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80分游戏下载采用百度引擎2(Baidu 8)Fox s family comedy The Moodys was never intended to be an ongoing series. When it premiered in 2019, it was dubbed a holiday event series: six episodes about a Chicago couple, played by Denis Leary and Elizabeth Perkins, whose three adult children all come home for Christmas. But then, ya know, 2020 happened.With productions halted around the globe and the traditional pilot season — where TV networks make single episodes of new shows before deciding which ones to turn into full series — out the window, an already-established series with a solid cast sounded like a pretty good idea for the network. Denis and I just went, Oh, this will be a fun thing to do for six episodes, and we had a ball, Perkins told Rotten Tomatoes ahead of the second season premiere. It was great; we shot it really quickly; it was fun; and then when they came back to us and said, Hey, how would you guys feel about doing this as a regular TV show? We were like, Hey, this could work. (Photo by Kharen Hill/FOX)A few months later, they were back on set as Ann and Sean alongside their TV children (Jay Baruchel, Chelsea Frei, and François Arnaud). While season 2 of The Moodys ditches the Christmastime premise, it s still a snowy winter in Chicago when the series returns — and the family is still under the same roof months later thanks to Sean Jr. s (Baruchel) house arrest, middle daughter Bridget s (Frei) divorce, and youngest son Dan s (Arnaud) cross-country move.Below, Perkins shares five more things to know about the family comedy, which premieres Thursday, April 1 at 9 p.m. on Fox and airs Thursdays at 9:30 after that.1. Ann Moody is no sitcom wife.(Photo by Philippe Bosse/FOX)Just because Perkins is playing the matriarch of a TV comedy doesn t mean her character falls into easy sitcom tropes. In fact, that s something she and the creators worked hard to avoid. After 30 years as a stay-at-home mom, Ann decided to pursue her own dreams and go back to school. It was completely based on my own mother s experience, Perkins said. When she and her sisters finally left the house, her mother went back to school and got her master s and became an alcohol and drug rehabilitation counselor. I pitched this idea to the creators and they were like, We love it. It s nice to see a 60-year-old woman on television who s still pursuing a dream and still putting herself out there to new experiences that take her outside of the home. 2. Ann and Sean are not a frigid sitcom couple.(Photo by Philippe Bosse/FOX)Forget the punchlines about a sexless marriage, because it was also important to Perkins that Ann was a well-rounded, fully realized woman. That includes a healthy professional life, a healthy emotional life, and a healthy sex life. Even though [Sean and Ann] are in our 60s, we re still very sexually active, Perkins said. So often, particularly with women my age, that whole part of our life has somehow disappeared in film and television. It was really important to me to portray her as a realistic woman in her 60s who s still very active in her marriage and active in her love life. I think that s a really positive thing and a very realistic thing to put out there. It s not necessarily subversive for your long-married main characters to have a loving marriage, but it s also not something typically seen on screen. If you can see it, you can be it, Perkins said. That s what the Geena Davis Institute tells us all the time, and it s nice to be able to work with creators who are willing to explore the facets of a 60-year-old woman and not just cast her to the side. I m really grateful to them for that. 3. The Moodys COVID safety protocols were legit.Thanks to the diligence of the cast, crew, and their COVID safety officers, they finished the season with precisely zero outbreaks on set. We made it through an entire season without one person getting COVID, Perkins said. It s really challenging and it s expensive. There s extra time, there s extra resources that are needed and a lot of shows didn t make it. One of those shows is GLOW, which Perkins had just joined before it was canceled altogether due to pandemic-related complications. I feel so grateful to even be working during all of this. I have so many actor friends and producers, so many people in this industry who are just in limbo. I have friends whose shows started up and then were shut down. I have camera assistant friends whose shows started up and then COVID shut them down, Perkins said. But, you know, a lot of people didn t make it. I m just grateful that I got this far. 4. The Moodys is an antidote to the darkness of the past year.(Photo by Philippe Bosse/FOX)One of Perkins most recent TV credits is the dark, Golden Globe– and Emmy-nominated miniseries Sharp Objects, where she played a boozy, vaping busybody with a seriously impressive collection of kaftans. (They re from Australian brand Camilla, for those wondering — and Perkins said she partially modeled her character on the show after Patricia Altschul from Bravo s Southern Charm.)Her character was a bright spot in a very dark show. Similarly, for Perkins, The Moodys is a bright spot in a very dark time. It s been a really strenuous, difficult time, and it s nice to be able to work on something that was light and fun and spreading joy around. I hope that the people watching it can take away a little bit of that because I think it s pretty needed right now, she said.5. Perkins herself turned to sitcoms during the pandemic.(Photo by Philippe Bosse/FOX) I watched Mary Tyler Moore, she said. Full on Mary Tyler Moore, and then it was Everybody Loves Raymond. I did Cheers; I did Golden Girls. I got into this French series called Call My Agent. I was just looking for anything lighthearted and humorous. I watched all the really dark stuff too, but after a while I just wanted something that was fun and made me feel good. I really feel like that s The Moodys. I m really proud that we re putting it out there. The Moodys season 2 premieres with two back-to-back episodes at 9 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 1 on Fox.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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《英雄联盟》游戏打野节奏非常重要,分段越高线上单杀难度越大。端游做不到人手一金身,就比较灵活。一般对面有个劫,ad,中单甚至打野都来个金身,就真的很难搞,然后辅助或者中路在掐个虚弱,团战直接寄了。手游cd快,但是金身还是120s,金身的属性加的护甲也很有用,手游根本没有,有很多时候是被消耗的不得不放金身保命,自己玩两把就知道了,其实手游劫跟端游差不多有点下水道。 Got a ghost problem? A rogue vampire keeping you up at night? A spawn of Satan disturbing your peace? If so, there are two teams you can rely on to crack the case: The Winchester Brothers of TV’s Supernatural or the Scooby Gang and its hilarious namesake, Scooby-Doo. But which is better suited to solve your supernatural issues? In our latest episode of Vs., we’re pitting the long-running series Supernatural against everything Scooby-Doo – the original cartoon, its spin-offs, and the live-action movies. Which mystery-solvers are more popular with the people and the critics? Which franchise features the richest characters? And which team has faced off against the most dastardly villains? Find out as Rotten Tomatoes Contributing Editor Mark Ellis breaks it down to decide whether you should hop in the Mystery Van or the Winchesters’ Chevy when the ghouls come a-calling.As ever, if you don t agree with our choice of winner, let us have it in the comments.Scoob! will be released digitally May 15, 2020. Supernatural airs on the CW, next air dates are unknown.

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Ryan Fujitani for Rotten Tomatoes: I know the initial spark for The Truth came from Juliette Binoche, but what ultimately inspired you to make your first film outside of Japan?Hirokazu Koreeda: Well, in terms of your question about what finally persuaded me to make a film outside Japan and in France, I was able to meet with the French director François Ozon several times in Japan, and he was very positive and supportive and said that, There are a lot of people who like your films in France. I m sure if you make a film in France, it will be successful. I think his words really stayed with me and really helped to persuade me. Right before filming, I met with him to tell him that I was working with [Catherine] Deneuve, and he said, Everyone says that she s so difficult, but honestly, she s the kind of actress who really wants to serve the entire film. So you ll be fine. It was very persuasive and reassuring to have him talk to me that way.RT: On that note, it seems clear how Juliette Binoche became involved with the project, being that she met with you early on, and I read that you were eager to meet with Ethan Hawke for his part right after you won the Palme d Or last year for Shoplifters. But what was the process like for casting Catherine Deneuve?Koreeda: Let s see, I had the idea suddenly in 2015 on my way back from France to Japan on an Air France flight. I had written a Japanese play for an aging Japanese actress, and it suddenly occurred to me to completely rewrite it and set it in France. And I thought, Well, if Deneuve is the aging actress, Binoche is her daughter and Ethan Hawke is Binoche s husband. That s how I start my diary entry for that day. It happened in a flash on an Air France flight.And then I had, I would say, about a total of six hours of lengthy interviews with Deneuve, and then I processed all of that, what I got from her, into strengthening and developing her character in the script. But about half of those six hours was her talking about restaurants and movies.The Truth is in select theaters and available on VOD on July 3, 2020.Thumbnail image: Everett Collection, Focus Features, Cinema Service

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3.32.1 6月喜迎In the biggest news in TV and streaming this week, a DC Comics project courts a lead, Taika Waititi cultivates Indigenous humor in Reservation Dogs, Hulu presents fall programming including Michael Keaton–starring drug drama Dopesick and season 2 of The Great, a new Stranger Things 4 teaser reveals the new season s release, and much more.TOP STORYCobra Kai Breakout Xolo Maridueña in Talk to Play Jaime Reyes in HBO Max Movie Adaptation of DC Comics Hero Blue Beetle(Photo by DC Comics; Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)Cobra Kai teen star Xolo Maridueña is in talks to star in Blue Beetle, playing the lead role of Jaime Reyes in the HBO Max DC Comics movie, The Wrap reports. The project would be the first DC Films superhero movie starring a Latino character.Scarface remake writer Gareth Dunnet-Alcocer wrote the screenplay for the movie and Charm City Kings director Angel Manuel Soto will direct the movie about Reyes/Blue Beetle, a Mexican-American teenager who found the Blue Beetle scarab on the way home from school, per the DC.fandom.com Wiki. The scarab came to life that night and fused to Jaime’s spine, giving him alien armor that can enhance his speed and strength and create wings and shields.Maridueña currently stars as Miguel Diaz, teen heartthrob and protégé of Billy Zabka’s Johnny Lawrence in the Netflix hit series Cobra Kai, which just released a trailer for its upcoming fourth season, which premieres in December.TCA 2021: Taika Waititi Says Reservation Dogs Plays for Indigenous Humor; Hulu Announces Fall PremieresThe Television Critics Association’s summer sessions kicked off this week, and FX’s first panel featured Reservation Dogs creators Taika Waititi and Sterlin Harjo talking about their passion project, the dramedy inspired by their own childhood experiences. The series revolves around a group of four Indigenous teens in rural Oklahoma who commit crimes in pursuit of raising enough cash to move to California, which they believe to be some sort of utopia.The show is sincere and funny, with indigenous people in the cast, in the writers room, and directing and producing. It was conceived by longtime friends Waititi and Harjo, an Oklahoma native, one night in Waititi’s kitchen, during a deep conversation aided by lots of tea … “hard tea,” Waititi said. “Tequila-flavored tea,” Harjo added.The friends also were committed to a different tone for the show, one that wouldn’t rely on old, and even more recent, cliches about depressing life on Native American reservations.“We don t want to depress people,” Waititi said during the TCA discussion. “There s so much humor in our communities. There s so many jokers, and it s not … I always say that I thought some of my early films would get negative feedback about them because they were, like, ‘Well, there s not enough culture specificity, and it sort of paints a depressing picture of …’ or, like, ‘You are also making fun.’ They didn t quite know how to take it.“And I was, like, ‘I get what s happening’ … All they want is to see us, like, riding whales, talking to trees, you know, playing flutes on mountaintops and talking to ghosts and learning something from our grandmother. And that s it. That s all that they expect.  And to twist those expectations is a powerful thing.”Reservation Dogs premieres on FX August 9.Also during TCA, Hulu announced premiere dates and released trailers for some of its top fall programming.Limited series Dopesick examines how Purdue Pharma triggered the worst drug epidemic in U.S. history. The drama is executive produced by Danny Strong (Empire) and star Michael Keaton (Spotlight) and also stars Peter Sarsgaard, Michael Stuhlbarg, Will Poulter, John Hoogenakker, with Kaitlyn Dever and Rosario Dawson. Guest stars include Phillipa Soo and Jake McDorman. The series premieres on Wednesday, October 13.Season 2 of The Great finds Catherine (Elle Fanning) taking the Russian throne from her husband Tsar Peter (Nicholas Holt), but finding that the country she s liberated doesn t want to be. Gillian Anderson guest stars as the empress mother. Season 2 premieres on Friday, November 19.More news from Hulu:Animaniacs season 2 trailer revealed and a November 5 release date announced.True-crime documentary Dead Asleep asks, Did a remorseful Randy Herman Jr. really commit a brutal murder in his sleep, or was it a convenient cover story? and docuseries Captive Audience reviews the 1972 disappearance of 7-year-old Steven Stayner, his return, a TV miniseries, and what followed.Hulu announced a  series order for comedy This Fool, inspired by the life of up-and-coming comedian Chris Estrada, in which he will also write, star and executive produce.Fall foodie lineup of unscripted series debuts on Thursdays, including Baker’s Dozen (premiering Oct. 7), The Next Thing You Eat (premiering Oct. 21), and a special holiday edition of the award-winning Taste The Nation (premiering Nov. 4).Check back later on Friday for highlights from the panels for Hulu’s first day of TCA presentations, including Nine Perfect Strangers and Only Murders in the Building.NEW TRAILERS: Stranger Things 4 Teaser Announces 2022 ReleaseA new teaser for season 4 of Stranger Things reveals a 2022 release for the highly-anticipated new season of the Netflix horror series. Who s returning? Expect to see David Harbour, Winona Ryder, Millie Bobby Brown, Finn Wolfhard, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Noah Schnapp, Sadie Sink, Priah Ferguson, Natalia Dyer, Charlie Heaton, Joe Keery, Maya Hawke, Cara Buono, and Brett Gelman. Earlier teasers have revealed that Harbour s Hopper is imprisoned in a Russian gulag at the start of the new season.Related: Everything We Know About Stranger Things Season 4 More trailers and teasers released this week:• Y: The Last Man is the series adaptation of the classic post-apocalyptic graphic novel from Brian K. Vaughn and Pia Guerra about Yorick Brown (Ben Schnetzer), who discovers he is the last man on the planet. Also stars Diane Lane, Olivia Thirlby, Marin Ireland, and Amber Tamblyn. Premieres Sept. 13. (FX)• The opening sequence for Blade Runner: Black Lotus hints at what we’ll see in the animated series about a young woman who wakes up, in 2032 Los Angeles, with no memories, and only a locked data device and a tattoo of a black lotus as clues to her past. Stars Jessica Henwick, Samira Wiley, Brian Cox, Josh Duhamel, Wes Bentley, Stephen Root, and Gregg Henry. Premieres November. (Adult Swim)• Truth Be Told, season 2, stars Oscar winner Octavia Spencer and Kate Hudson, with Spencer playing an investigative reporter whose true crime podcast case involves her childhood friend (Hudson). The anthology series also stars Mekhi Phifer, Michael Beach, Ron Cephas Jones, Tracie Thoms, Haneefah Wood, Tami Roman, and Katherine LaNasa. Premieres Aug. 20. (Apple TV+)• Yellowjackets is a psychological thriller about a group of high school soccer stars who survive a plane crash, but then have to survive in the wilderness waiting to be rescued. Stars Christina Ricci, Juliette Lewis, and Melanie Lynskey. Premieres this fall. (Showtime)• Bitchin’: The Sound and Fury of Rick James is a documentary movie about the wild and crazy career and personal life of the late R B superstar. Premieres Sept. 3. (Showtime)• Queen Sugar season 6 finds the Bordelon family dealing with the aftermath of the pandemic. Stars Rutina Wesley. Premieres Sept. 7. (OWN)• He’s All That is the remake of teen classic She’s All That, in which TikTok star Addison Rae makes over her supposedly uncool classmate, played by Cobra Kai star Tanner Buchanan. Premieres Aug. 27. (Netflix)• Pretty Hard Cases is a buddy cop about two radically different female detectives in their early 40s. Starring Orange Is the New Black alum Adrienne C. Moore and Baroness von Sketch Show’s Meredith MacNeill. Premieres Sept. 6. (IMDB TV)• Cinderella is Prime Video’s remake of the classic fairy tale, with pop star Camila Cabello as the modern version of the girl looking for her Prince Charming (who, turns out, isn’t Shawn Mendes). Also stars Billy Porter, Idina Menzel, and James Corden. Premieres Sept. 3. (Amazon Video)• Impeachment: American Crime Story is the latest installment of Ryan Murphy’s anthology series, this one focusing on the impeachment of Bill Clinton and his scandalous affair with intern Monica Lewinsky. Stars Beanie Feldstein, Clive Owen, Edie Falco, Sarah Paulson, and Cobie Smulders. Premieres Sept. 7. (FX)For all the latest TV and streaming trailers subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel.CASTING: Yellowstone Prequel Series 1883 Will Star Sam Elliott and Country Music Supercouple Tim McGraw and Faith Hill(Photo by John Shearer/Getty Images for Country Music Hall Of Fame Museum)Oscar nominee Sam Elliott and superstar country music stars – and real-life marrieds – Tim McGraw and Faith Hill will lead the cast of Paramount+’s Yellowstone prequel series 1883. Created by Oscar-nominated Taylor Sheridan, who also created Yellowstone, 1883 follows the Dutton family as they leave Texas and head west to Montana, in “a stark retelling of Western expansion, and an intense study of one family fleeing poverty to seek a better future in America’s promised land.” Elliott will play Shea Brennan, a tough cowboy who guides a group to Montana, while McGraw and Hill will play James and Margaret Dutton, the patriarch and matriarch of the Dutton family.Neil Patrick Harris is returning to sitcom land in the Netflix comedy Uncoupled, about a middle-aged New York City man who finds himself suddenly single when his husband leaves after 17 years together. Darren Star created the series with Modern Family producer Jeffrey Richman. (Deadline)NPH’s How I Met Your Mother co-star Cobie Smulders will play conservative political pundit Ann Coulter in Impeachment: American Crime Story, replacing Betty Gilpin, who had to drop out of the FX project about Bill Clinton’s impeachment scandal and his affair with Monica Lewinsky because of a scheduling conflict. (Variety)Leslie Jones and Nat Faxon will be recurring guest stars on Taika Waititi’s HBO Max pirate comedy Our Flag Means Death. Details on the characters they’ll play remain under wraps.Disney+ has announced the cast for its animated Halloween special, Star Wars Lego Terrifying Tales: Jake Green as Poe Dameron, Raphael Alejandro as Dean, Dana Snyder as Graballa the Hutt, Tony Hale as Vaneé, Christian Slater as Ren, Trevor Devall as Emperor Palpatine, Mary Elizabeth McGlynn as NI-L8, and Matt Sloan as Darth Vader. The special premieres Oct. 1.Ron Cephas Jones and Vinnie Jones will have recurring roles as a congressman and a gangster on season 2 of NBC’s Law Order: Organized Crime (Deadline), and Ellen Burstyn will reunite with Chris Meloni as Stabler’s mom, a role that earned her an Emmy on Law Order: SVU. (TVLine)In a move that’s a huge buzzkill for those of us who are #TeamLevarBurton in the search for a new Jeopardy! host, Jeopardy! executive producer Mike Richards is in “advanced negotiations” to get the job. Richards previously hosted Divided and The Pyramid on GSN, and has also been a producer on The Price Is Right, Let’s Make a Deal, and the celebrity Who Wants To Be a Millionaire. (Variety)Dylan Minnette (13 Reasons Why), Alan Ruck, and Mary Lynn Rajskub have joined the cast of Hulu’s The Dropout, the limited series about Elizabeth Holmes and Theranos, with Amanda Seyfried playing Holmes. Minnette will play Tyler Schultz, a new hire who quickly learns Theranos is manipulating their data; Ruck is a Walgreens exec who thinks his company has hit the jackpot with Theranos; and Rajskub plays Lorraine Fuisz, the wife of William H. Macy’s Richard Fuisz, the doctor and inventor who helped expose that blood testing company Theranos was a fraud. Other recurring cast members, including Sam Waterson as former Secretary of State George Schultz, a Theranos board member and grandfather of Tyler Schultz; Anne Archer as George Schultz’s wife Charlotte; and Kurtwood Smith as powerful attorney David Boies, who represented Theranos. (Deadline)There’s a mini Xena: Warrior Princess happening on Acorn, where Renee O’Connor is guest starring with her Xena pal Lucy Lawless in Season 2 of Lawless’ hit drama My Life Is Murder. O’Connor will play the wife of a self-help guru, whose murder Lawless’ Alexa is investigating. Season 2, which also includes guest appearances by William Shatner and Martin Henderson, premieres Aug. 30.Keegan-Michael Key and Johnny Knoxville are playing unspecified roles in Hulu’s comedy Reboot, about the cast of an old family sitcom that is rebooted, with the cast now forced to deal with old tensions from their original co-working days. The comedy is created by Modern Family co-creator Steven Levitan, John Enborn (Party Down), and Danielle Stokdyk (Veronica Mars).HBO Max’s limited series Love and Death, about murderous Texas housewife Candy Montgomery, has added cast members, including Atypical star Keir Gilchrist as Pastor Ron Adams, Homeland alum Elizabeth Marvel as Pastor Jackie Ponder, and Ozark star Tom Pelphrey as Don Crowder, Candy’s (Elizabeth Olsen) defense attorney after she was charged with killing friend and fellow churchgoer Betty Gore (Lily Rabe), whose husband (Jesse Plemons) was having an affair with Montgomery. Patrick Fugit appears as Montgomery s husband. (Deadline)PRODUCTION DEVELOPMENT: South Park Creators, Reese Witherspoon Sign Near Billion-Dollar Deals to Continue Making Hit TV Series and Movies(Photo by Sam Tabone/WireImage)South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone have signed a new deal with MTV Entertainment Studios that will see the duo continue to make new episodes of their classic animated comedy through Season 30, and make 14 new made-for-streaming South Park movies that will premiere on Paramount+. The deal will mean South Park, which launches its 25th season in 2022, will air on Comedy Central through at least 2027. Meanwhile, two of the 14 movies will premiere on Paramount+ this year. And for this continuing time with Cartman and his pals,  Parker and Stone will earn a reported 0 million.But the South Park fellas aren’t the only TV producers landing a near billion-dollar deal. Reese Witherspoon’s Hello Sunshine multimedia company is being sold also for a reported 0 billion. The company, a media and lifestyle brand that includes Witherspoon as an executive producer (and star) on hit series Big Little Lies, The Morning Show, and Little Fires Everywhere. The company is being sold to a new media company backed by private equity firm Blackstone, but Witherspoon and her senior management execs are staying on to run the company.Alex Kurtzman, Paramount+’s leader of the current and ever-expanding Star Trek universe on the streaming network, has signed a nine-figure deal that will extend his relationship with the company through at least 2026. In addition to Trek, Kurtzman’s many other projects for Viacom properties includes Scarface and The Untouchables updates, The Man Who Fell to Earth starring Chiwetel Ejiofor, and an adaptation of Kavalier and Clay with the bestseller’s author Michael Chabon, all for Showtime.In even more Paramount news, Justin Simien (Dear White People), has signed a three-year overall deal with Paramount Television Studios. Though his Culture Machine production company, he will develop premium television series.HBO Max is releasing a new Batman series … a Caped Crusader podcast series. Batman: The Audio Adventures stars Jeffrey Wright in the title role, with Rosario Dawson as Batwoman, John Leguizamo as the Riddler, and other roles played by Jason Sudeikis, Kenan Thompson, Seth Meters, Bobby Moynihan, Fred Armisen, and Heidi Gardner. The Batman is part of HBO Max’s plans to beef up its podcast slate, including a look back at the series Band of Brothers for its 20th anniversary, HBO Max Movie Club that will spotlight flicks in the streamer’s library, and The O.C. podcast Welcome to the O.C., Bitches! (THR)Amazon announced the release date for it’s the Lord of the Rings original series: September 2, 2022. To celebrate the series wrapping filming in New Zealand, Amazon also released a first look photo of the series, which will debut on Prime Video in more than 240 territories and countries. The series is set a thousand years before the events in J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings books, and follows an ensemble cast of characters, both familiar and new, as they confront the long-feared re-emergence of evil to Middle-earth.Hulu has ordered to series an adaptation of author Carola Lovering’s novel Tell Me Lies, with Emma Roberts as executive producer and The Meyerowitz Stories star Grace Van Patten starring. Tell Me Lies is a drama following eight years in the complicated relationship between a pair who meet as college students, but are both dealing with major secrets and childhood traumas.Oscar winner Marlee Matlin will star in and executive produce a workplace comedy NBC is developing. The untitled series would revolve around DJ (Matlin), the manager of a Los Angeles sign language interpreter agency. (Deadline)Netflix and the producers of The Last Dance are teaming up for a five-part series – Countdown: Inspiration4 Mission to Space – that will document the first completely civilian mission to orbit the Earth in a SpaceX capsule. Inspiration4, which will raise money and awareness for St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, is scheduled to launch on Sept. 15 and orbit the Earth for three days, significantly longer than the recent trips to space by entrepreneurs Richard Branson and Jeff Bezos. The series premieres Sept. 6 with previews of the project, and a movie-length finale will air at the end of September and feature footage from the trip.Laurence Fishburne is adapting Sag Harbor, the 2009 novel from two-time Pulitzer winner Colson Whitehead, for HBO Max. Fishburne and Whitehead will be executive producers on the series, which revolves around Benji, one of the few Black students at his elite Manhattan prep school, who spends his summer in Sag Harbor, where a small group of Black professionals have created their own community. (Deadline)Amazon has greenlit the comedy movie Ex-Husbands, a gay divorce comedy starring Billy Eichner, based on his original story about the first gay couple in New York City to get legally married. Daniel and Conner were deeply in love, but their dream wedding is now being followed by a nightmare divorce, “War of the Roses” style. Eichner is producing the movie, along with Greg Berlanti.On September 10, Apple TV+ will premiere the filmed version of the Tony-winning Broadway musical Come From Away, which tells the story of 7,000 people stranded in the small town of Gander, Newfoundland after all flights into the United States are grounded on September 11, 2001. As the people of Newfoundland graciously welcome the “come from aways” into their community in the aftermath, the passengers and locals alike process what’s happened while finding love, laughter, and new hope in the bonds they forge. The production was filmed in May in New York, for an audience that included 9/11 survivors and front-line workers.IMDB TV has picked up Season 1 of the scripted drama Troppo, starring Thomas Jane as Ted Conkaffey, an ex-cop falsely accused of committing a disturbing crime, who has escaped to hide in the tropics of Australia. As he tries to avoid discovery, he s drawn into investigating a wild murder and a missing person, alongside a complicated woman with dark. The series is based on the novel Crimson Lake,  written by bestselling author Candice Fox.Mmmm Donuts(Photo by 20th Television)For every Simpsons fan who’s ever wanted to indulge in a Krusty Burger, a Squishee, Chief Wiggum’s chili, and Homer’s “Mmmm”-inspiring donuts, Simon Schuster has released The Unofficial Simpsons Cookbook, a colorful, photo-packed collection of recipes for the best eats featured in more than 700 episodes.FandangoNOW Merges Into VuduAnd, heads up for FandangoNOW customers: starting this week, FandangoNOW customers can transfer their accounts and movie and TV collections to Vudu, with access to your content provided through Vudu thereafter. The Movie Store and TV Store on Roku devices will automatically update from FandangoNOW to the new Vudu. (Note: Rotten Tomatoes is a division of Fandango.)On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
Hans Zimmer is one of just a handful of working movie music composers who can genuinely be called a household name. And no wonder: German-born Zimmer created the memorable scores for movies like Gladiator, The Dark Knight, and – Bwoaaaah! – Inception. Perhaps most famously, he composed the music for Disney s The Lion King, which was the first animated feature he had worked on (he would go on to compose scores for The Prince of Egypt, Madagascar, and more). Working closely with Lebo M., the South African artist whose voice many will know from the The Lion King s iconic opening chant, Zimmer created music for the Disney classic that terrified us as wildebeest stampeded through a canyon and moved us as a young lion stared at his own reflection and discovered a king staring back at him. It also nabbed him his first, and so far only, Academy Award. Zimmer recently returned to the story of Simba, Mufasa, Nala, and the rest of the Pride Lands characters for Jon Favreau s new take on The Lion King. Here Zimmer reveals what drew him back to the story, why he hesitated at first, and what s changed in the 25 years since the animated film s release.Joel Meares for Rotten Tomatoes: Someone I saw this movie with turned to me at the beginning and said, If I don t cry during the stampede, it will mean Hans hasn t done his job.” When I saw her at the end, she was bawling. So, I wanted to know how did you approach that particular scene the second time around?Hans Zimmer: Cautiously. If you think that was a dangerous comment, my oldest daughter who I d written the original movie s [music] for in the first place 25 years ago, she was still saying to me, Dad, you better not make a mess of this one. All the themes that I wrote all those years ago – I didn t know how to do animation [at the time] – so all the themes are slightly too epic and slightly too big, and they needed that little bit more space and that little bit more breath to really resonate. I mean, especially the stampede and its aftermath, I can t even put into words, you know, the benefit from having more space. More breathing room. More chance to battle. More chance to focus on the protagonist. More chance to focusing on the story.(Photo by ©Buena Vista Pictures/Courtesy Everett Collection)Rotten Tomatoes: You said that your daughter said, Don t make of a mess of it. Did you yourself have any personal hesitation about coming back to a project that you haven t worked on for a very long time and that was so beloved – and was kind of perfect already?Zimmer: Well, “kind of perfect,” I never think about things like that. But “loved,” yes. I had a very short conversation with Jon [Favreau], which basically went him saying, Come down, let me show you something. And that was 100 percent committing. I went down. He put me in a black room, showed me [footage of the film’s opening]. It completely and utterly surprised me and moved me, even though I sort of knew what to expect. And we look at it differently than we looked at it 25 years ago. I mean, we truly do. I ve spent now quite a bit of time working with Sir David Attenborough. So partly, I was looking at it from the sense of where s the world heading? It felt like I was on a slightly different mission. It was, even if the story is the same, the world has changed, so the meaning of the story has changed.Rotten Tomatoes: In terms of what was practically involved with producing the score, how did you approach it differently from the first time? Zimmer: In the last 30 years… Usually, I never leave a dark windowless room, but eventually I did, and eventually I got onto a stage, and eventually I – despite stage fright – I started playing things live. And I did Lion King at the Coachella festival, and performing it, and watching the reaction of an audience and performing it, it was like these amazing musicians that I now have access to, made me realize that this isn t a normal film score. We can do this as a performance. In a normal film score, the orchestra or the players never know why they are playing the notes, because they don t know the story. Everybody knew the story [this time]. So I managed to get a commitment that was just extraordinary, and the performance, and I made it all about the performance. I think for a movie that relies that much on technology, there s a sense of improvisation and a sense of performance in this movie, far more than the original one. And a sense of humanity in the story. Everything is slightly paradox, but I think that s what gives it its great strength.(Photo by Courtesy Everett Collection)Rotten Tomatoes: And so you performed everything on the score live with an orchestra?Zimmer: Yeah. I mean, I said to Jon and everybody at Disney, Can I do this? Can I try this experiment?” You know, I had 102 people in the room. We re just going to rehearse. We re just really going to get it under our fingers, and then we re just going to go and do the whole movie for a couple of days. And don t worry about wrong notes. Next time around, we ll probably figure it out. It truly was exciting. And that s what I was trying to do, is get the authenticity of really hearing the musicians.Rotten Tomatoes: When you originally wrote the music for the stampede scene, the track To Die For in the original and new score, were you drawing from compositions or scores that you had heard before? What inspired the musical moment there?Zimmer: Not really. I mean, I ll tell you what I did draw from. It s just my childhood memories of listening to Mozart. It s like I was always slightly worried about this idea that as a German, you re sort of pillaging the culture of Africa. So one of the things I did on the first one, and I ve before with Lebo M., it s like I kept saying, I m a German, so I m going to write with a German accent, just the way we re speaking now. And let me go and take this into Africa and give it to Africa, and let them just respond with their culture, and see what happens where the two cultures collide, if another new thing can come out of it. So I think that s really part of the strength of the score.(Photo by © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Rotten Tomatoes: What was it like to work with Lebo M. again on the score? Had you worked together much in the intervening years?Zimmer: Yes. We had worked on a couple of movies nobody went to see (, and we did touring together. Africa s always been important to this world, and at the same time, it s like it needs more respect. It needs more love. And Lebo s been touring with me, so we have been doing Lion King, bits and pieces of it live. Yes, we ve been comrades in arms for a long time, you know? And he s been sort of the guardian of the musical. Because he s really great at casting this thing. That sort of stuff. He s been looking after our legacy in a much more profound way than I have.So, your daughter: Has she seen the film? Did she say whether you screwed it up?Zimmer: No, but there is something which has puzzled everybody at Disney. They let me have a lot of tickets for the London premiere, and I sent them all back, and I said, I only want two tickets, because I want it to be a father-daughter date.  I hope she s still going to be speaking to me afterwards. Simple as that. But it s just going to be the two of us.Like this? 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The Best and Worst Reviewed Television Series of 2018 by Network and Streaming Service NBC's The Good Place had a 100% score with the highest number of reviews. Netflix scored a big hit with Dear White People, but also a big miss with Insatiable, while BBC America's best and worst are both Certified Fresh. by Sophie-Marie Prime | December 28, 2018 | Comments
It’s more than a little surprising to learn that, of all the Coen brothers’ 18 features, Blood Simple is their second-highest rated movie on the Tomatometer. Critically bested only by True Grit (96%), the debut from writing-directing-producing-editing juggernauts Joel and Ethan Coen is Certified Fresh at 94%, beating Best Picture winner No Country for Old Men (93%) and titles that are more synonymous with their tough-to-pin-down, oddball sensibility, whether it’s cult fave The Big Lebowski (82%), dark suburban meditation A Serious Man (90%), high-octane quotable comedy Raising Arizona (91%), or the decidedly un-mainstream thriller that somehow still managed to become mainstream, Fargo (93%). This is by no means a dig at Blood Simple. It’s just that the taut neo-noir likely isn’t the first title brought up when you’re told “I love the Coen brothers” at a party.Shot in 1982, Blood Simple weaves a worst-case-scenario about illicit lovers played by John Getz and Frances McDormand hiding in plain sight from McDormand’s pugnacious bar-owner husband (Dan Hedaya), while a shady and chatty PI under Hedaya’s employ (M. Emmet Walsh) plays the angles. In typical Coen brothers fashion, the plot twists and turns, and things fall apart, and it’s all laid out with a measured, confident visual style that s clever but never too showy. To mark its 35th anniversary, let’s take a look at how Blood Simple offered us glimpses of the greatness to come from Hollywood’s most original filmmaking duo.The Distinct DialogueNobody writes like these guys, and that was pretty clear from the get-go. While Blood Simple’s script has the earmarks of a classic noir — the title nods to detective novelist extraordinaire Dashiell Hammet’s Red Harvest — the Coens screw with the form, tossing in their own brand of verbal playfulness, like the now-classic Coen-ism of different characters repeating phrases. Take the opening exchange between Getz and McDormand, with Getz repeating he “ain’t no marriage counselor.” It’s echoed later, during an icy moment when Hedaya asks Getz, “What are you, a f kin marriage counselor?” The Coens would go on to use the move a bunch in their follow-up, Raising Arizona (“He’s a little outlaw”), Fargo (“Twin Cities”), and perhaps, most famously, The Big Lebowski, another PI movie of sorts (“This aggression will not stand”). Their inclinations to have fun with verbal ticks and regional American accents and, in the case of M. Emmet Walsh, embarrassing bursts of  laughter, is on display in Blood Simple, too, as is a now-familiar way for them to open a film: with a grizzled narrator speaking quasi-philosophically. That’s just how they would later kick off No Country for Old Men (also over shots of barren Texas landscapes), The Big Lebowski, and The Man Who Wasn’t There.The Collaborators(Photo by USA Films)Frances McDormand, who went on to marry Joel Coen, made her onscreen debut in Blood Simple and has since left an indelible mark on the Coen universe in — deep breath — Raising Arizona, Miller’s Crossing, Barton Fink, The Hudsucker Proxy, Fargo (for which she earned a Best Actress Oscar), The Man Who Wasn’t There, Burn After Reading, and Hail, Caesar!. In an interview about her first role, McDormand explains that her pal Holly Hunter was offered the part, but turned it down to act on Broadway. (As The Atlantic’s Christopher Orr points out in his deep dive into the Coens’ filmography, Hunter, who would go on to co-star in Raising Arizona, does sort of appear in the film, though it s via an answering machine message.) M. Emmet Walsh, too, returns in said sophomore effort as a cackling co-worker. Blood Simple also marks the first in a long line of collaborations — 16 to date — with the composer Carter Burwell, as well as cinematographer Barry Sonnenfeld, who acted as DP on Raising Arizona and Miller’s Crossing before becoming a sought-after director in his own right with Get Shorty and Men in Black. Both, like the Coens, were in their 20s during the filming of Blood Simple. Fun fact: Editor Roderick Jaynes — a nom de plume for the Coens — also makes his debut here. Way to go, Roderick.The StyleNot unlike Wes Anderson or Paul Thomas Anderson’s debuts a decade later (Bottle Rocket and Hard Eight, respectively), Blood Simple features some Coen brothers hallmarks, though it’s hardly the film you’d single out to explain them to the uninitiated. (Interestingly, all three — sorry, four — filmmakers’ followups put them on the pop culture map with intoxicating aesthetics that aspiring directors would ape.) Yet those traces are there — the facial shadows, the shaky-cam that runs throughout Raising Arizona, the driving shot on a desolate road that’s in a bunch of their features, the emanating light (from under doors, in particular) used to such thrilling effect in No Country for Old Men. Beyond the visuals, there’s a nifty homage to Blood Simple in Fargo — both have characters moving a body on the side of the road while a car fast approaches at night — and narratively, no one in Blood Simple has any idea what the other is up to, a misunderstanding they’d explore often in the years to come, most heavily in Burn After Reading.The Wicked Sense of HumorOn paper, there’s nothing funny about jamming someone in a wood chipper (Fargo), shooting them when they ve got a dopey smile plastered on their face (Burn After Reading), or biting off their ear (The Big Lebowski). Of course there’s not. But when it suits their vision, the Coens have an uncanny knack for rendering hyper-violent moments into something absurd, even oddly humorous. At the end of Blood Simple — spoiler alert — McDormand stabs through Walsh’s hand, leaving it impaled on a windowsill and him trapped in an adjacent room, firing shots blindly through drywall, hoping to strike McDormand. It’s tense, but Walsh’s struggle — up until now, he’s been very much in charge — in this insane, almost slasher movie-like situation is more than a bit amusing. When his fate is set — it’s not good — Blood Simple fades to black, hitting us with the film’s soundtrack mantra, the upbeat soul classic  “It’s the Same Old Song” by the Four Tops, a delicious juxtaposition.The Indie Spirit(Photo by (c) USA Films courtesy Everett Collection)The Coens spent a year trying to secure the .5-mil they needed to make Blood Simple, showing potential investors a homemade trailer to pique financial interests. While on set in Austin, apparently not everyone was convinced this peculiar, low-budget project by two young first-timers was aboveboard: M. Emmet Walsh says he wouldn’t take their 0 check, presumably fearing it’d bounce, and demanded cash instead. While the Coens’ stock has skyrocketed in the decades since (they are now among the few who can work with anyone they want and make virtually any movie they want), the peculiarity that critics loved about Blood Simple hasn’t waned. To this day, there’s an outsider, even defiant originality that runs throughout their films, and we’d be completely shocked if that ever changes.Blood Simple was released on January 18, 1985.
ecs think is marketable,” Rodriguez says, adding that this means they have to have original series because they learned “early on” that options from mainstream outlets were limiting. And while they do have name-recognizable content like the original Queer as Folk and Gay of Thrones, the popular Funny or Die webseries from Queer Eye’s Jonathan Van Ness, Rodriguez and Daniels point to other titles in their catalogue like the drag-themed docu-series, Queens of Kings, and Before I Got Famous. That web series stars Xingcheng You, a Chinese immigrant who is both looking for love and his big break in Hollywood, and focuses on stereotypes that still exist in the gay dating culture.For A/V Club Enthusiasts: Rooster TeethRooster Teeth was launched in 2003 by some friends who wanted to be the next Quentin Tarantino or Kevin Smith, but couldn’t get into festivals. Co-founder Bernie Burns told journalists at the summer 2018 Television Critics Association press tour that their service took off when “we discovered and pioneered a method of animation where we could use the 3D gaming engines in popular video games to make animation.” This led to what he touts as the longest-running digital series ever, the military-themed sci-fi comedy Red vs. Blue. They also have reality series, live-action shorts, and more.For Cult Classic Connoisseurs: Shout! FactoryWho needs reboots when you can have the classics? The TV vertical of this digitized tribute to old-school charm has everything from cult classics like Mystery Science Theater 3000 (85% Tomatometer) to relics from the years of rabbit ears like Father Knows Best and Car 54, Where Are You?. There’s also original programming like Why We Love It, a web series that strives to justify users’ love for programming of acquired taste like Rowan Atkinson’s Mr. Bean and the Nicolas Cage–Jennifer Beals campfest Vampire’s Kiss (61% TM). Gene Pao, Shout! Factory’s Senior Vice President of Digital Media, says that, “over the years we’ve found that viewers are particularly interested in ‘modernized nostalgia’ — cult and classic TV and film that shape today’s pop culture.” Shout! plays into this with marathon viewings like MST3K Turkey Day on Thanksgiving, during which Pao says “viewers can interact with each other via chat.”For Horror Buffs: ShudderThis AMC-owned streaming service celebrates the worlds of gore and supernatural. And while it doesn’t have its parent company’s juggernaut, The Walking Dead, its TV section does live up to its promise of offering “a constant stream of killer content.” Titles include AMC s adaptation of author Joe Hill s NOS4A2 (70% Tomatometer), and the documentary series Robert Kirkman’s Secret History of Comics as well as original programming like its anthology, Neil Gaiman s Likely Stories, and a partnering TWD’s Greg Nicotero on a revamp of the classic Creepshow. Shudder general manager Craig Engler says “we can do shows that other people can’t” because they aren’t as beholden to ratings.For Indie Aficionados: Sundance NowA SVOD companion to SundanceTV, General Manager Jan Diedrichsen told journalists at the winter 2018 TCA press tour that the goal of both is to find a way to “best serve fans of premium indie content in a deeper way.” This service is the home for original programming like This Close (100% Tomatometer), a rom-com of sorts about two best friends and their relationship woes that’s based on series of shorts from the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. There are also series that originated on its linear channel counterpart, like the Joanne Froggatt–Ioan Gruffudd thriller Liar (62% Tomatometer) and other fine options.For Francophiles: TV5monde (and others)(Photo by TV5monde US)Grab the macarons and red wine! This Paris-based network offers a way to watch popular French series with the aid of subtitles (and without the need of a passport). Streaming is available through Sling, and programs include the 2019 rom-com hit Un si grand soleil, which centers on family and friends in Marseille, and the police detective drama Caïn.For BET Fans Craving More: Urban Movie ChannelDespite its title, UMC actually has a rather robust TV section as well. These include episodes of WE tv’s long-running reality series, Growing Up Hip Hop. Original series include the drama 5th Ward, which is based on director Greg Carter s similarly named movie. “We pay very close attention to viewership trends and feedback from our subscribers to understand what’s working and what’s not and use that as a guide for greenlight decisions on any new or classic series,” UMC General Manager Sylvia George says, adding that their primary target audience is black women. “At a high level, the type of programming that resonates with UMC viewers ranges from romantic dramas and comedies to female-driven stories to series that push the envelope in a compelling and relatable way.”For Cinephiles: Criterion ChannelAfter the November 2018 death of FilmStruck, several other streaming options clamored to become the rightful heir to the cinephile throne, and the Criterion Collection’s streaming component is quickly rising up that rank. In addition to celebrating classic and cult cinema from around the world, the channel also has special features like behind-the-scenes footage and a guest programmer series.If Criterion isn’t to your liking, other streamers that concentrate on classic and/or under-the-radar cinema include SnagFilms and MUBI. Services like Kanopy and Hoopla have similar offerings and work in conjunction with local libraries.For Those Who Love The Great White Way: BroadwayHDLots of theater fans would like to give regular regards to Broadway, but not all of them can take regular pilgrimages to New York City (or afford the ticket prices once they’re there). In those instances, there’s BroadwayHD. The service, which Tony Award-winning producers Stewart F. Lane and Bonnie Comley founded in 2015, offers full-length stage plays and musicals at legal and considerably much better quality than those grainy videos you can find on YouTube. Productions have included musicals like 42nd Street, Falsettos, She Loves Me, and Cats, as well as renditions of Shakespeare.For When You Want Some Badass Cinema: Brown SugarSometimes you need to see some foxy ladies in tight pants kicking perps to the curb. And, for that, Brown Sugar offers Blaxploitation classics like Coffy (plus, send-ups of the horror genre like Blackenstein). But there are also more recent and — dare we say — more wholesome offerings too, like the Al Green concert Everything’s Gonna Be All Right and the family-friendly A Baby for Christmas.For Those Who Want Just The Facts: DocsvilleThere’s more to documentaries than Netflix’s latest true-crime obsession or brilliantly shot nature footage narrated by David Attenborough. This SVOD option is a warehouse of some thought-provoking visual storytelling from around the world that covers everything from Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work, a look at the legacy of the controversial yet influential comedian, to a nearly three-minute short on the privilege of having a toilet.For similar options, perhaps with more of a science bent, there’s CuriosityStream.For The Warm and Fuzzies: Hallmark Movies NowSometimes you may want a cup of hot chocolate and the chance to see perfectly lit people in winter wonderlands — even if it’s July. The Hallmark Movies Now option has an assortment of its holiday-themed classics as well as movies about weddings, beach-side flings, and other scenarios that result in emotionally charged embraces. There are television series and specials that include adaptation of biblical stories and classic novels.If HMN options feel too mainstream, there are also OTTs that specialize in Christian-themed programming like Pure Flix and Dove Channel (that would be a reference to the bird, not to shampoo and body wash).For Mainlining Martial Arts: Hi-YahDescribed as “the sound of mayhem, of flying fists and roundhouse kicks” on its website, this service — which is available for a fee as an add-on to Amazon and though Roku and other devices — is a warehouse of martial arts favorites. And that definition is a loose one. The service also has horror films, thrillers, period pieces, and more that also happen to showcase people who can destroy you while barely breaking a sweat.For Supporters of Public Broadcasting: PBS Video AppFrom Poldark and PBS NewsHour to Ken Burns documentaries and Call the Midwife, there s probably something educational and/or entertaining to find on PBS video app. Or just turn it on for some background music; there are also recordings of Great Performances and Austin City Limits shows.For Live Music Without Dealing with LiveNation: QelloConcerts are great ways to celebrate your favorite artists with peers who appreciate them as much as you do. They’re also loud, expensive and usually hassles to get to. For those who can’t (or won’t) handle all that grunt work, there’s Qello. This service lets you watch concerts and documentary footage on demand, be it Paul McCartney or Beyoncé. But its greatest asset might be that it helps cure a nostalgic hunger for artists whom we are no longer able to watch perform, such as Tom Petty or David Bowie.
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(Photo by Lionsgate)Do movie trilogies have Fresher Tomatometer scores and make more money at the box office when one director (or co-directors) oversees all three films? Or, is it better if three different directors each tackle different films in a trilogy? With the wildly successful John Wick: Chapter 3 Parabellum marking the third Certified Fresh John Wick collaboration between director Chad Stahelski and Keanu Reeves (with a fourth on the way!), we decided to do a Tomatometer deep dive into theatrically released trilogies helmed by single directors. We wanted to know how the Tomatometer scores and domestic box office numbers for trilogies like Francis Ford Coppola s The Godfather, Jay Roach’s Austin Powers, and The Wachowskis’ Matrix films compare to trilogies directed by two or three separate directors.Is consistency actually key?After comparing the Tomatometer and box office data of 83 different trilogies we learned that when one person (or a duo like the Wachowskis) directs all three films, their trilogies make more money on average and have much higher Tomatometer averages than the trilogies in which two or three different people direct the entries. There are exceptions to the rule, of course, but the numbers favor The Dark Knight, Spider-Man, and Back to the Future trilogies, which were lucky enough to have Christopher Nolan, Sam Raimi, and Robert Zemeckis see them all the way through.If you’re interested in reading about the trilogy selection process, and seeing the list of selected franchises, you can check them out below. Also, we know Stahelski co-directed John Wick with David Leitch, but Stahelski stayed around to helm the second and third installments when Leitch moved on to direct Atomic Blonde and Deadpool 2; since he has been on the project the entire time, we’re considering him to be “one” director.Here is the data – and the trends we found.The Fewer the Names, the better the trilogy (Photo by © New Line/courtesy Everett Collection)Average Tomatometer for trilogies directed by one person: 68%Average Tomatometer for trilogies directed by two directors: 54%Average Tomatometer for trilogies directed by three directors: 49%Based on the Tomatometer averages, it’s clear that having one person (or team) direct a trilogy is the way to go for Freshness. The 68% Tomatometer average for trilogies with a single director or directing team isn’t super Fresh, but it’s well ahead of the 54% and 49% averages of the trilogies with multiple directors. The Fresh average can be attributed to exceptional franchises such as Richard Linklater’s Before trilogy (97.6% average Tomatometer score), How to Train Your Dragon (94.6%), and The Lord of the Rings (93%), trilogies that received multiple Academy Awards and include no films with Tomatometer scores lower than 91%. Another factor that sets the single director category apart is that 22 of the 34 total trilogies in this category (64.7%) are Fresh, whereas only 14 (56%) and six (24%) of the trilogies in the other two categories have Fresh scores.All Trilogies Drop Off In Quality, But A Single Director Will Help you Stay (Just) Fresh In the End.(Photo by © Sony Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection)Tomatometer averages of the first, second, and third films in trilogies directed by one person or team: 75.5%, 68%, 60.8%Tomatometer averages of the first, second, and third films in trilogies directed by two people: 71%, 47%, 45%Tomatometer averages of the first, second, and third films in trilogies directed by three people: 71.4%, 46.3%, 35.5%The first, second, and third films in trilogies directed by one person or team all have Fresh Tomatometer averages (75.5%, 68%, 60.8%), and the 7.5% Tomatometer drop-off between the first and second film is pretty solid when compared to the 24% and 25.1% drops when it comes to trilogies with two and three directors, respectively. The sequels that contributed to the Fresh Tomatometer averages throughout the series are classics like John Wick: Chapter 2 (89%), Evil Dead 2 (98%), Spider-Man 2 (93%), Before Midnight (98%), The Dark Knight (94%), The Trip to Spain (82%), and The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (93%). The coolest (or nerdiest) fact here is how similar the Tomatometer averages for the trilogies directed by two or three people are until their third films (45% compared with 35.5%). The Tomatometer dropoff for trilogies with three directors was caused by soul-crushers such as Robocop 3 (3%), The Bad News Bears Go to Japan (0%), and Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles (11%).More Directors Equals Less Money (Most of the Time)(Photo by © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Trilogies directed by one person or team: 2 million domestic box office average (adjusted for inflation)Trilogies directed by two people: 1 million domestic box office averageTrilogies directed by three people: 1 million domestic box office averageThe 2 million total domestic average for trilogies directed by a single person would make any studio executive happy — and probably get them ordering another trilogy ASAP. It helps that eight of the 36 (22.8%) series with a single director or directing team, including the Star Wars prequels and The Hobbit trilogy, made over billion domestically after adjusting for inflation. The 1 and 1 million box office averages for the other groups of trilogies are very respectable. However, only six of the 58 trilogies (10.3%) in the other two categories made over billion domestically; these multi-director trilogies include Iron Man, Beverly Hills Cop, and the original Star Wars trilogy. The newest Star Wars trilogy will likely join their ranks.Domestic box office averages (adjusted for inflation) of the first, second, and third films in trilogies directed by one person or team: 1 million, 6 million, 0 millionDomestic box office averages of the first, second, and third films in trilogies directed by two people or teams: 8 million, 6 million, 5 millionDomestic box office averages of the first, second, and third films in trilogies directed by three people or teams: 8 million, 7 million, millionThe standout trend here is that the box office averages for the movies directed by one person or team all stayed above 0 million – the majority of the first film’s audience kept coming back for more. Trilogies directed by one person also had the smallest box office drop between each film; the million (30%) box office drop from the first to third film is smaller than the 5 (45%) and 6 (60%) million drops for trilogies with two directors and three directors, respectfully.ARE THERE EXCEPTIONS TO THE RULE? (Photo by Quantrell D. Colbert/Universal Pictures)Of course, when it comes to Tomatometer ratings, the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) has proven with their Iron Man (two directors), Thor (three directors), and Captain America (one single director and a directing team) trilogies that it sometimes doesn’t matter how many directors helm the movies. Also, the Pitch Perfect, Hannibal, Star Trek (2009-2016), Meet the Parents, X-Men, Beverly Hills Cop, and Wolverine trilogies pulled in huge amounts of money and had multiple directors. So, trilogies can absolutely work with multiple directors. HOW DID WE PICK THE TRILOGIES?(Photo by Lionsgate)Since John Wick tells the continuing story of Keanu Reeves s titular assassin killing hundreds of henchmen on his quest for revenge, we stuck with trilogies that told a continuous story featuring the same character(s) or plot lines throughout three films. Examples are Richard Linklater’s Before trilogy, and Todd Phillips  Hangover trilogy, which saw the exploits of the same characters to a conclusion. We didn’t include trilogies with loose-connections (Noriko Trilogy), similar themes (Three Colors), or actors (Cornetto Trilogy) tying them all together. Also, you may notice that some of the trilogies we included such as the Pirates of the Caribbean, Jason Bourne, Jurassic Park, and Scream franchises went on to have more than three films. We included them because they had three-film narrative arcs that were completed with the third installment (e.g., Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade). Some of these films had fourth (or fifth or sixth installments), but most of these later installments were meant to be part of a new trilogy (e.g. Jurassic World and Scream 4, which was supposed to be the beginning of a new trilogy). If a trilogy did not have complete Tomatometer scores they weren’t included. That’s why you won’t see the Infernal Affairs or Samurai trilogies below. The trilogies also needed to have been released in theaters. We didn’t include series that completed their trilogies with direct-to-DVD releases .Number of Trilogies directed by three people/teams 25: Alien (1979-1992), The Bad News Bears, Beverly Hills Cop, Blade, Blair Witch, Child’s Play (1988-1991), Crocodile Dundee, The Expendables, Free Willy, Friday, Hannibal, Harold Kumar, In the Heat of the Night, Johnny English, The Mighty Ducks, Oh God!, Omen, Pitch Perfect, The Ring, Robocop, Rugrats, Star Wars (1977-1983), Thor, Transporter, xXxNumber of Trilogies directed by two people 24: 50 Shades of Grey, Bridget Jones Diary, Captain America, Cars, The Chronicles of Narnia, The Creature From the Black Lagoon, Divergent, Iron Man, Jason Bourne (2002-2007), Jurassic Park (1993-2001), Kung Fu Panda, Look Who’s Talking, Major League, Meet the Parents, The Mummy, Naked Gun, Poltergeist, Porky s, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, The Santa Clause, Smokey and the Bandit, Star Trek, Taken, Wolverine (2009-2017), X-Men (2000-2006)Number of Trilogies directed by one person 34: Austin Powers, Back to the Future, Before Trilogy, Da Vinci Code, The Dark Knight, Despicable Me, Evil Dead, The Godfather, Hangover, The Hobbit, Hotel Transylvania, How to Train Your Dragon, Indiana Jones (1981-1989), Jackass, John Wick, The Lord of the Rings, Madagascar, Mad Max (1979-1985), Matrix, Maze Runner, Men in Black, The Mexico Trilogy, Night at the Museum, Ocean’s Trilogy, Pirates of the Caribbean (2003-2007), Purge, Riddick, Rush Hour, Scream (1996-2000), Spider-Man, Star Wars Prequels, The Trip, UnbreakableNote: All Tomatometer data is accurate as of May 29, 2019Like this? 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Ghcxuf character and be like, bloody hell, no wonder women wanted to liberated because this is miserable. But yeah, if especially you re a young actress and they just get you into a corset then automatically you re like this treasured, virginal, ingenue.RT: It struck me while watching that I’ve actually never seen you in anything where you use your own accent — you’re always playing an American.Cooke: Yeah I was really worried going in cause I m doing a very posh English accent, and I m worried that I can t do this now. I m worried that I can t act in something that is close to my own accent!RT: I think it worked out. How did you feel?Cooke: I don t hear American and I don t hear my own accent, so I think I m all right.(Photo by Robert Viglasky/Amazon)RT: What did you like about Becky?Cooke: She s just so naughty and so mischievous and conniving. She says exactly what she thinks and she s so unapologetic for her actions. I think playing someone like that is usually only reserved for the men. And I think of a Fleabag or a Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Veep — these women that I m so drawn to have these qualities where they re incredibly flawed people but they kind of know it as well, and they re using that to their advantage. Especially with Becky, [it was] a time when women didn t have jobs unless you were a very, very low status. She s using her wit and her charm and her skills as seductress to get by in life and to rise to the ranks of society. I just think she s pretty clever and she s pretty conniving for doing that.RT: Had you read the novel this series is based on?Cooke: When I got sent the scripts and they signed off on me, and I signed on, I read the book. It s a really incredible book. It gives you a visceral sense of the time, but also William Makepeace Thackeray has written these incredibly flawed women, Amelia Sedley and Becky Sharp, who are at two opposite ends of the spectrum. Neither one of them is this archetype or vision of what a woman should be in life.(Photo by Robert Viglasky/Amazon)RT: Reviews of the show have mentioned that it makes the story relatable for a 21st-century audience. Would you agree?Cooke: I do, and I think all of us made a bit of a conscious effort because we weren t there at this time in the early 1800s. You don t really know what people act like. Gwyneth Hughes has done such an amazing job of adapting the book and really making it her own, in a sense, as well. The dialogue is there on the page, but in terms of physicality we don t have to act with a big rod up our asses. You can be a bit more silly. You can be a bit more frivolous with your performance and more flamboyant. I think it works. Also, we adopted this motif of giving the occasional glances to camera in order to let the audience in and let it be a little more accessible and a bit more conspiratorial. So they re in on the plotting and the conniving with Becky, and I think other period dramas sometimes hold the audience at arm’s length because it does feel too foreign, the way people live. But with this it s a bit of a nudge-nudge, wink-wink, you re on the same level as me.RT: What’s next for you?Cooke: I did an episode of the anthology Modern Love for Amazon. So Amazon is keeping me employed, which is nice. And then I did a film in summer with Riz Ahmed called Sound of Metal, directed by Darius Marder.Vanity Fair is available Friday, Dec. 21 on Amazon Prime. 😈😈


This Week s Ketchup brings you seven headlines from the world of film development news, covering such titles as Black Widow, Space Jam 2, and the sequel to Hobbs Shaw. This WEEK S TOP STORYDWAYNE JOHNSON CONFIRMS PLANS FOR HOBBS SHAW SEQUEL(Photo by Frank Masi/©Universal)Universal Pictures recently pushed the Fast Furious sequel F9 back a full year to April 2, 2021 (the date when FF10 previously would have been released). Despite that delay, Dwayne Johnson took to his Instagram feed in a Live Q A this week to confirm that Universal is indeed developing a sequel to last year s spinoff Fast Furious Presents: Hobbs SHaw (Fresh at 67%). Johnson said of the sequel (we like to think of it as 2 Hobbs 2 Shaw), Just gotta figure out the creative right now, and the direction we’re going to go. Fast Furious Presents: Hobbs Shaw earned over 9 million worldwide, which suggests there was an audience not only for the action movie chemistry between Johnson and co-star Jason Statham, but also for the superhero movie direction the film took. Having said that, Universal could easily switch things up with each new film, possibly taking on other action movie genres. The studio has not yet scheduled the second Hobbs Shaw movie for release yet, but with all of the other delays going on these days, it likely won t be before 2022.`Other Top Headlines1. BLACK WIDOW, ETERNALS, AND OTHER MARVEL MOVIES PUSHED BACK SEVERAL MONTHS EACH (Photo by Marvel Studios)As it appears more and more likely that most movie theaters will remain closed until probably May or June (or later), studios have been pushing back their films repeatedly over the last couple of weeks. Disney, which has some of the biggest upcoming titles, has been slower to act, but late this afternoon, the studio did finally make some big announcements. Let s start with Marvel Studios, which always would have been the most impacted because of the way the Marvel Cinematic Universe works. A delay to one or two films basically could mean a delay for the whole slate, or else the narrative could end up a jumbled mess. Black Widow has been pushed back six months from 5/1/2020 to 11/6/2020 (and is also getting a new composer), which was the former home to Eternals, which now takes 2/12/2021, the former date for Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Rings. This continues right down the line to include Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Thor: Love and Thunder, and Captain Marvel 2 (7/8/2022). (Black Panther II, meanwhile, did not get moved from its 5/6/2022 release date.) Other movies that Disney has bumped back include Mulan (7/24/2020), Jungle Cruise (7/20/2021, which is a push of a whole year), and Indiana Jones 5 (7/29/2022) (likewise). Finally, the movie that is arguably experiencing the biggest change is the long-in-development Artemis Fowl (formerly scheduled for 5/29/2020), which will now skip theaters entirely to debut on the Disney+ app instead.2. EDGAR WRIGHT TO DIRECT AMBITIOUS ANDROID EPIC, SET MY HEART TO FIVE (Photo by Wilson Webb/©TriStar)As with Disney s treatment of its Marvel slate, we can fully expect that release date shifts will have a wave-like effect for the rest of 2020 and 2021. We mention this because director Edgar Wright s next film, Last Night in Soho, had been scheduled for release on September 25, 2020, but it s now very possible that the film might be shifted to late 2020 or sometime in 2021. Wright himself, however, appears to be getting ready for his next film, as he is now attached to direct an adaptation of an upcoming novel called Set My Heart to Five about an android learning to love in an all-too-human future of 2054 when the lead android works as a dentist, as he undergoes an emotional awakening that is sparked by an introduction to 80s and 90s movies. That logline brings to mind two films that were both directed by Steven Spielberg: A.I. Artificial Intelligence (Certified Fresh at 74%) and Ready Player One (Certified Fresh at 72%). Edgar Wright is also still developing his Baby Driver sequel and an adaptation of the YA novel Grasshopper Jungle.3. SPIKE LEE REVEALS WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN FOR HIS ABANDONED JACKIE ROBINSON BIOPIC (Photo by Kristin Callahan/Everett Collection)It was only seven years ago that future Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman starred in 42, the long-in-development Jackie Robinson biopic (Certified Fresh at 80%). If we go back twice as far to 2013, that lands us in the decade of the 1990s, when Spike Lee had once hoped to give the world his own Jackie Robinson project. In the spirit of giving people something to read while they re holed up during the current COVID-19 crisis, Lee has revealed a Dropbox containing his 1996 screenplay for his adaptation of Jackie Robinson s autobiography, I Never Had it Made. Spike Lee seems to be putting this out there in the spirit of what-might-have-been, but it certainly begs the question, could it still be made? Might he still be able to make his Jackie Robinson?4. WATCHMEN DIRECTOR TAKES ON UNIVERSAL MONSTER MOVIE DON T GO IN THE WATER Universal Pictures scrapped their plans for their Dark Universe after the disappointment of The Mummy in 2017, but the studio has hopes of reviving those various franchises. That quick turnaround started just over a month ago with The Invisible Man. With that in mind, let s look at this week s news that Universal Pictures has hired TV director Stephen Williams (LOST, Watchmen) to helm a suspenseful monster movie called Don t Go in the Water. That title could refer to any number of underwater threats, but writers online are already speculating that this could be a back door remake of Creature from the Black Lagoon. Having said that, Don t Go in the Water could be a warning about something else, like piranha, barracuda, crocodiles, etc. Heck, this could as easily be a secret Sea Monkeys monster movie.5. ANNE HATHAWAY WILL DISCOVER WHY FRENCH CHILDREN DON T THROW FOOD (Photo by Giles Keyte/Focus Features)The COVID-19 crisis is not progressing at the same pace in different nations, so some international film productions will be able to proceed sooner than here in the United States. That potentially sets up scenarios where Hollywood movie stars may pick up work in those countries while they wait for other work to resume or start here. We don t know if that s the case in this story, but Anne Hathaway has signed on to star in the StudioCanal production French Children Don t Throw Food. The film will be an adaptation of the autobiography of the same title by Pamela Druckerman. Hathaway will star as an American journalist who moves to Paris for her husband s job [who] observes her French neighbors and friends to uncover the secrets behind parenting astonishingly well-behaved French children. 6. DON CHEADLE WILL BE THE VILLAIN IN SPACE JAM 2 (Photo by DreamWorks courtesy Everett Collection)Amidst all of the big delays, it can seem almost jarring when one hears about something that s proceeding unabated. For example, the animation process for Space Jam 2 is still moving forward as scheduled, according to the sequel s star and producer, LeBron James. Just like everything  in the world, everything is slowed down a little bit, but we’re still on target, James said of the film s release date on July 16th, 2021. In related news, comedian-actor Paul Scheer also confirmed this week that Don Cheadle (whose casting in Space Jam 2 was actually announced last July) is playing the film s villain. Live-action filming of Space Jam 2 wrapped in September of 2019.7. SCREENWRITER CONFIRMS NO SEQUEL FOR SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY(Photo by Walt Disney Studios)Until just two years ago, Disney and Lucasfilm were still committed to the Star Wars Story movies being an ongoing franchise to support the main franchise of films (The Force Awakens, The Last Jedi, The Rise of Skywalker). In addition to planned projects for Boba Fett and Obi-Wan (which will instead be a Disney+ series), the ending of Solo: A Star Wars Story (Fresh at 70%) also seemed to suggest there was narrative room for sequels (unlike, say, Rogue One, which ended exactly where Star Wars: A New Hope starts). The huge wrench in all of those plans, however, was that Solo only earned 2 million worldwide. We ve known for a while that the Star Wars Story movies were done, but there had been some speculation online that perhaps Alden Ehrenreich s version of young Han Solo could continue his adventures on something for Disney+. Well, screenwriter Jon Kasdan answered that question directly this week, and he pretty much shot down such talk, specifically saying, the D+ Star Wars slate is really pretty packed. Alden Ehrenreich has no feature films in the works, but he did land the lead role in the Brave New World series that will premiere on NBC s Peacock app.8. ZACK SNYDER S NEW BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE REVELATIONS (Photo by Warner Bros.)Like many filmmakers during the ongoing health crisis, Zack Snyder staged an online event recently for fans as Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (Rotten at 28%) celebrated its fourth anniversary. Especially of note were Snyder s comments about longtime Justice League member J onn J onnz, the Martian Manhunter (played by Harry Lennix) and Gal Gadot s Wonder Woman. Talking about the image of Gal Gadot (teasing her debut in Batman v Superman), Snyder said that the exact setting of Wonder Woman during World War I wasn t known while they were filming, with other possibilities (at the time) being either the Crimean War (1853 to 1856) or the American Civil War (1861 to 1865).9. MICHAEL BAY SIGNS NEW SONY DEAL STARTING WITH BLACK FIVE (Photo by Michael Germana/Everett Collection)This year marks 24 years now since Michael Bay s first and only Fresh film as director, which was also his second film, The Rock (Fresh at 66%). After directing his last Transformers film (The Last Knight, Rotten at 15%), Michael Bay moved over to Netflix with last year s 6 Underground (Rotten at 36%), starring Ryan Reynolds. Netflix has obviously been very much in the business of establishing new relationships and deals across the board, but Bay has chosen to go another direction, as he has signed a new deal that brings him back to Sony Pictures, the studio behind his very first ever film as director, Bad Boys. Bay s first new project under this new deal at Sony will be an ensemble drama called Black Five. Sony is reportedly still hoping for an early 2020 production start date with a big male lead. The premise is being kept secret, but it s reportedly got a gritty sci-fi element to it that s that’s very much in the vein other Bay films.

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