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8.11.6 1月喜迎面对LOL手游的无力感,很多竞争对手也抓住了时机开始搞各种""小动作"",在腾讯内部,我们可以看到《王者荣耀》最近版本更新是一波接着一波,还要推出王者IP的新手游,明显是想要在LOL手游国服上线之前再收割一波市场。
Jack Black, Awkwafina, and Karen Gillan Create a Jumanji: The Next Level Theme Song Plus, learn the cast's weaknesses (they include eye contact and Diet Coke) and find out who Danny DeVito thinks would win a game of Nightcrawlers between Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart. by RT Staff | December 10, 2019 | Comments
DNF手游是大家耳闻能详的“鸽王之王”游戏,如果在今年还不能够上线的话,那么它将会喜迎一个“内测七周年”称号,简直是霸气侧漏!DNF手游虽然一直没有上线,但是玩家们都知道,它的手游体验服还是非常活跃的,但就在不久前体验服迎来了长达五六个月的删档!就当玩家以为官方终于有大动作时,体验服竟然又悄悄地上线?这波操作属实让众多玩家一脸懵逼,简直像删了一个寂寞!

自从手游《哈利波特:魔法觉醒》(以下简称哈利波特手游)公测以来,很多玩家都沉浸于哈利波特手游另类的卡牌玩法和高度还原的剧情中,但除了玩法和剧情之外,哈利波特手游爆火还离不开游戏独特的美术风格。
作为实力主播的然哥,估计后续还会给我们带来各种英雄的玩法和操作,还有最值得我们期待的内容,就是大家都在期待的国服了,一旦LOL手游上线以后,其中也会更新各种内容,而大家也可以看到。实际上,现在外服的人气大幅度降低,而从三月份公布的所有游戏的名单中来看,并没有LOL手游,这才是最大的问题,你们觉得LOL手游真的会拖到7月份才上线吗?希望大家可以耐心等待,毕竟是一款值得玩一玩的好游戏。
TapTap这个视频里讲的一些个东西,可能现在新生代玩家感受还不是那么强烈,比如手游的盗版,这个东西或许你们没什么实感,还有卖榜单的这个事情,但在我这个2013年左右入行的人而言,真的是感同身受,且深恶痛绝的。
如果大家想要体验这款游戏的话,个人建议还是从手游入手比较合适,毕竟这种简化之后的玩法,也会让大家理解游戏的操作更加简单一点。
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Finding those key story threads was television series creator A.C. Bradley, who relished the chance to remix key MCU moments.“Going into this process, I was already a pretty diehard Marvel fan. I ve probably seen the movies on repeat a dozen times a piece,” she said. She also had access to every script draft of every film back to Iron Man. Combing through all that story material, it became apparent to center the series as character-first. The T’Challa episode, for example, illustrates how different the cosmos would be if his spirit and sense of empathy was out among the stars. Getting a strong sense of character also meant the show could be playful with the MCU.“After we figured out what we wanted to say with the character, how to play around with the icon, [we could ask,] ‘OK, how many Easter eggs, how many pieces of the world can we pull in? How do we remix this?’” she said. “One of my favorite things to do with all pieces of modern media is say, ‘How do we take what we know, and deconstruct it? Whether it be a character and action sequence, a world, where s the something new to say? And what do we want to say? (Photo by Courtesy of Marvel Studios)In the opening trio of stories, the results of playing with the MCU canon lead to a less-buttoned down Peggy, Korath the Pursuer as someone’s No. 1 Fan, and a truly compelling mystery in the third episode – a story Bradley jokingly referred to as “Law and Order: MCU.”Buoying the playfulness is the cast. Nearly everyone who ever played a named Marvel character in a Marvel Studios picture returned to lend their voice to a What If ? counterpart.“I was afraid to get nobody, to be honest with you,” Winderbaum said. “And in my wildest dreams, I thought maybe we get 50 percent. The fact that we got like 85, 90 percent of the talent to return is insane, first and foremost. And I think it s because in most cases they kind of got the concept and were excited to play with their character. Wait til you meet [Chris Hemsworth as] Party Thor!”In a handful of cases, though, in which actors were unavailable or (as Dave Bautista alleges) never had the chance to record, the production looked to seasoned actors like Lake Bell not to be sound-a-likes, but embody the characters with slightly different takes.“We were more concerned with getting good actors who would create three-dimensional performances, than we were with nailing the voice,” Winderbaum said. “If you can t deliver the emotional depth that the performance requires, people aren t going to experience empathy for the character.”Bell’s take on a certain character is particularly striking … but we’ll let you discover who she plays once the credits role.In addition to Atwell, Boseman, and Hemsworth, the MCU stars reprising their roles include: Andy Serkis, Angela Bassett, Benedict Cumberbatch, Benedict Wong, Benicio Del Toro, Bradley Whitford, Carrie Coon, Chris Sullivan, Clancy Brown, Clark Gregg, Cobie Smulders, Danai Gurira, David Dastmalchian, Djimon Hounsou, Dominic Cooper, Don Cheadle, Emily VanCamp, Evangeline Lilly, Frank Grillo, Georges St-Pierre, Jaimie Alexander, Jeff Goldblum, Jeremy Renner, John Kani, Jon Favreau, Josh Brolin, Karen Gillan, Kat Dennings, Kurt Russell, Leslie Bibb, Mark Ruffalo, Michael B. Jordan, Michael Douglas, Michael Rooker, Natalie Portman, Neal McDonough, Ophelia Lovibond, Paul Bettany, Paul Rudd, Rachel House, Rachel McAdams, Samuel L. Jackson, Sean Gunn, Sebastian Stan, Seth Green, Stanley Tucci, Taika Waititi, Tilda Swinton, Toby Jones, Tom Hiddleston, and Tom Vaughan-Lawlor.

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Ghcxuf One year after an animated Yeti film opened we get…another animated Yeti film. More on that connection later. For now, the domestic numbers may not be spectacular for Universal, but they did manage to grab box office attention for a week by taking the #1 slot this weekend. Big drops abound for last week’s releases, even as many in the top 10 seek some personal milestones.King of the Crop: Abominable Wins with Lowest September Debut Since 2013(Photo by Universal Pictures)Abominable was indeed the winner this weekend with a .5 million start. That is the lowest debut for a September release since the weekend of Sept. 6-8, 2013, when Riddick began with .03 million. This month has always been a better one for animated films than August has ever been with the first two Hotel Transylvanias and the Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs films opening between -49 million for the best four animated openings ever. But Abominable’s start falls behind Open Season, Storks, and last year’s Smallfoot. History has shown that an animated opening over million can still get you over million (as both The Boxtrolls and Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole can attest) but that is not great for a million production like Abominable. Even Smallfoot (which cost million) grossed .2 million domestic and another 0 million overseas, and it still came up in the red. Abominable has grossed a total of million so far.The Top 10 and Beyond: Downton Abbey and Rambo: Last Blood Drop Significantly, Judy Aims for an OscarLast week’s historic #1 for Focus Features, Downton Abbey, fell 57% this weekend to second place with .2 million. No worries, though, as it now has the 17th best September total ever after 10 days with .5 million and finds itself ahead of both The Maze Runner and Eagle Eye, which grossed 2.42 1.44 million, respectively. We’ll see if it can maintain that pace through next weekend, but it is looking good that it will become Focus’ all-time highest domestic grosser. It is over 7 million worldwide as well.Also making a run for the 0 million finish line is Hustlers, which moved back up to third place with .4 million. That is higher than the .7 million that The Equalizer grossed in its third weekend, which brought its 17-day total to .8 million. Hustlers is currently at .6 million and The Equalizer finished with 1.5 million. Approaching the 0 million line is It: Chapter Two which held on to fourth place with .4 million. It has grossed over 7 million worldwide.(Photo by 20th Century Fox)Last week’s other big releases are not doing as well with their drops. James Gray’s Ad Astra fell 47% to .1 million, putting it squarely between The Lego Ninjago Movie and Resident Evil: Retribution after ten days. That suggests a final gross someone in the vicinity of -55 million. The -100 million budgeted film has grossed million worldwide to date. Then, over to Sylvester Stallone and Rambo: Last Blood, which fell even further at 55%, putting its total at .1 million. That puts the macho man just ahead of female-led hits Easy A and A Simple Favor, though Rambo’s second weekend is more than million behind nearly both of them, meaning their million grosses are out of reach. To come full circle, it is just a couple million ahead of Riddick which, like the fourth Rambo film, finished between -43 million.Roadside Attractions is having a pretty solid weekend themselves. First off they debuted Renee Zellweger in Judy in the first step to securing that Oscar nomination for her. In 461 theaters, the film finished in 7th place with million. Why is that a significant number? Well, only four other films since 2000 have opened between 400-499 theaters and grossed that much. Among those four were Baahubali 2: The Conclusion (.43 million), Closer (.7), Sicko (.5) and No Manches Frida 2 (.8). Only the latter grossed less than million, so this suggests promise for Judy s eventual expansion and becoming one of Roadside’s biggest grossers to date. That would make two of their films entering their all-time top five in 2019, along with The Peanut Butter Falcon, which, in a real upset, has now won the battle between the festival darlings of the summer. With million in the bank, it has now surpassed A24’s The Farewell from Sundance (.4 million) as the highest grossing fest acquisition.This Time Last Year: Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish Laugh It up in Night School(Photo by Eli Joshua Ade/Universal Pictures)Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish defeated the animated yeti for the top spot as Night School grossed .25 million to Smallfoot’s .04 million, even if the latter would go on to outgross the former. Lionsgate’s Hell Fest opened a month for Halloween and paid the price with just a .13 million start. Funimation’s anime My Hero Academia: Two Heroes was just in 508 theaters but still opened in 11th place with .38 million. While all the anticipation is on Greta Gerwig’s adaptation this holiday, there was nevertheless a 2018 version of Little Women, which opened to just 5,063 in 643 theaters. Night School represented 29.58% of the Top Ten gross of .14 million though the films averaged just 51.8% with critics. This year’s Top Ten grossed an estimated .17 Million and averaged 68.2%. 😈😈

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ag体育在线 Sitcoms often have clear formulas, including what themes they cover and what they usually get away with, and shows that go outside the norm are a big gamble, like The Simpsons, or Disney s weirdest show ever, Dinosaurs.A sitcom about your average American family, except they are dinosaurs living in prehistoric times. The dad has a blue-collar job pushing trees, his kids disrespect him, and his boss belittles him. Though most people today would remember the show for the cute baby dinosaur with the funny catchphrase, Dinosaurs also dealt with some heavy subjects, and traumatized an entire generation with one of the most shocking finales in sitcom history.Now that Dinosaurs is now streaming on Disney+, here are a few reasons you should watch this weird TV show.1. IT WAS A PUPPETRY MARVEL(Photo by ©Jim Henson Company/courtesy Everett Collection)Sesame Street and The Muppet Show debuted decades earlier, but Dinosaurs was still a groundbreaking TV show in terms of puppetry. The animatronics were life-size, and almost each character came in a different shape and size, which wasn t easy to make. But as executive producer Brian Henson — pictured above right with co-executive producer Michael Jacobs in the ’90s — told Rotten Tomatoes, the novelty made it easier for the team to push the limits on what could be done. Dinosaurs was a sort of progression from the work we did on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,” Henson said. “Instead of having each individual hair move with a control, the puppeteers can push a button to control an entire expression, like surprise or joy. The characters in Dinosaurs range from small talking food that lives on the fridge and is controlled by hand puppets, to giant Brontosaurus named Monica who you only see from the neck up. It was certainly a joy, but you watch the puppeteers work and you realize that nothing like this has been done, showrunner Jacobs told us. Even the giant, elaborate sets had to be built differently to accommodate the puppeteers. 2. IT WASN T AFRAID TO GET REAL(Photo by © Jim Henson Productions/courtesy Everett Collection)At one point in their runs, almost every sitcom starts doing special episodes that are mostly morality tales ending with a very clear message about a current topic, from drugs, to sex, to stealing. But Dinosaurs went beyond that, and tackled mature subjects by weaving them into seemingly innocent storylines about dinosaurs. We got away with a lot of things because the show was about dinosaurs, Henson said. That way we could be a reflection of society rather than a direct attack. If the show was about humans, it would have been preachy, but with dinosaurs, it s funny. Indeed, Dinosaurs pushed many mature topics that ’90s kids weren t used to seeing on TV. An episode in season 2 ended up sort of encouraging drug experimentation while still working as both a preachy anti-drug episode, and a parody of similar anti-drug episodes. We even did several episodes about war and religion, and just about any controversial topic we could think of, Jacobs said. But the characters were so lovable that the audience tolerated it. 3. IT DID BABY YODA BEFORE IT WAS COOL(Photo by © Jim Henson Productions/courtesy Everett Collection)It wasn t just that the characters were lovable, but that the show had a star in the making. Three decades before The Mandalorian’s Grogu (aka, Baby Yoda ) melted our hearts and became a pop-culture phenomenon, there was Baby Sinclair. The youngest member of the family didn t even have a name, but he certainly had charisma, character, and great catchphrases. Kids from the ’90s may even recognize the voice of the Baby Sinclair as that of Elmo, Kevin Clash. As long as the baby hit his father over the head with a pot, we were able to do anything, Jacobs said. We were able to cloak topicality with what was basically vaudeville. Almost every episode would have the baby hit his father on the head and call him not the mama! a catchphrase originating in the fact that the baby refuses to acknowledge his father. The result was a breakout character that even got his own theme song within the show, with a music video appearing on the show s version of MTV. While we wait for the next season of The Mandalorian, you can watch four seasons of another puppet being cute and kind of a bully, only this one won t force choke you.The Baby Yoda comparison isn t lost on Henson, who thanks the resurgence of practical effects in big-budget productions for the success of Grogu. A decade ago, Hollywood was over relying on CGI and making everything on the computer, Henson said. But now they re realizing that you need that physicality to make the character feel real, and Baby Yoda feels real, like our baby did. 4. IT REMAINS JUST AS RELEVANT(Photo by © Jim Henson Productions/courtesy Everett Collection)Though Dinosaurs sometimes dove into mature subjects like sexuality and drugs, there was one theme that was always present in the show: environmentalism. From the very beginning, the idea of the show was that the domestication of dinosaurs was what caused them to go extinct, which meant that they could always call into question people s behavior and how we are destroying the world — but it s dinosaurs doing it.Dinosaurs didn t pull punches regarding modern topics, and when it came to the environment, they took off the gloves entirely and went straight for the knock-out. Many character and family names throughout the show are taken from oil companies, like Sinclair, Phillips, Hess, and the dad s boss, B.P. Richfield. Though the show remains just as funny as it did back in the ’90s, it sadly remains just as timely, something that is not lost on either Henson or Jacobs. I ve seen YouTube videos comparing Richfield and Trump, and a lot of the dialogue is almost verbatim, Jacobs said. These characterizations and what we were able to do certainly mirror, if not the reality, then certainly what would become the reality. Henson added: It s a bit depressing. It s great that the show is still popular, but sad that we still are facing the same problems we did back then, and not much has changed. 5. THE SERIES FINALE WILL HAUNT YOUR DREAMS(Photo by © Walt Disney Television)If the show was about how little humans care for the environment and how they take everything for granted, then the finale was all about bringing the themes of the show to their inevitable climax: mass extinction. That s right, a kid-friendly show about a family of dinosaurs ends with everyone freezing to death as the ice age is brought upon by none other than the dad, Earl Sinclair (voiced by Stuart Pankin). I got a call from the president of ABC at the time saying over my dead body are you killing that baby dinosaur, and I told him to get the encyclopedia and find the word extinct,' Jacobs recalled. But the idea was that, as much as we think we know of the world, we may be utterly unaware of what will come for us if we are not vigilant. The final scene, in which Earl has to face his family and tell them that he screwed up, while the world enters an ice age, remains emotionally devastating for a show that featured a baby hitting his dad on the head with a pan. Not many shows end with its entire cast dead, but Dinosaurs went a step further and killed the entire planet and — supposedly — any chance of it returning.BONUS: DINOSAURS COULD BE REVIVED(Photo by © Jim Henson Productions)Though Dinosaurs has been off the air for almost 27 years, it is more relevant than ever, something that is not lost on Jacobs. He even revealed that he s been in talks for a potential return of the show. I ve been talking with Brian, and I have an idea which unfortunately is pretty dark, Jacobs said. I think we would probably have to start out pretty light and funny before going into a darker territory. But it s a very different world, it s freezing out there. When asked how he d do Dinosaurs differently in 2021, Jacobs had a clear idea in mind. It d be very topical, and we d talk a lot more about global warming and the environment, Jacobs said. Robbie and Charlene would be activists and would attack their father for what he does for a living. I think the dinner table conversations would be spectacular. I think Dinosaurs could continue and not miss a step. Dinosaurs is now streaming on Disney+.

The Babadook, the revenge drama The Nightingale (82%).The Full Top 10: Jul 26-28The Lion King (2019) 52% – .52 million (0.77 million total)Once Upon a Time... In Hollywood (2019) 85% – .35 million (.35 million total)Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019) 90% – .20 million (4.45 million total)Toy Story 4 (2019) 97% – .87 million (5.62 million total)Crawl (2019) 83% – .00 million (.46 million total)Yesterday (2019) 63% – .00 million (.34 million total)Aladdin (2019) 57% – .78 million (5.92 million total)Stuber (2019) 42% – .67 million (.10 million total)Annabelle Comes Home (2019) 65% – .56 million (.73 million total)The Farewell (2019) 97% – .55 million (.68 million total) Sophie-Marie Prime for Rotten Tomatoes: How did you become involved with Wayne, and what made you want to be a part of it?Reese: Sean [Simmons] created this show. He grew up in Brockton, Massachusetts, which is sort of an “other side of the tracks” kind of place. He was inspired to write a spec pilot based on a little bit of his background and watching kids in Brockton who were real tough who would get beat up by groups of bigger kids, but not back down.Wernick: You know, scripts end up on our desks quite often. This one really jumped off the page. Sean had such a distinctive voice, and that s really what you look for. There s so much out there that kind of feels the same, and it feels predictable, and this one you just — it was a page turner. It was kind of a perfect mix of tones for us, and fit into “brand,” if we were to have one, Rhett and I. We jumped at the chance to be involved.(Photo by YouTube Premium)RT: How would you describe the tone of the show, in comparison to your other projects, like Deadpool and Zombieland?Wernick: I think it s very similar. It s in and out of different tones, and it s a delicate dance. But real life, it bounces in and out of different tones; sometimes you re laughing, and sometimes you re crying, and sometimes you re getting your ass kicked, and sometimes you re kicking ass. That s real life.Heart is a big thing with all our projects. I think it s something that we try and mine because if you can get people to feel — if you can ideally get people to cry in the same episode that they re laughing — it s a pretty great accomplishment. And we think Sean, as brilliant as he is, has kind of captured that in a way that s really difficult to capture.

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