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也就是说LOL手游还没有抢走国产游戏王者的热度，反而是将端游的玩家抢走了，这也让多数人都很无奈，没想到产生了这样的效果。所以说想要平衡过来，就要等国服上线了，毕竟国服的玩家是真的多，一旦上线了以后，必然会有更多的人参与其中，那么热度只会更高了呢。西游杀官网(Photo by Amazon Studios)Celebrated director Steve McQueen has already proven he s a man of many talents. After all, his varied career has given us the heralded Hunger, about Bobby Sands and the 1981 Irish hunger strike; the provocative sex-addiction drama Shame; visceral Best Picture winner 12 Years a Slave; and, more recently, Widows, a thrilling heist flick with social justice on its mind. It s hard to imagine him hitting a new register, not because artists do not grow, but because the breadth of the work that came prior has already delivered so many thrills with such different flavors. Yet with the help of brand new faces – among them cinematographer Shabier Kirchner and co-writers Courttia Newland and Alastair Siddons – McQueen has given us, with his new five-film anthology Small Axe, a set of dazzling new works that show he s capable of things beyond our imagination.What Small Axe actually is has been the subject of debate – is it a set of TV episodes or an anthology series? – but the clearest way to think of the collection is as five thematically linked films, all set in the West Indian community of London between the late 60s and the mid 80s. In Lovers Rock, we experience a freeing blues party among West Indians shunned from white nightclubs; Mangrove unfolds as a stirring courtroom drama based on a true story and a dark day for the British justice system; the inspiring life of Alex Wheatle, the British novelist who rose from prison to literary acclaim, backbones a fiery eponymous biopic about cultural identity; the fraught relationship between Leroy Logan, a Black cop tasked with reforming London’s racist police force, and his distraught father propels Red, White and Blue; and in the tender coming-of-age story, Education, a determined Black mother saves her son from a prejudiced school system.The stories are the documented experiences of a community rarely seen on the big screen, one that includes McQueen s family, his friends, and himself. With sumptuous shots of women swaying their hips at a steamy blues party, close-ups of simmering mutton curry, and invigorating needle drops, Small Axe is specific to its West Indian subjects. At the same time, in explicating histories from the Black Caribbean diaspora in the UK – delving into ceaseless police harassment, brutal racism, a pernicious justice system, and beyond – Small Axe is familiar to all oppressed people, no matter their origin.Robert Daniels for Rotten Tomatoes: When Red, White and Blue premiered at New York Film Festival a lot of critics were under the impression it was the final film in the anthology, rather than Education. Those are obviously two wildly different tones to conclude with. How did you decide the final order?Steve McQueen: I m a person who grew up with albums. And for me, I had to evaluate how I wanted to end the album, as such. I thought Education was the key in the sense that it’s all about the possibilities, rather than the things people prevent you from achieving. All the way through Small Axe, it was all about how people took it upon themselves to liberate themselves – to emancipate themselves from the environment they were in. So I definitely wanted to end on the infinite possibilities that are achievable in the world. Hence, the ending images.With regards to reception, Small Axe very much feels like an assemblage of Black-specific stories concerning music, food, and politics. Do you consider these Black-specific, though?McQueen: It s like watching a Korean film or a Taiwanese film, or a film from Italy. These are human stories which are universal. That s what it s about. It doesn t matter where you re from or what background you re from. I think you can identify with these as human stories. It s about people overcoming adversity through their own force of will. I think it s very common to anyone, wherever they come from in the world.(Photo by Amazon Studios)Some have described Lovers Rock, especially the dancing, as Black joy and Black love, but it could also be seen as Black lust.McQueen: It’s not lust. It’s a sexual sensuality, but it s not maddening. There’s etiquette.Yes – there are the close-ups of men asking women for a dance by touching their elbow.McQueen: Or even squeezing someone s bottom. It doesn t matter. Sexual sensuality is beautiful. It s wonderful. I remember someone saying about blues parties, “Oh, my mother said that blues parties weren t like that. What actually happened was that people danced as close as possible, but without touching.” I wanted to ask her what party her mother went to. [Laughs] I imagine a lot of people have been embarrassed about what they did when they were younger, and they told their children something else. But there s no shame in it. It s just a celebration of us as fully formed human beings. And it s just beautiful.There are so many new faces in these films. Your collaboration with Michael Fassbender is well known; was it a conscious decision to find new faces for this project?McQueen: Yes, because I wanted to give people a break. I wanted to see people who had never been given an opportunity to fully exercise their talent. And it was amazing. There were a lot of newcomers like Amarah [-Jae St. Aubyn] and Kenyah [Sandy]. And with [cinematographer] Shabier [Kirchner], when you have the opportunity to do what we did with those five feature films – different film stocks and digital cameras – no one s had the opportunity to do that. It s very rare. So the fact that he came on board and took his opportunity, it was great.As a band leader, I would call myself, you just want to play with people who can actually play. Or when you see potential which hasn’t been fully exercised, you try to help them in their development. It s about me choosing who I want to work with and getting the best out of them. Helping people fulfill their potential. And I want to focus particularly on Black artists, regardless of what field they’re working in.And that s what I find so special about this series. We ve seen Letitia Wright and John Boyega in big projects, but not utilized by other filmmakers in the way they are here.McQueen: I look at Star Wars, as far as John is concerned, and you know he s got so much potential. That s a particular genre of film where it s not about acting but reacting. And [Small Axe] was the point where he had to bring his A-game and dig deep for the potential that was there. My job as a director is to help him achieve that. Cause when I first saw him on Attack the Block, I thought this guy has something. He s grown, of course, since Attack the Block. He has a lot more baggage as a human being. And now was his time.Boyega previously described, in the press notes for RWB, taking an interest in Leroy Logan’s favorite music in order to prepare for the role. Are there situations where you’ll give an actor supplementary material as prep?McQueen: Myself, John, and Courttia [Newland] – our co-writer – we talked about our fathers, because that s the thing that brought me into Red, White and Blue and connected me with Leroy Logan. And Leroy talked about his father a lot. When we were interviewing him, I was digging into who he was as a person. That was the seed, and we had to go deep to unravel him. It wasn t just a case of the music. We had to find out the terrain for what we were going to cover. All of our fathers, these West Indian men, were very cautious and very dominant, but at the same time, very caring. They weren’t forthcoming in their emotions, but they were very forthcoming in how we were to conduct ourselves or what they believed we could achieve.(Photo by Amazon Studios)With Leroy Logan s story, it basically ends with his appeal to his father. Alex Wheatle’s story is very self-contained, too. How did you decide what parts of their lives you wanted to recount?McQueen: The first bump in the road for Leroy is the most important bump. The fact of the matter is you could go on, and on, and on, and on, but I needed the initial impact. Leroy’s aspirations had crumbled. He thought he could change the world. His father felt very hurt when he suddenly joined the police. When Leroy realized what the actual situation was, when he realized the actual weight of the institution, and its surroundings were against him – that s the first impact. That s when they sit down at the table and have that conversation about the state of the world.I could’ve done a story about how he [later] left the Metropolitan Police force. But it was about the first impact. It was about the loss of innocence. That was the important thing. Because before your first bump in the road, does it matter what your parents tell you? They can tell you, “You’ve got to be careful.” And maybe you’ve seen stuff on TV. Maybe you’re aware of it. But when it happens to you personally, for the first time, that s when you have a very deep realization [of], Can I still change the world? Do I still feel invincible? You’re sitting down with your father, and he’s been around, and what does Leroy say: “Maybe we should just scorch the Earth and hopefully something good will come again. For me, as a filmmaker, that was the heart. And any Black person, wherever they are in the world, will understand that.(Photo by Amazon Studios)My father grew up in Mississippi, during Segregation. That made an impact on him for his whole life. I had to deal with that impact and figure out what it meant.McQueen: Exactly, exactly. When he s sitting down with his father, and they’re drinking rum together, he s not a boy anymore. He s a man talking to a man. And when his father says, Let me tell you what my mother said to me, it’s a generational thing. The father s talking about his mother. The father is talking to his son. It’s like a circle. So it’s very important where you begin a story. It’s very important where you end a story. This is art. It s not about having a situation where you repeat it again and again. It s a craft. It s as simple as that.And, finally, what are your thoughts on whether Small Axe is a film or television conversation?McQueen: It was always meant to be for television. These are five films, but it s all about the accessibility of these films. I had to go to where people were at. That was always my idea. I said very early on that I wanted my mother to see it, that it could be in every home in the UK, as well as, of course, with Amazon. And as far as these critics groups, I m just very grateful, and very humbled that they’ve recognized it in any capacity. Because it s not always the case that you get any kind of praise. So I m very grateful because all it does is let other people be curious to see them. So it s fantastic. We re all very grateful.Small Axe is now available on Amazon Prime Video. On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
(Photo by Warner Bros./ courtesy Everett Collection)DC Movies In Order: How to Watch All 10 DCEU MoviesWelcome to the DC Extended Universe (DCEU)! If you re looking to watch these interconnected superhero DC movies in order as their events unfold chronologically, you ll want to start with Wonder Woman, which takes place across 1918 in the midst of World War I. Next stop: Big action and even bigger hair with Wonder Woman 1984.From there, the rest of the DCEU s chronological order lines up with their movies releases. Get acquainted with Superman in Man of Steel, and then see him bond with Batman in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Suicide Squad is up next before you get to witness the epic team-up Justice League. (Substitute in the four-hour Zack Snyder s Justice League if you want more, though that is non-canon.)From there, we go to Aquaman, Shazam!, and Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn). 2021 s The Suicide Squad is set several years after the first Squad and largely distances itself from that original, though many characters return, including Quinn, Rick Flagg, and Amanda Waller.Now, continue on to see the full guide on how to watch the DC movies in order!
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(Photo by ©Searchlight Pictures)The 2021 Critics Choice Awards just wrapped with Nomadland cementing its frontrunner status in the lead-up to the Oscar nominations with four wins, including Best Picture and Best Director for Chloé Zhao. Carey Mulligan also made a strong move up the field in the currently wide-open Best Actress race with a win tonight for Promising Young Woman, while writer/director Emerald Fennell won Best Original Screenplay for the film.While an interview with a certain pair of royals took place on another channel, the royals of Netflix’s The Crown cleaned up on the TV front: The opulent historical drama was awarded Best Actress, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actress, and Best Drama. Anya Taylor-Joy followed up her recent Golden Globe win with a win for Best Actress in a Limited Series for her work in The Queen s Gambit, which also won for Best Limited Series.Read on for the full list of Critics Choice Awards winners below.BEST PICTUREDa 5 Bloods Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom Mank MinariNews of the World Nomadland WINNEROne Night in Miami Promising Young Woman Sound of MetalThe Trial of the Chicago 7BEST ACTORBen Affleck The Way BackRiz Ahmed Sound of MetalChadwick Boseman Ma Rainey s Black Bottom WINNERTom Hanks News of the WorldAnthony Hopkins The FatherDelroy Lindo Da 5 BloodsGary Oldman MankSteven Yeun MinariBEST ACTRESSViola Davis Ma Rainey’s Black BottomAndra Day The United States vs. Billie HolidaySidney Flanigan Never Rarely Sometimes AlwaysVanessa Kirby Pieces of a WomanFrances McDormand NomadlandCarey Mulligan Promising Young Woman WINNERZendaya Malcolm MarieBEST SUPPORTING ACTORChadwick Boseman Da 5 BloodsSacha Baron Cohen The Trial of the Chicago 7Daniel Kaluuya Judas and the Black Messiah WINNERBill Murray On the RocksLeslie Odom, Jr. One Night in MiamiPaul Raci Sound of MetalBEST SUPPORTING ACTRESSMaria Bakalova Borat: Subsequent MovieFilm WINNEREllen Burstyn Pieces of a WomanGlenn Close Hillbilly ElegyOlivia Colman The FatherAmanda Seyfried MankYuh-Jung Youn MinariBEST YOUNG ACTOR/ACTRESSRyder Allen PalmerIbrahima Gueye The Life AheadAlan Kim Minari WINNERTalia Ryder Never Rarely Sometimes AlwaysCaoilinn Springall The Midnight SkyHelena Zengel News of the WorldBEST ACTING ENSEMBLEDa 5 Bloods Judas and the Black Messiah Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom Minari One Night in Miami The Trial of the Chicago 7 WINNER BEST DIRECTORLee Isaac Chung MinariEmerald Fennell Promising Young WomanDavid Fincher MankSpike Lee Da 5 BloodsRegina King One Night in MiamiAaron Sorkin The Trial of the Chicago 7Chloé Zhao Nomadland WINNERBEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAYLee Isaac Chung – MinariEmerald Fennell – Promising Young Woman WINNER Jack Fincher – MankEliza Hittman – Never Rarely Sometimes AlwaysDarius Marder Abraham Marder – Sound of MetalAaron Sorkin – The Trial of the Chicago 7BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAYPaul Greengrass Luke Davies – News of the WorldChristopher Hampton and Florian Zeller – The FatherKemp Powers – One Night in MiamiJon Raymond Kelly Reichardt – First CowRuben Santiago-Hudson – Ma Rainey’s Black BottomChloé Zhao – Nomadland WINNERBEST CINEMATOGRAPHYChristopher Blauvelt – First CowErik Messerschmidt – MankLachlan Milne – Minari*WINNER* Joshua James Richards – Nomadland WINNERNewton Thomas Sigel – Da 5 BloodsHoyte Van Hoytema – TenetDariusz Wolski – News of the WorldBEST PRODUCTION DESIGNCristina Casali, Charlotte Dirickx – The Personal History of David CopperfieldDavid Crank, Elizabeth Keenan – News of the WorldNathan Crowley, Kathy Lucas – TenetDonald Graham Burt, Jan Pascale – Mank WINNERKave Quinn, Stella Fox – EmmaMark Ricker, Karen O’Hara Diana Stoughton – Ma Rainey’s Black BottomBEST EDITINGAlan Baumgarten – The Trial of the Chicago 7 WINNER (tie)Kirk Baxter – MankJennifer Lame – TenetYorgos Lamprinos – The FatherMikkel E. 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Nielsen – Sound of Metal WINNER (tie)Chloé Zhao – NomadlandBEST COSTUME DESIGNAlexandra Byrne – EmmaBina Daigeler – MulanSuzie Harman Robert Worley – The Personal History of David CopperfieldAnn Roth – Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom WINNER Nancy Steiner – Promising Young WomanTrish Summerville – MankBEST HAIR AND MAKEUPEmmaHillbilly ElegyMa Rainey’s Black Bottom WINNER MankPromising Young WomanThe United States vs. Billie HolidayBEST VISUAL EFFECTSGreyhound The Invisible Man Mank The Midnight Sky Mulan Tenet WINNER Wonder Woman 1984BEST COMEDYBorat Subsequent MovieFilm The Forty-Year-Old Version The King of Staten Island On the Rocks Palm Springs WINNER The PromBEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILMAnother Round Collective La Llorona The Life Ahead Minari WINNER Two of UsBEST SONG Everybody Cries – The Outpost Fight for You – Judas and the Black Messiah Husavik (My Home Town) – Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga Io sì (Seen) – The Life Ahead Speak Now – One Night in Miami WINNER Tigress Tweed – The United States vs. Billie HolidayBEST SCOREAlexandre Desplat – The Midnight SkyLudwig Göransson – TenetJames Newton Howard – News of the WorldEmile Mosseri – MinariTrent Reznor Atticus Ross – MankTrent Reznor Atticus Ross, Jon Batiste – Soul WINNERTELEVISIONBEST DRAMA SERIESBetter Call SaulThe Crown WINNERThe Good Fight Lovecraft Country The Mandalorian OzarkPerry Mason This Is Us BEST ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIESJason Bateman – Ozark Sterling K. Brown – This Is Us Jonathan Majors – Lovecraft Country Josh O’Connor – The Crown WINNERBob Odenkirk – Better Call Saul Matthew Rhys – Perry Mason BEST ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIESChristine Baranski – The Good FightOlivia Colman – The CrownEmma Corrin – The Crown WINNERClaire Danes – HomelandLaura Linney – OzarkJurnee Smollett – Lovecraft CountryBEST SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIESJonathan Banks – Better Call SaulJustin Hartley – This Is UsJohn Lithgow – Perry MasonTobias Menzies – The CrownTom Pelphrey – OzarkMichael K. Williams – Lovecraft Country WINNERBEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIESGillian Anderson – The Crown WINNERCynthia Erivo – The OutsiderJulia Garner – Ozark Janet McTeer – OzarkWunmi Mosaku – Lovecraft Country Rhea Seehorn – Better Call Saul BEST COMEDY SERIESBetter Things The Flight Attendant Mom PEN15 Ramy Schitt’s Creek Ted Lasso WINNERWhat We Do in the ShadowsBEST ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIESHank Azaria – Brockmire Matt Berry – What We Do in the Shadows Nicholas Hoult – The Great Eugene Levy – Schitt’s Creek WINNERJason Sudeikis – Ted Lasso Ramy Youssef – Ramy BEST ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIESPamela Adlon – Better Things Christina Applegate – Dead to Me Kaley Cuoco – The Flight Attendant Natasia Demetriou – What We Do in the Shadows Catherine O’Hara – Schitt’s Creek WINNERIssa Rae – Insecure BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIESWilliam Fichtner – Mom Harvey Guillén – What We Do in the ShadowsDaniel Levy – Schitt’s Creek WINNERAlex Newell – Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist Mark Proksch – What We Do in the Shadows Andrew Rannells – Black Monday BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIESLecy Goranson – The ConnersRita Moreno – One Day at a Time Annie Murphy – Schitt’s Creek Ashley Park – Emily in Paris Jaime Pressly – Mom Hannah Waddingham – Ted Lasso WINNERBEST LIMITED SERIESI May Destroy YouMrs. America Normal People The Plot Against America The Queen’s Gambit WINNERSmall Axe The UndoingUnorthodoxBEST MOVIE MADE FOR TELEVISIONBad Education Between the World and Me The Clark Sisters: First Ladies of Gospel Hamilton WINNER Sylvie’s Love What the Constitution Means to Me BEST ACTOR IN A LIMITED SERIES OR MOVIE MADE FOR TELEVISIONJohn Boyega – Small Axe WINNERHugh Grant – The Undoing Paul Mescal – Normal People Chris Rock – Fargo Mark Ruffalo – I Know This Much is True Morgan Spector – The Plot Against America BEST ACTRESS IN A LIMITED SERIES OR MOVIE MADE FOR TELEVISIONCate Blanchett – Mrs. AmericaMichaela Coel – I May Destroy YouDaisy Edgar-Jones – Normal PeopleShira Haas – UnorthodoxAnya Taylor-Joy – The Queen’s Gambit WINNERTessa Thompson – Sylvie’s LoveBEST SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A LIMITED SERIES OR MOVIE MADE FOR TELEVISIONDaveed Diggs – The Good Lord BirdJoshua Caleb Johnson – The Good Lord Bird Dylan McDermott – HollywoodDonald Sutherland – The Undoing WINNERGlynn Turman – Fargo (FX)John Turturro – The Plot Against America (HBO)BEST ACTRESS IN A LIMITED SERIES OR MOVIE MADE FOR TELEVISIONUzo Aduba – Mrs. America WINNERBetsy Brandt – Soulmates Marielle Heller – The Queen’s Gambit Margo Martindale – Mrs. AmericaWinona Ryder – The Plot Against America Tracey Ullman – Mrs. America BEST TALK SHOWDesus Mero Full Frontal with Samantha BeeThe Kelly Clarkson Show Late Night with Seth Meyers WINNERThe Late Show with Stephen Colbert Red Table Talk BEST COMEDY SPECIALFortune Feimster: Sweet SaltyHannah Gadsby: Douglas Jerry Seinfeld: 23 Hours to Kill WINNER (tie)Marc Maron: End Times FunMichelle Buteau: Welcome to Buteaupia WINNER (tie)Patton Oswalt: I Love Everything BEST SHORT FORM SERIESThe Andy Cohen Diaries Better Call Saul: Ethics Training with Kim Wexler WINNERMapleworth Murders Nikki Fre$hReno 911! 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(Photo by Xenon)Of the legion of comedic characters penned – and in many cases also played – by the late Mexican entertainment wizard Roberto Gómez Bolaños, better known as “Chespirito,” his most widely beloved are those who feature in El Chavo del Ocho, an iconic pillar of Latino pop culture.First aired in the early 1970s on Televisa, the Mexican media empire behind all of Chespirito’s shows and which later distributed them internationally, the sitcom rapidly achieved stratospheric popularity across Latin America; at the height of its success it reached an average of 350 million viewers per episode. Long in syndication in many countries, including the United States via Univision’s channels, the show continues to enjoy a vast multigenerational fanbase half a century later. Its impact among Latinos in the U.S. is such that in 2016 the city of Los Angeles declared September 8 as “El Chavo del Ocho Day.”Why is the series and its creator so peerlessly cherished among Latinos? With El Chavo del Ocho, Chespirito gifted us a story that communicates across ages, income levels, and even borders – all via the unifying power of hilarity.Dressed in worn-out khaki pants, a striped shirt, suspenders, and a tartan hat with earflaps, the title character of El Chavo del Ocho, El Chavo, is a young and poor orphan whom the neighbors assume lives in a barrel in the courtyard of a working-class apartment complex, or “vecindad.” As with all the child roles in the show, El Chavo is played by an adult, Chespirito himself, who leans into the character’s kindheartedness and mischievousness.There’s an underlying sadness to El Chavo’s circumstances and history of abandonment, which Chespirito doesn’t entirely shy away from (there are touching moments throughout the series’ numerous episodes), but it is infused with humor, much of it drawn from the character’s interaction with the neighbors who come to tacitly adopt him. Part of the show’s brilliance lies in the creation of these supporting personalities with whom Chespirito populates El Chavo’s world. Each of them was sharply drawn and had their own catchphrases that have become ingrained in the Mexican and Latin American vernacular. Over the years, the cast became almost inextricable from their parts.Stamps made to commemorate Bolaños s characters, El Chavo and Chapulin Colorado. (Photo by SUSANA GONZALEZ/AFP via Getty Images)There’s La Chilindrina (María Antonieta de las Nieves), a freckled and astute girl who knows how to manipulate her father Don Ramón (Ramón Valdés), a grumpy middle-aged and out-of-work scoundrel; Quico (Carlos Villagrán), a spoiled brat whose big cheeks impede his speech; his uptight and hair-rollers–wearing mother Doña Florinda (Florinda Meza); and her love interest El Profesor Jirafales (Rubén Aguirre), an elementary school teacher whose last name alludes to his giraffe-like lankiness.With its endearing relationships and absurdist shenanigans, El Chavo del Ocho amused audiences across the socioeconomic strata. However, it was particularly relatable to those of us of with low-income upbringings. We saw Quico getting a slew of wonderful toys for Christmas, while La Chilindrina had a single doll and El Chavo spent the holiday empty-handed. We then cheered as our hero took every opportunity he could to get his hands on food, especially if it was a ham sandwich (torta de jamón), because he didn’t know when his next meal would be.While the social classes of the characters, and the nuanced differences of circumstances between them, are made evident and form part of the mechanics of the story, El Chavo and his struggling neighbors had a sense of pride. In fact, a lot of the gags come from these individuals not allowing themselves to be undermined or humiliated by those with more resources, like Doña Florinda. She doesn t mince words when it comes to her disdain for the others and advises Quico to “not hang out with the riffraff ” – or as she would say it, “la chusma.”Although the show’s
That is roughly an average of a .8 million opening weekend for these 15 films that opened between .55 million and .1 million in previews. Not to be found on that list, of course, is any film to open during the pandemic; The Invisible Man is the closest film we have to that and it opened less than two weeks before things truly started shutting down. Thursday-night previews began coming back in April and have come back more full-time since Memorial Day weekend. In that time we have seen Old start with .5 million and open with .8 million and other horror films bringing in smaller numbers such as The Forever Purge (.33 million/.5 million), Escape Room: Tournament of Champions (.2 million/.8 million), and Don’t Breathe 2 (5,000/.6 million).Candyman, which like all of those films is a theatrical exclusive, bested all of them on Thursday and found itself with a .4 million opening weekend. That puts it more in line with the general average we had seen for horror movies prior to the pandemic. Certainly, this is also a one-off that is benefiting from significant name recognition, as did A Quiet Place Part II and The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It (which, even with HBO Max status, began with .1 million), so even the science of numbers suggests we have to wait for more patterns to emerge. Between this strong late-summer start and the continuing success of Free Guy, we may not be back to full pre-pandemic strength but the numbers do not appear to be going in the wrong direction either.The Top 10 And Beyond: The Free Guy Success Story Continues As Jungle Cruise Crosses 0 MillionFree Guy continues to be one of the most positive stories of the summer box office. It dropped just 27% this weekend, earning another .6 million. How positive is that? It is only the best third-weekend of any film during the pandemic, ahead of A Quiet Place Part II ( million), Black Widow (.6 million), and F9 (.4 million). Free Guy is not going to approach the loftier grosses of those movies and still trails the pace of Jungle Cruise by about .5 million overall. But its third weekend bested Cruise’s (.1 million) and that film just crossed the 0 million line after making million this weekend. (That itself the second-best fifth weekend behind A Quiet Place Part II (.1 million) and ahead of F9 (.8 million)). Free Guy may take a bigger hit with Shang-Chi opening next weekend, but with .3 million in the coffers so far, it should remain ahead of Godzilla vs. Kong’s pace this week and remain on track to cross 0 million. Its global total stands at 9 million.Last week’s minor breakout success, Paw Patrol: The Movie, fell back 50% and brought in another .6 million this weekend. How does that stack up with fellow kids movies also streaming during their theatrical runs? There’s HBO Max s Space Jam: A New Legacy (fell 69.1% down to .5 million in its second weekend) and Tom Jerry (fell 53.9% to .5 million), as well as Peacock’s The Boss Baby: Family Business (fell 44% down to .8 million). Peter Rabbit 2, a theatrical exclusive, dropped 39% to million in its second weekend. Paw Patrol’s 10-day haul of .1 million puts it ahead of Tom Jerry’s .8 million, but it will likely fall short of the March release’s million total.On The Vine: Shang-Chi Offers a Test for Theatrical Exclusives The all-time best Labor Day weekend is about to become another of Disney’s conquests as Marvel’s Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings opens. The film will be the first of Disney’s slate not made available with Premier Access on Disney+ since the pandemic began. Though, even with theatrical exclusivity, Shang-Chi is unlikely to beat Black Widow’s current total of 0 million, even though it could top the box office for three-to-five weeks straight.Full List of Box Office Results: August 27-29, 2021
The Lowe-Murphy project would also be the second scripted spin on the story about the one-time Oklahoma tiger zoo owner who is now serving a 22-year sentence for his involvement in a murder-for-hire plot of his tiger park rival, and Tiger King co-star, Carole Baskin. Saturday Night Live star Kate McKinnon is executive producing, and will star as Baskin, in the currently-in-development Joe Exotic series that’s based on season 2 of the Over My Dead Body podcast from Wondery.In other Tiger King News:Joel McHale will host The Tiger King and I, a Netflix aftershow that will premiere on April 12. The special will include new interviews with show stars John Reinke, Joshua Dial, John Finlay, Saff, Erik Cowie, Rick Kirkman, and Jeff and Lauren Lowe, and was announced by Netflix via Twitter, with McHale in an Tiger King-y getup.In the midst of the pandemic-boosted streaming viewership, the series drew 34 million viewers in the first 10 days of its release, besting the ratings for Stranger Things 2 by more than three million viewers, as per Nielsen.On April 13 (9 p.m.), Harvey Levin will host the Fox special TMZ Investigates: Tiger King – What Really Went Down? The hour-long episode will see Levin tackle Joe Exotic’s legal woes and “whether or not (he) is guilty,” with interviews, an “inside” look into the disappearance of Carole Baskin’s husband (the one, as per suggestions floated in the Netflix docuseries, may have been fed to a tiger), and an update on the current status of all the Tiger King dramas.Investigation Discovery is getting in on the Joe Exotic game with a new special called Investigating the Strange World of Joe Exotic. The episode will reportedly include exclusive footage, and will also delve deeper into the death of Carole Baskin’s husband, as well as Tiger King’s other colorful characters, Myrtle Beach animal park owner Doc Antle, and Joe Exotic friend-turned-enemy Jeff Lowe.Meanwhile, even as Donald Trump has commented on the Tiger King fun, might we suggest Lifetime get in on the story? Because we really want to know more about Joe and his five husbands, especially after seeing the full YouTube footage of Exotic’s three-groom wedding with John Finlay and Travis Maldonado.New Trailers: Chris Hemsworth Tries to Rescue a Crime Lord s Son in the Netflix Thriller ExtractionMore trailers:Homecoming, season 2, starring Janelle Monáe and Chris Cooper (Prime Video)Mrs. America, a miniseries about the movement to ratify the Equal Right Amendment, starring Cate Blanchett and Rose Byrne (FX)After Life, season 2, starring Ricky Gervais (Netflix)Selah and the Spades, a teen drama film starring Lovie Simone, Jharrel Jerome, Gina Torres, and Celeste O’Connor (Prime Video)Betty, a teen skateboarding drama, starring Dede Lovelace (HBO)The Half of It, a teen romantic comedy starring Leah Lewis (Netflix)Stargirl, season 1, starring Brec Bassinger (DC Universe)Natalie Wood: What Remains Behind, documentary (HBO)In the Dark, season 2, starring Perry Mattfeld (The CW)The Midnight Gospel, an animated series co-created by Adventure Time creator Pendleton Ward (Netflix)Snowpiercer, season 1, an adaptation of the movie of the same name by Parasite Oscar winner Bong Joon-ho (TNT)For all the latest TV and streaming trailers, subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel.Disney+ Revives Doogie Howser, M.D.(Photo by ABC/courtesy Everett Collection)Disney+ now has 50 million subscribers, which is nearly double the amount it had in early February, Disney announced this week. The streaming service launched in November.One of Disney+’s next big things: a reboot of Doogie Howser, M.D. The new series will be called Doogie Kealoha, M.D., and it will revolve around a 16-year-old Asian-American girl who, like Neil Patrick Harris’ Doogie in the original series, is a genius who graduated college and med school and is now working as a doctor in a Hawaiian hospital. The series is created by Emmy-nominated How I Met Your Mother and Fresh Off the Boat producer Kourtney Kang.Casting News: Lisa Kudrow Playing Steve Carell s Wife in Netflix Comedy Space Force(Photo by Netflix)Lisa Kudrow has signed on to play Steve Carell’s wife in the Netflix comedy Space Force. Created by Carell and The Office producer Greg Daniels, the series revolves around four-star general Mark R. Naird (Carell), who wants to lead the Air Force, but is instead assigned to lead the new sixth brand of the Armed Forces, the Space Force. Emmy winner Kudrow will play Maggie Naird, who has spent two decades put her own dreams on the back burner to support Mark’s career. But with his new job, she decides to take her own future in a different direction.Entourage alum Emmanuelle Chriqui has joined the cast of The CW’s Superman Lois, where she will play Clark Kent’s (Tyler Hoechlin) childhood BFF.Development News: Paul McCartney, Elton John, Lady Gaga, and Lizzo Among One World Concert Performers Who Will Honor Pandemic Health Care WorkersPaul McCartney, Lizzo, Billie Eilish, Elton John, Stevie Wonder, and Lady Gaga are among the performers for One World: Together at Home, the April 18 two-hour concert that will air on ABC, CBS, NBC, and various other platforms, to honor the health care and other workers on the front lines of the global pandemic. Lady Gaga has worked with Global Citizen and the World Health Organization to raise million for WHO and its pandemic initiatives ahead of the show, so the concert will focus on celebrating and thanking those who are working so tirelessly on the behalf of citizens around the world. John Legend, Chris Martin, Eddie Vedder, Kacey Musgraves, Keith Urban, Alanis Morissette, and Andrea Bocelli will also perform, and the special will also be carried via iHeartMedia, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Yahoo, Twitch, Amazon Prime Video, Apple Music, Bravo, E!, MSNBC, SYFY, USA, Freeform, Nat Geo, BET, MTV, CMT, Comedy Central, Logo, Paramount Network, Pop, TV Land and VH1, among many others. Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel, and Jimmy Fallon will co-host the event. (Variety)Starz has greenlit Black Mafia Family, a new drama series from Power executive producer and star 50 Cent and Power writer and producer Randy Huggins. A story about “love, family, and capitalism in the pursuit of the American dream,” the series tells the story of the real-life Flenory brothers, Detroit siblings Demetrius and Terry, whose loyalty helped make them one of the most successful and influential crime families in the country in the 1980s, as well as influential producers in the hip-hop industry, before they were prosecuted and sent to prison.Beginning with the April 22 episode, The Masked Singer will get an aftershow, hosted by Nick Cannon on a “virtual stage.” Celebrity guests will join Cannon remote on The Masked Singer: After the Mask for the rest of season 3.How much are sports fans missing new televised sporting events? So much that they’ll be willing to tune in for a game of H-O-R-S-E, ESPN hopes. Make that, pro H-O-R-S-E. On April 12, ESPN and its streaming app will air Horse Challenge, in which NBA and WNBA players will compete, remotely, in a game of the playground classic shootaround game. Chris Paul (Oklahoma City Thunder), Trae Young (Atlanta Hawks), Tamika Catchings (retired WNBA all-star and MVP from the Indiana Fever, and a four-time Olympic gold medalist), Zach LaVine (Chicago Bulls), Allie Quigley (Chicago Sky), Mike Conley Jr. (Utah Jazz), Paul Pierce (retired Boston Celtics all-star), and Chauncey Billups (a retired, five-time NBA All-Star) will compete, with four quarterfinal games on April 12, and semifinals and a championship game on April 16.The Sopranos stars Michael Imperioli and Steve Schirripa have launched the first two episodes of their Sopranos rewatch podcast Talking Sopranos.Amazon Video has picked up the Dave Bautista action-comedy My Spy, which was set to be released in theaters on April 17. The film, which features Bautista playing a CIA agent who has to deal with a precocious 9-year-old girl when he’s assigned to investigate her family, had already been released in some countries and made million at the international box office.ABC will air a two-hour special to honor late, great producer, director, writer, and actor Garry Marshall on May 12. The Happy Days of Garry Marshall will include footage from Marshall’s many projects, as well as interviews with friends and people he worked with, including Ron Howard, Henry Winkler, Don Most, Marion Ross, and Anson Williams from Happy Days; Cindy Williams, David Lander, and Michael McKean from Laverne Shirley (which also starred Marshall’s sister, Penny Marshall); Richard Gere, Hector Elizondo, and Julia Roberts from Pretty Woman; Pam Dawber from Mork Mindy; and Julie Andrews, Anne Hathaway, and Chris Pine from The Princess Diaries.EPIX has greenlit a six-part docuseries, Helter Skelter, about the Charles Manson and the Manson Family murders. From Lesley Chilcott, a producer on the Oscar-winning An Inconvenient Truth documentary, the series will include never-before-seen interviews with members of the Manson Family and journalists on the scene. It premieres on the cable network on June 14.Austin TV Fest Adapts for Stay-at-Home ContingentThe ninth annual ATX Festival, celebrating television each year in Austin, will be a virtual event this year. Retitled ATX TV … from the Couch!, the event will run from June 4-7.Our ATX Co-Founders Caitlin and Emily have an important update for you on #ATXTVs9. Please read their full statement below. If you are a Season 9 Badgeholder or Wristband holder, please visit this link for additional details: https://t.co/rFsiMRycQb pic.twitter.com/nzO6jEpaht ATX TV Festival (@ATXFestival) April 6, 2020Organizers will announce a new lineup of virtual panels at the ATX website.Full Quarantine AheadThe Full House cast filmed – remotely, as if it needed to be said at this point – a do-over of their opening credits sequence, to remind fans to stay at home during the pandemic. View this post on Instagram #fullquarantine Stayhome/Staysafe/Stamos Unlike #FullHouse, this will all go away. #fullhousechallenge #wewin.A post shared by John Stamos (@johnstamos) on Apr 8, 2020 at 8:42am PDT
If you have a suggestion for a movie or show you think we should do an episode on, let us know in the comments, or email us at email@example.com.Meet the hostsJacqueline Coley is an editor at Rotten Tomatoes, with a focus on awards and indie coverage but with a passion for everything, from the MCU to musicals and period pieces. Coley is a regular moderator at conventions and other events, can be seen on Access Hollywood and other shows, and will not stand Constantine slander of any kind. Follow Jacqueline on Twitter: @THATjacqueline.Mark Ellis is a comedian and contributing editor for Rotten Tomatoes. He currently hosts the Rotten Tomatoes series Versus, among others, and can be seen co-hosting the sports entertainment phenomenon Movie Trivia Schmoedown. His favorite Star Wars movie is Jedi (guess which one!), his favorite person is actually a dog (his beloved stepdaughter Mollie), and – thanks to this podcast – he s about to watch Burlesque for the first time in his life. Follow Mark on Twitter: @markellislive.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
Ever wondered how Axel Foley would fare in a Saw movie? Your ponderings are about to be answered in Spiral: From the Book of Saw, a reboot of the terrifying franchise famous for its inventive murder traps. The movie’s star, Chris Rock, says that he wanted to bring humor – and a sharp look at social issues – to the series, which he’s loved for a long time, and see how an Eddie Murphy-style cop would operate in a horror film. Ahead of the movie’s release, Rotten Tomatoes correspondent Naz Perez sat down with Rock to talk about his move into more dramatic material, the mood on set, and just how scary the movie’s epic traps are in real-life. Plus, Perez spoke with co-stars Max Minghella and Marisol Nichols, and director Darren Lynn Bousman, who revealed just how the Saw team dreams up their brutal contraptions, builds them, and eventually tests them. (For real.)Spiral releases in theaters on May 14, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
DNF手游由于体验服经济系统改版，大量玩家在DNF手游中轻松就能获得大量游戏币，同时DNF手游体验服还新出了一个金币副本，玩家每天通关这个副本就会获得大量的金币，此外如果玩家等级低，选择扫荡就会大幅收获金币的机率，而玩家在根据小号打造装备，然后在转移到大号身上。 My motto is, no matter what, if a film moves me, there is no shame in turning on the waterworks. I ugly cried in the theater during Disney’s Coco, I sobbed through the second half of Titanic, and I bawled my eyes out for the third and fourth installments of Toy Story. But I’ve been known to get teary-eyed during scary movies, too when I say I ll cry if a film moves me, I do mean any film, including horror.It may seem odd to get emotional during horror films, but they can do so much more than just be terrifying. Some can inspire sadness, hope, or even happiness. The first one I remember getting me in my feelings is Candyman (1992); I was nine years old and begged my father to take me to see it. While the film terrified me throughout, a dramatic tear rolled down my cheek during the last 15 minutes. There was something about sacrifice and children that got to me, even at a young age it still gets me to this day.As Halloween approaches, we revisited some of the films that include a little slashing, a little bashing, and a little sensitivity. Got suggestions of horror movies that made you weep? Let us know in the comments. [Warning: Major spoilers follow below.]
The holiday weekend delivered nearly 0 million to a pair of new releases, though each are headed in different directions. One of them is looking to be the biggest film in its series, as well as having the second biggest opening over the Martin Luther King holiday. The other is on the path to become the first big disaster of the new year and decade. It is one of the few negatives within a top 10 set to rank as the fifth-biggest Martin Luther King holiday weekend ever.King of the Crop: Bad Boys for Life Dominates Weekend With .4 Million(Photo by Columbia Pictures)The two biggest MLK holiday moneymakers are American Sniper and Bad Boys for Life. The third entry in the very spaced-out series with Will Smith and Martin Lawrence earned an estimated .2 million over the weekend and .4 million in its first four days. That eclipses the .6 million that Ride Along opened to back in 2014 (the Ice Cube–Kevin Hart comedy was the MLK leader until Eastwood’s film exploded with 7.2 million the following year). Bad Boys II opened to .5 million in the summer of 2003. Bad Boys for Life’s total makes it the seventh best opening amongst sequels opening more than 10 years past their previous entry. It is a list that includes The Force Awakens, Jurassic World, Incredibles 2, Finding Dory, Toy Story 3, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull in front of it, and Men In Black 3, Mad Max: Fury Road, and Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines behind it.Depending on who you talk to, Bad Boys II is either one of the greatest action films ever made (see: Hot Fuzz) or one of the worst, most vile films ever produced (see: Michael Bay). For a July release it may have grossed 8.6 million, but that is still just a 2.97 multiple over its opening, representing on the lower scales of word-of-mouth success for a summer film. Of the 18 films to open between million– million in July only four films had a worse multiple (The Nutty Professor II, Lucy, 2016’s Ghostbusters and The Village). How will the million Bad Boys for Life rank with audiences? On the surface, it would seem unlikely for the film not to replace Paul Blart: Mall Cop as the all-time January champion with 6.33 million. (American Sniper technically began its run in December.) Given this third film is unchartered territory because of the disparity between the Sniper and Ride Along openings, it is hard to pinpoint precisely. On the other hand, only 25 percent of the true January-openers have had a multiple lower than the 2.46 Bad Boys for Life would need to knock down the Mall Cop, even if one of them was Taken 3.
西游杀官网 Watch: Makeup artist John Caglione Jr. and 42 Entertainment CEO Susan Bonds on creating the look of the Joker, and revealing it to the world.In 2019, Rotten Tomatoes turns 21, and to mark the occasion we’re celebrating the 21 Most Memorable Moments from the movies over the last 21 years. In this special video series, we speak to the actors and filmmakers who made those moments happen, revealing behind-the-scenes details of how they came to be and diving deep into why they’ve stuck with us for so long. Once we’ve announced all 21, it will be up to you, the fans, to vote for which is the most memorable moment of all. In this episode of our ‘21 Most Memorable Moments’ series, makeup artist John Caglione Jr. and Susan Bonds, CEO of 42 Entertainment, break down how the iconic look of Heath Ledger s Joker came to be, and how it was first shown to the world.VOTE FOR THIS MOMENT IN OUR 21 MOST MEMORABLE MOVIE MOMENTS POLLThe Movie: The Dark Knight (2008) 94%It may not have kicked off a cinematic universe, but there’s no denying that Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight is among the most important superhero movies ever made – and some would say one of the most important movies, period. Released in the summer of 2008, just a few months after Iron Man, it would go on to earn rave reviews (Certified Fresh at 94% on the Tomatometer), make billion at the global box office, and be nominated for eight Oscars, ultimately winning for Best Sound Editing and Best Supporting Actor for Heath Ledger. It would also change the Oscars forever: the outcry over the film’s Best Picture nomination snub led to the Academy changing its rules to allow 10 nominees. We found it impossible to isolate a single moment from the film to celebrate for this series, and instead landed on Ledger’s Joker as a whole – a performance, a visual, and a legacy that feels like one mammoth moment in and of itself. And yet, not everyone was convinced the young Australian actor had what it would take to inhabit the character. Here, Susan Bonds, CEO of experiential marketing company 42 Entertainment, reveals how she worked with the filmmakers on the viral campaign that first revealed the Joker to fans, more than a year out from the film’s release – a bravura instance of viral marketing that turned the conversation around and gave fans their first taste of what was going to be one of the most incredible characters and performances to ever hit the big screen. John Caglione Jr., the makeup artist who collaborated with Ledger on the Joker, then reveals how they discovered the character’s iconic look.42 Entertainment was charged with engaging fans with the new film. (Photo by ©Warner Bros./Courtesy Everett Collection)“Remember the Joker card at the end? It was kind of like, well, who is this guy?”Susan Bonds: “One of the first things that our chief creative Alex Lieu suggested to me is go to read The Killing Joke, and go read The Long Halloween, and just go read some of these seminal stories that the Joker was featured in to understand his character. He was very unpredictable. He was an agent of chaos, I believe, is what the Nolans referred to him as, but he was someone who was a very compelling character as well. He had a tragic past; he had a tragic story. We started [the story of the marketing experience] from the last frame of Batman Begins: The head of the mob had been killed, Jim Gordon and Batman were kind of forging their relationship, Harvey Dent wasn t even a conversation at that point. But the Joker… remember the Joker card at the end? It was kind of like, well, who is this guy? The Joker had just barely been introduced. [We wanted to] use the Joker and lead up to TheDark Knight.To give people in Gotham City exposure to who this character might be.”“Quite frankly, the community was very split about how Heath Ledger was going to come in and play one of the most iconic villains of all time.”Bonds: It s hard for us to remember now, because, the film has been out and it s so beloved, but at the time there was a huge amount of curiosity, from fans, about this character. Another thing that we always do [when preparing a campaign], is we go on the message boards and read, and obviously there are very strong fan communities around superhero properties. There was a lot of discussion, and quite frankly, the community was very split about how Heath Ledger was going to come in and play one of the most iconic villains of all time. Jack Nicholson had put an amazing stamp on the character in the first film. And also Heath hadn t really done anything similar to this. In fact, he d done some things that were quite the opposite of this, and I think that there were a lot of questions about whether or not he could play this villain. Now we [at the company], had the benefit of seeing Heath in makeup and even the first reports off the set were just that he was absolutely just transformational. But how do you close that gap, of that uncertainty in the public vein? Of course, it s going to be a year-and-a-half before they see the film. So, one of the things that we did is we put a spotlight on that character from the beginning, and the filmmakers wanted to get out to the community the very first picture of Heath in the Joker make-up.”The first photo the world saw of Ledger s Joker. (Photo by © Warner Bros. Pictures, 42 Entertainment)“I think it took over 20 hours and 97,000 e-mails for people to reveal this image.”Bonds: “We devised a scenario where, in comic-book stores all across the country, [fans] found Joker cards that said, ‘I believe in Harvey Dent, too.’ We had put up a little teaser on the Warner Bros. site where you could find ‘I believe in Harvey Dent’ and see the campaign poster featuring Aaron Eckhart for the first time. And so they followed the cards to a URL where, essentially, they got to cast their vote and put in their e-mail address to get x and y co-ordinates, and that allowed them to take a pixel away from the campaign poster revealing the first image of the Joker. This was over year, about fifteen months, before it was coming out. It caught on fire, and I think it took over 20 hours and 97,000 e-mails for people to reveal this image. And, of course, in the process, they re putting up their own pictures of what they think it s going to be like. It really was a very, very effective and dramatic way to change the conversation. I remember having a very visceral reaction to [that first image]. I probably had the same emotional reaction most people had when they saw it. It s very intriguing. I couldn t even really tell it was Heath, you know. It definitely made me want to get more involved in the world.”The Moment: A Different Kind of JokerFrom the moment the world saw that first image of the Joker, the conversation did change. Fans were no longer skeptical: this was the unique, dark take on the character that many had been waiting for. Here was a Joker that wore clown makeup, of a kind, but was no clown. It set the tone not just for the character, but the whole film, and the marketing campaign that led up to it (including landmark activations from 42 Entertainment). Eventually, “Why So Serious?” would become a catch cry for the film – a line smeared in red across posters, repeated in trailers – and one that captured the Joker’s taunting of Batman but also the character and the movie’s taunting of the audience. But more than anything, it was that scarred, smudged, terrifying grin, with Ledger lurking somewhere beneath it, that would stick with us for years: the face of a maniac who was capable of anything. Here, Caglione explains how he and Ledger created it.“Chris brought in books of Francis Bacon paintings, these very blurry images. That really set the tone and set us in a direction of really just muting down and degrading the makeup.”John Caglione Jr.: “I think Heath was in a preliminary wardrobe fitting when I met him. And he was with Chris. And then from there, I did some sketches based on reading the script and meeting with those guys. I think that universe that Chris wanted to create was a very real universe. I went away and started doing little sketches… But it didn t really start to happen until I got to London and we started playing with makeup on Heath and experimenting with a very decaying, kind o