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亚博app下载安卓版采用百度引擎7(Baidu 9)In the world of Game of Thrones, conventional wisdom would suggest Daenerys Targaryen has proved herself a fair and just leader, powerful, and compassionate, but firm. Others may see it that Jon Snow, aka Aegon Targaryen, truly is the rightful ruler by Westeros tradition, given that his father was the uncrowned king of the land Rhaegar Targaryen, killed before he could reveal his legitimate marriage to Jon s mother, Lyanna Stark. Or maybe possession really is nine-tenths of the law, and Cersei Lannister, who in no other way is the legitimate ruler, should continue to reign.Why bother watching season 8, when you can read our hot takes on who should sit the Iron Throne?Should Take the Throne: Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke)(Photo by Helen Sloan/HBO)Some in Deanery’s shoes would be content to rest on their laurels: She has two dragons and a rightful claim to the throne – case closed. But Daenerys has gone above and beyond to earn her place on the Iron Throne. She’s endured personal losses (her dear dead Drogo, their unborn child, her dear undead dragon) and inspired audiences over and over again with moments of strength and steeliness. Most of all, across seven seasons of city-hopping and army-charring, she’s proven a master strategist and builder of alliances, bringing together groups as disparate as the Dothrakis and the Unsullied to form a formidable force as she moves towards what’s rightfully hers.Should Take the Throne: Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage)(Photo by Helen Sloan/HBO)Don’t dismiss Tyrion Lannister as the Miss Congeniality of Thrones’ remaining contenders. He may be likable and gentle-hearted – at least in Westerosi terms – but he is also the shrewdest political mind left, a key skill to have in a place that gets so stabby. He’s in many ways one of the series’ ultimate survivors, managing to make it to adulthood despite his family’s unbridled hatred of him, and working his way to Daenerys’ side (the likely winning side). It should be noted he’s also part of the reason there’s still a throne for the series’ aspirants’ to sit on at all, stopping the destruction/sacking of King’s Landing not once but twice – and earning his scar in the process.Should Take the Throne: Jaime Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau)(Photo by Helen Sloan/HBO)One key to good leadership is growth, and few characters have grown quite as much as Jaime. After all, the wounded, chisel-jawed hero who has slowly won your heart over seven seasons was not so long ago the sister-bonking cad who pushed Bran out of a tower in the final moments of Thrones’ first-ever episode. It’s been a “journey.” Throughout that journey, we’ve seen Jaime develop a number of the traits that would steer him well as king (but perhaps make his reign somewhat short): a developing sense of selflessness, a propensity fo

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ian town discover a mysterious film hidden in its basement, they unleash an alluring succubus who gives them a sex education written in blood. (World Premiere)Saint FrancesDirector: Alex ThompsonScreenwriter: Kelly O SullivanCast: Ramona Edith-Williams, Kelly O Sullivan, Lily Mojekwu, Charin Alvarez, Jim True-Frost, Max Lipchitz, Mary Beth Fisher, Francis Guinan, Bradley Grant SmithAt the start of the summer, Bridget has an abortion just as she lands a much-needed job in affluent Evanston, Illinois — nannying a six-year old. (World Premiere)South MountainDirector/Screenwriter: Hilary BrougherCast: Talia Balsam, Scott Cohen, Andrus Nichols, Michael Oberholtzer, Naian Gonzalez, Midori Francis, Macaulee Rusnak Cassaday, Isis Masoud, Violet Rea,Guthrie MassWhen her teenagers head off to camp and her husband abruptly leaves her to begin a new family, Lila is left to her own curious and chaotic devices for a summer in her rural home in the Catskill mountains. (World Premiere)Yes, God, YesDirector/Screenwriter: Karen MaineCast: Natalia Dyer, Timothy Simons, Wolfgang Novogratz, Francesca Reale, Susan Blackwell, Parker Wierling, Alisha Boe, Donna Lynne ChamplinAfter an innocent AOL chat turns racy, a Catholic teenager in the early 2000s discovers masturbating and struggles to suppress her urges in the face of eternal damnation. (World Premiere)DOCUMENTARY FEATURE COMPETITION(Photo by Waad al-Kateab)Ernie JoeDirector: Jenifer McShaneErnie Joe follows two officers with the San Antonio Police Department mental health unit who are diverting people away from jail and into mental health treatment — one 911 call at a time. (World Premiere)For SamaDirectors: Waad al-Khateab, Edward WattsFor Sama tells the epic story of a young woman’s journey through love, war and motherhood across five years of the uprising in Aleppo, Syria. (World Premiere)Museum TownDirector: Jennifer Trainer, Screenwriters: Noah Bashevkin, Pola Rapaport, Jennifer TrainerFrom the ashes of a deserted factory, an ambitious center for contemporary art has emerged. With MASS MoCA, a familiar story of deindustrialization in a rural American town finds an unconventional route to recovery. (World Premiere)Nothing Fancy: Diana Kennedy (United Kingdom, U.S.)Director: Elizabeth CarrollAward-winning cookbook author, diehard environmentalist and feisty British nonagenarian Diana Kennedy reflects on an unconventional life spent mastering the cuisines of Mexico. (World Premiere)StuffedDirector: Erin DerhamStuffed is a documentary feature film about the surprising world of taxidermy and the passionate artists across the world who see life where others only see death. (World Premiere)(Photo by Jan Balster)TreadDirector: Paul SoletPushed to his breaking point, a master welder in a small town at the foot of the Rocky Mountains quietly fortifies a bulldozer with 30 tons of concrete and steel and seeks to destroy those he believes have wronged him. (World Premiere)Vision PortraitsDirector/Screenwriter: Rodney EvansA feature-length documentary that chronicles the creative paths of blind and visually impaired artists including a photographer (John Dugdale), dancer (Kayla Hamilton), writer (Ryan Knighton) and the film s director, Rodney Evans. (World Premiere)We Are The Radical MonarchsDirector: Linda Goldstein KnowltonMeet the Radical Monarchs, a group of young girls of color at the front lines of social justice. Set in Oakland, the film documents the journey of the group as they form, grow, and earn badges for units like Black Lives Matter and Radical Beauty (World Premiere)Well GroomedDirector/Screenwriter: Rebecca SternWell Groomed travels the humorous, visually stunning world of Competitive Creative Dog Grooming alongside the colorful women transforming their beloved poodles into living sculptures. (World Premiere)Why Can t I Be Me? Around YouDirectors/Screenwriters: Harrod Blank, Sjoerd DijkRusty, a male race enthusiast, decides at 53 to get breasts. His father cuts his pay, his motorcycle friends abandon him and the women he dates all reject him. Rusty pursues her new identity and only hopes to gain acceptance from others. (World Premiere)HEADLINERS(Photo by NEON / VICE)The Beach BumDirector/Screenwriter: Harmony KorineCast: Matthew McConaughey, Snoop Dogg, Isla Fisher, Stefania Lavie Owen, Jimmy Buffett, Zac Efron, Martin LawrenceThe Beach Bum follows the hilarious misadventures of Moondog (Matthew McConaughey), a rebellious rogue who always lives life by his own rules. Co-starring Snoop Dogg, Zac Efron, and Isla Fisher, The Beach Bum is a refreshingly original and subversive. (World Premiere)BooksmartDirector: Olivia WildeScreenwriters: Emily Halpern, Sarah Haskins, Susanna Fogel, Katie SilbermanCast: Kaitlyn Dever, Beanie Feldstein, Jessica Williams, Will Forte, Lisa Kudrow, Jason SudeikisOn the eve of graduating high school, two academic superstars and best friends realize they should have worked less and played more. Determined to not fall short of their peers, the girls set out on a mission to cram four years of fun into one night. (World Premiere)Good BoysDirector: Gene StupnitskyScreenwriters: Lee Eisenberg, Gene Stupnitsky, Beth Stelling, John PhillipsCast: Jacob Tremblay, Keith L. Williams, Brady Noon, Molly Gordon, Midori Francis, Josh CarasThe writers of Superbad and the producers of Sausage Party take on sixth grade in Universal Pictures’ Good Boys, an R-rated comedy about three friends on an epic one-day odyssey of bad decisions. (World Premiere)The HighwaymenDirector: John Lee HancockScreenwriter: John FuscoCast: Kevin Costner, Woody Harrelson, Kathy Bates, Kim DickinsonTexas Ranger Frank Hamer reflects on what made him a great lawman as he comes out of retirement to hunt down Bonnie and Clyde. (World Premiere)Untitled Seth Rogen/ Charlize Theron ComedyDirector: Jonathan LevineScreenwriter: Dan SterlingCast: Seth Rogen, Charlize Theron, O’Shea Jackson Jr., Andy Serkis, June Diane Raphael, Ravi Patel and Alexander SkarsgårdAn ambitious diplomat with a spotless reputation and a hard-partying journalist hilariously redefine “international relations” as they try to keep their red-hot romance under wraps. (World Premiere)UsDirector/Screenwriter: Jordan PeeleCast: Lupita Nyong o, Winston Duke, Elisabeth Moss, Tim Heidecker, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Anna Diop, Evan Alex, Shahadi Wright-Joseph, Madison Curry, Cali SheldonAn original nightmare from Oscar-winner Jordan Peele (Get Out), starring Lupita Nyong’o and Winston Duke, Us pits an average American family against a terrifying opponent: doppelgängers of themselves. (World Premiere)NARRATIVE SPOTLIGHT(Photo by Nolwen Cifuentes)Adopt a HighwayDirector/Screenwriter: Logan Marshall-GreenCast: Ethan Hawke, Elaine Hendrix, Diana Gaeta Marshall-Green, Betty Gabriel, Mo McRae, Chris Sullivan, Nate Mooney, Christopher Heyerdahl, Anne Marie JohnsonAfter being released from prison following a twenty year sentence for a minor offense, an ex-con must learn to navigate the world while coming to terms with his own life which has moved on — all while caring for an abandoned baby he finds in a dumpster. (World Premiere)The Art of Self-DefenseDirector/Screenwriter: Riley StearnsCast: Jesse Eisenberg, Alessandro Nivola, Imogen PootsThe Art of Self-Defense stars Jesse Eisenberg and is set in the world of karate. Eisenberg plays a man who is attacked on the street and enlists in a local dojo, led by a charismatic Sensei (Nivola), in an effort to learn how to defend himself. (World Premiere)Come As You AreDirector: Richard WongScreenwriter: Erik LinthorstCast: Grant Rosenmeyer, Hayden Szeto, Ravi Patel, Gabourey Sidibe, Janeane Garofalo, C.S. Lee, Jennifer Jelsema, Martha Kuwahara, Delaney Feener, Asta PhilpotThree young men with disabilities embark on a road trip to a brothel in Montreal catering to people with special needs to lose their virginity and embrace their independence. Inspired by a true story and remake of the Belgian film Hasta La Vista. (World Premiere)The Day Shall Come (United Kingdom, U. S.)Director: Chris MorrisScreenwriters: Chris Morris, Jesse ArmstrongCast: Marchánt Davis, Anna Kendrick, Danielle Brooks, Denis O HareAn impoverished preacher who brings hope to the Miami projects is offered cash to save his family from eviction. He has no idea his sponsor works for the FBI who plan to turn him into a criminal by fueling his madcap revolutionary dreams. (World Premiere)(Photo by Carmen Hilbert)Frances FergusonDirector: Bob ByingtonScreenwriter: Scott KingCast: Kaley Wheless, Nick Offerman, Keith Poulson, David KrumholtzA small town s reaction to scandal. (World Premiere)I m Just F*cking With YouDirector: Adam MasonScreenwriters: Gregg Zehenter, Scott BarkanCast: Keir O’Donnell, Hayes MacArthur, Jessica McNameeA young man and his sister endure a night of increasingly frightening practical jokes while spending the night at a secluded motel. (World Premiere)Mother s Little HelpersDirector/Screenwriter: Kestrin PanteraCast: Breeda Wool, Melanie Hutsell, David Giuntoli, Sam Littlefield, Kestrin PanteraWhen Joy Pride, a groovy 70’s burn-out on the caboose of the flower power movement learns she has weeks to live, her estranged children come together to do right by a mother who always did them wrong. (World Premiere)Olympic DreamsDirector: Jeremy Teicher, Screenwriters: Alexi Pappas, Jeremy Teicher, Nick KrollCast: Nick Kroll, Alexi Pappas, Gus Kenworthy, Morgan Schild, Jamie AndersonIn the Athlete Village at the Olympic Winter Games, Penelope (Alexi Pappas), a cross-country skier, befriends Ezra (Nick Kroll), a volunteer dentist, after a disappointing finish in her race. Penelope and Ezra share a special but limited time together. (World Premiere)The Peanut Butter FalconDirectors/Screenwriters: Tyler Nilson, Michael SchwartzCast: Shia LaBeouf, Dakota Johnson, Zack Gottsagen, John Hawkes, Bruce Dern, Thomas Haden Church, Jon Bernthal, Jake The Snake Roberts, Mick FoleyA young man with Down syndrome runs away from the retirement home where he lives to chase his dream of becoming a professional wrestler. (World Premiere)(Photo by Nigel Bluck)Pink WallDirector/Screenwriter: Tom CullenCast: Tatiana Maslany, Jay DuplassSix scenes. Six years. Six moments that shaped the relationship of Jenna and Leon. Pink Wall examines what defines us, the pressures of gender expectations, and our perpetual struggle between life and ambition. (World Premiere)Run This TownDirector/Screenwriter: Ricky TollmanCast: Ben Platt, Nina Dobrev, Mena Massoud, Damian Lewis, Jennifer Ehle, Scott SpeedmanA political aide tries to corral his brash, outspoken boss when a young researcher at a newspaper gets word of a scandal that could make or break both of their careers. (World Premiere)Sword of TrustDirector: Lynn SheltonScreenwriters: Lynn Shelton, Mike O BrienCast: Marc Maron, Jon Bass, Michaela Watkins, Jillian Bell, Toby Huss, Dan Bakkedahl, Tim Paul, Whitmer ThomasA curmudgeonly pawnshop owner and his man-child sidekick team up with an out of town couple to cash in on a family heirloom: a sword believed by alt history conspiracy nuts to be proof that the South won the Civil War. (World Premiere)VillainsDirectors/Screenwriters: Dan Berk, Robert OlsenCast: Bill Skarsgard, Maika Monroe, Kyra Sedgwick, Jeffrey DonovanWhen a pair of amateur criminals break into a suburban home, they stumble upon a dark secret and two sadistic homeowners who will do anything to keep it from getting out. (World Premiere)The Wall of MexicoDirectors: Zachary Cotler, Magdalena ZyzakScreenwriter: Zachary CotlerCast: Jackson Rathbone, Esai Morales, Marisol Sacramento, Carmela Zumbado, Alex Meneses, Moises Arias, with Mariel Hemingway, and Xander BerkeleyA young white handyman, hired by a wealthy Mexican-American family to upkeep their ranch, finds himself caught between disgruntled locals and the family s outrageously decadent daughters and discovers that something quite unusual is happening at the ranch. (World Premiere)DOCUMENTARY SPOTLIGHTAny One Of UsDirector: Fernando VillenaThrough the inspiring journey of a recovering athlete, Any One of Us offers an unprecedented glimpse into the traumatic world of spinal cord injuries. (World Premiere)AutonomyDirector: Alex HorwitzA feature documentary about the emerging technology of self-driving vehicles and the big questions they raise: what is control and who do we become as we relinquish it to machines? (World Premiere)Bellingcat — Truth in a Post-Truth WorldDirector/Screenwriter: Hans PoolBellingcat — Truth in a Post-Truth World explores the exclusive world of Bellingcat, a highly-skilled and controversial collective of “citizen investigative journalists” dedicated to redefining breaking news in the 21st century. (North American Premiere)BreakthroughDirector/Screenwriter: Bill HaneyBreakthrough tells the story of a renegade, blues-playing, Nobel prize-winning Texas scientist who created a cure for the world’s deadliest disease. Narrated by Woody Harrelson with a country-blues soundtrack. (World Premiere)Building the American DreamDirector: Chelsea HernandezIn Texas, construction workers face the deadliest conditions in the country. Building the American Dream follows three immigrant families who are rising up to seek justice and equality in an industry rife with exploitation. (World Premiere)Community First, A Home for the HomelessDirector: Layton BlaylockCommunity First, A Home for the Homeless is a feature documentary about a totally unique concept for mitigating homelessness. Conceived and created in Austin, Texas, Community First! Village is truly transforming the lives of homeless people. (World Premiere)(Photo by Derek Reich)Human NatureDirector: Adam BoltScreenwriters: Adam Bolt, Regina SobelA once-in-a-lifetime scientific discovery called CRISPR gives us the power to change what it means to be human. Now it’s up to us to decide how far we should go. (World Premiere)I Love You, Now Die: The Commonwealth Vs. Michelle CarterDirector: Erin Lee CarrTeen Michelle Carter s actions shocked a nation — but what really happened behind closed doors? This HBO special showcases the prosecution s point of view and alternately the defense s. Which side do you fall on? (World Premiere)It Started As a JokeDirectors: Julie Smith Clem, Ken DruckermanIt Started As a Joke documents the decade-long run of the Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival. The film celebrates Eugene s unique brand of humor and reminds us of the healing properties of comedy – even in the most challenging of life’s circumstances. (World Premiere)Jump ShotDirector: Jacob Ryan HamiltonJump Shot uncovers the inspiring true story of Kenny Sailors, the developer of the modern day jump shot in basketball, and how he defined the game, but why the game never defined him. (World Premiere)Kathy Griffin: A Hell of a StoryDirector: Troy MillerScreenwriter: Kathy GriffinIn her first ever comedy concert film, Comedian Kathy Griffin details the aftermath of lost work and being the subject of a federal investigation following the release of her now infamous photo depicting President Donald J Trump. (World Premiere)(Photo by Charlie Gross)QualifiedDirector: Jenna RickerIn the world of motorsports, the Indianapolis 500 has long been considered the only race. In May 1977, Janet Guthrie — the first woman to attempt Indy — earned herself a spot in the prestigious field of 33. (World Premiere)Red DogDirectors: Casey Pinkston, Luke DickIn the early 1980s, the only family that toddler Luke knew were the strippers, bouncers, and outcasts that made OKC s rowdiest strip club their home. (World Premiere)The River and the WallDirector: Ben MastersFive friends venture into the unknown wilds of the Texas borderlands to document the environment before a wall is built. As the wilderness gives way to the bustling Rio Grande Valley, they encounter the unexpected and enter uncharted emotional waters. (World Premiere)Running with BetoDirector: David ModiglianiFollow Beto O Rourke behind the scenes of his breakaway campaign to unseat Ted Cruz in the US Senate. With intimate access to the candidate, his family and team, the film captures Beto s rise from a virtual unknown to a national political sensation. (World Premiere)Sunset over Mulholland DriveDirector: Uli GaulkeScreenwriters: Uli Gaulke, Marc PitzkeThe vital power of creativity — a behind the scenes look into Hollywood s retirement home. (North American Premiere)VISIONS(Photo by Tim Pipe)Becoming LeslieDirector: Tracy FrazierScreenwriters: Sandra Guardado, Tracy FrazierBecoming Leslie reveals the inner and bizarre world of Leslie Cochran, a cross-dressing homeless misfit who became the most iconic and unlikely civic symbol of Austin, Texas. (World Premiere)The Garden Left BehindDirector: Flavio AlvesScreenwriters: John Rotondo, Flavio AlvesCast: Michael Madsen, Ed Asner, Carlie Guevara, Danny Flaherty, Alex Kruz, Anthony Abdo, Dawn Young, Tamara M. Williams, Miriam Cruz, Brock YurichA Mexican trans woman struggles to build a life for herself as an undocumented immigrant in New York City. (World Premiere)J.R. Bob Dobbs and The Church of the SubGeniusDirector: Sandy K BooneScreenwriters: Sandy K Boone, Jason WehlingThis film explores the underground movement that has galvanized the imaginative, the artistic, the nerdy, even the deranged – to examine the simmering dystopia in their culture, and do absolutely nothing about it except, maybe, poke fun at it all. (World Premiere)JezebelDirector/Screenwriter: Numa PerrierCast: Tiffany Tenille, Numa Perrier, Stephen Barrington, Bobby Field, Brett Gelman, Rockwelle Dortch, Zoe Tyson, Dennis Jaffee, Jessa ZarubicaA true story. In the last days of her mother’s life, 19-year-old Tiffany crashes with five family members in a Las Vegas studio apartment. In order to make ends meet, her sister, a phone sex operator, introduces her to the world of fetish cam girls. (World Premiere)Leave the Bus Through the Broken Window (Hong Kong, U.S.)Director: Andrew HeviaA broken-hearted filmmaker navigates an unfamiliar city, an international art fair and his personal baggage in this intimate, playful and unexpectedly comedic documentary. (World Premiere)(Photo by Robert Rodriguez)One Man Dies a Million Times (Belarus)Director/Screenwriter: Jessica OreckCast: Alyssa Lozovskaya, Maksim BlinovSet in the future, a story about seeds and genetic diversity, about growth and decay, about love and war, and about hunger of all kinds. (World Premiere)Red 11Director: Robert RodriguezScreenwriters: Robert Rodriguez, Racer RodriguezCast: Roby Attal, Lauren Hatfield, Carlos Gallardo, Alejandro Rose Garcia, Rebel Rodriguez, Racer Rodriguez, Eman Esfandi, Steven Brudniak, Brently Heilbron, Pierce Foster BaileyRob, an independent filmmaker, loses his investor’s money only to find out his investors are the Cartel. He checks himself into a medical research facility to pay off his debt, but quickly realizes it won’t be that easy. (World Premiere)Romantic Comedy (United Kingdom)Director: Elizabeth SankeyMusician and writer Elizabeth Sankey investigates the past, present and future of romantic comedies, assisted by a chorus of critics, actors and filmmakers. (World Premiere)SakawaDirector/Screenwriter: Ben AsamoahWhat human story lies behind the phenomenon of ‘internet fraud’? In Sakawa we meet three Ghanaian youngsters who, out of desperation, turn to internet scamming with the help of black magic. (North American Premiere)TitoDirector/Screenwriter: Grace GlowickiCast: Grace Glowicki, Ben PetrieA desperate man seeks refuge from the predators hunting him by befriending a cheerful intruder. (World Premiere)EPISODIC PREMIERESDavid Makes ManShowrunner: Dee Harris-LawrenceScreenwriter: Tarell Alvin McCraneyCast: Akili McDowell, Nathaniel McIntyre, Isaiah Johnson, Ade Chike Torbert, Cayden Williams, Jordan Bolger, Travis Coles, Phylicia Rashad, Alana ArenasA richly layered, deeply personal work about a 14-year-old prodigy from the projects who is haunted by the death of his closest friend. Set in South Florida, the series is inspired by events in McCraney’s own life, exploring childhood trauma and the power of imagination. (World Premiere)NOS4A2Showrunner/Screenwriter: Jami O BrienCast List: Zachary Quinto, Ashleigh Cummings, Jahkara J. Smith, Olafur Olafsson, Virginia Kull, Ebon Moss-BachrachNOS4A2 introduces Vic, a young woman who has a supernatural ability to find lost things. This ability puts her on a collision course with the evil and immortal Charlie Manx, a supernatural villain who feeds off the souls of children. (World Premiere)RamyShowrunner: Bridget BedardScreenwriter: Ramy YoussefCast: Ramy Youssef, Mohammed Amer, Hiam Abbass, Amr Waked, May Calamawy, David Merheje, Laith Nakli, Steve WayRamy, a first generation American Muslim on a spiritual journey, explores the challenges of being caught in between an Egyptian community that thinks life is moral a test, and a millennial generation that thinks life has no consequences. (World Premiere)ShrillShowrunner: Alexandra RushfieldScreenwriters: Alexandra Rushfield, Lindy West and Aidy BryantCast: Aidy Bryant, Lolly Adefope, Luka Jones, Ian Owens, John Cameron MitchellFrom Executive Producers Lorne Michaels and Elizabeth Banks comes Shrill, a comedy series starring Aidy Bryant (Saturday Night Live) as Annie, a fat young woman who wants to change her life — but not her body. Annie is trying to start her career while juggling bad boyfriends, a sick parent, and a perfectionist boss. (World Premiere)What We Do in the ShadowsShowrunners: Jemaine Clement, Paul SimmsScreenplay: Jemaine ClementCast: Matt Berry, Kayvan Novak, Natasia Demetriou, Harvey Guillén, Mark ProkschBased on the feature film of the same name from Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi, FX’s new comedy What We Do in the Shadows follows vampire roommates who have lived together for hundreds and hundreds of years. (World Premiere)24 BEATS PER SECOND(Photo by Jacques Cheuiche)Amazônia GrooveDirector/Screenwriter: Bruno MurtinhoLeaving Belem and crossing much of the Para State Amazon region, its towns and riverside villages, Amazônia Groove reveals artists and their traditions, faith and mysticism, music and life that pound in the northern region of Brazil. (North American Premiere)BluebirdDirector: Brian LoschiavoDiscover the origin stories of megastars like Garth Brooks and Taylor Swift while following emerging singer-songwriters as they chase their dreams inside The Bluebird Cafe, Nashville’s accidental landmark that has altered the course of music history. (World Premiere)The Boy Band Con: The Lou Pearlman StoryDirector: Aaron KunkelThe Boy Band Con: The Lou Pearlman Story charts the life and crimes of boy band impresario Lou Pearlman. The film tracks his life from discovering NSYNC and Backstreet Boys, to his perpetration of one of the largest ponzi schemes in US history. (World Premiere)Boy Howdy! The Story of CREEM MagazineDirector: Scott CrawfordScreenwriters: Scott Crawford, Jaan UhelszkiRipping back the curtain on legendary rock rag CREEM Magazine s wild and disruptive newsroom; a dysfunctional band of unruly outsiders who weren’t all that different from the artists they covered. (World Premiere)Brainiac: Transmissions After ZeroDirector: Eric MahoneyThe film explores the seminal 90s band Brainiac from Dayton, OH and its creative force Tim Taylor. Just days before signing a major record contract Taylor was killed in a bizarre auto accident leaving his family and bandmates to pick up the pieces. (World Premiere)Carmine Street GuitarsDirector: Ron MannScreenwriter: Len BlumFive Days in the life of Greenwich Village guitar shop Carmine Street Guitars.(Photo by Herman Nijhof courtesy of New Zealand Film Commission)The Chills: The Triumph and Tragedy of Martin PhillippsDirector: Julia Parnell, Rob CurryNew Zealand music genius Martin Phillipps fights his creative demons, conquers the music world, inspires a generation, and then retreats into depression, addiction and anonymity. (World Premiere)David Crosby: Remember My NameDirector: A.J. EatonDavid Crosby reflects on his life of music stardom, while forging new paths to relevancy at his age of 77 in this deeply personal documentary. (World Premiere)Everybody s EverythingDirectors: Sebastian Jones, Ramez SilyanEverybody’s Everything is the story of artist Lil Peep (Gustav Ahr) from his birth in Long Island and meteoric rise as a genre blending pop star style icon, to his death due to an accidental opioid overdose in Arizona at just 21 years of age. (World Premiere)The Gift: The Journey of Johnny CashDirector: Thom ZimnyScreenwriter: Warren ZanesJohnny Cash stands among the giants of 20th century American life. But his story remains tangled in mystery and myth. This documentary brings Cash the man out from behind the legend. (World Premiere)Mr. JimmyDirector: Peter Michael DowdDowd Akio Sakurai has dedicated his life to honoring Jimmy Page. For 30 years he recreated vintage Zeppelin concerts note-for-note in small Tokyo clubs. Moving to L.A. to pursue his tribute dream, cultures clash and Akio s idyllic vision meets reality. (World Premiere)Nothing Stays The Same: The Story of The Saxon PubDirector: Jeff SandmannScreenwriters: Jeff Sandmann, Jeffrey Brown, Lisa Kay PfannenstielNothing Stays the Same celebrates the last 30 years of live music in Austin, while also examining the challenges faced by musicians and music venues in one of the fastest-growing cities in the country, all through the lens of the legendary Saxon Pub. (World Premiere)(Photo by Courtesy of Nothing Stays The Same: The Story of The Saxon Pub)Show Me The Picture: The Story of Jim MarshallDirector: Alfred George BaileyJim Marshall was a maverick with a camera. An outsider who captured the heights of Rock’N’Roll music and the seismic changes of an era, from the Beatles and Jimi Hendrix, to the civil rights movements and some of the most iconic moments of the 60s. (World Premiere)Strange NegotiationsDirector: Brandon VedderA documentary exploring the existential, artistic and family life of musician and former evangelical, David Bazan (Pedro The Lion), set against America’s own crisis of faith highlighted during the 2016 presidential election. (World Premiere)Teen SpiritDirector/Screenwriter: Max MinghellaCast: Elle FanningThe film follows Violet, a shy teenager who enters an international singing competition with the help of an unlikely mentor. Driven by a pop-fueled soundtrack, Teen Spirit is a visceral and stylish spin on the Cinderella story. (U.S. Premiere)Who Let The Dogs OutDirector: Brent HodgeScreenwriters: Brent Hodge, John Diemer, Jasleen KaurThe origin story of the smash hit Who Let the Dogs Out goes back further than anyone could have imagined; steeped in legal battles, female empowerment and artist integrity, which beckons the question: will we ever know who let the dogs out? (World Premiere)Wild RoseDirector: Tom HarperScreenwriter: Nicole TaylorCast: Jessie Buckley, Julie Walters, Sophie OkonedoA musician from Glasgow dreams of becoming a Nashville star. (U.S. Premiere)GLOBALAleksiDirector/Screenwriter: Barbara VekarićCast: Tihana Lazović, Goran Marković, Sebastian Cavazza, Nataša Janjić, Jason Mann, Aljoša Vučović, Neda Arnerić, Leon LučevA character piece about funny and troubled girl in her 20s, forced to move back in with her overbearing family. (North American Premiere)AuroraDirector/Screenwriter: Miia TervoCast: Mimosa Willamo, Amir Escandari, Oona Airola, Hannu-Pekka Björkman, Miitta SorvaliAurora, a commitment-phobic party animal, meets Iranian Amir one night at a hot-dog stand in Lapland. Amir is running from death and Aurora is running from love. They need each other in order to finally stop running. (North American Premiere)Being ImpossibleDirector: Patricia OrtegaScreenwriters: Patricia Ortega, Enmanuel ChávezA young woman discovers she was submitted to several surgeries to correct her intersexual body as a baby. She has to find her own self outside gender binaries. (North American Premiere)Cachada: The OpportunityDirector/Screenwriter: Marlén ViñayoFive Salvadoran saleswomen want to take their cruel life stories to the stage. During the rehearsal process of their play, they’ll discover themselves as victims and victimizers in a cycle of violence that has plagued their families for generations. (World Premiere)Days of the WhaleDirector/Screenwriter: Catalina Arroyave RestrepoCast: Laura Tobón, David Escallón, Carlos Fonnegra, Christian Tappan, Julián Giraldo, Natalia Castaño, Margarita RestrepoTwo young graffiti artists of Medellín defy a criminal gang when they decide to paint the mural of a whale over a threat written in a wall. (World Premiere)La Mala NocheDirector/Screenwriter: Gabriela CalvacheCast: Nöelle Schönwald, Cristian Mercado, Jaime Tamariz, Ariana FreireShe is the perfect woman until she decides to be free. (World Premiere)VaiDirectors: Nicole Whippy, ‘Ofa-Ki-Levuka Guttenbeil-Likiliki, Matasila Freshwater, Amberley Jo Aumua, Mīria George, Marina Alofagia McCartney, Dianna Fuemana, Becs ArahangaVai is a portmanteau feature film by nine Polynesian directors and filmed on seven different pacific islands. It is about the journey of empowerment through culture, over the lifetime of one woman, Vai. (World Premiere)X YDirector: Anna OdellScreenwriters: Anna Odell, Jakob BeckmanCast: Anna Odell, Mikael Persbrandt, Trine Dyrholm, Vera Vitali, Shanti Roney, Sofie Gråbøl, Jens Albinus, Thure LindhardtSwedish director and visual artist, Anna Odell (The Reunion), conducts a social experiment in which she aims to challenge the gender roles that men and women have in the society of today. (North American Premiere)SPECIAL EVENTS(Photo by Kurt Volk)How Rednecks Saved Hollywood with Joe Bob BriggsDirector/Screenwriter: Joe Bob BriggsAmerica s drive-in movie critic uses 200 video clips and photos to tell the 500-year history of the American redneck in a multimedia comedy performance.Love, Death RobotsShowrunners: David Fincher, Tim Miller, Josh Donen, Jennifer MillerLove, Death Robots, an animated anthology series presented by Tim Miller and David Fincher, is a genre orgy of Not-Suitable-For-Mainstream shorts. (World Premiere)Followed by extended Q A with with Tim Miller and David Fincher.Ra: Path of the Sun GodDirector: Lesley KeenAustin based electronic and experimental label Holodeck Records is partnering with Austin Film Society for a special live re-score screening of the 1990 animated film Ra: Path of the Sun God, a beautiful re-telling of one of Ancient Egypt s most famous myths.Rebel Without A Crew: Filmmaking Master Class with Robert RodriguezJoin Robert Rodriguez as he gives a master-class in micro-budget guerilla filmmaking, featuring behind the scenes moments from his new ,000 film, RED 11. The event will be followed by the World Premiere of RED 11.Shangri-LaDirectors: Morgan Neville, Jeff MalmbergAn intimate look at the creative process through the lens of legendary music producer Rick Rubin.True StoriesDirector: David ByrneScreenwriters: Stephen Tobolowsky, Beth Henley, David ByrneDavid Byrne s 1986 musical comedy, inspired by theater director Robert Wilson, tabloid newspapers, and filmmakers Robert Altman and Federico Fellini, remains a unique artistic vision that celebrates the singular citizens of a fictional Texas town. David Byrne will appear in-person for Q A following a screening of new 4K restoration. (Photo by HBO)The Best TV Movies of 2019 (So Far)Identifying a TV movie is more difficult than ever. The Television Academy put new rules into place this year that would prevent titles like Black Mirror from entering episodes under 75 minutes into the Television Movie Emmy category. The title s 61-minute San Junipero won the 2017 award in the category. (On the flip side, shorts now must be at least 2 minutes long.)So, when we re compiling a list of Certified Fresh TV Movies, we re faced with making choices like whether or not individual episodes of an anthology film series like Black Mirror should be listed in such a way that they are eligible for Certified Fresh designation as the title s one-off Bandersnatch is.Fortunately/unfortunately, the individual episodes for season 5 don t meet the scores required for consideration anyway.Read also: The Best Black Mirror Episodes to the Worst, Ranked We pulled together a list of TV and streaming film titles that do meet the eligibility criteria to be Certified Fresh, which is a minimum of 40 reviews (higher than the 20 needed for TV seasons) with at least five reviews from Top Critics. We also took into consideration whether a title s primary release was in theaters or on broadcast, cable, or streaming. So limited releases that saw only festival screenings or had very small theatrical time and number of theaters, but then was available broadly on a streaming service, were included as well.Read on to find out which titles in this very exclusive category came out on top for 2019.
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5.58.3 2月喜迎自从LOL手游的消息放出来的那一刻,许多英雄联盟的玩家们都非常的期待,不过国服迟迟没有正式推出,这也让不少国内的英雄联盟玩家感到有些小失望。要想玩到LOL手游还得使用一些手段才能实现,确实让人感到有些不爽吧。这也从侧面说明LOL手游被所有人看好,毕竟英雄联盟这个IP绝对是巨无霸级别的。
eloping a new Zorro series for NBC, with Zorro now a female named Sola Dominguez, an artist who fights against social injustice and angers local mobsters when she exposes their crimes. Modern Family alum Sofia Vergara will be an executive producer on the project. (Deadline)Friends star Matthew Perry has released a limited time collection of Chandler Bing-themed t-shirts to raise money for the World Health Organization’s COVID-19 relief efforts. Mugs, hats, and hoodies are also available in the “Could this BE any more of a Matthew Perry merch store?” store.Ava DuVernay and former Arrow writer and executive producer Jill Blankenship are developing a CW series based on the DC comic book heroine Naomi, a black teen girl in Oregon with superpowered abilities who finds out she us from another world and was sent to Earth by her parents, who wanted to protect her from a serial killer. The Naomi comic was created by David F. Walker and Brian Michael Bendis, and drawn by Jamal Campbell.NBC is developing Hope Café, produced by Mayim Bialik and Damon Wayans Jr. The comedy is based on Sip of Hope, a Chicago coffee house where 100 percent of the proceeds support suicide prevention and mental health education. In the series, the titular shop is a community hangout where the baristas are also trained as mental health counselors.  (Deadline)(Photo by HBO)A True Blood reboot – so far, minus any of the original cast – is in early development at HBO, with original series creator Alan Ball attached as an executive producer and Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (Riverdale) and Jami O’Brien (NOS4A2) attached to write the script and executive produce. (Variety)Another reboot on the way: iCarly, with original cast members Miranda Cosgrove, Jerry Trainor, and Nathan Kress to return. The series will stream at Paramount+ (still known as CBS All Access until next year). (TVLine)Samuel L. Jackson, Hugh Grant, Lisa Kudrow, Kumail Nanjiani, Tracey Ullman, Leslie Jones, and Cristin Milioti will guest star on Death to 2020, a documentary-style Netflix special from Black Mirror creators Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones, that pairs the celeb voices with real footage from the dumpster fire that has been 2020.Jessica Simpson is teaming with Amazon to create an unscripted and a scripted series based on her New York Times bestselling 2020 memoir, Open Book.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
由于Apex英雄手游国内还没有公测,国内应用商店也就还没支持下载这款手游。但是也不要担心,唐老鸭推荐大家一款好用的工具软件,叫做奇游手游加速器。作为老牌加速器,奇游在Apex英雄手游A测时期就已经支持预注册。XDM可以直接用奇游下载游戏包,且不用看广告。

作为火炬1和2的玩家,这个叫做“无限”的手游给我的感觉更像是火炬2,似乎更加注重了对大地图和冒险感的塑造。这个没玩过我不做好评或者差评,不过比较吸引我的是它在宣传片里说到的自由搭配组建build,这种类型我相当喜欢。不知道大家有没有玩过战斗之心:传承,这游戏在我手机中存在了很长时间,直到现在我每个月都会去偶尔玩一下,如果设计师在天赋和技能树上做的足够多元且互相制衡,那一个自由组build的游戏是非常好玩的。
只是从结果来看,众多大厂下场做手游的表现都差强人意,《樱花革命》的失败更是一个典型。这场沦为笑柄的失败其后续影响也尚且难以估量,手游的争议已然盖过了《新樱战》好不容易打下的新底子,从悲观的发展来看,就算樱战这个IP再度被雪藏也不足为奇。?当然在许多人看来,这就是大厂的肉食者们脱离了玩家的结果。所谓本家制作的游戏,竟还远不如一些其他手游的联动活动更懂粉丝想要的是什么。
侠盗飞车罪恶都市手机版中文版是一款动作射击类型的冒险手游,有经典PC端移植而来,高度还原复刻了游戏的经典玩法,以80年代迈阿密为背景,不断的经历各种冒险,是玩家在移动端充分的体验到端游的乐趣,感兴趣的朋友快来下载体验吧!侠盗飞车罪恶都市手机版中文版游戏说明进...
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亚博app下载安卓版 手游《哈利波特:魔法觉醒》自从上线以来,非常受玩家们的欢迎。值得一提的是,公测初期,可能是凭借哈利波特这个IP强大的号召力,吸引了玩家过来游玩。但是过了一段时间之后,哈利波特手游还能保持这样的热度。完全是靠着其优秀的游戏质量,得到了玩家的认可。

(Photo by Courtesy of the Everett Collection)It s estimated that between 75 and 90 percent of films made before 1929 are either lost or only exist in incomplete form. As part of our RT Archives project, we are collecting contemporaneous reviews for those films – see a full list here and read what critics said about them at the time – and shining a spotlight on the stories and people behind them. Learn more about the RT Archives project here.The 1906 film The Story of the Kelly Gang achieved a number of “firsts” when it premiered at Melbourne s Athenaeum Hall in late December of that year. It was the first feature film about the Australian outlaw and pop culture hero Ned Kelly, who had died just 26 years before. It was also the first in the genre that would become known as “bushranger films,” stories of escaped convicts and bank- and coach-robbers who lived hidden in the Australian bush. Crucially, running more than an hour with a reel length of about 4,000 feet, The Story of the Kelly Gang was also the world’s first full-length feature film, according to the UNESCO Memory of the World Register. Tragically, it is also the world’s first lost full-length feature.What we know about the film, for which writing and directing credits are often attributed to film and theatrical entrepreneur Charles Tait and his brothers, can be gleaned through a 17-minute restoration that pieced together bits of film discovered since the mid 1970s – including what could be salvaged from 400 feet of release print discovered by kids in a Melbourne rubbish dump in – and included still photographs to fill out scenes. We learn more, too, in theater programs from its initial exhibition in Australia, which outline the six-reel film’s six scenes, all depicting crucial moments in Ned Kelly and his gang’s criminal career, including the shootout that would eventually lead to Kelly’s arrest and for which he built his infamous metal bulletproof armor. (You might recall it from umpteenth Ned Kelly films – he’s been played by the likes of Heath Ledger, Mick Jagger, and, most recently, George Mackay in last year’s The True History of the Kelly Gang.)(Photo by Courtesy of the Everett Collection)What’s harder to draw from these sources is what it was like to sit there, in a packed Sydney or Melbourne theater, and see The Story of the Kelly Gang live – to bear witness to a thrilling story about a man who, by that point, was a national icon, told in a groundbreaking and never-before-seen fashion. Perhaps the closest we can get to understanding that is in reviews written by critics and cultural commentators at the time, who filled columns in Australian and New Zealand newspapers with their reactions to the storytelling, the incredible new technology of a full-length-feature film, descriptions of crowd reactions, notes on the movie’s presentation – the reading of interstitial descriptions, accompanying sounds like fake gun shots – and who grappled with the country’s canonization of a man with so much blood, some of it from law enforcement on, his hands.As part of our RT Archive project, we have been sourcing contemporaneous reviews for dozens of lost films, including The Story of the Kelly Gang, to help readers piece together in their minds these lost works of art. Below, we break down what writers thought of the film and its giant step forward in the evolution of this beguiling new moving-picture technology.Did critics think this groundbreaking feature film was any good?“[The pictures] illustrate with tolerable verisimilitude the most noteworthy events in the career of perhaps the most notorious gang of outlaws that ever infested the Australian bush.” – The Mercury (Tasmania), Monday, May 13, 1907“[Many scenes] with galloping horses and beautiful bush views, were admirably presented, and voices behind the scenes supplied the realistic dialogue needed to keep the audience in touch with the action of the story.” – Sydney Morning Herald, Monday, February 11, 1907“…the Kelly pictures were reeled off at a rate which kept the attention of the audience closely concentrated on the career of the famous outlaws… A conscientious and, on the whole, a creditable effort has been made to reproduce the tragedies as they occurred, and if there were any imperfections in detail probably few in the hall had memories long enough to detect them.” – The Age (Melbourne), Thursday, December 27, 1906 (day after December 26 world premiere)“… the attempted wrecking of the train sent from Melbourne with a posse of police to assist in the capture of the Glenrowan Hotel, with Rev. Father Gibney bravely rescuing and carrying away the wounded from the burning building. This scene was most vividly and realistically depicted, with some 50 police and the gang exchanging shots.” – Sunday Times (Sydney), Sunday, February 10, 1907“The films are clear and distinct, the chief actors concerned in the bush drama are fairly recognizable, the photographs are taken in ‘Kelly country,’ and after due allowance is made for certain acknowledged liberties taken, the illustrated record is probably as satisfactory as anything of the kind at this distant date.” – The Daily Telegraph (Sydney), Monday, February 11, 1907 (the one Rotten review)(Photo by Courtesy of the Everett Collection)What did the reviews reveal about the making of the film and how it was presented?“Messrs. J and N Tait, in the result, presented an ingeniously realistic succession of pictures taken at Glenrowan, the Strathbogie and Wombat Ranges, and other Victorian spots at one time haunted by the robbers in question.” – Sydney Morning Herald, Monday, February 11, 1907“The films are the product of carefully rehearsed posing by men, women and children, who have copied characteristics of the principals, their accomplices and their victims.” – The Age (Melbourne), Thursday, December 27, 1906 (day after December 26 world premiere)“In order to have the scenes of various incidents portrayed it was necessary sometimes to keep employed as many as 50 people at a time, and it even necessitated the co-operation of the railways and the engagement of special trains.” – The New Zealand Herald, Tuesday, June 18, 1907“For the guidance of those unacquainted with the Kelly saga the operator introduces each series of pictures with a few lines of legible print, epitomizing the chapter next to be presented.” – The Mercury (Tasmania), Monday, May 13, 1907Did the technology impress?“The biograph picture has now come to be recognized as quite a necessary adjunct to civilization, and the wonder of its creation has vanished with the mystery of the telephone and the first motor-car…. To such a stage of perfection has the moving picture been brought, that audiences at this end of the world may have repeated for their benefit almost every detail, in actual spectacular panorama, events that have happened thousands of miles away, and no country is sacred form the enterprising picture-taker.” – The New Zealand Herald, Tuesday, June 18, 1907“The cinematograph views of the murder of the constables in the Wombat Ranges, and baffled efforts to wreck the police special by tearing up the railway track, the storming of the Glenrowan Inn and the capture of Ned Kelly were life-like, and, of course, highly sensational.” – The Age (Melbourne), Thursday, December 27, 1906 (day after December 26 world premiere)Ned Kelly has been played through the years by Mick Jagger, George Mackay, Heath Ledger, and others. (Photo by Courtesy of the Everett Collection, © IFC Films, © Focus Features)What was it like to be in the theater for these historic screenings?“The Town-hall was filled to overflowing, and scores were turned away on Saturday night, when the biograph pictures of the adventures of the Kelly gang were exhibited for the first time. Growing boys formed a not inconsiderable portion of the spectators, and from the undertone of comment and the occasional outburst of applause, it was clear with what enthusiastic interest they followed the story as it was unfolded in the successive series of films.” – The Mercury (Tasmania), Monday, May 13, 1907How did critics grapple with the portrayal of the criminal Ned Kelly as a heroic figure?“The exploits of the Kelly gang, away back in the early eighties, were admittedly sufficiently daring in their character and tragic in their sequence to provide a sensational page of Australian history, but it is not the class of history to which a nation points with pride, nor is it a sort of thing the youth of a country will be asked to admire or to emulate…. Pasts of this description, one would suppose, were better buried deeply and the incidents associated with them kept in the background. Such, however, did not appear to be the view of the hundreds who scrambled wildly for seats at the Palace Theater on Saturday evening, in response to the announcement that there would be there presented ‘Australia’s greatest drama: The story of the Kelly gang, by the biograph–the most thrilling moving-picture series ever seen.’” – The Daily Telegraph (Sydney), Monday, February 11, 1907 (the one Rotten review)“[The Kellys] are described on the program as ‘the last of the bushrangers,’ and it is to be hoped that may prove so, and that these vivid pictures may not ‘rear the tender thought, and teach the young idea how to shoot’–policemen.” – Sydney Morning Herald, Monday, February 11, 1907“To the Australian youth Ned Kelly and his associates are more real heroes than the whole catalogue of mythical champions from Hector and Achilles to Robin Hood, whilst the same youth may not be unjustly suspected of entertaining a sneaking prejudice against the police and other minions of the powers that be. These points have not been overlooked in the preparation of a biograph version of the Kelly gang; the outlaws are the heroes, the police cut a rather poor figure.” – The Mercury (Tasmania), Monday, May 13, 1907On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News. „装备后你的属性和攻击值也会自动上升,游戏有着真实的3d画面视角,玩家们可以自由交易来交互武器,不会有很多氪金的地方还可以组队去完成主线任务,跟随剧情走向让你更深入了解这款游戏。

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ros apart nearly two centuries before the events of A Game of Thrones.”Rogues, meanwhile, includes Martin’s story “The Rogue Prince, or, a King’s Brother,” which chronicles “the early life, adventures, misdeeds, and marriages of Prince Daemon Targaryen,” considered “one of the biggest rogues in the entire history of Ice and Fire.”Finally, the novel Fire Blood, released in November 2018, is the first novel of a two-part history of the Targaryens in Westeros.“Centuries before the events of A Game of Thrones, House Targaryen — the only family of dragonlords to survive the Doom of Valyria — took up residence on Dragonstone,” according to the book’s description on the author’s site. “Fire Blood begins their tale with the legendary Aegon the Conqueror, creator of the Iron Throne, and goes on to recount the generations of Targaryens who fought to hold that iconic seat, all the way up to the civil war that nearly tore their dynasty apart.”Meet the Creators(Photo by Robyn Beck/AFP via Getty Images)Martin and Ryan Condal (Colony, Hercules) serve as co-creators of the series, while Emmy-winning director Miguel Sapochnik (Game of Thrones) and Condal will be showrunners and executive producers. Martin, Vince Gerardis, Sara Lee Hess, and Ron Schmidt are also executive producers. Sapochnik will direct the pilot and additional episodes of the series, which Condal will write.Sapochnik won the 2016 Primetime Emmy award for Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series for Game of Thrones episode Battle of the Bastards and shared the 2019 Outstanding Drama Series Emmy award with Martin, Gerardis, series creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, and other producers on the final season.Clare Kilner (The Alienist: Angel of Darkness) and Geeta V. Patel (The Witcher) will also direct the series. Greg Yaitanes (Banshee) will also direct and is also a co-executive producer.Martin introduced more series contributors in a blog post, noting Wes Tooke (Colony), Claire Kiechel (The OA), and Ti Mikkel, a writer s assistant for Martin s Fevre River Packet Company. Even Aegon the Dragon couldn’t conquer the Seven Kingdoms all by himself, Martin wrote. He needed the help of his sisters Rhaenys and Visenya. Ryan and I had some great assistance as well, and I wanted to give a tip of the crown to three talented and hard-working young writers who helped to bring this one home. Game of Thrones composer Ramin Djawadi will score House of the Dragon.Related: Interview with Game of Thrones Composer Ramin Djawadi(Photo by Theo Wargo/WireImage; HBO; Jim Spellman/WireImage; Chris Delmas/AFP via Getty Images)HBO describes Considine, Cooke, D Arcy, and Smith s roles as follows:Paddy Considine as King Viserys Targaryen. Viserys was chosen by the lords of Westeros to succeed the Old King, Jaehaerys Targaryen, at the Great Council at Harrenhal. A warm, kind, and decent man, Viserys only wishes to carry forward his grandfather’s legacy, but as we’ve learned from Game of Thrones, good men do not necessarily make for great kings.Olivia Cooke as Alicent Hightower. She’s the daughter of Otto Hightower, the Hand of the King, and the most comely woman in the Seven Kingdoms. She was raised in the Red Keep, close to the king and his innermost circle; she possesses both a courtly grace and a keen political acumen.(Photo by Ollie Upton/HBO)Emma D’Arcy as Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen. The king’s first-born child. She is of pure Valyrian blood, and she is a dragonrider. Many would say that Rhaenyra was born with everything…but she was not born a man.Matt Smith as Prince Daemon Targaryen. The younger brother of King Viserys and heir to the throne, Daemon is a peerless warrior and a dragonrider who possesses the true blood of the dragon. But it is said that whenever a Targaryen is born, the gods toss a coin in the air… (Photo by Jeff Spicer/Getty Images; Jonathan Hession / ©Netflix;Gregg DeGuire/WireImage; Netflix )In February 2021, HBO announced additional stars (pictured in order above):Rhys Ifans as Otto Hightower, the Hand of the King, who loyally and faithfully serves both his king and his realm. As the Hand sees it, the greatest threat to the realm is the king s brother, Daemon, and his position as heir to the throne.Eve Best as Princess Rhaenys Velaryon. A dragonrider and wife to Lord Corlys Velaryon, The Queen Who Never Was was passed over as heir to the throne at the Great Council because the realm favored her cousin, Viserys, simply for being male.Sonoya Mizuno as Mysaria. She came to Westeros with nothing, sold more times than she can recall, and could have wilted but instead she rose to become the most trusted — and most unlikely — ally of Prince Daemon Targaryen, the heir to the throne.(Photo by Ollie Upton/HBO)Steve Toussaint as Lord Corlys Velaryon aka “The Sea Snake.” The lord of House Velaryon, a Valyrian bloodline as old as House Targaryen, “The Sea Snake,” is the most famed nautical adventurer in the history of Westeros. He built his house into a powerful seat that is even richer than the Lannisters and that claims the largest navy in the world. More recent cast announcements:Fabien Frankel as Ser Criston Cole. Of Dornish descent, Ser Criston is the common-born son of the steward to the Lord of Blackhaven. He has no claim to land or titles; all he has to his name is his honor and his preternatural skill with a sword.Milly Alcock as Young Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen. She s the king’s first-born child, of pure Valyrian blood, and she is a dragonrider. Many would say that Rhaenyra was born with everything but she was not born a man.Emily Carey will play Young Alicent Hightower, the daughter of Otto Hightower, the Hand of the King, and the most comely woman in the Seven Kingdoms. Alicent was raised in the Red Keep, close to the king and his innermost circle; she possesses both a courtly grace and a keen political acumen.Ryan Corr as Ser Harwin ‘Breakbones’ Strong. Harwin is said to be the strongest man in the Seven Kingdoms. Ser Harwin is the eldest son to Master of Laws Lyonel Strong and heir to Harrenhal.Jefferson Hall as twins Lord Jason Lannister and Tyland Lannister. Jason is the Lord of Casterly Rock. Tyland Lannister is a crafty and calculating politician.David Horovitch as Grand Maester Mellos. He s a voice of reason and trusted advisor to King Viserys.Graham McTavish as Ser Harrold Westerling. Ser Harrold has served in the Kingsguard since the days of King Jaehaerys; he is a paragon of chivalry and honor.Matthew Needham as Larys Strong. The younger son of Master of Laws Lyonel Strong, he s brought to court by his father.Bill Paterson plays Lord Lyman Beesbury, the Lord of Honeyholt and Master of Coin on King Viserys s small council.Gavin Spokes is Lord Lyonel Strong. He s Master of Laws to King Viserys and Lord of Harrenhal.Read more about some of the possible characters based on the books (see spoiler alert first) below.Release DateA video teaser for HBO Max confirmed in December that House of the Dragon will be released in 2022. The teaser shows only a dragon roaring fire and a new glittering gold logo. But what a dragon!Dragons are coming.#HouseoftheDragon begins production in 2021. pic.twitter.com/Bxl763FVdY Game of Thrones (@GameOfThrones) December 3, 2020SPOILER ALERT: WHILE INFORMATION THAT FOLLOWS WILL BE FAMILIAR TO FANS OF THE SONG OF ICE AND FIRE NOVELS AND THEIR COMPANION MATERIALS, INCLUDING FIRE BLOOD, SOME OF IT MAY BE CONSIDERED SPOILERS TO ANYONE WHO HAS NOT READ THE BOOK SERIES.(Photo by Bantam)Click image to open the full Fire Blood illustration in a new tab.For those who’ve read the books, the following is a refresher on some of the names, places, and conflicts in the source material. We won t spoil some of the deaths with too much detail, but if you want that information, you can find more at A Wiki of Ice and Fire.When It Takes PlaceThe Targaryens landed on Dragonstone more than four centuries before the events of the original Game of Thrones series. The Dance of the Dragons was a war of succession fought from 129 to 131 AC — that is, after Aegon I s conquest of Westeros.What’s the Big Conflict?The Targaryen civil war was a conflict over primogeniture, the system of inheritance by a firstborn child; often, the first-born son. A lord’s first child will inherit the castle and lands of his or her father over an older sibling no matter what his or her aptitude for governance compared to a sibling’s abilities. The Targaryens generally followed primogeniture, though there were exceptions, as during the rule of King Jaehaerys I.When King Jaehaerys I s eldest son, Prince Aemon, died, he left a daughter, Rhaenys. King Jaehaerys I then chose his next eldest son, Prince Baelon, to be new Prince of Dragonstone and heir to the throne rather than bestowing the honor on his granddaughter, a move that even Queen Alysanne disapproved of. When Baelon died unexpectedly — as well as Queen Alysanne and one of their daughters — grief-stricken Jaehaerys convened the Great Council to vote on succession, and the council chose Baelon’s son Viserys instead of Rhaenys’ son Laenor.During his reign, Viserys had named Rhaenyra, his daughter by his first wife, as his heir, but upon Viserys’ death, his eldest son, Aegon, by his second wife instead ascended the throne, causing a great rift in the kingdom. By this time, Rhaenyra was also married to her uncle, the “rogue prince” Daemon Targaryen who had long sought the throne himself.Fire Blood recounts the battles between the siblings, their spouses, their offspring, their loyal followers, and, most viciously, the Targaryen dragons.Who Are the Characters?*confirmedKing Viserys I (103–129 AC)* – his death in early 129 began a great struggle of succession between his eldest child Rhaenyra and his first-born son, Aegon. Viserys’ dragon was especially notable: Balerion, the Black Dread, who King Aegon I Targaryen rode back during the Conquest of Westeros. Born in Valyria, Balerion was the last living dragon to have seen the Freehold, which the Targaryens left 12 years before the Doom. He was black-scaled with black wings and even black fire, which burned so hot that it melted the stone towers of Harrenhal (you saw the ruins in Game of Thrones when Arya Stark served as cupbearer to Tywin Lannister). Balerion died at around 200 years old in 94 AC, less than a year after Prince Viserys claimed him and while the prince was still very young; therefore, it is unlikely that House of the Dragon will show Balerion alive, unless the writers change the story or in flashback.Alicent Hightower* – Viserys I’s second wife whose followers who would see Aegon crowned and were called “the greens” after a green gown the queen wore during a great tourney in which Rhaenyra wore traditional Targaryen black and red.Daemon Targaryen* – Viserys I’s brother, Daemon was mad, bad, and dangerous to know — a skilled warrior and a denizen of disreputable Flea Bottom establishments. Rumored to have taken his teenage niece Rhaenyra’s virginity, he was sent into exile by Viserys. Years later, he would marry Rhaenyra, and upon the death of Viserys, he crowned his own wife, which touched off the bloody civil war known as the Dance of the Dragons. Dragon: lean, but fearsome red Caraxes, also called “the Blood Wyrm.”Rhaenyra* – Viserys I’s daughter and first-born child by Aemma Arryn, Viserys I s first wife who died in childbirth with her second child, a son, who also died. Rhaenyra was beautiful and beloved by her father and the people and was nicknamed “the Realm s Delight” when she was young. As she grew older, she grew headstrong and competed with her ambitious stepmother Alicent. Her followers were called “the blacks” because of the gown the princess wore on the king and queen’s fifth anniversary tournament. Dragon: young yellow-scaled Syrax.Ser Laenor Velaryon – Married his reluctant cousin Rhaenyra, who remarked to her father, “My half-brothers would be more to his taste.” Dragon: Seasmoke.Rhaenys Targaryen and Lord Corlys Velaryon* – Parents of Laenor Velaryon. She was known as The Queen Who Never Was, because she was passed over as heir to the throne in favor of her uncle. Corlys was known as The Sea Snake, because of his prowess at sea.Harwin Strong (aka Breakbones )* – son of Lord Lyonel Strong and heir to Harrenhal, he was Rhaenyra’s lover while she was married to Laenor.Ser Criston Cole* A member of the Kingsguard, he became embroiled in the Targaryen civil war by switching allegiances from Rhaenyra, for whom he was once sworn shield (and perhaps loved), to Queen Alicent Hightower and her offspring.Princes Jacaerys “Jace,” Lucerys “Luke,” and Joffrey “Joff” Velaryon – Rhaenyra and Laenor’s children, though rumored to have been fathered by Strong because they had dark hair like Strong, while cousins Laenor and Rhaenyra both had the Targaryen light silver/gold hair. The boys dragons were, respectively: Vermax, Arrax, and Tyraxes.King Aegon II (129–131 AC) – Viserys I’s eldest son by Alicent, married his sister. Dragon: Sunfyre, the Golden. Helaena – Aegon II’s sister-wife, had three children with Aegon. Dragon: Dreamfyre.Twins Jaehaera and Jaehaerys and their younger brother Maelor – the offspring of Aegon II and Helaena.Blood and Cheese – hired killers who murdered Jaehaerys in front of his mother, sparking her descent into madness.Mysaria* – a prostitute who served as Daemon’s mistress of whisperers in Flea Bottom. The prince impregnated her, but she lost the child during a voyage to Lys to escape Viserys I’s anger over Daemon’s attempts to give the child a dragon egg, per Targaryen custom.Aegon III (131–157 AC) – the son of Daemon and Rhaenyra Targaryen, he ruled after his uncle Aegon II, and at a very young age, married his cousin Jaehaera, who died young. His rule marked the end of the Dance of Dragons. He had five children by his second wife, Daenaera Velaryon. As a child, he grew melancholy after escaping a naval attack by mounting his dragon, but leaving his brother Viserys behind and believing that he had died. The brothers reunited later in life. Dragon: Stormcloud.Mushroom – a fool in the courts of Viserys I Targaryen, Aegon II Targaryen, Rhaenyra Targaryen, and Aegon III Targaryen. His accounts of his days at court teemed with tales of debauchery and scandal.Dragonseeds – Nettles, Hugh the Hammer, and Ulf the White were purportedly bastard Targaryen offspring. They each claimed dragons and fought for Rhaenyra, though Hugh and Ulf later switched allegiance.Prince Qoren Martell – Dornish ruler who supported the Triarchy (an alliance of the Free Cities of Myr, Lys, and Tyrosh) in a war for the Stepstones against Prince Daemon Targaryen and Lord Corlys Velaryon.Locations We re Likely to SeeMuch of the drama takes place in King s Landing and Dragonstone, but the fighting and bloodshed primarily happens in the Riverlands (led by House Tully at Riverrun). Many of the bloodiest battles occur around Harrenhal and The God s Eye.King s Landing the capital of WesterosDragonstone House Targaryen s family homeDriftmark House Velaryon s family homeDorne The southernmost kingdom in Westeros, it was not under Targaryen rule during the Dance of the Dragons.Oldtown kept safe the Targaryen riches during the Dance of the DragonsLys one of the Free Cities of Essos; known for its brothelsThe Stepstones the broken land bridge between Dorne and EssosHarrenhal the massive fortress above Gods Eye melted by Balerion the Dread.

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