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亚博官方入口采用百度引擎0(Baidu 7)As more and more people are compelled to practice social distancing and encouraged to stay home, as movie theaters temporarily shutter their doors, and as studios continue to pull their scheduled 2020 films off the release calendar, we ve decided to reformat this weekly Critics Consensus column to focus on titles that are newly available on the home entertainment market. With that in mind, our list of digital new releases this week includes the premiere of an animated sequel and the home entertainment debuts of a pair of horror films, a comedy misfire, and a martial arts franchise finale, not to mention the free streaming premiere of the most recent Best Picture winner. See below for the full list.

1. 亚博官方入口
为了带给玩家一个完全不同的MMO手游,这次网易也在游戏风景和大世界玩法等方面下足了功夫,这也是很多玩家公测之后看似“不干正事”的原因所在,因为在云垂大陆的每一个角落,都有可能充满未知的惊喜,或许下一个成为富婆的机会,就隐藏在某次对未知宝箱的探索中! 而在游戏的运营问题上,官方也明确表示,国服专属活动肯定会有,大家也无需担心奖励无法获取、版本落后的问题,未来无论是游戏内容还是赛事,全球都会保证一致!兄弟们,手游上人家有的,我们一样也不少!
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Get an update on the streaming home of some favorite series (especially Friends), George Clooney s Catch-22 costume, Daniel Radcliffe s mortality, and more.TOP STORYUnlike the Batsuit, George Clooney’s Catch-22 Costume Doesn’t Have NipplesLike most Americans, George Clooney read Catch-22 in high school. But he didn’t fully consider novel’s importance until he re-read it after writer Luke Davies sent him the scripts for the project that became Hulu’s miniseries adaptation.“I loved the style of writing which was different than the kind of writing we had read. But I was pretty young, and so I just liked the character, and I thought it was fun, the actor and executive producer told reporters at the Television Critics Association winter press tour in Los Angeles on Monday. I reread it when we were sent the scripts to do, and I hadn’t read it in — you know, high school was 15 years ago — and I hadn’t read it in a long time. So it was really fun and exciting to go back and read and understand why this book lasted and stands the test of time.”Joseph Heller’s 1961 novel is told in a non-chronological way, but the series streamlines the narrative to flow in a way that might be easier for audiences to consume.“We really hope that we’ve retained the kaleidoscopic madness of the novel; but, no, the show really flows through [main character] Yossarian’s perspective,” Davies said. “The world is in chaos around him, but we honed in on Yossarian’s character. I mean, the novel does do that, too, but the novel jumps all over the place and spends a lot of time on other characters at different times. But there’s barely a single scene in the entire six hours in which Chris [Abbott, star] is not either in it or very close by implicitly.”Added Clooney, “It’s a lot more linear than the book, for sure.”The production flew two authentic B-25 bomber planes from the U.S. to where they filmed in Sardinia, which required lots of planning.“They can go about five hours in the air and they don’t have heating so they’re wearing parkas and they’ve got oxygen masks,  Clooney, who plays Scheisskopf, explained. And they flew — because you can’t fly over the whole ocean; they had to fly up past Greenland and bounce back all the way — seven stops to get there. So it’s pretty interesting, when they showed up, we were all standing out on the tarmac cheering.”It might’ve been a huge effort, but it also helped the stars get into character.“I didn’t actually fly in them because that would be extremely dangerous, Abbott said. But even just to ride it at about one mile an hour down a runway was scary enough. …Being in that nose cone [is] a vulnerable place. It gets really hot. It’s glass and it’s sunny. So it adds heat to the whole situation. It’s very small. It’s claustrophobic. …You’re reminded not how basic it is, but you feel like you’re driving an old Chevy in a weird way. It’s not as computerized as you would think it is. It’s very mechanical. Everything’s very tangible and beautiful also.”The military uniforms also helped establish the characters.“You feel an incredible sense of responsibility to generations, particularly that generation considered the Greatest Generation. I will say that as an actor in general — with the exception of the Batsuit — any time you put on a costume it does help you get into character considerably. I was sad there weren’t nipples,” Clooney quipped.Friends Could Leave Netflix for Good(Photo by ©Warner Bros/Everett Collection)Netflix made a deal reportedly worth 0 million to ensure it would be able to stream Friends throughout 2019, but it’s likely that the sitcom will have a new home in 2020.Kevin Reilly, the chief creative officer of the upcoming streaming service WarnerMedia (which will likely be the new streaming home of Warner Bros. expansive content library) told reporters on Monday that the studio’s biggest hits will likely move from their current homes to the new service, which is expected to launch in the last quarter of 2019.“You can expect the crown jewels of Warner [including Friends] will ultimately end up on the new service,” Reilly said, also clarifying that they won’t appear on other services. “For the most part, sharing destination assets is not a good model. My belief is they should be exclusive to the service.”That also means CW’s hits, including Riverdale and the Arrowverse shows, which currently hit Netflix a week after their season finales air on the network, would also eventually move to WarnerMedia’s service.“We’re very interested in putting that on our platform,” Reilly said.Why Is Daniel Radcliffe Questioning His Own Mortality?New TBS comedy Miracle Workers stars Steve Buscemi as a checked-out God and Daniel Radcliffe as a low-level angel tasked with forcing two humans to fall in love in order to prevent Earth’s destruction and save the human race. While it does put spirituality into the context of the modern world, it’s not a religious satire“I wouldn’t describe our show as religious satire. It’s more of an existential show. It’s closer to something like Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy,” creator Simon Rich said. “It is more about what it means to be a human being on Earth. It was always my hope to try to portray a vision of heaven that’s consistent with our experience of being on this planet, and if you walk around on this planet it sometimes feels like things happen randomly and irrationally and unfairly and horribly all of the time, and so I thought, well, maybe one explanation for that would be that the guy upstairs is in the midst of a full-on midlife crisis, and the people who work for him are in a system that is hopelessly mismanaged at every single level. So that was kind of the genesis of it.“In our show, God is the founder and CEO of Heaven, Inc. and he is very human, Rich continued. He has real flaws. He started Earth with a lot of good intentions and, unfortunately, the project just got way too hard for him to manage.”Rich described the series as “a cross between the Old Testament and Goonies,” but even with a fun, underdog bent, it is till serious subject matter. And that has inspired its stars to think a lot more about their own mortality.“I think about it constantly anyway,” Radcliffe said. “I think I’m quite morbid so I often do. And I think that this is such a fun world that Simon’s created. I don’t particularly believe in an afterlife, but if there was one and it was like this, I’d be very happy.”Added Buscemi, “If heaven is like [the one on the show], then I’m happy to go there because it seems like the technology in heaven has stopped, like, in the ’70s and that’s true with me. So I’d feel very comfortable there.”Read More: Exclusive interview with Radcliffe and his Miracle Workers costar Geraldine ViswanathanWhat Do Sarah Huckabee Sanders and Hulu’s Shrill Have in Common?The first season of Hulu’s comedy Shrill, starring Saturday Night Live’s Aidy Bryant and based on the novel of the same name by Lindy West, is a super-short six episodes. But that was the plan all along, considering Bryant’s day job.“I have a full-time job at SNL, and so we had this little window of my summer, basically, to write and shoot the whole thing. And there was truly no more time before I had to go back to New York,” Bryant explained. “So that’s why it’s six, but we really like it because it sort of became this tight, little character study of these six episodes.”The series deals with twentysomething Annie (Bryant) and her experiences as a fat woman living in Portland, Oregon. She’s not based on Bryant, nor is she based on West (though the show is based on some of West’s experiences), but she might be like one of Bryant’s SNL characters.“I think she’s a lot like Sarah Huckabee Sanders,” Bryant quipped. “No … I didn’t see a lot of fat women on television when I was growing up, and I always craved that. And so when I read Lindy’s book, there were so many things in there that I identified with, particularly the idea that the whole world is telling you you’re wrong for existing in the way that you are, even if you don’t feel that way, and you feel like, ‘I have something to offer this world, and why do I have to do it in a size 2 package?’ And I think that part of the book resonated with me so deeply that when I heard Elizabeth [Banks, executive producer] optioned it, I was like, ‘What are they making? I’ll do anything to get in there.’“I certainly think, in just the nature of a writers’ room, we all put ourselves into this character,  she continued. And I think some of Annie’s apologetic nature is certainly maybe more my deal than Lindy’s, and trying to just be overly sweet to hide. Some of those things that we put into the show, I think, are maybe some of my characterization. She’s not exactly me, she’s not exactly Lindy. She’s someone else, and I think that’s healthy.”Patricia Arquette’s Transformation in The Act Is Just as Big as Escape At DannemoraPatricia Arquette’s turn as a homely prison guard in Showtime’s Escape at Dannemora required an extreme physical transformation, but instead of taking a job that required a lot less time in the makeup chair, she went immediately to Hulu’s new anthology series The Act. The Dannemora Golden Globe winner plays a mother who suffers from Munchausen syndrome by proxy and poisons her daughter, another extremely emotionally and physically demanding role. The season is based on Michelle Dean’s Buzzfeed News article Dee Dee Wanted Her Daughter To Be Sick, Gypsy Wanted Her Mom To Be Murdered,” a case that was profiled in 2017’s HBO documentary Mommy Dead and Dearest.“I had always been fascinated by this story of Munchausen by proxy, and Michelle had done this in-depth reporting and had a lot of information about this. I like this distorted love affair, but I am a little exhausted of playing crazy women,” Arquette said.Like her Dannemora character, Arquette’s Dee Dee thinks that she’s doing the right thing. That’s just one commonality between the two characters.“I think in general the choices that people and characters make they do because they have a reason to do it, and they create a logic that makes sense for them,” she said. “Whether people think they’re good people or bad people, or their choices are good choices or bad choices, they have a whole story supporting the reason they make the choice.”Munchausen by proxy is something that has always fascinated Arquette, and it’s something that Dean, who co-created the series with Nick Antosca, learned a lot about in her research for her story.“In the [research] you’ll find mentions of the idea that there was a spike in Munchausen once the Internet came around and people could look up reams of medical information at home in front of the television. And I think we’ve all had that experience where you’re having an ache or a pain, and you go on WebMD and you think, ‘Oh, I have cancer,’” she said. “And I think that’s been a curse on doctors. I do think that there is that spike that happened around the Internet. In terms of is there more ambient paranoia in the culture about illness and about environmental factors that might cause illness in children? Yes. I do think that’s one thing that makes it hard for medical professionals to sort a mom with Munchausen out from a mom who really is genuinely just concerned about a symptom that their child has and that they’ve observed.”Ramy Youssef Wants His Show, Ramy, to Portray a Real-Life Muslim Experience(Photo by Matthias Clamer/Hulu)Stand-up comedian Ramy Youssef, star and creator of Hulu’s new comedy Ramy, never saw his life experience portrayed on screen. Most stories about first-generation Americans would feature children at odds with their parents’ cultures.“The tension is always, ‘I don’t want to be like you,’ or, ‘I wish I was my white friends,’ and I never really related to that. I always really felt this connection to my culture, to my faith, and the tension in my life has always been how do I hold on to both things? Where does it feel like when you want to go to Mecca, and you also want to go to Burning Man? I’ve never seen that played out,” he said. “It’s always just like either/or, you’re watching people try to erase their history.”Then there’s the fact that most portrayals of Muslims in Western media have not been the kindest — “because we’re so underrepresented when people see us, we’re constantly trying to apologize or over-prove and show that we’re good,” Youssef said — that has made it difficult for Muslim creators to portray a simple, real-life version of their own life experience.“I just want to show that we’re human,” he said. “I think that what this show does for me is it actually leads with showing Muslims who have flaws, and [are] sitting in our problems. I think what really shows that someone’s good is that they’re a human being, and they’re really dealing with real things, and that’s what I think this show is doing for the first time for Muslims. It’s just showing us not being afraid to show us in all of our problems, and it’s not an apology, and it’s just this, these are things we’re dealing with, and what we’re dealing with might also be what you’re dealing with, too.”While Youssef hopes his series can enlighten viewers about the Muslim-American experience, he is quick to note that his show does not speak for all Muslims.“There are Muslims who will watch this and [say] that’s not my experience, and I think that’s great because I think we all have a different way that we come at it. But I do think that everyone will relate to the struggles that the characters go through, and I think that’s what we really work hard to create.”This is the third series that executive producer Jerrod Carmichael (The Carmichael Show) has worked on starring a comedian and loosely based on his life (his own, his Carmichael costar Lil Rel Howery’s Rel, and now Ramy), and he said that working on his colleagues’ shows gives him the opportunity to help them refine their perspectives.“As a stand-up comedian, a lot of times your perspective is centered on yourself, and you see things through your worldview, and every story is told just through you, and it really is just finding other ways into that perspective and finding other perspectives to attack that,” he explained, later adding, “It’s just a little bit beyond your perspective — because it’s so singular, and while a show that has other characters in it inherently is going to have something that goes against the way you think or the way that you’ve approached things. So I think just getting past that barrier that is the biggest thing.”Youssef and Carmichael met in the Los Angeles stand-up comedy scene, but they didn’t initially bond over comedy. They bonded because they were both “people in L.A. and Hollywood who believed in God,” Youssef explained. That helped provide context for the show that eventually became Ramy. “The way we approach it and the way that it is a part of our lives is very much the way that we struggle with it in the show,” Youssef said.亚博官方入口最近几年,诸多新兴玩法的强势表现令市场见识到了玩法维度的重要性,一个新的玩法不仅能救活一款游戏,甚至还能撼动游戏行业,这也驱使很多游戏在玩法上主动出击,摆脱固有认知的束缚。而《使命召唤手游》亦是如此,首先其玩法模式极为丰富,考验拉锯和博弈的据点争夺、快节奏且需要配合的团队竞技、对策略性有更高要求的爆破模式、甚至还包括军火之王、狙击对抗等不同特色的玩法,多种选择完美贴合玩家需求。

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英雄联盟手游因为和端游一样拥有四个技能,所以让很多技能的释放变得更加便捷,毕竟在团战中,没有那么多的时间去瞄准和操作,便捷释放技能能够提高容错率,不过想要打出好的操作,还是手动操作更好,辅助性功能很多是帮助手速不够快的玩家。

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掌赢互娱三张牌非常优质的棋牌手游,不点推出全新的玩法竞技内容,专业客服团队,专业研发人员,打造专业棋牌对局。掌赢互娱三张牌玩法正规热门,而且拥有超多的福利活动内容,平台可充值也可兑换哦,玩家们还能够获得大量的金币返利,能够与好友玩家们开创好友房进行对局竞技,每天都能够提供丰富的奖励内容,欢迎下载体验掌赢互娱三张牌!

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3.88.5 6月喜迎(Photo by Eve Lloyd Knight, We Buy Your Kids, Sara Wong)Fan-art super brand Mondo has just announced something sure to have adventurous cinephiles drooling – and reaching for their wallets.To celebrate 20 years of celebrated independent and foreign film distributor IFC Films and its genre-focused sibling IFC Midnight, Mondo commissioned several boundary-pushing artists and collectives to produce a set of exclusive limited-edition posters for 13 IFC releases. (OK, so technically it s been 21 years, but a certain global event pushed back the celebrations.)Among the collection of screen prints, you ll find new visual interpretations of Lars von Trier s Antichrist, Steve McQueen s Hunger, Lena Dunham s Tiny Furniture, and Noah Baumbach s Frances Ha.For genre fans, there s The Autopsy of Jane Doe, Berberian Sound System, and more.In all, the collection totals 16 screen prints (Valhalla Rising gets two posters, and The Punk Singer a set of three!). And, in a Rotten Tomatoes exclusive, you can feast your eyes on them below.Mondo will begin rolling out the prints for sale on a weekly basis from September 9 at MondoShop.com.(Photo by Anne Benjamin)(Photo by Aaron Denton)(Photo by Peter Diamond)(Photo by Laurent Durieux)(Photo by Eve Lloyd Knight)(Photo by Leslie Herman)(Photo by Rafa Orrico)(Photo by Greg Ruth)(Photo by Sara Wong)(Photo by Sin Eater)(Photo by Sin Eater)(Photo by Tula Lotay)(Photo by We Buy Your Kids)(Photo by We Buy Your Kids)(Photo by We Buy Your Kids)On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
魔天记3D手游是一款玄幻类型的MMO手机游戏,这款游戏还原主要的相关剧情具有强大的宏观场景以及精美的角色立绘,看起来十分的精美,快来下载吧!
手游市场有着更多的需求客户,庞大的玩家群体,短暂的开发周期,使得手游市场散发着一股暴利气息。在这样的形势下,很多传统的3A厂家也开始急于转型,想要把自己已经打出了名声的3A游戏大IP改编做成手游收割更广阔的世界市场。

虽说由国产游戏公司米哈游推出的《原神》在上线之初确实引发了一些争议,但在游戏推出之后,这部作品在全球范围内都取得了不错的成绩,不仅将游戏界大大小小的奖项收入囊中,还陆续推出了PC以及PS版本,就连Switch版也正在计划当中,可以说是现阶段国产手游的代表作之一。
不过目前大多数女玩家对英雄联盟手游的欧美画风表示劝退,还是更喜欢王者中可爱简单的画风以及玩法。许多王者玩家吐槽LOL手游人物不够好看,这也确实,毕竟LOL人物取胜的点在于对角色的整体塑造,英雄的人物性格影响到外在形象设计以及技能,LOL英雄设计等方面其实更衬托得王者荣耀英雄缺少灵魂。
In a nation where a movie called Crazy Rich Asians breaks theatrical records, K-pop albums can hit #1 on the Billboard charts, and anime and vintage Japanese pop songs connect online communities together violent hate crimes against Asians have skyrocketed. Where Minari is foreign according to the Golden Globes, despite being written and directed by an American filmmaker, telling a story set in and about America. It s a movie that exists within an enormous entertainment industry which pushes progress, yet regularly reports its box office demographic breakdowns by defining Asians as literally Other. In this moment of achievement and anger arrives Raya and the Last Dragon, releasing simultaneously in theaters and on Disney+ on March 5. Kelly Marie Tran leads a majority Asian-American voice cast as Raya, who resurrects a legendary yet juvenile dragon (Awkwafina) to assist undoing a spell that has rendered her father and kingdom-people to stone. The rest of the cast including Gemma Chan, Daniel Dae Kim, Sandra Oh, and Benedict Wong reflect the eclectic, imaginative world of Raya, which draws influence and inspiration from Malaysia, Thailand, Myanmar, the Philippines, and more Southeast Asian countries.We spoke with Qui Nguyen, who co-wrote Raya and the Last Dragon with Adele Lum. A Vietnamese-American playwright who got into Marvel s writers program, and has written and worked on stories for Incorporated, The Society, and Dispatches from Elsewhere, Nguyen gets his first credited movie screenplay with Raya. Here, he talks about how he got into the Disney fold, the opportunity of helping create something that will inspire the next generation, and making sure the fights (and all the food!) was just right in the new film.(Photo by Disney)Alex Vo for Rotten Tomatoes: So I’m pretty sure you’re the first Vietnamese-American writer to be credited for screenplay on a major Hollywood production.Qui Nguyen: That’s crazy. I didn t know that. I mean, it s been a complete blessing to do this. This goes down to the big dream: Being a writer and to be able to tell a story like this for my kids.I grew up in Arkansas. I didn t ever see anyone who looked like me. And I didn t really get to see myself up on screen except for Vietnam War movies. So we were either sidekicks or we were victims. To be able to be part of this film and create characters who celebrate Southeast Asian cultures specifically one that is voiced by Kelly Marie Tran which my kids can see and feel empowered by is such a big deal. I got to affect and change and shape a character that will be part of the Disney canon forever.What was the process of joining Disney and this project? What was it like once you got into the studio?Nguyen: I was actually already working on the lot across the street from Disney over at Marvel as part of the writers program. And I came across the street just as a general meeting that happens out here in LA. I met with one of the execs here and she was like, Hey, would you ever want to do something like this? I was just very, very honest with her: It would be a dream to be able to make a big Hollywood film. To make a movie as big as something like this that I know everyone will see that would celebrate us.Ironically, I came back and interviewed with Don [Hall], the co-director of Raya, on a different project. And I ended up working with him on that. I still am working with him on that movie. And then about a year-and-a-half ago, Raya was coming up and they were at a point where they wanted to solidify the script. Adele was shaping the world and the characters at that point. And then I came in and they teamed me up with the Adele to officially write the script with Don and Carlos [López Estrada] as directors. And we created something that I think both Adele and I are very proud of.(Photo by Disney)An initial script had already been written by the time Adele and you joined. How much was changed or developed from there?Nguyen: At its inception, Disney wanted something that celebrates Southeast Asian cultures. They wanted to do an epic fantasy film, and they wanted to base it around a female warrior who is basically bringing a whole bunch of fractured countries together to save it through unity. A part of that first pitch that still exists to this day. And through that, there were iterations that Adele worked on. She wrote different scripts of it, just exploring the world, exploring the characters, before you re like, Oh, this is the plot. And then by the time I came in, a lot of the DNA is there. The father-daughter relationship is there. A lot of the character archetypes that were there. When I came in, I had the chance to shape the characters. I was like, Here’s the personality that we should give Raya that s different than the lone warrior that we re used to seeing. It was stuff like that, helping shape the specificity of the world. We knew that the movie was always going to be about unity. But unity isn t a verb. It s really hard to do that. So the one extra step was going, “Well, how do you achieve unity?” You have to find the bravery to trust, especially trusting people that perhaps wronged you. And so what does that take? It was the active thing we tried to imbue Raya with throughout the journey in this film.Being Asian-American is not a monolithic experience. Japanese-American history is very different from Korean-American history and that’s different from Chinese-American history. Is there anything about being Vietnamese-American, or Vietnamese history, that you brought specifically to Raya?Nguyen: It s hard to go into specific details without spoiling it, but the things that were important to me was definitely the chance to create these characters that someone that looked like me could see and be very, very proud of.I have kids and it s something I always think about a lot. It’s one thing for me to tell them to be proud of who they are and the cultures that they come from, because I m their dad and that s what I m supposed to do. But it doesn t land the same way as when you get to see it on a big screen. There is something very empowering because for the longest time, we ve always had to put our faces on people that don t look like us. I was like, I have to pretend to be Captain America. I had to pretend to be Peter Parker. I can pretend to be Black Panther, but I m putting it on their face. It’s something else to have the kid next to me who has blonde hair and blue eyes, look up, and go, Oh, I want to be Raya. Or this person who s Black say, I want to be Raya. That positive influence is something that is really, really important, to give that context for my kids.(Photo by Disney)You’re a martial arts advocate and beyond writing you also helped ensure the accuracy of the fights in Raya, that even though it’s a fantasy movie, the action is grounded and realistic. Anything you’re particularly proud of?Nguyen: I was one of the five consultants on this film, and it was a big pleasure of mine because it s a big passion. I ve been a lifelong martial artist. Like, if you loved Karate Kid, you could go study Kenpo karate. If you loved Bruce Lee, then you could go study Wing Chun or Jeet Kune Do. I wanted it so if you saw Raya and you loved it, you could actually go study the martial arts. Pencak silat, Muay Thai kickboxing, traditional Vietnamese wrestling, Arnis, Kali those were the martial arts that I really wanted to show off.But I think if I m being super selfish about it, there was a part of me that wanted to do this because martial arts is how I connected with my father. One of the central relationships in the film is about Raya and her dad. Her dad turning to stone and that desire to save him is the thing that s going to drive her. And I was like, Well, what is something that I personally connect with Raya s dad teaches her how to fight, and my dad taught me how to fight. These traditional martial arts of our cultures is a very visceral thing. And now it s something I do with my kids. I m now teaching them martial arts that I grew up with.There’s a fight in the movie where you could tell that it s a Pencak silat fighter and a Muay Thai fighter. They re throwing knees and elbows at each other. That s not something you often see in an animated film. There is a version where you can amp that up and make it into a hard R action movie if you wanted to. Obviously, we don t ever cross that line. But it is something that I think that I m excited for my dad to see, because obviously I want to make a movie that my kids will enjoy watching, but I also want to watch a movie that I can sit with my parents and go, Hey, dad, this is for you and mom. This is a celebration of all of us and the achievement of the American dream that you set up for me. When I started out to being a writer, they thought I was going to be a bum my whole life. And for 15 years of my life, I probably was a bum. And now to be here doing this, they finally get it. And they’re so proud. It’s also just one of those things that I got to connect with Kelly Marie Tran a little bit about that stuff.
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The Arrow season 8 premiere, Starling City, was extremely nostalgic, genre-bending, and emotional for fans of the series. It also serves as an opening salvo in the program’s coda year. But considering its surprisingly cosmic quest, shocking ending, and cutaways to Team Arrow 2.0 in 2040, some in the audience may be wondering what the rest of the season will be like and what the premiere means for the Arrowverse overall. Thankfully, Rotten Tomatoes answered the call to speak with showrunner Beth Schwartz; learning some of the inner workings of “Starling City,” how it relates to Arrow’s final season and the upcoming “Crisis on Infinite Earths” crossover event.Spoiler Warning: If you haven’t watched the Arrow season premiere, do so now. There are massive spoilers beyond this point.Honoring The PilotOne of the early ideas Schwartz and the other writers discussed was taking Oliver (Stephen Amell) to Earth-2 to relive a number of moments from the pilot episode. The Flash previously established the Earth-2 Oliver died when the Queen s Gambit sank, creating the perfect opportunity to deposit Oliver on Lian Yu and experience a déjà vu only the Arrowverse can provide — an exciting prospect for Schwartz and her team.“It was so perfect because part of this episode was a little bit of It s a Wonderful Life and What would have happened if Oliver didn t come back from Lian Yu?, ” she said.Eagle-eyed watchers may have noticed a few things in the episode’s cold open were different – like a Batman cowl taking the place of Deathstroke’s mask. While Schwartz declined to elaborate on it or the direct mention of Bruce Wayne later in the episode, she thanked the existence of the Batwoman television series for making Gotham City references easier to pull off.“Now that they re in our universe, we re able to get away with a lot more things Batman related,” she explained. Previously, a passing reference to Bruce, Gotham, or its famous vigilante required approvals from several divisions of the WarnerMedia family.But in remounting the pilot — with the notion that 12 years had passed instead of five — allowed for different story opportunities, including the death of the Earth-2 Thea Queen.“When Oliver came back [in the pilot], she was a totally different sister than he remembered leaving. She was really heavily into drugs and he saved her on her birthday in Season One,” Schwartz said.In the season 8 premiere, the Earth-2 Moira (Susanna Thompson) explicitly mentions Thea died on that same birthday.“If he wasn t there that she probably would have died, Schwartz explained. So that was the decision for this episode. That key twist on the Earth-1 story set much of the episode’s plot in motion. Thea’s death broke Tommy Merlyn (Colin Donnell), inspiring him to create the Undertaking unseen on Earth-2, but a major plot point in Arrow’s first season.The Earth-1 Thea (Willa Holland) will recur throughout the season, with Schwartz teasing she will return in a “very cool way.”Felicity’s AbsenceAs the episode continued to mine key season 1 moments, it eventually found Oliver confronting Felicity’s (Emily Bett Rickards) empty desk in Queen Consolidated’s IT department. Schwartz, who found it weird to write Arrow without Felicity, said it was important to find a way of “keeping her still there without seeing her.” This time, it was admitting her absence — and revealing her Earth-2 counterpart as a successful business owner — but subsequent references to the character will arise from other “creative” means.Schwartz also the door is open for Rickards to return for the series finale.“We welcome her back and we ll see what happens,” she said.Team Monitor?As revealed in the season opener, Oliver is tasked with obtaining various objects for The Monitor (LaMonica Garrett), but as is the interdimensional being’s way, he refuses to explain what the objects are for. Schwartz said Oliver is unhappy about the arrangement and “confronts him soon” about the issue. But that confrontation will no doubt see The Monitor questioning Diggle (John Ramsey) tagging along for the quest.“He does not like what has happened in this episode,” Schwartz teased. “But Diggle was always there for Oliver and his family. Specifically, Lyla has understood that throughout the seasons that you can t separate those two.”Of course, it still remains to be seen if Lyla (Audrey Marie Anderson) has been another member of Team Monitor all along. The original comic book version of the character, Harbinger, was introduced as The Monitor s assistant and as Anderson will appear as Harbinger in Crisis, Lyla s connection to the Arrowverse s interdimensional upheaval is very much a mystery. Schwartz said an answer to the Harbinger question will present itself in the third episode of the season.But the ersatz Team Monitor also presents an interesting cross-show wrinkle: over on The Flash, Barry is unaware of Oliver’s activities or that they apparently share the same fate. When we spoke with The Flash showrunner Eric Wallace, he mentioned there is a scene in which Barry and Oliver discover their roles in The Monitor s plan and let’s just say people might get pissed off a little.”Life In 2040(Photo by Jack Rowand/The CW)While Team Arrow 2.0 is still going through a number of growing pains, Schwartz said Mia’s (Katherine McNamara) decision to lead at the end of the episode will be the new status quo. This would irk Connor (Joseph David Jones) if not for the fact he has to deal with his adoptive brother J.J. (Charlie Barnett) – the new Deathstroke.“The brothers have this really fraught childhood that we ll explain more in the upcoming episodes,” she teased. “Of kind of how they got to this place where J.J. is willing to kill his own brother. And how he went down this path when he s Diggle and Lyla s son.”The Rest of the Season Will See Oliver in Other Familiar LocationsWhile the premiere will be the only time Oliver visits another Earth – at least until “Crisis” – the rest of the season will see him running to locations outside Star City.“[In] upcoming episodes, we visit places that we ve gone to in our previous seasons,” Schwartz teased, adding only two or three episodes take place in the city Oliver risked so much to save. And though she declined to say what these locations might be, we’re willing to guess return trips to Lian Yu, Nanda Parbat, Central City, Russia, and Hong Kong are on the itinerary. Episode 2 of the season is called Welcome to Hong Kong, in fact.The show is known for staying put in Star City, but Schwartz appreciated the production challenge of mounting new locations each week.“Legends [of Tomorrow] does it every week so we can too, she quipped.Earth-2 Was Definitely Destroyed(Photo by The CW)In what has to be one of the biggest cosmic event on any of the Arrowverse shows thus far, the season premiere saw Oliver, Diggle, and Black Siren (Katie Cassidy Rodgers) witnessing the destruction of Earth-2. And though the designation was never used in the episode, Schwartz confirmed that world was the first to be lost in the Crisis, adding, “It does indicate that ‘Crisis’ is starting earlier than we thought.”“We wanted to start big and we wanted to introduce the upcoming Crisis immediately. Because that is what this season is about and what Oliver is struggling with the entire time,” Schwartz explained.But as Earth-2 is shared concept across at least two shows, The Flash production team had to sign off on the explosive conclusion.“We were like, ‘Is this OK? Does this ruin things?’ They were very gracious,” she said.Clearly, the destruction of Earth-2 offered no immediate problems for The Flash, but with characters like Harry Wells (Tom Cavanagh) and Jessie Quick (Violett Beane) now dead, we imagine that world’s end will be marked in some way later down the line.The actual visual representation of a universe dying – from the red skies to the way Tommy and Moira disintegrated in front of Oliver’s eyes – recalled the destruction artist George Perez outlined in the first issue of the Crisis on Infinite Earth’s comic book. Schwartz said getting it right in live action was the last thing the production locked down.“It s such an important moment, it sets up the crossover, it sets up ‘Crisis,’ and we just wanted to make sure we got it right. So it was a lot of meetings, a lot of conversations,” she explained.She also admitted there were discussions about saving both Tommy and Moira – whose Earth-1 counterparts are both dead – but those talks concluded with the decision to sacrifice the characters to the antimatter wave. Asked if this was the last time Oliver had to watch them die, Schwartz said, “We are cruel, aren’t we?” before suggesting other versions of Earth-2 characters seen in the premiere may pop up in the remaining episodes or “Crisis” itself.“Some of them will return, yeah,” she said, but declined to elaborate.In the meantime, Oliver has plenty of his Earth-1 issues to deal with as Arrow s final season continues toward its conclusion.Arrow airs Tuesdays at 9/8C on The CW.

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亚博官方入口 With a Tomatometer score of 96%, Avengers: Endgame is a hit with the critics. And with more than 0 million in the bank on just its first weekend, we know it s a box office smash. But what do fans think about the movie now that they ve gone out in droves to see it?Well, they mostly love it: Avengers: Endgame has a current Audience Score of 92%, slightly above Infinity War s Audience Score of 91%. But while the praise is overwhelming, it s not universal. And how could it be, with the weight of 21 films and 11 years of expectations on its shoulders?We combed through the user reviews that RT fans have submitted since Endgame s release and picked out some of the most insightful takes, and those which speak to some of the major themes we re seeing in user feedback, and put them in one place below. Check out these great user reviews and then let us know what you thought of the film, and these reviews, in the comments. (Note, some of the reviews have been slightly edited for length and grammar/spelling.)(Photo by @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, @ Marvel Studios)A Love Letter to the MCU, with Nerdgasms to Boot[A] culmination of 22 films since 2008 led by the visionary mind of Kevin Feige and complex integration of the Russo Brothers as directors. This movie is not just incredible on its own but a step back to memory lanes of the movies done in the past – it is quite mind boggling how they ve done it. But they have and this is the fitting end this chapter of MCU. It is still packed with a lot of surprises despite all the fan theories – and they are BIG ONES. It still gives you that roller coaster ride of emotions but at a deeper and more serious tone. For millions of fans who have followed MCU since 2008 and decided to stop watching Marvel movies (I can t imagine why) this is really a great end for our superheroes journey. Any gaps from previous movies are filled. This one although bitter sweet is [a] fitting end.– Michael, 5 StarsAmazing love-letter from Marvel to the world. A breathtaking and emotional viewing of quick shots of action and humour, but impactful long-lasting satisfactory moments from its dramatic beats and character interactions. It s an end that has been bathed in pure Marvel gold and magic. Tengku N., 5 starsThe first and second act are an absolute love letter to the MCU movies that came before this one. The third act is an emotional roller coaster ride of nerdgasms and cry time which I never thought I will see and feel from a superhero movie. The final scene hits home big time. If you are not very familiar with the MCU, the first two acts may feel a bit slow for you. But the payoff in the third act is just awesome. Patrick B., 4.5 stars(Photo by @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, @ Marvel Studios)BUT IS IT BETTER THAN INFINITY WAR?I m one of the people who came away from Infinity War restless and discontent. I really wasn t sure how the Russos were going to resolve all the hanging threads, much less reverse the snap. I have to say they surpassed my wildest dreams. While I didn t love every character arc, I can appreciate them all .. and my favorite? That one was so far beyond anything I could have hoped for. Kelly L., 5 starsI gotta admit ..I ll probably be the only one who feels this way ..but I d be lying if I didn t say .I liked Infinity War better. On a personal level, Infinity War kept me more consistently engaged and invested (key word: consistently) than this one did. Granted, this one does have some truly glorious aspects, my two favorites being: 1) the most epic battle sequences in Endgame feel multitudes more tremendous than those in Infinity War for a number of reasons (the most memorable involving Captain America); and 2) Thanos returns here with a vengeance in a wonderfully written way. The plot, as implied by the trailer(s) and without revealing any details, chooses to cater more heavily to the past as opposed to the quickest possible way to solve the problem presented at the end of Infinity War, resulting in the hefty runtime and some filler moments but ultimately creating a movie that feels more complete overall in terms of the entire franchise ..like a fitting conclusion, a proper resolution, the end of an era.  John S., 4.5 stars(Photo by @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, @ Marvel Studios)It Left Some People DisappointedMy expectation and anticipation for this film were sky-high, buoyed by positive responses by critics and fans. However, having spent hours and hours on character and plot analysis with other MCU nerds, I had extremely high expectations, which were not met. I m not disappointed because they didn t make a movie that solely exists in my head, but the film wasn t what it could have been. I wanted to be surprised, shocked, and moved exclaiming you sneaky bastards, I see what you did there, and find fruition to the many clues, dangling threads and character arcs that were laid out in previous films, most notably Infinity War. Instead, the resolution oh. ok. so that s it. fine. The film abandoned several important characters, neglecting what seemed to be important setup and development (Loki), inferred strategic importance to the meta-story (Strange, Captain Marvel) or have just devolved the characters into punchlines (Thor, Quill). Moments that were supposed to move emotionally were diffused by familiarity (seen that before!) or anti-climax (we pause this death for a joke). For a series that always emphasized team work, the concluding gesture undermined it. Lots of plot holes and more questions unanswered. Lynne D., 3.5 starsThis is going to feel weird. I have been a hardcore MCU fan since the start. I thought there were amazing moments in this movie. Definitely plenty to get hyped about with my MCU friends. Something about it as a whole was lackluster. Maybe it was because it felt like they flew through certain major plot elements despite it s extremely long run-time. I appreciate that they gave conclusions to our major heroes, but I wasn t crazy about how they seemed to rush and skip over certain things that I d rather have seen fleshed out more. I don t want to criticize it too heavily because it was an impossible task to fit all this into this conclusion movie and flesh everything out, I just personally felt a bit underwhelmed. I honestly went into this movie thinking it would easily become my favorite MCU movie to date, but it s definitely not. Still think it s very good, don t get me wrong. Stephen I. 3.5 starsThe good: Fun action scenes that are more creative than many similar films. Genuinely great moments of comedy. All characters, though some have very short appearances, are treated well. The bad: The dialog is clunky and lacks any subtlety. The movie also has an unfortunate habit of throwing mildly funny one liners in that ruin moments of natural tension. Many, seemingly insurmountable, problems faced by the heroes are solved so quickly and easily that it gives an odd feeling of pace at some points of the movie. Billy P. 2.5 stars(Photo by @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, @ Marvel Studios)It s a Cathartic Conclusion to the Infinity SagaA cathartic, satisfying experience for all MCU fans that have been around from the start, Endgame is full of callbacks and emotional payoffs years in the making. The stakes are real. The character arcs justified, balanced, and well-executed. The emotions tangible, delivered fantastically by every actor, particularly the original six. The action is exciting, but doesn t take center stage until it needs to. The humor and heart truly make this movie. Caitlin B., 5 starsAs a diehard comic book fanboy, this a dream fulfilled experience. I grew up loving these characters from the comics as a child. I love both DC and Marvel respectively. That being said the astonishing work done by Kevin Feige and the creative team at Marvel Studios is beyond amazing. They brought new life to these legendary characters for audiences to watch and enjoy. The MCU has been an exciting experience throughout the course of 22 films telling a narrative with unique creativity and wonderful memories by a cast that have transcended to super stars. This is a great tribute to Stan Lee, Jack Kirby and the founding fathers of the Marvel Comics Shamar L., 5 starsCheck out all of the user reviews for Avengers: Endgame so far. Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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