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亚搏体育手机客户端采用百度引擎0(Baidu 6)(Photo by Syfy)That cornerstone may have something to do with Blue’s last scene in season 1, but Meloni was careful to say “we haven t touched on it yet.”Meanwhile, Nick faces, essentially, a new life for which he is not prepared.“[He’s] trying to his best to mimic how normal human beings behave and how to operate in a normal life,” Meloni explained. “All that while being sober … he s having a difficult time.”Nonetheless, Nick is trying to turn his life around for the sake of his daughter Hailey (Bryce Lorenzo), who lost touch with Happy at the end of the first season. As Meloni put it, Nick feels he has to “be a straight arrow and be perfect, to not be the debauched [guy] that everyone says.” It will not be an easy task, as viewers will discover in the season 2 premiere.And even as Nick tells Happy he will stay away from violence, violence always finds Nick. Meloni, however, insists it is not his fault.“Have you ever hung out with someone that bad things happen to? You ll go, ‘That person is a klutz,’ right? Or that person that gets into a lot of car accidents or always is hurting themselves? That s what Nick Sax is. He is a magnet that attracts bad s ,” the actor explained.(Photo by Zach Dilgard/Syfy)Nick’s magnetic pull goes into overdrive with the start of the Easter season. While not exactly the commercialized holiday Christmas is — and less of a target for jokes about presents, decorations, and the like — the early episodes of the season revolve around a plan to make Easter celebrations more like a Christmas II.And as Meloni noted, Easter is “one of the more bizarre things that we have attempted to commercialize. It s the Resurrection of our Lord and Savior for some people, and we celebrate it with Easter bunnies and chocolate eggs — which is an odd collision of competing ideas. Easter also means a new focus on certain Catholic ideas, as viewers will see early in the premiere episode. And although Meloni said the intention was never to “take a swipe at some organization,” Happy! cannot help but send up the power bases in the world. The greed and hypocrisy of media conglomerates and massive organizations gives the show a darker undercurrent even as it s meant to make you laugh. With that in mind, Meloni added the inherent humor of both Easter and the wider send-up of commercialized holidays “played well into our characters, like Sunny Shine.”The character, a sort of demented Blue’s Clues host on party drugs, emerged in the first season as the real source of pain in the characters’ lives — not that they realized it before he could escape prosecution. The character’s growing status as the big bad of Happy! was the result of Fitzgerald’s work in the first year. That organic process also led to expanded roles for Lorenzo, Coster, Medina Senghore (who plays Hailey s mother, Amanda), Patrick Fischler (as the genital-less killer Smoothie), and Lili Mirojnick as Nick’s former partner, Meredith McCarthy.“Just about every actor on the show got expanded by virtue of the work they get first season,” Meloni explained. “Season 2 is really going to delve into everyone’s backstory and obsessions, desire, home life, and history.”It is also going to feature crazy dance numbers, Anne-Margaret as a former star of questionable 1970s cinema, and Sunny’s wildest scheme to date. (Spoiler: It involves exploding nuns.) Does all of that require courage? Meloni still isn’t sure, but he’s happy to be part of it.Happy airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m. on Syfy.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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This week s Ketchup brings you more headlines from the world of film development news, covering such titles as Dracula, Freedom Ride, UNO, and Wicked.This WEEK S TOP STORYNOMADLAND DIRECTOR CHLOE ZHAO TO REIMAGINE DRACULA AS FUTURISTIC, SCI-FI WESTERN(Photo by David Crotty/Getty Images)The Frances McDormand drama Nomadland (Certified Fresh at 95%) has otherwise been a leading contender for possible Academy Awards nominations. Director Chloé Zhao s next film will be Marvel Studios Eternals, which has been delayed a year by COVID-19 from November, 2020 to November 5, 2021, despite actually being filmed by Zhao concurrently with Nomadland in late 2018 and early 2019. Marvel has yet to release even a single still from Eternals, so we still don t know what that MCU movie might look like (other than that Kumail Nanjiani is ripped), but this week s news suggests that Universal Pictures has their sights on her. Chloé Zhao is attached to write, direct, and produce Universal Pictures latest reboot of their classic vampire franchise Dracula, which will reportedly be adapted as a futuristic, science fiction Western (we hope Zhao remembers to include vampires). In an interesting twist, Universal Pictures is also continuing to work with Blumhouse and director Karyn Kusama on another Dracula project (in which Sebastian Stan has expressed interest in starring), so that Universal now has two separate Dracula reboots in development at the same time.Other Top Headlines1. WICKED MOVIE FINALLY HAPPENING WITH CRAZY RICH ASIANS DIRECTOR (Photo by Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection)A recurring theme in The Weekly Ketchup involves reminders of exactly how long it takes some movies to finally get produced. The Wicked movie definitely falls into that territory, as Univeral Pictures has been developing an adaptation of the revisionist Wizard of Oz Broadway musical since 2009 (predating the similarly themed Oz: The Great and Powerful by four years). Repeatedly over the past decade, Universal Pictures has put Wicked on their release schedule, including most recently on December 20, 2019, which obviously didn t happen that specific slot went to another Broadway musical adaptation, Cats, instead. The Wicked movie seemed to hit a roadbump in October when Stephen Daldry (Billy Elliot, The Hours) dropped out as director, but the project is back up and active, with director Jon M. Chu (Crazy Rich Asians, Certified Fresh at 91%) now attached. Chu also has the Lin-Manuel Miranda musical In the Heights still awaiting release on June 18, 2021 after being pushed back from its original summer, 2020 release by the COVID-19 pandemic. He had recently become available after dropping out of directing the Willow sequel series  which also got back into development with a new director for Disney+.  There is no current release date for Wicked, but it is likely to be December of either 2022 or 2023, since that s the month Universal has previously slated Wicked for release.2. MICHELLE WILLIAMS TO CROON AS PEGGY LEE IN FEVER (Photo by Elizabeth Goodenough/Everett Collection)The impact of the popularity of rock and roll in the 1950s and 1960s, from Elvis Presley to the Beatles, was so strong that it s perhaps difficult for later generations to fully register that right before that all went down, it was still jazz, big bands, and the Rat Pack that dominated pop music. One such hit record from that period is jazz singer Peggy Lee s sultry cover of Fever in 1958. There has been talk about a Peggy Lee biopic for a while now (including from Billie Eilish, who might executive produce with her mother), and as it turns out, the star of Fever is going to be someone who also played 1950s sex idol Marilyn Monroe in My Week with Marilyn (Certified Fresh at 83%). Michelle Williams is now attached to reunite with director Todd Haynes (for whom she starred in both I m Not Here and Wonderstruck) as Peggy Lee in the biopic Fever, which MGM is now negotiating to distribute. Coincidentally, this news came just a week after Williams also signed to reunite with director Kelly Reichardt for a fourth film together, so this has been a busy fortnite for the Oscar-nominated actress. Fever is another movie that s been in development for some time, dating back at least to the early 2010s when Reese Witherspoon almost starred, until the death in 2012 of director Nora Ephron.3. WILL SMITH TO PLAY IT FAST LOOSE FOR DAVID LEITCH(Photo by Kristin Callahan/Everett Collection)Stunt coordinator-turned-action-director David Leitch (Deadpool 2, Atomic Blonde, Fast Furious Presents: Hobbs Shaw) is currently busy at work with Brad Pitt on his latest film, Bullet Train, but this week, Leitch and his representation already began studio negotiations for a project with another big movie star, Will Smith. That movie is a drama called Fast Loose, and it is now the subject of a heated bidding war between several studios, including MGM, Paramount, Sony, Warner Bros., and unspecified streamers (probably flicks on the Net). You can read a more detailed premise here, but the gist is that Will Smith would play a crime lord who wakes up in Mexico with amnesia and discovers as he puts his memories back together that he had two lives one as a powerful crime kingpin, and another as an underccover CIA agent, but without confirmation of which of those is his true identity.4. FREEDOM RIDE TO TELL TRUE STORY OF CIVIL RIGHTS LEADER JOHN LEWIS (Photo by Jeff Hutchens/Getty Images)In a sad coincidence, civil rights leader and U.S. Representative John Lewis died on July 17, 2020, just two weeks after the day-and-date debut of the documentary John Lewis: Good Trouble (Certified Fresh at 96%). The true story of the Freedom Riders, of whom John Lewis was one, is now going to be adapted as the drama Freedom Ride to be directed by Deon Taylor (Black and Blue, Meet the Blacks). Freedom Ride is set to be produced by several collaborators who are now seeking a distributor with hopes for filming to start sometime this summer on location in Atlanta, GA and Birmingham, AL. No announcements have been made yet about whom might be cast as Lewis or any of the leaders of the Freedom Riders movement.5. FOURTH CLOVERFIELD MOVIE NOW BEING DEVELOPED(Photo by ©Paramount courtesy Everett Collection)The Cloverfield franchise, which currently consists of three films (Cloverfield, 10 Cloverfield Lane, and The Cloverfield Paradox), is somewhat unique in that each film has been produced in relative secrecy, to the point where it was unclear they were even part of a single franchise until very late in their post-production. Specifically, both 10 Cloverfield Lane and The Cloverfield Paradox began their developments as standalone science fiction movies (titled The Cellar and God Particle, respectively), which were then later retooled to become part of the larger, looser Cloverfield narrative. That s an important distinction to note, because this week s news is actually about a new Cloverfield project being produced by J.J. Abrams that is being built from the ground up specifically as a Cloverfield movie (and not as something else being retrofitted to fit the franchise). Having said that, as with its predecessors, we don t actually know anything else about this project, except that it will not be a found-footage movie (like the original Cloverfield).6. SHAZAM! STAR ZACHARY LEVI TO STAR IN HAROLD AND THE PURPLE CRAYON (Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)Prior to 2019, Zachary Levi was probably best known for starring in the NBC spy drama Chuck, but that was before he starred in the DC Comics superhero movie Shazam! (Certified Fresh at 90%). Warner Bros. is committed to producing the sequel Shazam! Fury of the Gods for release on June 2, 2023, but that isn t expected to start filming until late 2021 at the earliest. In the meantime, Levi has signed with Sony Pictures to star in a new project that is a live action adaptation of the classic children s book Harold and the Purple Crayon. The screenplay is currently being adapted by the writing team of David Guion and Michael Handelman, whose previous credits include Dinner for Schmucks (Rotten at 42%) and Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb (Rotten at 47%). There have reportedly been several attempts in the past to adapt Harold and the Purple Crayon as a movie, including a Sony Pictures animated film and a live-action version that would ve been directed by Spike Jonze (Her, Where the Wild Things Are).7. HOLLYWOOD JUMPS ON GAMESTOP MOVIE PROJECTS EN MASSE (Photo by Olivier Douliery/Getty Images)For context, it s important to note right at the beginning of this story that the GameStop short squeeze  happened just last week, and it was only on January 28th that Robinhood and other brokerages halted trading of GameStop stock. Since then, however, there are now at least five different feature film projects in development based on the event (three narrative, two documentaries). One of those projects is called The Antisocial Network, and MGM has already acquired the film rights to the book proposal of the same title by writer Ben Mezrich, whose book Bringing Down the House was the inspiration for the Kevin Spacey gambling movie 21 (Rotten at 36%). The second narrative project is an untitled movie being developed by Netflix, with Noah Centineo attached to star. The third narrative project comes from r/wallstreetbets founder Jaime Rogozinski, who has sold his life rights to Brett Ratner s RatPac Entertainment. Finally, there are the two documentary projects (that we know about), one of which is being funded by a Kickstarter campaign, and the other of which is being produced by director Jonah Tulis of the recent video game documentary Console Wars (Fresh at 83%).8. THIS WEEK IN REMAKES: BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY S, BUCK ROGERS, FATHER OF THE BRIDE (Photo by Everett Collection)After a couple of slow news weeks to kick off 2021, Hollywood seems like it s back to business as usual, but since we like to keep the Ketchup to an even 10 stories, here s a three-in-one about a handful of remakes. First off (and this one may be much bigger news as it progresses), Paramount Pictures is now in the midst of a legal battle with the estate of late writer Truman Capote over the studio s rights to remake the classic Audrey Hepburn film, Breakfast at Tiffany s (Certified Fresh at 89%). The original 1961 film hasn t aged well in at least one respect, while at the same time, it also soft-pedals Holly Golightly s profession in the novella upon which the film is based, both of which might be good reasons for a remake. Speaking of estates and legal issues, we now apparently have two competing Buck Rogers adaptations, one of which will be a George Clooney TV series while the other is a feature film being produced by Skydance Media in collaboration with the estate of Buck Rogers creator Philip Francis Nowlan. The last time Buck Rogers was on the big screen was all the way back in 1979, when Universal Pictures expanded the pilot episode of the Buck Rogers in the 25th Century TV series into a theatrically released motion picture. Finally, Warner Bros. has hired director Gaz Alazraki for their remake of Father of the Bride with a Cuban American twist following the previous versions starring both Spencer Tracy and Steve Martin.9. LIL YACHTY WANTS TO MAKE A HEIST COMEDY BASED ON UNO (YES, THE CARD GAME) (Photo by MediaNews Group/Boulder Daily Camera via Getty Images)There are certainly games and toys that could make for good source material for a movie, usually because there is a narrative quality to them. G.I. Joe and Transformers, for example, both came to movies after long runs as both animated TV shows and comic books. The card game UNO, though, not so much. Despite that, Mattel Films and rapper Lil Yachty are now collaborating on a movie adaptation indeed based on the UNO card game. The UNO movie will reportedly be a live-action heist comedy set within the underground hip hop world of Atlanta, with Lil Yachty expected to star. This might at least be good news for anyone who s ever wanted to make movies based on Go Fish, Old Maid, or Crazy Eights.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News. and there were two elements that hinted that Morbius might be set in the same world as Spider-Man: Homecoming and Spider-Man: Far from Home. The first was a Spider-Man poster with Murderer spray-painted over it (hinting at Far from Home), and the second was the appearance of Michael Keaton, who played Adrian Toomes, a.k.a. the Vulture, in Homecoming. We ll hopefully know more about all of this when Morbius is released this summer on July 31, 2020.4. THE FLASH OF TWO WORLDS: EZRA MILLER MEETS GRANT GUSTIN(Photo by Clay Enos/©Warner Bros. Pictures, Katie Yu/©The CW Network)One of the most surprising things to happen on The CW s five-part Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover happened in the finale Tuesday night, as we saw Ezra Miller s movie version of The Flash meet Grant Gustin s TV show version in The Speed Force. Normally, this column doesn t really touch on TV show news, but this scene potentially has big implications for the long-in-development The Flash (7/1/2022). There have long been indications that The Flash will depict a version of the popular DC Comics storyline Flashpoint, and having Ezra Miller s version meet Grant Gustin s version could be part of how we get to Flashpoint, since it involves time travel and alternate realities (much like the CW show as well). There is still a lot about The Flash (the movie) we don t know, and this might have been just a cute little cameo, but it could also be our first tease about a movie that s just over two years away from release.5. THE SOUNDS OF NO TIME TO DIE: BILLIE EILISH, HANS ZIMMER, AND THE SMITHS GUITARIST  (Photo by Amanda Edwards/Getty Images)One of the last steps in the post-production for most movies (except, apparently, Cats) involves the music. So, one shouldn t read too much into the stories this week about the music for the 25th James Bond film, No Time to Die (4/10/2020). The biggest revelation is that 18-year-old pop star Billie Eilish will become the youngest person ever to perform the theme song for a James Bond movie. Billie Eilish reportedly wrote the song with her brother Finneas Eilish. It was also confirmed last week that the rest of the score of No Time to Die will be composed by Hans Zimmer, but what s most surprising is that Zimmer is collaborating with Johnny Marr, who probably remains best known as the guitarist of the influential 1980s British pop group The Smiths.6. STEPHEN LANG S BLIND KILLER TO RETURN FOR DON T BREATHE 2 (Photo by Ghost House Pictures)It s impossible to know for sure if any of these movies are related to each other, but in the last few years, there have been a few horror and/or suspense thrillers that are all related to the senses. Sight was the element at play in Lights Out and Bird Box, sound was the sense involved in A Quiet Place, and Don t Breathe incorporated both. The sequel to A Quiet Place is coming out on March 20 of this year, and this week, we learned that the sequel to the latter movie will start filming a month after that. Don t Breathe director Fede Alvarez has hired his co-writer Rodo Sayagues to make his own directorial debut on Don t Breathe 2, which is scheduled to start filming in April. Stephen Lang, who starred as The Blind Man, the film s villain, will return for the sequel, which one has to guess will probably be about a new group of victims trapped in his house.7. OSCAR ISAAC MUST REALLY LOVE THE EXPRESSION EX MACHINA (Photo by Melinda Sue Gordon/Netflix)Just five years ago, Oscar Isaac starred in the science-fiction film Ex Machina, along with Alicia Vikander and Domhnall Gleeson (who went on to co-star with Isaac in the most recent Star Wars trilogy). That movie came out just five years after the final issue of the comic book series also called Ex Machina, which was about the political career of the world s only superhero who subsequently becomes the mayor of New York City. Earlier this week, it was announced that Legendary Entertainment is developing a movie based on the Ex Machina comic book series that is to be retitled The Great Machine, in an obvious effort to avoid confusion with Ex Machina. Earlier today, we learned exactly why these movies would have been very easily confused, because it turns out that Oscar Isaac is also producing and will star in The Great Machine. So, if the title hadn t been changed, not only would there be two movies called Ex Machina, but they would have both featured Oscar Isaac.8. KEIRA KNIGHTLEY TO PLAY MOM TO JOJO RABBIT KID STAR IN NEW CHRISTMAS MOVIE(Photo by Barry Wetcher/©Warner Bros.)As Taika Waititi moves on to the soccer movie Next Goal Wins, his Marvel sequel Thor: Love and Thunder, and his future with the Star Wars franchise, the success of his most recently released film continues to have its impact on other film development news. The World War II-set comedy Jojo Rabbit featured three relative newcomers (including Thomasin McKenzie and Archie Yates), but the title role was played by Roman Griffin Davis, who this week joined another movie with a famous actress playing his mom. Keira Knightley and Roman Griffin Davis will play mother and son in an untitled Christmas movie which will focus on how British families celebrate the holiday. The movie will directed by Camille Griffin, who also happens to be Roman s own real-life mother. The project is now seeking to cast the father of the family.9. DISNEY DROPS THE FOX FROM ITS RECENTLY ACQUIRED STUDIOS (Photo by Valerie Macon/Getty Images)It was almost a year ago now that Disney finalized its acquisition of the film and TV properties of 21st Century Fox and Fox Searchlight, but it wasn t until this week that one of the biggest resulting changes was announced. Disney is removing the word Fox from both companies and their logos, so they will now be called just 20th Century Studios and Searchlight Pictures instead. The new name for the studio formerly called 21st Century Fox is particularly curious, as the new name basically spins back the clock as well.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
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Rosie (2018) , a drama about a young family who become homeless and spend 36 hours looking for a new place to stay, is at 97%. David Crosby: Remember My Name (2019) , a documentary portrait of the famed musician, is at 96%. I Do Not Care If We Go Down in History as Barbarians (2018) , a drama about a theater director s efforts to stage a controversial production against the local government s wishes, is at 93%. Luz (2018) , a horror film about a young cab driver on the run from an evil she summoned years ago, is at 88%. At War (2018) , a drama about a group of former employees who rise up in protest when executives shut down the factory where they worked, is at 72%. A Faithful Man (2018) , a comedy-drama about a couple split apart by infidelity who reunite under unfortunate circumstances and unearth further secrets, is at 65%. Into the Ashes (2019) , an action film about an ex-con who squares off against some unsavory associates from his criminal past, is at 33%.亚搏体育手机客户端eir secrets and family conflicts.Spirit Riding Free: The Spirit of Christmas, Netflix — Lucky and her friends embark on a Christmas Eve adventure into the city to find the perfect gift, but their return to Miradero for the holiday festivities are ruined when as avalanche derails their plans.Reprisal, Hulu — A hyper-noir story that follows a relentless femme fatale (Abigail Spencer) who, after being left for dead, sets out to take revenge against her brother and his bombastic gang of gearheads.A Storybook Christmas, Lifetime, 8 p.m. — If event planner Celeste Everett (Ali Liebert) is going to save her business and give her niece a happy Christmas season, she is going to need help. When the nanny she hires turns out to be a man (Jake Epstein), Celeste surprisingly realizes she may have also found Christmas love for herself.Saturday, Dec. 7(Photo by Lifetime)Dreamworks Where s Waldo, Universal Kids, 10 a.m. — The TV network that playfully celebrates kids’ everyday adventures, will debut a holiday-themed season finale of DreamWorks Where’s Waldo? with guest star Chris Sullivan (This Is Us) as Santa Claus. Mistletoe Menorahs, Lifetime, 6 p.m. — When a determined toy company executive, Christy (Kelly Jakle), must learn about Hanukkah in a hurry in order to land a big account, she enlists the help of her co-worker s friend Jonathan (Jake Epstein), who happens to also be in desperate need of turning his bachelor pad into a Christmas Wonderland to impress his girlfriend s father. After butting heads, they realize they need each other s holiday expertise and quickly appreciate one another s cultures and each other. As they spend more time together, they realize they have more in common and a holiday romance lights up.Matchmaker Christmas, Lifetime, 6 p.m. — As the Christmas party for a book publishing company approaches, editor Maggie volunteers to help her boss Amanda find a date. Matchmaking is a bit of a hobby for Maggie (Emily Rose), but she is thrown off her game when Jaxson (Corey Sevier), her old boyfriend from her college years, shows up at her work—as a newly signed, successful author. Maggie would love to deny she feels anything for him still, but Jaxson isn’t making it easy. She’ll have to face her decisions of the past, along with Amanda eyeing Jaxson, to bring together the perfect matches at Christmas.Homicide for the Holidays, Oxygen, 7:30  p.m. — Season 4 unwraps four chilling stories of holidays taking a sweeping turn when a loved one is brutally killed by an unforeseen suspect and investigations unfold that stun everyone involved.Christmas Unleashed, Lifetime, 8 p.m. — When Becca s (Vanessa Lachey) dog runs away on Christmas Eve, she must team up with her ex-boyfriend Max (Christopher Russell) to find him. As the pup leads the exes on an all-day-and-night search through their North Carolina hometown, they revisit people, places and things that remind them of the Christmas pasts they spent together. A Christmas Love Story, Hallmark Channel, 8 p.m. — Chenoweth is a youth choir director who needs to write a big song for a Christmas Eve show but is distracted when a boy with a golden voice joins her choir, which comes as a surprise to his widowed father (Scott Wolf).A Homecoming for the Holidays, Hallmark Movies Mysteries 9 p.m. — Country singer Charlotte (Laura Osnes) is home for the holidays and brother Ryan s fellow ex-soldier Matt (Stephen Huszar) is in town. Writing her new album, Charlotte works with Matt to build a house for a friend in town.Sunday, Dec. 8Christmas in Paris, UPtv, 7 p.m. — A gorgeous, French multi-millionaire (Karl E. Landler) comes to Montana to do a deal and photo shoot with a major cosmetics company and meets the woman of his dreams (Rebecca Dalton) – the beautiful Art Director on his shoot. When the two jet off to Paris on a whirlwind Christmas adventure, they each think that their happiness could last forever. But in the middle of their magical Parisian getaway, she discovers a secret about him that could push them apart forever. Based on the best-selling Harlequin book A Fortune of Texas Christmas.Grounded for Christmas, Lifetime, 8 p.m. — When a winter storm hits Cleveland and grounds flights, the nearby hotels quickly fill up with stranded travelers. Nina (Julianna Guill), a pilot, reluctantly agrees to let her arrogant but charming fellow pilot, Brady (Corey Sevier), stay at her nearby parents home. But when they discover her family is hosting a tree trimming party that night and that her ex will be there, Brady pretends to be her boyfriend to help her out. When the snowstorm continues, their ruse snowballs as Nina and Brady are stuck attending holiday events together. But as Christmas nears, these two opposites begin to realize the best gift they could ever receive, is perhaps, each other. Christmas at Dollywood, Hallmark Channel, 8 p.m. — When a NYC event planner (Danica McKellar) returns to TN to plan the Christmas celebration at Dollywood, she s paired with the head of operations (Niall Matter) who thinks he can handle the party just fine on his own.Kids Baking Championship: North Pole Edition, Food Network, 8 p.m. — The bakers must think on their feet, as Valerie Bertinelli and Duff Goldman challenge them to fill a mini fireplace mantel with Santastic Sweets. Special guest Casey Webb weighs in to help determine the winner of the baker s dream prize package of top-of-the-line baking equipment worth over ,000.Time for You to Come Home for Christmas, Hallmark Movies Mysteries, 9 p.m. — When Katherine (Alison Sweeney) returns home after her husband passed, she meets a veteran (Lucas Bryant) who is on his own holiday journey. As Christmas nears, they learn of a bond that may be the miracle they need. Monday, Dec. 9A Family Reunion Christmas, Netflix — The McKellans are back to spread Christmas joy in this holiday special about the importance of family, forgiveness, and empathy.Beat Shazam (Holiday Episode), Fox, 9 p.m. — Seasonal classics mix with music s biggest hit songs, as teams of cousins, military DJs and a father-daughter duo compete in the all-new Santa Jamie special holiday episode.Tuesday, Dec. 10Ellen’s Greatest Night of Giveaways, NBC, 8 p.m. — Series airs over three nights from Dec. 10 through 12. Get ready to bring your tissues as unsuspecting people are given life-changing gifts from Ellen DeGeneres.The Conners, ABC, 8 p.m. — Smoking Penguins and Santa on Santa action  Bless This Mess, ABC, 8:30 p.m. — Goose Glazing Time Mixed-ish, ABC, 9 p.m. — Do They Know It s Christmas?  (Photo by ABC)Black-ish, ABC, 9:30 p.m. — Father Christmas  Ultimate Holiday Feast, FYI, 10 p.m. — Celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson, food writer and chef Gail Simmons and comedian Max Silvestri come together and share their most favorite and delectable holiday traditions for the “Ultimate Holiday Feast.” From Gail demonstrating a modern take on her mother’s latke recipe to Marcus’ traditional Swedish holiday dish watch as they take viewers on a worldly food tour.  Wednesday, Dec. 11The Goldbergs, ABC, 8 p.m. — It s a Wonderful Life  Modern Family, ABC, 9 p.m. — The Last Christmas  Single Parents, ABC, 9:31 p.m. — Good Holidays to You  Thursday, Dec. 12Olaf s Frozen Adventure, ABC, 8 p.m. — Olaf (voice of Josh Gad) teams up with Sven on a merry mission. It s the first holiday season since the gates reopened and Anna (voice of Kristen Bell) and Elsa (voice of Idina Menzel) host a celebration for all of Arendelle. When the townspeople unexpectedly leave early to enjoy their individual holiday customs, the sisters realize they have no family traditions of their own. So, Olaf sets out to comb the kingdom to bring home the best traditions, and save Anna and Elsa s first Christmas in forever.  The Great American Baking Show: Holiday Edition, ABC, 9 p.m. — Based on the hit U.K. series The Great British Baking Show, The Great American Baking Show: Holiday Edition features bakers from across the country battling through 24 total challenges with six challenges throughout each two-hour themed episode, all in the hopes of being crowned America s Best Amateur Baker.  Friday, Dec. 13Star Wars Marathon, TNT — Travel to a galaxy far, far away with a special Star Wars Marathon on TNT airing back-to-back weekends beginning Friday, December 13, through Sunday, December 29. TNT will air films from the iconic space franchise (A New Hope to The Last Jedi) in anticipation of The Rise of Skywalker, in theaters December 19.Friday the 13th Movies Marathon, SYFY — Slay inside all day on Friday, December 13 and celebrate with a marathon of the Friday The 13th franchise.Joe Bob s Red Christmas, Shudder, 6 p.m. PT/9 p.m. ET — AMC Networks’ premium streaming service for horror, thrillers and the supernatural, announced that Joe Bob Briggs, host of The Last Drive-In, will return with an all-new triple feature of holiday horrors.American Housewife, ABC, 8 p.m. — The Bromance Before Christmas  Disney Channel Holiday Party @ Walt Disney World, Disney Channel, 8 p.m. — Disney Channel s ZOMBIES 2 stars Meg Donnelly and Milo Manheim will co-host this holiday party with artist Matthew Morrison, treating fans to a magical holiday celebration featuring performances from Shaggy, Pentatonix and Disney Channel stars Issac Ryan Brown, Ruby Rose Turner, and Kylie Cantrall broadcast from Walt Disney World Resort in Florida and aboard the majestic Disney Fantasy part of the Disney Cruise Line fleet.  (Photo by Lifetime)Christmas Stars, Lifetime, 8 p.m. — When aspiring R B artist Layla (Erica Durance) crosses paths with amateur songwriter Spence (J.T. Hodges), she thinks she s found her shot at finally getting a record deal. But as the holidays approach, the fast-paced, high stakes music business threatens to change their sound and relationship especially when the label executives begin to see Spence as the real star.Fresh off the Boat, ABC, 8:30 p.m. — Jessica Town  DreamWorks Trolls Holiday, ABC, 8:30 p.m. — Now that the Bergens’ one holiday is gone — and the Trolls don’t have to worry about being eaten by their neighbors — Poppy, the eternally optimistic Troll queen, has made it her mission to bring a new day of celebration to Bergen Town.Saturday, Dec. 14A Christmas Winter Song, Lifetime, 8 p.m. — Clio (Ashanti), a Christmas shop owner, forms a special musical bond with Fred (Stan Shaw), a former jazz singer down on his luck. Having just lost her own father, Clio helps Fred reconnect with his own daughter and grandchildren, just in time for the town s annual Christmas concert. Holiday Date, Hallmark Channel, 8 p.m. — When Brooke’s (Brittany Bristow) boyfriend, Ethan, breaks up with her just before the holidays, she agrees to go home with Joel (Matt Cohen), an actor who will pose as her boyfriend. She’s built up the ex-boyfriend to be the perfect guy and Mr. Christmas, but discovers Joel is Jewish and has never celebrated the holiday. What he lacks in experience he makes up for in enthusiasm and happily participates in yuletide festivities. When his secret is revealed, the family is eager to add Joel’s Hanukkah traditions into their holiday celebration, but soon become suspicious about his true identity.Christmas in Montana, Hallmark Movies Mysteries, 9 p.m. — Before the holidays, Sara (Kellie Martin) goes to Montana to help resistant Travis (Colin Ferguson) save his ranch. Can time on the ranch help restore her faith in Christmas in time for a miracle? Sunday, Dec. 15(Photo by 20th Century Fox)The Sound of Music, ABC, 7 p.m. — Celebrate the Oscar-winning classic with popular favorites Edelweiss, My Favorite Things, Climb Every Mountain, Do-Re-Mi, Sixteen Going on Seventeen, The Lonely Goatherd, and The Sound of Music. Snowbound for Christmas, UPtv, 7 p.m. — A marketing executive is invited by her charming and handsome boss to pitch a major project to prospective clients at a posh resort and the two get snowed in together before any of the other guests can arrive. Now, with the hotel to themselves, a fairy-tale snowscape outside and sparks flying inside, they find that being alone together is all the Christmas magic they need. Based on the best-selling Harlequin book Snowbound with the CEO.The Christmas Caroler Challenge, The CW, 8 p.m. — Hosted by Dean Cain and Laura McKenzie, the six-episode hour-long Christmas caroling competition series featuring 12 extraordinary Christmas carol groups, each with their own stylized brand of performance, in celebrating the great Christmas music we have all come to love. We’ll meet these groups from the most elaborate ultra-traditional virtuoso performances to those with the most unexpected twists on the classic Christmas carol. Each group will be judged by three celebrity judges.  Rediscovering Christmas, Lifetime, 8 p.m. — Mia (Jessica Lowndes) is a window dresser in a big city department store, living and breathing Christmas for months to get the store ready for the holidays. But now that the season is actually near, she s a little burned out on holly, sugarplums and Santas of all shapes and sizes. All she wants is a tropical beach getaway with her sister Sara. But, plans change when Sara begs for Mia s help putting on the annual Snowflake festival in their home town in Vermont. Just when she thought she was out Santa pulls her back in.A Cheerful Christmas, Hallmark Channel, 8 p.m. — Lauren (Erica Deutschman) and her best friend Colleen think they have landed their dream job – giving people the best and most magical Christmas ever as their personal ‘Christmas Coaches.’ This holiday season promises to be their biggest ever when they land a royal client, the Anderson family, who has moved from England. When Lauren meets James (Chad Connell), the eldest son, he wants nothing to do with planning Christmas as he’s busy negotiating a big acquisition for his father’s company. But Lauren won’t be thwarted in helping this royal family embrace the true spirit of Christmas. The more she prods James about their family holiday traditions the more he opens up. Sparks start to fly but she faces competition in the form of an old childhood friend and business colleague of James. Now Lauren must win his heart while giving the Andersons their best Christmas ever. Good Eats: The Return, Food Network, 8 p.m. — Alton Brown celebrates the season with back-to-back holiday-themed episodes of Good Eats. In an episode entitled Whole Latke Love, Alton delves into the history and technique of the classic Hanukkah dish which, believe it or not, was originally made with a famous Italian cheese. Alton then takes a deep dive into low-alcohol beverages with flavors that will knock you out, but the proof won t, in special episode Holiday Spirit(s) . Angel Falls, Hallmark Movies Mysteries, 9 p.m. — Book editor Hannah (Jen Lilley) must work with former rival Ryan to help a potential writer find her way. Angel Anthony reminds them about Christmas spirit and the value of community. A Very Merry Cavallari Holiday Special, E!, 10 p.m. — It’s Christmas-time in Nashville and Kristin and Jay find themselves with conflicting opinions on how to decorate their house for the holidays. This year, Kristin wants to throw the biggest holiday party that Uncommon James has seen, complete with a surprise musical guest, and recruits Brittany and Colby to execute it to perfection. Meanwhile, Jay has something up his sleeve as a holiday surprise to Kristin.Monday, Dec. 16Nick Cannon s Hit Viral Videos — Holidays 2019, Fox, 8 p.m. — You are invited to the holiday party of the year, as Nick Cannon and his special celebrity guests showcase the funniest and most unbelievable viral videos, from comical holiday mishaps to adorable pets to mischievous kids – and everything in between!Greatest Holiday Commercials Countdown 2019, The CW, 9 p.m. — This holiday special will countdown the 12 best holiday commercials ever – one for each of the 12 days of Christmas.  In addition to the top 12, the special features other great commercials from both the U.S. and abroad, that capture the true spirit of the holiday season – from the heartfelt to the hilarious, from the outstanding to the ridiculous. Good Trouble holiday special, Freeform, 9 p.m. — The two-episode special will reunite the cast of The Fosters when the Adams-Foster clan comes to the Coterie for Christmas.Christmas With the Tabernacle Choir Featuring Kristin Chenoweth, PBS, 9 p.m. — The Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square are joined by Kristin Chenoweth, Emmy and Tony Award-winning actress and singer, for this beloved Christmas tradition featuring favorite holiday music, dancing and storytelling.(Photo by Trae Patton/NBC)Holidays with the Houghs, NBC, 10 p.m. — Derek Hough and Julianne Hough will perform in show-stopping musical and dance performances. The duo’s friendly sibling rivalry will be on full display as they compete in putting their own spin on holiday classics, share family holiday traditions and create new ones for seasons to come.A Very Brady Renovation: Holiday Edition, HGTV, 10 p.m. — The holiday extravaganza features Food Network s Ree Drummond, star of The Pioneer Woman, and Jasmine Roth, star of HGTV s Hidden Potential, as they team up with the Brady Bunch cast to whip up 70 s-inspired treats, including fondue-style potatoes, a gelatin fruit salad and santapes. They also create retro DIY decorations to adorn the home in festive Brady Bunch style.Tuesday, Dec. 17Dogs of the Year, The CW, 8 p.m. — This special is hosted by Kevin Frazier and Nischelle Turner from the American Kennel Club Museum of the Dog in New York City. The special counts down the Top 10 dog stories of 2019, celebrating the dogs that go above and beyond, that leave their mark on society, and achieve the nearly impossible. Dogs that have climbed mountains, soothed burn victims, helped inspire an NHL team to a Stanley Cup, and have gone viral with their message of love. The Ornament of the World, PBS, 8 p.m. — Filmed in Cordoba, Granada, Seville and Toledo, this is the story of a remarkable 800-year period when Muslims, Christians and Jews in medieval Spain forged a common cultural identity that often transcended their religious differences. 2019: What E! Year!, E!, 10 p.m.— Co-hosted by Jason Kennedy and Erin Lim, E! is looking back at the fierce, fabulous and major fails that shook up Hollywood this year. From the wild fashion, to the biggest scandals and of course all the hottest couples!Wednesday, Dec. 18Masters of Illusion: Christmas Magic 2019, The CW, 9 p.m. — This special from Associated Television International and hosted by Dean Cain features some of today s hottest magicians.Live in Front of a Studio Audience: All in the Family and Good Times, ABC, Kerry Washington has joined the executive-producing team of Norman Lear, Jimmy Kimmel, Brent Miller, Will Ferrell, and Justin Theroux for a star-studded recreation of classic episodes of All in the Family and Good Times.A Very Born This Way Christmas, A E, 9 p.m. — The Born This Way holiday special will celebrate the spirit of the holidays as Elena, John, Megan, Rachel, Sean, Steven, Cristina and Angel and their families gather to spread cheer and reflect on their personal growth across the four seasons of the series.Thursday, Dec. 19A Christmas Carol, FX, 7:30 p.m. — An original take on Charles Dickens’s iconic ghost story by Steven Knight (Taboo, Peaky Blinders). Starring Guy Pearce as Ebenezer Scrooge, Stephen Graham as Jacob Marley, and Andy Serkis as The Ghost of Christmas Past, A Christmas Carol is a spine-tingling immersion into Scrooge’s dark night of the soul.Friday, Dec. 20The Christmas Temp, Lifetime, 8 p.m. — An out-of-work artist discovers a special Christmas temp agency that matches her with a handful of festive jobs, but falls into a creative rut while juggling holiday preparations and feelings for the agency s HR manager.Bellator and the USO Present: Salute the Troops, Paramount Network, 10 p.m. ET — For a second year, the USO and Bellator team up to honor the men and women who fight for our freedom and to bring entertainment and a piece of home to service members based in Hawaii during the holiday season. This Salute the Troops event will bring Bellator athletes and personalities to the military community and provide a live free event as a thank you for their sacrifices and dedication to our country, especially for those who are separated from family and home during the holidays. This unique show will be headlined by a heavyweight bout featuring the Bellator debuts of The Warmaster  Josh Barnett (35-8) and Ronny Markes (19-7).Saturday, Dec. 21Wizarding World Weekend, SYFY — From Dec. 21 to Dec. 22, all eight Harry Potter movies will air back-to-back on the network.Christmas Love Letter, Lifetime, 6 p.m. — When relationship advice columnist Amalie Hess (Ashley Newbrough) receives an unsigned love letter in a Christmas card, she returns to her hometown to solve the mystery of who sent it and maybe find true love. The Christmas Hotel, Lifetime, 8 p.m. — Erin (Tatyana Ali) grew up in the small town of Mt. Holly but always dreamt of living in a big city. Her first job – working the desk at the Mt. Holly Inn – started her on a path to New York where she now works at the prestigious Windsor Hotel. When her boss tells her she will receive a promotion if she can pull off a big project, she is thrilled – until she realizes the project is in her hometown. Erin returns home to discover that the locals don’t appreciate their precious Mt. Holly Inn being bought out by a big corporation. And heading up the charge? Erin’s ex-boyfriend Conner. But when several hotel staff members come down with the flu, Erin is forced to enlist Conner’s help with the hotel’s Christmas events. As they two re-establish their relationship, Erin has to figure out if what she really wants is a promotion or to be home again.It s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas, Hallmark Channel, 8 p.m. — When a New England Christmas decorating competition searches for the town with the most Christmas spirit, the Mayors of East and West Riverton go all out to get their towns to the top of the holiday heap. Christmas on my Mind, Hallmark Movies Mysteries, 9 p.m. — Lucy Lovett (Ashley Greene) wakes up holding a wedding dress, assuming she s about to marry the love her life Zach Callahan (Andrew Walker), only to discover they broke up two years ago, and her fiancé… isn t Zach. Ultimate Hanukkah Challenge, Food Network, 9 p.m. — Inspired by the Festival of Lights, four seasoned chefs must pull out all the stops as they craft deliciously innovative dishes for judges Duff Goldman and Sharone Hakman. Over the course of three rounds, the chefs must put their spin on holiday classics like crispy potato pancakes, succulent brisket, and fried jelly donuts. The last cook standing will win a vacation to the city of light, Paris, France, and the title of Ultimate Hanukkah Champion.Sunday, Dec. 22(Photo by Warner Home Video)I Want a Dog For Christmas, Charlie Brown, ABC, 7 p.m. — It s Christmas vacation and, as usual, ReRun s big sister is stressing him out, so he decides to turn to his best friend, Snoopy, for amusement and holiday cheer. However, his faithful but unpredictable beagle companion has plans of his own, giving ReRun reason to ask Snoopy to invite his canine brother, Spike, for a visit.Christmas Wedding Runaway, UPtv, 7 p.m. — A runaway bride (Sarah Mitich) does some soul-searching when she’s trapped in a snowed-in cabin with her grandmother and an old flame at Christmas.Kids Say The Darndest Things, ABC, 8 p.m. — On a special holiday episode, Tiffany Haddish chats with the kids about their favorite holiday traditions. Later, Tiffany plays Santa s helper to find out who is on the Nice List, and celebrates an 8-year-old magician who proves that big tricks can come in small packages. A Date By Christmas Eve, Lifetime, 8 p.m. — When Chelsea Simms (Vanessa Lengies), the good-hearted brand strategist for the popular dating app The Nice List, discovers the app has granted her magical powers, she uses her newfound ability to make all of the naughty people in her life learn how to be good again. But when her plans go awry and Fisher (Evan Williams), the kindly neighbor who has always carried a torch for Chelsea, is magically added to the naughty list by mistake, Chelsea must race against time to set things right before Christmas Eve. Double Holiday, Hallmark Channel, 8 p.m. — Career-minded Rebecca’s (Carly Pope) plans for Hanukkah go askew when a promotion opportunity comes up at work. When the company CEO asks Rebecca and her insufferable office mate, Chris (Kristoffer Polaha) – also her main competitor for the promotion – to plan the company’s Christmas party, she realizes they must overcome their opposing styles in order to succeed. Forced to work together on the holiday party, Chris learns more about Rebecca and her family’s Hanukkah traditions, while she also begins to see him in a new light. Although feelings slowly develop between the two, the ongoing competition over the promotion threatens to undermine it all.A Home for the Holidays With Idina Menzel, CBS, 9 p.m. — Tony Award–winner Idina Menzel will introduce the stories about adoption from foster care as she hosts the special, now in its 21st year. She will also perform songs from her new album, Christmas: A Season of Love. Additional performances by top recording artists Adam Lambert, Ne-Yo, and Kelly Rowland will show their support for an audience made up of adoptive parents, social workers, and former foster children.A Family Christmas Gift, Hallmark Movies Mysteries, 9 p.m. — When Amber (Holly Robinson Peete) spends the holidays with her Aunt Dora (Patti LaBelle) and helps plan a fundraising Christmas Concert, it brings Amber closer to her aunt and a new love into her life. Monday, Dec. 2312 Days of Pol, Nat Geo Wild — Tune in for all-day marathons through January 4 of fan-favorite The Incredible Dr. Pol, with special episodes premiering nightly at 9/8c.Christmas at Belmont, PBS, 9 p.m. — Christmas at Belmont 2019 features Belmont University students along with Michael W. Smith, CeCe Winans and the Nashville Children’s Choir. Taped in Nashville’s Schermerhorn SymphonyCenter, the show includes classic holiday songs and festive tunes.Tuesday, Dec. 24 — Christmas EveLost In Space season 2, Netflix — There’s more danger — and adventure — ahead for the Robinson family. With the Jupiter 2 stranded on a mysterious ocean planet without their beloved Robot (Brian Steele), the Robinsons must work together, alongside the mischievous and manipulative Dr. Smith (Parker Posey) and the always charming Don West (Ignacio Serricchio), to make it back to the Resolute and reunite with the other colonists. But they quickly find all is not as it seems. A series of incredible new threats and unexpected discoveries emerge as they look for the key to finding Robot and safe passage to Alpha Centauri. They will stop at nothing to keep their family safe survival is a Robinson specialty after all.Harry Potter Christmas Marathon, USA — The magic continues as USA offers Harry Potter fans another run-through of the beloved franchise in its entirety.Baby in a Manger, UPtv, 7 p.m. — With the help of a handsome young police officer, a social worker searches for the mother of a baby she has found abandoned in a nativity scene at her church. Based on the best-selling Harlequin book “Child in a Manger.”A Christmas Story marathon, TBS, 8 p.m. — The 24-hour marathon relives the wintry exploits of youngster Ralphie Parker (Peter Billingsley), who spends most of his time dodging a bully (Zack Ward) and dreaming of his ideal Christmas gift, a Red Ryder air rifle. A Nightmare on Elm Street Before Christmas Marathon, SYFY — One two, Freddy s coming for you! Get ready to celebrate the holiday Elm Street style. It s a Christmas miracle!Christmas Eve Mass, NBC, 11:30 p.m. — Viewers will be able to watch the Pope Francis-led mass from St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome.RELATED: See TV Premiere Dates Calendar 2019 for Other TV and Streaming Premieres, Including the Series Premiere of The Witcher on Netflix, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Season 3 and  The Expanse Season 4 on Amazon, Marvel s Runaways Season 3 on Hulu, and MoreWednesday, Dec. 25 — Christmas Day(Photo by Courtesy of Burning Bright Productions)Lucy Worsley s 12 Days of Tudor Christmas, PBS, 8 p.m. — Join Lucy Worsley on a 12-day extravaganza as she discovers that much of what we enjoy in contemporary Christmas – from carols to turkey, gift-giving to mistletoe and mulled wine – has surprising Tudor origins, rooted in devotion and charity.When Calls the Heart Christmas, Hallmark Channel, 8 p.m. — Erin Krakow, Jack Wagner, Pascale Hutton, Kavan Smith and the rest come together for the holiday season in this special Christmas movie. Call the Midwife Holiday Special, PBS, 9 p.m. — Mother Mildred and the Nonnatus House team go to the Outer Hebrides in response to a nursing shortage. Navigating the terrain, they strive to keep up with the needs of the locals. New Year s Marathons and Specials(Photo by © United Features Syndicate / Courtesy: Everett Collection)Thursday, Dec. 26Happy New Year, Charlie Brown, ABC, 8 p.m — The 30th prime-time animated TV special based upon the popular comic strip Peanuts, by Charles M. Schulz first aired on January 1, 1986.Saturday, Dec. 28A Harry Potter Mini-Marathon, USA — Harry Potter and the Sorcerer s Stone, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, and Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban will air.Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic, ESPN, 12 p.m. ET — The Notre Dame Fighting Irish will play the Clemson Tigers at AT T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.Playstation Fiesta Bowl, ESPN, 4 or 8 p.m. ET — The College Football Semifinal game will take place this year at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl, ESPN, 4 or 8 p.m. ET — The College Football Semifinal game will take place this year at Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia.New Year, New Me, Hallmark, 8 p.m. — When a morning show producer (Aimee Teagarden) makes a New Year s resolution to say yes more, she crosses paths with a confirmed Yes man (Michael Rady) who just might hold the key to her biggest story and to her heart.Austin City Limits 6th Annual Hall of Fame Honors, PBS, 11 p.m. — Celebrate the 2019 Hall of Fame with host Robert Earl Keen as Shawn Colvin, Buddy Guy and Lyle Lovett are honored. Guest performers include Jackson Browne, Bruce Hornsby, Shemekia Copeland, Jimmie Vaughan, Sarah Jarosz and more.Monday, Dec. 30Pavarotti, Showtime, 8 p.m. — Featuring Luciano Pavarotti s iconic opera performances and never-before-seen footage, the film, directed by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Ron Howard, is an intimate portrait of the most beloved opera singer of all time. Network subscribers will also be able to watch the film across all platforms including SHOWTIME ON DEMAND®, SHOWTIME ANYTIME® and the SHOWTIME stand-alone streaming service. Pavarotti will also air on Saturday, January 4 at 7 p.m. ET/PT.Capital One Orange Bowl, ESPN, 8 p.m. ET — The Orange Bowl will take place at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens and was moved up from its original January 10, 2020 date to help close out 2019.Tuesday, Dec. 31 — New Year s EveThe Twilight Zone Marathon, SYFY — Get ready to enter a dimension of sound, a dimension of sight, a dimension of mind. Continuing the holiday tradition, back-to-back episodes of Rod Serling s classic anthology series will air through to New Year s Day.Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve With Ryan Seacrest 2020, ABC, 8 p.m. — Pretty Little Liars alum Lucy Hale will join Ryan Seacrest as co-host of the New Year s festivities in Time Square. Tony, GRAMMY and Emmy-winner Billy Porter (Pose) will be leading the shindig in New Orleans.A Toast to 2019! NBC, 8 p.m. — The highlights and newsmakers of 2019 are brought to the fore in this year-end review.Live From Lincoln Center New York Philharmonic New Year s Eve 2019: Sondheim Celebration,  PBS, 8 p.m. — Ring in the New Year with the New York Philharmonic and guest vocalist Katrina Lenk (“The Band’s Visit”) celebrating the orchestral music of Stephen Sondheim by performing suites from “Sunday in the Park,” “Into the Woods,” “Sweeney Todd” and more.NBC New Year’s Eve Special, NBC 10-11 p.m. (Part 1) and 11:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m. (Part 2) — Live from Times Square in the heart of New York, the most famous live New Year’s Eve party in America will be a spectacular celebration to wrap up 2019 with show-stopping celebrity guests, unforgettable musical performances and, of course, the heart-pounding, iconic ball drop.Wednesday, Jan. 1 — New Year s DayMessiah, Netflix — When CIA officer Eva Geller (Michelle Monaghan) uncovers information about a man (Mehdi Dehbi) gaining international attention through acts of public disruption, she begins an investigation into his origins. As he continues to cultivate followers who allege he s performing miracles, the global media become increasingly beguiled by this charismatic figure. Geller must race to unravel the mystery of whether he really is a divine entity or a deceptive con artist capable of dismantling the world’s geopolitical order. As the story unfolds, multiple perspectives are interwoven including that of an Israeli intelligence officer (Tomer Sisley), a Texas preacher (John Ortiz) and his daughter (Stefania LaVie Owen), a Palestinian refugee (Sayyid El Alami) and the journalist (Jane Adams) who covers the story. The series also stars Melinda Page Hamilton, Wil Traval, Fares Landoulsi, Dermot Mulroney and Beau Bridges.A Very Brady Renovation Marathon, HGTV, 7 a.m. — HGTV will kick-off New Year’s Day with a refreshed version of the bingeworthy, nostalgia-filled hit series A Very Brady Renovation. Hosted by Brady Bunch superfans Kevin Frazier and Nischelle Turner from ET, the updated episodes will include newly added memories, reflections and behind-the-scenes secrets from Barry Williams (Greg), Maureen McCormick (Marcia), Eve Plumb (Jan), Mike Lookinland (Bobby) and Susan Olsen (Cindy).The Tournament of Roses Parade, ABC, NBC, KTLA and more, 8 a.m. — Rita Moreno, Gina Torres and Laurie Hernandez will serve as the Grand Marshals for the iconic Rose Parade, now in its 131st year.The 2020 Rose Bowl, ESPN, 5 p.m. ET/2 p.m. PT — The 106th Rose Bowl game will air exclusively on ESPN.Doctor Who 92% Season 12, BBC America, 8 p.m. — The Thirteenth Doctor (Jodie Whittaker) returns with the launch of season 12 on Wednesday, January 1 at 8 p.m. ET/PT with friends Ryan (Tosin Cole), Yasmin (Mandip Gill) and Graham (Bradley Walsh). Subsequent episodes will air Sundays at 8 p.m. ET/PT beginning January 5 on BBC America. The season kicks off with a two-part episode entitled Spyfall. Dracula, BBC One — Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat are behind this new reimagining of Bram Stoker s classic vampire tale. Starring Claes Bang as Count Dracula, the mini-series is set to air over three consecutive nights beginning on New Year s Day. Netflix co-produced the project, so expect the gruesome episodes to hit the streamer in the near future.Allstate Sugar Bowl, 8:45 p.m. ET, ESPN — Closing out New Year s Day s football programming is the Allstate Sugar Bowl which will happen at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans.Great Performances From Vienna: The New Year’s Celebration 2020,” PBS, 9 p.m. — Celebrate 2020 with the Vienna Philharmonic at the Musikverein. Under the baton of guest conductor Andris Nelsons and featuring the Vienna City Ballet, the orchestra will play the waltzes of Strauss. PBS favorite Hugh Bonneville returns as host.Property Brothers: Forever Home, HGTV, 9 p.m. — Amy and Kate fell in love with a vintage home in an urban neighborhood that is close to friends for their young twin boys. But, nine years later, some of the charm of their character-filled home has worn off. If they’re going to stay, Amy and Kate agree that the house needs a major update, but they can’t agree on exactly what needs to change. Real estate and renovation experts Jonathan and Drew Scott step in to overhaul the entry, living room, dining room and kitchen leaving them with a home they will both love for years to come.HGTV House Party, HGTV, 11 p.m. — There s nothing better than one last party on a school night and HGTV will deliver. Kevin and Nischelle will return at 11 p.m. ET/PT to host HGTV House Party, the can’t miss party of the year. In this special, fans will see Jesse Tyler Ferguson in a new sneak peek of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.  Additional HGTV stars and their upcoming 2020 series also will be showcased in this spectacular special that includes Christina Anstead (Christina on the Coast), Tarek El Moussa (Flipping 101 w/ Tarek El Moussa), David Bromstad (My Lottery Dream Home),  Ben and Erin Napier (Home Town), Grace Mitchell (One of a Kind), Brian and Mika Kleinschmidt (100 Day Dream Home) and twin sisters Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis, (Unsellable Houses). The best part: during the special, many of these stars give viewers a tour of favorite spaces in their own homes!

3. 激战团竞模式
(Photo by Jay Maidment/Walt Disney Studios)All Chris Hemsworth Movies RankedOut of all the Avengers stars, Chris Hemsworth had the easiest time selling his character to the world. Not just because he looks like a Norse god when you give him a hammer and a funny hat, but because audiences had virtually seen no other prior Hemsworth performances to influence their perception of him. Before arriving on American shores, Hemsworth shot 171 episodes of long-running Australian soap Home and Away (approximately 2.5% of total episodes to date). He made a notable corpse in the Star Trek reboot as George Kirk in the opening scene. And that about sums up Hemsworth s pre-Thor career.Since his 2011 MCU debut, Hemsworth has shown a loyalty not just to franchises (he s been in both Huntsman movies, and came back for Star Trek Into Darkness) but directors, like Ron Howard (Rush, In the Heart of the Sea) and Drew Goddard (The Cabin in the Woods, Bad Time as the El Royale). It suggests Hemsworth is an affable sort, a quality that helped him steer Thor through two decent-to-average movies before blossoming in the renegade Thor: Ragnarok, and becoming the true hero of Avengers: Infinity War.Most recently, he had one of the first post-quarantine movie hits with Netflix s Extraction, a rough action throwback produced by the Russo brothers. And he ll be back in the MCU for 2022 s Thor: Love Thunder. And now, we re taking a look back on every Chris Hemsworth movie ranked by Tomatometer!

4. 呼朋唤友 随心所欲
Join us weekly as Rotten Tomatoes reports on what s indie features are streaming. From promising releases by new voices to experimental efforts from storied filmmakers – or perhaps the next indie darling to go the distance for end-of-year accolades – we will break it all down for you here each week.For the foreseeable future, the specialty box office and all theatrical releases will be on hold as we all make efforts to socially distance ourselves and reduce the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. With that in mind, we have reshaped our Indie Fresh List. This week we have a noir crime thriller, a familial horror tale, and an intimate doc about a Spanish-language star. In our Spotlight section, we have a new drama based on real-life events from the war in Afghanistan and a quiet period piece about friendship featuring an interview with the film s star, John Magaro.Streaming This Weekend

5. HD 画质与高品质音讯
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6.57.9 3月喜迎「英雄联盟手游」在天赋上进行了精简。撸友们在选择了基石天赋之后不需要考虑符文副系,只需要补充主天赋即可,并且在后续的选择中也跟端游不同。在这点上就不细谈了,留给想玩的撸友们自己去体验。接下来看看游戏里最热销的装备——鞋。MOBA游戏的老玩家应该对游戏中的鞋类装备又爱又恨——出了占一个装备格子,为了移动速度又不得不出。很多英雄后期也会卖掉鞋子来应对最后的团战。「英雄联盟手游」将端游里热门的主动装备变为专属鞋子的附魔,以此来提高了鞋类装备的重要度。
George R.R. Martin signs a reported eight-figure deal to develop more HBO and HBO Max programming, Indira Varma is among the new stars confirmed for Star Wars series Obi-Wan Kenobi, Colin Firth will lead an eight-episode drama adaptation of classic true-crime docuseries The Staircase, and more of the week s top TV and streaming news.TOP STORYThe Game of Thrones Broadway Production Will Be a Prequel Story Featuring Ned Stark and Jaime Lannister(Photo by HBO )George R. R. Martin’s Game Of Thrones universe looks to dominate TV land for years to come, and now he has his sights set on The Great White Way: Martin is developing a Thrones stage show that he’s planning for a Broadway debut in 2023, THR reports.The production, which is also planned for London and Australia, will revolve around a prequel storyline, with characters deceased in the TV GoT timeline, like Ned Stark and Jaime Lannister, alive and kicking in the stage show. Despite the many GOT prequel stories being developed for TV, the play would mark the first time beloved characters from the HBO series will be revived for a new project.The play will specifically revolve around a historical event from Westeros’ past: The Great Tourney at Harrenhal, “a landmark event that previously was shrouded in mystery … a story centered around love, vengeance, madness and the dangers of dealing in prophecy … revealing secrets and lies that have only been hinted at until now,” according to THR. Given that setting, characters like Prince Rhaegar Targaryen, legendary knight Arthur Dayne,  Robert Baratheon, Jaime Lannister, and Ned Stark would appear, likely as teenagers. Ned s sister Lyanna would also feature prominently, as her relationship with the prince — the spark that leads to Robert s Rebellion against the Mad King — is established publicly at the tournament.In other GOT news, George R.R. Martin just signed a five-year, eight-figure deal to create yet more programming for HBO and HBO Max.With half a dozen new projects in his A Song of Ice and Fire universe already in various states of development at HBO, Martin is also executive producing a pair of adaptations of other fantasy creators’ works for the network.The very busy author, producer, and entrepreneur also has a series in development at Peacock, a feature film to be directed by Paul W.S. Anderson, and, THR reports, even a theme park ride, via his experiential immersive entertainment company.Star Trek First Contact Day: Trekkies Gathering Online to Celebrate a Pivotal AnniversaryAs any devoted Trekkie – and anyone who saw the big-screen movie Star Trek: First Contact – knows, April 5, 2063, is the future date when humans first make contact with Vulcans, marking the historical beginning of collaboration, exploration, and acceptance in Trek history. Paramount and Paramount+ are celebrating the occasion with First Contact Day on April 5, a day of programming that will include panels with Trek celebrities, surprise announcements about new Trek programming, episode marathons, and the return of the #StarTrekUnitedGives initiative.Highlights of three hours of panels, hosted by Wil Wheaton and Mica Burton, include a First Contact movie anniversary reunion with Patrick Stewart, Jonathan Frakes, Brent Spiner, and Alice Krige; a “Women in Motion” panel featuring Star Trek: Discovery’s Sonequa Martin-Green, Star Trek: Picard’s Michelle Hurd and Isa Briones, and Star Trek: Lower Decks’ Dawnn Lewis, who look back at how original Trek star Nichelle Nichols helped pave the way for women of color on television and overall; and the Star Trek: Prodigy panel, with Prodigy executive producers Kevin and Dan Hageman joined by Captain Kathryn Janeway herself, Star Trek: Voyager star Kate Mulgrew, who is reprising her role in animated form in Prodigy, as they talk about the upcoming kids series from Nickelodeon.A complete list of First Contact Day events is available at StarTrek.com.
始于ip,陷于颜值,忠于社交,天下第一武道会,三魂五行,轮回地狱,兵临城下……《远征》端游给手游提供了大量验证成功的经典玩法,手游中还原也给大大提升了玩家的代入感。

Ip改编手游天生自带的粉丝号召力就是游戏成功的天然基石,不过比起知名影视作品改编手游,二次元漫改手游才是改编界的龙头老大。二次元用户现如今在我国已经是一个规模上亿的用户群体,而且二次元用户的付费意愿相对于普通用户来说要高的多,今天小编给大家盘点下近几年来不同侧重方向里做的很好的几款二次元漫改手游。
然而现实却是——一旦有批评摩尔手游的视频火了,就有自来水开始抨击up主本人,人身攻击、挖掘批评者过往的黑历史。哇,有必要吗,目前那个最火的视频up还被指责蹭热度。我倒是学那些小键盘侠们翻了翻up的视频,发现那个up是主机圈的。我就想人家主机游戏玩得快快乐乐,还不是真的想怀旧才来体验,结果吃了一嘴奥利给不给人说啦?
What it is: This hit dramedy with critics and audiences alike from creators Lauren Iungerich, Eddie Gonzalez, and Jeremy Haft follows a teen quartet played by relative newcomers Sierra Capri, Jason Genao, Brett Gray, and Diego Tinoco as they navigate high school hallways set in a very real inner-city world.Why you should watch it: What’s groundbreaking about On My Block is its articulation of everyday coming-of-age hiccups (first loves, first heartbreaks, shifting friendships, growing parental pains, party culture, and more) through the lens of a world not often depicted on screen. With a talented and diverse young cast and set in the heart of inner-city Los Angeles, the series’ transports its audience to the confined intimacy of a single American block and all that entails. Its fourth and final season premieres March 11 on Netflix.Where to watch: NetflixCommitment: Approx. 15 hours (for the first three seasons)
手游用户的学习过程,往往是从安卓渠道及营销内容接触游戏,在试玩过程中缓慢建立对精品游戏的认知。增量市场时代,因市场不成熟,内容供给不足,手游的评价、口碑体系尚未建立,获取新用户的红利大于争夺核心用户的红利。
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亚搏体育手机客户端 Star Trek offered a first look at season 4 of its Original Series prequel, Discovery, at New York Comic Con. The event took place over four days, October 7-10, and also featured a panel for The Expanse, which announced its season 6 premiere date, and trailers debuted for Outlander, Hanna, Blade Runner: Black Lotus, and more. Plus, The Wheel of Time dropped a NYCC exclusive scene, and USA s Chucky series premiered to a few Fresh reviews.TOP STORYStar Trek: Discovery Makes History with Season 4 It’s official: Michael Burnham, as played by Sonequa Martin-Green, helped ring in season 4 of Star Trek: Discovery at Saturday’s New York Comic Con panel as the first Black woman to captain a ship on a live-action Star Trek series.“Everything has led to this moment,” Martin-Green told the audience. Joined onstage by much of the Discovery cast, plus executive producer and writer Michelle Paradise, Martin-Green added, “Everything has led to sitting down in that chair and assuming that role. Of course I know what it means to me, for all the obvious reasons historically speaking and culturally speaking.”As the season 4 trailer indicates, there’s a lot of galaxy-saving action in store for Burnham and her crew. David Cronenberg is slated to return to the series as Kovich, for one, but the central threat that drives much of the season’s action is a gravitational anomaly that puts billions of lives at risk.(Photo by Michael Gibson ©Paramount+ 2021, All Rights Reserved.)“I don’t think any of us expected to have a threat this big so soon after jumping to this future,” Martin-Green said . “That was huge, and then I know, at least for Burnham, it’s a lot. Here we are again with a threat of great, great magnitude.”Wilson Cruz added of what’s to come: “We’re gonna be OK, but we have to first admit that we’re not so that we can get to the solution. So many of these characters in our cast and in our story are still being formed, they’re still learning who they are, what their strengths are, what their part is to play on this ship. And part of their growth comes through how they deal with the trauma they’ve experienced singularly and collectively.”It’s not lost on the creatives, either, that season 4 is dropping in a particularly tumultuous time. We saw echoes of real-world divisions baked into season 3, and Paradise assured that similar stakes would exist in these new episodes.“One of the things that we do, and it’s baked into the DNA of‘ Star Trek, is that Star Trek looks at everything in the world around us, and we look at ways via the show, via science fiction to reflect those things thematically,” she said. “We were looking at, when we came into the season, what is happening in the world around us? What are all of us collectively dealing with? Uncertainty is one of the big things for us thematically. Because that was happening very much in the world around us for everyone here, we’re still kind of in that. And so looking at: What does that mean for each of our characters individually? What does that mean for their relationships with one another? What does it mean for the Federation, and for non-Federation planets? What does it mean as a whole?”The Expanse To Wrap Its Final Season in Just Six EpisodesAdapting a series as densely packed with geopolitical action and rich, beloved characters as The Expanse was never going to be an easy feat. And sure, they’ve hit some snags along the way (namely a cancellation from Syfy before a pickup on Amazon Prime Video), but its creators over the years have more than done the material justice. Sadly, it’s now scheduled to come to an end December 10 with its sixth and final season, and it’s to be wrapped up in just six episodes. That’s a full novel and novella adaptation in nearly half the episodes other seasons have allotted. So should we be worried?“Six episodes to do this much material is difficult,” showrunner Naren Shankar admitted on his NYCC panel with the cast on Friday. But there were also some positives. “Every episode feels as intense as it could possibly be. You never feel like you’re letting your foot off the gas pedal. By the time you get to the end, it feels cathartic.”The book series’ co-author and series writer Ty Franck added: “We had to write every script so there was no fat in it. There was no extra. We had to tell the story we were here to tell.”(Photo by Shane Mahood/Amazon Studios)At a more intimate panel with co-star Wes Chatham on Saturday, Steven Strait shared that the streamlined final season also makes each dramatic beat even more calculated and effective. You need an end point that s very specific, Strait said. You have to be aiming for something very, very specific to get there. So, every beat is justified.”“Season 6 is basically a love letter to all of you [fans] because it’s the biggest and best thing that we have done to this point,” Chatham added. “We are so excited to be able to share it with you guys and cap off the relationship that we’ve had together. NYCC Trailers: Outlander Announces Season 6 To Premiere in Early 2022Scheduled to premiere on Starz in early 2022, Outlander debuted its first teaser trailer for season 6. Based on Diana Gabaldon’s A Breath of Snow and Ashes, the season is centered around the impending Revolutionary War.More trailers, teasers, and clips from NYCC:● In The Wheel of Time clip, we got a first look at Rosamund Pike’s entrance in The Wheel of Time, coming to Amazon Prime Video Nov. 18.● Psych 3: This Is Gus premiered its trailer and announced its debut: Nov. 18 on Peacock.● Hanna season 3 trailer announced the series Nov. 24  premiere on Amazon Prime Video.● The Blade Runner: Black Lotus premiere date wait is over. Mark your calendars for Nov. 13 to see the Adult Swim series.● Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero is already heating up 2022.More NYCC 2021 News: The Buzz Around Ghostbusters: Afterlife Gets RealIt’s always risky to revisit a classic on the big screen — especially when said classic starred screen legends Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis, Ernie Hudson, Sigourney Weaver, and Rick Moranis and went on to create a horror-comedy-action genre all its own. So a lot of eyes are on the upcoming Ghostbusters: Afterlife reboot when it hits screens next month. Fortunately, the NYCC crowd was surprised by stars Carrie Coon, Finn Wolfhard, Mckenna Grace, Logan Kim, Celeste O’Connor, and filmmaker Jason Reitman on Friday with a screening of the complete film. The early consensus? It’s a laugh-out-loud adventure and worthy successor to the originals and features a standout performance from Paul Rudd and its young star, Grace.

当然,这也不是说CF手游的氪金系统是个“缺陷”。从大R玩家的反馈来看,如果玩家有能力接受CF手游的氪金门槛,游戏还是有一定的可玩性。而且相比于《使命召唤手游》,CF手游的击杀反馈也要更强烈。 (Photo by Buena Vista Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)After a very dark and financially difficult period during the 1980s, Walt Disney Animation Studios went through what we know now as The Disney Renaissance, a decade full of critically and commercially successful animated films that changed our perception of not only what Disney films could do, but what animation itself could accomplish. With powerhouse musical numbers, moving stories, and innovations in the medium, Disney pumped out unforgettable movies for most of the decade. While everyone remembers The Little Mermaid, The Lion King, and Aladdin – and if they forgot them, the live-action remakes have surely jogged memories – there is one film that came out during this period that is as good as, if not better than, some of the big guns, but is seldom considered part of the Renaissance itself: A Goofy Movie.Featuring a small-scale story that kids can see themselves in, an excellent portrayal of teenage life and father-son relationships, and, crucially, a soundtrack filled with earworms to rival the work of Rice and Menken, the movie has something for everyone. For its 25th anniversary, we’re going to stand above the crowd and shout out loud why A Goofy Movie deserves to be considered one of the big players in the Disney Renaissance.ITS SMALL-SCALE STORY IS A REFRESHING CHANGE AND MOVING AS HELL(Photo by Buena Vista Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)Released in April of 1995, A Goofy Movie arrived on the back of several high-concept movies like The Little Mermaid, The Lion King, Aladdin, and Beauty and the Beast, the latter of which earned an Oscar nom for Best Picture. Compared to the Shakespearean tale of a lion cub having to fight to regain his crown or the fantastical story of a genie in a bottle granting wishes, or pretty MUCH everything about Beauty and the Beast, Goofy’s story was decidedly low-key: A single dad plans a fishing trip to connect with the teenage son who’s drifting away from him.A Goofy Movie doesn’t have a villain with grand designs to rule Pride Rock/Agrabah/the Ocean. Indeed, the film stays focused pretty much on Goofy (Bill Farmer) and his son Max (Jason Marsden, with Aaron Lohr as his singing voice) as they take a road trip just like they used to when Max was a kid. There is no outside force trying to ruin their lives or even their trip. Instead, the emotional weight of the movie lies in the fleeting relationship between father and son – the former who wants his son to remain a young kid while his son wants nothing more than to be treated as a young man. The tears you’ll feel by the end are enough evidence you don’t need an epic stampede to craft a beautiful and moving tale.IT DARED TO BE CONTEMPORARY BOTH IN STYLE AND IN MUSIC(Photo by Walt Disney Pictures)Where the vast majority of Disney animated films at the time were either period pieces or set in fantasy worlds, A Goofy Movie is the rare film that looks and feels of its time. Even if it features anthropomorphic dogs, the film screams ’90s, with characters wearing ripped jeans and cropped tops; as Austin Williams wrote for Vice, Max’s look is undeniably hip-hop, with an oversized hoody that “might as well have read ‘Hilfiger’ across the front.” The ’90s feel extends not only to the look, but the sound of the film.The soundtrack for A Goofy Movie mirrors the push and pull of Max and Goofy’s relationship: the songs that Goofy takes part feel more like traditional Disney; the songs Max is interested in are all about R B. On the Goofy-led side, Jack Feldman and Tom Snow wrote and composed “On the Open Road,” which includes a vocal ensemble and skews folk, and “Nobody Else But You,” the duet ballad that serves as the movie’s emotional crux and is the closest to the Broadway-heavy soundtracks of other Disney Renaissance movies.But what makes A Goofy Movie feel memorably of its time are the other two songs in the movie, the tunes that are used to show Max becoming his own man and which are entirely rooted in the mid-’90s. Right after the High School Musical-meets-Grease number “After Today,” which gives a ’90s rock musical feel to Disney’s usual “protagonist walks through town as everyone joins in song” number, comes the bombastic, moonwalk-dancing pop power anthem that is “Stand Out.”This is even reflected in the use of two (well three if you count “Lester’s Possum Park”) teams working on the score: Feldman and Snow writing for Max and Goof, and the team writing for the actual star of the film: Powerline.IT GAVE US AN ANIMATED SUPERSTAR AND A FINALE WE CAN T FORGET(Photo by Walt Disney Pictures)The first time we see the character of Powerline, he comes in the form of a cardboard cutout in a record store: a Michael Jackson-meets-Prince-meets-Bobby Brown figure with a three-line fade and an otherworldly space suit who’s meant to be the biggest star in the world of the film. Even though we only meet the real thing towards the end of the film, seeing Max moonwalking his way through the school’s auditorium while lip-syncing “Stand Out” as his classmates lose their minds tells us everything we need to know about the singer.According to Vice, when Disney set out to make A Goofy Movie, they had intended to cast Bobby Brown in the role of Powerline, which makes complete sense: After the success of “My Prerogative” and Ghostbusters II hit “On Our Own,” Brown was at the height of his career when the film was in development. But by the time the film’s production was coming to an end, Brown’s drug and alcohol problems led to the singer being replaced by a relatively less known Tevin Campbell.Campbell had already risen in popularity rather quickly. His debut album was produced by Prince and Quincy Jones, and it became certified platinum in 1994. Campbell had also appeared in Prince’s sequel to Purple Rain, as well as an episode of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, but it was with A Goofy Movie that the world was gifted the unique blend of R B sensibility and teenage appeal. Speaking with Forbes, Campbell recalls seeing the songs already written out before he was cast. “I did some dance moves at the green screen,” he said, though he doubts that they based Powerline’s dance moves off of him. Powerline’s songs were written and composed by Roy Freeland and Patrick DeRemer, and produced by David Z, who also engineered Prince’s “Purple Rain.”(Photo by Walt Disney Pictures)When we finally see Powerline on screen, he radiates swagger. In the film’s most bombastic, balls-to-the-wall music number, which sees Goofy and Max on stage with Powerline and using Goofy’s fishing moves as dance moves, the incredibly catchy hook of “I 2 I” sneaks itself into your brain and carves a nest there. And for many, it’s stayed there for 25 years. The melody sounds straight out of a power anthem from the late-’80s to mid-’90s, the lyrics are empowering, and paired with the stadium-filling stage show that Disney’s animators create, it makes for a thrilling climax. And one with emotional payoff: father and son are finally dancing to the same tune.The concert may not have the gravitas of a beast poetically returning to human form, or a new cub being foisted into the African sky, but for many Disney fans it packs almost as much punch. And it is just one of the reasons A Goofy Movie may be the strangest thing Disney put into theaters during its 1990s Renaissance, but also one of its best.Where You Can Watch It NowFandangoNOW (rent/own), Amazon (rent/own), Disney+ (subscription), Google (rent/own), iTunes (rent/own), Vudu (rent/own)A Goofie Movie was released on April 7, 1995.

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很多人都说《方舟:生存进化》手游是真正的开放世界游戏,这可不是夸张,《方舟:生存进化》手游的地图非常的大,且被官方做了细致的划分,每一片区域的地形,气候和物种组成都有很大的不同,这极大的增加了游戏的随机性。游戏里各种形态各异的原始生物是玩家生存最大的敌人,你不知道它们会在何时从什么方向对你发起攻击,玩家需要打起十二分的精神,来对抗各种突发状况。

亚搏体育手机客户端 (Photo by Phobymo /© Universal Pictures )M. Night Shyamalan moves on from his Eastrail 177 Trilogy, the grounded superhero saga that began with Unbreakable two decades ago and concluded with 2019 s Glass, with his latest theatrical release, Old, an original thriller that has M. Night Shyamalan written all over it.For starters, there s the high-concept conceit, drawn from the graphic novel Sandcastle: a set of vacationing families find themselves trapped on a secluded beach, mysteriously unable to leave, and soon discover they re aging at a rapid pace. (Among the first clues? A small child notices her pants are suddenly very tight.) Then there s the usual Shyamalan touches, beloved by so many fans, since he broke through with The Sixth Sense: a cast of incredible actors asked to play it straight in some seriously outlandish circumstances (Alex Wolff, Vicky Krieps, Gael García Bernal, among others); elegant and disorientating cinematography courtesy of frequent collaborator Mike Gioulakis; several WTF moments that will stick with you long after the credits roll; a cameo from the man himself; and maybe even a twist. (Don t worry, though, this is a spoiler-free zone.)And yet, despite some sense of familiarity, there are ways in which Old feels like nothing Night, as those who work with him know him, has ever done before – and not just because it wasn t shot in his hometown of Philadelphia. There s a go-for-broke spirit to the movie that s invigorating to witness, a quality that has increasingly infused his work since his time on the low-budget and critically acclaimed The Visit rejuvenated his passion for moviemaking.Speaking to Shyamalan a couple of week s before Old s theatrical release, we found him in a reflective mood, sharing with us that he feels more like the director who made The Sixth Sense and Unbreakable, when he was in his late 20s and early 30s, than he does feel like himself at 40, when he says he was playing it safe. When I was 20-something, those movies I was making, Unbreakable and things like that, I remember distinctly not caring about that, Shyamalan said. Now I m not all the way back there, but I feel closer to that, to the young version of me that way – as Old goes out, the provocative nature of it, its dissonant nature, is something I love. With his latest provocation about to stir up audiences, Shyamalan spoke to us about kicking safety to the curb – while also developing actual safety protocols for one of the first films shot during the COVID-19 pandemic – plus his embrace of gothic horror elements, the fear of aging, and why his movies need to be seen on the big screen.Joel Meares for Rotten Tomatoes: You’ve spoken in the past about limitations and how limitations can force creativity – and that was the case when it came to the budgets on The Visit and Split – and it rejuvenated your filmmaking in some ways. On this film, it seems you had so many limitations: You were shooting under COVID, you were under the pump on time, you were shooting in the jungle in the Dominican Republic. What was the biggest filmmaking challenge with Old and how did that lead to innovation and creativity for you?M. Night Shyamalan: I had a thought when you were talking just now that the reason that limitations cause this interesting reaction is, in many ways – and it s what the characters went through [in the movie] – you go to this thesis of, “What is most important?” It is the most important thing that bubbles up. I only have this much money, this much time: What are we trying to achieve? Well, I need to have her do this. I need to have this feeling about it. I definitely need this shot What s important bubbles up and really those are the things that you need and everything else you can throw out the window. It strips you almost of your nonsense, or the things that are not important, by creating limitations. And that s what happens to the characters in Old, obviously, when they re thinking about time speeding up so much.For me – maybe this is the way my mind works and maybe others are like this – you get clouded by more options. There are those studies, where if you give people four things to choose from, they re pretty clear, everybody s kind of in agreement about which one is the best, if it s a strawberry jam or whatever it is. But if you give them 20, everybody s confused about what s what, and you can t hold that much. So, limitations actually give you a sense of place and time and being able to know what your opinion is. I think a little bit of that happens for me, so I try to limit it as much as possible. All of these things that happen made me razor-sharp.(Photo by Phobymo /© Universal Pictures )Rotten Tomatoes: You shot this during the pandemic, and quite early on. Were COVID protocols a pressure that you had trouble with or did you roll with them? What was the impact on the production? Shyamalan: We were so early in this – we were the first ones shooting [during the pandemic] – that I was making up the COVID protocols. It was my protocols that we were going by; I became like some kind of medical sleuth or something. Luckily, a lot of my family s doctors, so I had some basis of how to do this. So I was just making up this protocol. And then when we were done, other productions asked us how we did this because we had zero cases on our production. But it was dogmatic. I knew some things about human nature: I ll never stop that crew member and that crew member from hooking up, I m never going to be able to stop that. In fact, the more I say, Don t hook up, they re going to hook up, right?So how can I create an environment where everyone can be humans and ask them to do things that are reasonable to keep us safe? I said, Here s the hotel, here s our crew. We re all staying here. You re allowed to go from here to the set and back. I ll bring you the food. I ll bring you the entertainment. Everyone is staying with us. The concierge is staying with us – everyone. Then have fun in between. Knock yourself out, but don t leave your [bubble]. Can you do this for 10 weeks? That was kind of the equation. Those were the protocols and it created a theater-camp quality to what we were doing that didn t feel like work anymore. It felt special and I want to feel that way always about making movies.(Photo by © Universal Pictures)Rotten Tomatoes: You mentioned earlier that the important stuff bubbles to the surface, and you spoke about particular shots you needed to get. This film feels in many ways like your most ambitious visually, I think, just in terms of the number of intense tracking shots and the almost Altman-esque moments where you’re picking up action and dialogue as the camera is swirling around the beach. Can you talk about the visual style of Old and your decision to really go with these extreme camera angles and approaches that are pretty disorienting?Shyamalan: Yeah. Thank you for noticing it. I think I really wanted to push the cinematography. The way we tell the story, that language is critical to the experience of it, the disorienting quality of what they were feeling on that beach, the kind of almost nightmare, the ghoulish nightmare, that they found themselves in. [We wanted to] replicate that with the emotions that are evoked from the choices of cinema. We were very much influenced by Australian New Wave movies: Walkabout, Picnic At Hanging Rock. It s funny you mentioned Altman, because he s always an influence for me and Mikey [Gioulakis, cinematographer] when we make movies. Whatever [the camera] catches, it catches it seemingly, it’s catching things on the periphery and the layers of conversation and all.As always, every shot is drawn out [first], but I got to make the movie multiple times in hand form before we shot. The pandemic didn t allow me to shoot when I wanted to shoot, but I had already been ready. So I kept on redrawing and thinking of this shot and this shot. So it was probably, I would say, since Sixth Sense, actually, the most time I spent on the shots before we went to shoot.(Photo by Phobymo /© Universal Pictures )Rotten Tomatoes: I know you ve mentioned before that you don t necessarily set out to make horror movies  per se, but I felt Old had elements – more than some of your other films – of horror, and body horror in particular. There are a few moments, without spoiling it, that we go maybe full Cronenberg-esque. How fun was it to create shocking body horror moments, which is something that I don t think you ve dabbled in quite as much as you do here?Shyamalan; No, I haven t. It s funny you should say that because, Cronenberg… it didn t strike me as that as much as, I don t know, the end of Raiders of the Lost Ark or something, or Poltergeist, where there are some Gothic elements at those moments of people melting or things like that, which I found as a child very, very evocative and my imagination, it went into another genre a little bit. I loved it tipping into Gothic horror for those moments that you re referencing, just touching it like that and then [coming] back to kind of a grounded place.Rotten Tomatoes: It certainly evokes a reaction in the audience! The movie deals with the ultimate fear for many people – and it s certainly the ultimate fear for Abbey Lee s character – aging. Is aging something that you think about consciously a lot? Shyamalan: I m strangely okay with aging. I don t go to my birthdays and feel like, Oh my God. Here we go. Okay. It s not like that, but I m fascinated with the way my mind is changing or my perception of my relationships and things is changing. It s definitely not the same as it was. I don t take in things the same way. I tried to reference that in the movie, that not only your body s changing, but you re taking in information in the world differently as you age.You were referencing Abbey s character, and for me she kind of represented a little bit of where society is going, the body image and [idea that] you re only valid because you re your own brand on Instagram. I m going to do this, I m going to filter this, and do this and do that stuff. Imagine somebody who was kind of a king at this, who was a goddess because of what she looked like, and then now on this beach it s going [away]: What bubbles up to her? What is important to her? What is important to her now that you know that [beauty] is going to get stripped from you and is of no value when time is moving this fast? So the character starts to think about other things.(Photo by Phobymo /© Universal Pictures )Rotten Tomatoes: The other question I had about aging is, how do you feel you ve changed as a director as you ve grown older? You re not an old man, of course, but you re certainly older than when you made The Sixth Sense.Shyamalan: I think I strangely feel closer to the way I was when I was late-20s and 30 now than I did when I was 40. At 40, I felt much more I wanted to be accepted. I wanted to be safe. I felt more value in finding stability and safety than in being a maverick or being like, Hey I m going to do this thing because I like it.” But when I was 20-something, those movies I was making, Unbreakable and things like that, I remember distinctly not caring about that. Now I m not all the way back there, but I feel closer to that, to the young version of me that way – as Old goes out, the provocative nature of it, its dissonant nature, is something I love.I think probably the difference now from that Unbreakable guy is that I know that that s what s going to resonate. I know it, no matter what happens in 10 days, I know that that s what s going to echo, that thing that s weird about it. Whereas the younger form of me, I felt almost ashamed of my instincts, that they were weird and different, and I was, Oh no, no, I ll do something that s easier to swallow. I remember me having that feeling like, God, those are your instincts, but people don t like that. Whereas now I m like, I know that that s the voice that they re going to remember. So there s a knowledge that came from time. So I hope I can continually risk and risk and risk and risk and not want to keep myself safe, which is what I felt when I was younger.(Photo by Phobymo /© Universal Pictures )Rotten Tomatoes: Last time we spoke, we were talking about your Apple TV+ series Servant, and you were saying that while that series is made for streaming, your movie projects are definitely intended for the big screen. And Old is coming out on the big screen – no streaming option. As we’re transitioning out of pandemic era, and everybody s watching the box office numbers, are you stressed about that at all? Also, it seems that genre films are the ones that are punching through with box office wins, like The Conjuring, A Quiet Place Part II. I wonder if you have any ideas as to why those are the kinds of films that are drawing audiences back to theaters, when others, say, aren t being as successful at this time.Shyamalan: I have two answers to that. So, first, the box office is absolutely fine. In fact, it s more buoyant and alive than ever. People want to be together. I don t buy for a second that the theater-going experience is damaged. Not for a second, no matter what corporation tells you that, complete lie. Complete lie. It is the best way to see a movie. Everyone wants to be in the best version of it. They want to experience it together. Now, there are certain genres that appeal more for that experience and one of them is when you re thrilled and you re scared. You want to see the gasps and experience it together. When you re alone and experiencing that, it feels almost bad. You want to be grabbing the person next to you or giggling because you got a scare. You want to share that experience; luckily, I m in a genre that leans towards that group experience even more.I have felt what you ve seen now, post-pandemic, is that the movies that are exclusively in the movie theater are doing extremely well and doing great. So I m very happy as we open up, the world s opening up, to come back and tell stories in the movie theater. That s my church. That s what I do for a living and the rest is a different type of experience; it s a great experience, but it s not the commitment that I m asking of you. You can t talk to your sister and make a taco. You can t do that.One of my friends was like, Oh, I love Servant. I saw that episode. It s fantastic. I was on the treadmill. I loved it. What? You watched it on the treadmill? I was like, Ah Old is in theaters from Friday July 23, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

2022-01-27
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