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沉浸式射击比赛手游是一款有着超多场景的枪战游戏,这里的玩法极其的多,你可以直接的点击挑战,甚至是叫上好友,一绝高下,比出谁才是最终的胜利,感兴趣的小伙伴们赶快下载试试看吧。 The Crown: Season 4 (2020) – Netflix About the show: As the 1970s are drawing to a close, Queen Elizabeth (Olivia Colman) and her family find themselves preoccupied with safeguarding the line of succession by securing an appropriate bride for Prince Charles (Josh O’Connor), who is still unmarried at 30. As the nation begins to feel the impact of divisive policies introduced by Britain s first female Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher (Gillian Anderson), tensions arise between her and the Queen which only grow worse as Thatcher leads the country into the Falklands War, generating conflict within the Commonwealth. While Charles’ romance with a young Lady Diana Spencer (Emma Corrin) provides a much-needed fairytale to unite the British people, behind closed doors, the Royal family is becoming increasingly divided.Why You Should Watch It: The Emmy-winning series missed out on major-category awards for season 3, despite being led by Oscar-winner Colman and a Certified Fresh 90% Tomatometer score. (The title did scoop up trophies, however, for Outstanding Period Costumes and Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Period or Fantasy Program – One Hour Or More.) With the addition of storylines for Thatcher and Lady Diana, season 4 offers fans even more historical drama to snack on.Premiere Date: Sunday, Nov. 15, 2020
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Today s Ketchup brings you another 10 headlines from the world of film development news, covering new roles for Zac Efron, Idris Elba, Tom Hanks, Angelina Jolie, and Denzel Washington.This WEEK S TOP STORYANGELINA JOLIE IN TALKS TO LEAD MARVEL S THE ETERNALS(Photo by Walt Disney Studios)It s been a few weeks shy of a year now since we first heard that Marvel Studios was developing a movie based on The Eternals. Since then, it s been confirmed that The Eternals will be the next film to start production after Black Widow, likely for a late 2020 release (November 6, 2020, specifically). Despite that, one could argue that the project hadn t really been receiving much press or buzz, and the reason for that is sort of obvious: most non-comics fans don t know what The Eternals is (Thanos is an Eternal from Titan, but there are different groups of Eternals). What The Eternals needed and was lacking until this week, then, was some genuine star power to raise the film s profile. Marvel is getting it in the form of Angelina Jolie, who s now in talks to star in The Eternals. Technically, Jolie s role was not confirmed this week, but the leads are reportedly Ikaris (who s male) and Sersi, so she s probably Sersi. This might also mean Jolie could join a future version of The Avengers, as Sersi was a member of the team for over 60 issues from 1989 to 1994. The Eternals will be directed by Chloé Zhao (The Rider, Songs My Brothers Taught Me) when it starts filming this summer. In the meantime, you can check out this fan art that speculates what Angelina Jolie could look like as Sersi.Fresh Developments1. JOEL COEN GOING SOLO FOR SHAKESPEARE S MACBETH STARRING DENZEL WASHINGTON (Photo by Wilson Webb/Focus Features)Director Joel Coen and his brother Ethan have collaborated on so many movies (dozens) that it s become shorthand to just refer to them as the Coen Brothers, even if their precise duties on each film vary. This week, we learned of the first film that Joel Coen will be directing from his own screenplay, without Ethan writing or producing, and it will be an adaptation of William Shakespeare s MacBeth (A.K.A. The Scottish Play for the superstitious). Denzel Washington will play the title character, and two-time Academy Award winner Frances McDormand (A.K.A. Mrs. Joel Coen) will co-star as Lady MacBeth. It is not yet known if the film will retain the play s medieval Scotland setting or perhaps shift to a more contemporary setting. This MacBeth also comes just a few years after the 2015 adaptation (Certified Fresh at 79%) that starred Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard.2. NEW AVENGERS: ENDGAME POSTERS CONFIRM FATES OF SHURI, VALKYRIE, AND OTHERS(Photo by Marvel Studios)There was a lot going on in those final moments of Avengers: Infinity War, but Marvel wasn t able to fit in every character. It s also telling of the scope of these movies now that Marvel Studios was able to release 32 character posters for Avengers: Endgame, and still leave out several fan favorites. The posters were divided into two groups (16 of each): black-and-white posters for (some of) the characters who were dusted (or ashed ) in Avengers: Infinity War, and color posters for characters who survived Thanos snap. The inclusion of a poster for Tessa Thompson s Valkyrie character from Thor: Ragnarok confirms one of the lingering questions some had, since she wasn t seen on the Asgardian spaceship in Avengers: Infinity War (or at all). Likewise, there s also a black-and-white poster for Letitia Wright s Shuri character from Black Panther, confirming that she shared the fate of her brother T Challa (not that he s likely to be gone permanently). Marvel Studios also confirmed this week that Avengers: Endgame will be around three hours long when it s released on April 26.3. CUMBERBATCH, FIRTH, AND STRONG JOIN SAM MENDES  WORLD WAR I DRAMA(Photo by JA, Priscilla Grant, Elizabeth Goodenough/Everett Collection)We ve known for a while that Sam Mendes (American Beauty, Skyfall) was planning on directing a drama called 1917 following his decision not to direct another James Bond film after 2015 s Spectre. Details about 1917 have remained sparse, but the title itself makes it pretty clear that it s set during World War I (1917 was the year the United States joined the war, but the focus will be on the British). We now know that the story will center on a single day in the war for two young British soldiers played by George MacKay (Captain Fantastic) and Dean-Charles Chapman (Tommen from Game of Thrones). With filming of 1917 starting on location in England and Scotland on Monday, several more actors were confirmed this week. The cast will include Benedict Cumberbatch (Doctor Strange, TV s Sherlock), Colin Firth (The King s Speech), Richard Madden (Robb Stark from Game of Thrones), and Mark Strong (Shazam!). There are a few reunions going on here, including for Kingsman: The Secret Service (Colin Firth and Mark Strong), and The Imitation Game (Benedict Cumberbatch and Mark Strong), and Game of Thrones.4. MICHAEL B. JORDAN WON T LOOK A DAY OVER 400 AS METHUSELAH(Photo by Marvel Studios)It was less than three years ago that we first heard about a biblical epic called Methuselah, in which Tom Cruise would play the long-lived figure from the Book of Genesis. The film is still in development at Warner Bros, but it s now set up as a starring vehicle for Michael B. Jordan (Creed, Black Panther), who will also produce. One significant change to Methuselah is that it s no longer described as a biblical epic, but is instead about a 400-year-old man who, over hundreds of years, has accumulated vast intellectual knowledge, from multiple languages to the sciences, as well as survival skills. Methuselah joins Jordan and his production company s sizable slate of film projects along with Just Mercy (1/17/2020), Tom Clancy s Without Remorse (9/18/2020), Journal for Jordan, The Liberators, Red Wolf, Silver Bear, and Wrong Answer.5. TOM HANKS JOINS ELVIS PRESLEY BIOPIC AS COLONEL TOM PARKER (Photo by Sony Pictures)Tom Hanks is on some sort of crazy streak of late playing iconic real-life figures of both the 20th and 21st centuries. In the last six years alone, he’s starred in Captain Phillips, Saving Mr. Banks (as Walt Disney), Bridge of Spies, Sully (as pilot “Sully” Sullenberger), The Post (as Ben Bradlee), and his Mister Rogers movie, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood is due out later this year (11/22/2019). Hanks is now in talks for another film in which he will play a 20th century pop culture personality; if the deal goes through, he ll take on a Southern accent again as Colonel Tom Parker, co-starring in the untitled Elvis Presley biopic that director Baz Luhrmann (Moulin Rouge!, Australia) has been developing for several years. Luhrmann reportedly moved on to Tom Hanks after previous talks with Leonardo DiCaprio (his Romeo + Juliet star) didn t work out. Baz Luhrmann has not yet cast his actor to star as Elvis Presley.

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Disney+ announces price lower than Netflix, Hawkeye gets a series while previously announced series get titles, Game of Thrones goes licensing-mad for final season, The Walking Dead gets another spin-off, American Horror Story teaser trailer, Titans casts Bruce Wayne, and more.TOP STORYAvengers Assemble on Disney+(Photo by Marvel Studios)On Thursday evening, Disney CEO Bob Iger presented to investors, detailing the company s streaming plans: Disney+ launches November 12, 2019, and will cost .99 per month. Series titles announced so far include:Marvel Studios’ series Loki starring Tom Hiddleston, reprising his role as the mischief makerThe Falcon and The Winter Soldier, a live-action series with Anthony Mackie returning as Falcon and Sebastian Stan reprising his role as Winter SoldierWandaVision, a live-action series with Elizabeth Olsen returning as Wanda Maximoff and Paul Bettany reprising his role as The VisionHawkeye might not have gotten as much screen time as his fellow Avengers in the most recent Marvel superhero team-up movies, but that will be rectified with the archer s own series, in which Jeremy Renner will star, acco

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9.81.3 8月喜迎(Photo by Peter Iovino/©Universal Pictures/Courtesy Everett Collection)All Anna Kendrick Movies RankedAnna Kendrick s first film was 2003 s Camp, a musical set at a camp for performing artists in upstate New York, a fitting extension of Kendrick s childhood start in theater around her birthplace of Portland, Maine. The first of many Certified Fresh awards came with her next movie, Rocket Science; being cast as Jessica in the Twilight franchise meant Kendrick would have a high-profile job waiting for her for years to come.Her career would soon become defined by steady versatility, appearing in a wide range of films like End of Watch, Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates, and Cake. Kendrick is particularly adept in comedy hybrids, as seen in in The Voices, A Simple Favor, 50/50, and Up in the Air, the last of which garnered her a Best Supporting Actress Oscar nom. Meanwhile, she s been one of the 2010s most reliable musical stars – just look at Into the Woods, Trolls and, of course, the Pitch Perfect series.Her latest films were Stowaway and the Trolls sequel, World Tour. And now, we re ranking all Anna Kendrick movies by Tomatometer!
…. It was pretty funny, but we didn t not take it seriously or not try and make it at its highest level, but we still had the joyous child-like glee from the experience.Rotten Tomatoes: And I think the audience will share that feeling, because you watch that scene with Garret and that tiger and it s just delightful in its gory way.Snyder: Yeah, I know. If you can t have fun watching that in the movies, then you ve lost touch of your inner gore child that is waiting to get out.Rotten Tomatoes: I want to talk to you about runtimes, because it s a two-and-a-half hour zombie movie, and we ve come off a four-hour Snyder cut, Zack Snyder s Justice League. What do you say to people who think a popcorn movie needs to be two hours, that s what an audience can handle, that s what makes for good pacing, when you re delivering these long movies that people are eating up?Snyder: I don t know. I mean, the record doesn t hold that. If you go look at the top box office movies of all time, Jim Cameron sure doesn t make short movies, I ll tell you that. You know what I m saying? And Lord of the Rings is no matinée quickie and is better for it; the Dark Knight trilogy, they re not short movies. And the movie s as long as it is. I don t think you can back into it that way. I mean yeah, you have a target, you have an area, two-and-a-half hours. Beyond that, sure, we re constantly trimming. Was the first pass of Army of the Dead three hours, three-and-a-half hours? Probably. I was conscious of it. I was like, Oh, it d be good if it was just under two-and-a-half hours. That d be good. (Photo by Clay Enos / © Netflix)Rotten Tomatoes: And we re actually getting more of this world, right? Snyder: There’s an animated series, a prequel. I m directing two of the episodes of the animated series. Yeah, it s fun. And I came up with the story with Shay [Hatten, co-screenwriter of Army of the Dead] and well, because Shay and I actually, we were ready to go if there was a sequel that anybody ever wanted, we know how to do it, and so the world of the animated series is directly related to what would be the world of the sequel. So I really had to very carefully plan out and construct the entire “what happens in that world” in the world of the animated series. And then the prequel, also Shay and I wrote the story for that. That’s another genre bender – Matthias [Schweighöfer] directed basically a romantic comedy heist movie. We constantly keep doing this genre mashing.Rotten Tomatoes: Can you give us a sense of what we can expect from the animated series? Snyder: In the animated series, we trace the origins of the zombie plague, not only where it came from, but then its actual origins and what is the “why” of it. And from a scale standpoint, it s hilarious. It really is a crackup if you can imagine the kind of things that you could do in animation, where there s no rules and nothing to stop you.Rotten Tomatoes: Also a hard R rating?Snyder: Oh God, yeah. It s very adult animated series, yeah. Very adult.Army of the Dead is in theaters now and available on Netflix from Friday May 21, 2021.
After a month of voting, the Rotten Tomatoes community has chosen its winners for each category at the upcoming 93rd Academy Awards, which will take place this Sunday and celebrate the cinematic achievements of a very unusual year. According to RT fans, Chloé Zhao and Oscar frontrunner Nomadland should come away from this Sunday with four awards, including Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay, and the big one, Best Picture. Ma Rainey s Black Bottom came next with three awards, including a posthumous win for the late Chadwick Boseman, and Emerald Fennell s Promising Young Woman also claimed a couple of the top honors, namely Best Actress for Carey Mulligan s performance and Best Original Screenplay for Fennell s script.Recommended: Download our printable 2021 Oscars BallotRecommended: The Biggest Snubs, Surprises, and Milestones of the 2021 Oscar NominationsRecommended: Where to Watch the 2021 Oscar NomineesRecommended: The 2021 Best Picture Nominees Ranked by TomatometerOnly a couple of the awards were closely contested Best Supporting Actress and Best Editing among them and the results essentially mirror the odds-on favorites for each category. Will the actual Academy Awards turn out the way our community believes they should? Tune in on Sunday, April 25 to find out, and in the meantime, see below for the full list of winners and the final results of the poll.WINNERSBest Picture: NomadlandDirecting: Chloé Zhao  NomadlandActor in a Leading Role: Chadwick Boseman   Ma Rainey s Black BottomActress in a Leading Role: Carey Mulligan   Promising Young WomanActor in a Supporting Role: Daniel Kaluuya   Judas and the Black MessiahActress in a Supporting Role: Yuh-Jung Youn   MinariWriting (Adapted Screenplay): Chloé Zhao  NomadlandWriting (Original Screenplay): Emerald Fennell   Promising Young WomanAnimated Feature Film: SoulCinematography: Joshua James Richards   NomadlandCostume Design: Ma Rainey s Black BottomDocumentary (Feature): My Octopus TeacherFilm Editing: Sound of MetalInternational Feature Film: Another RoundMakeup and Hairstyling: Ma Rainey s Black BottomMusic (Original Score): Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross, Jon Batiste   SoulMusic (Original Song):  Speak Now  One Night in MiamiProduction Design: MankSound: Sound of MetalVisual Effects: TenetDocumentary (Short Subject): A Love Song for LatashaShort Film (Animated): If Anything Happens I Love YouShort Film (Live Action): Two Distant StrangersAre you as obsessed with awards as we are? Check out our Awards Leaderboard for 2020/2021.The 93rd annual Academy Awards will be presented Sunday, April 25, in Los Angeles at the Dolby Theater and Los Angeles Union Station.

From Walt Disney Animation Studios comes a new princess-driven fantasy adventure with a focus on Southeast Asian representation and heavy themes involving a sentient plague and trust issues among humans. And it’s action-packed and full of laughs, too. Raya and the Last Dragon is receiving rave reviews for its ambitious ideas, stunning visuals, and impressive thrills, all of which will entertain audiences of all ages, whether on the big screen or streaming at a premium price on Disney+. But is it another instant classic from Disney with immediately beloved characters and iconic storytelling?Here’s what critics are saying about Raya and the Last Dragon:Does Disney have another animated classic on its hands?Disney has done it again.  Danielle Solzman, Solzy at the MoviesAnother huge win for the studio.  Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comOne of Disney s most breathtakingly beautiful endeavors yet.  Rob Hunter, Film School Rejects[It’s] the best animated Disney film since Moana.  Brandon Katz, ObserverRaya and the Last Dragon has all the makings of a modern Disney classic. Molly Freeman, Screen RantIs the story a familiar one?The narrative skeleton is, if anything, even more generic, and also a reminder that the generic has its pleasures. Justin Chang, Los Angeles TimesDisney on autopilot is still pretty good. Robert Daniels, The Playlist[It’s] a tribute to Disney’s patented style of timeless, grand and immersive storytelling. But it’s also a pioneering picture, embracing timely, compassionate sentiments on our contemporary culture. Courtney Howard, Fresh Fiction(Photo by ©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Are there any comparable films it recalls?If Moana, Tangled, Mulan, Abominable and Big Hero 6 had a child…you’d get Raya and the Last Dragon. Christie Cronan, Raising WhasiansLike 2016 s Moana and 2009’s The Princess and the Frog, the film stands apart, through fresh voices and cultures, while still embracing universal truths and ideals. Rob Hunter, Film School RejectsIn its expansive world-building and aesthetic variety, Raya and the Last Dragon most viscerally conjures up the experience of watching a Star Wars film. Dan Rubins, Slant MagazineThe film the feel of a condensed Tolkien epic — a Lord of the Rings-light quest that takes Raya throughout Kumandra to accomplish her mission. Peter Debruge, VarietyHow is the animation?Raya and the Last Dragon is a technical triumph in every possible facet, simply just eye candy from start to finish. Sean Mulvihill, FanboyNationSome of the best visual work of Disney’s 3D era. Environments are jaw-droppingly impressive, reflecting a lived-in world that’s mythology and culture inform its architecture. Jacob Oller, Paste MagazineYou ve never seen [water] animated so exquisitely…from water droplets to nautical travel to the epic beauty of a character leaping from one raindrop to the next, it is extraordinary. Rob Hunter, Film School Rejects(Photo by ©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)What about the performances?It s Tran s movie and she excels in the lead role as Raya. Molly Freeman, Screen RantTran imbues Raya with both a tenderness and a steely determination, making the character one of the more fascinating Disney princesses in a long time. Sean Mulvihill, FanboyNationTran’s pitch-perfect performance makes organic even the heavier character beat. Inkoo Kang, Hollywood Reporter[Raya is] a well-rounded, complex character, much of that hinges of the emotion Tran delivers through her performance. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comAwkwafina as Sisu is a bit over-the-top, and that’s what makes me laugh. Tania Lamb, Lola LambchopsAwkwafina is a gifted comic actor, but she’s no Robin Williams or Eddie Murphy. Peter Debruge, VarietyDoes the movie have great side characters?An enormous pill bug named Tuk Tuk… seems destined for ‘season s hottest toy’ status. Angie Han, MashableSisu just isn’t special enough to gain entry to the Disney character hall of fame… [she] looks weird, like someone stuck a plastic My Little Pony head on a floppy feather-boa body. Peter Debruge, VarietyI could’ve done without the [light-fingered toddler from Talon], which caused a fresh flare-up of post-Baby Geniuses stress disorder. Justin Chang, Los Angeles Times(Photo by ©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)How respectful is the Southeast Asian representation?Detail in the faces of the two rivals and Sisu in her human form… suggest something of the diversity in facial features among a group of people often stereotyped as all looking the same. Inkoo Kang, Hollywood ReporterFrom the tone and texture to the shine and glow – Raya and the main characters did not have that fake yellow skin, but a better representation of olive skin tone. Christie Cronan, Raising WhasiansThe specific pan-Asian details — a bowl of shrimp congee, a price paid in jade pieces — are amusing even when they brush up gently against stereotype. Justin Chang, Los Angeles TimesRaya‘s vision of diversity doesn’t feel as satisfying as a more culturally specific story like Pixar’s Coco, which found universality within its specificity. Hoai-Tran Bui, SlashfilmWill action fans be satisfied?When it comes to the action sequences, Raya and the Last Dragon breaks new ground… taking cultural fighting styles and bringing them to life via animation. Sheraz Farooqi, ComicBook DebateI seriously can’t speak highly enough about tense combative frames, as each swashbuckling sequence holds precision akin to live-action features. Matt Conway, Battle Royale With CheeseThe face-off between Raya and Namaari delivers a thrilling set-piece that any action film would love to claim as its own. Rob Hunter, Film School RejectsFull of chases and elaborate style action sequences that would make Indiana Jones blush… the fight scenes are simply jaw-dropping, full of energy and oomph. Hoai-Tran Bui, SlashfilmRyan FujitaniIs it funny?Don’t worry. There’s lots of levity, between the sequence that features color bomb farting fireflies and Sisu’s comedic, Genie-esque antics. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionHall and Estrada’s jaunty direction pairs nicely with Nguyen and Lim’s wonderfully smart script to add plenty of humor to an otherwise dark story. Kate Erbland, IndieWireThere’s a strain of wacky comedy that feels more in line with an early 2000s DreamWorks movie. Hoai-Tran Bui, SlashfilmWhen your gag is done better by the dopey penguins in the Madagascar movies, you know it’s run its course. Jacob Oller, Paste MagazineWill it move you?Raya and the Last Dragon is so rooted in emotion, that this motley crew is capable of kicking up big laughs and more than a few tears. Kate Erbland, IndieWireThere were many moments that I sat crying, and others where I cheered on Raya and her unlikely crew. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyThe swelling emotional finale may elicit tears or eyerolls depending on your point of view (definitely the former for me). Brandon Katz, ObserverDoes it teach any valuable lessons?This animation speaks to themes of unity we are in dire need of learning right now, and it does it in the most powerful way, by wrapping the truth up in action and sweetness. Sherin Nicole, idobi.comTrust is a key theme in Raya and the Last Dragon, as evident in how often it s mentioned, and it s a lesson we could all stand to hear, see, and practice more often. Rob Hunter, Film School RejectsThere are certainly worse lessons a movie could impart under present circumstances, and the filmmakers ponder it here with disarming sincerity and seriousness. Justin Chang, Los Angeles TimesIf any movie can restore faith in humanity again, this is it. Christie Cronan, Raising Whasians(Photo by ©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Does it have any problems?If there is anything to fault in this movie it would be the lack of songs. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyThis film desperately lacks the kind of soaring, iconically open-hearted sequences that made revered classics like The Lion King and Mulan stand the test of time. Matt Conway, Battle Royale With CheeseThe film doesn’t flow so much as lurch from one big set-piece to the next, raising significant logic questions along the way. Peter Debruge, VarietyRaya and Sisu’s friendship never fully develops. Akin to The Fifth Element, Raya treats Sisu more as a weapon. One that needs to be hidden rather than as a living creature. Robert Daniels, The PlaylistIs it OK for younger viewers?There are some scary moments that may frighten little ones, especially with the Druun, which is a dark mist-like monster. Tania Lamb, Lola LambchopsThe Druun is scary — it moves quickly and is quite ominous…some sensitive ones might really be taken aback by it. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyI would compare the violence easily to that of Moana, Tangled, or the animated Mulan. Very easily digestible for little kids. Christie Cronan, Raising WhasiansWill it leave you wanting more?It feels almost a pity when the movie ends and we have to say goodbye to the whole gang before we got to see them do still more fun stuff. Angie Han, Mashable[It’s] a property with plenty of future storytelling potential. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comRaya and the Last Dragon is in theaters and available as a premium rental on Disney+ on March 5, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
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conflicts are necessary for its comedy, no one is rendered totally villainous, not even Doña Florinda. Compassion and solidarity lie at the core of El Chavo del Ocho. This group of people don’t always see eye-to-eye, but when it counts they are willing to help out each other. Their disputes never devolve to cruelty or malice, and they are just as quick to forgiveness as they are to anger. It’s a community tied to a place, “la vecindad,” and therefore to each other. As hilariously obnoxious as Quico can often be, he ultimately sees El Chavo as a friend.Bolaños at the launch of the animated El Chavo series. (Photo by LUIS ACOSTA/AFP via Getty Images)This almost familial unity is perhaps best seen in those moments when the residents collectively express frustration towards the hero’s antics. “It had to be El Chavo del Ocho,” they say. To which El Chavo replies, “You don’t have patience with me.” It’s a funny exchange, but it also speaks to the neglect he’s grown accustomed to and to the fact that his fellow tenants are familiar with his recklessness and still love him – even if they rarely say it out loud. Chespirito knew how to grapple with pathos in a way that felt endearing but still got plenty of laughs.The indelible slang and curious names associated with Chespirito’s work, much of it from El Chavo del Ocho, are an integral part of his legacy. Whenever a silly plot or imaginative adventure ended with an unfortunate result – which was, well, often – El Chavo would utter, “Se me chispoteo” (“I messed up”). Today, that line remains highly identifiable among millions of Spanish speakers across the Americas. Other highlights in the creator’s extensive vocabulary using “ch” include: “Chompiras,” the aforementioned “chusma,” “Chimoltrufia,” or “chipote chillón.”Beyond the catchphrases and slang, the show’s thematic elements are largely universal and  appreciated by audiences of all stripes and ages. There are themes that will ring familiar to Western audiences – the house at the end of the street that no one wants to go near; there is slapstick humor and wild adventures that appeal to the young; and sophisticated social commentary that appeals to more mature viewers.A statue of El Chavo by an anonymous artist, in Colombia, 2014. (Photo by LUIS ACOSTA/AFP via Getty Images)In the mid-2000s, Televisa launched an animated incarnation simply titled El Chavo Animado. Legal issues related to María Antonieta de las Nieves’ ownership of the character prevented La Chilindrina from being part of this project, but all other emblematic members of the gang got the 2-D treatment. With 134 episodes capturing the essence of the property for a younger generation, the animated series ensured the El Chavo legacy lived on even longer.For many Latinos, watching El Chavo del Ocho is one of those intangible keepsakes, a tradition even, passed down from grandparents to parents and so on for the last several decades. For Latino immigrants in the U.S. the show has undoubtedly been a slice of comfort calling back to their homelands, while for their American-born and raised children and grandchildren, El Chavo and co. are a bridge to their heritage.The show’s perpetual availability on network television – until recently, at least – enabled such cultural permeation, but it’s the quotable cleverness, wrapped in a family package, that hooked us. Through the hysterically flawed humanity Chespirito put on screen, he allowed us to bond with each other, and across generations, through laugher tied to a certain pureness of spirit. As far as mass-appealing art goes, El Chavo del Ocho, like few other works, has earned its legendary timelessness by way of its giant and open heart.Looking for more to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month? The 110 Essential Spanish-Language Movies 13 Barrier-Breaking Hispanic Stars and Their Most Celebrated RolesTV Shows that Celebrate Latino CultureCine-Mundial: The Magazine that Brought Hollywood Into the Hands of Spanish Speakers
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In 2017, It, the Certified Fresh adaptation of Stephen King’s 1986 bestselling 1,138 page epic, used every second of its 135-minute running time to make sure paper boats would never be played with again. The Andy Muschietti-directed horror film was a box office hit, pulling in 0 million worldwide, which made it the highest-grossing horror flick of all time and ensured a sequel would be green-lit. Now, in just a few days, the 169-minute It: Chapter Two – which adapts the sections of King’s book focused on the adult Losers Club – is looking to collect more critical accolades and gobble up money the way Pennywise gobbles up fear (and tiny children’s arms).Oh, and yes, you read that right: It: Chapter Two clocks in at 169 minutes, or 2 hours and 49 minutes. (That runtime may seem excessive, but, when compared to the 45 hours it takes to get through the It audiobook, we’re thinking it could have been a lot worse.)The movie opens just months after Quentin Tarantino’s epic Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2 hours and 40 minutes), and just a week after the release of the Midsommar director’s cut (2 hours and 51 minutes).In October, Netflix will release The Irishman – it will run for 3 hours and 30 minutes.All these minutes – and anticipated bathroom breaks – got us thinking: How does the length of a film affect its quality? Are longer movies, on average, better or worse than shorter movies? To find out, we analyzed the running times of the 1,431 movies that received wide theatrical releases since 2010. (We classified wide releases as 500-plus screens; we didn’t include documentaries.) To break down the data, we divided the films into four categories: Movies less than 100 minutes; movies between 100 and 120 minutes; movies between 120 and 140 minutes; and those epic 140 minute-plus movies whose company It: Chapter Two is about to join.Ultimately, we wanted to know if movies were better off going the longer It: Chapter Two or Once Upon a Time in Hollywood route, or if shorter movies like Crawl, The Farewell, or Eighth Grade averaged higher Tomatometer scores with critics. You can find super Fresh movies in all four categories: The 63-minute Winnie the Pooh (2011) and 182-minute Avengers: Endgame (2019), which are the longest and shortest movies in the data set, both have Tomatometer scores above 90%. But there were clear trends and the results, at least for those who bemoan bloated runtimes, might be surprising.So let s get into the data Less than 100 minutes: The Most Likely to Be Rotten

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bob综合体育平台app (Photo by Stefania D'Alessandro/WireImage)After James Gunn was fired from directing Marvel’s third Guardians of the Galaxy film, fans wondered whether Taika Waititi – who made Marvel’s critically acclaimed Thor: Ragnarock, which contained much more humor than previous films starring the God of Thunder – could and would take over the franchise.He told reporters in Los Angeles on Monday that he is definitely not directing Guardians of the Galaxy 3.“For me, those are James s films,” he told Rotten Tomatoes and a small group of reporters after a panel for FX’s What We Do in the Shadows adaptation at the Television Critics Association winter press tour. “Going into something like that, which has got his stamp all over it, would feel like going into someone s house and going, ‘Hey, I m your new dad, and this is how we make peanut butter sandwiches now.’ It just feels kind of awkward. I just wouldn t know how to follow up those two films because those are his babies.”Waititi is still in conversation with Marvel about future films, however.“I’m not doing that movie, but I’m still hanging out with those guys and talking about new stuff,” he confirmed. “I don t know what it might be yet, but, yeah, I want to do another movie with them for sure.

After experimenting with documentary-scripted hybrid drama Mars, which finished airing its second season in December, the network is trying its hand at comedy with a series chronicling the 1990s tech bubble in Silicon Valley, as told through scripted drama as well as documentary interviews with some of the real-life founders.Zahn has definitely never seen anything like it — he rarely watches television, in fact, choosing instead to immerse himself in news and politics while at home with his family on his Kentucky farm.He does have a soft spot for documentaries, which he discussed with Rotten Tomatoes when we talked to him about what he’s watching on TV, why he should be credited for Game of Thrones’ success, and breaking the fourth wall in the innovative Valley of the Boom.What’s appointment viewing for you?(Photo by Comedy Central)I am the worst person that you would want to feature on a “What to Watch” list in the history of history. I have literally become my dad where my kids make fun of me about how much news I watch. That s what I watch, but I can t help it. It s so f king crazy right now. I feel like I m going to miss out.I just envy my kids when they can just sit and turn everything off and watch. I ll literally sit there and watch with my son — he watches South Park religiously, he s 18 — and that s kind of the only time I actually pause and laugh. We stand there for like a half hour eating Frosted Mini Wheats, laughing, and then I go back to being neurotic about the end of times.Well, what’s in your son’s streaming queue?[Calls to son] Henry, what are you watching? [To Rotten Tomatoes] Eh, he said, “Shut up.” You know what we re watching right now? We have screeners. I have to watch screeners, so we re in screenerland.What shows are on your DVR? Do you watch Game of Thrones or anything?(Photo by Netflix)Well, I m not in to the fantasy stuff. I m a documentary guy. I ll watch, you know, [they’re] coming out with a new one. Remember the murderer? What s it called? The big one, the guy in Wisconsin. Making a Murderer. I was working at the time and had to get up at 5:30 in the morning, and I remember watching that ‘til like 3:00 in the morning going, F k it. I ll get two and a half hours sleep and I ll go to work.’ I was obsessed. I get obsessed with stuff like that.[As for Game of Thrones], I was working with Pete Dinklage. I was doing a movie with him up in Spokane, Washington, and I knew Peter from theater in New York, and we were hanging out during that movie — like, inseparable. He was offered that while we were doing this movie. He was like, I don t know, should I do it? It s in Ireland. I m like, Yeah, man. You have to do it. What, are you kidding me? It s going to be great. So I want to take credit for it. [Laughs]What’s coming soon that you can’t wait for?(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)I haven t seen that BBC World War I documentary [They Shall Not Grow Old] that Peter Jackson did.(Photo by National Geographic/Bettina Strauss)Jean Bentley for Rotten Tomatoes: As a news junkie who likes documentaries, what do you think of the documentary-scripted hybrid of Valley of the Boom?Zahn: Obviously, I m totally into documentaries and I thought, Oh, this would be challenging and different. When you read it, it s great because with this format you re able to take a lot of fat out of a script and just get to the good stuff. That s what s really intriguing about it. I think if you did just a drama about the birth of the internet, I don t know how fascinating that would be, or at least for how long, I don t know. But six hours? I doubt it.It really frees us up. There were really no rules, and [creator] Matthew Carnahan was just brilliant with that. He really let us play. It turned in to one of my favorite jobs by far, aside from my putting on a fat suit and a wig. It was like doing a play. It was insane. I was on board at page 10 when it said he does an interpretive dance in the sanctuary of the church. I was like, Wow, what? This is insane. Your character is definitely an interesting guy. How did you channel him?I was so intrigued and so excited to be offered it, number one, but then the fear sets in. Then you go, Wow, how am I going to do this? It s not like a play where you get four weeks of rehearsal. It sucked. You have to just do it. Matthew was so encouraging and so great. He just said, Man, you ve just got to dive in — which is literally like doing a film. You do any character, it s, like, the beauty of it: You jump off a cliff into the fog and hope that there s water below. That s what you do. Day one of filming has got to be as consistent, as good, as the last day.It s frightening, especially with somebody so broad as this guy. So I was constantly trying to find ways of making him less broad, basically, and more accessible to people and vulnerable and all those things that makes characters great, nutty. This guy was so smart. He s so intelligent, he s so assertive, and his faith is everything. There were a lot of qualities I felt were admirable.Some of your costars’ real-life counterparts were interviewed for the documentary parts of the show, but not your character. Did you approach playing him differently because of that?It gave me a little more room, actually. I was happy about that. They tried to get him, but it didn t work out. But in the end I was happy that was the case because then you re not reminded of the real guy. It s really odd that my character is somewhat kind of a fictional guy and yet he s not just because of that. All I saw was one interview that he did with Chris Cuomo like in 98. It was just a very strange short interview, like 15 minutes, but that s really all I needed. I was really intrigued and blown away by this guy that I assumed was this kind of boisterous dude, larger than life, and then I saw this interview and he was this really kind of meek, soft-spoken, high-pitched guy. Very intelligent. I was like, Wow. This is the guy? (Photo by National Geographic/Bettina Strauss)Going back to the interpretive dance, you frequently break the fourth wall on this show. What was that like?That was really fun. It was so theatrical, you know? If you just in two sentences explain this to somebody without explaining how we did it, it sounds boring. I mean, a six-hour show about the birth of the Internet is not really that exciting unless you re, like, an IT guy. When we addressed the camera, it was just quick and it wasn t like we were just breaking the rules to break the rules, so it was appropriate to the story.And I don t know, I haven t seen anything like this. I guess American Animals is a similar kind of storytelling, which I love, and yet it s totally different from that in a way. That was more of a film to me than it was a documentary. This is truly kind of split in two, a documentary and a film.I m trying to think of other things — like Touching the Void. Have you ever seen Touching the Void? About the climbers. Damn, that s a good movie. You ve got to watch that. And that s a drama. That s explaining a mountain-climbing expedition that goes awry and it s phenomenal, but it s done in the same kind of way where they are basically reenactments of what they re saying — they re done with high-quality and good people. It s not like the History Channel — no offense to the History Channel, but some of those Civil War documentaries [where] you have overweight guys from Ohio reenacting Pickett s Charge, and it just doesn t work.Speaking of documentaries and climbing, have you seen Free Solo?Dude. It was phenomenal. I m a big Alex Honnold fan. I ve been a fan of his for a long time, and I d go on his website and find out where he was climbing and stuff. I actually went to a screening of Free Solo in New York and met him and I m so blown away by that guy. That documentary is insane.I m pushing that to everybody, by the way. I m like, You have to see this. It s insane. And Won t You Be My Neighbor. What a great documentary.Valley of the Boom airs Sundays at 9 p.m. on Nat Geo. 幻塔是一款玩法类似于原神的二次元冒险角色扮演手游,在各种不同未来世界中,玩家可以自由的探索,感受各种废土科幻的趣味体验。玩家在游戏中要收集各种物资进行生存战斗,技能和画面秉承完美世界一贯的高清画质,战斗技能特效很华丽,日系画风的唯美体现得淋漓尽致。目前处于测试状态,官方的回应是年内争取与大家见面。

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(Photo by Caitlin Cronenberg, © Entertainment One/courtesy Everett Collection)All Robert Pattinson Movies, Ranked By TomatometerRobert Pattinson on the Twilight series press circuits would occasionally mock the movies he was out there supposedly promoting, suggesting two things: (1) maybe this new on the scene IT boy was actually a genuine person, and (2) he had made enough money by New Moon to never work in this town again. Many young actors careers have been crushed under the weight of the very things that made them famous. And unemployment post-Twilight was a very real threat for Pattinson: Would he only be remembered as that pasty sparkling vegetarian vampire?As Twilight wound down, Pattinson threw himself before the arthouse gods, who guided him to challenging directors like David Cronenberg (Cosmopolis, Maps to the Stars), Anton Corbijn (Life), Werner Herzog (Queen of the Desert), and David Michôd (The Rover). And though none of those movies represented their respective director s best work, and in the case of Herzog it was actually his worst, they showcased Pattinson as a dedicated performer and, especially in dystopian western The Rover, a sometimes unpredictable and savage one.And then in 2017 he put out Good Time, just to show you sometimes all you need is that one movie to turn your image around. As with the Safdie brothers later Uncut Gems, Good Time assaults the senses while building a central emphatic and engaging character defined by constant frantic action. Pattinson came out as the indie hero of that year, and having James Gray s The Lost City of Z release around the same time didn t hurt, either. A strong 2019 continued that trend with Claire Denis High Life and Robert Eggers The Lighthouse.His latest film was Netflix thriller The Devil All the Time, opposite Tom Holland. And currently a dark night falls upon Pattinson s career as he takes on the mantle of Bruce Wayne in Matt Reeves The Batman, which is scheduled for an October 21, 2021 release. Before that swings into theaters, take a look at all Robert Pattinson movies, ranked by Tomatometer!

bob综合体育平台app HBO released the first full-length trailer for the eighth and final season of Game of Thrones on Tuesday. We ve learned a lot about the new season so far (read more here), but, in what s become something of a tradition for us, we re going to look now at every shot in the trailer to see what details we can pick up.Which moment made you squeal with joy? Or, do you think we missed something or got something wrong? Tell us about it in the comments!Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.1. Arya Stark (Maisie Williams) panting and covered in — blood? Wight guts? She s hiding and obviously afraid. If Arya s scared, you know we ll be clutching the sofa pillows when this moment rolls around.2. Arya runs. What could be chasing Arya through a castle? Is it Winterfell? Surely. She wouldn t have left the remainder of the Stark clan for any reason. Probably. In a lightened version of this video on Reddit, you can definitely see a pale figure lumbering wight-like after her in the darkened shadow.3. Ser Davos Seaworth (Liam Cunningham) looks grim on the ramparts of, this one presumes, Winterfell. This appears to be the only glimpse of Ser Davos in the trailer. Arya in voiceover says, I know death. Was that what she was running from?4. More Arya running.5. A back view of Arya running. (We warned you: shot-by-shot.) We lightened the image as much as possible, but this tells us nothing more; that said, the urgency of the music and the desperation of the character in these moments is a hugely effective tease.6. Varys (Conleth Hill) hiding with women and children in the Winterfell crypt. How do we know it is the Winterfell crypt? This image shows a stone effigy of a man with a sword and a direwolf — we guessed that it was Robb Stark, who was murdered at the Red Wedding. The last we saw of his corporeal self, he was being paraded in front of the Twins with the head of his direwolf, Grey Wind, replacing his own. Reader Rit Umm says in the comments below that it s the statue of Rickard Stark, Ned s father who was burned by the Mad King, and that the statue was seen in season 1 — looking back at the premiere, you can see the statue Rit means in the crypt scene between Robert Baratheon and Ned when they go to visit Lyanna s tomb. Arya in voiceover says, He s got many faces. Why we get a close-up of Varys while she says that is ominous, but seemingly insignificant other than the fear Varys apparently has in this moment. A coworker later points out Gilly and Little Sam over there under Robb. (Thanks, CK!)7. So in these shots of Arya running, we keep looking behind her (in the original version) to see what she s running from, but we see nothing so far: windows, wall sconces burning, here a spot of light, but it looks like just another window. The running is effective, however; the pit in this one s stomach grows with every cut to Arya panting. In the lightened video, however, you can see at least two figures chasing her.8. Arya says, I look forward to seeing this one. The face of the Night King, she must mean. She holds up a spear. Is it dragonglass? We lightened up the image to see more clearly and it seems to have the notches of roughly hewn glass. The question that arises is: Who could she be speaking to? If she s got a dragonglass spear and is being somewhat honest about who she has become, it may be her half-brother Jon Snow (but really cousin Aegon Targaryen).9. April 14! Yaaaassss!10. No shot yet has captured the often-promised cinematic quality of the season quite like this one of Euron s Theon s ships. (Eagle-eyed readers noted the differences in the Greyjoy sigil between this shot and the next — thank you!)11. Cersei revealed to Jaime in the season 7 finale that Euron had not actually abandoned their cause. The king of the Iron Islands had actually staged his theatrical departure to hide his true intent: to cross the Narrow Sea to Essos and pick up the Golden Company to fight her cause against the North and Daenerys. This is our first look at the sell-swords. They are sailing for Westeros, but who is that at their head? New character alert! Back in October 2017, WatchersontheWall.com noted the casting of German actor Marc Rissmann in the role of Harry Strickland, the leader of the Golden Company according to George R.R. Martin s A Song of Ice and Fire series of novels upon which the show is based. (Rissman s agency now lists various, however, rather than the character name on Rissmann s credits.) So the not Jaime guy on the boat is likely new guy Harry. (Can you see Euron in this image? Reader PegasaurusRex notes in the comments below that you can. We looked at the moment in full screen and frame-by-frame, and while there s someone who looks like Euron helping to move cargo/supplies in the lower left of the frame, the face is still a bit fuzzy and this one feels like Euron wouldn t be doing that. What do you think?)12. Bran speaks in voiceover as the image of the Golden Company dissolves to black: Everything you did brought you where you are now Acting Lord Commander of the Night s Watch Edd Tollett, Brienne s boyfriend Tormund Giantsbane and Beric Dondarrion and his flaming sword emerge. Here we cheer, because this is first confirmation that Tormund and Beric survived the fall of the Wall. We knew they would, but we feel a sense of relief nonetheless. Now, where are they? Best guess is perhaps one of the abandoned castles along the Wall. Edd had been at Castle Black, so Beric and Tormund could have run to Castle Black to sound the alarm that walking dead have breached the Wall and are headed south. But those surroundings don t look like Castle Black, the buildings of which tend to be low with squat doorways. In the books, there are 19 castles, the oldest and largest of which is abandoned castle Nightfort, which includes the Black Gate, a secret way through the Wall sealed by a magical weirwood door that only opens to a sworn brother of the Night s Watch. (Read more at A Wiki of Ice and Fire.) But if they re trying to cross through the Black Gate, they re going the wrong way. In any case 13. Three-Eyed Raven/Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead Wright) and Samwell Tarly (John Bradley) appear to be exactly where we left them in the season 7 finale: having a chat. What is very notable, however, is Sam s frosty breath when he exhales.14. The Red Keep at King s Landing has never looked quite so red as now. Bran continues, where you belong 15. Cut to: The Mountain, Cersei, and Qyburn (Anton Lesser). Cersei looks like she s got mischief on her mind, and, for once, Qyburn looks a little concerned about that.16. The residents of Winter Town line the road to watch the Unsullied march toward the castle. Bran says, home. 17. Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) and Jon Snow (Kit Harington) ride behind the Unsullied toward Winterfell.18. Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) sees live dragons for the first time. She may have seen the skulls of dragons while at King s Landing, though it s doubtful prissy young Lady Sansa would have braved the Red Keep s musty cellars (as Arya did) to see bones.19. Drogon and Rhaegal fly over Winterfell, preparing to meet up with their wight-dragon brother, Viserion. Jon in voiceover says, They re coming. 20a. Whoops, missed a shot! (So embarrassing.) Danaerys approaches Jon in the Winterfell crypt. Now that we know where they are 20b. Daenerys and Jon share a moment in the Winterfell crypt. He s probably gotten the news that she s his aunt, and she s probably about to tell him that Targaryens have married Targaryens for generations, and he s likely to note that her dad was batsh crazy. Jon in voiceover says, Our enemy doesn t tire 21. This looks like the work of a master smith. And piles and piles of dragonglass (the lightened video shows). Guy walking in the back? That s 22. Gendry! One of our staff members said, so gendry kinda neville longbottomed, and we all laughed heartily – at least, we traded a flurry of cackling emojis in a group chat. (Yes, we re nerds.) Jon s voiceover continues, doesn t stop 23. And there s Jorah Mormont (Iain Glen). We knew that it was cold while filming season 8, but look at that horse breath! Reader xifar250 notes the Dothraki in this scene. You can see them clearly in the lightened version of this video. In a Winteriscoming.net post, David Harris notes that Jorah is carrying Heartsbane! That s the Tarly family Valyrian steel sword — Sam s inheritance that he took (a bit prematurely) from his father when he, Gilly, and Little Sam left for the Citadel in Oldtown. As Harris says, it makes sense that Sam would gift/loan the weapon to such a talented swordsman, who will make much better use of it.24. Missandei (Nathalie Emmanuel) and Grey Worm (Jacob Anderson) ride in. Grey Worm breath! Jon s voiceover comes in: doesn t feel 25. Speaking of feel, rrrrawr.26. In another not Jaime moment, who is this Winterfell warrior? One particularly insistent social team member says it s Brienne of Tarth (Gwendoline Christie), so we ll go with that. Assuming that it is Winterfell 27. Here s Jaime Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau), surrounded by fire and smoke and obviously in distress. Again, it s difficult to say for certain in these quick glimpses where the moment is taking place, but we can be certain that Jaime is in the fight. He yells something. This one heard Pod. The insistent social team member says that s not what he said. (Tell us in the comments what you think he yells.) OK then, moving on 28. Fire pillars are a hot design addition to the Iron Throne room. It makes sense that we hadn t previously seen this particular feature before, but that we would now that winter has come. Zooming in on Cersei and her posse — the Mountain on the left and Qyburn on the right — it looks like it could be the Golden Company leader Harry Strickland there in front of her, but who s that robed figure off to the right side of him? Tycho Nestoris (Mark Gatiss) repping the Iron Bank of Braavos perhaps? Reader xifar250 says in the comments that the figure is Euron, which would also make sense. An ankle-skimming coat would make sense for the weather.29. Cersei s eyes water as she drinks a glass of wine. Probably just heard that Jaime left for good. Girl, wine is fine, but liquor s quicker. (This one was kind of a joke, but, in the comments below, one reader makes a very compelling argument that the wine consumption is evidence of a miscarriage. Thank you for the insight, David M Martin!)30. Drogon and Rhaegal fly over the frozen North. We re beginning to think they re having a good time.31. Where s this? Are they visiting the Eyrie now? A grand tour of Westeros dragon style? (We think we ve found a new VR experience that needs to exist.)32. So this moment is less about Arya standing awestruck and staring at the skies, as it is about the people around her panicking and staring at the skies. Our bet is that they ve all just seen dragons for the first time. Jaime s voice comes in over the moment: I promised to 33. Grey Worm and the Unsullied saddle up. Jaime continues, fight for the living 34. Jon Snow in front of the Stark family s weirwood tree in the Godswood of Winterfell. Unmistakable.35. The Hound (Rory McCann). Probably prepping for Cleganebowl! Jaime continues, and I 36. Jaime speaks: intend to keep that promise. 37. We learned from the last time we did this shot-by-shot trailer exercise not to guess what vague weapons in hands were or meant or else this just turns into 20 minutes of guess the cuff and we d still be wrong.38. Now Jon is running. All of these scenes are so dark. It s no wonder that the dragon s look like they re having a good time — they re the only ones who see sunlight in this trailer.39. And the soldiers are running. (This moment looks suspiciously like a retreat.)40. And the horses are running. This one notes a pattern 41. The Targaryens approach Drogon and Rhaegal (who ve apparently recently eaten). Jon s going to be a dragon rider!42. So Wiki of Ice and Fire notes that some in the histories have said that Drogon is Balerion the Black Dread reincarnated. Don t know about that, but look how massive that dragon is now! Rhaegal looks like a Schnauzer next to him.43. Finally, more Sansa. She s not really doing anything and not wearing anything particularly notable. Moving on 44. This is a difficult moment to get a clear shot of. It s clearly Arya, and she s twirling a staff or a spear. We re going to go with spear since the dragonglass arrowhead will be important in this fight.45. Another angle on Arya in the fight. She serves a nice uppercut in this moment. (Yes, those shadows appear to be figures — wights most likely — pulling themselves over the wall.)46. Daenerys looks like she s got morning sickness. That would be really quick work by Jon. (It could also be a severe sense of dread, Jon has told her that he won t continue in an incestuous relationship, or she s been informed that she s technically not next in line for the Iron Throne.)47.  Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage) finally. It took 47 shots to get here, and he looks very much the same as last season: gazing longingly into the skies. He must be looking at dragons because there s sunlight in this scene. We re heartened to see that he still has his Hand of the Queen pin on.48. In your face! There s no fire like dragonfire!49. The Unsullied hold in formation. In the lightened version of the video, you can clearly see trebuchets in the background.50. Looks like Brienne and Podrick head up the Northern coalition. Lightening the image later revealed that these are the Knights of the Vale behind Brienne and Pod — warriors of the East! And we can t help but think of the immortal words of Oda Mae Brown, Brienne, you in danger, girl. 51. Jorah Mormont again. Hopefully, he s ordered little she-bear Lyanna Mormont (Bella Ramsey) back to Bear Island to live a long, happy life away from the wights who can t swim. She probably won t go, but this one likes to think he d insist.52. Nice editing. This is, hooves down, the scariest moment in the trailer. The Night King A White Walker/someone has arrived on a wight steed. Gah! (Jackytreehornn makes the astute observation in our comments that the Night King is likely still riding Viserion. Of course! Thank you, jackytreehornn!)53. And this is the saddest.What We Didn t SeeAlmost as important as what is in front of our faces is what is absent. If we missed any of the following in the trailer, we re confident you ll tell us in the comments:The Dothraki — did they all stay behind to guard Dragonstone?Euron Greyjoy (Pilou Asbæk) — we see the ship, but not their captain (see notes on shots No. 11 and 28)Despite the likelihood that No. 10 is of the Greyjoy siblings  ships, we don t actually see Theon Greyjoy (Alfie Allen), who is off looking for his sister Yara (Gemma Whelan), imprisoned by EuronGilly (Hannah Murray) (See note in No. 6 above.)Archmaester Ebrose (Jim Broadbent) and the CitadelEllaria Sand (Indira Varma) and her rotting daughter, Tyene (Rosabell Laurenti Sellers)Edmure Tully (Tobias Menzies) — the man is either head of the Frey clan now or a bed slave to all of the Frey women Arya left aliveDaario Naharis (Michiel Huisman)Jaqen H ghar (Tom Wlaschiha)Meera Reed (Ellie Kendric

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