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Watch: Vin Diesel on the building-to-building jump in Furious 7 above.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, actor Vin Diesel recalls the moment that for many has come to define the Fast and Furious franchise.VOTE FOR THIS MOMENT IN OUR 21 MOST MEMORABLE MOVIE MOMENTS POLLThe Movie: Furious 7 (2015) 82%When 2001 s The Fast and the Furious began with a trio of Honda Civics lifting a shipment of now-obsolete electronics from a delivery truck, there was no way to know that the film would eventually blossom into one of the most successful action-adventure franchises ever, still going strong 18 years later. Initially characterized by smaller-scale crime stories enlivened by elements of street-racing culture, the series has established a reputation for consistently one-upping its own breathtaking stunts and spectacular, over-the-top action scenes.By the time Furious 7 premiered in 2015, the franchise had already successfully transitioned into a globetrotting blockbuster adventure series, but its beating heart lay in the friendship between one-time criminal Dom Toretto (Vin Diesel) and former FBI agent Brian O Conner (Paul Walker). Just halfway through production on the film, however, Walker tragically suffered a fatal car accident, and his death loomed large over the proceedings. Diesel recalls his first interactions with Walker and how their relationship evolved over the course of the franchise.Vin Diesel and Paul Walker in 2001 s The Fast and the Furious. “We kind of embraced that he was this L.A. kid and I was this New York kid.” We got along from the start, and we kind of embraced that he was this L.A. kid and I was this New York kid. That was kind of the fun of building that brotherhood bond. We didn t know in the first film that we would be the poster child for brotherhood, but I guess it was beginning back then. He did something very interesting that was very flattering and also made me extremely uncomfortable.I d been acting since I was seven years old, and had gotten no lead roles, no lead movies, and then I went off and directed movies and went to Cannes and went to Sundance as a director. So, because of so many years of struggle, and then finally seeing the beginnings of success by doing it myself, I was very reliant on myself. I was very opinionated.And when we did a 50-person read-through for the first time at Universal with all the top executives, the marketing, and the directors and writers more people than I d ever seen in a production meeting. We were reading the script out loud. After every other line Paul was sitting on the opposite side of this big U-shaped table set-up he d look up and stop the read-through and say, Vin, what do you think of that line? And it kind of set the stage for what our relationship was gonna be, that he had a big brother in this. This was at the read-through when we didn t know each other. We had just met one second, and I guess I was so opinionated that Paul just wanted to hear truth. He didn t want any more Hollywood bulls t; he just wanted to know if the line was right or not. And he d stop and ask me, in front of everyone. Walker and Diesel s bond remained the center of the franchise. (Photo by Giles Keyte/Universal Pictures) I m proud of every moment of every frame and every player and everybody that s contributed. It s a big part of my life, both the happy times and the severe melancholy that comes with this whole saga for me. But I m proud of every moment of every frame and every player and everybody that s contributed. Of course, there s always faults and self doubt and, you know, a plague of being a perfectionist. You obviously have your highs and lows and your more confident moments and your less confident moments.And I just thought how grateful my children were born on these movies. Every one of my kids was born during a day I was filming with Paul. The irony is, I played the big brother in the saga, and one of the most influential people sending me off into fatherhood was Paul Walker. So, it s no mystery that these movies are very sacred to me. The Moment: Cars don t fly! There is perhaps no one sequence in the Fast and Furious franchise that quite captures its freewheeling, devil-may-care sensibility as acutely as the one that takes place in Abu Dhabi midway through Furious 7. In it, Dom and Brian pilot a supercar from one skyscraper to another, and then again to the next one, smashing through windows and defying gravity in a gleeful display of impossible physics. When Diesel first read it in the script, he was surprised, but flattered.Diesel as Dom, preparing for the leap. (Photo by Universal Pictures)“It was that moment where we realized that Fast and Furious didn t need to be restricted in any way.” The first thing I can think of is, I remember going to everyone and saying, Come on. Dom can t just lift up this car, and seeing their faces look at me like I was crazy, like, Of course he can. And I m thinking, Oh my God. The belief that you all have in Dom is profound. Because lifting up the car, it s technically possible. If anyone can do it, it s Dom! So I remember that was the theme of the day. It was one of those things that was so enticing because it was so much wish fulfillment. It was designed so well James Wan executed it brilliantly. Our second unit director, everyone just really knocked it out of the park.And it was that moment where we realized that Fast and Furious didn t need to be restricted in any way. That we were so thorough about story and character, and it s so much a tale of brotherhood and family, right, that we were allowed these kind of outrageous and fantasy-filled moments, and flying through the air was playing to that. Flying from building to building was playing to that. It was one of those solutions to the riddle, or answers to the riddle, How do we one-up the spectacle of each film? God, the things that we d been asked to do. Yeah, we were asked to fly. Obviously, CGI components to all of it. And traditionally, with Fast and Furious, we always try to take a practical approach first, so we ll take a practical run. But something as outrageous as that If you want to know if Paul and I drove from one building to the next, as much as I d like to say maybe, I mean, it s pretty obvious that that might not have been the thing for us to do. Cars can fly, with the help of CGI. (Photo by Universal Pictures) When you re sitting in that theater, and you see that scene, the first thing that reacts is the inner child in you. What s funny is that if you talked to us back then, we d be willing to do anything. What usually would happen was, in the first film, we went to, like, race car driving school. But then, as we continued making the films, it was more important for us to go to stunt-driving school. So, before every film, we would spend a couple of weeks in stunt-driving school and learn how to do stunts in cars. And you can learn as much as you want, but when it s actually shoot day, and the pyrotechnics are launching bombs and fireballs in the air and you re driving through smoke, and the steering goes out, it s always a dangerous thing. I don t think the world realizes how much risk one has to consider when doing some of those heavy action sequences with cars.Fortunately, we were safe. But it was always a running theme with Paul and I. We d do interviews, and we d talk about how we can t believe we re still OK, because of what we did and how committed we were to playing these roles. But yeah, without taking away the magic of movie making, thank God that that was in 2014 and环球体育平台(Photo by Sony Pictures / courtesy Everett Collection)All Guy Ritchie Movies, Ranked by TomatometerWho had a more explosive directorial debut in the rollicking, post-Pulp Fiction 90s than Guy Ritchie with his Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels? The stylish, gritty descent into the criminal underworld rocked both sides of the Atlantic, which then gave Ritchie the opportunity to give his style an even slicker, international sheen with Snatch.So synonymous is Ritchie with this style and subject matter that no matter where his career takes him, whenever he returns to this topic it s always celebrated as a back-to-basics comeback. RocknRolla, for example, helped sweep away the sour tastes of Swept Away and Revolver.And now The Gentlemen and Wrath of Man have arrived as counterpoint to the blockbuster bombast of Aladdin and King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. (Though certainly Sherlock Holmes and The Man From U.N.C.L.E. found a happy, kinetic medium between these two extremes.)Which movies are his Freshest? Find out in our guide to every Guy Ritchie movie, ranked by Tomatometer!
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(Photo by 20th Century Fox)Theatergoers are buzzing about Robert Rodriguez and James Cameron s newest film, the relentlessly cool action thriller Alita: Battle Angel. The heavily stylized flick gathers an all-star cast, with Rosa Salazar as Alita and Christoph Waltz, Mahershala Ali, Jennifer Connelly, and Jackie Earle Haley filling important roles.Its frenetic action and unique female protagonist make it one of the most intriguing movies of the season so far, but there’s one thing about the film you may not have known: It was actually inspired by one of the most famous and influential cyberpunk manga series of all time: Yukito Kishiro’s Battle Angel Alita.Battle Angel Alita is a fantastic example of what manga can accomplish. The series made its Japanese debut in 1990, appearing in publisher Shueisha s Business Jump magazine and quickly amassing a ridiculous number of readers. The 9-volume post-apocalyptic manga series follows an amnesiac female cyborg found in suspended animation by a cybermedic expert, Daisuke Ido, in the trash. Ido painstakingly rebuilds her, and Alita s memories eventually return.She remembers the powerful martial art Panzer Kunst, but little else, and uses her abilities to become a mercenary known as a Hunter-Warrior. From there, she begins to recall memories of her previous life on Mars. The sprawling story explores her adventures in the dystopian manga world and themes of loneliness, isolation, and what it means to be human.(Photo by 20th Century Fox)While the series ended nearly a quarter of a century ago, its influence can still be felt throughout the countless properties that followed it. It s a hallmark of the cyberpunk genre thanks to its emotive characters, strong female lead, detailed artwork, and excellent writing. The live-action film does an impressive job of adapting the story for American audiences, though there’s still a lot more to learn about Alita and her world beyond what Cameron and Rodriguez were able to cover during the span of the film.Alita: Battle Angel is a mostly faithful retelling of Kishiro s original work, but there are a few changes that were introduced in its transition from page to screen. There s a difference in pacing, for instance, and slight alterations to the tale. The relationship between Alita and her love interest, Hugo, is decidedly less tragic than the manga depicted it, and Hugo is rendered a much more sympathetic character.But one of the strangest choices viewers may notice is that the film retains the manga s unusual, oversized eyes for Alita, played by the heavily CGed Salazar. Yes, anime and manga characters are typically known for their large and expressive eyes, but seeing them on a live-action actress is jarring. Cameron has indicated in interviews that he was intrigued by the challenge of making a photorealistic human character in CG, while Rodriguez explained further: The manga anime eyes that we ve seen since the 30s and Astro Boy has never been done photorealistically. So, usually when we see an anime translated, it doesn t feel like that.”(Photo by 20th Century Fox)The franchise as a whole has never been immune to change for Western audiences, though, since both its central character and title were altered before it was exposed to American readers. The series began life as Gunnm, and Alita’s original name was Gally. Why such drastic changes?According to a 1993 interview with Fred Burke, co-translator for Viz Media on Battle Angel Alita, the title was changed to cater to a wider audience: “For a Viz Comic to work, it’s got to appeal to more than just the hard-core manga and anime crowd, he explained. The original title, Gunnm (a portmanteau of Gun Dream), turned into the more descriptive Battle Angel Alita. As for Gally s new name, Burke noted that he found Alita in a book of baby names and assigned it to the protagonist, as it meant courage. It s easy to understand why Gunnm might be a difficult title for American readers to embrace, and Alita does have a nice ring to it, so the names stuck.Despite its legacy, though there were several Alita spinoffs and re-releases, as well as a novel and game the massively popular manga only ever received a two-episode original video animation (OVA) series adaptation, which culled elements from the manga s first two volumes and altered several plot elements. Creator Yukito Kishiro expressed that he was too busy with the then-ongoing manga to fine-tune the anime, and in fact there were only two episodes planned. There has yet to be any other official Battle Angel Alita anime adaptation, much to the dismay of hardcore fans.Alita: Battle Angel could indeed change all that, however, with its refusal to stray too far from the source material and its love for the original story. This is one of just a few times an anime or manga series has successfully seen the leap from manga pages to live action on the big screen with high-profile Hollywood actors, and it could be the beginning of a renaissance for the cyberpunk classic.Further Viewing: Cyberpunk ClassicsLooking for more films like Alita: Battle Angel? Check out these fantastic picks:
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(Photo by Apple)Netflix, Amazon, and now Hulu have both become synonymous with prestige TV, but there s one giant tech company not far behind the two streaming services — at least in theory. In the past year, Apple has made moves to compete with Netflix, Hulu, and premium cable channels (like HBO and Showtime) for the peak TV crown in 2019.With more TV series — and places to watch them — than ever, Apple is putting a reported billion toward adding to the peak TV pile. While the company began its foray into scripted series with two current shows offered through Apple Music — the tech-themed Shark Tank–esque reality competition Planet of the Apps and Carpool Karaoke: The Series — the competition really ramped up when it hired veteran TV executives Zack Van Amburg and Jamie Erlicht in June 2017. The duo formerly ran Sony Pictures Television, the studio that brought the world Breaking Bad and The Crown.Van Amburg and Erlicht have engaged in aggressive bidding wars for some of TV s hottest projects, according to a New York Times report, and will likely surpass its reported budget in doing so. With more than a dozen projects currently in the works, it s clear the company is ready to spend money to compete with TV s current titans. (Planet of the Apps, which featured guest judges including Gwyneth Paltrow and Jessica Alba, didn t get much critical acclaim when it debuted in June 2017. Carpool Karaoke: The Series, a spin-off of James Corden s popular Late Late Show segment, has been ordered for a second season.)(Photo by Apple)Apple held a star-studded launch event at its Cupertino, Calif. headquarters in March to announce its new streaming product and original series offerings. Stars including Steven Spielberg, Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston, Steve Carell, Jason Momoa, Alfre Woodard, J.J. Abrams, Sara Bareilles, and even Big Bird were present for the Apple TV+ presentation. The service is scheduled to roll out its programming on Nov. 1.RELATED: Everything To Know About Apple TV+ Below, we ve rounded up a list of all the titles that are headed to or intended for the tech giant. Some are in development, while the others are series orders (and have even completed filming). Read on to find out who the players are and more about the shows.UPDATED (9/11/19): Apple s latest event revealed pricing and launch date information for Apple TV+. Check out the updated list of everything we know below, including which shows will debut at launch, which are coming soon, and which are still in the works.Launching Nov. 1The Morning Show(Photo by Apple TV+)Talent: Witherspoon and Aniston are both set to star in and executive produce the drama, which was one of the first scripted series Apple announced. While Jay Carson (House of Cards) was originally signed on to write the project, he has since departed and Bates Motel boss Kerry Ehrin took over. Steve Carell will play the male lead.What it s about: The morning show drama has already been ordered for two seasons and 20 episodes and will draw background from Brian Stelter s book Top of the Morning: Inside the Cutthroat World of Morning TV.Chances it ll be a Certified Fresh hit: With the star power and bona fides of Big Little Lies star and producer Witherspoon and Friends vet Aniston, plus the creative power of Ehrin, it s almost too big to fail. Then again, the drama surrounding Carson s departure is never a good sign (Photo by Apple TV+)Talent: Jason Momoa and Alfre Woodard star in the series, which was written by Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight and directed by Francis Lawrence (The Hunger Games).What it s about: The show is set in a post-apocalyptic future where the human race has lost the sense of sight.Chances it ll be a Certified Fresh hit: Momoa is a fan-favorite star, and with such high-caliber talent attached, this could go very, very well. (But since it s got such an ambitious plot, there s also plenty of opportunity for things to go very, very wrong.For All Mankind(Photo by Apple)Talent: Battlestar Galactica and Outlander creator Ronald D. Moore has teamed up with Matt Wolpert and Ben Nedivi (Fargo) for the still-untitled series.What it s about: The drama, which has been ordered straight to series, explores what would have happened if the global space race had never ended.Chances it ll be a Certified Fresh hit: Between BSG and Outlander, Moore certainly has both the cred and the goods to assume he ll deliver on this one, too.Dickinson(Photo by Apple)Talent: Hailee Steinfeld and Jane Krakowski are set to star as young poet Emily Dickinson and her mother, respectively.What it’s about: The series is a half-hour comedy that “is set during Emily Dickinson’s era with a modern sensibility and tone. It takes viewers into the world of Emily, audaciously exploring the constraints of society, gender, and family from the perspective of a budding writer who doesn’t fit in to her own time through her imaginative point of view,” per Deadline.Chances it’ll be a Certified Fresh hit: The star power is great, but the series logline is a little out there. We’ll have to wait and see to reserve judgement.Helpsters(Photo by Apple)Talent: Sesame Workshop is producing the series, which was announced at the Apple event by none other than Big Bird.What it s about: The preschool-targeted series will be an educational program about coding.Chances it ll be a Certified Fresh hit: If Sesame Street can continue educating children a half a century after its original launch, there s no reason to believe this new series won t work.Snoopy in Space/Peanuts STEM Series(Photo by Courtesy of DHX Media)Talent: Charlie Brown, Lucy, Pigpen, Snoopy — you know, all your favorites from Charles M. Schulz s Peanuts gang — will be the focus of this new series.What it s about: The first series from Apple s deal acquiring the rights to the famous characters will be a science- and math-oriented short featuring Snoopy as an astronaut. This and other new originals with be produced with DHX Media, a Canadian production company that owns a large portion of children s content, also including Yo Gabba Gabba! and the Teletubbies.Chances it ll be a Certified Fresh hit: You can t really go wrong with such beloved characters.Ghostwriter(Photo by Apple TV+)Talent: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. veteran Brett DaltonWhat it s about: According to the official description, this is a reinvention of the classic 90s children s series following four kids who are brought together by a mysterious ghost in a neighborhood bookstore, and must team up to release fictional characters from works of literature. Chances it ll be a Certified Fresh hit: While beloved to a very small group of people who grew up in the 1990s, the series doesn t necessarily have much recognition outside that circle. We ll have to wait until it debuts to find out whether the concept transfers to a new generation.Launching SoonM. Night Shyamalan Thriller, Servant(Photo by Apple)Talent: M. Night Shyamalan is executive producing and will direct the first episode of this series, from writer Tony Basgallop.What it s about: As if the king of big twists would reveal anything about his psychological thriller! Good to note: The first season will consist of 10 half-hour episodes and has been ordered straight to series.Chances it ll be a Certified Fresh hit: This one, like Shayamalan s movies, depends on execution. Will it be a Sixth Sense or a Lady in the Water? Only time will tell.Truth Be Told(Photo by Apple)Talent: Octavia Spencer is set to star in the drama, which is produced by Reese Witherspoon, created and written by Nichelle Tramble Spellman (The Good Wife, Justified), and based on true-crime novel by Kathleen Barber. Sarah Koenig, creator of the podcast phenomenon Serial, is consulting. Aaron Paul plays the male lead.What it s about: Truth Be Told (formerly, Are You Sleeping ) provides a unique glimpse into America’s obsession with true-crime podcasts and challenges its viewers to consider the consequences when the pursuit of justice is placed on a public stage. Spencer plays a disgraced journalist who returns to her hometown and revisits a case in which she played a pivotal role in her early career. Paul plays a man Spencer s character helped put behind bars — but he could potentially be innocent of the crime.Chances it ll be a Certified Fresh hit: There s a reason true-crime stories are so engrossing, and if this series can capture the source of that fascination, then it should thrive.Little America(Photo by Apple)Talent: Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon, the husband-and-wife team behind indie hit The Big Sick, are developing this series for Apple.What it s about: The anthology series is based on Epic Magazine s series of the same name, described as a small, collective portrait of America s immigrants — and thereby a portrait of America itself. Nanjiani announced at the Apple TV+ launch that the scripted series is being made solely by immigrants or children of immigrants, and will focus on everyday people.Chances it ll be a Certified Fresh hit: Given the tender eye and charm
环球体育平台 The television landscape for comic book shows has changed since last year. In August of 2018, 14 shows were set to debut or return on broadcast channels and streaming services. This year, the number has shrunk to 10. Although that number may be a little misleading with DC’s Legends of Tomorrow moving to a mid-season return and The CW’s Katy Keene — based on the Archie Co