伪装者的游戏采用百度引擎5（Baidu 2）(Photo by Rogue Pictures, Dimension Film, New Line, DreamWorks / courtesy Everett Collection)All 20 Wes Craven Movies Ranked by TomatometerWes Craven s debut, 1972 s scarring rape-revenge thriller The Last House on the Left, was among the first cross-cultural grindhouse flicks out there: It cost ,00 to make and made back 36 times as much. At the time, America was mired deep in a losing Vietnam War slog just as its citizens lost faith in their social institutions, a mood reflected in Last House s success, announcing audiences new appetite for gritty, grubby, boundary-pushing cinema. Craven, already hardened beyond most normal sensibilities after a previous career directing pornographic films under different nom de guerres, knew how to push the violence, sex, and rage right up to the edge.With aspirations to emerge from the horror grotto, Craven nonetheless returned to the genre in 1977 with the agitated, belligerent The Hills Have Eyes, which transported the menace of Last House into the desert mountains.The 80s were the golden age of slasher movies, with thanks in no small part to Craven. He dipped his toe into the subgenre with 1981 s Deadly Blessing, before making the enormous slashy splash with A Nightmare on Elm Street. Dozens of slashers were being released a year by 1984, but it was Craven s bright idea to freshen things up by bringing the supernatural into the mix, thus creating one of horror s great icons: Freddy Krueger, as portrayed by Robert Englund.Horror films had a tough go at it in the 90s, both creatively and at the box office, with Craven one of few genre directors to survive with a career intact. Always one to infuse satire and literacy into the shocks wherever he could, Craven turned to meta-textual tricks for New Nightmare and Scream. The latter fit like a knife in snug flesh with the decade s laid-back cynicism, ushering in a new age of teen slashers.Highlights of Craven s post-Scream career include, of course, the well-received first sequel, directing Meryl Streep to an Academy Award nomination in Music of the Heart, and the Certified Fresh thriller Red Eye. Scream 4, in 2011, would become his final movie – and it just recently ticked over onto Fresh territory. Here, we look back on a storied film journey from one of the undisputed masters of horror, with all Wes Craven movies ranked by Tomatometer!
应该做不到，虽然游戏设计逻辑个人感觉是先做的端游再移植到手机上，但游戏运营逻辑还是手游，估计很难能满足端游玩家的需求，不过可以期待一下米忽悠借原神熟悉端游开发和运营然后下一个游戏出端游，虽然还是策划nt系列伪装者的游戏Today s Ketchup brings you another 10 headlines from the world of film development news, covering such titles such as The Batman, Dune, and Detective Pikachu.This WEEK S TOP STORYGUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY DIRECTOR REBOOTING THE SUICIDE SQUAD (Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)Last July, Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn was fired by Walt Disney Pictures from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 after old, offensive jokes on Twitter resurfaced. A few months later, we started hearing that Marvel s distinguished competition at Warner Bros and DC Comics were hiring Gunn to write and possibly direct the next Suicide Squad movie. This week, we learned that yes, Gunn is now in talks with Warner Bros. to direct a film to be called The Suicide Squad (8/6/2021), which is being described as a relaunch of the concept. Gunn is expected to use an almost entirely new group of super villains, which means that most of the characters that appeared in the 2016 movie will not return for The Suicide Squad. (We re thinking here of The Joker, Harley Quinn, Deadshot, Killer Croc, Captain Boomerang, etc.) There have been dozens of Suicide Squad members in the comics, so there are lots of possibilities, including characters like Bronze Tiger, Killer Frost, King Shark, Major Disaster, and Vixen. Fresh Developments1. BEN AFFLECK-FREE THE BATMAN COMING IN 2021, PLUS OTHER DC COMICS MOVIES NEWS(Photo by Zack Snyder)This really was a crazy week for DC Comics movies. We re going to cover multiple release dates for 2020 in a bit, but here, the focus is two years out: 2021. That s because The Batman, the reboot in which Ben Affleck will not play Bruce Wayne, is now scheduled for June 25, 2021. Matt Reeves (War for the Planet of the Apes) is writing and directing The Batman, which will feature a younger Batman in a detective story involving a rogues gallery of Bat-villains (which may or may not include Josh Gad as The Penguin). Another film now scheduled for 2021 is an animated movie for DC Super Pets (5/21/21), which may include such four legged sidekicks as Krypto the Superdog, Ace the Bat-Hound, and Supergirl s cat Streaky. Meanwhile, we heard this week that Warner Bros. and James Wan are now looking for a good Aquaman 2 screenplay. Meanwhile, Aquaman has become the top grossing DC Comics movie of all time.2. THIS WEEK IN DC COMICS PART 3 KEVIN SMITH REVEALS WHAT-MIGHT-HAVE-BEEN FOR JUSTICE LEAGUE 2/3 (Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)Continuing our coverage of this crazy week full of DC Comics movies news, we will start with the news of two movies which will not happen. Kevin Smith was on a podcast recently, and there he revealed what he knew of what director Zack Snyder had planned for Justice League 2 and 3. Basically Justice League 2 would have been an outer space battle with Darkseid (which he would have won, ala Avengers: Infinity War), and then the war would have continued on an Earth conquered by Darkseid (images of which we saw in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice). As all that suggests, Zack Snyder is now done with DC Comics movies, and we now know that instead, he will return to his Dawn of the Dead zombie roots with a Netflix project called Army of the Dead. Director Patty Jenkins also revealed this week that her Wonder Woman 3 will be a contemporary film, following next year s Wonder Woman 1984 (6/5/2020). 3. RELEASE DATES FOR 2020 INCLUDE GHOSTBUSTERS 3, CHRISTOP
The series also features Native American actor Tantoo Cardinal as Sue Lynn Blackbird, a power broker and manager of a casino near Portland. The character appeared in Dex’s first comic book case, but received a major expansion for the television series.“It has been a part of my madness that this society has really misconstrued ideas of who we are. We’re kind of an enigma, you know. Some people are kind of surprised that we’re still alive,” Cardinal told television reporters in August. “I was kind of astounded, actually, to get the script, and to see this character, and to see who she is. And I think it’s really exciting for us and for the viewers to see a whole different idea of who we are, and closer to the truth of who we are today.”The expansion of Sue Lynn Blackbird — and Hoffman’s appearance as a man – will be the first of several notable changes readers of Stumptown will spot immediately when watching the first episode. Another: TV Dex is just beginning her journey to becoming a P.I., whereas in the book, she’s established a firm long before the first published story.To Rucka, giving her that journey made sense for television: “[Audiences] want to see how she is going to evolve and change. I think in so doing, you create those greater investments on the part of the audience, but also you can create something that allows your lead [actor] to continue to be engaged and passionate.”(Photo by ABC/Mitch Haaseth)And while Stumptown was born of more episodic television like The Rockford Files, Rucka suggested an element of serialization – beyond Dex learning to be a P.I. – may filter into the show. That serialization may present itself in the secrets both Johnson and Richman referred to in August.“You’ll find with all the characters in the show, that what we’re building are very complex people,” Rucka said. “Often [they are] hiding secrets from each other … sometimes from themselves even.”He also noted a shared tragedy between Dex and Sue Lynn will continue to inform their relationship: “She may find herself on opposite sides of something that Dex is working on, or they may need each other in certain instances. And there’s always this complicated past at play.”Beyond the ways characters evolve and change on modern television — and how it relates back to the TV P.I . — Rucka also noted one of the key secrets in adapting a comic book to TV: A 100-page comic gives you roughly one-half hour of TV drama if directly translated to the screen.“Comics do not go one for one,” he said. “You can t do it, and trying to do it insults both mediums and that s disrespectful.“When you bring a comic book audience to these adaptations, there are certain expectations,” he continued. “There are things people are going to want to see or going to want to see referenced because that s part of the comment, right?”To Rucka, it’s the emotional beats that are worth preserving because “[they] are easy to replicate” and they are the moments fans really want to see. It is this element he felt the show really honed in on and replicated for television.“You sit down and you read the comic, it s going to look recognizably like the TV show. That s an enormous honor and almost an unexpected one. There was no reason to actually expect that kind of parity,” he added.Stumptown premieres on Wednesday, September 25 at 10/9C on ABC. Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
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(Photo by Todd Wawrychuk/A.M.P.A.S. via Getty Images)After a seemingly endless awards season, the big night is finally here: The 93rd Academy Awards! And – as expected – Nomadland has won Best Picture on a night when the statuettes were split between a number of films, with no single movie dominating. Nomadland went on to win a total of three awards (more on that below) to lead all films, while Ma Rainey s Black Bottom, Mank, Sound of Metal, Judas and the Black Messiah, and The Father, all tied with two trophies apiece. The latter also managed arguably the biggest upset of the night, with star Anthony Hopkins taking the Best Actor award over the late Chadwick Boseman, who many had pegged as the front runner for his work in Ma Rainey s Black Bottom.History was made on multiple fronts, with the first ever wins for Black and Hispanic creatives in the Makeup and Hairstyling category, and Chloé Zhao becoming the first woman of Asian descent – and only second woman ever – to win Best Director, for Nomadland. Meanwhile, Yuh-jung Youn, who plays an incorrigible grandmother in Minari, became the first South Korean woman to win Best Supporting Actress and delivered an acceptance speech for the ages.In two of the night s most memorable moments, Daniel Kaluuya won Best Supporting Actor for Judas and the Black Messiah, while Another Round was named Best International Feature Film, allowing director Thomas Vinterberg to pay moving tribute to his late daughter.Recommended: Biggest Moments of the 2021 Academy AwardsRecommended: 2021 Oscars Red Carpet Photo Gallery Recommended: Rotten Tomatoes Predicts the 2021 Oscar Winners!Recommended: The Biggest Snubs and Surprises of the 2021 Oscar NominationsRecommended: All the Winners of the 2020 Golden Tomato Awards The 93rd Academy Awards aired live on ABC on April 25, 2021.Full List Of Winners: 93rd Academy AwardsBest Picture
As the notion of January, February, and March being a cinematic wasteland begins to fade away, big movies are starting to hit theaters earlier and earlier every year. This month, for example, the two most anticipated movies by far are a pair of blockbuster animated sequels, one of which presumably marks the end of a wildly popular franchise trilogy, and early reviews indicate they re both likely to be just as successful as their Certified Fresh predecessors. After that, we ve got an effects-driven sci-fi adventure, an unusual horror-comedy-satire, and a tie between a remake of a Norwegian thriller and the sequel to a recent surprise horror hit. Read on for the Most Anticipated Movies of February, as decided by Want-to-See votes on RT and polls on our social media channels.1. How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (2019) 90%(Photo by Universal Pictures)45,112 Want-to-See Votes#1 pick by our Twitter fans, #2 pick by our Facebook fans, #3 pick by our Instagram fansOpens February 22The third and presumably final entry in the How to Train Your Dragon series tops the list for February, garnering the most Want-to-See votes on RT proper by a hefy margin more than doubling runner-up The LEGO Movie 2. The primary voice cast, which includes Jay Baruchel, America Ferrera, Gerard Butler, and Cate Blanchett, all return for the sequel, which finds Hiccup (Baruchel) seeking out a rumored dragon sanctuary to help alleviate the overpopulation problem on his home island, Berk. Along the way, he and his friends encounter a white Night Fury and its fearsome dragon-hunter owner (voiced by F. Murray Abraham). So far, early reviews are declaring The Hidden World another triumph, so fans hoping for another winning tale are in for a treat.Watch Trailer2. The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part (2019) 84%Ryan Fujitani21,853 Want-to-See Votes#2 pick by our Instagram and Twitter fans, #4 pick by our Facebook fansOpens February 82014 s The LEGO Movie was a risky endeavor that paid off, thanks to its stunning animation, wacky sense of humor, imaginative storytelling, and infectious soundtrack. This month, Warner Bros. attempts to pull it off again, reuniting original voice cast Chris Pratt, Elizabeth Banks, and Will Arnett with new characters played by Tiffany Haddish and Stephanie Beatriz. The story follows Master Builder Emmet (Pratt) as he embarks on a mission to rescue Lucy (Banks) and his friends from an evil queen from the Systar System. Early reviews say that while The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part doesn t feel quite as fresh as the first film, it s still a hilarious, heartfelt movie the whole family can enjoy.Watch Trailer3. Alita: Battle Angel (2019) 61%(Photo by 20th Century Fox)1,110 Want-to-See Votes#1 pick by our Facebook fans, #3 pick by our Twitter fans, #5 pick by our Instagram fansOpens February 14James Cameron has been fascinated by the Japanese manga Battle Angel Alita for a long time, and it s taken almost 20 years since he first became interested in adapting it into feature film for us to finally get it. That said, it s Robert Rodriguez, not Cameron himself, behind the camera for this sci-fi tale that centers on a reanimated cyborg with no memory who slowly discovers the truth of her violent past. Reviews have been flowing in since its premiere, and while critics are split on the film s storytelling, most are enthusiastic about the special effects work, in true James Cameron tradition.Watch Trailer4. Velvet Buzzsaw (2019) 61%(Photo by Netflix)266 Want-to-See Votes#1 pick by our Instagram fansPremieres February 1Director Dan Gilroy re-teams with stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Rene Russo, who powered his acclaimed thriller Nightcrawler, for this dark, Netflix-produced takedown of the art world. Gyllenhaal and Russo star as an art critic and a gallery owner, respectively, who become enamored with a series of paintings left behind by an undiscovered artist who died a mysterious death. Soon, the paintings begin taking on a life of their own, and the bodies start piling up. While Velvet Buzzsaw didn t get a lot of attention from our Twitter or Facebook fans, the horror-satire was the #1 most anticipated film for our Instagram users, and it garnered the fourth highest number of Want-to-See votes on the site. Critics have been divided but mostly positive on the film, but you can see it for yourself on Netflix on the first of the month.Watch Trailer5a. Cold Pursuit (2019) 68%(Photo by Summit Entertainment)109 Want-to-See Votes#4 pick by our Twitter and Instagram fans, #5 pick by our Instagram fansOpens February 8Lastly, we have a tie between two thrillers, starting with the latest entry in Liam Neeson s late-career vigilante phase, which managed to earn #4 placement in our Instagram and Twitter polls and #5 in our Facebook poll. Here, he stars in a remake of 2014 Norwegian film In Order of Disappearance, playing a snowplow driver who takes matters into his own hands when his son is murdered by a local drug lord. Reviews have already begun to come in for Cold Pursuit, and so far they say it not only delivers on its promise of action but also has a fair amount of humor and a more sophisticated storytelling than might be expected.Watch Trailer5b. Happy Death Day 2U (2019) 71%(Photo by Universal Pictures)161 Want-to-See Votes#3 pick by our Facebook fans, #5 pick by our Twitter fansOpens February 13The other film to tie for fifth most anticipated film of February is this sequel to the surprise hit from 2017 that effectively mixed horror elements into a Groundhog Day-style narrative. Set two years after the first film, Happy Death Day 2U once again follows college coed Tree Gelbman (Jessica Rothe) as she is thrust back into the time loop she escaped in the first film. This time around, however, she discovers that her original killer has herself been murdered, and now Tree must figure out who the new killer is before it s too late. It earned the fifth most Want-to-See votes on RT and entered the top 5 in both our Facebook and Twitter polls, but it s the only film on this list that doesn t already have a Tomatometer score. You ll just have to wait until it comes out to find out how good a sequel it is.Watch Trailer
Those of you who have kids or younger siblings, or nieces and nephews are probably already familiar with the popular children s television series PAW Patrol, which centers on the adventures of a young boy named Ryder and his team of emergency rescue dogs. Well, now there s a movie for it, aptly titled PAW Patrol: The Movie, and frankly, we re a little surprised it took eight years for that to happen. In any case, if you need to keep the little ones entertained for an hour and half, this first film adaptation of the cartoon follows the PAW Patrol s efforts to stem the chaos that erupts when Mayor Humdinger takes over Adventure City. If that sounds about as standard as a children s movie plot can get, you may be surprised to learn that most of the critics who have seen it so far say it s actually surprisingly delightful. Sure, it s fairly straightforward in its messaging and there are moments when it s crystal clear who its target audience is, but it s also strangely refreshing to see kids entertainment this earnest and joyful. Catch this one in theaters or on Paramount+.