麦林炮手出装采用百度引擎5（Baidu 4）It feels as though the character Batwoman has been on TV for a while — what with her splashing around in summer 2018 headlines and making a special appearance in last year’s Arrowverse “Elseworlds” crossover — but the debut episode of The CW s Batwoman will be the real beginning of Kate Kane s (Ruby Rose) television journey.You may already know Batwoman is Bruce Wayne s only living relative, an accomplished fighter, and very out and proud. But that s only a sliver of who she is, what she s fighting for, and why she has a series all her own. And combined with her ties to the already-sprawling CW multiverse of superheroes, it might be helpful to get a primer on what to expect when you sit down to watch Batwoman. Here are a few things you should know about this hero as her series begins.1. It’s Set On Earth-1(Photo by Elizabeth Morris/The CW)Currently, The CW airs six superhero shows set on three different Earths. The Earth-1 of Arrow, The Flash, and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl’s Earth-38, and the undesignated Earth of Black Lightning. The latter two occur on different Earths because they were not developed as CW shows — Supergirl first aired on CBS and Black Lighting was developed for Fox — but their alternate universe homes also pay homage to DC Comics and its fascination with alternate realities.But as last year’s “Elseworlds” crossover made clear, Batwoman takes place on Earth-1. Which means it is possible for characters from The Flash and Arrow to make easy visits to Gotham City. Of course, that famous DC town was not always available to Arrowverse producer Greg Berlanti. Thanks in part to the way DC Entertainment handles film and television rights, the use of Gotham City icons had to be approved by several levels of management. Even a passing reference to Batman in an episode of Arrow a few years ago required executives at DC, Warner Bros, and Fox to sign off on it as Gotham was still on the air on Fox and Batman movies are always in development.Some of those barriers have been cleared to make Batwoman possible, but it means you may be waiting some time to see your favorite Gotham City villains on the show. Most of the marquee rogues are typically reserved or Batman feature films and, thanks to a deal made with 20th Century Fox in the 1960s, the Fox broadcast network always has first dibs to Batman characters on television. There are exceptions, though, like Tommy Elliot — the more recent villain known as Hush — who will appear in the form of actor Gabriel Mann in upcoming episodes and Magpie (Rachel Matthews), a fairly minor villain from the 1980s. Both appeared on Gotham, but are easier for the series to tap than, say, the Penguin.That said, Kate has her own rogues gallery, including the murderous and twisted Alice (Rachel Skarsten) and, if previews are anything to go by, the Crows private security firm run by her father Jacob (Dougray Scott).2. Gotham City Has Its Own Cast Of Characters(Photo by Kimberley French/The CW)Besides Kate, Jacob and Alice, the Gotham of Batwoman will be fairly populated from the first episode on. Other characters include Kate s stepmother Catherine Hamilton-Kane (Elizabeth Anweis), stepsister Mary Hamilton (Nicole Kang), Wayne Industries caretaker Luke Fox (Camrus Johnson), and Crow agent Sophie Moore (Meagan Tandy).Applying the old evil-stepmother trope, Kate and Catherine do not get along. Kate is a loner who left home after high school, while Catherine is a mover-and-shaker in the Wayne-less Gotham. She does have a vested interest in reversing the city s reputation as a crime-riddled hellhole, however, which is definitely compatible with Kate s new job ridding her city of bad guys. Med student Mary, meanwhile, may be on better terms with Kate, but her real challenge is keeping her off-the-books health clinic in the tough part of Gotham a secret.As for Luke (based on the DC Comics Batwing character) and Sophie, it s best you watch the debut episode without a great deal of background on either, as they are the people Kate ends up interacting with the most — and for very different reasons.And since we re talking about Gotham citizens, it might helpful to mention Gotham itself is more a grounded Dark Knight place than the sometimes cartoonish city of Gotham. Which is to say, people behave a little more like everyday folks instead of the mad, wonderful, and shouting denizens of the former Fox television show. It s an important contrast for a Gotham set on The CW s Earth-1.3. The First Few Episodes Take Place Prior To “Elseworlds”(Photo by JSquared Photography/The CW)While Kate has a distinctive look, as seen in “Elseworlds,” it may be an episode or two before Rose is actually wearing that particular Batwoman super-suit. As revealed at screenings during San Diego Comic-Con this summer (and one at NYCC this weekend), the first episode takes viewers back to the moment Kate returned to Gotham after a self-imposed exile and discovers her cousin Bruce’s secret identity. Consequently, the complete Batwoman costume may not be seen on screen for a few episodes.From a narrative standpoint, this is the right way to go as it means things like the Batwoman wig and red cape get to mean something to the audience. But for those watching the continuity between Batwoman and the other CW superhero shows, this means a good chunk of the first season occurred prior to last year’s “Elseworlds” crossover.And just to make things even more confusing, the timeline has to sync up before December’s “Crisis on Infinite Earths” crossover, since Kate will be featured in the story.In its own strange way, this also honors DC Comics and the way it tells stories, just without a helpful editorial caption to tell you these events are taking a place a year and a half ago. As you actually watch Batwoman, this may not matter too much in the short term — it has to tell its own story after all — but it may come up in December.4. It Is An Origin Story(Photo by Kimberley French/The CW)As mentioned above, a large part of the show s first season will form an origin story. It seemingly takes its cues from Batwoman: Elegy, a story by Greg Rucka and J.H. Williams III that really set the tone for Kate in the DC Comics universe. It reveals key details about Kate’s past — getting kidnapped with her twin sister at a young age, getting kicked out of the military when her same-sex relationship was exposed, etc. — and serving as a de facto origin tale even though Kate had been operating as Batwoman for a good year or two prior to Elegy’s publication in the pages of Detective Comics.On the show, some of these details are getting remixed, but it will depart from Elegy in a key way — it will spend far more time showing Kate becoming Batwoman. Back in the comics, the character was always fully formed. But for television, it is important to see Kate making certain choices, literally learning the ropes and cementing her identity.We have to admit that choice is dramatic satisfying for a series like this. And, as it happens, Berlanti pulled this off before on Arrow. Halfway through its second season it introduced Barry Allen (Grant Gustin), a visiting crime scene analyst who began a quasi-relationship with Felicity Smoak (Emily Bett Rickards). By the end of the season, he was struck by lightning and awarded with his own show. Thanks to the Arrow appearance, the audience had the chance to decide if they liked Barry while the first season of The Flash saw him discovering powers and hitting certain important milestones.And like Barry at the time of his debut, Kate is a person a lot of viewers only know through reputation or her brief appearance in the Arrowverse last year. Giving her a handful of episodes of self-discovery gives the new program — and the audience — plenty of time to obtain a clearer picture of Kate.5. It Is An Action Show(Photo by Robert Falconer/The CW)Thanks to the success of The Flash, the subsequent Arrowverse shows have been filled with metahumans and crazy super powers. Even the fairly grounded Black Lighting, which exists outside the Arrowverse framework, indulges in its super-power displays and, indeed, made the collection of metahumans a key part of its storyline. But Batwoman is a return to the pure action show roots of Arrow. Like that series early days, Kate, her associates, and her enemies will lack for big, bright powers.Granted, that’s baked right into the premise — members of the Batman family are generally conventional humans trained for peak performance — but it means the show will have a different feel than what you might expect. This is doubly true as Arrow finds itself dealing with alternate realities and a multiverse entity as part of its eighth and final season. Week-to-week, this means you should expect a lot more close-quarters fighting and, perhaps, a reliance on gadgets. Hopefully, the latter will set the program apart from Arrow, which avoided trick arrows for a long time.The return to action also means the show will be less tied to the campier elements of the DC Universe. That’s probably a good decision as Batwoman is paired on Sundays nights with Supergirl, a show filled with powered aliens and a generous helping of goofy camp to offset its often-serious stories. And considering the rumblings that a “World’s Finest” team-up between the two heroes may eventually happen, contrasting their worlds can only be a net positive. A similar difference in tone helped set The Flash apart from Arrow.But considering Batwoman’s comic book past includes some wild monsters, aliens, and prophecies, we wouldn’t put it past the production team to introduce something decidedly fantastical into the mix after “Crisis on Infinite Earths” or in the first season finale.Until that occurs, though, expect Batwoman to be a show about fighting for one s identity. Whether or not that s a meta-commentary on the show itself (and its place in the Arrowverse) remains to be seen.Batwoman airs Sundays at 8 p.m. on The CW.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
In 1908, the silent film Robin Hood and His Merry Men introduced theatergoers to the dashing rogue of English folklore who stole from the rich and gave to the poor, and since then, he has appeared in a neverending run of television shows and movies. Dozens of actors have played Robin Hood, and they’ve all brought their own distinct and varied styles (and accents) to the role. But there is one thing they have in common: They’ve all had to expertly fire arrows in movies like Robin and Marian (1976), Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991), and Robin Hood (2010), among others.With the latest Robin Hood promising copious amounts of archery action (18 arrows are fired in the first trailer!), we decided to take a look at movies featuring the character and other iconic archers to see if we could find any trends, patterns, or cool facts to drop on you. Sit back, relax, and enjoy this deep dive into the world of cinematic archery.So many arrows (Photo by Summit Entertainment)Sidenote: We’re leaving out crossbows because Robin Hood has no time for crossbows.What are the highest rated archery movies?In a merry coincidence, two Robin Hood movies are tied for first place. Robin Hood (1922) and The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938) have 100% Tomatometer scores, and they established the majority of the ground rules for the cinematic portrayal of the character (split arrows, archery contests, stealing money, green hats). These classics still hold up because of their massive budgets, acrobatic set pieces, and the committed performances of Douglas Fairbanks and Errol Flynn.Who is the most accurate Robin Hood?It turns out the Robin Hood (Cary Elwes) from Robin Hood: Men in Tights is the most accurate. Three other Robin Hoods have 100% accuracy rates (Robin Hood 1922, Robin Hood 1973, Robin and Marian 1976), but we re giving the most accurate award to Elwes because he fired the most arrows of the four (11) and is the only person who can believably fire six arrows at once. That is nothing to (A)sneeze at.Who is the most accurate archer, period?(Photo by Lionsgate courtesy Everett Collection)Move over Legolas (94%), Robin Hood (93%), Katniss Everdeen (85%), and Clint Barton (84%), Sylvester Stallone’s Rambo character has an outstanding 96% success rate throughout Rambo: First Blood Part 2 (1985) and Rambo (2008). His lone miss wasn t really a miss: In Rambo, he hits a guy in the leg and has to use another arrow to finish the job. Rambo is so accurate he fishes with arrows, which is something only a few characters like Merida from Brave and Lewis Medlock from Deliverance can claim.Which archer had the best run of accurate shots?Technically, Legolas 24-arrow hit spree in The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug is the most impressive run of the iconic archers included in our data set. However, he is a 2,000-year-old Elf who has had a lot of time to practice his archery skills. Thus, we’re giving Matt Damon (and his ponytail) the award for the 18 perfectly placed arrows he shot in The Great Wall. Not only did Damon defeat many ancient monsters with impenetrable skin, he s capable of wowing hundreds with his party tricks.Clint Barton (a.k.a. Hawkeye) isn t among the elite archersRyan FujitaniHawkeye’s 84% accuracy rate is impressive, considering he had to fire arrows at aliens, robots, friends, and superheroes who move very quickly and give him next to nothing to aim at (in Captain America: Civil War, Vision literally becomes intangible). Let’s hope that Avengers 4 allows Hawkeye to get his accuracy rate above 90% so he can join the super cool archery crew of John Rambo, Legolas, and Robin Hood. Also, we’d love to see what he can do against Thanos.Villains shouldn t catch arrowsSpeaking of Thanos battling Hawkeye, it s funny how cocky villains get when they ve caught an arrow. We don t understand why, because it always blows up in their faces (sometimes literally). In The Scorpion King, Blade: Trinity, and The Avengers, villains are foiled by their arrow-snatching skills. Most famously, in The Avengers, Loki is foiled by his own hubris when he catches an arrow shot by Hawkeye and smirks with joy, only to be caught off guard when the arrow explodes. We love this moment because it means Hawkeye knew exactly what would happen.If you re only going to shoot one arrow, make it countThroughout the four Hunger Games movies, Katniss Everdeen shoots 35 arrows and is accurate 85% of the time. Aside from surviving two deadly competitions, Katniss can claim she took down two enemy bombers with one arrow in Mockingjay: Part 1. This fact makes you forget that she only fired one arrow in the entire film.Best archer in a movie that shouldn t feature archery?Technically, Nicolas Cage’s character in The Weather Man is not an iconic archer. He is a weatherman who takes up archery as a hobby because it calms his nerves. However, the sight of Nicolas Cage strolling down a city street with a bow and arrow is awesome. The visual is so great we’re going to forgive him for using a crossbow in his latest gonzo masterpiece Mandy.When archery in movies gets a little too realDo you know why actor Toshiro Mifune looked so scared during the famous arrow scene in the 98% Tomatometer rated Throne of Blood? Director Akira Kurosawa had professional archers shoot REAL arrows at the actor! That’s why Mifune’s reactions seem so primal and real. Sure, he had padding in case an arrow missed, but we don’t think anything like this will ever happen again.Biggest waste of arrowsThe “100,000 arrows” scene in Hong Kong action master John Woo s Red Cliff features 100,000 arrows doing zero tactical damage during a major battle. Normally, missing 100,000 arrows would be bad enough, but imagine if the opposing army retrieved the majority of those arrows and fired them back at you. Red Cliff should be applauded for the very inventive way it chose to recycle arrows.Runner Up: 300 Xerxes orders arrows to literally block out the sun. It looks cool, but does nothing.Most creative archery moment in cinematic history(Photo by 20th Century Fox Film Corp.)We don’t condone using chickens in lieu of arrows. However, since Hot Shots: Part Deux is a spoof of Rambo, and we’re pretty sure the chicken lives, we had to give this scene some love. After dozens of movies in which archers used only arrows, it was a breath of fresh air to watch as Topper Harly (Charlie Sheen) misses six straight shots (longest missing streak in our data set, by the way) but manages to improvise beautifully when he realizes he’s spent all his arrows. Topper grabs an unsuspecting chicken, straightens it out, and fires it with his bow to vanquish one of his foes. He may be a terrible marksman (14% accuracy rate), but he comes through when it counts. Rambo would be proud. And confused.Movie posters love archersArchery looks awesome, which is why movie posters almost always showcase archers whenever possible. It doesn t matter if the main character only shoots one (Hanna), five (Tomb Raider 2018) or 18 (The Great Wall) arrows, the character will be on the poster with a bow in hand. Take a look at the posters below and you’ll see why marketing departments love showcasing archery: 游戏整体也没有优化好，画面粗糙且掉帧、操作不流畅、唯一好用点的大概就是自动寻路，是MMO手游内的功能。目前摩尔庄园给我感觉它整体的玩法比较像《模拟人生》或《动物森友会》模拟经营或社交类游戏，但摩尔庄园手游给我的感觉是缺少了一种内核，一种玩家与环境之间的联系。从左上角的“主线”“支线”“日常”可以看出，摩尔庄园也有着一套自己的任务系统，和天刀类的MMO手游不能说各不相同，只能说一模一样，指引性强且冗长的任务系统极大减少了游戏的自由度。公主等NPC和MMORPG中的也并无太大区别。游戏的社交系统中也有着频道诸如喊话，好友之类的功能，放在现在也没什么亮点。
Does February have you feeling lonely with its upcoming card-company holiday? Trust us when we say that Better Call Saul’s Saul Goodman, Kidding’s Mr. Pickles, Homeland’s Carrie Mathison, or Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s Jake Piralta go down as easy as a box of chocolates. Or if you’re more into beards and other kinds of treats, High Maintenance’s delivery guy might be more your speed. Regardless, this month has 10 returning series worth your time and your bingeing. Manhunt 96% (Spectrum Originals)What it is: When it first premiered on Discovery in 2017, creators Andrew Sodroski, Jim Clemente, and Tony Gittelson’s Manhunt promised a factual, fuss-free deep-dive on the FBI’s investigation and ongoing search for the terrorist Ted Kaczynski (a.k.a. the Unabomber). What we got was absolutely engrossing cat-and-mouse action with little-known, truth-is-stranger-than-fiction twists along the way.Why you should watch it: Having switched from Discovery to Spectrum Originals’ streaming platform, the new installment of Manhunt again follows the FBI, this time as they search for the bomber behind the 1996 Atlanta Olympics attack and deal with the notorious controversy surrounding security guard Richard Jewell that followed. (Clint Eastwood s 2019 feature film Richard Jewell dealt with the same topic.) Season 2 premieres on February 3 on Spectrum.Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNOW, Google Play, Microsoft, Netflix, VuduCommitment: Approx. 6 hours (for the first season)Brooklyn Nine-Nine 95% (NBC)What it is: This hit comedy series from creators Dan Goor and Michael Schur is a workplace sitcom featuring some very distinct personalities — the aloof and gregarious Detective Jake Peralta (Saturday Night Live alum Andy Samberg), his fictional precinct’s dry commanding officer, Captain Ray Holt (Andre Braugher), and the rest of the motley crew of the Nine-Nine.Why you should watch it: We’ve seen fan-initiated primetime resuscitations before, but rarely do they happen as swiftly as Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s after its unceremonious cancellation at Fox. The online outcry had barely begun before Universal Television began shopping the sitcom around, and it was scooped up by NBC just a day later — with good reason. Now that we’re a season into that “reboot,” it’s clear the series should’ve never left in the first place. Season 7 premieres on February 6 on NBC.Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNOW, Google Play, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 47 hours (for the first six seasons)The Sinner 90% (USA Network)What it is: This anthological crime thriller from creator and showrunner Derek Simonds (and executive producer Jessica Biel, who starred on season 1 and earned her first Emmy nomination for the performance) takes the traditional whodunit thriller and turns it on its head into a whydunit. We know the titular culprit from the get, but there are unknown layers as to why they committed the central crime. The series has been a huge hit for USA Network and follows different crimes each season. Detective Harry Ambrose (Bill Pullman) is the thread that holds them all together. Why you should watch it: The Sinner is a spin on a classic trope, and it’s executed with top-notch acting, production, and nail-biting scripts. What’s not to love? Season 3 follows Matt Bomer and Chris Messina as college buddies with a dark, secretive past. A fatal tragedy upon their reunion brings Ambrose on the case. Catch up before its February 6 premiere.Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNOW, Google Play, Microsoft, Netflix, VuduCommitment: Approx. 12 hours (for the first two seasons)High Maintenance 98% (HBO)What it is: From co-creators Katja Blichfeld and Ben Sinclair, High Maintenance began as a hit web series starring Sinclair as a traveling weed deliveryman living in New York City. HBO picked it up to series in 2016 and largely retained the comedy’s original format while simply making its episodes longer.Why you should watch it: While there are plenty of primetime programs that paint a great snippet of present-day NYC, few get the full picture the way High Maintenance does. That’s because each episode features various characters who — whether they’re hosting a swingers party, rebelling against their ultra-religious parents, or sitting home alone collecting cans of La Croix — are from such disparate walks of life that they end up inadvertently highlighting the similarities between so many dwellers of the concrete jungle. (And we promise those similarities go beyond enjoying the green.) Season 4 premieres on February 7 on HBO.Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNOW, Google Play, HBO Now, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 12.5 hours (for the first three seasons)Homeland 85% (Showtime)What it is: Homeland has gone a lot of places — some better than others — over the course of its twisty seven seasons, but it all started with the Emmy-winning combination of Sgt. Nicholas Brody (Damian Lewis) and CIA agent Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes). The former has just returned from Iraq after being missing in action; the latter suspects that his allegiances have been turned to the enemy. Let the cat-and-mouse games begin.Why you should watch it: Homeland — led by a career-best Danes as an agent with bipolar disorder — is a masterclass in taut, edge-of-your-seat spy drama. Even when the series goes off the deep end, Danes has you simultaneously rooting for her and holding your breath. Season 8 premieres on February 9 on Showtime.Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 60 hours (for the first seven seasons)Kidding 88% (Showtime)What it is: Kidding follows a Mr. Rogers–esque children’s show host named Mr. Pickles through a divorce and into a downward, existential spiral. But at its heart, it’s just about a kindhearted guy trying to find himself while piecing his life back together.Why you should watch it: Something about filmmaker Michel Gondry and star Jim Carrey’s creative relationship sparks magic; Kidding doesn’t just mark a grand reunion of the two artists after 15 years, but it features Carrey’s best dramatically-tinged performance since their shared Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. Add in the auteur’s trademark visual flare, and Kidding will win just about anyone over. Season 2 premieres February 9 on Showtime.Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, MicrosoftCommitment: Approx. 5 hours (for the first season)Narcos 89% and Narcos: Mexico 85% (Netflix)What it is: Critically-acclaimed Spanish- and English-language Netflix original started with Narcos, taking a closer look at formidable and feared Columbian drug lord Pablo Escobar (played by Wagner Moura) and his criminal contemporaries. In 2018, Netflix launched companion series Narcos: Mexico – originally intended as season 4 of the original show – which dove into the roots of the modern drug war and the true-story rise of the cocaine trade led by the Guadalajara cartel in the 1980s. Why you should watch it: The Narcos franchise is riveting and entertaining television, boasting fine performances and equally engaging scripts — not to mention a little-seen precision in documenting the history of the drug trade that still plagues the world today. In the Mexico seasons, Michael Peña stars as DEA agent Kiki Camarena alongside Diego Luna as cartel leader Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo. Narcos: Mexico season 2 premieres February 13 on Netflix.Where to watch: NetflixCommitment: Approx. 35 hours (25.8 for three seasons of Narcos and 8.5 hours for season 1 of Narcos: Mexico)Outlander 89% (Starz)What it is: Based on the hit fantasy novel series from author Diana Gabaldon, Outlander is the story of World War II nurse Claire (Caitriona Balfe), who is inexplicably transported back in time to 18th-century Scotland and quickly swept up in the drama and romance of Highland warrior Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan) — despite being a married woman in her own time to Frank (Tobias Menzies).Why you should watch it: There’s little to dislike about this lavish Starz series. Expertly-crafted performances and, ahem, titillating character arcs have consumed audiences in the kind of “who will she choose” debate unseen since Twi-hards of yore. This series, from Battlestar Galactica reboot mastermind Ronald D. Moore, has the scripts, direction, and overall production value worth fawning over, too. Season 5 premieres on February 16 on Starz.Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNOW, Google Play, Microsoft, Netflix, VuduCommitment: Approx. 55 hours (for the first four seasons)Better Call Saul 98% (AMC)What it is: Ever wonder how, exactly, Breaking Bad’s Saul Goodman got to be so darn slimy? AMC’s acclaimed spin-off, Better Call Saul, is here to help. The companion series satisfyingly builds on the original Vince Gilligan drama, while also coherently etching an identity of its own for viewers of all proclivities.Why you should watch it: The series takes a character we think we know — the Saul Goodman whom Breaking Bad’s Walter White eventually meets in that Albuquerque, New Mexico, strip mall — and breaks him down to his nuts and bolts, starting at Jimmy McGill. Played wonderfully by Bob Odenkirk in what could become his career-defining (certainly career-changing) role, Saul/Jimmy and his uneasy partnership with Jonathan Banks’ Mike Ehrmantraut make for must-watch hours for any lover of prestige TV, Breaking Bad die-hard or not. Season 5 premieres on February 23 on AMC.Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNOW, Google Play, Microsoft, Netflix, VuduCommitment: Approx. 32 hours (for the first four seasons)Altered Carbon 75% (Netflix)What it is: Altered Carbon is a sci-fi epic for our time: it s often brutal and sometimes confusing. Set in a distant dystopian future in which an individual’s consciousness can be downloaded and stored digitally to be later uploaded into a new body, otherwise known as a “sleeve, life and death have little meaning in this world. But this advancement in technology allows only an elite and wealthy few to actually live their lives for hundreds of years, while those less fortunate only degrade, descending further and further into destitution.Why you should watch it: This Netflix adaptation of Richard K. Morgan’s acclaimed 2002 novel from creator Laeta Kalogridis received mixed reviews upon its 2018 premiere, but was a hit with genre fans new and old alike. While Joel Kinnaman was absolutely killer as the latest incarnation of the mysterious time-jumping hero Takeshi Kovacs, these new episodes give Takeshi Kovacs a new sleeve: Anthony Mackie. Season 2 premieres on February 27 on Netflix.Where to watch: NetflixCommitment: Approx. 8.5 hours (for the first season)Babylon Berlin (Netflix)What it is: A sexy look at a turbulent time, Babylon Berlin is a crime drama that unfolds during the Weimar Republic, a time of great transition and facing the rise of National Socialism. Party girl Greta (Liv Lisa Fries) pairs up with police detective Gereon Rath (Volker Bruch) when he uncovers and investigates an underground porn ring.Why you should watch it: Netflix brought the first two seasons of the lavish German series to U.S. audiences in 2017. Together, the seasons are Certified Fresh at 100% for painting a head-spinning tableau of corruption, drug dealing, and weapons trafficking that tests the young inspector s sense of loyalty and dedication to the truth. Season 3 launches on February 28 on Netflix.Where to watch: NetflixCommitment: Approx. 12 hoursLike this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.Thumbnail image: JoJo Whilden / ©Showtime Network, © Fox, Nicole Wilder/AMC/Sony Pictures麦林炮手出装单职战天传奇是一款会有这绝对厮杀玩法的热血传奇手游，开启精彩的完美对决让你成为最强战士，尽情展开自由冒险对决，展开全新的冒险对决，超高自由度的玩法，可以一起来轻松升级，重燃斗志和兄弟们一起挑战。
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If you have a suggestion for a movie or show you think we should do an episode on, let us know in the comments, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.Meet the hostsJacqueline Coley is an editor at Rotten Tomatoes, with a focus on awards and indie coverage but with a passion for everything, from the MCU to musicals and period pieces. Coley is a regular moderator at conventions and other events, can be seen on Access Hollywood and other shows, and will not stand Constantine slander of any kind. Follow Jacqueline on Twitter: @THATjacqueline.Mark Ellis is a comedian and contributing editor for Rotten Tomatoes. He currently hosts the Rotten Tomatoes series Versus, among others, and can be seen co-hosting the sports entertainment phenomenon Movie Trivia Schmoedown. His favorite Star Wars movie is Jedi (guess which one!), his favorite person is actually a dog (his beloved stepdaughter Mollie), and – thanks to this podcast – he s about to watch Burlesque for the first time in his life. Follow Mark on Twitter: @markellislive.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
egative Man, which, on any other show might be too weird to really work, but here it just adds to the overall bizarre vibe and weird nature of the program. – YeomanFinal Verdicts?(Photo by Bob Mahoney / ©2018 Warner Bros. Entertainment inc. All Rights Reserved)In a most welcome and unexpected surprise, DC Universe s Doom Patrol scores touchdowns right from the get-go. This is the superhero series to watch in 2019. – JosephI still cannot shake that the special effects are not even on par with Legends of Tomorrow but there is enough here that I am interested in following this show to see where it goes. – Alex Maidy, JoBlo s Movie EmporiumThe third original series from the fledgling streaming service is wonderfully bizarre and self-aware, exactly what you d hope for comic book characters once billed as the World s Strangest Heroes. – Kevin Melrose, CBRThis adaptation from executive producers Geoff Johns and Greg Berlanti is just as wonderful and weird as the comic. – Mark A. Perigard, Boston HeraldDoom Patrol launches Friday, February 15 on DC Universe.
This week s Ketchup brings you more headlines from the world of film development news, covering such titles as Aquaman 2, Indiana Jones 5, and The Toxic Avenger.This WEEK S TOP STORYHISTORIC CINERAMA DOME THEATER IN LOS ANGELES SHUTTING DOWN(Photo by Genaro Molina/Getty Images)As COVID-19 vaccines continue to roll out, many states are currently lifting restrictions on movie theaters, as the film exhibition industry attempts to recover from what was basically a missing year. That return to normalcy faced a drastic road block in the western states this week as the Arclight Cinemas and Pacific Theatres chains announced that they will not be re-opening. This shut down includes the Cinerama Dome on Sunset Boulevard, which has been a Hollywood landmark since its opening in 1963, including an appearance in Quentin Tarantino s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, in which the movie being shown was Krakatoa, East of Java. Filmmakers (including Roland Emmerich, Barry Jenkins, and Rian Johnson), movie stars, and fans alike have been voicing their support this week, including some posting sentiments like Netflix, You Know What to Do. This decision to close all ArcLight and Pacific locations comes just a month before movies like A Quiet Place Part II and Disney s Cruella are expected to finally get the summer season of 2021 going at the box office. There is also a Change.org petition currently running that has over 11,000 signatures. If there is a positive side, it s that people seem to be motivated to make sure that at least landmarks like the Cinerama Dome will be saved by someone anyone and to make sure that this shutdown isn t repeated at other beloved theater chains.Other Top Headlines1. HUGH JACKMAN AND LAURA DERN JOIN THE SON, THEMATIC SEQUEL TO THE FATHER (Photo by Kristin Callahan, Elizabeth Goodenough/Everett Collection)One of the quiet underdogs in this year s Academy Awards race is The Father (Certified Fresh at 98%), which perhaps surprisingly earned six Oscar nominations, including Best Picture, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Actor for Anthony Hopkins, and Best Supporting Actress for Olivia Colman. French novelist, screenwriter, and director Florian Zeller adapted The Father from his own play, Le Père, and Zeller is now preparing to start filming the thematic follow-up to that film, which is intended to eventually be the second film of a trilogy. Hugh Jackman and Laura Dern are now signed to star in The Son, which is then expected to be followed by a third film, The Mother. Jackman will star in The Son as a busy man whose life is is thrown into disarray when his ex-wife, Kate (Dern), turns up with their troubled and angry teenage son. The key role of the son has apparently not been cast yet.2. MADS MIKKELSEN JOINS HARRISON FORD IN INDIANA JONES 5 (Photo by Jonathan Olley/©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Despite being in some form of development for much of the 10+ years since Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crysal Skull ( Certified Fresh at 78%), we still do not know the premise or setting of the untitled fifth Indiana Jones film, due out July 29, 2022. Last week, Fleabag creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge became the first actor to join Harrison Ford in an unknown role (perhaps as his daughter, or Marian s daughter?), and director James Mangold (Logan, The Wolverine, Ford v Ferrari) has now added another cast member. Danish actor Mads Mikkelsen, who genre fans might best know as either the Doctor Strange villain Kaecilius or for playing Jyn Erso s dad in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, has likewise joined Indiana Jones 5 in an unknown role. With two new actors announced, this might be a good time to point out that there have been no announcements yet of any other returning cast besides Harrison Ford. For example, at one point, Shia LaBeouf s character from Crystal Skull was expected to possibly be Harrison Ford s replacement in the franchise, but recent developments may have changed those plans.3. CATE BLANCHETT TO STAR IN ACCLAIMED DIRECTOR S FIRST FILM IN 15 YEARS (Photo by Lisa Tomasetti/©Sony Pictures Classics)If you re not someone who actively attempts to follow every director s career, you might be forgiven if it takes a moment to remember what you know actor-turned-director Todd Field from. Field has only directed two films, but both were critically acclaimed, with 2001 s In the Bedroom (Certified Fresh at 93%) receiving five Academy Award nominations (including Best Picture), and 2006 s Little Children ( Certified Fresh at 80%) earning three. Field is now preparing to direct his first film in 15 years, TAR, and he has recruited Academy Award winner Cate Blanchett to star in the film, which in a way echoes Field s casting of Sissy Spacek in In the Bedroom and Kate Winslet in Little Children. The premise of TAR is being kept secret, except that it s set in Berlin, and that filming will start there in September. Blanchett will be moving on to TAR after starring in the video game adaptation Borderlands (and as of yet, she isn t expected to be reprising her role in Indiana Jones 5).4. GAME OF THRONES BADDIE PILOU ASBAEK JOINS AQUAMAN 2 (Photo by Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection)Danish actor Pilou Asbaek is probably not what you d call a household name for most, but if you live with Game of Thrones fans, they probably would recognize him for his villainous role as Euron Greyjoy in the later seasons. Perhaps coincidentally, Euron Greyjoy in Game of Thrones was a leader of house of seafaring pirates and raiders, so it s interesting that his new role this week is in Aquaman 2, which stars another Game of Thrones alumnus, Jason Momoa. Warner Bros. did not comment on Asbaek s casting, including any indication about what character he might be playing, but Aquaman s comic book history has plenty of seafaring characters Asbaek could portray. Warner Bros. has scheduled Aquaman 2 for December 16, 2022, making it the fifth DC Comics movie of that year, following The Batman (3/4/2022), the animated DC Super Pets (5/20/2022), Black Adam (7/29/2022), and The Flash (11/4/2022).5. LUCY LIU TO PLAY HELEN MIRREN S SISTER IN SHAZAM! FURY OF THE GODS (Photo by Michael Germana/Everett Collection)The title of the sequel to the 2019 DC Comics movie Shazam! (Certified Fresh at 90%) is Shazam! Fury of the Gods, and it appears that the plurality of the Gods in question means we may possibly see several big names in the film. The first star to be announced was Helen Mirren, who will be playing the villain Hespera, the daughter of Atlas (one of the Gods who forms the S-H-A-Z-A-M of his name). We can now also report that Mirren will be joined by Lucy Liu, who will play Hespera s sister Kalypso (who should not be confused with the Marvel Comics villain Calypso). Neither Hespera nor Kalypso have comic book counterparts, but their relation to Atlas, who gives Shazam! his super stamina, seems like the obvious connection here.6. BRAD PITT AND SANDRA BULLOCK SWAP CAMEOS IN EACH OTHER S MOVIES (Photo by Elizabeth Goodenough/Everett Collection)Sometimes when we look back at announcements about big movie stars being in a new film, it turns out that it was just a cameo (for example, Matt Damon co-starring in Thor: Ragnarok). One cameo might not be enough to cover in The Weekly Ketchup, but this week, we have the fun story of two stars who basically gave each other cameo appearances. Brad Pitt recently filmed an action thriller called Bullet Train, and Sandra Bullock is about to star in the romantic comedy adventure Lost City of D with Channing Tatum. As it turns out, both stars will show up in each other s films in cameo roles. Sandra Bullock will make a brief appearance in Bullet Train, and Brad Pitt will do the same in Lost City of D.7. THIS WEEK IN MOVIES CALLED (OR PREVIOUSLY CALLED) MEMORY (Photo by Maria Marin/©Sony Classics)We re going to cover two separate movies in this piece, because both movies share the title Memory (sort of). Let s start with the movie actually titled Memory, which will be an action thriller starring Liam Neeson, Guy Pearce, and Monica Bellucci. The premise sounds a bit like a John Wick movie, as Neeson will play an assassin who finds himself a target after refusing to carry out a dangerous mission for the mob. In related news, Ryan Gosling s upcoming film noir thriller The Actor (which is adapted from the Donald E. Westlake novel Memory) landed distribution this week through Neon, with acclaimed screenwriter Charlie Kaufman on board as executive producer.8. BARB AND STAR TO WRITE CINDERELLA STEPSISTERS FEATURE FOR DISNEY (Photo by Ferdaus Shamim/Getty Images)In addition to fairly straight adaptations like Beauty and the Beast and Aladdin, Walt Disney Pictuires has also included spin-offs about classic villains like Maleficent and Cruella in their continuing live-action remakes of classic Disney animated films. Walt Disney Pictures already gave this sort of treatment to Cinderella (Certified Fresh at 83%) in 2013, but the studio now appears ready to return to the setting. Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo are now signed with Disney to write a live-action feature film about Cinderella s evil stepsisters (possibly not involving Cinderella at all, or perhaps as just a minor character). Wiig and Mumolo, who co-starred in both Bridesmaids (Certified Fresh at 90%) and Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar (Certified Fresh at 79%), both of which they also co-wrote, are not expected to appear in this film. It s also not yet known if any of the cast of the 2013 Cinderella will reprise their roles, including Sophie McShera as Drizella and Holliday Grainger as Anastasia, as it seems likely that this film will have an entirely new cast.9. JACOB TREMBLAY JOINS PETER DINKLAGE IN TOXIC AVENGER REBOOT (Photo by Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection)We ve known for a while that Peter Dinklage is going to star in the big-budget remake of the ultra-low-budget Troma film The Toxic Avenger, but this week s news gave us a new hint about exactly how different this version of The Toxic Avenger might be. The second cast member confirmed to star in The Toxic Avenger is Jacob Tremblay (Room), who is now 14, with the suggestion in this news item that he might be playing Toxie s son, who the Toxic Avenger must race to rescue as he learns how to use his newfound chemically endowed size and strength. The reason this is a pretty major departure is that in the original film, Melvin, the janitor who becomes The Toxic Avenger, did not have a son and was basically a much-maligned social outcast. Jacob Tremblay will also soon be heard (but probably not seen) as the voice of Flounder in Disney s live-action remake of The Little Mermaid, starring Halle Bailey.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
穿越火线枪战王者官网下载，穿越火线枪战王者是腾讯穿越火线的手机版，做为有很多玩家的射击游戏，这款穿越火线枪战王者可以说是十分受欢迎，因为玩家们可以在手机上体验到不亚于端游的爽快、真实的枪战乐趣，以及用技术说话的公平竞技，想要试玩就来穿越火线枪战王者官网下载。《穿越火线枪战王者》是一款由韩国Smilegate研发商及腾讯游戏三年的倾力打造的CF正版FPS手游，完美传承了PC端的品质和玩法，同时还针对手机端的操作特点，进行了针对枪战玩家习惯的定制化适配与优化，让玩家能够在手机上真正享受枪战游戏带来的乐趣和快感，将三亿鼠标的枪战梦想延续到了手机上。 (Photo by James Dimmock/CBS)Reporters gathered for the Television Critics Association s semiannual conference in Los Angeles on Wednesday, where CBS, CBS All Access, and Pop networks presented panels for their new and returning shows. Read on to find out news about Star Trek: Discovery, the new season of The Good Fight, and new series including drama The Red Line and reality competition The World s Best.TOP STORYStar Trek: Discovery Prepares for Spock’s ArrivalWhen is Spock (Ethan Peck) actually arriving on the Discovery? Star Trek: Discovery showrunners Alex Kurtzman and Heather Kadin aren’t giving any dates, but they did tease what will happen when he does finally show up.“When you see him, it’s going to be different than what you would have expected coming into the show,” Kadin said. Spock’s presence has been a “looming specter” over Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green) throughout the first season of the CBS All Access series, and plays a large part in her identity. When her brother of sorts does arrive, “hopefully you’ll be invested in all the mysteries,” Kurtzman said.In addition to Spock’s introduction, the second season will explore “faith and science and how they relate to each other,” Martin-Green said, and will introduce other species both new and familiar to Trek fans.“You will be seeing more cultures this season,” Kurtzman said, though he declined to confirm or deny whether that will include Romulans. “Those different alien species are often metaphors, as all things are in Star Trek, for people or situations that we’re dealing with in the real world. We are very selective [about what we use].”In choosing which existing Star Trek species to add, there were many conversations of what those species will look like in the Discovery world, which takes place 10 years before the original series.“It’s always fun to reinvent the look of something, but you can’t reinvent it too much,” Kurtzman said, citing some fans’ outcry over the Klingons’ look in season 1. But because “prosthetics have come a very long way” since previous Trek iterations, changes do need to be made so it fits into the look of Discovery. “I think we look to see what are the staple things that you recognize visually about these aliens,” Kurtzman said, and the prosthetics team goes from there.And while the second season really just started, Kurtzman and Kadin and their writers are already talking about the (not-yet-ordered) third season. “You have to start thinking about season 3 in the middle of season 2 because you have to [write scenes that pay off],” Kurtzman said. Before then, though, the season 2 finale will not disappoint, Kurtzman promised: “We’re cutting the finale right now – I cannot wait for you guys to see it.”And there will be more Trek between seasons, too, with two new animated editions of web series Short Treks.Stephen King’s The Stand Headed to TV (Again)(Photo by ABC/courtesy Everett Collection)The latest Stephen King novel headed television has actually been there before: CBS All Access is producing a 10-episode limited event series based on The Stand. The 1978 novel takes place in a post-apocalyptic world after a deadly flu has decimated a large portion of humanity. Its previous small-screen adaptation took the form of an eight-hour 1994 miniseries (Certified Fresh at 78% on the Tomatometer) that starred Gary Sinise, Molly Ringwald, and Rob Lowe. The new version will be written by The Fault in Our Stars director Josh Boone and Ben Cavell (Justified), and directed by Boone. The people involved are men and women who know exactly what they’re doing; the scripts are dynamite,” King said in a statement. “The result bids to be something memorable and thrilling. I believe it will take viewers away to a world they hope will never happen. The Good Fight Season 3 Pays Tribute to PrinceThe second season of The Good Fight was praised for its timely observations about Donald Trump’s presidency, and even named each episode after the day of Trump’s presidency in which it takes place. The third season will continue to tackle politics and current events, but the series made a few fun tweaks. Season 3’s episodes will be named like Friends episodes (“The One Inspired By…”), and the episodes will each contain characters delivering soliloquies “in a Shakespearean fashion talking about what’s in [their] heads,” showrunner Robert King said, along with Schoolhouse Rock-esque cartoons that will explain “something like Russian troll farms or NDAs or Roy Cohn” to the audience. Another fun change: Instead of a musical episode, the series will take advantage of its musically talented stars (including Tony winners Christine Baranski and Audra McDonald) with musical moments. Baranski and McDonald will organically duet on Prince’s “Raspberry Beret,” and new star Michael Sheen will sing the Jackson 5’s “I’ll Be There.”Will The World’s Best Live Up to Its Title?CBS’ newest reality show entry is promising a lot with its name, The World’s Best. But executive producer Mike Darnell, who used to head up the reality department at Fox, says he’s proud of the title. While most reality shows in the U.S. are based on international formats, this one is homegrown. “It’s new and because it’s made here, it was an enormous amount of work. When I did Idol for Fox or X Factor, or, you know, a myriad of other shows that have been done, they weren’t easy, but you had a template to look at. This is brand new, and it feels it, and it’s a huge swing, and I think you can see it feels appropriate after the Super Bowl.” The talent competition is America’s Got Talent-eque, but features competitors and judges from around the world. The main judging panel is comprised of Drew Barrymore, RuPaul, and Faith Hill. The series premieres after the Super Bowl on CBS.Noah Wyle Returns to Chicago in The Red LineAfter years on E.R., Noah Wyle is returning to Chicago in his new CBS drama, The Red Line. Wyle plays a teacher whose black doctor husband is mistakenly shot by a white cop during a convenience store robbery. The series deals with race relations and loss, and the actor had an “intense” emotional reaction when he read the script. In fact, he began to tear up while discussing it with journalists.“I have never read a piece of material and had it move me like that, and that consistently happened with every single script. I can’t even talk about this show without getting upset,” Wyle said.While E.R. filmed mainly in Los Angeles, The Red Line shot in Chicago with a crew from the city.“It was about leaving a lot of my creature comforts that I’ve enjoyed in the last couple of years in terms of having some authority and some power, wearing different hats and really just doing it differently on almost every single level. And through that, I got to really fall in love with acting again and appreciate good writing, and I was very grateful every day,” the actor said.The Red Line, an eight-episode event series, premieres Sunday, April 28 (8-10 p.m., ET/PT) on CBS, with broadcasts in two-hour installments across four Sundays.