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亚博app买球信誉靠谱采用百度引擎7(Baidu 4)据腾讯天美工作相关技术人员透漏,他们开发CODM时,在使用PBR技术复刻《使命召唤》系列游戏主机画面效果的基础上,针对移动端建立全新的画面标准,同时还以3A手游的标准来要求自己,力图让手游达到更精致的画面表现。

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想要更好的运营游戏网站,必不可少的就是对玩家行为数据的把控,以及对整个游戏平台的运营管理。互创手游通过对市场的调研以及多年开发游戏行业技术产品的经验,研发出的手游H5双平台系统管理后台,功能更加全面,人性化的小设计更加贴心。 The Big Bang Theory star Johnny Galecki is teaming with TBBT writer Anthony Del Broccolo for The Squad, an NBC comedy about esports. The show, which has a script order from the network, revolves around the friendships among a group of people who used to feel like outsiders, until they bonded over their mutual love of esports. So … TBBT set in the world of esports? (THR)Comedy Central and All Things Comedy are producing a documentary about the late comedian Patrice O’Neal. Bill Burr, Al Madrigal, and O’Neal’s fiancée Von Decarlo are among the executive producers of the project, which will explore O’Neal’s life and sometimes controversial material. O’Neal died after a stroke in 2011 at the age of 41.Monica Lewinski will executive produce an HBO Max documentary called 15 Minutes of Shame, about the “public shaming epidemic in our culture.” The anti-bullying activist and Bill Clinton impeachment figure will also appear in the documentary, along with project director, former Catfish co-host Max Joseph.House of Cards creator Beau Willimon is teaming with Slut: The Play writer Katie Cappiello to adapt the 2013 play as a Netflix teen drama called Grand Army. The series has a 10-episode order, and will revolve around five students at the largest high school in Brooklyn as they tackle sexual, racial, and economic issues. Odessa A zion (Fam), Maliq Johnson (When They See Us), Amir Bageria (Degrassi: Next Class), Odley Jean (Her Story Uncut), and Slut: The Play actress Amalia Yoo star in the series, which debuts in 2020.Elizabeth Banks is a producer on another potential NBC series, the workplace drama Mavenhood. The story, which has a script commitment at the network, is about a group of social media entrepreneurs whose company is in jeopardy when someone threatens to reveal their dark secrets – and their not-so-Instagrammable real lives. (Deadline)HBO Max will be the host of Amy Schumer’s documentary Expecting Amy, about Schumer’s difficult pregnancy, including multiple hospitalizations, which coincided with a comedy tour she embarked on to prepare for a stand-up special. Expecting Amy will be edited by Alexander Hammer, who edited Beyoncé’s Homecoming.WeWork, the troubled workspace company, will be the subject of a documentary by Business Insider and Campfire, the company behind the Netflix documentary The Innocent Man. Based on reporting by Business Insider, the doc will include details on WeWork’s dramatic downfall, IPO fail, frat-boy culture, and controversial leader Adam Neumann. (THR)(Photo by Steve Granitz/WireImage)Amy Poehler will get serious with her newest project, the thriller The Mother-in-Law. Poehler is executive producer of the series, which is based on Sally Hepworth’s novel of the same name, about a woman’s complicated relationship with her in-laws, which ends with a suspicious death and the spilling of family secrets. Hepworth is also an EP on the project which was given a pilot order at NBC.Oscar nominee and Emmy winner Michael Mann will direct the pilot of HBO Max’s drama Tokyo Vice. Starring Ansel Elgort and Ken Watanabe, the 10-episode series is based on investigative journalist Jake Adelstein’s 2009 memoir about becoming the first American journalist on the crime beat at one of the largest newspapers in Japan, which led to him being embedded with the Tokyo Vice police squad to reveal corruption.The cast of The Facts of Life is reuniting, but not to play their Peekskill characters. Kim Fields, Mindy Cohn, Nancy McKeon, and Lisa Whelchel will co-star in the Lifetime original holiday movie Light Up My Christmas. Fields is an executive producer on the fact-based movie about a woman who helps the citizens in her hometown embrace the
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(Photo by Marvel Studios)Who would ve ever thought an exposition dump could be so entertaining? Loki’s finale offered up one of the most astonishing talk-filled reveals yet. And that s considering the answers are still cosmic in nature and obscured ever so slightly by long-range Marvel Studios set-ups. Nevertheless, a welcome guest star navigated that tightrope with aplomb.At the same time, character beats continue (to some extent, anyway) and a new set of problems beset the former God of Mischief (Tom Hiddleston). So let s take a look at what he learned, what occurred after he learned it, and what problems the answer to the series central mystery holds for the Marvel Cinematic Universe at large.Spoiler Alert: The following reveals details of the finale episode of Loki season 1. Stop here if you have not watched “For All Time. Always.” Speculation includes information from Marvel comic books and may also be considered spoilers to some.The Answer Is: He Who Remains(Photo by Marvel Studios)So, as it turns out, our list of suspects from last week proved to be correct in two cases. He Who Remains set the TVA in motion, but it was not Mobius M. Mobius (Owen Wilson). Instead, the person remaining is a 31st century scientist we know to be Nathaniel Richards (Jonathan Majors) — even if he never uses that name here — or better known across the internet the last six weeks as Kang the Conqueror.But is He Who Remains really Kang?For the moment, we ll take He Who Remains at his word. He is a more benevolent Nathaniel who took part in the Multiversal War against variants of himself from other realities and discovered the only way to end the chaos was to eliminate free will including his own. Perhaps not as mind-bendingly strange as the He Who Remains of the comics (perhaps Marvel is saving the notion of a survivor from a previous universe for Galactus), but still a pretty heady concept for those less familiar with the Big Cosmic Ideas 1970s superhero comics, philosophy texts, or really out there sci-fi novels.Also, we ll point out, the origin of the Multiversal War he describes to Loki and Sylvie (Sophia Di Martino) sure sounds like the origin of the Multiverse over at the crosstown rival. In the DC Universe, a scientist named Krona unleashed multiversal energy by using a time viewer to witness the birth of the universe, altering the fabric of reality forever.In He Who Remains case, though, the Crisis on Infinite Earths was a crisis of ego as the variant Nathaniel Richardses fought to dominate the Marvel Multiverse. It suggests Kang, when we meet him in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, will be distinct from He Who Remains. It also suggests Majors may end up playing several different versions on Nathaniel Richards during his time in the MCU. As He Who Remains mentions, the character (and his variants) goes by many names, including Rama-Tut, Kang the Conqueror, Immortus, Blue Totem, Victor Timely, Scarlet Centurion, and more. Also, as he shares a name with Reed Richards s father, there is always the possibility he will turn out to be his own ancestor.Then again, considering he presents himself to two Loki variants, can we take anything he said at face value? It is possible he is, indeed, the Nathaniel Richards who became Kang. Allowing the Lokis to proceed this far could be part of his plan to continue dominating reality. Or he s the one who became Immortus and this is part of a gambit to ultimately preserve his preferred timeline.As we also mentioned last week, it is possible for some viewers to see the Kang reveal as anticlimactic. He is not an established character in the context of the series — despite the relentless hinting — and the answer actually moves things away from Loki. We think that sensation would be far worse if the show was a limited series like WandaVision and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, but now that season 2 is a definite thing, his debut has more of a season 1 finale flavor than it might have otherwise had, especially considering the last image before the credits.Where Is Judge Renslayer?(Photo by Marvel Studios)As we move into a Marvel Multiverse of variants, we re going to refer to the Ravonna Renslayer (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) we ve seen up until now as Judge Renslayer. Much like Nathaniel Richards, naming her variants is going to be important in order to keep things orderly.As we saw in the episode, Judge Renslayer seemingly escaped the coming calamity by leaving the TVA. Her stated motivation was to search for free will, but it is easy to interpret that as following order from He Who Remains. What file did Miss Minutes (Tara Strong) serve up to Judge Renslayer? Was it enough to make her question the TVA s stated purpose entirely or did it strengthen her resolve? Her conversation with Mobius suggests the latter, but considering how long the judge has kept her motivation close to her vest, anything is possible.Meanwhile, it is interesting to note that on He Who Remains preferred timeline, Ravonna Renslayer is the principal at Roosevelt High in 2018. As we re mentioned before, her comic book counterpart was a princess from the 40th century Kang tried his best to woo. She died admitting her affection for him and a variant of Kang went in search of a way to rescue her — leading to further variants of both characters. But if the Ravonna of the MCU is a 21st century Earth woman, will it lead to her meeting Kang under very different circumstances?Also, what sort of trouble could a high school principal get up to that a variant of her would end up near the top of the TVA s command structure? A puzzle for Quantumania to answer, perhaps?Or maybe the point of divergence is the very thing Judge Renslayer went to investigate. Determining why she was plucked away from the timeline may offer some clarity. Then again, that clarity all depends on whether or not she still follows He Who Remains. We re All Villains Here (Photo by Chuck Zlotnick/Marvel Studios)The central question of free will also plays out among the Lokis as Sylvie, seemingly, gives into her nature. At least, that s the way the show is framing it for the moment. Beyond confirming her bond with Loki is romantic — which, truth be told, we re not fond of — her actions here prove she is steadfast in her mission: kill the power behind the TVA.Following through on that suggests she has not grown over the course of the adventure. Instead of the expanded awareness Loki seems to have gained, she remained a prisoner of her predetermined role by killing He Who Remains. And, to be honest, that s a downer. Sylvie proved to be such a wonderful addition to the Marvel mix that we hate to see her ultimately fail (in more personal terms, anyway). We always expected one more betrayal before the season ended, but we never thought it would be her. Until it is resolved next season, it stands as something of a disappointment as it seems contrary to where the character was headed.(Photo by Marvel Studios)And, to be fair, the show also cast doubt on Loki s seeming empathy toward the timeline and the countless lives within it. He could still be trapped in his nature and thinking of the throne — he is still a Loki, after all. It is enough of a doubt to fuel the fight between Loki and Sylvie in terms of the narrative. Nevertheless, we are inclined to believe Loki has changed and his concerns have grown beyond his own immediate desires. The proof: He cares enough about Sylvie to want her to grow beyond vengeance.The show is called Loki, after all, his character development has to be paramount.It is interesting to note that He Who Remains tempts them twice: once with what they wanted before being trimmed from the timeline and then again with control of the Sacred Timeline itself. In the second case, he even frames it by reminding them (and us) that they are all villains. If nothing else, it sets up a new conflict for the second season as Loki and Sylvie will have to determine who the villain really is in this situation.Well, presuming Sylvie even remains at the Citadel at the End of Time. The Multiverse is open to her now and she could try to go home at long last.Or was this her supervillain origin all along?The Multiverse of Possibilities(Photo by © Columbia Pictures / © Marvel / courtesy Everett Collection)One odd thing to consider about Sylvie s killing blow: it means the Sacred Timeline has been undone back to its root. There has always been a Mutliverse now and it contains things like the Sony Spider-Man films, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’s later seasons, and whole wealth of possibilities. Some of which will likely be explored next month when What If ? starts its run.But as the final scene suggests, the change will only be perceptible to Loki, Sylvie, and potentially, Judge Renslayer. Note how Hunter B-15 (Wunmi Mosaku) and Mobius fail to recognize Loki. The TVA has been utterly changed at its core — now owing its existence to either Kang or Immortus. From their point of view, Loki never arrived at the TVA for judgement and the TVA is operating more or less as it always has.At least, that s one possibility.The other: Kang s (or Immortus s) TVA employs more than one variant B-15 and Mobius in its ranks. The ones Loki knows are still up in the control room watching the timeline unravel.Either way, Loki is the only one who can perceive the fundamental shift in things at this point. And we re not just talking about Loki as a series. Out in the wider MCU (and Phase 4), no one is aware of the Multiversal War, Nathaniel Richards, or the existence of variants. Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen) is still reading The Darkhold. Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie) is still getting used to being Captain America, and Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson) is still dead. It will be interesting to see if Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings or Eternals make any reference to the Multiverse in the coming months.(Photo by Marvel Studios)Granted, there s a definite point at which the events of Loki will come to light for a different set of characters: Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. And if the rumors about Spider-Man: No Way Home are true, Peter Parker (Tom Holland) may be the first to really experience what the death of He Who Remains means down at a street level.Which is the challenge for Marvel Studios going forward: making the timey-wimey happenings of Loki compatible with more straight-forward things like Secret Invasion or Hawkeye. Then again, one of the advantages of the studio s storytelling technique is that it can set up ideas like these and let them simmer for a project or four.Also, there is an interesting conflict buried under all of this: How can Loki stop Kang and still retain the possibility of free will? As we ve said all along, the problem of free will is unique for the MCU because the characters are, ultimately, beholden to the whims of studio president Kevin Feige. In a very real way, they are incapable of choice. As presented within the context of the story, Nathaniel Richards war is the ultimate result of free will and the Sacred Timeline is the best way to minimize suffering on a multiversal scale. But is becoming a prisoner to his nature the only workable solution?Maybe it won t be Loki s conflict to resolve in the end. Perhaps the only way to stop a Richards is with another Richards — one a bit more, well, fantastic.Loki season 2 is now available to stream in its entirety on Disney+.亚博app买球信誉靠谱Endgame vs. the MCU: After three days, the Fifth Biggest MCU Movie – and Coming for the CrownAt 0 million, Avengers: Endgame immediately becomes the 50th highest-grossing domestic film of all-time. That is already more than Aquaman grossed in 105 days. It also took Captain Marvel 24 days to gross what Endgame did in three; and Endgame is now the fifth highest-grossing film in the MCU. In a remarkable bit of solidarity, Captain Marvel moved up to second place at the box office this weekend, dropping just 11% for an eighth-weekend haul of million. That’s the 10th best eighth weekend of all time (up from last week’s 15th best seventh weekend) and the fifth best this for the current century, behind Avatar (.8 million), Frozen (.7 million), Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle ( million), and Black Panther (.7 million).And let s get super math-y for a minute. If we were playing the Take Two game from The Price is Right – where you have to pick the cost of two prizes that add up to a specific amount – the only MCU title one could pick to combine with another for a total less than Endgame’s opening weekend is The Incredible Hulk. Take that movie s 4.8 million, match it with Captain America: The First Avenger (6.6 million), Ant-Man (0.2 million), Thor (1.0), or Thor: The Dark World (6.3 million) and you have the only pairings that come up less than Endgame’s 0 million start. Only eight films in the MCU have grossed more in their entire run than Endgame did in three-and-a-third days.There has been no fatigue with the MCU, as frequently as that myth has been told. Endgame had already grossed 5 million outside of the U.S. before even opening here. Through Sunday, Endgame has grossed 9 million internationally (14th all-time) and .2 billion globally (the eighth MCU film to reach that milestone and the fastest ever to pass it). Those numbers make Endgame the 18th highest-grossing film of all time internationally. And it s done that since Thursday.Records on the Horizon: Endgame Sets its Sights on Avatar, The Force Awakens(Photo by @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, @ Marvel Studios)Domestically, Avengers: Endgame is now beyond targeting the totals of the two mega-grossing James Cameron films, Avatar and Titanic – because it is going for the big dog. Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the highest-grossing film ever domestically, earned 6.7 million here and Endgame is already blowing past all of its early records. Avatar is the all-time world champ with .78 billion – and that s going to be a tough number to beat, even for a film expected to become just the fifth film ever to gross billion worldwide. Other records that Endgame has its eye on for next week include:Biggest 10-Day Gross: Star Wars: The Force Awakens (0 million)Biggest Second Weekend: Star Wars: The Force Awakens (9.2 million)Smallest Drop For A Film Opening To Over 0 million: Star Wars: The Force Awakens (-39.8%)Fifth Highest Worldwide Gross Ever: Jurassic World (.671 billion)It would take a drop of more than 57.4% for Endgame to not break the second-weekend record held by The Force Awakens. Thirteen of the 21 previous MCU films had drops lower than that. We predict that at least two of the records above will fall next week. Though highly unlikely, it would be remarkable if it bests the 39.8% drop of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. And if it does, one should expect just about every record to fall after that.This Time Last Year: It All Began With a Record-Breaking First Weekend for Infinity War(Photo by @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, @ Marvel Studios)Getting a sense of déjà vu? On this same weekend last year, Avengers: Infinity War grossed 7.6 million, breaking the record for the highest opening weekend ever – a record that lasted officially one year minus a day. Its per-theater-average of ,599 was still second to The Force Awakens, and it would not go on to outgross the all-time champ, nor its Marvel counterpart, Black Panther. That film got a similar boost to what Captain Marvel got this week, dropping just 4% from the previous weekend and finishing in the top five. The rest of the Top 10 grossed a combined .31 million for a grand total of 3.01 million, and the films averaged 59.3% on the Tomatometer. This year’s Top 10 grossed an estimated 7.5 million and averaged 69.5% on the Tomatometer.On the Vine: Long Shot Set To Top Newcomers, At a Distant SecondJoel MearesIt takes a brave rom-com to go up against a juggernaut, but next week s has the critics on its side. Jonathan Levine’s Long Shot, with Charlize Theron and Seth Rogen, is at 84% on the Tomatometer after its SXSW premiere in March. Look for it to lead the newcomers handily. Among those newcomers are STX’s first foray into animation with UglyDolls, based on the line of plush toys. In The Intruder Dennis Quaid pulls a reverse Cold Creek Manor as the previous owner of a home terrorizing the new couple (Michael Ealy and Meagan Good) who have moved in.The Full Top 10: April 26-28Avengers: Endgame (2019) 94% – 0 million (0 million total)Captain Marvel (2019) 79% – .05 million (3.58 million total)The Curse of La Llorona (2019) 28% – .5 million (.28 million total)Breakthrough (2019) 63% – .30 million (.11 million total)Shazam! (2019) 90% – .52 million (1.15 million total)Little (2019) 46% – .44 million (.85 million total)Dumbo (2019) 46% – .24 million (7.01 million total)Pet Sematary (2019) 57% – .29n (.61 million total)Dumbo (2019) 46% – .14 million (2.84 million total)Penguins (2019) 92% – .05 million (.72 million total)

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(Photo by Todd Wawrychuk/A.M.P.A.S. via Getty Images)After a seemingly endless awards season, the big night is finally here: The 93rd Academy Awards! And – as expected – Nomadland has won Best Picture on a night when the statuettes were split between a number of films, with no single movie dominating. Nomadland went on to win a total of three awards (more on that below) to lead all films, while Ma Rainey s Black Bottom, Mank, Sound of Metal, Judas and the Black Messiah, and The Father, all tied with two trophies apiece. The latter also managed arguably the biggest upset of the night, with star Anthony Hopkins taking the Best Actor award over the late Chadwick Boseman, who many had pegged as the front runner for his work in Ma Rainey s Black Bottom.History was made on multiple fronts, with the first ever wins for Black and Hispanic creatives in the Makeup and Hairstyling category, and Chloé Zhao becoming the first woman of Asian descent – and only second woman ever – to win Best Director, for Nomadland. Meanwhile, Yuh-jung Youn, who plays an incorrigible grandmother in Minari, became the first South Korean woman to win Best Supporting Actress and delivered an acceptance speech for the ages.In two of the night s most memorable moments, Daniel Kaluuya won Best Supporting Actor for Judas and the Black Messiah, while Another Round was named Best International Feature Film, allowing director Thomas Vinterberg to pay moving tribute to his late daughter.Recommended: Biggest Moments of the 2021 Academy AwardsRecommended: 2021 Oscars Red Carpet Photo Gallery Recommended: Rotten Tomatoes Predicts the 2021 Oscar Winners!Recommended: The Biggest Snubs and Surprises of the 2021 Oscar NominationsRecommended: All the Winners of the 2020 Golden Tomato Awards The 93rd Academy Awards aired live on ABC on April 25, 2021.Full List Of Winners: 93rd Academy AwardsBest Picture

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Rotten Tomatoes Users Vote 'The Joker' the Most Memorable Movie Moment of the Last 21 Years The Dark Knight takes home the crown, with Infinity War, Sixth Sense, Up, and Moonlight following. by RT Staff | August 19, 2019 | Comments

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Almost 10 years to the day of Zombieland s 2009 release, the original director and cast are back in Zombieland: Double Tap. Is the sequel worth the wait? That s what we re asking movie critics Scott Mantz and Chauncey K. Robinson, as well as Rotten Tomatoes editor Alex Vo, in this deep and spoiler-heavy breakdown of the zom-com sequel. Do original cast members Woody Harrelson, Emma Stone, Jesse Eisenberg, and Abigail Breslin still have that chemistry that made the first film a hit? And what about newcomers Rosario Dawson and Zoey Deutch? Is Double Tap as funny and gory as the original? And should we expect a Zombieland 3 come October 2029? Host Mark Ellis is asking the tough and fun questions as we tear into the flesh of Zombieland: Double Tap. Zombieland: Double Tap is in theaters now.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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(Photo by NBC)It s been 15 years since The Office first premiered on March 24, 2005. The notion of an American take on the Ricky Gervais–created UK series of the same name was a risk. But NBC was up for the challenge. Greg Daniels (creator of King of the Hill and former writer on The Simpsons) assembled a talented ensemble — Steve Carell, John Krasinski, Jenna Fischer, Mindy Kaling, Rainn Wilson, Ellie Kemper, and many more — to disrupt the world of TV sitcoms. The workplace comedy that put Scranton, Pennsylvania, on the map definitely endured a rocky start, along with the threat of cancellation, but it eventually found its footing and has since gone on to be considered a television great.After nine seasons, the program came to an end on May 16, 2013. And yet, all these years later, The Office continues to be in high demand. As social distancing becomes our new norm, more-and-more viewers are looking for some small-screen comfort food, and The Office just keeps ticking all the boxes — it is all sort of poetic when you think of it.With NBC s plan to exclusively house the series on its new platform Peacock by year s end, the game-changing sitcom continues to be one of Netflix s most popular shows.Recommended: The 200 Best Comedy Series of All TimeSure, the times and technology have definitely changed, but the program sidestepped addressing current events or politics, instead focusing on the cast of unique characters, a variety of oddball situations, and a surprisingly large amount of heartfelt drama. That winning combination has kept The Office relevant and relatable. Case in point: pop-music sensation Billie Eilish was just four-years-old when the series started airing on NBC, but she s such a die-hard fan of the program (in 2019, the Grammy-winning singer admitted to watching the series 12 times, in its entirety) that she once stunned Office star Wilson with her trivia knowledge about the series.In this cluttered television landscape, how has the show endured? Let s take a closer look at the many ways The Office changed TV forever.IT BROUGHT THE MOCKUMENTARY FORMAT FRONT-AND-CENTER(Photo by NBC)Up until fairly recently, the multi-camera format was the name of the game in the sitcom world. The Office changed all that. It wasn t the first comedy to strip away the studio audience and live theater aesthetic, mind you. Shows like Scrubs, Arrested Development, and Reno 911! had already charted that territory. But the stripped-down format of the NBC series, along with the mundane nature of the Dunder Mifflin set, shed the Hollywood-ness of the production and brought the audience into the relatable on-the-job story in a way that hadn t really happened in television since the early days of M*A*S*H.The Office was, in its own story world, the result of a hardly-seen crew that was filming a documentary titled The Office: An American Workplace. With that rule firmly in-place, each character in the series was given carte blanche to spread their wacky wings and break the fourth wall whenever it was justified — whether it was Jim Halpert (Krasinski) giving a knowing look to camera, Dwight Schrute (Wilson) flexing his intrinsic knowledge about Amish farm-life, or the many confessional interviews conducted with the paper company s quirky employees.IT SURVIVED THE PIVOT TO REALITY AND HELPED OTHERS DO SO TOO(Photo by NBC)When The Office started airing, there was a new genre of programming to contend with: reality TV. The barrage of easy-to-shoot, low-cost productions like American Idol, Survivor, and The Bachelor attracted a huge viewership and led to the worry that this type of programming would end up being the content king, kicking freshman comedies and dramas to the curb.Instead of trying to fight this trend, Greg Daniels leaned into the show s documentary style and gave audiences some familiar-feeling sequences, from the personal interviews we mentioned above to the guerrilla filmmaking aesthetic that found the camera crew often struggling to keep up with the action as it unfolded. In the process, a fresh crop of mockumentary-style programs (Modern Family and Parks and Recreation, to name a couple) began popping up, using these reality-style story mechanisms to tell their respective tales, creating a new narrative language, altogether.WITH SOME HEART, IT BROUGHT CRINGE COMEDY TO THE MAINSTREAM(Photo by NBC)NBC had placed a huge gamble on The Office, relying heavily on the groundwork Gervais laid with the UK series. After its first season finished, it was clear that the network did not yet have a bona fide hit on its hands. One of the main reasons for this was Carell s performance as Michael Scott. Instead of making the character his own, the actor mirrored a lot of what Gervais had done as Office boss David Brent in the UK version. The character wasn t likable, the chemistry with the rest of the cast fell flat, and the comedic story struggled to connect with audiences.Luckily for everyone, NBC gave the show another chance. Thanks to the theatrical success of Judd Apatow s The 40 Year Old Virgin, Carell s celebrity status got a major boost. Suddenly, The Office had a name actor in the title role. And in season 2, Carell gave Michael Scott a welcome sense of empathy and heart, helping to off-set his awfully awkward, inappropriate personality.That story tweak led the charge. Soon, The Office became a wonderful balancing act with its slapstick pranks and cringe comedy on one side and some heartfelt, dramatic story elements on the other. It offered escapism that still hit close to home, as the series regularly explored office-style politics and the realistic worry of job stability, and gave us the blossoming love story of Jim and Pam (Fischer), which was a solid foundation for each and every episode.IT WAS AHEAD OF THE ONLINE-VIEWING CURVE(Photo by Chris Haston/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images via Getty Images)When The Office hit, MySpace was the website of choice and Twitter was a year away from launching. That didn t stop the show from embracing the coming social media revolution. Recognizing the changing ways in which viewers were consuming content, NBC made The Office one of the first programs to be available to watch on the internet. Once Apple grew its iTunes Store lineup in 2005, audiences began purchasing individual episodes of the show which gave the sitcom a huge boost in numbers when it returned to the network for its second season.Additionally, starting in 2008, The Office began offering fans webisodes for online viewing in-between televised seasons. These short-form episodic stories dug deeper into the lives of different Dunder Mifflin employees, from Kevin s adventures in paying off his debt in Kevin s Bank Loan to Erin and Kelly s team-up as pop girl singing group Subtle Sexuality. IT WAS A COMEDY BOOTCAMP FOR SOME OF TODAY S FUNNIEST PERFORMERS AND CREATORS (Photo by NBC)It s probably safe to say that The Office wouldn t be the comedy classic it is today without the epic cast and crew that helped bring the series to life. Obviously, Carell s newfound celebrity status helped the program get a slew of eyes on it, but the show featured a whole cavalcade of now-marquee Hollywood talent who were fresh-faced newcomers when the workplace comedy first hit the small screen.Dabbling in an experimental, improv-infused work environment, the actors and writers on the show were able to play and find moments and scenes that surprised and delighted fans the world over. Take the kiss between Michael and Oscar in The Gay Witch Hunt, for instance. That bit wasn t scripted, but it was necessary to take things up-a-notch. And it s just one of many examples that make up this collective creative experience of putting The Office together. The program as an epic comedy boot camp for some of today s A-List talent.(Photo by NBC)Before The Office, Krasinski was an unknown actor. He made a name for himself as Jim Halpert on the NBC series and has since used his star power to pivot from the world of comedy to headline TV dramas like Amazon s Jack Ryan and direct movies like A Quiet Place. Kaling didn t just star in the series as Kelly Kapoor, she was also a writer on the series – along with her on-screen beau B.J. Novak, who played Ryan in the series. Her experience on The Office helped pave the way for her to create TV projects like The Mindy Project and Four Weddings and a Funeral.And, while there are many more names worth mentioning (the ongoing character acting work of Wilson and Craig Robinson and Kemper s hilarious stint as former cult member Kimmy Schmidt come to mind), we d be completely remiss if we left out Michael Schur. The former Office writer has prospered greatly in the land of television, creating comedy hits like Parks and Recreation, The Good Place, and Brooklyn Nine-Nine.(Photo by NBC)The Office supplied some of the internet s most enduring memes and memorable quotes, and to this day, people still dress up as Dwight for Halloween. Rumors are floating around that an Office reboot may be in our future — don t tease us! And while the groundbreaking comedy went off-the-air seven years ago, The Office — much like Seinfeld and Friends, before it — is beloved by the masses, is still finding a new audience, and has cemented its status as a star in TV and pop-culture history.
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Ghcxuf Now that the cliffhanger is out of the way and you don t have to talk around it — Cody is dead, though Ryan Philippe will continue to appear on the show occasionally — how would you describe Big Sky to viewers?I think it was a very smart and interesting marketing campaign to use him as part of the draw. That triangle that you actually see, it s physically on all the posters with my character, Jenny, and Cassie and Cody Hoyt. Even though he isn t in majority of the rest of the series, his character — because he is the thread for Jenny and Cassie s relationship — he will constantly be in the back of the mind, if not part of the underlying tension between the two of us. So he s very much still a part of the show, a part of who these two women are and what drives them to solve the cases. Even though they re two polar-opposite, strong, independent women, they have a mutual love for Cody Hoyt, and they also have a mutual respect for one another and a mutual goal to help try to find a him and try to help find the girls now.What does the show look like going forward? Obviously Jenny and Cassie will have to team up, but are they going to be looking for Cody? Are they going to focus on looking for the girls? How much do they have to work together?You don t really know until you read the scripts of what exactly is [coming], but these are two very empowering characters, very flawed as well. They each have their own quirks and traumas independently. What s interesting about Jenny s character, she s gone through so much and obviously she definitely feels betrayed by Cody, but also by Cassie, her friend. And that was added in on a last-minute basis — we reshot that opening scene, just really, honestly, two and a half weeks ago. I can t believe it s already airing today. But I think it highlights the fact that it was important to establish that they do have a history. And in terms of where this series is going to go, well, you do know that it s based on C. J. Box s books, David Kelley is adapting and making Jenny a big part of the case-solving moving forward. But for Jenny, it s really one step at a time right now. You will see her find out the news of Cody s death, and she has a lot of healing to do and needs closure. And one way of doing that is to figure out how that happened, and to get the girls and to try to find them.It s interesting on procedural shows because usually there s just an opening close case per week, sometimes it may bleed into several episodes. But what s interesting about David Kelley s writing stakes are higher and there s a personal motivation to do it. You see that it s very evident in the first episode, and it s very important also as the series goes on to see that this is what s really driving Jenny to find her husband and to find the reason why and find these girls.(Photo by ABC/Kharen Hill)You can tell from the first episode that Jenny is passionate, which is exemplified in this physical fight that Jenny and Cassie have over Cassie hooking up with Cody. But do you think that two grown women would really have a fistfight about some guy?Right away, especially when you see the first episode, you want to get as much information as you possibly can and where the series is going to go and who these lead actors are. And I think that says a lot about it — these girls have no problems getting down and dirty and fighting for what they believe in. And in that situation, when you find out you re betrayed by a close friend and your husband, there are heightened emotions. We ve all gone through traumas and sometimes you react a certain way that is not necessarily the right way. But I think for me also, coming from a martial arts background and training martial arts for many years and running martial arts schools and doing my own stunts, it was important for me to keep this raw and real and dirty in a lot of ways, because you don t really see two girls just going at it. I wanted the hair pulling and the punching and stuff like that — it s Montana, [and] these girls are rough and tough. They re outdoors women, and they can hold their own.Well, clearly you re very good at playing a woman who can hold her own.I ve been really lucky in my career to work with incredible showrunners and creators that write women well, and I ve been so blessed. I think that s why I signed on to this series, especially so quickly after Vikings. David Kelley, I had been a huge fan of his for many years, from the Ally McBeal years, and obviously what he s done with Big Little Lies. He knows how to write women, and not just their strengths, but also their flaws and their vulnerability. And I think that s important, too, for everyone to see that you can be strong, but you also can be empathetic and you can be authentic as well as a woman.(Photo by Bernard Walsh/History)After being on Vikings for the better part of a decade, did you intend to sign on for something that could also run for another 10 years or so?I told the TV department of my agency, I m like, I m gonna take a break. I have a movie coming out with Sean Penn that I m very excited about called Flag Day, and I got a chance to direct Vikings, and I was honored enough to get an award for Best Director just recently for the Women s Image Awards. I was kind of ready to settle down and get to L.A. because I was in Ireland for so many years. But this was a straight offer and it s David E. Kelley, and there are some times in your career where you re like, Well, I can t say no to something like this. And I ve been so blessed also with ABC taking a risk, and they re taking a risk in so many different ways: They re taking a risk with not only two strong female leads, but also it s a very dark show, it s a very twisted show, and to be on a network, on ABC, where typically it feels like this should be more of a cable show, but to take that risk and try some new material, I commend them for that. Also, even our casting choices — such a stellar cast: everybody from John [Carroll Lynch] to Natalie [Alyn Lind] and Jade [Pettyjohn] and Brian [Geraghty], but also the first non-binary [series regular] on the show as well [Jesse James Keitel]. I m just really proud of them that they re not afraid to tackle not only great casting choices, but also material; we re dealing with sex trafficking, the pandemic is also written in the script, and topics that are somewhat uncomfortable, and that s what I find really makes compelling, exciting television.(Photo by ABC/Darko Sikman)Vikings has a very devoted fan base. Do you think that Big Sky will appeal to those fans?This is a very different show in a lot of different aspects. This will appeal to people that love thrillers and love suspense. This also will appeal to people that love strong women characters. This will appeal to people that are looking for a serialized procedural that want to come week to week to turn on their TV screens. So the show has a lot of different elements.[With] Vikings, we were so blessed to have the most devoted fans from all around the world in all these different countries. I really found that it was a show that was a lot of water-cooler talk, that people started talking about and telling their friends, and we developed an incredible loyal fan base as the years progressed. Whereas this show, I feel that it can check a lot of boxes really quickly and that if you re in any age range, any ethnic background, you will come for the show for not only just thrills, but you will stay for the characters, and you ll stay for the interesting storylines.And also the marketing campaign is completely different. This show is coming out with a bang — so you can see it in bus stops and billboards and commercials and everywhere. We re here shooting in Vancouver, so we re a little bit in a bubble, so I haven t seen it firsthand, but I ve been hearing about it. We re so lucky to have ABC really believe in us and believe in the show, and we re one of the first shows in COVID land to really be out there and making it work. We re just so lucky to be able to work in this time.The pandemic is written into the show, but it almost feels like it s happened in the past and isn t actively happening at the moment so viewers aren t necessarily in the thick of it.I ve been fortunate to spend a lot of time in Montana recently. I have a house there with my fiance, so it s nice to actually see what Montana girls are really like. And it is a small place. Everybody knows each other. The women are pretty tough there. The sense of equality is really strong — women do take care of themselves and provide for their families. It s a very interesting culture for women there. And in terms of the pandemic, I feel that now it s hit everywhere, but at the time we started shooting it was definitely a zone that wasn t necessarily as active for COVID. And also there s a lot of landscape, there s a lot of free, open air. You will see that in our show as well.(Photo by Jonathan Hession and History)You got to direct an episode in the final season of Vikings, so is that something you re hoping to do more of in the future?Absolutely. I actually will have the chance to direct Big Sky, hopefully in the coming seasons if not next year. I think for any actor it is such a blessing if they ever have the opportunity to get behind the camera. I was so lucky to get a chance to have my directorial debut on Vikings and have a crew who, after six years, really had my back. It s one of the reasons I got a chance to direct. But it s it s something that has been such a learning curve and and for any actor is such a great learning experience because you really see a different view of storytelling through a director s lens. If anything I started directing before I was an actress. I started directing plays in high school, so directing has always been my first love, believe it or not. In front of the camera has always taken precedence for many years, but I will be directing a lot more, and you will see me in the future direct a lot more. Big Sky airs Tuesdays at 10 p.m. on ABC.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News. 😈😈

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亚博app买球信誉靠谱 This Week s Ketchup brings you more headlines from the world of film development news, covering such titles as The Batman, The Color Purple, The Nutty Professor, and The Thing. This WEEK S TOP STORYKELLY MARIE TRAN WILL MAKE HISTORY IN RAYA AND THE LAST DRAGON(Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images)Despite the delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic on live-action production, many animated projects appear to be moving forward with fewer delays. One of these is Walt Disney Animation s Raya and the Last Dragon, which was indeed pushed back from its original release date of November 25, 2020 to March 12, 2021. Although that move initially appeared to be due to general trends and not the film s production itself, it turns out that wasn t necessarily the case, as Walt Disney Pictures is indeed using those extra four months to recast the voice lead, hire a new co-writer, and replace the film s directors. Kelly Marie Tran, who played Rose Tico in the recent Star Wars sequels, is taking over the role of Raya, replacing Cassie Steele, which makes Tran, who is Vietnamese American, the first person of Southeast Asian heritage to voice the lead role in a Disney animated feature. The film s new directors are Don Hall (Big Hero 6, Moana) and Carlos Lopez Estrada (Blindspotting), and the film s newest screenwriter is Qui Nguyen (Vietgone). Awkwafina, who is voicing the titular dragon, remains attached as Tran s co-star; she will also co-star in Marvel s Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings next year on May 7, 2021.Other Top Headlines1. BLUMHOUSE PARTNERING WITH JOHN CARPENTER ON THE RETURN OF THE THING (Photo by Universal courtesy Everett Collection)The complicated thing about complaining about all remake projects is that some of the most beloved movies of all time were themselves also remakes, or at least retreads (The Wizard of Oz, The Maltese Falcon, etc.) The sci-fi horror genre in particular had a spate of better than the original remakes that arguably started in 1978 with Invasion of the Body Snatchers (Certified Fresh at 93%), and included John Carpenter s The Thing (Certified Fresh at 84%), and David Cronenberg s The Fly ( Certified Fresh at 92%). Universal Pictures attempted a return to The Thing in 2011 (Rotten at 35%) that actually turned out to be a prequel, and there have been other projects in recent years (in particular, one would be an adaptation of a recently discovered longer version of the original story Who Goes There? called Frozen Hell). Blumhouse recently did quite well with a horror remake  The Invisible Man, Certified Fresh at 91%  its strongest partnership just happens to be with Universal Pictures, the same studio behind The Thing. And so, that brings us to this week s news that Blumhouse is now partnering with producer and director John Carpenter on a new reboot of his 1982 film. There are no premise updates (such as whether it will be a period piece set in the 1980s or set in modern times), but one thing we can guess is that Carpenter will probably not direct the remake, as he also gave over his Halloween franchise to David Gordon Green (Halloween Kills and Halloween Ends are coming in 2021 and 2022).2. DIRECTOR OF BEYONCE S BLACK IS KING ADAPTING THE COLOR PURPLE MUSICAL (Photo by Disney+)A year after voicing Nala in Disney s computer animated remake of The Lion King (Rotten at 52%), Beyonce released a musical companion to the 2019 album The Lion King: The Gift called Black is King (Certified Fresh at 98%) on Disney+. Now, Black is King director Blitz Bazawule (A.K.A. Blitz the Ambassador) has signed on with Warner Bros. for another movie musical, which is the studio s adaptation of the Tony-winning Broadway musical The Color Purple. Reportedly, several of the musical s producers, including Oprah Winfrey, Quincy Jones, and Steven Spielberg, all saw Bazawule s movie The Burial of Kojo on Netflix and were wowed by his vibrant visual style. Winfrey, of course, co-starred with Whoopi Goldberg in the original feature adaptation of The Color Purple (Fresh at 81%), which was directed by Spielberg, and whose music was composed by Jones. Screenwriter Marcus Gardley (The Chi, NOS4A2) is adpating the Broadway musical, which was itself a reimaging of Alice Walker s novel The Color Purple, upon which Spielberg s movie was based. It s not yet known if Warner Bros. will cast new performers (like, say, Beyonce) for the movie, recruit the Broadway cast, or perhaps a combination of both.3. AMY ADAMS JOINS BROADWAY HIT ADAPTATION DEAR EVAN HANSEN  (Photo by Jef Hernandez/Everett Collection)The Color Purple isn t the only recent Tony-winning Broadway hit getting a movie adaptation soon, as Universal Pictures is also getting ready to produce Dear Evan Hansen, which won six Tony Awards, including Best Actor (Ben Platt), Best Featured Actress, Best Score, and Best Musical. Ben Platt has long been attached to reprise his titular lead role, but Universal appears to be mostly attracting movie stars for many of the other parts, including Kaitlyn Dever (Booksmart, Certified Fresh at 97%) and Amandla Stenberg (The Hate U Give, Certified Fresh at 97%). We can now add Amy Adams to the list, as she will be playing the mother of Caitlyn Dever s character (Colton Ryan has also been cast as Connor, a student whose death is central to the musical s plot). Dear Evan Hansen will be directed by Stephen Chbosky (Wonder, Certified Fresh at 85%). There is currently no release date for Dear Evan Hansen, but Universal Pictures may be eyeing it as a possible late 2021 awards season contender.4. DC FANDOME PART 1: THE BATMAN, THE FLASH, THE SUICIDE SQUAD (Photo by @mattreevesLA)In the final days of a summer in which San Diego Comic-Con was severely diminished as a pop culture event by the COVID-19 pandemic, Warner Bros. held their own online event called DC FanDome. Although there were many interesting panels, trailers, and videos, the biggest single video to debut at DC FanDome was arguably the first trailer for The Batman (10/1/2021). In addition to Batman himself (Robert Pattinson), Catwoman (Zoe Kravitz), the Riddler (Paul Dano), and Jim Gordon (Jeffrey Wright), sharp-eyed fans also noticed that we can see Colin Farrell as the Penguin, and really smart fans have already deciphered the Riddler s riddles seen in the teaser/trailer. In related news, Barry Keoghan (Dunkirk, The Killing of a Sacred Deer) has joined The Batman as Gordon s first partner, Stanley Menkel. In another DC FanDome event, we also got to see early concept art for Barry Allen s new costume in the time travel adventure The Flash (6/3/2022). Director James Gunn had way more to show off for his version of The Suicide Squad (8/6/2021), including 29 set images, pop art style images for the film s various villains/mercenaries, and a two-minute video with sneak peeks at some of the film s action.5. DC FANDOME PART 2: BLACK ADAM, SHAZAM: FURY OF THE GODS (Photo by © Warner Bros. Pictures)Two of the other upcoming DC Comics movies that were spotlighted at DC FanDome are Dwayne Johnson s Black Adam (12/22/2021) and the sequel Shazam: Fury of the Gods (11/4/2022), which are directly connected to each other because of Black Adam s roots coming directly from the Shazam mythos. Following a big year on The CW as the stars of Stargirl, a version of the Justice Society of America was revealed through Black Adam concept art, although with only four members revealed (Atom-Smasher, Cyclone, Dr. Fate, and Hawkman), the Black Adam version seems like a much smaller roster than the comics (which in the past has sometimes included over a dozen members at once). You can also see lots of non-JSA concept images here. Shazam! star Zachary Levi was also on hand to reveal that the sequel s title will be Shazam: Fury of the Gods, although the panel did not specify which gods in question are so furious, why, and at whom. Comedian Sinbad was also involved, which teased that maybe he might be in the sequel, although there s a strong chance he was just there as a reference to the Internet s most discussed example of The Mandela Effect. 6. ADAM PALLY, AUBREY PLAZA JOIN BELUSHI BIOPIC(Photo by Priscilla Grant, Dee Cercone/Everett Collection)Some stars are so larger-than-life that they get multiple biopics. One such example is John Belushi, who was depicted by Michael Chiklis in Wired (Rotten at 4%) in 1989, just seven years after Belushi s death in 1982 at the age of 33. The new biopic, to be titled just Belushi, made the news in December, as at that point, Broadway star Alex Brightman was expected to be starring as John Belushi. Possibly in the interest of attracting investors and financing, the producers of Belushi appear to be seeking more famous actors, as they are now in talks with Happy Endings co-star Adam Pally to play John Belushi instead. Two other major roles may also going to bigger names, as Ike Barinholtz (The Mindy Project) is in talks to play Belushi s Blues Brothers collaborator Dan Aykroyd, and Aubrey Plaza may be cast as Belushi s wife, Judith Belushi (Pisano). Belushi will be directed by David Frankel (The Devil Wears Prada) from a screenplay by Steve Conrad (The Pursuit of Happyness; co-writer of Wonder).7. ARE YOU READY TO GET KLUMPED AGAIN? THE NUTTY PROFESSOR REBOOT IN THE WORKS (Photo by Universal courtesy Everett Collection)The pop culture obsession with the 1980s and the rate at which movies from that era have inspired remakes has arguably had an impact on how quickly movies from the 1990s are receiving their own remakes. Consider, for example, how many more remakes of 1980s movies there were in 2010 than there were 1990s remakes in 2020. The biggest comedy hit of 1996 was itself a remake, as Eddie Murphy took over the role as The Nutty Professor (Fresh at 64%) originated by Jerry Lewis in the 1963 original (Fresh at 85%). Both movies were about an awkward scientist who transforms himself into an alter ego called Buddy Love, but Eddie Murphy s version also made the scientist morbidly obese (Jerry Lewis version was just goofy). The Nutty Professor is now getting a new reboot and it s coming from the same production company that is currently prepare to film Scream 5, itself a continuation of one of the 1990s most popular franchises. It s not yet known if this third iteration of The Nutty Professor will have any horror elements (one could see how it could easily drift into body horror ), or if it will just be a straight up comedy romp.8. ROCKETMAN STAR TARON EGERTON TO SMUGGLE TETRIS TO THE MASSES (Photo by Giles Keyte/©20th Century Fox Film Corp.)The 1984 video game hit Tetris has been such an innocuous part of pop culture for decades now that it is easy to forget that (and many people may not even know this) it was actually invented during the final years of the USSR. Taron Egerton (Rocketman, Kingsman: The Secret Service) is now signed to star in Tetris, which will depict the cloak and dagger efforts that led to the original Tetris video game effectively being smuggled out of the USSR, including the involvement of the KGB. Egerton will play Dutch-born video game entrepeneur Henk Rogers, whose story Egerton is calling definitely more Social Network than LEGO Movie. That distinction is important to point out, as there have indeed been stories in the recent past about a Tetris movie (or a trilogy, even) that would have been a more direct video game movie adaptation. This is a different Tetris movie, to be directed by the same director as Stan Ollie (Certified Fresh at 92%), even, to give you an idea of how unlike a video game movie it will probably be.

In the lead up to Avengers: Endgame, we invited fans to take part in a mammoth survey to find out your favorite movies, characters, and moments from the Marvel Cinematic Universe – so far! Hundreds of Rotten Tomatoes fans took part, weighing in on their favorite Avengers, their favorite villains, their most heartbreaking Infinity War deaths, and which post-Endgame movie they re most excited to see. (Because it may be the endgame this week, but the MCU will go on). We dug deep into the data to spot some fun trends, seeing if there were divides along gender lines (ladies love M Baku, who d have thunk it!?) and generations (our Millennial/Non-Millennial split told us a bunch). Check out the results and major findings below, and let us know your own answers in the comments section.Captain America and Iron Man Tie for Favorite Avenger With 53%, While Ladies Love Thor(Photo by @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, @ Marvel Studios)In one of our survey’s most unsurprising results, the two Avengers whose relationship underpins the entire MCU came out on top when we asked Who Is Your Favorite Avenger? Some 53% of fans cast votes for Tony Stark and Steve Rogers; Thor came in a close third with 50% of respondents naming him one of their favorites.Cap was the clear overall favorite when it came to younger fans: 64% of Millennials named him one of their favorites (compared with 55% for Iron Man). Female fans were slightly less into Steve, though, with 44% of female respondents saying he was a favorite, compared with 59% of males. For the ladies, it was all about the God of Thunder: Thor got the highest percentage of female votes, with 55% of female respondents designating the Asgardian one of their most beloved heroes.Spidey was surprisingly divisive, both between the sexes and among generations. While 46% of male fans called Peter Parker one of their favorite Avengers, just 29% of female fans did the same. Not surprisingly, the youngest Avenger has some serious Millennial appeal, getting 44% of Millennials to name him a fave, compared with 36% of Non-Millennials.The top nine favorites in our survey were all characters who have had standalone MCU films (Hulk, whose standalone film did not star Mark Ruffalo, came in last amongst those). The bottom eight have not had their own films, although one is on the way for Black Widow (ranked 10th), and Scarlet Witch, Vision, Bucky Barnes, and Falcon will all appear in limited series on Disney+.Here are the full results from the question, Who Is Your Favorite Avenger? (Note, people could vote for multiple characters.)Iron Man 53%Captain America   53%Thor 50%Spider-Man 39%Doctor Strange 30%Black Panther 29%Ant-Man 29%Captain Marvel 25%Hulk 23%Black Widow 18%Hawkeye 13%Scarlet Witch 13%Vision 10%Bucky Barnes 9%Falcon 7%Quicksilver 6%War Machine 6% In June 2019, Disney’s Pixar will head to infinity and beyond, once again, with the release of Toy Story 4. Although it will be nine years since the last film in the franchise, bringing back the family favorite characters voiced by Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, and others will no doubt result in a box office smash that – if history repeats – will warm even the coldest critic’s heart (all three of the first Toy Story  have perfect or near-perfect Tomatometers, and Toy Story 3 was even nominated for the Best Picture Oscar). But surefire revenue and review predictions aside, what do we actually know about the new film? Let’s explore what’s already been revealed.HEY HOWDY HEY! SAY HI TO THE RETURNING CAST MEMBERS(Photo by © Walt Disney Pictures)Hanks and Allen are returning to rekindle the on-again/off-again bromance between their respective cowboy Woody and astronaut Buzz Lightyear, and the fourth Toy Story also welcomes back Joan Cusack as cowgirl Jessie, Wallace Shawn as Rex the dinosaur, John Ratzenberger as Hamm the piggy bank, Annie Potts as Woody’s main squeeze Bo Peep, Estelle Harris as Mrs. Potato Head, and more franchise favorites.Don Rickles, who played Mr. Potato Head in the first three films, passed away in April 2017 before he recorded any work for the new film. However, the character was seen in a teaser video released in November, suggesting that he is a part of the project in some way. A replacement voice actor has yet to be announced – if, in fact, someone is needed and the filmmakers won’t rely on Rickles’ unused dialogue from previous projects – but that hasn’t stopped the fan speculation.NEW CHARACTERS! NEW PLOT?That teaser also introduced a new character: Forky, a spork voiced by Veep’s Tony Hale. Although he started out as kitchenware, Forky’s found new life as a toy, thanks to the meddling hands of the young Bonnie (a.k.a. the little girl who inherited some of the toys from the now college-age Andy at the end of Toy Story 3). Needless to say, Forky’s not handling this life change well – especially when Woody and Buzz make him an unwitting participant in a road trip dedicated to the awesomeness of being a toy.Said adventure may also have something to do with tracking down Potts’ Bo Peep, who was absent from Toy Story 3. However, that plot detail was shared in 2015, and there have been some shifts at Pixar since then (see below for more on that).Another teaser trailer showcased the voices of Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele as carnival toys Ducky and Bunny and who are pretty much plush versions of the valet characters the actors played in their Comedy Central sketch series, Key Peele. Perhaps Woody and Buzz’s joy ride includes a stop at a fair?During an appearance on NBC s The Tonight Show, Allen told host Jimmy Fallon that Keanu Reeves also has a tiny part in the film.There’s also a viral fan theory that puts a rather … adult … spin on the definition of which toys are allowed to have stories. There are slim chances any of that will make it into the movie.TOY STORY 4 HAS GONE THROUGH DRAFTS LIKE SID GOES THROUGH MATCHES(Photo by @ Walt Disney Pictures)While promoting Toy Story 3, director Lee Unkrich – who also worked on the first and second film – said that, although he was flattered by the suggestion, there were no plans for a Toy Story 4 and that he always considered the third film to be “the conclusion to one big story.” Continuing that thought, Pixar president Jim Morris has stressed that the fourth film will be a “separate story.”But writing that story? That’s been its own saga. Andrew Stanton, who co-wrote the previous Toy Story films, among countless other projects, wrote a treatment for the film with then-Pixar chief creative officer John Lasseter, Unkrich, and fellow Pixar regular Pete Docter.Rashida Jones and Will McCormack were also attached as writers but departed the project. When Lasseter left his post last year in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations, the duo stressed to The New York Times that they respect Pixar’s films but “it is also a culture where women and people of color do not have an equal creative voice.”In June of 2018, Potts told Radio Times that Pixar “threw out three-quarters of [the script] and rewrote” it, thus resulting in the film being pushed a year from its original June 15, 2018 premiere date. Stephany Folsom, who previously worked on Thor: Ragnarok and is now penning the Michelle Williams abortion drama This is Jane, stepped in to write the screenplay.PIXAR FAV JOSH COOLEY LANDS HIS FIRST FEATURE DIRECTOR CREDITLasseter’s departure also means that he is no longer co-directing Toy Story 4 with Josh Cooley, as originally planned. Cooley, whose credits also include serving as story supervisor on Pixar’s Inside Out and directing the short Riley’s First Date?, which included some of that film’s characters, is now the sole director on the film. It’s also his first credit as a feature film director.TOY STORY STILL HAS A FRIEND IN RANDY NEWMAN(Photo by @ Walt Disney Pictures)Musician Newman has an Oscar for writing the original song “We Belong Together” for Toy Story 3 and has nominations for writing the songs “You’ve Got a Friend in Me” for Toy Story and “When She Loved Me” for Toy Story 2. So it’s a no-brainer that he’s back with more original music for this film.Toy Story 4 is in theaters June 21, 2019.

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“What an amazing journey it’s been. I’ve been reading your comments, and the outpouring of love and support for our cast and crew has been truly overwhelming,” Schreiber wrote. “I know the big question on everyone’s mind is whether there will be a season 8. Truth is it’s in the networks hands. So if you want more, reach out to them at @showtime, @raydonovan, and @cbstv and let them know how you feel. Either way it’s been an amazing ride and we have all of you to thank for it. Xo Liev.”CASTING NEWS: MORE CAST ANNOUNCED FOR MARVEL’S M.O.D.O.K. WITH PATTON OSWALT AS A SUPERVILLAIN IN A MIDLIFE CRISIS(Photo by Marvel)Patton Oswalt will voice the titular megalomaniacal supervillain M.O.D.O.K. in the upcoming animated Hulu series Marvel’s M.O.D.O.K. Marvel’s first animated comedy for adults finds M.O.D.O.K. (Mental Organism Designed Only for Killing) in the thick of a midlife crisis: just as his marriage is crumbling, he has been ousted as the leader of his evildoing organization, A.I.M. (Advanced Idea Mechanics). Other cast members voicing M.O.D.O.K.’s family and foes: Aimee Garcia (Lucifer) as M.O.D.O.K.’s wife, Jodie, a mommy blogger; Ben Schwartz (Parks and Recreation) as M.O.D.O.K.’s son, Lou; Melissa Fumero (Brooklyn Nine-Nine) as Melissa. M.O.D.O.K.’s teen daughter; Wendi McLendon-Covey (The Goldbergs) as Monica, M.O.D.O.K.’s work rival; Saturday Night Live’s Beck Bennett as Austin Van Der Sleet, M.O.D.O.K.’s new twentysomething boss; Jon Daly (Curb Your Enthusiasm) as Super Adaptoid, the snarky machine that wants to overwrite his programming and possibly turn on M.O.D.O.K.; and Sam Richardson (Veep) as Gary, M.O.D.O.K.’s loyal minion.Katey Sagal has been cast as the lead in Rebel, ABC’s drama pilot about a legal advocate without a law degree, based on Erin Brockovich. The series is from Grey’s Anatomy showrunner Krista Vernoff. Sagal is currently guest starring as Dan Connor’s girlfriend on The Conners.GLOW star Betty Gilpin will play Ann Coulter in FX’s upcoming Impeachment: American Crime Story season, about the Bill Clinton–Monica Lewinsky scandal. Comedian Billy Eichner will portray Matt Drudge in the series. (DEADLINE)Dean Norris, the Claws star and Breaking Bad alum who will make a guest appearance in the upcoming fifth season of Better Call Saul, has signed on to star in Chuck Lorre’s CBS comedy pilot The United States of Al. The series stars Parker Young as Riley, a Marine combat veteran who struggles to readjust to life at home in Ohio. He bonds with Awalmir/Al, the interpreter who served with his unit in Afghanistan, and who has just moved to America. Norris will play Riley’s dad, also a Marine, who Riley lives with upon his return to Ohio. (DEADLINE)Rosario Dawson will star in DMZ, the HBO Max series from Ava DuVernay. The series, based on the comic book of the same name, set in a futuristic Manhattan that is the site of a brutal civil war. Dawson will play Alma, a medic who is trying to find her missing son. (DEADLINE)DEVELOPMENT NEWS: AWARDS SEASON FAVORITE PARASITE WILL LIVE ON, ON HBO(Photo by Neon)Parasite, the Korean-language thriller that racked up six Oscar nominations, including Best Picture, will live on as an HBO limited series. Best Director Oscar nominee Bong Joon-ho told The Hollywood Reporter the series will feature stories “that happen in between the sequences in the film.”Seth Rogen will co-produce an adaptation of the comic book Fear Agent for Amazon. THR reports Amazon won a fierce bidding war for the project, which tells the story of Heath Huston: “Interstellar invaders. Time travel. Clones of clones of clones, and lots of whiskey. Whether he’s battling the scourge of space, going back in time to stop the alien invasion that changed Earth forever, or winning his ex-wife back, there’s nothing that Heath Huston won’t do to try to right the wrongs and gets his family back. He is, after all, the last Fear Agent.”Justin Long will host and executive produce a new Disney+ competition series called Shop Class. Premiering on the streaming service on Feb. 28, the show will feature groups of young people challenged to design and build unique projects in each episode, while a panel of experts will evaluate and test the structures to determine a winning team. (THR)Facebook Watch has greenlit Red Table Talk, the Jada Pinkett Smith–hosted talk show, for three seasons, through 2022. In addition, Facebook Watch and producer Pinkett Smith will launch a new talk show in the franchise: Red Table Talk: The Estefans, featuring Gloria Estefan, her daughter Emily and her niece Lili.Bill Simmons is doing for music what his award-winning, consistently great 30 for 30 series has done for sports. The Ringer creator is teaming with HBO for a six-part docuseries that will explore larger issues and acts in the music industry. HBO was an investor in The Ringer and Ringer Films, which produced the Andre the Giant documentary, about the legendary wrestler and actor, for the cable network.Comedian Bert Kreischer will star in the Netflix improv comedy Cabin, in which he and celebrity friends like Anthony Anderson, Joel McHale, and Caitlyn Jenner will attempt to cleanse their “mind, body, and soul” at a remote cabin via “bizarre therapy techniques, intense physical challenges, and ridiculously improvised encounters with nature,” often with “disastrous” results, according to Netflix.Drew Barrymore’s fall 2020 daytime talk show, The Drew Barrymore Show, has cleared 85 percent of the country. Barrymore is also an executive producer on the series, which will be distributed by CBS Television Distribution.NBA legend, author, and activist Kareem Abdul-Jabbar will executive produce and be featured in the History Channel documentary Black Patriots, a “comprehensive picture of the African-American experience during the Revolutionary War,” with focus on Crispus Attucks, Peter Salem, Phillis Wheatley and James Armistead Lafayette. The special airs on Feb. 19.Lorena Bobbitt, the subject of an Amazon docuseries last year, will produce a fully authorized Lifetime movie about her life. Bobbitt, who became a household name in 1993 after she cut off her abusive husband’s penis, will be the subject of I Was Lorena Bobbitt, which will air during the second half of 2020 and document her tabloid fame in the ’90s and her work as an advocacy work on behalf of abused women.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

亚博app买球信誉靠谱 Congratulations to #HoneyBoy director @Almaharel for winning the First-Time Feature Film directing award at last night s #DGAAwards! pic.twitter.com/cvu0qSiQzu Rotten Tomatoes (@RottenTomatoes) January 26, 2020Let s talk about Free the Work – the searchable database you founded where people can find underrepresented creators to work with. It comes off the back of your organization, Free the Bid, which you developed to help people get work in commercials. Why did you set up these organizations — what need were you looking to fill?Har el: I guess I was very much like a struggling immigrant and an independent filmmaker, trying to make my mark and develop my voice and find a way to sustain myself. And I ve realized that a lot of the filmmakers that I grew up admiring — you could call them like independent American auteurs, like Spike Jonze — a lot of the ways some of these filmmakers supported themselves was through directing commercials. I always was wondering about it as somebody that has no safety net to fall on and no way to support myself financially and never went to film school. And I was like, how could these people exist? And how do they make it work between films? And realizing that it s such a big part of how male filmmakers often support themselves – is by directing other things. I wanted to make sure that the doors were open to women.When I got in myself and managed to direct some commercials and win awards for that, I realized that on every triple bid that I was on, I was always the only woman that s even allowed to bid. [Editor s note: a triple bid is where an advertiser, agency, or client requests bids for a project/assignment from three creatives.] So Free the Bid started before Free the Work by creating that kind of system of commitment from advertising agencies and brands to allow a woman to bid. And it definitely made a huge change in the advertising world in terms of the amount of women that are directing.I think what we re seeing now is, as with everything, that women of color and Black women haven t gotten the same opportunity as white women. But that s something we ve been really putting a lot of focus on since we launched Free the Work, which has expanded to take care and to represent and find opportunities for underrepresented creators that are not just women, but people of color and people from the LGBTQIA community, people with a disability. Ageism I would say is a huge thing, too, both for women and for men, but especially for women.So all of those things come together to really make sure that more women get an opportunity to be considered, to be hired, and also to sustain their careers when they re not making a movie, when they re not on a production. I think just seeing the amount of work that does get made, and then often doesn t get recognized, is another story that I ve also focused on in the past few years.Eliza Scanlen and Toby Wallace in Shannon Murphy s Babyteeth. (Photo by © IFC Films)That’s why I get such joy when I see some of the films on this list below. Because for instance, a film like Babyteeth, which is, to me it s like my favorite film of the year I would say. Eliza Scanlen gives an incredible performance; Toby Wallace is I think one of the best new actors that I ve seen. Michelle Lotters and Ben Mendelsohn, it s like four perfect performances. And it s directed by a woman, Shannon Murphy, it s her first film. It s written by Rita Kalnejais, it s her first script, a theater playwright. You have this film that has a first-time script writer and first-time director that had four incredible performances and definitely got some amazing reviews. And that s, to me, really exciting to see that that happens.You have three films on your list of Women s History Month recommendations that are fairly well known, but they re so different, being Raw, Portrait Of A Lady On Fire, and Beach Rats. It s so incredible to me, especially Beach Rats, because that to me is my favorite Eliza Hittman movie; I just felt like what she did and what Harris Dickinson did in that movie was just so It didn t feel like cinema. It just felt like you were taking a slice of this person s life. And then Céline Sciamma with that sweeping epic romance in Portrait, and then on the other side, Julia Ducournau with this completely inventive horror-movie and coming-of-age tale, Raw.Har el: And exceptional visually her film, too, Raw. It has sequences in it that are just extremely cinematic and moody and transcend anything you can think about in the context of horror, in terms of your relationship to your body and blood and all of those things. It s really such an impressive film. And I believe that Beach Rats just pierced the screen in terms of the way it became one with reality. And it was amazing. Portrait of a Lady, the ending itself, that last scene with that long shot of her watching, it s unforgettable. It really stays with you.Adele Haenel and Noemie Merlant in Céline Sciamma s Portrait of a Lady On Fire. (Photo by © Neon)It’s another film that, by the way, has such a charisma. It s so easy to have charisma when there s, I don t know, a lot of tension and fireworks and budgets and all of those things. But sometimes you see a film that just has this inherent charisma and soul. And just these things that it s almost like meeting somebody when you see this film, you know what I mean? You re not just watching a film, you re meeting somebody.Absolutely.Har el: You re not really meeting the filmmaker, or not only meeting the filmmaker, you re meeting the moment that brought them together with all of these people who were on this crew and made this film together. But you re just meeting it. Like, I don t know, it s like this feeling. I can t really explain it and I have it sometimes.By the way, speaking about sticking the landing, the film Or — which means “light” in Hebrew — it has one of my favorite actresses in the world; her name is Dana Ivgy and she was absolutely brilliant. And that film s ending has f ked me up for years. I still think about it. If you want a good landing, watch that film, because you re watching the whole film, you think you re watching one thing, and then in the end, you realize what you witnessed. And you re a witness when you see this film. You re a witness. It s amazing. It s unbelievable.William Eadie in Lynne Ramsay s Ratcatcher. (Photo by © First Look International)I also want to make sure I touch on Lynne Ramsay because she illustrates one of the more difficult sides of female filmmaking right now, and that is the gap between films. Because she did Ratcatcher in 99, and then Morvern Callar, and then it was almost 10 years before We Need To Talk About Kevin, and it kind of shows this disparity. Male filmmakers: one good indie film and they re directing a Marvel movie. Which has changed more recently, but she did Ratcatcher and it took almost another decade before we really got her consistently working in Hollywood.Har el: Ratcatcher is such a seminal movie to so many of the filmmakers that I know. I mean, I know that Natasha Braier [the cinematographer who shot Honey Boy], almost every time she shoots a film, she watches Ratcatcher before. And I saw it when I was obviously really young and I couldn t even articulate what I saw in it. I mean, I couldn t really say what I see in cinema until I made cinema in a way. Because, I don t know, I ve never studied it and I wasn t very theoretical about it. I was just very raw about it. There was something about Ratcatcher, though, that literally opened my mind to what s possible in terms of getting into somebody s head and mood and feelings through watching the screen. It’s just a film that I m sure informed so much of what I did in Bombay Beach and a lot of my work, because it just has that nuance. And at the same time, it s just visually yeah, it s just arresting. Again, it has that charisma and that kind of unexplained feeling that you are transported somewhere.Alma Har el s Honey Boy is available on Amazon Prime; Bombay Beach is available on Vudu and FandangoNOW.Alma Har el s 10 Films – And One Series! – For Women s History Month

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