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亚博论坛网站采用百度引擎5(Baidu 5)(Photo by HBO)Click to view larger image (new window).When you play the game of villainy, you win or you die – a long and gruesome death usually. We gave you the chance to choose the worst of the worst characters from the seven seasons of Game of Thrones so far in our villain bracket.The final votes are in, and Ramsay Bolton has won the final a hole battle! Anyone surprised by that outcome? The final tally in the contest of the ROYAL DICK vs. THE BOLTON BASTARD :3.4K votedKing Joffrey Baratheon 1,219 (36.2%)Ramsay Snow/Bolton 2,149 (63.8%)Even the Australian Red Cross has named him the worst Game of Thrones war criminal, based on his 17 violations of the international humanitarian laws (IHL) laid out in the Geneva Conventions. His crimes:Torture, cruel or inhuman treatment (x 6)Perfidy (x 4)Taking hostagesWilful killing of those who are hors de combat, such as injured soldiers or prisoners (x 2)Use of means or methods of warfare that inflict superfluous injury or unnecessary sufferingSexual violence, including rape, sexual slavery, enforced prostitution and enforced pregnancy (x 2)Making civilians not taking direct part in hostilities the object of attack(The other characters making the top 5 of the Red Cross war criminal list include: Daenerys Targaryen (15), Roose Bolton (8), and, tied at fourth, Jon Snow, The Night King, and the Sons of the Harpy of Mereen, while Euron Greyjoy and Walder Frey tied for fifth place with five violations each.)Congrats to actor Iwan Rheon for giving us a villain for the ages! Rheon can currently be seen as Mick Mars in Mötley Crüe biopic The Dirt on Netflix.Previous results: Round 1 | Round 2 | Round 3 | Round 4How it worksVoting for each round began at 12 p.m. ET/9 a.m. PT on each day:Tuesday, April 9 vote in the Round 1 matches. (Closed)Wednesday, April 10 find out who won the Round 1 matches, and vote in Round 2.(Closed)Thursday, April 11 find out who won the Round 2 matches, and vote in Round 3.(Closed)Friday, April 12 find out who won the Round 3 matches, and vote in Round 4.(Closed)Saturday, April 13  find out who won the Round 4 matches, and vote for the winner in the final round.Closed)Sunday, April 14 find out who wins the Battle of the A**holes.

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Old standbys like Hocus Pocus, Casper, and The Mummy are there too, plus airings of The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror episodes.Spooktacular October, SyfyEvery Sunday in October is Dark Arts Sundays with films from the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them series. A Don t Fear the Sequel marathon on October 12 brings horror favorites and their sequels (28 Days Later/28 Weeks Later, The Purge/The Purge: Anarchy). There are also zombie, A Nightmare on Elm Street, and masked murderer-themed marathons. Halloween day will see a 14-hour Harry Potter marathon.Treat-A-Thon, Cartoon NetworkEvery Monday through Thursday throughout the month of October will bring ghouly themed episodes of Victor and Valentino, plus premieres of Apple Onion, Craig of the Creek, Teen Titans Go!, and more. And on Saturday, Oct. 31 starting at 6 a.m. ET/PT, there will be a full day of spooktacular programming.HallowScream, NickelodeonPremieres of the network s live-action, animation and preschool series (SpongeBob SquarePants, Blue’s Clues You!, The Casagrandes, The Loud House) will debut on the network, as well as NickJr.com and the Nick app (which will include Halloween-themed episodes and short-form content).Ghostober, Travel ChannelThe network s annual Halloween programming event will again feature paranormal programming including Portals to Hell, Paranormal Caught on Camera: Top 100, The Osbournes: Night of Terror, and a crossover featuring superstar paranormal investigators from two of the network’s hit shows, Ghost Nation and Kindred Spirits.Supernatural, TNTThey re back! As the Winchester brothers wrap up their 15 seasons of adventures on The CW, celebrate Halloween with TNT s annual marathon featuring some of the series spookiest episodes all day long on Halloween Day.Sitcom Halloween, TBSThe network will air scary movies throughout the month (including The Nun, It and The Blair Witch Project) before launching a marathon of Halloween episodes from series including American Dad, Family Guy, Bob s Burgers, Family Matters, Seinfeld, Brooklyn Nine-Nine and more).ShudderFest, ShudderThe horror-centric streaming service is hosting a virtual celebration of all things spooky on Halloween day that will feature panels, presentations, conversations and screenings led by legendary genre icons, fan-favorite musicians, and acclaimed directors, writers, and producers. It s free to all and available anywhere in the world via its website.Halloween Marathon, Adult SwimStay up late with Adult Swim for some spooked-out treats beginning Friday, October 30 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. The evening starts with a marathon of themed episodes that lead to the Adult Swim Smalls premiere of Jack Stauber’s OPAL at midnight ET/PT, followed by Smalls-O-Ween at 12:15 a.m. ET/PT. The fright fest continues on Halloween as Toonami fans will be treated to a season one marathon of the suspenseful thriller The Promised Neverland starting at midnight ET/PT.SERIES(Photo by Netflix)The Haunting of Bly Manor — Dead doesn t mean gone. An au pair plunges into an abyss of chilling secrets in this gothic romance from the creator of The Haunting of Hill House. Streaming on Netflix.Monsterland — Eight-part anthology based on the collection of stories from Nathan Ballingrud’s “North American Lake Monsters.” Streaming on Hulu.Helstrom — The series brings the Marvel comics to life and follows the son and daughter of a mysterious and powerful serial killer as they track down the worst of humanity. Premieres October 16 on Hulu.Lovecraft Country — Sundays at 9 p.m. on HBO (and streaming on HBO Max).Fear the Walking Dead — Sundays at 9 p.m on AMC.The Walking Dead: World Beyond — Sundays at 10 p.m on AMC.Supernatural — Thursdays at 8 p.m on The CW.Swamp Thing — Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on The CW.Truth Seekers — streaming October 30 on Amazon Prime Video.Ratched — streaming on Netflix.What We Do in the Shadows — streaming on FX on Hulu.Unsolved Mysteries: Volume 2 — Streaming October 19 on Netflix.Murder Unboxed — What do a bottle of brandy, a toaster, a pile of cash, and a Bourne Supremacy DVD have to do with murder? Quibi’s new true crime series, Murder Unboxed, reveals the connections by dusting off the boxes of evidence from outlandish and real-life murder cases. Mimicking the style of popular online “unboxing” videos, each episode takes a new case and introduces seemingly unrelated evidence — one item at a time. Premieres October 19.Castle Rock — now streaming on HuluCreepshow — now streaming on ShudderA Discovery of Witches — now streaming on Sundance NowInto The Dark — Blumhouse’s horror anthology — now streaming on HuluUtopia — now streaming on Amazon Prime VideoMOVIES SPECIALS(Photo by Warner Bros.)Roald Dahl s The Witches — Robert Zemeckis, Alfonso Cuarón, Guillermo del Toro, and Kenya Barris and their all-star cast of Anne Hathaway, Octavia Spencer, Stanley Tucci, Kristin Chenoweth, and Chris Rock have teamed up for this reimagined fantasy adventure about a young boy (Jahzir Kadeen Bruno) who stumbles upon a secret coven of witches and, with the help of his loving grandmother, tries to stop their evil plan to turn the world’s children into mice. Premieres Oct. 22 on HBO Max.Hubie Halloween — It s October 31 in Salem, Massachusetts, and a town s eccentric, devoted community volunteer and the good-natured object of his fellow citizen s derision and meanest pranks, finds himself in the midst of a real investigation, for a real murderer. Streaming now on Netflix.Rebecca — A young newlywed arrives at her husband s imposing family estate on a windswept English coast and finds herself battling the shadow of his first wife, Rebecca, whose legacy lives on in the house long after her death. Stars Armie Hammer and Lily James. Launches October 21 on Netflix.The Babysitter: Killer Queen — Two years after defeating a satanic cult led by his babysitter Bee, Cole once again has to outsmart the forces of evil when old enemies unexpectedly return. Streaming now on Netflix.Bad Hair — Set in 1989, this horror satire out of Sundance follows an ambitious young woman (Elle Lorraine) who discovers that her hair may have a mind of its own. Premieres October 23 on Hulu.Books of Blood — Inspired by Clive Barker’s stories, this film tells a journey into uncharted and forbidden territory through three tales tangled in space and time. Streaming now on Hulu.The Strangers: Prey at Night – A family of four staying at a secluded mobile home park for the night are stalked and then hunted by three masked psychopaths. Available on demand and streaming now on Syfy.com.Tales from the Hood 3 — director Spike Lee executive produces with writers/directors/producers Rusty Cundieff and Darin Scott in this next installment of the ground-breaking original Tales from the Hood. Following the franchise’s cult classic roots, this all-new anthology, which features Tony Todd and Lynn Whitfield, is four terrifying tales that will scare and thrill audiences with its horrifying twists and social commentary. Premieres Saturday, Oct. 17, at 9 p.m. on Syfy.Scare Me — During a power outage, two strangers tell scary stories. The more Fred and Fanny commit to their tales, the more the stories come to life in the dark of a Catskills cabin. The horrors of reality manifest when Fred confronts his ultimate fear: Fanny may be the better storyteller. Starring Aya Cash, Josh Ruben and Chris Redd. Directed by Josh Ruben. Streaming now on Shudder.The Mortuary Collection — A young drifter applies for a job at the local mortuary and meets an eccentric mortician who chronicles the strange history of the town through a series of twisted tales, each more terrifying than the last. Starring Clancy Brown, Caitlin Custer, Barak Hardley, Christine Kilmer and Jacob Elordi. Streaming October 15 on Shudder.32 Malasana Street — It’s 1976. The Olmedo family has left the countryside for a new life in Madrid. But their new home becomes a house of horrors in this hit supernatural thriller based on actual paranormal events. Streaming October 22 on Shudder.May the Devil Take You Too — Two years after escaping from demonic terror, a young woman is still haunted by unnatural visions. The dangers that await her and her friends grow as a figure of darkness rises, threatening to take their lives. Streaming October 29 on Shudder.The Cleansing Hour — Max and Drew are millennial entrepreneurs who’ve made themselves famous with a webcast they created called “The Cleansing Hour,” which streams live exorcisms. The catch? Each ceremony is elaborately staged to look real in order to dupe their global audience—until today, when today’s subject, Drew’s fiancé, actually turns out to be possessed. Starring Ryan Guzman, Kyle Gallner, Alix Angelis. Streaming now on Shudder.Ghost Nation — Jason Hawes, Steve Gonsalves and Dave Tango are joined by Shari DeBenedetti for more adventures and bigger mysteries that have never been investigated on television. Premieres Saturday, October 17 at 9 p.m. on Travel Channel.Ghost Adventures: Screaming Room — Airs Thursdays at 9 p.m. on Travel Channel.Paranormal Caught on Camera: Top 100 — Airs Sundays at 9 p.m. on Travel Channel.The Holzer Files — Premieres Thursday, October 29 at 11 p.m. on Travel Channel.Destination Fear — Premieres Saturday, October 24 at 10 p.m. on Travel Channel.Halloween Wars — Airs Sundays at 9 p.m. on Food Network.Halloween Freakshow Cakes — Airs Sundays at 10:30 and 11 p.m. on Food Network.STREAMING(Photo by Sony Pictures)Amazon Prime Video: The streaming service s scary movie selection is robust this year, with “Welcome to The Blumhouse original films Black Box, The Lie, Evil Eye and Nocturne; horror/thrillers like Cabin in the Woods, Hereditary, Midsommar, and Pet Cemetery; supernatural films like Resident Evil, Silent Hill, and Super 8; and more — like Scream 4, The Ring, Anaconda, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and Legion. In honor of new paranormal series Truth Seekers, which debuts Oct. 30, fans can participate in a virtual escape room with the Truth Seekers Remote Adventure (visit TruthSeekersExperience.com for more details — and trust us, it s very fun!).AMC+: More than 1,000 hours of horror content from AMC, Shudder, and IFC Midnight live on the subscription service, including films playing via AMC s FearFest and early access to Fear the Walking Dead, The Walking Dead: World Beyond, and season 2 of Eli Roth’s History of Horror; Joe Bob’s Halloween Hideaway Special and The Creepshow Animated Special from Shudder, and genre cinema (Human Centipede, The Babadook) from IFC Midnight.Crackle: Five new Halloween-themed channels — Creatures of the Night, Stream Your Head Off, Don’t Go in the Water, Screen Queens, Swords and Sandals — will air classic horror movies and other spooky-themed programming all month long on the streaming service.Disney+: You don t need to wait for a marathon to stream Hocus Pocus or The Nightmare Before Christmas if you re a Disney+ subscriber, since those films and so many more Halloween-friendly movies are available on the service. There s also Halloweentown, Zombies, Frankenweenie, the best Disney Channel and Disney Junior Halloween episodes (from That s So Raven, Doc McStuffins, and more) and 30 episodes of The Simpsons’ “Treehouse of Horror” franchise. Halloween Is Here on HBO Max: This special dedicated landing page, available throughout the month of October, features a rotating roster of more than 140 curated movies, series and Halloween-themed TV episodes, organized in themes like Terrifying TV, Scares for All Ages, Foreign Frights, and Creepy Cult Classics. Films include recent releases like The Invisible Man, Us, It: Chapter 2, and Doctor Sleep; creepy cult classics Night of the Living Dead and Eraserhead; and other spooky fare like The Haunting and Glass. There are also TV series like Lovecraft Country, True Blood, and The Outsider, and episodes from shows including Friends, Euphoria, and The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.Huluween on Hulu: Last year s Huluween saw viewers stream more than six billion minutes of Halloween content. The third year of the Halloween event will feature a hub for hand-picked content including family-friendly Madagascar: A Little Wild special; zombie movie Little Monsters starring Lupita Nyong o and Josh Gad; Wounds starring Armie Hammer, Zazie Beetz, and Dakota Johnson; and 22 horror films from Jason Blum s Into the Dark series.Peacock: On the TV side, viewers can stream series like Mr. Mercedes, The Fall, the 1990s version of Charmed, and more. On the movies side, you ll get the Harry Potter series, E.T., The Birds, Psycho, Rear Window, Curse of Chucky, and many more.Shudder: This month is really no different for the horror-centric streaming service, but it is packed with tons of new content including a Ghoul Log (a 24/7 streaming jack-o’-lantern, Halloween’s answer to the Christmas Yule Log), Joe Bob s Halloween Hideaway special, The Creepshow Halloween Special, a Halloween Hotline, a Vincent Price collection, and original and exclusive movies (Scare Me, The Cleansing Hour, The Mortuary Collection, and more).EPISODES(Photo by © 2020 by Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation)The Simpsons, Treehouse of Horror XXXI  — In the annual animated rite of passage for the series, The Simpsons this year takes a frightening look at the 2020 election, parodies Pixar and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, and examines a ninth birthday Lisa just can’t get over. Airs Sunday, October 18 at 8 p.m. on Fox.Bless the Harts, “Dead Mall.” Jon Hamm and Kristen Schaal guest star in this Halloween-themed episode that sees the Harts visit Greenpoint’s abandoned mall, which brings back fond memories from the 2000s, but their reminiscing is interrupted when a mall rat named Stacey (voiced by Schaal) takes them hostage. Airs Sunday, Oct. 18 at 8:30 p.m. on Fox.Bob s Burgers, Heartbreak Hotel-oween.” Louise s plan to get revenge on Halloween for a candy transgression hits a snag when the Belcher kids meet a mysterious elderly woman at a hotel. Linda and a very squeamish Bob donate blood at a vampire-themed blood mobile. Airs Sunday, Oct. 18 at 9 p.m. on Fox.Madagascar: A Little Wild,  A Fang-Tastic Halloween special streams October 21 on Hulu.America’s Funniest Home Videos, Catch a special Halloween episode of America’s Funniest Home Videos with highlights including a dog who is scared of a giant inflatable cat on the neighbor’s lawn, a grandma pranked when her grandbaby is replaced with a zombie doll and animals in funny costumes. Airs Sunday, Oct. 25 at 7 p.m. on ABC.Supermarket Sweep, Trick-or-Treat! Leslie Jones hosts this Halloween-themed episode of the rebooted game show on Sunday, Oct. 25 at 8 p.m. on ABC.Dancing with the Stars, “Villains Night.” Just in time for Halloween, 10 celebrity and pro-dancer couples find their inner villain as they compete for this season’s seventh week live. The show’s cold open will find Tyra Banks and the judges dressed up for the night and experiencing their own horror when they find out the celebrities have become villains! Later, Tyra Banks will walk out to “Somebody’s Watching Me” by Rockwell. Airs Monday, Oct. 26 at 8 p.m. on ABC.The Conners, “Halloween and The Election vs. The Pandemic” — The Conners pull together when Halloween is canceled by the city. Airs Wednesday, Oct. 28 at 9 p.m. on ABC.General Hospital. As an impending storm approaches Port Charles, Trina and Joss decide to meet up with Cameron and Dev at Charlies before heading off to a Halloween party for the night. Unbeknownst to them, Julian notices the kids are being watched a little too closely by a masked individual. Uneasy and unable to shake the feeling that something is off, Julian confronts the man. Meanwhile, Carly is stunned when Cyrus brings a familiar acquaintance to dinner at the Metro Court. And elsewhere, Finn and Anna’s plans to take Violet trick-or-treating are hampered when Finn is called back to GH, leaving Anna alone, unaware that a particularly evil threat awaits her. Airs Thursday, Oct. 29 at 2 p.m. on ABC (check local listings).Impractical Jokers: Dinner Party. The midseason premiere sees the Jokers host a Halloween-themed dinner party where they surprise each other with elaborate costumes and enjoy scary-themed meals with special guest Kane Hodder (a.k.a. Jason Voorhees from the Halloween series). Airs Thursday, Oct. 29 at 10 p.m. on truTV.Portals to Hell, Frightmare in Connecticut. Paranormal investigators Jack Osbourne and Katrina Weidman head to Poquetanuck, Connecticut, to investigate Captain Grant s Inn, rumored to be Connecticut s most haunted home. Premieres Friday, October 30 at 8 p.m. on Travel Channel.Ghost Nation: Reunion in Hell. Ghost Nation stars Jason Hawes, Steve Gonsalves, and Dave Tango call on Amy Bruni and Adam Berry of Kindred Spirits to reopen a case that has taken a sinister turn involving Seaview Terrace, the 40,000-square-foot Rhode Island mansion famous for being featured on the TV show Dark Shadows. 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(It appears that, as with Alicia Vikander s Tomb Raider reboot, the first Uncharted movie might be a prequel or origin story.) The movie has been in development for a while, but Sony Pictures has confirmed production by announcing a release date of December 18, 2020. By aiming for that weekend, Sony is directly taking on Steven Spielberg s West Side Story remake and Eddie Murphy s Coming to America sequel. The Uncharted video games combine elements of Tomb Raider, Indiana Jones, and arguably Nicolas Cage s National Treasure movies. The first Uncharted movie will be directed by Dan Trachtenberg, who made his debut in 2016 with 10 Cloverfield Lane (Certified Fresh at 90%).Fresh Developments1. QUENTIN TARANTINO S DJANGO TO CROSSOVER WITH ZORRO(Photo by Andrew Cooper/Weinstein Company)Much has been written in the last year or so about Quentin Tarantino s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (7/26/2019) (currently Fresh at 94%) and his possible Star Trek plans, but another old rumor was confirmed this week with the news that Tarantino is also producing (but probably won t direct) what s basically a sequel to his 2012 Southern Django Unchained, starring Jamie Foxx as the title character. As appealing as such a sequel might be on its own, the title takes it to another level, because Django/Zorro would cross the character over with the Californian freedom fighter who is celebrating his 100th anniversary this year. Quentin Tarantino has enlisted comedian-turned-screenwriter Jerrod Carmichael, of TV s The Carmichael Show, to adapt the Dynamite Entertainment and Vertigo Comics comic book of the same title.2. SIMON PEGG AND NICK FROST REUNITING TO PRODUCE HORROR MOVIE SVALTA(Photo by Rogue Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)From 2004 to 2013, British comic actors Simon Pegg (a.k.a. Scotty from Star Trek and Benji from the Mission:Impossible movies) and Nick Frost starred in director Edgar Wright s Three Flavours Cornetto trilogy (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, and The World s End), and also co-starred together in other films like Paul and The Adventures of Tintin. We should note right away that they re not yet confirmed to be starring in this week s new project, but they are producing the film together. Pegg and Frost have sold a horror pitch called Svalta to Orion Pictures, with Frost also attached as the film s screenwriter. Svalta will tell the story of a family on their summer vacation to a remote Swedish island [called Svalta] where they discover a serial killer is on the loose, but the locals have no interest in helping the stranded family of tourists. 3. NEW PROJECTS FOR MAHERSHALA ALI AND BARRY JENKINS(Photo by Elizabeth Goodenough, Steve Mack/Everett Collection)In 2016, Mahershala Ali and director Barry Jenkins took home a trio of Oscars including Best Picture and Best Supporting Actor for their collaborative work on the coming-of-age drama Moonlight, and both of their stars have only risen higher since. Accordingly, each of them made headlines with new film projects this week. Mahershala Ali is now attached to executive produce and star in a Fox Searchlight true story drama called Solitary. The film will be adapted from a memoir by Albert Woodfox, who spent 43 years in solitary confinement at Louisiana s notorious Angola Prison. Barry Jenkins new film is also set up at Fox Searchlight, and it will be an untitled biopic about acclaimed dance choreographer Alvin Ailey.4. POP STAR CAMILA CABELLO S CINDERELLA SCHEDULED FOR 2021 (Photo by Steve Mack/Everett Collection)Sony Pictures is moving forward with plans for a new version of the fairy tale Cinderella starring Camila Cabello, a Cuban-American pop star who got her start as a contestant on The X-Factor in 2012, as the studio officially scheduled the film for release on February 5, 2021. That puts it one week after the Rugrats reboot movie (1/29/2021) and one week before Marvel Studios first movie in 2021 (we don t know which movie that is yet). This new Cinderella will be directed by Blockers (Certified Fresh at 83%) Kay Cannon, who this week also made the news for a project called 79ers. That movie is being produced by Will Ferrell and Seth Rogen and is described as being like The Goonies for adults, following a group of friends who are forced to reunite 20 years later after failing to finish a treasure hunt as teenagers.5. BILL SKARSGARD TO SPEND NINE DAYS WITH VARIOUS MARVEL MOVIE CO-STARS(Photo by Brooke Palmer/Warner Bros.)It s not that uncommon that the same actor or filmmaker shows up in more than one new project in a given week, but this week we saw this happen a few times. Let s start here with a supernatural thriller called Nine Days, in which Black Panther and Us star Winston Duke will play a mysterious man who interviews prospective candidates, a personification of human souls for the privilege that he once had. (This writer doesn t quite know what that even means, but there you go.) Those personifications will be played by Zazie Beetz (Domino from Deadpool 2), Benedict Wong (Wong from Doctor Strange), and Bill Skarsgård (a.k.a. Pennywise from IT). The repeat star in this case is Bill Skarsgård, who also signed on this week to star in a true crime drama called Gilded Rage.6. PETER DINKLAGE SAYS I CARE A LOT (Photo by HBO)Going into the final episodes of Game of Thrones, it seemed likely that the show s various stars would be riding career highs and that the casting stories would be chock-ablock with their names. That, however, was until everyone saw those last two episodes, which seemed to put the brakes on eight seasons of fan and critical love. Having said that, the stars of the show are obviously talented, and they should be just fine. Case in point: Peter Dinklage, GoT s Tyrion Lannister, joined Gone Girl star Rosamund Pike in a thriller called I Care a Lot. Pike will star as a legal guardian (a lawyer or a foster parent, it s unclear), but Dinklage s character is being kept secret.7. TWO YOUNG NETFLIX STARS CAST AS THE DAUGHTERS OF BILL TED FACE THE MUSIC (Photo by Elizabeth Goodenough, Kristin Callahan/Everett Collection)The last time we saw Bill S. Preston (Alex Winter) and Ted Logan (Keanu Reeves) in 1991 s Bill Ted s Bogus Journey, the rock stars of the band Wyld Stallyns seemed to be riding high, including happy relationships with their princess girlfriends plucked from medieval times. It s still unclear what all happened to Bill and Ted in the last 25+ years, but this week, we learned that their characters both now have teenage daughters. Those roles will be played by Netflix stars Samara Weaving (The Babysitter) and Brigette Lundy-Paine (Atypical) when Bill Ted Face the Music next summer (8/21/2020).Rotten Ideas2. DWAYNE JOHNSON REUNITING WITH JUNGLE CRUISE DIRECTOR FOR BLACK ADAM (Photo by Vince Valitutti/Columbia Pictures)Disney s Jungle Cruise, based on their long-running theme park ride, doesn t come out until next July (7/24/2020), so most people probably don t even know it s in the works. (FYI, Disney also recruited their Mary Poppins Returns star, Emily Blunt, to take that cruise as well.) Nevertheless, Dwayne Johnson must ve had great things to say about his Jungle Cruise director, because Jaume Collett-Serra has now been recruited by New Line Cinema to reunite with Johnson on Black Adam. Johnson has long been attached to star in the DC Comics adaptation, including a time when he would have co-starred in Shazam! as the immortal Egyptian villain-turned-antihero Black Adam. (It s arguable that Mark Strong s Dr. Sivana filled the role Black Adam would have.) Jaume Collett-Serra s Tomatometer is mostly comprised of Rotten splotches, but he did receive Fresh scores for Non-Stop and The Shallows. Hopefully these next two collaborations with Dwayne Johnson will yield better results.1. MAGIC 8 BALL GETTING ITS OWN BLUMHOUSE HORROR FRANCHISE(Photo by Suzanne Tenner/Relativity Media courtesy Everett Collection)Blumhouse Productions, Universal Pictures, and Hasbro Films had two relative hits with Ouija and its prequel Ouija: Origin of Evil. With that in mind, Blumhouse and Universal are uniting with another toy company, Mattel, on a similar project, this time based on Magic 8-Balls. We can all shake our Magic 8-Balls to see what it says about a Magic 8-Ball movie, but one thing that suggests outlook not so good is that the director Blumhouse and Universal have hired for the job is Jeff Wadlow. Of the six feature films on Wadlow s, not one has received a Fresh score, with 2013 s superhero sequel Kick-Ass 2 earning the highest score at 32% on the Tomatometer. Jeff Wadlow s next film before taking on Magic 8-Ball will be the movie adaptation of the long-running ABC supernatural drama Fantasy Island, starring Michael Peña as the new Mr. Roarke.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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7.92.7 4月喜迎2021 ceremonies, including when the nominations will be announced, but other awards bodies that have postponed their events will release that information at a later date.Keep track of the constantly changing 2020-21 awards season landscape with the schedule of nomination announcements and awards ceremonies below — we ll continue to update it with more news and information as it becomes available.SEPTEMBER 2020Sunday, September 20 – 72nd Emmy Awards (ABC, 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT)OCTOBER 2020Monday, October 19 – Critics Choice Documentary NominationsNOVEMBER 2020Thursday, November 12 – Gotham Independent Film Awards NominationsThursday, November 12 – Critics Choice Documentary NominationsTuesday, November 24 – International Documentary Association Awards NominationsDECEMBER 2020Saturday, December 12 – European Film AwardsTK TK, December 13- Boston Society of Film Critics AwardsFriday, December 18 – New York Film Critics Circle AwardsSaturday, December 19 Boston Online Film Critics AwardsSunday, December 20 Indiana Film JournalistsSunday, December 20 Los Angeles Film Critics AwardsMonday, December 21 Florida Film Critics AwardsMonday, December 21  Chicago Film Critics AwardsThursday, December 31 Greater Western New York Film Critics Association AwardsJANUARY 2021Monday, January 4 –North Carolina Film Critics Association AwardsMonday, January 4 Alliance of Women Film JournalistWednesday, January 6 Oklahoma Film CriticsFriday, January 9  National Society of Film CriticsSaturday, January 9 – National Society of Film Critics AwardsMonday, January 11 — Gotham Independent Film AwardsMonday, January 11 San Diego Film Critics SocietyFriday, January 15 Seatle Film Critics SocietySaturday, January 16 WGA NominationsSaturday, January 16 International Documentary AssociationSunday, January 17 St. Louis Film Critics AssociationSunday, January 18 San Fransico Bay Area Film CriticsFriday, January 24  Kansas City Film Critics CircleMonday, January 25 AFI honors announcedTuesday, January 26 – Film Independent Spirit Awards Nominations AnnouncedTuesday, January 26 – National Board of Review Winners AnnouncedFEBRUARY 2021Monday, February 1  Satellite NominationsWednesday, February 3 – Golden Globe NominationsSunday, February 7 London Film Critics AwardsSunday, February 7 Toronto Film Critics Circle AwardsSunday, February 8  Critics Choice Film + TV NominationsMonday, February 8 Washington DC Area Film CriticsTuesday, February 9 – Oscar Shortlists AnnouncedWednesday, February 10 Dallas Ft. Worth Film Critics Association AwardsThursday, February 11 Dorian Awards NominationsMonday, February 15 Seattle Film Critics SocietyMonday, February 16 Writers Guild of America NominationsThursday, February 19  Nevada Film Critics SocietyMonday, February 22 Vancouver Film Critics CircleThursday, February 25 Palm Springs International Film Festival GalaFriday, February 26 American Film Institute AwardsSunday, February 28 — Golden Globe AwardsMARCH 2021Monday, March 1 – Motion Picture Sound Editors Golden Reel NominationsTuesday, March 2 – Cinema Audio Society NominationsWednesday, March 3 — Annie Awards NominationsFriday, March 5 Hollywood Critics Association AwardsSunday, March 7 Critics Choice AwardsMonday, March 8 Producer Guild of America NominationsMonday, March 8 – Visual Effects Society NominationsTuesday, March 9 American Society of Cinematographers NominationsTuesday, March 9 Directors Guild of America Film NominationsFriday, March 12 Detroit Film Critics SocietySunday, March 14 –Screen Actors Guild AwardsMonday, March 15 – Academy Award NominationsMonday, March 21 Writer Guild of AmericaThursday, March 24 Producers Guild of America AwardsAPRIL 2021Sunday, April 4  Screen Actors Guild NominationsTuesday, April 6 –Visual Effects Society AwardsWednesday, April 7 African American Film Critics AssociatonSaturday, April 10 – Directors Guild of America AwardsSaturday, April 10 — Art Directors Guild AwardsSunday, April 11 – BAFTAsApril 13 Costume Designer Guilds AwardsFriday, April 16 — Annie AwardsSaturday, April 17 – Cinema Audio Society AwardsSunday, April 18 American Cinema Editor AwardsSunday, April 18 Golden Reel AwardsSunday, April 18  American Society of Cinematographers NominationsSunday, April 18 – Motion Picture Sound Editors Golden Reel AwardsSaturday, April 24 — Film Independent Spirit AwardsSunday, April 25 – 93rd Academy AwardsMAY 2021Tuesday, May 11 – BRIT Awards
Critics and fans alike loved the first season of BBC America s, Killing Eve, starring Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer. Lauding the chemistry between Eve (Oh) and her would-be nemesis, Villanelle (Comer), as well as the series winding mysteries and dry off-kilter wit, critics called Killing Eve s first season  addictive, emotionally complex, and one of the most fun and feminized cat-and-mouse games of the last few years. It remains steadily Certified Fresh at 96%.Needless to say, the bar was set high for the show s second season.Is Killing Eve season 2 up-to-snuff? Now that critics have had the chance to review the upcoming season s first two episodes (it officially begins airing April 7), it looks like the answer so far is yes. Despite a change in showrunner — Phoebe Waller-Bridge has stepped back and Emerald Fennell, a writer on both seasons of the show, has stepped forward — critics say the series maintains the elements that made its first run so compelling, and ups the ante, too.Can Killing Eve: Season 2 (2019) 92% hold on to its Fresh Tomatometer score? Check out what critics have to say about the series so far:Where does season 2 begin?(Photo by Aimee Spinks/BBCAmerica)Picking up 30 seconds after the last shot from the finale, Eve is in a panic within Villanelle’s empty apartment. There’s blood everywhere, but the source — her target — is nowhere to be found. — Ben Travers, IndieWireA shell-shocked Eve must shake off her post-stabbing haze and resume the search for the escaped Villanelle, who herself must find a way to stay out of reach long enough to recuperate. — Kristen Baldwin, Entertainment WeeklyMuch of what happens in the premiere consists of pieces moving back into place, but it nevertheless makes for a lively hour. — Jen Glennon, NewsweekIs it as strong as the first season?(Photo by Aimee Spinks/BBCAmerica)Killing Eve is better than ever. — Chris Evangelista, SlashfilmKilling Eve s second season, at least the two episodes screened in advance for critics, didn t let me down  The new episodes, brimming with crackling electricity, elicited the same amount of joy I experienced when I watched Eve (Sandra Oh) and Villanelle (Jodie Comer) dance around each other during the first go round, only this time the stakes were considerably higher. — Kaitlin Thomas, TV GuideTo paraphrase Villanelle herself, it’s going to be hard to trust Killing Eve again, but let’s give it time to prove itself. — Kristen Baldwin, Entertainment WeeklySeason 2 tends to act a little more like Villanelle than Eve. — Ben Travers, IndieWireHow are Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer? Fascinating as ever?(Photo by Aimee Spinks/BBC America)The new episodes, brimming with crackling electricity, elicited the same amount of joy I experienced when I watched Eve (Sandra Oh) and Villanelle (Jodie Comer) dance around each other during the first go round, only this time the stakes were considerably higher. — Kaitlin Thomas, TV GuideThese women are still thoroughly obsessed with one another Villanelle reckons she knows Eve better than anyone, better than Eve even knows herself, and she’s probably right. — Kayla Kumari Upadhyaya, AutostraddleIs Eve just attracted to Villanelle, or does Eve kinda-sorta want to be like Villanelle? Or both? Did she stab Villanelle for revenge, or approval? None of that’s entirely clear yet — to Eve or to us — but watching all the possibilities flit across Oh’s face is alternately laugh-out-loud funny and fascinating. — Jen Glennon, NewsweekThere s a new showrunner in town (Photo by Aimee Spinks/BBC America)This season, Waller-Bridge has stepped back a bit, with Emerald Fennell stepping in as head writer. Anyone worried that this change-up might alter the show significantly can rest assured. — Chris Evangelista, SlashfilmEve and Villanelle and their complicated, dangerous, seductive, vulnerable connection are in very capable hands with Emerald Fennell, who has stepped in as head writer and showrunner in place of creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge. — Kayla Kumari Upadhyaya, AutostraddleI’ll place my faith in Comer, Oh, and Eve’s writer-turned-showrunner Emerald Fennell. — Kristen Baldwin, Entertainment WeeklyWhat makes this show so compelling?(Photo by Gareth Gatrell/BBCAmerica)The writing is what makes Eve so whip-smart and unique, but it’s the lead performances of Sandra Oh, as MI5 agent Eve Polastri, and Jodie Comer, as sociopathic assassin Oksana Astankova, AKA Villanelle, that make the series tick.— Chris Evangelista, SlashfilmIt’s the sly feminism at the heart of the show’s cat-and-mouse game that makes it all so infectiously fun. — Jen Glennon, NewsweekKilling Eve is a sexy show about two women who clearly have a magnetism drawing them together. To call it anything other than sexual would do a disservice to the chemistry between Oh and Comer. — Alex Maidy, JoBlo s Movie EmporiumFinal verdict? Critics say season 2 looks promising.(Photo by Parisa Taghizadeh/BBC America)Killing Eve kicked off its inaugural season as an intriguing riff on some of the greats of the spy genre… But the show has since evolved into something wholly its own, in large part due to stellar writing and the consistently impeccable performances of Oh, Comer and Shaw. — Jen Glennon, NewsweekThere are awkward jokes, quirky new characters, and even a surprise twist on the formula in Season 2 — Eve and Villanelle’s two-person tête-à-tête is going to get a third caller, unwanted by at least one of the primary parties — but Killing Eve remains very much grounded in its original identity. — Ben Travers, IndieWireKilling Eve is still a fantastic and well-made show that is not only worth celebrating for any number of its own obvious merits, but worth embracing for taking a familiar set up and crafting it into a series that is also refreshing and new. — Kaitlin Thomas, TV GuideThis is a lean and complex drama that blends what would otherwise be a pretty generic concept with a biting sense of humor that works every step along the way. — Alex Maidy, JoBlo’s Movie EmporiumLike this? 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Best Spanish-Language Horror Movies Ranked by TomatometerHot off our guide to the 110 Essential Spanish-Language Movies, we re galloping into the night for all things spooky en Español! Here you ll find only the Freshest scary selections from Mexico (Cronos), Spain (The Orphanage), Uruguay (The Silent House), Chile (The Wolf House), and Argentina (Cold Sweat). Inside each film, an underworld teeming with our favorite monsters. Zombies in [rec]! Mad scientists in The Skin I Live In! Vampires in Dracula! (Yep, there was another version to the Universal classic.) Creepy kids in The Orphanage! And In the Devil s Backbone, maybe something beyond We gathered virtually every Spanish-language horror movie we could find, separating the Fresh and Certified Fresh, but also including the Rotten because, hey, that s part of the fun with scary flicks! If you re wondering about the decided lack of chucapbras and La Llarona on this list, it s because there hasn t been a critically-noted movie made yet. Though KM 31 comes closest with its take on Mexican folklore.And most recently we ve added the Certified Fresh films La Llarona and The Platform. See where they place with our guide of the Best Spanish-Language Horror Movies by Tomatometer!
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this film about social rage. We had this idea that the film is shot by somebody finding a camera in the debris that s littered, because everybody s gone. The s t that s left behind would be these consumer cameras, which were everywhere at the time. They ve been replaced by phones now. We made this film about what we called, at the time, social rage. A big thing was road rage, this kind of intolerance, particularly in cities, of each other. People attacking people in other cars because somebody had cut them off in traffic. And the social intolerances of your fellow citizen, felt like it was almost in crisis proportions. And then 9/11 happened. People changed the film and made it about how vulnerable cities were. I think what happened is that because we were one of the first films to come out after 9/11, people changed the film and made it about how vulnerable cities were. Previously, cities felt massive and growing and powerful and invincible and answerable to no one. It was prosperous, and people were confident. Suddenly, cities felt incredibly vulnerable. [That s why 28 Days Later s] emptiness of London, of the London streets, caught on as an image. Like New York or San Francisco or Tokyo, famous sites, emptied of people. They felt delicate, like they d lost. Murphy as Jim, waking to a new empty world. (Photo by © Twentieth Century Fox)The Moment: Hello?! After a brutal opening that sees environmental extremists letting loose rage-virus–infected chimps on the populace, Boyle allows the film to simmer as hero Jim awakens in the hospital after a road accident. In his teal medical gown, Jim wanders the smashed corridors left in disarray, wired telephones swaying against the walls, and then out into the startlingly de-populated London metropolis. The first empty landmark Jim traverses is the Westminster Bridge, which has become 28 Days Later s signature shot, probably also due to the fact you get Parliament palace clearly in the background. Then Jim yells into the air that simple and powerful word which connects people across different languages, now rendered deaf and empty: Hello?!   Students stopped traffic so that Boyle could capture Murphy in an empty-looking London. (Photo by 20th Century Fox Film Corp. ) We hired a lot of students, because they re cheap, to be our traffic marshals. We were going to call this film at one point, Hello. But it sends the complete wrong signal. [Laughing.] One of the technical advantages of using these smaller cameras is that you could shoot a location, not multiple times, but you could shoot it from multiple viewpoints simultaneously. Cillian was in no rush, he could just walk across. But you don t get much time at these locations free of people even at four o clock in the morning when we shot. So what happened was we hired a lot of students, because they re cheap, to be our traffic marshals. It tends to be quite angry men driving around London at four in the morning. My daughter – who was 18 I think – came along and she brought some of her friends and they re quite glamorous girls. The sun was up and it was mid-summer and they re all wearing short skirts or shorts. And it worked in our favor because – it s very sexist to say it – but it tends to be quite angry men driving around London at four o clock in the morning. So they were stopped. And it wasn t me stopping them, to whom they would say F k you! and drive straight through. It was these lot of lovely girls, students who were saying, Hey, hello. Good morning. We re making a movie here. Do you mind waiting for two minutes? No problem, darling. I ll wait here. What s your name? And so every day we hired more and more of these girls to block the traffic. And there s not a moment of CG in it, where we took out vehicles or anything like that. The shot became the defining image of the film. (Photo by © Twentieth Century Fox) It s become a poetic or artistic response to the 9/11 apocalypse. [In the sequence, Jim visits Horse Guards Palace and the Duke of York steps, eventually arriving at Piccadilly Circus, a typically bustling commercial square.] The reason we went to Piccadilly Circus was there s a statue there of Eros firing the arrow of love. There was scaffolding all around it. They were fixing it. We wanted all the monuments, all of the famous places to look perfect. It was just the fact that there were no people around that was wrong. So we came up with this idea. We had this lovely woman spend months making all these notices on these boards. Have you seen this person? I will wait here for you. We went there on the day, clipped the boards onto the scaffolding. Jim walks up there and realizes the older people have gone and before they d gone, they ve tried to find each other and they ve gone too. They ve all gone. And then, of course, 9/11 happened. People put notices trying to get hold of people, and it s very moving. It s actually a very moving thing that we do in a time of crisis. [Our Piccadilly solution] was a response to something that wasn t ideal for, but became something that fueled our story more and more. In a way, it s become a poetic or artistic response to the 9/11 apocalypse. The Impact: Zombies Ate My Movies!28 Days Later demonstrated that not only was there going to be a future for digital, it was going to be the future. 28 Days Later s most famous sequence was cobbled together from different and hasty angles, something that would ve been impossible with set-up heavy film cameras. This led the way for found footage horror to go mainstream (think Paranormal Activity, [rec], Chronicle), a necessary response to voyeurism in the age of internet and YouTube. How fitting a roundabout tribute to 28 Days Later then, that we describe popular videos like an unstoppable infection, as viral.Within the world of horror, by the end of the 80s, slashers and sequelitis had dragged the genre down into the creative doldrums. (The Sixth Sense, Scream, and The Blair Witch Project gave some late-decade sparks of life.) Zombies at the movies in particular had turned into a shuffling, shambling joke. But they lived on in another medium: Video games, especially the far-reaching Resident Evil series, which had inspired writer Garland. The success of 28 Days Later made zombies a hot monster ticket in film, with the Resident Evil movies, Shaun of the Dead, the Dawn of the Dead remake, and the return of genre grandmaster George A. Romero s Land of the Dead following immediately.Boyle s movie rejuvenated the zombie genre. (Photo by © Twentieth Century Fox) Alex instinctively sensed that the genre was ready for a kind of reboot. I didn t do any research into zombie movies. I mean, I knew a few, like anybody who loves movies. Alex [Garland] was a real zombie fan [and] rightly, instinctively sensed that the genre was ready for a kind of reboot. And I thought, That ll be good for me, and Alex to come at it from different perspectives like that. I didn t feel I was making a genre film. So I came at it like that. He came at it like that. And that was a great combination It s been amazing since then, the way that The Walking Dead and other other movies have obviously taken advantage of that re-interest in the genre. 28 Days Later  was released on June 27, 2003. Buy or rent it at FandangoNOW.

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