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九游会在线官网采用百度引擎6(Baidu 8)Stranger Things returns July 4 to a warm reception from critics for its new season. The first reviews out propelled the season 3 to Certified Fresh status within the day on Sunday, in one of the fastest designations in Rotten Tomatoes history.The series sets its third season in the summer, starting out all warm breezes, sunny skies, baking skin, splashing pools, and young romance. But this is Hawkins, Indiana, and stranger things lurk beneath that veneer of 80s suburban normalcy.Cue the Netflix series Goonies-like crew: supernatural Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown), Mike (Finn Wolfhard), Dustin (Gaten Matarazzo), Lucas (Caleb McLaughlin), Will (Noah Schnapp), Max (Sadie Sink), Nancy (Natalia Dyer), Jonathan (Charlie Heaton), and Steve (Joe Keery).Parents and other siblings also return, including scene-stealing Priah Ferguson as Lucas sister Erica, Dacre Montgomery as Max s bully brother Billy, and, of course, Winona Ryder as Will and Jonathan s mom Joyce and David Harbour as police chief Jim Hopper, who last season adopted the role as Eleven s father in attachment if not legally. In season 3, their bond is stronger than ever.See what critics had to say about Stranger Things: Season 3 (2019) 89% below.Something Old(Photo by Netflix) Reliable, durable and comfortable, ST3 is what you d expect and certainly what you want, if what you want is seasons 1 and 2, with a few big twists along the way. — Verne Gay, NewsdaySomething New(Photo by Netflix) Our heroes are not the goofy young kids they used to be. The third series realigns and reconfigures them in new combinations and allegiances. — Suzi Feay, Financial TimesSomething Borrowed Though there are signs that Stranger Things is on the verge of slowing down (one-note villains, the missing feeling of an unearthed 80s treasure), that s not happening yet in Season 3. — Tim Surette, TV Guide Stranger Things finally becomes the sort of extravagant, exceedingly ambitious adventure spectacle that would have ruled the theaters during the 80s, instead of a TV series merely obsessed with films from that decade. — Kevin Yeoman, ScreenRantSomething True?(Photo by Netflix) On the evidence of this plodding and predictable third season, the Duffers can t skip town soon enough. — Ed Power, Daily Telegraph (UK) It harnesses a Big Summer Mood, a healthy heap of nostalgia and has plenty of fun references. But its story is also convoluted and far too scattered. — Allison Keene, Paste Magazine It s a thin imitation of what we used to have, who could blame anyone for clinging to it? — Judy Berman, TIME MagazineFinal Verdict? (Photo by Netflix) Season 3 balances good-natured laughs with charming nostalgia through likable characters doing battle against looming horrors. Yet it feels like it s propping up its past to justify its present. — Brandon Katz, Observer Despite its rocky start, the creators and performers find a way to pull off the impossible and deliver the best season yet, all while honoring their loyal fan base and challenging them to want more from a series known for playing it safe. — Patrick Cavanaugh, ComicBook.com By doubling down on relationship stories, Season 3 of Stranger Things delivers an oft-charming, deeper-than-expected, and ultimately enjoyable new chapter. — Ben Travers, indieWireLike this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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Rotten Tomatoes recently held its first Rotten Tomatoes Critics Workshop, designed to help freelance critics and journalists navigate festivals, develop industry contacts, and get their stories placed. We asked the industry professionals who spoke at our workshops to provide their top tips for freelancers; the below come from IndieWire Executive Editor and Chief Critic, and founder of the Critics Academy initiative, Eric Kohn.1. Do Your HomeworkGet familiar with every section of the festival. Make sure you’re aware of the major filmmakers in the lineup and learn more about their work if you haven’t been exposed to it. Look for the connective tissue in the lineup: Common themes, actors appearing in multiple projects, notable backgrounds. Read the trades to get familiar with the bigger industry trends that could dominate conversations around the festival and inform some of the developments in store. Think in expansive terms: Writing reviews for a film-specific outlet is important, but interviews, features, and other stories may interest publications even more. 2. Pitch As Early As PossibleMost publications secure their plans weeks in advance. Consider practical ways to get on a publication’s radar that could yield more opportunities. Send your best pitch around, and if it gets accepted, follow up by offering more coverage. Start with publications that have covered Sundance before, but look for others that haven’t covered the festival to see if your pitch might break new ground. Explain the timeline. If a movie could play big over the first weekend, you need to make sure you’re including that information in your pitch, as it signals to an editor that the idea is time-sensitive and needs to be prioritized. 3. Remember: Everything Is A StoryWhether or not you went to journalism school, you must think like a disciplined journalist. Even when you’re not watching movies, you’re at work. Every conversation at a party or in line for a screening could lead to a valuable connection. Print your own business cards and exchange contact information. It’s fun to make new friends who share your interests, but even friendly encounters have a pragmatic function. Editors and fellow writers might help you find new gigs, but don’t just focus on them. Look for distributors, programmers, sales agents, and publicists – all of whom wield enormous influence in the industry, but also depend on journalists to cover it. They’re always a resource for you.4. Think Long-Term As Well As Short-TermMost of the world isn’t at Sundance and many media outlets don’t pay much attention to the insular film festival community. However, a lot of these movies will come out later. Stay on top of their release dates. Maybe you scored an early interview with a breakout performer that you can hold for that occasion. Or maybe you saw several movies that deal with a single potent theme, and can pitch that angle as a thinkpiece if they all come out around the same time. 5. Follow Up! This is one of the most important aspects of all freelancing that many writers don’t understand. Editors are often buried under a sea of pitches and other emails as they get through every busy day. Even brilliant pitches sometimes get lost in the shuffle. When you pitch an editor, make a note on your calendar to follow up in the near future – but not too soon. Wait at least 3-4 days before checking in. If you still don’t hear back after that, just move on. However, it’s unwise to assume that radio silence is equivalent to disinterest, and if you don’t make the effort to get an answer on your best pitches, it may never happen. Eric Kohn is the New York-based Executive Editor Chief Critic at IndieWire, where he has worked since 2007. Kohn travels to film festivals around the globe, interviews filmmakers, and managed IndieWire’s network for professional film critics, the Criticwire Network. He also launched the Critics Academy initiative, a series of educational workshops for aspiring entertainment journalists, and teaches film criticism at NYU. He is the editor of Harmony Korine: Interviews, published by the University of Mississippi Press in 2014. He is the 2018-19 chairman of the New York Film Critics Circle and served as a member of the jury for Critics Week at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival. Follow Eric on Twitter @erickohn. 由万代南梦宫旗下动画公司日昇官方授权改编的《魔神英雄传》手游已正式上线3个月了,这段时间以来,《魔神英雄传》手游因其超高还原度的动画剧情体验和丰富的游戏玩法获得了大量原著粉丝和二次元游戏爱好者的好评。为了感谢广大玩家的支持,也为了给玩家们提供更丰富的游戏内容和游戏体验,《魔神英雄传》将在近日上线全新版本,更新养成、探索和竞技三大板块的全新玩法。

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anything I had read It was a period piece, but it felt very modern and had a very modern sense of thinking,” Steinfeld told Rotten Tomatoes recently in New York City. “To play this literary icon felt like an opportunity that I couldn t pass up.” (Photo by Apple TV+)Steinfeld s Emily has another intimate relationship with a guy named Death, whose smokey coolness is personified by rapper and singer Wiz Khalifa. Smith revealed that, in the series, Emily comes to have a more mature relationship with death when she loses someone close to her. In the beginning she is fantasizing that death will come and take her away from this life that s driving her crazy. In the end, she lived into her old age, so death didn t come for a long time, the series creator noted of the poet, who died at age 55. But we wanted whoever played Death to be kind of larger than life and to bring a sense of just incredible playfulness and wild coolness to the role, and I think Wiz was just the dream of who would do that. And then as soon as he read the script, he just really connected with the humor and the just the vibe of the show, and it was kind of amazing to me how easily he just slipped in to the whole thing. (Photo by Apple TV+)Considering she’s playing a young women who didn’t find literary fame until after her death, Steinfeld also relished the opportunity to explore Dickinson in a way that hadn’t been done before — to give voice to the young woman s thoughts and to act out the dark, fantastical elements of her poems in a way that’s not entirely expected. “I fortunately and unfortunately knew very, very little [about her] before this project. I loved that I could do my deep dive into her with the little facts that are known that are out there, but we got to dig even deeper and basically tell this story of what we think the inside of her mind might look like or feel like or sound like,” the one-time Oscar nominee said. (Photo by public domain image)“The whole fun of making this show was taking this person that had this unbelievable imagination, Steinfeld continued. I mean, you could make an entire series off of one poem, and we had all of these poems and it was so great to pull from that and from her imagination and sort of combine it with ours.”Smith was reading a biography of the poet when inspiration hit. I was so struck by, I guess, the ironies of her life and the fact that this woman was so passionate and fierce in writing almost 2,000 of the greatest, strangest poems ever written, but practically none of them were ever seen or appreciated or published while she lived, the series creator said. In our millennial era of everyone seeking attention for everything they do. There s something very inspiring in that story of Emily working in secret. (Photo by Apple TV+)More than just the story of a brilliant artist, the series specifically explores the limitations Dickinson would have encountered in the 1850s due to her gender and presents this as the main reason she was only taken seriously as a master poet posthumously. The series also relates that she was expected to marry and become a dutiful housewife, social norms that Emily of the series refuses. Gender parity — in everything from the pay gap to #MeToo and Time’s Up — is a conversation that continues today, particularly in creative fields and entertainment. Steinfeld could relate to Dickinson’s circumstances. “I think that there are so many themes in this show that are wildly similar to events that we go through today in life, especially women,” she said. “But I do think that this is a character who fought against every constraint. And I do find that as a young woman today, we re constantly fighting to be heard and understood. We have come a very long way and I m very thankful for that, but I think the show will sort of open a lot of people s eyes to the reality of what we re still dealing with.”(Photo by Apple TV+)These themes also appealed to 30 Rock and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt star Jane Krakowski, who here plays Emily’s domineering, by-the-book mother (also named Emily). “It had such parallels to today s young modern women, and that really surprised me,” she told Rotten Tomatoes, but for her role, she was the enforcer of such limiting expectations. “I think the parents represent the times, the world that we were living in, that patriarchal world.” Krakowski recounted how playing a stern-but-dutiful housewife herself isn’t exactly a glass-slipper fit. Her Mrs. Dickinson practically lives in the kitchen, an arena in which she’s not a natural. “First of all, this part was a real stretch for me because I can t cook anything in a kitchen,” Krakowski joked. “She is known as the greatest homemaker of Amherst, in all of New England. My friends who know me very well are like, ‘We can t believe 90 percent of your scenes are in a kitchen.’” Fortunately, she was up for the challenge, not only spending most of her time in the kitchen, but even getting down and dirty in the house work.“We did it so real. We actually were plucking those chickens…. It s really hard to get it off your fingers…. You weren t just a housemaid [back then], you weren t just dusting; you were going out and killing dinner and then bringing it inside. (Photo by Apple TV+)Dickinson seems primed for the Instagram-savvy generation, but more than a history lesson, Steinfeld hopes that it empowers viewers in the way it did for her while making it.  “I feel like I have this newfound fearlessness that I always knew was inside of me,” she said. “After playing this character, I feel like there s nothing wrong with saying what s on your mind and speaking your truth. I hope that young girls can see the show and feel that sense of fearlessness and bravery and wit and beauty that comes with doing what makes you feel good.”Dickinson season 1 is now available on Apple TV+.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.九游会在线官网枪魂启示录手游是一款射击类的刺激游戏,玩家们在这里可以展开各种各样的挑战,每个都充满了热血的剧情故事,丰富的枪支系统让你真正的加入到其中,感受大逃杀的玩法模式,各种各样的特色内容为你精彩的提供,赶快下载试试看吧。枪魂启示录手游特色1、每一局都是与100名玩...

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Renee Zellweger is back and we couldn t be happier. This weekend in Telluride attendees will get their first glimpse of Zellweger as the tragic starlet Judy Garland. Telluride is also honoring the actress with a tribute that will run before several screenings of Judy. After a string of sometimes downright nasty media coverage over the last few years, many are thrilled that Zellweger has reemerged better than ever in this second act of her storied career with two very different projects. Earlier this year she played a femme fatale Gordan Gecko type in Netflix s What/If, and this week at Telluride we see her take on one of the world s most beloved singer-actresses – a role which has already put her in the conversation for Best Actress after the first trailer dropped.Ford v Ferrari (2019) 92%A world premiere for James Mangold s Ford v. Ferrari is quite the statement for Telluride. As the fall lineup becomes increasingly more competitive, films with mega-watt stars and masses of buzz are still jockeying with similar titles at just about every festival stop. Perhaps this is why the Matt Damon/Christian Bale drama chose to skip the Venice Film Festival (a logical stop most years) and come straight to Telluride; the move makes the racing movie one of the biggest films of the program and one of the hottest tickets. The film chronicles the true-life tale of how the Ford Motor Company worked tirelessly to build a car that could beat racing powerhouse Ferrari at the 24 Hours of Le Mans race in 1966. Damon plays famed Ford car designer Carroll Shelby and Bale is behind the wheel as racing legend Ken Miles. If we trust the first trailer, this could well be a funny, fast-paced adventure and a perfect awards launch pad or Mangold, Damon, and Bale.Marriage Story (2019) 94%

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8.42.1 3月喜迎burning down a corporate establishment. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionKudos to whoever gave a presentation to Disney brass on the importance of STEM education for girls. Katie Rife, AV ClubWill it make you cry?This reviewer expected to need a whole box of tissues to get through the film, but the eyes were dry from beginning to end. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionWhile I’ve never made it through the original movie’s Baby Mine sequence… without sobbing, this version left me thoroughly dry-eyed. Alonso Duralde, The WrapThe new Dumbo holds the attention but too seldom tugs at the heartstrings. David Rooney, Hollywood ReporterBut will the family have a good time?As a faithful update of a cherished classic, the new Dumbo will get the job done for restless kids on a rainy Saturday afternoon. Chris Nashawaty, Entertainment WeeklyWill it win over your family and a new generation of Dumbo believers? Unexpectedly, yes. Christie Cronan, Raising WhasiansDumbo opens everywhere on March 29.
Jay and Silent Bob are all grown up in Jay and Silent Bob Reboot, their first feature film since 2006 s Clerks 2 and an almost-complete retread of their first headline outing, the Strike Back entry from 2001. (The guys from the front of the Quick Stop are once again trying to halt production of a Bluntman and Chronic movie – though this time it is, in a nod to the times, a reboot of the original film based on the characters that were based on, well, Jay and Silent Bob.) Just how much has the duo, played by Jason Mewes and Kevin Smith, grown? Well, Jay – the goofy, shouty, long-haired weed dealer who lit up the screen in Clerks and then became a sensation in Mallrats – is a father for starters, discovering he s the long-lost dad to a teenager played by Smith s daughter Harley Quinn. And Bob talks almost non-stop throughout the film. Just kidding.But there s a new maturity to the two mainstays of Kevin Smith s View Askewniverse, the cinematic universe kicked off by Clerks and which includes Mallrats, Chasing Amy, Dogma, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, and Clerks 2. And in their latest adventure, there s also a ton of heart: Reboot is a Jay and Silent Bob that will make you tear up – and not just from over-toking.The two men behind Jay and Bob are all grown up, too, something fans of their podcast Jay and Silent Bob Get Old will know. In the infrequent but lengthy episodes, Smith and Mewes detail the trials of fatherhood – Mewes is a newish dad to a young girl named Logan who has a cameo in the new movie – and addiction and sobriety: Mewes is almost 10 years sober after struggling with heroin and substance abuse. In this exclusive extended interview with Smith and Mewes, they reveal how they first met and formed a lifelong personal and creative bond that would grow and be tested in ways none of them knew when they were just kids at the local rec back in Jersey. Jason was a figure of a suburban legend, so people would be like, ‘There s that Jay Mewes, he broke the window at Cumberland Farms.’ Kevin Smith: “I met Jason – let me see – 32 years ago at this point. We both grew up in the town of Highlands in New Jersey and Jason was a figure of a suburban legend, so people would be like, ‘There s that Jay Mewes, he broke the window at Cumberland Farms.’ Or, ‘There s that kid Jay Mewes, I hear he f ed a dog once.’ Which he didn t, right?”Jason Mewes: “No, never.”Smith:  My friends Bryan Johnson and Walter Flanagan, I worked with them at the Highlands Recreation Center. That means we met in the caring of children, which was so bizarre; he was one of the children. He came after I left and the boys started hanging out with him. He was younger. I was like 17, you were 13. I was hanging out with these two guys, Walter and Bryan, and I was their new cool, funny friend, and then all of a sudden they started talking about funny things that this Jay Mewes guy said. I was like, ‘Mewes? That kid? That local kid?’ And they re like, ‘Yeah man, he s funny. He hangs out at the rec a lot.’ Jay and Silent Bob first appeared in 1994 s Clerks. I m not driving this minor across state lines. No way, man, I ain t doing that. Smith:  One day we re going up to a comic book show in New York; it was me and Bryan and Walter. I get to house to pick up Bryan and Walter and Jason s there and they re like, ‘We re going to bring them with us.’ And I was like, ‘I m not driving this minor across state lines. No way, man, I ain t doing that.’ And then Bryan s like, ‘Well then I ll drive. And then Jason s like, ‘Shotgun, nooch!’ And then he jumped in the front seat and then I sat in the back, the whole ride up. Jason was saying all of these funny things up front – snoog and snooch and all that stuff – and Bryan and Walter were like, ‘Ha ha ha.’ And I was sitting in the back, like, ‘He ain t so funny, man.’ Because I was the new funny friend and suddenly I was being replaced by the newer funny friend.They lost interest in him. One day he came to my house he lived like right around the block and my mom was like, ‘That dirty boy from town is here.’ And I was like, ‘Who?’ And I looked out and it was Jason. ‘Jason Mewes is here. Why?’ And then I went out to answer the door, and he goes, ‘What are we doing today?’ And I was like, ‘We re not doing anything. We re not friends. You and me are friends with Bryan and Walter but we re not friends. We hang out together because those guys; if they re not around, we don t really hang out. Do you understand?’ He s like, ‘Yeah, what are we doing today?’ So I kind of adopted him. Kevin, Bryan, and Walter would talk about comics and movies and they used big words It was appealing to me as a 13-year-old. Mewes: “As a 13-year-old, me and my friends would go to the woods. We d build forts and fix bikes and put rope swings up and do fun stuff. That s what we would do, but [Kevin, Bryan, and Walter] would talk about comics and movies and they used big words, which is funny now, but they did. It was appealing to me as a 13-year-old because I was like, ‘What are they saying? They re saying things like ‘Austen-Tayshus’ – what does that mean? That is magical.’ And they would talk about girls. I was 14. I had never even kissed a girl and they actually had a couple of girlfriends.”Smith: “That s why he calls me ‘Moves.’ Whenever you hear him talk to me in real life he s like, ‘Moves, can you do this? Moves come here.’ It’s because when he was young, he d ask about girls and I would try to be like, ‘Whatever you do – he knew the bases – don t slide into third. Nobody likes that. You got to treat it right. Here s a book on gynecology that I got from this flea market and it s worked wonders for me.’ He would be like, ‘Man, you ve got the moves.’ I was like, ‘No, I have this gynecology book.’”Mewes: “At that age, they knew stuff, so I wanted to hang out with him as much as possible. Plus, he had a room full of comic books, and he had tons of VHS tapes and movies and stuff. I remember that, and plus, he had a car and he drove us. All these things were appealing to me because, again, I d go out and have fun with my friends, but I d be like, ‘Oh, I wonder what Kevin s doing. I want to go hang out with him because he s going to show me Full Metal Jacket. He had knowledge of all movies and directors and they would talk about writers, and my friends would just be like, ‘Hey, have you seen the new Van Damme movie?’ Which was again great, but he would be like, ‘Did you see the Van Damme movie? It was written by Joe Bob, Billy Bob, and directed by Scorsese.’”Smith: “We became really good friends, and I think he s the most original human being I ve ever met. Hands down an American original.”

Saturday, Dec. 125 Days of Christmas, Freeform — The annual nearly month-long programming event features family-friendly Christmas movies including The Santa Clause, Home Alone, and The Holiday; Disney movies including all three Toy Story films and Tim Burton s The Nightmare Before Christmas, and, for the first time on cable television, the Rankin-Bass holiday classics, Frosty the Snowman and Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.31 Days of Holiday Survival, Comedy Central — Professional basketball star Blake Griffin will host this month of programming dedicated to getting you through the holidays with your sanity intact. Movies like Bad Santa 2, 21 Jump Street, Meet the Parents and Office Space will air throughout the month-long lineup. Holiday-themed episodes of South Park and The Office will join Chappelle s Show to close out the year.You Light Up My Christmas, Lifetime, 8 p.m. — Inspired by true events, Emma (Kim Fields) returns to her hometown built around her family s pioneer Christmas Light Factory two weeks before Christmas. However upon Emma s return, she discovers the lights have gone dim in the once festive town, prompting her to reconnect with an old flame to set their hearts and the town ablaze with light again.Christmas Town, Hallmark Channel, 8 p.m. — Lauren Gabriel (Candace Cameron Bure) leaves everything behind in Boston to embark on a new chapter in her life and career. But an unforeseen detour to the charming town of Grandon Falls has her discover unexpected new chapters — of the heart and of family — helping her to embrace, once again, the magic of Christmas.Holiday Wars, Food Network, 9 p.m. — Five teams of cake masters and sugar artists face-off to create mind-blowing holiday displays that are as festive as they are delicious. Hosted by Jonathan Bennett, and featuring award-winning cake decorator Shinmin Li and Food Network s Jason Smith as judges, the teams must compete in two jolly rounds. First up is the Snowball Fight challenge, where the artists must use cake and sugar to create an edible holiday design in just 45 minutes. One winning team gets a vital advantage going into the second round. In the Winter Blizzard challenge, the teams are tasked with developing an eye-popping, masterful Christmas display made up entirely of cake and sugar. At the end of this battle, one team will jingle all the way home with a ,000 grand prize.Holiday Gingerbread Showdown, Food Network, 10 p.m. —  On this four-part stunt, host Paige Davis tests the skills of three gingerbread artists in each holiday-themed challenge. Judges Mary Berg, Maneet Chauhan, and Adam Young determine the winner of each episode that advances to the grand finale where they will square off in the ultimate showdown. But it s not all gumdrops and candy canes as the clock is ticking on dreams of the ,000 prize. Only one will be crowned Best Gingerbread Artist and will be featured in Food Network Magazine. Monday, Dec. 2Team Kaylie: Part 2 (Holiday Episode), Netflix — To try to help Amber get through her first Christmas since her mom passed away, Kaylie decides to try to buy Amber the dollhouse she always wanted.Unhappy Holidays, Shudder — Last year, the streaming platform added a whole collection of gruesome holiday goodies including titles like Better Watch Out, All the Creatures Were Stirring, and 1974 slasher classic, Black Christmas. AMC s small screen adaptation of Joe Hill s NOS4A2 is a recent addition to the lineup. On Dec. 2, Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2 will be available to view, along with the previously hard-to-find ‘80s cult film Deadly Games which is described as a French Home Alone meets Rambo — but released a year before Macaulay Culkin faced off with Joe Pesci.The Great Christmas Light Fight, ABC, 8 p.m. — Season seven of the holiday hit will once again showcase the most extravagant and utterly spectacular Christmas displays America has to offer. In each one-hour episode, four families with dazzling household displays will compete to win ,000 and the coveted Light Fight trophy. (Photo by ABC)Making It, NBC, 10 p.m. — Emmy Award nominees Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman host a craft-worthy and comedy-filled new eight-episode season.Tuesday, Dec. 3How the Grinch Stole Christmas, NBC, 8 p.m. — The iconic 1966 cartoon features the voice of Boris Karloff as the Grinch.How to Train Your Dragon Homecoming, NBC, 8:30 p.m. — The new animated special features the return of Jay Baruchel as the voice of Hiccup, America Ferrera as Astrid, Gerard Butler as Stoick, Craig Ferguson as Gobber, and Christopher Mintz-Plasse as Fishlegs.CMA Country Christmas, ABC, 9 p.m. — Trisha Yearwood will host and perform on the 10th annual CMA Country Christmas. The two-hour music celebration features a night filled with Christmas classics and festive one-of-a-kind collaborations by Yearwood, Kristin Chenoweth, for KING COUNTRY, Chris Janson, Tori Kelly, Lady Antebellum, Rascal Flatts, Runaway June, CeCe Winans, Brett Young, and Chris Young. Wednesday, Dec. 487th Annual Christmas in Rockefeller Center, NBC, 8 p.m. — For eight decades the tree lighting ceremony has been one of the iconic New York City holiday moments, with thousands on hand and millions watching across the country. The Moodys, Fox, 9 p.m. — The six-episode remake of Australia s miniseries A Moody Christmas stars Denis Leary and follows a tight-knit but slightly dysfunctional family of five, all of whom gather in their hometown of Chicago for the perfect holiday. The holiday event series will air over three nights on Wednesday, Dec. 4; Monday, Dec. 9; and Tuesday, Dec. 10. Ghosting: The Spirit of Christmas, Freeform, 9 p.m. — This is the quirky and heart-warming story of Jess (Aisha Dee), who goes on the greatest first date of her life, but inadvertently “ghosts” Ben when she tragically dies in a car accident on the way home. Stuck on Earth, with no idea how to ascend, Jess will need the help of her best friend Kara (Kimiko Glenn), the only person who can still see and hear her. A Saturday Night Live Christmas Special, NBC, 9 p.m. — Santa brings the laughs as “SNL” goes into the time capsule for two hours of Christmas-themed sketches.Thursday, Dec. 5(Photo by Netflix)A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby, Netflix — It’s Christmastime in Aldovia, and a royal baby is on the way. Queen Amber (Rose McIver) and King Richard (Ben Lamb) are getting ready to take some time off to prepare for their first child’s arrival, but first they have to host King Tai (Kevin Shen) and Queen Ming (Momo Yeung) of Penglia to renew a 600-year-old sacred truce.Magic For Humans: Season 2 (Holiday Episode), Netflix — Justin embraces the holiday spirit by visiting Santa school and teaching kids about the magic of giving.Into the Dark: A Nasty Piece of Work, Hulu — The Christmas-themed installment of Blumhouse s horror holiday series follows a mid-level employee at a large company who finds out he’s not getting the bonus or promotion he was expecting. But then his boss invites him over for dinner with a proposal for how he can climb the corporate ladder … by beating his professional rival in a violent competition.A Charlie Brown Christmas, ABC, 8 p.m. — Celebrate the joy of the holidays with the classic animated Christmas-themed Peanuts specialBest Christmas Bingo, IFC, 9 p.m. – Starting Thursday, December 5, Wrestling Legend Mick Foley will be hosting an interactive BINGO game during holiday movies every Thursday in December at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT, featuring Planes, Trains Automobiles, Gremlins, Year Without Santa Claus and Snow Day.Same Time, Next Christmas, ABC, 9 p.m. — In this original holiday film, Olivia Anderson (Lea Michele) is a successful young woman who met her childhood sweetheart during her family s annual Christmas visit to Hawaii. After being separated by distance and years, the two reunite at the same Hawaiian resort years later, and the old chemistry between them flares up anew-but circumstances conspire to keep them apart. Friday, Dec. 6Three Days of Christmas, Netflix — Three Days of Christmas is the story of four sisters through time united by a secret. A story told through their eyes in three key moments in their lives: when they are daughters, mothers, and grandmothers, each episode corresponds to one generation. With Christmas as a backdrop, we will discover th
(Photo by Neon / Courtesy Everett Collection. Thumbnail image: Universal, RADiUS-TWC/Courtesy Everett Collection.)All Elisabeth Moss Movies RankedWith a full steam TV career ranging from The West Wing to Mad Men and The Handmaid s Tale, it took until last decade for Elisabeth Moss to start building her profile as a leading movie star. But in the years since 2014 breakthrough dramatic thriller The One I Love, she s put together an impressive catalog of diverse, complex film roles that complements her television work, as seen in Certified Fresh movies like Queen of Earth, Listen Up Phillip, Us, and Her Smell.In 2020, she made headlines on both sides of the pandemic: first with The Invisible Man (one of the last major theatrical offerings to enjoy some semblance of a full release window), and then with the dark, literary Shirley after it set up shop on streaming. She ll have an appearance in Wes Anderson s The French Dispatch, which was due for later this year and has now been unset without a new release date. Until then, we re ranking all Elisabeth Moss movies by Tomatometer!
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(Photo by CD Projeckt Red)A long presentation consisted of video game developer CD Projekt Red s memories of building The Witcher video game series from something less connected to the books to a series squarely focused on Geralt. They also recalled their debut at the E3 video game conference and the time former US president Barack Obama offered kind words about The Witcher III: Wild Hunt.Sadly, their stroll down memory lane did not come with an announcement for a fourth mainline Witcher game. There will be a fourth game in the fullness of time, but not in the immediate future. In the meantime, the company is engaged in updating a spinoff focusing on the Gwent card game. Also, The Witcher III is getting a next-gen upgrade for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S with some new DLC featuring Geralt s costume from the Netflix series.A Witcher AR Game Will Take the Continent OutdoorsThe Witcher: Monster Slayer hopes to take Witcher fans outside. Using your phone, you ll be able to become your own Witcher, facing monsters, including a cursed Striga. The augmented-reality exploration game arrives July 21 on Android and iOS platforms.The Witcher: Blood Origin Was a No-Show(Photo by courtesy of Netflix)Despite The Witcher: Blood Origin showrunner Declan de Barra proving he knows his stuff during the trivia contest — and taking a halberd as his prize — the series itself was a no-show at WitcherCon. That s reasonable as it is still casting key roles. Just this week, both Michelle Yeoh (pictured) and Laurence O’Fuarain were said to be joining the limited series with Sophia Brown reportedly taking over the lead role Éile from Jodie Turner-Smith.Set 1200 years prior to Geralt s journeys across the Continent, Blood Origin will tell the story of the Conjunction of the Spheres and the first prototype Witcher.Henry Cavill Believes in Destiny and an Intellectual Geralt(Photo by Netflix)Since destiny is a big theme of The Witcher — the word even comes up in the Season 2 teaser — Cavill admitted to his own belief in it: Everyone has a destiny.   In his concept of destiny, however, it is something one must train for. Everyone has to unlock certain skills before using that skill tree, he continued. I had to do certain things to be Geralt. I pursued it very hard, and I got the opportunity to do it. His pursuit of the role certainly has the ring of destiny. Cavill credits his father reading him fantasy stories as a child with creating a life-long interest in genre material. Fantasy is what I read, he said. When I have free time, it s fantasy books. He also said his father got him into computer games — a pastime which led to him becoming aware of The Witcher in the first place. Although, he admitted his attempt to play The Witcher II was thwarted by his day job. He was able to commit more time to The Witcher III. The world-building is just fantastic. I ve been playing it [again recently] on my [GeForce RTX] 3090, he said. The detail was extraordinary and all from Sapkowski s amazing work it is an ode to that world.


九游会在线官网 这个现象在各大论坛和帖子里,也得到了很多玩家们的认可,那么为什么会出现这样的情况呢?都是相近的moba类游戏,即便说端游和手游,有较大的差距,但同为手游的王者荣耀和LOL手游,还有怎么大的差距,这实属有些不应该!

然而曾经万众期待的DNF手游在经历过几次跳票之后,失去了部分玩家信任,如果手游上线后又遇上渠道商纠纷这样的糟心事,那就真的太劝退了。因此,许多玩家更期望能有一款全新的格斗刷图游戏来取代DNF。恰巧,网易研发的格斗刷图端游《超激斗梦境》横空出世,不论是画面、玩法还是搬砖收益,都能与DNF一较高下。 (Photo by Amazon Studios)Celebrated director Steve McQueen has already proven he s a man of many talents. After all, his varied career has given us the heralded Hunger, about Bobby Sands and the 1981 Irish hunger strike; the provocative sex-addiction drama Shame; visceral Best Picture winner 12 Years a Slave; and, more recently, Widows, a thrilling heist flick with social justice on its mind. It s hard to imagine him hitting a new register, not because artists do not grow, but because the breadth of the work that came prior has already delivered so many thrills with such different flavors. Yet with the help of brand new faces – among them cinematographer Shabier Kirchner and co-writers Courttia Newland and Alastair Siddons – McQueen has given us, with his new five-film anthology Small Axe, a set of dazzling new works that show he s capable of things beyond our imagination.What Small Axe actually is has been the subject of debate – is it a set of TV episodes or an anthology series? – but the clearest way to think of the collection is as five thematically linked films, all set in the West Indian community of London between the late 60s and the mid 80s. In Lovers Rock, we experience a freeing blues party among West Indians shunned from white nightclubs; Mangrove unfolds as a stirring courtroom drama based on a true story and a dark day for the British justice system; the inspiring life of Alex Wheatle, the British novelist who rose from prison to literary acclaim, backbones a fiery eponymous biopic about cultural identity; the fraught relationship between Leroy Logan, a Black cop tasked with reforming London’s racist police force, and his distraught father propels Red, White and Blue; and in the tender coming-of-age story, Education, a determined Black mother saves her son from a prejudiced school system.The stories are the documented experiences of a community rarely seen on the big screen, one that includes McQueen s family, his friends, and himself. With sumptuous shots of women swaying their hips at a steamy blues party, close-ups of simmering mutton curry, and invigorating needle drops, Small Axe is specific to its West Indian subjects. At the same time, in explicating histories from the Black Caribbean diaspora in the UK – delving into ceaseless police harassment, brutal racism, a pernicious justice system, and beyond – Small Axe is familiar to all oppressed people, no matter their origin.Robert Daniels for Rotten Tomatoes: When Red, White and Blue premiered at New York Film Festival a lot of critics were under the impression it was the final film in the anthology, rather than Education. Those are obviously two wildly different tones to conclude with. How did you decide the final order?Steve McQueen: I m a person who grew up with albums. And for me, I had to evaluate how I wanted to end the album, as such. I thought Education was the key in the sense that it’s all about the possibilities, rather than the things people prevent you from achieving. All the way through Small Axe, it was all about how people took it upon themselves to liberate themselves – to emancipate themselves from the environment they were in. So I definitely wanted to end on the infinite possibilities that are achievable in the world. Hence, the ending images.With regards to reception, Small Axe very much feels like an assemblage of Black-specific stories concerning music, food, and politics. Do you consider these Black-specific, though?McQueen: It s like watching a Korean film or a Taiwanese film, or a film from Italy. These are human stories which are universal. That s what it s about. It doesn t matter where you re from or what background you re from. I think you can identify with these as human stories. It s about people overcoming adversity through their own force of will. I think it s very common to anyone, wherever they come from in the world.(Photo by Amazon Studios)Some have described Lovers Rock, especially the dancing, as Black joy and Black love, but it could also be seen as Black lust.McQueen: It’s not lust. It’s a sexual sensuality, but it s not maddening. There’s etiquette.Yes – there are the close-ups of men asking women for a dance by touching their elbow.McQueen: Or even squeezing someone s bottom. It doesn t matter. Sexual sensuality is beautiful. It s wonderful. I remember someone saying about blues parties, “Oh, my mother said that blues parties weren t like that. What actually happened was that people danced as close as possible, but without touching.” I wanted to ask her what party her mother went to. [Laughs] I imagine a lot of people have been embarrassed about what they did when they were younger, and they told their children something else. But there s no shame in it. It s just a celebration of us as fully formed human beings. And it s just beautiful.There are so many new faces in these films. Your collaboration with Michael Fassbender is well known; was it a conscious decision to find new faces for this project?McQueen: Yes, because I wanted to give people a break. I wanted to see people who had never been given an opportunity to fully exercise their talent. And it was amazing. There were a lot of newcomers like Amarah [-Jae St. Aubyn] and Kenyah [Sandy]. And with [cinematographer] Shabier [Kirchner], when you have the opportunity to do what we did with those five feature films – different film stocks and digital cameras – no one s had the opportunity to do that. It s very rare. So the fact that he came on board and took his opportunity, it was great.As a band leader, I would call myself, you just want to play with people who can actually play. Or when you see potential which hasn’t been fully exercised, you try to help them in their development. It s about me choosing who I want to work with and getting the best out of them. Helping people fulfill their potential. And I want to focus particularly on Black artists, regardless of what field they’re working in.And that s what I find so special about this series. We ve seen Letitia Wright and John Boyega in big projects, but not utilized by other filmmakers in the way they are here.McQueen: I look at Star Wars, as far as John is concerned, and you know he s got so much potential. That s a particular genre of film where it s not about acting but reacting. And [Small Axe] was the point where he had to bring his A-game and dig deep for the potential that was there. My job as a director is to help him achieve that. Cause when I first saw him on Attack the Block, I thought this guy has something. He s grown, of course, since Attack the Block. He has a lot more baggage as a human being. And now was his time.Boyega previously described, in the press notes for RWB, taking an interest in Leroy Logan’s favorite music in order to prepare for the role. Are there situations where you’ll give an actor supplementary material as prep?McQueen: Myself, John, and Courttia [Newland] – our co-writer – we talked about our fathers, because that s the thing that brought me into Red, White and Blue and connected me with Leroy Logan. And Leroy talked about his father a lot. When we were interviewing him, I was digging into who he was as a person. That was the seed, and we had to go deep to unravel him. It wasn t just a case of the music. We had to find out the terrain for what we were going to cover. All of our fathers, these West Indian men, were very cautious and very dominant, but at the same time, very caring. They weren’t forthcoming in their emotions, but they were very forthcoming in how we were to conduct ourselves or what they believed we could achieve.(Photo by Amazon Studios)With Leroy Logan s story, it basically ends with his appeal to his father. Alex Wheatle’s story is very self-contained, too. How did you decide what parts of their lives you wanted to recount?McQueen: The first bump in the road for Leroy is the most important bump. The fact of the matter is you could go on, and on, and on, and on, but I needed the initial impact. Leroy’s aspirations had crumbled. He thought he could change the world. His father felt very hurt when he suddenly joined the police. When Leroy realized what the actual situation was, when he realized the actual weight of the institution, and its surroundings were against him – that s the first impact. That s when they sit down at the table and have that conversation about the state of the world.I could’ve done a story about how he [later] left the Metropolitan Police force. But it was about the first impact. It was about the loss of innocence. That was the important thing. Because before your first bump in the road, does it matter what your parents tell you? They can tell you, “You’ve got to be careful.” And maybe you’ve seen stuff on TV. Maybe you’re aware of it. But when it happens to you personally, for the first time, that s when you have a very deep realization [of], Can I still change the world? Do I still feel invincible? You’re sitting down with your father, and he’s been around, and what does Leroy say: “Maybe we should just scorch the Earth and hopefully something good will come again. For me, as a filmmaker, that was the heart. And any Black person, wherever they are in the world, will understand that.(Photo by Amazon Studios)My father grew up in Mississippi, during Segregation. That made an impact on him for his whole life. I had to deal with that impact and figure out what it meant.McQueen: Exactly, exactly. When he s sitting down with his father, and they’re drinking rum together, he s not a boy anymore. He s a man talking to a man. And when his father says, Let me tell you what my mother said to me, it’s a generational thing. The father s talking about his mother. The father is talking to his son. It’s like a circle. So it’s very important where you begin a story. It’s very important where you end a story. This is art. It s not about having a situation where you repeat it again and again. It s a craft. It s as simple as that.And, finally, what are your thoughts on whether Small Axe is a film or television conversation?McQueen: It was always meant to be for television. These are five films, but it s all about the accessibility of these films. I had to go to where people were at. That was always my idea. I said very early on that I wanted my mother to see it, that it could be in every home in the UK, as well as, of course, with Amazon. And as far as these critics groups, I m just very grateful, and very humbled that they’ve recognized it in any capacity. Because it s not always the case that you get any kind of praise. So I m very grateful because all it does is let other people be curious to see them. So it s fantastic. We re all very grateful.Small Axe is now available on Amazon Prime Video. On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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