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Shazam! has wowed critics with its heart and laughs, and surprised comic-book fans with its faithfulness to the character — who once went by a name now owned by Marvel — his history, and the more recent revisions made in the 21st Century. But as it is a modern era superhero film, there are a number of easter eggs and hooks that might leave those less versed in Billy Batson history a little confused. So here’s a handy guide to a few of the head-scratchers from Shazam! – including that caterpillar in the post-credits stinger!Warning: Major spoilers ahead.Who Is Mr. Mind?(Photo by DC Comics, Shazam! 3)When young Sivana (Ethan Pugiotto) first arrives at the Rock of Eternity, the Wizard’s (Djimon Hounsou) dwelling, he sees a jar containing a caterpillar. Nothing more is said of it throughout the film until we see the jar has been destroyed sometime later. In the mid-credit stinger, the caterpillar appears in Sivana’s (Mark Strong) prison cell wearing a speaker and suggesting they can do great things together.In the comics, the creature is known as Mr. Mind and as the teaser heavily implies, he will be Billy’s (Asher Angel) opponent in Shazam! 2. First appearing in 1943’s Captain Marvel Adventures #26, the character was created by principal Captain Marvel creator C.C. Beck and writer Otto Binder. When the Golden Age Captain Marvel first tussled with Mr. Mind, he was a caterpillar-like worm with mental faculties beyond those of mortal men. He was also telepathic and could spin nearly indestructible silk webbing. And as seen in the film, he used a “talk box” slung around his neck to amplify his voice into the human range of perception.He was also the leader of the Monster Society of Evil, a group of, well, evil monsters dedicated to destruction and villainy in a very earnest Golden Age kind of way. A perfect set of opponents for Billy and his growing Shazam Family — more on them in a bit.Over the years, his origins evolved. He eventually claimed to be an alien worm, which later writers made canon by revealing Venus as his planet of origin. He also became closely tied to Sivana, who gave the telepathic creature its name.With formidable abilities and an inferiority complex well in excess of his physical form, he should prove a worthy opponent for Shazam (Zachary Levi). Doubly so if he and Sivana organize the Monster Society.Where’s Black Adam?(Photo by Robert Viglasky / © MGM)For over a decade, the Shazam! project was overshadowed by a potential spin-off, the Black Adam film starring Dwayne Johnson. The concept first came to light when the actor asked his fans if he should play Shazam. They responded with the overwhelming suggestion he was better suited to play the character’s best enemy, Black Adam. He has been attached to a film starring the character ever since.Created by Beck and Bill Parker in 1945’s The Marvel Family #1 — his one Golden Age appearance — much of Black Adam s history was outlined decades later by writer and artist Jerry Ordway. Teth-Adam was the son of Egyptian Pharaoh Ramses II (who in real life famously sired over 100 children). The Wizard Shazam was the Pharaoh’s high priest at the time and, looking for a successor even then, thought Teth-Adam would be the perfect candidate. But Adam was double crossed by the Wizard’s daughter Blaze. Instead of inheriting the Wizard’s powers, he derived his abilities from the Egyptian gods Shu, Heru, Amon, Zehuti, Aton, and Mehen.Nonetheless, he proved an able hero for the nation. But his duties kept him away from his family, who were all eventually killed when a power-mad priest swept through his home state of Kahndaq.Believing Blaze’s corruption to be absolute, the Wizard eventually trapped Adam’s soul in a scarab and entombed his corpse in a sarcophagus where he referred to his former apprentice as “Khem-Adam,” or “Black Adam. When Adam eventually escaped, he extended his animosity toward the Wizard to the entirety of the Marvel – or Shazam – Family.While the details might be different — and contain a number of DC Comics characters like Blaze — the key elements of Black Adam’s Golden Age origin remain the same. The Wizard believed him to be a worthy successor and bestowed upon him the powers of Shazam. Adam was corrupted by the power, forcing the Wizard to banish him. If this sounds familiar, it is because it is the story the Wizard tells the young Sivana in the opening moments of the film. Black Adam even makes a cameo appearance as the Wizard conjures up images of his first pupil. The entire Black Adam misadventure sets up the whole reason why the Wizard spends millennia looking for someone with the “purity” of Billy Batson.So while not a key player in the first film, the character is ultimately important to the story director David Sandberg appears to be telling. But considering the Mr. Mind stinger, it seems as though Black Adam and Billy will not meet until the third film. In the interval, that Black Adam movie will presumably be made. According to Johnson’s recent Instagram post congratulating Shazam! on its success, he said production will begin “in about a year.”What Is The Shazam Family?(Photo by @ Warner Bros. Pictures)OK, we’ve mentioned “the Shazam Family” once or twice, and that term is important and it is the name of the group of heroes Billy creates toward the end of the film. And as the movie went out of its way to discuss, names are important. So much so, you might be wondering why they do not receive proper names of their own.In the Golden Age, Billy was ultimately joined by three other heroes deriving their powers from the Wizard: Captain Marvel Jr, Mary Marvel, and Uncle Marvel. A few others also joined the crusade with variations of the Marvel theme as The Marvel Family. Each was a person Billy knew in his civilian life, with Mary presented as Billy’s sister. But as we’ve discussed at length before, the “Captain Marvel” trademark was abandoned when Fawcett Comics agreed to stop publishing comics based on the character or his family in 1953 after a protracted legal case initiated by DC Comics. Marvel Comics eventually scooped up the trademark, so when DC bought the characters from Fawcett, they began to use the word “Shazam” in place of Marvel. Which means the Marvel Family is now “the Shazam Family.”And as seen in the film, the group is composed of Mary Bromfield (Grace Fulton), Freddy Freeman (Jack Dylan Grazer), Darla Dudley (Faithe Herman), Pedro Peña (Jovan Armand), and Eugene Choi (Ian Chen) — all of Billy’s new foster siblings in a story point which ties together one of the movie’s great themes about finding home. It also originates from a revision to the Shazam Family orchestrated by writer Geoff Johns, who created Darla, Pedro, and Eugene with artist Gary Frank. Their appearances and characterizations in the film are taken almost directly from the Johns/Frank stories – right down to their lack of proper superhero names.Which may leave you wondering about Freddy and Mary. As both originate from the Golden Age, they had proper names, Mary was the Mary Marvel mentioned before while Freddy had the curious title of Captain Marvel Jr. It may look strange to modern eyes, but it made perfect sense at the time. Sadly, as both names prominently feature Marvel, it remains to be seen if Freddy and Mary will ever get new, proper hero monikers. Much like Billy in the first film, that issue of identity could form part of their story in the sequel.Why Didn’t We See Superman’s Face?(Photo by @ Warner Bros. Pictures)Shazam! functions as a perfectly solid film without big ties to the Justice League, but the film concludes with a reminder that some sort of unified DC world still exists. To help Freddy with the kids teasing him at school, Shazam (Zachary Levi) comes round with a friend: the Man of Steel.But the scene is awkwardly shot. Superman’s head is cutoff throughout and the John Williams theme appears in lieu of the character saying any sort of iconic phrase or cutesy remark.At one time, Henry Cavill was supposed to film a cameo scene for the film — though everyone evolved denied the scene’s existence until its debut at the special preview screenings in March — but scheduling reportedly kept the actor out of the blue suit. It is unclear if facial hair was part of the problem this time.It only adds fuel to the speculation about Cavill’s Superman future. Some say it is already over while Cavill’s only comment on the matter was a video in which he brandished a Superman action figure featuring his likeness. It remains to be seen what will become of the cinematic Superman, but it forms a real life cliffhanger almost as intriguing as Mr. Mind’s prison cell appearance.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.Shazam! is in theaters everywhere now. 《黑色沙漠》手游拥有战士、魔女、驯兽师、武士、女武神、剑士等多种职业,玩法集同类游戏之大成。用玩家的话说,他们准备了“各具特色的玩法”,可以充分满足玩家的不同需求。
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Gates and engage in more historical nonsense. Let’s hope Disney forks over another 0 million so he can finish the trilogy, whether that happens in theaters or on Disney+.4. SEAN BEAN LIVES! (Photo by (c) Touchstone courtesy Everett Collection)We’ve been programmed to accept that Sean Bean always dies in a spectacular fashion (e.g., Goldeneye ouch), and when his Ian Howe doesn’t fall prey to a Templar trap or an ancient catapult in National Treasure, it’s beautifully unexpected. While it would have been appropriate for Gates to let loose a one-liner  something like “I’ll treasure this moment” or “Prepare to meet your forefathers” as he sent Howe to an elaborate death, it doesn’t happen. In the end, Howe is simply arrested, which leaves him on the chessboard for future installments.After watching Bean die in (spoilers ahead!) Game of Thrones, Black Death, Equilibrium, Don’t Say a Word, The Island, Patriot Games, and The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, just to name a few, it’s nice to know one of his fictional characters is still alive. Early scenes between Ben and Ian show us that the two genuinely like each other, and Ian isn’t happy about his sudden heel turn. As the film progresses, Ian turns out to be a suitable antagonist who is always one step behind, but never far. Plus, the more you watch the the movie, the more you begin to like Howe s henchmen, namely Phil, Shaw, Powell, and Shippen, if only because they seem friendly with Ben, and they aren’t completely terrible at being henchmen.5. IT HELPED FILL THE INDIANA JONES VOID(Photo by (c) Touchstone courtesy Everett Collection)Smack dab in between The Mummy Returns and The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor, and four years before Indiana Jones helped coin the term “nuking the fridge” in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, National Treasure filled a much needed void. The constant travel, puzzle solving, justified thievery, and ancient treasures satiated our thirst for globetrotting adventure; from grounded ships in the Arctic to the reflecting pool in Washington D.C., the frantic pace and constant clues made the most of a proven crowd-pleasing formula.Throw in the fact that Benjamin Franklin Gates, Patrick Gates, and John Adams Gates (Christopher Plummer) are named after American forefathers, and you have a movie that embraces history and isn’t subtle about it. Plus, the 0 million budget, the use of actual landmark locations, and the wonderful production design by Norris Spencer ensured the film would age surprisingly well over time. These types of films don’t really exist anymore, and that’s one of the reasons why we still love it now. Also, we think Indy himself would approve of the way Gates and his crew made sure the treasure was shared with the world, because “it belongs in a museum!”National Treasure was released on November 19, 2004.欧宝体育最新登录On July 28th, 1999, in the midst of quite possibly the best movie year ever, a wildly entertaining summer popcorn movie about genetically modified sharks eating scientists was released into theaters. In a perfect world, Deep Blue Sea would have outperformed The Matrix, The Sixth Sense, and Big Daddy at the box office, and received more critical accolades than Election, The Insider, and Toy Story 2. American Beauty would’ve never won best picture, and Samuel L. Jackson would have an Oscar for his work as Russell Franklin, a monologuing “suit” who gets eaten during one of his monologues. Also, it would’ve cleaned up at the Blockbuster Entertainment and MTV Movie Awards. Okay, so maybe we exaggerate a little. But only a little.In reality, the million-budgeted, R-rated original creature feature starring a “bionic studmuffin” pulled in a respectable 5 million worldwide, won zero Oscars, and earned a Rotten 59% Tomatometer score. Which is a shame, because Deep Blue Sea is a damn fine blockbuster in its own right that features genuine surprises, inventive set-pieces, and sharks that are a combination of the velociraptors from Jurassic Park and Bradley Cooper from Limitless. Director Renny Harlin and screenwriters Donna and Wayne Powers and Duncan Kennedy brought the goods, and the end result is a crowd-pleasing delight whose fingerprints can be found on any number of similar movies that followed.To provide you with five reasons why Deep Blue Sea was a perfect summer blockbuster, we put on our shark fin hats, consumed all the smart-shark serum we could find, and dove into a glassy underwater world filled with gliding beasts to convince you of its greatness.1. RENNY HARLIN KNEW HOW TO CRAFT A CROWD-PLEASERIf you were lucky enough to watch Deep Blue Sea in a packed theater during its opening weekend, you probably remember audiences losing their minds when Russell Franklin (Samuel L. Jackson) is eaten halfway through his purposefully pompous motivational speech. Nobody would have guessed that Jackson would be wiped off the board so quickly, and it s one of the greatest surprise deaths in film history that had people jumping out of their seats to applaud the fun surprise (we were some of those people, and we apologize if you were the person we picked up and ran around the theater with).Renny Harlin set out to make a summer popcorn movie that made you throw your popcorn in the air during its big scares, and cheer when a character named Sherman “Preacher” Dudley (LL Cool J), stabbed a 45-foot shark in the eye with his crucifix necklace. The 100-minute runtime comes and goes quickly and you are left with Cool J’s awesome song, Deepest Bluest, which was written for the movie and made Will Smith’s own 1999 movie anthem Wild Wild West  look tame in comparison. Deep Blue Sea was made to entertain, and entertain it did; it’s no wonder that Stephen King, Roger Ebert, and 1999 cinema lover Brian Raftery thought it was much more than a “so bad it s good” movie.2. IT DREW INSPIRATION FROM SPIELBERG CLASSICS, BUT IT IS ITS OWN BEAST(Photo by Warner Bros. courtesy Everett Collection)If you don’t have time to rewatch the Jaws and Jurassic Park franchises again, no worries just watch Deep Blue Sea. It has a higher Tomatometer score than all of the sequels except Jurassic World, which seems fitting because Jurassic World shares many of the elements of Deep Blue Sea, such as secret genetic modification, feeding sharks to larger aquatic animals, and introducing Owen Grady (Chris Pratt), a rough-around-the-edges velociraptor handler who notices the pack tendencies of the velociraptors and has a “will they, won’t they” relationship with his boss.The easiest thing to do is compare Deep Blue Sea to Steven Speilberg’s Jaws. That s not entirely unfair, because it features giant sharks and cheeky license plate cameos. Also, Harlin planned the deaths of his three sharks exploded, electrocuted, exploded according to the deaths of the sharks across the Jaws franchise. But the film still has more in common with Speilberg’s other summer blockbuster, Jurassic Park. The two movies feature scientists playing god, massive storms, escaped carnivores, limb separation, skeleton crews,  kitchen fights, and a surprising Samuel L. Jackson death. The biggest difference is that Harlin had no time for PG-13 shenanigans — he wanted blood, and he wasn’t about to wait an hour to introduce his gliding monsters.3. THE SHARKS GET A LOT OF SCREENTIME(Photo by Warner Bros. courtesy Everett Collection)Renny Harlin always went big, and with Deep Blue Sea he insisted the animatronic version of the main mako shark be 26-feet, so that it would be one-foot longer than Bruce, the 25-foot Great White in Jaws (bold move, Renny). He also didn’t want to show his creatures sparingly; he wanted them front and center.The million budget allowed Harlin and effects supervisor Walt Conti (Free Willy, Anaconda) to build and unleash their lifelike animatronic mako sharks into massive water tanks, located in Fox’s Baja Studios in Rosarito, Mexico, that had been built for James Cameron’s Titanic. The controlled environment allowed Harlin and cinematographer Stephen F. Windon to to film a lot of shark footage, because they didn’t have to worry about the same environmental (storms, waves, currents, winds) and salt water (corrosion) issues that had plagued movies like Jaws and Waterworld when they shot in the Pacific or Atlantic oceans.The highlight is the 26-foot, generation II behemoth, which weighed 8,000 pounds and swam up to 30 miles per hour, because it had a 1,000 horsepower engine inside of it. The animatronic sharks were guided by remote control and swam independently throughout the corridors and hallways of the Aquatica set that Production Designer William Sandell (who eventually worked on water-logged epics like The Perfect Storm, Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World, and Poseidon) built specifically to allow lots of movement. This means the sharks are on camera a lot, and they still look great in 2019.Jaws, The Shallows, The Reef and Open Water may have higher Tomatometer scores than Deep Blue Sea, but their sharks don’t get nearly as much screen time. Deep Blue Sea doesn’t go cheap on the sharks, and that’s why it is considered, by some very smart people, to be the greatest shark movie ever made. The insane amount of shark carnage was ideal for summer audiences hoping for, you guessed it, shark carnage.Quick note: The CGI sharks, on the other hand, are not good. We hate admitting it, but it’s true. Thus, we’ll only mention said subpar CGI this once.4. THE KILLS ARE INVENTIVE AND FUN(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)Aside from the super gratuitous scene involving Dr. Susan McAlester (Saffron Burrows) stripping out of her wet suit to electrocute a shark (which Harlin blamed on studio notes in the DVD commentary), Deep Blue Sea is loaded with inventive set pieces, surprise deaths, and characters who might not understand how ladders work. While we love the irony of Russell Franklin being eaten while monologuing about surviving an avalanche, we think the drawn out torture of Jim “I’m God” Whitlock (Stellan Skarsgård) is the MVP moment of Deep Blue Sea.The reason we love Whitlock’s demise so much is because of how intricate it is. First, his arm is bitten off by the generation II mako in the Aquatica’s wetlab. Then, while being winched up to the rescue helicopter, the winch malfunctions and drops him into the water where the generation II mako is waiting for him. The gigantic shark takes him on an underwater ride, then uses his gurney as a battering ram to break the huge glass window that separates the wetlab from the ocean (a nice Jaws 3-D homage). To recap: his arm is bitten off, he s dropped back into the water, and he s used as a battering ram to smash a window. It’s awesome, and based on in-depth research, it’s estimated the whole ordeal covered about 1.12 miles, which is quite the trip for the brilliant scientist.5. THE SHARKS ESCAPE PLAN IS EPIC(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)It’s clear that Harlin and the screenwriters put a lot of thought into the layout of Aquatica and how exactly it would be flooded. Throughout the movie we see maps, layouts and receive the requisite expository dialogue to make sure we know the geography of the three sub-levels, elevator shafts, and living quarters. The systematic sinking of the facility is ingenious, because it starts with the sharks taking out the underwater video cameras, then leads to the flooding of the first and second sub-levels, which pushes the herded humans to the wet entry in the third sub-level. Once they are there, and Russell Franklin is eaten, they are forced to depressurize the room, which causes tons of ocean water to start flooding in. From there, they open a few more strategic doors, and Aquatica is literally and figuratively sunk. The plan makes the inmate mako sharks seem like criminal masterminds who are always one step ahead of their prey (The Dark Knight’s Joker would be proud).This may sound a little like tinfoil speculation, but two of the weakest scenes in the movie actually make sense when you realize these sharks are Keyser Söze-level brilliant. First, the opening scene involving bikini clad appetizers initially feels like it belongs in another movie. However, the shark that escaped Aquatica clearly intended to find out if GPS trackers had been implanted inside of him and his fellow sharks (they had), and to test the response time of Carter Blake (Thomas Jane). Once they learn they are being tracked, they realize they have to take out Aquatica and kill the humans inside to be free.The arguably weakest scene of the movie is the aforementioned one in which Dr. McAlester strips down to electrocute a shark it’s admittedly gratuitous and unnecessary. However, earlier in the movie, McAlester sensed that she was being watched through the porthole window in her room (she was), and during this time, the sharks likely learned she kept her research in her locker. When she later returns to her flooded office, a generation I mako is waiting for her to take that research out of the locker. As she grabs the master hard drives, the shark attacks, and during the melee, the research is destroyed and the shark is zapped. The shark had her dead-to-rights when she walked in, so it only makes sense that it was waiting to destroy the research to prevent further shark torture. In other words, Deep Blue Sea was planned out to a tee, and it s difficult not to love Harlin for going all out to make this big-budgeted popcorn creature feature as fun as possible.Tell us what you love about Deep Blue Sea in the comments!

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This month, Netflix and Dreamworks are releasing the third season of Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous, an animated spin-off of the popular Jurassic Park franchise that focuses on a group of kids trying to survive in Isla Nublar. And in April, the fourth season of Fast Furious Spy Racers premiered on Netflix — another show that took a huge live-action franchise and made it more accessible for younger audiences.This is not unlike a trend in the ’80s and ’90s that saw all kinds of live-action franchises turned into kid-friendly cartoons, no matter how not-for-kids the movies were. Everything from RoboCop to Godzilla were turned into a toy-churning machine that entertained, and baffled, kids on Saturday mornings. To celebrate the release of the new season of Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous, grab your favorite cereal because we re looking at the weirdest animated spin-offs of blockbuster franchises originally aimed at adults.Godzilla: The Series (1998-2000)Why the Original Isn t for Kids: Though no Godzilla movie has been rated R, the films still feature a story about a giant monster rampaging through the city and sensationalize the horrors of nuclear power. The much-maligned 1998 film unleashed a giant monster (which basically treated Godzilla like a dinosaur) on the Big Apple and caused all kinds of chaos. This year’s Godzilla vs. Kong scored better on the Tomatometer but is still rated PG-13.What the Cartoon Changed: For many ’90s kids, this was their definitive Godzilla story. It helped that the cartoon actually had its titular monster go up against other amazing monsters, from mutated animals to mythological beings like Quetzalcoatl and the Loch Ness monster. Though not really a violent show, there was a lot of cool monster action, creature designs, and even homages to horror films like The Thing.Rambo: The Force of Freedom (1986)Why the Original Isn t for Kids: An R-rated franchise about a Vietnam war veteran suffering from PTSD who kills, maims, and otherwise obliterates dozens of people wherever he goes, Rambo is a franchise that doesn t really scream Saturday morning cartoon. And yet, a 65-episode show graced our screens in the ’80s.What the Cartoon Changed: Well, to the surprise of no one, Rambo: The Force of Freedom ( The Animated Series ) severely toned down the violence from the original movies. Rather than being dropped into a war zone or sieging a small town while struggling with his PTSD, this Rambo leads a team of heroes from around the world to fight an evil organization called S.A.V.A.G.E. This is basically G.I. Joe but with more muscular men. Rambo never mentions the Vietnam war, nor does he ever kill anyone, but he certainly does take the time to teach kids about morality, doing the right thing, and even the environment. He even dressed up as Santa Claus at one point!Police Academy: The Animated Series (1988-1989)Why the Original Isn t for Kids: Though later films would tone down enough to get even a PG rating, the franchise started life as an R-rated comedy with everything from foul language, to nudity. The franchise is known for its low-brow humor, sexual innuendo, and physical comedy. Still, that didn t stop it from becoming a cartoon made by Warner Bros. that lasted two seasons and 65 episodes.What the Cartoon Changed: Taking place between the fourth and fifth films in the franchise, the cartoon focuses on the cast getting into trouble, some slapstick comedy ensues, and the mismatched group of cops learning to be a team and solve crimes ends up saving the day. Some episodes start featuring a recurring villain in the form of a crime boss nicknamed Kingpin, whose stature and intelligence really resembles that of the Marvel villain of the same name.Beetlejuice (1989-1991)Why the Original Isn t for Kids: Out of the films in this list, Beetlejuice is the only one rated PG, but that doesn t mean it was kid-friendly. After all, there is a lot of talk about suicide, and the eponymous Beetlejuice is a depraved and devious poltergeist who tries to force a teenage girl to marry him.What the Cartoon Changed: The ABC animated show brings back Tim Burton to executive produce, and only loosely adapts the movie into a long-form series. The scares and gore are gone, as is the sexual innuendo. Instead, the show turns Beetlejuice into a lovable goofball who goes on journeys with his friend Lydia across the Neitherworld. Beetlejuice usually tries to scam the residents of this afterlife realm, and the duo goes on adventures with monsters, ghouls, and other creatures. The show was praised for its mix of traditional 2D animation along with CGI, and it won an Emmy for best animated show.RoboCop (1988)Why the Original Isn t for Kids: Alongside Rambo, this is arguably the weirdest film to have been adapted into a kids cartoon, but like most Paul Verhoeven films, RoboCop got severely misinterpreted and turned into a franchise that glorified what the first film criticized (as we ll see later). A film that barely avoided an X rating because the titular character constantly blows heads and genitals off feels very much unsuited for a Saturday morning cartoon, but that didn t stop Marvel from producing one anyway.What the Cartoon Changed: Rather than a scathing indictment of capitalism and militarization of the police, RoboCop is also turned into a superhero who fights everything from polluters to a KKK-like gang. At one point, RoboCop even plays a part in Middle East peace processes. Of course, the character doesn t kill anyone, with his deadly weapons turned into non-lethal lasers that later are added to the main live-action franchise.Conan the Adventurer (1992-1993)Why the Original Isn t for Kids: In case it hasn t been clear so far, most of these cartoons were adapted from popular live-action movies that had a lot of merchandising potential, they just needed a way to market directly to kids, even if they could not watch the original film. Even if a kid was not allowed to watch Conan the Barbarian crush his enemies, see them driven before him, and hear the lamentation of the women, they might still want a muscular Arnold Schwarzenegger action figure that brandishes Conan s cool sword.What the Cartoon Changed: Rather than a child slave, Conan is — you guessed it — kind of a superhero now. Like in the film, he s on a quest for vengeance against a villain, but this time he embarks on the journey with more naïveté and sensibility than the film suggested. He does not rip a vulture s throat out with his teeth, he s more like He-Man, honorable and with a strong sense of morality. Despite this, the cartoon stayed strangely accurate to the original works of author Robert E. Howard.Toxic Crusaders (1991)Why the Original Isn t for Kids: The Toxic Avenger is an early attempt at a superhero comedy. The story of a man who is dumped into a vat of toxic waste and becomes a hideously disfigured monster with superpowers, the film is hyper violent, full of sexual references, and incredibly gory.What the Cartoon Changed: Toxic Crusaders takes a cue from other environmentally conscious cartoons of the time like Captain Planet and Swamp Thing and focuses squarely on the toxic waste part of the Toxic Avenger. Now part of a superhero team, the Crusaders combat pollution and a lot of aliens.Little Shop (1991)Why the Original Isn t for Kids: Whether you enjoy the original Roger Corman film or the Frank Oz–directed musical from the 80s, Little Shop of Horrors has something for everyone — except children. The film versions are full of sexual innuendo as well as a ton of darkly comedic murders, which the musical takes a step further by having the man-eating plants conquer the entire world and eat everyone.What the Cartoon Changed: The early ’90s saw a lot of films turned into short-lived animated shows, especially those with environmentalist messages. Little Shop takes Audrey II and turns the man-eating plant into the prankster and hip rapper, Junior, who gets into all sorts of whimsical trouble with its friend, the de-aged Seymour. The plant can still hypnotize, but rather than hypnotize people, Junior can control other plants to aid in mischief. There are still a lot of musical numbers, but they are paired with moral lessons.Roughnecks: Starship Troopers Chronicles (1999-2000)Why the Original Isn t for Kids: Though not as hyper-violent as RoboCop, this is another franchise Paul Verhoeven touched that got its political aspect diluted with the years. The original Starship Troopers film was a poignant sci-fi satire about fascism and military-led nationalism. There is a ton of graphic violence involving soldie

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The two stars of The Upside – an American remake of the hugely successful French dramedy, The Intouchables – have had very different careers. Bryan Cranston gained notoriety as a lovable TV dad, and then a kinda lovable TV anti-hero, before becoming one of the most respected dramatic movie actors of his generation; Kevin Hart got his start on the comedy club circuit before getting his first TV break and eventually becoming one of Hollywood s most bankable comedy stars. Here the two play Name the Review, each reading out snippets from reviews of the other s work and asking each other to guess which series or film s being praised (or eviscerated). Watch above – if only to hear Cranston get his best Snoop Dogg on.The Upside opens in theaters January 11.
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M. Night Shyamalan seems to have delivered the first disappointment of 2019 with Glass, the much-anticipated sequel to both 2000’s Unbreakable and 2017’s Split. The first two installments, which stand mostly alone from one another, were received rather positively (69% and 76% Tomatometer scores, respectively, with the latter Certified Fresh). Unfortunately, Glass, which stars Samuel L. Jackson, Bruce Willis, James McAvoy, and Sarah Paulson, looks to be another one of Shyamalan’s duds (initial score: 40%) based on the buzz from initial reviews.Here’s what the critics are saying about Glass:Does it meet expectations?Glass is a major disappointment. Germain Lussier, io9Shyamalan always swings for the fences… This time, though, it’s a swing and a miss. Alissa Wilkinson, VoxGlass shatters under the weight of Shyamalan’s ambition. It’s a messy, muddled, often downright stupid movie. It broke my heart. Chris Evangelista, SlashfilmThe movie, watchable as it is, is still a disappointment… more dutiful than necessary. Owen Gleiberman, VarietyOne of the biggest personal disappointments I’ve ever experienced in a theater. Mike Ryan, UproxxIs it not satisfying to see the gang all together?Instead of having his two earlier movies dovetail to create something deeper and richer, it quickly begins to feel like subtraction by addition. Chris Nashawaty, Entertainment WeeklyIn Unbreakable, David and Elijah went together like a lock and key. Here, everyone feels like spare parts. David Ehrlich, IndieWireIts first hurdle is telling a story that connects everything in a satisfying, logical way. To that end, the film succeeds…the film’s first act is absolutely excellent. Germain Lussier, io9(Photo by Universal Pictures)Will die-hard comic book fans appreciate it?Glass certainly feels like it’s made by someone who both hates superhero movies and also has never seen one. Mike Ryan, UproxxPrice’s adulations of comic tropes… [feel] as if they were scripted by someone who’s only read a few comic books and is pretty sure they know what they’re about. Alissa Wilkinson, VoxAlthough he’s made three movies about them, Shyamalan doesn’t actually seem to know much about comic books, and he’s certainly got nothing to say about their journey to cultural dominance.  Sam Adams, SlateI’m sure M. Night Shyamalan has read some comic books in his day. I do sometimes wonder how many, though.  Matt Singer, ScreenCrushIs it full of Shyamalan s trademark twists?This one will not start, or go, or end like you think. Vinnie Mancuso, Collider[There are] a bunch of big reveals to unmask Scooby Doo style and a greater universe to ta-da! unfurl like one of his many, not-always-successful magic tricks.  Rodrigo Perez, The PlaylistAnd the ending?I can also confidently predict that the ending is going to piss more than a few people off. Vinnie Mancuso, Collider[Glass] throws its own three-film buildup under the bus for the sake of a twist and an open-ended non-resolution that can be seen coming down the pike from miles away. Karen Han, PolygonGlass is a good ending to the Unbreakable trilogy, but it may not give you the conclusion you were hoping for. You ll probably either love or hate the ending. Kirsten Acuna, InsiderThat ending— which can’t really be explained, for lack of time, space, and to avoid spoilers— is really something, but suffice it to say, it’s a bit baffling. Rodrigo Perez, The Playlist(Photo by Universal Pictures)What about the positives?It’s not a bad film. Don Kaye, Den of GeekGlass is still a spectacle, but in a singularly un-Marvel manner… Think The Flash getting caught in a traffic jam or The Hulk filing a W-2. Vinnie Mancuso, ColliderGlass feels like a giant middle finger to the very people who would be excited to see Glass. That, on its own, is inherently fascinating. Mike Ryan, UproxxEach time Glass seems like a lost cause, Shyamalan pulls something truly affecting out of his hat. Karen Han, PolygonThere is enough experimentation — such as the stirring POV shots during the fight scenes — that shows a director still pushing his craft to bring his viewers something new. He’s not done surprising us. Monica Castillo, The WrapGlass looks great… Shyamalan and cinematographer Mike Gioulakis compose each frame — sharp and crisp — with a careful offness. Richard Lawson, Vanity FairHow is Bruce Willis return as David Dunn?Willis is phoning in his performance. Chris Evangelista, SlashfilmJackson and Willis fit back into their older characters like well-worn gloves, both of them knowing what to do and how to move, although Willis gets less to do than the others. Don Kaye, Den of Geek(Photo by Universal Pictures)And Samuel L. Jackson as Mr. Glass?Jackson is clearly having a blast playing such a devious character. But it’s almost too little, too late. Chris Evangelista, Slashfilm[Jackson is] devilishly fun as Mr. Glass but is ultimately only given a few moments to truly shine. In a movie called Glass, you wish there was more of him. Germain Lussier, io9Although the movie is named after his character, Jackson really doesn’t shine until its final third. He’s delightful in a maniacally sinister way. Monica Castillo, The WrapFor a good third of the film, Jackson outacts anyone sharing his scenes without even saying a word. Kirsten Acuna, InsiderIs James McAvoy still amazing as The Horde ?He’s more fun to watch now that he doesn’t have to be the whole show. Owen Gleiberman, VarietyMcAvoy is once again top notch. He lights up the screen with his eerie physicality every time he appears, and cascades crazily through the Horde’s personalities like a human radio with a dial that can’t stop spinning. Don Kaye, Den of GeekMcAvoy’s acting abilities… are pretty extraordinary, considering we meet even more of Kevin’s many personalities this time around. Germain Lussier, io9(Photo by Universal Pictures)How are the action scenes?Every clash between David Dunn and The Beast is bone-crunchingly satisfying. Vinnie Mancuso, ColliderThe action sequences in Glass are the best of the filmmaker’s career. Chris Evangelista, Slashfilm[There is] a fight scene that’s filmed with all the excitement of a knitting circle. David Ehrlich, IndieWireAt least we can always enjoy the first two movies, right?[Glass] manages to diminish both Unbreakable and Split in retrospect. Alissa Wilkinson, VoxShyamalan now takes a huge, unfortunate step backwards, tarnishing the legacy of Unbreakable, his best movie, in the process. Chris Evangelista, SlashfilmGlass opens everywhere on January 18.
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This week s Ketchup brings you another 10 headlines from the world of film development news (the stories about what movies Hollywood is working on for you next), covering new projects for Michael Fassbender, Joaquin Phoenix, and Margot Robbie.This WEEK S TOP STORYM. NIGHT SHYALAMAN WORKING ON MYSTERIOUS MOVIES FOR 2021 AND 2023 (Photo by Jessica Kourkounis / © Universal)On top of everything else in M. Night Shyalaman s Split (Certified Fresh at 77%), the most memorable scene in the movie may have come at the end when it was revealed that it was secretly set in the same world as Shyamalan s Unbreakable (Fresh at 70%), which, of course, subsequently led to this year s Glass (Rotten at 37%). Regardless of how Glass itself was received, the box office success of these movies is a reminder that, like Quentin Tarantino, Shyamalan remains one of the few directors whose name carries marquee value. So, it s little surprise that this week, Universal Pictures moved quickly to schedule two mystery projects from M. Night Shyamalan for release on February 26, 2021 and February 17, 2023. The year 2023 is relatively unclaimed so far, but that date in early 2021 is the week before the reboots of Mortal Kombat and Masters of the Universe, both of which are staked out on March 5, 2021. Although no details are given for Shyamalan s new projects, they are described as being original movies. One possibility has been suggested by Collider, which is that these movies could be a longer story split in two. M. Night Shyamalan has now directed three movies within a superhero framework. What genre might he take on next?Other Top Headlines1. FIRST DETAILS ABOUT JOAQUIN PHOENIX S NEXT FILM AFTER JOKER (Photo by Warner Bros.)Joker (currently Fresh at 75%) doesn t come out for another two weeks, but its future seems pretty bright at this point, following the film s top prize win at the Venice Film Festival and with opening weekend box office predictions in the million range. Joaquin Phoenix will probably emerge from all of this with an even more prospects for major studio prestige films, but this week he signed on to work with an acclaimed independent director first. Joaquin Phoenix s next film after Joker will be an untitled independent drama with a secret premise from writer-director Mike Mills. This will be Mills fourth film following Thumbsucker, Beginners (which gave Christopher Plummer his Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor), and 2017 s 20th Century Women (for which Mills received a Best Original Screenplay Academy Award nomination).2. MICHAEL FASSBENDER JOINS TAIKA WAITITI S NEXT GOAL WINS(Photo by Abbot Genser/TM and ©Copyright Fox Searchlight Pictures)With dozens of Marvel Cinematic Universe movies and various Marvel movies from both Fox and Sony, it s nearly inevitable nowadays that actors and directors with Marvel credentials will end up working together on other projects. Taika Waititi, for example, is fitting two non-Marvel movies in between Thor: Ragnarok and Thor: Love and Thunder (11/5/2021). The first of those two is Jojo Rabbit (currently Fresh at 75%), in which Taika Waititi plays a ridiculous daydream version of Adolf Hitler, and the second will be a soccer underdog true story drama called Next Goal Wins. This week, Michael Fassbender, whose run as Marvel s Magneto finished this year with Dark Phoenix, signed on to star in Next Goal Wins as soccer coach Thomas Rongen, who in 2011 became coach of the American Samoan team in their effort to qualify for the World Cup. Waititi reportedly is now casting actors of Fa afafine heritage to play the American Samoan soccer players. Next Goal Wins is also based upon the 2014 documentary of the same title, which won several awards, including Best Documentary Feature at the British Independent Film Awards in 2014.3. THIS WEEK IN MARGOT ROBBIE: FOOLS DAY AND COMPETITION FOR BARBIE(Photo by Andrew Cooper / © Columbia Pictures)In addition to appearing in Quentin Tarantino s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (Certified Fresh at 85%) and starring in upcoming films Bombshell (12/20/2019) and Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn (2/7/2020), Margot Robbie is staying super busy in her role as producer. It was just last week that we learned Robbie is producing a Tank Girl reboot, but this week, we found out she will also executive produce (and co-star in a supporting role) a feature-length adaptation of a comedy short film called Fools Day (which you can watch on YouTube right here), about a class of 4th graders who accidentally kill their teacher (Margot Robbie) while playing an April Fools Day prank. Cody Blue Snider, who wrote and directed the original short film, will also co-write and direct Fools Day as her feature film debut. Robbie is also attached to star in the long-in-development Barbie movie (5/8/2020), and this week, that project got some indirect competition in the form of Dream Doll, a biopic about Barbie creator Ruth Handler, which will be co-produced by Rita Wilson.4. BOB ODENKIRK JOINS NEW THRILLER FROM JOHN WICK WRITER (Photo by Michele K. Short/AMC/Sony Pictures Television)While many of his contemporaries became big stars much earlier, the career of Bob Odenkirk has been more of a slow burn since the 1980s, although his status has definitely grown with the success of Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul (all four seasons are Certified Fresh at 97% or higher), in which he stars. Above-title billing might be just around the corner for Bob Odenkirk with the news this week that the previously mysterious Untitled Universal Event Film scheduled for August 14, 2020 will be a revenge thriller called Nobody, starring Bob Odenkirk. Screenwriter Derek Kolstad, who wrote John Wick and John Wick: Chapter Two (and co-wrote the third film), is the mastermind behind Nobody, which is described as as a summer thriller in which Odenkirk will play a a suburban dad, overlooked husband, and all-around nobody [with] a long-surpressed rage that explodes after two thieves break into his house, propelling him on a brutal path that will uncover dark secrets he fought to leave behind. (So, basically, Nobody sounds like an adult Home Alone through the lens of John Wick, Falling Down, and Straw Dogs?)5. DIRECTOR LEE DANIELS NEXT HISTORICAL DRAMA: THE UNITED STATES VS BILLIE HOLIDAY (Photo by Jason Smith/Everett Collection)This year marks 47 years since the 1972 biopic Lady Sings the Blues (starring Diana Ross as jazz singer Billie Holiday) was released and eventually received five Academy Award nominations. It s been six years now since director Lee Daniels produced and directed Lee Daniels The Butler (Fresh at 72%), but he s now getting ready for his next film, which will be called The United States vs Billie Holiday. Instead of a full biopic, the drama will focus on a drug sting orchestrated by the Federal Department of Narcotics led by an agent with whom Billie Holiday had a tumultous affair. Singer-songwriter Andra Day has been attached to star in The United States vs Billie Holliday for a while now, and this week, we learned that she will be joined by Trevante Rhodes (Moonlight), Garrett Hedlund (Mudbound), Natasha Lyonne (Russian Doll), and Da Vine Joy Randolph (of Netflix s upcoming Dolemite is My Name). The United States vs Billie Holiday is reportedly inspired by the 2015 bestselling book Chasing the Scream: The First and Last Days of the War on Drugs by Johann Hari.6. FUNKO POP! VINYL FIGURES GET AN ANIMATED FILM(Photo by Bloomberg/Getty Images)In 2014, Warner Animation had a surprise success with The LEGO Movie (Certified Fresh at 96%), which earned over 9 million worldwide, even if the subsequent sequels didn t do quite as well. Part of the formula behind the success of The LEGO Movie was that, like the toys it was based upon, the film was able to borrow characters from franchises like DC Comics, Lord of the Rings, and Star Wars. Another popular franchise that is built largely upon the popularity of other pop culture items is Funko s Pop! vinyl figures, and like LEGO before them, the Funko Pop! figures are also now getting their own movie from Warner Animation. As with LEGO, Warner Bros. and Funko have a long history of licensing brands like Batman and Harry Potter, and the Funko Pop! movie is expected to draw heavily from those in-house properties. It will be a while before we get a release date for the Funko Pop! movie, but in the meantime, future Warner Animation movies will include Scoob (5/5/2020), Tom Jerry (4/16/2021), and Space Jam 2 (7/16/2021).7. WWE PARTNERING ON MONSTER WRESTLING ANIMATED MOVIE RUMBLE FOR 2020 (Photo by Glen Wilson /© Netflix)Much like the Bob Odenkirk movie above, until this week, Paramount Animation also had an untitled film scheduled for next summer on July 31, 2020. We can now report that the movie will be called Rumble, and that it will be a joint project with WWE Studios (Fighting with My Family). Rumble will be set in a world where monster wrestling is a global sport and monsters are superstar athletes, with a voice cast that includes Will Arnett (Batman from The LEGO Batman Movie), Terry Crews (TV s Brooklyn Nine-Nine), Tony Danza, and WWE wrestling stars like Becky Lynch and Roman Reigns. Other Paramount Animation movies scheduled for 2020 include Sonic the Hedgehog (2/14/2020), The SpongeBob Movie: It s a Wonderful Sponge (5/22/2020), and Clifford the Big Red Dog (11/13/2020). In related news, this week Paramount Animation also unveiled their new Star Skipper opening animation that will appear before these 2020 movies.8. THIS WEEK IN REMAKES: THE CRAFT, HOUSE PARTY, AND SET IT OFF Even if you set aside comic book movies and various big budget franchises like Disney, Fast Furious, James Bond, and Star Wars, the hunt for original movies each year is still made difficult by the abundance of remakes, and there s no end in sight. To illustrate the point, this week s headlines included remakes of The Craft, House Party, and Set It Off. First up, the cast for The Craft was announced, with Gideon Adlon, Lovie Simone, and Zoey Luna joining the previously announced Cailee Spaeny (Bad Times at the El Royale). Then, the House Party remake announced it will now be directed by Calmatic, the director of the video behind the hit country/rap song Old Town Road by Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus. That movie has been in the mix for a while now, as it s one of the projects that LeBron James is producing, along with Space Jam 2 (7/16/2021). Finally, the 1996 heist movie Set It Off is also getting remade, which Issa Rae (Insecure) is now developing at New Line Cinema, with Issa Rae likely to take one of the starring roles.9. THE SOCIAL MEDIA WHIRLWIND AROUND THE PRINCESS BRIDE REMAKE (Photo by TM and Copyright © 20th Century Fox Film Corp. All rights reserved)Every once in a while, we get a cautionary tale about the power of social media, frequently at the expense of old school figures who lack the foresight to realize how badly their words can be blown out of proportion. Let s start with this Variety profile of longtime TV producer Norman Lear, who also went on to produce movies like The Princess Bride and Fried Green Tomatoes. In that piece, there are some quotes from Sony Pictures Entertainment CEO Tony Vinciquerra, including this one: We have so many people coming to us saying, We want to remake this show or that show very famous people whose names I won t use, but they want to redo The Princess Bride.' And that right there was enough to explode online, as people took to their phones and computers to voice their disapproval of the mere thought of remaking the beloved 1987 fantasy comedy. Those expressing said disapproval included Jamie Lee Curtis and the original film s star Cary Elwes, who simply said, There s a shortage of perfect movies in this world. It would be a pity to damage this one. The bottom line: there are people in Hollywood who think The Princess Bride should be remade, and those people should be ashamed of themselves.Like this? 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