亚博APP苹果官网下载采用百度引擎6（Baidu 1）It’s been six years since the release of the last James Bond movie, Spectre, which received the lowest Tomatometer score of Daniel Craig’s run of the franchise. That means anticipation is very high and very demanding for the 25th installment, No Time to Die. Fortunately, reviews of the 007 sequel, which is also Craig’s last, claim it more than delivers. This Bond has all the action and cosmopolitan flair that fans expect while also offering a lot of unique twists on the character and his mythology. Unfortunately, it does seem to have a villain problem.Here’s what critics are saying about No Time To Die:So, mission accomplished? “Raise a martini — it was worth the wait.” John Nugent, Empire Magazine“Worth the wait… I enjoyed it tremendously as a James Bond fan.” Chris Bumbray, JoBlo“No Time to Die exceeds all expectations.” Travis Hopson, Punch Drunk Critics“No Time to Die is a disappointment but not a soul-killing whiff akin to Spectre.” Scott Mendelson, ForbesIs it one of the better Daniel Craig installments?“Possibly the best film of the Craig era.” Travis Hopson, Punch Drunk Critics“No Time To Die is Daniel Craig’s best incarnation.” Jason Solomons, The Wrap“It’s the third-best Daniel Craig Bond outing.” Deirdre Molumby, entertainment.ie“It might not hit the Skyfall and Casino Royale heights, but it s a marked improvement on Spectre and will give fans plenty to savor.” Ian Sandwell, Digital Spy(Photo by Nicola Dove/©MGM/©Danjaq)Is there a lot of fan service?“The call-backs to the Bond mythology are fun yet resonate on a deeper level.” Alistair Harkness, Scotsman“There is a lightness that makes this final film in the Daniel Craig arc a true celebration of all things James Bond.” Mike Reyes, Cinema Blend“The film overcompensates to assure fans that James Bond is the real 007. ” Scott Mendelson, ForbesIs it also one of the more original Bond movies?“No Time To Die aptly balances the franchise’s classic construct yet totally remakes what a Bond movie can be for a fitting, touching end to Craig’s tenure.” Robert Daniels, The Playlist“While the conventions can occasionally feel confining, there are enough significant deviations to make this entry stand out.” Matt Maytum, Total Film“This film does things that no Bond film has ever done… It is the unfamiliar things it does that make this such an exciting entry.” John Nugent, Empire Magazine“This is arguably the most tender portrait of James Bond we’ve ever seen.” David Rooney, Hollywood Reporter“The 007 franchise-template is still capable of springing a surprise on the fanbase.” Peter Bradshaw, Guardian(Photo by Nicola Dove/©MGM/©Danjaq)How is the action?“The stunts are simply spectacular, with one particular scene involving a motorbike in Italy that will leave you watching through splayed fingers in exhilarating fear.” Dulcie Pearce, The Sun“Craig also gets arguably the standout action sequence of his entire run with an astonishing and brutal one-take stairwell sequence.” Ian Sandwell, Digital Spy“The fight choreography by Patrick Vo is excellent, thorough and exciting. The stunts (coordinated by Lee Morrison and Petr Rychlý) are also thrilling.” Mae Abdulbaki, Screen Rant“Fukunaga’s action seems to partly ape John Wick, with an emphasis on sharp, savage gunfights and intense chase sequences.” John Nugent, Empire MagazineDoes it still feel more grounded and intense than most Bond movies?“No Time To Die looks like it is taking place in the real world, a huge wide open space that we’re all longing for.” Peter Bradshaw, Guardian“The action’s outlandish yet grounded, the gadgets are ridiculous but work beautifully within the framework of a story.” Alistair Harkness, Scotsman“A Bond that is so thrillingly tense, it veers into something close to horror.” Clarisse Loughrey, Independent(Photo by Nicola Dove/©MGM/©Danjaq)How is the plot?“The storyline feels like there were too many cooks, but it still tastes familiar enough to be craved.” Dulcie Pearce, The Sun“Fukunaga and his fellow writers inherited a whole mess of plot baggage from Spectre, and they handle it in the only way they possibly could.” David Ehrlich, IndieWire“No Time to Die [is] a movie with a plot so ridiculous it reaches Roger Moore-era absurdness.” Mike Ryan, Uproxx“It’s so convoluted and protracted you might find yourself zoning out through much of the villainy.” David Rooney, Hollywood ReporterWhat if you haven’t seen the previous movies?“You could probably understand it without fresh knowledge of the other movies. It will be a richer experience if you did know them, yet isn t inaccessible to potential newcomers.” Ian Sandwell, Digital Spy“[As] an explicit sequel to Spectre… it undercuts the franchise’s appeal as escapist entertainment.” Scott Mendelson, Forbes(Photo by Nicola Dove/©MGM/©Danjaq)Does it benefit from Phoebe Waller-Bridge s writing?“This film is all about the girls. Unlike the previous 24 Bond films, the ladies in No Time to Die are more kick-ass than just, well, ass.” Dulcie Pearce, The Sun“Refreshingly, the women on screen — as uncommonly, unsurprisingly gorgeous as they all tend to be — read more like actual human beings than scenery here, and even James treats them accordingly.” Leah Greenblatt, Entertainment Weekly“Another worthy note about No Time to Die is the contribution of Fleabag creator/star Phoebe Waller-Bridge to the screenplay.” Dierdre Molumby, entertainment.ie“The movie’s very best joke… classic Fleabag!” Charlotte O Sullivan, London Evening Standard“As much as Fukunaga and company try to diversify the franchise… This movie is solely concerned with white men who feel out of step with the world.” Robert Daniels, The PlaylistHow is Daniel Craig’s final Bond performance?“Craig may well have delivered the most complex and layered Bond performance of them all.” Jason Solomons, The Wrap“He is brilliant in No Time to Die, in a way that outshines everything around him.” Clarisse Loughrey, Independent“I believe this is the best he’s ever done as Bond.” Travis Hopson, Punch Drunk Critics“It s clear that Craig knows and loves this character and that shines through.” Ian Sandwell, Digital Spy“I love Craig’s Bond, but there are times when he’s trying to be a Connery Bond in a clearly Roger Moore Bond movie.” Mike Ryan, Uproxx(Photo by Nicola Dove/©MGM/©Danjaq)How is Rami Malek’s villain?“Rami Malek is a menacing presence as Safin and as with the best of Bond villains, less is more.” Ian Sandwell, Digital Spy“Rami Malek seems to be enjoying playing the villain, and that glee is infectious.” Deirdre Molumby, entertainment.ie“As a villain, he’s no fun, and Malek can’t do much to make him memorable.” David Rooney, Hollywood Reporter“More a grab bag of character motivations than a felt threat. But Malek’s performance is also lacking.” Robert Daniels, The Playlist“Malek himself gives almost nothing to the role beyond the accent and the fake scars he wears.” Clarisse Loughrey, Independent“He is too young, too wet, and too unscary to be a classic Bond villain. He looks as if he spends more time on his haircare than his evil plans.” Nicholas Barber, BBC“He’s not the most cogent bad guy ever, but he has ocean eyes.” Charlotte O Sullivan, London Evening Standard“This underwritten and almost incidental role feels entirely left on the cutting room floor.” Scott Mendelson, ForbesHow about Lashanna Lynch as the new 007?“Lynch is pretty kick-ass in the role…she more than holds her own alongside Craig, injecting the early parts of the film with a fun spy-vs-spy energy.” Alistair Harkness, Scotsman“Lynch’s Nomi is a wonderful anomaly. And she has super-duper taste in trousers.” Charlotte O Sullivan, London Evening Standard(Photo by Nicola Dove/©MGM/©Danjaq)Will we want more of any other characters?“Everyone is going to claim to want a Paloma spin-off.” Scott Mendelson, Forbes“The swift exit of [Ana de Armas’ Paloma] once the action moves on from Cuba is a real disappointment. The character begs for a recurring role in future installments.” David Rooney, Hollywood Reporter“Please, please, please, can someone give Q his own spin-off movie?” Charlotte O Sullivan, London Evening StandardWill we feel that record running time (163 minutes)?“No Time to Die is so, so long. But I wish it went a little longer if only to see how else Craig could’ve pushed this dinosaur.” Robert Daniels, The Playlist“While the pace never lags and there’s never a moment when you could get bored, it’s just a lot of movie with a ton going on and it’s exhausting.” Travis Hopson, Punch Drunk Critics“The run length alone dilutes the intended emotional resonance of the final scenes.” Leah Greenblatt, Entertainment Weekly“You really start to feel the pacing of the longest Bond installment.” Deirdre Molumby, entertainment.ie(Photo by Nicola Dove/©MGM/©Danjaq)So is No Time to Die a proper goodbye to Daniel Craig’s 007?“As Craig’s swan song, No Time to Die is everything one could ask for in a final outing.” Mae Abdulbaki, Screen Rant“It’s a moving valedictory salute to the actor who has left arguably the most indelible mark on the character since Connery.” David Rooney, Hollywood Reporter“No Time to Die is his perfect ending, a moment worth toasting as a wistful rejection of a character that’ll never be the same without him.” Robert Daniels, The Playlist“Gives both Bond and audiences the goodbye he deserves.” Rob Hunter, Film School Rejects“What’s most disappointing about the film is how strangely anti-climatic the whole thing feels.” Clarisse Loughrey, Independent“I was hoping No Time to Die would give Daniel Craig a noble swan song, but it’ll have to settle for merely being better than Diamonds Are Forever, A View to A Kill and Die Another Day.” Scott Mendelson, ForbesWill this finale leave us in tears?“It leaves you with emotions few filmgoers will be expecting to find in a big budget action film.” Rob Hunter, Film School Rejects“No Time to Die will be remembered for its emotional impact above all.” Jason Solomons, The Wrap“I never thought I’d wipe away a tear at the end of a James Bond movie, but No Time to Die fulfills its promise.” Owen Gleiberman, Variety“I want to watch James Bond and feel good after…not feel forlorn.” Mike Ryan, Uproxx(Photo by ©MGM/©Danjaq)Will it be a hard act to follow?“Whoever’s next has got one hell of job on their hands.” Jason Solomons, The Wrap“Whoever steps in next has enormous shoes to fill.” Travis Hopson, Punch Drunk CriticsNo Time to Die is in theaters on October 8, 2021.
投放周期层面，鉴于手游买量市场的存量产品热度不减，今年手游平均投放周期为47天，明显高于去年的35天。其中休闲、棋牌类等轻度游戏凭借“宅流量”红利，相比去年的投放周期提升较为明显。 “Hell yeah!”: That’s the feeling Zendaya got when she unleashed on John David Washington while playing one half of the title couple in Sam Levinson s Malcolm Marie, Netflix’s buzzy two-hander about a filmmaker, his partner, and the night that will change their relationship forever.As Marie, the muse for Washington’s filmmaker’s acclaimed new movie, Zendaya – working with her Euphoria creator and close friend, Levinson – gets to channel some deep anger, something the star said was a challenge, but ultimately “therapeutic.”Sitting down with Rotten Tomatoes Editor Jacqueline Coley, Zendaya also opened up about similarities between Marie an Rue, her troubled addict from HBO’s Euphoria; Washington talked imperfect love; and Levinson recalled bored-at-home text exchange that inspired what many believe will be a major film come awards season.Malcolm Marie is available on Netflix from February 4. On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
而且《黑暗与光明手游》的职业系统并未受到束缚，玩家能够主宰自己人物的发展方向，通过研究学识并且制作出相关武器、装备来决定职业，可以使弓箭手、魔法师、战士、肉盾，甚至随时切换这些职业，用于面对不同的情况。比方说在面对敌人的飞行兽时，战士攻击不到敌人单位，可以掏出弓箭来进行远程射击，脑洞很大。亚博APP苹果官网下载Daniel Radcliffe may never in his lifetime escape questions about his most-famous role: Harry Potter. Fortunately, the star doesn t mind fielding fan queries, including those from Potterhead colleagues and the occasional journalist.Radcliffe s Miracle Workers costar Karan Soni, who plays Sanjay, was the biggest Potterhead on the cast, Radcliffe revealed, and he was happy to indulge Soni.“I think there’s like an expectation that I will hate talking about it, which I really don’t particularly,” Radcliffe told Rotten Tomatoes.Radcliffe now stars in surreal TBS comedy Miracle Workers, which presents Heaven, Inc. as a regular office grind where employees try to answer prayers every day. God (Steve Buscemi) is over it and decides one day that he’s going to blow up the Earth.(Photo by Curtis Baker/TBS)Angels Craig (Radcliffe) and Eliza (Geraldine Viswanathan) convince God to give them a chance to prove humans are worth preserving. If they can perform one miracle in two weeks, God will let the Earth live. The prayer they’ve chosen to answer: Help Sam (Jon Bass) and Laura (Sasha Compere) fall in love.The angels can’t directly interfere with Sam and Laura. They can just set things up and hope they work. It’s like a game of Sims with real people.“They’re a lot more caring with them than I was with my Sims,” Radcliffe said. “I killed my Sims accidentally. I put the fridge the wrong way around and didn’t realize.”Viswanathan confessed to even more sadistic Sim abuse.“I used to take the ladder out of the pool and just watch them suffer,” she said of her Sims abuse, which shocked her costar.“That’s you killing them!” Radcliffe objected. “I accidentally made my guy die. That’s a murder.”(Photo by Curtis Baker/TBS)Heaven, Inc.’s interference on the show also has collateral damage. Obstacles they throw in Sam and Laura’s path may have deadlier impacts on completely innocent bystanders.“It does, but it is all for the goal of saving the entire world,” Radcliffe said in defense of the angels. “We’re in a world where virtually anything can be justified in order to save the existence of the species as a whole.”Miracle Workers is a dark comedy that way, but it’s ultimately optimistic.“There’s a through-line of hope even when it’s really messed up and extremely dark,” Viswanathan said. “They’re just sticking together and believing in something and going for it. That’s very much the ethos of the show.”(Photo by Curtis Baker/TBS)Miracle Workers showcases Radcliffe’s comedic side. He has had funny cameos in films like Trainwreck and shows like Bojack Horseman, and he even played a farting corpse in 2016 film Swiss Army Man opposite Paul Dano.“I’ve always loved doing comedy,” Radcliffe said. “I think I’ve done a fair amount that certain people have seen. Swiss Army Man is a fairly niche film. The stage shows I’ve done have actually mostly been comedy in some way. I love it. It’s a very lovely thing, particularly on a set like this where you just have to go to set and try and be stupid every day and make people laugh.”And Miracle Workers can be gloriously stupid. One joke is just about how to pronounce “gyro.” Most foodies know it sounds like “yee-ro,” not like a gyroscope.“I thought it was ‘gyro’ as well, but my girlfriend — near where Erin grew up is a huge Middle Eastern community — and she was like, ‘No, it’s yee-ro,” Radcliffe said.(Photo by Curtis Baker/TBS)If Miracle Workers is a hit, there will be a second season, but it won’t be about the same angels. Creator Simon Rich’s plan is to make Miracle Workers an anthology series.“The idea would be to reset it in a different time, place, characters — sort of to do for comedy what American Horror Story is for horror,” Radcliffe said. “Once you’ve saved the world, it’s hard to find where to go from there for the second series, I think.”Whether or not that means season 1 ends with a miracle or we all die, it will be a definitive ending.“The opportunity TBS gave him to do was to do a totally self-contained season so you didn’t have to, as a writer, write an open-ended ending which may or may not go onto something in season 2,” Radcliffe said of Rich s deal. “Essentially they let us make a three-hour film with commercials.”(Photo by Curtis Baker/TBS)Returning to our Potter obsession (and Radcliffe s patient accommodation), we related that when his Potter costar Rupert Grint spoke to us for Snatch season 2, he said it was weird for him to watch another actor play Ron Weasley in the play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Radcliffe hasn’t seen the play yet, but not because of another actor playing Harry.“I think I would find it weirder just sitting in the audience and know that people were probably looking at what my reaction to the thing was,” Radcliffe said. “That’s kind of the reason I haven’t gone.”It’s hard to believe that it has been eight years since Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2. Radcliffe has had a whole career since then, but he’ll always be Harry Potter.“It’s still a big part of my life, but I’ve gotten to go on and do loads of other things,” Radcliffe said. “I’m very happy with how it’s all gone. If you told me at the time that I was going to be sitting here eight years later talking about this amazing, weird series that I love, I’d be very, very happy with that sort of thing.”Most actors don’t get one or the other. Radcliffe considers himself blessed to have both.“I don’t think the idea of me always being known as Harry Potter and the idea of me just being an actor who does lots of stuff are mutually exclusive,” Radcliffe said. “I think they can both be true. So far they have been so fingers crossed.”Miracle Workers premieres Tuesday, February 12 at 10:30 p.m. on TBS. The premiere is available for viewing now at TBS.com.
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1.85.2 6月喜迎How do you make a Disney film that feels dark and edgy, but still has that magic Mouse House feeling? That was the task set out before director Craig Gillespie and stars Emma Stone and Emma Thompson as they prepped to make Cruella, an origin story for the fashionable and evil villain of Disney’s 101 Dalmatians.What they come up with is delighting critics and is surely going to be a hit with audiences: a punk take on The Devil Wears Prada in which sometime designer and full-time thief Estella (Stone) is slowly taken over by her dark side – Cruella – as she grows closer to the fabulous queen of London fashion, the Baroness (Thompson).Ahead of the movie’s release in theaters and on Disney+, Rotten Tomatoes correspondent Nikki Novak spoke with Stone and Thompson about the inspirations for their feuding divas, making a film perfect for the big screen, and whether they’d be on board for a Godfather: Part 2-inspired sequel that could also feature Glenn Close. (Spoiler: They love the idea.)Plus, we caught up with Gillespie to talk about the challenge of taking Disney to some places it’s never been and why making the big-budget flick felt like an making an indie; and spoke with co-stars Kirby Howell-Baptiste, Joel Fry, and Paul Walter Hauser about their unique spins on characters we know and love… and just how much Cruella is lurking in their own personalities.Cruella is in theaters and available on Disney+ with Premier Access Friday May 28, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
The 100th episode of The Flash, What s Past is Prologue, took viewers back to key moments in the lives of superhero Barry Allen (Grant Gustin), Iris West-Allen (Candice Patton), and the rest of Team Flash. Long-defeated villains had a chance to menace Barry once more, as the show indulged in one of its most delightfully self-referential hours. When Rotten Tomatoes caught up with executive producer Todd Helbing on the show s Vancouver set recently, he said assembling the ambitious story was “tricky.”Tom Cavanagh, who plays a number of characters on the show (Eobard Thawne, Harrison Wells, and many, many more), directed the episode as well — and told RT that he felt an obligation to pay tribute to both the series and its fans.“As someone who’s been put in charge of the one hundredth, one of the principles for me was ‘Let’s honor that,’” he explained. “Let’s try and get a really good story so that it can be exemplary of what we try to do [every week.]”The resulting episode includes plenty of amazing callbacks to its history that eagle-eyed fans no doubt appreciated. Here are some of our favorite Easter Eggs embedded in the episode.The Airdates(Photo by Jeff Weddell/The CW)As Cisco (Carlos Valdes) and Caitlin (Danielle Panabaker) debate the best days for Barry and Nora (Jessica Parker Kennedy) to visit on their trip through the past, the markerboard is filled with very specific dates. According to Helbing, each date on the board reflects the day the series episodes were originally aired, starting with Dec. 11, 2013 — the night of the particle accelerator explosion as it appeared in “Three Ghosts,” the second-season episode of Arrow that saw Barry struck by lightning.May 23, 2017 was the night of the season 3 finale, featuring Barry s victory over his angry time remnant self, Savitar. April 19, 2016 was the airdate of “Versus Zoom” and the day Zoom (Teddy Sears) stole Barry s speed.Although not part of their original plan, Barry and Nora flee from the time wraith to land on January 27, 2015. That was the airdate of “The Sound and the Fury,” a first-season episode now remarkable for the sheer number of times Barry’s gone back to it while seeking the counsel of Eobard Thawne (who was still masquerading as Harrison Wells). But more on that in a moment.Curiously, not all of the series airdates made it to the full board, which was seen when Cisco circled the season 2 target. Episodes aired on April 26 and May 10 in 2016, but were absent from the team s list.The Dagger-Dampener Naming SceneSince the beginning of the show, Cisco has been charged with naming the metahuman criminals and devices Team Flash encounters. But the scene in What s Past Is Prologue sees every member of the team debating what to call the counter-device to Cicada’s (Chris Klein) power-dampening dagger. The scene holds a special place in Valdes’s heart.“The No. 1 challenge doing this show is trying to make those naming moments feel organic and special,” the actor told RT. “The challenge for me is making it feel spontaneous and unique every time.”Cisco’s Hoodie(Photo by Katie Yu /The CW)While we’re talking about Cisco, Barry and Nora’s trip back to the accelerator explosion also takes us back to a time when he habitually wore a hoodie — even to the dedication ceremony. While that article of clothing was a staple in the first season, it hasn t really been seen since. We made a very specific decision at some point in the second season where we said ‘Cisco has officially graduated from hoodies, his wardrobe is changing, ” Valdes revealed. But in putting a hoodie on again to recreate the night of the explosion, the actor s feelings on the wardrobe staple have changed. “I was just thinking today that maybe it’s time to bring the hoodie back. The Accelerator ExplosionAnd since we’re back at the night of the accelerator explosion, the 100th episode features the most comprehensive version of that event with shots adding Professor Martin Stein (Victor Garber), Ronnie Raymond (Robbie Amell), Clifford DeVoe (Neil Sandilands), and his wife Marlize (Kim Englebrecht) to the sequence in a more naturalistic way. It also places the latter couple in a clear context during Wells’s dedication speech.Going back to that night still leaves one question, though: what happened to Iris’ dissertation? When we asked Patton about it, she just laughed and said, “I don’t know.” Maybe it was Flashpointed out of existence.The sequence places every subsequent character revealed to be at the explosion in context, but it could have been even more comprehensive.“We wanted to go back to more Thinker and Marlize,” Helbing explained. “It’s funny — when Tom Cavanagh handed over his cut, it was only five minutes over, which isn’t a lot, but it was a whole act and there was a lot of stuff we had to cut out unfortunately.”Liberty Belle, Dawn Allen, and Other Speedsters(Photo by Jeff Weddell/The CW)As mentioned above, Barry and Nora visit January 27, 2015, the day Barry previously invaded in the first season to get Thawne’s help in defeating Zoom. Realizing they appeared on that specific day, Barry wasted no time phasing into the Time Vault to confront Thawne-as-Wells, who already had the previous Barry sedated.Their discussion got heated, so it took a moment for Thawne to notice he did not recognize the speedster with Barry. He rattled off an interesting list of names: Jesse Chambers, someone with the last name of Lawrence, and Danica Williams before assuming Nora was Barry’s daughter Dawn Allen.First appearing in 1968 s Adventure Comics #373, Dawn Allen and her twin brother Don were known as the Lightning Twins in the Legion of Superheroes’ 30th Century. The occasional speedsters were revealed to be the children of Barry and Iris thanks to some time-travel shenanigans that saw them settling in that era. And it seems the twins were destined to be Barry’s children prior to Flashpoint, as Thawne even tells Barry “at least you still have one” when he realizes Nora is a new version of Dawn.Unless, of course, Thawne meant Barry still has one Nora. Curiously enough, Gideon subsequently mentions Nora is the fifth recruit of the “rebooted” Legion of Superheroes — a nod to her comic-book counterpart XS, Barry’s granddaughter Jenni Ognats, who would appear as part of Legion of Superheroes first continuity reboot in 1994.Jesse Chambers and Lawrence, meanwhile, both refer to Liberty Belle, a legacy character in the early 2000s Justice Society of America comic book. As the daughter of the Golden Age Liberty Belle — aka Libby Lawrence — and Johnny Quick, Jesse had both speed and strength on her side. She also honored her parents by alternating between her mother s Liberty Belle persona and helping the other speedsters as Jesse Quick — a name used on the show by Harry Wells’ daughter Jesse (Violett Beane).Danica Williams is the Flash of the 2040s who first appeared in Batman Beyond Unlimited #13. While not a member of the West-Allen family, she does have a connection to the Speed Force that allows her the ability to contact speedsters like Wally West and Jay Garrick. But for Flash viewers, the most interesting aspect is her place in future history. The 2040s are an important time in the Arrowverse with A.R.G.U.S. hunting metahumans, Star City in shambles, and a certain supervillain locked up in Iron Heights Prison.Wells, Wells, Wells, and WellsAnd speaking of Wells — or Thawne-as-Wells — Cavanagh told us the biggest logistical challenge of the episode was “playing four characters and also directing them.” In what might be a record for the show, Cavanagh appears as four takes on Wells: Sherloque Wells in the present day, Harry Wells in the season 2 sequence, Thawne-as-Wells in the season 1 moments, and an incarcerated Thawne-as-Wells in 2049.Trying to make sense of the two versions of Thawne-as-Wells may split your brain open, but we think we know the order of events: The Thawne who Nora talks to in 2049 is most likely the one Barry let escape at the end of last year s crossover event, “Crisis on Earth-X.” If that is the case, he is the most current version of Thawne, while the Thawne-as-Wells who Nora meets in the season 1 sequence is, essentially, his younger self. That suggests the one in Iron Heights has a memory of Barry and Nora’s visit to January 27, 2015, and their conversation in his past no doubt set up all the ways he’s manipulating her. At least, that’s our theory.Yeah, all the variations of Eobard Thawne — including the time remnant from DC s Legends of Tomorrow played by Matt Letscher — make us scratch our heads, too.For those of you who think Sherloque may also be Thawne, know that Helbing denied it, saying Sherloque s bow to Nora and the use of the phrase “clever girl” at the end of the episode does not mean as much as fans might be reading into it. Nonetheless, we’re still unsure about Sherloque. If he is another version of Thawne, what is his game?Blast from the Past(Photo by Jeff Weddell/The CW)As the newest member of the cast, Parker said the episode was “a way for me [as Nora], but also in my real life, to be a part of [the show s past] for a second.” Reliving some key moments of Flash history, sometimes with new angles, made it “really, really special” (although she also admitted she “read that script so many times” to understand the various time periods).And as for The Flash himself? “Grant remembered,” she said.Gustin was more modest when asked about returning to the scenes featured in the 100th episode.“I have the episodes as reference,” he said before adding, “I was pretty familiar with them.”The Flash airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on The CW.
This Weekly Ketchup brings you another ten headlines from the world of film development news, covering such titles as Batgirl, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, Blade, and Clerks III.This WEEK S TOP STORYIN THE HEIGHTS STAR TO BE THE NEW BATGIRL IN SOLO MOVIE(Photo by Warner Bros.)A common publicity strategy for really big projects is to slowly tease out a group of actors that is being considered for a role, before officially announcing who actually got the role in a following news cycler. This week, HBO Max sped the process up quite a bit for the announcement of who will be starring as Barbara Gordon, AKA Batgirl, in their upcoming solo movie. On Monday, the big news was that Warner Bros and DC Comics had started testing a small circle of actresses for the role that included Isabela Merced (Dora and the Lost City of Gold ), Zoey Deutch (Zombieland: Double Tap), and Haley Lu Richardson. That was on Monday. On Wednesday, the role was announced as going to Leslie Grace, one of the stars of Lin-Manuel Miranda s In the Heights. Batgirl will be directed by Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah (Bad Boys for Life) as an expected 2023 HBO Max exclusive. Leslie Grace took to Twitter to exclaim, I am BEYOND EXCITED to embody Barbara Gordon, your #Batgirl ! I cannot believeeee what I’m writing rn… Other Top Headlines1. I MAY DESTROY YOU STAR SIGNS ON FOR MYSTERIOUS KEY ROLE IN BLACK PANTHER: WAKANDA FOREVER (Photo by Mark Johnson / ©E4/Channel 4 /Everett Collection)We ve known for a while that Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is scheduled for release next summer on July 8, 2022, but the actual premise of the sequel is still shrouded in mystery. We can now confirm that Winston Duke will be reprising his role as M Baku in the sequel. And the latest casting news that sent Twitter all into a flurry is that Michaela Coel (creator and star of HBO s I May Destroy You) has joined Black Panther: Wakanda Forever in an undisclosed key role. There are dozens of characters from the comics that Coel could possibly be playing, but speculation immediately jumped to her playing Storm, who in the comics was once married to T Challa. Of course, one of the lingering rumors about the film is that Tenoch Huerta (Narcos: Mexico) is playing Namor the Sub-Mariner. Presuming the film does deal with the political intrigues between Wakanda and Atlantis, that also opens the door to Coel playing one of the Atlanteans, like perhaps Namor s longtime romantic interest, Lady Dorma.2. LOOKING FOR DETAILS ABOUT JORDAN PEELE S MYSTERIOUS THIRD FILM? NOPE.(Photo by Universal)Jordan Peele s first two films as director (Get Out, Us) had such an impact that any news about his third movie is noteworthy, even it s just a title and an enigmatic poster. Speaking of which, the title of Jordan Peele s next movie will be Nope. Whatever it s about, we do know that the stars are Daniel Kaluuya (Get Out), Keke Palmer (Hustlers, Akeelah and the Bee), and Steven Yuen (Minari, The Walking Dead), and that it s scheduled for July 22, 2022.3. WHOOPI GOLDBERG TAKING ON THE EMMETT TILL STORY(Photo by ThinkFilm)Emmett Louis Till was a 14-year-old boy who was lynched and murdered in Mississippi in 1955, leading to the controversial trial and a legacy of providing the burgeoning civil rights movement an example of injustice for African-Americans. The story of Till has been told many times in documentary form, including the 2003 Sundance Film Festival Special Jury Award winner The Murder of Emmett Till. The true story of the aftermath of Till s murder will soon be told as a dramatic film in Till, with Whooopi Goldberg and Danielle Deadwyler (Paradise Lost, HBO s Watchmen) attached to play Till s grandmother and mother, respectively. Till will be directed by Chinonye Chukwu, who won the 2019 Sundance Film Festival Dramatic Grand Jury Prize for Clemency.4. MARVEL HIRES MOGUL MOWGLI DIRECTOR TO STAKE OUT BLADE (Photo by Strand Releasing/Everett Collection)Riz Ahmed, who received an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor for Sound of Metal, followed that film up with a British rap drama called Mogul Mowgli. That film actually premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival in February of 2020, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, its release was delayed all the way until September 3rd, 2021. Someone at Marvel Studios must ve gotten their hands on Mogul Mowgli early because they have already started negotiating with director Bassam Tariq to direct the upcoming reboot of Blade, starring Mahershala Ali. No details have been revealed about what Marvel s new version of Blade might be tackling first. Screenwriter Stacy Osei-Kuffour (story editor on HBO s Watchmen and Amazon s Hunters) was hired to adapt Blade in February, and is expected to start filming in sometime in 2022.5. ZACK SNYDER TO DIRECT ARMY OF THE DEAD SEQUEL SOME DAY(Photo by Netflix/Everett Collection)Zack Snyder started 2021 with Zack Snyder s Justice League as one of HBO Max s most ambitious exclusives in March. We ve since received Snyder s Army of the Dead on Netflix, and Snyder is currently filming the prequel spinoff series Army of the Dead: Lost Vegas, giving Snyder a new post-DC franchise. This week, Snyder and his wife and producing partner Deborah Snyder signed a new two year deal with Netflix, and that news included the revelation that the Snyders are now officially developing an Army of the Dead sequel. That film will not, however, be produced for a while, as Snyder s immediate priority is the science-fiction adventure Rebel Moon (also for Netflix), which is being compared to Star Wars in its scope and scale. The cast of Rebel Moon have not been announced yet.6. TWILIGHT DIRECTOR RECRUITS BRIAN COX AND KATE BECKINSALE FOR PRISONER S DAUGHTER(Photo by Amazon/Everett Collection)Usually, when a prolific director delivers a mid-budget movie that earns over 0 million, leading to a billion five-movie franchise, they become a household name. That s not really how things have turned out for original Twilight director Catherine Hardwicke, although she certainly has stayed busy. Hardwicke s next film will be a family drama called Prisoner s Daughter, and her stars will be Brian Cox (Succession, X2) as the titular prisoner, and Kate Beckinsale (Underworld, this week s Jolt) as the daughter. In related news, Beckinsale also made the news this week for talking about how she pitched Marvel on a Blade Underworld vampire movie crossover.7. KEVIN SMITH ASSURES US, CLERKS III IS STILL OPEN(Photo by TWC/Everett Collection)When director Kevin Smith got his Clerks crew back together in 2006 for the sequel Clerks II, it was the end of a 12-year wait. As it turns out, however, the delay between Clerks II and Clerks III will have been even longer, presuming it s released sometime in either 2022 or 2023 (making the gap 16 or 17 years). The first two Clerks movies were distributed by Miramax (as were many of Smith s early films). Recently, Lionsgate stepped in to acquire Clerks III and get the sequel going. With a new studio home, Smith is now set to start filming Clerks III on location in New Jersey, with most of his Clerks II cast returning, including Rosario Dawson, Jeff Anderson, Brian O Halloran, and Jay Mewes and Kevin Smith reprising their Jay and Silent Bob characters. The premise will involve Randal (Anderson) suffering a massive heart attack, which inspires him to get his friends together to make a movie about his life as a convenience store clerk.8. ANTHONY RAMOS TO STAR IN DISTANT SCI-FI THRILLER NEXT YEAR (Photo by ©Universal Pictures)Universal Pictures announced release dates this week for two movies that we didn t previously know much about. Anthony Ramos (In the Heights, Hamilton), Zachary Quinto (Star Trek, TV s Heroes), and Naomi Scott (Aladdin, Power Rangers) will star in the 2022 sci-fi thriller Distant, about a spaceship in the future that is hit by an asteroid, putting the characters in a Gravity-style survival situation. Comedian Jo Koy will star in the second Universal movie, Easter Sunday, as a man returning home for an Easter celebration with his riotous, bickering, eating, drinking, laughing, loving family, in this love letter to his Filipino-American community. Easter Sunday will be directed by Jay Chandrasekhar (Super Troopers, Beerfest).9. DWAYNE JOHNSON CONFIRMS HE S DONE WITH FAST FURIOUS(Photo by Universal)Your Twitter feed may have been recently full of stories of the ongoing back-and-forth between Fast Furious franchise stars Vin Diesel and Dwayne Johnson, but this week, it seemed to finally reach a point how the future movies will be developed. That s because Dwayne Johnson was quoted this week as saying, I wish them well on Fast 9. And I wish them the best of luck on Fast 10 and Fast 11 and the rest of the Fast Furious movies they do that will be without me. Dwayne Johnson last played his Hobbs character in Hobbs Shaw in 2019, and there had been talk of a sequel, but in February, one of the producers suggested it might take longer than a while. And now, Johnson s comment about the rest of Fast Furious movies they do without me suggests he s done, period.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
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亚博APP苹果官网下载 d, and Leonard Roberts. Premieres Oct. 21. (Peacock)• Good Timing with Jo Firestone is the comedian’s special in which she teaches a comedy class for 16 senior citizens, who then perform at a live stand-up show. Premieres Oct. 15. (Peacock)• Convergence: Courage in a Crisis is a documentary that follows nine stories across eight countries about people who have spent the pandemic fighting for the lives and rights of those who had been forgotten or abandoned during the “generation-defining crisis.” Premieres Oct. 12. (Netflix)• Insecure season 5, the Emmy-winning series’ final season, finds Issa and her friends making some major decisions about what they want the next phase of their lives to look like. Stars Issa Rae, Yvonne Orji, Jay Ellis, Natasha Rothwell, Amanda Seales, Kendrick Sampson, and Courtney Taylor. Premieres Oct. 24. (HBO)• Scoobtober is a month-long celebration of Scooby-Doo movies and series, including season 2 of Scooby-Doo and Guess Who? with guest stars like Jason Sudeikis, Cher, Carol Burnett, and Run DMC. Starts Oct. 1. (HBO Max and Cartoon Network)• The Next Thing You Eat is a six-episode docuseries featuring chef David Chang taking viewers on a tour of what the future holds for what we eat: burger-flipping robots, lab-grown fish, and insect farms. Premieres Oct. 21. (Hulu)• Bad Sport is a six-episode docuseries about the intersection of sports and crime, including the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympic figure skating scandal, superstar Indycar driver Randy Lanier’s marijuana-smuggling operation, and the Arizona State University basketball point-shaving scheme. Premieres Oct. 6. (Netflix)• The Closer is Dave Chappelle’s sixth comedy special for Netflix, directed by Emmy winner Stan Lathan, and following the Emmy and Grammy-winning 2019 special Sticks Stones. Premieres Oct. 5. (Netflix)• Love Life season 2 stars William Jackson Harper (Midsommar) in the romantic comedy anthology series, playing a thirtysomething, newly divorced man in New York City who has to learn how to date all over again. Premieres Oct. 28. (HBO Max)For all the latest TV and streaming trailers subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel.CASTING: Outlander s Graham McTavish Confirmed for Game of Thrones Prequel(Photo by Vivien Killilea/Getty Images for STARZ)Game of Thrones prequel series House of the Dragon has added seven actors to its cast:• Outlander alum Graham McTavish as Ser Harrold Westerling, a “paragon of chivalry and honor”• Ryan Corr (Holding the Man) as Ser Harwin “Breakbones” Strong, “the strongest man in the Seven Kingdoms”• Jefferson Hall (Vikings) playing twins Tyland and Jason Lannister, the Lord of Casterly Rock and calculating politician, respectively• David Horovitch (Miss Marple) as Grand Maester Mellos, a trusted advisor to King Viserys• Matthew Needham (Chernobyl) as Larys Strong, son of Master of Laws Lyonel Strong; Bill Paterson (Fleabag) as Lord Lyman Beesbury, the Master of Coin for King Viserys• Gavin Spokes (Hamilton) as Lord Lyonel Strong, Master of Laws to King Viserys.Emmy and Oscar winner Patricia Arquette, who most recently starred in Escape at Dannemora and The Act, will direct and star in the Showtime limited series Love Canal, about a group of blue-collar women who became environmental activists after they discovered 20,000 tons of deadly chemicals were buried under their neighborhood in Niagara Falls, New York in the 1970s. The true story will be based on an upcoming documentary called The Canal and the upcoming book Paradise Falls by journalist Keith O’Brien. (Variety)Recent Ted Lasso Emmy winner Hannah Waddingham will play vengeance-minded seductress Lady Bellaston in a limited series reimagining of Henry Fielding’s novel The History of Tom Jones for PBS Masterpiece.Eight-year veteran Beck Bennett has left the cast of Saturday Night Live, which begins its 47th season on October 2. Featured players Chloe Fineman and Bowen Yang have been promoted to regular cast members, Andrew Dismukes and Punkie Johnson will return as featured players, but Lauren Holt will not, and three new featured players include Aristotle Athari, James Austin Johnson, and Sarah Sherman.The Flight Attendant is getting several new cast members for season 2, including Cheryl Hines, Mae Martin, Margaret Cho, Mo McRae, Callie Hernandez, JJ Sorta, Jessie Ennis, and Shohreh Aghdashloo. The new season will find Cassie (star Kaley Cuoco) working part-time as a CIA asset, until she accidentally witnesses a murder while on assignment and once again finds herself in the middle of an international mystery.Eva Amurri is going to co-star with her real-life mother, Susan Sarandon, in the Fox country music drama Monarch. Amurri will play the younger version of her mother, who plays country music superstar Dottie Cantrell Roman.(Photo by Pip; Akina Chan)FX has set the cast for its limited series adaptation of James Clavell’s novel Shōgun: Anna Sawai (as Lady Mariko) joins Hiroyuki Sanada (Yoshii Toranaga) and Cosmo Jarvis (John Blackthorne) as the series leads, while the rest of the ensemble cast includes Tadanobu Asano (as Kashigi Yabushige), Fumi Nikaido (Ochiba No Kata), Tokuma Nishioka (Toda Hiromatsu), Takehiro Hira (Ishido Kazunari), Ako (Daiyoin “Lady Iyo”), Shinnosuke Abe (Toda Hiroshige “Buntaro”), Yasunari Takeshima (as Muraji), Hiroto Kanai (Kashigi Omi), Toshi Toda (Sugiyama), Hiro Kanagawa (Igarashi), Nestor Carbonell (Rodrigues), Yuki Kura (Yoshii Nagakado), Tommy Bastow (Father Martin Alvito), Moeka Hoshi (Usami Fuji), Yoriko Doguchi (Kiri no Kata), and Yuka (Kouri Kiku).HBO Max’s Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin, a modern day-set sequel to the 2010-17 original Pretty Little Liars, has cast the moms for the new group of trouble-prone teens: Carly Pope (Popular), Lea Salonga (Yellow Rose), Sharon Leal (Dream Girls), Elena Goode (Straight Outta Compton), and Zakiya Young (Orange Is the New Black).Micah Stock, Ryan Kwanten, Gayle Rankin, Austin Smith, Antoinette Crowe-Legacy and David Alexander Kaplan have joined previously announced cast member Mallori Johnson as stars of FX’s pilot for the drama Kindred. The series, based on the influential, bestselling novel by Octavia E. Butler, is a sci-fi, time-travelling story that examines slavery from the perspective of a modern (at the time of the book’s 1979 release) young Black woman.Lily Rose-Depp and The Weeknd will reportedly star in The Idol, HBO’s in-development drama about the romance between a pop star and a Los Angeles club owner who’s also the leader of a secret club. (Deadline)I’m Dying Up Here alum and She-Hulk co-star Ginger Gonzaga has signed on to play the female lead in CBS’ pilot for a series adaptation of the movie True Lies. Steve Howey (Shameless) is playing the Arnold Schwarzenegger role in the pilot, while Gonzaga is playing his wife, played by Jamie Lee Curtis in the movie, about a spy who ends up working beside his wife.After the college admissions scandal and her subsequent jail sentence, Full House alum Lori Loughlin is reprising her role as Abigail Stanton from Hallmark Channel’s When Calls the Heart on that series’ spin-off When Hope Calls.Former Bachelor contestant Jesse Palmer is now the host of the show, replacing longtime host Chris Harrison. Palmer begins his hosting duties with the next season, Season 26, which premieres on ABC in 2022.PRODUCTION DEVELOPMENT: Cruel Intentions Update in the Works (Photo by Everett Collection)IMDb TV is producing a college-set sequel series to late- 90s feature film Cruel Intentions, which starred Sarah Michelle Gellar and Ryan Phillippe as a ruthless pair of private school-educated step-siblings. A contemporary reimagining of the 1782 French novel Les Liaisons dangereuses, the 1999 drama also starred Reese Witherspoon, Selma Blair, and Joshua Jackson and spawned 2001 prequel Cruel Intentions 2, starring Amy Adams, and 2004 sequel Cruel Intentions 3. The 1988 adaptation of the novel, Dangerous Liaisons, starred Glenn Close, John Malkovich, Michelle Pfeiffer, Uma Thurman, and Keanu Reeves and won three Academy Awards. The series logline: An hour-long drama series where two ruthless step siblings will do anything to stay on top. In this case, of the Greek life hierarchy at an elite Washington, D.C. college. After a brutal hazing incident threatens the entire Panhellenic system, they’ll do whatever’s necessary to preserve their power and reputations — even seduce the daughter of the Vice President of the United States. The series is written by Phoebe Fisher and Sara Goodman, who met working on Amazon s forthcoming I Know What You Did Last Summer series for Amazon. Producer on the original film Neal H. Moritz executive produces the new series.Dick Wolf’s Wolf Entertainment announced that his original Law Order series – the one that aired from 1990-2010 on NBC and reruns on WE, Sundance, and BBC American – will return to NBC for what will be the iconic series’ 21st season. “There are very few things in life that are literally dreams come true,” Wolf said. “This is mine.” No cast has been announced for the returning series yet.Another reboot on the way: Babylon 5, the sci-fi series from creator J. Michael Straczynski, at The CW. The series, which ran from 1994-97 in syndication, revolved around Bruce Boxleitner’s Captain John Sheridan, who led the human military staff and alien diplomats aboard a space station. The reboot will also focus on Sheridan, though there’s no word on casting.Russell T. Davies, who rebooted Doctor Who in 2005 and ended the space drama’s 16-year hiatus, will return as showrunner of Doctor Who in 2023. That’s when current showrunner Chris Chibnall leaves the BBC series, and when a new Doctor will take over from current star Jodie Whittaker. That year will also mark Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary.(Photo by MTV / Courtesy: Everett Collection)Paramount+ has order a Teen Wolf movie that will possibly reunite several cast members. Original series creator and producer, Jeff Davis, is behind the movie, with cast members in talks to return for the film. Star Tyler Posey Instagrammed an official teaser for the project, which features fans’ social media requests for a Teen Wolf return and a peek at Stiles’ Jeep. Davis is also working on a Teen Wolf spin-off series called Wolf Pack, and the previously announced live-action reboot Æone Flux.NBC has ordered a Night Court sequel to series, with original series star John Larroquette returning as former prosecutor Dan Fielding, and The Big Bang Theory alum Melissa Rauch playing Judge Abby Stone, the daughter of Judge Harry Stone, who was played by the late Harry Anderson. Rauch is also an executive producer on the series, while Larroquette, who won four Emmys for playing the ornery Fielding, will be a producer.Girlfriends and The Game creator Mara Brock Akil is adapting the classic Judy Blume YA novel Forever as a Netflix series. The romantic drama will revolve around two Black teenagers in Los Angeles who try to maneuver through first love and sex while school, their parents, and friends add extra complications to their relationships. (THR)The trend of TV series stars hosting a podcast about their show continues: Veep stars Matt Walsh and Timothy Simons are hosting Second in Command: A Veep Rewatch Podcast on Oct. 12, with behind-the-scenes reveals, trivia, fan questions, and discussions with real politicians about just how over-the-top the HBO comedy was.MTV and Paramount+ have renewed The Real World Homecoming for two seasons. Season 1 focused on reuniting the cast of Real World New York, the cast that kicked off the seminal reality series, and season 2 will feature a reunion of the second-ever cast, Real World Los Angeles.Disney’s Onyx Collective, a brand dedicated to working with creatives of color and underrepresented voices, has ordered its first series, from producers Kerry Washington and Larry Wilmore: Reasonable Doubt, a legal drama starring Ballers alum Emayatzy Corinealdi as Jax Stewart, a defense attorney with “questionable ethics and wild interpretations of the law” who is also considered the most brilliant and fearless defense attorney in Los Angeles. (THR)The Wire actress Felicia Pearson and producer Ed Burns are developing a series based on Pearson’s real life growing up in Baltimore. Tentatively titled A.K.A. Snoop – in reference to Pearson’s character on The Wire – the series will unfold Pearson’s tough childhood, which included being born to a crack-addicted mother, growing up as a gay woman in a foster home, dealing drugs, and spending six years in prison. Pearson and Burns are writing the project together, while Burns will executive produce it. No network or streaming service is yet attached to the series. (Variety)Can t Decide What to Watch? Amazon Offers a Sign(Photo by Amazon Prime Video)In celebration of the Autumnal Equinox, Amazon Prime has created lists of recommended movies and TV shows for each sign of the zodiac, and, bonus, each selection is included in Prime subscribers’ membership. If nothing else, it’s an interesting list of watch recs for everyone. Sagittarians have eight seasons of Diff’rent Strokes on their list.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.