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bob体育在线登陆采用百度引擎2(Baidu 3)Joel Meares for Rotten Tomatoes: I was reading that you didn t actually see Larry, the monster in Come Play, until the first time you interacted with it on set. What was your reaction to first seeing the creature?Azhy Robertson: It was pretty terrifying. The puppet looks a lot like it does in the movie. There was a scene where Gillian [Jacobs] and I were hiding under the bed and Larry just jump scared us! The first few takes, it really scared me. It was so surprising.For viewers who haven t seen the film yet, what is so terrifying about the look of Larry? Robertson: He s basic, he s not super detailed or anything, but I think that makes him a little scarier. He s just this huge tall lanky dude. He s actually humanoid, and I feel like that reflects into the message of the movie about loneliness, and how he just wants some friends. That was very interesting to me.(Photo by © Focus Features )You watched Poltergeist in the lead up to this at the director’s suggestion. Were there other movies that you watched to get the vibe of what the filmmakers were going for? What did you think of Poltergeist and those films?Robertson: I didn t really watch any other films, because I m literally a huge scaredy cat, so I didn t want to watch any more horror films. But Poltergeist is pretty similar to Come Play, because they both involve an invisible and mysterious entity-slash-ghost, and they re doing strange and horrible things to a family.Right. And both involve entities coming through screens – in Poltergeist through the TV, and in Come Play Larry’s coming from iPads, phones, TVs… anything around. Robertson: Yeah.Speaking of… do your parents have strict rules for your laptop and iPad usage? They might get stricter after seeing this movie! Robertson: Now, in quarantine, I really don t have anything to do other than that, so I don t really get very many limits, but they stop me if I m on it for way too long. Before quarantine, it was only four hours a week. Playing with my friends doesn t really count, though, only playing by myself.Preparing for this role, you also spent some time in New York being with kids with special needs and autism to get a sense of your character. How did that experience help prepare you to play Oliver?Robertson: I sat in on some classes and observed some of the common characteristics between some of the kids, because, if you ve met one kid with autism, then you ve only met one kid with autism. They re not all the same. I just wanted to see some common things that they do. For example, stimming was one, where you just do something with your body, your hands, your joints, because if there s too much sensory detail, then you focus on what you re doing with your hands or your joints or your body. [Editor s note: Oliver does a version of this in the film.](Photo by © Focus Features )You ve worked with some really incredible actors in your very short career. Obviously, Adam Driver and Scarlet Johansson in Marriage Story, and then Winona Ryder and Zoe Kazan in The Plot Against America, and here with Gillian Jacobs and John Gallagher Jr. What did you learn from your co-stars in this movie?Robertson: I ve learned a lot. Gillian, she taught me that if you need to be emotional She gave me a lot of space to be emotional, and she told me how you can help get teary and sad: You isolate yourself. That s something that I use to this day. When I need to be very sad or emotional, I isolate myself from everyone else to concentrate.One last question before I let you go. There’s one sequence that really stands out in the movie, a terrifying scene set in a parking booth that is also in director Jason Chase’s short. The invisible monster attacks. It looked incredibly intense and wild. What was that like to shoot?It was both scary and fun. Playing with that laser thing, that was pretty cool. Getting picked up by an invisible ghost – that was really intense and terrifying. Using the sticky-hand thing, without going into too much detail, that was pretty insane as well. That whole sequence of scenes was really cool.Have you seen the finished film?Robertson: Yeah I have.Scary? Robertson: Very.Come Play is in theaters October 30, 2020. On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.Thumbnail image: Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection, Jasin Boland/© Warner Bros. Pictures, © Columbia Pictures, © Neon, © Columbia Pictures

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This week s biggest TV news includes a Twilight Zone trailer, Walking Dead ratings, updates on the assault case involving Empire star Jussie Smollett, and more.TOP STORYJussie Smollett s Empire Future in Doubt; Police Claim Actor Staged Attack Due to Salary(Photo by Chuck Hodes/FOX)20th Century Fox has been forced to reassess after the arrest of Empire star Jussie Smollett.On January 29, reports emerged that Smollett, who plays golden-voiced Jamal Lyon on the drama series, had been hospitalized after a seemingly racist and homophobic assault. Less than a month later, Smollett turned himself in to Chicago police after being charged with a felony for filing a false report for the incident, which police now allege the actor planned himself because he was “dissatisfied with his salary.”The actor earns ,000 per episode, according to The Huffington Post. By comparison, the higher end of the TV star salary spectrum includes the cast of CBS’ juggernaut sitcom The Big Bang Theory, who each earn around million per episode. Rachel Brosnahan, award-winning star of Amazon’s The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, recently renegotiated her contract to earn around 0,000 an episode beginning with the comedy’s third season. The lower end of TV contracts will see supporting leads with no other major credits make around ,000 an episode, according to a 2017 report.While Fox initially made multiple statements in support of Smollett and reiterating that he was not being written off the series, it has changed course following the actor’s arrest.“We understand the seriousness of this matter and we respect the legal process,” a statement provided to the Huffington Post said. “We are evaluating the situation and we are considering our options.”Here s a timeline of how the investigation of the incident evolved:Tuesday, Jan. 29: Reports emerged that Smollett had been the victim of a hate crime in the early morning hours in which two men in masks poured bleach on him, tied a noose around his neck, and shouted that he was in “MAGA country.”Wednesday, Jan. 30: Police were seeking two persons of interest in the alleged assault and battery of the actor. Additionally, Smollett’s music manager Brandon Z. Moore said he was on the phone with his client during the incident and overheard part of the attack.Thursday, Jan. 31: Chicago police said that Smollett refused to turn his cell phone over to detectives and declined to provide phone records for the investigation.Friday, Feb. 1: Smollett released a statement thanking his fans for their “outpouring of love and support” in the wake of the incident.Saturday, Feb. 2: Smollett performed a sold-out show at Los Angeles’ Troubadour nightclub, during which he told fans he fought back against his attackers, and that “I’m gonna stand strong with y’all. I had to be here tonight. I couldn’t let those [attackers] win. I will always stand for love.”Thursday, Feb. 14: Chicago police arrest the two persons of interest in the case, and also say local media reports that the attack was a hoax are unconfirmed. Earlier that morning, Smollett gave his first media interview following the incident on Good Morning America, where he told Robin Roberts he was “pissed off.”Friday, Feb. 15: The two suspects were released without charges after being held and questioned for 48 hours.Saturday, Feb. 16: Police said the investigation had “shifted,” and a police source said that the two men told police that Smollett paid them to help orchestrate the attack. Smollett denied the new information.Wednesday, Feb. 20: Surveillance video appeared that reportedly showed the brothers linked to the attack purchasing the items used in the alleged assault. Smollett was officially charged with making a false police report. The felony disorderly conduct charge could come with up to three years of prison time.Thursday, Feb. 21: Smollett turned himself in to police and was released on 0,000 bond. A bond proffer (read the full document) filed by prosecutors during the actor s bond hearing revealed that Smollett paid the brothers ,500 with a backdated personal check.First Trailer for Jordan Peele s Twilight Zone Remake ReleasedStreaming service CBS All Access has finally released a full — albeit incredibly mysterious — trailer for Jordan Peele’s reimagining of the classic sci-fi series The Twilight Zone, which debuts on April 1. While it only revealed a few clues about some of the episodes’ storylines (including that Adam Scott’s character will have significant experiences with the number 1015, Sanaa Lathan’s character is dealing with something that goes “backwards,” and Kumail Nanjiani’s character accidentally changes or erases something in his life), it did show the first footage of many of the series’ biggest guest stars (including Tracy Morgan, Greg Kinnear, John Cho, Steven Yeun, Allison Tolman, and more).Yes, the iconic score is included too.The Walking Dead Hits a Ratings LowThe Walking Dead is still one of the biggest shows on television, but the series hit its all-time ratings low with season 9 s 10th episode on Sunday, February 17. The episode, Omega, earned just 4.54 million viewers and a 1.7 rating in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic, its lowest-ever outing.The episode also ended up with a season-low 76% Tomatometer score, based on critics reviews. As a means of establishing the character of Alpha, the harsh and violent new antagonist and leader of the Whisperers, Omega is bluntly effective. As an episode of The Walking Dead, it s pretty thin gruel,  Alex McLevy wrote for AV Club.Don’t worry too much, though — it’s still the top-rated non-sports cable show on television.Casting Update: New SNL Hosts, Gotham Alum’s New Role, Lost Boys TV series, and MoreComing to #SNL in March! ☘️ @mulaney ☘️ @ThomasRhett☘️ @idriselba☘️ @thegreatkhalid pic.twitter.com/TMQJ8aKhNw Saturday Night Live SNL (@nbcsnl) February 20, 2019Saturday Night Live will welcome People magazine’s reigning Sexiest Man Alive on March 9 when Idris Elba hosts the sketch comedy series for the first time. The week before, March 2, former SNL writer John Mulaney will host. Mulaney’s musical guest will be country star Thomas Rhett, while Elba’s will be singer Khalid.Gotham star Robin Lord Taylor, a.k.a. Cobblepot/Penguin, is joining season 2 of Lifetime-turned-Netflix drama You. According to Deadline, he’ll play Will, a “thoughtful, personable, and highly intelligent guy who marches to the beat of his drummer” and occasionally “deals with unsavory sorts as part of his job,” and who “gets trapped in a bad situation.”The CW is remaking ’80s vampire classic The Lost Boys as a TV series, and has cast former Teen Wolf star Tyler Posey in the pilot, which will be directed by Catherine Hardwicke. According to Entertainment Weekly, he’ll play Michael, one of two brothers who moves to the town of Santa Carla, California, after the sudden death of his father. Per EW, Michael is the “elder brother, whose life plans are uprooted when he learns he has the same genetic weakness that killed his dad.”Other casting news includes Sophia Bush in a mysterious role on Jane the Virgin’s final season, Rachael Leigh Cook as Reid’s new love interest in the final season of Criminal Minds, Alicia Witt in the final season of Orange Is the New Black, and Ryan Devlin’s return to Veronica Mars in Hulu’s upcoming new season of the series.Upcoming Reboots and RevivalsPsych is coming back — again. The cult-favorite USA series, which ran from 2006-2014, returned in late 2017 with a feature-length installment. The network announced last week that another film featuring the series original stars will air before the end of 2019.Nickelodeon is rebooting its 1990s sketch comedy series All That, which will be executive produced by original star Kenan Thompson, who has gone on to become SNL s longest-tenured cast member ever. Netflix has announced a sequel to its viral hit rom-com The Kissing Booth, with original stars Joey King and Jacob Elordi returning.Deals, Deals, DealsNetflix has signed The Haunting of Hill House creator Mike Flanagan and partner Trevor Macy to a deal that will see the pair develop and produce new series for the streaming service. The deal also includes an anthological-style second season of their hit horror series, which will be called The Haunting of Bly Manor and, according to THR, will be inspired by Henry James’ short story The Turn of the Screw.Neil Gaiman is teaming up with The Jim Henson Company for a reimagined version of 1987 series The Storyteller. The new version will “create a mystical world combining various fairy tales and folklore” for what Gaiman calls “the binging kind” of modern TV viewer. Gaiman, who will write and executive produce, said in a statement, “Part of what fascinates me about The Storyteller is the stuff that we don’t know,” he said. “Who was the Storyteller, why was he telling these stories, was he a goblin, what kind of creature? What I’d love to do is an inside story that’s as long as the outside story. We’re going to find out a lot about who the storyteller is, we’re going to find out things we don’t even know that we don’t know. We’re going to begin in a Northern kingdom where stories are forbidden and where the act of telling a story is liable and can get you imprisoned or executed. If you put a storyteller into that situation, things would need to start getting interactive.”Oscar-winning production company Fabula (behind Jackie, Neruda, No, The Club, and more) has teamed up with global producer and distributor Fremantle (American Gods, My Brilliant Friend, The Young Pope) for a deal that includes their current collaboration, the eight-part Spanish-language series La Jauria. 5. MARGOT ROBBIE PRODUCING METH DEALER DRAMA BARBED WIRE HEART (Photo by Frank Masi/Paramount Pictures)Just last week, we learned that production is starting up on a Breaking Bad movie about the continuing misadventures of Aaron Paul s Jesse Pinkman character. Whatever else it might have been, Breaking Bad was most obviously a show about meth production and the illegal drug trade. Warner Bros. is now moving forward with another drama about meth dealers, namely an adaptation of the novel Barbed Wire Heart by author Tess Sharpe. Although she is not expected to star in the film, Margot Robbie s Luckychap production company is developing Barbed Wire Heart along with Dan Lin, whose work at Warner Bros. has included the The LEGO Movie and Sherlock Holmes franchises. The Barbed Wire Heart lead character is the daughter of a meth-dealing killer who squares off against the rival family who took her mother’s life. In related news, Margot Robbie s next film as Harley Quinn, Birds of Prey, has found its Cassandra Cain in newcomer Ella Jay Basco. In the DC Comics, Cassandra Cain is one of the crimefighting heroines who has in the past worn the costume, cape, and mask of Batgirl. Birds of Prey is scheduled for release on February 7, 2020 (up against Peter Rabbit 2, and the week before James Bond 25).Rotten Ideas4. IS THE WORLD READY FOR FRANKEN BERRY AND THE MCU (MONSTER CEREAL UNIVERSE)?(Photo by General Mills)There is something of a strange overlap between monster movies and kids movies, which dates back to the Abbott and Costello crossovers of the 1940s and 1950s and more recently includes the three Hotel Transylvania movies. Starting in 1971, General Mills has produced a line of breakfast cereals that spoof the Universal Classic Monsters. The three most popular are Franken Berry, Count Chocula, and Boo Berry (past cereals Fruit Brute and Fruity Yummy Mummy are currently discontinued). This week, a new Franken Berry billboard went up on Sunset Blvd. prompting people to go to this website. That s where this story gets really weird. It appears that General Mills is actively looking for filmmakers, actors, agents, writers, producers, animators, tastemakers, dealmakers, movers and shakers to help them pitch concepts for movies (or other projects) based on their breakfast cereal monsters. Honestly, we ve seen way worse ideas for movies than, say, a Boo Berry haunted house movie, but we ve also seen way better ones.3. REMAKE OF WESTERN CLASSIC HIGH NOON NOW IN DEVELOPMENTThere are classic movies, and then there are classic movies, those films considered to be amongst the form s highest entries. 1952 s High Noon (Certified Fresh at 96%) is frequently included on all time best lists, in addition to the four Academy Awards it won (including Best Actor). In 2000, the TNT and TBS cable channels produced a remake of High Noon (Rotten at 50%) with Tom Skerritt (Top Gun, TV s Picket Fences) in the small-town marshal role originally played by Gary Cooper. High Noon director Stanley Kramer died a year later in 2001, and now his widow has agreed to a deal starting development on a new remake. High Noon depicted how a U.S. Marshal in the New Mexico territory prepared for the arrival on a train at noon of a team of trained killers sent to carry out revenge for the arrest of their gang leader.2. THAT ANIMATED LASAGNA ISN T GOING TO EAT ITSELF: GARFIELD IS COMING BACK(Photo by 20th Century Fox Film Corp.)In 2004 and 2006, Bill Murray starred as the voice of the world s most famous comic strip cat in Garfield: The Movie (Rotten at 15%) and Garfield: A Tale of Two Kitties (11%). From one perspective, those low Tomatometer scores could mean there s nowhere to go but up, but as with video game movies, it s probably more likely to mean that any future Garfield projects probably won t be well received either. The Garfield movies also weren t particularly successful financially, with the first film only earning million domestically from a budget of million, and the sequel barely making more than a third of that. Regardless, development is underway on a new animated adaptation of Jim Davis popular Garfield comic strip character. The challenging prospect of turning the Garfield ship around is being taken on by director Mark Dindal who is best known for Disney s The Emperor s New Groove (Certified Fresh at 85%) and Chicken Little (Rotten at 37%).1. R.I.P. MARVEL COMICS EDITOR-IN-CHIEF STAN LEE (1922-2018) (Photo by Gabriel Olsen/Getty Images)In 1961, Stan Lee was 39 years old and frustrated with the state of monster and teen romance comics that his company was producing when he was inspired to co-create Fantastic Four, putting a new spin on superhero comics. Over the next five years, Lee, Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, and others at Marvel Comics also gave the world Ant-Man, The Avengers, Black Panther, Daredevil, Doctor Strange, The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man, Nick Fury, Thor, X-Men, and arguably their biggest success, Spider-Man. Starting with 2000 s X-Men, Lee started a long string of movie cameos that really took off when Marvel Studios started producing their own movies in 2008 with Iron Man. This week, Stan Lee died at the age of 95, leaving behind a legacy and body of work rivaled by few in modern pop culture. Stan Lee s cameos made him technically the highest grossing actor of all time (Samuel L. Jackson isn t far behind), but we now only have a few more films that we ll ever get to see Stan in again. As for the future beyond Stan Lee s last cameo, the MCU will obviously continue, but Stan himself also talked last year  about the possibility of a Stan Lee movie (possibly starring Leonardo DiCaprio?). Lee is an entertainment legend and a pop culture icon, and he will be sorely missed.
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(Photo by Neon / Courtesy Everett Collection. Thumbnail image: Universal, RADiUS-TWC/Courtesy Everett Collection.)All Elisabeth Moss Movies RankedWith a full steam TV career ranging from The West Wing to Mad Men and The Handmaid s Tale, it took until last decade for Elisabeth Moss to start building her profile as a leading movie star. But in the years since 2014 breakthrough dramatic thriller The One I Love, she s put together an impressive catalog of diverse, complex film roles that complements her television work, as seen in Certified Fresh movies like Queen of Earth, Listen Up Phillip, Us, and Her Smell.In 2020, she made headlines on both sides of the pandemic: first with The Invisible Man (one of the last major theatrical offerings to enjoy some semblance of a full release window), and then with the dark, literary Shirley after it set up shop on streaming. She ll have an appearance in Wes Anderson s The French Dispatch, which was due for later this year and has now been unset without a new release date. Until then, we re ranking all Elisabeth Moss movies by Tomatometer!

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5.39.2 1月喜迎This Week s Ketchup brings you more headlines from the world of film development news, covering new roles for Zac Efron, Colin Firth, Tom Hardy, and Ellen Page.This WEEK S TOP STORYJOHNNY DEPP TO BE REPLACED IN FANTASTIC BEASTS 3 (Photo by ©2018 Warner Bros.)The news broke on Monday that Johnny Depp lost a libel case in a London courtroom over a newspaper s use of the phrase, wife beater. Within the week, Warner Bros. decided to move forward with their fantasy sequel Fantastic Beasts 3 with a new actor to be cast as the villain wizard Gellert Grindelwald, formerly played by Johnny Depp in Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald (Rotten at 36%). Fantastic Beasts 3 actually started filming in the U.K. in September, and was to have continued filming until February, but the role will now be recast with a different actor, and all of the scenes that Depp filmed will be reshot with his replacement. The news came from both Warner Bros. (in a statement that read Johnny Depp will depart the Fantastic Beasts franchise ) and from Depp himself, who posted an image of a typed letter on his official Instagram account. This delay in filming also led today to Warner Bros. rescheduling the Fantastic Beasts 3 release date from November 12, 2021 to sometime in the summer of 2022 (though that may have been an inevitable delay because of the COVID-19 pandemic anyway). Both The Wrap and Collider posted speculative lists today of stars who could possibly replace Johnny Depp as Grindelwald, with only Colin Farrell and Tilda Swinton appearing in both articles.Other Top Headlines1. DOCTOR STRANGE DIRECTOR ANSWERS SPOOKY BLACK PHONE (Photo by Andrew Schwartz/©Screen Gems)Marvel Studios distinguished Doctor Strange from its other previous superhero movies by hiring horror director Scott Derrickson (Sinister, The Exorcism of Emily Rose) incidentally, his replacement on the sequel, Sam Raimi, also has roots in horror. Earlier this year, we learned that Scott Derrickson is expected to direct the long-in-development thriller Bermuda (about the Bermuda Triangle), but that project hasn t started filming yet. Another new project that Scott Derrickson is now attached to direct is Black Phone for Blumhouse Productions and Universal Pictures. Black Phone will be an adaptation of a horror novella by Joe Hill (A.K.A. Stephen King s son), which is reportedly about a dead cinephile, a lonely kid, an eight-foot-tall locust and a man locked in a basement stained with the blood of murdered children. Blumhouse has already started casting Black Phone, starting with Mason Thames (For All Mankind) and 11-year-old child actor Madeleine McGraw (A Christmas Wish, Toy Story 4).2. ZAC EFRON TO BE STUCK IN THE AUSTRALIAN OUTBACK FOR GOLD(Photo by Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection)Over the last several years, survival thrillers like All is Lost (Robert Redford), 127 Hours (James Franco), The Shallows (Blake Lively), and Adrift (Shailene Woodley and an unconscious Sam Claflin) have pitted their lead characters against nature and the elements. Zac Efron will soon join the club as he is signed to star in a survival thriller called Gold. Efron will play one of two men who find a huge chunk of gold in the Australian Outback, which leads to Efron s character waiting by the find while the other man leaves to get the equipment necessary to actually plunder the loot, even as he (Efron) has to deal with desert elements, ravenous wild dogs and mysterious intruders, [and] the sinking suspicion that he has been left to die out there alone. Australian filmmaker Anthony Hayes (Animal Kingdom, Certified Fresh at 94%) co-wrote Gold, which he will direct, and in which he will also co-star (it s unclear which role he will be playing). Other roles that Zac Efron has in the works include remakes of both Stephen King s Firestarter and Three Men and a Baby (for Disney+).3. TOM HARDY TO LEAD VIETNAM WAR ENSEMBLE CAST OF THE THINGS THEY CARRIED (Photo by Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection)The Things They Carried is the title of a 1990 collection of short stories by novelist Tim O Brien that all revolve around the same platoon of soldiers during the Vietnam War, one of which was adapted in 1998 as the Kiefer Sutherland film A Soldier s Sweetheart. Director Rupert Sanders (Snow White and the Huntsman, Ghost in the Shell) is getting ready to start filming a new movie based on The Things They Carried that will apparently adapt several of the book s stories. We can sort of guess that the end result will be more of an anthology film based on the ensemble cast that was announced this week, which includes Tom Hardy (who s also producing), Tye Sheridan, Pete Davidson, Bill Skarsgård, Moises Arias, Angus Cloud, Stephan James, and Martin Sensmeier. Hardy will likely next be seen in the Marvel sequel Venom: Let There Be Carnage (6/25/2021), which will introduce Woody Harrelson as the titular symbiote serial killer Carnage.4. FROZEN CO-STARS TO REUNITE FOR ANOTHER (LIVE-ACTION) MUSICAL (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)Unless you re a Broadway fan, Jonathan Groff might be one of the biggest movie stars of recent years whose face isn t actually recognizable by many fans, because his biggest role was as the voices of Kristoff and Sven in Frozen (Certified Fresh at 90%) and Frozen II (Certified Fresh at 77%), which together have earned over .73 billion dollars worldwide. Groff may be closer to raising his visual profile with the news this week that he will reunite with his Frozen co-star Kristen Bell for another musical, which this time will be live action. Bell and Groff will co-star in Molly and the Moon, written by the creators of the hit CBS sitcom How I Met Your Mother, playing an expectant couple who sing songs to their unborn baby, with the movie then taking us inside the mom s womb (one has to wonder if this part will also be entirely live action) where a little girl in a rowboat sings back at them. The screenwriters were reportedly inspired by a real-life experience with a child born with a rare genetic condition that required post-natal surgery (we don t know yet if that part is a spoiler for Molly and the Moon).5. STEVE COOGAN TO STAR IN WACKY COMEDY ABOUT THE BONES OF K
Ryan Reynolds stars in Free Guy, a movie about a video game character who suddenly breaks from his expected monotony to reach his full potential. And as it turns out, it’s also a movie that breaks from expectations to reach its full potential. That’s the consensus from the surprisingly very positive reviews from the new action-comedy, which hits theaters on August 13.While familiar in its premise and the latest movie to capitalize on a studio’s willingness to mash up famous pop culture IP, Free Guy is said to be a lot of fun, with tons of action, laughs, and heart, plus a bunch of surprises that critics aren’t divulging. The only place where reviews really disagree, though, is in where they land on Taika Waititi’s scene-chewing villainous role.Here’s what critics are saying about Free Guy:Is Free Guy more than it seems? “Free Guy is way better than you may have been expecting — in fact, it’s absolutely joyful.” Germain Lussier, io9.com“A very pleasant surprise.” Mark Cassidy, ComicBookMovie.com“Free Guy is surprisingly far more complex than expected.” Robert Daniels, The Playlist“I never expected to see a film that hilariously deals with philosophical conundrums the way The Good Place used to.” Sherin Nicole, idobi.com“One of the summer’s bigger surprises.” Joey Magidson, Awards RadarHow does it compare to other video game movies?“The best-ever video-game movie.” Ian Sandwell, Digital Spy“One of the best video game movies that Hollywood has managed to churn out.” Hoai-Tran Bui, Slashfilm“[One] of the best video game-themed movies in recent memory.” Germain Lussier, io9.com(Photo by 20th Century Studios)Will it appeal to gamers?“It actually understands what makes video games tick.” Hoai-Tran Bui, Slashfilm“There are numerous Easter eggs for gamers to find in the background details and, crucially, it s done with love for the culture, rather than any cynicism.” Ian Sandwell, Digital Spy“Very clearly a movie aimed at young gamers… and for a film aimed at gamers, it seems pretty oblivious to what that audience actually wants in a game.” Rob Hunter, Film School Rejects“When branching off the core story and trying to bring in certain elements, gamers may be less impressed with some of the gag choices.” Aaron Neuwirth, We Live EntertainmentWhat about non-gamers?“While it’s very respectful and true to gaming culture, it’s one of those movies that almost anyone could watch and find enjoyment in.” Germain Lussier, io9.com“If you’re not into video games, I wouldn’t say that’s a hurdle for Free Guy any more than not being into Lego is a hurdle for The Lego Movie.” Matt Goldberg, Collider“Free Guy is fun and visually stunning enough to hold the interest of anyone looking for a literal escape to something far away from the real world.” Catherine Springer, AwardsWatch“Free Guy is nothing if not a movie that wins you over in spite of your better judgment and best defenses.” David Ehrlich, IndieWire(Photo by 20th Century Studios)How is the action?“The film is loaded with wall-to-wall action, albeit the cartoonish kind that makes this solid family entertainment.” Chris Bumbray, JoBlo“The action is used not just to entertain, but to develop characters, which in turn endears them to the audience.” Germain Lussier, io9.comAnd the visuals?“The world-building is incredible… The set design and VFX are impeccable and engaging.” Yolanda Machado, Nerdist“They’re just flashy enough to make the world of Free City seem both fun to live in and kind of real.” Germain Lussier, io9.comWhat about the script?“Incredibly uplifting.” Matt Goldberg, Collider“However predictable, the journey to get there makes up for it by being akin to a rocket ship.” Germain Lussier, io9.com“So much energy has been poured into the creation of Free City that the plot suffered as a result.”  Ian Sandwell, Digital Spy“If it sounds complicated, plot-wise, that s because it is, overly so, to the point that the film has to stop a couple of times to explain itself to some extent, although certain plot points remain unexplained, perhaps because the credited screenwriters could not remember the narrative point and/or lost the cocktail napkin on which the script was originally jotted down upon.” Peter Martin, Screen Anarchy“Free Guy is the unfortunate example that fails to add anything new… It neglects to build character and narrative of its own.” Rob Hunter, Film School Rejects(Photo by 20th Century Studios)Is it funny?“One of the funniest movies of the year.” Robert Daniels, The Playlist“Hilarious thanks to a few laugh-out-loud surprises courtesy of the merger between 20th Century Studios and the Walt Disney Company.” Joey Morona, Cleveland Plain DealerBut does it have heart?“It really believes in itself…there’s a real, beating heart beneath all that plastic packaging of Free Guy” Hoai-Tran Bui, Slashfilm“Will make your heart swell and burst.” Joey Morona, Cleveland Plain DealerDoes the r
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With a Tomatometer score that places it among the worst-received in the past decade and ratings that Variety called a staggering low, the 93rd Academy Awards will go down in history as a failed experiment.Here s what critics had to say.The High Points: It Was DifferentThe fairest thing to say is that Academy Awards are rarely very entertaining to watch, but at least this year they were not very entertaining in an unexpected way. – Nicholas Barber, BBC.comNo one s asking for their money back: The 93rd Oscars were by far the best movie awards show of the past year. Hopefully it s also the last pandemic show we ll ever have to endure. – Lindsey Bahr, Associated PressThe question was, would it be a good sort of different or a bad sort of different? The ceremony turned out to be a bit of both-and yet, on balance, still more entertaining than the average pre-COVID Oscars. – Judy Berman, TIME MagazineLook, I m a sucker for Soderbergh s kooky art projects. This Oscar night looked different from any other, and the parts that worked were exciting enough to suggest a new style for blather-y awards shows. – Darren Franich, Entertainment WeeklyA fascinating exercise in rising to the occasion where necessary, and tripping on its gown when changing things for change s sake. – Caroline Framke, VarietyThe resulting relatively fast-paced and deeply personal ceremony actually might have been something more vital — a true Hollywood reinvigoration. – Dominic Patten, Deadline Hollywood DailyI m not sure we need this kind of lean approach every year, with its glut of words and its odd shortage of clips, but it did seem like the right style for a sobering year that has been ridden with loss, grief, illness, and financial strain. – Matthew Gilbert, Boston GlobeThe Low Points: Oy, That EndingIf the first two hours of The 93rd Oscars started to shakily reinvent the franchise s formula, the final stretch collapsed into confusion and chaos. The tone flailed wildly. – Shirley Li, The AtlanticSoderbergh and his co-producers seemed so terrified of appearing flippant about coronavirus they had apparently instructed guests to bang on about it at every opportunity. – Ed Power, Daily Telegraph (UK)The memorial reel was introduced with a strange recitation of all the bad things that can kill people, including poverty, which seemed to shove the losses of some of the most beloved people to the background behind political issues. As though people wouldn’t die if only we fixed our social problems Bryan Cranston’s giving out an Oscar to a nursing home in a deserted Dolby Theatre (the usual site) really captured the energy level of the night, and the slurred delivery by a suddenly 185-year-old Harrison Ford when he attempted a clunky comedy bit about initial negative reactions to Blade Runner was sad and dispiriting. – Kyle Smith, National ReviewThe Oscars finale was a heartless disaster Instead of having the previous year s Best Actress announce the Best Actor award and vice versa, the Academy broke tradition again and invited Joaquin Phoenix — who famously hates awards shows — to present the final award. Phoenix awkwardly read the lead-in to Best Actor which, in a shocking twist, went to Anthony Hopkins of The Father. Hopkins wasn t even in attendance, so the Oscar night ended abruptly, with the Academy accepting the award on his behalf. The debacle represents more than just the heights of miscalculation. Any way you look at it, the move was horribly unfair to the Best Picture winner. – Jeva Lange, The WeekMost of the innovations fell flat, and the Oscars worst tendencies towards bloat and self-congratulation were only amplified in the new setting. Every Oscar broadcast has its slow parts. This year, it felt like all slow parts. – Dave Nemetz, TV LineNo film clips. No songs. No host. No fun. The words show don t tell never occurred to Soderbergh and his crew. It was like if the Grammys didn t have any music. – Rob Sheffield, Rolling StoneThis is how I know for sure that the 2021 Oscars was a prestige-TV show and not a movie: because it was mostly enjoyable until the terrible finale that ruined the whole thing. – Jen Chaney, New York Magazine/VultureThe Affair Overall: It Was Not the Celebration of Movies We NeededThe Oscars this year of all years should have been a great big global commercial for motion pictures and the need for them in our lives. I brought my movie love. I don t feel like the 93rd Annual Academy Awards quite returned it. – Pete Hammond, Deadline Hollywood DailyOverall it all felt similar to previous Oscar shows, and often flat, especially without the masses (there were 170 at the ceremony compared to the usual several thousand in Dolby Theatre), loud applause and rattling of borrowed jewellery. – Jeremy Kay, Screen InternationalMay have felt like an earnest celebration of the people who make movies, but, thanks to some bad decisions, wound up being both a boring TV show and a lackluster argument for heading back out to movie theaters. – Kristi Turnquist, OregonianI could see what the producers were going for. Maybe I even respect what the producers were going for. But they didn t beat the house. Not this time. – Dan Fienberg, Hollywood ReporterIn a bid for elegance, the broadcast courted sluggishness. – Robert Lloyd, Los Angeles TimesIt s tough to remember Oscars ceremonies from one year to the next, but the 2021 Academy Awards telecast may stand the test of time for all the wrong reasons. It was bad. Really bad. – Rob Owen, Pittsburgh Tribune-ReviewThis strange time has a way of taxing our short term memory, and once this awards season is a dot in our rearview mirror perhaps we ll simply look at this Oscars as an adventurous effort that in the end, couldn t wriggle free from clichéd habits. – Melanie McFarland, Salon.comThe changes, however necessary, were a reminder of how the rituals of the Oscars, no matter how lame and formulaic, are a crucial part of its appeal — the mixture of performative glamour with the klutzy, mortifying atmosphere of a high school dance. – Mike Hale, New York TimesA breezy three-hour event is hard to pull off, and it s even harder to make entertaining. Besides a bit of hard-earned magic, Oscars telecasts rely on tension, spectacle, and surprises. Stripping out the first two and relying on the third is a risky bet. – Ben Travers, indieWire
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bob体育在线登陆 Ryan Fujitani for Rotten Tomatoes: Hotel Mumbai is an intense film. Knowing what the story was behind it, and knowing what you were able to portray in the film, what was the atmosphere like on set? I can t imagine there was a lot of laughter and joking around when the cameras were turned off.Armie Hammer: Yeah, you re not wrong. It was very different. Call My By Your Name was the film I shot right before this, where we were riding bicycles and drinking wine through the Italian countryside, and then I came to this, where we are in smoke-filled hotel hallways being chased by gunmen screaming at us in Urdu, and had no idea what was going on. It was really intense. The filming experience was brutal. It was a lot of time manifesting just fear and anxiety and adrenaline and all that stuff, and that wasn t the only reason why it was a more serious and somber filming experience, but also because we re telling the real story of people who went through these terrible traumatic events.We wanted to be respectful of that. We wanted to acknowledge that, yeah, we had the ability and safety net of calling cut if things ever got out of hand for us. The people in the hotel didn t. So that was something that was always on our mind. So the days were very heavy they were brutal and we compensated at night. By the minute we wrapped, we were like, F k. Alright guys, let s go to dinner. We need wine, we need something. Let s just chill. And everybody would just hang out with each other at night, and try to just joke, and try to find some levity, and just enjoy being with each other, knowing that the next day was going to be equally intense and equally brutal, and that we were going to have to do it over, and over, and over.RT: As harrowing an experience shooting the film must have been, would you say that you discovered anything new about yourself in the process, or was there something you discovered about the story you were portraying that surprised you?Hammer: I wish I could say, You know what I discovered about myself? That if I was in this situation I would try to X, Y, and Z. And I would try to be the hero in some way, or I would try to do whatever I could to save myself or save some lives. But ultimately, the thing that I walked away from it realizing was, these situations happen all the time, unfortunately, and we just had something like this happen down in Christchurch.This s t happens way too often. And the fact of the matter is, it f king sucks. There s no positive thing about this. I didn t walk away from the movie saying, Oh, well now I know this about myself. I walked away from it going, That f king sucks. What do we do to make sure that does not happen again? What can we do as a voting populace? What can we do as humanity? What can we do as people to ensure that this s t stops happening? There s no positive silver lining to things like this. There s no big lesson to learn. All you walk away from it going is, That s t sucks, and I don t want that to happen anymore. Hotel Mumbai opens in select theaters on Friday, March 22.

Part of Lucifer and Chloe’s new mystery involves Briana Hildebrand’s Rory, a new character for the final run. Her true nature is teased in the trailers and is something for the viewer to discover themselves, but German offered a few insights into her place within Lucifer.“It s almost like her problems with Lucifer are its own character and asking him to be accountable,” she said. “She wants explanations and she wants answers. [Briana] came in and just blew us all away with how talented she is, and her character gives an opportunity to see Lucifer in a whole new light. The fans and the audience have not seen him remotely anywhere around this sort of arena that he s in with her in this season.”And though it may seems as though the character will bring the thunder, Ellis teased a “good day in the park” with the character.Beyond Rory providing a new dimension to the series, characters like Ella, Mazikeen (Lesley-Ann Brandt), Amenadiel (DB Woodside), and Dan (Kevin Alejandro) carry on. Although, some of their stories may offer surprising resolutions for the audience. Henderson teased that Ella’s was particularly important to get right because, he said, “Ella is us.”The Ultimate Divergence Between The Show And The Comic Book(Photo by Netflix)The series is based on the comic book by writer Mike Carey and artists Peter Gross and Dean Ormston – itself based on ideas initially outlined in Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman – but the program quickly struck out on its own path while keeping a handful of characters like Amenadiel and Mazikeen. Now in its full form the divergences will create a startling different experience for those well versed in the comic, particularly considering the end state of Lucifer in the comic book. Nevertheless, Henderson believes both tell stories which are, ultimately, very true to Lucifer as a character as he never stops being concerned with freedom of choice and “freedom of who you are.”“Also, just the idea of creating your own destiny and the limitations on that, but also the internal struggle to break free of those bonds [is key],” he said. “What s fun is to find our own angle on it through our completely different world and set up that hopefully, in the end, is complementary to what Mike did.”The Legacy of Lucifer(Photo by John P. Fleenor/Netflix)Now that the series is a complete whole, all involved hope the program’s struggle to stay alive — and the fan support when it was first canceled — will always be part of its legacy. Indeed, the original Star Trek, Wynonna Earp, The Expanse, and Manifest are members of that rarified group of shows willed back into existence by its fans.“I really hope that people remember that side of it, because that doesn t happen a lot,” Ellis said.German added, “It really was the fans that saved our show and that s a huge part of our [story]. The fans are just as important as the show.” She hopes Lucifer does not “outlive that part,” but embeds itself as an aspect of the show s history, as is the case with Star Trek and Wynonna Earp.“I love that so much of our story is being the little devil that could,”Modrovich said.“The show was underestimated and then the fans spoke up and fought on our behalf. I remember like it was yesterday when we were canceled, and the fans tweeted a million tweets in 24 hours, and I was like, ‘Oh, what a nice goodbye,’” Henderson recalled. Then Netflix swooped in and help the series arrived at this finish line. “I love that as our mythology because, to me, the show will only continue because of that moment, because of our fans. That s rewarding, he said.“In the words of Dr. Linda, We fell, but we also rose, ” Modrovich added. “It just made it that much sweeter. We were able to enjoy being [back] … it s sort of like when you re faced with a moment of near-death experience, you appreciate life that much more. We did for those three seasons.”Ellis offered one more thought on the show s legacy: “I d also hope that people can reflect on that one day and go, ‘Of course that s unique and it s about positivity and people coming together, pushing in one direction, and what that can actually achieve.’”The Next Lucifer(Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)Although Ellis, German, and the producers have finished their journey with Lucifer Morningstar, the character already has plans to return to Netflix in the near future as part of the long-in-the-works TV adaptation of The Sandman. Played in the upcoming series by Gwendoline Christie at a point before Lucifer quit Hell, fans will see the character in a new way. Lucifer also recurred in The Sandman comics and, as it happens, his eventual decision to abdicate his domain plays a crucial part in one of the series most pivotal storylines. And as on Lucifer, he found a respite at a West Coast nightclub called Lux; of course, as we’ve already seen him retire to Los Angeles, it’s possible his next manifestation may choose a different place for his second act — or does it count as a fifth act? — but wherever he ends up, it just proves how tenacious the Devil can be.Lucifer season 6 is now streaming on Netflix.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News. (Photo by Disney Channel/Courtesy Everett Collection)After Star Wars was released in 1977, everyone wanted to be Han Solo, including black children. Because before Lando Calrissian arrived in The Empire Strikes Back (1980), young black film fans were forced to search for the heroes in themselves in the white characters available to them.As Black History Month draws to a close, we have a look back at some of the groundbreaking TV series that helped change that.Before the 1970s, black characters on television most often appeared in the token roles of gangster, hardened cop, or caregiver. Then shows like The Jeffersons, Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids, and Good Times began to fill the void in black representation, and in the 80s, Diff rent Strokes, A Different World, and 227 widened the conversation surrounding black archetypes, higher education, and navigating the politics of black and white America.And while early children’s programs like Sesame Street and Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood promoted important messages of community and tolerance, they would often feature black children in stories that would subtly incorporate the otherness of black children in order to be palatable to white audiences and avoid controversy. In reality, it’s that perceived otherness that makes life difficult for black families.Though pioneers for children’s show representation, 80s cartoons like Captain Planet, Defenders of the Earth, and Jem and the Holograms did little to elevate the minority characters above colorful casting.But in the ’90s, the landscape changed, and black kids were finally able to recognize themselves in the characters they were seeing on TV. The impact was immediate and the feeling was unique and powerful.The birth of Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network, and a 24-hour Disney Channel finally made it possible for creators to put a sharp focus on the black experience in children’s entertainment. Suddenly, black children were the stars of television shows — shows that understood the challenges they would face in life.The important lessons the following ’90s series taught were frequently difficult and wouldn’t have been possible without the onscreen representation these shows provided. Their legacy is a TV universe that today includes series like grown-ish, Cousins for Life, Craig of the Creek, Doc McStuffins, and K.C. Undercover.Have a look at some of those lessons of these series and specific episodes that made such a difference in empowering young black viewers.Kenan and Kel (1996-2000)Young sketch comedy gods Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell followed up their All That success with their own eponymous show. The series, set in Chicago, featured a theme song by Coolio and centered on two kids trying to get through high school, work regular jobs, and date. They served up epic laughs for four seasons that eventually led to a feature movie.The Episode: I.Q. Can Do Better Kel s parents are a brain surgeon and a rocket scientist, but his genius isn t as readily apparent. So, when the boys take an IQ test and his score comes back as certified brilliant — and Kenan s score is a three — Kenan suspects something is wrong with the test. At the end of the episode, it turns out both boys are geniuses.The Lesson:Kenan and Kel perfected slapstick to a professional grade early in their careers; in fact, the actors were almost too good at the exaggerated style of physical comedy — to the point that viewers might mistake their characters bumbling, scheming, practical jokes, and mistakes as signs of ignorance. The episode revealed, however, that their ingenuity and intellectual curiosity were actually the building blocks of genius.The Proud Family (2001-2005)(Photo by Disney Channel/Courtesy Everett Collection)Each week Penny Proud, eldest child of the Proud family, navigated the terrifying world of middle school, hormones, and the many dynamic personalities of her big family (with a theme song by Solange Knowles, backed by Destiny s Child). Voiced by Kyla Pratt, Penny was a good girl with bad girl attitude. She was ready to fight for her friends, but hated to disappoint her parents. The show mostly focused on the problems all adolescents face, but occasionally an episode specific to black childhood would explore a previously hidden truth.The Episode: I Had a Dream Penny s history teacher, tired of reading the same old reports during Black History Month, assigns the class projects focusing on lesser-known black American contributions to history. Penny gets figuratively and literally swept up in the assignment, traveling to 1955 dressed as 1960s activist Angela Davis. Enraged at the limitations the era enforces on her, Penny gives a modern-day speech about the accomplishments of black Americans. Later, her love for her white friend, Zoey, inspires a protest that eventually integrates their school. Parents protest the change, but Penny retorts by reciting portions of Dr. Martin Luther King s I Have a Dream speech.The Lesson:This episode serves an intense reality check for children who believe the past doesn t affect their current existence. In her dream, Penny s history teacher works as a disregarded janitor, and her friends are second-class citizens; Penny Proud can t swallow that level of indignity. She learns that the civil rights movement was built on a foundation of hard work, and that all black children owe a debt to those who paved the way — lest history repeat itself.Cousin Skeeter (1999-2001)(Photo by Nickelodeon/Courtesy Everett Collection)Nickelodeon’s sitcom was about a suburban black family that takes in their cousin Skeeter, a puppet in the human world who uses his adorable nature to create mischief. The story is a bit like an updated Leave it to Beaver. Skeeter, his cousin Bobby, and Bobby s lifelong friend and eternal crush Nina encounter classic sitcom tropes like navigating April Fool s jokes, sneaking out of the house, and trading lives with a wealthy lookalike.The Episode: The Bicycle Thief Skeeter sees the perfect opportunity for Bobby to prove his love for Nina when Nina’s bike is stolen. Together the crew plays detective to figure out who took the bike. Clumsy Skeeter sets up a sting operation using Bobby s bike as bait for the thief, and it works! Unfortunately, the thief is craftier than expected and gets away. The friends try to get the police involved, but a lack of evidence gets them turned away. Eventually, they track their bikes down and discover that the shop worker who s been helping them enhance their bikes set them up.The Lesson:Interactions between police officers and black children are often portrayed as terrifying and life-threatening, but in reality, interactions with the police exist on a spectrum.When the officers arrive on the scene, they uncover a stash of spicy candy. But when the trio warn an officer, he brushes them off and even mocks them lightly. The kids just shrug and let the officer eat the candy, showing that sometimes police officers’ microaggressions will shame black youth. The lesson is imperative to their survival in a world that isn t always kind (but also doesn t have to be deadly).Codename: Kids Next Door (2002-2008)KND was a super-secret global spy ring made entirely of adolescents determined to end parental crimes of forced veggies, bedtimes, and the regulation of Halloween candy. Numbuh Five, voiced by Cree Summers, was an early childhood icon for many black girls. Summer s gravely voice, Five s sporty design, and the effortless cool of the character can be compared to Pam Grier s Coffy or a modern-day Idris Elba. When the show focused on Five, it often forced the fearless anchor of the team to confront her inner demons.The Episode: Operation M.A.U.R.I.C.E. One of the main goals of the KND was to allow kids to be kids for as long as possible. Age and time changed Five s sister, Cree, from Five s best friend to her sworn enemy. Afraid her friend Maurice will suffer the same fate when he turns 13, Five and the team agree to watch Maurice 24/7 to make sure he doesn t become part of the teen s team. Though he s growing up, Maurice will get to be a kid forever.The Lesson:Some people get to remain kids. Growing up doesn’t mean a person is expected to be jaded. Maurice, though 13, still wants to protect his friends. He’s growing and maturing, but his roots remain intact. This sets expectations for Five that help relieve a lot of the pressure she feels as she approaches the same age; she doesn’t have to become her sister. In a world where black children are expected to grow up faster than their peers, learning that remaining young at heart is a choice is an important one.That s So Raven (2003-2008)Raven (Raven-Symoné) is a normal high-schooler, except for one thing: She can see into the future. Raven, who has aspirations to be a designer, tries to survive high school and interpret her visions with her friends Eddie (Orlando Brown) and Chelsea (Annelise van der Pol) by her side.The Episode: True Colors Chelsea and Raven apply for a job at Sassy’s. Raven passes every test with flying colors, but in a vision, Raven hears the boss say she doesn t hire black people. Hearing these words shocks Raven to her core. For the first time she is consciously aware of racism. I always heard about racism, Raven tells her friends, but I didn t know how much it could hurt. Raven s parents convince her to fight back. Eventually, they catch the boss on camera being overtly racist, and she is fired.The Lesson:Fighting for one s rights can be incredibly daunting, and having to explain to young children why one s skin color shouldn t exclude them from work, can be demeaning and embarrassing. Even Chelsea, who loves Raven endlessly, has a hard time identifying her new boss as racist. She just discriminates against bald people, Chelsea explains at one point, showing that even the most well-intentioned friend may still have difficulty understanding these situations. Raven was ready to give up, but with her support system behind her, she was able to get justice, which is an enormously valuable lesson for any child to learn.

2022-01-18

The stand-out episode of Netflix s latest horror hit The Haunting of Bly Manor draws inspiration from a Henry James short story that, according to series creator Mike Flanagan, had not previously been adapted.A follow-up to The Haunting of Hill House, the new series explores several tragic love stories as it follows American au pair Dani Clayton (Victoria Pedretti), who accepts a job in England looking after orphaned siblings Miles (Benjamin Evan Ainsworth) and Flora (Amelie Bea Smith) while supernatural phenomena swirl around her. If the scenario sounds familiar, the season was primarily inspired by James much-adapted classic novella The Turn of the Screw.But other works by the iconic author add to the story layers that unfold at Bly.(Photo by EIKE SCHROTER/NETFLIX © 2020)Episode 8 takes the same name as the previously overlooked James tale, The Romance of Certain Old Clothes,  and acts mostly as a standalone episode that detours to the 18th century to reveal the origin of Bly Manor s ghost story. Flanagan called it more aggressive and vicious than anything else Henry James ever wrote, during a virtual press conference for the series.Unlike his work with Hill House, Flanagan made a concerted effort to remove himself as the sole creative force behind every episode of Bly Manor. But for the season s penultimate episode of, he admits he did everything in his power to be on set every day. I was never more anxious to get to set just to sit at the monitor and watch than I was during episode 8, because it was so cool. It was the kind of episode I just wanted to see as a fan, Flanagan said. The Romance of Certain Old Clothes is a brooding gothic romance and tragic love song to the genre, with visual storytelling to make fans of classic horror cinema rejoice. The episode is the most haunting hour of TV you ll see this year. Here s why.SPOILER ALERT: THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS DETAILS ABOUT EPISODE 8 OF THE HAUNTING OF BLY MANOR. STOP HERE IF YOU HAVE NOT WATCHED THE EPISODE.It Gives a Heartbreaking Backstory to Bly Manor s Curse(Photo by EIKE SCHROTER/NETFLIX © 2020)Flanagan said he had planned to explore the origins of Hill House’s hauntings, but that production didn t have the budget or time to see its backstory brought to life. After the series remarkable reception on Netflix, however, Flanagan clearly had more flexibility for his next The Haunting series.Episode 8 throws us way back in time to recount the lives of Viola (Kate Siegel) and Perdita (Katie Parker), sisters left with an uncertain future in the manor after their father passes away. Practical Viola marries her distant cousin Arthur, heir to the manor (since it was illegal for women to inherit property).A true romance blossoms between the two, and soon their daughter Isabel is born. But, as with most gothic romances, the story takes a tragic turn, and Viola falls ill with tuberculosis. While Viola is locked away in a room, coughing up blood, romance between Arthur and Perdita develops and tensions rise between the sisters. One day, it all comes to a head, and Perdita murders Viola in her bed.(Photo by EIKE SCHROTER/NETFLIX © 2020)Perdita marries Arthur, of course, and the two raise Isabel, but financial struggles leave the couple s relationship strained. Perdita wants to sell Viola s fine jewelry and clothes that are locked away in a chest in the attic, but Arthur refuses. He made a promise to Viola that Isabel would receive those treasures once she was of age. But Perdita goes against his wishes and opens the truck, and Viola s enraged spirit chokes her sister to death.After Arthur finds Perdita dead, he deduces that the trunk is cursed and throws it into the lake, before taking Isabel and moving far away from Bly Manor. The sisters ghosts remain stuck to the property, however, to form the haunting foundation that the rest of the season s unfortunate events are built upon.Like Episode 6 of The Haunting of Hill House, This One Is a Standout(Photo by Steve Dietl/Netflix (The Haunting of Hill House)) The Romance of Certain Old Clothes holds just as much importance to the Haunting franchise as Hill House s sixth episode, Two Storms, did two years ago.This episode doesn t come with all the bells and whistles that made Two Storms such a milestone — you won t find any 18-minute-long tracking shots here and that episode focused on the generational trauma that permeated the Crain family, both in their present and in their past. It was a poignant exploration of grief that relied on some dazzling camera work and blocking to tie everything together.(Photo by EIKE SCHROTER/NETFLIX © 2020)Bly Manor is a different beast — at its core, even more of a ghost story than Hill House’s exploration of family trauma. Carla Gugino s narrator figures prominently in this episode, and her comforting diction, along with the detailed set dressing, intricate costume design, and the guidance of up-and-coming director Axelle Carolyn — who Flanagan calls a student of black-and-white horror cinema — The Romance of Certain Old Clothes delivers the context that connects the past and present of the series. Everybody was always looking at episode 8 as our chance to do what we love the most, Flanagan admits. It s what made us want to do The Haunting and to look back at [director] Robert Wise and [director of The Innocents] Jack Clayton. These incredibly influential movies from the early ’60s, which were done so perfectly, they ve rendered it pointless to try to do a faithful feature adaptation of these texts. So it was one of those episodes, much like episode 6 in season 1, that we were preparing for and building up to the entire time. We shot it last. Kate Siegel s Lady of the Lake Is the Terrifying Key to Bly Manor s Mysteries(Photo by Netflix)The episode s timeline charges forward once Viola dies, showing the manor succumbing to decay and plague victims taking shelter under its roof. Throughout, Viola s ghost is anchored to that chest underwater, her afterlife focused on reunification with her daughter.Viola emerges from the water nightly to roam the grounds, eventually losing her face as the memory of who she was fades. When she disappears entirely, the monstrous Lady of the Lake emerges. The faceless being we see earlier in the season kills without remorse, taking out anyone who gets in her path as she makes her way up to the manor s bedroom, looking for young Isabel.

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2022-01-18
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