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巨星媳妇儿采用百度引擎1(Baidu 9)Back in 2004, Guillermo del Toro had arguably his first true mainstream success with an adaptation of a Mike Mignola comic series about a half-demon superhero with a dark sense of humor; that movie was Certified Fresh and went on to spawn an even better-reviewed sequel. Fifteen years later, we get a reboot of the character, with Stranger Things David Harbour taking over for Ron Perlman in the title role, and the reviews have been less than kind. Neil Marshall, the director behind celebrated fan-favorite horror flick The Descent, steps behind the camera here, recounting Hellboy s origins and setting him against a centuries-old sorceress who just wants to make demon babies with him and rule the world. Unfortunately, critics say Hellboy certainly earns its R rating, but not necessarily in the right ways, mistaking F-bombs and mindless gore for humor and imagination. It s an unfortunate reimagining of a normally fun character that strands him in a messy, poorly constructed story, then drowns him in blood and severed limbs and hopes the audience won t notice.

1. 巨星媳妇儿
If you have a suggestion for a movie or show you think we should do an episode on, let us know in the comments, or email us at rtiswrong@rottentomatoes.com.Meet the hostsJacqueline Coley is an editor at Rotten Tomatoes, with a focus on awards and indie coverage but with a passion for everything, from the MCU to musicals and period pieces. Coley is a regular moderator at conventions and other events, can be seen on Access Hollywood and other shows, and will not stand Constantine slander of any kind. Follow Jacqueline on Twitter: @THATjacqueline.Mark Ellis is a comedian and contributing editor for Rotten Tomatoes. He currently hosts the Rotten Tomatoes series Versus, among others, and can be seen co-hosting the sports entertainment phenomenon Movie Trivia Schmoedown. His favorite Star Wars movie is Jedi (guess which one!), his favorite person is actually a dog (his beloved stepdaughter Mollie), and – thanks to this podcast – he s about to watch Burlesque for the first time in his life. Follow Mark on Twitter: @markellislive.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News. porterThis film has a vibe more like a female Fear Loathing in Las Vegas, but set in Florida, and without the drugs. Manon de Reeper, Film Inquiry(Photo by Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images)How is the cast?[Colman] Domingo is a standout. As is the ever invaluable Riley Keough. Richard Lawson, Vanity FairKeough, in particular, is golden with her cartoonish (and often appropriating) accent. Matt Cipolla, The SpoolThe casting of Riley Keough is a masterstroke… she displays previously untapped comic timing. Jessica Kiang, The PlaylistThe movie s driving force, however, is the chemistry between Paige and Keough. David Rooney, Hollywood ReporterYou couldn’t ask for better actors to play the four principals, especially Paige. Justin Chang, Los Angeles TimesPaige and Keough are a classic comedy duo whose energies are so in-sync and old-school you wish they’d take Stefani and Zola on the Vaudeville circuit. Johnny Oleksinski, New York PostIf Paige and Keogh weren’t both such indelible, fiercely charismatic characters, the whole thing could easily fall apart. Leah Greenblatt, Entertainment WeeklyBraun is a scene-stealer, bringing Cousin-Greg-by-way-of-Pete-Davidson energy to poor guileless Derrek. Angie Han, MashableIs it funny?Extremely funny. Hannah Woodhead, Little White LiesLaugh-out-loud funny. David Rooney, Hollywood ReporterThings get dark and menacing, to be sure, but Zola is also filled with outrageous laughs. David Bax, Battleship Pretension[Made with] as much comedy as artfulness. And [Bravo] and O’Harris’ brisk writing is gut-busting stuff. Johnny Oleksinski, New York Post
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雷火传奇手游,一款2021年十分流行火热的传奇手机游戏,超高爆率,无敌打金,经典的传奇三大职业,玩家可以自由的进行选择,即时战斗的公平竞技玩法,3D庞大恢弘的游戏场景,热血刺激!巨星媳妇儿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 new projects for Michael Fassbender, Joaquin Phoenix, and Margot Robbie.This WEEK S TOP STORYM. NIGHT SHYALAMAN WORKING ON MYSTERIOUS MOVIES FOR 2021 AND 2023 (Photo by Jessica Kourkounis / © Universal)On top of everything else in M. Night Shyalaman s Split (Certified Fresh at 77%), the most memorable scene in the movie may have come at the end when it was revealed that it was secretly set in the same world as Shyamalan s Unbreakable (Fresh at 70%), which, of course, subsequently led to this year s Glass (Rotten at 37%). Regardless of how Glass itself was received, the box office success of these movies is a reminder that, like Quentin Tarantino, Shyamalan remains one of the few directors whose name carries marquee value. So, it s little surprise that this week, Universal Pictures moved quickly to schedule two mystery projects from M. Night Shyamalan for release on February 26, 2021 and February 17, 2023. The year 2023 is relatively unclaimed so far, but that date in early 2021 is the week before the reboots of Mortal Kombat and Masters of the Universe, both of which are staked out on March 5, 2021. Although no details are given for Shyamalan s new projects, they are described as being original movies. One possibility has been suggested by Collider, which is that these movies could be a longer story split in two. M. Night Shyamalan has now directed three movies within a superhero framework. What genre might he take on next?Other Top Headlines1. FIRST DETAILS ABOUT JOAQUIN PHOENIX S NEXT FILM AFTER JOKER (Photo by Warner Bros.)Joker (currently Fresh at 75%) doesn t come out for another two weeks, but its future seems pretty bright at this point, following the film s top prize win at the Venice Film Festival and with opening weekend box office predictions in the million range. Joaquin Phoenix will probably emerge from all of this with an even more prospects for major studio prestige films, but this week he signed on to work with an acclaimed independent director first. Joaquin Phoenix s next film after Joker will be an untitled independent drama with a secret premise from writer-director Mike Mills. This will be Mills fourth film following Thumbsucker, Beginners (which gave Christopher Plummer his Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor), and 2017 s 20th Century Women (for which Mills received a Best Original Screenplay Academy Award nomination).2. MICHAEL FASSBENDER JOINS TAIKA WAITITI S NEXT GOAL WINS(Photo by Abbot Genser/TM and ©Copyright Fox Searchlight Pictures)With dozens of Marvel Cinematic Universe movies and various Marvel movies from both Fox and Sony, it s nearly inevitable nowadays that actors and directors with Marvel credentials will end up working together on other projects. Taika Waititi, for example, is fitting two non-Marvel movies in between Thor: Ragnarok and Thor: Love and Thunder (11/5/2021). The first of those two is Jojo Rabbit (currently Fresh at 75%), in which Taika Waititi plays a ridiculous daydream version of Adolf Hitler, and the second will be a soccer underdog true story drama called Next Goal Wins. This week, Michael Fassbender, whose run as Marvel s Magneto finished this year with Dark Phoenix, signed on to star in Next Goal Wins as soccer coach Thomas Rongen, who in 2011 became coach of the American Samoan team in their effort to qualify for the World Cup. Waititi reportedly is now casting actors of Fa afafine heritage to play the American Samoan soccer players. Next Goal Wins is also based upon the 2014 documentary of the same title, which won several awards, including Best Documentary Feature at the British Independent Film Awards in 2014.3. THIS WEEK IN MARGOT ROBBIE: FOOLS DAY AND COMPETITION FOR BARBIE(Photo by Andrew Cooper / © Columbia Pictures)In addition to appearing in Quentin Tarantino s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (Certified Fresh at 85%) and starring in upcoming films Bombshell (12/20/2019) and Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn (2/7/2020), Margot Robbie is staying super busy in her role as producer. It was just last week that we learned Robbie is producing a Tank Girl reboot, but this week, we found out she will also executive produce (and co-star in a supporting role) a feature-length adaptation of a comedy short film called Fools Day (which you can watch on YouTube right here), about a class of 4th graders who accidentally kill their teacher (Margot Robbie) while playing an April Fools Day prank. Cody Blue Snider, who wrote and directed the original short film, will also co-write and direct Fools Day as her feature film debut. Robbie is also attached to star in the long-in-development Barbie movie (5/8/2020), and this week, that project got some indirect competition in the form of Dream Doll, a biopic about Barbie creator Ruth Handler, which will be co-produced by Rita Wilson.4. BOB ODENKIRK JOINS NEW THRILLER FROM JOHN WICK WRITER (Photo by Michele K. Short/AMC/Sony Pictures Television)While many of his contemporaries became big stars much earlier, the career of Bob Odenkirk has been more of a slow burn since the 1980s, although his status has definitely grown with the success of Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul (all four seasons are Certified Fresh at 97% or higher), in which he stars. Above-title billing might be just around the corner for Bob Odenkirk with the news this week that the previously mysterious Untitled Universal Event Film scheduled for August 14, 2020 will be a revenge thriller called Nobody, starring Bob Odenkirk. Screenwriter Derek Kolstad, who wrote John Wick and John Wick: Chapter Two (and co-wrote the third film), is the mastermind behind Nobody, which is described as as a summer thriller in which Odenkirk will play a a suburban dad, overlooked husband, and all-around nobody [with] a long-surpressed rage that explodes after two thieves break into his house, propelling him on a brutal path that will uncover dark secrets he fought to leave behind. (So, basically, Nobody sounds like an adult Home Alone through the lens of John Wick, Falling Down, and Straw Dogs?)5. DIRECTOR LEE DANIELS NEXT HISTORICAL DRAMA: THE UNITED STATES VS BILLIE HOLIDAY (Photo by Jason Smith/Everett Collection)This year marks 47 years since the 1972 biopic Lady Sings the Blues (starring Diana Ross as jazz singer Billie Holiday) was released and eventually received five Academy Award nominations. It s been six years now since director Lee Daniels produced and directed Lee Daniels The Butler (Fresh at 72%), but he s now getting ready for his next film, which will be called The United States vs Billie Holiday. Instead of a full biopic, the drama will focus on a drug sting orchestrated by the Federal Department of Narcotics led by an agent with whom Billie Holiday had a tumultous affair. Singer-songwriter Andra Day has been attached to star in The United States vs Billie Holliday for a while now, and this week, we learned that she will be joined by Trevante Rhodes (Moonlight), Garrett Hedlund (Mudbound), Natasha Lyonne (Russian Doll), and Da Vine Joy Randolph (of Netflix s upcoming Dolemite is My Name). The United States vs Billie Holiday is reportedly inspired by the 2015 bestselling book Chasing the Scream: The First and Last Days of the War on Drugs by Johann Hari.6. FUNKO POP! VINYL FIGURES GET AN ANIMATED FILM(Photo by Bloomberg/Getty Images)In 2014, Warner Animation had a surprise success with The LEGO Movie (Certified Fresh at 96%), which earned over 9 million worldwide, even if the subsequent sequels didn t do quite as well. Part of the formula behind the success of The LEGO Movie was that, like the toys it was based upon, the film was able to borrow characters from franchises like DC Comics, Lord of the Rings, and Star Wars. Another popular franchise that is built largely upon the popularity of other pop culture items is Funko s Pop! vinyl figures, and like LEGO before them, the Funko Pop! figures are also now getting their own movie from Warner Animation. As with LEGO, Warner Bros. and Funko have a long history of licensing brands like Batman and Harry Potter, and the Funko Pop! movie is expected to draw heavily from those in-house properties. It will be a while before we get a release date for the Funko Pop! movie, but in the meantime, future Warner Animation movies will include Scoob (5/5/2020), Tom Jerry (4/16/2021), and Space Jam 2 (7/16/2021).7. WWE PARTNERING ON MONSTER WRESTLING ANIMATED MOVIE RUMBLE FOR 2020 (Photo by Glen Wilson /© Netflix)Much like the Bob Odenkirk movie above, until this week, Paramount Animation also had an untitled film scheduled for next summer on July 31, 2020. We can now report that the movie will be called Rumble, and that it will be a joint project with WWE Studios (Fighting with My Family). Rumble will be set in a world where monster wrestling is a global sport and monsters are superstar athletes, with a voice cast that includes Will Arnett (Batman from The LEGO Batman Movie), Terry Crews (TV s Brooklyn Nine-Nine), Tony Danza, and WWE wrestling stars like Becky Lynch and Roman Reigns. Other Paramount Animation movies scheduled for 2020 include Sonic the Hedgehog (2/14/2020), The SpongeBob Movie: It s a Wonderful Sponge (5/22/2020), and Clifford the Big Red Dog (11/13/2020). In related news, this week Paramount Animation also unveiled their new Star Skipper opening animation that will appear before these 2020 movies.8. THIS WEEK IN REMAKES: THE CRAFT, HOUSE PARTY, AND SET IT OFF Even if you set aside comic book movies and various big budget franchises like Disney, Fast Furious, James Bond, and Star Wars, the hunt for original movies each year is still made difficult by the abundance of remakes, and there s no end in sight. To illustrate the point, this week s headlines included remakes of The Craft, House Party, and Set It Off. First up, the cast for The Craft was announced, with Gideon Adlon, Lovie Simone, and Zoey Luna joining the previously announced Cailee Spaeny (Bad Times at the El Royale). Then, the House Party remake announced it will now be directed by Calmatic, the director of the video behind the hit country/rap song Old Town Road by Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus. That movie has been in the mix for a while now, as it s one of the projects that LeBron James is producing, along with Space Jam 2 (7/16/2021). Finally, the 1996 heist movie Set It Off is also getting remade, which Issa Rae (Insecure) is now developing at New Line Cinema, with Issa Rae likely to take one of the starring roles.9. THE SOCIAL MEDIA WHIRLWIND AROUND THE PRINCESS BRIDE REMAKE (Photo by TM and Copyright © 20th Century Fox Film Corp. All rights reserved)Every once in a while, we get a cautionary tale about the power of social media, frequently at the expense of old school figures who lack the foresight to realize how badly their words can be blown out of proportion. Let s start with this Variety profile of longtime TV producer Norman Lear, who also went on to produce movies like The Princess Bride and Fried Green Tomatoes. In that piece, there are some quotes from Sony Pictures Entertainment CEO Tony Vinciquerra, including this one: We have so many people coming to us saying, We want to remake this show or that show very famous people whose names I won t use, but they want to redo The Princess Bride.' And that right there was enough to explode online, as people took to their phones and computers to voice their disapproval of the mere thought of remaking the beloved 1987 fantasy comedy. Those expressing said disapproval included Jamie Lee Curtis and the original film s star Cary Elwes, who simply said, There s a shortage of perfect movies in this world. It would be a pity to damage this one. The bottom line: there are people in Hollywood who think The Princess Bride should be remade, and those people should be ashamed of themselves.Like this? 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(Photo by Marvel Studios)The penultimate episode of Loki offered something we, frankly, did not expect — a successful version of the Alien Death Cloud. It also proved, again, that a gaggle of Lokis could also be called a murder of outcasts and that the bond between the title character and Sylvie (Sophia Di Martino) might be the rarest thing in the Multiverse.It also featured a ton of Easter Eggs.But beyond that, the central mystery deepens as the stability of the TVA is threatened and our heroes — such as they are — step ever closer to the being behind the curtain. So, let s dive into some of the standout moments and what they could mean as we approach the end of Loki.Spoiler Alert: The following reveals details of the fifth episode of Loki season 1. Stop here if you have not watched “Journey Into Mystery.” Speculation includes information from Marvel comic books and may also be considered spoilers to some.Alioth: The Best Alien Death Cloud(Photo by Marvel Studios)There is a habit in comic book adaptations to take powerful entities with wild character designs and turn them into sentient clouds of smoke and death. The list includes characters like Parallax in the Green Lantern feature film, Galactus in Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer, and Dormammu in Doctor Strange. With the exception of Dormammu — and only because his appearance was very brief — converting a character into an Alien Death Cloud generally fails to make the character compelling. When Galactus finally arrives in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, he better look more like Jack Kirby s conception of him than an amorphous mass.And yet, Loki managed to make Alioth the most successful Alien Death Cloud brought to screen. It probably helps that the Alioth of Marvel Comics lore is actually an Alien Death Cloud to start with and not a humanoid with thrilling headgear.Created by Mark Gruenwald and Mike Gustovich in 1993, Alioth is said to be the first sentient entity to move beyond time. Naturally enough, it used that ability to conquer various eras and their adjacent multiversal counterparts. In fact, Alioth s expansion across time prevented Kang the Conqueror from stretching his sphere of influence to its fullest potential. A detente existed between them, but it was disrupted following one of Kang s deaths and the actions of a variant Ravonna Renslayer (played in Loki by Gugu Mbatha-Raw). It would take that Ravonna, another Ravonna, a revived Kang, and the Avengers to stop the cloud from spreading across all of time and potentiality.Marvel comics can be wild sometimes.But the character s history only helps to inform its use here. As Sylvie notes, Alioth is not a conqueror, but a guard dog for an entity using the End of All Things to hide their existence. She assumes this is the entity behind the TVA. And perhaps casting Alioth in a support position (and a temporary threat) made it more successful than, say, making an Alien Death Cloud version of Galactus your big bad.That said, Alioth s habit of absorbing all potential energy from pruned timelines sure reminds us of Galactus Easter Eggs in Kid Loki s Kingdom(Photo by Marvel Studios)Despite Alioth s best efforts to keep the Void free of life, things escape its hunger. For one, the Void is apparently the rightful domain of Kid Loki (Tom Veal). His prize for killing Thor, apparently. We ll admit the suggestion of Kid Loki s story sure reminds us of the older Loki in Loki: Agent of Asgard, who presides over a destroyed Midgard while his brother ruled Asgard during an age of piece. Naturally enough, Loki envied the adoration Thor received, but chose to change history instead of just killing the God of Thunder. Curiously, though, murdering Thor and ruling the Void at the end of time is completely counter to the goals of Kid Loki back in the comics. He desperately wanted to change while this one seems happy to rule an empire of ash.His domain is littered with destroyed monuments, famous hoaxes like The Philadelphia Experiment, seeming references to other sci-fi properties — we d swear the derelict ship from Alien is among the wreckage — and direct pulls from Marvel Comics like Frog Thor and the Thanos Copter.The latter first appeared in 1979 s Spidey Super Stories #39, an issue of the out of continuity joint venture between Marvel and the educational television series The Electric Company. In it s pages, Thanos used a yellow helicopter adorned with his name on the tail in a bid to obtain a Cosmic Cube from Hellcat. The image of the Mad Titan using such a mundane conveyance charmed generations of comic book readers — particularly as a couple of pages from the story became meme-worthy in the 21st century. The Thanos Copter has appeared in one in-continuity Marvel Comics story (an issue of Deadpool, of course) and now that we ve seen it on Loki, we re obliged to believe Spidey Super Stories #39 occurred in some pruned timeline.Frog Thor first appeared in 1986, but his image denotes a couple of characters. Loki turned the actual Thor into a frog at one point. And this Thor befriended Simon Walterson (a play on long-time Thor comics writer and artist Walt Simonson), a man cursed to become a frog. Along the way, he came into possession of a small piece of Mjolnir, called Frogjolnir, which gave him the powers of Thor as long as he deemed himself worthy. We re inclined to believe the Frog Thor seen caught in a jar in the episode and Alligator Loki are from the same timeline. But that s mainly because it is amusing to think putting him in such a tight spot is Alligator Loki s final victory over his brother.One last Easter Egg we ll discuss is President Loki. The visual is pulled from Vote Loki, a 2016 miniseries in which Loki (the God of Stories) runs for President of the United States as part of his long-term plans. But considering the his real aim in running which we won t spoil because the series is worth reading the visual of President Loki is the only substantial callback to the story. Instead, President Loki seems to serve a distinctly different purpose here: to prove Lokis are generally not to be trusted.Indeed, his arrival in Kid Loki s bunker precipitates a series of betrayals among the Lokis and an all out battle our Loki (Tom Hiddleston) only escapes when Classic Loki (Richard E. Grant) conjures an escape portal and copies of their likenesses to fight the others. But as Kid Loki points out, there is something different about our Loki. And that difference, particularly in light of the Loki war, may make all the difference in the Multiverse.Is Cooperation the Real Nexus Event?(Photo by Marvel Studios)Sure, Loki keeps leaning toward a romance between our Loki and Sylvie as a Nexus Event so powerful, it nearly ruptured the Sacred Timeline. But as we d still love to see Loki as an aromantic character going forward, we re going to suggest something else occurred during their moment on Lamentis: they shared something genuine and proved Lokis can change.Although the mystery of TVA is the show s plot, it creates a canvass to explore a theme of free will. As Classic Loki points out, the Sacred Timeline only wants Loki to serve one purpose. Throughout the series, we ve seen Mobius (Owen Wilson), Hunter B-15 (Wunmi Mosaku), and Ravonna Renslayer discount both Loki and Sylvie s abilities to be anything but a villain. And yet, altering this fate seems to be a core desire of all the sympathetic Lokis we ve seen. Classic Loki even turned out to be the most successful at this by conjuring an illusion of himself so convincing, both Thanos and the TVA assumed him dead until he tried to visit Thor (Chris Hemsworth) in some distant future.Which makes you wonder about the Loki who died in Avengers: Infinity War (Photo by Marvel Studios )Despite this professed want to change, Kid Loki, Classic Loki, and Boastful Loki (Deobia Oparei) were also content to wait in the bunker and muse on the difficulty of being different. Well, Boastful Loki s contentment lasted as long as it took for President Loki to storm the gates. Nevertheless, the arrival of our Loki and Sylvie upended everything and even gave Classic Loki the moment of change he longed for. Together, they inspired something altogether new: cooperation among Lokis.And it took that level of cooperation to stop Alioth, open the curtain to a haunted mansion and, presumably, the real power behind the TVA. So whether or not it begins with a romantic entanglement, the level of trust between Loki and Sylvie is unprecedented and, we think, powerful enough on its own to be the Nexus Event.At the same time, if you want it to be romantic, their quiet moment this week is easily read that way.Will The Real Power Behind The TVA Please Step Forward?(Photo by Marvel Studios)So who is so powerful that it takes two Lokis (potentially) falling in love with each other to counter its might? Over the weeks, the suspect list has varied from obscure Marvel Comics cosmic entities to characters we know are soon to debut in the MCU. So let s take one last look the potential beings behind the curtain and the likelihood they will be unmasked as the real conspirator.He Who Remains — Creator of the Time-Keepers in Marvel Comics lore and the last director of the TVA in a previous reality. We mentioned him last week, but we neglected one key detail: in the comics, the TVA is predominantly staffed by clones of Mobius M. Mobius. It suggests to us He Who Remains is a version of Mobius or all the TVA clones are sourced from He Who Remains. Unmasking the Mobius who Loki has befriended over the course of the series as He Who Remains (and the power behind the TVA) would lean into the series s examination of trust. And it s pretty much the only scenario in which we would expect He Who Remains to become part of the story.Ravonna Renslayer — Despite it being clear that Judge Renslayer is in the dark about the TVA s true nature and purpose, it is possible another variant of her, or even the real Ravonna Renslayer, set the TVA in motion. In fact, Alioth s appearance makes a version of Ravonna a more likely candidate as a variant Ravonna released him in his debut story. But what would be her motivation? This one feels like even odds.They Who Sit Above in Shadow — The alleged creators of the Asgardians and eaters of Ragnarok events. Since the series is centered on Loki and his ambition to change, They Who Sit Above in Shadow would have a keen interest in keeping Loki set on his glorious purpose. His actions precipitate Ragnarok after all. They are extremely unlikely to be revealed, however, as there has been n

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This Women s History Month, Rotten Tomatoes is celebrating some of the biggest female firsts in the movies. From incredible awards milestones to box office triumphs, these big moments in movie history have us pumping our fists, and psyched to see the next round of history being made. (And, of course they only represent a fraction of the firsts that deserve to be celebrated – especially those that don t make the headlines –  so do add to our list in the Comments.)1961 – First Latina to Win an Acting Oscar: Rita Moreno, West Side Story(Photo by Courtesy the Everett Collection)Mexican-born Katy Jurado was a regular in American Westerns in the 1950s and was the first Latina to earn a nomination for Best Supporting Actress, for Broken Lance in 1954. Jurado and actor Rita Moreno traveled in the same circles, reading the same roles, so it’s not surprising that the first Latina to actually win the Oscar for Best Supporting actress was Moreno, for her stellar performance as Anita in 1961’s West Side Story. Moreno didn’t make another film for seven years after receiving her Oscar — she said she didn’t want to do the stereotypical Latina characters anymore — but went on to become an EGOT winner.1963 – First Woman to Be Paid Million Dollars for an Acting Role: Elizabeth Taylor, Cleopatra(Photo by © 20th Century-Fox Film Corp.)Elizabeth Taylor’s talent as an actress may have only come second to her talent as a businesswoman. Her closest friends said she benefitted from her own authenticity, knowing herself and knowing her worth. Her career began when she was just 9, and she was 31 when she became the first actor to fight for a million paycheck for her role in Cleopatra. When asked about the sum, she said, “If someone is dumb enough to offer me a million dollars to make a picture, I’m certainly not dumb enough to turn it down.” In 1996, Demi Moore broke records, getting .5 million for Striptease. In 2018, Scarlett Johansson topped all that, earning .5 million dollars that year for starring in two feature films.1973 – First Woman Producer to Win Best Picture: Julia Phillips, The Sting(Photo by Courtesy the Everett Collection)Julia Phillips secured the rights to Yentl for Barbra Streisand long before it would get made, but her genius stroke was in getting the rights to The Big Con: The Story of the Confidence Man, which when adapted would become known as The Sting – Phillips and the film won an Oscar for Best Picture. Phillips would get a nomination three years later for Taxi Driver, but another woman wouldn’t win again until Lili Fini Zanuck in 1989 for Driving Miss Daisy.1977 – First Woman Nominated for Best Director: Lina Wertmüller, Seven Beauties(Photo by Courtesy the Everett Collection)Lina Wertmüller’s process could be described as “go big or go home.” The Italian director is an iconoclast who took on racism, capitalism, and class with films like The Seduction of Mimi and Swept Away. Her 1975 picaresque WWII film, Seven Beauties, was a startlingly unconventional take on a Holocaust story, and that brashness earned her the first Oscars directing nom for any woman ever, and the only one for nearly two decades until Jane Campion earned one for The Piano in 1993.1988 – First Woman to Direct a Blockbuster : Penny Marshall, Big(Photo by © 20th Century Fox Film Corp.)After Whoopi Goldberg’s acting nomination for The Color Purple in 1985, she was in a position to recruit Penny Marshall for a directorial debut, helming her film Jumpin’ Jack Flash. Despite negative reviews for Marshall’s directing, James L. Brooks gave her another chance with the Gary Ross/Anne Spielberg script for Big. It would go on to gross more than 0 million dollars, as would a subsequent film, A League of Their Own, making her the first woman to helm a film to earn more than 0 million. Amy Heckerling would also go on to direct a blockbuster in the 1980s, Look Who’s Talking, which made 0 million in the U.S.2001 – First Black Female to Win Best Lead Actress: Halle Berry, Monster s Ball(Photo by @ Lionsgate)The first black woman to win an Oscar came relatively early in the awards history, with Hattie McDaniel winning Best Supporting Actress in 1939 for Gone with the Wind. The lead actress category was a very different story. The first black woman to be nominated for Best Actress at the Academy Awards was Dorothy Dandridge for her role in Carmen Jones in 1954. Diana Ross and Cicely Tyson would go on to get their Oscar noms in 1972, Diahann Carroll in 1974, Whoopi Goldberg in 1985, and Angela Bassett in 1993. But it wouldn’t be until 2001 that Halle Berry — who once portrayed Dandridge in an HBO biopic — would become the first black woman to win Best Actress after taking a chance on Marc Forster’s indie with a million budget.2010 – First Woman to win Best Director at the Academy Awards: Kathryn Bigelow, The Hurt Locker(Photo by Jonathan Olley/©Summit Entertainment)It’s fitting that Barbra Streisand was on hand to present the Oscar for Best Director at the 2010 Academy Awards, seeing that the three films she directed received a total of 14 Oscar nominations and yet Streisand never got a nod for Best Director herself. Kathryn Bigelow had risen to fame helming gritty crime and genre pictures alongside the boys (Point Break being a particular favorite); when Streisand presented her the Oscar, Bigelow made no mention of being a woman, just of being a director.2017 – First Woman to Open a Film with 0 million: Patty Jenkins, Wonder Woman(Photo by Clay Enos/©Warner Bros.)Women have directed plenty of box-office pleasers, including Catherine Hardwicke’s Twilight (6 million), Sam Taylor-Johnson’s Fifty Shades of Grey (1 million), and Jennifer Yuh Nelson’s Kung Fu Panda 2 (5 million). But they’d yet to crack the 0 million open, until Patty Jenkins helmed Wonder Woman in 2017. Though Jenkins gained critical acclaim for her indie film Monster (2003), Wonder Woman gave her box-office power, raking in more than 0 million worldwide and counting.2019 – First Female Cinematography Oscar Nominee (and first to gross a billion): Rachel Morrison, Mudbound and Black Panther(Photo by Steve Dietl / © Netflix / courtesy Everett Collection)Female cinematographers make up only about 4 percent of membership of the American Society of Cinematographers, the organization to which most Oscar-nominated cinematographers belong. To make it as a cinematographer, women must sometimes align themselves with directors, like Rachel Morrison has with Ryan Coogler. Her work on his film Fruitvale Station caught the eye of Dee Rees, who nabbed her as cinematographer for her lush Southern epic Mudbound, which earned Morrison her first Oscar nomination — the first for any woman in the category. Then Morrison re-teamed with Coogler for Black Panther, which grossed more than a billion dollars, a record for any film lensed by a woman.2019 – First Woman to direct a Marvel Studios film: Anna Boden (co-director Captain Marvel)(Photo by Chuck Zlotnick/©Marvel Studios)Though women have directed movies based on comics before — like Rachel Talalay’s Tank Girl, The Wachowskis’ Speed Racer, Nisha Ganatra’s The Hunters, Lexi Alexander’s Punisher: War Zone — it took 20 films and an entire decade before the MCU hired its first female at the helm. Anna Boden came from the indie world, co-writing Half-Nelson and co-directing Mississippi Grind and Sugar, but her pitch to Kevin Feige, drawing on the work of Kelly Sue DeConnick’s run of Captain Marvel, was enough to secure her the role of co-director and co-writer of the character’s debut feature film.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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Here at Rotten Tomatoes, we don t think Fresh movies should get all the fun. In our first book, Rotten Movies We Love, released this October, we celebrate cult classics, underrated gems, and unfairly maligned sequels that may be Rotten but have found a place in our hearts. Movies like Step Brothers, Jennifer s Body, and Empire Records. (Yes: Just like you, we can t believe they re Rotten either!)To celebrate the launch of the book and show our love for Rotten movies that are most definitely worth your time, we ve teamed up with Alamo Drafthouse for a series of screenings of three awesome Rotten films: The Craft (screening in October), The Burbs (screening in November), and The Holiday (screening in December).To find a screening near you, check out the links below:The Craft Movie Party screenings  OCTOBERThe Burbs screenings  NOVEMBERThe Holiday screenings   DECEMBER

Jean Bentley for Rotten Tomatoes: We know that Guillermo is very devoted to Nandor, but it feels like Nandor tries a little harder in their relationship this season. Has their relationship changed at all? Or are we just going to see more of their interactions this season?Novak: I think from Nandor s perspective, he s had the rug pulled from underneath him in a way. He s gotten very used to this power dynamic, which is that Guillermo is the lowly familiar and he s holding all the cards. And suddenly that s changed [with Guillermo s discovery that he s descended from the famed vampire-hunting Van Helsing family]. I definitely felt that at the end of season two. I was like, this relationship will never be the same again. It motivates him to go, okay, have I got to be nice to this guy? Guillermo is in danger now. He s in peril. I can t pretend anymore that I don t care for him. And I think that s something of a mini revelation within himself — he doesn t want to care, but he does. That s a very human emotion to go through, where you don t want to care about something, but you find yourself compelled to care. We want to be colder than we actually are. We want to be more single-minded. We want to be more ruthless than we actually are. The human heart finds a way of letting us know that that matters, and I think that s nice to see between Nandor and Guillermo.Rotten Tomatoes: Is Guillermo in love with Nandor?Novak: Of course he is. [To Guillén] Of course you are.Guillén: After spending so much time with someone that started off as a master-and-servant relationship, the waters can get murky. I like putting Guillermo on a tightrope, and the balancing act of any given moment he could fall one way or the other where he s like, whoa, he s in love with him? Or, oh, I guess he was just really looking for a true friendship and connection with another human being. But I think that there is something there that he definitely has love for him. He would not stick around if he did not have love for Nandor. You have to love someone to stick around that long and to put up with the mistreatment. It s almost Stockholm Syndrome. What that means at the end, I don t know. We re going through that journey together. But we definitely start asking questions this season, especially about sexuality, which is a hard conversation to have in general. And given Guillermo s background and his upbringing, that s not a conversation that you have at the dinner table. And we have that conversation at a dinner table.(Photo by Russ Martin/FX)Rotten Tomatoes: Now that Guillermo knows he has this power, he feels like a bubbling pot — like he s got to explode at some point, right?Guillén: Well, everyone has their limits, right? And you can push people s buttons, but eventually you can t be surprised if they push back or they explode. Not that that s justifiable, but someone can only take so many beatings, or so many things going wrong or being mistreated, that it s human nature — you want to defend yourself. Everyone has their limits and Guillermo is definitely being pushed to his this season. And there will be a big explosion from it.Rotten Tomatoes: In the second episode of the season premiere, Kayvan ends up having to impersonate the other vampires impersonating Nandor. What was the most fun impersonation that you got to do? What was the hardest part?Novak: When I read that I was like, what have they done to me? I ve got to pretend to be all these characters and I ve got to portray them as Nandor, but it s them, but it s Nandor, but it s them. I ve got to mimic their voices, and they might be in the same room as I do it. Usually if I m mimicking someone they re a very safe distance away. But I thought that there s only one way, really, of giving myself the best shot to pull it off, and that s just asking Matt, can you record your lines for me? Because at the end of the day, I m playing Laszlo. And then the same with Mark. And then with Guillermo s scene, I didn t ask Harvey to record his lines because the scene felt more about the other person and we did it so many different ways because it was such a subtle scene.(Photo by Russ Martin/FX)Novak: I haven t actually seen this episode yet. So I m still kind of dry-mouthly waiting and going, Oh God, no, what have I done? It felt very vulnerable for me to do this because at the end of the day, the audience is going to go, Well, I know that character. And I don t believe that that s really Laszlo. Or, I don t believe that that s really Guillermo. I don t believe that s not Nadja. So it was just buckle down and go to town and go for broke, basically. A good impression for me is always about finding a groove, whether it be physically — with Matt, I started leaning on one leg and kind of like this with my hand and suddenly you re like, okay, that felt good and that felt fun. It was really contorting my face for Guillermo in a way that Harvey s eyebrows can do. Mine can t necessarily do that, but it s that worry that he constantly has of being found out. Because his heart s so involved in everything.Rotten Tomatoes: I think it turned out really well, to the point where I wondered if everyone ADR d (Automated Dialogue Replacement) your lines.Novak: I think all of my voice work s in there, apart from Nadja and Kristen [Schaal, whose character returns this season].Rotten Tomatoes: Part of the fun of the show is that the characters don t change. They re just their own self-absorbed selves. No spoilers, but this season they have a new mission that could be challenging for them. Do you want to see them change? Do you want to see them incrementally grow? Or is it fun to play people who live so long that it doesn t actually matter? A year is like a second for them.Guillén: If we look back at the first season, every episode Guillermo added a little bit of a puzzle to his trajectory, and the vampires would wrap up their story in that episode. So it s nice to see the investment in each episode leading up to something with all the characters, which is really nice. In this season I think we did that really well, especially with Nandor s character and love interests and past lovers coming up and what that does to the dynamic and how that makes people feel in the group. And also with putting Nandor and Nadja s characters in a place of power and Mark s and Matt s characters becoming friends. It shows this really nice, intimate friendship growing with them. So it is nice, and it gives you something to aspire to every episode.(Photo by Russ Martin/FX)Novak: I mean, characters that make you laugh, goofy characters, vulnerable characters, stupid characters, you never want them to lose that sense of vulnerability. The evolution of their relationships with each other is always something that is super interesting and exciting to play. I think the beauty of Laszlo, for example, and the beauty of Nadja is they will never change. And the way they live their lives with this kind of abandon and this kind of like, f k it, it s my way or the highway [ethos]. Those kinds of characters, you really enjoy that sense they give you of wow, I would love to be more like them in my real life. That fearlessness. With Nandor, he s more vulnerable. He reminds you of all the times you ve f ked up. And that s how you relate to him.With Guillermo, it s, oh my God, if I was stuck in the middle of all these mad people, I would have the same reaction. Guillermo has always got you on the edge of the seat. So I think in answer to your question without having answered it, I m sorry, is that that s the beauty of the show for me: It offers up all these different avenues and all of these different reminders of your own life. And all these different lifestyle choices that you could adopt if you wanted for a bit. And then find your own.What We Do in the Shadows season 3 premieres Thursday September 2, 2021, and new episodes air Thursdays at 10 p.m. on FX.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
Why would we do something so cruel as pit two of the nicest guys in Hollywood – and real-life besties – against each other? Because that’s kinda the whole idea of this show! And so it is that one-time scrappy up-and-comers and nowadays A-list superstars Matt Damon and Ben Affleck must face off, Batman-vs-Superman style, to the death. Well, until Vs. host Mark Ellis declares one the victor, at least. In this episode, the two actors duke it out over five categories – box office performance, Tomatometer and Audience Scores, most iconic moments, best characters, and a wild card round – before Ellis decides which of these apples he most likes. Will it be the man who refused to let a little thing like his Daredevil flop stop him from re-entering the superhero genre? Or the guy who gave us a new kind of super-spy in Jason Bourne… and said yes to Downsizing? Tune in to find out.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
New Apple TV+ series For All Mankind portrays an alternate history in which the U.S. space program triumphs in defeat after the Russians land on the moon first. Executive producers and co-creators Ronald D. Moore, Matt Wolpert, and Ben Nedivi and executive producer Maril Davis provide insight into their new drama ahead of the November 8 premiere of episode four, Prime Crew, in which a training accident sparks a debate about women astronauts.About the show: For All Mankind presents an aspirational world where NASA astronauts, engineers and their families find themselves in the center of extraordinary events seen through the prism of an alternate history timeline — a world in which the USSR beats the U.S. to the moon. The series stars Joel Kinnaman, Michael Dorman, Sarah Jones, Shantel VanSanten, Wrenn Schmidt, Jodi Balfour. For All Mankind is  directed by Seth Gordon.RELATED: The Best Apple TV+ Movies and TV Ranked
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(Photo by Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection)While USA s legal drama Suits is heading into its ninth and final season, the story isn t over for Jessica Pearson (Gina Torres), who is embarking on a new adventure on the spin-off series Pearson. After being disbarred, the former powerhouse lawyer has headed to Chicago and becomes involved with politics in the Windy City. Once she s appointed as the mayor s right-hand fixer, she becomes embroiled in the contentious (and occasionally crooked) scene.Torres, who is also an executive producer on the new series, spoke to Rotten Tomatoes about bringing the show she envisioned to life, getting to see new sides of a character she s played for many years, and what she s currently watching.What s appointment viewing for you?(Photo by ABC/Heidi Gutman)Oh, God! [I’m never home] and able to sit down in front of anything. The closest thing to appointment viewing I gotta say is … The View. I love The View! I ll try to tape it if I know somebody wonderful is on. I love to watch those ladies debate, because they re all smart and they all have a point of view. They’re all strong women with a point of view, and not just political but social. They cover such a wide ground and they keep it fun. They ve got a great panel now. They re all well-suited and interesting.What’s in your streaming queue?Streaming is The Handmaid s Tale, The Crown — when that comes back. It s been a while, right? I miss them! I started watching something the other day. It s hard to get consistent with it. I do love Outlander. That s on there. But, I m like a season and a half behind. It took me so long to get out of France!What shows are on your DVR?On my DVR is Yellowstone. I m a Kevin Costner super-fan. I ve just loved him since Field of Dreams. I would watch anything and everything and he s been in. The thing about being an actor and you re blessed with a long career is that you can see the arc of the man and the roles that they choose and the things that they put into place, and he s been producing content for quite some time now. You can just see that this is something so close to his heart; the topics that he s bringing up — the indigenous people and reservation life — and he s bringing it up in such a way that you never see. He s not an immediately likable character on the show, which I also love just in terms of the trajectory of an actor and what they choose to do in the course of their lives. It s smart, intelligent storytelling with a fantastic cast and interesting characters.I also have a bunch of old movies that if I see Turner Classic Movies is going to air way too late I ll just record. Oh, Network, I haven t seen that in forever! “The China Syndrome, I love that! Yes, love Barbara Stanwyck!” All of those things are on [my DVR too].What’s coming soon that you can’t wait for?Pearson!(Photo by Isabella Vosmikova/USA Network)Jean Bentley for Rotten Tomatoes: When you left Suits you probably didn t know that you were going to revisit Jessica Pearson on her very own series.Torres: No, absolutely not. That was not part of the plan.It seems that you were the driving force behind getting this series made. Why it was so important to you?I needed a job! So, that s a pretty strong driving force. You never really know how things are going to come together. I was already in the process of putting my foot into the producer pool and looking to partner with writers and create original content and put shows on the air that not only spoke to me but I believed would speak to people that were feeling underrepresented in telling stories that were reflective of the world that I live in. Really the 2016 election just changed everything. I was sitting there watching real drama play out, a really interesting cast of characters doing their thing day in and day out. I started thinking about Jessica, and I started thinking about Jessica in terms of politics and the similarities of her characteristics that were in line with those that I was watching. From an outsider’s perspective, she can be kind of shady . She can be a little manipulative and she s incredibly powerful. She knows where a lot of bodies are buried, and she can at any given moment decide to use her powers for good — or evil. But she s always chosen good.When we last saw her, that was her choice. She was leaving corporate life and she wanted to get back to what was important to her, and I thought, well, what better way to do that than in the political arena, to bring all her skill sets to the political world? Because the last time we saw her, she was on her way to Chicago to be reunited with Jeff [D.B. Woodside]. That s organically where this story leads us. I told the right people and they were super interested in this dynamic as well, and in the narrative, and we all got to work to make it happen.What new sides of Jessica will we be able to see on the show that we didn t really get to see on Suits?We got to see very little of Jessica s personal life and all the repercussions of the choices that she s made. She was always so very busy saving the firm or saving somebody attached to the firm. We re going to get to see a fully realized woman which I m very, very excited about. She gets a family now — a family that she didn t know she had and a family that doesn t necessarily like her very much all the time, and how that shakes her up a little bit. Navigating the new world of the mayor s office, of city hall. Whether or not her past will actually serve her for the better or whether it s an impediment. She s not coming in clean. So, there s that — and she s working alongside the woman who took her license. We also get into her relationship with Jeff, so there s a lot of heart and soul and vulnerability to this Jessica.(Photo by Scott Everett White/USA Network)What’s something about producing that has surprised you or been difficult to juggle alongside starring in the show?Fortunately, a lot of the pre-production is where I get to roll up my sleeves and really get in there. It s storylines and casting and making sure that our vision of the show stays as true and consistent throughout the season, and to find ways of pushing the envelope. That s fun and that s exciting and I love that.The challenges of it are being new to this area, being new as an executive producer, and remembering that I actually have a say. That I can speak up and request or question or participate and add to the conversation things that may not have been heard if I were just an actress. Just remembering that you have that power is a new skill set. That s a new muscle! And then learning how to make your voice heard in such a way that s not defensive or alienating or none of it s an argument. We re all just sharing. I think just as actors we re collaborative. You just have to remember that you have the power!Yeah! You have the power and you know you have the competence, you know you have the skills. You just have to be able to do it.Right! But that s the thing — I’ve been doing it for so long you kind of forget how much you know. You’re in the room and you re going, “Wait, I think it would be better if I have this conversation with people all the time — [as an actor] you re so concerned about what the next job is going to be that it s hard to lift your head up and see how far you ve come. When you take stock of certainly all of my experience and all of the people that I ve gotten to work with and all of the people that I ve gotten to learn from, it s all in there. It s time to put it to use.Pearson premieres on the same night as the final season of Suits. Do you feel bittersweet about that show ending? Jessica Pearson is alive and well and thriving in Chicago.Well, I m not saying goodbye to Jessica at all. I m saying, Hey girl, hey! That s a good feeling. It s bittersweet. It was because of Suits I get to have Jessica and all her fabulousness forever more. I got to meet some incredible dear, dear people. Also, from a completely objective perspective, that was a really good run, and a rare one. I mean, we all know a lot of things don t last that long at all, and so to have lightning strike in such a beautiful way is great. So, everybody, you can pat yourselves on the back and say job well done.Pearson premieres Wednesday, July 17 at 10 p.m. on USA.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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巨星媳妇儿 Parasite director Bong Joon-ho s path to Oscar glory began at the Cannes Film Festival last year. (Photo by Dominique Charriau/WireImage)At this stage, the Cannes International Film Festival has been postponed, while Venice and Toronto have yet to make any official call.The unpredictability Fear references makes it all the more challenging for freelancers to determine which films to cater their pitches to for the rest of the year.IndieWire’s Kohn echoed those concerns: “The festival usually would create buzz around a film in part because of the live event of a screening, hearing a crowd react to something, and seeing a Q A. And the kind of word-of-mouth in that very specific environment is something you can t replicate online. For certain films, it s just not going to have the same kind of impact.”At the same time, he sees online festivals as an opportunity for critics to jump on coverage for smaller movies that may have otherwise fallen under the radar at a major festival. “If you re a journalist and you re interested in writing about a movie that was supposed to have a premiere, that coverage has so much more currency than it used to,” Kohn says. “It s actually a real opportunity for people who are looking to cover films.”As President of the Chicago Film Critics Association, Tallerico has first-hand experience of making the call to cancel or delay a festival. “I actually produce a film festival in Chicago called the Chicago Critics Film Festival every May, and [this year] we had to pull the plug, of course,” Tallerico says. “Festivals feed the industry, they feed both industries, the film industry and the journalism industry. It definitely hurts that they re gone.”Today s production shutdowns will impact tomorrow s opportunities for critics and writersWhile film releases have been delayed theatrically or pushed to VOD, the television industry continues to churn out content at the moment. Physical production is universally halted, but episodes and/or seasons produced in advance of COVID-19–related shutdowns are rolling out on broadcast and streaming platforms. (Post-production continues remotely in many cases.)Several editors told us that critics well-versed in film coverage should attempt to exercise their TV-reviewing muscles for the time being. But even the TV and streaming content will slow down at some point.In addition to being an editor at RogerEbert.com, Tallerico freelances and is well-versed in television coverage. He predicts that, come summertime, the content drought will be even more deeply felt. “I think places like Netflix and Hulu and all them are going to empty the hopper and then have nothing to put in there because nothing has been produced,” Tallerico says.In short, some critics anticipate dry spells in content, depending upon how long the need for social distancing persists.Production for The CW s Riverdale was shut down in March after a crew member tested positive for the virus. Later that month, several major networks and upcoming blockbusters also halted production. (Photo by Katie Yu/The CW -- © 2020)Jean Bentley is a freelance television reporter for The Hollywood Reporter and InStyle, and former Assistant TV Editor for Rotten Tomatoes. According to Bentley, it’s “business as usual” for television reporters and critics – right now. “I have not really been impacted as much as reporters who cover film because all of those theatrical releases that have been pushed has not happened with TV,” she says.However, she predicts that, when things go back to normal, production scheduling will present major challenges to creatives who may newly be double-booked.“If someone was supposed to be shooting something now and then, say, production resumes in three months – they were already supposed to be doing something else, so now there s a conflict there that they didn t have before,” Bentley says. “I think it s going to result in more [shows] being canceled or just not picked up. Pilot season essentially got canceled and it doesn t seem like a smart proposition to me personally to do it at all, to be quite honest.”Rolling Stone’s Fear foresees similar challenges for film scheduling, as films whose production was shut down will not be finished in time for their original release deadlines. “There are going to be a bunch of holes that are going to be filled, too, because a film that was supposed to be done with its post-production in April, and then be ready for an August or November or a February slot, is not done,” Fear says.The challenge of tone when circumstances keep changingThere are also more nuanced adjustments required during a global pandemic. It’s not only that schedules are in flux and content is unpredictable, both of which impact print publications acutely because of the rigidness of press deadlines. But there’s also an interpersonal and emotional awareness of the ways that people are coping with the new “normal” in the wake of COVID-19, shelter-in-place, and stay-at-home orders.Bilge Ebiri is a movie critic at Vulture. In addition to producing online content, from reviews to feature stories and essays, Ebiri is involved in the print production for New York Magazine, which operates vulture.com. He spoke to the challenges of preparing print content weeks in advance, when global circumstances are changing by the day.“If you re doing it for online, that s one thing, but a lot of what I try to do is work with the print issue,” Ebiri says. “There is this question, when you re in a situation where every day is worse than the previous day: Where are we going to be two weeks from now? Trying to imagine what life is going to be like two weeks from now is already daunting…. If we have some kind of fun, frivolous, inane kind of thing to take people s minds off, in two weeks, this is going to look totally tone deaf.”Inkoo Kang, TV critic at The Hollywood Reporter, described a similar recognition when speaking of an article that she’d pitched before things really took a turn. “There was a review that I was passionate about, but also knew it was sort of this weird, more personal work – a trends piece, essentially, that I think was something that I knew was a little bit more on the frivolous side,” Kang says. “Then suddenly, it seems so incredibly stupid, because it just did not feel like it mattered, compared to everything else that was happening.”She adds: “It was just one of those things where, I don t know, 48 weeks out of the year, this could have been a viable thing to do a commentary piece about. Now people are dying, and the economy is in the toilet. It just did not feel like it mattered on any level.”

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And while Bassinger does have a background in gymnastics and would have loved to have been allowed to do more stunts, she acknowledges that it was safer to let her stunt double, Kristina Baskett, handle most of the heavy lifting. Bassinger admits that she did enjoy the days when she got to be harnessed into wires, such as a scene when she slides across the Staff in an early episode.But there were some things Bassinger purposefully avoided in an effort to make this Stargirl her own, such as opting not to watch Britt Irvin portrayal of the character on Smallville or Sarah Grey’s on DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. Both of those shows featured an older version of the character who was not the lead, while this iteration allows Bassinger to devote more time to developing Stargirl’s backstory.“I feel like playing younger characters is just more fun and, Courtney specifically, is like a optimistic funny character,” says Bassinger, who until now was mostly known for Nickelodeon shows like Bella and the Bulldogs and that network’s TV adaptation of School of Rock. “While a good dramatic scene is fun every once in a while, it s nice just to be more lighthearted, I feel like, on a day-to-day basis.”(Photo by DC Universe)Although Stargirl isn’t officially part of The CW’s “Arrowverse” collection of shows that include The Flash and Supergirl, fans did get a glimpse of some of these characters during the network’s elaborate Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover episodes, which aired this past winter and famously feature the heroes from other programs. Bassinger says there were talks of other crossover opportunities before the coronavirus pandemic shut down Hollywood this spring, but she doesn’t know how it will happen now – especially since her show’s chronology might not match up with the others’ (these programs rely on a multiverse theory, or the concept that infinite universes exist, and while Stargirl is part of Earth-1, not every character is).There’s also the issue with the title of her character. These shows run for years (The Flash, for example, is in its sixth season). Eventually, her character will grow up and leave high school. Does that mean her name may ever be changed to Starwoman?“I think she’ll always be Stargirl,” Bassinger says. “Like, even in the comics when she ages, she’s always Stargirl.”Stargirl premieres Monday, May 18 on DC Universe and has its broadcast premiere on The CW on Tuesday, May 19 at 8/7C.

巨星媳妇儿 ilms(Photo by © Warner Bros. Pictures)When it was first announced, Justice League was intended to be a two-part film with Snyder and stars Henry Cavill, Gadot, Affleck, Jason Momoa, Fisher, and Ezra Miller convening to film the bulk of the first film and portions of the second at Leavesden Studios in London. Much like the efforts of Warner Bros. Pictures cross-town superhero competition, the plan was for these two films to serve as a culmination of storylines began in Man of Steel and through Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Wonder Woman, and Suicide Squad. Although, once the scripts were developed, Snyder said the two films would tell distinct stories.Then, as filming commenced on Justice League in April of 2016, Batman v Superman was released to the derision of critics (it is at 28% on the Tomatometer) and, seemingly, the industry deciding en mass that the film was a creative disaster. In London, this meant the quiet cancellation of the second Justice League film and a hasty rewrite of the first film’s script to bring its story to a true conclusion. As we now understand it, the first Justice League movie was meant to end with the resurrection of Superman with the second film seeing the League assembling to fight cosmic-level bad guy Darkseid. In the years since it dissolved, Snyder offered fans glimpses of design art and storyboards from the abandoned second film thanks to his social media accounts, and lately has been teasing the first trailer for the Snyder Cut on HBO Max.But even as the film soldiered on in production, it was clear to Snyder and his partners at the studio that a period of reshoots would be required. Most big-budget tentpole releases schedule some additional photography these days, but the high-profile nature of Justice League – and the growing bad buzz around Warners’ attempts to bring the DC Comics heroes to the screen – meant the work was regarded with suspicion. Of course, no one would know just how extensive these reshoots would be until Snyder delivered his first cut.The Snyder Assembly : A First Draft(Photo by Clay Enos/© Warner Bros. Pictures /Courtesy Everett Collection)As with the myth of the six-hour version of David Lynch’s Dune, the notion of the Snyder Cut begins with an assembly of the film – a compilation of the best takes chosen by editors David Brenner, Richard Pearson, Martin Walsh, and Snyder himself representing the scenes as written in the script. Lacking complete special effects, utilizing a temporary soundtrack, and featuring the background studio noise of the scenes as they were filmed, an assembly is meant more to reveal what to cut from the script once the actors, technicians, and filmmakers fill in the gutters left behind by the screenplay. An actor’s expression may more effectively convey a piece of written dialogue, for example. But an assembly will give a director of a multi-million-dollar film the first inkling of what he may need to reshoot to massage the story into shape. For Dune, Lynch went back and reshot the scene in which Paul Atreides (Kyle MacLachlan) drinks the Water of Life to unite ideas and clarify ideas from a number of scenes in the assembly which were ultimately cut from the theatrical release.And while assemblies are not typically released to the public, 20th Century Fox Home Video did release an “assembly cut” of Alien3 in its Alien Quadrilogy DVD box set and the subsequent Alien Anthology Blu-ray set. Roughly 30 minutes longer than the release version, it is a surprisingly finished product which more closely reflects director David Fincher’s vision of the film before the studio took it out of his hands and removed the religious overtones and an entire chase sequence. In fact, we re inclined to believe the original Snyder cut fans were calling for, before production began again in earnest on the project, was more a fine assembly or early director s cut than a true early assemblage of material.February, 2016: The Origin of the Snyder Cut(Photo by © Warner Bros. Pictures)Even before Snyder announced his departure from the film in May of 2017, rumors around town indicated footage from London had failed to wow Warner executives. At this point, reshoots were scheduled and Joss Whedon entered the story. At the time, he was reportedly working on a Batgirl film, but was also assisting Snyder and Warner Bros. with writing new Justice League material. Around this time, February of 2016, rumors circulated indicating Snyder had been fired, but both he and the studio quickly shot this down.But then Snyder’s family experienced an unimaginable tragedy when his daughter Autumn took her own life on March 20, 2017. Snyder subsequently said he continued to work on the film for nearly six weeks after her death in the hopes it would mitigate his grief, but it proved to be no comfort at all. He willingly handed the reins off to Whedon for the reshoots and the post-production phase.In that moment, Snyder’s cut was characterized as unfinished – and considering the realities of major Hollywood filmmaking, that is reasonable to believe. Any extensive visual effects would still be in process for months to come. Color grading, sound mixing, and other stages of the final post-production efforts would not occur until the reshoots were completed.Nonetheless, members of the production like storyboard artist Jay Oliva (who also directed many of the DC Universe Animated direct-to-video titles), Momoa, and composer Junkie XL (who was replaced by Danny Elfman for the theatrical version) all claim the film was in a much more finished state than was suggested at the moment Snyder walked away.The Snyder Cut Direct-to-Streaming Is Nothing New(Photo by © Warner Bros. Pictures)Turning a director s cut from a file on a hard drive somewhere to a marketable product is a specialty of the home video market – a tradition carried through now to streamer HBO Max and Justice League. A 2006 DVD release of Dune offered fans a widescreen version of the film’s television cut, supervised by the same Universal employees who prepared the infamous “Love Conquers All” version of Brazil. Both cuts of that film emerged on a celebrated Criterion Collection laserdisc set which was later released on DVD and Blu-ray.Like Alien3, Alien and Aliens also came to DVD and Blu-ray with alternate director’s cuts representing versions of the films those directors felt more aligned with their original visions.And it was out of this ethos that Alien director Ridley Scott and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment assembled its fabulous DVD and Blu-ray releases of Blade Runner. Its high-end collector’s edition came complete with five cuts of the film and a 45-minute deleted scene compilation which almost counts as a sixth cut. As with Alien, Scott wanted fans to experience every extant version in addition to his preferred “Final Cut.” It was the sort of philosophy perfect from home video at the time and one we wish more directors would subscribe to.But in all of these cases, the films are in finished states. Has there ever been a case in which a director walked away from a film, saw it completed by someone else, only to find his vision restored many years later? As it happens, yes – and in an odd twist of fate, it is a film featuring Superman.The Donner Cut: The Movie that Set the Precedent(Photo by © Warner Bros. Pictures)In 1979, Richard Donner was fired from the two-part Superman production after butting heads with producers Ilya Salkind and Pierre Spengler throughout an arduous 18-month shoot. According to multiple sources, Donner managed to shoot around 70% of Superman II before it was decided to concentrate on making Superman the best it could be – which included moving Superman II’s intended ending to the first film. The suggestion may have come from A Hard Day’s Night director Richard Lester, who was on set as a consultant and would go on to finish Superman II after Donner’s departure. As Director’s Guild rules require the credited director shoot over 50% of a finished film, Lester remounted a number of scenes completed by Donner.And like Whedon’s changes to Justice League, Lester infused Superman II with a broader sense of humor. An off-screen voice shouts “I know some judo!” when the citizens of Metropolis threaten the Kryptonian criminals. A minute later, sight gags dominate while Ursa (Sarah Douglas) “blows them a kiss.” But unlike the theatrical release of Justice League, Superman II was considered the more creatively and financially successful of the two original Superman films until a critical reappraisal some years later.In 2001, editor Michal Thau approached Warner Home Video and Donner about reassembling his version of Superman II from extant material. A few years later, footage of Marlon Brando shot for the film but later deleted became available, making the Donner Cut a possibility. Working with Donner, Thau produced The Donner Cut, which accurately depicts the director’s plans for the film – right down to the original ending he later co-opted for Superman. It is a noble effort which cuts down on the broad humor and ups the drama, but also underscores the missed opportunity. Donner never had the chance to find a new ending for Superman II, leaving his “cut” of the film feeling strangely repetitive.

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