One of two things could be happening this weekend: Either Vin Diesel is somewhere smiling thinking that The Fast and the Furious series is not as big without him or the entire series itself is starting to wane – at least here in America. Hobbs Shaw actually had an opening that both Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham can brag is higher than any of their previous starring vehicles, but as part of this particular franchise, its domestic numbers are not nearly as impressive.King of the Crop: Hobbs Shaw Leads Weekend But Trails Franchise Numbers(Photo by Universal)Fast Furious Presents: Hobbs Shaw opened to .8 million this weekend. That is higher than either Johnson’s San Andreas (.58 million) or Statham’s The Meg (.40 million), but it is lower than any of the films since 2009, when both Diesel and Paul Walker returned for the first time together back to the series. That started this cinematic phenomenon that began with a .95 million opening that increased to .19 million in 2011, then .37 in 2013. After Walker’s untimely death, the series had the same kind of bump in interest that The Dark Knight had in 2008. Nolan’s film opened to 8.41 million six months after Heath Ledger’s passing. After a delay in the release for Furious 7, it opened in April 2017 to the highest Tomatometer score in the series (81%) and a weekend of 7.18 million, which at the time was the ninth biggest opening ever. That opening is now 24th best, but it is still the eighth-highest ever worldwide with .516 billion.The Fate of the Furious was to continue its global dominance with .236 billion (good for 17th all-time – though will soon be passed by The Lion King) but its domestic gross of 6 million fell behind the sixth and seventh chapters. If Hobbs Shaw followed in sync with the rest of the series, it should have had no worse than the third-best August opening ever. Alas, it will have to settle for s 可是在近期，关于DNF手游又双叒叕定档的消息又传得漫天飞，这主要是游戏官网突然可以开启预约了，小编还抱着不太相信的心态去预约了一下，居然显示预约成功了！可把小编给吓着了。
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ys. “Whenever I take on any character, I go through hours and hours of research before I even hit a rehearsal or a set. I can show you notebooks of every decision I ve made about William s backstory: What he likes to eat, how he sleeps, what s his sign, how does he like sex, how often does he have it, does he have it? I make every decision for every single character.” Cabrini-Green itself was also crucial to his performance. The film was shot largely on location, and seeing the boarded-up windows, the patchwork of weeds and broken fences, you can almost feel the living memory of police brutality, trauma, and death. “From the moment I stepped on that soil, there s something about abandoned buildings, and filming in these abandoned spaces – there are ghosts there,” he explains. “Especially if you know the history of the Cabrini-Green projects and the people who inhabited it. You know this land is now being gentrified because it s actually the most auspicious land in the city. It was once redlined to be just for disenfranchised people of color. You re looking at America when you re standing there.”With experience as a playwright (penning SUMMER: The Donna Summer Musical, Lights Out: Nat King Cole, and more), Domingo has plans to adapt his plays into shorts and feature-length films. “I have one piece that I ve been quietly working on in animation that hopefully I ll talk about soon,” he reveals, along with plans for directing. “I’ve just agreed to be a part of an experience playing a legend. I won t tell you who, but he s a musical legend. That is one of my greatest inspirations.” For now, he hopes Candyman, which taps the chords of gentrification, Black Lives Matter, and the valuation of Black-made art, becomes a driver for important and urgent conversations. “After all, [the movie] is entertainment, but it s not the entertainment where you can just walk out, go get your car keys, and head home. You want to unpack so many things. It s going to be like a great album. You may not understand every song, but some songs are going to hit hard, and you won t be able to get them out of your mind.”Candyman is in theaters from Friday, August 28, 2021. On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
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(Photo by GABRIEL BOUYS/AFP/Getty Images)As we near the end of a bizarre, pandemic-shaped awards season, this year s Academy Awards ceremony makes no promises — except that masks will be required attire.The program, taking place on Sunday (two months delayed from its original date), is produced by Steven Soderbergh, Stacey Sher, and Jesse Collins, who sent a letter in March telling nominees that Zoom appearances will not be allowed, according to People. The in-person event will take place at both Union Station in downtown Los Angeles and the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood – as well as at satellite locations across the planet – and nominees who choose to attend are encouraged to wear not-casual attire.Recommended: Download our printable 2021 Oscars BallotRecommended: The Biggest Snubs, Surprises, and Milestones of the 2021 Oscar NominationsRecommended: Where to Watch the 2021 Oscar NomineesRecommended: The 2021 Best Picture Nominees Ranked by Tomatometer We re aiming for a fusion of Inspirational and Aspirational, which in actual words means formal is totally cool if you want to go there, but casual is really not, the letter said.With a slimmed-down attendee list of only presenters, those nominated, and their guest and the event being treated as an active movie set in terms of COVID protocol, producers must have something truly unusual planned, and we re eager to see how it stands up to past events.While we wait to see what s in store on the 2021 red carpet and during the event spectacle, we ve had a look at the Oscars events of the past decade and ranked them below from best to worst. So does anyone beat Anne Hathaway and James Franco as hosts of the worst Academy Awards ceremony in the past 10 years? Read on to find out.
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Sophie-Marie Prime for Rotten Tomatoes: How did you become involved with Wayne, and what made you want to be a part of it?Reese: Sean [Simmons] created this show. He grew up in Brockton, Massachusetts, which is sort of an “other side of the tracks” kind of place. He was inspired to write a spec pilot based on a little bit of his background and watching kids in Brockton who were real tough who would get beat up by groups of bigger kids, but not back down.Wernick: You know, scripts end up on our desks quite often. This one really jumped off the page. Sean had such a distinctive voice, and that s really what you look for. There s so much out there that kind of feels the same, and it feels predictable, and this one you just — it was a page turner. It was kind of a perfect mix of tones for us, and fit into “brand,” if we were to have one, Rhett and I. We jumped at the chance to be involved.(Photo by YouTube Premium)RT: How would you describe the tone of the show, in comparison to your other projects, like Deadpool and Zombieland?Wernick: I think it s very similar. It s in and out of different tones, and it s a delicate dance. But real life, it bounces in and out of different tones; sometimes you re laughing, and sometimes you re crying, and sometimes you re getting your ass kicked, and sometimes you re kicking ass. That s real life.Heart is a big thing with all our projects. I think it s something that we try and mine because if you can get people to feel — if you can ideally get people to cry in the same episode that they re laughing — it s a pretty great accomplishment. And we think Sean, as brilliant as he is, has kind of captured that in a way that s really difficult to capture.
Similarly, it is unclear what to expect from Black Hole itself. Their comic book counterpart specialized in using the Speed Force to create weapons, but it remains to be seen if this will be the case on television. That said, we know they can make weapons which accentuate meta-abilities, as illustrated by the new Dr. Light, Kimiyo Hoshi (Emmie Nagata) and her light-focusing disintegrator gun.The character is another pull from DC Comics lore; in fact, she had a splashy debut in the original Crisis on Infinite Earths maxiseries. But Wallace assured us her absence from the television Crisis was not the primary reason she debuted in this week s episode.“It was always separate for us and we said let us use Dr. Light in our back half because she s important to us,” he explained. “We ll learn about her more and more as the season goes on.”As long-time DC readers will note, a Dr. Light who takes pride in following orders is quite a change, but, Wallace said, we ll learn what her relationship is with Black Hole and obviously with Carver and what it means to follow Carver s orders and things like that. He also pointed out that Earth-Prime offers latitude in changing some personality traits of the comic book characters they adopt into the show.(Photo by Dean Buscher/The CW)And since Hoshi is now the official Dr. Light of Earth-Prime, what does that mean for the previous Dr. Light, Linda Park (Malese Jow, pictured), who arrived from Earth-2 in The Flash’s second season to aid Zoom?“Linda Park on Earth-Prime is still around,” Wallace said. “But in this new Earth-Prime, Post-Crisis world — the way history was written — Linda Park never became Dr. Light. Hoshi did.”For fans of the character, and her relationship with Wally West in the Flash comics of the 1990s and early 2000s, the change in her history may mean a version of that story is to come. Or, at least, the option exists.“It s one of the things that we ve discussed and it s one of the things that I thought was important; it s like ‘what if we want to go there someday?’” Wallace explained. “We need to be able to do this. Now we can.”As “Crisis on Infinite Earths” producer Marc Guggenheim previously told us, the crossover and its world-changing events offered the producers the opportunity to make tweaks and fixes — like Linda’s new Earth-Prime life — to the various series. For Wallace, the “fixes” for The Flash include things like this, a repaired exterior for S.T.A.R. Labs, and one he found the most vital to the show Post-Crisis.“I think the coolest thing is now all of the heroes and their families and friends from all the different shows can communicate with each other on a more casual basis,” Guggenheim said. “It used to be that Flash could only talk to Superman or Supergirl if it was the end of the world or an apocalypse or a Crisis. Now, there s no reason why Iris and Kara can t get coffee sometime.”(Photo by Katie Yu/The CW)That sense of the characters dropping by in a more casual manner is on display in “Marathon” with John Diggle (David Ramsey, pictured) stopping by Central City to deliver Barry’s inheritance from the late Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) and the journey both go on as a consequence.“I think as all the shows move forward over these next one, two, three seasons that proceed — hopefully we have those many seasons, Wallace said, you ll be able to see another side of the characters, and we ll be able to get deeper into character relationships because they ll be able to meet up under non-Crisis circumstances. And that s really where friendships are really born: just hanging out, having a cup of coffee, playing ping pong, or whatever.”That sense of camaraderie definitely set Post-Crisis comics apart in the ’90s, particularly in the pages of The Flash, where Wally West benefited from the friendship and experience of Golden Age Flash Jay Garrick. And it seems some form of this bond will exist between the television Jay (John Wesley Shipp) and Barry.“Without question, Jay Garrick is definitely alive and well with his wife Joan,” Wallace said. “I told John Wesley Shipp that because he s like, ‘Whoa, my character s dead, dude. You killed me in Crisis.’ I said, ‘No worries.’ As soon as we can get to it, we will see those two characters again played by John and Michelle Harrison.”Granted, the Black Hole situation may keep the Garricks from organizing a barbecue anytime soon.(Photo by Katie Yu/The CW)As seen in “Marathon,” other Post-Crisis changes or anomalies are already being cataloged by Cisco Ramon (Carlos Valdes). His glass marker boards offer eagle-eyed viewers the geographic positions for Supergirl’s National City and Black Lightning’s Freeland, which previously only existed on other Earths. The boards also indicate some of the changes to previous events and crossovers, like “Crisis on Earth-X” involving time-traveling Nazis clones instead of an invading army from a world where World War II never ended. Both the map and the timeline reflect charts and graphs the writers came up with while trying to understand the changes they wanted to make to Earth-Prime, but Wallace said they no longer exist in a physical space as much of this information has been “internalized” by the writers — although the actual documents remain on file with the staff’s writing assistant.Sadly, Cisco’s journey to put all of the changes into his “Who’s Who” binder means the character will be absent for the next little while.“It is a pause for the character [because Carlos is] not available,” Wallace explained. “But don t worry — he is integral to the upcoming graphic novel No. 2 in ways that are really going to test him. He s on a really great journey.”The producer also suggested he will be a “different man” when he returns.“His world has kind of been rocked,” he teased. “And it ll be really interesting to see over the course of the season how he deals with the self-revelations. Not the revelations about Earth-Prime or having hush puppies with Black Lightning or whatever he does [in the world], but what he experienced emotionally. When he comes back, it s all about how it changes him.”(Photo by Katie Yu/The CW)In the meantime, Cisco has left Nash (Tom Cavanagh) to watch out for Team Flash. But as teased at the end of “Marathon,” the last remaining version of Harrison Wells will have a story of his own to consider; in fact, you may be wondering if Nash is the only Harrison Wells to have ever existed on Earth-Prime. Wallace said his status in the world is a story point and you re going to get the answer to that literally in Episode 611.”The Flash airs Tuesdays at 8/7c on The CW. Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
conflicts are necessary for its comedy, no one is rendered totally villainous, not even Doña Florinda. Compassion and solidarity lie at the core of El Chavo del Ocho. This group of people don’t always see eye-to-eye, but when it counts they are willing to help out each other. Their disputes never devolve to cruelty or malice, and they are just as quick to forgiveness as they are to anger. It’s a community tied to a place, “la vecindad,” and therefore to each other. As hilariously obnoxious as Quico can often be, he ultimately sees El Chavo as a friend.Bolaños at the launch of the animated El Chavo series. (Photo by LUIS ACOSTA/AFP via Getty Images)This almost familial unity is perhaps best seen in those moments when the residents collectively express frustration towards the hero’s antics. “It had to be El Chavo del Ocho,” they say. To which El Chavo replies, “You don’t have patience with me.” It’s a funny exchange, but it also speaks to the neglect he’s grown accustomed to and to the fact that his fellow tenants are familiar with his recklessness and still love him – even if they rarely say it out loud. Chespirito knew how to grapple with pathos in a way that felt endearing but still got plenty of laughs.The indelible slang and curious names associated with Chespirito’s work, much of it from El Chavo del Ocho, are an integral part of his legacy. Whenever a silly plot or imaginative adventure ended with an unfortunate result – which was, well, often – El Chavo would utter, “Se me chispoteo” (“I messed up”). Today, that line remains highly identifiable among millions of Spanish speakers across the Americas. Other highlights in the creator’s extensive vocabulary using “ch” include: “Chompiras,” the aforementioned “chusma,” “Chimoltrufia,” or “chipote chillón.”Beyond the catchphrases and slang, the show’s thematic elements are largely universal and appreciated by audiences of all stripes and ages. There are themes that will ring familiar to Western audiences – the house at the end of the street that no one wants to go near; there is slapstick humor and wild adventures that appeal to the young; and sophisticated social commentary that appeals to more mature viewers.A statue of El Chavo by an anonymous artist, in Colombia, 2014. (Photo by LUIS ACOSTA/AFP via Getty Images)In the mid-2000s, Televisa launched an animated incarnation simply titled El Chavo Animado. Legal issues related to María Antonieta de las Nieves’ ownership of the character prevented La Chilindrina from being part of this project, but all other emblematic members of the gang got the 2-D treatment. With 134 episodes capturing the essence of the property for a younger generation, the animated series ensured the El Chavo legacy lived on even longer.For many Latinos, watching El Chavo del Ocho is one of those intangible keepsakes, a tradition even, passed down from grandparents to parents and so on for the last several decades. For Latino immigrants in the U.S. the show has undoubtedly been a slice of comfort calling back to their homelands, while for their American-born and raised children and grandchildren, El Chavo and co. are a bridge to their heritage.The show’s perpetual availability on network television – until recently, at least – enabled such cultural permeation, but it’s the quotable cleverness, wrapped in a family package, that hooked us. Through the hysterically flawed humanity Chespirito put on screen, he allowed us to bond with each other, and across generations, through laugher tied to a certain pureness of spirit. As far as mass-appealing art goes, El Chavo del Ocho, like few other works, has earned its legendary timelessness by way of its giant and open heart.Looking for more to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month? The 110 Essential Spanish-Language Movies 13 Barrier-Breaking Hispanic Stars and Their Most Celebrated RolesTV Shows that Celebrate Latino CultureCine-Mundial: The Magazine that Brought Hollywood Into the Hands of Spanish Speakers
What does the MCU world look like after Endgame? We re about to find out, with Spider-Man: Far From Home swinging into theaters next week and closing out Phase 3 of the MCU. The new movie sees Spider-Man/Peter Parker heading off on vacation to Europe where he encounters some new, elemental threats – and a superhero mentor figure in the shape of Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal). Just like you, we have so may questions: Is Mysterio a good guy? Are we talking multi-verses here? And how is Peter coping without – pause for an Endgame spoiler alert – Tony in his life? We sat down with Tom Holland, Zendaya, Jacob Batalon, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Samuel L. Jackson to get some answers. In this extended interview, the cast members talk about the post-Endgame landscape, Tony Stark’s legacy, and that buzzy chemistry between Tom and Jake.Spider-Man: Far From Home is in theaters July 2, 2019Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week. 氪金十几万在游戏GM眼中只是蝼蚁而已！GM身为游戏中的“管理员”，享受着游戏内的最高权限：随便刷金币、刷时装、刷神器、刷坐骑……只有玩家想不到的，没有GM做不到的。只要在我们平台登陆手游，上线即免费开通GM权限，让玩家做游戏的主人！
bob竞猜官网 (Photo by Addison Wright)Addison Wright s Hiplet: Because We Can is part of the Scene In Color Film Series, presented by Target, which shines a light on incredible filmmaking talent. As part of the series, three emerging filmmakers will receive mentorship from producer Will Packer, and their films are available to watch on Rotten Tomatoes, MovieClips Indie Channel, Peacock, and the NBC App.Chicago filmmaker Addison Wright discovered the subjects of his short film, Hiplet, while browsing the Explore section of Instagram. When he learned that the “hiplet” dancers – who fuse traditional ballet with hip-hop and have become viral sensations – were also based in Chicago, he knew he had to make a film about them.The film he first had in mind was not the exact film he would end up making: Initially, Wright wanted to shoot the troupe dancing in a ballroom that had, at one point in its history, been a white-only space; but when he got to talking to the dancers, and learned about what hiplet meant to them, he realized he wanted to give them time in the film to tell their own stories.Wright, who has been inspired by ’90s music videos, as well as directors like Spike Lee, Hype Williams, Spike Jonze, and Chris Cunningham, says: “The project evolved from a music video that had a story behind it – placing them in this establishment that was white-only at one point – into a short film, a documentary where they break the fourth wall and express themselves and tell the world about the adversity that they face being hiplet ballerinas.”Hiplet is the first film for the director, a graduate of Delaware State University who’s been making films for more than seven years. And it’s been an auspicious debut: Hiplet was an Official Selection at the 2020 South by Southwest Film Festival.His next project will be a feature, a love story set in Chicago’s Bronzeville neighborhood. “I didn’t grow up seeing a lot of Black love stories like that,” Wright says. “One of my favorite movies is A Bronx Tale. I’ve just always been compelled by that, that movie is just really good. To be able to make a film like that, that people of color can watch and go, ‘That’s me, I say the same things, I do the same things’… I want to add to that genre.”See more shorts and meet more filmmakers from the Scene in Color Film Series.