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赛尔号布布花在哪采用百度引擎5(Baidu 4)(Click to enlarge.)After five grueling rounds of competition that laid waste to holiday classics like It s a Wonderful Life, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, A Charlie Brown Christmas, and even the perennial is-it-a-Christmas-movie-or-not fan favorite Die Hard, we can finally crown a winner for our Christmas Movie Showdown. In the end, the Jon Favreau/Will Ferrell comedy Elf lost by a convincing 20% margin to Home Alone, which, incidentally, also celebrated its 30th anniversary back in November. To go with that milestone, we can now unofficially officially declare that Home Alone is the Greatest Christmas Movie Ever!As always, big thanks to everyone who participated in the various polls, and we hope this bit of silly fun helped in some way to brighten what is certainly an unusual holiday season for most. With that in mind, please stay safe and warm as we enter the new year, and stay tuned for our next showdown!Final Round ResultRound 1 Results | Round 2 Results | Round 3 Results | Round 4 ResultsRound 1 Results | Round 2 Results | Round 3 Results | Round 4 ResultsOn an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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Adjusted Score: -1% Critics Consensus: A stellar series perfect for anyone looking for a little hope, Stargirl is delightful fun the whole family can enjoy.赛尔号布布花在哪ages for Film Independent) We all have those markers in our lives, whether that s a swimming lesson, or a bike riding lesson, or getting to college and meeting Barry Jenkins. “I first saw the film from start to finish as a rough cut screening that we had in Los Angeles months before we presented at Telluride. The swimming scene definitely stood out to me, almost like a marker within the entire narrative that kind of stuck with you, as these important moments do. I think we all have those in our lives, markers that we can all kind of recall as adults now that shape our journey on some level, whether that s a swimming lesson, or a bike riding lesson, or getting to college and meeting Barry Jenkins – or whatever these things are that find ways to change and alter your own personal narrative are wonderful. I feel very lucky, again, to have met Barry when I did. I feel very lucky to be at the beach that day with them; I feel like I participated in capturing a story and a scene that I think has a lot of meaning for people.”Moonlight was released on November 18, 2016. Buy or rent it at FandangNOW.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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(Photo by ©Searchlight Pictures)The 2021 Critics Choice Awards just wrapped with Nomadland cementing its frontrunner status in the lead-up to the Oscar nominations with four wins, including Best Picture and Best Director for Chloé Zhao. Carey Mulligan also made a strong move up the field in the currently wide-open Best Actress race with a win tonight for Promising Young Woman, while writer/director Emerald Fennell won Best Original Screenplay for the film.While an interview with a certain pair of royals took place on another channel, the royals of Netflix’s The Crown cleaned up on the TV front: The opulent historical drama was awarded Best Actress, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actress, and Best Drama. Anya Taylor-Joy followed up her recent Golden Globe win with a win for Best Actress in a Limited Series for her work in The Queen s Gambit, which also won for Best Limited Series.Read on for the full list of Critics Choice Awards winners below.BEST PICTUREDa 5 Bloods Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom Mank MinariNews of the World Nomadland WINNEROne Night in Miami Promising Young Woman Sound of MetalThe Trial of the Chicago 7BEST ACTORBen Affleck   The Way BackRiz Ahmed   Sound of MetalChadwick Boseman   Ma Rainey s Black Bottom WINNERTom Hanks   News of the WorldAnthony Hopkins   The FatherDelroy Lindo   Da 5 BloodsGary Oldman   MankSteven Yeun   MinariBEST ACTRESSViola Davis   Ma Rainey’s Black BottomAndra Day  The United States vs. Billie HolidaySidney Flanigan   Never Rarely Sometimes AlwaysVanessa Kirby   Pieces of a WomanFrances McDormand   NomadlandCarey Mulligan   Promising Young Woman WINNERZendaya   Malcolm MarieBEST SUPPORTING ACTORChadwick Boseman   Da 5 BloodsSacha Baron Cohen   The Trial of the Chicago 7Daniel Kaluuya   Judas and the Black Messiah WINNERBill Murray   On the RocksLeslie Odom, Jr.   One Night in MiamiPaul Raci   Sound of MetalBEST SUPPORTING ACTRESSMaria Bakalova   Borat: Subsequent MovieFilm WINNEREllen Burstyn   Pieces of a WomanGlenn Close   Hillbilly ElegyOlivia Colman   The FatherAmanda Seyfried   MankYuh-Jung Youn   MinariBEST YOUNG ACTOR/ACTRESSRyder Allen   PalmerIbrahima Gueye   The Life AheadAlan Kim   Minari WINNERTalia Ryder   Never Rarely Sometimes AlwaysCaoilinn Springall   The Midnight SkyHelena Zengel   News of the WorldBEST ACTING ENSEMBLEDa 5 Bloods Judas and the Black Messiah Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom Minari One Night in Miami The Trial of the Chicago 7  WINNER BEST DIRECTORLee Isaac Chung  MinariEmerald Fennell  Promising Young WomanDavid Fincher  MankSpike Lee  Da 5 BloodsRegina King  One Night in MiamiAaron Sorkin  The Trial of the Chicago 7Chloé Zhao  Nomadland WINNERBEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAYLee Isaac Chung – MinariEmerald Fennell – Promising Young Woman  WINNER Jack Fincher – MankEliza Hittman – Never Rarely Sometimes AlwaysDarius Marder Abraham Marder – Sound of MetalAaron Sorkin – The Trial of the Chicago 7BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAYPaul Greengrass Luke Davies – News of the WorldChristopher Hampton and Florian Zeller – The FatherKemp Powers – One Night in MiamiJon Raymond Kelly Reichardt – First CowRuben Santiago-Hudson – Ma Rainey’s Black BottomChloé Zhao – Nomadland WINNERBEST CINEMATOGRAPHYChristopher Blauvelt – First CowErik Messerschmidt – MankLachlan Milne – Minari*WINNER* Joshua James Richards – Nomadland WINNERNewton Thomas Sigel – Da 5 BloodsHoyte Van Hoytema – TenetDariusz Wolski – News of the WorldBEST PRODUCTION DESIGNCristina Casali, Charlotte Dirickx – The Personal History of David CopperfieldDavid Crank, Elizabeth Keenan – News of the WorldNathan Crowley, Kathy Lucas – TenetDonald Graham Burt, Jan Pascale – Mank WINNERKave Quinn, Stella Fox – EmmaMark Ricker, Karen O’Hara Diana Stoughton – Ma Rainey’s Black BottomBEST EDITINGAlan Baumgarten – The Trial of the Chicago 7 WINNER (tie)Kirk Baxter – MankJennifer Lame – TenetYorgos Lamprinos – The FatherMikkel E. 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Nielsen – Sound of Metal WINNER (tie)Chloé Zhao – NomadlandBEST COSTUME DESIGNAlexandra Byrne – EmmaBina Daigeler – MulanSuzie Harman Robert Worley – The Personal History of David CopperfieldAnn Roth – Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom  WINNER Nancy Steiner – Promising Young WomanTrish Summerville – MankBEST HAIR AND MAKEUPEmmaHillbilly ElegyMa Rainey’s Black Bottom  WINNER MankPromising Young WomanThe United States vs. Billie HolidayBEST VISUAL EFFECTSGreyhound The Invisible Man Mank The Midnight Sky Mulan Tenet WINNER Wonder Woman 1984BEST COMEDYBorat Subsequent MovieFilm The Forty-Year-Old Version The King of Staten Island On the Rocks Palm Springs WINNER The PromBEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILMAnother Round Collective La Llorona The Life Ahead Minari WINNER Two of UsBEST SONG Everybody Cries – The Outpost Fight for You – Judas and the Black Messiah Husavik (My Home Town) – Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga Io sì (Seen) – The Life Ahead Speak Now – One Night in Miami WINNER Tigress Tweed – The United States vs. Billie HolidayBEST SCOREAlexandre Desplat – The Midnight SkyLudwig Göransson – TenetJames Newton Howard – News of the WorldEmile Mosseri – MinariTrent Reznor Atticus Ross – MankTrent Reznor Atticus Ross, Jon Batiste – Soul WINNERTELEVISIONBEST DRAMA SERIESBetter Call SaulThe Crown  WINNERThe Good Fight Lovecraft Country The Mandalorian OzarkPerry Mason This Is Us BEST ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIESJason Bateman – Ozark Sterling K. Brown – This Is Us Jonathan Majors – Lovecraft Country Josh O’Connor – The Crown WINNERBob Odenkirk – Better Call Saul Matthew Rhys – Perry Mason BEST ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIESChristine Baranski – The Good FightOlivia Colman – The CrownEmma Corrin – The Crown  WINNERClaire Danes – HomelandLaura Linney – OzarkJurnee Smollett – Lovecraft CountryBEST SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIESJonathan Banks – Better Call SaulJustin Hartley – This Is UsJohn Lithgow – Perry MasonTobias Menzies – The CrownTom Pelphrey – OzarkMichael K. Williams – Lovecraft Country  WINNERBEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIESGillian Anderson – The Crown  WINNERCynthia Erivo – The OutsiderJulia Garner – Ozark Janet McTeer – OzarkWunmi Mosaku – Lovecraft Country Rhea Seehorn – Better Call Saul BEST COMEDY SERIESBetter Things The Flight Attendant Mom PEN15 Ramy Schitt’s Creek Ted Lasso WINNERWhat We Do in the ShadowsBEST ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIESHank Azaria – Brockmire Matt Berry – What We Do in the Shadows Nicholas Hoult – The Great Eugene Levy – Schitt’s Creek WINNERJason Sudeikis – Ted Lasso Ramy Youssef – Ramy BEST ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIESPamela Adlon – Better Things Christina Applegate – Dead to Me Kaley Cuoco – The Flight Attendant Natasia Demetriou – What We Do in the Shadows Catherine O’Hara – Schitt’s Creek WINNERIssa Rae – Insecure BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIESWilliam Fichtner – Mom Harvey Guillén – What We Do in the ShadowsDaniel Levy – Schitt’s Creek  WINNERAlex Newell – Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist Mark Proksch – What We Do in the Shadows Andrew Rannells – Black Monday BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIESLecy Goranson – The ConnersRita Moreno – One Day at a Time Annie Murphy – Schitt’s Creek Ashley Park – Emily in Paris Jaime Pressly – Mom Hannah Waddingham – Ted Lasso  WINNERBEST LIMITED SERIESI May Destroy YouMrs. America Normal People The Plot Against America The Queen’s Gambit WINNERSmall Axe The UndoingUnorthodoxBEST MOVIE MADE FOR TELEVISIONBad Education  Between the World and Me  The Clark Sisters: First Ladies of Gospel  Hamilton WINNER Sylvie’s Love  What the Constitution Means to Me BEST ACTOR IN A LIMITED SERIES OR MOVIE MADE FOR TELEVISIONJohn Boyega – Small Axe   WINNERHugh Grant – The Undoing Paul Mescal – Normal People Chris Rock – Fargo Mark Ruffalo – I Know This Much is True Morgan Spector – The Plot Against America BEST ACTRESS IN A LIMITED SERIES OR MOVIE MADE FOR TELEVISIONCate Blanchett – Mrs. AmericaMichaela Coel – I May Destroy YouDaisy Edgar-Jones – Normal PeopleShira Haas – UnorthodoxAnya Taylor-Joy – The Queen’s Gambit WINNERTessa Thompson – Sylvie’s LoveBEST SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A LIMITED SERIES OR MOVIE MADE FOR TELEVISIONDaveed Diggs – The Good Lord BirdJoshua Caleb Johnson – The Good Lord Bird Dylan McDermott – HollywoodDonald Sutherland – The Undoing WINNERGlynn Turman – Fargo (FX)John Turturro – The Plot Against America (HBO)BEST ACTRESS IN A LIMITED SERIES OR MOVIE MADE FOR TELEVISIONUzo Aduba – Mrs. America WINNERBetsy Brandt – Soulmates Marielle Heller – The Queen’s Gambit Margo Martindale – Mrs. AmericaWinona Ryder – The Plot Against America Tracey Ullman – Mrs. America BEST TALK SHOWDesus Mero Full Frontal with Samantha BeeThe Kelly Clarkson Show Late Night with Seth Meyers  WINNERThe Late Show with Stephen Colbert Red Table Talk BEST COMEDY SPECIALFortune Feimster: Sweet SaltyHannah Gadsby: Douglas Jerry Seinfeld: 23 Hours to Kill  WINNER (tie)Marc Maron: End Times FunMichelle Buteau: Welcome to Buteaupia WINNER (tie)Patton Oswalt: I Love Everything BEST SHORT FORM SERIESThe Andy Cohen Diaries Better Call Saul: Ethics Training with Kim Wexler WINNERMapleworth Murders Nikki Fre$hReno 911! Tooning Out the News On an Apple device? 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3.69.5 8月喜迎Joaquin Phoenix is making all the headlines with his magnetic performance in Todd Phillips  Joker, but before he came along to give us all the creeps, who played the character best? We decided to look back at the history of the singularly iconic villain as portrayed on screen and take on the impossible task of figuring out the answer to that question. So how did we do it? Watch as Mark Ellis takes every big-screen version of the Joker and pits them against each other in four categories: Box Office/Tomatometer, Most Memorable, Most Dastardly Plan, and, of course, the Wild Card round. Check out the video to see who gets crowned the ultimate Clown Prince of Crime, and let us know in the comments who your favorite is!Joker opens everywhere on October 4.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle (2018) 53% In 2016, Disney released a live action/CGI hybrid remake of The Jungle Book, a musical adventure based on the Rudyard Kipling book of the same name, and it was a runaway success. Even before that film went into production, however, Warner Bros. had already begun development on their own adaptation of Kipling s book, with Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett, Benedict Cumberbatch, and Naomie Harris lending their voices to the animal characters and Andy Serkis, who voices Mowgli s bear friend Baloo, at the helm as director. The end result is Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle, a decidedly darker take on the source material that follows a young boy raised by wolves who must decide whether to remain in the jungle or return to civilization. The film opens in a handful of theaters this week, with an eventual release on Netflix next Friday, and according to critics, its move to the streaming platform may have been a strategic one by Warner Bros. While Serkis passion for the project is clear and the A-list cast is reliably effective, critics say Mowgli suffers from comparisons to the Disney film, both in the quality of its special effects and in the consistency of its tone, and the final product is a messy if ambitious misfire.

(Photo by Fox Searchlight / courtesy Everett Collection)20 Movies To Watch If You Loved Jojo RabbitWhen director Taika Waititi isn t busy making Thor the funniest character in the MCU, he takes the time to stay true to his quirky indie roots, releasing movies like Jojo Rabbit. It s about a young Nazi boy with an imaginary Hitler friend, whose mother is hiding a Jewish teenaged girl in their home. It s also up for Best Picture in this year s Oscars race.It s a high-wire act mining jokes out of World War II, and when the film came out there were immediate and mostly favorable comparisons to Jojo s forebears like Charlie Chaplin s The Great Dictator, To Be or Not to Be, Life Is Beautiful, and the original The Producers. And speaking of Mel Brooks, he lends his wisdom for documentary The Last Laugh, which explores the boundaries of humor in the face of human horror and catastrophe. Meanwhile, Train of Life is just as funny as any of the movies mentioned so far, and remains criminally underseen.Using a child s perspective to explore the origins and horrors of World War II is an evocative yet risky technique. If successful, it creates empathy in the viewer. When it fails, critics and audiences will deem it exploitative. Come and See is arguably the most memorable of this type of film, but be warned it is not a comedy and will mess you up. It s also a masterpiece. Forbidden Games and Au Revoir Les Enfants are gentler classics, and just about as affecting and powerful. If you re not a blubbering mess by the end of those and want even more World War II movies from kids point of views, try The Tin Drum, The Diary of Anne Frank, or The Boy In the Striped Pajamas.Beyond World War II, there have been a lot of great films as seen through the eyes of youth that unearth truths for people across all ages. Peter Brook s adaptation of The Lord of the Flies explores how authoritarian tendencies develop organically when left unchecked. Pan s Labyrinth uses fantasy to help a young girl engage with and escape the darkness of reality. Beasts of the Southern Wild, Where the Wild Things Are, and The Florida Project all use the power of imagination to create better worlds for their young heroes.And if you re just looking for a rousing adventure of young lovers on the run (and also in scouting uniforms), see Moonrise Kingdom by Wes Anderson. Waititi shares the same comedic sensibility and timing as Anderson, as seen in Jojo Rabbit and his earlier efforts, Boy and Hunt for the Wilderpeople.
(Photo by 20th Century Fox)Theatergoers are buzzing about Robert Rodriguez and James Cameron s newest film, the relentlessly cool action thriller Alita: Battle Angel. The heavily stylized flick gathers an all-star cast, with Rosa Salazar as Alita and Christoph Waltz, Mahershala Ali, Jennifer Connelly, and Jackie Earle Haley filling important roles.Its frenetic action and unique female protagonist make it one of the most intriguing movies of the season so far, but there’s one thing about the film you may not have known: It was actually inspired by one of the most famous and influential cyberpunk manga series of all time: Yukito Kishiro’s Battle Angel Alita.Battle Angel Alita is a fantastic example of what manga can accomplish. The series made its Japanese debut in 1990, appearing in publisher Shueisha s Business Jump magazine and quickly amassing a ridiculous number of readers. The 9-volume post-apocalyptic manga series follows an amnesiac female cyborg found in suspended animation by a cybermedic expert, Daisuke Ido, in the trash. Ido painstakingly rebuilds her, and Alita s memories eventually return.She remembers the powerful martial art Panzer Kunst, but little else, and uses her abilities to become a mercenary known as a Hunter-Warrior. From there, she begins to recall memories of her previous life on Mars. The sprawling story explores her adventures in the dystopian manga world and themes of loneliness, isolation, and what it means to be human.(Photo by 20th Century Fox)While the series ended nearly a quarter of a century ago, its influence can still be felt throughout the countless properties that followed it. It s a hallmark of the cyberpunk genre thanks to its emotive characters, strong female lead, detailed artwork, and excellent writing. The live-action film does an impressive job of adapting the story for American audiences, though there’s still a lot more to learn about Alita and her world beyond what Cameron and Rodriguez were able to cover during the span of the film.Alita: Battle Angel is a mostly faithful retelling of Kishiro s original work, but there are a few changes that were introduced in its transition from page to screen. There s a difference in pacing, for instance, and slight alterations to the tale. The relationship between Alita and her love interest, Hugo, is decidedly less tragic than the manga depicted it, and Hugo is rendered a much more sympathetic character.But one of the strangest choices viewers may notice is that the film retains the manga s unusual, oversized eyes for Alita, played by the heavily CGed Salazar. Yes, anime and manga characters are typically known for their large and expressive eyes, but seeing them on a live-action actress is jarring. Cameron has indicated in interviews that he was intrigued by the challenge of making a photorealistic human character in CG, while Rodriguez explained further: The manga anime eyes that we ve seen since the 30s and Astro Boy has never been done photorealistically. So, usually when we see an anime translated, it doesn t feel like that.”(Photo by 20th Century Fox)The franchise as a whole has never been immune to change for Western audiences, though, since both its central character and title were altered before it was exposed to American readers. The series began life as Gunnm, and Alita’s original name was Gally. Why such drastic changes?According to a 1993 interview with Fred Burke, co-translator for Viz Media on Battle Angel Alita, the title was changed to cater to a wider audience: “For a Viz Comic to work, it’s got to appeal to more than just the hard-core manga and anime crowd, he explained. The original title, Gunnm (a portmanteau of Gun Dream), turned into the more descriptive Battle Angel Alita. As for Gally s new name, Burke noted that he found Alita in a book of baby names and assigned it to the protagonist, as it meant courage. It s easy to understand why Gunnm might be a difficult title for American readers to embrace, and Alita does have a nice ring to it, so the names stuck.Despite its legacy, though there were several Alita spinoffs and re-releases, as well as a novel and game the massively popular manga only ever received a two-episode original video animation (OVA) series adaptation, which culled elements from the manga s first two volumes and altered several plot elements. Creator Yukito Kishiro expressed that he was too busy with the then-ongoing manga to fine-tune the anime, and in fact there were only two episodes planned. There has yet to be any other official Battle Angel Alita anime adaptation, much to the dismay of hardcore fans.Alita: Battle Angel could indeed change all that, however, with its refusal to stray too far from the source material and its love for the original story. This is one of just a few times an anime or manga series has successfully seen the leap from manga pages to live action on the big screen with high-profile Hollywood actors, and it could be the beginning of a renaissance for the cyberpunk classic.Further Viewing: Cyberpunk ClassicsLooking for more films like Alita: Battle Angel? Check out these fantastic picks:
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在UI的设计上,他们还搞出了一个国内换皮手游厂商已经玩烂了的招数,以往在游戏内死了,可以花费钻石复活,这个算是常规操作,基本都没啥异议,但是《二之国》当中复活是有等待时间的,并且立即复活的按钮和“闪避键”重叠了,所以手快的玩家按闪避的时候来不及收手,就直接花了钻石复活。虽然这个问题官方说是BUG,并且在更新里增加了一层确认的提示框,但是这种界面的低级设计错误,一个“经验老道”的手游厂商也能犯? Few industries enjoy taking really, really long extended holiday vacations quite like Hollywood, and when we get to this time of the year, there s rarely much in the realm of movie development news to discuss. So, this week and next, we re going to review 12 of the year s top stories, presented to you in monthly chronology. The year-in-review begins with the Fresh Developments which here also serve (mostly) as the Top Stories of the year.JANUARY: BLACK WIDOW MOVIE FINALLY ANNOUNCED(Photo by Marvel Studios)Marvel Studios hasn t had a big slate announcement since 2014, and we didn t get one in 2018 either, but project-by-project, this may have been the biggest such year since. It started in January with confirmation that a solo Black Widow was now, finally, in development. Black Widow continued to receive a steady stream of news stories, as the director shortlist started at 60 in May, was narrowed in June to just three, and led up to Australian director Cate Shortland landing the job in July. We also learned in October that Scarlett Johansson will receive a million pay equity with her male co-stars for Black Widow, in the same week that Black Panther 2 moved forward in development. Other Marvel Studios movies that made the news this year included Ms. Marvel (A.K.A. Kamala Khan), The Eternals, and earlier in December, both Doctor Strange 2, and Shang-Chi: Master of Kung-Fu.  FEBRUARY: GAME OF THRONES SHOWRUNNERS GET THEIR OWN STAR WARS PROJECTS (Photo by Steve Granitz/Getty Images)Just a few months after the November, 2017 news that Star Wars: The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson was developing a new Star Wars trilogy (after next year s Star Wars: Episode IX), we learned about another set in February. David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, the showrunners of HBO s popular Game of Thrones, are now writing and producing at least one film, a trilogy, or several films in the Star Wars universe, though the nature of their project has yet to be confirmed. Having said that, the popular rumor as of this writing suggests movies based on the popular Knights of the Old Republic setting, which is best known for inspiring a series of video games. Something that we didn t know in February (and Lucasfilm and Disney probably didn t know this either) was that Solo: A Star Wars Story would turn out to be a box office disappointment, prompting Disney to slow down or outright cancel most of their prequel spinoff Star Wars Story projects. That development presumably puts the new Rian Johnson and Benioff/Weiss projects even closer to production than they have otherwise been.MARCH: AVA DUVERNAY INVOKES DC COMICS THE NEW GODS (Photo by Atsushi Nishijima/Paramount Pictures)In late 2017, director Ava DuVernay (Selma, A Wrinkle in Time) revealed on Twitter that her favorite superhero was Big Barda of DC’s New Gods, a comic created by former Marvel artist and Stan Lee collaborator Jack Kirby. In March, we learned that she may have been teasing talks that she had either started or was considering having, because DuVernay is now developing a New Gods movie. Warner Bros. attempted to develop an animated New Gods movie back in the late 1990s, and though the project was never realized, it now looks like it’ll happen after all, and the studio has brought DuVernay on board to direct it. No screenwriter has been named yet, but Warner Bros. will obviously be making that next hiring a priority. This piece suggests why Ava Duvernay is potentially a great choice for The New Gods, and this one explains who some of these characters are, exactly.APRIL: A BIG YEAR FOR STEVEN SPIELBERG: BLACKHAWK, INDIANA JONES 5, WEST SIDE STORY, THE COLOR PURPLE(Photo by Paramount Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)Director Steven Spielberg had a huge year in announcements, partly buoyed by the Certified Fresh release of Ready Player One in March. It actually started off in January with confirmation of his (previously already talked about) plans for Indiana Jones 5 and his remake of West Side Story. The first big new project this year, though, came in April, when Spielberg started development at Warner Bros. of a Blackhawk movie, based on the long-running comic about a squad of World War II pilot-adventurers. West Side Story also had a few big casting announcements this year, including Ansel Elgort as Tony, and original West Side Story star Rita Moreno, not as Anita, but as a reimagined take on neighborhood shopkeeper Doc. We also found out last month that Steven Spielberg is partnering with Oprah Winfrey on a musical remake of The Color Purple.MAY: ANNABELLE: CREATION AND HAPPY DEATH DAY SEQUELS ANNOUNCED(Photo by New Line Cinema)Superhero movies (like Avengers: Infinity War and Aquaman) are obviously crushing it right now at the box office, but they also tend to have pretty big budgets. Horror films do well, too, and they re a lot cheaper to produce. One such example is New Line Cinema s The Conjuring franchise, which includes the creepy doll spinoff Annabelle and its prequel Annabelle: Creation. The Conjuring 3 doesn t come out until 2020 (9/11/2020), but we learned in May that Annabelle 3 (7/3/2019) was likely to beat it to release. The Blumhouse horror production company also quickly moved forward with plans for Happy Death Day 2U, the sequel to last year s 3 million Groundhog Day-like hit. We also learned in October that the Warrens (based on the real paranormal investigators) will be joining one of the non-Conjuring films in the franchise for the first time, as Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga will reprise their roles in the third Annabelle movie.JUNE: THIS YEAR IN STEPHEN KING: DOCTOR SLEEP, FIRESTARTER, AND THE CASTING OF IT CHAPTER TWO(Photo by Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection, Warner Bros.)Although 2017 was obviously not a great year for The Dark Tower (Rotten at 16%), the success of the other major Stephen King movie last year drastically offset it. IT was both Certified Fresh at 85% and a tremendous box office hit, earning 0+ million worldwide from a budget of just million. This made Stephen King- sourced projects hot properties again, especially if they re remakes (like Pet Sematary, 4/5/2019), or otherwise related to a pre-existing horror classic. That otherwise leads us to Doctor Sleep, the 2013 novel by King that serves as a sequel to The Shining because it focuses on the adult Danny Torrance. That role went to Ewan McGregor, with King himself reportedly having given his blessing to the choice for the sequel, which will be directed by Mike Flanagan (Ouija: Origin of Evil, Gerald s Game). Also in June, we learned that Universal Pictures is remaking Stephen King s Firestarter, with the directing job going to Turkish-German director Fatih Akin (Goodbye Berlin, Soul Kitchen), with Blumhouse also co-producing. Finally, there s IT: Chapter Two (9/6/19), and this week, we saw our first images from the set. 2018 was a big year for IT: Chapter Two (9/6/2019) casting news, including the confirmation of Jessica Chastain in February, and the news in April that James McAvoy (Split, X-Men: First Class) and Saturday Night Live alumnus Bill Hader had been cast in lead roles (as Bill and Richie, respectively).JULY: STAR-STUDDED LITTLE WOMEN REMAKE TO BE GRETA GERWIG S NEXT(Photo by Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection)One of the biggest stories coming out of last year s awards season was the underdog success of actress-turned-director Greta Gerwig s semi-autobiographical Lady Bird (Certified Fresh at 99%) starring Saoirse Ronan and Timothee Chalamet (whose Call Me By Your Name also did well). For her next film, Gerwig is turning to classic literature, in the form of Little Women. Gerwig also attracted some major star power for her version, including Ronan and Chalamet, as well as Meryl Streep. Emma Stone was initially cast as Meg, but dropped out to allow her time to promote The Favourite, so the role went to another Emma, Emma Watson. In August, Jurassic Park and Blue Velvet star Laura Dern also signed on. Little Women is now scheduled for release in just under a year, on Christmas Day, 2019 (up against Call of the Wild, the World War I drama 1917, and Melissa McCarthy s Super Intelligence).AUGUST: SHHH . JOHN KRASINSKI IS NOW WRITING A QUIET PLACE 2 FOR 2020(Photo by Jonny Cournoyer/Paramount)In late August, Paramount Pictures announced A Quiet Place 2 (title pending) for release on May 15, 2020, which currently puts it up against Warner Bros Scooby reboot and a week before another monster movie, Godzilla vs Kong (also from Warner Bros). Almost immediately, it was clear that Paramount was going to want to return to the first film s premise (about monsters that are super sensitive to sound), given that it made over 2 million from a million budget. John Krasinski gave an update in October, stating that after initially telling Paramount to hire someone else, he is now actively working on writing the sequel. It s not yet known if Krasinski and his wife Emily Blunt will also be returning to star in the sequel. Emily Blunt is following up Mary Poppins Returns with another film for Disney, their attraction adaptation Jungle Cruise, which is scheduled for release on July 24, 2020.SEPTEMBER: HENRY CAVILL LIKELY OUT AS SUPERMAN, SIGNALING BIG DCEU CHANGES(Photo by Clay Enos/Warner Bros.)The DCEU (DC Extended Universe) hit a major snag in September with the news that Henry Cavill is most likely done playing Superman. Instead, the focus in the Superman Family will be on his cousin, Supergirl, whom we learned in August  is getting her own movie. The talks with Cavill reportedly broke down over a Superman cameo in next year s Shazam! (4/5/2019). Warner Bros. upcoming DC Comics projects also include Joaquin Phoenix s Joker (10/4/2019), Margot Robbie s Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of one Harley Quinn) (2/7/2020), and Gal Gadot s Wonder Woman 1984 (6/5/2020). Many pieces went online speculating about the future of DC Comics movies. Even without Superman on his slate anymore, Henry Cavill is expected to be keeping very busy anyway, as he also signed with Netflix this year to star in their video game adaptation series The Witcher.OCTOBER: JAMES GUNN SWITCHES SIDES FOR DC COMICS SUICIDE SQUAD SEQUEL(Photo by Marvel Studios)One of the most shocking stories in recent memory came in July when Disney fired director James Gunn from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3 over a number of questionable tweets from before his original hiring for 2014 s Guardians of the Galaxy. In October, we learned that that Gunn is now signed to write, and possibly direct the sequel to DC Comics Suicide Squad. Gunn is supposedly working on a completely new take, which suggests it could even be a reboot instead of a true sequel to the first film. One reason to believe that is that, in the past, Gunn has tweeted negatively about Jared Leto, suggesting that he may not be in a hurry to recast Leto as Joker in James Gunn s Suicide Squad.NOVEMBER: GUILLERMO DEL TORO REVEALS OVER 15 BIG MOVIES READY TO GO(Photo by Elizabeth Goodenough/Everett Collection)Long before Guillermo del Toro won the Academy Award for Best Picture this year for The Shape of Water, it was well known that he had a long list of shelved movies in his past. That little golden man on his mantle has changed a lot for GDT, including his new deal at Fox Searchlight that basically set him up with his own mini-studio for horror/genre films. In November, del Toro took to Twitter to list over 15 unproduced screenplays that he has completely finished, which are basically ready to go projects for any studio that wants to work with him to get them produced. (You can read a summary of that list in our coverage last month right here.) Del Toro also made the news in August for producing Scary Movies to Tell in the Dark, and in October for landing his Pinocchio at Netflix.DECEMBER: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE SUCCESS INSPIRES SPINOFFS AND SEQUELS (Photo by Sony Pictures Animation)After just two weeks in release, Sony s innovative animated film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (Certified Fresh at 97%) has already earned nearly 0 million globally. The film was always part of Sony s ambitious plans for its Marvel properties, and last week, we leaned a lot more about possible future films. Development had already reportedly begun in November on both a sequel and a spinoff of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. The animated sequel will focus on the romance between Miles Morales and Gwen Stacy, which will then lead into the spinoff Spider-Women, featuring Gwen, Silk, and the original Spider-Woman (in the comics), Jessica Drew. These two animated films join a growing slate of Marvel movies at Sony that also includes Venom 2, Morbius (AKA The Living Vampire), Black Cat, Silver Sable, Kraven the Hunter, Jackpot, Nightwatch, and Silk.


Joel MearesWhen Rotten Tomatoes first sat down with Chinese actress Zhao Shuzhen, who plays the sweet and stubborn Nai Nai in writer-director Lulu Wang s hit indie dramedy The Farewell, she confessed she was feeling a little tired. Her movie was finally being released in China a week from our meeting in mid-November, and friends and family had been texting and sending articles about the film from home all night. I was just so wired, said Shuzhen. The days during her U.S. trip were offering little reprieve from sleepless nights: long chats with journalists like us, full-house screenings, fancy parties, photo shoots.The 76-year-old actress, a veteran of China s stage and small screen who got her start with the prestigious Harbin Theatre of China when she was just 16, does not show any signs of fatigue if she s feeling it. Over an hour-long conversation, speaking to RT through a translator, she is, like her on-screen character, buzzing with energy – and charming as hell. Even before her stories are translated from Mandarin, you re swept up in them as Shuzhen joyfully mimics patting co-star Awkwafina on the butt (a friendly gesture her grandma character shares with granddaughter Billi, played by Awkwafina, in the film) or chuckles at the thought of meeting acting hero Al Pacino at an Oscars party.When she talks about the true story that inspired the movie – when Wang s grandmother was diagnosed with a fatal disease, her family chose not to tell her, instead convening in China to see her under the guise of a relative s wedding – she is visibly moved.A new face to American audiences, the Harbin-born, Beijing-based Shuzhen is famous in China for her work in soap operas. After a lengthy career on stage playing the likes of Antigone and Ilsa Lund in a staged Casablanca, she has since the 1980s perfected the role of the Chinese grandma on TV, something she says may have put her on Wang s radar when the director was casting the role of her real-life Nai Nai (grandmother). But early discussions about the role didn t go anywhere; Shuzhen was busy with TV work and the money wasn t quite right.  I just decided to put the film in the back of my mind and not really think about it, she said. I thought we had all moved on. It was only when Wang called her directly and shared her story that she decided she was onboard, fully, pay cut and all.It was the right decision. The film, still Certified Fresh at 99% on the Tomatometer, has been something of an indie phenomenon since it premiered at Sundance. Days after we met Shuzhen, the movie would be nominated for Best Feature at the Independent Spirit Awards and Shuzhen nominated for Best Supporting Female. As we move further into awards season, she can expect many more exciting late nights and tired mornings. Here, the actress and grandmother of two talks with Rotten Tomatoes about working with Awkwafina, meeting Nai Nai, growing Oscar buzz, the movie s central deceit – and the complicated feelings she had about keeping it – and how a phone call changed her world.Note: The following interview contains minor spoilers for The Farewell. “PEOPLE ARE COMING UP AND SAYING THINGS LIKE, ‘BECAUSE OF YOU, I CALLED MY GRANDMA.’ IT’S OVERWHELMING.”(Photo by Casi Moss, courtesy of A24)Joel Meares for Rotten Tomatoes: You just saw The Farewell for the first time three days ago. Which is kinda wild given how big the film has been here. What surprised you most about the final film you saw?There was a big difference between what I had expected and what I ended up seeing. When I first read the script, when I was preparing for the film, my impression was this movie is going to be very even-keel. It s not a movie that s heavy on melodrama or theatrics or conflict or incidence. That s what I thought it was going to be, but then after seeing the film, I was just really impressed by the result and what came out. Especially in the last few days, having been able to interact with fans and audiences, people coming up to me and saying things like, You reminded me of my real grandma. You reminded me of my family, and because of this film, because of you, I called my grandma. You remind me of how I was brought up and how my grandmother and family members and parents poured so much love and effort into raising me. People have been telling me things like that and that s just been so moving and inspiring and was just completely unexpected. Frankly, it’s overwhelming.Did you expect the movie to have that kind of impact? You’ve become a bit of a star in the U.S. Initially, I really didn t expect this film to have such a big impact. Because my impression of Americans is that they re less family-centered or family-oriented than the Chinese. In China, grandparents, parents, they raise multiple generations of their descendants; grandparents would help take care of their grandson, great-grandparents will take care of their great-grandsons. Whereas I know in the U.S., it s more common for children, for example, once they reach the age of 18 to go off to college, they move somewhere else, there s more distance between family members. Now I can see that the movie clearly has also resonated strongly with the American audience. I’ve come to appreciate that there s also this emphasis on family within American society.“WE BOTH GOT VERY EMOTIONAL ON THIS CALL… I COULD TELL WHEN TALKING TO LULU THAT SHE HAD JUST A GENUINE SENSE OF AFFECTION AND LOVE FOR HER FAMILY.”(Photo by Courtesy of A24)How did you first come across the role of Nai Nai, Billi s (Awkwafina) grandmother in The Farewell?Initially, I actually got in contact with the crew and the team of The Farewell through a friend. Very early on, we were discussing the film, but usually in China, one of the first things you talk about is compensation, and at the time, my understanding was that the compensation wasn t very high. I basically decided that maybe this is not the film for me; I just decided to put the film in the back of my mind and not really think about it. I thought we had all moved on. But then I think Diana Lin [who stars as Billi s mother Lu Jian] must have sent my files or my headshot or the relevant materials to Lulu, because what ended up happening later was that I just got a phone call from Lulu directly out of the blue. She reached out to me and told me the true story of what happened with her family, with her grandma. And she also made a point to tell me, This really is a very low-budget movie. We have very limited funding. I know this is below your usual rate, but would you consider doing this? I was so moved by the story that Lulu was telling me, I basically just told her, Say no more. Don t worry about it. I will do this movie without precondition. I m going to be part of this.”Lulu has said that her initial phone call with you was very emotional. Can you talk about that call?We both got very emotional on this call, particularly at the point when Lulu started telling me about her grandma s illness and how they all had to travel back to China and use the wedding as a pretense in order to bid farewell to her. I think that particular story, when she told me that, she got very emotional. The fact that she did end up leading a happy and healthy life… I think that all these things were very striking, moving for me. Also, I could tell when talking to Lulu that she had just a genuine sense of affection and love for her family, that this is someone who places a lot of importance on family. And to me as a Chinese person, we Chinese, we really value that. Once that conversation got going, I started crying listening to her story and then she got very emotional as well.“LULU TOLD ME, ‘MAKE SURE YOU DON’T EXPOSE ANYTHING. MAKE SURE YOU DON’T TELL NAI NAI WHAT’S ACTUALLY HAPPENING.’”(Photo by Courtesy of A24)When did you first meet the real Nai Nai? And what was that like, knowing the story and that she didn’t know about her illness, and having been so moved by what you’d heard?I met Nai Nai because Lulu really wanted me to do this job well and to really act well and be like the real Nai Nai, the real grandma. Lulu had repeatedly told me, Make sure you don t expose anything. Make sure you don t tell Nai Nai what s actually happening. I went and paid her a visit in Changchun, which was where the film was shot, and also where Nai Nai actually lives. It was very striking because it didn t even seem like she was sick in any way, shape, or form. She seemed very healthy, very vital. She was very optimistic, very warm, and also she s a very strong and fierce person at the same time. And she was just so hospitable and nice to me. She gave me gifts. She treated me like a family member.At the time, I actually felt quite emotional. Seeing her, how healthy she looked, but also knowing that she has this illness that she doesn t know about, and also how her family had done so much in order to help her, also to make sure that she doesn t know… I was emotional, but it was also a very complicated feeling that I had interacting with her.Were there specific things that you took from your time with her and put into your performance?After that initial meeting, she made such a strong impression on me. I grew confident that I could do this, but also what was important was that it instilled in me a conviction that I must do this job well. I think for me in terms of my style, my look, my appearance, there s some resemblance between me and the grandma. But in terms of personality there s a big difference, because Lulu s grandma in real life is a very strong and very confident person, very self-reliant. She s very kind, very generous, very warm, but there is a fierce side to her. She can be very assertive, very opinionated. Whereas me in real life, both in terms of my real personality but also in terms of the grandmas I had portrayed in the past in TV or on the stage, they tend to be softer, more tender, more mild-mannered.I observed her behavior very closely when I was with her, I observed her gestures and ticks. I really tried to do my best to mimic her, to imitate her in ways that would make sense for the movie. Even while we were shooting, Lulu would constantly remind me, Hey, remember to really think of my real grandma and act like her. Whenever Lulu told me that, that s when I realized, OK, there s still a little bit of distance between me and the real grandma. My acting s still not quite there yet. I really had to force myself to be stronger and fiercer.“SHE REALLY IS THE ARCHETYPAL CHINESE GRANDMA, SOMEONE WHO’S JUST SO LOVING AND SELF-GIVING, SHE DOESN’T EVEN KNOW WHAT’S GOING ON WITH HERSELF.”(Photo by Courtesy of A24)I had a sense at times when watching the movie that she surely must know what’s happening – she seems too smart and savvy a person not to. But perhaps that’s just me coming at it as a Westerner. Did you ever play her as knowing, or was she always ignorant of the big plot in your characterization? My sense, and the way I portrayed the grandma, [is that] I think she really doesn t know any of this. As you saw in the film, early on in the movie, whenever she had to go to the hospital or take medication or antibiotics, it was all under the pretext that, Oh, this is just a minor illness. It s a cold. I think that s how it really was. The fact that everyone is coming home at the same time, they all look depressed and blue, the way I played the grandmother, the way I think she acted in real life, [is that] she probably just thought, Oh, they look so depressed and blue was because there was a lot going on at work, at home. There are even scenes in which my character tells Awkwafina s [character’s] dad, Oh, you re drinking too much. Don t drink. And then when I see people not eating, I would tell them, Oh, why aren t you eating? Just eat, eat, eat. I was just more preoccupied with their well-being, rather than my own well-being, and I was just happy to see all of them coming to China and celebrating this wedding, which is a very big deal to my character.She was so concerned with other people that the thing that was going on with her, she didn t really focus on or think about too much, yeah?I think you can really say that. She gives so much. In this regard, she really is the archetypal Chinese grandma, someone who s just so loving and self-giving, she doesn t even know what s going on with herself. That one scene when she got sick or was not feeling comfortable – she even went to the hospital by herself. She didn t want to bother other people. This kind of occurrence is very commonplace in China, this idea of family deceiving their family members and not telling them their diseases and illness… The movie really does a great job interrogating that impulse. The movie is about to open in China, and it’s getting a lot of interest. Do you think Chinese audiences will connect with it in the same way as Americans and other Western audiences have? The central deceit is presumably less surprising to Chinese filmgoers? I think at the outset when the Chinese audience watches this film, they initially may not be able to relate to Billi. When they see that, Oh, she really wants to tell the grandma what s actually happened, the knee-jerk response from the Chinese audience is, Why would you do that? Don t do that. That s a very silly idea. This kind of occurrence is very commonplace in China, this idea of family deceiving their family members and not telling them their diseases and illness. Traditionally, I think the Chinese mindset and our mindset is that older people… you should just leave them be. Let them enjoy the remainder of their years; don t give them any psychological and emotional burden. But the movie really does a great job interrogating that impulse, interrogating also the parents’ impulses. The movie also does a good job presenting the conflicting values between the East and the West, the conflicting perspectives and the worldview, and does an even-handed job of presenting and interrogating those things. I think ultimately Chinese audiences will be able to appreciate the journey and understand that tension and be able to look at it from a very compassionate and objective perspective. AWKWAFINA AND I ACTED LIKE REAL GRANDDAUGHTER AND GRANDMOTHER BECAUSE WE WERE ABLE TO DRAW FROM OUR REAL-LIFE EXPERIENCE WITH OUR FAMILY. THE DYNAMIC IS ROOTED IN REAL EMOTIONS AND REAL LOVE. IT DIDN’T EVEN FEEL LIKE ACTING. (Photo by Courtesy of A24)The relationship between Nai Nai and Billi is beautiful, and funny, and feels really genuine. Did you know much about Awkwafina before the movie – and what were your first impressions of working with her?I actually didn t know who she was at all.You didn’t go and look at her online rap videos?[Laughs] No… Even when we first met in person, I didn t know who she was. All I really knew was that she s done a lot of funny stuff and is primarily a comedic performer. But one thing about Awkwafina that was striking to me was, while we were filming, you can tell she is someone who is also very close to her own grandma in real life. Whenever we were on break, she would just constantly be doing video chats with her grandma. She even put me on video chat with her grandma a few times. Awkwafina is just someone who is very lovely, who s a great actress, and who s funny and charming, and who also in real life is very close to family, especially her grandma.The bond between you feels so real and unforced. Did you spend lots of time before shooting to establish that connection or was that something that happened naturally?That rapport and chemistry organically developed as the filming went along. It s not something we had rehearsed or planned or practiced in advance. Awkwafina in real life, she s someone who s really concerned with her grandma. The way that her relationship with her grandma manifests itself in real life is very similar to how her character is in the film. And for me too, I have a grandson who s also a very similar age as Awkwafina, and I say to my grandson the same things as Billi s grandma does in the movie. I would ask him, Do you have a girlfriend yet? Do you have a special friend yet? Is everything going okay? Drive safely. Make sure you wear enough clothes. I m very concerned with my grandchildren like that. We acted like real granddaughter and grandmother because we were able to draw from our real-life experience, our relationships with our own family and relatives. The dynamic is rooted in real emotions and real love. It didn t even feel like acting.  As for talking about the actual Academy Awards, the actual Oscars, all I can say is I sort of long for it. I sort of hope for it. I could just dream about it, that s where I m at right now. (Photo by Presley Ann/Getty Images for The Hollywood Reporter)In America, the movie has been out for quite a while, and even all these months later it’s being touted as a major awards contender. And people are talking about you as a potential Best Supporting Actress contender. Has that sunk in?Before this trip, I really had no idea that was even remotely a possibility. It just never even occurred to me that this would even be talked about. Because for me, the Academy Awards, that s just something that s beyond my reach, that s something that s just so far away. It was honestly only in the last few days, interacting with journalists and media people telling me this, that I really found out. Obviously, now people have asked me that a lot. That s really when I started to get a sense of how beloved this movie is and how beloved my character is. I m just very grateful, frankly, for the attention from the media and from the audiences. Last night after our screening, there was an audience member that came up to me and she just starts tearing up as she was talking to me, telling me how grateful she was for my performance. Things like that, it s just so moving for me and it s so gratifying. I feel like the audience s approval, their positive response, that s gratifying to me enough. As for talking about the actual Academy Awards, the actual Oscars, all I can say is I sort of long for it. I sort of hope for it. I could just dream about it. That s where I m at right now. I watch it every year, and in fact, the way I would describe it is, to be very honest, it s true: When you watch the awards like that, my attitude is, “Wow, I fantasize about it. Maybe one day I can be on the stage. I do think about that from time to time.Have you seen many recent American movies – the kinds of films that might

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