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1. 亚博体
如何评价手游《剑侠世界》?这是我前前同事在朋友圈原话:第一天开服2个服务器无需排队,免费榜第3这是怎么做到的号称绿色不氪金游戏,开服第一天畅销第4维持6个月,以后手游一哥就叫西 早在2019年10月底,华纳兄弟互动娱乐公司和网易公司于宣布合作,将联合推出一款名为《哈利波特:魔法觉醒》手游的全新移动游戏。该游在20年的网易游戏年度发布会上一经出现,就吸引了广大玩家的关注!《哈利波特:魔法觉醒》手游在创作灵感上作为一款影视改编IP衍生的手游,在本质上是一款以哈利波特原著为主题的RPG卡牌对战类游戏。
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2. 公平游戏环境
(梦梦爱三黑色沙漠手游能玩国)新春冲钱送的边框活动里,少不海战王了流安卓翻墙行元素,就是现在很火暴走尼玛手游的番禺星力拆红包!关卡集字超值兑湖南手游加盟换金卡神装、摇钱树免费送钻、限时冲击之恋爱手游抢代充腾讯金卡、情人节后宫福利等公主冒险团手游,春节长假每天都是福利满ios密fifa手游国服室满,相信玩家们在游戏中都会得到奥拉星手游1v1心跑酷快速意的东西,梦梦首次大放传奇手游ui坐标会出暗夜水,还有充值双倍排位带拉弹弹糖手游30级分返利、道具五折起,是不是超级t0武器心动,提高战力的好时麒麟刺方舟手游种植技巧更新机哦!亚博体After all the puzzlement, wonder, and possible curses, HBO’s Watchmen is finally out in our world. Exquisitely produced and full of the sort of heady content the prestige cable channel favors, it is easy to see how people will be commenting on its cops-vs.-white supremacists A-plot for the next nine weeks.But as these ideas are only just percolating in the first episode, fans of the original graphic novel have another viewpoint to grapple with: how Watchmen builds on the tangential world of the original 1986 comic book maxiseries by Alan Moore, Dave Gibbons, and John Higgins. As it is now clear this is a story set in that same world with the potential to become a direct sequel, it is fair to examine how executive producer Damon Lindelof (The Leftovers) and his team used the iconography devised by the comic book s creative team to put their treatise on race relations in the Watchmen context.Let’s take a look at what the season premiere revealed about the program’s world so far and how it draws from the comic book to establish its reality.Points of Departure(Photo by Mark Hill/HBO)Any good piece of fiction set in an alternate reality must address the point in history where its world diverges from our own, as Amazon’s The Man in the High Castle, for example, communicates easily. The point at which Watchmen diverges is a little more subtle, as it is not based in a historical event but a movement in fictional storytelling. Considering Moore and his collaborators were working for DC Comics, we’ll use June of 1938 – the publication date of Superman’s first appearance in Action Comics #1 – as the rough moment at which Watchmen s world and our own diverge. If the Watchmen comic book is an examination of a world in which costumed heroes had a real effect on U.S. history, then it is reasonable to assume they first debuted during that pre-war summer.While the point of departure is not addressed in the episode itself, it is worth making that assumption as the episode’s opening scene – a depiction of the Tulsa Race Riot – takes place in 1921, a good decade and change prior to the arrival of masked crusaders. Opening on that tragedy, and the racial motivations behind it, is very much a statement of intent from Lindelof. The Watchmen comic contains a wide number of themes, but race is only partially addressed. In the television series, it is the foundation of its major plotline. In using a real historical event, in which the most affluent black community in the U.S. at the time was leveled, and setting the series in the same city, Watchmen reminds the audience that both our reality and it share an abiding wound despite very different outcomes for Watchmen s World War II and Vietnam War — as well as other conflicts altered thanks to the mere existence of Dr. Manhattan and the other Minute Men.Since the riot took place prior to our presumed point of departure, the legacy of those events simmer under the other, more fantastical events of the Watchmen world. The program’s opening moments – a silent film detailing the exploits of real life U.S. Marshal Bass Reeves – suggests the world of Watchmen may have other points of departure predating 1938.Rorschach’s Mask As a Symbol of White Supremacy(Photo by HBO)Back in Watchmen, it is easy to see Rorschach’s journal as a manifesto more aligned with extremist ideologies. Of course, nothing is truly black and white in that story – which is, in many ways, the whole point – so it is doubly interesting to see his iconography so closely related with the Seventh Kavalry, the unambiguous bad guys of the Tulsa storyline. For readers of the original comic, the journey his mask makes following his death could be one of the most interesting elements of the series fictional history.Spoiler alert: If you haven’t read Watchmen, the following contains spoilers.(Photo by Mark Hill/HBO)In the comic book, Rorschach is the first of the still-active Minute Men to learn of the Comedian’s death, and his investigation brings the others together and eventually leads them to the culprit, Adrian Veidt. But, again, nothing is black and white, so his reasoning for the murder (and the subsequent annihilation of New York) is something most of the characters find they can live with: He intends to scare the world into an age of peace and prosperity. The only one among them who cannot accept murder on this scale as the price of peace is Rorschach himself. And it costs him his life.That reversal is one of the great literary tricks of the original comic book series. Just about every major character has a moment where they are the protagonist and the antagonist, and, as it happens, a reader can find themselves agreeing with Veidt because this is just a story and it is all quite academic (see also: Thanos grim calculus in Avengers: Infinity War). For those readers, Rorschach becomes the bad guy in the story s final pages and, on some readings, you can even see his acceptance of death as a heroic play to stop himself from spoiling Veidt’s golden age.We glimpse that world of peace for a page or two before Rorschach’s journal, which he sent to a conservative-leaning magazine called New Frontiersman, seemingly undoes everything Veidt tried to achieve. At least, we hope subsequent episodes will offer concrete details as to why the paradise the heroes agreed to did not stick. But at the moment, we can infer that the magazine published Rorschach’s journal and made Veidt the enemy of the world (note the newspaper reporting Veidt’s death as “confirmed”). It also, presumably, made Rorschach himself something of a hero among New Frontiersman s readership and, across the decades, he became a central figure of white separatist movements as he was white himself and espoused a certain type of moral purity often popular among extremists — the very one the Seventh Kavalry quote from his journal in their video to the Tulsa police.Rorschach would not necessarily have aligned with the Seventh K during his lifetime — though, we admit, he espoused a lot of their ideas — making it a curious legacy for the character. Again, nothing is black and white in the Watchmen comic, but passing decades have a habit of flattening notable people to a handful of key details and the nuance of Rorschach’s life disappears as he becomes part of the Seventh Kavalry’s mythology. The only thing black-and-white about the representation is the character’s mask, which here has transformed into that group s most powerful symbol.Squid Storms(Photo by Colin Hutton/HBO)The squid looms large in Watchmen history and is the key omission from the 2009 film adaptation. Veidt’s ultimate plan was to unleash an allegedly alien squid on Manhattan, killing all around it and scaring the nations of the world into peace. The creature was the product of the finest minds Veidt could corral – and at least one comic book creator. Until the publication of Rorscach’s journal, the plan worked – as evidenced in the comic’s second-to-last page – but the series introduces unintended consequences, which the book had no interesting in addressing.Watchmen’s debut episode suggests squid storms occur regularly. Much smaller versions of the original creature rain from the sky and are hazardous enough for cities to invest in warning sirens (a newspaper tells us deaths do sometimes occur during these storms). The way Angela Abar (Regina King) deals with the mess the storm leaves on her car shows they are also an annoyance. It may be the program’s best usage of the time gap between the original comic book series and the modern television show, as time has turned Veidt s attempted legacy into an occasional moment of inclement weather.Of course, the Lord of a Country Estate’s (Jeremy Irons) squid-themed anniversary cake suggests Adrian Veidt may have another legacy in the works for the world.One has to wonder if that new legacy will tempt Dr. Manhattan back from Mars. When we last saw him in the comic book, he was unwilling to tell Veidt if the terror he unleashed on New York was worth it in the end. Instead, Manhattan merely says Nothing ever ends. He also mentions leaving Earth s corner of the universe for some place else, but as the first episode reveals, he may have spent the last few decades making sandcastles on the red planet. Will he finally have an answer to Veidt s question?Police-Issue Archies(Photo by Mark Hill)With all that background world building in place, the first episode of Watchmen devotes most of its run-time to its real premise: in 2019 of the Watchmen world, cops dress like superheroes to protect their identities. Angela is known as Sister Night, a Tulsa PD detective who works with Looking Glass (Tim Blake Nelson), Red Scare (Andrew Howard), and the curiously-named Pirate Jenny (Jessica Camacho). They are all distinctive (though rank-and-file offers remain in customary police blues augmented with Watchmen yellow half-masks), suggesting detectives on the Tulsa police force have a major say in their costumes. It also suggests Red Scare did not put a lot of money or effort into his persona.But will all the eye-catching looks, it may have been easy to miss the coffee cup Angela drank from while talking to police chief Judd Crawford (Don Johnson). It had an owl-design which will tip off any and all Watchmen readers that Dan Dreiberg, aka Night Owl II, may have had something to do with Tulsa’s implementation of masks in law enforcement. When we last see him in the comic book, he is one of the few to seemingly thrive in the paradise Veidt tried to create. Is it possible he survived the tumult after Rorschach’s journal went public to become this world’s version of a tech giant?RELATED: What Critics Are Saying About WatchmenThe fact the police use a vehicle very similar to his flying Owlship suggests he or his decedents are profiting from the current climate. Although, it may just be evidence of Crawford s abiding love for all things Nite Owl — he also had a copy of Nite Owl I s autobiography on his desk.But should it turn out that Dan supports or supported police departments after 1986, it also reflects one of the major differences between Watchmen’s world and our own: the lack of the internet. Though not a major idea in this first episode, we hope the lack of a near-instantaneous global communication tool factors in as the series progresses.Or, maybe, the Internet is Veidt’s next attempt at a legacy. Will the Watchmen world be able to handle it?Watchmen airs Sundays at 9 p.m. on HBO.

3. 激战团竞模式
This week s Ketchup brings you another 10 headlines from the world of film development news (the stories about what movies Hollywood is working on for you next), covering titles like Black Adam, The Little Mermaid, Rin Tin Tin, and Uncharted.This WEEK S TOP STORYNICOLAS CAGE TO PLAY NICOLAS CAGE IN MOVIE ABOUT NICOLAS CAGE (Photo by NurPhoto/Getty Images)Just a couple of weeks ago, Ocbtober 29 marked the 20th anniversary of the release of Being John Malkovich (Certified Fresh at 93%), a movie that was meta before that word was even in common parlance. Given how well it was received, it s a little surprising more films like it (Jean-Claude Van Damme s JCVD, for example) haven t been made, but we may finally get the mother of all meta films in the near future. After a surprisingly active auction, Lionsgate has won the rights to a meta drama called The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent, about a famous Hollywood actor named Nicolas Cage. Lionsgate is now in talks with a famous Hollywood actor named Nicolas Cage to take on the role, who is described as being the star of Face/Off, Con Air, Mandy, Color Out of Space, and the upcoming Lionsgate meta drama The Unberable Weight of Massive Talent. Specifically, Cage will play a version of himself who is trying to get a role in Quentin Tarantino s next film and who also occasionally talks to an egotistical 1990s version of himself who rides him for making too many crappy movies and for not being a star anymore. It is not yet known if Quentin Tarantino will cast Nicolas Cage in his next movie. Nicolas Cage will also reprise his caveman role in The Croods 2 (12/23/2020), and might return as the voice of Spider-Man Noir in Spider-Verse 2 (4/8/2022).Other Top Headlines1. BOOGIE NIGHTS DIRECTOR RETURNING TO 1970s SAN FERNANDO VALLEY (Photo by Laurie Sparham /© Focus Features)Back in 1997, New Line Cinema released Boogie Nights (Certified Fresh at 93%), the second film from writer-director Paul Thomas Anderson, who went on to work on such movies as Magnolia (Certified Fresh at 83%), Punch-Drunk Love (Certified Fresh at 80%), There Will Be Blood (Certified Fresh at 91%), and last year s Phantom Thread (Certified Fresh at 91%). Put another way, P.T. Anderson s films have only ever scored a Tomatometer below 83% once (73% for Inherent Vice). For his next film, Anderson appears to be returning to his roots with a project that bears similiarities to both Boogie Nights and Magnolia. Described as an ensemble piece, the untitled project will reportedly be set in the San Fernando Valley in the 1970s and focus on a high school student who is also a successful child actor. Filming is expected to start in February, so we should start hearing casting announcements soon.2. MOON KNIGHT, MS. MARVEL, AND SHE-HULK ALL HEADING TO MARVEL MOVIES AFTER DISNEY+(Photo by Disney XD/Getty Images)The new Disney+ app launched this week, but we won t see the first Marvel Studios series, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, until late next year. Like that series, the first batch of Marvel shows on Disney+ are mostly going to feature MCU characters who first appeared in the movies (WandaVision, Loki, Hawkeye), but the next batch announced after those shows are for three characters that will make their debuts on Disney+: Moon Knight, Ms. Marvel, and She-Hulk. This week, Kevin Feige confirmed that all three of those characters will go on to appear in Marvel Studios movies after first making their debuts in their Disney+ shows. Feige didn t specify which movies they ll appear in, but Ms. Marvel seems likely to co-star in the inevitable Captain Marvel sequel. As for where the other two might show up, She-Hulk was a long-time member of the Fantastic Four in the comics (as well as the female-centric A-Force), and Moon Knight has been a member of both West Coast Avengers and Secret Avengers (if either of those teams are likely to ever get their own movies). You can read more about the Disney+ shows for Moon Knight here and She-Hulk here.3. DWAYNE JOHNSON S SHAZAM SPINOFF BLACK ADAM SCHEDULED FOR 2021 (Photo by Ron Phillips/©Warner Bros. Pictures)Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is such a looming presence on next month s schedule that pretty much no other major franchise entry is daring to take it on (the closest we ll get is Jumani: The Next Level). Likewise, Disney has already claimed December of 2022 for their next mystery Star Wars movie, but that leaves December in both 2020 and 2021 relatively wide open. Disney s own entry for December, 2021 is James Cameron s Avatar 2 (12/17/2021), but that film s juggernaut potential is definitely not a sure thing. Warner Bros. ended up raking in over .14 billion from their December 2018 release Aquaman, so they ve scheduled another DC Comics movie for December, 2021. That movie is Black Adam, the long-in-development anti-hero project starring Dwayne Johnson, who has been in talks to play the character since 2007. Black Adam is now scheduled for December 22, 2021, up against Sherlock Holmes 3, the Wicked movie, and an untitled Disney movie (possibly one of their live-action remakes). The news also came along with our first Black Adam poster, which is basically costume concept art. Paramount Pictures also made a big announcement for December, 2021 this week, as they have come aboard Babylon, the next film from director Damien Chazelle (La La Land, Whiplash), a 1920s-set Hollywood thriller starring Brad Pitt and Emma Stone. Paramount is scheduling Babylon for an awards season-friendly platform release starting on Christmas Day, 2021 before opening wide two weeks later on January 7, 2022.4. RELATIVE UNKNOWN LANDS PRINCE ERIC ROLE IN THE LITTLE MERMAID REMAKE (Photo by Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection)Walt Disney Pictures first choice to play Prince Eric in their upcoming live-action remake of The Little Mermaid was pop star Harry Styles of One Direction. Unfortunately, Harry Styles ultimately turned down the role, and it s been two months now since Disney had to find a new Eric. Surprisingly, the studio has decided to go with a relatively unknown young actor named Jonah Hauer-King, whose biggest movie to date was this year s doggie sequel A Dog s Way Home. With the last of the remake s major roles finally cast, director Rob Marshall (Chicago, Mary Poppins Returns) is expected to start filming in early 2020, possibly aiming for a release date in late 2021 or sometime in 2022. Jonah Hauer-King s co-stars in The Little Mermaid will include Awkwafina (Scuttle), Javier Bardem (King Triton), Daveed Diggs (Sebastian), Melissa McCarthy (Ursula), Jacob Tremblay (Flounder), and Halle Bailey as Ariel, The Little Mermaid herself.

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还不如研究研究如何设置,才能让自己的手机更好地适配新游戏。随着时代的发展,智能手机的功能越来越齐全,在手机上畅玩各类游戏变得越来越方便,很多玩家都喜欢上了这种能够随时随地享受游戏的快乐。游戏厂商们自然不会放过这个商机,开始不断推出各种类型的手游。但是要说在国内,哪款手游比较受大众欢迎呢?那必然是《王者荣耀》。作为手游界竞技类游戏的先行者,它拥有着全网最多的粉丝。

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6.47.7 8月喜迎(Photo by Universal / courtesy Everett Collection)20 Movies To Watch If You Loved The Invisible ManIf you re looking for more movies like The Invisible Man, surprise: We ve got a few recommendations! To get it out of the way, yep, The Invisible Man is a new entry in the Universal Classic Monster franchise. It was the first cinematic universe, kicking off way back in the 20s. (The 1920s and not, you know, our 20s.) Dracula, the Wolfman, Frankenstein s monster, the Mummy are all part of this motley crew, including the Invisible Man, who had six previous movies. This new Invisible Man is notable for its departure from formula by framing the story from the victim s perspective, but we re including these original six Universal Monster movies here for historical context. And, hell, let s throw in the other famous hard-to-see creep, Hollow Man, as a reminder that for decades, this is all we had in the invisible jerk subgenre.2020 s The Invisible Man, besides being a cracking horror/thriller, has also captured the zeitgeist for Moss Cecilia character and her plight. Cecilia flees a violent relationship, only to be tormented and trapped by her abuser, and made to look crazy in the eyes of friends and family. This is a form of gaslighting, a term specifically derived from 1944 s Gaslight, a psychological thriller starring Ingrid Bergman as a wife manipulated by her husband into thinking she s going insane. 1955 s Diabolique is probably the best of this type of story, though shout-out to Satoshi Kon s Perfect Blue, and even Scream, once you arrive at its endgame revelations. Black Swan, High Tension, and Girl, Interrupted are also worth watching through the lens of female-driven stories with shifty narratives.Invisible Man has drawn high marks for its use of negative space, which forces viewers to search through seemingly banal shots for hidden terrors, drumming up considerable dread and paranoia. It Follows  about a malevolent entity taking the shape of humans, often depicted shuffling in backgrounds is a previous horror phenomenon that similarly uses negative space to maximum effect.Audiences may also be impressed by Invisible Man s stylish presentation. Writer/director Leigh Whannell had already made a name for himself in horror by co-creating the Saw series (he s also one of the leads in the first movie). But his 2018 cyberpunk/body horror/action effort Upgrade represented a dramatic creative leap forward for him. It s fun to see Whannell apply Upgrade s style towards the world of The Invisible Man.And, of course, there s Elisabeth Moss, who first came to public attention with The West Wing, Mad Men, and then in the inescapable The Handmaid s Tale. But Moss has been acting in film since the early 90s (who can forget her as little girl in Suburban Commando?) and her most notable movie work is of the last few years: 2014 s The One I Love (witness her in a slightly happier relationship, before it turns sci-fi bizarre), psychological thriller Queen of Earth, and 2019 acting showcase Her Smell.
在开发手游的过程中,淘米团队也在不断披荆斩棘,目前,摩尔庄园手游已经经历数次内测,在TapTap评论区下,几千条评论垒成高楼,记录着玩家的意见:有赞美也有不满,有的玩家会列出数十条内测中的问题,有的则是难辨情绪的叹息。
使命召唤手游简称CODM,游戏策划的不作为,让玩家表示相当失望,不管游戏里边的画面还是各种游戏模式,都没有抓住游戏的核心,同时也没有站在玩家的角度去考虑问题,因此不管在哪个平台上看到的都是玩家对使命召唤手游的吐槽。

Author Richard Connell s 1924 short story The Most Dangerous Game, in which a big-game hunter is hunted by a Russian aristocrat on a remote island, has been adapted for the screen several times since its publication, and more than a few of those films have taken creative liberties with the source material. In 1972 s The Woman Hunt, there were multiple victims, and they were all women; 1987 s Slave Girls from Beyond Infinity set the action in space; and 1993 s Hard Target gave us Jean-Claude Van Damme in a mullet. The latest alternate take on the story comes to us via The Hunt, which casts a gaggle of insufferable liberal elites as the hunters and a dozen deplorables as their prey. Originally slated for release in September of 2019, the film was delayed in the wake of mass shootings in Dayton, OH and El Paso, TX, as well as some high-profile backlash from none other than Donald Trump himself. Presumably, the dust has settled enough that Universal feels comfortable releasing the film, and critics say it s kind of a mixed bag. Taken on its own merits as an action thriller infused with pitch-black comedy, it s not bad, but its efforts to skewer the political divide largely miss the mark, resulting in clumsy attempts at social satire and exaggerated caricatures that are difficult for anyone to relate to. GLOW star Betty Gilpin handles herself admirably in the central heroic role, and there s plenty of blood and guts to go around on all sides, but if there s anything to get riled up about here, it s that the end result wasn t a smarter movie.
(Photo by ©AVCO Embassy Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)In 1978, director John Carpenter released the seminal horror film Halloween and it flopped. Or at least he thought it had. The truth was, it opened in such limited release that it took a long time for word of mouth to build momentum. Once it had, he found himself with a million gross (on a 5,000 budget making it the highest grossing indie film ever until The Blair Witch Project in 1999) and mounting expectations for a killer follow-up. We didn t want to make another knife picture, explained producer Debra Hill in the DVD documentary Tales from the Mist: Inside the Fog. While on vacation in England, she and Carpenter visited Stonehenge and took note of an eerie fog bank surrounding the mystical structure. What do you think is in that fog? asked Carpenter. And just like that, they had their follow-up.The Fog was released on February 8, 1980, and although Carpenter would have slightly more money than he did on Halloween, it was still paltry even by early 80s standards. He and Hill set out to craft an old-fashioned ghost story about the fictional seaside California town of Antonio Bay, and how its 100-year anniversary is marred by the arrival of a mysterious rolling fog masking dark and deadly secrets. To get it done, they d have to get crafty.To honor the 40th birthday of The Fog, let s take a peak inside the Carpenter-Hill playbook to learn how to make million dollar scares out of a coupons and a dream budget.Lesson 1: Set Yourself Up For Success(Photo by ©Embassy courtesy Everett Collection)No one wants to tell an artist to dream smaller, but there is something to be said for keeping your vision manageable. The conceit of hidden ghosts in a dense fog gave Carpenter a huge break on his FX budget right from the get-go. The killers are mostly seen in silhouette (if they re seen at all), which nicely works both thematically and as a cost-saving measure. No need to blow your wad on CGI ghouls when you can suggest more than you show.Lesson 2: Location, Location, Location(Photo by Lionsgate)Similar to the unseen threat idea, Carpenter wisely kept Antonio Bay nicely and cheaply small town. He secured two main locations, an actual lighthouse (located in Point Reyes Beach, California) and an old church (the Episcopal Church of the Ascension in Sierra Madre, California), and made the most of them. The movie didn t require sprawling locales or elaborate sets, because the sense of isolation and claustrophobia served the overall story so well.Lesson 3: If You Shoot Big, It ll Look Big(Photo by Lionsgate)Carpenter and his frequent collaborator, cinematographer Dean Cundey, understood that the best way to mask The Fog s lack of budget muscle was to shoot its small ideas in the biggest way possible. The duo chose to shoot in widescreen Panavision, which made the most of the vast seaside locations witness the scene when the son of local radio DJ Stevie Wayne (Adrienne Barbeau) discovers the driftwood on the beach, or when Elizabeth and Nick (Jamie Lee Curtis and Tom Atkins) take a stroll along a dock. These scenes give you big, spacious backgrounds and a real sense of scale, even though there isn t any real action taking place in them. It s subtle, but it works. A lot of cheap movies involve tight close-ups in nondescript cafes and they feel cheap. The Fog, meanwhile, feels more expansive than that. Shooting in wide-open Panavision, according to Hill, made it look like you have a bigger-than-life movie. Lesson 4: Multitask and Call In Favors(Photo by Lionsgate)Low budget filmmaking means you make the most of what you have within figurative arm s length. Father Malone s (Hal Holbrook) assistant Bennet doesn t have a lot of screen time and even fewer lines, so Carpenter himself stepped in to play the role (he would admit in the audio commentary that his own performance was “terrible” and that he’d never act again except as “helicopter pilots and walk-ons”). Not only did the shadowy figures in dense fog help the FX budget, it also helped with keeping the stunt department lean. Whenever you see a ghost arm smashing through doors and windows, it was usually the same arm (even though it was often edited to seem like dozens) that of Carpenter s childhood  friend Tommy Lee Wallace, who also served as the movie s editor and production designer. Carpenter cast his then-wife, Barbeau, in the lead much to the chagrin of Hill, his ex-girlfriend and called in a favor to get his Halloween star Curtis into the mix. Including Curtis also helped convince her mom, screen legend Janet Leigh, to sign on as Antonio Bay s mayor. This had unexpected benefits, too: Carpenter wasn t shy when forced to use the Psycho actress star power to convince a local restaurant owner to stay open later so they could finish shooting.Lesson 5: Suggestive, Not Bombastic (Photo by Lionsgate) It didn t rely on the usual scares was how Cundey described The Fog in the Tales from the Mist doc, which is a euphemistic way of admitting they were under pretty tight constraints. But he and Carpenter built a sense of mounting dread and creeping unease through careful and inexpensive means. First, there was the score (done by Carpenter himself see Lesson 4), and then there were a series of simple but dramatic little moments like rattling bottles, honking car horns, dripping salt water, and sliding furniture that startled and creeped out the audience without having to rely on big, elaborate scares. There s also very little blood in the movie; the deaths are quick, brutal, and often off-screen. But the impact remains.Lesson 6: Pad If You Have To(Photo by Lionsgate)Carpenter s original cut of The Fog was a less-than-cinematic 85 minutes, so while keeping it lean and tight was good for the budget, it didn t help the finished product as much. He realized he needed to beef things up ever so slightly without stretching his already thin resources, so at the 11th hour he added the opening sequence of venerable actor John Houseman recounting the legend of Spivey Point over a campfire. The beach was faked on a soundstage, and the expository dialogue-disguised-as-local legend not only helped nudge the movie to a more respectable running time (alongside some additional shots of stabbings and a new sequence where a dead character appears to awaken in a hospital morgue to address concerns the producers had that the original cut wasn t scary enough), but it helped reinforce the overall ghost story feel without having to add much more than a simple fireside chat.Lesson 7: Compromise When You Must(Photo by Lionsgate)The character of KAB Radio DJ Stevie Wayne was modeled after legendary 60s and 70s DJ Alison Steele, known as The Nightbird. But where Steele played progressive counterculture rock and became a groundbreaking legend, Wayne rocks Antonio Bay with lounge music? Carpenter no doubt would have liked to have peppered his movie with cool rock tracks like Quentin Tarantino, but he had to program KAB with generic smooth jazz because, well, it was much, much cheaper. The only band Stevie mentions directly while giving an on-air shoutout to the crew of the Seagrass is The Coupe De Villes, which is Carpenter s side band (they performed the title track and even made a music video!  for Big Trouble in Little China).The Fog first opened in wide release on February 8, 1980.
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It was not a notable weekend at the box office. Though the same-day streaming question certainly comes into play for one particular title, it was not a factor for the new films which led the way with some historic lows. How much new concerns over rising COVID cases across the country factored into the overall poor box office is something to take into consideration. But it might also have just been a lack of interest in the two new major titles on offer.King of the Crop: Old Win Shows Mixed Signs For Box Office Health (Photo by © Universal Pictures)Most analysts gave the edge to a certain G.I. Joe character this weekend. Then it looked like it could be a toss-up for the top slot. Ultimately, M. Night Shyamalan’s latest, Old, won handily. (Well, handily by just .7 million, but considering estimates had Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins leading with a much wider gap it was a clear and surprising reversal.)While it may surprise those chiming in on the frequent discourse over the director’s output, Old s weekend haul of .5 million is actually the lowest opening for any of his films since his breakthrough of The Sixth Sense back in 1999. The last two entries in his Unbreakable trilogy, Split and Glass, opened to million and .3 million, respectively, in 2017 and 2019. Before this weekend, his lowest opening was Lady in the Water’s million, which went on to take a career-low overall .28 million. That was the start of four straight losers at the box office for Shyamalan, including The Happening, The Last Airbender, and After Earth. The filmmaker had found a bit of career resurgence starting with The Visit in 2015 kicking off a recent string of low-budget, high-concept films that turned a healthy profit.Recommended: M. Night Shyamalan Is Feeling More and More Like His Maverick Younger SelfOn the glass half-full side, Old is another low-budget effort ( million) that may seem a bit disappointing at the moment but is hardly going to rattle Universal’s books. The half-empty side is actually more on the theatrical industry seeing as how Old is the lowest-grossing film to debut at number 1 in July in 25 years since A Time To Kill on the weekend of July 26, 1996, which actually coincided with the Atlanta Olympics that year. (This stat does not include last year when movie theaters were mostly closed.) That John Grisham adaptation actually went on to gross over 8 million, something Old will not come close to doing, but this is the third weekend since Memorial Day that the leading film grossed under million. Rotten Returns: Snake Eyes Gamble Fails to Pay Off(Photo by Ed Araquel/Paramount Pictures)Paramount moved Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins into Summer from its originally re-scheduled October date. Not that the numbers would have looked any better three months from now, but a .3 million start in July for an million-budgeted film must have someone wondering if they could have sold it to Amazon when they were having a fire sale (Coming 2 America, Without Remorse, The Tomorrow War). This is surely about more than just rising Delta variants, though, when you consider that The Rise of Cobra opened to .7 million in 2009 and Retaliation started with .5 million in 2013. That’s eight years since the last film and this is basically the second attempt to reboot the whole franchise and there have only been three movies. Perhaps the studio can take some comfort that critics have been slightly kinder to it (42% on the Tomatmeter) than the 35% and 28% Tomatometer scores of the previous films.Also qualifying is Roadside’s pick-up of Joe Bell (formerly Good Joe Bell), from Solstice Studios, which was anything but good this weekend with both a 37% on the Tomatometer and a place out of the top 10 with just 7,000 in 1,094 theaters for only a 6 per-screen-average – that is the lowest per-screen-average for any film released in over 1,000 theaters this year behind Land (1) and Voyagers (0).The Top 10 And Beyond: A New Legacy Suffers Crushing Second Quarter with 69% Dropoff(Photo by © Warner Bros. )The weekend was actually nearly even worse for Space Jam: A New Legacy, which became just the 10th film ever to open to over million and have a second weekend under million. A 69% drop from last week s .7 million to this week s .5 million actually makes it the first “PG”-rated family film to join this league. Look at the company it has now joined:The Day the Earth Stood Still (2008) (.48 million-to-.89 million)The Wolfman (.47 million-to-.89 million)Saw V (.05 million-to-.74 million)Space Jam: A New Legacy (.05 million-to-.5 million)Dark Phoenix (.82 million-to-.35 million)A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010) (.90 million-to-.11 million)The Purge (.05 million-to-.31 million)Bruno (.61 million-to-.31 million)The Devil Inside (.73 million-to-.02 million)Friday the 13th (2009) (.57 million-to-.94 million)Twenty-five years ago, Michael Jordan’s Space Jam had a 41% drop over Thanksgiving weekend to .2 million. LeBron James’ Space Jam: A New Legacy is now looking more like The Purge: Anarchy, which opened to .8 million and dropped 64.8% to .4 million and had .8 million in the bank after 10 days. A New Legacy stands at .4 million and if it continues along this pace will end up somewhere around million. The bright side is it will be the second highest-grossing film domestically for Warner Bros./HBO Max along with the highest-grossing non-PG-13-rated family film this year. The down side is the 0 million-budgeted film will not come close to breaking even, nor matching the million/0 million domestic/worldwide haul of the Jordan film.For the time being it appears that 5 million may be the new throne standard for films in the pandemic hybrid era. A Quiet Place Part II is not going to get there but still remains the most impressive earner of this period. Black Widow, which has its eyes on the throne, fell another 55% this weekend down to .6 million. Its total stands at 4.8 million, which squeaks it into the top 25 all-time July releases after 17 days. The Marvel film’s third weekend is a bit more then what The Amazing Spider-Man made in weekend three, though that film ranks 14th on the aforementioned list with 7.7 million. However, if you compare the film to Star Trek Beyond, which had a million third weekend with 7 million in the bank, Black Widow’s final number could be closer to 5 million. It has grossed over 4 million worldwide, but its odds of reaching 0 million domestically have significantly decreased. Current throne holder, F9, stands at 3 million after five weeks and is also forging a similar pace with Star Trek Beyond, which had a .9 million in its fifth weekend. F9 made .46 million and looks to be stalling out, as expected over the past several weeks, at right around 5 million.Down the list, Universal is watching The Boss Baby: Family Business and The Forever Purge settle into the million and million regions. Sony is not having any greater success with their sequel, Escape Room: Tournament of Champions, which can only hope to hit million at this point. The Anthony Bourdain documentary, Roadrunner, managed to stay another weekend in the top 10 and is up to .7 million.On The Vine: Green Knights, Cruise Captains, and An American AbroadNext week has something for families and adult moviegoers up and down. Leading the way, no doubt, will be the latest Disney ride-turned-motion-picture, Jungle Cruise, starring Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt. The film should easily take the number 1 slot, but will also be competing against itself with  Premier Access on Disney+. Exclusively in theaters will be Oscar-winner Tom McCarthy’s Stillwater with Matt Damon on a quest to Marseilles find out the truth over his Amanda Knox-like daughter played by Abigail Breslin. Then you can also look for David Lowery’s take on Arthurian legend with The Green Knight, starring Dev Patel, and Sony Classics releasing one of the best-reviewed films of Sundance 2020, Nine Days, featuring Winston Duke.Full List of Box Office Results: July 23-25, 2021
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亚博体 Next would be Kitty Foyle, which is the movie that Ginger Rogers won her Oscar for. She is obviously mostly remembered for a singing and dancing star from the Astaire and Rogers musicals, but this is a melodrama – there was no singing or dancing. It basically tells the story of a girl who grows up on the wrong side of the tracks and falls in love with a wealthy heir to a big Philadelphia fortune, and has to navigate romance and class and all of these different issues.It s a very conservative film and it s very didactic. It s extremely problematic in a lot of ways, but I find it fascinating. The performance that she gives, though… I think a lot of times, some of these great stars, they win an Oscar for a movie that s not their best work, or it s sort of given as a consolation prize for them not winning for something that is a classic. I think people think that about Kitty Foyle because nobody watches it any more, and people only remember Ginger Rogers as a dancer, but her performance in this movie is stunning.The character she s playing has to sort of take on different personas over the course of her life and with different people in her life. The way that Ginger Rogers performs those unique and distinct versions of the same person is just really incredible. Obviously, there s a huge degree of difficulty to a career based on singing and dancing. I wrote about this in my book, but there s that old line about Ginger Rogers that She had to do everything Fred Astaire did, but backwards and in heels. The whole idea of her stardom is about how much harder it is for a woman to do the same things that a man does. But all of that said, I think there s a degree of difficulty to this performance that is the kind of thing that is really, true great acting and great stardom, but it s the kind of thing where the labor doesn t show, and so people don t talk about it in that way.

who first proposed a boycott of HFPA events were slightly more measured, saying this was a good step but not near enough and far too slow for a group of so few members. Then on Friday, a letter from Netflix Co-CEO Ted Sarandos took what was already a crisis for the HFPA and turned it into a full-blown disaster when he announced Netflix would not participate in any HFPA events until more changes were made and made quickly. In a message directed to the organization, Sarandos stated: “Today s is an important first step, however, we don t believe these proposed new policies — particularly around the size and speed of membership growth — will tackle the HFPA s systemic diversity and inclusion challenges, or the lack of clear standards for how your members should operate. Amazon and Warner Bros. soon followed with similar statements.It was a game-changing move. In truth, for everything said up to this point, if the studios were satisfied with the HFPA s proposals, nothing was going to change, as they held all the power. But with the weight of the increasingly powerful streamers and a major studio joining in, the winds were shifting.It didn’t help that at the height of the organization’s current woes, both the diversity consultant and PR crisis manager discontinued their work with the HFPA, nor that fresh issues have emerged: A couple of weeks ago, a current member mistook Daniel Kaluuya for Leslie Odom Jr. in the Oscars press room – a gaffe that left Kaluuya stunned and for which the journalist has refused to apologize. It s little wonder that this week three-time Golden Globe winner Tom Cruise sent his awards back to the HFPA in protest of their actions.(Photo by ©AMPAS courtesy Everett Collection)With NBC’s announcement that it will not air the broadcast they had paid million to secure just last year, the crisis is now existential for the HFPA. As things compound, many cannot help but ask, Can the Golden Globes survive? Some have suggested the HFPA can indeed weather the storm with a severe overhaul, while others say the situation is too far gone to repair, and perhaps NBC and other networks should look at a different set of awards to spotlight with a major broadcast, as some have suggested. It s difficult to dislodge anything with this much history in Hollywood, and funnily enough, all of this has happened before.In 1968, NBC pulled their TV contract with the Golden Globes when an FCC report detailed that the HFPA “substantially misleads the public as to how the winners were chosen and the procedures followed in choosing them.” At that time, the group did not actually vote on category winners, as it was assumed, but rather decided winners via a lobbying committee. After changes were made and a professional accounting firm was hired to compile the vote, NBC ended up televising the show, and that is what we think will likely occur this time around.If the Golden Globes disappear, that leaves a gap in the awards calendar in early January, something that second-tier shows like the Screen Actors Guild Awards or Critics Choice Awards could fill. But unless they re partnered with a major broadcaster like NBC – with its global reach and top hosting and presenting talent from a pool of SNL alums and late-night leaders – it s unlikely they would hold into it if NBC and the Globes eventually make nice. For now, we can all agree that the Globes must make swift changes, or they will cease to exist; it still remains to be seen, however, if that is possible, given the current membership s reputations.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News. Disney s first-ever theatrically released princess-movie sequel, Frozen II, is set to light up the box office ahead of the holidays when it hits theaters November 22. Ahead of the movie s release, Rotten Tomatoes correspondent Naz Perez sat down with the key returning cast (Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Josh Gad, Jonathan Groff) as well as some newcomers to Arendelle (Sterling K. Brown, Evan Rachel Wood) to talk about the movie s mega new songs and musical numbers, as well as to fantasy-cast the completely inevitable Frozen live-action remake. Plus, we spoke with the duo behind Frozen s original music, Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, about the challenges of getting lightning to strike twice after the phenomenon of Let It Go.

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