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亚博投注安全采用百度引擎8(Baidu 2)但这却并不妨碍玩家继续报之以期待,尤其是在手游市场逐渐走高的当下,用户也愈发希冀原汁原味版鬼泣手游的再度出现。

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而女性玩家喜爱的超休闲游戏占据了最大的下载量份额,在2021年上半年,超休闲游戏占据了三分之一的手游下载量,下载次数高达68亿次。 There’s a lot of excitement to be had with the release of Black Widow (out in theaters and on Disney+ with Premier Access on July 9). For one, the title character, played by Scarlett Johansson in the Marvel Cinematic Universe since 2010, finally has her own solo movie. Also, MCU fans finally get a new theatrical feature after two years of drought due to an unfortunate delay. And, finally, it’s also apparently pretty good and worth those two waits.The first crop of reviews for Black Widow, most of them positive, highlight additional things to be excited about specifically, from the performances by Johansson and Marvel newbie Florence Pugh to the relatively grounded action scenes and darker emotional themes for the franchise. It’s obviously not as epic as the last two Avengers movies, though, and whether that makes this a lesser entry or a breath of fresh air will be up for debate.Here’s what critics are saying about Black Widow:Is it worth the wait?Black Widow is finally here after years of delays and pushbacks due to the state of the world – but does it deliver where it needs to? The short answer is yes.  Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyAfter the extended delays of Natasha Romanoff’s long-overdue solo film, Black Widow was certainly worth the wait.  Doug Jamieson, The Jam ReportOur patience pays off… Marvel Studios does it again and delivers the goods.  Danielle Solzman, Solzy at the MoviesBlack Widow manages to be an extremely welcome case of better late than never.  Jamie Jirak, ComicBook.comTruly better so very late than never.  Brian Tallerico, RogerEbert.comThere is a too little, too late sense of closure that makes some of the film’s narrative choices confusing at times.  Mae Abdulbaki, Screen RantHow does it compare to other parts of the MCU?The best aspects of Black Widow echo the ‘70s spy movie tone of one of the best films in the MCU, Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Brian Tallerico, RogerEbert.comThink a scaled-down version of Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Joey Magidson, Awards RadarBetter than Captain America: The Winter Soldier? Probably not. Superior to anything with the word Ant, Doctor, Hulk or even Thor in the title? Most def. Joey Morona, Cleveland Plain DealerBlack Widow is certainly no Thor Ragnarok or Black Panther and has fairly average MCU visuals and fight scenes. Nicole Ackman, Next Best PictureBlack Widow reminds me the most of Doctor Strange — a movie about a complicated adult character facing up to their own actions and redefining their place in the world without blaming it all on bad daddies. Evan Dossey, Midwest Film JournalShifting away from the superhero template into high-octane espionage thriller territory, it makes a far more satisfying female-driven MCU entry than the blandly bombastic Captain Marvel. David Rooney, Hollywood ReporterBlack Widow may be the least Avenger-like movie in the series so far. No offense to the other Avengers, but after all this time a tweak in the formula is a good thing. Caryn James, BBC.com(Photo by ©Marvel Studios)Does it bring anything new to the franchise?More than other Marvel movies, Black Widow tries to ground the story in a personal, character-driven narrative. Brian Lloyd, entertainment.ieIt has some of Marvel s best character dynamics to date. Jamie Jirak, ComicBook.comWhat sets Black Widow apart from the other MCU movies is that it embraces the darkness inherent in the premise of the character. Evan Dossey, Midwest Film JournalMuch of it doesn’t feel like a Marvel film at all, thanks to the darker tone. Nicole Clark, IGN MoviesDoes it work as a standalone movie?The plot… feels small by MCU standards, but that simplicity is a refreshing change of pace for a franchise that’s too often about saving the world. Rob Hunter, Film School RejectsIt s the palate cleanser the franchise needed… a self-contained, back-to-basics adventure that works just as well for newbies and casual viewers as it does for longtime fans. Angie Han, MashableBlack Widow is a pleasure exactly because it is inessential. Nick De Semlyen, Empire MagazineBlack Widow reminds us of the pleasure that can be offered by an MCU movie that isn’t having to do the legwork of setting up the next five chapters. Alonso Duralde, The WrapSomething is definitely set up for the future, but… Marvel could use these occasionally more self-contained films. Joey Magidson, Awards RadarBlack Widow is a rare Marvel production… that almost, almost pulls off the trick of being wholly its own thing. Richard Lawson, Vanity FairBlack Widow is merely a stepping stone film that fills in a few blanks that weren’t really there to begin with. Matt Rodriguez, ShakefireThis movie feels more like an introduction and set up for what is to come, than the solo film this character deserves. Tessa Smith, Mama s Geeky(Photo by ©Marvel Studios)How is the action?The film has some of the best action sequences in recent memory. Mae Abdulbaki, Screen RantA vast team of choreographers, stunt folks and trainers… gives the movie a visual coherence that most Marvel movies lack. Roger Moore, Movie NationThe fight choreography and stunt work here is impressive and occasionally thrilling, but more often than not, the effect is undercut by the over-cutting. Alonso Duralde, The WrapThe editing of the fight scenes is perhaps a touch too unrelentingly fast, often blurring the choreography, but the physical side never feels overwhelmed by CG enhancement. David Rooney, Hollywood ReporterThe physics are different here than in other Marvel movies, more finely attuned to the hardness and weight of things. It all feels a bit more real. Richard Lawson, Vanity FairFeels more grounded than many MCU entries… while we still get some comic book antics showing the expected disregard for physics we also see the physical toll that all that fighting takes on a human body. Rob Hunter, Film School RejectsThe (comparatively) grounded choreography leads to some of Marvel s most thrilling battles since at least Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Angie Han, MashableIt’s a nice dial back from Marvel films whose heroes can feel immortal… feels satisfyingly street level, in a Jessica Jones kind of way. Nicole Clark, IGN MoviesHow is Cate Shortland s work as director?There are moments where Black Widow absolutely benefits from having a woman in the director’s chair. Alonso Duralde, The WrapShortland proves to be one of the few filmmakers to make the leap from the indie circuit and put her own singular fingerprint on the visual identity of the film — Black Widow is one of the most visually coherent solo films of the MCU, with a gritty, streetwise style that feels like Shortland didn’t just hand off the action scenes to a second unit director. Hoai-Tran Bui, SlashfilmShortland s previous work in psychological thrillers The Berlin Syndrome and Lore gives her an edge with the kind of pulpy material at play here. Brian Lloyd, entertainment.ieShortland keeps things moving along, never letting you feel the runtime — efficiently paced and exciting. Joey Magidson, Awards Radar(Photo by Jay Maidment/©Marvel Studios)What about Scarlett Johansson s performance as Natasha?Scarlett Johansson [is] at her best. Jenna Busch, VitalThrills.comJohansson shines in the role, layering her signature bad assery with a previously unseen vulnerability. Joey Morona, Cleveland Plain DealerThe actress makes the most of it and delivers a powerful, moving performance that serves as a fitting farewell to her tenure as this Avenger. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comIt’s Scarlett Johansson who holds the film together and gives it its touch of soul… [She] makes the most vulnerable emotions part of the humanity of her strength. Owen Gleiberman, VarietyDoes Florence Pugh fit well into the franchise?If you re not already a fan of Pugh, you will be by the end of Black Widow. Yelena s a firecracker with great one-liners. Kirsten Acuna, InsiderOne of the most exciting additions to the MCU in some time. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comShe nails it with the spark of someone who’s been kicking around the Marvelverse since day one. Philip De Semlyen, Time OutShe shares much of Natasha’s fighting style while displaying even more sass. Rob Hunter, Film School RejectsHer deadpan is pitch-perfect, coaxing humor out of a traditionally stoic Scarlett Johansson. Where Natasha has coped by turning cold, Yelena has coped with humor. Nicole Clark, IGN MoviesPugh has a dangerous physicality to her as well, which lends to one of the best aspects of Black Widow. Hoai-Tran Bui, Slashfilm(Photo by Jay Maidment/©Marvel Studios)How are the villains in the film?Taskmaster certainly isn’t going to go down as one of the MCU’s best villains, but Black Widow makes good use of the character [as] a seemingly unstoppable force. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comRay Winstone also makes a great antagonist as Dreykov, conveying an insidious cruelty that is more devastating than most other MCU villains that have come before. Mae Abdulbaki, Screen RantOne of the better executions of villainy in the MCU… Dreykov’s character coheres effortlessly and successfully, feeling earned and without a hint of desperate pandering to feminists. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionJust having Winstone in this picture lifts it several notches, and he is deliciously fun and scarily authentic as the villain of the piece. Pete Hammond, DeadlineRay Winstone is one of the weakest in the franchise. Joey Magidson, Awards RadarHow is the script?The plot [is] blessedly clean, caulking the spaces in between the stepping stones with characters’ interpersonal dynamics while avoiding any convolution. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionThere is a lot of talking here, and if you aren’t willing, interested or inclined to invest yourself in the characters, it will likely be at the bottom of your re-watch pile. Evan Dossey, Midwest Film JournalThere is a moment that the writers seem to have decided they didn t have an answer to so they just skipped past it and onto the resolution. Amelia Emberwing, WhatToWatchBlack Widow feels of little consequence, delivering a story that has written itself into a corner with nowhere to go. Matt Rodriguez, ShakefireRyan FujitaniIs it a positive step for female characters in the MCU?We finally get to see Natasha… in a film full of women. Sorry, I mean freaking badass women. And it’s wonderful. Jenna Busch, VitalThrills.comBlack Widow puts female issues front and center without ever making it feel forced or preachy. Rob Hunter, Film School RejectsNeedless to say, the movie does a far better job than the rah-rah inclusivity gesture at the end of Endgame to play up its feminist leanings. Black Widow not only passes the Bechdel Test; it forces men to squeam as it puts them in their place. Eric Kohn, IndieWireDeriving strength from enduring suffering feels as slimy as it does tragic, a nail in the coffin to Marvel’s handling of women superheroes. Nicole Clark, IGN MoviesDoes the movie have any major problems?Natasha is more of a driving force for the other characters around her… even with her name in the title, the spotlight is constantly on someone else. Matt Rodriguez, ShakefireThe movie definitely wraps up a little too quickly; it s as if Marvel Studios had suddenly remembered they had to get Natasha where she needed to be for Infinity War. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comDescribing the horrors of the Red Room and the Black Widow program in a scene that s meant to be solely comedic because Disney s too afraid to get real with its media? That s maybe something we could have done without. Amelia Emberwing, WhatToWatch(Photo by Jay Maidment/©Marvel Studios)Will it leave fans hopeful for the future of the MCU?The themes of family and women s agency that it explores are a welcome addition to the MCU and hopefully a good indication of where Phase 4 is going. Nicole Ackman, Next Best PictureThe swings that the film takes make it an interesting entry… I’m glad the studio was willing to go all the way with it. Here’s to Marvel taking more risks in the future. Evan Dossey, Midwest Film Journal[It] should hopefully set the bar of inclusiveness for the remainder of Phase Four. Nate Adams, The Only CriticBy delivering a story that satisfies on its own terms… it makes a compelling case for moving ahead with this franchise into the future. Angie Han, MashableThe sorry thing of the film, really, is that this needn’t have been a Marvel movie at all. Richard Lawson, Vanity FairBlack Widow releases in theaters and streams on Disney+ with Premier Access on July 9, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
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(Photo by United Artists/courtesy Everett Collection)All Child s Play and Chucky Movies, Ranked By Tomatometer Hi, I m Chucky! Wanna play? Audiences were game to tango with the possessed, murder-bent action doll in 1988 s Child s Play, and so the slasher golden age got in one last big stab before the decade closed. Even critics, who had largely turned their nose up at the genre, were relatively on board, praising Child s Play s novel villain, creepy puppetry work, and the compact, efficient plotting and kills.Brad Dourif returned as Chucky for two direct sequels (and all subsequent films until the 2019 reboot) to menace Andy, kid hero of the original, into his teenage years, as writer/creator Don Mancini deepened the Chucky mythos in unexpected, bizzare fashion. This allowed the franchise to pivot into meta black comedy territory with Bride of Chucky and Seed of Chucky, whose highlights include Jennifer Tilly (as herself) giving birth to the Chuckster s twins.Mancini, who was also occupying the director s seat by this point, revived the series nine years later with 2013 s Curse of Chucky, reverting back to straight slasher horror. Critics approved of the new earnest approach, compelling characters, and its narrative ties back to the original film. 2017 s Cult of Chucky continued to defy the laws of diminishing horror sequel returns with its most outsized story yet, generating the best reviews of the 20-year-old franchise.Meanwhile, Mark Hamill was tapped to voice the doll-face killer in 2019 s Child s Play, which dug up a new chilling storyline attuned to today s technological world. Whichever timeline you re here for (and who says Chucky and Buddi can t meet up at one point?), we re ranking all Child s Play and Chucky movies by Tomatometer!

(Photo by Valerie Macon/AFP via Getty Images)It seems not even a pandemic can stop awards season. Some films like Dune are still a question mark to finish in time for a theatrical 2020 release, but with the Academy extending the window for eligibility and allowing films to bypass a theatrical roll-out, the show will go on even if the show is virtual. Bringing back our series of Ridiculously Early Oscar Predictions, we start the 2020-2021 awards season with the gentlemen. We admit it s a little early, but this isn t exactly a normal Oscar year.Our early Best Actor predictions list is still a bit tenuous, as several films have yet to be screened by critics groups and voters before the February deadline for Oscar submissions. No matter what happens, the upcoming season will make history as the first in which films will not have to screen in theaters to contend for Hollywood s top prize, which sets up some intriguing possibilities for what films could break through and snag a nomination. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) announced earlier this summer that the Oscars would be postponed by two months to April 25, 2021, and extended-release date eligibility rules to February 28, 2021, in addition to allowing streaming-only submissions and making all eligible films available on the Academy screening library, forgoing the typical Oscar voter screenings.Despite being already dubbed The Netflix Season by many of those in the know, fierce competition is a-brewing for 2020. A number of the films likely to be in the conversation have already screened and earned Tomatometer scores, and pundits are already singling out the major standout performances in them. Our list does include performances nobody has seen, but for which pre-release buzz and expectations are high. With that said, some on this list may end up in the Supporting Actor category.Whether we like it or not, the campaigns are quietly underway, the conversation has started, and we re now ready to join it. If history and basic math tell us anything, it is that most of these names won t make it to Oscar night, but we re pretty confident many of them will be right up there in awards chatter. So please read on as we break down our ridiculously early picks for 2020 Best Actor contenders.Don t agree with our picks? Have at us in the comments.Daniel Kaluuya and LaKeith Stanfield, Judas and the Black Messiah (2021) 96%LaKeith Stanfield and Daniel Kaluuya are two of the most electrifying young actors in Hollywood. Working with acclaimed directors like Denis Villeneuve, Rian Johnson, Destin Daniel Cretton, Jordan Peele, Steve McQueen, and Ryan Coogler (who serves as a producer on Judas and The Black Messiah), both actors have amassed impressive filmographies and varied work in just a few short years. After working together for Jordan Peele s Oscar-Winning masterwork Get Out, Stanfield and Kaluuya reunite here to portray two pivotal if not well-known names from the Black Civil Rights movement. Stanfield plays William O Neal, a petty criminal-turned-informant who agrees to work for the FBI to take down Fred Hampton (Kaluuya), the leader of the Illinois chapter of the Black Panther Party. Catapulted into the conversation by a fiery new trailer, the film has all the right pieces to make a deep run, come awards season. A tragic true-life tale with sociopolitical undertones featuring a former Best Actor nominee is the stuff Oscar campaigns are made of. The only question mark now is whether or not the film which has an unspecified 2021 release date will premiere before the February deadline to be eligible for 2020 accolades.Delroy Lindo, Da 5 Bloods (2020) 92%There have been dozens of Vietnam War films over the years to compete for Oscars, but none like Da 5 Bloods, Spike Lee s follow-up to his Oscar-winning hit BlacKkKlansman. The film features stand-out performances from Clarke Peters, Norm Lewis, Isiah Whitlock Jr., Chadwick Boseman, and Lovecraft Country star Jonathan Majors, but the most actorly performance belongs to Delroy Lindo, who s likely to compete for the Best Actor prize. As the bombastic member of Da 5 Bloods tasked with returning to Vietnam to bring home the remains of a comrade lost during the war and perhaps a hidden fortune Lindo is transformative. Despite a career that spans nearly five decades and over 70 credits, it s surprising that Lindo has never been in the awards conversation, and his role here as the Trump-supporting Vietnam vet with PSTD is his best shot. Spike Lee is coming off his Oscar win for BlacKkKlansman, and his cachet with voters has never been higher. With its timely message, the film could be a huge play for Netflix, which is assumed to do well in this streaming-friendly season.Timothée Chalamet, Dune (2021) 89%Jacqueline ColeyIn the four short years since he broke out into the mainstream with his Oscar-nominated performance in Call Me By Your Name, Timothée Chalamet s name has percolated in the awards conversation. This year he has the enviable position of having two films that could earn him a nomination: Wes Anderson s The French Dispatch and Denis Villeneuve s Dune. His turn in Dune, however, is what we re banking on for him and Arrival director Villeneuve to weave some Oscar magic, with a long-awaited adaptation of the award-winning science-fiction novel by Frank Herbert, poised to be a far cry from David Lynch s much-derided 1984 adaptation. Villeneuve has been on an unbeatable streak with critics and has a proven track record for crafting genre films that capture voters attention, scoring nominations for four of his last five Certified Fresh features, though he failed to secure an acting nomination for Amy Adams in Arrival. It stands to reason that if Dune lives up to even half of its hype, it could equal the accolades of George Miller s Mad Max: Fury Road and perhaps top it with an acting nomination for Chalamet. Starring alongside Oscar Issac, Zendaya, Jason Mamoa, and Javier Bardem, Chalamet is currently in Budapest filming re-shoots; a trailer is expected by the end of the month, and Villeneuve recently said that Dune could be this generation s The Lord of the Rings, so anything is possible.Anthony Hopkins, The Father (2020) 98%(Photo by Sony Pictures Classics)Since The Father s debut at the Sundance film festival earlier this year, Anthony Hopkins has been penciled in at the top of just about every Best Actor tip sheet by awards prognosticators. Still Fresh at 100% on the Tomatometer, the film, which is based on a French play, has seen acclaimed adaptations for Broadway, the London West End, and the French stage, and in each iteration, the actor playing the titular Father has taken home the best acting prize. Adapted and directed by the original playwright, Florian Zeller, the film is a poignant and disturbing journey through the deterioration of a man s mind. Suffering from Alzheimer s, an aging man stubbornly refuses his daughter s aid despite the grown evidence he is losing his grip on reality. A difficult watch, Hopkins work is incomparable with Gregory Ellwood of The Playlist calling it his best work this century. It should bring Hopkins back into the Lead Actor conversation following his supporting nomination last year playing retired Pope Benedict for The Two Popes, and it could be the role that brings him back to the winner s dais for the first time since he won in 1991 as the iconic and terrifying Hannibal Lecter in Jonathan Demme s The Silence of the Lambs.Andrew Garfield, The Eyes of Tammy Faye (2021) 66%Televangelists Tammy Faye Bakker and her husband Jim were two of the most salacious personalities of the 1970s and early 80s, and this drama, based on the award-winning documentary The Eyes of Tammy Faye Bakker, chronicles their rise and very public fall. The story, filled with drugs, fraud, sexuality, and, of course, Jesus, is as legendary as it is incredulous and should place both Jessica Chastain (as Tammy Faye) and Andrew Garfield (as Jim) on the lips of many prominent voices in awards punditry. It also doesn t hurt that it was directed by Michael Showalter, who was in the director s chair for the 2017 Oscar-nominated film The Big Sick. This is another film without a solid release date, so it could be pushed back to 2021, but it will likely still screen in time for the 2020 season. Keep an eye out for an I, Tonya-styled campaign strategy for the previously nominated Garfield and two-time nominee Chastain.Ben Affleck, The Way Back (2020) 84%Ben Affleck has been unfairly maligned as mediocre despite two Oscars and acclaimed work in award-winning films, including Shakespeare in Love, Argo, Good Will Hunting, Gone Baby Gone, and The Town. Following some personal and professional hardships, Affleck kicked off the year with a celebrated performance that mirrored his personal struggles. The newly single father of three plays Jack Cunningham, a former high school basketball phenom who never lived up to expectations and buried his pain at the bottom of a bottle. Forced to take a coaching job at his alma mater years later, he focuses himself on helping the young team, which might be his final shot for redemption. It was a surprisingly well-received entry during the typically lackluster releases of January, and critics raved about the film s feelgood story arc and Affleck s heartfelt performance. Currently rated Certified Fresh at 83% on the Tomatometer, the comeback drama has a built-in awards-friendly storyline, based on true events that are similar to the recently sober star s own personal battles with alcohol exactly the type of narrative strategists love to parrot to voters during the season.Eddie Redmayne and Sacha Baron Cohen, The Trial of the Chicago 7 (2020) 89%(Photo by Netflix)Produced by Steven Spielberg and written and directed by Oscar-winner Aaron Sorkin, The Trial of the Chicago 7 was thought to be a surefire awards contender for Paramount earlier this year. However, difficulties arising from COVID-19 prompted Paramount to sell the film to Netflix, giving the streaming giant yet more ammunition for an impressive haul in what many are dubbing the Netflix Season. The story of seven men charged with inciting a riot outside the Democratic convention in 1969 as part of a larger protest to the Vietnam War is another film tailor-made for awards in an election year. It features key figures from the time, including Black Panther Chairman Fred Hampton (the center of the aforementioned Judas and The Black Messiah) as well as political activist Bobby Seale and famed members of the Chicago 7 Abbie Hoffman and Tom Hayden. Hoffman and Hayden are played by Oscar nominee Sacha Baron Cohen and Oscar-winner Eddie Redmayne, respectively, and both men are poised to rise above the already stacked cast that includes Succession s Jeremy Strong, Micheal Keaton, Joseph Gordon Levitt, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, and Willliam Hurt.John David Washington, Tenet (2020) 70%At several points in the past few months, there was some question whether or not Christopher Nolan s latest psychological action film, Tenet, would even reach theaters; as of now, it looks like it will, at least internationally. Never in doubt from a production standpoint, as the film has been long finished, the only question was if the global pandemic would prevent the film being screened in theaters. As Nolan is a staunch advocate of the theatrical experience, it was unlikely that it would shift over to a streaming platform or VOD, especially since Nolan has gone on record to say the films is most designed for the audience/big-screen experience. Appearing alongside our next Batman, Robert Pattinson, and Elizabeth Debecki in what seems to be a mind-bending Inception-style action flick, the star of the film is John David Washington, who looks to achieve what he was unable to garner for his breakout film, Spike Lee s BlacKkKlansman. The plot of  Tenet has been kept tightly under wraps even the name of Washington s character, which is currently listed as the protagonist but expectations are high, as Nolan, like Dune s Denis Villeneuve, is a director known for his ability to rack up Oscar nominations for genre films. As last year s Best Actor prize went to a role-based off a comic book character, it s reasonable to believe that this year, an exceptional performance from a genre thriller could do the same.Tom Hanks, News of the WorldIf it s Oscar season and Tom Hanks is in a movie, he s likely in the conversation. However, his Supporting Actor Oscar nomination last year for A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood was his first in nearly 20 years. After flirting with a nomination for Sully, The Post, and Captain Phillips, Hollywood s favorite dad is back in in the conversation with two pictures: Greyhound, in which he plays a captain for the third time, and News of the World, where you guessed it he plays yet another Captain. Hanks earned positive reviews for Greyhound, which he also wrote, but his best shot at a Best Actor nomination is likely for Paul Greengrass adaptation of the 2016 novel News of the World. Written by poet and author Paulette Giles, the novel set off a bidding war when it was optioned in 2017, eventually landing at Universal pictures. Unlike Netflix and smaller streamers, large-scale studios like Universal might be at a bit of a disadvantage at voting time, as their tried and true method for promotion cocktail parties, Q As, and craft showcase events will no longer be viable in the days of COVID-19. After three straight years with a favored film in the Best Picture race (Get Out, Green Book, and 1917), one of which was a winner, it will be interesting to see how Universal and the other large studios fare in the new landscape, and the Oscar push for News of the World and Hanks, in particular, will be a strong indication of whether or not they can stay nimble and adapt when forced to find innovative ways to reach voters.Also in contention: Gary Oldman MankLiam Neeson Ordinary LoveDenzel Washington The Tragedy of MacbethBenicio Del Toro The French DispatchMatt Damon StillwaterAnsel Elgort West Side StoryMichael Fassbender Next Goal Wins
FX s day at the Television Critics Association winter press tour was loaded with news of premiere dates and renewals; although not every anticipated show is coming as soon as its fans would like (or as FX had promised). FX Networks and FX Productions chairman shared the following details on hits like Atlanta and American Horror Story — as well as new shows like Devs — with entertainment journalists on Thursday morning.Plus, news of a h
The Television Academy announced nominations in its 71st Emmy Awards on Tuesday. (See the full list here.) Among those nominations was crazy love for the final season of Game of Thrones — no matter what critics said about the series last episodes — but none for Homecoming, and massive Schitt s Creek enthusiasm, but little for Succession.Read on to find out who got snubbed and who was a surprise in this year s nominations. Have a snub or surprise you want to add yourself? Tell us in the comments!Surprise: Game of Thrones Supporting and Guest Actor Nominations(Photo by Helen Sloan/HBO)The Television Academy has rewarded Alfie Allen, Gwendoline Christie, and Carice van Houten for their dedicated work on HBO’s Game of Thrones; the former two scored supporting nominations, and the latter received a guest nomination. While the names of Kit Harington, Emilia Clarke, Lena Headey, Sophie Turner, Maisie Williams, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, and Peter Dinklage were all floating high on prediction lists, few expected the drama nominations sweep that the eight-season fantasy series pulled off on Tuesday. With its 32 nominations this year, the most for any program in a single season (beating NYPD Blue’s 25-year standing record), Game of Thrones now has the most Emmy nominations for a drama program in history with 161 and the most Emmys won with 47.Snub: Homecoming Snubbed in All Categories(Photo by Amazon Prime Video)One of the most acclaimed TV series of last year, and the winner of our own Golden Tomato Award for Best Drama, Homecoming was snubbed in a number of major categories Tuesday morning. Sam Esmail’s twisty, Hitchcockian Amazon series missed out on a slot for Outstanding Drama, as well as for Outstanding Lead Actress for Julia Roberts and Outstanding Lead Actor for the excellent Stephan James. Its loss in the Outstanding Drama Series category did make room for kinda-surprises like Pose and Bodyguard, which were not considered absolute locks going into nominations morning.Surprise: Comedy Rules (the Tomatometer)Debbie DayThe average Tomatometer for Best Comedy Series is 97.86% on the Tomatometer, while the average for Best Drama Series is 87.13%. Even if Game of Thrones eighth season 54% is removed, the drama category still only averages 91.29%. Both seasons of Fleabag, for one, are Certified Fresh at 100%, contributing to comedy s dominance.Snub: Richard Madden for Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series for BodyguardDebbie DayWhile Netflix’s U.K. terrorist thriller Bodyguard may have scored an Outstanding Drama Series nomination, star Richard Madden – who had been considered a lock in the drama actor category – was left in the cold. It was one of the biggest snubs of the morning, considering the critical praise heaped on Madden for his dedicated, physically and emotionally demanding performance as war vet David Budd, not to mention his Golden Globe win for the role. Madden’s loss might have been Milo Ventimiglia’s gain, though; the This Is Us star was a semi-surprise, sneaking into the category.Surprise: When They See Us Women Dominate Limited Series Category(Photo by Atsushi Nishijima/Netflix)Pundits were predicting that Jharrel Jerome, who plays one of the five wrongly accused men, Korey Wise, in Ava DuVernay’s When They See Us, might nab a spot in the limited series lead actor category – and he did. The big surprise today was that Niecy Nash, who plays Wise’s mom Delores, and Anjanue Ellis, who plays Sharon Salaam, were both nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or TV Movie. The two women beat out big names like Emma Stone for Maniac and Julianna Margulies for The Hot Zone. A surprise to prognosticators, sure, but anyone who saw their work as desperate mothers fighting the system in the acclaimed Certified Fresh Netflix miniseries might have seen this kind of upset coming. Vera Farmiga also got a nod in the Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie category, a nomination that some saw as a snub of Carmen Ejogo, who was considered a favorite for her role in True Detective.Snubs: Allison Janney for Mom and Pamela Adlon for Better Things for Comedy Lead Actress(Photo by Sonja Flemming/CBS)Seven-time Emmy winner Janney won in this category in 2016 and has been nominated in the role of Bonnie Plunkett five times, and Adlon has one win and seven nominations overall, two for her role as Sam Fox. Both were seen by experts as likely nominees, but those spots went instead to…Surprise: Christina Applegate for Dead to Me and Catherine O Hara for Schitt’s Creek(Photo by Netflix)Where there are snubs, there are also surprises. Applegate and O’Hara give Netflix and Pop, respectively, reason to cheer with their nominations in the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series.Surprise: Speaking of Schitt’s Creek…(Photo by Pop)Eugene Levy was a surprise nomination in the comedy actor category, taking a spot that experts anticipated would go to Jim Carrey for Kidding, and the title itself surprised in the comedy series category, beating out expected nominee The Kominsky Method, which won a Golden Globe earlier this year.Snub: Succession in the Acting Categories(Photo by Peter Kramer/HBO)The HBO title grabbed a best drama nomination — good luck against Game of Thrones! — but was shut out of the acting categories, despite favored performances from James Cromwell for guest actor, Kieran Culkin and Matthew Macfadyen for supporting actor, and Brian Cox for lead actor. Sarah Snook and Jeremy Strong were also in the conversation.Like this? 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meanwhile in the upside down pic.twitter.com/BtPlMjy0pS Stranger Things (@Stranger_Things) October 1, 2020Filming had only been underway for about a month when the COVID-19 pandemic cut production short, but it resumed again at the very end of September. Needless to say, the show was certainly not going to be ready to air until the latter half of 2021 at the earliest. Up to this point, each season came out around the time of year when it took place — i.e. Season 2 took place around Halloween and was released in October, Season 3 took place over summer break and came out around the 4th of July — and the fact that the upcoming season takes place during the school year (and, judging from social media clues, in the fall) led us to believe Season 4 could have potentially premiered in the fall of 2021. Then, of course, we got the teaser released on August 6, 2021, which didn t show us much of anything new, but declared that Season 4 would drop sometime in 2022. Is it possible that Netflix will hold it until the fall of 2022 to keep with tradition? Maybe, but that means we ve got a long wait ahead of us.Will There Be More?There had been plenty of speculation that the fourth season of Stranger Things would be the last — especially since the young actors definitely don t look like middle schoolers anymore. But in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Ross Duffer said that the story isn t wrapping up just yet. Season 4 won t be the end, he said. We know what the end is, and we know when it is. [The pandemic-induced shut-down] has given us time to look ahead, figure out what is best for the show. Starting to fill that out gave us a better idea of how long we need to tell that story. What s Up With This Eleven Teaser?While there s still no premiere date, the powers that be at Netflix know that multiple years is way too long to go without any new Stranger Things content whatsoever — which is why they released a new (mysterious, of course) teaser in May hinting at some previously unrevealed information about Season 4.The minute-long clip is focused on Eleven, featuring what appears to be a flashback of the facility where our favorite superpowered teen was raised. As the clock strikes 3 (you ll recall we know episode 2 is titled  Tick Tok Mr. Clock ), children play games (including what looks like Demogorgon chess — Queen s Gambit crossover confirmed! kidding) in a medical/science-type facility. A magic 8 ball reads signs point to yes and a Plinko game with discs that landed on numbers 4, 7 and 8. A man says, Good morning, children as the camera pans to a door with 11 on it — and our Eleven (played by Brown), startled, opens her eyes. What does it mean?! And are we getting more?! That s up to us to analyze and wait until Netflix decides to give us some more info.Stranger Things 4 will premiere on Netflix in 2022.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
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Ghcxuf (Photo by Buena Vista)Comic book movies have given us plenty of fun and interesting worlds to visit the Marvel Cinematic Universe keeps expanding, from the streets of Queens to the vastness of outer space, and the DC Universe has brought to life famed locations like Gotham City and Themyscira  but few of those worlds have portrayed what life would look like if the presence of superpowered beings were normalized. One of the first glimpses we got was in 2000 s James Gunn-penned The Specials, which was really more of a dysfunctional family comedy that just happened to take place in a world populated by superheroes.But in 2005, Disney released a playful, unassuming little movie called Sky High, which addressed not only what a world filled with superheroes would actually look like, but specifically how it might feel for its extra-gifted teenagers. Despite a much lower budget than your average blockbuster, Sky High delivers a lot of heroic action and plenty of nods to the Silver Age of comic books, all wrapped in an intimate story that still manages to have high stakes. For its 15th anniversary, we re taking the Hero or Sidekick test to tell everyone why Sky High is one of the most inventive and overlooked superhero films of its time.ITS WORLD IS FULLY FLESHED OUT FROM THE BEGINNING(Photo by Buena Vista)What would the world look like if superheroes were commonplace? Prior to 2005, we rarely saw depictions of normal life for superheroes  The Specials and, to a lesser extent, Mystery Men and The Incredibles are notable examples  but Sky High hints at a larger world early on. Spoken by the story s hero, Michael Angarano s Will Stronghold, the first line of the film literally begins with In a world full of superheroes… and runs with that concept, showing what it might look like if nearly everyone (or at least a big chunk of the population) had superpowers. The film introduces the idea that the children of superhuman folks inherit at least one of their parent s powers, so not only is legacy a big theme in the film, but there are hints at a long history of superhero lineages stretching back across decades.Of course, if you ve got superpowered children, it only makes sense to have a school for young would-be heroes; the Sky High campus rather appropriately floats in the clouds, and the only way to reach it is a flying bus. All the courses are related to superheroes and dedicated to teaching how to control one s powers. Imagine Hogwarts, but instead of Quidditch, kids play Save the Citizen, where teams of heroes and villains battle to save a mannequin from a deadly trap or destroy it. The bullies are naturally super fast or super strong, and the caste system is divided between those who the teachers deem heroes and those they deem sidekicks. Nowadays, it s common for superhero movies to riff on different genres like rom-coms, heist flicks, and road trip movies, but Sky High utilizes the teen comedy setting to demonstrate how to depict a fully fleshed-out world without the benefit of a blockbuster budget or a connected cinematic universe.IT POKES FUN AT CLASSIC SUPERHERO TROPES(Photo by Buena Vista)Years before Deadpool made fun of superhero clichés and elaborate plots, Sky High found the right balance of spoof and homage, fully embracing the inherently absurd nature of a world populated by superpowered beings who dress up in ridiculous costumes. The film is a self-aware comedy through and through, featuring a ton of references to comic book tropes, and it trusts its audience enough not the spoil the fun with unnecessary explanations, the way that something like Glass does.Superhero movies as we know them really began to take over the mainstream during the early 2000s, but for a good portion of the general moviegoing audience, the genre began and ended with Spider-Man, Superman, and particularly Batman, who had just been successfully rebooted in Christopher Nolan s Batman Begins a month before Sky High was released. Naturally, Sky High has plenty of references to that Silver Age classic character, like the Batcave-esque Secret Sanctum of Kurt Russell s Commander and Kelly Preston s Jetstream, only accessible via fireman s pole. At school, Dave Foley s teacher (and former sidekick) Mr. Boy teaches an English for Hero Support class that focuses on different iterations of Robin s famous catchphrase, Holy ____, ____Man! It s all cheeky stuff, but it reflects an admiration for the campy superhero stories that inspired the film.IT ANTICIPATES THE PITFALLS OF SUPERHERO FAME(Photo by Buena Vista)In the film s DVD extras, director Mike Mitchell said that he wanted the adults in Sky High to be all insane in order to focus on the teenagers figuring things out and saving the day themselves. This inadvertently makes Sky High feel ahead of its time, as it anticipates a wave of superhero stories taking a cynical look at the genre.The past several years have seen a reexamination of the role of superheroes in modern society in various films and TV series, ranging from Captain America: Civil War and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice to The Boys and Watchmen. These projects explore the idea of superheroes as virtual deities who are perhaps out of touch with the common world they supposedly fight to protect and oblivious to the danger they pose to it.In Sky High, a life of being worshipped as a hero has made The Commander so detached and egocentric that he can t even remember the name of the sidekick who once saved his life. He s so dismissive of sidekicks, in fact, that when Will confesses that he s been placed in the sidekick curriculum, The Commander destroys a phone in a fit of anger and opens up a kitchen drawer to reveal a half dozen more of them, indicating this isn t an isolated incident. At school, Bruce Campbell s gym teacher Coach Boomer is something of a verbal abuser who encourages the heroes to bully and ostracize their presumably lesser classmates, despite acknowledging that sidekicks have become villains in the past. It s all played for laughs, of course, but it hints at the sort of abuse of power that has become the central conflict for so many of today s superhero stories.ITS ACTION IS GROUNDED IN CHARACTER MOMENTS(Photo by Buena Vista)By nature, superhero movies usually feature a few big action set pieces and massive fights. Sure, it s exciting to see the heroes use their powers in a battle, but Sky High takes a different and more intimate approach. Take, for example, the first time Will fights his apparent nemesis, school outcast Warren Peace (Steven Strait), or the Save the Citizen sequence. These scenes focus on emotional development rather than spectacle; the former sees Will realize and use his powers for the first time, while the latter illustrates how Will s confidence begins to warp his self image. Even the film s climactic battle uses action to highlight the theme of acceptance and overcoming social and familial expectations to find yourself and your tribe. They re fun scenes in and of themselves, but they also serve to illustrate deeper ideas at the core of the film, and that s arguably more meaningful than watching the good guys beat up on another generic horde of nameless baddies.In the 15 years since the release of Sky High, the superhero genre has ebbed and flowed between gritty realism and popcorn fantasy, but few films have dealt with the ins and outs of superpowered life quite as playfully. It wasn t the first superhero film to treat its subject matter with a healthy dose of cheeky meta humor, but it offered a unique perspective on some familiar themes that would find an echo in the later X-Men films, Shazam!, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, The Umbrella Academy, and even the popular Japanese manga/anime series My Hero Academia, which shares a lot of the same DNA. Turns out, being a teenager is never easy, even when you re blessed with extraordinary powers.Where You Can Watch It NowFandangoNOW (rent/own), Vudu (rent/own), Amazon (rent/own), Google (rent/own), HBO Max (subscription), iTunes (rent/own)Sky High was released on July 29, 2005. 😈😈

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亚博投注安全 New Trailers: ESPN s The Last Dance Michael Jordan Docuseries Moves From Summer to an April 19 PremiereMore trailers:Normal People, adaptation of Sally Rooney’s bestselling novel, starring Daisy Edgar-Jones and Paul Mescal (Hulu)#blackAF, season 1, starring Rashida Jones and Kenya Barris (Netflix)I Know This Much Is True, a limited series starring Mark Ruffalo (HBO)Bad Education, true crime story starring Hugh Jackman (HBO)Rick and Morty, the second half of season 3, which premieres on May 3 (Adult Swim)Punk d, hosted by Chance the Rapper (Quibi)Dirty John: The Betty Broderick Story, season 2, starring Amanda Peet and Christian Slater (USA)The Main Event, a WWE-themed movie starring Tichina Arnold, Seth Carr, Adam Pally, and The Miz (Netflix)When the Street Lights Go On, teen murder mystery, starring Queen Latifah (Quibi)The Good Fight, season 4, starring Christine Baranski and John Larroquette (CBS All Access)American Dad!, 15th anniversary, with guest stars The Weeknd, Patton Oswalt, and Ron Perlman (TBS)What We Do in the Shadows, season 2 (FX)Future Man, season 3, starring Josh Hutcherson (Hulu)Trying, season 1, dramedy starring Esther Smith and Rafe Spall (Apple TV+)Outer Banks, teen drama starring Charles Esten (Netflix)Love Wedding Repeat, a wedding comedy starring Olivia Munn (Netflix)LA Originals, a documentary about Chicano artists Mister Cartoon and Estevan Oriol (Netflix)Gayme Show, hosted by Matt Rogers and Dave Mizzoni (Quibi)Skrrt with Offset, a reality show about celebrities and their cars, hosted by Offset (Quibi)The Innocence Files, a docuseries about cases of wrongful conviction (Netflix)For all the latest TV and streaming trailers, subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel.Streaming Services See Major Uptick in Viewing Minutes(Photo by Netflix)No big surprise here: as the shelter-in-place orders continued to stack up across the country, the amount of time viewers have spent watching streaming services has continued to grow. For the week of March 16, the number of minutes spent viewing streaming platforms increased by 34 percent from the week of March 2, from 116.4 billion minutes to 156.1 billion, as per Nielsen data. Netflix had 29 percent of the total, followed by YouTube with 20 percent, Hulu with 10, Amazon with 9, and the other major streamers, including Disney+ and CBS All Access, sharing the remaining 31 percent. Netflix’s top program for the week of March 16: the Mark Wahlberg movie Spenser Confidential, claiming 1.25 billion minutes. (THR)Speaking of CBS All Access, the streaming service has extended its previously announced 30-day free trial offer to 60 days, with the codes GIFT and ENJOY.Casting News: Lost Star Josh Holloway Joins Yellowstone(Photo by Isabella Vosmikova/USA Network)Lost and Colony alum Josh Holloway joins the cast of Paramount Network’s Yellowstone for its third season, which premieres in June. He’ll play Roarke Morris, a hedge fund manager who becomes involved with the Dutton family. (EW)Development News: Empire Final Season Shortened by COVID-19 Shutdown(Photo by Michael Lavine/FOX)Fox’s Empire will end its sixth and final season two episodes sooner than it had planned, as the network will not finish its planned 20-episode production. Instead, episode 18, which airs on April 21, will serve as the series finale. Deadline reports the last episode may include footage from episode 19, which was being filmed when production was halted. The series had already had to edit its original series finale plans when Jussie Smollet was fired from the show in 2019. There has been talk of an Empire spin-off series revolving around Taraji P. Henson’s Cookie, which would allow the story to continue.Will this be the first big televised sports comeback? CNBC reports golf stars Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are negotiating to battle each other in a two-on-two event that would pair them with pro football stars Tom Brady and Peyton Manning in a charity game. The game, which would pair Mickelson with Brady and Woods with Manning, would likely take place in May and air on TNT.Cinemablend reports a fan survey suggests Disney+ may be readying to add a batch of new shows to the streaming service that includes Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Modern Family, Malcolm in the Middle, Firefly, How I Met Your Mother, and black-ish.Rapper, and Degrassi: The Next Generation star, Drake is going to produce an adaptation of the nonfiction motivational book The 48 Laws of Power as a Quibi series. He will also direct an episode of the series, which will unfold one of the titular 48 tips from author Robert Greene’s book in each ep. (THR)Michael Bay has signed a first-look deal with Sony that will include movies and TV series. Bay is currently an executive producer on Amazon’s Jack Ryan series and USA’s The Purge. (THR)Scrubs stars, and real-life pals, Zach Braff and Donald Faison have joined in on the trend of classic TV stars – like casts of The Sopranos and The Office – launching rewatch podcasts of their series. The duo are co-hosting Fake Doctors, Real Friends With Zach + Donald, a podcast that will include their own recollections of Scrubs episodes, as well as interviews with their fellow cast members and fans of the series. (EW)Issa Rae’s HBO comedy Insecure is becoming a mobile videogame, where fans will get to play as a version of her character in the show. Insecure: The Come Up Game is scheduled to be released in June.Amazing wildlife + beautiful cinematography = Wonderstruck, BBC America’s newly-expanded lineup of nature programming, designed to help us all relax just a little during this extra stressful time. The network’s Wonderstruck shows will now air Thursday and Saturday nights on TV, and every day at the Wonderstruck TV website.The cast of the 1993-99 Fran Drescher CBS comedy The Nanny will reunite, via Zoom, for a table read of the series’ pilot episode. On Monday, April 6, the reunion will be posted on the Sony Pictures YouTube page. (Variety)Reese Witherspoon has launched a new Netflix series, Shine On at Home, in which she will chat with guests about various coronavirus-related topics, including health, marriage counseling, homeschooling children, divvying up household chores, and meal prep. The series, which she announced on Instagram, is a follow-up to her 2018 Netflix talk show Shine On with Reese.

《阿拉德之怒》早在之前就已经停止下载并下架应用商店,现在登录游戏很多功能也用不了了。虽说抄袭可耻,但是你正版手游做了六年,做得端游都快凉了还不上线,多少玩家有耐心等你呢? So it wasn’t even close. The legend of John Wick only grew this weekend when it took the presumption of a tight battle for the top spot and turned it into a franchise growth that Lionsgate can be proud of. The Endgame crowd delivered a bit less than expected this weekend but with Wick’s foot firmly on the pedal this weekend, the Avengers never had a chance. King of the Crop: John Wick Unleashed With Million Debut(Photo by Summit Entertainment)Since 2016, Lionsgate has only had two films open over million (one of them being John Wick: Chapter Two) and another five open over million. They also have not had a 0 million grosser since Wonder in 2017 and only had one movie (Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family Funeral) gross a total higher than what John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum made this weekend: million and another million internationally. Not bad for a film series with humble beginnings whose original film grossed all of million domestic. JW3 is the second-highest 3-day opening of Keanu Reeves’ career. While The Matrix Reloaded is the highest with .7 million, the third chapter of that notable series (The Matrix Revolutions) opened on Wednesday and had .8 million in its first three days and a first weekend of .4 million. This is a success story all around for the actor, the studio and the filmmakers.Rotten Returns: The Sun Sets On WB As Star Joins Weakest Wide Openings(Photo by Warner Bros. / courtesy Everett Collection)There is no other way to describe The Sun Is Also A Star’s numbers this week than rotten. Warner Bros. did not seem to do much for the film marketing-wise and only got the film released in 2,073 theaters. That is the lowest wide launch for the studio since 2012’s Cloud Atlas opened in 2,008 theaters. The .6 million estimate for Sun ranks down there with Almost Heroes (.83 million), Lucky You (.71), Grind (.51), The Adventures of Pluto Nash (.18), Major League: Back to the Minors (.08) and the Zac Efron DJ film, We Are Your Friends (.76) for WB lows on films opening in over 2,000 theaters.The Top Ten And Beyond: Endgame Still Eyeing The All-Time Record(Photo by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures / © Marvel Studios / courtesy Everett Collection)So where is Avengers: Endgame after four weeks? At 0 million it is now officially the second-highest grossing film of all-time both domestically. Worldwide, it sits at .61 billion still chasing down Avatar’s .78 billion with just 3 million to go. However it has fallen off of The Force Awakens’ pace by million and all of a sudden falling back to just the 11th best fourth weekend of all-time, it is pretty guaranteed at this point that J.J. Abrams’ film will remain the all-time domestic champion.Pokemon Detective Pikachu finds itself on similar ground with Hotel Transylvania 3 which had .7 million after its second weekend of wide release. Adam Sandler’s animated sequel made .7 million that weekend while the Pikachu made .8 million and stands at million. That suggests the 0 million production is headed somewhere around 7 million domestic. It has made 6 million worldwide to date.The rest of the Top Ten is a sad place. Not just with dogs dying over and over in A Dog’s Journey, but the numbers for the sequel are just not up to Universal’s expectations. They had a surprise little hit with A Dog’s Purpose which opened to .2 million in January 2017 and finished with .5 million domestic and 5 million worldwide. Journey opened to just million and is going to have to stretch hard to reach million. Maybe even million. And it just gets more depressing from there. Any movie making more than the Certified Fresh bomb Long Shot on this list has been critically reviled, like STX’s double failure of UglyDolls (.2 million/30%) and Poms ( million/32%). And for the third straight week The Intruder ( million/29%) managed to beat the Charlize Theron/Seth Rogen comedy. Looks as if The Hustle (.1 million/15%) is going to outgross it too.This Time Last Year: Deadpool Continued The Summer Superhero Dominance(Photo by 20th Century Fox Film Corp. All rights reserved./courtesy Everett Collection)Audiences substituted one group of superheroes for another when Deadpool 2 took over the top spot from the Avengers with a 5.5 million start. Avengers: Infinity War fell to second place and was just short of 0 million. Book Club started much better than Poms did last week, opening in third with .5 million. Finally, the controversial family film, Show Dogs, opened to just million and was later edited to remove its offensive take on consent. The Top Ten films grossed an impressive 0.4 million but they averaged a dismal 50.4% on the Tomatometer. This year’s Top Ten grossed an estimated 1.8 million and averaged 53.4%.On the Vine: Disney Tries To Avoid Another Dumbo Will Booksmart’s Critical Support Be Enough?(Photo by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures / courtesy Everett Collection)Disney hopes to avoid another Memorial Day disappointment with their second live-action remake of 2019 with Aladdin. Can Will Smith replace the memory of Robin Williams or will the film go the way of Dumbo? Meanwhile, James Gunn is producing the bizarro Superman tale, Brightburn, a horror film about an intergalactic child using his powers for evil. Finally there is Olivia Wilde’s directorial debut, Booksmart, which drew raves at SXSW this year (still a perfect 100% on the Tomatometer). But can the already struggling United Artists Releasing partnership between Annapurna, MGM and Orion successfully get the word out or will this be doomed to discovery after it leaves theaters?The Full Top 10: May 17-19John Wick: Chapter 3 -- Parabellum (2019) 89% – .02 million (.02 million total)Avengers: Endgame (2019) 94% – .41 million (0.80 million total)Pokémon Detective Pikachu (2019) 68% – .81 million (.00 million total)A Dog's Journey (2019) 51% – .00 million (.00 million total)The Hustle (2019) 14% – .08 million (.14 million total)The Intruder (2019) 33% – .02 million (.05 million total)Long Shot (2019) 81% – .40 million (.7 million total)The Sun Is Also a Star (2019) 52% – .60 million (.60 million total)Poms (2019) 36% – .09 million (.01 million total)UglyDolls (2019) 28% – .60 million (.24 million total)

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Congratulations to #HoneyBoy director @Almaharel for winning the First-Time Feature Film directing award at last night s #DGAAwards! pic.twitter.com/cvu0qSiQzu Rotten Tomatoes (@RottenTomatoes) January 26, 2020Let s talk about Free the Work – the searchable database you founded where people can find underrepresented creators to work with. It comes off the back of your organization, Free the Bid, which you developed to help people get work in commercials. Why did you set up these organizations — what need were you looking to fill?Har el: I guess I was very much like a struggling immigrant and an independent filmmaker, trying to make my mark and develop my voice and find a way to sustain myself. And I ve realized that a lot of the filmmakers that I grew up admiring — you could call them like independent American auteurs, like Spike Jonze — a lot of the ways some of these filmmakers supported themselves was through directing commercials. I always was wondering about it as somebody that has no safety net to fall on and no way to support myself financially and never went to film school. And I was like, how could these people exist? And how do they make it work between films? And realizing that it s such a big part of how male filmmakers often support themselves – is by directing other things. I wanted to make sure that the doors were open to women.When I got in myself and managed to direct some commercials and win awards for that, I realized that on every triple bid that I was on, I was always the only woman that s even allowed to bid. [Editor s note: a triple bid is where an advertiser, agency, or client requests bids for a project/assignment from three creatives.] So Free the Bid started before Free the Work by creating that kind of system of commitment from advertising agencies and brands to allow a woman to bid. And it definitely made a huge change in the advertising world in terms of the amount of women that are directing.I think what we re seeing now is, as with everything, that women of color and Black women haven t gotten the same opportunity as white women. But that s something we ve been really putting a lot of focus on since we launched Free the Work, which has expanded to take care and to represent and find opportunities for underrepresented creators that are not just women, but people of color and people from the LGBTQIA community, people with a disability. Ageism I would say is a huge thing, too, both for women and for men, but especially for women.So all of those things come together to really make sure that more women get an opportunity to be considered, to be hired, and also to sustain their careers when they re not making a movie, when they re not on a production. I think just seeing the amount of work that does get made, and then often doesn t get recognized, is another story that I ve also focused on in the past few years.Eliza Scanlen and Toby Wallace in Shannon Murphy s Babyteeth. (Photo by © IFC Films)That’s why I get such joy when I see some of the films on this list below. Because for instance, a film like Babyteeth, which is, to me it s like my favorite film of the year I would say. Eliza Scanlen gives an incredible performance; Toby Wallace is I think one of the best new actors that I ve seen. Michelle Lotters and Ben Mendelsohn, it s like four perfect performances. And it s directed by a woman, Shannon Murphy, it s her first film. It s written by Rita Kalnejais, it s her first script, a theater playwright. You have this film that has a first-time script writer and first-time director that had four incredible performances and definitely got some amazing reviews. And that s, to me, really exciting to see that that happens.You have three films on your list of Women s History Month recommendations that are fairly well known, but they re so different, being Raw, Portrait Of A Lady On Fire, and Beach Rats. It s so incredible to me, especially Beach Rats, because that to me is my favorite Eliza Hittman movie; I just felt like what she did and what Harris Dickinson did in that movie was just so It didn t feel like cinema. It just felt like you were taking a slice of this person s life. And then Céline Sciamma with that sweeping epic romance in Portrait, and then on the other side, Julia Ducournau with this completely inventive horror-movie and coming-of-age tale, Raw.Har el: And exceptional visually her film, too, Raw. It has sequences in it that are just extremely cinematic and moody and transcend anything you can think about in the context of horror, in terms of your relationship to your body and blood and all of those things. It s really such an impressive film. And I believe that Beach Rats just pierced the screen in terms of the way it became one with reality. And it was amazing. Portrait of a Lady, the ending itself, that last scene with that long shot of her watching, it s unforgettable. It really stays with you.Adele Haenel and Noemie Merlant in Céline Sciamma s Portrait of a Lady On Fire. (Photo by © Neon)It’s another film that, by the way, has such a charisma. It s so easy to have charisma when there s, I don t know, a lot of tension and fireworks and budgets and all of those things. But sometimes you see a film that just has this inherent charisma and soul. And just these things that it s almost like meeting somebody when you see this film, you know what I mean? You re not just watching a film, you re meeting somebody.Absolutely.Har el: You re not really meeting the filmmaker, or not only meeting the filmmaker, you re meeting the moment that brought them together with all of these people who were on this crew and made this film together. But you re just meeting it. Like, I don t know, it s like this feeling. I can t really explain it and I have it sometimes.By the way, speaking about sticking the landing, the film Or — which means “light” in Hebrew — it has one of my favorite actresses in the world; her name is Dana Ivgy and she was absolutely brilliant. And that film s ending has f ked me up for years. I still think about it. If you want a good landing, watch that film, because you re watching the whole film, you think you re watching one thing, and then in the end, you realize what you witnessed. And you re a witness when you see this film. You re a witness. It s amazing. It s unbelievable.William Eadie in Lynne Ramsay s Ratcatcher. (Photo by © First Look International)I also want to make sure I touch on Lynne Ramsay because she illustrates one of the more difficult sides of female filmmaking right now, and that is the gap between films. Because she did Ratcatcher in 99, and then Morvern Callar, and then it was almost 10 years before We Need To Talk About Kevin, and it kind of shows this disparity. Male filmmakers: one good indie film and they re directing a Marvel movie. Which has changed more recently, but she did Ratcatcher and it took almost another decade before we really got her consistently working in Hollywood.Har el: Ratcatcher is such a seminal movie to so many of the filmmakers that I know. I mean, I know that Natasha Braier [the cinematographer who shot Honey Boy], almost every time she shoots a film, she watches Ratcatcher before. And I saw it when I was obviously really young and I couldn t even articulate what I saw in it. I mean, I couldn t really say what I see in cinema until I made cinema in a way. Because, I don t know, I ve never studied it and I wasn t very theoretical about it. I was just very raw about it. There was something about Ratcatcher, though, that literally opened my mind to what s possible in terms of getting into somebody s head and mood and feelings through watching the screen. It’s just a film that I m sure informed so much of what I did in Bombay Beach and a lot of my work, because it just has that nuance. And at the same time, it s just visually yeah, it s just arresting. Again, it has that charisma and that kind of unexplained feeling that you are transported somewhere.Alma Har el s Honey Boy is available on Amazon Prime; Bombay Beach is available on Vudu and FandangoNOW.Alma Har el s 10 Films – And One Series! – For Women s History Month

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