大学杀下载采用百度引擎4（Baidu 7）In Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, our crew of beast-loving wizards and lovable muggles have a lot to fear in the form of the white-haired title character. But what do the actors who play Newt, Dumbledore, Nagini, and the others fear most – outside of the Wizarding World? Ahead of the release of Grindelwald, Rotten Tomatoes’ senior editor Grae Drake spoke with the sprawling cast – Eddie Redmayne, Katherine Waterston, Jude Law, Dan Fogler, Alison Sudol, Zoë Kravitz, Claudia Kim, and Callum Turner – and asked each to name their own real-life boggart (Kim, who plays Nagini, will surprise you with hers). Plus, the cast talks about filming the movie’s climactic scene, an involved sequence that took two full weeks to execute; dealing with mistaken identities; and their thoughts on “hot Dumbledore.”Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald opens in theaters on November 16.
仙剑奇侠传移动版昆仑游戏是一款仙侠类型的角色扮演对战手游一起在仙侠的世界中进行不断遨游，神秘副本刷不停，丰富多样的游戏玩法，有丰富的游戏玩法等你下载体验。 If you have a suggestion for a movie or show you think we should do an episode on, let us know in the comments, or email us at email@example.com.Meet the hostsJacqueline Coley is an editor at Rotten Tomatoes, with a focus on awards and indie coverage but with a passion for everything, from the MCU to musicals and period pieces. Coley is a regular moderator at conventions and other events, can be seen on Access Hollywood and other shows, and will not stand Constantine slander of any kind. Follow Jacqueline on Twitter: @THATjacqueline.Mark Ellis is a comedian and contributing editor for Rotten Tomatoes. He currently hosts the Rotten Tomatoes series Versus, among others, and can be seen co-hosting the sports entertainment phenomenon Movie Trivia Schmoedown. His favorite Star Wars movie is Jedi (guess which one!), his favorite person is actually a dog (his beloved stepdaughter Mollie), and – thanks to this podcast – he s about to watch Burlesque for the first time in his life. Follow Mark on Twitter: @markellislive.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
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Pitt has signed with Sony Pictures to star in an action thriller called Bullet Train that will be directed by Leitch, whose most recent film was last year s Fast Furious Presents: Hobbs Shaw (Fresh at 67%). Bullet Train will be an adaptation of the Japanese novel Maria Beetle by Kotaro Isaka and will tell the story of five assassins who find themselves on the same train from Tokyo, which undoubtedly leads to lots of shooting and stabbing and kicking and punching. Because, you know, action.Other Top Headlines1. JUDE LAW IN TALKS FOR CAPTAIN HOOK IN DISNEY S LIVE-ACTION PETER PAN WENDY(Photo by Alex Bailey/©Focus Features)It certainly seems like there have been a lot of live action takes on J.M. Barrie s Peter Pan in recent years, including films as 2003 s Peter Pan (Certified Fresh at 77%), 2015 s Pan (Rotten at 27%), this year s Wendy (Rotten at 37%). One of the companies that has stayed out of the live-action Peter Pan business until this point has actually been the one that would ve seemed the most obvious choice, which is Walt Disney Pictures. Disney s 1953 animated Peter Pan is arguably the play s most famous adaptation, and that film s version of Tinker Bell became an icon for Walt Disney Pictures, used in various opening credit animations over the years. On top of that, Disney is very much in the ongoing process of adapting its most famous animated films into live-action ones. The live-action adaptation of Peter Pan will be called Peter Pan Wendy, and it will be directed by David Lowery, who previously directed the live remake of Pete s Dragon (Certified Fresh at 88%). We don t yet know which young actors will play the title characters (or Tinker Bell, for that matter), but this week, the news broke that Jude Law is in talks with Disney to play the villain, Captain Hook. If he signs on, he will take on a role previously played by the likes of Dustin Hoffman (Hook), Jason Isaacs (Peter Pan), and Hugh Jackman (Pan).2. THE INVISIBLE MAN DIRECTOR ALSO IN TALKS FOR RYAN GOSLING S WOLFMAN (Photo by Saeed Adyani/©Columbia Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection)Australia s Leigh Whannell is a producer, director, and screenwriter who got his start collaborating on Saw with future Aquaman director James Wan in a career arc that most recently included Universal Pictures reboot of The Invisible Man (Certified Fresh at 91%), starring Elisabeth Moss. That film happened after Universal Pictures scrapped their previous Dark Universe plans for rebooting their classic monsters, which would have included Johnny Depp starring in The Invisible Man and rumors of Dwayne Johnson possibly starring in Wolfman. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic happening just as The Invisible Man was opening in theaters, the film was otherwise a financial success, so Univeral Pictures is moving forward with similar reboots, including Wolfman. Just about a month ago, the news broke that Ryan Gosling was the studio s top choice to star in Wolfman, and it now appears that Gosling has indeed signed on, as Universal Pictures is in talks with Leigh Whannell about writing and directing Wolfman to continue the thread between The Invisible Man and their ambitious werewolf movie. Whannell and Gosling have reportedly wanted to work with each other for some time. 3. OPRAH WINFREY LAUNCHES PARTNERSHIP TO ADAPT PULITZER PRIZE-WINNING THE 1619 PROJECT (Photo by Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection)Last year, The New York Times Magazine began a new series called The 1619 Project, named after the arrival of the first ship of enslaved Africans to the coast of the colony of Virginia. Producer Oprah Winfrey is now collaborating with Lionsgate and The New York Times on a series of feature films and television projects that will be based on The 1619 Project. Journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones won the 2020 Pulitzer Prize for The 1619 Project, and she will be a key participant in the projects Oprah Winfrey has planned. It is not yet known which of the true stories documented in The 1619 Project will be adapted as feature films, but the Variety s news item references titles like, America Wasn t a Democracy Until Black Americans Made It One and American Capitalism is Brutal: You Can Trace That to a Plantation. The 1619 Project scope will reportedly include multiple feature films, TV series, documentaries, and other cross-platform content for a global audience. 4. MAZE RUNNER AND JOJO RABBIT STARS SOUGHT FOR PETER FARRELLY S NEXT FILM(Photo by Dee Cercone, Elizabeth Goodenough/Everett Collection)Before winning an Academy Award for Best Picture for Green Book (Certified Fresh at 77%), director Peter Farrelly was probably best known for comedies like Dumb and Dumber and There s Something About Mary. For his next film, Farrelly is returning to the 1960s setting of Green Book with an adaptation of the non-fiction book The Greatest Beer Run Ever, about a young man who traveled to Vietnam to reunite with friends who were soldiers in the war. The first actor to sign on for The Greatest Beer Run Ever a few weeks ago was Viggo Mortensen, who also starred in Green Book. This week, Mortensen was reportedly joined by Dylan O Brien, one of the stars of MTV s Teen Wolf (who s speculated but not confirmed to be playing the lead role). For the female lead, producers are also reportedly eyeing Jojo Rabbit co-star Thomasin McKenzie, but she s not signed yet.5. TIFFANY HADDISH WILL TRAVEL TO AFRICA TO BE CROWNED HOMECOMING QUEEN (Photo by Michele K. Short/Universal Pictures)Once a separate Hollywood studio, the former DreamWorks SKG, co-founded by Steven Spielberg, has in recent years been divided a few times over, with the live-action production company now being called Amblin Partners (not to be confused with Spielberg s own Amblin Entertainment). Some of the recent films produced by Amblin Partners have included First Man, Best Picture Oscar-winner Green Book, and ten-time Academy Award nominee 1917. Amblin Partners is now developing a comedy for Tiffany Haddish (Girls Trip, Night School) called Homecoming Queen to be written by Raamla Mohamed, a TV writer who s worked on Scandal and Little Fires Everywhere. Haddish will star in and also produce Homecoming Queen, which is reportedly inspired by Haddish s own experience traveling to Africa thinking she was royalty, only to find out that that designation means something completely different there. Other upcoming movies that share an African royalty theme include Eddie Murphy s sequel Coming 2 America (12/18/2020) and Marvel s Black Panther II (5/6/2022).6. JANELLE MONAE S ACTIVELY PETITIONING TO BE MARVEL S STORM IN X-MEN REBOOT (Photo by Elizabeth Goodenough/Everett Collection)Most sites reporting on movie development news try to avoid stories that hew too close to rumors, but every once in a while, a big enough star will actively campaign for a role that it will inevitably become a story, even if there s no deal in negotiation. The most recent example of this came just this week from singer and actress Janelle Monáe (Moonlight, Hidden Figures), whose horror film Antebellum is among those that would have originally been released in theaters if not for the COVID-19 pandemic. In a recent interview, Monáe revealed that one of the roles she hopes to take on is the mutant superhero Storm of Marvel s X-Men, who has previously been played in film by both Halle Berry and Alexandra Shipp (in X-Men: Apocalypse). Monáe said she brought it up while talking to director Ryan Coogler (currently working on Black Panther II, scheduled for 5/6/2022). It s worth noting that Marvel Studios has not yet announced when any o
Watch: Makeup artist John Caglione Jr. and 42 Entertainment CEO Susan Bonds on creating the look of the Joker, and revealing it to the world.In 2019, Rotten Tomatoes turns 21, and to mark the occasion we’re celebrating the 21 Most Memorable Moments from the movies over the last 21 years. In this special video series, we speak to the actors and filmmakers who made those moments happen, revealing behind-the-scenes details of how they came to be and diving deep into why they’ve stuck with us for so long. Once we’ve announced all 21, it will be up to you, the fans, to vote for which is the most memorable moment of all. In this episode of our ‘21 Most Memorable Moments’ series, makeup artist John Caglione Jr. and Susan Bonds, CEO of 42 Entertainment, break down how the iconic look of Heath Ledger s Joker came to be, and how it was first shown to the world.VOTE FOR THIS MOMENT IN OUR 21 MOST MEMORABLE MOVIE MOMENTS POLLThe Movie: The Dark Knight (2008) 94%It may not have kicked off a cinematic universe, but there’s no denying that Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight is among the most important superhero movies ever made – and some would say one of the most important movies, period. Released in the summer of 2008, just a few months after Iron Man, it would go on to earn rave reviews (Certified Fresh at 94% on the Tomatometer), make billion at the global box office, and be nominated for eight Oscars, ultimately winning for Best Sound Editing and Best Supporting Actor for Heath Ledger. It would also change the Oscars forever: the outcry over the film’s Best Picture nomination snub led to the Academy changing its rules to allow 10 nominees. We found it impossible to isolate a single moment from the film to celebrate for this series, and instead landed on Ledger’s Joker as a whole – a performance, a visual, and a legacy that feels like one mammoth moment in and of itself. And yet, not everyone was convinced the young Australian actor had what it would take to inhabit the character. Here, Susan Bonds, CEO of experiential marketing company 42 Entertainment, reveals how she worked with the filmmakers on the viral campaign that first revealed the Joker to fans, more than a year out from the film’s release – a bravura instance of viral marketing that turned the conversation around and gave fans their first taste of what was going to be one of the most incredible characters and performances to ever hit the big screen. John Caglione Jr., the makeup artist who collaborated with Ledger on the Joker, then reveals how they discovered the character’s iconic look.42 Entertainment was charged with engaging fans with the new film. (Photo by ©Warner Bros./Courtesy Everett Collection)“Remember the Joker card at the end? It was kind of like, well, who is this guy?”Susan Bonds: “One of the first things that our chief creative Alex Lieu suggested to me is go to read The Killing Joke, and go read The Long Halloween, and just go read some of these seminal stories that the Joker was featured in to understand his character. He was very unpredictable. He was an agent of chaos, I believe, is what the Nolans referred to him as, but he was someone who was a very compelling character as well. He had a tragic past; he had a tragic story. We started [the story of the marketing experience] from the last frame of Batman Begins: The head of the mob had been killed, Jim Gordon and Batman were kind of forging their relationship, Harvey Dent wasn t even a conversation at that point. But the Joker… remember the Joker card at the end? It was kind of like, well, who is this guy? The Joker had just barely been introduced. [We wanted to] use the Joker and lead up to TheDark Knight.To give people in Gotham City exposure to who this character might be.”“Quite frankly, the community was very split about how Heath Ledger was going to come in and play one of the most iconic villains of all time.”Bonds: It s hard for us to remember now, because, the film has been out and it s so beloved, but at the time there was a huge amount of curiosity, from fans, about this character. Another thing that we always do [when preparing a campaign], is we go on the message boards and read, and obviously there are very strong fan communities around superhero properties. There was a lot of discussion, and quite frankly, the community was very split about how Heath Ledger was going to come in and play one of the most iconic villains of all time. Jack Nicholson had put an amazing stamp on the character in the first film. And also Heath hadn t really done anything similar to this. In fact, he d done some things that were quite the opposite of this, and I think that there were a lot of questions about whether or not he could play this villain. Now we [at the company], had the benefit of seeing Heath in makeup and even the first reports off the set were just that he was absolutely just transformational. But how do you close that gap, of that uncertainty in the public vein? Of course, it s going to be a year-and-a-half before they see the film. So, one of the things that we did is we put a spotlight on that character from the beginning, and the filmmakers wanted to get out to the community the very first picture of Heath in the Joker make-up.”The first photo the world saw of Ledger s Joker. (Photo by © Warner Bros. Pictures, 42 Entertainment)“I think it took over 20 hours and 97,000 e-mails for people to reveal this image.”Bonds: “We devised a scenario where, in comic-book stores all across the country, [fans] found Joker cards that said, ‘I believe in Harvey Dent, too.’ We had put up a little teaser on the Warner Bros. site where you could find ‘I believe in Harvey Dent’ and see the campaign poster featuring Aaron Eckhart for the first time. And so they followed the cards to a URL where, essentially, they got to cast their vote and put in their e-mail address to get x and y co-ordinates, and that allowed them to take a pixel away from the campaign poster revealing the first image of the Joker. This was over year, about fifteen months, before it was coming out. It caught on fire, and I think it took over 20 hours and 97,000 e-mails for people to reveal this image. And, of course, in the process, they re putting up their own pictures of what they think it s going to be like. It really was a very, very effective and dramatic way to change the conversation. I remember having a very visceral reaction to [that first image]. I probably had the same emotional reaction most people had when they saw it. It s very intriguing. I couldn t even really tell it was Heath, you know. It definitely made me want to get more involved in the world.”The Moment: A Different Kind of JokerFrom the moment the world saw that first image of the Joker, the conversation did change. Fans were no longer skeptical: this was the unique, dark take on the character that many had been waiting for. Here was a Joker that wore clown makeup, of a kind, but was no clown. It set the tone not just for the character, but the whole film, and the marketing campaign that led up to it (including landmark activations from 42 Entertainment). Eventually, “Why So Serious?” would become a catch cry for the film – a line smeared in red across posters, repeated in trailers – and one that captured the Joker’s taunting of Batman but also the character and the movie’s taunting of the audience. But more than anything, it was that scarred, smudged, terrifying grin, with Ledger lurking somewhere beneath it, that would stick with us for years: the face of a maniac who was capable of anything. Here, Caglione explains how he and Ledger created it.“Chris brought in books of Francis Bacon paintings, these very blurry images. That really set the tone and set us in a direction of really just muting down and degrading the makeup.”John Caglione Jr.: “I think Heath was in a preliminary wardrobe fitting when I met him. And he was with Chris. And then from there, I did some sketches based on reading the script and meeting with those guys. I think that universe that Chris wanted to create was a very real universe. I went away and started doing little sketches… But it didn t really start to happen until I got to London and we started playing with makeup on Heath and experimenting with a very decaying, kind o
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(Photo by Netflix, Disney+, OWN)With an estimated 532 scripted series released in 2019, choosing the best TV to watch has become something of a chore — not to mention expensive if you re subscribing to all of the streaming services to complete the task. Narrowing the worthy award contenders is another heavy lift, and those who take on the challenge run the risk of permanently becoming one with their couch.To this, we say, Help! We re trapped in our sofas! But we re also ready to do the hard work for you.We ve looked at the top contenders for nominations in the top drama and comedy Emmy categories and noted a few other titles that may not be dominating the conversation but definitely deserve recognition. Nominations will be announced on Tuesday, July 28, and while these shows may not be among them — we think they should.Related: Rotten Tomatoes Predicts the 2020 Emmy NominationsStranger Things: Season 3 (2019) 89% | NetflixWho Stars In It: Millie Bobby Brown, Finn Wolfhard, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Noah Schnapp, Abby Glover, Maya Hawke, David Harbour, Winona Ryder, Charlie Heaton, Natalia Dyer, Joe Keery, Dacre Montgomery, Cary ElwesWhat It s About: This throwback to the age of Spielbergian 1980s genre fare centers on a group of kids who encounter ominous, supernatural goings-on in their sleepy, circa-1983 Indiana town. With the help of the local police chief and a new friend with psychokinetic abilities, they band together to investigate and fight back against an insidious entity as it threatens to turn their world upside down.Why It Deserves an Emmy: Matt and Ross Duffer s love letter to the 80s turned out to be more than just a cheeky excuse to wallow in smug nostalgia when it premiered, as Stranger Things managed to tell a compelling sci-fi/horror mystery without skimping on the underlying character work. As a result, the series has been a critical darling, and the first two seasons accordingly racked up multiple Emmy nominations, even taking home six trophies in the Creative Arts categories. That successful formula continued in season 3, which showcased outstanding ensemble work from its talented cast and built on the series larger mythology. There s also something to be said for its consistently top-notch special effects; the show just doesn t work if it can t sell the menace of the Upside Down and its evil manifestations, but it does so convincingly and with flair.The Mandalorian: Season 1 (2019) 93% | Disney+Who Stars In It: Pedro Pascal, Gina Carano, Carl Weathers, Nick Nolte, Werner Herzog, Taika Waititi, Giancarlo EspositoWhat It s About: Set in the larger Star Wars universe some time after the events of Episode VI: Return of the Jedi and before Episode VII: The Force Awakens, this space adventure follows a lone member of the titular famed order of bounty hunters who encounters an alien child on one of his assignments and decides to take him under his protection as powerful adversaries with ulterior motives are hot on their trail.Why It Deserves an Emmy: It would be easy to dismiss The Mandalorian as a blatant ploy to attract subscribers to the fledgling Disney+ streaming service — as if the Disney/Pixar/Marvel/Star Wars libraries weren t enough to begin with — but its remarkable approval rating from both critics and audiences are testament to the show s quality. Anchored by a charismatic lead in Pedro Pascal — who spends almost the entire first season obscured under a helmet, mind you — and his undeniable screen chemistry with his diminutive, puppet costar, the series immerses viewers in its unique world and grounds its otherworldly characters in thoughtful, affecting relationship dynamics. Considering the level of talent involved across the board, from creator-writer-producer Jon Favreau and writer-directors Rick Famuyiwa and Dave Filoni to folks like Deborah Chow and Taika Waititi, the latter of whom directed the outstanding season finale, it s hard not to feel like the series should take home a trophy. If nothing else, the fact that Baby Yoda not only felt like a real, living, breathing, ridiculously adorable creature, but also became a viral sensation overnight is a pretty convincing argument for at least a technical award or two.Servant: Season 1 (2019) 83% | Apple TV+Who Stars In It: Lauren Ambrose, Toby Kebbell, Nell Tiger Free, Rupert GrintWhat It s About: Philly couple Dorothy and Sean Turner (Ambrose and Kebbell) are reeling after the death of infant son Jericho, with Dorothy turning to a therapeutic baby doll to deal with her grief. When a mysterious stranger enters their home – and the doll suddenly springs to life (or does it?) – things get very, very creepy.Why It Deserves an Emmy: In the up-and-down career of M. Night Shyamalan, Apple TV+’s Servant is among the peaks. Shyamalan executive produced the series and directed two episodes, and his expert sense of slow-moving dread is the show’s signature. Never truly scary, but always unsettlingly “off,” the Certified Fresh 10-parter may progress too glacially for some, but patient viewers will be rewarded with some of the last year’s best WTF moments, a moving dive into parental grief, and an embarrassment of great performances. Ambrose in particular is in top form as Dorothy, the grieving, delusional, and occasionally hysterical mother, and she is well-matched by the mesmerizingly quiet Free, whom Game of Thrones fans will remember as ill-fated Marcella Baratheon and who here plays the “servant” who could hold the answer to the family’s big mystery.Sex Education: Season 2 (2020) 98% | NetflixWho Stars In It: Asa Butterfield, Gillian Anderson, Ncuti Gatwa, Emma Mackey, Patricia Allison, Keda Williams-Stirling, Mikael Persbrandt, Connor SwindellsWhat It s About: An awkward, virginal British high schooler (Butterfield) finds himself following in his sex therapist mother’s footsteps when fellow students begin turning to him for advice on everything from performance anxiety to the intricacies of oral sex. Egged on by bad-girl-with-a-heart-of-gold Maeve (Mackey) and gay best friend Eric (Gatwa), he begins charging for sex therapy sessions.Why It Deserves an Emmy: For evidence that high school shows have come a long way since 90210, turn to Sex Education, one of a number of blisteringly smart, emotionally mature, and consistently surprising school-focused series Netflix has put out over the last couple of years. (Never Have I Ever and On My Block are right up there with it.) What makes Sex Education Emmy-worthy in its second year is that it successfully grew upon its already pitch-perfect first season, handing more of the narrative spotlight over to Maeve (this season dealing with her recovering-addict mom), and to Eric, whose complex attraction to school bully Adam is one of the most beautifully and honestly captured relationships currently on TV. He also remains hilarious. And then of course there’s Anderson as sex therapist and (occasionally) concerned mother Jean Milburn, who is as delicious as she was in season 1 when mortifying Otis with frank sex talk, but gets even more to do in this sophomore outing, including battling the stuffy school principal and liberating his repressed wife – mostly with cocktails. Give her all the Emmys.Evil: Season 1 (2019) 92% | CBSWho Stars In It: Katja Herbers, Mike Colter, Aasif Mandvi, Michael Emerson, Christine LahtiWhat It s About: This update to the X-Files’ skeptic-and-believer-pairing procedural sees a psychologist (Herbers) teaming up with a priest-in-training (Colter) to investigate unexplained and seemingly supernatural happenings – most involving heaven, hell, and the church.Why It Deserves an Emmy: Created by The Good Wife and The Good Fight creators Michelle and Robert King, Evil bears the duo’s signatures: It is crazy-smart, mixes fascinating cases-of-the-week with a compelling season-long plot, and is driven by two complex and frequently unpredictable protagonists – neither painted as purely good or… well, evil. What sets Evil apart from nearly anything else on major network TV right now, though, is its flair for the bizarre. (Another feature of the Kings’ – remember the short-lived Brain Dead?) Consider George, the glowing-eyed and strangely eloquent demon who alternately terrorizes and converses with Herber’s Kristen Bouchard in her dreams. Or the series’ villain, manipulative rival forensic psychologist and maybe-not-human, Leland, played by Lost’s Emerson. The actor is the show’s strongest chance at an Emmy nod, but we’re praying – to the good guy – that the overall show gets some love, too.Little America: Season 1 (2020) 95% | Apple TV+Who Stars In It: Conphidance, Haaz Sleiman, Mélanie Laurent, Shaun Taub, Jearnest CorchadoWhat It s About: This Apple TV+ anthology series tells a different story of immigration in American with each episode. The stories are inspired by those featured in Epic Magazine’s Little America collection of true stories.Why It Deserves an Emmy: All eyes at Apple HQ will likely be on The Morning Show come nominations morning, with the mega-budget, mega-star series likely to score nods despite the critical shrug with which it was greeted. (The series is just Fresh on the Tomatometer right now.) In a perfect world, though, those eyes – and all that campaign money – would be directed at Little America, one of 2020’s most beautifully realized and emotionally affecting new titles. And probably the strongest of Apple’s original offerings so far. The show is co-created by The Big Sick writers Emily V. Gordon and Kumail Nanjiani (along with Lee Eisenberg), and that film’s sense of humanity, empathy, humor, and warmth ripples through its eight episodes. It may not have the star wattage of Apple TV+’s flagship, but Little America deserves its moment in the light.David Makes Man: Season 1 (2019) 100% | OWNWho Stars In It: Akili McDowell, Alana Arenas, Phylicia Rashad, Nathaniel Logan McIntyre, Ade Chike TorbertWhat It s About: Fourteen-year-old David lives in a projects complex in South Florida, where he juggles supporting his hardworking mom, succeeding at a magnet school on the other side of town, and trying not to fall in with a group of local drug dealers.Why It Deserves an Emmy: Often, when critics talk of TV having a cinematic quality, they’re talking about big-budget spectacles; Stranger Things and Game of Thrones, say, felt “cinematic” because of their scale. David Makes Man is as cinematic as any other on TV or streaming right now, but for very different reasons. Created by Tarell Alvin McCraney, who wrote that play that was adapted into Oscar winner Moonlight, the series is a semi-autobiographical look at his formative years, told with a confidence, inventiveness, and a daring usually reserved for only the most lyrical of indie films. Which is not to say David is inaccessible or obtuse: The story that unfolds over its 10 episodes is a gripping and relatable tug of war, and at its center sits a fierce and star-making turn from McDowell as David. Season 1 of the OWN series is now available on HBO Max, and we’re confident that as more people discover it, the show’s 2021 chances for Emmy glory will rise exponentially.Dark: Season 2 (2019) 100% | NetflixWho Stars In It: Louis Hofmann, Lisa Vicari, Maja Schöne, Andreas Pietschmann, Karoline Eichhorn, Jördis Triebel, Paul Lux, Moritz Jahn, Gina Stiebitz, Oliver MasucciWhat It s About: Officially, it’s about the disappearance of two young children in the small German town of Winden and the double lives and fractures the incident exposes between four families. But you’ll quickly learn it’s so much more than that – thinking caps on, and pay attention.Why It Deserves an Emmy: Why does Dark deserve all the Emmys we know it doesn’t stand a child’s-chance-in-Winden of winning? Because it did the seemingly impossible with its Emmys-eligible second season: It’s a complex, mind-bending, brilliantly confounding sci-fi phenomenon that actually just got better upon its return. The German series’ second season is 100% Certified Fresh and deservedly so, having expanded on the first season’s signature thrills and atmosphere, fleshed out its rich mythology, upped its levels of ambition, and all while never losing focus on character and emotion. There’s a reason Dark fans are so hardcore (yes, guys, we see you voting on those polls): this German gem is that damn good. And, as anyone who has seen the just-released third and final season knows, Dark also sticks the landing. Watch out Emmys 2021.What We Do in the Shadows: Season 2 (2020) 98% | FXWho Stars In It: Matt Berry, Kayvan Novak, Natasia Demetriou, Harvey Guillen, Mark ProkschWhat It s About: A suburban comedy about four Staten Island roommates — who are vampires. The series, shot like a reality show with interviews and asides made to the ever-vulnerable camera crew, is based on the 96% Certified Fresh 2014 movie of the same name that starred film and series creators Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi.Why It Deserves an Emmy: Stars Berry, Novak, and Demetriou bring the undead to hilarious life in tackling the trials and tribulations of the modern-day vampire, with Proksch portraying the fourth roommate, an energy vampire, who sucks the life out of every party office workplace every house meeting of his bloodsucker roommates, and Guillen is Guillermo, the overtaxed and underappreciated human familiar of vampire Nandor (Novak). Few ensemble comedies can reach such heights of ridiculous and sublime with such seeming ease. We re so sure that this unlikely award candidate deserves an Emmy, in fact, that we actually bet the Television Academy will grace it with a nomination.The Great: Season 1 (2020) 88% | HuluWho Stars In It: Elle Fanning, Nicholas Hoult, Phoebe Fox, Sacha Dhawan, Charity Wakefield, Adam GodleyWhat It s About: This semi-true series focuses on a young newly married Catherine The Great s first days in Russia before she deposed her husband on her way to becoming one of the most celebrated monarchs in history.Why It Deserves an Emmy: The Favourite co-writer Tony McNamara proved in his Oscar-nominated script about Queen Anne that he could deftly navigate dark comedy and drama while operating within the confines of a historical tale. For his new Hulu series The Great, he applies that award-winning formula to the ascension of Russian Empress Catherine the Great. The result is a hilarious satire that feels eerily topical despite being set more than 200 years in the past. Hoult, who was equally as entertaining in The Favourite, shines as the oafish and debauched Emperor married to the guileless-turned-ruthless Catherine, played by Fanning. The lavish costumes and production design serve as a stark contrast the obscurity of those forced to bend to the whim of an incompetent leader who values perceptions of strength and being liked over trying to govern responsibly. Still, there is cutting and poignant social commentary about feminism, trust in scientific fact, and the folly of war between all the laughs. As the disclaimer states in the opening credits, The Great is an occasionally true story — it s also eternally fun and more than worthy of awards for several categories.Mindhunter: Season 2 (2019) 99% | NetflixWho Stars In It: Jonathan Groff, Holt McCallany, Anna TorvWhat It s About: A child s murder propels season 2 of Mindhunter, the serial killer series set in the late ’70s and early ’80s about the development of the FBI s criminal profiling division. The second season explored the work of serial killer Wayne Williams in the case that would become known as the Atlanta Child Murders. The series was created by The Road screenwriter Joe Penhall with executive producers including Gone Girl director David Fincher and Oscar-winning actress Charlize Theron. Fincher also directed the first three episodes of the season.Why It Deserves an Emmy: A wealth of talent from creators to stars and beyond make this Netflix series a cinematic-quality drama. Its already-impressive Tomatometer score improved from season 1 to season 2 to a Certified Fresh 98%. Season 1 scored at least one nomination: Cameron Britton for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series for his role as serial killer Edmund Kemper (the Co-ed Killer ). That the series second season and its stars aren t considered favorites for a nomination is one of the biggest crimes of Emmy season.The Boys: Season 1 (2019) 84% | Amazon Prime VideoWho Stars In It: Jack Quaid, Karl Urban, Antony Starr, Elisabeth Shue, Erin Moriarty, Jessie T. Usher, Dominique McElligott, Chace Crawford, Nathan Mitchell, Laz Alonso, Tomer Kapon, Karen FukuharaWhat It s About: The Boys imagines a world in which superheroes are drunk on their own powers and are used as assets bought, sold, and rented out by a corporate overseer. A rag-tag group of vigilantes take on The Seven, as the main superhero team is known, to lethal and often hilarious ends.Why It Deserves an Emmy: There isn t an Emmy for Badass ? That s a shame, because The Boys is the most inventive ensemble adventure to come to screens — small or large — possibly ever (sorry, Avengers). Its subversion of the comic book world s superhero tropes calls for recognition beyond Comic-Con cosplay and fanboy/girl obsession.
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The Directors Guild of America have announced the nominees for the 2019 Directors Guild Awards, honoring outstanding directorial achievements across film and television. There were few surprises in the film categories, as recent Golden Globe winner Alfonso Cuarón, Spike Lee, and Bradley Cooper earned nods for Roma, BlacKkKlansman, and A Star Is Born, respectively. Cooper also scored a nomination in the First-Time Feature Film category, however, alongside Eighth Grade s Bo Burnham and Sorry to Bother You s Boots Riley, among others. In TV, both Atlanta and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel score multiple nominations in the Comedy Series category, while mainstays like Homeland and The Americans were joined by The Handmaid s Tale, Ozark, and new HBO series Succession. Winners will be announced on Feb. 2 in a ceremony in Hollywood; read through for the full list of nominees below.Feature Film
The story is also not a direct translation of Huxley’s 1932 novel. While this may dismay some AP English literature teachers, Ehrenreich is here for it.“I ve been a part of a few things now that are adapted from books and other source material, and I think the most important thing is to find a way to express the central essence of the thing,” he said. “A lot of times, just strictly, they’re different mediums. So just being overly faithful to it ends up being a pretty boring movie or series, because you can get across a feeling or an idea in a book in a way you can t in a film necessarily.“I think the best way to serve the original source material is to change it to make it vivid and alive for the medium it s now it,” he said.Working with the actor bring the material to life are costars Harry Lloyd (Game of Thrones) as grasping Alpha counselor Bernard Marx, Jessica Brown Findlay (Downton Abbey) as disillusioned Beta Lenina Crowne, Joseph Morgan as Epsilon CJack60, Kylie Bunbury (When They See Us) as Beta party girl Frannie, and Hannah John-Kamen (Ant-Man and the Wasp) as Alpha master of ceremonies Wilhelmina Helm Watson.(Photo by Steve Schofield/Peacock)The show also is one of several bullet points on Ehrenreich’s resume that highlight parts where he plays people who have fraught relationships with parents or authoritarian figures. See also: the movie Blue Jasmine or Matt Wolf’s documentary based on the Jon Savage (coincidentally) book, Teenage: The Creation of Youth Culture.Ehrenreich laughed when asked if this was intentional on his part and said he never thought about it much. But he also said it was almost inevitable because “if you’re playing a really deeply written and full character who’s under 35, their psychology, their worldview is very influenced” by parental figures and “it’s maybe more present in the story.”(Photo by © Lucasfilm/ © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Brave New World marks another major science fiction project for Ehrenreich. Does he have a particular passion for that genre?“Not in and of itself,” he said. “I love the universe of Star Wars; I think that world is this incredible, mythological-rooted and incredibly imaginative world that George Lucas created,” he said, adding that Brave New World is very different.“This is sci-fi being used to hold a mirror up to our world, he explained. This is not about an escape into another world. This is about exaggerating undercurrents of the world we live in so that we can see them and experience them more vividly.”Brave New World premieres on Peacock on Wednesday, July 15.
Stewart is also playing a big role as a producer in shaping this bold new adventure into unexplored Trek future. Patrick didn t want to put handcuffs on us in a way by saying I don t wanna do this, and I don t wanna do that,' Kurtzman said. He said, I want you to have the freedom to explore this character from a new perspective, and I will always know in my gut if it feels like something he would or wouldn t do. And that s a conversation that we have as we re building it scene-to-scene. We ve started to internalize his thinking about Picard. And because that conversation is literally daily, either on email or in the room in person, I think we feel confident that we re making choices that he would be happy with. And is happy with, because ultimately he s a producer on the show too and he gets as much of a say. The first thing that we all said is it has to feel grounded, he continued. No matter what choices we re making about portraying the future, it has to feel grounded. Because I think one of the things people have loved so much about Next Gen is that it is a very emotional, thoughtful, grounded piece of entertainment. The easy thing to do is come up with, you know, crazy floating skyscrapers and all the cliches of science-fiction, and we ve tried to avoid that across the board. So, in the production design, in the look of it and in the feel of it, it s always about the small, intimate, personal details that you can still connect to now even though it s taking place so far in the future. Development is well underway with shooting, starting in April, occurring in America, Kurtzman said. Given his eight-month estimate for effects on an episode, the earliest the series might hit would be in early to mid-2020.But Kurtzman wasn t willing to give up all his secrets; he confirmed that the destruction of Romulus plays into the new Picard storyline, but when asked how, he replied, No way. Click here to read what Kurtzman had to say about other titles in Star Trek s expanding universe: Star Trek: Discovery spin-off about Section 31 starring Michelle Yeoh and animated series Star Trek: Lower Decks.Reporting by Sophie-Marie Prime
For the inaugural episode of Couch Tomatoes, Rotten Tomatoes gathered a critics brain trust to debate their selection of winners for this year s Emmy Awards. Rotten Tomatoes host Naz Perez reveals Rotten Tomatoes picks and gets the awards scoop on all the biggest Emmys stories from TV Guide s Malcolm Venable, Fandango s Nikki Novak, and IndieWire s Ben Travers. Want to know if Game of Thrones is going to ride its 32 nominations to a sweep of the major Drama categories? Will Julia Louis-Dreyfus become the most decorated actor in Emmys history? And who will win Best Actor in a Limited Series, the most competitive of the night s major contests: Jared Harris for Chernobyl or Jharrel Jerome for When The See Us?Couch Tomatoes is Rotten Tomatoes brand-new TV- and streaming-focused show. With each episode, we will tackle the hottest trending topics and biggest TV and streaming news and moments, dive deep into a major series or event, and provide Fresh picks of great shows to help you cut through the clutter and only binge the best.The 71st Emmy Awards ceremony airs live on Sunday, September 22 on Fox.Click here for a printable ballot (complete with Tomatometer scores!) you can use on the big night.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.