并成立了多个手游研发项目,可惜效果并不理想。

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有人的地方,就有江湖。最近由西山居推出的一款全新手游——《剑网1:归来》手游全平台不删档测试。作为一款复刻18年前老端游的手游,在当下一众号称虚幻4引擎研发、次时代画面的手游大作中,短时间冲上了各大游戏畅销榜前三的位置。

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Adjusted Score: 109805% Critics Consensus: Another gorgeously animated, skillfully voiced entry in the Disney canon, Raya and the Last Dragon continues the studio's increased representation while reaffirming that its classic formula is just as reliable as ever. Synopsis: Long ago, in the fantasy world of Kumandra, humans and dragons lived together in harmony. But when sinister monsters known... [More] Starring: Kelly Marie Tran, Awkwafina, Izaac Wang, Gemma Chan Directed By: Don Hall, Carlos López Estrada

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9.31.5 9月喜迎Join us weekly as Rotten Tomatoes reports on what s indie features are streaming. From promising releases by new voices to experimental efforts from storied filmmakers – or perhaps the next indie darling to go the distance for end-of-year accolades – we will break it all down for you here each week.For the foreseeable future, the specialty box office and all theatrical releases will be on hold as we all make efforts to socially distance ourselves and reduce the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. With that in mind, we have reshaped our Indie Fresh List to include VOD and select drive-in releases. This week we have a road trip comedy, a break-up rom-com, and a powerful doc about the plight of Black men in America. In our Spotlight Section, we have an award-winning story about an undocumented trans woman looking for love and citizenship. Finally, in our Indie Trailers section, we have new clips featuring Julianne Moore, Armie Hammer, Frances McDormand, and Lily Collins.New This Weekend
013, as Curse of Chucky and Cult of Chucky guaranteed the franchise a spot in the top 10 with their 76% and 79% Tomatometer scores. It’s wild to think how Mancini, who admittedly doesn’t like the voodoo element of the series (that was director Tom Holland’s idea for the original), has expanded the lore, introduced new characters, and kept the story intact in ways the Halloween franchise couldn’t begin to understand. He’s been a great shepherd of the franchise that began with a tiny film about a serial killer inserting his soul into a doll after he’s been mortally wounded.It’s also worth noting that, at 63% on the Tomatometer, 2019 s Child’s Play is a rare Fresh horror remake that joins the likes of Fright Night, Let Me In, The Crazies, Evil Dead, and Suspiria, helping to make up for the glut of Rotten ones we saw in the 2000s.5. A Nightmare on Elm Street(Photo by New Line Cinema courtesy Everett Collection)Number of films: 9Tomatometer Avg: 49.2%Audience Score Avg: 50.1%Domestic Box Office:  millionSequel Tomatometer Avg: 43.8%Sequel Audience Score Avg: 45.6%Best Film: A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) 89%What separates the Nightmare on Elm Street franchise from its iconic counterparts like Halloween and Friday the 13th is that it produced Fresh sequels, namely A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors, and Wes Craven’s New Nightmare. It probably could have lived off the goodwill of Wes Craven’s 1984 original that introduced the world to Freddy Kreuger (Robert Englund) and final girl Nancy Thompson (Heather Langenkamp). However, the series took chances and produced memorable sequels that introduced new storylines, likable characters (Kristen and Kincaid forever), and a meta-narrative that actually made Freddy scary again (New Nightmare) after he’d become a pop-culture spouting caricature.Even the Rotten sequels like the Renny Harlin-directed A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (52%, which is honestly not bad for a horror sequel) featured all-time horror kills like the demise of Debbie (Brooke Theiss), the weight-lifting badass who is transformed into cockroach. Then, there’s A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge, a cult classic that recently enjoyed a second life with the release of Scream, Queen! My Nightmare on Elm Street, the 100% Tomatometer-rated 2019 documentary that focuses on star Mark Patton’s life after the sequel; it’s absolutely worth a watch.4. The Conjuring(Photo by Michael Tackett/©Warner Bros. Pictures)Number of films: 7Tomatometer Avg: 54.7%Audience Score Avg: 58%Domestic Box Office: 1 millionSequel Tomatometer Avg: 49.5%Sequel Audience Score Avg: 53.8%Best Film: The Conjuring (2013) 84.5%Not content with kickstarting the Saw and Insidious franchises, James Wan began work on The Conjuring in early 2011. The film would center around Ed and Lorraine Warren, a real-life married couple whose paranormal investigations during the 1950s and beyond became world renowned. Wan secretly might have wanted another crack at evil doll supremacy too, as his underappreciated 2007 film Dead Silence failed to hit at the box office, and he used The Conjuring to introduce Annabelle for a future spinoff.In 2013, The Conjuring exploded onto the scene with a .8 million opening weekend and an impressive Certified Fresh 86% Tomatometer score. Starring Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson as the Warrens, the R-rated film was a blockbuster smash that cleared 0 million worldwide and opened up the door for a new universe of horror films featuring evil nuns, evil dolls, and an evil entity named Valam (lots of evil).The seven Conjuring Universe films released since 2013 have grossed .9 billion, and only The Curse of La Llorona, which made 1 million worldwide (on a million budget, so it still made money) failed to cross the 0 million milestone. It has become a legitimate juggernaut whose reputation is so strong that The Nun, Rotten at 24% with an Audience Score of 34%, was still able to make 3 million off of its association with the series.What’s most impressive about the Conjuring universe are the Annabelle spin-offs. Annabelle: Creation and Annabelle Comes Home are both Fresh films that far surpassed 2014 s Annabelle in quality and scares. The producers could have phoned it in after seeing the 6 million worldwide haul (on a .5 million budget) of the first Annabelle, but instead they brought in directors David F. Sanberg (Lights Out) and Gary Dauberman (writer of It and It: Chapter Two), and they took chances (the finger snapping scene in Creation…) that were critically appreciated (68% Tomatometer average) and lucrative (4 million combined worldwide haul).3. George Romero s Dead(Photo by Everett Collection)Number of films: 9Tomatometer Avg: 66%Audience Score Avg: 59%Domestic Box Office:  millionSequel Tomatometer Avg: 62%Sequel Audience Score Avg: 56%Best Films: Night of the Living Dead (1968), Dawn of the Dead (1978) 92%With Night of the Living Dead, Dawn of the Dead, Day of The Dead, Land of the Dead, and Diary of the Dead all being Fresh, it’s no shock that George Romero’s zombie franchise cracked the top five. Romero’s films, which started with 1968 s seminal Night of the Living Dead, are all-time horror classics that combine the thrill of undead flesh-eaters with commentaries on race relations, consumerism, and gentrification. Though other zombie movies predate Night of the Living Dead, this franchise kicked the craze into high gear, and you can see its imprint all over popular culture, from The Walking Dead to Shaun of the Dead and countless others in between.One thing that makes this franchise unique is that two of its remakes are Fresh. The 1990 remake of Night of the Living Dead, directed by Tom Savini, is a Fresh delight that features a better Barbara (she is coming for the zombies this time) and showcases what happens when people realize the zombies are ridiculously slow. The 2004 remake of Dawn of the Dead is notable as it was  Zack Snyder’s first film, and Certified Fresh at 75%, it’s still his best-reviewed movie. Both belong in the Horror Remake Hall of Fame, as they are companion pieces to their source material that branch out in their own directions and offer new twists.2. Alien(Photo by 20th Century Fox Film Corp. courtesy Everett Collection)Number of films: 8Tomatometer Avg: 58%Audience Score Avg: 58.25%Domestic Box Office: 1 millionSequel Tomatometer Avg: 52.2%Sequel Audience Score Avg: 53.1%Best Film: Alien (1979) 96%While no one can hear you scream in space, you’d better believe the people waiting in the concession line for popcorn heard the screams coming from the theaters playing Ridley Scott s Alien in 1979.Between Scott’s direction, H.R. Giger s monster creations, and Ellen Ripley, the all-time hero perfectly portrayed by Sigourney Weaver, Alien became one of the most influential horror films ever made. Imagine sitting in a packed theater and witnessing the reactions to John Hurt’s chest-bursting scene, or Ripley’s final battle with the acid blood spewing xenomorph (who is also impossibly goey). Now, imagine sitting in a theater in 1986, when Ripley squared-off against the Alien Queen in James Cameron s sequel Aliens, which earned Weaver a Best Actress Oscar nomination.Aside from Night of the Living Dead and Dawn of the Dead, Alien and Aliens might be the most impressive back-to-back films in any horror franchise. They helped boost the horror genre to new heights (and not just because they took place in space), and pulled in loads of money during their theatrical runs. If it weren’t for what was to come, the franchise might have landed in the number one spot.Unfortunately, the series did experience some lows in the 1990s and 2000s, as Alien 3, Alien: Resurrection, and the Alien vs. Predator films all earned Rotten Tomatometer scores. However, Scott turned things around in the 2010s with Prometheus and Alien: Covenant, the Fresh prequels that explore the origins of the xenomorph and demonstrate what happens if you flee from large, tumbling objects in a straight line.1. Hannibal Lecter(Photo by Orion courtesy Everett Collection)Number of films: 5Tomatometer Avg: 62.6%Audience Score Avg: 72.6%Domestic Box Office: 1 millionSequel Tomatometer Avg: 55%Sequel Audience Score Avg: 71.5%Best Film: The Silence of the Lambs (1991) 95.5%In 1986, Manhunter, an adaptation of the Thomas Harris novel Red Dragon, introduced theatergoers to Brian Cox s Hannibal Lecktor, a serial killer with a taste for human flesh. The Michael Mann-helmed film was a modest success that was praised for its style and performances, but it wasn’t until five years later, with the release of Jonathan Demme s The Silence of the Lambs, that Hannibal Lecter (Anthony Hopkins) now spelled correctly became a household name.The 0 million domestic haul (4 when adjusted for inflation) of The Silence of the Lambs made it the fourth highest grossing film of 1991, and the five Oscars it won for Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Director, and Best Adapted Screenplay made it not just the only horror film to win Best Picture, but also only the third film ever to sweep all five of the top Academy Award categories (It Happened One Night, and One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest are the other two).While Manhunter, The Silence of the Lambs, and Red Dragon (Fresh at 68%) secured the franchise a spot on this list with their excellent Tomatometer and Audience Scores, Ridley Scott’s (kudos to being featured in the #1 and #2 spots) 2001 sequel Hannibal ensured the number one finish here with its 5 million domestic haul; its 40% Tomatometer score didn’t discourage anyone who really wanted to see Anthony Hopkins eat Ray Liotta s brains. Yes, Hannibal Rising (Rotten at 16%) kept the competition closer than Hannibal would’ve liked, but its comparatively high 55% Audience Score helped create some distance from the other franchises.In the end, Hannibal Lecter (and Lecktor) won the day with his murderous charms (and excellent numbers), and that’s why his franchise is #1 on our list.Disagree with our findings? Tell us about your favorite horror franchises in the comments!On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
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5月的下载排行中,新上榜的《长发我最美》是一款堆叠机制跑酷游戏,和多次登榜的《高跟我最美》玩法相似,都是跑酷类女性向休闲手游。《冲吧肌肉》是跑酷类产品,玩家需要在游戏中操作一个肌肉男不断向前冲刺,不断吸收营养来锻炼自己,同时避开各种障碍防止受伤。
Few films have left their mark on the popular culture the way that 1984 s The Karate Kid has. Even kids who didn t rush to see it in theaters in June of that year, or didn t grow up wearing down the tape on their VHS copy of the film, can recite the movie s most famous lines – Sweep the leg! – and recall its most indelible images. But more than iconic one-liners and memorable fights, what sticks with us about The Karate Kid are its key relationships, namely those between Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) and mentor Mr. Miyagi (the late Pat Morita) and Daniel and Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka).So fierce and so memorable was the rivalry between Daniel and Johnny that more than three decades after the first Karate Kid movie was released, YouTube Originals re-ignited it for the streaming series Cobra Kai, the second season of which has just dropped online. Except now the tables had turned, and one-time-bully Johnny was the sympathetic anti-hero.As we gear up for another round with Daniel and Johnny – and if their coy responses to our questions indicate, a potential slew of cameos from fans favorite characters – we sat down with Macchio and Zabka to go back to the beginning. In this oral history of The Karate Kid, the two men recall the time they met as kids, their pre-Karate Kid experience with martial arts ( I had no technique, I had no idea ), working with Pat Morita, and the impact the movie would have on their teen years and their lives. From audition to their climactic on-screen showdown, this is Macchio and Zabka s story of the time they became the world s most famous karate kids.What follows is a history of The Karate Kid (1984) and reflection upon the film, drawn from a sit-down interview with Macchio and Zabka.ALSO WATCH: ORAL HISTORY OF COBRA KAI WITH RALPH MACCHIO AND WILLIAM ZABKA“As a kid, you re jumping around and fighting imaginary bad guys, you know?”Ralph Macchio: “When I was about 10 or so, for Christmas I got a certificate for the local jiu-jitsu school of self defense — obviously, mom and dad said, ‘We gotta help this guy out a little bit,’ I don t know — for me and my brother. So we went, and I took a handful of lessons. I liked it.”William Zabka: “My relationship with karate before Karate Kid was all in my imagination. As a kid growing up, I would just run around and do fake fights, and I d be in the backyard with sticks, but I had no technique, I had no idea. I took no classes before Karate Kid. I was a wrestler in high school, so I was limber, and I had a lot of conditioning, so I was prepared to learn the training for karate, and martial arts but I didn t know any real [moves]. It was all in my mind. As a kid, you re jumping around and fighting imaginary bad guys, you know?” I can t guarantee you anything right now, but if I were you, I d take some karate lessons. Macchio: “My first conversation about being Daniel LaRusso was with our director John Avildsen, who I auditioned for, and … it s the first time ever I ever read the words to that character. It s Avildsen explaining the character, explaining what he s going through, explaining the story leading up to my audition scene, which was the scene from the film where Daniel wakes up after the skeleton fight at the fence and Miyagi saves the day, and he s asking all these questions.(Photo by ©Columbia Pictures/Courtesy Everett Collection)That’s my earliest memory of the character. I didn t have the part yet, but I did remember John Avildsen saying to me, ‘I can t guarantee you anything right now, but if I were you, I d take some karate lessons.’ Which doesn t often happen. That was a pretty exciting moment. And then a couple more hoops to jump through, and here I am, I got to be Daniel LaRusso.” Watch your mouth, asshole. Zabka: “Through my manager, I got a phone call to come in, they want to talk to you. So I went to Columbia Pictures at that time, and drove through the gate and went to a bungalow. I just came directly from the gym, and I was in my tank top, probably wearing a headband or something. I went in and they said, ‘There s this movie called Karate Kid. We think you d be great for this part of Johnny. Go home and read it, and come back and audition tomorrow for John Avildsen.’So I went home and read the script, and Johnny s this karate master and he s a motorcycle gang leader. He s the bad guy. I m like, ‘Oh, my gosh, I don t know karate. I don t know how ride motorcycles.’ But there was one scene in the script that I really connected to, and somehow I just connected to the character. I ran it through in my living room a bunch of times, and then the next day went and met John Avildsen. He was sitting in a chair. He had his camera. He always had his video camera filming everything. And it was a scene cut out of the movie, where I hand Daniel a death certificate at the water fountain. And he said, ‘What s this for?’ And I go, ‘You gotta get your mommy to sign it so you could be in the tournament with the big boys.’ And he says, ‘I thought it was supposed to be no contact.’ And I say, ‘Accidents happen.’(Photo by ©Columbia Pictures/Courtesy Everett Collection)And then I walk away, and he goes, ‘Hey, you think he might be wrong?’ And I go, ‘Who?’ And he goes, ‘Your instructor, your sensei, you think he might be wrong?’ And then my line is, ‘Watch your mouth, asshole.’ So on that line, that s when I walked over to John Avildsen and grabbed him — which you don t do — and I said, ‘Watch your mouth, asshole.’ And I pushed him back, and the room was still. And that s where the scene was supposed to end, but everybody was still watching me, so I improv’d and went to the door. I said, ‘Read it and weep. I ll see you in the tournament.’ And went out in the waiting room, and came in, took my headband off, which I was wearing, and I said, ‘I m sorry, I m sorry. That was Johnny. I m Billy.’ He goes, ‘So how old are you?’ He got kind of interested, and he goes, ‘You re a little taller than our karate kid.’ And I m like, ‘Yeah, well, Bruce Lee was smaller than Kareem Abdul Jabbar.’ He goes, ‘Well, you got a point. All right, thanks, kid.’ And that was that.”“We were friendly, but we weren t [best friends].”Macchio: “[Zabka and I] trained differently. We both trained with Pat Johnson, who did all the fight choreography. He s the referee in The Karate Kid film. He would train myself and Pat Morita in a classic Okinawan style, and he would train Billy and the Cobra Kai guys in a more aggressive style of martial arts. Most of the scenes we did together we were either yelling at each other or I was getting my ass kicked. So we were friendly, but we weren t [best friends]. I had the whole Miyagi side of the story, and the romance side of the story. The movie was always in three sections for me. We ve become closer friends over the years and certainly when Pat passed away we became closer friends just through the loss of him and moving forward, and the fact that this film has stood the test of time. It s a big part of not only American cinema, but also pop culture. And then here we are back again in tandem. So it s been quite a journey.”Zabka: “My memory of working with Ralph was we were best friends instantly. I m surprised to hear you say that we were separated. We have to talk after this.I think John Avildsen really created the chemistry by casting all the right people for this. He cast the right Tommy, Bobby, Dutch, and Jimmy. … It was almost like he created this little universe for us. We hung around all the time. We went to lunch every day. We rode motorcycles together, we trained together. We really got into a pack mentality. Ralph and I did our fight scene for the tournament every day we could for three months, so we were working together constantly. I mean, feet and fists were flying, so we had to take care of each other in that way. But the Cobra Kais, they were like my brothers, and they still are in real life.”“It s like a strawberry shortcake and a cannoli. Macchio: “Ali with an ‘i.’ That character is arguably what starts the rivalry, the feud, if you will. Like all good wars, a beautiful woman, and that s the end of that. [Elisabeth Shue] was just coming out of the gate at that point. And John Avildsen would see me and Lisa — Lisa Shue was what we called her — and he would say, ‘You
(Photo by Dominique Charriau/WireImage)The 72nd Cannes Film Festival is in the books and though Quentin Tarantino s Once Upon a Time... In Hollywood (2019) 85% was the toast of the Riviera, the Pulp Fiction director was shut out from all of the final night s major awards. This year s jury was led by the Jury President and Birdman director Alejandro González Iñárritu and included actress Elle Fanning (Teen Spirit), and directors Pawel Pawęska (Cold War) and Yorgos Lanthimos (The Favourite); the group picked a surprising selection of varied work from famed directors and dynamic newcomers.Most of the night s prizes were given to films that championed the poor, marginalized, and unsung, including Snowpiercer and Okja director Bong Joon-ho s Parasite (2019) 98%, which took home the festival s biggest prize, the Palme d Or. French actress turned director Mati Diop continued to make history as the first Black female director to take home the Grand Prix, the festival s second most prestigious prize, for her debut film Atlantics (2019) 95%. (Diop already made history by being the first Black woman to compete for the Palme d Or in the festival s 72-year history.) You can read the full list of winners of the Competition section below, and if you re curious about what films debuted at the festival, and how they fared on the Tomatometer, check out our Cannes Scorecard.Palme d OrParasite (2019) 98%Grand PrixAtlantics (2019) 95%Jury PrizeNighthawk (2019) 93%,Les misérables (2019) 88%Best DirectorLuc and Jean-Pierre Dardenne, for Young Ahmed (2019) 59%Best ActressEmily Beecham for Little Joe (2019) 67%Best ActorAntonio Banderas for Pain and Glory (2019) 96%Best ScreenplayCéline Sciamma for Portrait of a Lady on Fire (2019) 98%Special MentionElia Suleiman for It Must Be Heaven (2019) 96%Agustina San  Monstruo DiosLike this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
同样,如果你是端游过来的老撸友,应该知道每个赛季结算之后都会赠送一款皮肤作为奖励。而本赛季只需达到黄金4段位,就能拿到露露的赛季限定皮肤。不过在LOL端游的段位排行中,黄金段位所占的玩家比例最大,而手游难度可能比端游要低一些,那么绝大部分玩家在手游中,达到铂金水平应该不难(目前大部分老玩家手游定级赛打完已经达到黄金4)。
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CHAPELWAITEWhat We Know: Based on King s short story Jerusalem s Lot from his 1978 Night Shift collection, this upcoming Epix drama series stars Schitt s Creek s Emily Hampshire and Oscar winner Adrien Brody. Set in the 1850s, it follows his character, a recently widowed father of three who relocates his family to his small, sleepy town in Maine. However, doing so means that he will have to confront the terrors and secrets that have haunted his family for generations. She plays an author on assignment who has writer s block, a theme familiar to those who know King s work.Brothers Jason and Peter Filardi (The Craft) are the showrunners.CHRISTINEWhat We Know: King s Christine is revving up for a reboot. The book centers on a teen whose life goes on a collision course after he buys a used 1958 Plymouth Fury that drives like it has a mind of its own. It came out in 1983, along with a film adaptation that was directed by John Carpenter. In 2021, Deadline reported that Hannibal creator Bryan Fuller would be directing a new version of the story and that Sony Pictures and Blumhouse would be producing.THE DARK HALFWhat We Know: King has long been able to mine details of his own life for source material and his The Dark Half is no exception. Published in 1989 after it was revealed that he had written under the pen name Richard Bachman, this horror story imagines what happens if a writer s pseudonym came to life and also happened to be blood-thirsty. A 1993 film version from director George A. Romero and starring Timothy Hutton fell flat and has a 56% Tomatometer score. A new film adaptation from director Alex Ross Perry was announced in 2019. No casting or premiere date has been announced.News broke a few months before this announcement that Perry was also attached to write and direct a film adaptation of King s 2003 short story Rest Stop. That story is a cat-and-mouse thriller involving two women.DRUNKEN FIREWORKSWhat We Know: Not all of the Stephen King adaptations being produced are from the horror genre. This story centers on a heated rivalry between a mechanic and a mob boss who engage in a battle of wills over who can produce the more impressive Fourth of July fireworks display. Drunken Fireworks is based on a short story of the same name from a collection of fiction titled The Bazaar of Bad Dreams. It includes the narrative poem The Bone Church, which has been optioned for a TV series.Deadline reported in June of 2016 that James Franco s Rabbit Bandini Productions and Rubicon Entertainment were planning on adapting the story into a film with Franco on board to star and potentially direct (He also starred in Hulu s adaptation of the King-based Kennedy-centric miniseries 11.22.63). The script was to be written by Matt Rager, who has written several Franco-directed films already. Outside of that, there hasn t been any recorded movement since.(Photo by Blumhouse)FIRESTARTERWhat We Know: In 1984, a post-E.T. Drew Barrymore starred in an adaptation of King s 1980 novel Firestarter, which told the story of a young girl named Charlie born to psychic parents who possesses the ability to control fire with her mind. Like E.T., Charlie becomes the target of shady government types who seek to weaponize her unique talent, and of course, things eventually spiral out of control.Perhaps partially inspired by the recent popularity of Stranger Things, Universal and horror super-producer Blumhouse announced that they would be bringing a new adaptation of the novel to the big screen with Scott Teems, who worked on the upcoming Halloween sequel Halloween Kills for them, penning the script. In December 2019, it was announced that The Vigil s Keith Thomas would direct. In 2020, Zac Efron joined the cast and it was announced in 20201 that American Horror Story s Ryan Kiera Armstrong would star.FROM A BUICK 8What We Know: In 2019, The Expanse s Thomas Jane and his producing partner Courtney Lauren Penn acquired the long-idling rights to King s best-selling 2002 novel. Jane later announced that Jim Mickle was directing. The novel centers on a 1953 Buick Roadmaster, which has been locked away in a Pennsylvania State Police storage shed for decades until it draws the attention of the surviving son of a state trooper who was killed en route to a call involving the same Buick. This, of course, isn t the first evil vintage car story written by King that has been made into a movie; one of the earliest adaptations of his work was John Carpenter s Christine in 1983, which centered on a possessed 1958 Plymouth Fury (a new version of this story is in the works with Sony Pictures and Blumhouse).(Photo by Warner Bros. courtesy Everett Collection)HEARTSWhat We Know: Remember that Anthony Hopkins movie from 2001 called Hearts in Atlantis? You know, the one that features a young Anton Yelchin and centers on Hopkins mysterious character who has telepathic and telekinetic powers? Well, that film was actually based on two of the stories collected in the book of the same title (although, neither of which were the one that provided the book s title). Thanks to a couple of filmmakers who are Stephen King fans, however, we may actually one day get a proper Hearts in Atlantis movie.In September of 2016, Variety announced that director Johannes Roberts and his frequent writing partner Ernest Riera planned to adapt the short story Hearts in Atlantis as a new coming-of-age film called simply Hearts. It would be set in 1966 and focus on the experiences of a group of University of Maine students who become addicted to the card game Hearts and discover that the rest of their lives are falling apart. Roberts and Riera previously brought us The Other Side of the Door and 47 Meters Down, but this is expected to be more in line with King adaptations like Stand By Me or The Shawshank Redemption.THE INSTITUTEWhat We Know: King s 2019 novel was barely off the printing presses before a TV adaptation was announced. Writer David E. Kelley and director Jack Bender, who already had success partnering on adapting King s Bill Hodges Trilogy of books into the Audience Network series Mr. Mercedes, are developing this book as a limited series.The story follows a young boy with special powers who is kidnapped and sent to live in the titular institute, where a staff perform various experiments on him and other students. He escapes and a small-town sheriff is on the case. And if you think this sounds like Stranger Things, a show that has long referenced King s early work, you are not alone.“I like [Stranger Things] a lot, but it does owe something to It,” King told Rolling Stone when The Institute was released. “That’s another book about kids who are weak and helpless by themselves — but together can make something that is very strong.”A network for the miniseries has not been named.THE JAUNTWhat We Know: This one s been sitting in development longer than any of the others, so it s anyone s guess how long it ll be before it makes its way to the big screen, even with the people reportedly involved with it namely director Andy Muschietti, who of course has already had two Stephen King hits with a little story about a shapeshifting clown.Nevertheless, as of 2019, Muschietti was still attached to The Jaunt, which is based on a sci-fi short story set in the 24th century that is about an interplanetary teleportation journey gone wrong. Brad Pitt s Plan B Entertainment optioned the 1981 story back in March of 2015 with Muschietti on board. In 2019, Muschietti told Consequence of Sound that he was still very much involved in this project, saying that we finally have a writer that can do it and that it’s tough to crack because it’s such a great short story, and then you have to expand it into a great film narrative. It took awhile, but now I think we got it. I don’t want to tell too much.”Muschietti also confirmed in that interview that he is involved in an adaptation of the novel Roadwork, which King published in 1981 under his Richard Bachman pseudonym. ZeroZeroZero s Pablo Trapero would direct.“Roadwork is definitely a more human drama,” Muschietti told the publication. “I always loved it. It’s not one of his biggest hits, but it always resonated and I can’t explain why.JOYLANDWhat We Know: King s bounty of material means that there is something for almost every TV network, as evident by an adaptation of his 2013 novel Joyland for Freeform. The network famous for shows like Pretty Little Liars and Grown-ish is developing this story that focuses on another young adult. Deadline reported in 2018 that the plot would focus on a college student who takes a summer job at an amusement park in a North Carolina tourist town, confronts the legacy of a vicious murder, the fate of a dying child and the way both will change his life forever. Chris Peña (Jane the Virgin) and Cyrus Nowrasteh (The Stoning of Soraya M.) were writing the pilot.THE LONG WALKWhat We Know: One of the other four novels that King published under the pen name, Richard Bachman, this story takes place in a dystopian future America, where a ruthless dictator holds an annual contest in which 100 teenage boys are randomly selected to participate in the titular endurance contest until only one remains alive.In 2007, Frank Darabont, who had already made The Shawshank Redemption and The Green Mile and had just completed The Mist, acquired the film rights to The Long Walk, as it was a bit of a passion project for him. Unfortunately, those rights lapsed before he ever got the chance to make the film, and in April of 2018, New Line Cinema (who, of course, brought us It) nabbed them and signed James Vanderbilt (Zodiac, The Amazing Spider-Man, Independence Day: Resurgence) to write the script and produce. In 2019, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark s André Øvredal was brought on as director.In a 2020 interview with Coming Soon, Øvredal assured fans that even though the coronavirus pandemic that shut down Hollywood is just wrecking everything, this project is still alive and well and moving along.”MILE 81What We Know: In 2019, Deadline broke the story that a big-screen adaptation of Mile 81 was in the works with Alistair Legrand set to direct and co-write with Luke Harvis (the duo also collaborated on 2015 s The Diabolical s). Since then, not much more is known.This 2011 King novella relies on some of the author s favorite topics, such as teens running amok, a small town in Maine and enemies on four wheels.It is not to be confused with his 2008 novella, N. That one, which is also set in Maine and also deals with teens avoiding certain death but has eight creepy stones harboring ancient evil instead of anything really to do with a car is reportedly being developed as a TV series by Gaumont TV. Deadline reported in 2017 that the project would be called 8.(Photo by ©Warner Brothers)OVERLOOKWhat We Know: You know what they say: All work and no play makes a streaming service Anyway, new streaming platform HBO Max has given a series order to Overlook. Produced by J.J. Abrams Bad Robot, the show is inspired by and will feature characters from King s 1977 thriller The Shining and plans to explore the untold, terrifying stories of the most famous haunted hotel in American fiction. Bad Robot also produced Hulu s Castle Rock, which was also based on King s characters and locations.REVELATIONSWhat We Know: In July of 2020, it was announced that The CW was developing Revelations, a series based on the King short story The Revelations of ’Becka Paulson. According to Variety, the one-hour drama would follow a Pollyanna-ish young woman who, after accidentally shooting herself in the brain with a nail gun, is recruited by an over-it Jesus to be his chosen one in stopping the apocalypse. Last Man Standing s Maise Culver is the writer and co-executive producer.(Photo by Michael Kovac/Getty Images)REVIVALWhat We Know: Although Josh Boone, a King obsessive and co-creator of 2020 s The Stand miniseries, took a crack at adapting Revival, it s Doctor Sleep s Mike Flanagan who is bringing the movie to fruition. He said in a 2020 interview that the story is relentlessly dark and cynical and I’m enjoying the hell out of that. The story centers on a minister whose wife and son are killed in a car accident and then begins to experiment with secret electricity and the young man who reconnects with the preacher as a heroine-addicted adult and who becomes his new assistant, of sorts.SLEEPING BEAUTIESWhat We Know: AMC is developing a television adaptation of Sleeping Beauties, the 2017 best-seller that King wrote with his son Owen. According to the logline, which was released during the winter 2020 Television Critics Association press tour, the project is set in a small Appalachian town where there’s a strange mystical occurrence that causes all the women to fall asleep, leaving the men to try and rescue them. But do the women want to be rescued? No premiere date or casting has been announced. The project was first announced in April of 2019 a few months before AMC premiered NOS4A2, a horror series based on a book written by King s other son, Joe Hill.SUFFER THE LITTLE CHILDRENWhat We Know: After the success of the It remake in 2017, Variety reported that Sean Carter (Keep Watching) would be directing an adaptation of this King short story. Published in Cavalier magazine in 1972 and later part of King s Nightmares Dreamscapes anthology, this piece follows an elementary school teacher who begins to notice that her students have some unique traits (think texture showing up below their skin and a conspiratorial way that they play at recess). Then mysterious deaths start happening in her small town.THE TAILSMANWhat We Know: In 1984, Stephen King co-wrote a book called The Talisman with horror novelist Peter Straub. It s about a 12-year-old boy who possesses the ability to move seamlessly between our world and a parallel world known as the Territories. Steven Spielberg actually bought the rights to the book in 1982 even before it was published because he liked the story so much. He held onto those rights for decades, revealing in an Entertainment Weekly interview in 2018 that he was hoping to get this movie made in the next couple of years. As it happens, Spielberg s own Amblin Entertainment signed Josh Boone to write the screenplay in October of 2017. In 2019, it was reported that The Handmaid s Tale s Mike Barker would direct and that Chris Sparling was writing the script. The film production may see competition from TV. The Hollywood Reporter noted in 2021 that Stranger Things Curtis Gwinn was showrunning and executive producing a Netflix series based on the story and that Spielberg was producing along with Stranger Things creators Matt and Ross Duffer and others.THROTTLEWhat We Know: Deadline reported in May 2020 that streaming service HBO Max was in early development on a feature adaptation of the novella from King and son, Jon Hill. The plot, fittingly, follows a father-and-son led biker gang who are terrorized by a big-rig truck on a deserted section of the American desert. Raising Dion s Leigh Dana Jackson is writing the screenplay and producers include David S. Goyer and Keith Levine.(Photo by ABC)THE TOMMYKNOCKERSWhat We Know: In March of 2018, The Hollywood Reporter revealed that a new adaptation of the 1987 novel The Tommyknockers was in the works, with the Conjuring universe s James Wan and It producer Roy Lee, on board to produce it. Some might recall that there was a 1993 ABC miniseries adaptation of the book, which focuses on the discovery of an alien spacecraft in a small town and its dangerous, otherworldly influence over the people who live there. As it happens, Wan and Lee are also teaming up with producer Larry Sanitsky, who produced that 1993 miniseries.Just about a month after that initial announcement, Universal actually won a fierce bidding war to distribute the film, and that August, Jeremy Slater (writer The Lazarus Effect, 2015 s Fantastic Four, and Death Note) signed on to adapt the novel. Outside of these developments, no new details have emerged.Wan is also attached to produce a new film adaptation of King s Salem s Lot. Gary Dauberman, who wrote the It movies, would write and direct. The vampire novel has already seen a couple a other adaptations.Lee, along with Chris Romero and others, is also reportedly producing an adaptation of King s The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon. In November 2020, it was announced that Lynne Ramsay would direct from a script she co-wrote with Christy Hall. Published in 1999, the plot follows a nine-year-old who gets lost on the Appalachian Trail.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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Ghcxuf Harris appeared as Captain Francis Crozier in The Terror opposite Ciarán Hinds (Game of Thrones) as Sir John Franklin and Tobias Menzies (Outlander) as James Fitzjames. An esteemed sailor with personal demons, Crozier faces a largely invisible  force of — if not evil exactly — unrelenting and destructive nature. Harris lead performance throughout, on- and apparently off-screen as well, was impressive, contributing to the season s stellar Certified Fresh 95% Tomatometer score and a Golden Tomato for best horror series in 2018. Jared was very often trying to give some of his lines away to other characters to make sure that they would stay in focus for the audience, it was amazing, showrunner  David Kajganich told Rotten Tomatoes in May last year. He’s the height of generosity. I mean, we couldn’t have asked for a better collaborator than Jared, in every way.Chernobyl is on its way to Certified Fresh status, with a 100% score on nine reviews ahead of its release. The five-part miniseries also stars Breaking the Waves costars Stellan Skarsgård and Emily Watson, who echoed Kajganich s admiration — also noting that Harris is a giggle. “You can tell from his work that he has complete integrity and cares very deeply about the things that really matter, Watson told Rotten Tomatoes. Actually getting to work with him confirmed that 100 percent — and to my great joy — he doesn’t care about the stuff that doesn’t matter. Very similar to Stellan, but I knew that already. Jared is effortlessly truthful and works without ego. He can get very animated if he feels that we’re not getting to the bottom of the subject in hand — holding everyone around him to a very high standard.”The historical drama also boasts an unlikely creative team: director Johan Renck (Vikings) is well known for his work in music videos, including David Bowie s Blackstar and Beyoncé s Me, Myself and I, while writer and creator Craig Mazin s credits — including Scary Movie 3, The Hangover Part II,  Identity Thief, and The Huntsman: Winter s War — though often profitable, don t immediately suggest prestige TV. (Photo by HBO)A go-to British character actor for the moody everyman, Harris is anything but in real life; for one, he is the son of Welsh actress and socialite Elizabeth Rees-Williams and renowned Irish actor Richard Harris — famous to a younger generation as the Harry Potter film franchise s beloved first Dumbledore (the one fans had to say goodbye to when the actor passed away in 2002). To a more seasoned audience, the elder Harris is best known as Marcus Aurelius in Gladiator and for Oscar-nominated roles in This Sporting Life and The Field.In addition to his Chernobyl and The Terror roles, Jared Harris has distinguished himself as King George VI in Netflix s award-winning period drama The Crown, as hard-living Outer Planets Alliance leader Anderson Dawes in sci-fi series The Expanse, rogue scientist David Robert Jones in Fringe, and as Mad Men s tragic ad-agency partner Lane Pryce. And that s just TV. He s also appeared on film as Professor James Moriarty in Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, Andy Warhol in I Shot Andy Warhol, and Ulysses S. Grant in Steven Spielberg s Lincoln.We spoke to the actor before Chernobyl hit, and he told us about the joys of performing with Skarsgård and Watson, the status of Anderson Dawes in The Expanse, and, as a big fan of another HBO hit series, indulged us with some Game of Thrones talk.(Photo by Roy Rochlin/Getty Images for Tribeca Film Festival)Debbie Day for Rotten Tomatoes: The first episode, to me, plays like a horror show. And after seeing you in The Terror, I wondered what draws you to that kind of bleak material.Harris: I want to say yes to things that are really well written. Stories that grip me, and that excite me, and ones that where I want to flip the page and see what happens next. And definitely felt that way about this.For someone like me who lived through that period of time, I was surprised at how interested I was in seeing the story portrayed. You mentioned, in your interview with Seth Meyers, that you remember the time well.Harris: I do remember it well. I was living in London at the time, and I remember all the stuff on the news about it. And like I said, tracking the cloud, and I also remember that once the cloud had passed over, and sort of passed over the Atlantic, people stopped paying attention to it, and I was very surprised to find out from reading this that it was spewing toxic waste up into the atmosphere for another three months. You know, they didn t say that at the time.And again, it was the things that you d find out that you didn t know, and the reason why you turned the page and you keep reading. The sacrifices that people made, the heroism of unnamed people that didn t expect to be lionized by history in any way. And the suppression of the truth, that bureaucratic bungling, the irony of it being a safety test that stops the whole thing. It was incredibly well written and fascinating.This is an interesting time to do a series about out-of-control egos.Harris: Absolutely. There are lots of immediate parallels, aren t there, too, to what s happening. We re dealing with crises that people are ignoring, the scientific facts, experts are not being listened to, opinions are taking precedent over scientific inquiry. You know? And they have very little regard for the health and well-being of their people.(Photo by HBO)That s something that definitely resonated with me about the series.Harris: I ll tell you what I took from it: The Soviet state was the one where the suppression of the truth was taken over facts. The state lied, and no one expected to be able to hear the truth from the state, and the powers that be. And the population had become cynical about an expectation of being able to hear the truth or hold power to account. But that s when things get dangerous: when you no longer can — or expect to be able to — hold the powers, the governing bodies to a standard of truth. And that s when they can get away with it. So you ve got to be vigilant, you can t give up. You can hold their feet to the fire.One of your character s quotes is, “Every lie we tell incurs a debt to the truth.” That was very meaningful to me.Harris: That was Craig, and when you pitch a show about a historical event, I think one of the questions you get asked is, Why now? How is it relevant to now? And you have to have an answer for that before the commissioners will say, OK, we ll give you however many millions to go ahead and make it. And I think that was in the DNA of what Craig was interested in: truth.And one of the things that he said that was interesting, which, again, he said A line from it, is he said, You can lie all you want, but the truth doesn t really care. And the truth will do what it s going to do. And I suppose in that sense, as it relates to what s happening now, we can argue over climate change all we like, but at the end of the day, it s going to do what it s going to do.You see that happening around the world, and I think that the older generation is really failing the task. There was an obsession with the generation above us, with the Golden Generation; they were fighting for everybody s rights in World War II, and for freedom and liberty, and — we are not covering ourselves with glory, our generation.It s hard to get people to care about something beyond their front doorstep.Harris: Until it comes right up to their front doorstep, then floods their living room That s what Craig s saying: If that s what s going to happen, it will do it anyway, whether you believe in it or not. If you believe the science or not, you can start paddling around in your living room in a kayak.(Photo by Aidan Monaghan/AMC)You ve had a long career, and when I saw your name on The Terror, I thought, Well, Jared Harris is in it, it must be good.Harris: I like that association.And, yeah, all of the television that I ve seen you in, like from Fringe, and Mad Men, and The Expanse, it s all been such excellent work. What is it about television?Harris: Why TV, why is that happening? I think that s got less to do with me, and it s got more to do with the fact that the studios have given up on entertaining adults. And they are trying to get a certain age bracket to come in, and it s sort of 12-24 year old men, and they give you giant tentpole action/superhero films, which I really enjoy, I go and see, as well. But they ve given up on any other entertaining, any other kind of mindset. And for a while, there was a vacuum, and then television has stepped into that vacuum, because there s an appetite for complicated stories, and nuanced characters, and original stories, and taking risks, and there is an appetite out there, and television and now the streaming platforms have stepped into that, and there s a supply for that demand.I think that s why it s happening. And for me, I grew up loving the movies of the ’70s, and I really thought that if you had a career in cinema, that somehow you d be working in films like that, and they don t really exist in films anymore, but they exist in television.There still will be rubbish on TV, don t get me wrong. There s still a lot of rubbish out there, and I personally, I want to be in things that I care about, and at the moment, there s enough out there that you don t have to say yes to rubbish to pay your mortgage, you can say yes to things that you care about, and stories that means something to you, and that interest me or not, but are challenging.(Photo by Marvel Comics)You do have a big, kind of blockbuster-y movie on the horizon, with Morbius, yes?Harris: Yeah, I ve got another week on that. And I mean, that s not a big commitment on my side, you know? They don t want anything to be revealed about it until it s time for them to start trying to go out there, and tickle the interest of the public. So I m doing a Spiderman spin-off movie called Morbius, but beyond that — that s it. Yeah. There s Matt Smith, which is cool. And Jared Leto.Was it confusing having two Jareds on set?Harris: It wasn t confusing — I ll say that.You also have Carnival Row coming, yes?Harris: Yes, I believe that s coming out at the end of this year, but I haven t heard anything specific.There would be a lot of effects with that — they would be spending more time on it, yes?Harris: I believe so, but … once something wraps, once your part wraps, you re in the dark until it s time for the thing to come out, and sometimes they still don t tell you anything, and we find out about it once it starts airing. So I m not sure what their plans are specifically. I think I heard somewhere that it s coming out in October, towards the end of October.(Photo by Syfy)Where did we leave Anderson Dawes in The Expanse? Did he kind of just jet off?Harris: Yeah. Anderson pinched — he stole the scientist, yeah. And that was it — that was the last we saw of him, specifically.Is there any hope that we’ll see him again?Harris: I’m not sure. I haven t heard any more from them. At one point, they had called up, and they were seeing whether or not I d be interested in — it wouldn t have been coming back for season 3, but for beyond season 3 I don t know what their plans are [now that] Amazon picked it up. I haven t heard anything from anybody.I really enjoyed that character. It was a very satisfying character for me. I spent a lot of time talking with Mark Fergus about the character, and the idea of walking a very thin line with regards to keeping the audience guessing as to what side of the fence he was on: Could you trust him? Was he an agent of good? Was he just out for himself, for his own self-aggrandizement? Or was he really there fighting for the cause. And I loved it. I loved playing with that back and forth of it. But, yeah, I don t know what their plans are.I think some of those questions still exist when he leaves the scene. I really enjoyed watching the character, because of that sort of enigmatic behavior.Harris: Yeah. From my point of view, I consider him to be “ride or die.” … He s looking out for the interest of his people. And he was prepared to do whatever he needed to do to make sure that they were protected and got what they needed, you know?But you never quite knew whether or not he was looking just to promote himself or not, the way he was using other people. I liked that ambiguity. I loved the crazy looks of the character. I remember, we were talking about the identity because they were going to put the tattoos on me, and I asked him what they were, and what they represented. And I said, Well, since I m supposed to be this sort of, the original OPA Belter, let s invent the idea that they re scars and that the original suits burned you. And that s how people end up representing their connection to the original guys. And they asked me about the accent, and they said, It s up to you to decide what you want to do, the accents you can do. It was like curry: You can be mild, medium, or spicy hot. And I said, I want the hot, the most difficult, the most extreme version of it, I want to do that one.Are you a fan of the books?Harris: I started to read them, but, again, I have so much reading to do, that — if I was coming back, would do a deep dive into them. I was really enjoying them, but … I don t read for pleasure any longer, I have so much reading to do, and when you say yes to a project, you suddenly have a stack of books, you ve got weeks of internet diving, and — I don t find reading pleasurable anymore. It s work.(Photo by HBO)When the next Song of Ice and Fire book comes out, will you read that?Harris: I haven t read those at all.Really?Harris: I haven t read any of them.Ah. That s interesting.Harris: But what I know from talking to people is that they are, they re The show s very different from the books. There s no Night King in the books … someone told me [author George R.R. Martin] doesn t feature the character. And the person who s going to bring the wall down is Euron Greyjoy.I m looking forward to the last three [episodes], although I can t believe that they ve erased the existential threat. Somehow, I feel as though there s a twist in that tale. It just seems, that seems odd, that that was continually driving the undercurrent of the entire series, and that they fought back, and now — and without it ever getting to Cersei s doorstep, either, which, if anyone deserves to be visited by the army of the undead, it s Cersei. If anyone deserves to become the undead, it s Cersei.And I think from Dany s dream earlier on in the series, we thought —Harris: When she s captured by the warlocks. Yeah, the whole roof to the throne room at King s Landing is completely burnt away.Someone said to me, Well, winter is still coming. Just because the Night King is gone, doesn t mean winter s going to stop. Harris: What does this mean, in terms of sort of what s left on the table? If her army has been decimated, they don t have enough to take out Cersei s two armies, and now the two dragons are in play, and you re going to go and melt King s Landing. But then, of course, there s going to be objections of doing that amongst her team of advisors. I could imagine somewhere along the line of that there will somehow be, and that they will bring up the not the Night King, per se, but that threat, and then since they re supposed to represent death, how can you kill death?The only other thing I did think about, was that the red god is referred to as being the red god and also he s the god of death. So then, you can look at it, and see an entire battle between the new god of death, and the old god of death. And the new god of death has wiped out the old god of death. And who knows what the red god s got plans for anybody else, now. Melisandre s god, and also, they referred to the same god by [Jaqen H ghar]; he refers to that as being the god of death and the red god. The same god.Interesting theory – a sort of religious transition.Harris: Well, it s the “Song of Ice and Fire”; one god represents winter, and the other s the fire god, and there s a battle between these two deities, being acted out between these human agencies as to who s got ultimate power over the world, I guess.We should probably stop talking about Game of Thrones. I hope you have a question about Chernobyl.(Photo by HBO)That s OK. I appreciate it. One more Chernobyl question: How do you feel about being in a prestige project like this, in which there is so much talent in the cast, everyone brought their A-game, and it s so well done?Harris: The very first words out of my manager s mouth was, HBO is doing a mini-series about Chernobyl.” So, it s HBO — ding! — ears pricked up, that means it s going to be really high quality, they take risks, it s really, it s massive support for the whole production, and they give a tremendous artistic license to the showrunners and the storytellers. So right there, you go, OK, that s amazing. And then, yeah, I got to spend most of my days with Stellan and Emily, and what a joy that is. I am tremendously fond of both of them. And they re brilliant, brilliant actors, and there s no angst about it. They can sit and chat about whatever they need to chat about, and then when it s time to do the work, they just put their heads down, and they lock right into that space and focus on it hard and deliver.I learned a lot, I mean, I learned a lot watching Stellan and Emily on this. That s the idea: You work with really good people, and you learn something every single time, if you re lucky.Thank you so much for your time today, Jared. And good luck with the series. It s going to do well — it s already got 100% on Rotten Tomatoes.Harris: Whoo! Yeah. I saw that, and speaking of your algorithm, The Terror was very, very high on Rotten Tomatoes, and The Expanse: highest audience rating on Rotten Tomatoes for any of the sci-fi fantasy shows. How about that?I m a huge fan. Harris: I got a question for you: Who do you think is going to sit on the Iron Throne at the end of the story, of the whole series?I don t think anyone s going to sit on the Iron Throne. I think it s going to be destroyed.Harris: Well, [Daenerys] said she s going to break the wheel, you re quite right. A confederation — a confederation of kingdoms.A democracy.Harris: Yeah.(Photo by HBO)Postscript: With Game of Thrones anything can happen, and most theories turn out completely wrong. With Chernobyl, at least, we already know the end of the story. The thrill of the portrayal, however, is learning how they got there.Chernobyl premieres on Monday, May 6 at 9 p.m. on HBO. 😈😈

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(Photo by HBO)The five episodes HBO’s miniseries Chernobyl — about the 1986 reactor explosion of the Soviet nuclear power plant, the disastrous fallout, and failed government cover-up — are at once addictive and engrossing, as well as bleak, violent, heartbreaking, and horrific.If you’ve finished all of the series, which is currently Certified Fresh at 96% on the Tomatometer, and are searching for more entertainment to lose yourself in, Rotten Tomatoes has a few suggestions for your next binge.Whether it’s a story about government cover-ups, a lone hero s search for the truth, or humanity s perseverance following a devastating disaster, let us guide you toward your next small-screen addiction.IF YOU LIKE: Chernobyl s exploration of deep government cover-ups Citizenfour (2014) 96% One of the driving forces in the Chernobyl story is the enduring search for the truth amid a briar patch of lies perpetuated by the Soviet government. Mikhail Gorbachev s administration did what it could to stop the news of the accident from spreading — everything from cutting phone lines to just not letting people leave — and of course, that plan failed. America has its own complicated relationship with government interference, which is something explored quite well in Laura Poitras documentary Citizenfour. Here, we get a profoundly personal look at Edward Snowden, the infamous whistleblower who released classified documents implicating the NSA in invading the privacy of unknowing Americans. In an era of so-called fake news and conspiracy theories, the film is an eye-opening entry that not only displays how those in power can misuse their privilege, but also shows how fragile our collective concept of law and order can be when giving in to blind trust and complacency.IF YOU LIKE: Chernobyl s dramatization of environmental disaster When the Levees Broke: A Requiem in Four Acts (2006) 94% (Photo by Johnny Nunez/Getty Images for Netflix)Spike Lee’s four-part docu-series When the Levees Broke gives a close-up look at the 2005 devastation Hurricane Katrina left in its wake. If HBO s New Orleans–centered series Treme was way too long or dramatized for your liking, Lee s documentary may be exactly what you re looking for. Here, he gives a necessary perspective on how the category five hurricane damaged wreaked havoc on New Orleans, exploring the faulty nature in which the levees were built. The doc gives some well-educated reasoning behind the levees demise — thanks to a collection of news footage and interviews with politicians, journalists, and engineers who provide their recollections of the event and the fallout that followed. Both Chernobyl and When the Levees Broke walk viewers through mind-blowing catastrophes that, if the research and work had been done properly, could have been prevented, acting as a valuable lesson of preparation and accountability — and a reminder that history s love of repeating itself should not be ignored.IF YOU LIKE: Chernobyl s slow-burn horror The Terror 87% The big bad in Chernobyl is completely unseen, giving audiences a constant feeling of dread as the danger in question is just there, around every corner. That same, slow-burn sense of foreboding can be found in season 1 of AMC s anthology horror series The Terror, which is Certified Fresh on 55 reviews. But while Chernobyl s threat is based on something completely real, The Terror takes the historical disappearance of The HMS Terror and HMS Erebus — two ships involved in Britain s Arctic expedition of 1845 — and puts a supernatural spin on things. Based on Dan Simmons’ bestselling novel, season 1 of the program fills in the blanks on what happened, throwing in a hellish blood-thirsty monster for good measure. With a stellar ensemble cast of British actors, including Jared Harris (who stars in Chernobyl as Valery Legasov), we highly recommend that you don t sleep on the series. (Expected August 12, season 2 of The Terror is set during World War II and centers on a series of bizarre deaths that haunt a Japanese-American community, and a young man’s investigation into the malevolent entity responsible.)IF YOU LIKE: Chernobyl s exploration of a broken political system and its community impact…The Wire 94% David Simon s The Wire expertly explored how Baltimore s political system, the city s street-level community, and its criminal underbelly are all interconnected, weaving a narrative fabric that many programs are still striving to achieve. We re not necessarily saying that Chernobyl did in five episodes what The Wire did in five seasons, but the storytelling similarities might appeal to you. Both programs shine a light on a deeper truths: that the actions of those up top are no better than those committed by the Avon Barksdales and Stringer Bells of the world. Both programs expose the faults in the bigger political systems at play, reminding viewers of the power of truth and the impact of those consequences.IF YOU LIKE: Chernobyl s theme of a  life-threatening search for the truth…Homeland 85% The quest for the truth in a wasteland of fear and deceit is a subject that will never go out of style. The truth simply doesn t care about the lies people tell. In some way or another, it will find its voice. Sometimes, that voice comes from an underdog fighting through the mud all in the name of what is right and just. In Chernobyl, it s Valery Legasov (Harris), Boris Shcherbina (Stellan Skarsgard), and Ulana Khumyuk (Emily Watson) trudging through the trenches, doing their part in getting the word out about what happened at the power plant while superseding the USSR s faulty plan to keep everything a secret. In Homeland, that person takes the shape of CIA operative Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes), who, while struggling with the daily challenges of living with a sometimes debilitating mental illness, works tirelessly, regularly sacrificing her own well-being to ensure America s safety against a whole cavalcade of outside threats.IF YOU LIKE: Chernobyl s subtle take on the KGB The Americans 96% We see the KGB mostly lurking in the shadows of Chernobyl, but the organization is definitely there. Referenced as a circle of accountability, the series gives the Soviet Union s security agency just enough screen time to portray just how sinister the outfit was. In FX s hit spy-thriller The Americans, viewers get a more up-close-and-personal perspective of the notorious organization as it focuses on Elizabeth (Keri Russell) and Philip Jennings (Matthew Rhys), two seemingly average American citizens raising their family in the suburbs. But an ordinary husband and wife they are not — Elizabeth and Philip are undercover KGB officers who struggle with their own allegiances to their country while also facing the daily challenges of maintaining a marriage and family during the Cold War ’80s.IF YOU LIKE: Jared Harris Mad Men 94% We already mentioned The Terror, which should definitely be on your to-watch list. Not only is season 1 of AMC s anthology horror series supported by an epic ensemble cast of British talent — including Ciarán Hinds and Tobias Menzies — it s fronted by Harris. If you ve only recently discovered the actor s work, you should know that Harris has been thriving in the world of prestige television for quite some time. His villainous portrayal of David Robert Jones on Fox s sci-fi thriller Fringe, his noble King George VI in Netflix s The Crown, and his insurgent Anderson Dawes in Amazon s The Expanse are all worth checking out. That said, it was the actor s Emmy-nominated performance as Lane Pryce in Mad Men — the financial officer who helped bring ad agency Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce into existence — that helped cement him as a powerful performer in the Peak TV game.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week. 2. ANDY SERKIS CONFIRMED AS DIRECTOR OF NEXT YEAR S VENOM SEQUEL It was just last week that The Weekly Ketchup reported that Andy Serkis was among the directors in the running for the sequel to Venom, based on the popular Marvel Comics anti-hero. Given that Sony Pictures has scheduled Venom 2 for release next year (10/2/2020), it probably shouldn t be surprising that the studio indeed moved quickly this week to lock in Andy Serkis as the sequel s director. Serkis has also previously co-starred as the villain Klaw (spelled Klaue in the movies) in Avengers: Age of Ultron and Black Panther, and it s not yet known whether he will also be taking a role in Venom 2. Serkis made his directorial debut in 2017 with Breathe, and also directed last year s Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle. Although Kelly Marcel (Fifty Shades of Grey) is currently credited as the writer of the Venom sequel, Serkis was quoted this week as saying that the film s star, Tom Hardy, is very involved with the writing with Kelly Marcel of the new story. As revealed by the mid-credits bumper in Venom, Woody Harrelson is expected to be the big bad in Venom 2 as the symbiote-powered serial killer Carnage.3. GEMMA CHAN MAY REPRISE HER CAPTAIN MARVEL ROLE IN MARVEL S THE ETERNALS (Photo by Elizabeth Goodenough/Everett Collection) Ever since Marvel Studios second film, The Incredible Hulk, included Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been built on the inclusion in (almost) every film of elements from other movies in the franchise. Until this week, the only apparent connections that next year s The Eternals had to previous films was that Knowhere (from Guardians of the Galaxy and Avengers: Infinity War) was built out of the skull of one of the Celestials, and that Peter Quill s father (Kurt Russell as Ego in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2) was himself a Celestial, one of which is expected to be the threat in The Eternals. Another possible connection was revealed this week with the news that Gemma Chan is now in talks with Marvel to co-star in The Eternals. Her role hasn t been confirmed yet, but Gemma Chan also played the Kree warrior Minn-Erva in Captain Marvel (other actors have played multiple roles, but it s relatively rare). Irish actor Barry Keoghan (Dunkirk) is also reportedly up for an unknown role in The Eternals, which is scheduled for release on November 6, 2020.4. DISNEY CEO CONFIRMS PLANET OF THE APES REMAINS A TOP PRIORITY FRANCHISE (Photo by © 20th Century Fox Film Corp.)As Disney was putting the finishing touches on acquiring the 20th Century Fox film properties, the focus from most writers (and rightly so, arguably) was on properties like Fantastic Four, X-Men, and Avatar, but the Fox catalog also includes Alien, Die Hard, Ice Age, and  Kingsman. One of the other properties that Fox has had success with since 2011 was the rebooted Planet of the Apes, which as a trilogy had a domestic tally of 2 million (and a worldwide total of over .68 billion). Given those numbers, this week s news is probably a non-story, but it s still interesting. While talking about Disney s future plans for their Fox properties this week, CEO Bob Iger for the first time specifically mentioned Planet of the Apes as a priority franchise for the studio. Unfortunately, this news also needs to be phrased in correlation to the rest of Fox s development slate, which is reportedly being flushed to focus on bigger, higher profile titles and less on mid-range movies like this week s The Art of Racing in the Rain.5. IDRIS ELBA AND LUCAS FROM STRANGER THINGS SADDLE UP AS CONCRETE COWBOYS (Photo by Michael Gibson/STX Entertainment)Now that Fast Furious Presents: Hobbs Shaw is in theaters, and his work on Cats is complete, Idris Elba is ready for his next film. Until this week, that was expected to be The Suicide Squad, which starts filming in September, but instead, Elba is also squeezing in a smaller film in this summer. That movie is called Concrete Cowboys, and it will tell the true story of the Fletcher Street Urban Riding Club, a non-profit organization devoted to inner-city horsemanship in north Philadelphia. Idris Elba s estranged son in Concrete Cowboys will be played by Caleb McLaughlin, who is currently best known for his role as Lucas Sinclair in Netflix s hit series Stranger Things. Concrete Cowboys was also the title of a late 1970s TV show starring Jerry Reed, but the two are otherwise unrelated. Elba and McLaughlin will also be joined in Concrete Cowboys by Byron Bowers (The Chi), Jharrel Jerome (When They See Us), and Lorraine Toussaint (Selma).6. WESLEY SNIPES AND LESLIE JONES ARE COMING 2 AMERICA (Photo by Warner Bros.)We ve known for a while that Paramount Pictures had scheduled the Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall sequel Coming 2 America for December 18, 2020 (up against the video game adaptation Uncharted and the remakes of Dune and West Side Story), but it wasn t until this week that casting news really ramped up. The stars returning from the original 1988 comedy include James Earl Jones, John Amos reprising his role as the owner of the Scottish-themed McDowell s fast food restaurant, and Louie Anderson as a McDowell s employee. The new cast members will include Wesley Snipes as General Izzi, the military dictator of a neighboring nation, Saturday Night Live star Leslie Jones, Kiki Layne as Prince Akeem s American daughter, and rapper Rick Ross.7. REMAKES OF HOME ALONE AND NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM TO DEBUT ON DISNEY+(Photo by 20th Century Fox Film Corp.)Ever since it was first announced last year, we ve known that the upcoming Disney+ streaming service would be the home for some of Disney s live action remakes, including Lady and the Tramp and The Sword in the Stone. This week, we learned that Disney+ will also be the destination for several remakes of some of the 20th Century Fox properties that Disney acquired earlier this year. Although there may be (and probably will be) others, the four titles specifically mentioned were Home Alone, Cheaper by the Dozen, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, and Night at the Museum. With the possible exception of Night at the Museum, these titles fit right in with the theme of Disney focusing their theatrical efforts on big movies. We already got some news about the Home Alone remake this week with the revelation that Disney reportedly hopes to cast Melissa McCarthy as Kevin s mom. The Disney+ streaming app will launch on November 12, 2019.8. KEVIN HART NOW ATTACHED TO UPTOWN SATURDAY NIGHT REMAKE (Photo by Warner Bros.)Because the development process can sometimes take several years, the reality is that there are many film projects that never get made at all. For example, back in 2002, we first heard about plans for a remake of the 1974 crime comedy Uptown Saturday Night, which originally featured the trio of Harry Belafonte, Bill Cosby, and Sidney Poitier. At that point, Will Smith had been attached to both produce and star in the remake, but in the 17 years since, Smith dropped out (he s still one of the remake s producers). In the last week, we heard first that Uptown Saturday Night will be directed by Rick Famuyiwa (Dope, Brown Sugar), and then that it is now Kevin Hart who is attached to star. It s not yet known who might join Hart in the remake, but an easy guess might be one of Hart s frequent costars, like maybe Ice Cube or Dwayne Johnson.9. SLEEPER YOUNG ADULT HIT AFTER TO GET A SEQUEL(Photo by Quantrell D. Colbert/ © Aviron Pictures)If you re from outside a certain specific target demographic, it s possible that you don t remember (or have never even heard of) the recent 2019 romantic drama After (Rotten at 18%). If that is where you fall, you might also be surprised to discover that After earned nearly million from a budget of just million. Having said that, only million of that was earned domestically, suggesting that After was more successful overseas. Regardless, the film apparently did well enough for its producers to move forward with plans for a sequel called After We Collided, based on another novel in the YA series by author Anna Todd. Josephine Langford and Hero Fiennes Tiffin are both expected to return for the sequel, which will be directed by Roger Kumble (Cruel Intentions) when it starts filming later this month.Like this? 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