清风围棋下载

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我的评价是:是一款还原度很高的手游,但是这东西只能是你在玩不到端游联盟时候的解渴工具,就好像你吃不到西瓜凑合嚼两口黄瓜一样。你不能说他很难吃,但是这玩意和端游就不是一个味。 k that way. So finally, because I had been successful for a long time with comedies, I had enough influence in the Mexican industry and enough respect as a director and as a writer to get into serious subject matter. And I was developing a very ambitious movie about the origins of the cartels during World War II, between Mexico and the US. And I was going to write and direct.Issa López s Tigers Are Not Afraid. And that, of course, fell apart horribly. Back then, I felt that it was the end of the world. I had invested five years [into the project]. It was my one hope to get away from only comedies. And I didn t know yet that you can t have one project or even two or three, you have to have more because they will stumble. So when these fell apart, I had nothing, and I was going through a horrendous breakup and my father had died recently. And I had to put my dog down. It was a mess. And the one thing that kept me sane was writing every day, because I didn t have time for more in trying to resuscitate this giant. I would have squeezed writing one scene of a movie for my sanity, and that was Tigers. And eventually it came together and I looked at it and I realized I really had to make it. And I knew that it was going to be a very strange little animal – part horror, part political drama, part thriller, part fantasy, and investors and distributors hate movies that are part, part, part, part, part. They hate them. But I knew I had to bring it into the world.What were some of your favorite moments on set?López: There were so many of them. I was having a conversation a couple of days ago with my first AD, who is now a director in her own right and makes me incredibly happy. Her name is Hiromi Kamata, and she s the director of Selena: The Series. I have to say that many of the best moments in that movie didn t come from my mind. They came from the mind of my team. I love to create an environment where you trust the people you ve called to this battle with you, and they come to you and they say, I have an idea of how this can work. And sometimes it doesn t, and sometimes, it s so much better than what you had in mind. So there s a lot of her mind in that movie, but we were talking about experience, and it s kind of extraordinary how in telling such a dark painful, scary story, we had such a great time. The kids were loving. It s incredible, because you see them suffering throughout the movie, and they were having a blast. They loved it so much that at the day’s end, they came to me to pitch an idea for the sequel, because they just didn t want to stop making the movie. And I know they were enjoying it. One of my producers was saying that they had Stockholm Syndrome.How did you pool all those ideas about how the world of the movie would look like to create an immersive experience for your audience?López: For me, it was the clash between horror and hope. It s pretty much a war zone. These cities that have been abandoned by its inhabitants, either because they left or because they vanished or because they died. Entire sections of cities have become ghost towns. And these kids have taken them over and made them their own. They had decorated them with their totems and their warriors and their war paint to defend this turf. Eventually, in the movie, they move away because they are on the run into parts of town that had been taken over slowly by nature. You have rooms in which grass is growing inside and it becomes this dreamscape. I wanted to have ruin next to beauty, and that encounter gave me images like a flooded room, that idea of a broken chandelier in a pool where there s wild koi fish is what created this landscape slowly.What was it like to finally bring Tigers Are Not Afraid to audiences?López: It was a complicated journey. I thought when I started production that the complicated part was going to be getting it made, and it was not. Once it was made and finished, me and my accomplices, my team, we looked at the movie and we were like, this doesn t feel bad, and it doesn t feel similar to other things. It feels pretty unique. We felt very cocky that we could get the movie into the festivals. We were at the beginning like, should we submit to Toronto or Sundance? And eventually we got rejected from all of them, all of them – Toronto, Sundance, Berlin, Venice, Tribeca, South by Southwest, all of the festivals. It was kind of shocking because we didn t feel that necessarily we had a masterpiece, but we felt that we had something unique enough and decent enough to get in that. No.It got really painful because after getting a number of rejections, you have to question yourself. Eventually, it became funny, and I was ready to give up and make more comedies, which I will always go back to. And then I thought about the genre festivals, because it is a ghost story. And I sent it to Fantastic Fest. The first time that I saw the movie with an audience in my life was at Fantastic Fest, and I was hopeful, but I was not expecting what happened. The raw emotions I saw in the audience and the way people would stop me at the end in tears to talk to me about it, it was a beautiful shock, and it especially felt great after the journey of rejection that we had, and it snowballed from there. That long journey of trying to make a huge movie that failed, resulting in this strange tiny movie, making it, getting all the rejections, and then getting this reaction so many years later, just makes you feel that maybe karma exists, that if you never lose hope and vision of your ideals, you get there. It s a dangerous thing to believe, but I m starting to accept it.(Photo by Issa López's Tigers Are Not Afraid.)What was your experience like before taking on Tigers Are Not Afraid?López: I think that filmmakers can make a career in two very different ways. One is seizing the opportunities that you find along the path and taking whatever opportunity to try to say your own thing. The other one is the anarchist warrior that decides to make the movie that they came into the world to make. I admire those strange unicorns. I m not that. And especially, it s hard because you re a woman, and it s a lot harder to push those walls. Now, it s easier – well, it s less difficult, which is different. But when I started, that space didn t exist. Very few movies were made in Mexico. When I went into film school, eight movies were made in Mexico and those eight movies were made by the same four guys. It was unthinkable to break into that. I had to build my own way and my way of going there was through the cracks. Telenovelas shaped half of the planet. That s the truth. The only way for me to go into visual storytelling was telenovelas. And the only way to go into telenovelas was by ghost writing for other writers. I had to first ghost write then become a proper telenovela writer, then become a film writer.And at that point, Mexican cinema had a revival, but it was through comedy – romantic-comedy specifically. So I had to write rom-coms, which has never been my genre. And then I was like, okay, I can direct too. Eventually, I got a lot of respect as a comedy director. I love comedy, but the truth is that little girl that watched horror movies and genre, and a little bit of Bergman and perhaps too much of Tarkovsky wanted to make a movie for me, for that little girl. And that s how Tigers happened.López cites Poltergeist as an early influence. (Photo by © MGM/courtesy Everett Collection)Jumping back in time, who were some of the first directors that influenced you?López: It was a very strange mix because I was, on one hand, a regular kid who just loved movies. And on the other hand, I was raised by my dad because my mom died when I was very young. My dad was obsessed with European cinema, art house cinema, and the big film masters. At the time, Tarkovsky was at the height of his  popularity, everybody was discovering the next Tarkovsky movie and we would go when I was six, eight, 10-years-old, and I would sit and watch Solaris. Because your taste is not completely gelled at that age, I could completely enjoy Solaris without questions about pacing, because everything is new for you. At the same time, I was obsessed with Spielberg s movies and I was completely captured by the idea of Poltergeist or The Goonies.I never thought I could make cinema by watching Bergman, but when I watched E.T., I was so completely floored and transported by that experience. I grew up in Mexico City, and I had this feeling that someone needs to do this [movie], but in Mexico. It hasn t been done. Briefly, I entertained the idea that I was going to abandon my dream of becoming an archeologist to become a filmmaker. Then I decided I was going to be serious, be an archeologist. That was not serious though, and I went back to cinema. I discovered down the line that it was more about Raiders of the Lost Ark than what it was about archeology.You’ve alluded to it already a little, but this industry is not always welcoming to women. Has that changed at all in your experience?López: I believe that this year has been crucial. I think we re seeing it in the awards season, and you can take it seriously or not, but it is a signal of something. It s a sign of something. It s signaling something. If you look at the hopefuls, you re going to see a lot of women filmmakers in a way that you didn t see even a couple of years ago. And I think that part of it is the awareness that started in 2017, which is the year I opened Tigers. And the awareness of how an entire industry had been brutally, not only unfair, but punishing for the entire female part of it.Tarkovsky s Solaris. (Photo by Courtesy the Everett Collection)Genre film has a macho reputation – it’s dominated by male filmmakers targeting male audiences. What has that side of the industry been like for women recently?López: Well, that was a particularly complicated landscape. First of all, the perception of genre has changed. Thank the gods on this one. When I first moved to LA to try to pursue making movies here, I had the first meetings with the studios and with reps and whatnot, I would mention that I loved horror and I had some horror ideas. Inevitably, the room would cool down, and they would be like, Oh. And eventually someone spelled it out to me, which is: Horror is great, but it was like the B-movies at that point, and I m talking 10 years ago, not that long ago; if you have a chance of making anything non-horror, do that, because once you re a horror director, that s it, you re a horror directorBecause it was perceived like a gritty B-movie universe, women really didn t have a place there. It s funny because if you look at the numbers of audiences that appreciate horror, so many of them are women. It s funny that the vocal ones were guys, but so many women love a good ghost story. I m not a huge fan of slasher films, but I know so many women are obsessed with the slasher movies. It s this misconception about gender roles, it s just not feminine to like movies with ax-wielding maniacs. Well, turns out it is. It is pretty f king feminine, and we have this incredibly violent genre of movies being made by women.Could you tell us about some of the projects on the horizon for you?López: It s a lot of things, too many. I did learn my lesson of, in Spanish we say, Don t put all your eggs in one basket, honey. I don t do that anymore, so I have a lot of baskets and a lot of eggs. I have a movie produced by Noah Hawley, who I didn t know before. Noah is the writer and producer, creator of Fargo, the series, and of Legion. We have a project called The Book of Souls about how humanity runs out of souls to put in newborns and we can only get the souls of people who die and the mechanics that awakens in the world. It s a meditation on privilege, too. All of these languages, all of those themes, resonated with me. So, that s one thing.I have a thing with Jason Blum that is an adaptation of an amazing article that Epic Magazine published. The article is written by Daniel Hernandez, a really great journalist, and it s about a Catholic school – this is a real case outside of Mexico City in a very, very poor area, a massive boarding school that recruits girls from all over Mexico, from the poorest areas, to give them an opportunity to study high school and advance in life. It s a Catholic boarding school. In 2007, there was an epidemic of hysteric attacks where the girls became paralyzed and they couldn t move. They would have extreme pain and seizures, and they were convinced they were cursed. It was a huge scandal in Mexico, and eventually it vanished, but what really happened with these 600 girls that felt they were cursed? At the same time, it’s about faith and the strange images Catholicism and ideas Catholicism puts in our heads. It s about access, how you come from areas where you have no privileges, you have to accept whatever life puts in front of you. It s about being a woman that is always at risk, be it in the fringes of society or even when you re put under protection, you re actually still at risk.One of López s upcoming project will see her collaborate with Guillermo del Toro. (Photo by Kerry Hayes/Universal Pictures)I have a werewolf western with Guillermo del Toro, and that s completely different. That s a completely male story. It s about male revenge, pain, and old, old debts that characters have to pay and the journey they go through that. In the end, it s about the beast that we all try to keep controlled, but we really can t control. I also have a project of my own. I think it s very important as a filmmaker to always have one movie that nobody asked for, which was what Tigers was for me. That is called A Girl with a Thousand Names, and it s all children. I m super excited about that one.Who are some of the up-and-coming women directors people should keep an eye out for?López: Well, what Chloé Zhao is doing is insane, and as I was saying a moment ago, awards season is here and she s going to take everything that she hasn t taken yet. Here she already took everything and it s fascinating, these contemplative, melancholic, incredibly lyrical movies. It s not only about female characters. What she did last year was amazing, too. I m very curious where she s going to go with that. There’s Ana Lily Amirpour: A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night is so aesthetic and so badass and so absolutely unique and its own animal that I m very curious about what she s going to do. I personally know Coralie Fargeat (Revenge), who also can direct action and gore and violence like nobody s business. She can make ugliness beautiful. I don t know what Coralie is doing, I m just so curious. She s amazing.Mati Diop! Atlantics is, I m pretty sure, is my favorite 2019 movie, and I was kind of disappointed that it didn t get the attention I felt it deserved. That movie s at the same time a whodunit, a ghost story, a love story, the political reality of what s happening in the Arabian states where you have extreme riches and extreme poverty, and it s beautiful to look at. It has everything. I think I ve watched it like five times.And finally, who are some of the women directors that inspire you?López: First of all, and foremost, I m going to go with St. Kathryn Bigelow, because I feel that she s been doing this for a while. Another thing that I admire about Bigelow enormously is her ability to move between genres. She doesn t care much about genre, but she cares about character and story. She started with horror, with vampires no less, and it s very hard to make a vampire story that is not silly. She s done heist movies, some of the best in the world, classics really at this point. And she s done sci-fi and she s done the most serious political thrillers that we ve seen. Hurt Locker, for me, is really one of the best movies that I ve seen. It s, for me, top 10, that movie. It s at the same time a character study, it s a study of political conflict, of imperialism, of the seduction of violence, and it keeps you on the edge of your seat. It s just amazing.Issa López s Tigers Are Not Afraid is available now on Vudu and FandangoNOW. Issa López s 10 Films for Women’s History Month
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Ratched – Sept. 18Who: Sarah Paulson, Cynthia Nixon, Judy Davis, Sharon Stone, Jon Jon Briones, Finn Wittrock, Charlie Carver, Alice Englert, Amanda Plummer, Corey Stoll, Sophie Okonedo, Brandon Flynn and Vincent D’OnofrioWhat: From Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan, Ratched is a suspenseful drama series that tells the origin story of asylum nurse Mildred Ratched. In 1947, Mildred arrives in Northern California to seek employment at a leading psychiatric hospital where new and unsettling experiments have begun on the human mind. On a clandestine mission, Mildred presents herself as the perfect image of what a dedicated nurse should be, but the wheels are always turning and as she begins to infiltrate the mental health care system and those within it, Mildred’s stylish exterior belies a growing darkness that has long been smoldering within, revealing that true monsters are made, not born.Away – Sept. 4Who: Hilary Swank, Josh Charles and Talitha BatemanWhat: From Executive Producer Jason Katims, Away is a thrilling, emotional drama on an epic scale that celebrates the incredible advancements humans can achieve and the personal sacrifices they must make along the way. As American astronaut Emma Green prepares to lead an international crew on the first mission to Mars, she must reconcile her decision to leave behind her husband and teenage daughter when they need her the most. As the crew s journey into space intensifies, their personal dynamics and the effects of being away from their loved ones back on Earth become increasingly complex. Away shows that sometimes to reach for the stars, we must leave home behind.Enola Holmes – Sept. 23Who: Millie Bobby Brown, Henry Cavill, Sam Claflin, and Helena Bonham CarterWhat: Based on the book series of the same name, Enola Holmes follows the younger sister of Sherlock and brother Mycroft, as she tries to solve the mystery of her mother s disappearance when her siblings try to send her off to a boarding school.The Boys in the Band – Sept. 30Who: Jim Parsons, Zachary Quinto, Matt Bomer, Andrew Rannells, Charlie Carver, Robin de Jesús, Brian Hutchison, Michael Benjamin Washington and Tuc WatkinsWhat: The Boys in the Band returns to the screen in a new adaptation that reunites acclaimed director Joe Mantello with the all-star cast of the Tony-winning, 2018 Broadway production. In 1968 New York City when being gay was still considered to be best kept behind closed doors a group of friends gather for a raucous birthday party hosted by Michael (Jim Parsons), a screenwriter who spends and drinks too much, in honor of the sharp-dressed and sharp-tongued Harold (Zachary Quinto). Other partygoers include Donald (Matt Bomer), Michael’s former flame, now mired in self-analysis; Larry (Andrew Rannells), a randy commercial artist living with Hank (Tuc Watkins), a school teacher who has just left his wife; Bernard (Michael Benjamin Washington), a librarian tiptoeing around fraught codes of friendship alongside Emory (Robin de Jesús), a decorator who never holds back; and a guileless hustler (Charlie Carver), hired to be Harold’s gift for the night. What begins as an evening of drinks and laughs gets upended when Alan (Brian Hutchison), Michael’s straight-laced college roommate, shows up unexpectedly and each man is challenged to confront long-buried truths that threaten the foundation of the group’s tight bond.The Trial of the Chicago 7 – Oct. 16Who: Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Sacha Baron Cohen, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Michael Keaton, Frank Langella,John Carroll Lynch, Eddie Redmayne, Mark Rylance, Alex Sharp, Jeremy Strong, Noah Robbins, Danny Flahery, Ben Skenkman, Kelvin Harrison Jr., Caitlin Fitzgerald, Alice Kremelberg, John Doman, J.C. MacKenzie, Damien Young, Wayne Duvall and C.J. WilsonWhat: What was intended to be a peaceful protest at the 1968 Democratic National Convention turned into a violent clash with police and the National Guard. The organizers of the protest—including Abbie Hoffman, Jerry Rubin, Tom Hayden and Bobby Seale—were charged with conspiracy to incite a riot and the trial that followed was one of the most notorious in history.Unsolved Mysteries, volume 2 – Oct. 1Rebecca – Oct. 21Who: Lily James, Armie Hammer, Kristin Scott Thomas, Keeley Hawes, Ann Dowd, Sam Riley, Tom Goodman-Hill, Mark Lewis Jones, John Hollingworth and Bill PatersonWhat: After a whirlwind romance in Monte Carlo with handsome widower Maxim de Winter, a newly married young woman arrives at Manderley, her new husband’s imposing family estate on a windswept English coast. Naive and inexperienced, she begins to settle into the trappings of her new life, but finds herself battling the shadow of Maxim’s first wife, the elegant and urbane Rebecca, whose haunting legacy is kept alive by Manderley’s sinister housekeeper Mrs. Danvers.The Crown,  season 4 – Nov. 15Who: Olivia Colman as Queen Elizabeth II, Tobias Menzies as Prince Philip, Helena Bonham Carter as Princess Margaret, Gillian Anderson as Margaret Thatcher, Erin Doherty as Princess Anne, Josh O’Connor as Prince Charles, Marion Bailey as The Queen Mother and Emma Corrin as Diana SpencerWhat: As the 1970s are drawing to a close, Queen Elizabeth and her family find themselves preoccupied with safeguarding the line of succession by securing an appropriate bride for Prince Charles, who is still unmarried at 30. As the nation begins to feel the impact of divisive policies introduced by Britain s first female Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, tensions arise between her and the Queen, which only grow worse as Thatcher leads the country into the Falklands War, generating conflict within the Commonwealth. While Charles’ romance with a young Lady Diana Spencer provides a much-needed fairytale to unite the British people, behind closed doors, the Royal family is becoming increasingly divided.Sarah Cooper: Everything s Fine,  comedy specialEmily In ParisWho: Lily Collins, Ashley ParkWhat: From creator, writer, and executive producer Darren Star (Younger, Sex and the City) comes the story of Emily, an ambitious twenty-something marketing executive from Chicago, who unexpectedly lands her dream job in Paris when her company acquires a French luxury marketing company — and she is tasked with revamping their social media strategy. Emily s new life in Paris is filled with intoxicating adventures and surprising challenges as she juggles winning over her work colleagues, making friends, and navigating new romances.The Haunting of Bly ManorWho: According to The Wrap, the cast includes Henry Thomas, Victoria Pedretti, Catherine Parker, Oliver Jackson-Cohen, Kate Siegel, Rahul Kohli, T’Nia Miller,  Amelia Eve, Benjamin Ainsworth and Amelie Smith.What: The Haunting of Hill House sequel will focus on a new story, with new characters, though some of the actors will return.Over the Moon [movie]Who: Cathy Ang, Phillipa SooWhat: Fueled with determination and a passion for science, a bright young girl builds a rocket ship to the moon to prove the existence of a legendary Moon Goddess. There she ends up on an unexpected quest, and discovers a whimsical land of fantastical creatures. Directed by animation legend Glen Keane, and produced by Gennie Rim and Peilin Chou.ABC | CBS | Fox | NBC | Cable | Streaming | The CW (2021)THE CW (Fall and January 2021)Spring is the new fall at The CW. Production on the network s fan-favorite superhero shows was dealt a huge blow by the pandemic shutdown, so it moved most  its lineup to early 2021. Below, the network s current plans for fall and midseason.(Photo by The CW)Fall 2020FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 188 p.m.: Masters of Illusion8:30 p.m.: Masters of Illusion (repeat)9 p.m.: World s Funniest Animals (series premiere)9:30 p.m.: World s Funniest Animals (new episode)SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 278-10 p.m.: IHeartRadio Music Festival (night one)SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 288-10 p.m.: IHeartRadio Music Festival (night two) SUNDAY, OCTOBER 48 p.m.: Pandora (season 2 premiere)TUESDAY, OCTOBER 68-9:30 p.m.: Swamp Thing (broadcast premiere)WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 78 p.m.: Devils (series premiere)9 p.m.: Coroner (season 2 premiere)THURSDAY, OCTOBER 88 p.m.: Supernatural (season return)9 p.m.: The Outpost (season 3 premiere)TUESDAY, OCTOBER 138 p.m.: Swamp Thing (original episode)9 p.m.: Tell Me a Story (season 2 broadcast premiere)THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 198 p.m.: Supernatural: The Long Road Home (finale special)9 p.m.: Supernatural (series finale)JANUARY 2021MONDAY8 p.m.: All American9 p.m.: Black LightningTUESDAY8 p.m.: The Flash9 p.m.: Superman Lois Who: Tyler Hoechlin, Bitsie Tulloch, Emmanuelle Chriqui, and Dylan WalshWhat: From executive producers Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, and Geoff Johns, it’s the story of Clark/Superman and Lois, married with children: two sons, who may or may not have inherited their dad’s superpowers. WEDNESDAY8 p.m.: Riverdale9 p.m.: Nancy DrewTHURSDAY8 p.m.: Walker Who: Jared Padalecki, Coby Bell, Molly Hagen, Lindsey Morgan, Keegan Allen, Violet Brinson, and Kale CulleyWhat: The remake of Walker, Texas Ranger finds Cordell Walker (Padalecki), a widower with two kids, returning to his hometown to try to connect with his family and a new work environment after being undercover for two years.9 p.m.: LegaciesFRIDAY8 p.m.: Penn Teller: Fool Us9 p.m.: Whose Line Is It Anyway?9:30 p.m.: Whose Line Is It Anyway?SUNDAY8 p.m.: Batwoman9 p.m.: CharmedOther new midseason seriesKung FuWho: Olivia Liang, Tzi Ma, Shannon Dang, Jon Prasida, Gavin Stenhouse, Eddie Liu, Gwendoline Yeo and Kheng Hua TanWhat: After a sabbatical to a monastery in China, a young Chinese American woman returns to her San Francisco home to find the city overrun with organized crime. So she sets out to clean it up with the help of her friends, family, her martial arts skills, and her Shaolin values.The Republic of SarahWho: Stella Baker, Luke Mitchell, Megan Follows, Hope Lauren, Nia Holloway, Ian Duff, and Forrest GoodluckWhat: A high school teacher uses a legal loophole to declare independence for her town and start her own country when she and some likeminded citizens are unhappy with its direction.ABC | CBS | Fox | NBC | Cable | Streaming | The CW (2021)Thumbnail image photo credits: Disney+; National Geographic/Richard DuCree; CBS清风围棋下载Power ended its six-season run last week, but fans of the 50 Cent–produced Starz drama won’t have a chance to miss the action, as the cable network has plans for four Power spin-off dramas. The previously-announced Power Book II: Ghost will be followed by Power Book III: Raising Kanan, Power Book IV: Influence, and Power Book V: Force.The Lionsgate-produced series will kick off with the sequel Ghost, which will pick up just days after the, ahem, killer action in the Power finale.“The sequel then follows Tariq navigating his new life, in which his desire to shed his father’s legacy comes up against the mounting pressure to save his family,” according to Starz’ official description of Ghost. Oscar nominee Mary J. Blige and Method Man star, while Michael Rainey Jr., Shane Johnson, Naturi Naughton, Gianni Paolo, and Quincy Tyler Bernstine will return from the original series. The Bobby Brown Story breakout Woody McClain will also join the cast.Raising Kanan will be a prequel that takes viewers back to the 1990s and the pivotal years of 50 Cent’s Kanan; the sequel Influence will follow Larenz Tate’s Rashad Tate in his relentless pursuit of political power; and Force will follow Ghost’s best friend Tommy Egan (Joseph Sikora) after he cuts ties with his New York friends and leaves the city behind.Starz has yet to announce premiere dates for any of the Power follow-ups.Casting News: Gugu Mbatha-Raw Will Be the Female Lead in Loki at Disney+(Photo by George Pimentel/Getty Images)The Morning Show star Gugu Mbatha-Raw will join another streaming series, as she’s signed on to play the female lead in Disney+’s Loki series. Details on the role, which will put Mbatha-Raw in a cast with Tom Hiddleston, Owen Wilson, and Sophia Di Martino, are sparse, but the project brings the actress back into the Disney fold after her big-screen performances in A Wrinkle in Time and Beauty and the Beast. (Deadline)Emily Blunt will return to television for the first time since her role in the 2005 ABC miniseries Empire, with The English, a Western for Amazon and BBC. Honorable Woman writer and director Hugo Blick is behind the multi-part series. (Variety)Gilmore Girls alum Lauren Graham will star in and be a co-executive producer on Disney+’s The Mighty Ducks 10-episode series. Graham will play Alex, mom to 12-year-old Evan (Good Boys star Brady Noon). When Evan gets dumped from the Ducks hockey team, mom and son decide to start their own team, assembling a squad of lovable misfits who will challenge the uber-competitive Ducks. The series, set in Minnesota, begins production this month in Vancouver, for a late 2020 premiere. Meanwhile Emilio Estevez will also star in the series, returning to the franchise as Coach Gordan Bombay, and as an executive producer.Game of Thrones star Nathalie Emmanuel has been cast in the Kevin Hart/John Travolta Quibi comedy action series Die Hart. She will play a rival student at the action-hero school the fictionalized version of Hart attends. (Deadline)Scandal and Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce alum Paul Adelstein will play the POTUS’ chief of staff in Showtime’s pilot for The President Is Missing, an adaptation of the book of the same name by Bill Clinton and James Patterson. (Deadline)Speechless and The Walking Dead alum Kyla Kennedy will play Ted Danson’s daughter in NBC’s upcoming Tina Fey–produced comedy about a wealthy businessman who becomes the mayor of Los Angeles. (The Wrap)Eric Balfour (Six Feet Under) and Janet Varney (You’re the Worst) have joined the cast of Country Comfort, Netflix’s upcoming comedy in which American Idol alum Katharine McPhee plays a country singer who becomes the nanny for a cowboy played by Eddie Cibrian (CSI: Miami). Balfour and Barney play those characters’ boyfriend and girlfriend. (Deadline)(Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images; Daniele Venturelli/Getty Images for Fendi)Diane Kruger and Kiernan Shipka will star in a Quibi series remake of the 1994 dark comedy movie Swimming with Sharks, taking over the roles played by Kevin Spacey (as the vile studio exec) and Frank Whaley (as the bullied assistant). (Deadline)Will Arnett and comedian Gabriel Iglesias will appear as guest judges on the current season of The Masked Singer. (EW)Drake Josh star Josh Peck will star in the Disney+ series version of the Tom Hanks movie Turner Hooch, the buddy comedy about a cop (now a U.S. marshal in the series), and the pooch, Hooch, he’s partnered with. The series, from Burn Notice creator Matt Nix, has a 12-episode order from the streaming service.Star Trek: The Next Generation and The Big Bang Theory alum Wil Wheaton will host an esports competition series that will put 12 gamers in a house together and pit them against each other with a 0,000 grand prize for the last gamer gaming. The series will debut in the spring, on an as-yet-unspecified streaming service. (THR)City on a Hill and Justified alum Jonathan Tucker will star in NBC’s drama pilot Debris, about two agents from different parts of the world who team up to investigate the crash of an alien spaceship and the impact its wreckage is having on Earth’s population.The Walking Dead and American Horror Story alum John Carroll Lynch will star in ABC’s upcoming cop drama The Big Sky, playing a Montana state trooper involved in the central kidnapping investigation of the series. (THR)Supergirl alums Odette Annable and Chris Wood have been cast as the daughter and son of Hope (Mel Harris) and Michael (Ken Olin) on ABC’s thirtysomething spin-off pilot, thirtysomething(else). (Deadline)The Young and the Restless and Life in Pieces alum Hunter King will star in ABC’s comedy pilot Prospect, about a 19th century Boston woman who moves to a small prairie town to be a schoolteacher, only to arrive and learn that she’s teaching rowdy ranch workers, not kids. (Deadline)Swoosie Kurtz will play the mother of Mayim Bialik’s character in the upcoming Fox comedy Call Me Kat.Hobbit franchise star Martin Freeman and Girls alum Alex Karpovsky have joined the cast of the Peacock limited series Angelyne, about the titular queen of Los Angeles billboards. Freeman will play the owner of a printing company who worked with Angelyne (Emmy Rossum) on the billboards, while Karpovsky plays The Hollywood Reporter writer who scooped the story about Angelyne’s past. (THR)Sex and the City alum John Corbett will play the husband of Katey Sagal’s Erin Brockovich–inspired character in ABC’s drama pilot Rebel. (Deadline)Development News: Ray Donovan Revived?(Photo by Jeff Neumann/SHOWTIME)Showtime left viewers with a lot of unfinished business when it pulled the plug on Ray Donovan at the end of its recently-concluded seventh season, but series star Liev Schreiber’s Instagram post this week hints strongly that fans’ reaction to the cancellation and calls for the series to return elsewhere are going to lead to more Ray. “… it seems like your voices have been heard,” he wrote. “Too soon to say how or when, but with a little luck and your ongoing support, there will be more Ray Donovan. So to all the Donofans who got their bats out and beat the odds, thank you.”Jessica Jones star Kristen Ritter is the star of a serial killer comedy that Deadline reports is the subject of a bidding war among Hulu, Netflix, FX, Amazon, and HBO Max. Based on the William Schlichter book SKA: Serial Killer Anonymous, the series revolves around a support group for serial killers (including Ritter’s character). The untitled pilot reunites the actress with Nahnatchka Khan, who created Ritter’s 2012 ABC comedy Don’t Trust the B - in Apartment 23. (Deadline)CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, which eventually spawned three spin-off series, will reportedly make a comeback via a limited edition series that will include series creator Anthony Zuiker and executive producer Jerry Bruckheimer, as well, possibly, as the original series cast. The Las Vegas–set drama, which will turn 20 in October, starred William Petersen, Marg Helgenberger, Ted Danson, and Laurence Fishburne at various points during its 15-season run. (THR)(Photo by Amblin Entertainment)Fox is getting in The Goonies business, in a somewhat complicated way: the network has ordered an untitled drama pilot about a woman who returns to her economically depressed hometown after failing to make her dreams come true in New York. Upon her return, she agrees to help three film students make their shot-for-shot remake of The Goonies. The Bold Type creator Sarah Watson will write and executive produce the pilot, while The Goonies movie director and producer Richard Donner will also be an executive producer on the pilot. (Variety)The Masked Singer is going on tour, with 45 stops starting in Detroit on May 28. Each performance will include the unmasking of a celebrity guest.Netflix is producing a docuseries about Japanese tennis superstar Naomi Osaka, covering her recent streak of playing in every Grand Slam tournament and her preparation to compete in the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day in April, Discovery Channel will air the documentary The Story of Plastic, about the worldwide effects of plastic pollution on our planet and people. (Deadline)In a tweet that seems to hint that a podcast is on its way, Scrubs star Zach Braff asked, “Should we do a Scrubs rewatch podcast?” The tweet was accompanied by a photo of Braff and co-star Donald Faison, who are among the cast who will gather for a Scrubs reunion at the ATX TV Festival in June.Most Disturbing Rick and Morty YetMy 3D depiction of what Rick and Morty would look like in real life. pic.twitter.com/jsftSKXTrQ Miguel Vasquez (@Itsmiketheboxer) February 8, 2020What would Rick and Morty look like as real humans? Artist Miguel Vasquez, famous for his statue of a “real life” version of Homer Simpson, has given the same treatment to the Adult Swim characters, and it’s as cool, and creepy, as you’d imagine.

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Alfred Hitchcock famously made cameos in nearly all of his films. As far as trailers for those films went, though, he often made much more than a cameo – he was the star. “Hitch” led audiences on a tour through the Bates home and motel for the famous trailer for his 1960 chiller Psycho and, in a trailer for The Birds, jovially lectured us on the ways humans have helped our winged friends over the years – making hats of them, putting them in gilded cages… even making meals of them. (It was never going to end well.)For this episode of Rotten Tomatoes’ new video series, ‘Trailers Reloaded,’ we’re reliving the best of Hitchcock’s trailers – for films like Psycho and The Birds, Dial M for Murder and To Catch a Thief. It’s a journey back through time that offers a fascinating perspective on how movie advertising has changed, and one that proves the Master of Suspense was also a masterful builder of audience anticipation.In Trailers Reloaded you can re-experience your own awesome sense of anticipation for some of the biggest movies ever, with collections of trailers ranging from Hitchcock classics right through to the Harry Potter movies and Marvel’s epic teasers for the films of the MCU. The series is just one of many new series you can find on The Rotten Tomatoes Channel, now available on The Roku Channel and Peacock, and soon to be available on XUMO TV, and beyond. The channel is a 24/7 non-stop ode to the best in movies and TV, packed with nostalgic looks back at great moments and awesome trailers, interviews with mega-stars and game-changing filmmakers, and trivia, games, and hilarious debates. Check it out – we think you’ll like it.Learn more about The Rotten Tomatoes Channel and where to watch it.

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9.36.8 6月喜迎(Photo by Paramount Pictures)The movie Airplane!, which celebrates its 40th anniversary on July 2, is routinely regarded as the crème de la crème of spoof films.Filmmakers Jim Abrahams and brothers David Zucker and Jerry Zucker’s goofy comedy is meant to be a send-up of the Airport movies of the 1970s which capitalized on large star-studded casts and even larger theatrics as well as other films. It s Certified Fresh at 97% on the Tomatometer, and decades after its release, it still regularly makes it onto people’s lists of favorite comedies, even as the spoof comedy has fallen out of vogue.Simply put, Airplane! works because it covers something that is deathly serious  an airline disaster but doesn’t take itself too seriously. In addition to an inflatable cockpit autopilot named Otto and Lloyd Bridges’ increasingly frantic control tower supervisor he picked the wrong week to quit smoking, drinking, taking amphetamines, and sniffing glue there’s a running joke centered on whether Leslie Nielsen s Dr. Rumack understands the difference between the woman’s name Shirley and the adverb “surely.”But, even prospective first-time viewers who might balk at the spoiler-heavy paragraph above would clearly have gotten a sense of what kind of film Airplane! is from its title alone. Or, more specifically, from the exclamation point in its title.“An exclamation point is usually used for a different meaning… like a strength or importance or [to get you to] pay attention,” says Mike Kaplan, a film marketing strategist also known for his extensive collection of vintage movie posters. “With Airplane!, as I remember it, it’s a satire on the other movies that have used it. It’s an interesting jumping-off point for sure.”Kaplan, who worked on posters and campaigns for films like A Clockwork Orange, says it’s not necessarily a bad thing to see punctuation used in cinematic titles or posters as long as it “works organically” and doesn’t have the “feeling that it s been manipulated.” The point is to not be bothered by it, to almost forget it’s there.Before we spoke, he said he never paid much attention to the use of the symbol. He then remembered he’d worked on a couple campaigns that used it, including director Lindsay Anderson’s 1973 dramedy, O Lucky Man!, which stars Malcolm McDowell. Kaplan participated in a documentary about Anderson in which McDowell tells the story that the film was originally meant to be called Lucky Man, but that Anderson changed the title after reading the treatment because, Kaplan says, “that’s signifying it s more important, and that a title like Lucky Man could mean… you’re lucky for different things. But O Lucky Man! gives it a universality and importance, almost a philosophical statement.” Kaplan says he remembers the exclamation point coming in around when he did the film’s first title treatment. Anderson, whom he recalls had distinct handwriting and always wrote with red Pentel pens, responded back by noting a red exclamation point next to the title. Kaplan says it was “just the icing on the cake.”(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)As with O Lucky Man!, the exclamation point in Airplane! does a lot of the heavy lifting from a marketing standpoint. The symbol is almost shouting to the audience that the film doesn’t take itself too seriously and that some zany hijinks are in store.But this wasn’t always the case. The exclamation point used to be revered, and it was only used to signify grandeur and grab your attention. You see it in the 1960s musicals Hello, Dolly! and Oliver!.Robert Lee, a musical theatre writer who is on the faculty of the Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, says he doesn’t know for sure why either of those two musicals has an exclamation point in its title, although he points out that both are set in the 1800s and “trade in nostalgia.” He wonders if they’re there to channel “old-time theater handbills” from an era when literacy rates were lower and when the exclamation point was used as a sort of punctuational carnival barker on posters to grab your attention. He also adds that both are titles derived from the leads’ names and songs sung about them.Both were also known for show-stopping numbers, and their trailers create the feeling that these are films the whole family cannot miss (even though the latter’s focus on starving London orphans isn’t exactly a happy-go-lucky topic).They’re also both based on stage productions, a medium that has a long love affair with the symbol. The double-punctuated musical revue Oh! Calcutta!, which debuted Off-Broadway in 1969, has what a 2015 New York Daily News article describes as “a pair of grammatical jazz hands.” The article quotes a branding specialist who says the title for that production works because it brings urgency, excitement and humor.”(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)Abrahams and the Zucker brothers wrote the screenplay for their comedic masterpiece based on the 1957 film Zero Hour!, a World War II drama from director Hall Bartlett that takes itself extremely seriously (the Zuckers bought the rights to the film, so there’s no issue of copyright infringement). A a representative for David Zucker confirms that the filmmakers kept the exclamation point in their film’s title for that reason. They would go on to use it for other screwball spoofs like Top Secret! (a parody on both musicals and Cold War-era spy films) and their TV series Police Squad! (a knock on cop dramas), the precursor to the Naked Gun films.Henry Fuhrmann is a professor at University of Southern California’s Annenberg School of Communications and Journalism and a former chief of the Los Angeles Times copy editing desk – where he had a reputation, among myself and others, for his extreme distaste for the exclamation point. During our interview, he thinks of classic front-page headlines where the exclamation point was unavoidable, such as the one for D-Day that screamed Invasion! But he also references the F. Scott Fitzgerald quote: “Cut out all these exclamation points. An exclamation point is like laughing at your own joke.”(Photo by Douglas Aircraft Co./Los Angeles Times)He says that exclamation points were usually thought to be unnecessary in formal writing, because if a sentence “has the right active, strong verb, it will connote the tenor of the drama that you’re trying to say.”Fuhrmann says it’s a testament to Airplane! that not including the exclamation point is “an obvious error to anyone” because “you just know it’s a part of the title. Brands like Yahoo!, which also uses the punctuation symbol, do not get the same kind of respect.“It definitely works in Airplane!,” he says, because “it s just a small thing with potentially great power, and that’s what makes punctuation so interesting.”But the advent of social media has made us crave an even stronger hit of punctuation endorphins. Fuhrmann points to Gretchen McCulloch’s 2019 book Because Internet: Understanding the New Rules of Language. There, McCulloch argues that our language has evolved so that the exclamation point connotes “warmth or sincerity, rather than just excitement.” The Comedy Central series Corporate, a dark satire about white-collar desk jockeys, directly addresses this. A broken keyboard forces one of the leads to stop using exclamation points in his emails, resulting in his bosses feeling personally attacked.pic.twitter.com/EKYFzrL95B comedycentral (@ComedyCentral) February 4, 2019However, McCulloch equates the overuse of exclamation points to “hyperbolic adjectives” like the word awesome that “lose their force through overuse.” These days, an exclamation point just doesn t convey as much as it used to. Does this mean that any potential remake of Airplane! will inevitably require multiple exclamation points in its title? Surely you can t be serious.Where You Can Watch It NowFandangoNOW (rent/own), Amazon (rent/own), Google (rent/own), iTunes (rent/own), Netflix (stream) Vudu (rent/own)Airplane! was released on July 2, 1980.
Taupin s new song for Rocketman, (I m Gonna) Love Me Again, is the one we think should and will win next Sunday. It s racked up a number of awards already, gives the Academy the chance to honor the largely snubbed Rocketman, and, well, all those years of hosting Oscar parties are surely set to pay off for Elton, right?Sound Editing(Photo by © Universal)Who will win?Oliver Tarney and Rachael Tate – 1917 (2019) 89%Who should win?The precise sound effects of 1917 work with the incredible cinematography of Roger Deakins to plunge audiences in the trenches, and that s why it s our pick for the one that should and will win in this category.Sound Mixing(Photo by © Twentieth Century Fox)Who will win?Paul Massey, David Giammarco, and Steven A. Morrow – Ford v Ferrari (2019) 92%Who should win?Ford v. Ferrari. If the precise sound editing of 1917 puts you in the trenches of WWI, the sound work on Ford v. Ferrari places you squarely in the driver s seat for some epic F1 racing. We re predicting a split ticket in the sound awards so the Academy can allow itself to honor both films for their incredible sonic achievements.Makeup and Hairstyling(Photo by © Lionsgate)Who will win?Kazu Kiro, Anne Morgan, and Vivian Baker – Bombshell (2019) 68%Who should win?Ever since Charlize Theron emerged from the elevator in the trailer for Bombshell looking eerily like former Fox News host Megyn Kelley, we have had the film down as our pick for Best Makeup and Hairstyling and nothing – not even Joker s iconically painted face – has changed our opinions since. It will and should win.Costume Design(Photo by © Sony Pictures)Who will win?Jacqueline Durran – Little Women (2019) 95%Who should win?Mayes C. Rubeo for Jojo Rabbit. Corseted dramas usually top all other costumed contenders at the Oscars, making Little Women an easy pick to win, but Jojo Rabbit s colorful take on WWII Germany is a fashion wonder that many during our deliberations felt was just as worthy of the gold.CinematographyWho will win?Roger Deakins – 1917 (2019) 89%Who should win?Roger Deakins is a god of cinematography at this point and was long overdue for an Oscar when he won for Blade Runner:2049. If you want to know why he should and will win for 1917, just check out our extended interview with Deakins above, in which he breaks down his craft and the challenges he faced while shooting Mendes film.Production Design(Photo by Andrew Cooper / © Columbia Pictures)Who will win?Barbara Ling, Nancy Haigh – Once Upon a Time... In Hollywood (2019) 85%Who should win?Production designer Barbara Ling and Quentin Tarantino managed to shut down Hollywood Boulevard for several hours while shooting Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, and we believe that enviable boast alone will secure their win here. However, the incredibly detailed production design for Parasite – the central home was constructed for the film, as was the squalid apartment and surrounding area the poorer family lives in – had more than a few defenders and is our pick for who should win. It might just cause an upset.Film Editing(Photo by © Neon )Who will win?Yang Jin-mo – Parasite (2019) 98%Who should win?Frequent Scorsese collaborator Thelma Schoonmaker clearly put in work to cut Martin Scorsese s three-and-a-half–hour gangster epic, The Irishman, but the intricate camera work and editing is a huge part of what makes Parasite a masterful piece of cinema. Go back and check out the TB sequence if you need further proof.Visual Effects(Photo by © Universal)Who will win?Guillaume Rocheron, Greg Butler, and Dominic Tuohy – 1917 (2019) 89%Who should win?Dan DeLeeuw, Russell Earl, Matt Aitken, and Dan Sudick for Endgame. With over 2,000 visual effects shots and an Oscar-worthy motion-capture performance from Josh Brolin as Thanos, Avengers: Endgame should be the odds-on choice for Best Visual Effects, but we are betting the Academy s love for 1917 s imperceptible VFX will give it the edge. Perhaps one day The Academy will choose to honor motion-capture or stunt performances in their own categories.The ShortsFor this section we relied on the truly obsessive members of our staff who have seen all (or most) of the shorts. These are their picks and likely your best bet if you haven t seen any of them.Documentary Short  Learning to Skateboard in a Warzone (If You re a Girl)Short Film (Live Action) The Neighbor s WindowShort Film (Animated)  Hair Love The 92nd annual Academy Awards will be presented Sunday, February 9, at 5pm PST / 8pm EST.Are you as obsessed with awards as we are? Check out our Awards Leaderboard for 2019/2020.
Tiffany Haddish has been a comedy queen since her breakout role in 2017 s Girls Trip, and Rose Byrne has proven her own chops in several projects, most notably in 2011 s Bridesmaids. Throw in a scenery-chewing Salma Hayek, and you d be forgiven for assuming the result would be a surefire hit. The reviews for Like a Boss, however, would indicate otherwise. Haddish and Byrne play Mia and Mel, a pair of odd-couple BFFs who run a modest cosmetics company together but are deep in debt. When they decide to sell 51% of their company to Hayek s makeup mogul Claire Luna and their business begins to tank, Mel and Mia find themselves at odds with each other, even as they must work together to take Claire down and save their brand. Like a Boss isn t without its share of laughs, with its heavy dose of physical humor and raunchy jokes, but critics say the film doesn t explore Mel and Mia s relationship deeply enough to make their redemptive turnaround feel earned. Plus, thanks to a repetitive series of clashes and reconciliations and a story whose turns are stale and predictable, it feels longer than its 83-minute runtime. Haddish and Byrne have solid chemistry, and they and Hayek appear to be having fun, but that s one of the few bright spots Like a Boss offers, so if you aren t a particularly big fan of any of the stars, you may find yourself counting the ways in which it could have been a better movie.

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James Wan’s Aquaman may have started with the lowest opening ever in the DC Universe, but seven days later, it is looking more like Michael Phelps than some lowly dog paddler. The film is entering very exclusive territory this weekend just as two more December releases join the 0 million club by the time the clock strikes midnight on New Year’s Eve. That makes 32 for 2018 with at least two more films still hoping to surpass last year’s (and 2014’s) total of 33 to become second only to 2013’s 35 0 million-plus films. That record may come up short, but Hollywood has shot past its previous ticket sales record (.37 billion in 2016) and is now eyeing a billion year at the box office.King of the Crop: Aquaman Joins Impressive Club of December Releases(Photo by Jasin Boland/ ™ & © DC Comics)After its first weekend, Aquaman  was million behind Justice League. After weekend two it is now million ahead and climbing. How high? Quite actually. Because as of this Sunday, Wan’s film is now the sixth highest grossing December release after 10 days, behind five little films: Star Wars trio The Force Awakens, The Last Jedi, and Rogue One, as well as Avatar and Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King. All seven December films to have made 0 million by this point have reached the 0 million mark, and Aquaman is million ahead of The Two Towers. Peter Jackson’s film opened on a Wednesday, so that pace will tighten over the next couple of days. But Return of the King made .8 million in its second weekend and ended with 9.7 million. Aquaman grossed .5 million and is likely looking at a final gross in that vicinity, which would surpass both Suicide Squad and Batman v Superman for second highest grossing feature film in the DC Universe behind Wonder Woman. With 8 million worldwide, it is the seventh highest grossing film of 2018 and will be passing Mission: Impossible – Fallout and Venom soon with its eye then on a billion dollars.Fresh Surprise: WWI Documentary Out-Performs New Releases(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)Speaking of Peter Jackson, his WWI 3D documentary, They Shall Not Grow Old, has become one of the top-grossing documentaries of the year. After just two nights. Fathom Events held special single-night screenings on December 17, when it broke the company’s record with .3 million, and then again this past Thursday, when it broke it again with another .37 million. That was more than this week’s openers, Holmes Watson and Vice, grossed on Thursday with a full day of screenings. With .7 million in two nights it has made nearly as much as partisan documentaries, Death of a Nation (with a 0% Tomatometer score) from pardoned felon Dinesh D’Souza (.88 million) and Michael Moore’s Fahrehheit 11/9 (.35 million). Warner Bros. will open the film in a few cities on January 11, and you can expect it to rise from the seventh highest grossing documentary of 2018 into the top five – and maybe even higher.Rotten Returns: Holmes Watson (aka the Anti-Aquaman)(Photo by Columbia Pictures)Holmes Watson opened in theaters without being screened for critics. Hey, Disney did the same thing for Christmas opener, Tombstone, back in the day, too. How bad could it be? Well, it is currently just the third wide-release of the year to score lower than 10% on the Tomatometer after Slender Man and Death of a Nation’s golden doughnut of 0%. That is where Holmes was with its initial set of reviews, but folks were already in the midst of paying good money to see it on Christmas Day. Around .4 million and 24 hours later, some were already calling it a “commercial flop” on Twitter despite the fact that only four of 23 films to open on Christmas to more than million failed to reach million.That still would not have been enough to cover its million budget in domestic dollars, but it’s not like it was Mortal Engines or Welcome to Marwen this month; however, Holmes Watson’s audience numbers have been scaling down to its current Rotten Tomatoes score of 9%. Though .7 million after its first six days still has it pacing for somewhere between -60 million, its numbers are diminishing at the pace of Aliens Vs. Predator – Requiem, which finished with just .7 million after it opened on Christmas. So it will depend on international audiences to determine whether the film is “a commercial flop” or not.The Top Ten and Beyond: Poppins Bumblebee To Join 0 Million Club Soon(Photo by Walt Disney Studios)Mary Poppins Returns just missed becoming the 26th film opening in December to reach 0 million in its first 12 days; though it will do so on New Year’s Eve. Of the films in its 12-day company that had between million to 7 million at this point, Poppins’ -million weekend is second only to Daddy’s Home’s .2 million. (Poppins is likely to fly past Daddy’s Home’s 0 million.) The next crop of films above them (sans Marley Me) are all 0 million grossers. So as long as Rob Marshall’s film maintains its current pace it should rise high enough to be one of the three highest grossing films of the season.Spider-Man Into the Spider-Verse did join the 0 million club this weekend. At 3.6 million it is in the company of Catch Me If You Can, Les Miserables (2012), Into the Woods, True Grit (2010), and Unbroken, but its third weekend of .3 million surpasses all of theirs, suggesting the film is headed for north of 0 million — an estimate that could continue to rise with the word-of-mouth it is receiving.Bumblebee, with another million this weekend, is also headed for 0 million like every other film from December to have million after 10 days. Clint Eastwood’s The Mule, on the other hand, took 17 days to hit the million mark, but it is not out of the running to become the 34th film of 2018 to reach 0 million. For a film that needs around 0 million to break even, million seems to be the worst-case domestic scenario at this moment. As it is pretty closely aligned with the 0.7 million–grossing The Pelican Brief, there is still a possibility this will be Clint’s sixth film as a director to reach that height.While Holmes and Watson was grossing .4 million on Christmas Day, Adam McKay’s award hopeful, Vice, was gathering up .7 million and a 64% score on the Tomatometer. It has made million in its first six days and eyes somewhere around million final domestic gross, but is already Annapurna’s highest grossing film to date surpassing this summer’s Sundance pickup, Sorry To Bother You. Ralph Breaks the Internet has fallen behind the pace of last year’s Coco, but is still million ahead of Tangled, which keeps 0 million very much in the picture. It only takes Ralph and Poppins to break the single-year record of most films to reach the milestone in any year. A 0 million final gross may be out of reach for Illumination’s The Grinch, but its 6 million makes it undoubtedly one of the biggest hits of the season, even while it could end up being the company’s third-lowest grossing film to date; albeit one with still over 0 million in profit.Beyond the Top Ten you will find both The Favourite (.2 million) and Mary Queen of Scots ( million) doing decent business in less than 850 theaters each. Both continue to do better than Robert Zemeckis’ Welcome to Marwen, which has grossed .7 million. There are still seven films this year further in the red than Marwen (including Ralph Breaks the Internet), though it is still little comfort being among the 10 biggest financial losers of 2018.In further limited release news, we have the three best per-theater-averages of the week: The Ruth Bader Ginsburg drama, On the Basis of Sex (74%) averaged ,909 this weekend and has made .5 million in 33 theaters since Christmas. Destroyer (76%) has been in three theaters since Christmas and has made 5,661. It averaged ,491 this weekend. Then there is Stan Ollie (89%), which opened on Friday in five theaters, averaging ,935 for a total of ,674. Aquaman had the fourth best average with ,497, and Barry Jenkins’ If Beale Street Could Talk was fifth, adding 60 theaters (for a total of 65). It averaged ,686 and has grossed nearly million.This Time Last Year: The Last Jedi Held Off Jumanji for the Last Time(Photo by Walt Disney Pictures)Star Wars: The Last Jedi maintained the top spot for a third straight week (and passed the 0 million mark), though Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle closed the gap with a .5 million-to- million showdown. Christmas day openers, All the Money in the World and Molly’s Game made .7 million and .3 million, respectively, in their first full week of release. Steven Spielberg’s The Post and Paul Thomas Anderson’s Phantom Thread led the per-theater-average list with ,342 (nine theaters) and ,124 (four theaters). The Top Ten films grossed a total of 3.3 million over the weekend, which included New Year’s Eve, and they averaged 65.1% on the Tomatometer. This year’s Top Ten grossed 3.1 million and averaged 65.6%.On the Vine: There Is No Escape From Horror in 2019(Photo by Columbia Pictures)The new year kicks off with horror about domains from which there appears to be no safe room, though do not expect to see a Tomatometer score for either until later in the week. The PG-13 Escape Room with Taylor Russell, Deborah Ann Woll, and Tyler Labine should get a score just before it opens. Then Eli, from the director of Sinister II, will get reviews from critics brave enough to check out the tale of a boy with auto-immune issues stuck in a dangerous home when it opens on Friday.The Full Top 10: December 28-30Aquaman .5 million (8.7 million total)Mary Poppins Returns .0 million (.9 million total)Bumblebee – .5 mi
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Richard Jewell (2019) 77% Back in 1996, smack dab in the middle of the Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia, a pipe bomb exploded in Centennial Olympic Park, killing one person and injuring dozens more. The man who originally discovered the bomb, a security guard named Richard Jewell, alerted the authorities and helped evacuate spectators to safety, and he became a hero in the process. Well, for a few days, anyway, until reports began to surface that he was a person of interest in the FBI s investigation, at which point Jewell underwent a grueling trial by media that changed his life forever. Clint Eastwood s latest directorial effort, Richard Jewell, is a dramatization of these events, with Paul Walter Hauser playing the title character at the center of the whirlwind, Sam Rockwell as his old friend and eventual attorney, and Kathy Bates as Jewell s mother Bobi they re the good guys. On the other end, we have Jon Hamm as an unscrupulous G-man and Olivia Wilde as the Atlanta Journal-Constitution writer who broke the story of the FBI s interest in Jewell. It s an impressive cast, and critics say each performer offers striking work under Eastwood s steady direction, even if the story itself has been somewhat oversimplified for dramatic effect. Eastwood clearly has a message on his mind in Richard Jewell, and he largely succeeds in communicating it clearly and effectively. He s in comfortable territory here, and it works to his advantage; fans of his work should find plenty to enjoy.
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Ghcxuf When creator Alena Smith’s biographical drama Dickinson premiered on Apple TV+ in 2019, it almost instantly became television short-hand for the Millennial malaise. After all, what says “stuck in a rut and not feeling like you’re being taken seriously by your family or at work” than an anachronistic-heavy story about Emily Dickinson — a poet whose sole authenticated adult portrait looks like she’s giving what passed for an eye roll in mid-19th century Massachusetts?Depicted here by actress Hailee Steinfeld, she’s a pouting, twerking insomniac who has self-sequestered in her childhood bedroom. She harbors (sometimes unrequited) feelings for her brother’s fiancée and dreams of taking carriage rides with Death (Wiz Khalifa) while her parents breath down her neck about finding a nice young man. The first season was Certified Fresh with favorable reviews mentioning how it “challenges our straight-washing of history” and holds a “sense of fun, if not humor, that pervades even scenes about mortality or misogyny.”(Photo by Apple TV+)The second season, which premieres its first three episodes January 8 on Apple TV+, ups the show’s spooky and supernatural vibe. During the course of the season, Emily and her sister, Lavinia (Anna Baryshnikov), lead a séance with the help of their brother’s employee, Hattie (Ayo Edebiri, who is also one of the show’s writers). And Nick Kroll guest stars as Edgar Allan Poe (even though, for those doing the math at home, the mortality-obsessed poet died a decade before this season’s setting of 1859).But the eeriness particularly resonates with a character known simply as Nobody. Played by The Americans alum Will Pullen, the mysterious figure manifests in a way that helps Emily handle her own inner turmoil over whether she should risk pursuing a career as a published poet – even if it means she could perish from rejection.It’s a topic the real Dickinson pondered exhaustively.“She very explicitly wrote in letters and poems, these really conflicted feelings about fame,” Smith told Rotten Tomatoes, adding that the poet “seemed to think that fame was very dangerous for artists.”But because most of Dickinson’s work was discovered posthumously, Smith said, “the question is whether she kept saying that because she was trying to convince herself that she didn t want something that she actually wanted very desperately. Or whether she was deeply was aware of how poetry comes from a really private place and that if you don t protect that private, hidden inner life, you are going to lose touch with the truth.”(Photo by Apple TV+)Speaking of losing touch with the truth, Smith stressed in a letter to journalists about the series that “this is our fictional look” at Dickinson and her family and friends. Still, fame like Dickinson s “just is so relevant and ubiquitous right now because of social media and the way that our lives are all happening online,” Smith said, making an exploration of the poet s possible inner musings on the topic very timely.“Everyone, on a daily basis is having to struggle with this question of ‘Do I put myself but there or not?,’” Smith said of today’s society. “And also, I suppose on the flip side, [of] being a consumer of social media and of these images that you see from people not knowing what s real and what’s not.”And it’s keenly an issue for the Dickinson cast who, because of the nature of their jobs, are public figures if not outright famous.Steinfeld recalled that Smith met with her and her cast mates, asking each of them what was their relationship to fame and whether they want to be famous. Despite being a former child star who received an Academy Award nomination for 2010’s True Grit before she could legally drive, Steinfeld told Rotten Tomatoes, “I would say it s not something I learned very quickly that I ve thought of, really at all. I love the work that I do. And I love that I m able to do it. And that s really the extent of my thought process.”“A big challenge, for me, was sort of taking myself out of my own life and out of my own thought process in regard to that, and kind of figuring out what [fame] was for Emily,” she said. “One thing this show has never failed to do is really challenge my way of thinking. Her poetry does that alone.”(Photo by Apple TV+)This season also introduces Game of Thrones actor Finn Jones depicting Samuel Bowles, the newspaper publisher and editor who was a close friend of Dickinson’s and her family. In the series, he may seem like he is flaunting his power and influence as he decides whether to publish one of her poems.“It’s easy to feel like we need certain people, men and women, in our lives to help either better our careers or further our careers or personal things in our personal lives,” Steinfeld said. “And I think [this is about] coming to a realization that you can, in fact, achieve what it is you want in life on your own — it might take you longer, it might be harder, but you can. And we see that with these characters in a time where achieving anything outside of their norm was near impossible.”(Photo by Jose Perez/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images)And how does this compare to Steinfeld’s other TV role this year? In Disney+’s upcoming series Hawkeye, which is based on characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, she plays Kate Bishop, a character whom Jeremy Renner’s Clint Barton/Hawkeye grooms to take over his title.“I do find that the characters I ve played have … this strong will to stand up for themselves, have an opinion and a point of view, and use their voice,” she said. “And I love that. I love that I ve been called on to play those roles as well.”She also stresses that she didn’t necessarily intend to punctuate 2021 with one show about brains and another one about brawn, saying that “the timing of how things evolve and falling into place with everything that s happened this year is sort of coincidental.”(Photo by Apple TV+)But stories of exposure and fame aren’t the only ways that this season of Dickinson — or the people depicted — resonate with today’s audiences. Edebiri’s Hattie is a fictional character, but Smith said, “we looked at some Black women writers from the time and, you know, they lived crazy lives, and they had senses of humor.”And, despite spending much of the series being belittled by his father and underestimated by others, Dickinson brother Austin (Adrian Enscoe) secretly helps fund the publication of a Black-run newspaper and allows it to operate out of his barn.“Abolitionism was really trendy in the northeast at this time,” Enscoe said; however, “there were deeply problematic things with the abolitionism movement just in the way that they that they viewed Black people as, like … some [people] that we have to save — like white saviorism. It’s interesting to apply that that view now to what Austin is doing.”(Photo by Apple TV+)The new season also continues to look at sexual relationships through the female gaze, especially when it comes to Ella Hunt’s Sue Gilbert — a w 😈😈

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天谕手游的pvp玩法也还可以,比较有趣的是亡命岛魂域之战,可以多人在线开红互殴,打群架特别爽,如果喜欢打群架的话天谕手游的亡命岛玩法应该挺不错的。 Female superheroes have been around almost as long as the genre itself, with Wonder Woman paving the way for a diverse group of characters as far back as the 1940s. On television, she also established a foothold alongside characters like The Mighty Isis and Electra Woman in the 1970s. Unfortunately, as superheroes disappeared from television in the 1980s, so too did these initial, beloved characters. With the big expansion of superhero television in the 21st Century, female superheroes returned, and it is nearly impossible to think of a series without a key superpowered woman in the cast. Granted, very few headline a series currently, there is only one female-led superhero show but their contributions often keep their shows running.But who are the best on television right now? And is it their abilities, life experience, or strength of will that makes them great? Here are seven of the greatest female superheroes on television right now who prove it is a combination of all three factors that sets them apart from the rest.Supergirl  Supergirl 90%(Photo by Jordon Nuttall/The CW)Debut in Comics: Action Comics #252Abilities: flight, super strength, super speed, invulnerability, heat vision, x-ray vision, super hearingCertainly the most powerful of the female superheroes on television, Kara Danvers (Melissa Benoist) also boasts the most diverse set of abilities. On a physical level, she can dish it out easily, but Kara’s most important power is often her sense of hope and empathy. She never wants to get into a brawl – in fact, she prefers to avoid it – and would rather make a foe her ally. This sometimes works out, as when Livewire (Brit Morgan) helped out on Kara’s mission to Fort Roz last year. And other times, as with season 3 nemesis Reign (Odette Annable), Kara s appeals may fail to warm an evil heart, which forces a fight. Nonetheless, Kara s opponents often mistake her hope as a weakness instead of the bedrock of her strengths.Syd Barrett  Legion 91%(Photo by Prashant Gupta/FX)Debut in Comics: n/aAbilities: body switchingLet’s face it, Syd (Rachel Keller) has not had an easy go of it on FX’s Legion. When we meet her, she lives in extreme isolation, thanks to her cruel mutant ability – any skin-to-skin contact will see her consciousness transferred to the body of the person touching her. Nonetheless, she manages to find some semblance of a life with the people at Summerland and David Haller (Dan Stevens). Then he disappears for a year. During that time, she learns to control her ability as the Summerland group ally with Division 3, the government agency previously engaged in hunting them. And once David resurfaces and she learns his role in the coming apocalypse, she resolves to either heal him or kill him. David escalates things by trying to restore their previous love affair and assaulting her, but despite the complete betrayal, Syd bounces back and rededicates herself to the one action guaranteed to save the world. That resiliency, especially in the world of Legion, is a superpower in its own right.Black Canary  Arrow 86%(Photo by Dean Buscher/The CW Network)Debut in Comics: Flash Comics #86 (as Dinah Drake)Abilities: sonic cry, advanced combat trainingDinah Drake’s (Juliana Harkavy) sonic cry certainly came in handy when Team Arrow needed a new member to replace the deceased Black Canary, Laurel Lance (Katie Cassidy). She also proved a worthy opponent to Laurel s villainous Earth-2 counterpart, Black Siren (also Cassidy). But even if she was not a meta, Dinah would certainly be worthy to stand alongside the team as an accomplished fighter. With her staff, she’s almost unstoppable. She also has superb strength of character, as exemplified by her willingness to work with Black Siren – now pretending to be the Earth-1 Laurel and operating as the Star City District Attorney – and even moving past her culpability in the death of Dinah’s ex-boyfriend Vincent (Johann Urb). That strength takes on many forms, even as recently as this week’s episode, in which she finally admitted to the team that she can no longer use her cry. Though reluctant, her willingness to share illustrates her continued growth and is yet another reason why she will continue to be the Canary long after Team Arrow disintegrates as noted in the 2040 flash-forwards.Polaris  The Gifted 79%(Photo by Ryan Green/Fox)Debut in Comics:The X-Men #49Abilities: magnetic manipulationSure, Lorna Dane (Emma Dumont) may have spent most of the second season of The Gifted allied with the very questionable Inner Circle, but her willingness to admit her mistake in this regard puts her back on the right side, even if she stayed away from the remaining Mutant Underground characters. From the series first moments, Lorna was portrayed as one of the most powerful mutants around, thanks to an ability that can stop bullets, open fences, and even bring down an entire airplane, killing all of its passengers. That last point certainly set up a heel-turn, but as the show’s second year progressed, Lorna saw the downside of her actions and the horrifying real intent of Inner Circle’s plan to create a mutant homeland. Nonetheless, she acknowledged her errors and resolved to make amends. That resiliency is part of what makes Lorna one of the most interesting characters on the show, and doubly so as she remains strong while combating a chronic mental illness. Should the show continue in the Disney era of X-Men properties, it will be interesting to see how she juggles the roles of hero and mother. She would probably say they are the same thing.Killer Frost  The Flash 89%(Photo by Dean Buscher/The CW)Debut in Comics: Fury of Firestorm: The Nuclear Man #19 (as Caitlin Snow)Abilities: ice generation and manipulationThis is a strange one, as Killer Frost is traditionally a villain. But The Flash took her on a curious journey as viewers discovered she is a distinct personality from her host, Dr. Caitlin Snow (Danielle Panabaker) – one dedicated to protecting Caitlin above all other concerns. Nonetheless, the pull toward selfish acts and quick answers was strong (see her alliance with Savitar in season 3), but as she and Caitlin learned to share one body, Frost also learned empathy. And then, she was seemingly gone for a time, and the absence affected Caitlin and the fans more acutely than anyone could predict. She eventually resurfaced with a resolve to be more of a team player she s a far cry from the woman who walked away from Team Flash at the end of season 3. Meanwhile, in the current season, her powers prove uniquely effective against Cicada (Chris Klein) as she is immune to his power-dampening dagger. It s a good thing she decided to work with the group, otherwise their few successes against the meta serial killer would not have been possible.Elasti-Woman   Doom Patrol 97%(Photo by DC Universe)Debut in Comics: My Greatest Adventure #80 (as Elasti-Girl)Abilities: limited shape changing and mass exchangeRita Farr (April Bowlby) is a ways from admitting this to herself, but she has the strength to lead a superhero team even one as dysfunctional as a the Doom Patrol. On a purely physical level, she must have Supergirl levels of strength to maintain her human form. When out of control, she is a giant rolling mass capable of occupying an entire city block. Keeping that form in check requires tons of strength, to say nothing of mental fortitude. Sure, she still slips from time to time with so much of her power devoted to retaining her idealized shape, the slightest emotional upset can weaken her resolve but that’s the real challenge she faces in the first season of the show: accepting those mistakes as part of her path to becoming a strong and capable woman. Along the way, she might even figure out how to use her gelatinous form to stretch like her comic book counterpart. At that point, she will be more formidable than even Jane (Diane Guerrero) or Robotman (Brendan Fraser).Zari Tomaz   DC's Legends of Tomorrow 89%(Photo by Dean Buscher/The CW)Debut in Comics: Shazam! #25 (as The Mighty Isis)Abilities: air manipulationWhen Zari (Tala Ashe) first joined the Waverider crew, she was sarcastic, reluctant to engage, and more of a hindrance to the mission than an asset. In short, she was a Legend in the making. She abused the ship’s food replication system to snack endlessly and played video games constantly in lieu of getting to know anybody. Nonetheless, she would also call out the other Legends for being slackers, and after getting caught in a time loop, she learned to care about them. She also began to involve herself in the mission, particularly once the group discovered the Air Totem that generates her abilities was tied to their opponent, the time demon Mallus. By the point the Legends found the other totems and unified them into a giant Cuddle Me Beebo doll to fight Mallus, she was definitely a member of the team. In the most recent season, Zari has continued to grow, taking on more responsibilities and even mentoring new recruit Charlie (Maisie Richardson-Sellers). Well, mentoring after a fashion. And while she continues to grow as a hero or as much of a hero as a Legend can be she still finds time to snack.Like this? 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With its fourth episode, Loki pivots beyond its initial conflict and introduces a handful of new shocking ideas. But just what is a nexus event so powerful that it threatens the Sacred Timeline by itself? And, for that matter, what was Sylvie s (Sophia Di Martino) great crime against the timeline? In an episode full of unmasking, introspection, loss, and a very special cameo, our own assumptions about the Marvel Cinematic Universe s reality are also once again in doubt. So let s start delving into variants, beings behind the curtain, and the nature of choice.Spoiler Alert: The following reveals details of the fourth episode of Loki season 1. Stop here if you have not watched The Nexus Event. Speculation includes information from Marvel comic books and may also be considered spoilers to some.Is Ravonna a Variant?(Photo by Chuck Zlotnick. ©Marvel Studios 2021. All Rights Reserved.)Perhaps a strange question to ask, but it feels pertinent going forward — is Ravonna Renslayer (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) a variant? Everyone else in the TVA is one, as both Hunter B-15 (Wunmi Mosaku) and Hunter C-20 (Sasha Lane) have now confirmed for us. And then there s the discovery that she was the hunter who brought Sylvie in when she was a child. Upward mobility is seemingly possible at the TVA, which seems strange if they are all mind-wiped variants.The early scene in which she encounters the Time-Keepers suggests she is a variant. Although, anything could have happen in the cutaway and her uncomfortable meeting could have been with the real power behind the TVA (more on that in a bit). See also how hard she worked to keep C-20 s discovery under wraps. Then there s her seemingly genuine affection for Mobius (Owen Wilson) and her sadness in pruning him. And while that would appear to make her an accomplice to whatever is really going on, there is still a modicum of doubt there. All of her actions could be those of a variant compelled to keep the secrets of the TVA at any cost without understanding their true implications.So, if she is a variant, what is the real Ravonna Renslayer up to in the Sacred Timeline?Of course, the answer to that depends on whatever info Sylvie obtains from Ravonna next week. Presumably, it will reorder everything.What Is Sylvie s Crime?(Photo by Chuck Zlotnick. ©Marvel Studios 2021. All Rights Reserved.)The episode s opening moments seemingly answers, once and for all, that Sylvie is Loki and not another character — like either of the Enchantresses — but it also brings up a new question: what crime against the Sacred Timeline could a 9- to 12-year-old Frost Giant commit? We think we have an answer: she presented as female.As we saw in episode 2 — and subsequently saw again here at the end of episode 4 — Loki variants tend to be present as male even if Loki (Tom Hiddleston) is technically genderfluid. As it happens, we ve really yet to see a Loki slip between genders, so it is possible female-presenting Lokis are pruned early on. Or, perhaps, Laufey himself deals with the problem back in Jotunheim shortly after their birth. No matter why female-presenting Lokis are a rarity, it leads to the new question: Why does the Sacred Timeline need a male Loki?Presumably, this goes back to one of the show s central themes: whether or not Loki (or anyone in the MCU) has free will. If we accept that the Sacred Timeline is preventing Multiversal chaos, then there is no free will as every wrong choice is clipped to ensure one outcome. Loki, for example, has been pruned to serve the exact purpose he serves in Thor, The Avengers, Thor: The Dark World, Thor: Ragnarok, and Avengers: Infinity War. His glorious purpose was to, ultimately, hand the Space Stone to Thanos and leave Thor with warm memories about his deceased brother.Well, provided that Loki actually died. Notice how often our Loki boasts of cheating death in this episode?But to bring it back to Sylvie, a female-presenting Loki is, seemingly, the ultimate expression of the chaos the Sacred Timeline strives to avoid. Sylvie says as much herself toward the beginning of the episode. Well, she frames it more as the universe attempting to break free of some stricture, but it still feels like part of her crime. Also, there is a fantastic meta-commentary buried in the narrative if her crime really was choosing her own gender expression. And it ties back into our belief that the show is ultimately about Loki s right to choose his/her/their role in the MCU.Is Love the Nexus Event?(Photo by Chuck Zlotnick. ©Marvel Studios 2021. All Rights Reserved.)Loki and Sylvie s heart-to-heart on Lamentis seemingly triggers a nexus event the likes of which no one in the TVA has ever seen before and, in all likelihood, made Sylvie s audience with the Time-Keepers possible. But what was it, really? Mobius seems to think it was a romantic bond between the two variant Lokis. As we would still like to see Loki become an aromantic character going forward, we are going to suggest something different: The nexus event is Loki caring about someone other than himself — even if the other person is still Loki.That change is key as Loki s selfless acts in the Sacred Timeline are meant to serve a different purpose. A Loki who discovers any sort of empathy years before the destruction of Asgard is a danger to the proscribed flow of time.And though we re weighing most of this toward Loki, a seismic change also occurs within Sylvie as simple survival is, for once, not her main thought. Those key changes to who they are meant to be could trigger an unprecedented nexus event just as easily as two Loki variants falling for each other.Then again, Mobius s description of the nexus event leads back to the joke about Loki only being capable of loving him/her/themself. Mobius almost even gets to that punchline.All that said, a power of love solution may draw the comparisons between Loki and Doctor Who even closer, but we hope the show is using that as another dodge before revealing the true nature of the TVA and the Sacred Timeline.Oh, also, it seems Sylvie s time bomb had no effect on the Sacred Timeline. We suppose the TVA had enough Hunters around to undo that damage.The Being Behind the Curtain(Photo by Marvel Studios)OK, we re ready to accept the Time-Keepers are just The Great and Powerful Oz. Their existence was always in doubt. But that leaves someone behind the curtains pulling the strings and securing the Sacred Timeline for an unknown purpose.Thankfully, the comics give us one key suspect — He Who Remains — who will serve as this week s candidate for a comics character the series might introduce. In Marvel Comics lore, He Who Remains was the final director of the TVA in the previous universe. Continuing on to the next cycle of creation, he created both the Time-Twisters and the Time-Keepers in the hopes of instructing the new multiverse in the correct path. His attempts lead to adversaries for Thor.Yeah, it s the heady, cosmic stuff you d expect from mid-to-late 1970s Thor comics (courtesy of Len Wein, John Buscema, and Joe Sinnott), but it is also a way forward for the MCU if He Who Remains is the man behind the curtain. For one thing, the notion of a previous Marvel Film Universe is fascinating. Galactus is also said to originate from an earlier multiversal cycle and that could matter when he finally appears in a Fantastic Four film. A previous universe could also be a nice way to include all of the Marvel films made before Iron Man while still giving Marvel Studios breathing room to recast the Fantastic Four and, eventually, Wolverine.But then there s also the apparent truth within the TVA: the Sacred Timeline. If He Who Remains is behind the curtain, then maintaining a complex sequences of decisions from the beginning of time to the end has to have some value beyond his own continued existence — he s already the ultimate survivor. Miss Minutes (Tara Strong) mention of that war in the Multiverse is a good place to start looking for clues. Although it could easily be another lie, there may be some more truth there, as He Who Remains could be the last survivor of that conflict. Forcing the MCU into a certain path may be preventing an number of sorrows and cataclysms beyond the things we ve seen in Marvel Studios pictures and shows thus far.Or it s just about control and cruelty. In which case, we ll add Kang (Jonathan Majors) and Mephisto to the list of suspects. And if we need a few other impossibly powerful to add as potential powers behind the TVA, there are Those Who Sit Above in Shadow — the beings who allegedly created the Asgardians and literally feed off the Ragnarok cycles — the Beyonder (an entity with a habit of kidnapping Marvel superheroes and villains), and One-Above-All, the apparent creator of the Multiverse itself. Loki taking on the ultimate authority does have a certain appeal.A Multitude of Lokis Invade the Stinger Scene(Photo by Marvel Studios)Then there s that whopper of a mid-credit stinger: An apparently pruned Loki wakes up to encounter Classic Loki (Richard E. Grant), Boastful Loki (Deobia Oparei), Kid Loki (Jack Veal), and Alligator Loki (an alligator) in the destroyed remains of New York. Presumably, they are also pruned variants, but their appearances suggest direct ties to Marvel history and possible story threads.Kid Loki, for example, seems to be a tip of the horns to the Marvel Comics Kid Loki — a manifestation of Loki who sought to be different, but was murdered by the older Loki to obtain a new body. A shred of Kid Loki remained to haunt Loki by shouting he is the crime that cannot be forgiven. He also, in the long run, symbolizes the way Loki cannot go against his nature.The Classic Loki, meanwhile, is a brave attempt to make Jack Kirby s design for the character work in a MCU context. Presumably, he will revel in being the villain — if he isn t the Old Loki we talked about last week — and is not to be trusted simply via the virtue of wearing Grant s face. Also, since we mentioned Doctor Who once already this week, Grant is also the face of a Doctor pruned from the show s canon and the face of one of the Doctor s long-standing foes.Oh, and what is he carrying in that bag?By virtue of holding a hammer and being called Boastful Loki in the credits, we re going to assume this is the variant who was deemed worthy of the power of Thor. Such an event has occurred in Marvel Comics history, but under wildly different circumstances and only for a brief moment. Taking a closer look at Boastful Loki s hammer, though, it is always possible the weapon is meant to mock the God of Thunder.And Alligator Loki feels like a reference to the time he manifested as Cat Thor in the pages of The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl or the time he turned Thor into a frog.But the quartet s purpose is a complete mystery. Are they the true power behind the TVA or are they just more refugee Loki variants because the power behind the agency needs Loki to be a certain person? Or, perhaps, they are remnants of the Multiverse trying to get their realities back.It remains to be seen, of course, but it at least gives us hope that Mobius will somehow be saved despite his apparent pruning.Loki episodes debut each Wednesday on Disney+.

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