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华体会游戏平台采用百度引擎3(Baidu 7)Origin: Mexican FolkloreMemorable Adaptations: Mama, The Curse of La LloronaAt some point in every mythology, there s a tale of female, particularly maternal, vengeance think Dionysus or Medea (the Greek myth, not the Tyler Perry version). Even the original Friday the 13th can be traced back to a mother scorned. In The Curse of La Llorona, a mother drowns her children in a jealous rage to seek revenge on her cheating husband. Reckoning with what she did, she commits suicide, only to be denied entry to the afterlife, cursed to roam the earth weeping, drowning children, and tormenting mothers for all her days. It s a true word-of-mouth legend, unable to be traced back to any known story or event, and director Michael Chaves told us, It can be difficult to manage the nuances of it being an oral tradition. It s hard to pin down what is the right version. So you [go] through all of it to find [the] core experience that so many people grew up on, [what was] told to them as kids. That s what we wanted to bring on screen.

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We break it all down below.Here’s what critics are saying about The Invisible Man:Is it a worthy remake?The Invisible Man demands to be seen, because this is the right way to reboot a horror movie.  William Bibbiani, The WrapIt’s everything a remake should be, and then some… One of the best things you will see this year.  Doug Jamieson, The Jam ReportThe Invisible Man is respectful to the classic Universal monster movie with which it shares its name, but this is no reverential retread.  Philip De Semlyen, Time OutThe Invisible Man is a superb genre effort that absolutely deserves to be seen.  Anthony O Connor, FilmInkThis new The Invisible Man is no fun.  Armond White, National ReviewDoes it honor H.G. Wells original story?A truly arresting, up-to-the-moment take on old material that makes it feel as fresh and new as if it had been conceived today. Huw Fullerton, Radio TimesThe new version has so little to do with H.G. Wells’ original story that Wells doesn’t seem to be credited. Anywhere. At all. Not even a Special Thank You. Maybe he turned invisible too. William Bibbiani, The WrapIf Blumhouse had integrity, it would have honored H. G. Wells’ thesis that mankind’s inherent narcissism implicates us all. Armond White, National Review(Photo by Universal Pictures)What does it do for the Universal Classic Monsters brand?Does the legacy proud… We finally have a Universal Monster to be scared of again. Norman Gidney, HorrorBuzz[It’s] a successful restart to Universal s attempts to bring its classic monsters into the modern era. Ian Sandwell, Digital SpyWhere Universal’s monsters are concerned, let’s hope we see more of its like. Kevin Harley, Total FilmIf they wind up all being as exceptional as Leigh Whannell’s The Invisible Man, we have many years of fantastic horror cinema ahead of us. Eric Eisenberg, Cinema BlendWhat will it remind us of?The Invisible Man delivers Hitchcock levels of tension, suspense and outright terror. Edward Douglas, The Weekend WarriorThere’s something Hitchcockian about the way this The Invisible Man plays out. John Nugent, Empire Magazine[Cecilia’s] moments of lucidity and positive intent become increasingly dominated by degrees of disorientation and general out-of-it-ness in ways that remind of some Hitchcock heroines, notably Ingrid Bergman in Notorious. Todd McCarthy, Hollywood ReporterThe Hitchcock glamour and attention to detail are there… I am a huge Hitchcock fan which I think added to my enjoyment of this movie. Grace Randolph, Beyond the Trailer(Photo by Universal Pictures)Is it scary?It puts you right on edge from the get-go and sets up the prospect of how the ordinary can be terrifying. Ian Sandwell, Digital SpyThe idea of Elisabeth Moss stalking around a dark attic with a flashlight may not seem particularly scary, but trust me – in Whannell’s hands, it is. Chris Evangelista, SlashfilmI got so scared, a couple of times I had to look away from the screen, which was hilariously ironic, because of course this is a movie about an invisible man — there’s nothing to see up there. Grace Randolph, Beyond the TrailerShots of nothing portend everything. This subtle approach is incredibly effective, and a reminder of how horror doesn’t always have to be frantic to raise dread. John Nugent, Empire MagazineThe Invisible Man lacks for truly terrifying moments. The film plays more like a thriller than a horror. Jude Dry, IndieWireThe debate will rage over whether to call this a horror movie. Doug Jamieson, The Jam ReportEither way, is it intense?Leigh Whannell, who created some incredible unique action sequences in his last movie, Upgrade, goes whole hog when it comes to the Invisible Man attack sequences. Eric Eisenberg, Cinema BlendThe writer-director well knows how to pace and space his revelations and jolts, how much to show and how much to withhold. Todd McCarthy, Hollywood ReporterThe big action spectacles, when we get there, feel worth the wait, as the filmmakers know when to ramp up the dazzling invisible man effects and when to pull them back. Angie Han, Mashable(Photo by Universal Pictures)How are the effects?The visual effects are flawless. Eric Eisenberg, Cinema BlendThey could easily create any invisible effect with modern technology, but Whannell knows that less is more. Fred Topel, Showbiz CheatSheetThe special effects work can look somewhat hokey. Doug Jamieson, The Jam ReportIs it a more character-driven effort?Moss, Hodge Reid and Kass are all open, inviting actors who earn our investment in their emotions and dilemmas. Todd McCarthy, Hollywood ReporterWith steady character work banking our investment, Whannell tightens the screws to scare. Kevin Harley, Total FilmHow is Elisabeth Moss?She delivers one of the best performances of her career. Eric Eisenberg, Cinema BlendIt’s a captivating and empathetic performance that’s easily her best mainstream cinematic effort to date. Doug Jamieson, The Jam ReportShe is absolutely magnificent, so haunting to watch. Sharronda Williams, Pay or WaitElisabeth Moss is absolutely mesmerizing… The movie is a great showcase for what she’s capable of as an actor. Edward Douglas, The Weekend WarriorThat it works quite as well as it does is down in no small part to Moss herself, who comm

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9.46.8 4月喜迎(Photo by Well GO USA/ courtesy Everett Collection)20 Movies To Watch If You Loved Train to BusanIf you re looking for more movies like Train to Busan, the South Korean zombie classic that sunk its teeth into savvy filmgoers and hasn t let go since its 2016 release, why not first punch your ticket for something in the shared universe? Check out Seoul Station, an animated prequel to Busan, directed by the same guy, Yeon Sang-ho. He was primarily an animation director before Busan (that was his live-action debut), and he followed that up with 2018 s Psychokinesis, his take on the superhero genre which also had a father-and-daughter relationship driving the plot. Yeon will be back in 2020 with Peninsula, another story set in the world of Train to Busan.For more from South Korean, consider checking out Rampant, a period piece action epic about – true to history, we re sure – a zombie outbreak. Deranged and The Wailing are also about illness and outbreak in contemporary SK. (For more quality choices from the region, see our list of 30 Certified Fresh South Korean movies.)If you re really into the whole train setting, seek out Snowpiercer, directed by Parasite s Bong Joon-ho, The Cassandra Crossing, about a biological weapon that may have been set loose in the caboose, and Howl, wherein a passenger train and its riders have to deal with an outbreak of werewolves.Zombie godfather George A. Romero spent his career exploring the different stages of undead chaos: from infection, to pandemic, to normalization. His last great film, Land of the Dead, explored the latter, depicting society that had tenuously adapted to a new, dark way of living. Carriers, The Road, and The Crazies (a remake of a Romero movie) are further entertaining, credible looks at society-destroying diseases in America.Of course, if you consider yourself a Train to Busan fan, you might also think of yourself an adventurous movie-watcher, ready for pandemic and outbreak movies beyond the borders of America. To that, we ve assembled suggestions from the UK (28 Weeks Later, Children of Men, The Girl With All The Gifts), Japan (I Am a Hero), France (Ravenous, The Night Eats the World), Germany (Rammbock: Berlin Undead), and Spain ([REC]).
(Click to enlarge.)After six grueling rounds full of drama and unexpected developments, one summer blockbuster has emerged from the pack to be crowned the Ultimate Summer Movie, and that movie is Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back. The first sequel to the original Star Wars considered by many to be the best of the franchise surprisingly struggled just a bit in the early rounds, as Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen and Sam Raimi s Spider-Man both posed bigger challenges than expected. But Empire rallied to defeat Captain America: Civil War (by its widest margin of victory in the whole tournament), Back to the Future, The Dark Knight Rises, and finally its own franchise successor, Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi, which it also defeated rather handily. Packed with iconic moments that have influenced the movies for decades, The Empire Strikes Back remains one of the best examples of how to craft an amazing sequel, so it isn t too surprising that it now reigns as the Ultimate Summer Movie!As always, thanks to everyone who voted, and we hope it was a fun diversion for all. See the tally for the final match-up below, and click through to see the results from previous rounds. And of course, stay tuned for our next showdown which should be coming soon!Recommended: All Star Wars Movies RankedRecommended: All DCEU Movies RankedRecommended: All MCU Movies RankedRound 1 Results | Round 2 Results | Round 3 Results | Round 4 Results | Round 5 ResultsFinal Round ResultsRound 1 Results | Round 2 Results | Round 3 Results | Round 4 Results | Round 5 ResultsThumbnail images by Everett Collection, ©20th Century Fox Film Corp., ©Warner Bros.

The Falcon and The Winter Soldier is the next Marvel Studios series to touch down on Disney+, hitting the streamer on Thursday, March 19. Continuing the Captain America storyline, the program finds the unlikely team-up of Steve Rogers closest friends Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie) and Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan) — a.k.a. the Falcon and the Winter Soldier. By the looks of things, the highly-anticipated show will be filled with loads of drama, intrigue, and rollicking action – at least according to initial social reactions from critics and journalists who have seen the first episode. The chemistry and throwback buddy cop-style banter even delivers some fun nostalgic Lethal Weapon feels. Altogether, this sounds like the perfect formula for some MCU goodness. But does the continuation of the Avengers story live up to the hype?Here s what critics are saying about The Falcon and The Winter Soldier s first episode on social today:IS IT WORTH THE WAIT?The first episode of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is exactly what you think it ll be, but that s not a bad thing. If you like this world and like these characters, you will like this. It s exactly what s been advertised: more Marvel, but shaped like a television show now. Jacob Hall, SlashFilmThe Falcon and the Winter Soldier is centered around my two least favorite characters in the MCU. While I wasn’t exactly blown away by the first episode, I will fully admit that it kept my interest and made me want to come back for seconds. I’m intrigued.#FalconAndWinterSoldier.- Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentSaw the first episode of FALCON AND THE WINTER SOLDIER. So far so good? Tough to tell after one episode, but I’m a huge Falcon fan so I’m glad this exists.- Mike Ryan, UPROXXExciting news: The Falcon And The Winter Soldier gets off to a kick-ass start with its first episode. Its high-flying action is perfectly worthy of the MCU, and the emotional stakes are set up well. It also has some cool surprises in store, so be spoiler-phobic!- Eric Eisenberg, CinemablendHOW LONG WILL THE EPISODES BE?(Photo by Marvel Studios)Looking forward to diving more into the
Dark Phoenix brings the current X-Men saga to a close, but according to critics, the film ends the franchise with more of a whimper than a bang. Despite its stellar cast, the involvement of longtime franchise writer/producer Simon Kinberg (who makes his directorial debut here), and an iconic storyline taken straight from the comics, the would-be blockbuster only managed a 23% on the Tomatometer and failed to win its opening weekend at the box office, falling second to the animated sequel The Secret Life of Pets 2 by almost million.But what did average moviegoers think of the movie? Dark Phoenix currently sports an Audience Score of 64% that s more than 40 points higher than the Tomatometer score so we decided to comb through the user reviews to get a sense of why the film resonated more with regular moviegoers than the critics. As we ve found with other films, it really came down to audiences being more forgiving of some of the film s flaws. Were there those who outright loved the movie? Absolutely, but there was a wide range of opinions offered, and we ve collected some of them below. Check out the user reviews of Dark Phoenix and let us know what you thought of the film, and these reviews, in the comments. (Note, some of the reviews have been slightly edited for length and grammar/spelling.)(Photo by Doane Gregory/20th Century Fox)How is the writing?Horrible writing It felt like the writers of this movie knew nothing about the characters besides maybe what had come before from the Fox X-Men universe. Nate 4, 0.5 starsNot as bad as people are making it out to be. It is watchable. It is, however, very cheesy, and there is not really a solid plot/storyline to drive the movie forward. It was kind of sloppily done. Bianca F., 2.5 starsHave always been a huge fan of the X-Men. However, this felt rushed, like trying to tie up ends. The premise was great and the material was there, but the delivery was all over the place. Michelle, 3 starsLiked the effects. Disliked the departure from the original storyline. No character development.– Al-kareem T., 3 StarsNot too complicated of a story. R, 4 starsWhat about the acting?People keep saying this movie is unwatchable and terrible. IDK what those people are watching, but I was glued to the screen the whole time. Yes it has its problems like any movie but I enjoyed it. Sophie did a good job! Carlos, 3 starsIt s just not the same since Wolverine is not in it any more, and I wasn t really crazy about what happened to Raven. I m still a big fan of Michael Fassbender, who played Magneto. If it weren t for him, the X-Men would just completely suck. Northside Movie Critic, 3 starsThe movie wasn t perfect, but it isn t entirely bad. Sophie Turner, Michael Fassbender, and James McAvoy lift this movie, which suffers from very minimal action sequences. Uma M., 3.5 starsSophie Turner dazzled as both hero and villain in this powerful finale to the X-men series. This movie had the best character development, and Jessica Chastain was very well played as a mysterious villain. Jaylon, 4.5 starsI have no clue what all the hate is about. I loved this film. The tone, the VFX, and the score were all breathtaking. McAvoy and Turner stoke the show with astounding performances. 10/10 would watch again. Rodger C., 5 stars(Photo by 20th Century Fox)How is it as an adaptation of the Dark Phoenix Saga?Somehow Fox managed to make a worse Phoenix movie than X-Men: The Last Stand. Nate 4, 0.5 starsWas hoping this movie would stay more true to the comic. Well, sort of? Charles, 2 starsI just don’t think anyone has figured out how to tell the Dark Phoenix story adequately yet. Adam E., 3.5 starsIt s not ANYWHERE NEAR as bad as I was afraid it would be or the critic reviews are saying it is. That doesn t mean it s amazing, though. It does have its problems if it s trying to be THE Dark Phoenix Movie, but it never could have been with the underdeveloped characters they were working with. At least I didn t walk out saying, I can t believe The Last Stand was the GOOD Phoenix movie. It s missing some very crucial aspects of the Phoenix Saga that made it great that significantly disappoints, particularly in the third act. Very sad it s not the Phoenix movie I ve desperately wanted since I was a kid. Darknight Crawler, 4.5 starsHow are the visuals and action sequences?The makeup work on mystique looked even worse than in Apocalypse. The CGI looked like something that would have impressed if this came out in the early 2000s. Nate 4, 0.5 starsLoved the fight scenes. It needed more refinement and lacked the finesse of The Avengers. Loved the traditional power hand gestures. Very indicative of mutant powers. Xavier, 2.5 starsCasual moviegoers or those with extra cash will enjoy this. A very decent film with great visuals and special effects. Rohit S., 3 starsHow can you have an X-Men movie and not put the mind-blowing mutant powers on display? That was my only concern. Thanks to the extensive re-shoots, the train sequence has become the best battle in the entire X-Men film series. Uma M., 3.5 stars(Photo by 20th Century Fox)How does it compare to the other X-Men movies?X-Men: Apocalypse wasn t very good. This one was worse. So many deviations, it was ridiculous. James R., 2 starsIt’s better than The Last Stand and Apocalypse. Carlos, 3 starsNot a bad film, but not a good one either. If you were expecting it to be like Avengers, Venom, or like even previous X-Men films, it’s not the same. But it’s not a bad X-Men film, and if you really wanted to see it, or you’re a big X-Men fan, I think you’ll like it. Rohit S., 3 starsIt s not the best X-Men movie, but I think it s a step up from the previous one, and it was enjoyable, even though it felt a bit rushed towards the end. Daniel M., 4 starsBest of X-Men series in a while. Great story and action. Phoenix Rises, 4 starsThe reviews are totally wrong about this one. This was a massive improvement compared to The Last Stand. Jaylon, 4.5 starsIs it a fitting end to the franchise?Sad ending to this franchise. Maybe Disney will do better. Charles, 2 starsFox had an opportunity to let us say goodbye to these characters before the Disney/Fox merger. Instead of a Logan-type ending, we were left with nothing really changing in this world, just like a typical superhero movie. Ryan K., 2.5 starsNot the worst X-Men movie, but not the best way to end the first true superhero movie franchise. Erick, 3.5 starsI do recommend seeing this in theaters, if only because it s a decent enough goodbye to the X-Men franchise we ve known for 19 years and a glimpse of what Marvel will be doing again in, say, 12 years? See you then Darknight Crawler, 4.5 starsCheck out all of the user reviews for Dark Phoenix so far. Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
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Ghcxuf (Photo by Courtesy the Everett Collection)20 Essential Indigenous Movies From North AmericaFor over a century, Native Americans have been the objects of film, their likeness projected onto screens, capturing the world’s attention with their buckskinned form, and giving John Wayne something to do with his career. But it wasn’t until they moved behind the camera, becoming producers, writers, and directors, that they truly became subjects of great works of cinema.Films about North American Indians (or Indigenous peoples of Turtle Island) have often said little about Indigenous people, yet they speak volumes about the lack of relationship the film industry had to them. For most of the history of cinema, the world has known the Hollywood Indian stereotype – sometimes a white person in redface. But now Indigenous creators have stepped in to tell their own stories, wiping off the war paint, dropping the loin cloths, and filling movie screens with stories and characters that convey the complex nature of living as an Indigenous human being.In 2019, Indigenous talents were finally recognized as major players in the American movie industry, with Academy Awards given to long-time actors like Wes Studi (Dances with Wolves, Hostiles, and 103 other movies), and screenwriters and directors like part-Maori Taika Waititi (Hunt for the Wilderpeople, Jojo Rabbit). Netflix, Apple TV+, CBC Gem, The Sundance Channel, and many other streaming platforms are taking more works by Indigenous talent to global audiences. It’s been said that we are currently experiencing an Indigenous renaissance; regardless what you call the present moment across Indian country, it makes for amazing cinema.In celebration of Native American Heritage Month, the following list features some of the top films from the past 30 years made by Indigenous people (Native American, First Nations, Inuit, and Métis) from across Turtle Island. We also included one series. The list runs the gamut, spanning genres from horror (Blood Quantum) and binge-worthy thrillers (Trickster), to documentaries (Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World, Trudell) and critically acclaimed classics (Smoke Signals, Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner). You ll also find lesser-known but well-loved indie flicks (Empty Metal, The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open), and our guide will cross colonially imposed borders, reaching far north into Inuit territory (On the Ice, Angry Inuk), and southwest to Navajo and Seminole country (Mekko, Fukry). However, this is only a very small taste of what’s out there, and truly, the best is yet to come. Some titles to watch for in the not-too-distant future include the coming-of-age-in-the-time-of-Oka-story Beans by director Tracey Deer; the stunning and timely documentary Akicita: The Battle of Standing Rock by director Cody Lucich; and Danis Goulet’s science-fiction thriller set in a North American dystopian future, Night Raiders.  The following list of 20 includes some of the most heartbreakingly beautiful, hair-raising, hilarious, and innovative entertainment that you will find anywhere – ordered chronologically. And you won t even miss the buckskin. – Kerry PottsKerry Potts (Ojibway of mixed heritage) is a college professor who teaches Indigenous film and media, and has spent the last 20-plus years working for Indigenous arts organizations, including the imagineNATIVE Film and Media Arts Festival. 😈😈


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官方曾扬言说道手游是端游的完美还原,如今看来实在是满嘴谎言,不断下滑的口碑就是最好的证明。一款游戏是否成功,主要还是看玩家的态度,对于现在玩家的反馈,还是希望官方可以好好重视,不要将一手好牌打烂。 2. HALLOWEEN KILLS IN 2020, AND HALLOWEEN ENDS IN 2021 Ryan FujitaniFollowing the 9 million domestic box office of last year s soft reboot of Halloween (Certified Fresh at 79%), Universal Pictures and Blumhouse Productions quickly confirmed plans for at least one more Halloween sequel. More recently, it was confirmed first that Jamie Lee Curtis will be returning, and that actually it would be two sequels that will be filming back-to-back. This week, Universal and Blumhouse made it official by announcing that the sequels will be titled Halloween Kills (10/16/2020) and Halloween Ends (10/15/2021). Both sequels will have the same director, David Gordon Green, who co-wrote them with actor Danny McBride, who also co-wrote last year s Halloween with Green.3. BEN AFFLECK AND MATT DAMON TO REUNITE FOR RIDLEY SCOTT S THE LAST DUEL (Photo by Sara Cozolino/Everett Collection)Before he directed films like Alien, Blade Runner, and Gladiator, Ridley Scott made his directorial debut in 1977 with The Duellists, about French officers during the Napoleonic Wars engaged in a series of duels in the early 1800s. Things came full circle this week with the news that Scott is now attached to direct The Last Duel, which is set in 14th century France (the distinction here is that The Last Duel concerns a medieval trial-by-combat between knights). The Last Duel will also be a reunion project for Ben Affleck and Matt Damon, who will co-star and co-write (along with Nicole Holofcener). This week, Damon also signed on to star in an independent drama called Stillwater, which will also be set in France.4. WALKING DEAD SPINOFF MOVIE GETS THEATRICAL RELEASE(Photo by AMC)When Andrew Lincoln s Rick Grimes got on a helicopter last year and flew away from The Walking Dead, it was quickly announced that AMC had plans for a series of spinoff movies about the continuing adventures of Rick Grimes. At San Diego Comic-Con this past weekend, the first teaser trailer for a Walking Dead movie debuted, but the biggest surprise had nothing to do with new plot twists. Instead, the surprise was that Universal Pictures has picked up the Walking Dead movie for theatrical distribution (i.e. not just as an AMC movie). The plan is still for three movies starring Andrew Lincoln, with Lincoln expected to spend two months on each movie. Andrew Lincoln also signed on this week to join Naomi Watts in Penguin Bloom, playing Watts husband as their family befriends an injured Australian magpie chick (bird).5. JAVIER BARDEM EXPECTED TO PLAY KING TRITON IN THE LITTLE MERMAID (Photo by ©Warner Bros.)Following the casting earlier this month of Halle Bailey as Ariel in Disney s live action remake of The Little Mermaid, fans quickly began speculating about who might play her father, King Triton. Most fans picked black actors, with Idris Elba being a popular choice, but some also chose Terry Crews. As it turns out, Disney instead went with Academy Award-winning Spanish actor Javier Bardem (No Country for Old Men, Skyfall, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man Tell No Tales). In the original animated movie, King Triton does not have his own song (he does have one in the stage musical called The World Above ), so it s probably likely that Bardem won t be singing in the live-action version either.6. BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH TO PORTRAY BRITISH ARTIST LOUIS WAIN(Photo by Jack English/© Weinstein Co.)The Cassius Marcellus Coolidge painting series Dogs Playing Poker is something of an iconic example of American kitsch. Around the same time in England, however, the artist Louis Wain had a similar series of paintings of cats that frequently had Big Eyes (a la Keane), exaggerated toothy smiles, or early examples of psychedelic art. It s crazy stuff, and now Benedict Cumberbatch (whose Doctor Strange also dabbled in psychedelia) is signed to star in the biopic Louis Wain for Amazon Studios. Cumberbatch s co-stars will include Claire Foy, Toby Jones, and Andrea Riseborough.7. HOPEFULLY JENNIFER LAWRENCE WON T GET STITCHES AS THE MOB GIRL(Photo by 20th Century Fox)Now that Dark Phoenix (Rotten at 23%) is done and over with, Jennifer Lawrence s time in the X-Men franchise is officially done, leaving her with no ongoing franchise (since The Hunger Games ended in 2015, and last year s Red Sparrow was a non-starter). It may well be that Lawrence will soon find another, but for now, she appears to be aiming for smaller movies. With that in mind, Jennifer Lawrence is now attached to star in Mob Girl, based on Teresa Carpenter s novel which was itself based on the true story of 1970s and 1980s mob informant Arlyne Weiss-Brickman. Mob Girl will reportedly depict how Weiss-Brickman grew up around wise guys, including running errands for them, but decided to cooperate with the FBI after a loan shark threatened to harm her teenage daughter. (Jennifer Lawrence is only 28 years old, so her daughter may be younger in this movie version.)8. CHRIS ROCK S SAW SPINOFF BUMPED UP FIVE MONTHS TO BE A BIG SUMMER RELEASE (Photo by Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images)One factor (besides, you know, all the torture) that has united all movies in the Saw franchise to date has been the release date, which has always been between October 23rd (Saw VI) and October 29th (Saw and Saw 3D). So, when Chris Rock announced that he was producing and starring in a Saw spinoff (sometimes called The Organ Donor online), the presumed release date was in October of 2020. Perhaps tying into the film s premise as a Saw spinoff and not a Saw movie exactly, Lionsgate this week bumped up Chris Rock s film to a release date of May 15, 2020 (against the Scooby-Doo reboot Scoob). Rock will star in the film as a police detective investigating a series of gruesome crimes, with Samuel L. Jackson also on board to play Rock s character s father.9. JENNIFER LOPEZ MAY DIRECT (HERSELF IN) THE GODMOTHER  (Photo by Peter Iovino/©CBS Films)The ensemble stripper crime comedy Hustlers (9/13/2019) is now less than two months away, but one of its stars, Jennifer Lopez, is already preparing for new films in 2020 and beyond. Following flops like UglyDolls, Poms, and Best of Enemies, STX Entertainment is reportedly looking for big stars for their next moves, and one of them is going to be Jennifer Lopez. Jenny from the Block is now producing and will star in a drug lord drama called The Godmother for STXfilms. Lopez may also make her directorial debut with the film, in which she plays real life Colombian drug lord Griselda Blanco, who was (real life spoiler warning) shot and killed in 2012 at the age of 69 (Jennifer Lopez is only 50). Lopez s next film after Hustlers will be the romantic comedy Marry Me, costarring Owen Wilson. This week, the Marry Me cast expanded as Lopez and Wilson will now be joined by Sarah Silverman and British actor John Bradley, who has a lot more time on his hands now that his run as Samwell Tarly on HBO s Game of Thrones is done.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.



华体会游戏平台 Box office watchers love nothing more than a film becoming a surprise success and outperforming its expectations. Tracking services were once again made the fool this weekend as they did not even give Good Boys a chance over the shark sequel, let alone besting a second sequel that few were asking about nor the franchise spinoff showing signs of wear and tear. But Jacob Tremblay, Brady Noon, and Keith L. Williams – backed by word-of-mouth since their SXSW premiere in March – managed to do just that and now Good Boys hopes for a long shelf life.King of the Crop: Good Boys Takes Advantage of Comedy Drought(Photo by Ed Araquel / © Universal)Good Boys is the eighth R-rated film of 2019 to have an opening weekend of million or more. That may seem low until you realize there were only eight R-rated films all of last year to achieve that. The bigger question many are asking is: where are the successful comedies? Until Good Boys, the highest-opening comedies of the year were all headlined by African-Americans: A Madea Family Funeral (.06 million), What Men Want (.23 million), and Little (.4 million). The Rebel Wilson pair in the first half of the year turned out to be a mixed bag as Isn’t It Romantic, despite being the only positively-scored of this batch (69%), fell short due to international rights being handled by Netflix, while The Hustle was a hit, thanks to its overseas release – even if it s one of the worst-reviewed films of the year (14%).SXSW had three big comedy premieres this year well in advance of their releases, each maintaining highly-acclaimed status by critics. In May, United Artists Releasing and Annapurna failed to capitalize on the premiere for Booksmart (97% on the Tomatometer), which only grossed .68 million. Lionsgate also seemed to miss with Charlize Theron and Seth Rogen in Long Shot (81%), which finished with just .31 million, though one could easily blame that on folks not wanting any more politics with their night out at the movies. The third of the batch was Good Boys, produced by Rogen and holding steady with a Certified Fresh 79% on the Tomatometer. Its placement in August is certainly no accident, as the first two American Pie sequels were successes in this month, as were the Rogen productions Superbad and Sausage Party. Back on the same weekend in 2005, Universal released The 40-Year-Old Virgin, which opened to .42 million and went on to gross over 9 million. Other high-grossing R-rated comedies released in August include We’re the Millers (.41 million opening / 0.39 million total), Tropic Thunder (.81 million/ 0.51 million), Pineapple Express (.24 million / .34 million), and The Campaign (.58 million / .90 million), even if the latter three were technically financial failures. Good Boys, with a budget of just million, is well on its way to joining the profit list.Rotten Returns: Where d You Go, Bernadette? Oh, There You AreRyan FujitaniThe United Artists Releasing experiment has seemingly had a lot of bottoms this year from releasing one of the worst-reviewed films of the year in The Hustle to not cashing in on the aforementioned goodwill of Booksmart to failing to get the Child’s Play remake to outgross even the original s take of .2 million. But thanks to at least one international haul and a few skimpy budgets, those are minor failures at worst and could each be written up as profitable. They won’t be able to escape the numbers on Richard Linklater’s Where’d You Go, Bernadette, though. It’s only the fourth wide opening of his career but certainly weaker than The Newton Boys, which opened to .01 million in 1,965 theaters. Bernadette grossed .4 million in 2,404 theaters and reps a new low for UA Releasing and Annapurna when it comes to a 2,000+ launch.The Top 10 and Beyond(Photo by Daniel Smith / © Universal)Anyone who had Hobbs Shaw at number 1 this weekend was not paying attention to either the breakout potential of Good Boys or the evidence that the popularity of the Fast Furious series – at least as it relates to spinoffs – is dwindling. We ll certainly test that theory when Vin Diesel returns in Fast and Furious 9 next Memorial Day weekend, and yes, Hobbs Shaw has the eighth-highest gross after 17 days for films opening in the month of August, just ahead of Rise of the Planet of the Apes, which did gross over 6 million. However its .1 million this weekend trails the .1 million that Apes made in weekend three, which suggests a final gross in the 0 million range. That is going to be around million less than The Fate of the Furious (itself finishing with 7 million less than Furious 7). More concerning for Universal about this series future is that the film has only grossed 3.3 million internationally to date. That alone is about 0 million less than Fate acquired, though H S still has not opened in China, which added 2+ million alone to that overseas haul; a couple million higher than Furious 7.The battle for the family dollar was joined this week by The Angry Birds Movie 2, proving once again that Hollywood still has not received the memo that releasing animated films in August is a fool’s errand. Sony may have felt bullish, given that Sausage Party is the highest-grossing animated film ever released in this month, making .68 million. But they should have looked further down the list and realized that kids are back in school, weekday numbers are down, and that has resulted in only three other animated films to even pass million (Planes, Barnyard, and ParaNorman). Now, The Angry Birds Movie 2 may not be joining that list either. Despite giving the film an extra day’s head start on Tuesday, the film has grossed just .2 million in its first six days. That is a just a million more than Kubo and the Two Strings had in five days (.2 million), and it finished just shy with .02 million.(Photo by Paramount Pictures)Dora and the Lost City of Gold had .67 million in its first five days. It now has million after 10 days, which is about a million ahead of where Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters was at. However, Dora trailed that film’s second weekend, .7 million-to-.5 million, suggesting a final haul right now between and million. Families were still too busy seeing The Lion King, which is just a few days away from passing the 0 million mark. It is the 10th highest-grossing film after 31 days of release, though its fifth weekend haul is more around what the 14th-16th place films had done. It still maintains a pace to get it around the 0 million line domestically. But it has already joined history as one of the ten highest grossing films of all-time globally with .435 billion, with eyes on Furious 7 (.516 billion) for eighth place. In other Disney news, Toy Story 4 became their fifth billion dollar release of 2019, not to mention their 23rd of all time in a field of just 43 films to reach the milestone. It needs another million to surpass their live-action remake of Aladdin.Sony is also keeping an eye on Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time…In Hollywood, which just began its international run, which it s going to need to turn a profit. Domestically the film is still doing very well. The million-budgeted film has grossed over 4 million and is about on par with the pace of Mission: Impossible III, putting its final estimate between 0 and 5 million. It has only made .7 million overseas so far, but that is only in Hong Kong and Russia. The film still needs another 8 million to break even. Leonardo DiCaprio’s last three films all grossed over 0 million internationally. Sony is also ready to pop the champagne on Spider-Man: Far From Home, which, with over .1 billion, is on the verge of passing Skyfall as the highest-grossing film in the history of the studio.(Photo by Kathleen Pollard, 2019. © CBS Films)Over in the terror category, folks still preferred last week’s Scary Stories To Tell in the Dark to this week’s 47 Meters Down: Uncaged. The former is doing better than most horror films in August, currently smack dab in the middle of where Rob Zombie’s Halloween was in 2007 and what The Cell and The Possession had after 10 days. Stories’ million second weekend was better than any of those films, putting a + million total in play. Uncaged opened to million, less than the million many tracking services had figured. It is also less than the first film, which started with .2 million on its way to .3 million. With the exception of 80s horror classics An American Werewolf in London and David Cronenberg’s remake of The Fly, horror films released August that have opened to less than million have not made it to million total.Looking at the summer of Sundance, we have WB/New Line’s pick-up of Blinded by the Light opening to just .45 million in 2,307 theaters. The distributors are certainly now hoping for some Bend It Like Beckham international numbers to make up the million budget and acquisition. Then, expanding again but out of the crowded top 10, is A24’s The Farewell. It upped its theater count to 861 and grossed .5 million, which is down 28% from last week’s expansion to 704 theaters. Looking at a collection of films that increased from the 700 to the 800-theater range from fifth-to-sixth week, including Enough Said, Emma, Garden State, The Favourite, The Shape of Water, and Gosford Park, the 28% drop is higher than any of them, as they grossed between .58 million and .13 million. Last week we made the comparison to Garden State, and that still holds, as both films had a near identical gross after 38 days of release. The Farewell stands at .83 million while Garden State had .84 million. However, Zach Braff’s film’s expansion to 813 theaters at this point netted .9 million, suggesting that Lulu Wang’s film does not have the momentum to reach million. That said, it still should have enough in the tank to best Amazon’s Late Night (.46 million) and become the highest-grossing pickup from Sundance of 2019 thus far.This Time Last Year: Crazy Rich Asians Began an Impressive Run(Photo by Sanja Bucko/Warner Bros.)One of the biggest success stories of 2018 opened this weekend when Crazy Rich Asians grossed .51 million on its way to a remarkable 6.58 multiple and 4+ million domestic haul. The Meg was still second with .15 million, and the latest Mark Wahlberg/Peter Berg collaboration, Mile 22, opened in third with .71 million. Albert Hughes’ prehistoric adventure tale, Alpha, finished fifth with .35 million. The top ten films grossed a total of 0.71 million; the second-lowest weekend of the summer at the time. Critics graded the films an average of 65.3%. This year’s top 10 grossed an estimated 1.54 million and averaged 70.5% on the Tomatometer.On the Vine: Ready or Not, Will Audiences Fall Again for Gerard Butler?Ryan FujitaniThe summer is definitely winding down if the week’s highlight is a new film from Gerard Butler, who has not headlined a positively-scored (non-animated) film since RocknRolla in 2008 (and even that is just barely Fresh at 60%). Nevertheless he is back to possibly conclude the “Fallen” trilogy with Angel Has Fallen. The first two films are his most successful (again as the star in a live-action film) since 2010’s The Bounty Hunter, though London Has Fallen grossed million less than Olympus Has Fallen. Regardless there is also Ready or Not, a humans-hunting-humans horror-comedy that Fox Searchlight did not cancel and is hoping to draw more interest to than recent Fox films. Overcomer is the latest faith-based film from the genre’s most successful director, Alex Kendrick, whose last film, War Room, grossed over million. Then in limited release is Brittany Runs a Marathon starring Jillian Bell in one of the great surprises out of Sundance this year. Amazon is hoping their pick-up will find the necessary word-of-mouth to make this a late summer expansion.The Full Top 10: August 16-18Good Boys (2019) 80% – million ( million total)Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw (2019) 67% – .14 million (3.74 million total)The Lion King (2019) 52% – .9 million (6.12 million total)The Angry Birds Movie 2 (2019) 73% – .5 million (.24 million total)Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (2019) 77% – .05 million (.22 million total)47 Meters Down: Uncaged (2019) 45% – million ( million total)Dora and the Lost City of Gold (2019) 85% – .5 million (.91 million total)Once Upon a Time... In Hollywood (2019) 85% – .6 million (4.35 million total)Blinded by the Light (2019) 88% – .45 million (.45 million total)The Art of Racing in the Rain (2019) 44% – .4 million (.88 million total)

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