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海底世界3d下载采用百度引擎1(Baidu 9)This week s TV news brings updates on highly anticipated sci-fi series, Lifetime movies, prestige dramas, and more.Harley Quinn Star Kaley Cuoco Explains the Series Blurred Line DC Universe s upcoming animated series Harley Quinn, about the character introduced in the animated Batman series, is decidedly not for kids. There are plenty of f-bombs dropped by the characters, but there is one particular word that gets bleeped instead. In a show that is packed to the gills with foul language, said executive producer Patrick Schumacker, we wanted to — well, I mean, here’s what I will say: That episode involves a certain villain, voiced by Tony Hale, who is ousted from the Legion of Doom, because using the C-word is not their brand of evil. And so we wanted to make sure that everyone was aware that that is the one word — well, there are probably other words that we should bleep out as well, but we haven’t incorporated those in. Added star Kaley Cuoco, who voices the titular character, That’s the one. It’s a really blurred line. The character s back story includes an abusive, dysfunctional relationship with the Joker, which executive producer Justin Halpern said will be explored in the animated series. That is something that we felt we needed to address in the show, he said. The idea was that we’ve all been in relationships with someone that we felt maybe wasn’t right for us all the way to someone that was toxic for us, and how you extricate yourself from that is really what this show’s about. How do you get out of that kind of relationship and then figure out, what am I gonna do now that I’m out of it? What do I want? I’ve been living somebody else’s life for a really long time. And so that is something we really wanted to tackle. We didn’t want to shy away from it. His Dark Materials Will Bring One Book Per Season to TVHBO s series adaptation of Philip Pullman s His Dark Materials novels is designed essentially as a trilogy, writer Jack Thorne told reporters at the 2019 Television Critics Association summer press tour in Beverly Hills, with the story of one book being told per season. Largely, it’s one book per season, he said. There are a few treats I’ve stolen from future books that I’ve tried to infuse this season with — to give that away would be to give away some quite big secrets, so I can’t quite do that here. But the whole thing was looking at the whole story, three books, and going, How did Philip think of them like this? And how can we celebrate them in the best possible way? And sometimes, that celebration involved moving certain elements forward. Ultimately, though, Thorne and executive producer Jane Tranter wanted to stay as faithful as possible to the book series. Sometimes when you’re doing an adaptation of things, there’s a moment when you kind of feel like you know everything there is to know, Thorne said. With Philip, you never can. And we had him on our shoulder all the way through to sort of guide us through that. But, you know, it’s a very, very challenging show to write. And but also a glorious show to write. HBO Addresses Big Little Lies Season 2 DramaAfter an explosive story about behind-the-scenes drama on Big Little Lies, HBO is backing the series creative team. An expose in IndieWire accused the series of wrestling creative control from season 2 director Andrea Arnold, instead giving editing duties back to season 1 director and executive producer Jean-Marc Vallee and cutting her out of the process. But HBO boss Casey Bloys told reporters this week that the story was untrue. There wouldn t be a second season of Big Little Lies without Andrea. We re indebted to her, he said, but as anybody who works in television knows, the director typically doesn t have final creative control so the idea that creative control was taken from her is a false premise. Bloys said that Arnold turned in director s cuts for all seven of her episodes, after which showrunner David E. Kelley and the entire producing team — Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon included — asked Vallee and his team to come in and hone the installments after. It s not unusual at all to ask an executive producer to come in and hone the episodes, Bloys said, adding, I would be hard-pressed to point to any show that airs a director s cut as its episode. How Does The Terror: Infamy Tie Into Season 1?The first season of AMC s The Terror was based on a thousand-page novel. But season 2 of the now-anthology series, The Terror: Infamy, has its very own mystery. The DNA we share with season 1 of The Terror is that it’s an historical story told with a genre of vocabulary, and in both cases it’s about a group of people who are in a place where they are not welcome, and where the human terror is as palpable as the supernatural terror, showrunner Alexander Woo told reporters at TCA summer press tour. But from the beginning the strategy was to use the horror of Japanese kaidan, or ghost stories, and the Japanese horror movies that are descended from it as an analog for the terror of the historical experience, so you really feel like what it’s like to be in the skin of these characters. Added star Derek Mio, I think what’s great about our season that expands upon the first season is the monster in our season has her own story, back-story and motivations, and that just adds a whole other layer to it. It’s as if the tuunbaq had its own origin story. Why Mr. Mercedes Skipped Over Book 2 in Stephen King s SeriesAT T Audience Network s Mr. Mercedes is based on Stephen King s Bill Hodges trilogy, but the second season skipped over the second book in the series. Now, with season 3, it s circling back to the Finders Keepers story. At the end of season one, because the focus of the show was this love/hate affair between Brady Hartsfield and Bill Hodges, and because of the condition we left our hero villain, played by Harry Treadaway — almost comatose after his head was bashed in — we had to figure out a way to have him in the show in an active way, explained executive producer Jack Bender. And we all — the writers, myself, all of us — came up with a version that wasn’t going to be this Finders Keepers, and we knew we were going to have to put that off and found a way to make that the focus of season 3. I’m very proud of our show every season, but I believe is our strongest season. Marvel Reveals Disney+ Premiere Dates(Photo by Marvel Studios)While the Marvel panel at San Diego Comic-Con this year was packed with plenty of movie news, the company also teased the MCU s latest TV offerings. The first to hit the streaming service, which launches on November 12, is  The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, starring Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan in the titles roles, respectively. The series will also star Daniel Brühl, reprising his role as Captain America: Civil War’s Baron Zemo.The next two series will debut in spring 2021: Tom Hiddleston in Loki and Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany in WandaVision, which will also star Teyonah Parris as the grown-up Monica Rambeau and will tie into the second Doctor Strange film.The animated What If ? is next, bowing in summer 2021, and Jeremy Renner s Hawkeye will premiere in the fall of that year.READ MORE: Comic-Con 2019: Everything We Learned from Marvel’s Phase Four PresentationFelicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin Scandal Is Becoming a Lifetime Movie(Photo by Rodin Eckenroth/Getty Images; Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)Lifetime is working on a ripped-from-the-headlines movie about the college admissions scandal that has embroiled actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman. The official synopsis: College Admissions Scandal will follow two wealthy mothers who share an obsession with getting their teenagers into the best possible college. When charismatic college admissions consultant Rick Singer offers a side door into the prestigious institutions of their dreams, they willingly partake with visions of coveted acceptance letters in their heads. But when Singer cooperates with the FBI and pleads guilty, the mothers who risked everything for their kids, must face the consequences of their crimes and the loss of trust and respect from their families. Quibi s Newest Series: Pasta, Tiny Food, and WineThe latest series ordered by short-form streaming service Quibi include Chef Evan Funke s eight-part docuseries Shape of Pasta, about the living history of Italian pasta-making, a miniature food competition called The Biggest Little Cook-Off, where two top chefs will compete to make the perfect single bite of food, and Winos, a comedy created by and starring Thomas Lennon about a failed Silicon Valley entrepreneur who tries to turn around a failing vineyard.Casting Update: Homecoming s New Lead and More(Photo by Tsuni/Everett Collection)Janelle Monáe will headline the second season of Amazon Prime Video s Homecoming as a tenacious woman who finds herself floating in a canoe, with no memory of how she got there — or even who she is, according to TVLine. Season 1 star Julia Roberts will retain her off-screen role as executive producer and creator Sam Esmail will return to run the second season.FX has ordered a new drama starring Jeff Bridges called The Old Man. Based on the bestselling novel of the same name, the series pilot begins filming in the fall. The actor will play a retired CIA officer who must contend with his past.Xosha Roquemore and Alano Miller will star in the first season of Ava DuVernay s romance anthology Cherish the Day. They ll play a couple who meet and fall in love in Los Angeles, and the series will chronicle the stirring romance of one couple, with each episode spanning a single day. The season-long narrative will unfold to reveal significant moments in a relationship that compel us to hold true to the ones we love, from the extraordinary to the everyday. Development Update: Alicia Keys Musical, New Graphic Novel Adaptation(Photo by Tsuni/Everett Collection)According to Deadline, Lost s Carlton Cuse and Wonder Woman s Jason Fuchs are developing a TV series based on Douglas Adams comedy sci-fi novel The Hitchhiker s Guide to the Galaxy for Hulu.Showtime has ordered a musical drama series from Alicia Keys and Dear Evan Hansen s Benj Pasek and Justin Paul. The series will tell a multi-generational story set in both modern-day and 1959 Detroit surrounding a young musician who moves back to her childhood home.AMC is adapting graphic novel Farmland, about a Southern farmer who harvests human organs.USA Network s newest reality series, Cannonball, will pit 16 contestants against each other in a water-based competition that will include four rounds of physical challenges, from the Mega-Ramp to the Drop Tower and more.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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Spider-Man: Far From Home has a lot on its shoulders. Not only does it need to satisfy as a follow-up to the well-received Spider-Man: Homecoming (Certified Fresh at 92%) but also serve as a sequel to this year’s hugely successful Avengers: Endgame (Certified Fresh at 94%). Plus, it’s only been about six months since the release of another acclaimed Spider-Man movie, the Oscar-winning animated feature Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. Fortunately, such responsibility is met with great power, according to critics.This movie takes Tom Holland’s Peter Parker/Spidey on a European field trip and sees him reluctantly fighting elemental monsters alongside Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) and a mysterious new hero played by Jake Gyllenhaal. Reviews of Far From Home so far highlight its cast, its action, and how it offers a light epilogue to the events of Endgame. The teen comedy stuff may still the best part, but for most it’s yet another essential entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.Here’s what critics are saying about Spider-Man: Far From Home:Is this the movie we needed right after Avengers: Endgame?“Far From Home serves as a vital comic palette cleanser following the latest gargantuan Avengers outing.” Jordan Farley, Total Film/GamesRadar“It’s a hopeful tone, which, after the last two Avengers movies, is very welcome.” Mike Ryan, Uproxx“[It’s] so important to making the MCU feel fleshed-out and realized and providing real stakes by reminding us how an average person would react to these world-changing events.” Matt Goldberg, Collider It more than earns the consideration of being the best solo Marvel film in its third phase.” Khal Davenport, Complex“This comes off as a less-than-glittering star in the Marvel firmament.” Todd McCarthy, Hollywood Reporter“[It] only exists to clean up the cataclysmic mess that Avengers: Endgame left behind…as a stand-alone story it’s a hollow exercise in going through the motions.”- David Ehrlich, IndieWire(Photo by © Columbia Pictures / © Marvel )How does it compare to other Spider-Man movies?“It might just be my favorite live-action Spider-Man film to-date.” Dorian Parks, Geeks of Color“Not to take anything away from Spider-Man: Homecoming, but Far from Home improves on it in a number of ways.” Travis Hopson, Punch Drunk Critics While I felt Homecoming did not always live up to the Spider-Man brand in the sense of its predecessors, Far From Home does.” Sheraz Farooqi, ComicBook Debate“Far From Home gets closer, in spirit, to the good Tobey Maguire films. (It has a kiss worthy of Spider-Man 2.)” Owen Gleiberman, Variety“Far From Home is a worthy companion to the psychedelia of Into the Spider-Verse.” Matt Patches, Polygon“A maddening failure when compared to the remarkable artistry of Into the Spider-Verse or the raw pathos of Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 2.” David Ehrlich, IndieWire(Photo by JoJo Whilden / © Columbia Pictures / © Marvel )What if we’re just here for some teen romance?“Peter and MJ’s chemistry is where the real heart of the movie lies…it subtly tells a love story between the two characters which I thought it was handled beautifully.” Dorian Parks, Geeks of Color“Zendaya and Holland have such amazing chemistry on both a friendship and romantic level…a balanced but exciting pair to see on screen.” Kate Sánchez , But Why Tho? A Geek Communit“The bits between Peter and MJ are still where the movie is at its best, but their screen-time together is far too limited.” David Ehrlich, IndieWireIs Tom Holland getting better and better at playing Spider-Man?“Holland delivered an exceptional performance by delivering such a wide range of emotions…I believe this is his strongest performance yet.” Dorian Parks, Geeks of Color“Based on his performance in Far From Home, I m gonna need him [in the role] for as long as possible.” Khal Davenport, Complex(Photo by © Columbia Pictures / © Marvel )How is Jake Gyllenhaal as Mysterio?“Gyllenhaal Gyllenhaals all over Far From Home, adding a potentially illegal amount of charm to every single line reading and gesture.” Alexis Nedd, Mashable“The wild energy he pumps into Beck is of the same infectious variety that you find in Okja, Southpaw, or Jarhead.” Brad Gullickson, Film School Rejects“Gyllenhaal’s Quentin Beck is a shifting enigma of a character that the actor happily infuses with his unnerving bizarro energy seen in films like Nightcrawler and Velvet Buzzsaw, albeit slightly toned down.” Hoai-Tran Bui, Slashfilm“I didn’t think Mysterio was a character that could be pulled off properly in a movie. As it turns out, if you hire a fantastic actor and let a director who understands Mysterio take a crack at it, it’s very possible.” Mike Ryan, UproxxHow is the writing?“Spider-Man Far From Home turns all its intelligent themes into a triumphant story of self-belief for Peter Parker.” Rodrigo Perez, The Playlist“One must be content with enjoying the passing wit of the screenplay by Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers, which is agreeable if hardly dazzling.” Todd McCarthy, Hollywood Reporter“Most of the MCU has required people to suspend disbelief, but this installment demands that viewers expel it entirely; the amount of brain-checking labor is off-the-charts absurd.” David Ehrlich, IndieWire(Photo by © Columbia Pictures / © Marvel )Is it funny?“The film is far funnier than anticipated, though the comedy doesn’t always land, but the sheer number of jokes loaded into Far From Home is impressive.” Hoai-Tran Bui, Slashfilm“If Homecoming emulated John Hughes’ high school comedies, Far From Home much more accurately duplicates the silliness of one of Hughes’ Vacation flicks.” David Crow, Den of GeekSo the movie works best when it’s not a superhero action movie?“If there weren’t twists and turns and acrobatic thrills ballooning the movie to blockbuster status, the cast would still make Far From Home a joy.” Matt Patches, Polygon“It’s a pleasant and lovely coming-of-age story first, a wild, funny, and cleverly executed comic book story second…in the blending of Peter Parker’s internal and external conflicts, it’s a home run.” Hoai-Tran Bui, Slashfilm(Photo by © Columbia Pictures / © Marvel )Is there also some great action, though?“The action has received a serious upgrade…the final battle may be the best we ve seen in a Spider-Man movie.” Travis Hopson, Punch Drunk Critics“The best action sequences in a non-animated Spider-Man movie since Spider-Man 2.” David Crow, Den of Geek“The action felt very fluid, web-swinging was exhilarating and certain sequences in the third act were jaw droopingly awesome for any Spidey fan.” Sheraz Farooqi, ComicBook Debate“The action is an improvement on the last entry, but it still amounts to little more than the typical light show. It delivers on that ingredient, but it s not why we re here.” Brad Gullickson, Film School Rejects“The acrobatic action here lacks the intimacy and personal stakes vital for superhero scraps to register as anything other than eye candy in this era of anything-goes CGI.” Jordan Farley, Total Film/GamesRadarHow about the special effects?“Visually speaking, the effects are quite stunning.” Danielle Solzman, Solzy at the Movies“Sand, water, and fire creatures slinging CG elements across cityscapes sounds like a set-piece philosophy from 2004, but 15 years of technological improvement goes a long way.” Matt Patches, Polygon Many have criticized Marvel films for nearly always ending in a smashy CGI-laden fight…but this smashy, CGI-laden villain fight is one of the absolute best ever produced in the series.” Alexis Nedd, Mashable“Some instances of web-slinging or close-ups leaves Spidey feeling more like Play-dough-man and less the extremely athletic hero that he is.” Kate Sánchez , But Why Tho? A Geek Community(Photo by © Columbia Pictures / © Marvel )Are there any major gripes?“There are a few moments where the editing felt jarring and the pacing felt uneven…tone inconsistency and an over reliance on comedy in places of drama seemed off as well.” Sheraz Farooqi, ComicBook Debate“It is predictable and ultimately the same Spider-Man story from his first solo, but this time in Europe and with a different mentor.” Kate Sánchez , But Why Tho? A Geek CommunityDoes the movie set us up for more Spidey in the MCU?“Far From Home makes sure audiences know who Phase 4’s most important character is.” Sheraz Farooqi, ComicBook Debate“My money is on Spider-Man being the savior of the MCU.” Khal Davenport, Complex I can’t imagine the future of the MCU without this character…I too hope Spider-Man is the new Iron Man. It means we’ll get over a decade’s worth of movies with him.” Matt Goldberg, Collider“Tony and co. may be gone, but the future of the MCU is in safe hands.” Jordan Farley, Total Film/GamesRadar(Photo by © Columbia Pictures / © Marvel )Should we stay after the credits? Its mid and post credits scenes are some of the most gratifying since The Avengers.” Alexis Nedd, Mashable“It’s never a good sign when both of a film’s most significant plot points are buried in the closing credits.” David Ehrlich, IndieWireSpider-Man: Far From Home opens in theaters Jul 2, 2019.海底世界3d下载(Photo by Ewurakua Dawson-Amoah)To the Girl That Looks Like Me is part of the Scene in Color Film Series, presented by Target, which shines a light on incredible filmmaking talent. As part of the series, three emerging filmmakers will receive mentorship from producer Will Packer, and their films are available to watch on Rotten Tomatoes, MovieClips Indie Channel, Peacock, and the NBC App.Ewurakua Dawson-Amoah’s lyrical short film To the Girl That Looks Like Me is an adaptation of one of the filmmaker’s poems – a piece of writing that had an unlikely inspiration: a picture of Kim Kardashian in “boxer braids” as part of an article about hot new looks.“I remember being so angry, because that was the exact hair style that I wore when I was going into school,” Dawson-Amoah says. “I would get teased for [it], people would call it ‘corn rows,’ like, ‘you have rows of corn, why does your hair look so weird?’ And now because a celebrity has it, it’s suddenly something that’s really cool.”The poem, and the film she would go onto make, takes that anger and creates something breathtakingly beautiful from it – and joyful: a celebration of Black women’s bodies, minds, and spirits. As Dawson-Amoah reads lines from her poem, we see Black women dancing, laughing, and moving confidently through striking spaces – a church, the woods – many of which have personal connections to the filmmaker.It is a singular viewing experience, a visual poem that’s both moving and incredibly insightful. “I wanted to combine my history, my culture, and my upbringing in this space to try to create a film that let other Black girls who might have had a similar experience growing up know that there’s a space for them in the industry – but also in the world,” Dawson-Amoah says. “Because a lot of us grow up thinking there’s not a space for us at the table.”See more shorts and meet more filmmakers from the Scene in Color Film Series.

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Joel Meares for Rotten Tomatoes: It was really interesting watching this film and then having also recently watched When They See Us, Ava DuVernay s piece on Netflix, and seeing both projects focus on post-prison life in a way we don’t often see. Was there something in doing this film that you learned that you didn t know about what happens people leave prison and have to navigate the systems and rules outside?Just how difficult it is in every element and every aspect. It seems like that world is working against you. Brian has a book now called What Set Me Free, and there you ll learn a whole host of things he went through in terms of dealing with a parole officer who was not very kind to him. And him actually trying to make it; it s like they work to put you back in prison. They don t really have a good start, they don t have help; they’re out, but it seems like the prison system is working as hard as it can to get them back in, cutting off any sense of the opportunity at a real life as much as possible.Before we started shooting, I had to wear an ankle monitor, the same one Brian wore, for about a month. Tom Shadyac, the director, asked me if I would be willing to just wear it without taking it off and I only took it off when we got to shooting a scene where I had to take it off. When you wear it and you re so self-conscious, you realize this thing now is part of your identity – you have to shift how you do everything. The fact that you can t go within a certain distance of a park and parks are everywhere you start noticing parks are everywhere. So that means you can t live in certain places, you can t even eat in certain places, you can t be around certain people. It shifts your entire idea of what the world is. People are still in a cage when they re on parole. Just because they re outside, they re not free.So you weren t just wearing it, you were wearing it and abiding by the rules?Yeah, brother, it s not fun. You have to charge that thing at night or else it starts beeping and will wake you up. You have to figure out how to shower with it. You do not wear shorts for anything; you wear thick socks to cover it. It was a real process. I appreciated that Tom asked me to do that because it was something to get into the mindset. It really put me in the state of mind of what it means to be self-conscious in a different way. I just did a month; Brian had to do five years.How much time did you spend with Brian, and what was your biggest take away from your time with him?We met about a month-and-a-half prior to shooting in Memphis. The moment we had a conversation, right off the bat, I started asking him about his whole training regiment, so I could get a trainer, but I was like, Why don t you train me yourself? We started training together in the gym and we were basically together every single day; we were either together physically in the gym or we talked every single day until we got to Memphis. When we were in Memphis we were still together every single day, even on the days off. It was just me and him. We formed a great bond. We re still friends today. I had a chance to meet his little son a few months ago back in New York. He gave me such a great opportunity to really execute my art and show what I can do and be effective in a different way; hopefully more effective towards a progressive conversation about change.So, he s taught me a few things, but he s a great guy, and the very first time we met, that was what it was about for me. Do I like this guy? Do I respect this guy? I asked him if he was still angry and bitter. He said, “Nah, the anger had its time. I let it go. I just want to be happy.” I was like, this man is elevated, so I can respect that, I can learn from that. That’s my dude right there.You ve done this film and Clemency and played a D.A. in City on a Hill. What draws you to these kinds of stories – about prison and issues in the justice system? And why do you think we are seeing a number of prominent stories like this at the moment?I can t answer why they re getting told at the moment outside of just serendipitous timing, because Brian really started trying to pioneer this project back in 2012. I think the first script was written by 2014. We shot this film in 2017, so it s years in the making before finally getting to a place where I think the universe was just like, “Now is the time.” You couldn’t work out the time better between When They See Us and this movie coming out. I think it s the universe saying, We really do have an issue. Let s really focus on the conversations that need to be had, and actions that need to be taken when it comes to this. Nothing really drove me directly to Brian Banks. He came to me and I answered. I kind of leave myself open these days; I m trying to just not control or live in the illusion of control when it comes to what I m doing. If something feels right, I ll hit it and, you know, the Banks audition came across, I believed in the story, I was personally inspired, so I was like, “Please let me be an asset.” And I was lucky enough to book the job.Thumbnail image: Rachel Luna/Getty Images for Film Independent, Universal Pictures, Lions Gate, Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp, Akhirwan Nurhaidir/©Sony Pictures ClassicsBrian Banks is in theaters August 9, 2019.

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Wow, now that was unexpected. Bohemian Rhapsody producer Graham King summed up the entire 76th Annual Golden Globes Awards program Sunday night in its final moments as his film took the Motion Picture Drama award.It was a night of big surprises on both the film and TV front, as the Hollywood Foreign Press handed out its 2019 honors. The night s big, emotional wins came from leading drama actress Glenn Close for film The Wife (an upset, considering many expected Lady Gaga to take the award for her role in A Star Is Born), top drama actor Rami Malek for his starring role as rock icon Freddie Mercury in the night s top film, and, on TV, Richard Madden for his actor in a drama series win for Bodyguard, reaction to The Kominsky Method s various upsets, and The Americans snagging the Best Television Series Drama award for its final season. (See the full list of winners here.)Read on to learn about those big wins and more of the best moments of the night.Film s Biggest Moments | TV s Biggest MomentsSandra Oh Makes an Emotional Opening StatementAfter a well-received opening monologue built around the idea of the two nicest people in Hollywood trying their hardest to be mean – and failing – Oh took a moment to acknowledge the history she was making by hosting as an Asian-American. Oh told the audience, “I said yes to the fear of being on this stage tonight because I wanted to be here and look out onto this audience and witness this moment of change. I’m not fooling myself. Next year could be different and probably will. But right now, this moment is real. Because I see you. I see you. All of these faces of change. And now, so will everyone else.”FILMBest Motion Picture Drama – Bohemian Rhapsody(Photo by Paul Drinkwater/NBC)Once Rami Malek got his Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture Drama, the Bohemian Rhapsody star clutched onto it like the statue was going to make a break for it (see his speech here). At just 62% on the Tomatometer, Bohemian Rhapsody was not the movie the RT office was expecting to win Best Drama. And yet, in a massive upset that leaves A Star Is Born’s Oscar prospects positively shaken, the movie took at the top prize on Sunday night, and, though somewhat less of a surprise, Malek took best actor. Will it be enough to get the film an Oscar nod? We’ll be able to tell later this month.Regina King Wins Best Supporting Actress, Makes Powerful PledgeRegina King’s win for Best Supporting Actress in a Movie for If Beale Street Could Talk was no big surprise – she’s favored to take out the Oscar, too – but her speech was one of the most powerful of the evening. After a touching tribute to director Barry Jenkins for making a film that her son said “was the first time he saw himself on screen,” King made a pledge that every project she produces in t
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Best-Reviewed Action Adventure Movies 2020A revisionist romp through Victorian England awaits adventurous movie thrill-seekers in Enola Holmes, which fashions young star Millie Bobby Brown, a budding sleuth hot in the footsteps of her famous older brother. Then, the military movie canon gets another medal with The Outpost, depicting the most brutal American conflict out of the Afghanistan War. Tom Hanks Greyhound is nearby in the wings, though its presentation of the war movie is in a more decidedly classical mode. Meanwhile, the post-apocalypse is still going strong in Love and Monsters, and the surprise hit Bad Boys For Life is the best kind of action movie throwback.The order of the rank below reflects the Adjusted Score as of February 28, 2021. Scores might change over time.« Previous Category Next Category »
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(Photo by Paramount Pictures)The movie Airplane!, which celebrates its 40th anniversary on July 2, is routinely regarded as the crème de la crème of spoof films.Filmmakers Jim Abrahams and brothers David Zucker and Jerry Zucker’s goofy comedy is meant to be a send-up of the Airport movies of the 1970s which capitalized on large star-studded casts and even larger theatrics as well as other films. It s Certified Fresh at 97% on the Tomatometer, and decades after its release, it still regularly makes it onto people’s lists of favorite comedies, even as the spoof comedy has fallen out of vogue.Simply put, Airplane! works because it covers something that is deathly serious  an airline disaster but doesn’t take itself too seriously. In addition to an inflatable cockpit autopilot named Otto and Lloyd Bridges’ increasingly frantic control tower supervisor he picked the wrong week to quit smoking, drinking, taking amphetamines, and sniffing glue there’s a running joke centered on whether Leslie Nielsen s Dr. Rumack understands the difference between the woman’s name Shirley and the adverb “surely.”But, even prospective first-time viewers who might balk at the spoiler-heavy paragraph above would clearly have gotten a sense of what kind of film Airplane! is from its title alone. Or, more specifically, from the exclamation point in its title.“An exclamation point is usually used for a different meaning… like a strength or importance or [to get you to] pay attention,” says Mike Kaplan, a film marketing strategist also known for his extensive collection of vintage movie posters. “With Airplane!, as I remember it, it’s a satire on the other movies that have used it. It’s an interesting jumping-off point for sure.”Kaplan, who worked on posters and campaigns for films like A Clockwork Orange, says it’s not necessarily a bad thing to see punctuation used in cinematic titles or posters as long as it “works organically” and doesn’t have the “feeling that it s been manipulated.” The point is to not be bothered by it, to almost forget it’s there.Before we spoke, he said he never paid much attention to the use of the symbol. He then remembered he’d worked on a couple campaigns that used it, including director Lindsay Anderson’s 1973 dramedy, O Lucky Man!, which stars Malcolm McDowell. Kaplan participated in a documentary about Anderson in which McDowell tells the story that the film was originally meant to be called Lucky Man, but that Anderson changed the title after reading the treatment because, Kaplan says, “that’s signifying it s more important, and that a title like Lucky Man could mean… you’re lucky for different things. But O Lucky Man! gives it a universality and importance, almost a philosophical statement.” Kaplan says he remembers the exclamation point coming in around when he did the film’s first title treatment. Anderson, whom he recalls had distinct handwriting and always wrote with red Pentel pens, responded back by noting a red exclamation point next to the title. Kaplan says it was “just the icing on the cake.”(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)As with O Lucky Man!, the exclamation point in Airplane! does a lot of the heavy lifting from a marketing standpoint. The symbol is almost shouting to the audience that the film doesn’t take itself too seriously and that some zany hijinks are in store.But this wasn’t always the case. The exclamation point used to be revered, and it was only used to signify grandeur and grab your attention. You see it in the 1960s musicals Hello, Dolly! and Oliver!.Robert Lee, a musical theatre writer who is on the faculty of the Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, says he doesn’t know for sure why either of those two musicals has an exclamation point in its title, although he points out that both are set in the 1800s and “trade in nostalgia.” He wonders if they’re there to channel “old-time theater handbills” from an era when literacy rates were lower and when the exclamation point was used as a sort of punctuational carnival barker on posters to grab your attention. He also adds that both are titles derived from the leads’ names and songs sung about them.Both were also known for show-stopping numbers, and their trailers create the feeling that these are films the whole family cannot miss (even though the latter’s focus on starving London orphans isn’t exactly a happy-go-lucky topic).They’re also both based on stage productions, a medium that has a long love affair with the symbol. The double-punctuated musical revue Oh! Calcutta!, which debuted Off-Broadway in 1969, has what a 2015 New York Daily News article describes as “a pair of grammatical jazz hands.” The article quotes a branding specialist who says the title for that production works because it brings urgency, excitement and humor.”(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)Abrahams and the Zucker brothers wrote the screenplay for their comedic masterpiece based on the 1957 film Zero Hour!, a World War II drama from director Hall Bartlett that takes itself extremely seriously (the Zuckers bought the rights to the film, so there’s no issue of copyright infringement). A a representative for David Zucker confirms that the filmmakers kept the exclamation point in their film’s title for that reason. They would go on to use it for other screwball spoofs like Top Secret! (a parody on both musicals and Cold War-era spy films) and their TV series Police Squad! (a knock on cop dramas), the precursor to the Naked Gun films.Henry Fuhrmann is a professor at University of Southern California’s Annenberg School of Communications and Journalism and a former chief of the Los Angeles Times copy editing desk – where he had a reputation, among myself and others, for his extreme distaste for the exclamation point. During our interview, he thinks of classic front-page headlines where the exclamation point was unavoidable, such as the one for D-Day that screamed Invasion! But he also references the F. Scott Fitzgerald quote: “Cut out all these exclamation points. An exclamation point is like laughing at your own joke.”(Photo by Douglas Aircraft Co./Los Angeles Times)He says that exclamation points were usually thought to be unnecessary in formal writing, because if a sentence “has the right active, strong verb, it will connote the tenor of the drama that you’re trying to say.”Fuhrmann says it’s a testament to Airplane! that not including the exclamation point is “an obvious error to anyone” because “you just know it’s a part of the title. Brands like Yahoo!, which also uses the punctuation symbol, do not get the same kind of respect.“It definitely works in Airplane!,” he says, because “it s just a small thing with potentially great power, and that’s what makes punctuation so interesting.”But the advent of social media has made us crave an even stronger hit of punctuation endorphins. Fuhrmann points to Gretchen McCulloch’s 2019 book Because Internet: Understanding the New Rules of Language. There, McCulloch argues that our language has evolved so that the exclamation point connotes “warmth or sincerity, rather than just excitement.” The Comedy Central series Corporate, a dark satire about white-collar desk jockeys, directly addresses this. A broken keyboard forces one of the leads to stop using exclamation points in his emails, resulting in his bosses feeling personally attacked.pic.twitter.com/EKYFzrL95B comedycentral (@ComedyCentral) February 4, 2019However, McCulloch equates the overuse of exclamation points to “hyperbolic adjectives” like the word awesome that “lose their force through overuse.” These days, an exclamation point just doesn t convey as much as it used to. Does this mean that any potential remake of Airplane! will inevitably require multiple exclamation points in its title? Surely you can t be serious.Where You Can Watch It NowFandangoNOW (rent/own), Amazon (rent/own), Google (rent/own), iTunes (rent/own), Netflix (stream) Vudu (rent/own)Airplane! was released on July 2, 1980.
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(World Premiere)Red 11Director: Robert RodriguezScreenwriters: Robert Rodriguez, Racer RodriguezCast: Roby Attal, Lauren Hatfield, Carlos Gallardo, Alejandro Rose Garcia, Rebel Rodriguez, Racer Rodriguez, Eman Esfandi, Steven Brudniak, Brently Heilbron, Pierce Foster BaileyRob, an independent filmmaker, loses his investor’s money only to find out his investors are the Cartel. He checks himself into a medical research facility to pay off his debt, but quickly realizes it won’t be that easy. (World Premiere)Romantic Comedy (United Kingdom)Director: Elizabeth SankeyMusician and writer Elizabeth Sankey investigates the past, present and future of romantic comedies, assisted by a chorus of critics, actors and filmmakers. (World Premiere)SakawaDirector/Screenwriter: Ben AsamoahWhat human story lies behind the phenomenon of ‘internet fraud’? In Sakawa we meet three Ghanaian youngsters who, out of desperation, turn to internet scamming with the help of black magic. (North American Premiere)TitoDirector/Screenwriter: Grace GlowickiCast: Grace Glowicki, Ben PetrieA desperate man seeks refuge from the predators hunting him by befriending a cheerful intruder. (World Premiere)EPISODIC PREMIERESDavid Makes ManShowrunner: Dee Harris-LawrenceScreenwriter: Tarell Alvin McCraneyCast: Akili McDowell, Nathaniel McIntyre, Isaiah Johnson, Ade Chike Torbert, Cayden Williams, Jordan Bolger, Travis Coles, Phylicia Rashad, Alana ArenasA richly layered, deeply personal work about a 14-year-old prodigy from the projects who is haunted by the death of his closest friend. Set in South Florida, the series is inspired by events in McCraney’s own life, exploring childhood trauma and the power of imagination. (World Premiere)NOS4A2Showrunner/Screenwriter: Jami O BrienCast List: Zachary Quinto, Ashleigh Cummings, Jahkara J. Smith, Olafur Olafsson, Virginia Kull, Ebon Moss-BachrachNOS4A2 introduces Vic, a young woman who has a supernatural ability to find lost things. This ability puts her on a collision course with the evil and immortal Charlie Manx, a supernatural villain who feeds off the souls of children. (World Premiere)RamyShowrunner: Bridget BedardScreenwriter: Ramy YoussefCast: Ramy Youssef, Mohammed Amer, Hiam Abbass, Amr Waked, May Calamawy, David Merheje, Laith Nakli, Steve WayRamy, a first generation American Muslim on a spiritual journey, explores the challenges of being caught in between an Egyptian community that thinks life is moral a test, and a millennial generation that thinks life has no consequences. (World Premiere)ShrillShowrunner: Alexandra RushfieldScreenwriters: Alexandra Rushfield, Lindy West and Aidy BryantCast: Aidy Bryant, Lolly Adefope, Luka Jones, Ian Owens, John Cameron MitchellFrom Executive Producers Lorne Michaels and Elizabeth Banks comes Shrill, a comedy series starring Aidy Bryant (Saturday Night Live) as Annie, a fat young woman who wants to change her life — but not her body. Annie is trying to start her career while juggling bad boyfriends, a sick parent, and a perfectionist boss. (World Premiere)What We Do in the ShadowsShowrunners: Jemaine Clement, Paul SimmsScreenplay: Jemaine ClementCast: Matt Berry, Kayvan Novak, Natasia Demetriou, Harvey Guillén, Mark ProkschBased on the feature film of the same name from Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi, FX’s new comedy What We Do in the Shadows follows vampire roommates who have lived together for hundreds and hundreds of years. (World Premiere)24 BEATS PER SECOND(Photo by Jacques Cheuiche)Amazônia GrooveDirector/Screenwriter: Bruno MurtinhoLeaving Belem and crossing much of the Para State Amazon region, its towns and riverside villages, Amazônia Groove reveals artists and their traditions, faith and mysticism, music and life that pound in the northern region of Brazil. (North American Premiere)BluebirdDirector: Brian LoschiavoDiscover the origin stories of megastars like Garth Brooks and Taylor Swift while following emerging singer-songwriters as they chase their dreams inside The Bluebird Cafe, Nashville’s accidental landmark that has altered the course of music history. (World Premiere)The Boy Band Con: The Lou Pearlman StoryDirector: Aaron KunkelThe Boy Band Con: The Lou Pearlman Story charts the life and crimes of boy band impresario Lou Pearlman. The film tracks his life from discovering NSYNC and Backstreet Boys, to his perpetration of one of the largest ponzi schemes in US history. (World Premiere)Boy Howdy! The Story of CREEM MagazineDirector: Scott CrawfordScreenwriters: Scott Crawford, Jaan UhelszkiRipping back the curtain on legendary rock rag CREEM Magazine s wild and disruptive newsroom; a dysfunctional band of unruly outsiders who weren’t all that different from the artists they covered. (World Premiere)Brainiac: Transmissions After ZeroDirector: Eric MahoneyThe film explores the seminal 90s band Brainiac from Dayton, OH and its creative force Tim Taylor. Just days before signing a major record contract Taylor was killed in a bizarre auto accident leaving his family and bandmates to pick up the pieces. (World Premiere)Carmine Street GuitarsDirector: Ron MannScreenwriter: Len BlumFive Days in the life of Greenwich Village guitar shop Carmine Street Guitars.(Photo by Herman Nijhof courtesy of New Zealand Film Commission)The Chills: The Triumph and Tragedy of Martin PhillippsDirector: Julia Parnell, Rob CurryNew Zealand music genius Martin Phillipps fights his creative demons, conquers the music world, inspires a generation, and then retreats into depression, addiction and anonymity. (World Premiere)David Crosby: Remember My NameDirector: A.J. 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Moving to L.A. to pursue his tribute dream, cultures clash and Akio s idyllic vision meets reality. (World Premiere)Nothing Stays The Same: The Story of The Saxon PubDirector: Jeff SandmannScreenwriters: Jeff Sandmann, Jeffrey Brown, Lisa Kay PfannenstielNothing Stays the Same celebrates the last 30 years of live music in Austin, while also examining the challenges faced by musicians and music venues in one of the fastest-growing cities in the country, all through the lens of the legendary Saxon Pub. (World Premiere)(Photo by Courtesy of Nothing Stays The Same: The Story of The Saxon Pub)Show Me The Picture: The Story of Jim MarshallDirector: Alfred George BaileyJim Marshall was a maverick with a camera. An outsider who captured the heights of Rock’N’Roll music and the seismic changes of an era, from the Beatles and Jimi Hendrix, to the civil rights movements and some of the most iconic moments of the 60s. (World Premiere)Strange NegotiationsDirector: Brandon VedderA documentary exploring the existential, artistic and family life of musician and former evangelical, David Bazan (Pedro The Lion), set against America’s own crisis of faith highlighted during the 2016 presidential election. (World Premiere)Teen SpiritDirector/Screenwriter: Max MinghellaCast: Elle FanningThe film follows Violet, a shy teenager who enters an international singing competition with the help of an unlikely mentor. Driven by a pop-fueled soundtrack, Teen Spirit is a visceral and stylish spin on the Cinderella story. (U.S. Premiere)Who Let The Dogs OutDirector: Brent HodgeScreenwriters: Brent Hodge, John Diemer, Jasleen KaurThe origin story of the smash hit Who Let the Dogs Out goes back further than anyone could have imagined; steeped in legal battles, female empowerment and artist integrity, which beckons the question: will we ever know who let the dogs out? (World Premiere)Wild RoseDirector: Tom HarperScreenwriter: Nicole TaylorCast: Jessie Buckley, Julie Walters, Sophie OkonedoA musician from Glasgow dreams of becoming a Nashville star. (U.S. Premiere)GLOBALAleksiDirector/Screenwriter: Barbara VekarićCast: Tihana Lazović, Goran Marković, Sebastian Cavazza, Nataša Janjić, Jason Mann, Aljoša Vučović, Neda Arnerić, Leon LučevA character piece about funny and troubled girl in her 20s, forced to move back in with her overbearing family. (North American Premiere)AuroraDirector/Screenwriter: Miia TervoCast: Mimosa Willamo, Amir Escandari, Oona Airola, Hannu-Pekka Björkman, Miitta SorvaliAurora, a commitment-phobic party animal, meets Iranian Amir one night at a hot-dog stand in Lapland. Amir is running from death and Aurora is running from love. They need each other in order to finally stop running. (North American Premiere)Being ImpossibleDirector: Patricia OrtegaScreenwriters: Patricia Ortega, Enmanuel ChávezA young woman discovers she was submitted to several surgeries to correct her intersexual body as a baby. She has to find her own self outside gender binaries. (North American Premiere)Cachada: The OpportunityDirector/Screenwriter: Marlén ViñayoFive Salvadoran saleswomen want to take their cruel life stories to the stage. During the rehearsal process of their play, they’ll discover themselves as victims and victimizers in a cycle of violence that has plagued their families for generations. (World Premiere)Days of the WhaleDirector/Screenwriter: Catalina Arroyave RestrepoCast: Laura Tobón, David Escallón, Carlos Fonnegra, Christian Tappan, Julián Giraldo, Natalia Castaño, Margarita RestrepoTwo young graffiti artists of Medellín defy a criminal gang when they decide to paint the mural of a whale over a threat written in a wall. (World Premiere)La Mala NocheDirector/Screenwriter: Gabriela CalvacheCast: Nöelle Schönwald, Cristian Mercado, Jaime Tamariz, Ariana FreireShe is the perfect woman until she decides to be free. (World Premiere)VaiDirectors: Nicole Whippy, ‘Ofa-Ki-Levuka Guttenbeil-Likiliki, Matasila Freshwater, Amberley Jo Aumua, Mīria George, Marina Alofagia McCartney, Dianna Fuemana, Becs ArahangaVai is a portmanteau feature film by nine Polynesian directors and filmed on seven different pacific islands. It is about the journey of empowerment through culture, over the lifetime of one woman, Vai. (World Premiere)X YDirector: Anna OdellScreenwriters: Anna Odell, Jakob BeckmanCast: Anna Odell, Mikael Persbrandt, Trine Dyrholm, Vera Vitali, Shanti Roney, Sofie Gråbøl, Jens Albinus, Thure LindhardtSwedish director and visual artist, Anna Odell (The Reunion), conducts a social experiment in which she aims to challenge the gender roles that men and women have in the society of today. (North American Premiere)SPECIAL EVENTS(Photo by Kurt Volk)How Rednecks Saved Hollywood with Joe Bob BriggsDirector/Screenwriter: Joe Bob BriggsAmerica s drive-in movie critic uses 200 video clips and photos to tell the 500-year history of the American redneck in a multimedia comedy performance.Love, Death RobotsShowrunners: David Fincher, Tim Miller, Josh Donen, Jennifer MillerLove, Death Robots, an animated anthology series presented by Tim Miller and David Fincher, is a genre orgy of Not-Suitable-For-Mainstream shorts. (World Premiere)Followed by extended Q A with with Tim Miller and David Fincher.Ra: Path of the Sun GodDirector: Lesley KeenAustin based electronic and experimental label Holodeck Records is partnering with Austin Film Society for a special live re-score screening of the 1990 animated film Ra: Path of the Sun God, a beautiful re-telling of one of Ancient Egypt s most famous myths.Rebel Without A Crew: Filmmaking Master Class with Robert RodriguezJoin Robert Rodriguez as he gives a master-class in micro-budget guerilla filmmaking, featuring behind the scenes moments from his new ,000 film, RED 11. The event will be followed by the World Premiere of RED 11.Shangri-LaDirectors: Morgan Neville, Jeff MalmbergAn intimate look at the creative process through the lens of legendary music producer Rick Rubin.True StoriesDirector: David ByrneScreenwriters: Stephen Tobolowsky, Beth Henley, David ByrneDavid Byrne s 1986 musical comedy, inspired by theater director Robert Wilson, tabloid newspapers, and filmmakers Robert Altman and Federico Fellini, remains a unique artistic vision that celebrates the singular citizens of a fictional Texas town. David Byrne will appear in-person for Q A following a screening of new 4K restoration.

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海底世界3d下载 the year adds to the poetry of it all. Brian Tallerico, RogerEbert.comThere is a beautiful score by Ludovico Einaudi that complements the sweeping vistas of the vast open spaces that Fern encounters on her journeys. Jo-Ann Titmarsh, HeyUGuysLudovico Einaudi’s solitary, piano laden score makes every composition of this character study ache as though it were ripping off highway to reveal the tread marks of abandonment. Robert Daniels, 812filmreviewsThe use of famed Italian composer Ludovico Einaudi s music is exemplary in guiding our access to Fern s inner life, starting with delicate piano melodies and steadily growing richer and more emotional as the movie progresses. David Rooney, Hollywood ReporterMy one major gripe with the aesthetics of the film is the use of the great composer Ludovico Einaudi’s music, which sometimes telegraphs emotions that don’t really sync up with where Fern’s psyche seems to be. Richard Lawson, Vanity FairRyan FujitaniAre there any major criticisms?The film falters whenever it slips into sentiment… the film does not quite deliver the emotional impact Zhao is likely striving to achieve. Gary M. Kramer, SalonZhao’s elegant, wise offering to us could, perhaps, use a little more grit and nastiness to roughen up its tranquility. Tomas Trussow, The Lonely Film CriticDoes the film have something to say about America?This may not be a story that could only ever happen in America, but it s a story that speaks to both the promise and the lie of a uniquely American mythos. Angie Han, MashableThe film’s genius is in deciding to shatter the paradigm of the American Dream completely to argue that the Dream doesn’t get to serve as a metric of a life well-lived. Matt Goldberg, ColliderThis is a story about the end of the American dream, but we needn’t interpret that as a negative thing. Norman Wilner, NOW TorontoNomadland is a snapshot of contemporary America where the American dream is in tatters, but hope for a better alternative nevertheless resides. Pat Mullen, POV MagazineNomadland is currently set to open in limited release on December 4, 2020.

动作类和射击类游戏除了操作更是有严重的视角问题,手游的动作和射击类游戏如崩三、战双、codm、和平精英等都是大幅度简化后了,哪怕是全平台的堡垒之夜也是如此,原生移植个猎天使魔女,头都给你晃晕。 当然,没有核心玩法并不代表没有游戏性,或者说至少相当大部分轻度玩家没有抱着强烈的目标性来玩游戏。可以肯定的是,《摩尔庄园》手游就是这样的一款游戏。

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不少《黑暗与光明手游》玩家初次体验这款游戏都会感觉游戏很肝,这是因为游戏采取了硬核的生存设定,玩家们需要进食喝水才能存活,饿了就去撸树或者狩猎,渴了就去河边收集水源,想要造房子就要砍树,玩家需要付出真实的行为才能得到相应的回报。因为这样的玩法,《黑暗与光明手游》引来了不少肝帝,有些肝帝甚至都感觉顶不住。

海底世界3d下载 1. A  Sudden PeaceBlood of Elves, the first long-form Witcher novel, begins with all of Ciri’s experiences in season 1 inhabiting the narrative’s past. In the two years between the fall of Cintra and the start of the novel, the northern kingdoms won a war against Nilfgaard and an uneasy peace rules the day.It is possible season 2 will start from this standpoint, with two years passed in the gap between the season 1 finale and the season 2 premiere. But then again, The Witcher plays fast and loose with what it considers important, so the conflict between Nilfgaard and the northern kingdoms may matter to the series as a source of constant conflict.Although, as it happens, the Northern Kings in the books want another war with Nilfgaard in the books, so perhaps a two-year time jump will be The Witcher’s opening salvo as season 2 begins.2. The Hunt For Yennefer(Photo by James Minchin/Netflix)Clearly, Yennefer’s well-being will be of the utmost importance when the show returns. As it stands, she seemingly used all of her chaos to halt the Nilfgaard army. But considering her easy way with portals throughout the season, we expect to find some self-preservation extinct kicked in and transported her far from Sodden Hill.But her disappearance from the battlefield means several interested parties will be searching for her. Fans will no doubt want to see her united with Geralt and Ciri – it is part of the show’s premise after all. And, as it happens, a series can only go so long separating its main characters before viewers get impatient (even if The Witcher saga excels at keeping its principle characters apart). At the same time, The Witcher’s short season orders (just eight episodes!) means it is possible Geralt and Ciri will search throughout the North for her and only succeed in season 2’s final moments.Hopefully, Yennefer will have an interesting story in the interim.Also, both the Nilfgaard mage Fringilla (Mimi Ndiweni) and any surviving members of the Chapter’s task force would likely want to find her as well. She has a legacy, after all, and people will be interested in seeing it serve their ends.3. Training Ciri(Photo by Netflix)Much as how the early short stories outlined the world before Ciri arrived on the scene, season 1 roamed the timeline and offered key pieces of backstory before the main Witcher saga begins. This suggest the real story begins in season 2 with Geralt not chasing after Yennefer – which Ciri’s question about her implies – but instead taking Ciri to Kaer Morhen. It is the home he referenced while dealing with the rotfiend bite and where his novel counterpart takes Ciri in Blood of Elves.At Kaer Morhen, she is trained by several older witchers, including Vesemir, who was mentioned briefly in the later episodes of season 1. Triss Merigold (Anna Shaffer) also becomes her teacher for a time before Ciri relocates to Ellander and, eventually, is taught by Yennefer herself.It’s all exciting material for a novel, but it is easy to think the series will eat a lot of this plot within two or three episodes. Although considering the way it plays with time, it is entirely possible the season will begin with Ciri and Yennefer leaving Ellander and Geralt nowhere to be found, setting up the format of the second season and allowing the flashback structure to highlight Ciri’s education.4. Geralt and Triss?(Photo by Katalin Vermes/Netflix)Back in the books, Triss finds herself drawn to Geralt as their paths cross more and more. In the video game series, players are given the option of perusing more serious and long-term ties with Triss. And considering how much time the games spend on that relationship, we think it is possible the television series will devote some plot to it as well.Granted, Triss was not in the best of shape when we last saw her; she was being cradled by another survivor of the Sodden Hill defense. But we’re inclined to assume anyone who did not die on screen will find a way to mend themselves in the interim between seasons. And should season 2 follow events of Blood of Elves, Triss will be needed at Kaer Morhen. That certainly leaves some time for Geralt to spark an interest in another mage. Or, at least, for her to develop an unrequited attraction.

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