九游会下载采用百度引擎3（Baidu 7）(Photo by ABC/Eric McCandless)TV Musical Adaptations by TomatometerIf we’ve learned anything from networks’ recent fixation on televised musicals, high ratings do not always equal standing ovations; in fact, only a handful of musical productions from the past few years received Fresh scores on Rotten Tomato’s Tomatometer: Fox’s Grease: Live! and NBC’s Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert, The Wiz Live!, and Hairspray Live! And no, the exclamation mark doesn t make a difference — Fox s A Christmas Story Live! and NBC s Peter Pan Live! and The Sound of Music Live! are all on the Rotten end of this list.ABC s The Little Mermaid Live! continues the downward trend, unfortunately, joining Fox s Rent below the Fresh threshold.Check out where The Little Mermaid Live! lands among TV s recent musicals, both live and taped (like Rocky Horror Picture Show and Dirty Dancing).
不过十分可惜的是，本预计于去年暑期上线的DNF手游，在去年宣布上线时间不久后，官方便通知上线延期，理由是“游戏内的防沉迷系统需要升级”，并在此之后再无公测消息传来。 When We Were Kings (1996) 98% Gibney says: So this was something where Leon Gast in 1974 was in Zaire while Muhammad Ali and George Foreman were there for their Rumble in the Jungle, one of the great fights in history. Gast was there to hang out with Ali, and that s where the most riveting footage comes from is: as Ali gathers all these kids who are rallying to his side, singing Ali bomaye. You see Ali, who had passed his prime as a boxer, but was at the height of his intellectual powers, that is just extraordinary to see now, so full of vitality, such a leader. And then in the fight itself, he wins the fight with his wits, his brain, not his brawn, though he ultimately knocks Foreman out. It s a great film, and there s something at the end that s particularly worth noting now: Ali was invited to the Harvard commencement, and gave a speech, a wonderful speech to the kids about making a difference and then somebody shouted out, Hey, Ali! Give us a poem. And Ali thinks for a second, and he says, Me. We. At this moment in time, it seems the perfect distillation of social distancing and isolation and how that can lead us to understanding and appreciating the collective. Critics Consensus: An engrossing documentary that s as much about a time and a place as it is about a fight.Stream now on DirecTV or MaxGo. Looking for more great shows and movies to binge? Head to Rotten Tomatoes Binge Central.Thumbnail images: John Lamparski/Getty Images; Rialto Pictures; Everett Collection; Gramercy Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection; Roadside Attractions/Courtesy Everett Collection; Cinecom International/courtesy Everett Collection
游戏的种类有很多，玩家可以使用这款软件获取到最新的游戏资讯动态，还提供手游折扣、钻石、元宝、礼包领取，上线即送VIP让您在游戏中领先一步。九游会下载January has come and gone, bringing us one legitimate Best Picture contender (1917), one surprise hit (who knew Bad Boys for Life would actually be good?), and a handful of duds, which is pretty much par for the course at this time of year. As we enter the month that celebrates romance, Black history, and American presidents, the movie slate doesn t look like it s going to set the world on fire, but there s still a few notable titles to consider. We ve got the latest DC Comics movie, for starters, and a Cannes Film Festival winner, a video game-based adventure, a children s movie based on a classic novel, and a horror remake. But what did RT users and our fans on social media vote to the top of the list? See below for the most anticipated movies opening in February.1. Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) (2020) 79%3,681 Want-to-See Votes#1 pick by our Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter fansOpens February 7Margot Robbie sheds the Suicide Squad for her own marquee film sort of as she takes center stage as Harley Quinn in this DC Comics adaptation. Here, she and her cohort of fierce lady friends (played by Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Jurnee Smollett-Bell, and Rosie Perez) take on a Gotham City crime lord (Ewan McGregor) who s out to get a young girl named Cassandra Cain (Ella Jay Basco). This movie racked up the most Want-to-See votes by far and rocketed to the top of all of our social polls as the most anticipated film of the month, and early word on social media has been overwhelmingly positive. We ll see if the film retains that heat when it opens the first week of February.2. Sonic the Hedgehog (2020) 63%1,650 Want-to-See Votes#2 pick by our Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter fansOpens February 14Remember when the first trailer for Sonic the Hedgehog premiered and the internet did a collective spit-take at the inexplicably malformed character design? Remember when the studio then backtracked and redesigned Sonic to match the original character more closely? Whether or not it was all a clever marketing ploy (all press is good press, right?) to convince nostalgic moviegoers that the people behind the film were on their side, it s resulted in a fairly healthy anticipation for the film, which finds the blue speedster an alien from another planet teaming up with his newfound human bestie (James Marsden) to take on a gleefully unhinged Jim Carrey in the form of the original game s classic nemesis, Dr. Robotnik. This one also unanimously took second place in all of our social polls and earned the second-most Want-to-See votes on RT.3. Portrait of a Lady on Fire (2019) 98%1,252 Want-to-See Votes#3 pick by our Twitter fans, #4 pick by our Facebook fans, #5 pick by our Instagram fansOpens February 14Sure, the top two vote-getters in February are broadly marketed Hollywood fare, but if there was any doubt that RT users are a diverse group who flock to all sorts of films, this should help alleviate some of it. Earning a spot in the top five in all of our social polls, as well as the third-most Want-to-See votes, is this French romantic drama from celebrated director Céline Sciamma that took home both the Queer Palm and the award for Best Screenplay at the Cannes Film Festival last year. The story follows an artist who is hired to secretly paint the portrait of a reluctant bride-to-be; as the two spend more time together, a growing attraction becomes apparent and threatens to upend both their lives.4. The Invisible Man (2020) 91%1,009 Want-to-See Votes#3 pick by our Facebook and Instagram fans, #4 pick by our Twitter fansOpens February 28H.G. Wells seminal science-fiction novel has been adapted or borrowed from on several occasions since its publication in 1897, most notably in 1933 as part of Universal Pictures stable of monster movies. Now, with the studio s desire to update their classic horror pictures (formerly as part of a Dark Universe ), we re getting a new version starring Elisabeth Moss as a woman who may or may not be imagining the unseen presence of her abusive ex, a brilliant scientist who apparently committed suicide but might have actually discovered a way to turn himself invisible instead. Encouraged by a fairly effective trailer, initially skeptical moviegoers have turned the corner to cautious optimism, making the film February s fourth-most anticipated title.5. The Call of the Wild (2020) 62%1,116 Want-to-See Votes#4 pick by our Instagram fans, #5 pick by our Facebook fansOpens February 21Speaking of celebrated literature brought to the big screen, our last entry on the list adapts a Jack London masterpiece with the help of modern technology. While previous iterations of The Call of the Wild were content to work with live St. Bernards, this film stars a computer-animated Buck alongside Harrison Ford as John Thornton, who encounters the canine hero after he s been dognapped from his domestic life in California and sold as a beast of labor in the Alaskan Yukon. This one made into the top five of our Facebook and Instagram polls, and it earned the fourth most Want-to-See votes of all movies this month.Thumnail image by Warner Bros. PicturesLike this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
Hulu will examine the marriage of Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee, while Matthew Rhys will adapt Dark Horse Comic Wyrd. Plus, Samuel L. Jackson will star in The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey limited series for Apple TV+, and more of the week s top TV and streaming news.TOP STORYHulu Is Making New Pam and Tommy Videos(Photo by Jeff Spicer/BFC/Getty Images; Roy Rochlin/Getty Images)No, not that kind of video, though it’s a safe bet that that video will certainly be part of the storyline in Hulu’s upcoming eight-episode limited series about the tumultuous marriage between Baywatch star Pamela Anderson and Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee.Lily James and Sebastian Stan are in talks to play the couple, who were married on February 19, 1995, after knowing each other for four days. They wed on a beach, with Anderson’s mother finding out about the nuptials from People magazine.Before their 1998 divorce, Anderson and Lee had two sons and saw a homemade sex tape of their honeymoon aboard a yacht stolen and go viral, and he was sentenced to six months in jail after being arrested for spousal abuse.Neither celeb is involved with the Hulu project at this time. Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are producers on the project, which is being written by The Founder and The Wrestler screenwriter Rob Siegel. (Deadline)The Americans Star Matthew Rhys Returning to FX to Get Wyrd in New Comic-Inspired Drama Series (Photo by Ethan Miller/FilmMagic)Emmy-winning The Americans star Matthew Rhys is starring in and co-executive producing (with his Americans and real-life wife Keri Russell) the FX drama Wyrd, based on the Dark Horse comic about “the ultimate immigrant” – an extraterrestrial – who has been sent to earth to investigate, but wasn’t retrieved by his space-mates. His only option: to try to fit in with the humans, while also trying to find a way home. Up in the Air writer Sheldon Turner will write the series.Dark Horse describes the four-issue comic book, which debuted in 2019 and was created by Curt Pires and Antonio Fuso, as “James Bond meets The X-Files.” Pitor Wyrd’s human occupation is private detective, one who never ages, and who will take on even the most unusual cases, if the pay is right.Rhys will also star in a second season of HBO’s Perry Mason reboot. (Deadline) Paul McCartney and Rick Rubin Teaming Up for Six-Part McCartney DocuseriesIf you think there’s nothing else to learn about Paul McCartney and The Beatles, this project may convince you otherwise: Beatles legend Paul McCartney is collaborating with super music producer Rick Rubin for a six-part, still untitled docuseries that will cover McCartney from the time he got his first guitar through the Beatles’ superstar success. (Deadline)The project, which marks the first time the Beatles’ music masters have ever left Abbey Road, already has a teaser (above).NEW TRAILERS: Resident Alien: Alan Tudyk Is an E.T. Who Tries to Pass as an Earthling With a Disguise and Law Order KnowledgeResident Alien, based on the Dark Horse comic, stars Alan Tudyk going full Alan Tudyk (and that is such a good thing) as the titular E.T., who tries to fit in as a small-town Colorado doctor (with a fondness for Law Order). Also stars Corey Reynolds and Alice Wetterlund. Premieres Jan. 27 (Syfy)More trailers and teasers released this week:• All American, season 3, finds Spencer returning to South Crenshaw High and facing complicated consequences. Premieres Jan. 18 (The CW)• Bridge and Tunnel is writer/director/star Edward Burns’ coming-of-age dramedy, set in 1980s Long Island, about an aspiring photographer who leaves his friends and family behind to pursue his dreams in Manhattan. Premieres Jan. 24 (Epix)• It’s Search Party, season 4, and Dory (Alia Shawkat) is missing (because she’s being held captive by her stalker). Premieres Jan. 14 (HBO Max)• The third season of Matt Groening’s fantasy comedy, Disenchantment, finally premieres on Jan. 15 premiere that finds Princess Bean in Steamland with people close to her, like her mother, plotting to steal her throne. Stars Abbi Jacobson, Billy West, Eric Andre, and Nat Faxon (Netflix)• Bridgerton is Shonda Rhimes’ first Netflix series, a period drama about a woman from high society and her quest to find her true love, and the mysterious woman who chronicles all the high society scandals in her newspaper. Stars Julie Andrews. Premieres Dec. 25 (Netflix)• The teaser for Ms. Marvel is only going to make you more excited for the upcoming MCU series, starring Iman Vellani. Coming soon (Disney+)• Dickinson, season 2, finds Emily still skeptical about her growing notoriety. Stars Hailee Steinfeld, and guests Wiz Khalifa, Nick Kroll, and Timothy Simons. Premieres Jan. 8 (Apple TV+)• Walker stars Gilmore Girls and Supernatural alum Jared Padalecki as Texas Ranger Cordell Walker, who’s just lost his wife as he returns home from an undercover assignment. Premieres Jan. 21 (The CW)• Yearly Departed is the comedy special that reminds us just how bad 2020 has been, by acting as a funeral for the year. Stars Phoebe Robinson, Tiffany Haddish, Rachel Brosnahan, Patti Harrison, Natasha Legerro, Sarah Silverman, Natasha Rothwell, and Ziwe. Premieres Dec. 30 (Amazon Video)• Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer is a four-part docuseries about Richard Ramirez, the serial killer who terrorized Southern California in the 1980s. Premieres Jan. 12 (Netflix)For all the latest TV and streaming trailers, subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel.CASTING: Samuel L. Jackson Starring in The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey Limited Series at Apple TV+ (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images for Roadside Attractions)Two Samuel L. Jackson TV series in two weeks … what are the mother … what are the odds? Last week it was announced that the Oscar winner will reprise his Nick Fury role for the Disney+ Marvel miniseries Secret Invasion. This week comes news that Jackson will play the title role in The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey, about a 91-year-old dementia-stricken man, forgotten by family and friends, who gets one chance for a period of lucidity which allows him to solve the mystery of a family member’s death and make peace with his past. The story is adapted from Walter Mosley’s novel of the same name. Mosley will adapt his own book for the series.HBO’s Game Of Thrones prequel series House of the Dragon has added Doctor Who and The Crown star Matt Smith to the cast. He’ll play Prince Daemon Targaryen, the heir to the throne and the younger brother to King Viserys. Olivia Cooke (Ready Player One) and Emma D’Arcy (Truth Seekers) have also been cast, playing Alicent Hightower, daughter of the Hand of the King, and Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen, the dragon-riding oldest daughter of the king, respectively.Read More: Everything We Know About Game Of Thrones Prequel Series House of the Dragon Olivia Cooke has also joined the cast of Apple TV+’s spy drama Slow Horses, playing a secret agent. Game Of Thrones alum Jonathan Pryce will play an MI5 agent in the series, which stars Gary Oldman and Kristin Scott Thomas. (Deadline)Former Disney Channel star Dylan Sprouse is returning to TV for his first major role since 2011 for Mindy Kaling’s HBO Max comedy The Sex Lives of College Girls, where he’ll play Nico, a junior who’s acquainted with the titular roommates at a prestigious New England college. (Variety)The Mindy Project alum Chris Messina will star in the HBO Max pilot Verbatim, an anthology series based on the New York Times Op Docs Series, revolving around real world events and featuring dialogue taken from primary sources, verbatim. (Variety)(Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)Punisher and The Walking Dead alum Jon Bernthal will star in Showtime’s series sequel to the 1980 Richard Gere film American Gigolo. Bernthal will play Julian, Gere’s character, 18 years after he was arrested for murder. Rosie O’Donnell will play Det. Sunday, who finds herself drawn back into a re-opened murder case she thought she had solved, and Gretchen Mol plays Julian’s former girlfriend, Michelle. The series is written and directed by Ray Donovan showrunner David Hollander.Kate Beckinsale has replaced Isla Fisher in the upcoming Paramount+ dark comedy Guilty Party, playing a disgraced journalist who’s pinning her redemption hopes on the story of a woman sentenced to life in prison for murdering her husband, a crime she claims she didn’t commit. (Deadline)Big Little Lies star Jeffrey Nordling has joined the cast of The CW’s Walker, playing a friend of the Walker family and a successful businessman who is “fast talking and all grins and finger guns” and “Austin’s finest string puller.” (TV Insider)King of Queens and Alias alum Merrin Dungey will join the final season of Netflix’s Lucifer as a cop who forms a surprising bond with Amenadiel, while Deadpool star Brianna Hildebrand will play a trouble-making angel who wants to follow in Lucifer’s footsteps. (EW)JAG star David James Elliott has joined the cast of the Starz wrestling drama Heels, playing Tom Spade, former wrestler, league owner and father of wrestling brothers Jack and Ace Spade (played by Stephen Amell and Alexander Ludwig), while famous Murray brother Joel (Mad Men) will play a local businessman and sponsor of the indie pro wrestling league. (Deadline)PRODUCTION DEVELOPMENT: Michael Douglas and Christoph Waltz to Team for Reagan and Gorbachev Limited Series(Photo by Gregg DeGuire/Getty Images for Turner; David Crotty/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images)Michael Douglas and Christoph Waltz will play Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev in an in-development limited series adaptation of the book Reagan at Reykjavik: Forty-Eight Hours That Ended the Cold War from Reagan s arms control director Ken Adelman. The series, directed by House of Cards, Billions and Glengarry Glen Ross director James Foley, is being prepped to shop to networks and streaming services.Jamie Bell and Margaret Qualley will star in Fred Ginger, an Amazon movie about legendary dance team Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. The End of the F-cking World creator Jonathan Entwistle will direct. NBC is developing a reboot of the 1984-92 comedy Night Court, with Emmy-winning original series star John Laroquette set to star. The Big Bang Theory star Melissa Rauch, a childhood fan of the series, will executive produce the sequel, which will find Abby Stone, the daughter of original series lead character Harry Stone (the late Harry Anderson) as the optimistic judge presiding over the night shift of a Manhattan arraignment court. Laroquette, who won four Emmys as smarmy prosecuting attorney Dan Fielding in the original, will again play Fielding, and The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’s Dan Rubin will write and serve as an executive director on the project.Meanwhile, Fox has given a straight-to-series order for a contemporary reboot of the 1977-84 ABC series Fantasy Island, about a magic island where visitors go to have their fantasies fulfilled. The late Ricardo Montalbán and Hervé Villechaize, starred in the original, which was followed by a short-lived revival series in 1998 and a 2020 horror film adaptation. Liz Craft and Sarah Fain (The 100, The Shield, and Lie to Me) are developing the new series, set to debut in summer 2021.And, as DJ Khalid would say, another one: a Little House on the Prairie reboot! Paramount TV Studios and Anonymous Content are teaming to reboot the 1974-83 NBC drama based on Laura Ingalls Wilder’s classic book series. And please let this part come true: Alison Arngrim, who played deliciously wicked Nellie Oleson on the series, suggests she is the perfect age to play equally rotten Mrs. Oleson in the reboot. Couldn’t agree with that potential casting more. (EW)And another: Blair Underwood is set to return to the world of LA Law, reprising his role as lawyer Jonathan Rollins. The project is being developed for ABC by Marc Guggenheim, Ubah Mohamed, and Anthony Hemingway. (Deadline)(Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images for Louis Vuitton)Alicia Vikander will executive produce and star in the HBO/A24 limited series Irma Vep, about an American movie star (Vikander) who, unhappy about her career and a recent failed romance, signs on to star in a French remake of the silent film Les Vampires, but finds herself blurring the lines between fact and fiction with the character she’s playing.Christopher Walken, who recently signed on for his first regular TV series role in Apple TV+’s Severance, has now joined the cast of The Offenders, a British crime thriller created by The Office co-creator Stephen Merchant and Mayans M.C. co-creator Elgin James. The series revolves around seven strangers from various walks of life who are sentenced to completing a community service project.The New York Times bestselling memoir One Life, by soccer champ Megan Rapinoe, will be adapted for a TV series from Sony Pictures Television. The book covers Rapinoe’s career as a World Cup champ and Olympic gold medalist. (Deadline)Universal Content Productions (UCP) is developing Super Freak, a series about the late “Super Freak” singer Rick James. The series would chronicle James’ legendary career and soulful funk tunes, legal and drug woes, and memorable appearances on Chappelle’s Show. No network or streaming service is yet attached to the project, which is being written by Notes From a Young Black Chef writer Randy McKinnon.Conan Reimagines A Charlie Brown Christmas for 2020And finally, before you’re warmed by your annual viewing of A Charlie Brown Christmas, take a look at Conan O’Brien’s re-edit of the special into It’s 2020, Charlie Brown!, complete with a reference to that Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion song that would not exist in the Peanuts universe.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
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(Photo by Chuck Zlotnick. ©Marvel Studios 2021. All Rights Reserved.)Now at the halfway point, Loki’s third episode offers a number of new questions, while giving our Loki (Tom Hiddleston) a new sparring partner. But just who is this variant? Are the comic book nods just another distraction from the God of Mischief? And was last week s time bomb really just a misdirection from the Variant s true goal? Let s take a look at this week s episode and see if we can t suss out some good answers to these questions.Spoiler Alert: The following reveals details of the third episode of Loki season 1. Stop here if you have not watched Lamentis. Speculation includes information from Marvel comic books and may also be considered spoilers to some.Is Sylvie a Loki Variant?(Photo by Marvel Studios)Despite spending an hour with Sylvie (Sophia Di Martino), we re still unsure if she s a variant of Loki or something else entirely. To be fair, she self-identifies as a variant, but nevertheless continues to claim that she is something different. Also, we couldn t help but notice she explains her power and not her past when Loki asks for a token of trust.The name she s chosen to use is an obvious nod to Sylvie Lushton, a Marvel Comics character introduced in 2009 who also goes by the name of Enchantress — not be confused with Amora, the earlier Marvel Enchantress, or DC Comics Enchantress, June Moone, played by Cara Delevingne in Suicide Squad. Although an average young woman from Oklahoma, Sylvie s fortunes changed when Asgardia, a modernized version of Asgard its people used after the fall of their homerealm, settled in a geosynchronous orbit above her hometown. She soon developed powers of her own, which, it turned out, were gifted to her by Loki for some unknown purpose. When he later explain himself, Loki says she is merely a whim because he wondered what would happen if a human suspected they were Asgardian. Also, Loki seemed to enjoy the fact she was susceptible to dashed hopes.(Photo by Marvel Studios)Favoring green clothing and blonde hair, the Marvel Cinematic Universe Sylvie certainly resembles the Marvel Comics version (particularly after she abandons the horns during the fight on the train), but diverts in a couple of key ways. For one, a brief shot in episode 2 refers to her as Sylvie Laufeydottir, indicating she is indeed a Loki variant who presented as female very early in her existence. From what little she offers Loki on the train, we also get the impression she did not have much of a family either in Jotunheim or Asgard; she refers to memories of her mother as something out of a dream. Second, her primary power appears to be something Loki terms as an enchantment. As she later explains, she gets into people s memories via physical contact and begins a dance within them to get what she wants. But, as she mentions, the other person is also in control. Sort of. This differs wildly from Sylvie Luston s varied suite of powers.Also, we can t help but notice she instinctively chooses to fight whenever a conflict presents itself.All of which should add up to Sylvie not being Loki; in fact, there s still room for her to be a variant of Amora or even Sylvie Lushton. Hell, we ll even throw in the possibility of Angela for good measure. But we re still not inclined to go in this direction yet because Loki lies; therefore, everything Sylvie has said so far could just as easily be a lie.But then there s the reference to being on a mission and sticking with it even above her natural hedonistic tendencies. Is it possible her years-long effort to assault the Time-Keepers is, in fact, someone else s scheme?Margaritas Pour from a Hunter s Memories(Photo by Chuck Zlotnick. ©Marvel Studios 2021. All Rights Reserved.)Last week, Hunter C-20 (Sasha Lane) kept saying it s all real, which led us to believe Sylvie somehow revealed to her that she was not created by the Time-Keepers but was, really, a variant press-ganged into working on their behalf.This appears to be true as she tells Loki she dug into C-20 s memories from before she worked for the TVA in order to get the location of the Time-Keepers special elevator. While we are keeping the Loki tendency to lie in mind, that we actually see Sylvie using C-20 s memories of margaritas leads us to believe this is, in fact, the truth. Also, it s just narrative satisfying for Loki to discover everything Miss Minutes (Tara Strong) told him about TVA history is a lie.If the Time-Keepers have been forcing variants into their service, what is their true aim? One option is the simple preservation of their own existence by manipulating the timeline. If we accept the multiversal war as a truth within their larger lie, it is possible they were destined to lose and use the Sacred Timeline as a means of forestalling their defeat. But even within that, there is some ambiguity about their intentions as the stated goal of avoiding another war could still be benevolent. Then again, co-opting variants and robbing them of their memories hardly sounds like something impossibly powerful but benevolent beings would do.Well, presuming they even really exist and are not part of a massive con perpetrated by Ravonna Renslayer (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) and, potentially, Kang (Jonathan Majors).And since we re talking about the Time-Keepers, was Sylvie s time-bomb really just a means of distracting enough of the TVA to get to them? The bomb seemingly caused enough havoc as to upend the Sacred Timeline entirely — which would be as worthy an objective as actually killing the Time-Keepers themselves. Hopefully, we ll learn more about the bomb s effects next week.The Variants Encounter the Mysteries of Lamentis-1(Photo by Marvel Studios)Most of the episode takes place on the soon-to-be destroyed Lamentis-1. The name Lamentis is a relatively obscure pull as a similar world appeared in exactly one Marvel Comic — Annihilation: Conquest Prologue #1. As part of the 2007 Marvel event storyline, Annihilation, it sees the techno-organic Phalanx forming a barrier along the edges of Kree-controlled space. Lamentis is an outworld on the extreme edge of their borders, so Quasar — already there on a mission — sees the shockwave as it passes the planet on its way to the border.The actual Annihilation story features Annihilus, a perennial Fantastic Four foe, attempting to expand his empire by reaching into the positive matter universe and using the negative-charge counterpart to the Power Cosmic (something we ll talk about another time). But by the point of Annihilation: Conquest Prologue #1, he had been defeated and was recuperating in the safety of the Negative Zone, a realm which may matter to the eventual Fantastic Four film.With the comic book mentioning Annihulus and featuring both the Phanalax and Quasar (and the Spaceknights for that matter), invoking the planet Lamentis in this episode could indicate some future happenings in the MCU. The Phalanx, for example, is generally associated with the X-Men. But as with everything else on Loki, it could be also be a master class in misdirection.But there are some questions worth asking about Lamentis-1 and how it relates to the MCU. Is it in Kree-space? None of the humanoids we saw in the episode were blue, the general skin tone of the Kree in the MCU. But being blue is not a requirement to be Kree and nothing says Lamentis has to be a Kree colony for it to be controlled by the Kree — well, presuming the Kree treaty with the Nova Corps still stands in 2077. If it s not Kree at all, then from where do all the humanoids Loki and Sylvie encounter originate? Is the show suggesting Earthers will be out among the stars in few decades? Granted, that is possible in the MCU with all the aliens and alien tech known to the world.Since Sylvie can only hide in naturally occurring cataclysms, we know no force purposely brought destruction to Lamentis-1, but the end of the Ark sure looked purposeful. Is it possible the Time-Keepers (or something else) were playing some long game to keep any survivors from escaping that world? Love Is a Dagger (Photo by Marvel Studios)While Loki s metaphor for love is not as profound as he thinks, it does lead to an interesting new wrinkle about the character — love isn t really something he s familiar with. Sure, there is the familial love Frigga (Rene Russo) showed him throughout her life, but that s clearly not the sort of thing he or Sylvie were discussing. Thanks to his experiences, if not his nature, Loki cannot perceive romantic love as anything other than a long con or, indeed, a weapon. And though he indicates some short affairs — he also self-identifies as bisexual — the notion of a predominately aromatic protagonist is definitely appealing. In the middle of Marvel Studios most technically ambitious hour of television yet, it almost makes sense to declare it will also take romantic stakes off the table for the character going forward. No one, say a Doctor Doom or Annihilus, can ever threaten the life of Loki s version of Jane Foster or Luke Cage. That person does not exist.It would definitely be a bold storytelling choice considering how important romantic stakes tend to be in television shows, but it is also possible this episode s discussion of romantic love is merely winding-up for a punchline about Loki loving himself. Well, provided Sylvie is a Loki variant.Is an Old Loki in the Wind?(Photo by Chuck Zlotnick. ©Marvel Studios 2021. All Rights Reserved.)As we ve now have a tradition of highlighting characters who could appear in Loki s future, this week s candidate is a future Loki. Appearing in the Loki: Agent of Asgard series as King Loki or Old Loki, this variant comes from a future where Earth is in ashes thanks to his scheming, but Thor ascended to the throne of Asgard and ushered in an era of peace among the other Realms. In the early part of the series, Old Loki stated to the ruling triumvirate of Asgardia, the All-Mother, that he merely wished to bring about this era of peace sooner by forcing his younger self to accept the villainous path. The All-Mother agreed to assist even as they locked him up in Asgardia s dungeon.His existence — and his ability to work around the All-Mother s Loki-proof prison cell — brings us back to Sylvie s mission. Is she acting on orders from Loki s future self? Did he create her to appear as a Loki variant to the TVA? And, if so, is all of this just really part of his infinitely-long game to get control of the Time-Keepers power?(Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images for Disney)To a certain extent, it is more likely than Kang revealing himself. Some already believe Richard E. Grant (pictured) — whose first appearance is expected in next week s episode and who appeared as General Pryde in Disney film Star Wars: Episode IX The Rise of Skywalker — will emerge as Old Loki and the true mastermind behind these events, motivated by the moment his younger self realized the power of the TVA was stronger than the Infinity Stones.It is a good hypothesis as it keeps things squarely on Loki and the series examination of his nature. Indeed, Agent of Asgard pondered on this, too. The title character rebelled against his presumed role as villain while Old Loki reveled in it. This may yet prove to be the central conflict of the series should Gra
Today s Ketchup brings you another 10 headlines from the world of film development news, covering such titles as the Sopranos prequel, the Sesame Street musical, and Marvel s Shang-Chi.This WEEK S TOP STORYJAMES GUNN REINSTATED AS DIRECTOR OF GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOL. 3(Photo by Jay Maidment/Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)One of the biggest stories of 2018 was Disney s decision to fire Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn from the third GotG movie over old-but-questionable Twitter jokes, which led stars like Dave Bautista to say he/they might not return for the sequel. Warner Bros. then signed Gunn to write and direct The Suicide Squad (8/6/2021), starring Margot Robbie and Idris Elba. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 is obviously a big deal for Marvel, and we never heard anything about a new director officially taking his place (notwithstanding Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi, who quickly debunked such rumors). So, we can now report that Disney and Marvel have reached an agreement that reinstates James Gunn as director (and screenwriter) for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, which will start filming after Gunn wraps filming of The Suicide Squad for Warner Bros. Gunn s apologies for the Tweets (which predated his hiring for the first Guardians of the Galaxy) were reportedly key to Disney President Alan Horn s decision to rehire him for GotG 3. After the announcement was made, Gunn took to Twitter again, this time to thank his fans for their support.Fresh Developments1. MARVEL FAST-TRACKING KUNG FU SUPERHERO SHANG-CHI MOVIE (Photo by Marvel)Although Marvel Studios has not officially announced release dates for new movies past this summer s Spider-Man: Far from Home (7/5/2019), we do know that both Black Widow and The Eternals are scheduled to start filming this summer for likely 2020 releases. (Marvel has untitled films scheduled for release on May 1 and November 6 next year.) 2018 was a big year for Marvel developing new movies, as Black Widow and The Eternals were also joined by Doctor Strange 2, Ms. Marvel (Kamala Khan), and Shang Chi: Master of Kung Fu. This week, Marvel made a move that suggests Shang-Chi is getting fast-tracked for a likely 2021 release, with the news that the directing job is going to Destin Daniel Cretton. This news also confirms that Marvel is applying a Black Panther-style production approach to Shang-Chi, as Cretton is Hawaiian and screenwriter Dave Callaham is of Chinese-American descent. Cretton s hiring is also a sign that Brie Larson might co-star as Captain Marvel in the Shang-Chi movie, as she has starred in all of Cretton s films as director (Short Term 12, The Glass Castle, and the upcoming Just Mercy, with Michael B. Jordan). Callaham s Shang-Chi screenplay reportedly attempts to modernize aspects of the character s back story, which drew heavily from 1970s exploitation tropes.2. AVENGERS DIRECTORS SIGN ON FOR POST-MARVEL REUNION WITH SPIDER-MAN(Photo by Michael Germana/Everett Collection)Next month s Avengers: Endgame will be the fourth Marvel Studios film for directing brothers Joe and Anthony Russo, with no indication (yet) that they ll direct any future Marvel films. After 5+ years of focusing on their Marvel work, the Russo brothers are now lining up a movie that is only tangentially related to the studio, as Marvel s current Spider-Man, Tom Holland, is now in talks to work with them on a film called Cherry. If he signs, Holland would star as Nico Walker, the author of the 2018 novel Cherry, based on his own experience as an Army medic who returned from Iraq with extreme undiagnosed PTSD, fell into opioid addiction and began robbing banks. Walker was caught and convicted in 2011 and is scheduled to be released in 2020. The Russo Brothers plan to start filming Cherry this summer. Meanwhile, they will also continue to produce TV adaptations of the 1979 film The Warriors and the horror video game Little Nightmares.3. SOPRANOS PREQUEL MOVIE NABS 2020 AWARDS SEASON RELEASE (Photo by Jason Smith/Everett Collection)Later this year, Netflix is reportedly planning on their widest theatrical release to date for Martin Scorsese s fact-based crime film The Irishman, produced on a budget of over 5 million. The Irishman doesn t have a release date yet, but it seems likely to be aiming for the fall of 2019 during awards season. If The Irishman is 2019 s top awards-friendly mobster movie, HBO made a move this week to possibly stake out the same distinction in 2020. New Line Cinema has scheduled the newly retitled Newark (formerly The Many Saints of Newark), the prequel film to HBO s The Sopranos, for September 25, 2020. Newark will be set during the 1967 Newark riots. Although we still lack some key details, we do already know that Alessandro Nivola will be the star as Dickie Moltisanti (Christopher s dad), and that James Gandolfini s son Michael Gandolfini is co-starring as the young Tony Soprano. In related news, MGM also recently scheduled their musical biopic Respect, starring Jennifer Hudson as Aretha Franklin, for August 14, 2020.4. TOM AND JERRY AND ANNE HATHAWAY S SESAME STREET COMING IN 2021(Photo by Giles Keyte/Focus Features)Following the box office disappointment of The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part, Warner Bros. is moving away from its plans for Minecraft and more LEGO movies. Instead, the studio is working on animated movies like Scooby-Doo (5/15/2020) and DC Super Pets (5/21/2021). Warner Bros added two more kid-friendly movies to their 2021 schedule this week with Sesame Street and Tom and Jerry. Anne Hathaway will star in the live-action Sesame Street musical now scheduled for January 15, 2021 (two weeks before Rugrats on 1/29/2021). The Tom and Jerry will be an animated/live action hybrid when it comes out on April 16, 2021 (two weeks after Fast and Furious 10 on 4/2/2021).5. ANDY SAMBERG AND CRISTIN MILIOTI TO MEET CUTE IN PALM SPRINGS (Photo by Jason Mendez, Steve Mack/Everett Collection)We re just barely starting to see a resurgence of the romantic comedy genre with movies like Isn t It Romantic and various titles on Netflix and the Hallmark Channel, but new projects are being announced regularly lately. Andy Samberg (Brooklyn Nine-Nine) will co-star with Cristin Miloti (who starred in the U.S.S. Callister episode of Black Mirror) in a romantic comedy called Palm Springs. Samberg will play a carefree man who meets a reluctant maid of honor [in] a chance encounter at a Palm Springs wedding. J.K. Simmons (Whiplash, Spider-Man 2) will also have a supporting role.
Best-Reviewed Romance Movies 2019Foreign-language films dominated the top end of the Romance category this year, with Gloria Bell and Long Shot the only two English-language titles piercing the top five-reviewed films in the genre. Kenyan LGBTQ romance Rafiki came out in some territories in 2018, but landed stateside in April, dazzling with its colorful depiction of a Romeo-and-Juliet–style relationship, while haunting sci-fi romance Atlantics impressed at Cannes and landed actor-turned-director Mati Diop a Directors Guild of America nomination for First-Time Feature. Transit, a sweeping love story enmeshed in the messiness of WWII Europe, was the best-reviewed romance of the year. (Note, Portrait of a Lady On Fire, which opens in the U.S. in 2020, was not eligible.)The order of the rank below reflects the Adjusted Score as of December 31, 2019. Scores might change over time.« Previous Category Next Category »
Do androids dream of having kids? That seems to be at least one of the questions that Raised By Wolves, the new Ridley Scott–executive produced series coming to HBO Max in September, is asking. Created by Aaron Guzikowski (the writer of Denis Villeneuve s Prisoners) and starring Amanda Collin and Abubakar Salim as Mother and Father (the main robots in question), the show takes viewers to a distant planet in the far-off future where a new synthetic-led human civilization is in the making.Mother and Father try to live a solitary life, cultivating an atheistic society, but the threat of humanity and its theology, looms nearby. The Mithraic is the perceived enemy and this neo-puritanical religious space army might be all that s left of Earth s population. Vikings alum Travis Fimmel is at the center of this plot, and it d be easy to identify his character, Marcus, as the villain. But Raised By Wolves subverts expectations, leaving the viewer to question which side of this struggle is worth rooting for: the well-intentioned, yet thoroughly lethal robot parents or the possibly misguided human zealots looking for a new planet to call home?As he did with the likes of Blade Runner and Alien, Scott puts his signature sci-fi world-building skills to use here and directs the show s first two episodes. But is the HBO Max series a hit? Here s what critics are saying about Raised By Wolves.AMANDA COLLIN S MOTHER STEALS THE SHOW(Photo by Coco Van Oppens/HBO Max)Collin approaches her role as Mother in a unique way that equals Alicia Vikander s role in EX MACHINA and Rutger Hauer s in BLADE RUNNER. Mother is an android with warrior-like skills and abilities that make her a powerful weapon. She alone can rival the entirety of the Mithraic faction and yet she shows a lot of vulnerability as she protects not only her son Campion (Winta McGrath) but several other children as well. — Alex Maidy, JoBlo s Movie NetworkMother is a fearsome figure, and Collin plays her with tightrope terror: She s a new god, an anxious mom, or maybe just a broken appliance stumbling toward obsolescence. — Darren Franich, Entertainment WeeklyTHE CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT NEEDS IMPROVEMENT(Photo by Coco Van Oppens/HBO Max)When Mother and Father do things that make no particular internal sense, you can at least excuse it with, They re androids and they re weird. It s less easy to pass off how consistently inconsistent and weakly developed every other character in the series is. As much as I appreciate Guzikowski s willingness not to overly explain the Mithraic religion or the dystopian world that led to humanity fleeing Earth, it s astonishing how dull Marcus, Sue and everybody else on the ark are. — Daniel Fienberg, Hollywood ReporterAs with most aspects of “Raised by Wolves,” these characters are too derivative to compel, and extraordinarily frustrating from a show that purports itself a true novelty. A show that can’t find more uses for women than “wife” and “mother” isn’t one that’s thinking even halfway outside the box, let alone lightyears beyond our earthly orbit. — Caroline Framke, VarietyTHE SCIENCE VS. RELIGION THEME IS A BIT POLARIZINGAaron PrunerThe conflict between rationality and religion is sometimes presented in overly simplistic terms, and Guzikowski hedges his bets by using the fictional Mithraic religion (named for a Roman mystery religion) rather than an existing faith tradition, which makes the show’s philosophical debates a bit toothless. — Josh Bell, CBRThe Mithraics are portrayed as warmongers who set out to crush atheists in the name of Sol, their god, and are essentially holy crusaders from space, right down to their knightly armor. Their faith is cultish and infectious, presenting discussions about religion s place in humanity, and though they espouse virtuous living, they contradict their beliefs with self-preservation and violence — Tim Surette, TV GuideIT S THE TYPE OF OPERATIC SCI-FI RIDLEY SCOTT FANS WILL LOVERaised by Wolves is sci-fi television of a rare breed. While premium cable and streaming services have been raising the bar in the genre for years, Raised by Wolves leaps ahead in craft, scale, and vision. Its novelistic storytelling and slow-burn pacing ask much of its audience, but it offers rewards in kind. For those willing to engage, Raised by Wolves is a stunning work of operatic science fiction that will linger in your mind well after the credits of each episode roll. — Jamie Lovett, ComicBook.comReplicants, Synthetics Androids oh my! After Blade Runner
Dark, the first-ever German series produced by Netflix, just released its third and final season and, more importantly, won our recent bracket competition to crown the best original Netflix series. So if you’re a fan of the time-traveling mystery series and you ve already checked out that other Netflix sci-fi hit it s often compared to, Stranger Things, here are five more titles Rotten Tomatoes has picked out for you, presented by Naz Perez, that will hopefully brighten — or darken — your next few binge sessions.
九游会下载 (Photo by Addison Wright)Addison Wright s Hiplet: Because We Can is part of the Scene In Color Film Series, presented by Target, which shines a light on incredible filmmaking talent. As part of the series, three emerging filmmakers will receive mentorship from producer Will Packer, and their films are available to watch on Rotten Tomatoes, MovieClips Indie Channel, Peacock, and the NBC App.Chicago filmmaker Addison Wright discovered the subjects of his short film, Hiplet, while browsing the Explore section of Instagram. When he learned that the “hiplet” dancers – who fuse traditional ballet with hip-hop and have become viral sensations – were also based in Chicago, he knew he had to make a film about them.The film he first had in mind was not the exact film he would end up making: Initially, Wright wanted to shoot the troupe dancing in a ballroom that had, at one point in its history, been a white-only space; but when he got to talking to the dancers, and learned about what hiplet meant to them, he realized he wanted to give them time in the film to tell their own stories.Wright, who has been inspired by ’90s music videos, as well as directors like Spike Lee, Hype Williams, Spike Jonze, and Chris Cunningham, says: “The project evolved from a music video that had a story behind it – placing them in this establishment that was white-only at one point – into a short film, a documentary where they break the fourth wall and express themselves and tell the world about the adversity that they face being hiplet ballerinas.”Hiplet is the first film for the director, a graduate of Delaware State University who’s been making films for more than seven years. And it’s been an auspicious debut: Hiplet was an Official Selection at the 2020 South by Southwest Film Festival.His next project will be a feature, a love story set in Chicago’s Bronzeville neighborhood. “I didn’t grow up seeing a lot of Black love stories like that,” Wright says. “One of my favorite movies is A Bronx Tale. I’ve just always been compelled by that, that movie is just really good. To be able to make a film like that, that people of color can watch and go, ‘That’s me, I say the same things, I do the same things’… I want to add to that genre.”See more shorts and meet more filmmakers from the Scene in Color Film Series.
据腾讯天美工作相关技术人员透漏，他们开发CODM时，在使用PBR技术复刻《使命召唤》系列游戏主机画面效果的基础上，针对移动端建立全新的画面标准，同时还以3A手游的标准来要求自己，力图让手游达到更精致的画面表现。 Release Date: December 17, 2021What We Know: After a tense 2019 summer in which, it seemed, Spider-Man would blip out of the MCU again to face off against Venom (Tom Hardy), Sony Pictures and the Walt Disney Studios agreed to produce a third film with Tom Holland as Spider-Man. While the fine details of the studios’ new agreement are not known — beyond Disney reportedly increasing its share of the profits to 25% — we do know Spidey will appear in one additional MCU outside of his third solo film. But in another twist of fate, Spidey’s current troubles will be acknowledged in Sony’s upcoming Morbius, a film set in its Spider-Verse and completely separate from the MCU. (Or is it?) Initially slated for a July 2021 release, the third Marvel Spider-Man film played release calendar roulette until finally landing on a December release (for now). In October 2020, Benedict Cumberbatch joined the cast as Doctor Strange. Though Strange is said to fill the mentor role, his presence has fueled speculation the film may see the other Spider-Men from the previous film series. Also fueling that speculation: the addition of Jamie Foxx, who once again plays Electro – although it remains to be seen if this will be the villain from The Amazing Spider-Man 2 or an MCU equivalent. And while rumors surfaced in December 2020 indicating Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire are in talks to appear, Alfred Molina was spotted on set reprising his role as Doctor Octopus from Spider-Man 2. In February of 2021, Marvel and Sony made a big to-do of the title reveal with Holland, and Zendaya, and Jacob Batalon, posting fake titles before he added the real one to his Instagram: Spider-Man: No Way Home. In April, Molina confirmed his part in the film, saying Doc Ock’s story picks up from his final moments in Spider-Man 2. Since that time, rumors continue to persist about the previous Spider-Men appearing, while early July offered fans a first look at Peter’s new costume(s) via upcoming action figures and Funko Pops. In August, Sony finally released a teaser featuring Molina’s Doc Ock and hinting at a ton of multiversal problems for Peter and Strange.How It Fits in the MCU: Although Nick Fury has big plans for Peter, his memories may not survive the spell Dr. Strange conjures to make everyone forget Spider-Man’s identity. And speaking of Strange, it seems the film will also be concerned with the Sorcerer Supreme’s stunning hubris in advance of Doctor Strange in the Muliverse of Madness. Also, the Multiversal appearance of Doc Ock suggests this will be the first moment in which any Avengers-related character becomes aware of the interdimensional threats He Who Remains (Jonathan Majors) talked about in Loki.Ms. Marvel (series)Premiere Date: Late 2021What We Know: Based on the Kamala Khan character created in 2013 by Sana Amanat, Stephen Wacker, G. Willow Wilson, and Adrian Alphona, the series will introduce the popular teen Inhuman t