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亚美体育平台app采用百度引擎4(Baidu 0)Hey, Billie Eilish, here s a tip: How about just changing Bad Guy to Bond Guy and calling it a day? You re welcome, and we re sure no one else has made this joke today. The 18-year-old is bringing her joie de vivre, all creepy and haunting and weird, to No Time To Die as the newly-selected theme song singer. This makes Eilish the youngest to ever write and record a James Bond theme, the ultimate movie-song gig that has welcomed the likes of Paul McCartney, Tina Turner, Adele, Madonna, Duran Duran and more. Listen to Eilish s song here:No Time to Die, starring Daniel Craig in his fifth and final outing as 007, hits theaters April 10. And now, you can vote on your favorite James Bond theme songs over the past six decades!

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This Week s Ketchup brings you more headlines from the world of film development news, covering new titles like Firestarter, The Lion King 2, and Thing One and Thing Two.This WEEK S TOP STORYJAMIE FOXX WILL RETURN AS VILLAIN ELECTRO IN SPIDER-MAN 3(Photo by ©Columbia Pictures)For the most part, the recent Spider-Man movies starring Tom Holland have made it distinctly clear that they don t take place in the same world as the previous Spider-Man movies starring either Tobey Maguire or Andrew Garfield. On the other hand, there have been some small hints, including the re-introduction of J.K. Simmons as J. Jonah Jameson in Spider-Man: Far from Home (Certified Fresh at 90%) and, of course, the whole notion that Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is about alternate reality Spider-heroes, that might have indicated otherwise. The latter movie might indeed be the best way to explain yesterday s news that Jamie Foxx is set to return as Electro in the next solo Spider-Man movie starring Tom Holland. Foxx previously played Electro in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (Rotten at 51%), which was the last film to feature the Andrew Garfield version of Peter Parker. For now, we re left to wonder exactly how Foxx s Electro fits into the new film, but the two most obvious explanations are either that his Electro will be introduced as a new character (as if The Amazing Spider-Man 2 never happened), or Electro will come from another alternate reality (such as the Andrew Garfield movies). Of course, the second option would be something of a fake-out, since much of the marketing of Spider-Man: Far from Home hinged upon the idea that the evil villain Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal) was actually a superhero from another dimension. The third Spider-Man movie starring Tom Holland doesn t have a title yet, but it does have a release date of November 5, 2021 (COVID-19 delays notwithstanding).Other Top Headlines1. DISNEY RECRUITS BARRY JENKINS TO DIRECT A LION KING SEQUEL(Photo by Steven Ferdman/Everett Collection)Let s start this story by specifically addressing some language, because you will see all sorts of answers online. The version of The Lion King (Rotten at 52%) that Walt Disney Pictures released last year is probably best described as being photorealistic CGI, and not live action, since all but a few seconds of the movie was computer animated. Although that Rotten score may have stung a little, the film was absolutely an astounding success for Walt Disney Pictures, ending 2019 as the year s second-highest-grossing box office hit, behind only Avengers: Endgame (the highest-grossing movie ever). So it s perhaps not at all surprising that Disney is moving forward with plans for a sequel. The studio, possibly hoping to earn a stronger critical reception this time around, is upping its game by hiring director Barry Jenkins, who is probably still best known for his 2016 film Moonlight (Certified Fresh at 98%), which won three Academy Awards, including Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Supporting Actor, and in a historic reveal, Best Picture. It s not yet known if the Lion King sequel will serve as a remake in any way of the sequels that the original animated movie received, which included The Lion King II: Simba s Pride (Fresh at 62%) and The Lion King 1 1/2 (Fresh at 78%). Early word seems to suggest that instead of adapting either of those sequels directly, at least some of the film will serve as a prequel depicting the early years of Mufasa, Simba s father. The Lion King sequel is being written by screenwriter Jeff Nathanson, who also wrote last year s film.2. RECENT EMMY WINNER ZENDAYA NABS LEAD IN RONETTES BIOPIC(Photo by Lev Radin/Everett Collection)Zendaya became the youngest person ever to win an Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for HBO s Euphoria on September 20th, and within nine days, she has already scored her next major lead role. Recent awards-friendly distributor A24 (Moonlight, Room, The Florida Project) is preparing an adaptation of the memoir Be My Baby by 1960s pop music icon Ronnie Spector of the singing group The Ronettes. As part of the deal, A24 has attached Zendaya to star as Spector, and for Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Jackie Sibblies Drury (Fairview) to adapt the screenplay. Similarly to the way in which Aretha Franklin endorsed Jennifer Hudson to portray her in the upcoming biopic Respect, Ronnie Spector reportedly personally chose Zendaya to depict her in the film. The role of music producer Phil Spector will also be a major one in the film (possibily like that of Ike Turner in What s Love Got to Do with It?), but it has not been cast yet. Zendaya will next be seen in Dune (12/18/2020), the drama Malcolm Marie (with Tenet star John David Washington), and as M.J. in the next Spider-Man movie (12/17/2021).3. IDRIS ELBA WILL TAKE ON A KILLER LION IN BEAST(Photo by Michael Gibson/STX Entertainment)It s probably a coincidence, but the new Idris Elba movie announced this week bears some surface similarities to not just one, but two of Elba s most famous films. Beast (not to be confused with Beasts of No Nation, Certified Fresh at 91%) will be a survival thriller about a killer lion (not to be confused with last year s Cats). Although more specific details of the premise are being kept secret for now, Universal Pictures is comparing Beast to the shark thriller The Shallows, except that it s set in the African savannah, and the threat is a killer lion instead of a killer shark. Beast will be directed by Baltasar Kormákur, who has plenty of prior experience with survival stories like Everest (Fresh at 73%) and Adrift (Fresh at 69%) both true stories, by the way, presumably unlike Beast  and the screenplay was adapted by Ryan Engle (co-writer of the video game adaptation Rampage, Rotten at 51%). In related news, Idris Elba will also reunite with John Cena (one of his co-stars from next year s The Suicide Squad) in an Amazon Studios action movie Heads of State.4. IT LOOKS LIKE WE RE GETTING AN ANIMATED DR. SEUSS CINEMATIC UNIVERSE(Photo by ©Universal Pictures)During his career as a children s author, Dr. Seuss (A.K.A. Theodor Geisel) wrote and illustrated dozens of books that might seem perfect for adaptation as feature films, but there have actually been only a handful of them: How the Grinch Stole Christmas, The Cat in the Hat, Horton Hears a Who!, The Lorax, and The Grinch. J.J. Abrams Bad Robot production company is teaming up with Warner Bros. to correct those omissions, starting with two animated features to be released in 2026 and 2027. The goal appears to be something like a Dr. Seuss Cinematic Universe, (also possibly to be called the Seussiverse ) which will start with an animated adaptation of The Cat in the Hat in 2024 (separate from the Bad Robot productions), and then be followed by a spin-off of that book called Thing One and Thing Two in 2026. The third animated movie will be an adaptation of Oh, The Places You ll Go! (also the last Dr. Seuss book to be published during his lifetime), which Warner Bros is targeting for release in 2027.5. OSCAR ISAAC AND JAKE GYLLENHAAL TO CO-STAR IN FRANCIS AND THE GODFATHER (Photo by Eli Winston, Jason Smith/Everett Collection)Although this year s awards season has been shaken up COVID-19, some Oscar-friendly movies will still see release, and one of them that appears more pandemic-proof is David Fincher s Mank, about the making of Citizen Kane, because it s a Netflix film, so streaming is built into its model, pandemic or not. Time will tell if Mank will indeed be one of the year s major awards contenders, or whether it will find its audience (which was always part of the problem with Citizen Kane, too), but Hollywood is already preparing for another movie about the making of one of its greatest epic dramas. Oscar Isaac and Jake Gyllenhaal are both attached to star in the drama Francis and the Godfather, which will tell the story of how young film director Francis Ford Coppola (Isaac) struggled with Paramount chief Robert Evans (Gyllenhaal) to get his vision of The Godfather (Certified Fresh at 98%) produced, including his fight to get the studio to back his casting of Marlon Brando in the title role. Francis and the Godfather will be directed by Barry Levinson, whose own classic films include Rain Man, Good Morning Vietnam, and Wag the Dog.6. BLACK ADAM FINDS ITS HAWKMAN IN ALDIS HODGE (Photo by Jess Miglio/©Paramount)One of the most enticing revelations about the upcoming Shazam! spinoff Black Adam (starring Dwayne Johnson) is that it will also serve as an introduction to the first live-action big-screen appearance of DC Comics original superhero team, the Justice Society of America. The first of the JSA members to be cast was Atom-Smasher, who will be played by Noah Centineo. That was a few months ago, but we now know that Centineo will also be joined by Aldis Hodge (The Invisible Man, Hidden Figures) as Hawkman, who, unlike Atom-Smasher, was one of the original JSA members back in the 1940s (Atom Smasher s JSA membership is much more recent in the comics). Hawkman is one of DC Comics heroes with the longest and arguably most convoluted backstories, and because he has been depicted a number of ways over the last 80 years, and it s unclear which version will appear in Black Adam. Black Adam is expected to start filming in either late 2020 or early 2021 for a release date of December 21, 2021. As this piece points out, the introduction of Hawkman and the Justice Society of America in Black Adam may eventually lead to the team (or some of its members) getting their own spin-off movies as well.7. BLACK-ISH STAR YARA SHAHIDI TO PLAY DISNEY S LIVE-ACTION TINKER BELL(Photo by Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection)The two young actors who play Anthony Anderson s sons on Black-ish (Marcus Scribner and Miles Brown) have mostly stuck with just doing the show, but the actresses who play their sisters have been much more active, as Marsai Martin starred in last year s Little (Rotten at 46%), and Yara Shahidi starred in The Sun is Also a Star (Rotten at 51%), as well as getting her own spin-off series, Grown-ish. It s also relevant to point out that ABC (the network behind Black-ish and Grown-ish) is owned by Disney, which may be relevant to the news that Walt Disney Pictures has cast Yara Shahidi to be the new Tinker Bell in their live-action remake Peter Pan Wendy. As suggested by the title, this new take on the classic Disney animated feature Peter Pan (Fresh at 81%) appears to place an extra emphasis on the friendship between Peter (Alexander Molony) and his friend Wendy Darling (Ever Anderson), in addition to the regular bits about the villainous Captain Hook (Jude Law). Peter Pan Wendy will be directed by David Lowery, who also previously worked with Disney on their 2016 remake of Pete s Dragon (Certified Fresh at 88%).8. ZAC EFRON TO STAR IN REMAKE OF STEPHEN KING S FIRESTARTER (Photo by Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection)Author Stephen King had such a flurry of successful novels in the 1970s and 1980s (and so many of them were adapted as films) that it s easy for some of them to be forgotten over time, as more attention goes to titles like The Shining, Carrie, Pet Sematary, Creepshow, and The Dead Zone, and not so much to movies like Cujo, Silver Bullet, and Firestarter. Released in 1984, Firestarter (Rotten at 34%) was far from a critical darling, but its cast was relatively impressive, as the title character was played by a young, post-E.T. Drew Barrymore, her caretaker was played by George C. Scott, and in a smaller role, her father was played by David Keith (An Officer and a Gentleman). The first casting news for Blumhouse s Firestarter remake seems to suggest that the father character may have more screen time, as Zac Efron has signed on to play that role. That character was also more central in Stephen King s novel, but the 1984 movie relegated most of his story to flashbacks; the choice of Efron suggests that the remake may stick closer to Stephen King s original narrative. Firestarter will be directed by Keith Thomas (The Vigil, Fresh at 91%) from a screenplay adaptation by Scott Teems, co-writer of the upcoming sequel Halloween Kills.9. 2020 IS NO TIME TO DIE FOR JAMES BOND AS HIS LATEST OUTING MOVES TO 2021 (Photo by MGM)It might feel like a lifetime ago, but it was less than seven months ago that the James Bond movie No Time to Die was one of the first major films to delay its release several months because of the COVID-19 pandemic, as it was moved by MGM from April 10th to November 25, 2020. Following the disappointing box office of recent films like Tenet, MGM announced today that they will be delaying the release of No Time to Die until Easter weekend next year, April 2, 2021. That was the same weekend that the next Fast and Furious movie, F9, was set to release, before Universal quickly responded by also pushing back that film more than a month to May 28, which is about a year after the film s original release date back on May 22, 2020. The delaying of No Time to Die also means that there will be no major Hollywood films between now and Pixar s Soul on November 20, and then after Soul, there are only two major blockbuster-level films still scheduled for 2020: Dune (12/18/2020) and Wonder Woman 1984 (12/25/2020). Will those three films hold on to their release dates, or will they also be delayed? And if they are delayed, what impact will the loss of most of 2020 have on the theatrical exhibition industry? We ll have to wait and see.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News. The Umbrella Academy season 1 bewitched Netflix viewers with its story about the Hargreeves family of uniquely powered kids. In the series, based on the comic book series created and written by ‎Gerard Way and illustrated by Gabriel Bá, billionaire industrialist Sir Reginald Hargreeves adopts seven of 43 babies born on the same day to random women, who had shown no signs of pregnancy the day before. Sir Reginald creates The Umbrella Academy to train his children to one day save the world. In season 1, they failed, instead becoming responsible for the 2019 apocalypse.Season 2 picks up in the 1960s, where Five (Aidan Gallagher) has time-traveled his siblings, scattering them across several years in and around Dallas, Texas. Some have cultivated lives by the time Five lands — just in time for a nuclear doomsday caused by their timeline meddling.(Photo by Netflix © 2020)In addition to Gallagher, The Umbrella Academy season 2 stars Ellen Page as Vanya, Tom Hopper as Luther, David Castañeda as Diego, Emmy Raver-Lampman as Allison, Robert Sheehan as Klaus, Justin H. Min as Ben. Colm Feore returns as Sir Reginald Hargreeves, Cameron Britton as Hazel, Jordan Claire Robbins as Mom Grace, and Adam Godley voicing Pogo. The new season welcomes Ritu Arya as Lila Pitts, Marin Ireland as Sissy, Yusuf Gatewood as Raymond Chestnut, and Kris Holden-Ried, Jason Bryden, and Tom Sinclair as a trio of killers hunting the seven through time.Season 1 is Certified Fresh at 75% on the Tomatometer, and season 2 has surpassed that score by a wide margin based on early reviews. Here’s what critics are saying about season 2 of The Umbrella Academy:Is The Umbrella Academy Season 2 Better Than Season 1?(Photo by Christos Kalohoridis/Netflix © 2020 )More banana pants crazy than the first season with plot twists you won t see coming and the perfect amount of gore. Another must binge wild ride for the Hargreeves! — Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyEven with an overarching plot that resembles a lot of season one, this do-over the siblings get is entirely worth it. — Katey Stoetzel, The Young FolksEmploying dry Wes Anderson-style humour and end-of-the-world exploits worthy of Heroes, the second season of The Umbrella Academy is just as — if not more — wacky than the first. — Sabrina Barr, Independent (UK)While Season 1 worked to establish the world in which they lived as well as their relationships to each other within their unique family structure, Season 2 allows each character to grow into themselves fully. — Carissa Pavlica, TV FanaticThe Umbrella Academy’s second chapter ends up being perfectly good and just shy of great, which is saying something, because the show overall does feel like it has a stronger sense of what it s trying to be. — Charles Pulliam-Moore,io9.comFlamboyant, entertaining and enriched by a remarkable cast, season 2 of The Umbrella Academy tweaks everything it needed to to belt a tune that resonates with its light and dark elements. — Jennifer Bisset, CNETSeason two realises the true potential of these characters without failing them in the same way, digging deeper into their collective trauma while improving on everything that made season one so special. — David Opie, Digital SpyRetaining all the charm of its predecessor, The Umbrella Academy s energetic, creative second season extends the mythology in ambitious and unexpected new ways. — Shaun Munro, Flickering MythThe Umbrella Academy was annoyingly watchable in season one The best thing that can be said about season two, then, is that it is that same show but good. — Sam Barsanti, AV ClubWhat s The Umbrella Academy Season 2 Like?(Photo by Netflix © 2020)A fantastic mix of X-Men meets Back to the Future, Season 2 is an incredible ride. — Grace Randolph, Beyond the TrailerSeason two takes all of what you love so much from season one and brings it all a major step forward through more refined storytelling and situation and time period that tests these characters in new ways. — Perri Nemiroff, Perri NemiroffThe Umbrella Academy is what you get when you mix Wes Anderson with Matthew Vaughn, stuff them full of Red Bull and Adderall, and give them a Spotify Premium subscription. Yes, that s a compliment. — Brandon Katz,Observer (UK)Maintaining the show s distinctive, offbeat style think the Coens doing superheroes and sharp-edged sense of humour, not an episode passes without a great gag, impressive visual beat or fantastic music-driven sequence. — Dan Jolin, Empire MagazineSo How s the Family Unit? (Photo by Netflix © 2020)Blackman really leaned into the superhero element when telling this story. The show is at its best when the family is together or when they are paired off together and thankfully that happens throughout most of the season. — Dorian Parks, Geeks of ColorThere s precious little that s really original in the second season of The Umbrella Academy, but the familiarity works well for a show about family. — Samantha Nelson, PolygonNow that the characters are firmly established and removed from the shadow of the time and place of their upbringing, [It] feels looser and funnier, with heroic moments that are often bigger and more exciting. — Cynthia Vinney, CBRPerhaps it s because the new time period, new enemies, and new revelations which await these characters are way more fun for an actor to sink their teeth into. — Allie Gemmill, ColliderThe Umbrella Academy’s second season expands on its idea in fun ways while giving us more of what we love about its titular team. — Spencer Perry, ComicBook.comDo Any of the Characters Stand Out in Season 2?(Photo by Christos Kalohoridis/Netflix © 2020 )Sheehan and Gallagher are still the standouts, but Ritu Arya is a fantastic new addition. — Grace Randolph, Beyond the Trailer[Ellen Page] has crafted this delicate and vulnerable side to Vanya that we have rarely seen, but it s addictive to watch and yes, we need to see more of it in season three. — Abigail Gillibrand, Metro (UK)Verdict? (Photo by Netflix © 2020)It s both exhilarating and heartbreaking, and ultimately it brought me joy. In a year when it feels like the world is ending in real-time, The Umbrella Academy gives me hope. — Michelle Swope, Nightmarish ConjuringsDespite some familiarity, The Umbrella Academy’s brand of charming fun can t be beaten. Fingers crossed that when it comes to season three, they don t stray too far from the winning formula. — Huw Fullerton, Radio TimesThe conflict is well-paced and resolves satisfyingly, and the story flows with a rhythm that pulls the viewer along like the inexorable course of time itself. — Michael Ahr, Den of GeekBrimming with confidence, season 2 elevates The Umbrella Academy into one of the best shows on television. — Ian Thomas Malone, FanSidedSmart, stylish and hugely entertaining, the second season once again pushes the boundaries of the superhero genre with the quirky and bold vision of Gerard Way. — Nicola Austin, We Have a Hulk

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三国志英杰传官方复刻版是一款GBA移植过来的策略战棋类游戏。游戏以三国时代刘关张三兄弟展开的历史游戏没有任何繁琐的玩法让玩家可以自由闯荡,很多实力强的武将都融入在这里,十分的轻松,它是一款好玩的三国题材策略手游,心仪这款游戏的小伙伴快来下载体验吧。亚美体育平台appCould the social commentary have been a little stronger?“I couldn’t help but see a missed opportunity for a richer, more complex look at what the politically powerful do when the poor gain some power of their own.” Travis Hopson, Punch Drunk Critics“It feels shallow, unwilling to commit to bigger statements beyond vague suggestions to overcome systemic injustice with Black Excellence.” Oluwatayo Adewole, The Spool“The movie’s sexism is predictable and dull; how it navigates race is similarly obvious but a touch more interesting.” Manohla Dargis, New York Times(Photo by © NETFLIX)Does Project Power impress visually?“With the aim of maximizing the use of practical effects…there are a number of standout showdowns featuring dramatic powers.” Nicola Austin, We Have a Hulk“The visuals one scene offers will have college students studying in film classes for years to come.” Allison Rose, FlickDirect“[The] effects fit the world and don’t scream GREEN SCREEN at you like some movies.”  Julian Lytle, idobi.com“The VFX, for the most part, are what you’d expect from any major film – except for one scene in the middle. The CGI in this scene is awful.” Jamal-Dean Grootboom, Independent OnlineHow Is Jamie Foxx?“Jamie Foxx is Jamie Foxx. He brings charisma, he brings charm, he gets you entertained…he does a great job.” Sharronda Williams, Pay or Wait“Foxx, still a movie star to his bones, imbues Art with both fierce purpose and breezy charisma.” Leah Greenblatt, Entertainment Weekly“Foxx holds the center easily with the kind of imposing physicality and emotional stoicism that has long defined the male savior-redeemers played by John Wayne, Clint Eastwood, Denzel Washington and so on.” Manohla Dargis, New York Times(Photo by SKIP BOLEN/NETFLIX © 2020)We hear Dominique Fishback steals the movie  “The real star of the picture is Fishback…such a natural presence, and it’s great to see a young Black woman showcased this way in a major action film.” Clint Worthington, Consequence of Sound“She elevates every scene she’s in. You really feel her absence when she’s not on screen.” Oluwatayo Adewole, The Spool“She brings a smile to your face when she’s on screen…this movie doesn’t work without Dominique Fishback.” Sharronda Williams, Pay or Wait“She’s this movie’s most reliable power and the only thing you’ll remember about it five minutes later.” Justin Chang, Los Angeles Times“It’s a star-making performance.” Richard Roeper, Chicago Sun-Times“While I could do away with the ‘aspiring rapper’ trope writers always saddle on at-risk black protagonists, Fishback at least tries to make the character her own.” Travis Hopson, Punch Drunk Critics(Photo by SKIP BOLEN/NETFLIX © 2020)How Are the villains?“Don’t miss Rodrigo Santoro and Amy Landecker as some amusing bad guys.” Kate Erbland, IndieWire“Frank and Art aren’t fighting Thanos or Blofeld, but the drug itself and the havoc it wreaks: crime, bodily harm, crumbling neighborhoods.” Johnny Oleksinski, New York Post“Like The Old Guard before it, Project Power has a major villain problem, and the story upon which these more charming elements hang suffers as a result.” Clint Worthington, Consequence of Sound“The way they deal with the villains, though very fun and action packed, seems a bit too quick and easy.” Tessa Smith, Mama’s Geeky“There s a primary antagonist, sort of, who barks orders but is never explained…I’m sure this was done purposely to set up the sequel.” Julian Roman, MovieWebWill it leave us wanting more?“I would love to delve deeper into these characters and the origins of the pills, opening up the door for a possible sequel.” Allison Rose, FlickDirect“Perhaps the (inevitable) sequel can pack more juice.” Kate Erbland, IndieWire“This could be turned into a franchise but it also just works as a standalone. You get to the end and you feel entertained and fulfilled.” Julian Lytle, idobi.com(Photo by SKIP BOLEN/NETFLIX © 2020)So, it s worth a stream?“Netflix has indeed found a niche in adrenalized action flicks that’ll keep you entertained during lockdown while providing a little more nuance than you might expect, and Project Power fits right into that niche.” Steve Pond, The Wrap“Project Power is sleek and stylish enough to make it watchable. And these days, that’s almost enough?” Sean O’Connell, Cinema Blend“Since you’re sitting at home, scarfing entertainment on the small screen, there’s an impulse to say, ‘Check this out! It’s good enough!’” Owen Gleiberman, Variety“Project Power [is] an entertaining diversion.” Adam Graham, Detroit NewsProject Power is available on Netflix now.

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Bond, James Bond, is headed back to the big screen for 007’s 25th movie, due for a release right before Thanksgiving in November (exact dates vary depending on where you live). As is befitting a secret agent, there aren’t many details about the film that are public knowledge yet, but here’s what we do know. [Updated March 4]It Finally Has a TitleFor a long time, Bond 25 was known simply as Bond 25. Fans were hoping that the official title might be revealed on April 25 of 2019, during a live-streamed presentation about the film broadcast from the Jamaican villa where Bond author Ian Fleming wrote all the original novels, but that was not the case. Instead, we all had to wait until late August before the official James Bond Twitter account announced that the new entry will be called No Time to Die.The First Trailer is OutThe first trailer for the film dropped on December 4, 2019, and it shows Bond leaping from aqueducts, getting trapped under ice, and withstanding a barrage of gunfire in his bullet-proof, classic Aston Martin DB5. He also faces possible betrayal from Dr. Madeleine Swann (Léa Seydoux) after settling down with her at the end of Spectre, a (friendly?) rivalry with a fellow 00 agent Nomi (Lashana Lynch), and a dangerous new villain — Rami Malek’s scarred, masked Safin.“History isn’t kind to men who play God,” Bond warns Safin in one of the trailer’s best lines, so it seems safe to assume that the latter s evil plan is quite ambitious and very dangerous.It Has an Official SynopsisThere were very few details about the plot before the trailer came out, and while it hints at a globe-trotting story of betrayal and friends and foes — both new and old — the synopsis explains a little bit more.“In No Time To Die, Bond has left active service and is enjoying a tranquil life in Jamaica. His peace is short-lived when his old friend Felix Leiter from the CIA turns up asking for help. The mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist turns out to be far more treacherous than expected, leading Bond onto the trail of a mysterious villain armed with dangerous new technology.”Cary Fukunaga is DirectingCary Fukunaga, known for True Detective Season 1, Beasts of No Nation, and Maniac, will direct No Time to Die. Fukunaga, who said that Daniel Craig is his favorite Bond, signed up to direct in September 2018 after original director Danny Boyle left the picture in August, citing “creative differences.” The switch in directors pushed back the film s release date, as it was initially set to come out in November of this year.“I want to make sure that this run of films, which has been fantastic, has a great next chapter and just keeps upping the ante,” Fukunaga said at the event.In addition, Neal Purvis, Robert Wade, Scott Z. Burns, and Fleabag’s Phoebe Waller-Bridge are writing the script.Daniel Craig is Returning(Photo by Francois Duhamel/Columbia Pictures)It was touch-and-go there for a while, though: Craig told Time Out London back in 2015 that he d rather break this glass and slash my wrists than play the suave spy one more time. But he s back for his fifth outing, havi

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OK —Winnick: But I will tell you this: It was definitely my highlight of working on it. I asked Michael Hirst, I want three things out of my directorial debut: Give me a big event. Give me something epic and amazing. You will see that is actually in the trailers right now. So there is a big event. I wanted character-driven material that I can push the actors, my fellow costars, to new levels that the audience hasn t seen them do before. And I m happy to say that I definitely put Alexander Ludwig through the ringer. And even Marco and Jordan — Hvitserk and Ubbe. The third thing is just coming from a martial art background and doing my own stunts and being passionate about the fight choreography, I asked him for a big fight, a big epic battle, and you will see that as well.(Photo by Jonathan Hession and History)Now that you re facing the the tail end of your series, what will you miss most about your time on the show?Winnick: I don t miss getting into the costume hair and makeup, because that was always a process. We tried to get it down at the end. That wig was a challenge because we were shooting in high definition and you only get X amount of space to glue it on. Or even the prosthetics with the latex around the eyes — I have very sensitive skin, so the process was definitely a process.What I won t miss: The coffee in Ireland s not the best. I ll tell you that. They made instant coffee. Our craft table was pretty always kind of scarce, but it kept us lean. But yeah, the instant coffee I m not a huge fan of.What s coming up next for you? Winnick: I ve had a really busy year. Really excited to say that I ve done three projects, three different independent movies. There s an incredible script called Flag Day, written by Jez Butterworth (who just won the Tony for Ferryman), and Sean Penn directed and starred in. I play his wife, and our daughter is played by his real daughter, Dylan Penn. We ve got Regina King in this, you ve got Miles Teller, we have Josh Brolin. It was really an amazing experience on set to work with Sean, and especially becoming now a director myself — I just did a show on Netflix; I directed, Wu Assassins — but it s nice just to see him [work]. He s so accomplished and brilliant as a director and knows what it takes to get the performance out of you, but also aesthetically knows what is pleasing and what he wants. I wanted to really see him work and spend time with him on set and create something that hopefully people will realize how special it is, because I have a place in my heart for that as well. And to go through like three decades, we went through 60s, 70s, and 80s, and to have that physical change of — there s prosthetics, there s hair changes — It was a very interesting movie, and I m really passionate about that one. Great experience.I did a movie with Liam Neeson I just finished called Minuteman. I ve been a fan of his since back in the day, obviously, Taken and Schindler s List. He s also from Ireland. I played his daughter. That s coming out. And did a movie this summer also with Tommy Lee Jones and Aaron Eckhart, more of a conspiracy theory, written and directed by a female director, April Mullen, so it s nice to be able to support a female storyteller.(Photo by Jonathan Hession and History)Speaking of women in power, Lagertha has been such a huge influence on women because she s such a strong character. She s one of the most powerful women on television. How do you feel about portraying a character like that? What are some of the responses you ve gotten about being her from women?Winnick: I am still blown away when I meet fans that are diehard fans, and such loyal fans of Lagertha, just because it s — not just women and girls, it s men too that really look up to her, respect her, like her. So it s nice that it s reached both genders. But more importantly, it s also around the world. I ve been lucky enough to travel for the last few years. I was in India, I was in Brazil, I ve been in Argentina, Canada, and all over Europe, really, and all around in different cultures people from all around the world, not only recognize her and me, I guess, but they also really feel the same way, and then really feel that there s a part of them in Lagertha, or they look up to her, and that s been remarkable to see.Even in India, you can go to different villages and people, they live on their Netflix. And Philippines, people don t even have running water, but they all have cell phones and they watch Vikings on their cellphones. It was just amazing just to see how it can inspire people everywhere.It s a little strange when you see somebody, when they have your face tattooed on their bodies. That s a little surreal because I feel kind of uncomfortable with it just because it s like, Hey, you re stuck with me for life. No, but on one hand you can t ask for a bigger compliment than to have such loyal fans.On the flip side it s also made it hard to find projects that I m also as inspired, and work with writers that can write such a complex, strong, yet vulnerable character. It s been a challenge. I ve read a lot of scripts that I m not wanting to sign on to because I feel that the characters aren t — or the woman character is underwritten or their voice isn t as multi-dimensional as I would want it to be. And I think we still have a long way to go, and hopefully we encourage more female writers, female directors, and female producers to be able to tell those stories. Have the men do the same as well.(Photo by Bernard Walsh and History)Are you saying that Michael Hirst has ruined you for life?Winnick: I m just going to have be in a Michael Hirst movie for the rest of my life. How about that? Not really. Yeah. He set the bar really high, and I wouldn t want it any other way. Especially in TV when you re signing up for multiple months, if not years, of your life, you want to make sure there s a character you can really sink your teeth into and be inspired.I learned a lot from Lagertha. I really, truly did. And the truth of the matter is, if I was 100-percent honest with you, I ve yet to really say goodbye. I actually have a hard time watching it. I haven t been able to watch the episodes in this season. I prepared, obviously, as a director to watch certain ones, but as a whole, it s just so close to my heart still. And now that everybody knows that this season s finished, I think maybe next year I ll finally get a chance to sit down and binge-watch all of them, but it s still too fresh for me. It feels like you re saying goodbye to a big part of yourself and life. It s hard to say. You go through a mourning process a little bit because, as you know, the show ended.The fans are there mourning with you, but, you know, Valhalla. Winnick: To end on an up note, this season s been amazing. It s going to be surprising. It s definitely going to be a bunch of shockers, and the fans will not be disappointed. They re going to be ecstatic when they see this season.Vikings returns for its final season on Wednesday, December 4 at 9/8C on History.

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As 1960s psychic Criswell famously intoned at the beginning of Plan 9 from Outer Space, We are all interested in the future, for that is where you and I are going to spend the rest of our lives. But genre television, and its comic book-based subgenre, has the peculiar ability to allow characters living in the relative present to glimpse into the future. Or, in some cases, spend a whole season revealing a future state for the characters established by their actions in the present. Take the example of Heroes’ Shanti virus story line, in which Peter Petrelli (Milo Ventimiglia) learned the terrible truth about the mistakes being made in his present. Unfortunately, that story line was never finished due to a writer s strike and Peter’s girlfriend — who traveled with him to the dark future where the virus killed millions — was erased from existence.For the most part, shows that are able to jump to the future are also able to round out those story lines in more concrete ways. While the future is frequently portrayed as a dystopian hellhole, sometimes series manage to produce interesting realities despite the grim darkness of future events. Here are the five we think represent the best of those television show futures, even when they were the worst possible outcomes for the characters.Arrow(Photo by JSquared Photography/The CW)Future: 2040The seventh season of Arrow introduced a flash-forward to the distant year of 2040. It is a seemingly dystopian time for Star City with an added cyberpunk edge thanks to Felicity Smoak’s (Emily Bett Rickards) Archer program watching over the Glades and William’s (Ben Lewis) leading tech company offering him access to the halls of power.To be fair, the series never had to budget to fully realize its William Gibson–esque ideas, but it was all there in dialogue. After years of being the city’s low-income hovel, the Glades found economic prosperity, formed its own municipality, voted in Rene Ramirez (Rick Gonzalez) as its mayor, and built a wall to keep out the Star City riff-raff. Omni-corportation Galaxy One set its headquarters in the Glades and, despite Rene’s leadership, seems to be the real executive force in the community. Using a version of Felicity’s security software, they also kept close surveillance on the citizenry. Late in the season, the company introduced shock troops with AI-assisted predictive combat helmets. The ideas could fuel their own spin-off if given the money to execute them on a grander scale.Despite the modest production values, the infusion of cyberpunk ideas into Arrow worked. In fact, it was so effective that we wish the series focused more on the exploits of William, Mia (Kat McNamara), and Connor Hawke (Joseph David-Jones) instead of Oliver Queen’s (Stephen Amell) 2019 guilt-trip. Season 8 may give us what we want with McNamara and David-Jones recent promotions to series regulars. Alternatively, Oliver s work with the Monitor (LaMonica Garrett) may erase Star City 2040 from the timestream.Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.Future: 91 Years LaterAgents of S.H.I.E.L.D. s fifth season dedicated half a season to a future set 91 years after the season 4 finale. There, Coulson (Clark Gregg) and the rest of the team — minus Fitz (Iain De Caestecker) — discovered a destroyed Earth and a former S.H.I.E.L.D. base known as The Lighthouse standing as the last human settlement. Oh, and just for good measure, the Lighthouse was also occupied by the Kree, invited at the behest of Melinda May (Ming-Na Wen) shortly after the destruction of Earth. Other shocks included an armless future version of Yo-Yo (Natalia Cordova-Buckley), and Kasius, a hedonistic Kree magistrate played to Targaryen perfection by Dominic Rains.For the most part, this future world was confined to the corridors of the Lighthouse. But occasional trips to other Earth fragments illustrated just how bad the End of the World could be. Intense gravity storms ravaged the remaining landmasses and critters imported by the Kree served as both guard dogs to the devastation and as a final punishment to any human who got out of line back at the Lighthouse.Since S.H.I.E.L.D. stayed in the early 2100s for the duration of the story — except for a notable episode in which Fitz figured out a slow-motion way to get to the future — it could devote more resources to realizing that world. And it would do so with some spectacular special effects shots that made the Earth seem as foreign as any alien world visited on a space-faring TV show like Star Trek: Discovery. And S.H.I.E.L.D.’s future had time to breathe and develop characters like Flint (Coy Stewart), Kasius, and Deke (Jeff Ward), the scheming grandson of two S.H.I.E.L.D. agents who remains with the show into the sixth season.But the most interesting element of the story was the defeat of humanity itself. With the human world destroyed and the Kree arriving as conquerors, the people S.H.I.E.L.D. agents met were broken, more interested in mere survival than reclaiming their last bit of turf from aliens. It was a theme more harrowing than any production value.DC s Legends of Tomorrow (Photo by Dean Buscher/The CW)Future: 2213When it became clear Ava Sharpe (Jes Macallan) was going to be more than an occasional foil for Sara Lance (Caity Lotz) and the Legends, DC s Legends of Tomorrow seeded the idea that Rip Hunter (Arthur Darvill) was keeping a deep, dark secret about her past. But since this is Legends, her dark secret was part of an unusually bright and shiny Star City of the year 2213.The paradise glimpsed by the Legends two centuries from now was just a really nice Vancouver housing complex, park, and nearby office building. But it established a surprisingly clear and lovely future — a real rarity on genre TV shows. There, everyone has a personal Ava, as it turns out Rip bought and modified an Advanced Variation Automation clone to serve as his second in command at the Time Bureau. Sure, this future may not be so bright and cheery for the Ava clones — or, indeed, Ava herself when she finally learned the truth — but it serves as an unusual outlier for future realities on the show.Indeed, Legends began with an attempt to stop a grim 2042 from occurring. There, Vandal Savage (Casper Crump) was the absolute ruler of the world and Rip was forced to watch his wife and child die during one of Savage’s raids. When that future was eliminated, it was replaced with a 2042 in which A.R.G.U.S. became a totalitarian regime, persecuting Metas and non-Christian faiths with equal ferocity. Legend Zari Tomas (Tala Ashe) hailed from this grim future, which has seemingly vanished thanks to Nate s (Nick Zano) attempts to create empathy between humans and the monsters the Legends unleashed in season 3. Perhaps his actions have brought the 2213 future in which everyone appears to have adequate essentials and commercialism seems to co-exist peacefully with the environment much closer to his own present times.The Umbrella Academy(Photo by Netflix)Future: One Week LaterThe grim future on Netflix s The Umbrella Academy was set to begin shortly after the first episode. As Number 5 (Aidan Gallagher) explained, his first attempt at time travel took him to a spot 25 years in his future, but roughly a week ahead of his family when he finally rejoined them. The future he glimpsed saw a dead Earth with himself as the only survivor. Unable to use his powers to return to his present, 5 spent many years alone with a department store mannequin as company. Finally, agents of the Commission arrived to offer him a job as a time-traveling hitman. And when you consider the charred wreck of world he found himself in, killing people to maintain the timeline was a definite upgrade.Thanks to the Netflix budget, the desolation of the future was appropriately epic. From an initial smaller set of a ruined Umbrella Academy to a great sweep in some later shots, the series set up a future so bleak, you never really questioned 5’s drive to prevent it.And unlike many of the futures we ve discussed, the dead Earth Number 5 experienced is at the very center of the story. Even as the show prepares its second season, it is unclear if the group s actions during the season 1 finale really stopped the Apocalypse. It may just be on pause while the group work out their issues.The Flash(Photo by Katie Yu/The CW )Future: 2049Whatever issues Earth-1 faced in the early parts of the Arrowverse s 2040s, it all seems to be resolved by 2049 — the year repeatedly visited by The Flash cast throughout season 5. Nora West-Allen (Jessica Parker Kennedy) hailed from that time. But growing up without her father Barry (Grant Gustin) meant an isolated childhood surrounded by mementos of his exploits at the Flash Museum and the less-than-comforting words of his concerned friends. She also dealt with an overbearing mother who dampened her Speed Force abilities.As realized on the show, the Central City of 2049 seems to have escaped the darker futures glimpsed on Legends and Arrow. S.T.A.R. Labs has been fully converted into the Flash Museum and meta-abilities appear to be celebrated within city limits. Also, the town infrastructure remains in tact despite countless raids and attacks from villains looking to trip up Team Flash across the years.It is a future which fits the more optimistic Flash, as opposed to the cyberpunk future of Arrow. It also represents the curious way in which all three interconnected Arrowverse shows look 20-odd years in the future and arrive at different conclusions. But the Central City of 2049 may not be as solid as it seems with the date of Barry s disappearance moving from 2024 to 2019. Will that pleasant future disappear with Barry during the upcoming Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover? Time will, of course, tell.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
This fresh take on Bonnie and Clyde came from the mind of Lena Waithe and is based on a story by James Frey. (Yes, it s the I lied to Oprah James Frey, but try not to hold that against the film.) In the debut feature film from Melina Matsoukas (director of Beyonce s Formation music video), we follow Queen and Slim, two strangers who end up on the run together and maybe fall in love. RT was lucky enough to screen a few minutes of the film, and what we saw was enough to make two bold predictions: Queen and Slim might be in the awards conversation, and Daniel Kaluuya could very well pull another Oscar nod. With Get Out and Widows, the British actor has quietly morphed into one of the hottest young talents working; what he is able to to do in one conversation with co-star Jodie Turner-Smith is nothing short of spectacular.Adam Driver, Marriage Story (2019) 94%(Photo by Netflix)Noah Baumbach was at one time less than thrilled that his 2017 release The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected) was picked up by streaming giant Netflix; he had been very much hoping for a traditional studio run. However, those ill feelings have seemingly subsided, as he chose to produce his latest film entirely under the Netflix banner. (He s in good company at the streamer, with Ava DuVernay, Martin Scorsese, and Steven Soderbergh all releasing projects there.) We have already singled out Scarlett Johansson s Marriage Story performance as one that could go the distance, and her co-star Adam Driver is rumored to be equally impressive. The movie tells the story of a bicoastal breakup and has been described as a modern-day Ordinary People mixed with a dash of Kramer vs. Kramer; it s said to be poignant, intimate, and – like so many other Baumbach films – full of big laughs and tears. Speaking to IndieWire in July, the While We re Young director confessed the film defies categorization: [Marriage Story] is a hidden thriller, a procedural, a romantic comedy, a tragic love story. I felt like this was a subject that could handle all those things.”Matt Damon and Christian Bale, Ford v Ferrari (2019) 92%A post-Fox merger world could provide Walt Disney Studios with some chances at Best Actor trophies and, more importantly, something they ve never been able to get: a Best Picture Academy Award. You read that correctly: Disney has never won an Academy Award for Best Picture. Just let that sink in. With the Fox merger, Disney now has a host of titles that will give it a competitive edge for awards, one of the biggest being Ford v. Ferrari. The movie tells the true-life tale of how the Ford Motor Company worked tirelessly to build a car that could beat racing powerhouse Ferrari at the 24 Hours of Le Mans race in 1966. Starring Matt Damon as famed Ford car designer Carroll Shelby and Christian Bale as racing legend Ken Miles, the film s trailer promises a funny, fast-paced adventure. Both lead actors are coming off recent nominations – Bale for Vice and Damon for The Martian – and with Logan and Walk the Line director James Mangold behind the camera, the odds are very much in their favor.Adam Sandler, Uncut Gems (2019) 91%(Photo by ©A24)When Adam Sandler released his comedy special 100% Fresh earlier this year, everyone here at RT had to crack a smile. Though the comedian s filmography, which is featured heavily in our upcoming book Rotten Movies We Love, is beloved by many, he has not been much of critical darling, especially lately. That being said, when Sandler teams up with indie directors, good things happen. The aforementioned The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected) earned the former SNL star his best reviews in years, and Paul Thomas Anderson s indie darling Punch Drunk Love scored Sandler his first Golden Globe nomination. In Uncut Gems, the New York native plays a celebrity jeweler from New York s famed Diamond District who is suddenly thrust into a race-against-the-clock-thriller to get back his merchandise or pay off his debts when one of his couriers is robbed. Robert Pattinson banged around the indie circuit with some strong roles during and after his Twilight years, but it was his frantic performance as a bank robber in the Safdie Brother s Good Time that finally resurrected him in the minds of many critics. It s no wonder Sandler signed on to take the lead in their follow-up film.Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe, The Lighthouse (2019) 90%Our new Batman – and in this house, we do say Battinson – owes much to the Safdie Brothers  Good Time for rehabbing his image in the minds of non-Twilight fans. (OK, and Claire Denis and David Cronenberg and other great indie directors he s been working with.) A supremely talented actor, he has fought hard to do the kinds of roles that inspire him. Back in 2017 at the Savannah Film Festival he said, “I like finding directors who haven’t been fully realized by the wider world yet.” The Lighthouse, which won the Cannes Critics Award, was one of the best-reviewed films of the French film festival. Those lucky enough to catch a screening have dubbed the story of two men trapped in an 1800s lighthouse a gothic horror masterpiece. Willem Dafoe, who last year pulled a nomination for the Vincent van Gogh biopic At Eternity s Gate, is an Academy favorite with five career nominations, and as of today both he and R. Patz are right in the mix to score a nomination. First reviews out of the Cannes Film Festival predicted as much, and nothing has changed since then to slow down either s momentum.Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci, and Al Pacino, The Irishman (2019) 95%Last year, during the Oscars ceremony, as Netflix was racking up multiple wins from its 15 nominations, the studio opted to play a teaser for Martin Scorsese s upcoming and long-awaited film The Irishman. It was a mic drop moment to be sure, and while the trailer showed no footage or even an official image, the names plastered on the screen were enough: Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, Joe Pesci, Harvey Keitel, Martin Scorsese. In a script by Steven Zaillian, The Irishman follows Jimmy Hoffa and a cast of mob characters that includes his former bodyguard, who later confessed to murdering him. Recently, Netflix dropped the teaser trailer, providing a sneak peek of The Irishman that showed off its notorious use of CGI technology to de-age the older cast to their thirties, forties, and fifties. Using technology completely foreign to what we ve seen in the MCU, or will see in Ang Lee s The Gemini Man starring Will Smith, The Irishman has positioned itself for multiple, possible double-digit nominations in technical and above-the-line categories, including possible nominations for its three leads. There is a tendency with awards films to categorize supporting performances as leads and vice-versa – we re looking you Alicia Vikander – but from what we saw, De Niro was firmly in the lead category, with question marks for the rest.Taron Egerton, Rocketman (2019) 89%When Taron Egerton sat down with us earlier this year and broke down how he became Elton John, he confessed it was a transformative experience, nothing short of life-changing. It was something like that for many who watched it, too. The film premiered to acclaim at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year, and both Egerton and his co-star Jamie Bell were singled out for their memorable performances. In an ultra-crowded field, Egerton has a harder road to get to Oscar night than, say, Rami Malek had last year. His performance has the goods, but as our exhaustive list of lead and potential lead performances suggests, this year is going to be a murderers row of talent.Joaquin Phoenix, Joker (2019) 68%If Joaquin Phoenix can pull off another Oscar nomination for his upcoming role in Todd Phillips  The Joker, he will officially be in Meryl Streep territory. Not to say he equals Streep in accomplishments, but whenever he takes a role there s a safe bet he s going to be in the conversation – even if it s a comic-book movie. It s one of the reasons why we re giving his performance in Todd Phillips take on the iconic Batman villain a chance. We don t know much about the film itself, which will debut at the Venice Film Festival, but we ve detailed what we do know about the upcoming feature here. One thing we know for sure is that this is a complete departure from the DCEU. Phoenix takes the lead as the titular villain, giving us a detailed backstory to Batman s greatest rival; and while many predict it will borrow heavily from the comics, it remains independent from any previous origin story. The Gladiator star, who fell short of an Oscar nomination in 2018 for Lynne Ramsay s You Were Never Really Here, looks to have dived headfirst into this new iteration of the character. And though Phillips is mostly known for comedies, he does seem to get the best out of his actors. After all, Bradley Cooper didn t show up for the Hangover III because he was bored.Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio, Once Upon a Time... In Hollywood (2019) 85%Star power could be the thing that differentiates these two performances in a crowded field. Because, well, they re LEO AND BRAD! Even if the duo doesn t campaign hard, their starry sheen and pedigree could be enough to earn nominations. Also, they gave two of the most universally acclaimed performances of the year – even if the movie they were featured in has divided some critics. DiCaprio is brilliant as the hapless, self-absorbed, aging TV star Rick Dalton, and Pitt s quiet confidence and cocksure smile as strong and silent stuntman Cliff Booth have charmed both critics and audiences alike. They re dynamite together, too. Add in the fact that both stars – and co-star Margot Robbie – are staples on the awards circuit, with recent nominations (and a couple of wins), and you d be hard-pressed argue against either of them making the cut.Antonio Banderas Pain and Glory (2019) 96%If you had told us, after seeing his breakthrough performance in Robert Rodriguez s Desperado, that Antonio Banderas would be the frontrunner for a Best Actor prize some day, we would have said: Of course! He may have been a rarity in awards chatter over the past few decades, but Banderas has always had the chops. Action, romance, comedy, drama: The Mask of Zorro star has excelled in all. This year, however, his eighth collaboration with director Pedro Almodóvar could very well be his time. In a semi-autobiographical story about a filmmaker who struggles with pain and melancholy, partly inspired in part by 8 1/2, Banderas is vulnerable, heartbreaking, and captivating to watch. Since the film premiered at Cannes, Banderas has been getting buzz as – believe it or not – one of the few frontrunners who could unseat the likes of De Niro, DiCaprio, Pesci, or Pitt. A foreign language film is not the safest bet for an acting nomination stats-wise, but after Alfonso Cuarón won Best Director for Roma, anything is possible.Also in contention: Timothée Chalamet (Little Women, The King)Anthony Hopkins (The Pope)Kelvin Harrison, Jr. (Luce)Jonathan Pryce (The Pope)Noah Jupe (Honey Boy)Eddie Murphy (Dolemite Is My Name)

Ready for another great Marvel movie? Of course, you are! The Marvel Cinematic Universe hasn’t had a Rotten entry in all its 13 years and 24 feature films, and the latest looks to continue the franchise’s tradition. From the Hollywood premiere of Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, a handful of critics shared unanimous praise on social media for the story, action, performances, and more. Even some of the usually harsher reviewers were pleasantly surprised.Here’s what critics are saying about Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings:Has Marvel done it again?Shang-Chi is fantastic… Marvel has another hit on its hands.  Kirsten Acuna, InsiderShang-Chi is awesome… Bravo!  Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comShang-Chi is an absolute triumph… Astounding.  Drew Taylor, ColliderPHENOMENAL. Get hyped.  Wendy Lee Szany, The Movie CoupleHow does it compare to other movies in the MCU?Shang-Chi is one of the best MCU films ever!!!! John Nguyen, Nerd ReactorShang-Chi is like no Marvel movie you’ve seen. Steve Weintraub, ColliderI liked Shang-Chi more than Black Widow. I said it. Kirsten Acuna, InsiderThis movie hits all that Marvel does well (pacing, humor, character) and adds action like we’ve never seen from the MCU before! Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comIn many ways it feels like the least MCU movie of the MCU, and I think a lot of people will really love that. It’s a great standalone adventure/origin story. Peter Sciretta, Slashfilm(Photo by Jasin Boland/©Marvel Studios)Does it give us further hope for the franchise?It is exactly the shot in the arm that Marvel and Disney needed. Scott Mendelson, ForbesThis is the MCU back doing its thing on a high level again. Aaron Neuwirth, We Live EntertainmentDirector Destin Daniel Cretton brought something so fresh to the MCU. So much style and heart. Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comLove that it opens the door to a new world that I can’t wait to see more of. Steve Weintraub, ColliderI’m excited to see how Shang-Chi fits into the future of this cinematic universe. Peter Sciretta, SlashfilmPhase 4 is magical and mystical and I m here for it. If Shang-Chi is the direction the next phase of the MCU is heading, bring on Eternals and Doctor Strange 2. Kirsten Acuna, InsiderSo Shang-Chi is even better than it looks?Never expected it to be THIS good… Can’t believe how much I loved this movie. John Campea, The John Campea ShowDidn’t expect to love it as much as I did! Dorian Parks, Geeks of ColorWe are all pleasantly surprised. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentEven I really liked it… I was so damn relieved. Scott Mendelson, Forbes(Photo by ©Marvel Studios)What if the trailer didn t wow us?Shang-Chi is a blast! Marvel delivers a wuxia/fantasy/superhero movie mash-up that’s a lot more fun than how the trailers have been selling it. Aaron Neuwirth, We Live EntertainmentI thought the trailers looked awful. This film delivers the goods. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentIt s much better than the trailers (lots of goodies unspoiled) and is unafraid to be weird and fantastical. Scott Mendelson, ForbesWished the trailers didn t give away two surprises in the film… but there s so much in the film that isn t in the Shang-Chi trailers that surprised me. Kirsten Acuna, InsiderHow is the action?Some of the very best action in the MCU. Drew Taylor, ColliderShang-Chi has some of the best fight scenes of any MCU movie, sometimes thrilling, other times just stunningly beautiful. Peter Sciretta, SlashfilmThe action set pieces are STUNNERS. Choreography, cinematography, costume design, VFX all on point and come together to make those fights MCU standouts. Perri Nemiroff, ColliderThe action is just absurdly epic. Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comThe action scenes are simply spectacular, especially the train and skyscraper scene. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentThe filmmakers know how to capture the fight choreography with long takes and quick action. (No shaky cam!). John Nguyen, Nerd ReactorEvery fight scene/action sequence is better than the last. Wendy Lee Szany, The Movie Couple(Photo by ©Marvel Studios)Will hardcore martial arts fans be impressed?The fighting is another level. Dorian Parks, Geeks of ColorBest martial arts I’ve seen in a long time. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentIt s full of INCREDIBLE, beautifully choreographed fight scenes and full of badass women. Kirsten Acuna, InsiderFight scenes are excellent and easy to follow. Steve Weintraub, ColliderAlmost as good [as The Raid] but can t beat an R rated film that has a hardcore stunt crew. With that said, this blows [away] any fight scenes in any MCU movie. John Nguyen, Nerd ReactorHow is the story?Unexpectedly spiritual and emotionally complex. Drew Taylor, ColliderCome for the killer fight scenes, dark mysticism, and martial arts mayhem, but stay for the thoughtful rumination on family, grief, and legacy. Dan Casey, NerdistThe family story is touching. John Nguyen, Nerd ReactorExpected a simple father/son conflict narrative and it s so much bigger than that. Shang-Chi is a beautiful story about family, loss, and how our grief can blind and destroy us. Kirsten Acuna, InsiderShang-Chi is such a personal, family story at its core. That’s when it’s at its best. Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comShang-Chi is part Shakespearean family tragedy, part mythological epic, part martial arts masterpiece. It is f***ing awesome. John Campea, The John Campea ShowRyan FujitaniHow is Simu Liu in the lead?Simu Liu fully embraces the marvel superhero role. Wendy Lee Szany, The Movie CoupleSimu Liu literally kicks so much ass and he is perfectly cast. Steve Weintraub, ColliderSimu Liu is a legend. He nails the action sequences, brings the heart. Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comGet ready to know Simu Liu s name if you don t already. Kirsten Acuna, InsiderDoes he make a great team with Awkwafina?Simu Liu and Awkwafina are a fantastic pairing. Peter Sciretta, SlashfilmSimu Liu and Awkwafina are a great duo on the screen. John Nguyen, Nerd ReactorSimu Liu and Awkwafina are terrific. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentSimu Liu has great timing with Awkwafina. Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comShang and Katy are instant MCU all stars. Aaron Couch, Hollywood ReporterWhat a hugely charming duo I absolutely must see more of. Perri Nemiroff, ColliderAre there any other standouts in the cast?Tony Leung rules, of course. Aaron Neuwirth, We Live EntertainmentTony Leung is perfect as The Mandarin. John Nguyen, Nerd ReactorThe whole cast is terrific! Tony Leung and Michelle Yeoh are international treasures. Dan Casey, NerdistRyan FujitaniDoes Shang-Chi honor Asian representation and culture?To see so many Asian actors in an MCU movie made me feel so proud and happy. #RepresentationMatters. Wendy Lee Szany, The Movie CoupleThe movie’s myriad influences (everything from Jackie Chan to Hayao Miyazaki) pay off big time. Drew Taylor, ColliderAre there any problems?All I can say negative about the movie as a whole is that the second half isn’t as good as the first half but it’s still solid. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentThe third act is full of surprises but sometimes is a little crazier than is needed. Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comShould we stick around for any post-credits scenes?The post credits are funny and exciting and sets up the future of the MCU. John Nguyen, Nerd ReactorThe first after-the-credits scene is a great one. Steve Weintraub, ColliderThe Shang-Chi crowd was the most enthusiastic I have been with since Endgame. Couldn’t hear some of the post credit scene dialogue due to cheering. Aaron Couch, Hollywood Reporter(Photo by ©Marvel Studios)Will we want to see it again?I can’t wait to see this film again. Dorian Parks, Geeks of ColorCan’t wait to watch again! Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comCan t stop thinking about how much I already want to watch Shang-Chi again. Wendy Lee Szany, The Movie CoupleWhen people ask me what I thought of a movie I always ask myself would I see the film again tomorrow. I would definitely watch Shang-Chi again tomorrow. Steve Weintraub, ColliderShang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings opens in theaters on September 3, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
Best-Reviewed Comedies 2020Fresh talent stormed comedies this year, starting with top comedy of the year: The Forty-Year-Old Version, with the defiant and hilarious Radha Blank doing quadruple duty as writer, director, producer, and star in the story of a middle-aged New York playwright who reinvents herself as a rapper. Four more of the best comedies of the year (Saint Frances, Extra Ordinary, Why Don t You Just Die!, Yes, God, Yes) also represent the feature debuts of their directors. But don t count out the veterans: The Coppolas, the Vinterbergs, the Julys, and the Iannuccis of the comedy world all got their Certified Fresh movies to chart. And, finally, Sacha Baron Cohen s surprise return as Borat produced the biggest, most outrageous laughs of the year.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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Chadwick Boseman was destined to immortalize legends because he was a legend in the making the entire time that he was with us.I loved playing baseball growing up and Jackie Robinson was huge in the cultivation of my love for the sport. After my first viewing of 42, I remember being enthralled with Chadwick because he made me feel like I finally knew Robinson beyond what I had learned of him through documentaries and books. I left the theater with a greater appreciation for someone who had already had such a significant impact on my life long after his death. I can only imagine how seeing 42 as a child would have further inspired me, connecting me to an ancestor by reminding me that it was a flesh-and-blood human being who did these extraordinary things. It brings me great joy to know my child and so many other children will have this humanized, knowable version of Robinson thanks to Chadwick’s incredible performance.The same can be said for his portrayal of Civil Right activist and eventual Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall in Marshall. Chadwick brought the same personable touch he displayed in 42 to a man who had always been larger than life for my entire existence because of his impact during and well after the Civil Rights Movement.Chadwick brought an incredible degree of care, and purpose, to the table when he took on such legendary roles. In interviews, he discussed his understanding of the impact these heroes had and what they meant to us; on screen you can feel the responsibility he felt playing them. He was such a gifted vessel, bringing such a humanity to these figures without making them feel any smaller than their places in history. It’s easier to connect and learn from those who came before you when you can see parts of yourself in them. Chadwick knew this.(Photo by ©Warner Bros. Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection)While his depictions of real-life heroes hold great significance, and earned him great acclaim, his most powerful work came from a fictional character whom he made feel real as these legendary men.Chadwick Boseman will be remembered mostly by young Black children as T Challa, the Black Panther. The humility he brought to this powerful character made him relatable in ways that inspired record-breaking numbers of moviegoers. He made the Black Panther indestructible to time. The world of Black Panther became something incredibly special thanks to Chadwick and everyone involved in bringing its characters to life. Because of Chadwick and his fellow creatives, Wakanda is no longer just this fictional place, it s a connection for all of us across the diaspora to come together to celebrate each other and share joy in what this level of representation meant collectively and individually.You may remember the many campaigns created to raise money to take children to see Black Panther in theaters; these educators, parents, and others understood the importance of what it means for kids to see people who look like them being superheroes. These ordinary people became heroes within their communities. The way the young, the old, and everyone in between dressed in costumes or their Sunday Best to go to the movies in celebration is something I will never forget. And the beauty of it all is that the momentum continues. For years to come, Black Panther will continue to release the energy it absorbed through our jubilant commemoration of it, just like the suit Chadwick wore on screen.(Photo by D. Stevens/©Universal Pictures/Courtesy Everett Collection)I am so happy that, as a community, we celebrated Black Panther the way we did and never reined in our love. I hope Chadwick felt the force of that love and that thoughts of it brought him some comfort when he needed it most. I hope when he made his walk into the ancestral planes to take his place alongside long-lost loved ones and the legends he immortalized, he was enveloped with the same love and passion he left for us here on the other side.I hope he knows that he inspired so many to be the hero of their own stories because we were all able to witness him be the hero of his own. 好在作为手游,游戏在开发之初为了做好各英雄间操作匹配问题,对手机操作进行了很多的优化,比如盲僧这种难度较高的英雄,W技能优化成了定点释放,Q中的视野外的敌方英雄就会在左上角提供视野,这种手机操作方式更多的是给了玩家操作空间,也让玩家可以更好的秀操作,体验到非常舒适的游戏感觉。


Watch: Patty Jenkins on the making of Wonder Woman above.In 2019, Rotten Tomatoes turns 21, and to mark the occasion, we’re celebrating the 21 Most Memorable Moments from the movies over the last 21 years. In this special video series, we speak to the actors and filmmakers who made those moments happen, revealing behind-the-scenes details of how they came to be and diving deep into why they’ve stuck with us for so long. Once we’ve announced all 21, it will be up to you, the fans, to vote for which is the most memorable moment of all. In this episode of our ‘21 Most Memorable Moments’ series, director Patty Jenkins takes us behind the scenes of the  No Man s Land sequence from 2017 s Wonder Woman.VOTE FOR THIS MOMENT IN OUR 21 MOST MEMORABLE MOVIE MOMENTS POLLTHE MOVIE: Wonder Woman (2017) 93%Wonder Woman arrived in theaters with so much weight on its shoulders that it was going to take a superhero-level effort for it to really soar. The film was the first major female-led superhero movie since 2005 s Elektra, which hadn t landed too well with critics and audiences. The new Warner Bros. film was also one of the rare big-budget superhero films with a female director – one whose background was mostly in indies (albeit one, Monster, that earned over four times its production budget at the box office and its lead actress an Oscar).The DC Extended Universe was doing big numbers at the box office, but Warner Bros. had yet to have a critical win with its answer to the MCU (the first three films of the DCEU had all been Rotten on the Tomatometer). And it was coming out during a summer when superhero fatigue was a buzzword. And yet. Director Patty Jenkins, star Gal Gadot, and the rest of the Wonder Woman team pulled it off – and then some. The movie was huge, becoming the third biggest movie of 2017 and the biggest earner so far in the DCEU at the domestic box office. On top of that, it was Certified Fresh at 93% on the Tomatometer and would be the best-reviewed comic-book movie of the year (a year that included Logan). Then there was the way it infiltrated the popular culture, a phenomenon captured in photos of young children wielding their shields and lassos and finding, in Diana from Themyscira, someone they believed in and wanted to be. Jenkins tells Rotten Tomatoes she felt the pressure to deliver – for herself as much as anyone.(Photo by Clay Enos/©Warner Bros./courtesy Everett Collection)“The fan who s like, ‘They better do a good job at that movie’ – I was that fan as much as anyone.”“I felt a huge amount of pressure [making Wonder Woman]. For the 10 years that I was talking about it, I knew that it would be a huge amount of pressure, but… I cared as much as anybody. Like, literally, the fan who s like, ‘They better do a good job at that movie’ – I was that fan as much as anyone! There was nothing I could do about it but try. In a weird way you feel the pressure and you almost don t think about it because I m now moving on to being that same audience member saying, ‘This better be as great as it could be’ every day to myself. I ve never done anything with a light attitude and therefore any additional pressure is just like, ‘What are you gonna do?’ It doesn t help and it doesn t hurt and it doesn t really change anything. So you just don t think about it too much.”THE MOMENT: No Man s Land If there was one defining moment of Wonder Woman it was the scene in which Diana, having found her way to the front lines during WWI, steps up out of the trench and into No Man s Land. It was her first big Wonder Woman reveal – that slow-motion shot of her shedding her hood and climbing the ladder still gives us chills – and a perfect distillation of Jenkins and the other filmmakers vision for a Diana, one that spoke to a 21st-century audience as she entered one of the most harrowing scenes of the 20th. The naïvety was gone and a hero was born. [It was like] Superman pulling his shirt open the first time and revealing the S . “I think that the biggest reason I was obsessed with [the scene] was really from a character place. From Diana s point of view, it is: What is the birth of a superhero? Just like Superman pulling his shirt open the first time and revealing the S, these are definitive, incredible moments, and so I knew that Wonder Woman needed an incredible moment and because we were doing her origin story, it really needed to be the moment that she made the decision to go from being a younger person who was hopeful and idealistic to one who decides to be a hero despite knowing more. And so in this story, that was what I cared about. (Photo by @ Warner Bros. Pictures) What it is to be a hero does not become clear to her until No Man s Land. “For me, what was important was that Diana wants to be a hero from day one, but what it is to be a hero does not become clear to her until No Man s Land. Not until No Man s Land does it become: No, it s messy, the world is crazy, it s confusing, it s conflicted, and doing the right thing is incredibly hard and no one will come with you. And her saying, That s what I m going to do, and stepping up over the edge is despite the fact that you can t or you shouldn t and no one will support you. That was such a powerful way for her to step into being like Wonder Woman. The shooting of it was brutal. “On our original plans, there were definitely arguments about [whether we were] really going to put Diana in a Wonder Woman costume out in the freezing cold in the winter [to shoot the No Man’s Land scene], and it s not safe, and we shouldn t do it and whatever. We had to do it — it s the only way to do it. You have to build No Man s Land. It had to be real. It was unfortunate that it also happened in the winter, but it needed to happen in the winter or it might not have looked right. The shooting of it was brutal, and it never looked or felt in the moment like what, of course, it ends up being, because it s just an awful moment [on set] with loud noises and someone standing in the wind and cold. And so in great part it was an act of faith, as I m doing every day here [shooting Wonder Woman 1984]. “I kept using the old Columbia Pictures beginning as a reference. “I kept using the old Columbia Pictures beginning – that opening title card of the woman standing with the clouds behind her – as a reference when I was making Wonder Woman. I wanted it to have this classic grandeur, and so when she came up over No Man s Land, I actually added a touch of that and that painterly grain quality in the clouds and we tinted the smoke – the smoke bombs that were going off and the explosions – so that they would have a kind of beautiful color. (Photo by Courtesy Everett Collection) I literally got them to bring all the musicians back into the studio. “We had finished the whole movie and we had scored it, and I got on the phone with everybody at the studio and all of the producers and said, ‘I need you to give me one more crack at No Man s Land please. And I literally got them to bring all the musicians back into the studio – which is a very expensive and laborious thing to do – and I had our great composer, Rupert Gregson-Williams, write an entirely new piece for it based on a sort of hunch that I had that there was one step further [we could go]. And he actually ended up composing a whole new piece of music that we scored after we had locked everything, which is the score that went in right at the last minute. Everything in my gut told me that song was the right song, but then it was over, it was done, it was out of my hands and the movie was complete – so I really never got a chance to see [the No Man’s Land scene] and know it with an audience until very close to the premiere, when finally it was like, ‘Oh, that s it. That is the scene. That s as far as we got it. We can t do better. We tried everything that we could to do better and there it is.’ And it was pretty incredible, honestly, the night of the premiere when people reacted the way that we did.”THE IMPACT: A Hero Is Born The countdown to Wonder Woman 1984, scheduled for release June 5, 2020, feels different to the time, four or so years ago, when we were anticipating the first film. Back then there was excitement, but there was also weight and there was pressure; today there is only breathless antic

亚美体育平台app (Photo by WB/ courtesy Everett Collection)How to Watch Harry Potter Movies In OrderEveryone came into the Wizarding World through the Harry Potter books and movies, which introduced us to a gifted 11-year-old, his friends Ron and Hermione, and their hallowed school of magic, Hogwarts. Watching the Harry Potter movies in order, seeing the story unfold chronologically in-universe, used to be as easy as finding the one where Daniel Radcliffe looks youngest and starting from there.But the series has expanded now with the Fantastic Beasts movies, set some 70 years before The Sorcerer s Stone. So to watch the Harry Potter movies in order, your journey now begins with Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, set in 1926 and starring Eddie Redmayne as Newt Scarmander. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is set in 1927. The third Fantastic Beasts intends to release July 2022, with two more movies to close out the Scarmander and Grindelwald saga. Then the story of Harry himself begins, starting with Sorcerer s Stone and concluding in the second-part of The Deathly Hallows, for eight Certified Fresh movies in a row. There s also a Harry Potter series early in development for HBO Max. For now, see our guide below on how to watch all Harry Potter movies in order.

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