天博综合app下载采用百度引擎2（Baidu 0）5. MARGOT ROBBIE PRODUCING METH DEALER DRAMA BARBED WIRE HEART (Photo by Frank Masi/Paramount Pictures)Just last week, we learned that production is starting up on a Breaking Bad movie about the continuing misadventures of Aaron Paul s Jesse Pinkman character. Whatever else it might have been, Breaking Bad was most obviously a show about meth production and the illegal drug trade. Warner Bros. is now moving forward with another drama about meth dealers, namely an adaptation of the novel Barbed Wire Heart by author Tess Sharpe. Although she is not expected to star in the film, Margot Robbie s Luckychap production company is developing Barbed Wire Heart along with Dan Lin, whose work at Warner Bros. has included the The LEGO Movie and Sherlock Holmes franchises. The Barbed Wire Heart lead character is the daughter of a meth-dealing killer who squares off against the rival family who took her mother’s life. In related news, Margot Robbie s next film as Harley Quinn, Birds of Prey, has found its Cassandra Cain in newcomer Ella Jay Basco. In the DC Comics, Cassandra Cain is one of the crimefighting heroines who has in the past worn the costume, cape, and mask of Batgirl. Birds of Prey is scheduled for release on February 7, 2020 (up against Peter Rabbit 2, and the week before James Bond 25).Rotten Ideas4. IS THE WORLD READY FOR FRANKEN BERRY AND THE MCU (MONSTER CEREAL UNIVERSE)?(Photo by General Mills)There is something of a strange overlap between monster movies and kids movies, which dates back to the Abbott and Costello crossovers of the 1940s and 1950s and more recently includes the three Hotel Transylvania movies. Starting in 1971, General Mills has produced a line of breakfast cereals that spoof the Universal Classic Monsters. The three most popular are Franken Berry, Count Chocula, and Boo Berry (past cereals Fruit Brute and Fruity Yummy Mummy are currently discontinued). This week, a new Franken Berry billboard went up on Sunset Blvd. prompting people to go to this website. That s where this story gets really weird. It appears that General Mills is actively looking for filmmakers, actors, agents, writers, producers, animators, tastemakers, dealmakers, movers and shakers to help them pitch concepts for movies (or other projects) based on their breakfast cereal monsters. Honestly, we ve seen way worse ideas for movies than, say, a Boo Berry haunted house movie, but we ve also seen way better ones.3. REMAKE OF WESTERN CLASSIC HIGH NOON NOW IN DEVELOPMENTThere are classic movies, and then there are classic movies, those films considered to be amongst the form s highest entries. 1952 s High Noon (Certified Fresh at 96%) is frequently included on all time best lists, in addition to the four Academy Awards it won (including Best Actor). In 2000, the TNT and TBS cable channels produced a remake of High Noon (Rotten at 50%) with Tom Skerritt (Top Gun, TV s Picket Fences) in the small-town marshal role originally played by Gary Cooper. High Noon director Stanley Kramer died a year later in 2001, and now his widow has agreed to a deal starting development on a new remake. High Noon depicted how a U.S. Marshal in the New Mexico territory prepared for the arrival on a train at noon of a team of trained killers sent to carry out revenge for the arrest of their gang leader.2. THAT ANIMATED LASAGNA ISN T GOING TO EAT ITSELF: GARFIELD IS COMING BACK(Photo by 20th Century Fox Film Corp.)In 2004 and 2006, Bill Murray starred as the voice of the world s most famous comic strip cat in Garfield: The Movie (Rotten at 15%) and Garfield: A Tale of Two Kitties (11%). From one perspective, those low Tomatometer scores could mean there s nowhere to go but up, but as with video game movies, it s probably more likely to mean that any future Garfield projects probably won t be well received either. The Garfield movies also weren t particularly successful financially, with the first film only earning million domestically from a budget of million, and the sequel barely making more than a third of that. Regardless, development is underway on a new animated adaptation of Jim Davis popular Garfield comic strip character. The challenging prospect of turning the Garfield ship around is being taken on by director Mark Dindal who is best known for Disney s The Emperor s New Groove (Certified Fresh at 85%) and Chicken Little (Rotten at 37%).1. R.I.P. MARVEL COMICS EDITOR-IN-CHIEF STAN LEE (1922-2018) (Photo by Gabriel Olsen/Getty Images)In 1961, Stan Lee was 39 years old and frustrated with the state of monster and teen romance comics that his company was producing when he was inspired to co-create Fantastic Four, putting a new spin on superhero comics. Over the next five years, Lee, Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, and others at Marvel Comics also gave the world Ant-Man, The Avengers, Black Panther, Daredevil, Doctor Strange, The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man, Nick Fury, Thor, X-Men, and arguably their biggest success, Spider-Man. Starting with 2000 s X-Men, Lee started a long string of movie cameos that really took off when Marvel Studios started producing their own movies in 2008 with Iron Man. This week, Stan Lee died at the age of 95, leaving behind a legacy and body of work rivaled by few in modern pop culture. Stan Lee s cameos made him technically the highest grossing actor of all time (Samuel L. Jackson isn t far behind), but we now only have a few more films that we ll ever get to see Stan in again. As for the future beyond Stan Lee s last cameo, the MCU will obviously continue, but Stan himself also talked last year about the possibility of a Stan Lee movie (possibly starring Leonardo DiCaprio?). Lee is an entertainment legend and a pop culture icon, and he will be sorely missed.
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We also have one or two ideas we have to call “wishful thinking.” But let’s take a look at the places Star Wars could go in the 2020s.Rian Johnson Makes His Trilogy(Photo by David James/ © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures/Lucasfilm Ltd. /Courtesy Everett Collection)Shortly after the departure of The Rise of Skywalker’s original director, Colin Trevorrow, many speculated Star Wars: The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson could pick up the slack and make Episode IX. He quickly dispelled this notion, stating he had no interest in making that film. Looking back on it now, we bet this was because he was thinking about the trilogy of films he and Lucasfilm were already discussing. In November 2017, the plan was formally announced. Johnson would write and direct the first film and then hand off the heavy-lifting to a new group. The initial press release also stated the trilogy will “introduce new characters from a corner of the galaxy that Star Wars lore has never before explored.” That could mean anything from a story about droid manufacturing to a nature documentary about Porgs.Very few details about his plans have emerged in the time since. The only significant rumor to surface centered on whether or not it is still happening at all. In February, Johnson took to Twitter ( I m still working on the trilogy ) to dispel the rumor, dashing the hopes of Last Jedi haters everywhere.Nonetheless, the lack of any other updates indicates the trilogy may be further off in the distance than anyone wants to admit. Johnson is still hard at work on Knives Out, his Daniel Craig-starring Last Jedi follow-up set for a November 27th release. Presumably he will return to the galaxy far, far away after that.David Benioff and D.B. Weiss Launch Their Own Fleet(Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)First announced in February of last year, a series of Star Wars films from Game of Thrones executive producers David Benioff and D.B. Weiss is on the way. It is unclear if they will claim the 2020s release dates, but after completing Thrones, Star Wars is their next job. The series will be separate from both the Skywalker Saga and the Johnson Trilogy. In fact Lucasfilm avoids the word “trilogy” when discussing their plans, indicating Benioff and Weiss will supervise more than three films.Rumors also indicate their story will take viewers back to an ancient time in the Old Republic before the Sith clouded the judgment of the Jedi and the government was stable. Sure, it sounds tranquil and dull, but even the most peaceful eras of the Republic still featured wars, unrest with certain planets, and ambitious Darths hoping to seize control of everything. Palpatine (Ian McDiarmid) was not the first Sith Lord to scheme on that scale – just the most successful.And while it might seem a more primitive version of the Star Wars galaxy would be a good fit for the Game of Thrones boys, it should be noted the universe of Star Wars is oddly stagnant in terms of technology and fashions. Maybe “DnD” as some GoT fans call them will shake up that perception and redefine the look and feel of the Old Republic era.The rumors also suggest the first film in their series will be ready to shoot soon, making this the most likely the project to claim the 2022 release date.A Mixture of Those TwoConsidering Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy’s comments about “the next ten years of Star Wars,” it is possible the Johnson and DnD plans will run concurrently with the first Benioff/Weiss film claiming the 2022 slot, and Johnson s debuting in 2024. The two story cycles would then leap-frog the bi-annual release dates until 2032 when Johnson’s trilogy would presumably end. Such a schedule would prevent the audience fatigue which plagued Solo: A Star Wars Story from seeping in, but will viewers want to wait four years between chapters?Continuing the Story in Episode X and Beyond(Photo by Bantam Books)Yes, we’ve been told repeatedly that The Rise of Skywalker will be the end of the saga pictures. But we were also told Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith was the final production, making Return of the Jedi the final episode of the story. The precise placement of “the end” has been a topic of debate since creator George Lucas first began discussing his plans for the series in the late 1970s. The 9-episode cycle was the most talked about version of the idea – at least until Lucas started making the Prequels and said the Saga would only be 6 episodes – but some of the earliest interviews indicated a 12-episode plan. That bare shred of an idea could justify a continuation of the mainline series.And, to be honest, it’s not hard to imagine another trilogy set 30 some years after The Rise of Skywalker. It is a time with no Jedi and no Sith. An age of smaller republics (and empires) coexisting in an uneasy detente while Force-sensitive people continue to help where they can. Some may form tight-knit, Jedi-like cells while others operate independently. But with the old hierarchies gone, people throughout the galaxy try to live their lives without the worry of another pan-galactic war. Throw into this scenario a new menace and you have something familiar and new because all of the old terminology and symbols are gone. While we’re at it, make the new menace something not in tune with the Force at all. Sure, we’re reaching back to the role Admiral Thrawn had in Timothy Zahn’s 1990s novel cycle, but there’s a reason that character remains an enduring figure.While unlikely, Disney and Lucasfilm can always find a way to do this. And if not in the 2020s, then in the fullness of time.Adapting Knights of the Old Republic(Photo by LucasArts)File this one under wishful thinking, but we would love to see a proper film adaptation of Bioware’s Knights of the Old Republic video game series. With strong characters like Darth Revan, Bastila Shan, Canderous Ordo, and G0-T0 – to say nothing of the beloved assassin droid HK-47 – there’s plenty to work with. And, as it happens, a KOTOR film trilogy could do something the video games never did: end. A potential KOTOR III teased the return of Revan as he faced off against “The True Sith.” But as Bioware became more invested in its home-grown series Mass Effect and Dragon Age, Revan’s fate became material for the company’s Star Wars: The Old Republic MMO, a different style of game which could never replace a real KOTOR III.And as all of the Star Wars video games sit outside of official Lucasfilm continuity, the characters and situations could be molded to fit the needs of the right filmmakers.Considering Benioff and Weiss’s familiarity with adapting established material, this could be the backbone of their planned film series. But then considering how the concluding chapters of Game of Thrones are being received, maybe its best they avoid this story for another tale of the Old Republic.Keeping The Anthology Series Alive(Photo by 2002 Lucasfilm Ltd., courtesy Everett Collection)Plans for A Star Wars Story films based around Boba Fett and Obi-Wan Kenobi seemingly evaporated after Solo underperformed. But Lucasfilm never throws an idea away and it is always possible for the Star Wars anthology format to return in some form. Even before the concept had a name and the company joined the Disney stable, there were plans to develop a feature film centered on Yoda and whatever incident left Palpatine and Darth Maul looking for revenge in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace. These sorts of side stories are clearly of on-going interest to Lucasfilm.If paced properly – say every two years – films centering on established characters or briefly mentioned incidents in mainline Star Wars films could find an audience. And who wouldn’t want to see Ewan McGregor back in his Jedi robes and having a solo adventure sometime before he rescues Luke (Mark Hamill) from Tusken Raiders?At the same time, the response of Solo is also a key indication the fans want these stories to remain in the purview of comics, novels and animated series. It is a fair compromise, indicating the return of A Star Wars Story is the least likely way Disney will use its Star Wars release dates through the next decade.
Average Tomatometer Score/Rank: 81.25% (11th)Average Audience Score/Rank: 77% (15th)Average Domestic Box Office/Rank: 1,579,893.13 (7th)Films: Spider-Man, Spider-Man 2, Spider-Man 3, The Amazing Spider-Man, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Spider-Man: Far from HomeConsidering DC Comics characters Superman and Batman both had a number of blockbuster films to their names before the turn of the millennium, it s a little surprising that Marvel s own A-lister, Spider-Man, failed to make a successful transition to the big screen until 2002. When he did finally debut in theaters, under the guidance of Sam Raimi, he not only kicked off one of the most successful superhero franchises ever, but also helped lay the groundwork for the massive paradigm shift in Hollywood that would eventually bring us the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the DC Extended Universe, for starters. Of course, Sony Pictures efforts to retain the rights to the character have famously resulted in two reboots and a parallel animated series, but the results overall have been rather spectacular. Raimi s original trilogy starring Tobey Maguire as Peter Parker, the MCU-related films with Tom Holland in the role, and the animated Into the Spider-Verse have all largely been critically acclaimed money-makers, and even the first of Andrew Garfield s two outings as the famous wallcrawler is generally well regarded. Spidey may be a late bloomer compared to his DC counterparts, but he s been the most consistent solo hero of them all.5. Back to the Future(Photo by Universal Pictures)Average Tomatometer Score/Rank: 78% (12th)Average Audience Score/Rank: 85.7% (4th)Average Domestic Box Office/Rank: 8,209,623 (16th)Films: Back to the Future, Back to the Future Part II,
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R.I.P., Glee Star Naya Rivera and Mythbusters’ Grant Imahara(Photo by Charles Sykes/Bravo/NBCU Photo Bank; Albert L. Ortega/Getty Images)TV land is mourning the deaths of two beloved stars this week: Glee breakout Naya Rivera, who played cheerleader Santana, and Grant Imahara, a member of “The Build Team” on the Discovery Channel series Mythbusters. Rivera, 33, accidentally drowned while boating with her young son in California, while Imahara, 40, died from a brain aneurysm.Rivera, a Glee favorite who was a member of the cast for all six seasons of the 2009 Fox musical dramedy, most recently starred in the YouTube series adaptation of the movie Step Up: High Water, which was scheduled to move to Starz for its next season. How can you convey all your love and respect for someone in one post? Rivera’s co-star, Chris Colfer, wrote on Instagram. “How can you summarize a decade of friendship and laughter with words alone? If you were friends with Naya Rivera, you simply can t. Rivera is survived by her four-year-old son, Josey.Imahara was an electrical engineer and robotics expert who built many of the robots used to test myths with Mythbusters hosts Kari Byron and Tory Belleci. He also competed on the series BattleBots (and was later a judge on the series), and reunited with Byron and Belleci on the Netflix series White Rabbit Project. I’m at a loss. No words. I’ve been part of two big families with Grant Imahara over the last 22 years,” Mythbusters co-host Adam Savage tweeted. “Grant was a truly brilliant engineer, artist and performer, but also just such a generous, easygoing, and gentle PERSON. New Trailers Videos: Power Book II: Ghost: Will Tariq Be Able to Get Tasha Out of Jail?Season 1 of Power Book II: Ghost, a prequel to Starz s hit series Power, stars Michael Rainey Jr., Naturi Naughton, and Mary J. Blige. The new series premieres in September.Project Power, a drama film starring Jamie Foxx, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Dominique Fishback, and Courtney B. Vance (Netflix)Ted Lasso, season 1, comedy starring Jason Sudeikis (Apple TV+)Muppets Now, season 1, starring The Muppets (Disney+)Star Trek: Lower Decks, season 1, animated spin-off comedy starring Tawny Newsome and Jack Quaid (CBS All Access)Lucifer, season 5, starring Tom Ellis (Netflix)Woke, season 1, live-action/animated comedy starring Lamorne Morris (Hulu)Snowpiercer, season 2, starring Sean Bean (TNT)Saved by the Bell reboot, season 1, starring Mario Lopez, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Tiffani Thiessen, Elizabeth Berkley, and John Michael Higgins (Peacock)The Dog House: UK, season 1, reality series about rescue dogs (HBO Max)Coroner, season 1, drama starring Serinda Swan (The CW)The Alienist: Angel of Darkness (season 2), starring Dakota Fanning, Luke Evans, and Daniel Brühl (TNT)Stockton on My Mind, documentary about Stockton, California politician Michael Tubbs, whose childhood spent in poverty and violence inspired him to grow up and become the youngest and first African-American mayor in Stockton’s history (HBO)The Rain, Season 3, starring Lucas Lynggaard (Netflix)Doubling Down with the Derricos, season 1, reality series about a family with 11 children (and three more on the way) (TLC)The Andy Cohen Diaries, season 1, a reality series featuring Andy Cohen’s tales about his celebrity interactions (Quibi)Corporate, season 3, starring Matt Ingebretson, Lance Reddick, and Anne Dudek (Comedy Central)For all the latest TV and streaming trailers, subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel.Casting News: Michelle Williams and Oscar Isaac Playing Out Scenes From a Marriage(Photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic)Michelle Williams and Oscar Isaac will star in the HBO limited series adaptation of Ingmar Bergman’s Scenes From a Marriage, the 1973 miniseries about the breakdown of a marriage, based on Bergman’s relationship with the miniseries’ star, Liv Ullmann. Williams and Isaac will also be executive producers on the project, along with The Affair co-creator Hagai Levi, who will write and direct the remake.Greg Kinnear will star with Courteney Cox in Shining Vale, the horror comedy pilot for Starz, from Divorce creator Sharon Horgan and Trial Error co-creator Jeff Astrof. The show revolves around a family who move to a small town, into a house where a lot of tragic events have taken place. But only mom Pat (Cox) seems to notice, leading her to believe she’s either depressed or possessed … and the symptoms are the same for both. (Deadline)Star Wars actress Kelly Marie Tran will star in an episode of the Hulu anthology series Monsterland, which features “encounters with mermaids, fallen angels, and other strange beasts which drive broken people to desperate acts,” and is based on a collection of stories by Nathan Ballingrud. Tran will play a character who returns to her small town years after a teenage tragedy that involved the disappearance of her best friend. (Variety)Oscar-nominated Beasts of the Southern Wild star Quvenzhané Wallis will play a young basketball player in Swagger, NBA star Kevin Durant’s Apple TV+ series based on his experiences in youth basketball. O’Shea Jackson Jr. co-stars, and Reggie Rock Bythewood (Shots Fired) will write, direct, and act as showrunner. (Deadline)Hollywood star Samara Weaving will co-star with Melissa McCarthy and Nicole Kidman in the Hulu limited series Nine Perfect Strangers. Weaving will play one of the titular perfect strangers in the story of a boutique health and wellness resort offering a special experience to stressed-out city citizens. The series is baed on Big Little Lies author Liane Moriarty’s book, and the series will co-written by David E. Kelley. (Deadline)Development News: Saturday Night Live Star Michael Che Starring in a Sketch Comedy Series at HBO Max(Photo by Mary Ellen Matthews/NBC)Saturday Night Live “Weekend Update” writer and co-anchor Michael Che will star in an original sketch comedy series at HBO Max. The still-untitled series has been ordered for six episodes, and each episode will follow a theme or incident (police brutality, unemployment, falling in love, etc.), and will use sketches and vignettes to illustrate what it feels like to experience this from a Black point of view. “It’s less about being ‘right’ and more about being honest, even at the risk of being controversial,” according to HBO Max.Dick Wolf is preparing a series that would unfold the history of Las Vegas. Called American Babylon, the series, which the producer plans to pitch to streaming outlets and premium cable networks, is inspired by the nonfiction book The Money and the Power: The Making of Las Vegas and Its Hold on America by Sally Denton and Roger Morris. (Deadline)Idris Elba has signed a first-look deal with Apple TV+ to create TV series and movies for the platform. Meanwhile, Mrs
Rosie (2018) , a drama about a young family who become homeless and spend 36 hours looking for a new place to stay, is at 97%. David Crosby: Remember My Name (2019) , a documentary portrait of the famed musician, is at 96%. I Do Not Care If We Go Down in History as Barbarians (2018) , a drama about a theater director s efforts to stage a controversial production against the local government s wishes, is at 93%. Luz (2018) , a horror film about a young cab driver on the run from an evil she summoned years ago, is at 88%. At War (2018) , a drama about a group of former employees who rise up in protest when executives shut down the factory where they worked, is at 72%. A Faithful Man (2018) , a comedy-drama about a couple split apart by infidelity who reunite under unfortunate circumstances and unearth further secrets, is at 65%. Into the Ashes (2019) , an action film about an ex-con who squares off against some unsavory associates from his criminal past, is at 33%.
Promises (2008) and Captain Fantastic (2017)Rami Malek: Bohemian Rhapsody – No prior nominationsStatistically speaking, the prior nominees without wins (Bradley Cooper, Willem Dafoe, Viggo Mortensen) and the lone first-timer (Rami Malek) have a better chance of winning than Oscar winner Christian Bale. Prior nominees without wins and first-time nominees have won 15 of the last 18 Oscars, with first-time winners Matthew McConaughey, Eddie Redmayne, Leonardo DiCaprio, Casey Affleck, and Gary Oldman winning in the last five years.The even distribution of nominations and awards to first-timers and prior nominees has forced us to dig deep to find an advantage between prior nominees (without wins) and those with zero Oscar love. The Academy has awarded 10 of the last 18 Oscars to actors playing real-life characters (more than any category this century). The reason we’re bringing this up is that 4 of the 5 nominees this year played real-life characters – in Vice, Bohemian Rhapsody, At Eternity’s Gate, and Green Book. Right now, Malek seems like the statistical frontrunner because six of the seven first-time nominated winners since 2001 have played real-life characters (Jamie Foxx, Adrien Brody, Forest Whitaker, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Matthew McConaughey, Eddie Redmayne).Who has the advantage? The competition is fierce, but we think Rami Malek has the advantage because the Academy loves to award first-time nominees for playing real life characters.Best Supporting Actor: No Oscar History? No worries. (Photo by @ Universal)Nominees since 2001: 17 prior Oscar winners, 34 prior nominees (with no wins), and 39 first-time nominees.Winners since 2001: 1 Oscar winner, 5 prior nominees, and 12 first-time nominees.Nominated in 2019: 2 Oscar winners, and 3 first-time nominees.Mahershala Ali: Green Book – 1 Oscar win for Moonlight (2016)Sam Rockwell: Vice – 1 Oscar win for Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (2018)Sam Elliott: A Star is Born – No prior nominationsRichard E. Grant: Can You Ever Forgive Me? – No prior nominationsAdam Driver: BlacKkKlansman -No prior nominationsThis category leans heavily towards first-time nominees and winners with 17 of the last 18 Oscars going to first-time winners. Twelve of those 17 actors, 12 were first-time nominees, with five first-time nominees winning consecutively since 2014 (Jared Leto, J.K. Simmons, Mark Rylance, Mahershala Ali, Sam Rockwell). This statistic will help Adam Driver (BlacKkKlansman), Sam Elliott (A Star is Born), and Richard E. Grant (Can You Ever Forgive Me?) because they are first-time nominees who are up against prior Oscar winners Mahershala Ali (Green Book) and Sam Rockwell (Vice).Who has the advantage? Adam Driver, Sam Elliott, and Richard E. Grant are the actors to watch according to the category’s history – even if the pundits have Mahershala Ali as favorite.Best Supporting Actress: First-Time Nominees Step Right Up(Photo by @ Netflix)Nominees since 2001: 20 prior Oscar winners, 23 prior nominees (with no wins), and 47 first-time nominees.Winners since 2001: 0 Oscar winners, 6 prior nominees, and 12 first-time nominees.Nominated in 2019: 2 Oscar winners, 1 prior nominee (with no wins), and 2 first-time nominees.Emma Stone: The Favourite – 1 Oscar win for La La Land (2016) and one prior nomination for Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)Rachel Weisz: The Favourite – 1 Oscar win for The Constant Gardener (2005)Amy Adam: Vice – five prior nominations for Junebug (2005), Doubt (2008), The Fighter (2010), The Master (2012) and American Hustle (2013)Regina King: If Beale Street Could Talk – No prior nominationsMarina de Tavira: Roma –No prior nominationsFirst-time winners have won the Best Supporting Actress Oscar 18 times since 2001. No other acting category can boast this stat, which gives Regina King (If Beale Street Could Talk), Amy Adams (Vice), and Marina de Tavira (Roma) the advantage over Oscar winners and The Favourite co-stars Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz.King and de Tavira have an advantage over multiple-time nominee Adams, because they’re first-time nominees in a category that has awarded 12 of the last 18 Oscars to first-time nominees. The category is so first-time-nominee–loaded that four of the last five winners (Lupita Nyong’o, Patricia Arquette, Alicia Vikander, Allison Janney) were first-time nominees, with Viola Davis (Fences) being the prior-nominated standout of the group.Who has the advantage? Regina King is almost a guaranteed lock to win the Oscar. However, based on the data we’ve analyzed, Marina de Tavira has a better probability of winning because Roma was nominated for Best Picture – 11 of the last 18 winning actresses have appeared in movies nominated for Best Picture. Could an upset be brewing? If she wins, you heard it here first.
Today s abbreviated Thanksgiving-week Ketchup brings you six headlines from the world of film development news, covering titles such as Cats, the Sopranos prequel, and the Birds of Prey movie.This WEEK S TOP STORYNATALIE PORTMAN, BRAD PITT, TILDA SWINTON MAY STAR IN WES ANDERSON S FRENCH MUSICAL(Photo by Elizabeth Goodenough, Priscilla Grant, Derek Storm/Everett Collection)Wes Anderson is one of those directors with indie/arthouse roots who defies expectations from film to film. For example, his most recent film was a stop motion animated movie with a large ensemble cast playing talking dogs in Japan (Isle of Dogs, Certified Fresh at 89%). For his next film, Anderson is reportedly preparing for a French musical set during the post-World War II era, and the last week has seen a series of (unconfirmed) casting stories. The first came out last Tuesday, with a list of rumored stars including Bill Murray (Anderson s most frequent collaborator), as well as Adrien Brody and Owen Wilson (also frequent Anderson collaborators). Three days later, another story came out that two other possible co-stars were Brad Pitt and Natalie Portman. The third story seemed to confirm the casting of Tilda Swinton (also a frequent Anderson actor), as well as French actress Lea Seydoux (Spectre, Blue is the Warmest Color). We can probably expect a full ensemble cast announcement sometime soon.Fresh Developments1. JURASSIC PARK III CO-STAR LANDS LEAD IN SOPRANOS PREQUEL (Photo by Emiley Schweich/Everett Collection)The last few weeks have brought a series of news stories about movies inspired by TV shows like Breaking Bad, Deadwood, and Downton Abbey. So, one would be forgiven if they d forgotten about The Many Saints of Newark, the prequel movie to HBO s The Sopranos, which was announced in March of this year. That movie is, however, still moving forward with the news this week that the lead actor will be Alessandro Nivola (Jurassic Park III, American Hustle). Nivola has been cast as Richard Dickey Moltisanti, who in the 1960s Newark setting was a big brother figure to the young Tony Soprano (and the future father of Christopher Moltisanti). The Many Saints of Newark will be directed by Alan Taylor (Thor: The Dark World, Terminator: Genisys), working from a screenplay cowritten by The Sopranos creator and showrunner David Chase. There is not yet a firm premise for The Many Saints of Newark, except that, in addition to being a Sopranos prequel, it s also set during the Newark riots of 1967.2. BIRDS OF PREY FULL TITLE LEANS HEAVILY ON MARGOT ROBBIE S HARLEY QUINN(Photo by Warner Bros.)Warner Bros. just made all future headlines about their Birds of Prey adaptation a lot more difficult to thumbnail with the official announcement of what its title is going to be. It brings to mind the full titles of both 2014 s Birdman (or The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) and 1964 s Doctor Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb. The lengthy title was announced by Warner Bros. via a lipstick-smeared screenplay bearing the title Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn). So, the film may include Mary Elizabeth Winstead as the Huntress and Jurnee-Smollett-Bell, but Warner Bros. made sure it was Margot Robbie s Harley Quinn was front and center. Warner Bros. has scheduled Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) for release on February 7, 2020 (against Peter Rabbit 2, and one week before James Bond 25).3. CHRIS PRATT S NEXT FRANCHISE MAY BE GENTLEMAN THIEF THE SAINT
天博综合app下载 Making the long weekend of video panels feel a little bit more like the real-deal SDCC, Comic-Con@Home actually starts Wednesday – the traditional preview day at the physical event – with a single hour of content: a look at the upcoming film, Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins. Featuring interviews with stars Henry Golding, Andrew Koji, Úrsula Corberó, Samara Weaving, Haruka Abe, Iko Uwais, Peter Mensah, Takehiro Hira, and legendary G.I. Joe comic books Larry Hama, there will also be a chance for some viewers to get access to early screenings of the movie later that night. The panel goes live July 21 at 1 p.m. PT.Thursday July 22(Photo by Eli Joshua Ade/HBO)In a departure from an in-person SDCC and even last year’s @Home event, Thursday programing starts late with panels premiering only from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. PT. The bulk of them are devoted to the more educational and advocacy aspects of Comic-Con International’s mission, but one caught our attention.Debuting at 6 p.m., “GeekED Rewind 20-21: The True American Horror of Lovecraft Country” will take a look back at the series with an emphasis on how the series changed college learning across the year when education occurred at home. Panelists Jada Anderson (assistant resident director at UCLA), Alfred Day (associate dean of students at UC Berkeley), Dr. Andrea Letamendi (director of student resilience at UCLA and host of The Arkham Sessions Podcast), and Dr. David Surratt (vice president and dean of students at the University of Oklahoma) will look at how “numerous courses, lesson plans, and campus conversations emerged from Lovecraft Country, which served as both an analogy and an outlet for college students and educators alike.” They will also reflect on “the impact this story had on their experiences, the impact of Black horror and sci-fi, and the power of telling our own story.”Friday July 23Friday sets the new Comic-Con@Home standard with panels debuting between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. PT. The long day also means more simultaneous content to enjoy, so pay particular attention to the times. Of course, as panels will remain available on CCI’s YouTube page afterward, you can always watch later on. All times bellow are Pacific.10 AM: HeelsIt might be virtual, but Stephen Amell makes his return to Comic-Con in support of Heels, his series about small-town pro wrestling. Joining him in the virtual conventions space will be series creator and executive producer Michael Waldron, showrunner and executive producer Mike O’Malley, and fellow castmates Alexander Ludwig Alison Luff, Mary McCormack, Kelli Berglund, Allen Maldonado, James Harrison and, Chris Bauer.10 AM: Paramount+: Peak Animation with the Star Trek Universe, The Harper House, and Stephen Colbert Presents Tooning Out The NewsWe’ll be honest, while the hour will present an overview of all the Paramount+ animated programs, the chief draw here is the Star Trek content. Jerry O’Connell will moderate Q As with the cast of Star Trek: Lower Decks and the upcoming Star Trek: Prodigy, featuring Kate Mulgrew, Brett Gray, Ella Purnell, Angus Imrie, Rylee Alazraqui, Dee Bradley Baker, and Jason Mantzoukas, executive producers Kevin Hageman and Dan Hageman, and director/co-executive producer Ben Hibon. Clips and trailers for all the shows presented are expected.11 AM: Amazon Panel(Photo by Amazon Studios)Amazon Prime Video and IMDb TV promise “something extraordinary for every Comic-Con@Home attendee” as Tim Kash spends some time with The Wheel of Time showrunner Rafe Judkins, Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upon a Time’s Hideaki Anno, S.O.Z’s Nico Entel, I Know What You Did Last Summer’s Sara Goodman, and Leverage: Redemption stars and directors Beth Riesgraf and Noah Wyle. We’ll be honest, we’re mainly interested in The Wheel of Time. Hopefully, a trailer for the series will emerge during the discussion with Judkins.12 PM: Netflix Geeked: Masters of the Universe: Revelation (see Highlights above)2 PM: Motherland: Fort Salem A Look Into Season Two(Photo by Freeform/Jeff Petry)Motherland: Fort Salem creator Eliot Laurence and castmembers Taylor Hickson, Ashley Nicole Williams, Jessica Sutton, Demetria McKinney, Amalia Holm, and Lyne Renee gather to preview the program’s second season.2 PM: Teenage EuthanasiaAdult Swim’s new coming-of-all-ages comedy series claims it focuses on “death, family, and accidental resurrection.” That’s enough to at least get us to take a look at the panel, which will feature creators Alyson Levy and Alissa Nutting, Scott Adsit, who serves as a co-director and co-executive producer, and voice actors Maria Bamford, Jo Firestone, Bebe Neuwirth.3 PM: DuncanvilleExecutive producers Mike Scully and Julie Thacker-Scully, executive producer and star Amy Poehler, and stars Ty Burrell, Riki Lindhome, Joy Osmanski, Yassir Lester, and Betsy Sodaro gather to tease the rest of the season of Duncanville.4 PM: Rick and Morty(Photo by Adult Swim)Co-creator and executive producer Dan Harmon looks back on season 5 of Rick and Morty with showrunner Scott Marder and actors Chris Parnell, Sarah Chalke, Spencer Grammer, and other special guests.4 PM: Todd McFarlane Takes Over the Universe!While mainly a look at McFarlane’s varied endeavors in publishing and toys, we expect there will be at least some mention of the upcoming Sam and Twitch television series.Read more: Spawn Movie Is Still On and Sam and Twitch Will Become Series, Comic Creator Todd McFarlane Reveals5 PM: Blade Runner: Black Lotus(Photo by Adult Swim)Co-directors Shinji Aramaki and Kenji Kamiyama, executive producer Joseph Chou, voice director Wes Gleason and star Jessica Henwick gather to discuss the first Blade Runner animated series, coming to Adult Swim and Crunchyroll later this year. Honestly, we’re quite intrigued by the prospect of Blade Runner continuing in any form and this presentation will be Black Lotus s chance to truly sell us on the premise.6 PM: Flesh BloodShowrunner Ian Carpenter and creator Aaron Martin join cast members David Cronenberg, Rachael Crawford, and Paula Brancati to discuss the upcoming anthology series and share a first look trailer. Cronenberg’s decision to spend more time acting of late is intriguing. And we imagine that it will be the draw to this panel for some of you as well.Saturday July 2411 AM: Simpsons Season 33 and BeyondLisa Simpson voice Yeardley Smith will guide the production team in a special look at the upcoming thirty-third(!) season of the longest-running primetime animated series in history. You have to respect The Simpsons’ longevity even if you haven’t watched it in a while.11 AM: Ultra City SmithsBased on the description of the series alone — a stop-motion program using repurposed baby dolls to tell the story of fictional magnate’s mysterious disappearance — we’re inclined to give the Ultra City Smiths panel a look. Series creator, writer, co-director and showrunner Steve Conrad and co-director David Brooks will be joined by cast members Jimmi Simpson, Debra Winger, Luis Guzmán, Hana Mae Lee, Tim Heidecker, and Chris Conrad to offer some insight into the unusual AMC+ program.12 PM: Robert Kirkman @ Home(Photo by Amazon Studios)Like Friday’s McFarlane panel, we expect Kirkman will talk about his various projects in comic books, merchandise, film, and television. Hopefully, he’ll have some update on Invincible’s second season. Although we imagine for some Walking Dead fans, this will be the beginning of a whole afternoon of Walking Dead panels.1 PM: Fear The Walking DeadThe Walking Dead Universe boss Scott M. Gimple, showrunners Andrew Chambliss and Ian Goldberg, and Fear the Walking Dead cast members Lennie James, Alycia Debnam-Carey, Colman Domingo, Danay Garcia, Jenna Elfman, Karen David, Mo Collins, and Christine Evangelista gather to tease the upcoming season. Since this is a Walking Dead series, we expect those teases to be oddly vague – at least until the sizzle reel plays.1 PM: HBO Max and Warner Bros. Animation: Jellystone!HBO Max is reviving the Hanna-Barbara wacky animal characters for a new generation, and we’re intrigued for one reason only: Jabberjaw is part of the group this time. The Jellystone! panel will feature showrunner and executive producer C.H. Greenblatt, Ian Wasseluk, Yogi Bear voice Jeff Bergman, Grace Helbig, and Niccole Thurman (the new voice of Jabberjaw) as they preview this new take on Yogi s Jellystone.2 PM: The Walking Dead World Beyond A first-look clip from the second and final season of World Beyond will be part of the proceedings as cast and producers assemble to discuss the challenges in making the first Walking Dead limited series.3 PM: The Walking Dead (see Highlights above)3 PM: Netflix Geeked: The Last MercenaryJean-Claude Van Damme and director David Charhon are your pitchmen for upcoming Netflix action film The Last Mercenary. And as it is one of the few features at a Comic-Con more devoted to comics and television, we have to take a look.3 PM: Roswell, New Mexico Cast Conversation and Sneak PeekRoswell, New Mexico stars Jeanine Mason, Nathan Dean, Michael Vlamis, Lily Cowles, Tyler Blackburn, Heather Hemmens, Michael Trevino, and executive producer Christopher Hollier will gather for an at-home Q A while they also preview upcoming events on the series.4 PM Family GuyCelebrate 20(!) years of Family Guy with Seth MacFarlane, Alex Borstein, Mila Kunis, Seth Green, Arif Zahir, and executive producers Rich Appel and Alec Sulkin. The group will face a trivia contest which will no doubt reveal how little they remember about the last 20 years.4 PM: Horror NoireWriters Tananarive Due, Steven Barnes, Shernold Edwards, and Victor LaValle will preview the upcoming Shudder original anthology series, a showcase of Black horror from Black directors and screenwriters.5 PM: Netflix Geeked: Lucifer (see Hightlights above)6 PM: gen:LOCK Season 2Michael B. Jordan, Dakota Fanning, and showrunner/lead writer Daniel Dominguez take a look at the new gen:LOCK season and present a clip of the first episode.6 PM: Stargate Atlantis ReunionCast members David Hewlett, Torri Higginson, Rachel Luttrell, Paul McGillion, Rainbow Sun Francks, David Nykl, and Robert Picardo take look back on the second Stargate television series, which ended its run 11 years ago. Considering how Comic-Con usually features a number of nostalgic reunions like these, it is remarkable that Stargate Atlantis is the only show producing one this year.Sunday July 2510 AM: HousebrokenVoice actors Lisa Kudrow, Nat Faxon, Will Forte, Tony Hale, Sharon Horgan, Jason Mantzoukas, Sam Richardson gather alongside Housebroken co-creator, executive producer, and voice actor Clea DuVall — and co-creators, executive producers, and showrunners Gabrielle Allan and Jen Crittenden — for a Q A centered on their upcoming series about a therapy group composed of “neighborhood pets and stray animals.”10 AM: Doctor Who (see Highlights above)11 AM: Day of the Dead: Adapting a LegendShowrunners Jed Elinoff and Scott Thomas, director Steven Kostanski, and cast members Keenan Tracey and Natalie Malaika discuss the difficulties in adapting George A. Romero s beloved zombie film into a SYFY original series.11 AM: The Mysterious Benedict SocietyTake an hour with the cast and creators of Disney+’s The Mysterious Benedict Society as stars Tony Hale, Kristen Schaal, MaameYaa Baofo, Ryan Hurst, and Gia Sandhu — and executive producers and writers Phil Hay, Matt Manfredi, Darren Swimmer, and Todd Slavkin — discuss what’s transpired so far and tease some of what’s to come. Our memory of last year’s @Home content is a little fuzzy, but we’re pretty sure this is the first Disney+ panel at Comic-Con, which is sort of historic in some small way.12 PM: DC’s Legends of Tomorrow Cast Conversation and Sneak PeekCaity Lotz, Tala Ashe, Jes Macallan, Olivia Swann, Adam Tsekhman, Shayan Sobhian, Lisseth Chavez, Nick Zano, Matt Ryan, and executive producers Phil Klemmer and Keto Shimizu, get on Zoom to discuss the hijinks the season has offered so far and to tease what’s yet to come. Even if producing the show in the middle of a pandemic has made its weaknesses more apparent, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow is still a fun one to watch — due in no small part to this great cast.1 PM: DexterLike so many other revivals before it, Dexter is returning later this fall. But what could ever call Dexter Morgan back from his life as a lumberjack? Star (and executive producer) Michael C. Hall will offer some clarity on the matter with help from showrunner and executive producer Clyde Phillips, executive producer Scott Reynolds, director Marcos Siega, and new cast member Julia Jones. The group will also present a trailer which may also shed light on Dexter s return to duty. Well, provided you can call what he does duty. 1 PM: Meet the Creators and Cast of Netflix s NorsemenNorsemen stars Kåre Conradi, Trond Fausa, Nils Jørgen Kaalstad, Øystein Martinsen, Marian Ottesen, and series producers Jonas Torgersen and Jon Iver Helgaker take part in a Q A one hopes will shed some light on its final season.2 PM: Netflix Geeked: Army of ThievesNetflix continues to build on the world of Zack Snyder s Army of the Dead with the prequel film Army of Thieves. Snyder, along with fellow producers Deborah Snyder, Wesley Coller, director and star Matthias Schweighöfer, and star Nathalie Emmanuel take a look at the upcoming film, which reveals the hiest which put Dieter on the road to Las Vegas.2 PM: The Legacy of ChuckyChild s Play creator Don Mancini, Brad Dourif, Jennifer Tilly, Fiona Dourif, Alex Vincent, and Christine Elise take a look back at 30 years of Chucky rampages and take a look at the upcoming Chucky television series. There s definitely some fun to be had here as both Dourifs are fun interviews. Also, if the panel maintains some of the energy of a Child s Play or Chucky movie, it could be the best of Sunday.3 PM: Bob’s BurgersAs is tradition, the Bob’s Burgers cast and producers will present an hour of info on the new season, show some rare material, and answer fan questions. Sure, it all needs to be done over Zoom, but that awkwardness is part of the fun, right? Creator and executive producer Loren Bouchard, executive producer Nora Smith, H. Jon Benjamin, and voice actors John Roberts, Kristen Schaal, Eugene Mirman, Dan Mintz, and Larry Murphy take part in the festivities.4 PM: A Conversation with the Cast Executive Producers of EPIX’s ChapelwaiteStars Adrien Brody and Emily Hampshire take a look at their upcoming adaptation of Stephen King s short story Jerusalem’s Lot. What mysteries will Brody s character, Captain Boone, uncover when he relocates his family to Preacher’s Corners, Maine after his wife dies at sea? Perhaps this preview of the series will convince us Chapelwaite is a project to keep an eye on.Watching Comic-Con@HomeThe video presentations are available via the Convention schedule page or CCI s YouTube Channel. And though there is some push to watch the videos as they become available, they will be available on the YouTube Channel for the foreseeable future.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
讲真说点私愤的话，现在的小屁孩，没出息，不就是手游禁了吗，我们当年还有游戏禁令呢，玩不了手游我玩单机，玩不了正版我就玩破解，实在不行我整个模拟器，就光是psp跟ps2的游戏都可以玩到我成年了，一个个哎呦喂，哭天喊地，还不爱国了，丢人。 To mark its 10-year anniversary, cult classic Scott Pilgrim vs. the World is getting a special theatrical re-release on April 30. And it returns to theaters looking – and sounding – better than ever: The film has been re-imagined in Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos, and will play in select locations for a single week. (And yes, we know it s been 11 years, technically, since it hit theaters – but the pandemic scuttled plans for an anniversary re-release last year.)To celebrate the return of Scott, Ramona, the Evil Exes, Knives, and Sex Bob-omb, director Edgar Wright sat down with Rotten Tomatoes for an exclusive and extended deep dive on how he and his creative team brought Bryan Lee O Malley s beloved comic strip to life. Why was Cera the perfect Scott ? How did he convince Beck to help out with the music? And whose teeth were they on the floor, lost in all those coins?Wright reveals all in the extended interview above – and check out highlights from the oral history below.(Photo by Kerry Hayes/©Universal/courtesy Everett Collection)“They cornered me and they said, ‘It s like John Hughes meets Kill Bill.’ I said, Well, I like that idea.’” Scott Pilgrim came into my life after a screening of Shaun of the Dead. It must ve been, I guess, in the summer of 2004, and the producers Adam Siegel and Jared LeBoff, who were producers on Scott Pilgrim, cornered me, and they had a copy of the first book, which was the only one out at the time, Scott Pilgrim s Precious Little Life: Volume 1, and they cornered me and they said, ‘This is your next movie.’ I was like, ‘Okay!’ They said, ‘It s like John Hughes meets Kill Bill.’ I said, Well, I like that idea.’ So they gave me the comic, and, they were half right, because I did make it into a movie, but it wasn t my next movie – I made Hot Fuzz next – but I really responded to the material.I loved the metaphor of the book. Bryan Lee O’Malley had written this book about how dating life and relationships and having to be mature in relationships was like a battleground; charting this journey to being with the woman who you think you re in love with is like a tournament in a martial arts film. I thought that was really interesting, the idea of fighting for a relationship, dealing with the baggage of a new partner, all of those things that you deal with in real life, but to do it in a really fantastical way. (Photo by Double Negative/©Universal/courtesy Everett Collection)“If we’d have cast super-fit Zac Efron, it s not quite the same movie.” Michael was the only person that I thought of for Scott Pilgrim. Anybody that was more – and this sounds like a sort of criticism of Michael, but it s not – but anybody who was more obviously studly and macho, didn t seem to me like the right thing for Scott Pilgrim. If we’d have cast super-fit Zac Efron, it s not quite the same movie, because it would seem like Zac Efron could handle himself in a fight, because he s like ridiculously ripped, whereas it was more funny and more relatable watching somebody like Michael A) be like a Romeo, and B) be like this amazing fighter. That to me was inherently funny. “She came in and auditioned against some more established people and just wiped the floor with them.” Brie Larson had been like a sort of child actor and even a teen pop star, but I remember she came in and auditioned against some more established people than her, and just like wiped the floor with them. Her audition, if you ve ever seen it on the Blu-ray, was just like extraordinary – and she was like 19. I remember I was in the room when she auditioned, and I was with Jared LeBoff, and we looked at each other and it was like, ‘We gotta cast her. Like, she was just amazing. (Photo by Double Negative/©Universal/courtesy Everett Collection)“They used to call me ‘the blink Nazi’ on set.” I wanted it to feel surreal, a bit like anime, and in animation, people don t really blink so much. There s [also] a thing, like Michael Caine, his school of acting, page one is, ‘Don t blink on a close-up,’ it s like classic Michael Caine technique: ‘Never blink on a close-up, it disempowers you, and it makes you look weak.’ And it s true, if somebody doesn t know their lines, they re blinking like crazy, so I sort of thought it was a good thing [to ask for no blinking]. If you look at Brie Larson s performance, particularly, she s so strong and so unblinking, so we got into this thing not blinking during takes, and they used to call me the blink Nazi’ on set. (Photo by Double Negative/©Universal/courtesy Everett Collection) I thought maybe Beck wouldn t wanna do it, because he s Beck and it s too small for him. Nigel [Godrich, the movie’s composer] was the one who said, ‘You should just ask Beck – Beck would love doing this; he would love reconnecting with his low-fi slacker roots.’ And so, it was Nigel who suggested Beck [write the music for Sex Bob-omb], and I thought maybe Beck wouldn t wanna do it, because maybe he s Beck and it s too small for him. But he loved it. Over one weekend, he basically did this demo of, like, 27 songs or something crazy.We d put artwork all around his studio, in his house, and he did it with like an 8-track, and it was just him and one other musician, Brian LeBarton. I remember on Sunday night Nigel texted me and said, ‘Hey, we ve got something,’ and then we went round, he had the CD, and then we drove around Los Angeles in the car listening to Sex Bob-omb, and basically that s the only real work that Beck did on the movie. Because here’s the thing: the demos that he d done were exactly the right sound, and Nigel said, ‘Why would you finish them anymore than this?’ – because this is what Sex Bob-omb could do. Sex Bob-omb wouldn t sound super polished, why don t we just use these? (Photo by Double Negative/©Universal/courtesy Everett Collection)“If you’re gonna make a musical, or a martial arts film, no two fights should be the same.” One of the things I really liked about martial art films from the 70s and 80s – the work of Jackie Chan particularly, and also early John Woo films – is that they had this kinda structure that was like an MGM musical. If you watch a Jackie Chan film from the late 70s through the 80s, you can see that there are elements where they ve got the structure of like a Gene Kelly musical. So if you’re gonna make a musical, or a martial arts film, no two fights [or musical numbers] should be the same, the number of combatants in a fight should be different every time. There should be some new novelty every time, or some new setting, or something that makes it interesting. So we sort of had to think of it in those terms: the second fight, with Lucas Lee, isn t really a fight with Lucas Lee, it s Scott Pilgrim fighting his henchman, you know, like in a video game; the third fight is a face-off; or the fourth fight is not really between Scott and the ex, it s mostly between Roxie and Ramona, and then Scott gets brought into it. Just imagine doing a gym session with Michael Cera and Jason Schwartzman. There s amazing stunt work by doubles in the movie, but also everybody that s in the fight scenes – Mary, Michael, Mae, Jason, Ellen – really worked so hard on those sequences. Probably my fondest memory of the entire shoot was actually before we started filming, the stunt training we did every morning with the stunt team – just working out with the whole cast was really funny. Just imagine doing a gym session with Michael Cera and Jason Schwartzman, and Chris Evans, and Brandon Routh, and Mary Elizabeth Winstead. (Photo by Kerry Hayes/©Universal/courtesy Everett Collection) Then the teeth are on the floor, but also on the floor are thousands of coins. Michael Cera was incredibly safety conscious, as you should be if you re doing fight scenes, but like maybe above and beyond. If he was doing a scene with a sword, he would have a short version of the sword, and he would be swishing around with the short version, and then for the effects part we would get a stunt double and bring in the long version, and be swishing that around.Michael was doing this take where he s fighting the henchman in the club, and Michael is saying like, ‘Am I I m not too close, everybody okay?’ and they re like, ‘Yeah, you can t hurt us, go as close as you dare, it s gonna be fine, don t worry.’ So Michael s doing his thing, being very conscientious. He then goes off to get a coffee, we do the take with the long sword, and then in the first take – bam! – one of the stuntmen gets hit in the teeth with the long sword and it knocks the teeth out. Then the teeth are on the floor, but also on the floor are thousands of coins. One of my most surreal memories of the shoot, is like myself and the entire stunt team looking on this nightclub floor for two front teeth in the middle of a bunch of coins. (Photo by Universal/courtesy Everett Collection)“I don’t understand how we made that movie.” I re-watched Scott Pilgrim with my editor Paul Machliss, who was one of the two editors on the movie, and who’s done my recent film, Last Night in Soho, and I sat there afterwards and I was thinking, ‘How the f k did we make that? It’s not so much it s something that you feel new about [when you watch it again], it s more like: ‘Wait, I don t understand how we made that movie!’ Scott Pilgrim vs. the World is screening exclusively in Dolby Cinema at AMC Theatres starting Friday, April 30, 2021. On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.