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华体会登录采用百度引擎2(Baidu 2)游戏就像一个微型社会,里面有形形色色的玩家,龙腾传世新版手游手游也不例外。有的玩家一掷千金,只为一把绝世无双的诛仙神剑;有的玩家出手阔绰,升级翅膀全靠一时兴起;有的玩家坚韧不拔,一步一个脚印向沙城霸主进发。如果分别给他们贴一个标签的话,可以简单地标记为:大R玩家,小R玩家和平民玩家。

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Just when you thought the Marvel Cinematic Universe was over or at least Phase 3, anyway here comes your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man with another solid MCU installment. Spider-Man: Far From Home screened for critics this week, and those who saw it have taken to social media with mostly gushes of praise for how it continues the franchise, particularly following the events of Avengers: Endgame. Some are even calling this the best Spidey movie yet.Here’s what critics are saying about Spider-Man: Far From Home:Has Marvel done it again?Spider-Man: Far From Home is wonderful. It’s funny and clever and filled with smart twists. Kate Erbland, IndieWireSpider-Man: Far From Home is jaw dropping. Sean O Connell, CinemaBlendSpider-Man: Far From Home is an absolute home run. It’s SO much fun. Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comAbsolutely loved Spider-Man: Far From Home. Captures the spirit of the comics and mixes in some amazing movie magic. Steve Weintraub, ColliderSpider-Man: Far From Home is an extremely fun, cleverly executed, and frequently hilarious culmination of the MCU’s wall-crawler’s journey so far. Jim Vejvoda, IGN MoviesWhat a fun, solid sequel. Kara Warner, PeopleHow does it compare to Spider-Man: Homecoming?Far superior to its predecessor and really delightful, with a terrific theme of trust well-threaded throughout.  Rodrigo Perez, The PlaylistI liked it a tad more than Spider-Man: Homecoming, which I loved.  Jim Vejvoda, IGN MoviesI liked it a smidge more than Homecoming.  Terri Schwartz, IGN MoviesIf you loved the teen-centric stuff in Homecoming, there s more where that came from.  Ben Pearson, SlashfilmDidn’t LOVE Spider-Man: Far From Home as much as Homecoming, but it’s still a rad take on bearing the weight of great expectations and a fun ode to teen romance.  Brian Truitt, USA TodaySpider-Man: Far From Home isn’t quite as wonderful as Homecoming, but it s a really strong, endearing sequel that delivers some excellent moments in its second half in particular.  Eric Goldman, IGN Movies(Photo by Sony Pictures)How does it rank against other Spider-Man movies?The best Spider-Man movie yet… Honestly, Spider-Man: Far From Home feels like the Spider-Man movie I ve waited all my life for. Josh Wilding, We Got This CoveredI haven’t decided if Far From Home is better than Spider-Verse yet, but it’s certainly the best live-action outing. Sean Keane, CNETSpider-Man: Far From Home had the difficult task of following two epic Avengers movies AND Spider-Verse and succeeds by telling a smaller, classical story about Peter Parker caught between what he wants and what responsibility demands. Pure cat(spider)nip for Spidey fans like me. Matt Singer, ScreenCrushWhat sets it apart from the previous ones?The BEST Spidey action ever. Most SHOCKING ending in a Spider-Man movie ever. Fans will flip out!  Sean O Connell, CinemaBlendBoth Sam Raimi and Marc Webb s movies did a lot of great stuff with the character but it s Jon Watts who has made him amazing AND spectacular. Josh Wilding, We Got This CoveredThe cast are better than Raimi’s. But the Raimi movies are pretty focused, and this is more sprawling with a bigger scope, so it’s a tough comparison. Ben Pearson, Slashfilm(Photo by Sony Pictures)Is it a worthy follow-up to Avengers: Endgame?Far From Home does a terrific job of balancing Avengers: Endgame fallout with a seriously fun and inventive Spidey adventure. Digital SpyThe movie is very clever (and funny) how it handles the fallout post Endgame in explaining how this world works now. Mike Ryan, UproxxThe coda we needed after Endgame, a glimpse of how the world looks now that the dust has settled. Angie Han, MashableIt’s pretty much the perfect Avengers: Endgame epilogue — reminding us that the MCU goes on in a joyous, emotionally fulfilling ride. Sean Keane, CNETThe way it builds off Endgame to to dive deeper into Peter’s emotions is really what make it soar. Germain Lussier, io9Far From Home is a great afterword for Endgame, closing out Marvel Phase 3 with a bang while also setting up new challenges and exciting stuff ahead. Jim Vejvoda, IGN MoviesAre there any surprises?Spider-Man: Far From Home had three legit ‘holy sh*t’ shocking moments. Mike Ryan, UproxxIt’s huge in itself and for the future of the MCU in the most surprising ways. Brandon Davis, ComicBook.com(Photo by Sony Pictures)How is the movie s treatment of Mysterio?I’m a huge Mysterio fan and Gyllenhaal nails him… Obviously, with Mysterio involved, there are some pretty bizarre scenes. Honestly I always kind of assumed a Mysterio movie wasn’t really possible, but Jon Watts and company pulled it off. Mike Ryan, UproxxJake Gyllenhaal is fantastic as Mysterio.  Steve Weintraub, ColliderJake G’s an inspired choice for Mysterio.  Brian Truitt, USA TodayJake G = perfect casting.  Angie Han, MashableMajor kudos in particular to Jake Gyllenhaal for his super engaging performance as complex character Mysterio.  Sean Keane, CNETJake Gyllenhaal gets way more to do than expected, clearly had a ball doing it.  Kara Warner, PeopleJake Gyllenhaal is one of the MCU’s most entertaining characters ever. He’s so unpredictable and fun and brings A LOT to Spider-Man: Far From Home. The chemistry between Gyllenhaal and Tom Holland is top of the line.  Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comHow is the rest of the cast?Tom Holland pours his heart and soul into his best work as Peter/Spidey yet, with a more involving story and conflicts this time out. Don Kaye, Den of GeekTom Holland continues to be a perfect Spider-Man, and his chemistry with Zendaya is adorable. Digital SpyTom Holland continues to be amazing, Zendaya’s MJ is just as cool as Shuri. Brian Truitt, USA TodayZendaya brings depth in her massively expanded role as MJ. Sean Keane, CNET(Photo by Sony Pictures)Are there any problems?Some of the comedy falls flat, but this film has A LOT going on – ultimately beneficial because it mostly distracts from stuff that doesn t land quite as well. Ben Pearson, SlashfilmCould maybe have gone a bit harder on Peter s emotional arc. Angie Han, MashableShould we stay until the end?Do NOT miss the mid-credits scene because it s the biggest and best effort from Marvel Studios yet. Literally mind-blowing avoid spoilers at all costs! Josh Wilding, We Got This CoveredI can’t stress this enough: stay all the way through the credits for Spider-Man: Far From Home!!! There’s a couple of brilliant sequences waiting for you! Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comTwo of the best end credits scenes ever. Kevin McCarthy, WTTG-TVWill we want to see it again?The second the film ended I wanted to watch it again. Steve Weintraub, ColliderI don’t think I’ve been this excited to re-watch a film since Jordan Peele’s Get Out and Us. Watts masterfully layers incredible action, storytelling and character development into a film that will be a whole new experience on the second watch. Kevin McCarthy, WTTG-TVI love that Spider-Man: Far From Home is all sleight-of-hand. It begs to be seen multiple times. Jason Guerrasio, Business InsiderI can’t wait to see it again. Germain Lussier, io9I cannot wait to see this movie again. And again. Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comSpider-Man: Far from Home opens everywhere on July 2. 首先,从画质方面来说,《天谕》手游延续了网易以往的精美画质,人物建模很逼真,各个游戏场景的组建也很有特色,时装外观方面也有自己的风格,整体来说《天谕》手游在画质上确实能吊打同类型mmorpg手游,作为一款东方幻想题材的rpg手游,画质方面《天谕》手游完全符合绝大多数玩家的审美。
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4.90.1 0月喜迎Mark your calendars for stardate 11020.23 (we think) — that is, January 23, 2020 — when the highly anticipated Star Trek: Picard finally launches, the cast and creators announced at New York Comic-Con on Saturday.The CBS All Access spin-off stars Patrick Stewart as the legendary Jean-Luc Picard and will include numerous familiar faces from Star Trek: The Next Generation, which first introduced the titular character. Data (Brent Spiner), William Riker (Jonathan Frakes), Deanna Troi (Marina Sirtis), Seven of Nine (Jeri Ryan), and Hugh (Jonathan Del Arco) all make their return in the new series.Revisiting Picard 20 years later felt like less of a job and more of a gift, executive producer Akiva Goldsman said at the top of the October 5 Star Trek Universe panel at Madison Square Garden’s Hulu Theater.“I think we’ve done pretty well,” Goldsman said of living up to The Next Generation’s formidable standard. “You’re surrounded by a lot of people who love Star Trek and a lot of people who love Captain Picard — and who actually love Patrick Stewart — so it very quickly went from ‘job’ to ‘opportunity.’ We’re pretty blessed, and I don’t throw that word around.”To learn all the details from the event, including what’s in store for some of the franchise’s new faces, read on for everything we know about  Star Trek: Picard.It’s an All-New Adventure With the Captain We Love(Photo by Matt Kennedy/CBS)The new journey with Picard and co. takes place after the events of the feature film Nemesis in 2002 (the death of Data, for one) and the eventual defeat of the Romulans (as established in the Picard-less 2009 feature). Picard has disassociated himself from Star Fleet and is spending his old age in retirement and isolation at Château Picard, where he’s joined by a trusted pitbull companion, Number One (a knowing nod to his longtime second-in-command Riker, of course).“We wanted it to be a real-time follow-up to where last we saw Picard,” Goldsman explained of the jump in time. “We wanted to let the ensuing years that have passed for us also [to] have passed for Jean-Luc, so we all spent a lot of time collaboratively filling in those 20 years.”And while there is development in the Picard scripts and its narrative architecture of what has happened to the former captain in the ensuing years, the story here picks up with the unexpected arrival of Dahj (Isa Briones), a young woman who turns to Picard for help following an enormous trauma, in turn reigniting Picard s desire to return to the Starfleet.Sir Patrick Needed Some Wooing to Return to the Role(Photo by Trae Patton/CBS)While Picard is one of Stewart’s best-known and most-beloved roles over the course of his expansive career, it’s also one that the 79-year-old thespian had vowed to never return to again. So how did executive producer Alex Kurtzman and his team of Star Trek diehards persuade him? Through an admiring patience and persistence.“He was sure about saying no. He was positively negative about the whole thing,” Kurtzman teased of the first pitch meeting between himself, Stewart, Goldsman, and supervising producer Kirsten Beyer. “We pitched and he said, ‘It’s lovely — and no thank you.’ He said, ‘I couldn’t possibly, but I really appreciate it.’”The idea initially came together as Kurtzman was mapping out his new string of his short film series, Short Treks, and posited the idea of a Picard-focused outing.“Akiva and Kirsten and I were sort of thinking about what that would be, and then we went, ‘A Short Trek would be great, but what if we could bring him back?’ ” Kurtzman recalled. “So I called his agent and I said, ‘I know he’s probably never coming back, but would you do us the favor of trying to set up a meeting?’”And while Stewart’s initial response was a decisive no, he soon reconsidered, asking for a four-page mock-up of the plan for the 10-episode order. What writer, executive producer, and Star Trek superfan Michael Chabon ended up turning in, as Stewart remembers it, was a bit longer.“I seem to remember 35 [pages],” Stewart said, laughing about the attempt by the Pulitzer Prize–winning novelist (for The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay) to woo him.“It was an incredible document,” Kurtzman agreed. “And I can tell you that one of the greatest moments that we had was coming to see you [Stewart] after you had read the document not knowing what the response was going to be, and you walked into the room and you were smiling. That was the moment.”Picard Isn’t All About Being a TNG Reunion, Though(Photo by Trae Patton/CBS)While the response in the room to seeing the likes of Data and Riker pop up in the NYCC trailer for Picard was rapturous, to say the least, the creators on stage did emphasize that they didn’t want it to be just a shallow reunion show. When asked about how they negotiated bringing back fan-favorite franchise vets and serving the heart of the story, executive producer Heather Kadin explained that no one was brought back thoughtlessly or without the bigger picture in mind.“A big concern was we did not want it to be — and especially Patrick did not want it to be — a TNG reunion show,” she said. “And I think what you can even tell from the trailer and what you’ll definitely tell when you watch the series is we only brought people back if their story really mattered to the story we were telling. We didn’t want it to be, ‘And then over here is Riker!’ You know? I don’t think the fans would’ve appreciated that, either, and it was really important to Patrick, who obviously has longstanding, deep relationships with these people, that if we’re going to go to them and say, ‘Join a show that’s called Picard,’ that we give them something significant to do. You’ll see that each one of them has a pivotal, emotional story to tell in our 10 episodes.”New Heroes Will Run A-Plenty — Though What’s in Store Is Still Under Wraps(Photo by Trae Patton/CBS)Joining the Picard creatives and Stewart on the NYCC stage were series newcomers Briones, Santiago Cabrera (Cristobal “Chris” Rios), Michelle Hurd (Raffi Musiker), Alison Pill (Dr. Agnes Jurati), Harry Treadaway ( Narek), and Evan Evagora (Elnor). While the actors are contractually obligated to remain tight-lipped, we did learn some necessary backstory for what to expect going into the January premiere.When Dahj comes in search for Picard’s help, that help quickly becomes a two-way street, Briones said.“When Dahj and Picard first meet, it’s this really special moment of two lost souls colliding in a way in this crazy circumstance that is born out of tragedy. [It’s] two people helping each other. It starts with me asking for help, but I think we help each other, which is a really, really beautiful moment to have with Sir Patrick Stewart,” Briones said.Though she couldn t reveal too much, she said “‘complicated’ is a good word” to describe the predicament Dahj finds herself in.“I am seeking help from him because of a horrible tragedy that I have just gone through, and my gut is telling me to go to Picard, and that in itself is so complicated, just the feeling of me needing someone and going to this man saying, ‘I need help,’” Briones said.Kadin added that much like Tilly on Star Trek: Discovery, Dahj will be a point of entry for non-Star Trek fans to jump into the world of Picard.“In the way Tilly has been a representation of someone new to the world on Discovery, I think you’ll find that Isa’s character gives you that way into this show,” she said. “But I also think that Patrick has so many fans from so many things that I think that he’s going to bring that to this show, and I think people are going to be able to be welcomed into it without a problem.”As far as the other characters, “complicated” remained the word of the hour, whether it was used to describe the shared history of Raffi and Picard (per Hurd: “We have a past. We’ve worked together, and we had a falling out.”); of Rios’s return to Starfleet after he left “due to some traumatic events in his past in relation to Starfleet,” according to Cabrera; or of the introduction of “odd couple” Romulans Narek and Elnor, who are navigating a world in which they are no longer welcome.Pill’s Dr. Jurati comes into the mix after being swept up in Picard’s once-in-a-lifetime (and still-unnamed) intergalactic adventure.“Picard’s mission ends up being exactly what she’s spent her entire life reading about, so they have the same goal in mind, and the possibility of it invites this woman to want to go on an adventure unlike anything she’s ever [been] on,” Pill teased.Stewart later emphasized that it’s the series’ ongoing ensemble work that remains his top priority while being top of the call sheet.“I looked on every aspect of The Next Generation as being ensemble-based, and in fact, that has been very much an indicator of where I was in my career — that the ensembles that I’d worked with, whether they were in theater or film or television, have always been to me like another character,” he said. “And so when we first met and talked in those early discussions, it was, my use of that word, the ensemble, the uniting of a group, because here we sit, I can only speak personally, but in love with all of these people on my left, and of course the people on the right. And that’s where the ensemble element comes from, and it’s very important.”There’s a New (Adorable) Number One, and He Has a Personal Significance to Stewart(Photo by Matt Kennedy/CBS)For those who watched the trailer, we’re introduced to Picard’s pet pitbull, named Number One. While the dog has been featured prominently in promotion of the CBS All Access series, little is known thus far of what role, exactly, the pup will be playing. But it wasn’t lost on the NYCC audience that Stewart has a real-world connection to pitbulls, working tirelessly in nonprofit initiatives and fostering and adopting the oft-misunderstood breed himself.With that in mind, Stewart revealed that when it became clear that Kurtzman was going to include a dog for Picard in this 10-episode journey, he pushed for it to be a pitbull to further destigmatize the breed onscreen.“Once the dog issue had been agreed upon, I did campaign proliferously for it to be a pitbull,” he said, noting the prominence of the now-famous dog from Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. “But what I didn’t know at the time was that Brad Pitt had gotten in there ahead of me, and there’s another pitbull now that’s become very famous in the last few weeks.”Kurtzman Wants Picard to Continue Star Trek’s Social Legacy(Photo by Trae Patton/CBS)The turn of phrase that Kurtzman likes best when discussing his slate of new Star Trek iterations is that he wants it to be reflective of the social and political state of today’s world.“Star Trek is a mirror that holds itself up to society,” Kurtzman said. And specifically pointing out the ways in which Star Trek: Picard will deal with its treatment of the defeated and refuge-seeking Romulans, he said that the series dives right into the muck of it. “We’re in a massive immigration metaphor right now in the middle of a massive immigration conversation, and we are very proud, I think, to say that we are diving head-first into that and to using Trek as a way of exploring it from all points of view.”Star Trek: Picard premieres January 23, 2020, on CBS All AccessLike this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
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Dorothy (Lauren Ambrose) and Sean Turner (Toby Kebbell) welcome Aunt Josephine (Barbara Sukowa) for a visit in this exclusive look at the season 2 finale of M. Night Shyamalan’s Servant. Dorothy has been through so much trying to retrieve Jericho, Josephine observes: “No person is meant to bear so much weight.”Servant season 2, episode 10 Josephine streams on Friday, March 19 on Apple TV+.

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Netflix s Ozark, created by Bill Dubuque and Mark Williams and showrun by Chris Mundy, follows the downward spiral of a seemingly innocent Chicago accountant, Marty Byrde (Jason Bateman). When his secret money-laundering deal with a Mexican cartel goes south, he decides to move his family to central Missouri to protect himself and the lives of his wife, Wendy (Laura Linney), and kids Charlotte (Sofia Hublitz) and Jonah (Skylar Gaertner).Over the course of the show s first two seasons, Marty s various criminal dealings resulted in overly bloody consequences; in fact, the amount of bone-chilling violence featured here, along with the strong performances delivered from each member of the cast, resulted in a bleak, yet action-packed series that surpassed genre expectations.It s no surprise that, upon its initial premiere, Ozark drew heavy comparisons to AMC s Breaking Bad. Each shows a family unit on the verge of collapse as its patriarch — whether it s Bryan Cranston s Walter White or Bateman s Marty Byrde — dabbles, to varying degrees, in the criminal underworld. Add in a cartel menace, snooping law enforcement entities, and the inevitable collateral damage each family faces, it s easy to see the similarities here. But as the story evolved in its second season, Ozark completely broke free from the Breaking Bad mold, as the Byrdes became complicit in Marty s crimes. His deal-with-the-devil became the family business, causing the overall brokenness of their fragile union to grow exponentially.(Photo by Guy D'Alema/Netflix)In the wake of Wendy s infidelity and the constant tension of who may be trying to kill them next, Marty tapped his significant other for help in a move to find solidarity and support. But things have a habit of not going his way, and as Wendy s taste for breaking the law grew, Marty was faced with one more challenge for him to deal with, or try to avoid at all costs in his crime boss–in–training wife.Season 1 didn t exactly dazzle critics, scoring a decent, but not stellar, 70% on the Tomatometer with 69 reviews. The second installment of the Netflix series performed a bit better and is now Certified Fresh at 76% on 45 reviews.Now, with new episodes dropping on Netflix, the question lingers: Is Ozark able to breathe new life into this bleak family drama or is the jig finally up for this bloody money-laundering tale?Here s what critics have to say about season 3 of Ozark.Marty and Wendy s Marital (and Criminal) Conflict Carries the Season(Photo by Steve Deitl/Netflix)Though the Byrde’s situation remains tenuous in some ways, they’re in a better position than ever before in others, the problem being that Marty and Wendy simply don’t see eye to eye on what’s best for their business and their family. As such, the series opens the door for the long-building conflict between the couple to finally come to a head. And the results are some of the best and most tense episodes of the series to date. — Kevin Yeoman, ScreenRantWendy seems hellbent on roaming the same criminal grounds Marty is now too afraid to retread while avoiding (or repeating) his mistakes. She wants to expand the family business. She wants to increase their profile, despite its obvious fallbacks (like attracting the FBI). And when her husband refuses to continue laundering money for the cartel and their other interests, Wendy picks up the pace of her campaign against him. — Andrew Husband, Den Of GeekEvil Laura Linney Is the Best Laura LinneyWendy in particular realizes her penchant for illicit and illegal activities this season, taking the lead of operations against Marty’s wishes, allowing Laura Linney countless moments to dominant a scene, proving exactly why she deserved her Emmy win. — Katie Awad, HypableIn some ways, this run of episodes is all about Wendy, whose new, flinty resolve scared her husband at the end of season two—and who is now putting that mettle to the ultimate stress test. The results are fascinatingly shaded; Wendy realizes she’s in perilously deep, while also digging in further. She’s horrified by the erosion of her ethics, while quietly thrilled by what’s possible once those bonds have been shaken off. This is the most that Linney has been allowed to tear into her character, and it’s thrilling to watch. — Richard Lawson, Vanity FairRuth Langmore Is the Unexpected Heart of the ShowJulia Garner, who won a supporting actress Emmy last year, is the saving grace of this season as Marty’s right hand and most senior employee, Ruth Langmore. Through brashness and bravery, her loyalty to Marty affords her increasing responsibility. Soon she’s running the casino and closer to the apex of danger. Through the loss of her father, uncles and cousins, we get to see Ruth’s vulnerable side. She softens in the face of a potential love interest, and toward Marty, who fills a fatherly void. It’s predictable character arc yet it doesn’t disappoint because it’s the season’s most finely drawn development. — Rachna Raj Kaur, Now TorontoFresh off her Emmy win for Best Supporting Actress last year, Garner remains a standout in this series. Ruth’s foul-mouthed spitfire attitude is still an absolute delight, but Garner continues to flesh out this character with complexity and a moving vulnerability that makes her one of the most interesting characters on the show. — Adam Chitwood, ColliderAfter a fine first season and a so-so second, this show is full of fresh energy. The best character is the casino manager (Emmy-winning Julia Garner), a spitfire you’ll want to meet. — Tim Appelo, AARPSeason 3 Is an Improvement, but Ozark Isn t Taking Any Narrative Chances(Photo by Steve Dietl/Netflix) Ozark lacks that brilliance that only few achieve, but it continues to do more with each season, and always manages to solve with efficiency all the mishaps in which it puts its characters. — Mikel Zorrilla, EspinofEven with a lot of the right pieces in place, “Ozark” remains short-sighted in how it manufactures drama, relying far too often on quick positional pivots and bad decisions to generate immediate conflict, rather than building long-term arcs with more satisfying payoffs. — Ben Travers, IndieWireOzark season 3 premieres on Friday, March 27 on Netflix.
In 2019, Rotten Tomatoes turns 21, and to mark the occasion we’re celebrating with a series of features that look back at the brightest moments on screen of the past two decades – and one year – and the things that have us excited for the future.The Marvel Cinematic Universe has redefined the way viewers approach big budget, tentpole releases. Smartly adapting a philosophy which worked well in the comics, it created a living, breathing world for its inhabitants to populate, meet up, and fight common enemies in. It also created an unprecedented sense of momentum by constantly teasing the Next Big Thing – a tactic also borrowed from Marvel Comics’ event storylines crossing into various titles like X-Men and Thor. While the MCU may have only existed for roughly half of Rotten Tomatoes lifespan, it has created its fare share of memorable moments across 21 films – soon to be 22 with this week’s release of Avengers: Endgame. With that in mind, we present the 21 MCU moments we can never forget.Of course, narrowing down the list to just 21 was a challenge – there have been, after all, 21 films in the MCU so far, most of which are filled with dozens of memorable moments. We tried to choose those that were not just memorable, but which also showed how the MCU was working differently than other franchises – surprise twists and scenes that pushed the universe in different directions – and we tried to share the love among the different titles. Sacrifices had to be made: How could we not include Thor s extraordinary arrival in Wakanda? Or Okoye s wig-snatching excellence? Or Gamora s heartbreaking moment in Infinity War? That s what the comments section is for: so have at us down there, and let us know what moments you think should have made the list.Spoiler Warning: Key plot details about nearly every MCU movie follow. So, if you don t wanna know what happened, don t read on. 21. Peter Discovers Liz’s Father Is The Vulture in Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) 92%In a film brimming with great moments for both Spider-Man and Peter Parker (both Tom Holland), the moment Peter arrives for his date with Liz (Laura Harrier) only to discover The Vulture (Michael Keaton) is her father is probably our favorite. It is the most unexpected revelation in the film and gives it a whole new energy as Peter and Spidey’s storylines collide, leaving the viewers with a sense anything could happen from that point forward.20. Agent Coulson Takes One For The Team in Marvel's the Avengers (2012) 91%(Photo by Zade Rosenthal/©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection)The impact of this moment may be dulled now that Coulson (Clark Gregg) has been leading S.H.I.E.L.D. on television for the last five years, but it was the most heart-wrenching reversal in the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s first team-up movie. Without his sacrifice, the Avengers never would’ve got their act together. So though he ultimately survived, the films still honor his encounter with Loki by keeping his second life secret from the team.19. Carol Takes Full Possession Of Her Powers in Captain Marvel (2019) 79%(Photo by @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)In a film that reverses the traditional superhero origin arc, Carol (Brie Larson) discovers the power was within her all along. Casting off the limiter tech the Kree told her was the source of her abilities, she literately ignites with power. For anyone who grew up told their innate skills were personality flaws, the moment resonates and sets Carol apart as one of the mightiest – if not the mightiest – Avenger.18. Captain America Fights Hydra Agents In An Elevator Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014) 90%(Photo by ©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection)Marvel knew they had a winner in this scene, and it featured heavily in the trailers. While the fight is one of the most accomplished in any of the Marvel movies, it continues to resonate because Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) gave the Hydra agents a choice. For all the impressive battle choreography we ve seen, the scene is still about Steve’s inherent sense of goodness and fair play. Well, and that he can survive a multi-story fall.17. “I’m Mary Poppins, Y’all!”: Yondu Becomes A Guardian in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017) 85%(Photo by @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Yondu (Michael Rooker) was always a charismatic character, but he wasn’t really a Guardian until this ultimate quip toward the end of Vol. 2. Utilizing some of that powerful Disney corporate synergy, it also marks the moment the character chose a side and fully committed to defending Peter Quill (Chris Pratt). Combined with his presence in the big Guardian group shot a few moments later and some thoughtful words with Peter, it makes his death all the more bittersweet.16. Valkyrie Swaggers – And Staggers – Into Fans’ Hearts in Thor: Ragnarok (2017) 93%(Photo by @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, @ Marvel)Few people get to make an entrance like Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson). Long separated from her Asgardian sisters following their climatic battle with Hela (Cate Blanchett), she finds herself part of Sakaar’s strange society. And she survives with an unusual swagger which set plenty of fans’ hearts aflutter. When she steps off of her ship, tipsy and fierce at once, she s approachable, flawed, strong, and freakin awesome. No wonder she s joining the Endgame.15. Baby Groot Dances in Guardians of the Galaxy (2014) 92%(Photo by @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, @ Marvel)While the first Guardians was filled with unexpectedly endearing moments, none were more unexpected than Baby Groot jamming to The Jackson 5’s “I Want You Back.” In fact, it was so unexpected, Disney failed to produce a line of Baby Groot merchandise timed with the film s premiere, leaving resourceful fans and Etsy shops to initially fill the gap. It is a testament to the sort of magic Marvel and its creative partners can pull off and the best emblem of the way Guardians resonated with viewers.14. Doctor Strange Outsmarts Dormammu in Doctor Strange (2016) 89%(Photo by @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, @ Marvel)If there is one long-standing criticism of Marvel movies, it is their habit of pitting the heroes against dark mirror versions of themselves – particularly in their origin movies. Doctor Strange confronted this critique by having Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) lock his ultimate adversary – the trans-dimensional death cloud Dormammu – in a time loop and bargaining with the entity to spare the Earth. That clever and innovative resolution is one we never stop citing as an MCU highlight.13. T’Challa Fails Killmonger’s Challenge At The Waterfall in Black Panther (2018) 96%(Photo by Matt Kennedy /© Marvel / © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Black Panther is something of a romp in its first half. Like other Marvel films, it is filled with quips, good-natured ribbing, and a really fun car chase. But then comes this moment when everything turns. Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan) trounces T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) and asks the crowd watching on, “Is this your king?” It is both an indictment of our enjoyment of the king’s superhero antics and of his rule, taking the film in a new direction.12. Luis Tells A Story in Ant-Man (2015) 83%(Photo by @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, @ Marvel)Luis (Michael Peña) is a neo-cubist kind of guy. It is that sort of detail which makes Luis’s tendency to tell long-winded stories a delight. Between Peña’s ability to deliver the dialogue and actors like Anthony Mackie and Stan Lee learning to copy his cadence in expertly shot quick-cut flashbacks accompanying his stories, it is no wonder fans would like to see him recap the entire MCU from Iron Man to Infinity War.11. Hulk Smash in Marvel's the Avengers (2012) 91% and Thor: Ragnarok (2017) 93%(Photo by @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, @ Marvel)Pick your moment: The Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) punching Thor after they defeat the Chitauri ship. The Hulk turning Loki into a rag doll as he smacks him into the Stark Tower floor. The Hulk fighting Fenris on, over, and below the remains of the Bifrost. Even Loki’s panic when he realizes Sakaar’s champion is the Hulk. Sure, they are all punchlines – literally in some cases – but they all honor the character’s immense strength in ways no movie devoted to the Hulk by himself ever quite accomplished.10. Stan Lee Revealed As A Watcher in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017) 85%(Photo by Gabriel Olsen/Getty Images)While all of the late Stan Lee’s cameos are memorable, we chose to single out this goofball Vol. 2 moment because it gives all of his scenes a context. Lee’s appearances – like the Hugh Hefner analogue in Iron Man, the postal worker looking for “Tony Stank” in Captain America: Civil War, and the school bus driver in Avengers: Infinity War – are all manifestations of a Watcher – cosmic entities who literally watch events unfold across the universe without interfering. It gives each jokey walk-on an added meaning and heartwarming meaning.9. Okoye, Scarlet Witch, and Black Widow Team Up in Avengers: Infinity War (2018) 85%(Photo by @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, @ Marvel)In terms of iconic and surprising team-ups, we often think of key male combos like Thor and Rocket, but Infinity War features a killer battle between Proxima Midnight (Carrie Coon) and the combined might of Okoye (Danai Gurira), Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen), and Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson). All fight fiercely, but it s Nat’s declaration “she’s not alone” when Proxima first threatens Wanda that keeps this epic Wakanda battle in our minds.8. The Berlin Airport Battle in Captain America: Civil War (2016) 90%(Photo by @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, @ Marvel)A good Marvel team-up generally sees the heroes fight among themselves before joining forces against a common foe. And in the larger MCU Infinity Saga, this is that moment. Filled with amazing action, great jokes, and Peter Parker’s debut as the MCU Spider-Man, it is the most memorable Marvel fight yet committed to screen. Sure, it brings the movie to a halt, but it is worth it just to see Peter inadvertently age-shame the rest of the Avengers.7. Thanos Smiles in Marvel's the Avengers (2012) 91%(Photo by @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, @ Marvel)Few mid-credit stingers have a lasting impact like Thanos’s (Josh Brolin) first MCU appearance. Initially there to “court Death,” his smile was the first indication that Marvel Studios would seriously attempt a long-term event storyline. It was such an unusual idea, many expected him to be the villain in the second Avengers movie. But his smile also created a sense of momentum which ultimately made Infinity War the most anticipated of Avengers stories. (Until Endgame, of course.) Note: The above image shows Thanos in Guardians, not The Avengers.6. “I Could Do This All Day” in Captain America: The First Avenger (2011) 80% and Captain America: Civil War (2016) 90%(Photo by @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, @ Marvel)The MCU heroes are not big on catchphrases, but if Steve has one, it is “I could do this all day.” As seen in The First Avenger, it is his response to a bully who would like nothing more than to see the 98-pound Steve yield in a New York alley. It is also his response to the Red Skull s (Hugo Weaving) taunting some time later, proving Steve will never bend to a bully. Sadly, the line took on a new meaning in Civil War, when he used it against friend Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.), who was now, in his eyes, the bully.5. “Bury Me In The Ocean”: Killmonger’s Final Request in Black Panther (2018) 96%Joel MearesBlack Panther eventually turns Killmonger into a dark mirror version of T’Challa – which, as we’ve mentioned, is a well-worn MCU trope – but it does it in the service of something so powerful, raw, and genuinely startling for any film that it deserves special recognition. A defeated Killmonger refuses aid, but makes one request: “Bury me in the ocean with my ancestors that jumped from the ships, because they knew death was better than bondage.” That statement, and the history bursting from it, leaves all who hear it shaken to their core.4. “Mr. Stark, I Don’t Feel So Good : Peter Parker Turns To Dust in Avengers: Infinity War (2018) 85%(Photo by © Marvel / © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Every loss in Infinity War hits people differently, but none captured the collective feels of fans quite like Peter’s final moment with Tony. It all begins with that line just above, and some fans have theorized that his spider-sense gave him early warning about his own demise, making the scene all the more wrenching upon second viewing. Additionally, it is the ultimate expression of Tony’s failure. He spent whole movies trying to save the world in general and Peter in particular. Even when Peter inevitably returns, we expect this scene will always make people cry.3. “I’m Here To Talk To You About The Avengers Initiative : Nick Fury Makes His Debut in Iron Man (2008) 94%(Photo by © Marvel / © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Earlier, we mentioned Marvel Studios’ facility with generating interest in the Next Big Thing. And this is how it began: with Samuel L. Jackson making a 30-second cameo for those who thought to sit through Iron Man’s end credits. His few lines of dialogue proved to be a mission statement no one would expect – or believe – would lead to a sprawling portfolio of film franchises.2. “I Am Iron Man”: Tony Stark Reveals His Identity in Iron Man (2008) 94%(Photo by © Marvel / © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)But before that larger world could exist, Iron Man had to score the goal by doing something no other marquee cinematic superhero had ever done before: reveal himself to the world. While the films of their Distinguished Competition made duality and secret identities key plot points, Marvel tossed it all aside after one film. It was a bold choice at the time, but now it seems so natural that we sometimes forget to refer to Tony, Steve, or Nat by their superhero code names. Engendering that sort of familiarity makes this a key moment in MCU history.1. The Avengers Assemble in Marvel's the Avengers (2012) 91%And yet, if there is one most memorable and most defining moment, it is the pan across a destroyed New York street revealing the Avengers assembled for the first time in common purpose. The entire film – and the five films preceding it – lead up to this moment in which six superheroes (three of whom already starred in their own films) shared the screen and proved this crazy idea of an interconnected lattice work of film franchises could work. It also helps that it is a kick-ass shot uniting the film’s key theme with all of the expectations outside of the narrative. The Avengers can work together, and so can all these stars and different interests. We wouldn’t be at Endgame without this memorable moment.
Though it seems strictly a don t try this at home proposal, we went ahead and asked the cast of Amazon Prime Video s new vigilante series Hunters how to hunt a Nazi. Rotten Tomatoes host Naz Perez interrogated cast members Logan Lerman, Jerrika Hinton, Saul Rubinek, Carol Kane, Josh Radnor, Greg Austin, Tiffany Boone, Louis Ozawa, and Kate Mulvany and found out how their characters approach the job, what it s like working with acting legend Al Pacino, and the series heightened comic-book style.Hunters is now streaming on Amazon Prime Video.
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