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设计重心和市场动机的改变,最后就会体现在全新的用户消费习惯和游戏习惯上。国内的玩家主流经历了这样的几个迭代,2000年以前,几乎全部都是PC主机玩家,目前都已经接近30岁或者更大;2010年之前,玩家都集中在休闲网游和MMO端游页游上,2015年前后则是手游的崛起,玩法普遍是卡牌和竞技,直到2019年开始,国产的独立游戏佳作频出,全新的游戏口味逐渐有了抬头的趋势,注重玩法,注重交流,配合平台和互联网生态传播,有了个性化选择的新意识。 Best-Reviewed Musicals Music Movies 2020How does a Broadway juggernaut become a global phenomenon? Well, that would be with the help of Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda and streaming service Disney+. The filmed live recording of the Broadway musical Hamilton was moved up a year from its original 2021 release date because of the pandemic and gave those of us at home a much-welcomed gift and takes our award for Best-Reviewed Musical. Joining Hamilton on our list is another Disney+ release from over the summer – Beyoncé s highly anticipated visual album Black is King. The first feature-length film directed by a Filipino woman and released by a major studio, Yellow Rose, also made this list and is a must-see for its country ballad soundtrack and lead Eva Noblezada s touching performance.The order of the rank below reflects the Adjusted Score as of February 28, 2021. Scores might change over time.« Previous Category Next Category »
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Robert Pattinson is our new Batman, but who is the best Caped Crusader among his predecessors? That s what our contributing editor Mark Ellis is asking in the latest episode of Vs., the show where we use Tomatometer and box office data, among other considerations, to settle some of popular culture s biggest debates. In our battle of the Batmen, we restricted our field to those who have appeared on the big screen: Is the greatest Dark Knight the moody Christian Bale? The quirky Michael Keaton? Perhaps the original, Adam West, who starred in Batman s first big-screen adventure? Or the man whose voice work made Batman: The Animated Series a landmark, Kevin Conroy, and who also voiced the Bat in Mask of the Phantasm and The Killing Joke. Those four actors go up against other past Bats of the big screen: Ben Affleck, Val Kilmer, George Clooney, and Will Arnett, who put a hilarious spin on the character in The Lego Movie, its sequel, and his own solo spinoff. Who comes out on top? Check out the video above – and then check out our Vs. episode on the Joker.Disagree with our winner? Let us have it in the comments. And be sure to check out our ranking of Batman movies by Tomatometer.亚博app买球信誉靠谱以上就是LOL手游2.2版本即将上线的新内容,还是蛮丰富的,不过对于国服玩家来说,相信大家目前唯一的期望就是国服快点公测吧。

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Mark Ellis and the fam – this week it s film correspondent and expert Nikki Novak, critic Carlos Aguilar, and Pay or Wait writer Sharronda Williams – rev up their engines and drive straight into the biggest questions fans have about Fast Furious Presents: Hobbs Shaw. Can Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham s chemistry sustain a two-hour-and-sixteen-minute movie? How are new additions to the Fast universe Vanessa Kirby and Idris Elba? How s the action compare to other movies in the franchise? And WHAT ABOUT THOSE CAMEOS? As always, it s a spoiler-heavy discussion, so if you haven t seen Hobbs Shaw, better to do a sudden, screechy, slow-motion U-turn and get the hell outta here.Fast Furious Presents: Hobbs Shaw is in theaters now.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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5.82.2 4月喜迎Watch: David Yates on the final battle of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 above.In 2019, Rotten Tomatoes turns 21, and to mark the occasion we’re celebrating the 21 Most Memorable Moments from the movies over the last 21 years. In this special video series, we speak to the actors and filmmakers who made those moments happen, revealing behind-the-scenes details of how they came to be and diving deep into why they’ve stuck with us for so long. Once we’ve announced all 21, it will be up to you, the fans, to vote for which is the most memorable moment of all. In this episode of our ‘21 Most Memorable Moments’ series, director David Yates breaks down the Harry Potter franchise s defining, climactic battle between good and evil.VOTE FOR THIS MOMENT IN OUR 21 MOST MEMORABLE MOVIE MOMENTS POLLThe Movie: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (2011) 96%Movies rarely come with the kinds of lofty expectations that were foisted upon the Harry Potter franchise, but movies are also rarely adapted from existing properties that are widely beloved, pop culture-defining global sensations. Thankfully, Warner Bros. found the right people to place both in front of and behind the camera to bring J.K. Rowling s Wizarding World to cinematic life, and the result was one of the most critically and commercially successful film franchises ever to flicker across the big screen.David Yates has served as the series go-to director beginning with the fifth film, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix; he s since helmed every movie in the franchise, including the two recent Fantastic Beasts spinoff installments. His biggest challenge lay in bringing the original series to a close in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 and Part 2, the latter of which was to feature the climactic battle between Daniel Radcliffe s Harry Potter and Ralph Fiennes Lord Voldemort. But Yates had a specific vision in mind for the final book in the series.(Photo by Jaap Buitendijk/Warner Bros.)“I read the book and it felt, to me, that you could create two interesting films.” It was Lionel Wigram, who s one of our lovely producers, who felt maybe this movie could fall into two parts, because it was quite an extensive book. I read the book and it felt, to me, that you could create two interesting films. One was very much the kind of blockbuster, entertaining conclusion to the whole series, which had lots of bells and whistles and lots of battles and a great deal of scale, and then the first one  when Harry, Ron, and Hermione are out in the real world for the very first time, away from school, having to learn some really hard life lessons that, to me, felt like it could operate almost as an independent movie on its own terms. Very small-scale, very delicate. A much more intimate movie, if you will.I used to joke with Steve Kloves, who adapted Hallows Parts 1 and 2, that we were probably making the most expensive European art house movie ever with Hallows Part 1, because it didn t feel like a big movie, with all the bells and whistles. It felt much more intimate and much more delicate than that. And then, of course, with Part 2, we were able to finally round out the series, and that felt much more appropriate that we sort of went out with a bang. You stick with what you feel is right and what s true, fundamentally. And I think we did it. There was this feeling that, there had been seven movies, and you had to kind of come out in a way that fulfilled everyone s expectations. Especially your own, in terms of turning this epic story that Jo had created. So I think that was probably the biggest challenge, and knowing that expectations were sky high, and that people wanted to have a properly satisfying emotional resolution to this series of stories. Knowing that you have those expectations on your shoulders, you follow your instincts, and you stick with what you feel is right and what s true, fundamentally. And I think we did it. Just sitting with an audience in all the test screenings as we were finishing the film, you could feel it in the room that people who had stuck with you on that journey across all those movies felt moved and elated by the end. It was a very satisfying feeling. The Moment: Harry Potter and Lord Voldemort DuelBeginning with the first film in 2001, each of the Harry Potter movies came somewhere between four or five years after their source novels were published. In other words, when Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 arrived in 2011, book readers already knew what was coming: an epic showdown between Harry Potter and Lord Voldemort. As Yates explains, he made a conscious decision to deviate from the book.(Photo by Warner Bros.)“I always felt it would be wonderful to give this confrontation almost the feel of a Western.” This relationship has been ongoing throughout this series of stories, but it s only really in this final movie that we get to spend some substantial time with them finally facing each other. In the book, that confrontation takes place in the Great Hall, and I always felt that it was important, in a way, having waited seven movies for this confrontation to finally take place, I always felt it would be wonderful to give this confrontation almost the feel of a Western. So it s very iconically defined by these two figures in this vast courtyard, facing off with each other. Not with necessarily a big audience, as took place in the book, but something that felt much more singular, and the architecture and the landscape of the school was very much like a Western.Harry sort of carries the spirit of Voldemort, in part, and they have this unity, and I had this idea that Harry and Voldemort are at the top of a school tower, and as they confronted each other Dan would grab Ralph, and actually pull him off this tower, and they would apparate around the school together, and as they apparated around the school together, we d explore this weird visual synthesis that exists between the two of them, and they d eventually tumble down into the courtyard. The sequence became about a boy facing down this demon that had haunted him right throughout his childhood. So, I always wanted to get it out of the Great Hall, away from an audience, so the sequence became much more about a boy facing down this nemesis, this demon that had haunted him right throughout his childhood. This is the figure that had killed his parents. And so it became a much more iconic, singular battle between these two figures. I like that singularity and I like that simplicity, because you could really focus right into Harry s eyes and Voldemort s realization, in the moment when he loses the Elder Wand, that he s beaten. So for me, I like taking it into this down and dirty place, where it was literally a scramble in the mud to finally decide who was gonna win that battle that had been going on for such a long time. And that leanness and earthiness was always something that I felt was right for that final confrontation. The Impact: Fantastic Success and How to Find It(Photo by Warner Bros.)J.K. Rowling s Harry Potter novels were a worldwide phenomenon unto themselves, but the film series launched that phenomenon even further into the stratosphere. The so-called Wizarding World now includes a spinoff film series, theme park attractions, video games, and even a West End stage production that follows up on Harry Potter s story 19 years after the events of Deathly Hallows. The series early and frequent success spawned a mad rush to find the next Young Adult-aimed sensation, and others like The Hunger Games, Twilight, Divergent, and The Maze Runner as well as a slew of unsuccessful would-be franchise-starters followed in its footsteps.The Harry Potter series is also one of just a handful that can boast Certified Fresh installments from beginning to end, signaling consistent critical acclaim, and it ranks as the third highest-grossing of all time, behind only the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the Star Wars saga. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 is the culmination of seven movies over the course of a decade, and to put it in context, it s not only the best-reviewed film of the series at a Certified Fresh 96% on the Tomatometer, but it s also the highest-grossing of the bunch, earning a massive .3 billion at the global box office. That was enough to make it one of the top 10 highest-grossing films of all time until the recent release of Avengers: Endgame knocked it down to number 11. Still, that s no small feat.Of course, for those who can t get enough of the Potterverse, there s still the Fantastic Beasts films, the most recent of which opened just last November. It s unlikely that series will be able to replicate Harry Potter s extraordinary accomplishments, but as David Yates  Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 so clearly demonstrated, it takes time and a whole lot of careful craftsmanship to build to a fantastic, emotionally gratifying finale. Given another decade s worth of thoughtful storytelling, Fantastic Beasts may yet earn its own Harry vs. Voldemort moment.Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 was released on July 15, 2011. Buy or rent it at FandangNOW.
n co-writer Dan O’Bannon was engaged to help with special effects and eventual Alien concept artist H.R. Giger designed the look of the Harkonnen homeworld, Giedi Prime. Pink Floyd was also set to score the film, which would take many liberties with Herbert’s story. To hear Jodorowsky tell it, the film would have expanded consciousness itself, but when he could not secure the needed funds to complete it, he was forced to abandon it; elements of his story ultimately ended up in his Incal and Metabarons comic books.The next director to attempt folding space was Ridley Scott in 1979. Intended to be his follow-up to Alien – a film that comes up a lot in the history of Dune – he left the project following the sudden death of his older brother Frank, realizing it would take more of him than he was willing to give. He would end up transferring his energies to Blade Runner a few years later.(Photo by ©Universal/courtesy Everett Collection)But as producer Dino De Laurentiis was loathed to let the money spent on developing Dune go to waste, he hired up-and-coming director David Lynch to remount the film. The resulting production, released by Universal in 1984, is staggering, weird, and often compelling – even if Dune fans questions certain liberties taken by Lynch to condense some of its plot, reshuffle some of its characters, and recast Paul in the messiah role he is expressly against in the novel. Nevertheless, we’re fond of the film, which featured early appearances by Kyle MacLachlan as Paul, Patrick Stewart as his loyal instructor Gurney Halleck, and even Alicia Witt (age 8 at the time) as Paul’s preternaturally gifted and deadly sister Alia.The film was not a hit, though it would find a following by airing on television, where Syfy would later adapt Dune and Children of Dune into two three-hour miniseries in the early 2000s. But any further Dune films would be relegated to a distant possibility for decades. Paramount Pictures picked up the rights in 2008, with directors Peter Berg and Pierre Morel attached at various points, but Paramount walked away from it in 2011. Legendary Entertainment picked up the rights in 2016 and Villeneuve was in talks to direct by the end of that year.The history of Dune on film should give you some idea of just how anticipated this adaptation is for fans of the novel, its sequels, and the resulting franchise.The People of Dune(Photo by Chiabella James/©Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.)Villeneuve inspired confidence early on with a succession of incredible casting announcements. Starting with House Atreides, Oscar Issac will play Duke Leto while Rebecca Ferguson plays his concubine, Lady Jessica, a character who is much more than her title in fact, during a Twitter chat prior to the first trailer s debut, Ferguson mentioned Jessica s choices create a fracture with far-reaching consequences. Their son, Paul, will be played by Timothee Chalamet. Josh Brolin will play Gurney Halleck and Stephen McKinley Henderson takes the role of Thufir Hawat. Jason Momoa will also appear as Duncan Idaho, another of Paul’s teachers whose seemingly insignificant presence here will turn into something quite epic should Dune spawn a successful film series.Though assigned to House Atreides, Dr. Wellington Yueh (Chen Chang) is a physician of the Suk School conditioned to make him safe and incorruptible while attending to the health of nobleborns. His loyalty is, theoretically, to the principles of medicine.Over on Giedi Prime, Stellan Skarsgard is a Baron Harkonnen for the 21st Century, and Dave Bautista plays his sadistic nephew, Glossu Rabban (A.K.A. The Beast). A second nephew, Feyd-Rautha, will seemingly make his debut in a later Dune film as the trailer only alludes to the Baron and the Beast. The Baron also has his own Mentat, Piter De Vries, played by David Dastmalchian.(Photo by Chiabella James/©Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.)Once on Arrakis, Paul and Leto will meet members of its (seemingly) indigenous population, the Fremen, which includes Javier Bardem as Stilgar and Zendaya as Chani. There are other Fremen who will matter to the story, like the Shadout Mapes and the Reverend Mother Ramallo, but it is currently unknown who might be playing them. Babs Olusanmokun, meanwhile, will play the Fremen fighter Jamis – a character with key ties to Paul – and Gloria Obianyo will play his wife, Harah. The Atreides will also meet Dr. Liet Kynes (Sharon Duncan-Brewster), the imperial ecologist and judge of the change in regards to the noble house s control of Arrakis. She also, presumably, carries the same important secrets her book counterpart held, though portraying Dr. Kynes as female is a departure from the novel and the various attempts at adapting it on film. During the recent Twitter chat, Duncan-Brewster noted Kynes s gender is less important than the character s role in the story; Kynes connects the Atriedes, the Harkonnens, the Imperium, and the Fremen.Other parts include Shaddam IV, his daughter Irulan, Reverend Mother Mohiam (Charlotte Rampling) and – if time permits – Count Hasimir Fenrig and his wife Lady Margot, both of whom were deleted entirely from David Lynch’s Dune. And while it makes total sense to cut them (and a few other people) for a two-hour-and-thirty-five minute film, we presume Villeneuve will have the time for almost everyone mentioned by Herbert in Dune, because Two Parts(Photo by Chiabella James/©Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.)Unlike every other attempt to adapt Dune, Villeneuve’s production is actually two films. Considering the way the novel is structured, there is a natural place for the film to end, complete with a rousing action scene, should Villeneuve be so inclined. Judging from the trailer, Dune fans will know exactly where the movie pauses and why. And to offer one more clue, it is no accident that Jamis and Harah appear in part one.Granted, part of what makes Dune so tough to adapt is its tendency to avoid certain storytelling tropes. Much of the book is set in quiet rooms where people discuss action occurring between chapters while drinking Spice Coffee and trying to ascertain what the other person is hiding by analyzing minute changes in facial expressions. Big battles happen, to be sure, but Herbert was more interested in what they meant for his world than focusing on the action itself. Of course, Villeneuve has proven with films like Sicario and Blade Runner 2049 that he can make compelling cinema out of two people talking or trying to kill each other. That Dune offers him scenes in which both are happening simultaneously – and sometimes surreptitiously – may be part of the appeal for him.Other members of the crew include co-writers Eric Roth and Jon Spaihts, director of photography Greig Fraser, production designer Patrice Vermette, editor Joe Walker, and producers Mary Parent, Cale Boyter, Joe Caracciolo, and Villeneuve. Composing the film’s score will be Hans Zimmer, who is said to have a special love of the original Dune novel.As Villenueve noted during the Twitter chat, much of the film was shot in the deserts of Jordan as he needed the real thing to make Dune work. They didn t shoot Jaws in a swimming pool, he said. Chalamet mentioned he shot two or three scenes against a green screen while the rest took place on practical sets, and Isaac, ever ready to poke fun at Star Wars, said working on a life-sized Millennium Falcon paled in comparison to the enormity of Dune s production. Creating that sense of reality is important, as Dune s far-flung future can easily look cheap if accomplished via digital sets.The Golden Path(Photo by Chiabella James/©Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.)In an era of long-term film franchises, getting Dune to work on screen would give Warner Bros. access to five additional novels written by Herbert and a raft of spin-off material written by his son Brian and sci-fi author Kevin J. Anderson. Indeed, Herbert’s longer Dune cycle spans thousands of years and eventually shifts its focus from Paul to his son Leto II and eventually to… Well, let’s just say someone we mentioned in the cast list above could find themselves appearing in Dune films for decades.As it happens, Legendary is already convinced Dune will work this time and are developing a spinoff television show, Dune: The Sisterhood, for HBO Max. Spaihts wrote the pilot with Dana Calvo stepping in as showrunner. Villeneuve is expected to direct the first episode and serve as an executive producer alongside Spaihts, Brian Herbert, Byron Merrill, and Kim Herbert. Centering on the Bene Gesserit sisterhood, it will find more ways to illustrate the political intrigues of Dune’s Imperium and, potentially, their dealings with Paul after the events of Dune.Of course, those who have read Children of Dune or God Emperor of Dune may wonder how Legendary and Warner Bros. can pave a golden path of franchise wealth from the Golden Path that Leto II sets for humanity in the Dune sequels. The philosophical elements of Herbert’s world amp up even as more traditional dramatic narratives recede. And the conclusion of the story realized by Brian Herbert and Anderson takes an unexpected and almost pulpy direction; it’s not exactly Marvel, Lord of the Rings, or Star Wars by any stretch of the imagination.Then again, it wouldn’t be Dune if it didn t prove difficult for Hollywood to crack.Dune is currently set for release on December 18, 2020. It is unclear when the second part will materialize.Thumbnail image by Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures
deason 2 finale seemingly resolves this by severing Djarin from his cub. But considering all the times we heard about their bond — and the marketing slam dunk surrounding Grogu — we doubt it will be too long before they are reunited.What is the Book of Boba Fett? As the stinger scene came to a close, it revealed The Book of Boba Fett will begin in December 2021. Presumably, this will be the program s third season with a new focus on the infamous bounty hunter as he takes Jabba s place in the galactic underworld. But is that all we ll get? Season 2 left Djarin with a lot to process, and we d hate to go a whole season without seeing him working through it. At the same time, we d love to see Fett round up bounty hunters like IG-88, Dengar, and Bossk to enact whatever plans he has in mind. We also need to see the infamous crime-ridden world of Nar Shaddaa realized in live action. Also, the instant disdain Kryze and Fett had for one another is worth exploring. Fett s claim to be recognized as a Mandalorian in Chapter 14 is pretty strong. Perhaps resolving his status — a point of contention which even predates the Expanded Universe — will also be an aspect of the story.Of course, there is some confusion about The Book of Boba Fett being its own standalone series. Until we get a clarifying press release, we will assume it is the program s next phase.UPDATE: Favreau appeared on GMA to give a few details, including the news that The Book of Boba Fett is a full series arriving in December 2021.READ MORE: Everything We Know About The Book of Boba Fett”Will Djarin and Kryze actually fight? It is curious to see Kryze sticking to the letter of the law this time. Back on Star Wars: Rebels, Sabine Wren (Tiya Sircar) was able to hand her the Darksaber without even so much as a verbal sparring session — although, the two women certainly had enough arguments in the past to count as a fair fight. This time, though, it appears she needs to win the Darksaber. It seems Gideon may have undermined her authority in the past by revealing how she came into possession of the weapon. Now, she s taking no chances. But if Djarin continues to wear his armor after revealing his face to Grogu and Luke, Kryze is now the inflexible adherent to a Way, which only undermines her cause. Will she learn not to be as hidebound or will the two have to fight for the throne? As Sackhoff told us recently, Just because she thinks that she is the rightful ruler and just because she thinks she’s ready to lead doesn’t mean she is. Will Djarin sit the throne of Mandalore? Then again, Djarin s destiny may be something he definitely doesn t want: the throne of Mandalore itself. As he was a foundling brought up in the Way of the Mandalore, he is not Mando by blood or a member of one of the clans. It both makes him a good candidate for leadership and someone who will find nothing by conflict in taking on those duties; nevertheless, it seems clear the series is headed toward the liberation of Mandalore and, for the moment, he holds the Darksaber.Will Gideon weaken the New Republic with the power of his voice? As seen in the finale, Gideon is a threat even when bound. As an ex-ISB officer, it seems unlikely any counterpart in New Republic intelligence will be able to break him; in fact, it seems possible his presence in an interrogation cell could undermine the Republic to such an extent that it sets up in the ineffectual government seen in the Sequel Trilogy. At the same time, Esposito told reporters earlier this year that viewers will learn more about him in the next few seasons: will he use his background as means of weakening his adversaries?Where is Grogu in the Age of Resistance? Some thirty years after the events of Chapter 16, Luke will neglect to tell Rey (Daisy Ridley) about Grogu. In our reality, there are practical reasons for this  The Mandalorian was only beginning development when Star Wars: The Last Jedi was filmed but now that we know Luke will train him, the child s whereabouts in the Sequel Trilogy will have to be accounted for at some point. Of course, this could change if training goes badly and we know Luke isn t the best tutor. It is possible events in the short term will drive Luke and Grogu apart; meaning he would never consider the child a Jedi or his pupil.From a certain point of view, of course.The Mandalorian season 2 is now streaming in its entirety on Disney+On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

ixth place. The lowest-grossing film in August to open to at least million was 2009’s G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, a series that Dwayne Johnson was added to with G.I. Joe: Retaliation only to see it gross less than its predecessor with 2.52 million.The budget for H S was 0 million, not counting P A (prints advertising), even with a current worldwide haul of 0 million; however, this is still a series that has not grossed less than 6 million since the fourth (and worst-reviewed) film in 2009. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle was Dwayne Johnson’s only headlining film that grossed over a half-billion worldwide. Statham’s sole film in that regard was The Meg and previously had not had a starring vehicle reach 6 million globally. Maybe Vin Diesel can smile until Fast Furious 9 opens next Memorial Day weekend, which may be a true test if this series is past its peak.Fresh Surprise: Adult Fare  Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Finds an Audience(Photo by Columbia Pictures)Sony won the opportunity to be the first studio to distribute a Quentin Tarantino film in the post-Weinstein era, and it looks like it is paying off with Once Upon a Time…In Hollywood. The million production had a solid hold this weekend and is right where it wants to be: between the 10-day hauls of Django Unchained (.26 million) and Inglourious Basterds (.02 million) with .84 million. Hollywood’s second weekend (.02 million) was slightly higher than Django’s .01 and Basterds’ .30. That’s a great place to be, which could see it nestling into a 0 million–0 million haul and it has not even opened internationally yet. Again, never underestimate that DiCaprio draw, but the trifecta with Brad Pitt and Tarantino has got audiences talking and that alone is a win for Hollywood (the movie and the town.)The Top 10 and Beyond: Four Films Continue To Climb the All-Time Chart(Photo by Walt Disney Pictures)The Lion King grossed another million this weekend bringing its haul to 0 million, the ninth-best ever for a film after 17 days.Though it is also fading a little faster than some of its contemporaries. This weekend ranked as the 18th-best third weekend; though among the all-time top 30, only three dropped 50 percent or more, and they all fall under the Marvel banner (Avengers: Endgame, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Iron Man 3). This only seems to be the difference between grossing over 0 million or over 0 million domestically. Internationally, it has grossed over 4 million bringing its worldwide total to .195 billion, already good for 19th place all-time and less than 0 million away from passing Black Panther and entering the top 10, which it will do with no issue. It has also now outgrossed the 1994 animated film with its combined initial release and its 3-D re-release in 2011. Disney’s live-action remake of Aladdin has also crossed 0 million domestic and is the 38th highest–grossing film worldwide ever.Speaking of Marvel, Spider-Man: Far From Home fell just behind the pace of Sam Raimi’s 2002 kickoff. On Thursday after 31 days, Far From Home was at 2.57 million, while Raimi’s film had made 3.82 million. That is still the 30th best of all-time domestically in that timeframe; however only two films among those 29 ahead of it grossed less in their fifth weekend than Far From Home (.90 million), and they were Captain America: Civil War (.82 million) and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 (.25 million), so 0 million looks off the table. But its global haul stands at .075 billion, the 29th-highest ever.Pixar’s Toy Story 4, which crossed 0 million at home and has risen to 9 million worldwide, placing it 50th on the all-time chart. Domestically, its numbers are still really impressive. On its 40th day, just before it hit 0 million, the fourth film in the series had the 16th best-ever tally in that period. On top of that, the million it made in its seventh weekend is higher than 12 of the top 20 grossers after 40 days. After this weekend it is the 27th highest-grossing film domestically of all time.Limited Release News: The Farewell Joins Impressive Company(Photo by A24)We continue to watch the progress of Lulu Wang’s The Farewell, which is becoming the limited release story of the summer. The film has a 99% Tomatometer score after just a single negative review. In its fourth weekend, A24 expanded its release from 135 to 409 theaters, and it grossed .4 million, good enough to jump from 10th place last week to seventh place this week. To put this in context with other films in 300-500 theaters in weekend four, check out these films with the numbers representing their weekend gross, number of theaters and total gross in their first 24 days:The Hours (.64 million / 402 theaters / .33 million)Manchester by the Sea (.17 / 366 / .34)There Will Be Blood (.94 / 389 / .86)Match Point (.93 / 441 / .02)The Joy Luck Club (.83 / 340 / .97)The Favourite (.60 / 441 / .77)Boyhood (.39 / 310 / .44)Birdman (.31 / 460 / .08)The Farewell has made a total of .83 million to date. Even if some of the numbers don’t quite match up with the above titles, this is nevertheless the company Wang’s film will be mentioned in among future limited-release successes. Amazon’s million pickup of Late Night out of Sundance only grossed .3 million this summer. The Farewell should surpass that, but would need to do Manchester-type numbers to best A24’s Lady Bird. One weekend at a time, though, as audiences will continue to discover this film going forward.Julius Onah’s Luce is another limited release to watch. The film enjoyed the best per-theater average of the weekend making 2,000 in just five theaters. That’s a fifth-best PTA for Neon behind I, Tonya; Ingrid Goes West; Three Identical Strangers; and Colossal. Jennifer Kent’s The Nightingale opened in two theaters in NY and LA and grossed ,000.This Time Last Year: Pooh No Match For Ethan Hunt(Photo by Paramount Pictures)Mission: Impossible – Fallout spent its second weekend atop the charts with a .32 million haul, nearly outgrossing the next two films combined. Disney’s Christopher Robin opened in second to .58 million and The Spy Who Dumped Me placed third with .10 million. The adaptation of young adult sci-fi novel The Darkest Minds made .84 million, good enough for just eighth place. Black Panther, meanwhile, in its 25th week of release, passed the 0 million line to become the third-highest-grossing film ever at the time. Last year’s Top 10 grossed 9.73 million and averaged 70% on the Tomatometer. This year’s Top 10 averaged 75.8% with critics, and its estimated gross of 3.88 million is good enough for the ninth-best August weekend since 2000. If it can get over 3.895 million when results are released Monday it will be eighth.On the Vine: Onslaught of New Releases Hope To Take Over Half the Top 10Debbie DayFive new releases open wide next week in hopes of capturing your attention, and there appears to be something for everyone. Family audiences are going to have to decide between the big-screen, live-action version of Dora the Explorer with Dora and the Lost City of Gold and the Look Who’s Talking Now/Marley Me hopeful, The Art of Racing in the Rain, which appears to be going for every heartstring. Melissa McCarthy, Elisabeth Moss, and Tiffany Haddish go pre-Widows against the mob in The Kitchen. Horror fans get the Guillermo Del Toro–produced Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. Finally, there is Brian Banks, the true story of a rising football player who is wrongly convicted of rape.The Full Top 10: August 2-4Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw (2019) 67% – .8 million (.8 million total)The Lion King (2019) 52% – .25 million (0.89 million total)Once Upon a Time... In Hollywood (2019) 85% – .02 million (.84 million total)Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019) 90% – .76 million (0.33 million total)Toy Story 4 (2019) 97% – .15 million (0.05 million total)Yesterday (2019) 63% – .44 million (.9 million total)The Farewell (2019) 97% – .43 million (.84 million total)Crawl (2019) 83% – .15 million (.1 million total)Aladdin (2019) 57% – .01 million (0.37 million total)Annabelle Comes Home (2019) 65% – 5,000 (.58 million total)
春节的限定皮肤,将会在后两个版本,也就是11.3版本正式上线,这次的年限皮肤,照顾到了很多英雄,包括牛头、安妮、皇子、剑姬、诺手,也可能会有厄斐琉斯。既然都重新推出了年限,而且手游中也有,不妨大胆预测一下,LOL手游国服在今年也会上线。
(Photo by George Pimentel/Getty Images)When Rotten Tomatoes spoke to Rob Morgan during his Just Mercy press run, we described the interview as a victory lap, of sorts. Morgan was humbled about the description (“Aww thank you. Rotten Tomatoes for the win, baby.”) The description is apt: Morgan has had a busy 2019. He ended his run as Turk Barrett, the connective tissue of the Marvel Netflix Universe. Not to lag behind, Morgan began doing the film festival circuit with two heavy hitters. The first was he Joe Talbot-directed The Last Black Man in San Francisco, which premiered at 2019 Sundance Film Festival and in which he plays Jimmie Fails’ father James Sr. The second was the Destin Daniel Cretton-directed Just Mercy, based on the book by Bryan Stevenson, which premiered at 2019 Toronto International Film Festival.Morgan has become known as a scene-stealer, playing understated but impactful roles. As Herbert Richardson in Just Mercy, he commands attention in one pivotal scene in which we follow Richardson in his routine before his execution. It’s equally disturbing and mesmerizing, with Morgan acutely tapping into the emotion of a man who knows his end is near.We spoke to Morgan about that scene, how he doesn’t lose himself in his roles, what he has coming in future projects, and his skill in industry relationship building: “My most high-profile work comes from directors want to work with me.”(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)Joi Childs for Rotten Tomatoes: How did you prepare for the role of Herbert Richardson in Just Mercy? Especially that heart-stopping scene as he prepares for his execution?Rob Morgan: Well, Herbert Richardson, he actually was executed, so I didn t really have live footage to go off of. I had two pictures of him, and I would just stare into his pictures and stare into his eyes and try to download his spirit. Bryan Stevenson wrote a phenomenal book, Just Mercy, and it was filled with all kinds of information that helped me tap into Herbert’s spirit. And also, just my everyday experience as a Black man in America, I get information that informs me in ways that I can parallel my own life with Herbert Richardson. Maybe not to the high degree of being on death row, but I can still parallel some of his oppressive conditions with my own, just walking around in this society. So, I took a lot of that in my imagination, and when Destin [Daniel Cretton] said action, that s what we came up with.RT: Your characters in Just Mercy, The Last Black Man in San Francisco, and Mudbound have the common thread of living through hard times. When you give these understated but powerful performances, how do you avoid losing yourself too much?Morgan: I trained with the American Theatre of Harlem, and by the grace of God, that was my foundation to understanding the art of storytelling and understanding that I m blessed to be in a play. I m not showing up to do brain surgery. I m not showing up to cure cancer, but I m showing up to play and give voice to the voiceless. I love who I am as a person. So, I love my lifestyle. I love playing chess, you know? I love fumbling around on the guitar, I love being present with people. So, I don t lose myself so much, because I love who I am. It s a skill of being able to go in and understand that I m doing this for a slice of time compared to somebody that actually had to live this for their whole life. They couldn t stop when they said cut. They couldn t take the outfit off, you know, like, Hap Jackson, the sharecropper I played in Mudbound.(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)You know, my grandfather, he had that lifestyle, so I was able to tap into my grandfather. I actually used his name in the movie, I ad-libbed because I was pulling from him so much. I know these people and these people are in me. So, I used the ability to tap in when I need to to tell those stories. But at the same time, I love who I am enough that when they say cut, I m able to come back and be Rob Morgan.RT: Let’s pivot to something a little lighter: You truly are the connective tissue of the Marvel Netflix Universe. What motivated you to continue to be a part of all those series, even in small moments?Morgan: Well, I mean, Julie Schubert, a casting director in New York City, called me in to audition, and they seemed to have liked my take. And the character Turk Barrett is actually written as one of the only characters that goes in and out of the whole universe. He was so much more in the actual comic book world that we didn t get a chance to explore, but I pretty much just showed up when they called my name. When they said, “Hey, Rob, we got a scene for Turk. Come through,” that s when I showed up. Yeah, I mean it was a fun experience. I didn t realize how the fan base was just so heavy. You know, I get recognized for Turk Barrett probably more than any of my other roles, even more than the Stranger Things role. But yeah, I just auditioned, tried to be an actor to get a job, and fortunately, they liked my personality and style and saw what I could bring to the character, and I just showed up when they called me.(Photo by Jake Giles Netter / © Warner Bros.)RT: You have a busy 2020 with three anticipated films: The Photograph, Cut Throat City, and Greyhound. Can you speak about the projects?Morgan: [For The Photograph] Man, that was a great project to be a part of. And for them to trust me with the character, I was completely honored. I think Issa Rae has a great finger on the pulse of getting good content out there. So, I thought it was just a win-win situation to be working with that caliber of visionaries and storytellers, you know, of our time. And my man, James Lopez, who was one of the producers, he gave me the thumbs up on Stella Meghie. Again, Stella Meghie, the director of the movie, she had all these options, and she was like, “Scratch all these names off. Get me Rob Morgan.” That s really how that happened, too, again. My most high profile work comes from directors who want to work with me. That s how I got that, too. Stella Meghie was basically like, “Nope, I don t want to see none of these people. Show me Rob Morgan.” And I went and met with her, we clicked, and I got the job.Cut Throat City, William Clevinger is one of the producers. Kyle Tekiela was one of those producers on Mudbound, so they were familiar with my work. The project came up, my window of opportunity was open, and they squeezed me in. I thought it was a treat to work with some hip hop royalty. I feel like [RZA is] a successful composer of music in films, and then for him to go into his directorial thing, I wanted to be there and support the brother. And he trusted me with his vision, and it was kind of like a powerhouse cast movie, because you got Wesley Snipes, Isaiah Washington, you got Denzel Whitaker. I mean, you got, like, Eiza González, you know, you got so many heavy hitters in this movie, it’s like, “Hey, man, I’d love to come down there and play with them.” You got TI in the movie, you know, Tyron Woodley from the UFC. So, it felt like one of those movies that was just going to have a huge market of eyes on it. Where it s at right now, I don t know. I think it s coming in South by Southwest I m not sure but I don t know where the movie is now.[For Greyhound], to work with Tom Hanks and to see how open and giving he is as such an A-list actor, it just shows you how it’s not the heaviest stuff we do. Tom Hanks, when you meet him, he’s a such a cheerful, open, giving, fun guy. You would imagine this star that’s been in our living room for 20-plus years would have this kind of personality, but he s still a beautiful, giving human being. And it was a real treat to work with Tom Hanks. And now, when he sees me, he’s like, “Rob!” I’m like, “Tom!” It s like, “Wow, I actually can call Tom Hanks a friend.” So, yeah, it was beautiful.RT: Last question: What’s your personal secret to building relationships in this industry, especially with an expansive resume like yours?Morgan: I always say my work is my best agent. My work is my best PR. And that s basically how I get around it; I get the work I get by just people seeing my work.Just Mercy is in theaters everywhere January 10.
There might be a forbidden romance with a sexy vampire at the heart of A Discovery of Witches, which is now available to stream on Shudder and Sundance Now, but there are no shades of Twilight in this love story. For one, the heroine is no helpless human — she’s a witch, and possibly one of the most powerful witches who’s ever lived.The latest book-to-screen supernatural romance follows more in the footsteps of Outlander, chronicling a relationship of equals between modern-day witch Diana Bishop (Teresa Palmer) and wise, ancient vampire Matthew Clairmont (Matthew Goode) as they race to learn secrets that will ensure a safe future for all magical creatures.When historian Diana, who has spent her life ignoring her magical powers, discovers a long-lost manuscript in Oxford’s Bodleian Library, all sorts of magical creatures descend upon the quiet city in pursuit of the mysterious book. While different supernatural species — witches, vampires, and daemons — are not supposed to fraternize, Diana finds both comfort and protection in biochemist Matthew as the rest of the magical world attempts to track down the all-important book, putting both Diana’s life and the future of all creatures in danger.Book Diana vs. TV Diana(Photo by Sundance Now)The Diana Bishop of the books is a single-minded historian and Yale professor who is laser-focused on her research. She’s so fiercely independent that she refuses to use her magical powers, which are inherited from family lines on both sides that she can trace back to Salem. (Part of her denial of her powers is tied to the fact that her parents were both murdered when she was a young girl, and using magic reminded her too much of them.)In the show, however, Diana is more mild-mannered and patient, slow to embrace her power as a woman and as a witch as she learns more about her lineage. Palmer, who plays Diana, told Rotten Tomatoes that her character’s slow burn toward empowerment is a result of the fact that she’d spent her entire life wanting to fit in and just be “normal.”“It s this part of her that she hasn t liked and she s ignored, and I think when someone has something that they feel so antagonistic about, it s hard to just flip the switch and jump into that wholeheartedly,” she said.When Matthew arrives, however, he makes her feel grounded and stable — and thus more confident in herself and her abilities.“She had it all there, she just also needed a cheerleader to say, ‘You can do this and you are powerful and you are worthy.’ Once she realizes who she is, she dives into it so passionately and is rewarded for that,” Palmer said.Embracing Magical Powers(Photo by Sundance Now)One benefit to Diana’s self-discovery: getting to do badass stunts. Palmer’s character can harness different elements — including wind, allowing her to fly. That meant plenty of time in harnesses being flown around on a crane, but Palmer was thrilled to face the challenge.“All the wirework I especially loved because she has magic powers and she has the ability to fly,” Palmer said. “I don t want to give too much away, but I got to do so many stunts on this one. I was upside down on wires and getting swung around, and got to do a lot of work like that, which was just brilliant. At times I remember being on the wires and being up so high and thinking to myself, ‘This is my job! This is me at my job. This is really cool.’”Then there are the non-supernatural skills Diana has: she’s a runner and a rower, both things Palmer had to train for, and she’s a historian specializing in alchemy, something Palmer had to research to get a grasp on.Matthew Goode, Dreamboat(Photo by Sundance Now)Diana’s journey to discover her powers couldn’t be possible without the right foil, and The Crown veteran Goode provided the perfect pale skin, sharp cheekbones, chiseled jaw, and steely gaze to embody the sexy-but-scary vampire.“I always laugh about it because Matthew and Matthew are very similar,” Palmer said. “They both love their red wine, they re both hyper-intelligent, they re both prone to brooding — they’re very similar in real life. Matthew Goode just embodies Matthew de Clermont so seamlessly and organically that there were moments I was like, ‘Oh, this is such a walk in the park for you! He s British and pale and tall and handsome, and he s got the deep voice already. It s not a stretch of the imagination to be playing a handsome vampire.”While the duo smolders in front of the camera, behind the scenes things were decidedly less serious. Palmer credits their onscreen chemistry in large part to the fun, lighthearted friendship they struck up while filming.“He s one of the funniest people I ve ever met, and we would spend our time cracking each other up and laughing and mucking around and just being total goofballs,” Palmer said. “And then we d have to remind each other that we re at work, we have to get stuff done.”SPOILER WARNING: The next two sections contain mild spoilers relating to the second and third books in the All Souls trilogy, Shadow of Night and The Book of Life.The Books and Beyond(Photo by Sundance Now)The series has already been renewed for second and third seasons, which Palmer confirmed will roughly follow the stories in the second and third books of the trilogy. But while the second book focuses almost exclusively on Diana and Matthew’s journey back in time, Palmer said the story will be expanded to include other characters.“The second book takes place, obviously, in the Elizabethan Era — that s where we left off in the first season, time jumping through that well — but it s going to be exploring that time and that era and the way things were, and it s going to feel completely different, I think, from the first season.”As a historian, it’s a “dream come true” for Diana to be interacting with people she’d only read about in books, Palmer said. Plus, the dynamic between Diana and Matthew will be completely different in the past versus the contemporary setting where they fell in love.And after introducing a stellar supporting cast — Alex Kingston and Valarie Pettiford as Diana’s witch aunts; Edward Bluemel, Owen Teale, Malin Buska, Lindsay Duncan, and many more as other supernatural creatures — it makes sense to follow their stories further rather than focus solely on the main couple and the people they meet in the past.“I think we re going to try and figure out a way to have some of the contemporary world still in there, so that we don t lose those amazing characters,” Palmer said. “So there s going to be some slight tweaks to the second book in terms of the TV show, but I don t know what they are yet.”Season 2 Specifics(Photo by Sundance Now)While Palmer will be joining the production a little bit later than everyone else owing to the impending birth of her third child — she’ll film from July through January, after the birth of her daughter in April — she already knows one plot point she can’t wait to visit.Palmer listened to the audiobooks after she got the role, and there’s one character in particular she’s excited to meet: Kit, a.k.a. Elizabethan playwright (and Matthew’s BFF) Christopher Marlowe.“There s some tension between us,” she said. “I won t give anything away, but it s very interesting where the root of that tension comes from. I am excited about character dynamics, truly. There s so many amazing people we get to meet in the second season, and I just want to know how that rocks the boat for Diana and Matthew, and how they can stay a solid unit throughout all the things that get thrown their way. We will see!”A Discovery of Witches season 1 is available to stream in full on Sundance Now and Shudder.
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