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bob综合登录入口采用百度引擎5(Baidu 7)(Photo by Tracy Bennett/©Columbia Pictures)All Adam Sandler Movies RankedThe critics haven t always been kind to Adam Sandler over the course of his film career, but box office receipts don’t lie — his detractors have been handily outnumbered by his many ardent fans, many of whom have been laughing it up over the SNL vet’s shtick for decades. His filmography s certainly had its share of ups and downs, but it includes some of the biggest — and most eminently quotable — comedy hits in recent memory, from Billy Madison to Happy Gilmore, as well as a number of beloved rom-coms like The Wedding Singer and 50 First Dates, and indie gems in the form of The Meyerowitz Stories and Punch-Drunk Love. In fact, one of his latest was exactly that: 2019 s Uncut Gems, the intense crime thriller from the Safdie bros, drew some of the highest critical acclaim of Sandler s career.Watch out for hired goons, giant penguins, and, of course, Bob Barker, and let’s take a look at his entire filmography, from the best Adam Sandler movies to the worst, ranked by Tomatometer!

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正因如此,很多人都将其称为MOBA类游戏当中的龙头老大,一致认为英雄联盟手游之后将会影响同类游戏的走向。从官博这200万的粉丝数量来看,我们也能看到手游的人气也丝毫不逊色于端游,甚至可以和端游巅峰期相提并论。这次的测试很大程度上解决了上一轮测试的遗留问题,并且做出了一定的改动。我觉得很多玩家都认为手游是端游的延续,这是一种不太严谨的说法。我更加认为手游是端游的转型,保留了端游中原汁原味的玩法,但是又拥有一定的独特性。 《王者荣耀》下限低,操作简单,几乎适合所有年龄阶段群体玩家,而且娱乐属性很高,而《英雄联盟手游》过于追求竞技性,同时画风方面又偏向西方魔幻。

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Manuel Betancourt for Rotten Tomatoes: In terms of the prep for Sound of Metal, I know you spent months practicing drums and learning sign language. What surprised you the most about mastering both of those skills simultaneously?Riz Ahmed: I started down the road of learning how to play the drums and learning American Sign Language because that s what the character has to do. Darius wanted the drumming to be for real; he wanted us to be able to improvise with deaf actors on set. But actually what I got out of learning those two skills was more than just the skills themselves. I think they really opened me up in interesting ways. So I think of what Guy Licata [the Brooklyn-based drummer with whom he practiced] told me when I was learning how to play the drums: you can t play the drums, they have to play you. There s an element of surrender and submission and giving over to your body and your instinct that has to occur in order to successfully try and, you know, drum anything. That was a lesson for me in the same way that it s a lesson for Ruben in the movie about what you lose, sure, but also, what can be gained when you lose control. I kind of feel like there was a quite profound lesson in there. Then, with the American Sign Language, I feel like the deaf community taught me the true meaning of the word listening. And the word communication. Listening isn t something you just do with your ears. It s something you do with your whole body. It s about putting yourself in a state of receptive attention for someone else s energy. I think that members of the deaf community and the deaf cast on this project, for me, are some of the best listeners I have ever met in my life. And you know, [co-star] Jeremy [Lee Stone] would say that there s a trope in the deaf community that hearing people are emotionally repressed because they hide behind words. When I started becoming more fluent in ASL I understood what he meant, because when you communicate in sign language, you are doing it with your whole body in such a connected way that feels so visceral you find yourself getting much more emotional about things. At least I did signing them. (Photo by © Amazon Prime Video)There’s such a physicality to Ruben. He’s both so electric and so still at the same time. I wondered if this experience will affect not just future roles but also the way you approach your work.Ahmed: Well, again, I think it s more that the process of preparation worked on me. You know, it wasn t a matter of me kind of controlling this. It just happened, I think, by trusting the process of learning to play the drums and sign language which are both nonverbal communication that force you to communicate more with your body and place you more in your body. So I think the demands of the role technically ended up having other effects. They just kind of inform the performance.To be honest, I kind of feel like I went into this project looking for a new process and looking for a new way into my work. I think coming from a British background there can be a lot of onus on the text, and a lot of kind of cerebral analysis of texts and story and character. And that s great.bob综合登录入口(Click to enlarge.)It was less of a battle than we imagined, but the votes are in, and the sound of Darth Vader Breathing has been crowned as the most Iconic Movie Sound in an overwhelming victory! Vader s trademark breathing faced little challenge until it met another signature sound from the Star Wars franchise namely that of the almighty Lightsaber and in the final round, it went up against the roar of Jurassic Park s T-Rex, which faced more difficult battles. To be quite honest, we here at RT were a little surprised that iconic sounds like Tarzan s Yell, the Wilhelm Scream, and even Godzilla s Roar didn t advance further than they did or, in some cases, didn t provide more of a challenge to the sounds that beat them. But RT users have spoken, and we have our champ.You can see below for the final tally of the championship round, or you can click over to see the results from previous rounds. Thanks to everyone who participated!Round 1 Results | Round 2 Results | Round 3 ResultsRound 4Round 1 Results | Round 2 Results | Round 3 ResultsLike this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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9.36.6 9月喜迎手游代理早已进入大众人民的生活,从市场需要来看,放眼望去,现代人的生活真的是离不开互联网,不论什么场合都喜欢抱着手机玩,然而手游是个让消费者都乐在其中的项目,自然是一个非常值得加盟的项目。手游游戏种类丰富、且受众多,深受玩家的喜爱和支持。下面就来看看互创手游代理项目有哪些优势呢。
(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]).

(Photo by ©Marvel Studios 2021. All Rights Reserved.)This weekend offered yet another solid exhibit in the year-long debate over theatrical exclusives vs. day-and-date hybrids – especially when the latter is free as part of a subscription base. The big exclusive that broke a whole bunch of records last week and is primed to become the biggest film of the summer did exactly what the industry wanted it to do this week. Meanwhile, the biggest film debuting in theaters this weekend that is also available on HBO Max had one of the limpest openings of the year across many categories.King of the Crop: Shang-Chi On Track to Be First Pandemic-Era 0 Million Film Disney, Marvel, and the industry in whole wanted to see Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings gross million this weekend – and it did, earning .8 million. And it s been giving signs of box office robustness since it opened last week.With a little boost thanks to Labor Day, Shang-Chi became the 102nd film to gross over 0 million in its first five days. More importantly, it was the first film to do it during the pandemic. (Black Widow took six.) That number took it out of the range of the few stragglers we referred to last week, including Black Widow, that appeared to be on solid footing towards 0 million only to fall back hard in weekend two to numbers between million and million. Only two films out of those 102 fell below million in their second outing: Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (.46 million) and Solo: A Star Wars Story (.39 million). The other 100 were all over million and ultimately got to 0 million.After 10 days, that puts Shang-Chi’s total at 5.6 million. No film with 0 million in the bank in that stretch has ever failed to hit 0 million. Even 2014’s Godzilla just got over the hump with 0.67 million and it had a .94 million second weekend. Interestingly enough, the highest-grossing film after ten days to miss the milestone was Marvel’s Black Widow this summer, which had 1.6 million at this point and is finishing with close to 3 million. Of course, that film kept additional money from theaters through its Premier Access availability on Disney+.Shang-Chi is now setting the lines for the forthcoming potential hits that will remain exclusive to theaters, such as No Time To Die, the Venom sequel, and Ghostbusters: Afterlife. Disney also took the step to assure theaters this week that they are committed to their partnership going forward with their live-action lineup – including 20th Century Studios releases – receiving a 45-day theatrical window before heading to streaming.Rotten Returns: Malignant Has Less Than Benign Opening Weekend(Photo by Ron Batzdorff /© Warner Bros. /Courtesy Everett Collection)Warner Bros. did not offer much fanfare in promoting the latest film from the director whose last film, Aquaman, grossed .14 billion. With few press screenings and a late-review embargo, they weren t even able to boast about Malignant s solid Tomatometer score of 75%. (Perhaps they were trying to hide the bonkers twist which we would never spoil here.) Ultimately, the horror movie opened with .6 million. How much the film was cheated out of at the box office for being available at home will be the source of further speculation. So let’s do that.Malignant s .6 million is lower than Wan’s 2007 follow-up to his Saw debut, Dead Silence (.84 million) and only slightly higher than his weakest opening, the underrated Death Sentence (.23 million) later that same year. Wan returned to straight horror with Insidious, which became a solid word-of-mouth success spawning three sequels, including one which he directed that opened to .27 million. In between, he began The Conjuring universe, with the first film in that franchise opening to .85 million. There was a sequel to that (.27 million opening) and the giants Furious 7 (7.18 million opening) and Aquaman (.87 million start on its way to 5 million domestic).This is the fifth film (out of 12 releases) this year in WB’s HBO Max day-and-date experiment to open to under million. Two of those films (The Little Things, Judas and the Black Messiah) were released before the larger vaccine rollout. Two others (Those Who Wish Me Dead, Reminiscence) had more star power than Malignant. None of these films were as IP-friendly as the other releases that performed better, with the exception of possibly In the Heights, which opened to .5 million and still disappointed many with that number. Godzilla vs. Kong is still the only film released day-and-date to theaters and HBO Max to reach 0 million. We’ll see if Dune and The Matrix Resurrections can still overcome the convenience of a home option.The Top Ten And Beyond: Free Guy Returns to No. 2 Position and Crosses 0 Million (Photo by 20th Century Studios)Free Guy became the seventh film of the year to pass the 0 million marker this weekend, moving back up to second place with another .8 million. That’s the second-highest fifth weekend of the year behind only A Quiet Place Part II (.19 million). That also puts it slightly ahead of Jungle Cruise’s pace at the same period and that film (still in the top five) will shortly cross 0 million.In other horror film news, Nia DaCosta’s Candyman update fell 53% in week three to .93 million bringing its total to million. That is now lining it up to be in the orbit of The Suicide Squad’s million, but likely a bit lower when all is said and done. Don’t Breathe 2, also a theatrical exclusive, managed to join the semi-exclusive million club this weekend. It was just the 20th film of 2021 to achieve that, compared to 25 films opening in 1800 theaters or more not to do so. It will be interesting to see how Halloween Kills does next month now that Universal has decided to stream it simultaneously on its Peacock service.Paul Schrader’s The Card Counter is worthy of some history this weekend grossing .1 million in 580 theaters. It may be of superficial significance to the legend who wrote Taxi Driver and Raging Bull, but it’s the first directorial effort of Schrader’s to open with over a million dollars since 1987’s Light of Day with Michael J. Fox and Joan Jett started with .53 million. The film is also a hit with critics (86% on the Tomatometer), ranking up there with some of his highest directorial scores, including Blue Collar (98%), First Reformed (93%), Mishima (89%), Affliction (88%), Light Sleeper (88%). As stated, legend.On The Vine: Tammy Faye and Clint Eastwood Roll Into TheatersIt’s another crowded week coming up. Though none of the films will come close to challenging Shang-Chi for the top spot, can any of them get over million? There is Searchlight’s The Eyes of Tammy Faye, with Jessica Chastain and Andrew Garfield playing the notorious religious figures. Clint Eastwood directs and stars in Cry Macho – that will also be available on HBO Max. Joe Carnahan’s new thriller, Copshop, with Frank Grillo and Gerard Butler, opens up from Open Road, and Focus Features again sticks with an exclusive theatrical release of Justin Chon’s Blue Bayou.Full List of Box Office Results: September 10-12, 2021
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H.G. Wells’ serialized novel The War of the Worlds was first published in the late 19th century, telling the story of a Martian invasion and attempted extermination of our planet after the English writer had already delivered The Time Machine, The Invisible Man, and The Island of Dr. Moreau. Wells’ works have been adapted several times in several different formats over the last 90 years, but never as memorably or successfully as the repeated attempts to breathe life into this timeless allegory. There was Orson Welles’ infamous 1938 radio broadcast, which panicked a nation and later inspired the backstory for Buckaroo Banzai, and Byron Haskin’s 1953 film is considered one of the seminal science-fiction films of its era. But in 2005, Steven Spielberg re-teamed with his Minority Report star Tom Cruise to offer a modern take on War of the Worlds, one that represented the culmination of the director s shift away from the idealist who once encouraged his audiences to watch the skies. On its 15th anniversary, we look back at what made War of the Worlds so effective, how it fits in Spielberg s filmography, and why it might actually be his most terrifying film.A GRADUAL PERSPECTIVE SHIFT(Photo by Universal Pictures)As early as 1964, when a 17-year-old Spielberg made a 0, 140-minute film called Firelight, his view towards the night skies (as well as life in general) represented more of a hopeful outlook than a cynical one. (He once questioned the screenplay of Used Cars for suggesting that politicians were in it just for the grift.) 1977 s Close Encounters of the Third Kind isn t exactly a glowing endorsement of fatherhood, but it ultimately concludes on an optimistic note, and in 1982 s beloved E.T., the greatest threat comes not from space or its alien visitor, but from humanity itself.Spielberg really began to embrace the darker elements of science fiction first in 1993 s Jurassic Park and its immediate sequel, both cautionary tales of human arrogance, and then in Stanley Kubrick’s long-gestating A.I.: Artificial Intelligence, which he took over upon Kubrick s death. In the latter film, David the robot undergoes a harrowing journey in his search to become human that culminates in a touching but melancholy scene set after the extinction of humanity. Spielberg s follow-up the very next year, the Philip K. Dick adaptation Minority Report, then presented a world in which literal thought police are in charge and abusing their power in Washington D.C. Still, all of those films feel like a prelude to War of the Worlds, which drops all pretense, pulls out all the stops, and delivers a pulse-pounding survival thriller set into motion by the arrival of a deadly, relentless enemy from the skies. Gone are the days of Close Encounters  musical tones of peace and the healing power of E.T. s glowing finger, replaced by darker themes inspired by real life events.THE UNOFFICIAL  9/11 TRILOGY (Photo by (c)DreamWorks, (c)Paramount, (c)Universal courtesy Everett Collection)While Spielberg never formally gave them a name the way fellow directors like John Carpenter (The Thing, Prince of Darkness, In the Mouth of Madness = The Apocalypse Trilogy) or Oliver Stone (Platoon, Born on the Fourth of July, Heaven Earth = The Vietnam Trilogy) did with their own work, his three films from 2004 and 2005 trade in common themes and fears stemming from the attacks on US landmarks on September 11, 2001. The Terminal from 2004 is often dismissed as a whimsical Capra-esque vehicle for Tom Hanks, but it s also a fable about the trepidation of outsiders entering our country. Stanley Tucci’s customs director even attempts to make Hanks trapped immigrant admit that he is afraid of his home country in exchange for passage to ours. At the end of 2005, Spielberg directly tackled the terrorist attack at the 1972 Olympics in Munich. That film’s government-sponsored revenge unit epitomizes the never-ending violence-begets-violence message, justifying its supposed righteousness with misinformation, and Spielberg ends the film with the less than subtle final image of the still-standing twin towers of the World Trade Center.In between The Terminal and Munich came War of the Worlds, which might not seem at first glance to be an obvious thematic fit, despite its heavily allegorical source material. But when Dakota Fanning s young Rachel asks Is it the terrorists? as she ducks for cover in the back of a van and her brother Robbie (Justin Chatwin) echoes the question moments later, it draws a straight line to the events of 9/11, and the references don t stop there. The alien enemy of the film emerges with weapons buried within Earth itself, like a terrorist cell waiting in hiding for the moment to strike. As Tom Cruise s Ray seeks shelter for himself and his kids at his ex-wife s home, a passenger plane comes crashing down into the neighborhood. Spielberg isn t dabbling in shameless exploitation, though; he never asks us to marvel at the special effects or  ooh and ahh as buildings are leveled the way we whooped and guffawed through Independence Day. When Ray returns home after the initial attack, the realization that the ash on his face belongs to the disintegrated people he ran through pulls him out of shock into a moment of panic, and it s equally terrifying for the audience, for both its literal and figurative significance.ABSENT SAVIORS(Photo by (c)Paramount courtesy Everett Collection)Spielberg’s relationship with his own parents particularly his father is well documented in his filmography and further fleshed out in Susan Lacy’s 2017 HBO documentary. Understandably, in War of the Worlds, Cruise’s Ray is not exactly the father figure his estranged children need in their time of distress. At the beginning of the film, he s a divorced deadbeat dad who doesn t know what to do with the limited time he gets with his kids when they arrive for the weekend, leaving Rachel to order her own food and watch TV while he sleeps; Robbie, who insists on calling Ray by his first name out of spite, seizes the opportunity to take his dad s car out for a spin. When they make their daring escape from the city later, Ray also appears to be unaware of his daughter’s claustrophobia or her peanut butter allergy. Father of the Year material he is not, but he s the only hope his children have for salvation.Meanwhile, their fellow humans begin to grow desperate, turning on one another in the tradition of everything from Night of the Living Dead to The Mist. The darker religious connotations of the latter have a more pointed role in 1953 s The War of the Worlds. One priest is martyred early in the film for attempting communication with the Martians, but when they attack the church where a group of survivors have gathered to sing and pray during the film s climax, they meet their downfall, as if by divine intervention. By contrast, in Spielberg’s version, a church is the first major building to suffer destruction from the enemy as they emerge from underground. God is pushed out of the way right at the onset, resulting in one less reason for the helpless to look to the sky.SPIELBERG S MOST TERRIFYING FILMThis may be a controversial claim, given that Steven Spielberg is responsible for two of the all-time most popular terror rides (Jaws and Jurassic Park) and at least an assist on a third (Poltergeist, which he produced and co-wrote), but it s certainly worthy of debate. He drops us in the water and then traps us on the Orca in Jaws  never let anyone tell you this is not a horror film but the whole affair is splashed with a great deal of adventure. Jurassic Park s velociraptors, dilophosauruses, and T-Rex can hunt and chase you down both out in the open and in a kitchen, but the experience is also filled with the benign wonder of the first dino sighting, along with a sick triceratops and a sneezy brachiosaurus.War of the Worlds has no iconic John Williams theme that you can play over a loudspeaker and feel a sense of euphoric warmth; the music is as eerie and menacing as the aliens’ call-to-arms (a seven-trumpets-like signal that would later be repurposed for humor in Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping). Spielberg never lets his foot off the gas, even when Ray and his kids are only walking or hiding. Moments that feel appropriated from his earlier works find fresh life here, most notably the cat-and-mouse game played with an alien tentacle in a basement that recalls the kitchen scene from Jurassic Park as well as the mechanical spiders in Minority Report. There s even a subtle nod to Spielberg s Poltergeist screenplay when Ray reassures Rachel that lightning never strikes in the same place twice.In between, Spielberg dreams up new nightmares, from a dead body floating in a stream that s soon followed by hundreds more to a flaming train that blazes past Ray and the kids as they make their way to a ferry with a massive crowd of fellow refugees. The ill-fated ferry ride itself is a horrifying set-piece well beyond the nightmares of Sheriff Brody, Jaws heroic lawman, who also never had to decide whether to save his kids by killing Mayor Vaughn, whose crimes against humanity were far greater than just making too much noise, like Tim Robbins Harlan. The throwaway moment of a blood bank announcing that they have more blood than we can use is alternately ominous and reassuring, but paired with the sight of an alien tripod harvesting a human being and spewing their blood across the landscape, it offers little comfort. There is nowhere to run, nowhere to hide.CONTEMPORARY RELEVANCE(Photo by Paramount Pictures)War of the Worlds is usually not regarded with the same deference as Spielberg’s other timeless blockbusters, but it may surprise some to learn that it is still Tom Cruise’s highest-grossing domestic film with over 4 million at the box office. The ending remains a point of contention for critics of the film, and some still can t forgive the climactic resurrection of one character. But like many films, its reputation has changed with the times, and the one we are living through now, on the film s 15th anniversary, is its own reflective nightmare. Today, a mass gathering of sardine-packed crowds is a bad omen, but H.G. Wells himself indirectly predicted what it might take for us to come to our senses, and Spielberg s film expands on the notion.The die is cast early with Rachel’s splinter; Ray warns her it will get infected if he does not remove it, but she calmly states that when it’s ready, my body will just push it out. As the film ends and Morgan Freeman s voice is heard explaining its ultimate deus ex machina, we are left with these words: “From the moment the invaders arrived, breathed our air, ate, and drank, they were doomed. They were undone, destroyed, after all of man’s weapons and devices had failed, by the tiniest creatures that God, in His wisdom, put upon this Earth. By the toll of a billion deaths, man had earned his immunity, his right to survive among this planet’s infinite organisms. And that right is ours against all challenges, for neither do men live, nor die, in vain.” The mere thought that the tables have turned, that we ourselves could now be the ones undone by God s tiniest creatures, is scarier than any shark or any dinosaur, and it s a stark reminder of how prescient the best science fiction can be.Where You Can Watch It NowFandangoNOW (rent/own), Amazon (rent/own), Google (rent/own), iTunes (rent/own), Vudu (rent/own)War of the Worlds was released on June 29, 2005.


bob综合登录入口 Lisey’s Story is the eight-episode adaptation of the Stephen King psychological horror-romance novel, the one inspired by his near-death experience after being hit by a van in 1999. King wrote all episodes of the miniseries about a wife haunted by forgotten memories of her famous novelist husband two years after his death. Stars Julianne Moore, Clive Owen, Joan Allen, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Dane DeHaan, Ron Cephas Jones, and Sung Kang. Premieres June 4. (Apple TV+)More trailers and teasers released this week:• Meerkat Manor: Rise of the Dynasty is a new docuseries that returns meerkat-loving viewers (and really, who doesn’t that include), to the Kalahari Desert where we first fell in love with Flowers in the original Meerkat Manor to meet three families of meerkats who are Flowers’ descendants. Premieres June 5. (BBC America)• Oslo is the true story of negotiations between implacable enemies: the secret back-channel talks, unlikely friendships and quiet heroics of a small but committed group of Israelis, Palestinians and one Norwegian couple that led to the 1993 Oslo Peace Accords. Stars Ruth Wilson and Andrew Scott, Premieres May 29. (HBO)• Solos is the seven-part anthology series that spans our present and future and illuminates that even during our most isolated moments we are all connected through the human experience. Stars Morgan Freeman, Anne Hathaway, Uzo Aduba, Helen Mirren, and Anthony Mackie. Premieres May 21. (Amazon Video)• 1971: The Year That Music Changed Everything is the eight-part immersive docuseries that explores the musicians and soundtracks that shaped the culture and politics of 1971, including The Rolling Stones, Aretha Franklin, Bob Marley, Marvin Gaye, The Who, Joni Mitchell, Lou Reed, and more. Premieres May 21. (Apple TV+)• Lupin, Part 2, is the continuation of Assane s quest for revenge against Hubert Pelligrini, which has torn his family to pieces. Stars Omar Sy, Hervé Pierre, Nicole Garcia, Clotilde Hesme, Ludivine Sagnier, Antoine Gouy, Shirine Boutella, and Soufiane Guerrab, Premieres June 11. (Netflix)• Wish Dragon is an animated series about Din, a college student with big dreams but small means, and Long, a cynical but all-powerful dragon capable of granting wishes, who set off on a hilarious adventure through modern day Shanghai in pursuit of Din s long-lost childhood friend, Lina. Stars John Cho, Natasha Liu Bordizzo, Jimmy Wong, Constance Wu, Jimmy O. Yang, and Bobby Lee. Premieres June 11. (Netflix)• Blindspotting is the TV sequel to Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal’s 2018 Oakland-set dramedy movie of the same name. Stars Jasmine Cephas Jones and Helen Hunt. Premiere June 13. (Starz)• Panic is the YA drama, based on author Lauren Oliver’s book of the same name, about 47 recent high school graduates who take part in a competition which will lead them to escape the small town they live in, until the rules change and they must decide how much they are willing to risk to leave their hometown. Stars Olivia Welch, Enrique Murciano, Moira Kelly, and Nancy McKeon. Premieres May 28. (Amazon Video)• Bosch, Amazon’s longest-running original series about LAPD detective Harry Bosch, will premiere its seventh and final season. Stars Titus Welliver. Premieres June 25. (Amazon Video)For all the latest TV and streaming trailers, subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel.CASTING: Kiefer Sutherland Returns to the Spy Game(Photo by Karwai Tang/WireImage)Kiefer Sutherland will star in an untitled espionage drama for Paramount+. Sutherland rejoins the TV spy game – after his iconic Emmy-winning performance as counterterrorist agent Jack Bauer in 24, which marks the 20th anniversary of its premiere in November – as James Weir, a private espionage operative in the midst of a battle over the preservation of democracy in a world at odds with misinformation, behavioral manipulation, the surveillance state, and the interests that control these extraordinary powers. Sutherland will executive produce alongside writer-directors John Requa and Glenn Ficarra (This Is Us), Charlie Gogolak (The Sinner), and Suzan Bymel (Designated Survivor).Starz’ The Serpent Queen has added cast. Samantha Morton stars in the series as the nefarious Catherine de Medici, the 16th century French orphan who ruled France even after finding out her husband was in love with someone else. Her new costars include: Amrita Acharia (Game of Thrones), Enzo Cilenti (Free Fire), Barry Atsma (The Hitman’s Bodyguard), Nicholas Burns (Emma), Danny Kirrane (Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales), Charles Dance (Game of Thrones), Ludivine Sagnier (8 Women), Liv Hill (Jellyfish), Kiruna Stamell (Moulin Rouge!), and Colm Meaney (Gangs of London).Beginning with the 2022 Hollywood awards season, Orange Is the New Black star Laverne Cox will lead E!’s red carpet coverage and host a series of celebrity interview specials on the network.Billy Porter, Zachary Quinto, and EJ Johnson are joining the voice cast of Disney+’s upcoming animated comedy series revival The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder. Porter and Quinto, respectively, voice Randall and Barry Leibowitz-Jenkins, mixed-race adoptive parents to 14-year-old activist Maya Leibowitz-Jenkins (Keke Palmer), while Johnson will voice Michael Collins, Penny Proud’s (Kyla Pratt) BFF and a non-conforming trendsetter, who serves up fierce looks at school and on the basketball court (Johnson’s father is Magic Johnson).He-Man and Skeletor return! Here s the first look at Kevin Smith s #MastersoftheUniverse: Revelation series premiering July 23 on Netflix. Rotten Tomatoes (@RottenTomatoes) May 13, 2021Netflix has released first look photos and confirmed voice cast for Kevin Smith’s Masters of the Universe: Revelation animated series that premieres on July 23. The talent includes Mark Hamill as Skeletor, Lena Headey as Evil-Lyn, Chris Wood as Prince Adam/He-Man, Sarah Michelle Gellar as Teela, Liam Cunningham as Man-At-Arms, Stephen Root as Cringer, Diedrich Bader as King Randor/Trap Jaw, Griffin Newman as Orko, Tiffany Smith as Andra, Henry Rollins as Tri-Klops, Alan Oppenheimer (the original Skeletor) as Moss Man, Susan Eisenberg as Sorceress, Alicia Silverstone as Queen Marlena, Justin Long as Roboto, Jason Mewes as Stinkor, Phil LaMarr as He-Ro, Tony Todd as Scare Glow, Cree Summer as Priestess, Kevin Michael Richardson as Beast Man, and Kevin Conroy as Mer-Man.Showtime’s still untitled Los Angeles Lakers drama has added another duo to its star-packed cast: Gillian Jacobs (Community) will play Chris Riley, wife of Lakers legendary coach Pat Riley, while Wood Harris (The Wire) will play Spencer Haywood, who famously won the right in 1970 to join the NBA without going to college first (which Kobe Bryant did decades later).LeVar Burton (Star Trek: The Next Generation) has joined The CW’s potential Nancy Drew spin-off Tom Swift, voicing the artificial intelligence companion and mentor to Tian Richards’ titular Tom. Burton will first appear in an upcoming Nancy Drew episode that will serve as a backdoor pilot for Tom Swift. (Deadline)Emily Blunt (A Quiet Place), Chaske Spencer (Banshee), Rafe Spall (Trying), Tom Hughes (A Discovery of Witches), Stephen Rea (The Honourable Woman), and Valerie Pachner (The Kingsman) are starring in the Amazon Video western The English, set in 1890, about Cornelia Locke (Blunt), an Englishwoman who arrives into the new and wild landscape of the West to wreak revenge on the man she sees as responsible for the death of her son. She meets a man (Spencer) with whom she discovers a shared history, which must be defeated if either of them are to survive.Rocketman star Jamie Bell is joining the cast of Apple+’s Elisabeth Moss drama Shining Girls. He’ll play a mysterious loner with a surprising connection to Moss’ reporter, Kirby, who is the victim of a brutal assault and tries to find her attacker as her reality begins to waver.James Roday Rodriguez, Dulé Hill, Timothy Omundson, Maggie Lawson, Kirsten Nelson, and Corbin Bernsen return for their series and Psych movie roles for Peacock’s upcoming movie Psych 3: This Is Gus, in which Shawn and Groomzilla Gus go rogue in an attempt to track down Selene’s (Jazmyn Simon) estranged husband, as Lassie grapples with the future of his career.Modern Family’s Sarah Hyland is joining the cast of Epic, ABC’s fairy tale drama where she’ll play Rose, a princess-y woman who’s about to marry her prince, i.e. the man of her dreams, until he has second thoughts. (Deadline)PRODUCTION DEVELOPMENT: Bridgerton Spinoff Focuses on Young Queen Charlotte (Photo by LIAM DANIEL/NETFLIX © 2020)Netflix has ordered a Bridgerton spinoff about a young Queen Charlotte, as well as young Violet Bridgerton and Lady Danbury. Shonda Rhimes will write and executive produce, alongside executive producers Betsy Beers and Tom Verica. (Variety)Paramount+ is reviving The Game, the comedy that originally aired on The CW and then  2006-15. Original cast members Wendy Raquel Robinson and Hosea Chanchez will reprise their roles as sports agent Tasha Mack and footballer Malik Wright, as the action moves from San Diego to Las Vegas with a mix of original cast and new players and a modern-day examination of Black culture through the prism of pro football. Original show creator Mara Brock Akil, showrunner and writer Devon Greggory, Salim Akil, and original executive producers Kelsey Grammer and Tom Russo will be executive producers.NBC will air Annie Live!, an update on the classic musical Annie, next December. Former NBC entertainment chairman Robert Greenblatt and Chicago and Hairspray film producer Neil Meron are producing, and no cast has been announced yet.Gordita Chronicles has been ordered to series at HBO Max. The comedy, with a pilot directed by executive producer Eva Longoria, revolves around a 12-year-old Dominican girl who tries to fit into her surroundings in 1980s Miami as she and her family try to achieve the American dream. Newcomer Olivia Goncalves stars.There’s more Mystery Science Theater 3000 on the way, after a Kickstarter campaign raised .5 million to produce more of the beloved cult-favorite series. Series creator Joel Hodgson will create 13 new episodes – including a 3D installment – which will be shown online in The Gizmoplex, a new virtual theater and online community for MST3K. (Variety)Showtime has its all-star Lakers series upcoming, and Hulu is going to give the Los Angeles NBA powerhouse a nine-part documentary series treatment. Lakers’ CEO and controlling owner Jeanie Buss is teaming with Emmy-winning director Antoine Fuqua for the project, which will unfold the franchise’s entire history, including its superstar rosters that have featured NBA Hall of Famers Magic Johnson, Shaquille O’Neal, and team captain Kareem Abdul-Jabbar; Kobe Bryant and LeBron James; and coaches Pat Riley and Phil Jackson.Adult Swim will produce new original movies based on their hit series Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Metalocalypse, and The Venture Bros. The movies will be released home video, then premiere on HBO Max and Adult Swim.The original series from short-lived short-form program streaming service Quibi can be seen on The Roku Channel as of May 20. Among the series: Die Hart, the comedy about a training school for action heroes with Kevin Hart and John Travolta; the Liam Hemsworth thriller Most Dangerous Game; new episodes of the Comedy Central classic Reno 911!; and Flipped, the comedy starring Emmy-nominated Kaitlin Olson and Will Forte.HBO will air Mike White’s (Enlightened) latest series, the six-episode social satire The White Lotus, this summer. The series is set at an exclusive Hawaiian resort and revolves around vacationers who plan to relax over the course of a week. But with each passing day, a darker complexity emerges in these picture-perfect travelers, the hotel’s cheerful employees, and the idyllic locale itself. Stars include Connie Britton, Jennifer Coolidge, Steve Zahn, Molly Shannon, Jon Gries, Alexandra Daddario, and Fred Hechinger. The series premieres July 11.FXX has ordered the animated comedy Little Demon, a half-hour series starring Danny DeVito, his daughter Lucy, and Aubrey Plaza, who are all also executive producers on the series. The story: 13 years after being impregnated by the Devil (Danny DeVito), a reluctant mother (Plaza) and her Antichrist daughter (Lucy DeVito) attempt to live an ordinary life in Delaware, but are constantly thwarted by monstrous forces, including Satan, who wants custody of his daughter s soul.The CW has ordered an adult remake of the beloved 1993-95 Nickelodeon adventure series Legends of the Hidden Temple. The new series will preserve many of the original elements, including Olmec, the giant talking Mayan head, the Moat Crossings, The Steps of Knowledge, the Temple Run, and the iconic team names: “Purple Parrots,” “Blue Barracudas,” “Orange Iguanas,” “Red Jaguars,” “Silver Snakes” and “Green Monkeys.” But the remake will go outside and into a “jungle,” with tougher challenges and much bigger prizes.PBS will premiere a new, four-part Ken Burn docuseries on boxing and activist icon Muhammad Ali in September. The special, titled Muhammad Ali, will air Sept. 19-22, and will the life of the man who, at the height of his fame and influence, challenged Americans’ racial prejudices, religious biases, and notions about what roles celebrities and athletes play in our society, and inspired people all over the world with his message of pride and self-affirmation.Politician, attorney, activist, and author Stacey Abrams’ new legal thriller, While Justice Sleeps, has been optioned by Working Title Television, which plans to adapt the book as a series. The book unfolds the national drama that sparks when a Supreme Court justice falls into a coma. Abrams will executive produce the series.AMC has ordered the sci-fi thriller Moonhaven from Lodge 40 showrunner Pete Ocko.  The series takes place on the titular utopian colony on the Moon, where a skeptical pilot and smuggler, marooned on Moonhaven after being accused of a crime, teams up with a detective to stop the evil forced that want to gain control of the colony’s powerful miracle-sparking AI, which is Earth’s only hope of surviving.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

《使命召唤》手游官方宣发定档于今年12月对外开发,广大玩家想必也开始期待游戏的正式上线。《使命召唤》手游作为“使命召唤”IP唯一正版的射击手游,值得期待的是其高度还原了使命召唤的经典玩法,游戏内蕴含了丰富多样的玩法模式,致力于让玩家们能更好沉浸在淋漓尽致的射击体验中。 (Photo by DC Universe)Click her to see the full image in a new tab.DC Universe turned up the heat at WonderCon on Friday with a slew of updates about their exclusive originals, including revealing the first official look at Stargirl from Berlanti Productions and Mad Ghost Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television. (See the full photo below.)Brec Bassinger appears in the series as Courtney Whitmore, aka Stargirl. The show will debut early 2020 on DC Universe, with character creator Geoff Johns serving as showrunner.DC also announced that  James Wan and Len Wiseman are among the producers to bring the  famously grotesque and cosmic book Swamp Thing to life, with a focus on Abby Arcane as she investigates a pathogen derived from a Louisiana swamp and what she finds lurking beneath/within/a part of that primordial soup. The series will debut May 31.Titans will return for a second season in fall 2019. Recent casting announcements have unveiled an exciting slate of characters for season 2, including Joshua Orpin as Conner Kent (aka Superboy); Esai Morales as Slade Wilson (aka Deathstroke); Chella Man as Joseph Wilson (aka Jericho) and Chelsea Zhang as Rose Wilson (aka the Ravager).Animated series Harley Quinn will premiere later in the fall season, following Titans.Before that, expect to see Krypton unveil its season 2 premiere in the summer on Syfy. If you re not caught up yet, season 1 will be available on DC Universe on Friday, April 5.If you believe in truth and are also a big fan of justice, check out the 11th Justice League animated movie, Justice League vs. The Fatal Five on April 16 on the streaming service, which will see as the 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD release the same day.Finally, Young Justice: Outsiders returns July 2 to finish the rest of the season.

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