With WandaVision revealing just how expansive and stylish Marvel Studios’ series on Disney+ can be and with The Falcon an We know the first episode will revolve around Geralt and Ciri’s journey to the Witcher fortress. And from clips unveiled during the September Tudum event, it’s clear the pair will spend at least one night as Nivellen’s keep before they arrive at Kaer Morhen.On a more macro level, the Northern Kings will have either won the war against Nilfgaard or remained in a saber-rattling stance after witnessing the Battle of Sodden Hill from afar. Considering a second war with Nilfgaard breaks out in the narrative of the novels, we expect the television show may just turn the two conflicts into one – a war they can actually dramatize (budget permitting) as Ciri continues her training.(Photo by The Witcher season 2 - Netflix)Meanwhile, the trailer released at the end of WitcherCon seemingly resolved Yennefer’s disappearance. Nevertheless, her next move will no doubt inform the tensions outside Kaer Morhen. For one thing: the Brotherhood is still up for grabs, even if there is considerable support of Nilfgaard at this point. But Yennefer may not rejoin that conflict at first. She’s captured [and] she has to survive being a prison of war, Chalotra teased during the TCA event.Hissrich also added Yennefer’s journey is one of self-exploration. It was a note Chalotra agreed with. The choices she makes in Season 2 will resonate with people a lot more, she said. She makes some unlikely alliances and it changes her way of thinking. It really changes her. It remains to be seen, though, how much material The Witcher plans to cover in its second season. Considering the first year covered many of the short stories and Ciri’s recollections of life on the run following the Nilfgaard attack, we can safely assume Season 2 will follow the shape of Blood of Elves — the new additions to the cast almost guarantee it.Read Also: The Witcher Showrunner Tells Us How To Build a Monster SeriesThen again, events from the stories and novels have already been remixed and there is no guarantee we ll see all of Ciri s time at Kaer Morhen or the Temple School before season 2 concludes.But no matter what map the series follows in its second year, one theme has been virtually guaranteed by Hissirch — the waning of monsters. As in the novels, fantastical creatures are becoming rarer as the Continent (a loosely European realm) marches closer to modernity. The disappearance of monsters also means Witchers are becoming fewer in number. And while referenced in passing during the first season, this change in the world will be addressed in the upcoming episodes.Who Will Direct Season 2 of The Witcher?(Photo by Katalin Vermes/Netflix)As with season 1, the second year will consist of eight episodes — the seeming new standard for genre shows on streaming services. Directors include Umbrella Academy’s Stephen Surjik, Cursed’s Sarah O’Gorman, The Last Kindgom’s Ed Bazalgette, and Meet the Patel’s Geeta Patel. Hissrich remains the program’s showrunner and executive producer.During WitcherCon, Netflix provided most of the episode names. Only the final title was held back, but the others suggest the timelines may be more or less aligned throughout the season.Episode 1: “A Grain of Truth”Episode 2: “Kaer Morhen”Episode 3: “What Is Lost”Episode 4: “Redanian Intelligence”Episode 5: “Turn Your Back”Episode 6: “Dear Friend”Episode 7: “Voleth Meir”Episode 8: “????”Some of the titles, like A Grain of Truth Kaer Morhen and Redanian Intelligence are quite evocative for Witcher fans, while What Is Lost and Turn Your Back offer fewer clues in terms of plot. Splitting the difference, Dear Friend appears to be a pointed reference to Yennefer s sarcastic use of the term following Geralt s own use of it while writing a letter asking for her help training Ciri. Voleth Meir apparently refers to a new character who will reportedly play a big role in Ciri s ongoing story. And the name of the finale? Feel free to guess.When Does Season 2 of The Witcher Premiere on Netflix?(Photo by Netflix)The long wait is nearly over. The Witcher returns December 17 on Netflix. It will feature more monsters, more intrigue, and more songs. But, according to Cavill, it will not have another bath scene like the one pictured above. He teased the season will have more manflesh on display, though.What About Season 3?During its TUDUM even on September 25, 2021, Netflix announced the program will continue for a third season. Lost’s Javier Grillo-Marxuach took to Twitter the same day to reveal he will join the program as a producer and writer for the third year. Hopefully, that season will arrive a little bit quicker than Season 2.THERE’S A THIRD SEASON OF THE WITCHER AND THANK GOD SINCE I AM ONE OF THE NEW ADDITIONS TO THE WRITING STAFF! https://t.co/XjsfPQuEkc javier grillo-marxuach (@OKBJGM) September 25, 2021Season 2 of The Witcher premieres on Netflix on December 17, 2021.
(Photo by The CW)Comic book television had another stellar year in 2018, with shows like Chilling Adventures of Sabrina joining returning programs like Arrow, Preacher, and the since-cancelled Marvel shows on Netflix. The sudden departures of Daredevil, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist also marked a time of change as The Walking Dead’s lead actor said goodbye (sort of) and cable outlets and streaming services scooped up Deadly Class, The Umbrella Academy, and The Boys for a 2019 filled with shows not based on Marvel or DC superheroes. Granted, the DC Universe streaming service will make sure plenty of new superheroes make their way to TV in the coming year.But before the new year arrives, let’s look back at some of our favorite moments in comic book television in 2018.WARNING: Spoilers ahead.The Walking Dead s Rick Grimes Blows Up His Alexandra BridgePerhaps more memorable for the the publicity around it, Rick’s (Andrew Lincoln) decision to blow up the bridge he spent most of his time in The Walking Dead’s ninth season was a defining moment for the character and the series as a whole. For Rick, it was the ultimate act of sacrifice in order to save everyone he loved. And consider the time-jump after the explosion, he definitely experienced a thematic death if not the true death AMC teased when it decided to let fans known Lincoln was leaving the show.Someday, Rick’s decision will be remembered for its impact on the story, but in 2018, the scene was more about Lincoln’s departure and AMC’s announcement that both he and Rick would return in a Walking Dead spinoff TV movie. Making the scene and the announcement interlinked was the decision to reveal Rick’s new status on Talking Dead immediately after Lincoln’s final episode aired. Some viewers were left feeling like a bait-and-switch had occurred, but it indicated the network’s ambition for the world of Walkers, survivors and even Rick himself.It is nonetheless a rare sort of media circus for a television show based on a comic book and, therefore, memorable.Riverdale s Second Black Hood Reveal(Photo by The CW)When the Black Hood was first unmasked as Riverdale High School janitor Joseph Svenson (Cameron McDonald) in season 2, episode 9, it thudded across the screen. The character was only introduced two episodes prior and, as star K.J. Apa pointed out when we visited the Riverdale set in November, Svenson s eyes were not the color he saw when the Black Hood began his spree at Pop s Chock lit Shoppe. And though showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa promised the show was moving on to a new mystery, the apparent solution to the Black Hood case never felt right.And, of course, it wasn t. After a month or two of dormancy, the Black Hood reappeared during the school s production of Carrie: The Musical, killing Midge Klump (Emilija Baranac) and stringing up her body on the set as a calling card. The chase for him resumed as the tensions between the Ghoulies and the Serpents reached the breaking point. And then, in Chapter Thirty-Four: Judgment Night that aired in May, Betty (Lili Reinhart) went home to discover the Black Hood was her own father Hal Cooper (Lochlyn Munro).The scene, in which Hal forces Alice (Madchen Amick) and Betty to watch a home movie of his mother teaching him about the corruption of the world, tied everything together. Becoming an avenging angel ran in the family. Setting up a patsy also seemed to be a tradition among the Coopers, as Hal revealed that he convinced Svenson to take the fall as the Black Hood. Considering Hal s ties to the Blossom clan, this turn of events also felt thematically consistent.His plan to finish off his own family failed, leaving Hal in a Silence of the Lambs–style jail cell. But the revelation of the Black Hood also left a profound effect on Betty, especially when Hal claimed she contained the same darkness. After all, she handed the phony Chic (Hart Denton) over to him to be disposed of a few episodes earlier and then there s also Dark Betty to consider. As it happens, we ve yet to see Dark Betty in season 3. Or Hal for that matter. Maybe he will impart some key lesson to help his daughter before the current season ends.That Titans Stinger SceneIf you haven’t watched all of DC Universe’s Titans, we suggest getting through the end credits of episode 11 to see what is arguably the most surprising and compelling stinger scene this year. With Dick Grayson (Brenton Thwaites) still in the thrall of Trigon (Seamus Dever), the season ends on a dark note. But it almost immediately offers hope in the form of a disquiet Cadmus lab and a muscular young man with Superman’s S-Shield tattooed on his shoulder. It is clear he has escaped from his containment cell and that he’s taking a dog with him.Fans of the DC Comics characters will recognize the scene from the first appearance of the Superboy introduced after the 1992 “Death of Superman” storyline. In subsequent years, he came to be known as Connor Kent and served a long tenure in the Young Justice team and with a new generation of the Teen Titans. He subsequently disappeared from DC continuity during a legal battle with the family of Superboy creator Jerry Siegel. But when the dust settled, his absence became a major plot point of the Titans comic book.To see him suddenly appear in the Titans television show was a genuine shock. The program kept the characters powers more contained despite references to both Wonder Woman and Superman sprinkled throughout its first season. Also, Connor is not a mainstream character despite his role on the Young Justice animated series. But perhaps more crucially, he is not a member of the team Titans centers on. Nonetheless, it proved to be a magical moment suggesting Titans second season will branch out in new, startling directions. Well, once Dick frees himself from Trigon, of course.Daredevil’s Prison RiotIn a season filled with incredible moments, Daredevil’s third season prison riot will likely stand as the hallway fight subsequent Marvel shows will have to beat. Granted, only the remaining seasons of Jessica Jones and The Punisher will have that chance. Starting with Matt Murdoch (Charlie Cox) completely off his footing, the sequence opens as the sloppiest of hallway fights. Even the orderlies — hired goons on Wilson Fisk’s (Vincent D’Onofrio) payroll — seem ill-equipped for the challenge. The humor subsides once Matt finds his way to the Albanian crime lord Fisk put behind bars.Here, in a brief moment of dialogue, Matt learns Fisk arranged to have himself shivved so his appeal to the FBI would seem more convincing. Following this revelation, Matt and one of the Albanians make their way through a complete prison riot, dodging inmates and guards as Matt tries to reach the outer gate and the cab which has been patiently waiting for him the whole time. Though constructed in several pieces, the finished sequence appears to be a single 12-minute take with no cutaways. It illustrates the confidence the show found in its third year; which also informs the subsequent Matt/Dex fight in Episode 6 and the way Fisk learns about Dex (Wilson Bethel) while sitting in his hotel suite. It was, in short, the hallway fight perfected.Which makes it all the sadder that Daredevil will never have the chance to top it.‘Beebo Wants Cuddles’When Cuddle Me Beebo was introduced in a 2017 episode of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, it seemed so unlikely that the parody of must-have holiday toys like Tickle Me Elmo, Furby, and Teddy Ruxpin would become a recurring element of the show’s mythology. But by May 2018, Legends had such confidence that it could use Beebo as the resolution of its season-long plot.Throughout the year, the Legends were tasked with obtaining a series of magical totems in order to keep the demon Mallus (John Noble) from returning to conventional time and space. But obtaining the totems would not be enough. As each selected a bearer — Mick Rory (Dominic Purcell) received the Fire Totem, while the Death Totem chose Sara Lance (Caity Lotz) — it became more and more obvious that the often cantankerous Legends would have to work in concert to fight Mallus. After trying time and again to become something like the Voltron force, the group finally realized they could only defeat Mallus with a symbol of purity and joy, conjuring a giant version of the Beebo toy to use some mad kung-fu moves on the demon.The scene is just absolute madness and the least likely thing a viewer would expect to see on broadcast television: an ersatz Muppet fighting a CGI demon. To watch it out of context has nearly the same effect in context; it is absolutely cheesy, but Legends lost its fear of corny, silly images long ago.But then again, comics can and will be cheesy. Sometimes that’s the charm, and Legends brilliantly captured the thrill of seeing something completely silly paying off a long-teased conflict. And in a TV landscape full of serious images, a goofy thing winning the day is an admirable choice.Of course, these are just a handful of moments from a year more stuffed with comic book-based content than ever before. And as the will to bring these ideas from the page to screen gains more and more confidence, we expect 2019 to have even more amazing moments.Tell us about your favorite Comics-on-TV moment in the comments.亚博网址链接从另一种角度来讲，LOL手游也是一种信仰，并且KS主播LOL手游大白兔对于游戏本身也充满了信心。他表示，端游拥有特别多的英雄，每一个英雄都特立独行，可玩性非常高。而12月份的这次更新，也会让LOL手游的英雄池，直接上升到百位，到时候大家打排位也就有更大的选择空间了，相信会吸引更多网友入坑。
What the 91st Academy Awards lacked in hosts, it certainly made up for in surprises – at least at the tail-end of the night. (Yes, your ears and eyes were working: that was Julia Roberts naming Green Book as Best Picture and not Roma.) It was also a night for history to be made, with the likes of Spike Lee winning his first Oscar, and Ruth E. Carter and Hannah Beachler becoming the first African Americans to win awards for Costume and Production Design, respectively. Read on for our picks of the night s biggest moments, and check out our full list of the 2019 Oscar winners.Adam Lambert and Queen Open the Show(Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody may be lowest on the Tomatometer among the Best Picture nominees, but the band was top of the night. Joined by Adam Lambert, Queen opened the show performing “We Will Rock You” and then “We Are the Champions,” forcing all actors caught on camera to rock out enthusiastically/awkwardly (Javier Bardem for the win).Fey, Rudolph, Poehler Show they Would Have Made the Perfect HostsSome viewers got their hopes up that perhaps we would get hosts after all when Tina Fey, Maya Rudolph, and Amy Poehler entered the stage following a montage of moments from the year in film. And while they did not stick around to guide us through the night, their introduction to the Best Supporting Actress showed the Academy might be wise to let them next year. Particular highlights: Rudolph’s sultry “Wakanda plans you got later?” to Chadwick Boseman, and her perfect Gaga wail.Regina King Wins Best Supporting Actress for If Beale Street Could Talk (2018) 95%If Beale Street Could Talk co-star Regina King was named Best Supporting Actress, and – after an assist getting to the stage from Captain American himself – delivered a heartfelt speech, celebrating her mother, who accompanied her to the awards. “I’m an example of what it looks like when support and love is poured into someone,” said a teary King. She is the first winner in any acting category to win the Oscar without being nominated for a SAG or BAFTA since Marcia Gay Harden in 2000.Brian Tyree Henry and Melissa McCarthy Wear All the CostumesBrian Tyree Henry (If Beale Street Could Talk, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse) and Melissa McCarthy (Can You Ever Forgive Me?) introduced the Best Costume Category wearing outfits inspired by all five nominees. We will never forget the image of McCarthy opening the envelope with a rabbit puppet.Ruth E. Carter and Hannah Beachler Make History With Wins for Black Panther (2018) 96%Black Panther costumer Ruth E. Carter became the first Black woman to win an Oscar for Best Costume Design, beating out favorite Sandy Powell who was nominated twice for Mary Poppins Returns and The Favourite. The 30-year veteran began her acceptance speech by thanking fellow nominee Spike Lee; the BlacKkKlansman director gave Carter her first job on School Daze, and they later collaborated for her Oscar-nominated work on Malcolm X. Next up was the award for Best Production Design, and in back-to-back historic Black Panther wins, Hannah Beachler became the first Black woman to win for Production Design. The production designer behind Beyonce’s Lemonade and all of director Ryan Coogler’s movies gave an emotional speech during which she thanked Coogler for believing in her.Mahershala Ali Wins Second Best Supporting Actor Oscar for Green Book (2018) 77%Some pundits thought Can You Ever Forgive Me? co-star Richard E. Grant was set to cause an upset here, but favorite Mahershala Ali took home the prize for his portrayal of pianist Don Shirley. The win makes Ali only the second ever Black actor to win two acting Oscars (the other being Denzel Washington). Ali dedicated his award to his grandmother, “who has been in my ear my entire life telling me, if at first I don’t succeed, try, try again.”Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper Generate Jackson-Ally Magic with “Shallow”(Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)They didn’t even need an intro… The Best Song favorites performed the final song of the night, semi-recreating A Star Is Born’s memorable concert scene: camera lingering behind them, epic build, that wail. “Shallow” – of course – went on to win Best Song.Spike Lee – Finally – Wins His First OscarBOOM-SHAKA-LACKA! Spike Lee won his first competitive Oscar after five nominations. (He was awarded an honorary Oscar in 2016). Accepting the Best Adapted Screenplay award for BlacKkKlansman – along with Kevin Willmott, David Rabinowitz, and Charlie Wachtel – the Brooklyn native stayed on brand: bombastic and honest. During his speech, he drew attention to the date of his historic win, 400 years almost to the day since the first slaves arrived in the United States. In February, Black History Month, the country s most celebrated Black filmmaker was handed the award from Brie Larson and his longtime friend Samuel L. Jackson. It is the third year in a row that a Black writer has won for screenwriting: Jordan Peele won Best Original Screenplay for Get Out last year and Barry Jenkins won Best Adapted Screenplay in 2017 for Moonlight.A Best Actress Mega SurpriseThe Oscars proved it still has the capacity to surprise, saving one of the biggest shocks of the night to almost the very end: The Favourite star Olivia Colman upset favorite Glenn Close in the Best Actress category. Less of a shock: Colman gave arguably the best and funniest speech of the night, opening with “It’s genuinely quite stressful” and ending by simply exclaiming, “Lady Gaga!”Alfonso Cuarón Continues Hot Streak for Mexican DirectorsAlfonso Cuarón’s win for Best Director means that Mexican directors have won the category five times since 2014: Alejandro González Iñárritu for Birdman and The Revenant, Guillermo del Toro for The Shape of Water, and Cuarón for Gravity and, now, Roma.Green Book (2018) 77% Beats Out Favorite Roma to Win Best PictureIf the Best Actress win was one of the biggest wins of the night, it’s closest competition was in the Best Picture category, where Green Book won ahead of favorite Roma. Some pundits had a feeling this could happen, particularly given the Oscars’ preferential voting system, but it was inconceivable to others that any film could stand in the way of Cuarón s masterpiece. Netflix will have to wait another year, at least, before it can take the top honor.Thumbnail image courtesy Kevin Winter/Getty ImagesWhat were your biggest highlights of the night? Tell us in the comments.
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OUTSTANDING CASTING FOR A COMEDY SERIES: Fleabag (Amazon Prime Video)Olivia Scott-Webb, Casting byAll3Media International Limited and Amazon StudiosOUTSTANDING CASTING FOR A LIMITED SERIES, MOVIE OR SPECIAL: When They See Us (Netflix)Aisha Coley, CSA, Casting byBilly Hopkins, Location CastingAshley Ingram, Location CastingParticipant Media, Tribeca Productions, Harpo Films, Array FilmworksOUTSTANDING CASTING FOR A DRAMA SERIES: Game of Thrones (HBO)Nina Gold, Casting byRobert Sterne, Casting byCarla St ronge, Location CastingHBO Entertainment in association with Bighead, Littlehead; 360 Television/Startling TelevisionOUTSTANDING SOUND MIXING FOR A LIMITED SERIES OR MOVIE: Chernobyl, 1:23:45 (HBO)Stuart Hilliker, Re-Recording MixerVincent Piponnier, Production MixerHBO Miniseries and SKY in association with Word Games, The Mighty Mint and Sister PicturesOUTSTANDING MAKEUP FOR A LIMITED SERIES OR MOVIE (NON-PROSTHETIC): Fosse/Verdon (FX)Debbie Zoller, Department Head Makeup ArtistBlair Aycock, Co-Department Head Makeup ArtistDave Presto, Key Makeup ArtistSherri Berman Laurence, Makeup ArtistNicky Pattison Illum, Makeup ArtistJackie Risotto, Personal Makeup ArtistFox 21 Television Studios and FX ProductionsOUTSTANDING HAIRSTYLING FOR A LIMITED SERIES OR MOVIE: Fosse/Verdon (FX)Christopher Fulton, Department Head HairstylistChristen Edwards, Key HairstylistNicole Bridgeford, Personal HairstylistChristine Cant rell, HairstylistStanley Tines, HairstylistCharlene Belmond, Additional HairstylistFox 21 Television Studios and FX Productions(Photo by HBO)OUTSTANDING CINEMATOGRAPHY FOR A LIMITED SERIES OR MOVIE: Chernobyl, Please Remain Calm (HBO)Jakob Ihre, FSF, Director of PhotographyHBO Miniseries and SKY in association with Word Games, The Mighty Mint and Sister PicturesOUTSTANDING COMMERCIAL: Dream Crazy (Nike)Wieden+Kennedy, Ad AgencyPark Pictures, Production CompanyOUTSTANDING SHORT FORM COMEDY OR DRAMA SERIES: State of the Union (SundanceTV)Nick Hornby, Executive ProducerStephen Frears, Executive ProducerJamie Laurenson, Executive ProducerHakan Kousetta, Executive ProducerIain Canning, Executive ProducerEmile Sherman, Executive ProducerSundanceTV in co-production with See-Saw FilmsOUTSTANDING ACTOR IN A SHORT FORM COMEDY OR DRAMA SERIES: Chris O Dowd as Tom in State of the Union (Sundance TV)OUTSTANDING ACTRESS IN A SHORT FORM COMEDY OR DRAMA SERIES: Rosamund Pike as Louise in State of the Union (Sundance TV)OUTSTANDING SINGLE-CAMERA PICTURE EDITING FOR A COMEDY SERIES: Fleabag, Episode 1 (Prime Video)Gary Dollner, ACE, EditorAll3Media International Limited and Amazon Studios(Photo by Amazon Prime Video)OUTSTANDING MULTI-CAMERA PICTURE EDITING FOR A COMEDY SERIES: One Day at a Time, The Funeral (Netflix)Pat Barnett, ACE, EditorSony Pictures TelevisionOUTSTANDING CINEMATOGRAPHY FOR A MULTI-CAMERA SERIES: The Ranch, Reckless (Netflix)Donald A. Morgan, ASC, Director of PhotographyRanch Hand ProductionsOUTSTANDING PERIOD COSTUMES: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, We re Going to the Catskills! (Amazon Prime Video)Donna Zakowska, Costume DesignerMarina Reti, Assistant Costume DesignerTim McKelvey, Costume SupervisorAmazon StudiosOUTSTANDING PROSTHETIC MAKEUP FOR A SERIES, LIMITED SERIES, MOVIE ORSPECIAL: Star Trek: Discovery, If Memory Serves (CBS All Access)Glenn Het rick, Special Makeup Effects Department HeadJames Mackinnon, Special Makeup Effects Department HeadHugo Villasenor, Special Makeup Effects ArtistRocky Faulkner, Special Makeup Effects ArtistChris Bridges, Special Makeup Effects ArtistNicola Bendrey, Special Makeup Effects ArtistMike O Brien, Prosthetic DesignerNeville Page, Prosthetic DesignerCBS Television Studios / Secret Hideout / Roddenberry EntertainmentOUTSTANDING SPECIAL VISUAL EFFECTS: Game of Thrones, The Bells (HBO)Joe Bauer, Lead Visual Effects SupervisorSteve Kullback, Lead Visual Effects ProducerAdam Chazen, Visual Effects Associate ProducerSam Conway, Special Effects SupervisorMohsen Mousavi, Visual Effects SupervisorMartin Hill, Visual Effects SupervisorTed Rae, Visual Effects Plate SupervisorPat rick Tiberius Gehlen, Previs LeadThomas Schelesny, Visual Effects and Animation SupervisorHBO Entertainment in association with Bighead, Littlehead; 360 Television/Startling TelevisionOUTSTANDING SPECIAL VISUAL EFFECTS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE: Chernobyl, 1:23:45 (HBO)Lindsay McFarlane, Overall VFX ProducerMax Dennison, Overall VFX Supervisor: DNEGClaudius Christian Rauch, SFX SupervisorClare Cheetham, VFX Producer: DNEGLaura Bethencourt Montes, VFX Line Producer: DNEGSteven Godfrey, CG Supervisor: DNEGLuke Letkey, 2D Supervisor: DNEGChristian Waite, FX Supervisor: DNEGWilliam Foulser, Environments Supervisor: DNEGHBO Miniseries and SKY in association with Word Games, The Mighty Mint and Sister PicturesOUTSTANDING ORIGINAL MAIN TITLE THEME MUSIC: Succession (HBO)Nicholas Britell, Theme byHBO Entertainment in association with Project Zeus and Gary Sanchez ProductionsOUTSTANDING MAIN TITLE DESIGN: Game of Thrones (HBO)Angus Wall, Creative DirectorKirk H. Shintani, Art DirectorShahana Khan, Lead CompositorIan Ruhfass, 3D LeadRustam Hasanov, Lead Conceptual DesignerHBO Entertainment in association with Bighead, Littlehead; 360 Television/Startling TelevisionOUTSTANDING MUSIC COMPOSITION FOR A SERIES (ORIGINAL DRAMATIC SCORE): Game of Thrones, The Long Night (HBO)Ramin Djawadi, Music byHBO Entertainment in association with Bighead, Littlehead; 360 Television/Startling TelevisionOUTSTANDING MUSIC COMPOSITION FOR A LIMITED SERIES, MOVIE OR SPECIAL: ChernobylHildur Guðnadóttir, Music byHBO/HBO Miniseries and SKY in association with Word Games, The Mighty Mint and Sister PicturesOUTSTANDING STUNT COORDINATION FOR A DRAMA SERIES, LIMITED SERIES OR MOVIE: Game of Thrones (HBO)Rowley Irlam, Stunt CoordinatorHBO Entertainment in association with Bighead, Littlehead; 360 Television/Startling TelevisionOUTSTANDING STUNT COORDINATION FOR A COMEDY SERIES OR VARIETY PROGRAM: GLOW (Netflix)Shauna Duggins, Stunt CoordinatorA Netflix Original Series in association with Tilted Productions(Photo by Netflix)OUTSTANDING MUSIC SUPERVISION: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (Amazon Prime Video)Robin Urdang, Music SupervisorAmy Sherman-Palladino, Music SupervisorDaniel Palladino, Music SupervisorAmazon StudiosOUTSTANDING FANTASY/SCI-FI COSTUMES: Game of Thrones, The Bells (HBO)Michele Clapton, Costume DesignerEmma O Loughlin, Assistant Costume DesignerKate O Farrell, Costume SupervisorHBO Entertainment in association with Bighead, Littlehead; 360 Television/Startling TelevisionOUTSTANDING PRODUCTION DESIGN FOR A NARRATIVE PERIOD OR FANTASYPROGRAM (ONE HOUR OR MORE): Chernobyl (HBO)Luke Hull, Production DesignerKaren Wakefield, Art DirectorClaire Levinson-Gendler, Set DecoratorHBO Miniseries and SKY in association with Word Games, The Mighty Mint and Sister PicturesOUTSTANDING PRODUCTION DESIGN FOR A NARRATIVE CONTEMPORARY PROGRAM (ONE HOUR OR MORE): The Handmaid s Tale, Holly (Hulu)Elisabeth Williams, Production DesignerMartha Sparrow, Art DirectorRobert Hepburn, Set DecoratorMGM, Daniel Wilson Productions, The Littlefield Company, White Oak PicturesOUTSTANDING PRODUCTION DESIGN FOR A NARRATIVE PROGRAM (HALF-HOUR OR LESS): Russian Doll, Nothing in This World Is Easy (Netflix)Michael Bricker, Production DesignerJohn Cox, Art DirectorJessica Pet ruccelli, Set DecoratorUniversal Television in association with Jax Media, Paper Kite Productions, 3 Arts Entertainment, Shoot to Midnight, Avenue A(Photo by Netflix)OUTSTANDING SOUND EDITING FOR A COMEDY OR DRAMA SERIES (ONE HOUR): Game of Thrones, The Long Night (HBO)Onnalee Blank, Re-Recording MixerMathew Waters, CAS, Re-Recording MixerSimon Kerr, Production MixerDanny Crowley, Production MixerRonan Hill, CAS, Production MixerHBO Entertainment in association with Bighead, Littlehead; 360 Television/Startling TelevisionOUTSTANDING SOUND MIXING FOR A COMEDY OR DRAMA SERIES (ONE HOUR): Game of Thrones, The Long Night (HBO)Onnalee Blank, Re-Recording MixerMathew Waters, CAS, Re-Recording MixerSimon Kerr, Production MixerDanny Crowley, Production MixerRonan Hill, CAS, Production MixerHBO Entertainment in association with Bighead, Littlehead; 360 Television/Startling TelevisionOUTSTANDING SOUN
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The Worst Christmas MoviesFrom painful family reunions to sequels no child asked for to multiple Vince Vaughn and Tim Allen vehicles, these are all the Christmas films that scored less than 30% on the Tomatometer. And to make sure these movies landed on enough critics naughty lists to be deemed truly universally loathed, every entry had to have at least 20 reviews for inclusion. This leaves the likes of Kirk Cameron s Saving Christmas and Nativity 3: Dude, Where s My Donkey?! out in the cold, but makes plenty of space for Home Alone 3, Christmas With the Kranks, and Deck the Halls. It s more cinematic coal than you can handle in our guide to the worst Christmas movies ever!Best Christmas Movies | Worst Christmas MoviesBest and Worst Christmas Horror | Best Foreign Christmas MoviesRotten Christmas Movies We Love | Modern Christmas Classics
(Photo by 20th Century Fox)When we last saw the final images of James Cameron’s blockbuster 2009 film Avatar, all humans, with the exceptions of Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) and a select few others, had been expelled from the Na’vi planet of Pandora and sent back to Earth. Lucky Jake was then transferred permanently into his avatar with the aid of the Tree of Souls.In the decade since, children have grown up and parents have welcomed grandchildren waiting for sequels that never arrived. Snapchat launched. The Cubs won a World Series. Why the interminable delay? Cameron, a renowned perfectionist, had to wait until the technologies for underwater CGI caught up to his ambitious visions of a world completely submerged in H2O. Now that it finally has, Cameron’s master plan is in place: he’s shooting four sequels back to back, two at a time.To say this is the longest anticipated wait for a sequel in movie history would not be an understatement: Avatar remains the highest-grossing movie of all time with .8 billion worldwide at the box office.Speaking at a Vivid event in Sydney, Cameron told vfxblog, I guarantee one thing: Avatar 2, 3, 4, and 5 are all going to be in 3-D and they will look sumptuous… they will be, to the best of my ability, the best 3-D that’s possible to make.”Who’s In Them?(Photo by 20th Century Fox)Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, and CCH Pounder will reprise their original roles, with Sigourney Weaver, who played Dr. Grace Augustine in Avatar, expected to return in a different role. Notable newcomers include Titanic star Kate Winslet, Game Of Thrones’ Oona Chaplin (granddaughter of Charlie Chaplin), David Thewlis (the Harry Potter films), and Cliff Curtis (Fear The Walking Dead).If your favorite character died in the first film, not to worry. Cameron is bringing back Stephen Lang as Col. Quartich, last seen expiring from two arrows embedded in his chest, for all four films. The director sounds pretty excited about it, as he told Empire Online: The interesting conceit of the Avatar sequels is it’s pretty much the same characters…. There are new characters and a lot of new settings and creatures, so I’m taking characters you know and putting them in unfamiliar places and moving them on this greater journey. But it’s not a whole bunch of new characters every time. There’s not a new villain every time, which is interesting. Same guy. Same motherf ker through all four movies. He is so good and he just gets better. I know Stephen Lang is gonna knock this out of the park. What Are They About?(Photo by 20th Century Fox)Plotlines are being kept under wraps, but we know the films will be set on Pandora. A year ago, Cameron gave a thematic overview to Gizmodo: “I found myself as a father of five starting to think about what would an Avatar story be like if it was a family drama, if it was The Godfather… So, that’s really what it is. It’s a generational family saga. And that’s very different from the first film.”And way back in 2010, Vulture quoted Cameron discussing his plans for Avatar 2. “Part of my focus in the second film is in creating a different environment — a different setting within Pandora. And I’m going to be focusing on the ocean on Pandora, which will be equally rich and diverse and crazy and imaginative, but it just won’t be a rain forest. I’m not saying we won’t see what we’ve already seen; we’ll see more of that as well.”What Were The Technical Challenges?(Photo by Mark Fellman/20th Century Fox)Shooting with complicated underwater motion-capture technology is, as you might expect, difficult. Cameron told Collider, “The problem with water is not the underwater part, but the interface between the air and the water, which forms a moving mirror… Basically, whenever you add water to any problem, it just gets ten times harder.”While Cameron says that water will be a part of Avatar 4 and 5, the real emphasis will be on 2 and 3.When Will They Come Out?(Photo by 20th Century Fox)As reported in May of 2019, Avatar 2 is currently still set to premiere on December 17, 2021, almost 12 years to the day after the original’s premiere, although production in New Zealand was put on hold in March of 2020 due to coronavirus concerns. Sequels 3, 4, and 5 will roll out December 2023, December 2025, and December 2027 respectively.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle (2018) 53% In 2016, Disney released a live action/CGI hybrid remake of The Jungle Book, a musical adventure based on the Rudyard Kipling book of the same name, and it was a runaway success. Even before that film went into production, however, Warner Bros. had already begun development on their own adaptation of Kipling s book, with Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett, Benedict Cumberbatch, and Naomie Harris lending their voices to the animal characters and Andy Serkis, who voices Mowgli s bear friend Baloo, at the helm as director. The end result is Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle, a decidedly darker take on the source material that follows a young boy raised by wolves who must decide whether to remain in the jungle or return to civilization. The film opens in a handful of theaters this week, with an eventual release on Netflix next Friday, and according to critics, its move to the streaming platform may have been a strategic one by Warner Bros. While Serkis passion for the project is clear and the A-list cast is reliably effective, critics say Mowgli suffers from comparisons to the Disney film, both in the quality of its special effects and in the consistency of its tone, and the final product is a messy if ambitious misfire.