《地鼠传奇》是一款MMOPRG传奇类经典手游大作，游戏原汁原味的还原了传奇1.76的经典玩法，野外挂机打怪练级，抢BOSS爆装备，沙巴克万人在线激情PK争夺皇宫。玩家可以在游戏的虚拟世界中与同伴尽情冒险，成就一个强者的成长之路。游戏画质精美，玩法多样，运行流畅，带给玩家各种酣畅淋漓的游戏体验和乐趣。本产品研发团队秉承以用户为本的开发理念，深入各类用户群体中进行深度调研，知用户所想，圆用户所求，采用了大量绚丽的写实场景，提供了别具特色的帮会战，特色副本，极品装备系统，英雄合击系统，符文系统等，让游戏与众不同。 Earlier this year, Starz introduced the world to a parallel universe in Counterpart. In it, Howard Silk (J.K. Simmons) — referred to by the series writing team as the Alpha Howard — met his counterpart from the other side, the Howard Prime (also Simmons).Howard Prime got Howard embroiled in spying between worlds. Howard took Howard Prime s place in a Berlin that fell into disarray after a devastating plague that the Prime world blamed on the Alpha world.Season 2 of Counterpart premieres on Sunday, less than a year after the first season. That’s because Starz was so confident in Counterpart they ordered two seasons back to back. The success of season 1 proved that was a wise investment.Counterpart stars Simmons, Nazanin Boniadi, and Betty Gabriel, along with creator Justin Marks and producer Jordan Horowitz, spoke with Rotten Tomatoes about the season 2, providing 10 things you should know about it before you watch.1. J.K. SIMMONS RETURNS AS HOWARD AND HOWARD PRIME(Photo by Starz)When Howard agreed to play Howard Prime for a short mission, he never expected to be stuck on the other side. It’s bad news for Howard, but good news for Simmons the actor.“Especially as both of them, to one extent or another, get a little bit better at pretending to be the other version of themselves, it definitely continues to add levels of complexity and continues to be an interesting challenge,” Simmons said. “I feel like these are two remarkably similar looking and yet distinctively different characters.”And which Howard does he know better after two seasons of playing them both?“My knee-jerk reaction was to say the kinder, gentler Howard,” Simmons said. “I think that may be starting to skew in the other direction. I obviously empathize with whichever one I’m playing in a given moment, but I’ve kind of always viewed the kinder, gentler Howard, the milder, meeker Howard, as the protagonist from when I first read the first episode. The scales are beginning to tip.”They tip further when Howard finds out about more secrets Howard Prime was keeping from him. Stay tuned.2. CLARE IS STILL A SPY — WITH REGRETSIn season 1, Peter Quayle (Harry Lloyd) found out that his wife Clare (Boniadi)’s other took over their marriage and even had his child. Season 2 finds them trying to fall in love now that both know the truth.“Can they find love in this place of they need each other to survive,” Boniadi asked. “I think season 2 for them is more about redefining the relationship and being completely honest with themselves, discovering themselves and therefore discovering themselves as they relate to this relationship.”But Clare still has a day job. Now she’s going on spy missions with a sense of doubt about whether her mission is truly just.“As the season goes on, you’ll see how that doubt plays out between her and Peter and the baby and the decisions they have to make, together and individually,” Boniadi said. “It’s a huge season of self-discovery for Clare. Season 2 is about her figuring out to live for herself.”3. NAYA TEMPLE IS HERE TO ROOT OUT ALL THE OTHERS(Photo by Starz)Gabriel joins the cast as Naya Temple, new to the Office of Interchange. Her job is to find the others who are there spying for the Prime world. You’ll see as she interviews Howard Prime and others, she takes a very gentle approach to spycraft.“It’s an approach that is designed to lull, I think, the people she’s investigating,” Gabriel said. “I think people let their guards down when they think that they’re not being intimidated or they’re not being threatened. Yes, people can crack under pressure, but I think people can also let things slip out when they’re comfortable. I think she definitely employs, at different moments, both tactics.”Naya is also dealing with her own personal crisis upon finding out the other universe exists.“I think there’s the awareness, the shocking awareness that there is this other version of her, but she doesn’t know who and where she is and what she does in her life,” Gabriel said. “She could be in a very different line of work. She could be part of a different religion. Who knows?”The arrival of Naya complicates the season for every Prime character trapped in our world.“The whole season 2 is about everybody from the other world being on the run,” Boniadi said. “Clare and Howard Prime have to worry about that.”4. EMILY WAKES UP(Photo by Starz)A big part of Howard s domestic life revolves around visiting the hospital to read to his comatose wife Emily (Olivia Williams), who wakes up in season 2. Marks offered a few clues about the secrets a waking Emily could reveal.“Emily and Emily Prime [are] both chasing after the Emily of the past,” Marks said. “So you have the present with two counterparts and then you’ve got this past that is a whole other version of oneself.”5. JAMES CROMWELL JOINS THE CAST, AND HE S GOT BAD NEWS FOR BOTH HOWARDS(Photo by Starz)Oscar nominee James Cromwell (Babe) joins Counterpart in episode 3 as the character Yanek, an officer at the Echo facility with whom Howard interacts quite a bit.“It was awesome,” Simmons said of sharing scenes with Cromwell. “He came in and really had the vast majority of the heavy lifting in most of our scenes together, certainly in our first couple of episodes. I was almost a spectator sitting there watching him, because my character just doesn’t have a lot to say early on in our relationship, and his character does.”Horowitz explained a little more about Yanek.“The Cromwell character with Howard as his prisoner furthers what I think the Howard/Howard stuff was doing in season 1,” Horowitz said. “[It] continues to have our Howard learn more about himself through seeing himself through his other character who is his peer in some respect.”Yanek’s theory is that when there are two of anything, one must ultimately destroy the other.“We call it the Highlander theory, ” Marks joked, referring to the 1986 film in which There can be only one, among a murderous group of immortals that pick each other off. “Now he may not be right, but he’s certainly got some really good points.”In the case of Clare, one already has destroyed the other, but Boniadi doesn’t feel every counterpart will meet a violent end.“It’s like you have two voices in your head or there’s two sides of you,” Boniadi sad. “Eventually for there to be some kind of resolution or survival, one has to win over the other one.”Naya has not met her counterpart, but she’s not out to destroy Naya Prime either.“I think ultimately there’s a spirit of reconciliation in her,” Gabriel said. “I think she wants to believe that two possibilities can exist so perhaps that applies to how she would approach her counterpart. I think she would be more curious in her other and more interested than threatened.”6. THE DOOR IS CLOSEDAfter the terrorist attack on our world, the door to Prime world remains shut. While politicians work toward a diplomatic reopening, many counterparts are stranded in their others’ worlds.“Both Howards are stuck on the other side,” Simmons said. “When season 2 opens, they are both in their other’s world and neither one is entirely happy about it.”This means there will be few scenes with two Howards, but each Howard will learn more about the other on their own.“We also elevate the stakes of the world through Management, which was introduced briefly in season 1 and is really the big player in season 2,” Horowitz said. “We really get a sense of what that hierarchical structure is of the worlds and who’s actually controlling and pulling the strings between those two worlds. I think that has really interesting effects on Howard and that core pursuit of which Howard is the true Howard.”Marks wouldn’t reveal exactly when the door might reopen, but teased, “Nothing can stay closed forever.”7. NAYA’S RELIGION AND FAMILY WILL PAY OFF(Photo by Starz)As introduced, Naya regularly prays to Mecca as part of her Muslim practice, and Gabriel said her religion remains a prominent theme in season 2.“It’s not leaned into too heavily, which I think is a good thing,” Gabriel said. “It is very much about her relationship to God and how that’s being challenged with the awareness of this other world; that she’s primarily there to do her jobm so we’ll see that more and more, her getting closer to the truth.”Naya also reveals to colleagues that she’s a mother. Tune in to see how motherhood plays into Naya’s role this season.8. SEASON 2 INCLUDES ANOTHER HUGE CLARE EPISODE(Photo by Starz)Episode 7 of season 1 was Clare’s flashback to show her past. Boniadi said the new season’s eighth episode is just as significant.“It doesn’t go into backstory, but it’s an evolution to Clare,” she said. “It was a very raw and meaningful episode. Episode eight is more about who is Clare? The real Clare, not the one that was made that she thought she was or believed she was. That’s what begins to unfold for her in episode eight.”9. THEY SAVED SOME OF THE BIGGEST TWISTS FOR SEASON 2 (AND HOPEFULLY 3)The two-season order allowed the creators of Counterpart to parse out some of the plot twists over two seasons. Even though they’re still waiting to hear if there will be a season 3, they have the confidence to hold a few more surprises.“Also there were things that we were going to reveal in season 2 that now we’re just like, ‘Well, let’s hope for a season 3, and we’ll hopefully get to reveal it then,’” Marks said.Simmons certainly hopes Counterpart continues, but he’s not putting any pressure on Marks.“Obviously people like to have jobs, but both creatively and — whatever — lifestyle, it’s very much a one-season-at-a-time mindset,” Simmons said. “At least for me and I know for Justin as well.”10. COUNTERPART TALENT HAVE GINORMOUS PROJECTS IN THE WORKS(Photo by Starz)Counterpart stars and producers have some major upcoming projects; for one, Simmons hopes to reprise his role as Commissioner Gordon in Matt Reeves Batman film, The Batman.“I have not met with Matt as of yet,” Simmons clarified. “I know that I signed up to do as many as three moviesm and I would love to get a chance to expand on Commissioner Gordon. I kind of dipped my toe in that water — so yeah, I hope so. There’s a lot of DC stuff going on so I hope it’s the Matt Reeves Batman. If not, I hope it’s something else.”Horowitz is producing Damien Chazelle’s upcoming Apple TV series.“It will be ambitious and interesting and will hopefully approach the TV space in a new way and find a fresh way of using that medium to tell story in a way that hopefully you haven’t seen told before,” Horowitz said.The show won’t be about music like Chazelle’s Whiplash and La La Land were, but music will always be a factor.“I think music is always going to be a part of Damien’s filmmaking,” Horowitz said. “Even in First Man, I think, music is a huge part of that film even though the film isn’t specifically about a musician or music itself.”Horowitz is also producing the movie Star Girl for Disney’s Streaming service, based on the YA novel by Jerry Spinelli.“It’s really a story about two kids in high school and ultimately about young love and not being afraid to be the person you want to be,” Horowitz said.Marks, a screenwriter on Top Gun: Maverick, has already completed a screenplay for The Jungle Book 2. He told Rotten Tomatoes that he and Jon Favreau co-wrote the sequel to their blockbuster film in December 2017, but they have to wait until the director finishes work on The Lion King revival before they start production. Marks revealed that the character Mowgli has aged along with the young actor, Neel Sethi, who starred in the 2016 film and has said he s up for a sequel.“Jon and I saw The Jungle Book story as a coming-of-age story and the second movie continues in that direction,” Marks said. “Really, if it’s done right, it should break some hearts with where it goes.” He added that the sequel will pull in more animal characters from author Rudyard Kipling’s book because “there’s such a wealth of characters in that world.”Boniadi stars in Hotel Mumbai, based on the 2008 terror attack on the Taj Hotel. Her character is a composite of two real guests at the Taj during the attack. Armie Hammer plays her husband.“It’s a story of what we do when we are faced with such tragedy and how are able to set aside our differences and band together just to survive,” she said. “Bullets don’t discriminate based on religion and ethnicity and race. She’s a Muslim woman, so these Islamic terrorists and extremist don’t stand for what she has been raised to believe is her religion. More than that, it’s about the resilience of the human spirit to overcome and set aside differences.”Gabriel will appear in Human Capital from director Marc Meyers, based on the book by Stephen Amidon. She plays the wife of Liev Schrieber’s character and calls it an “intense tale to tell.”Her Get Out director Jordan Peele also offered Gabriel a role in his Twilight Zone reboot, but it would have conflicted with Counterpart.Counterpart returns Sunday, December 9 on Starz.
The new year is in full swing, and no matter how dire the news looks, at least we can take comfort in knowing there’s an insane amount of great animation out there and coming to you in the near future. And it s easier to get your hands on than ever. In the age of streaming, there has never been as many anime and adult-skewing animated shows so accessible to fans old and new, meaning there’s a plethora of new shows for people to discover, as well as old shows saying their last goodbyes.With the winter season almost over, there’s a whole group of new shows hitting the streaming services and networks that we cannot wait to see. Add to that the shows returning later in the year, and 2020 is promising to be an exciting year for animation fans.With that in mind, we’ve prepared a list of the most exciting shows you should definitely keep an eye out for in 2020.Castlevania: Season 3 (2020) 95%Launched: March 5 on NetflixWhy We Can’t Wait: Dracula is dead, long live Alucard! After last season ended with the shocking death of the main bad at the hands of vampire hunter Trevor Belmost and Dracula’s own son Alucard, this season will see the world’s remaining vampire leaders grappling to fill the power vacuum and take control of the human livestock previously under Dracula’s control. This season promises to introduce plenty of new characters and lore from the Castlevania canon as well as original creations, and of course, some of the most brutal fight scenes in recent animation. With its third season just landing on Netflix, it’s about time Castlevania is recognized as one of the best video game adaptations ever made.Altered Carbon: Resleeved (2020) 60%Debuts: March 19 on NetflixWhy We Can’t Wait: Cowboy Bebop writer Dai Sato takes on Altered Carbon in this anime-feature spin-off of the Netflix Original live-action sci-fi series. Set on Planet Latimer, the film features former soldier and investigator Takeshi Kovacs, who takes the worst job ever protecting a tattoo artist working for the yakuza. The original live-action series, based on the novels by Richard K. Morgan, holds a 75% Fresh Tomatometer score averaged over two seasons; Joel Kinnaman starred as Takeshi Kovacs in season 1, with Anthony Mackie taking over the role in season 2 after the character is again resleeved, and Will Yun Lee appearing across both seasons as the original Takeshi Kovacs (or Kovacs Prime ). Why can t we wait for this animated expansion of the Altered Carbon universe? Watch that trailer again.BEASTARS: SEASON 1 (2020)Debuts: March 13 on NetflixWhy We Can’t Wait: Though comparisons to Disney’s Zootopia are inevitable, the upcoming adaptation of the popular manga, Beastars, is definitely not kid-friendly. In a universe populated by anthropomorphic animals, tensions rise between the carnivores and herbivores of Cherryton Academy after an alpaca student is brutally murdered. At the same time, a timid wolf called Legoshi must navigate a world where your entire life has been determined by being born into a certain species, as well as his new set of complex feelings for Haru, a dwarf rabbit with a bad reputation. Beastars is complex and rich – a murder-mystery, a high-school drama, a coming-of-age story, and a romance all in one.TOWER OF GOD: SEASON 1 (2020)Debuts: April 1 on CrunchyrollWhy We Can’t Wait: For years fans have been anticipating an anime adaptation of Tower of God, one of the most popular South Korean webcomics out there, and it is finally almost here. The anime deals with a mysterious tower with unique and strange environments that grants all sorts of wishes and powers to explorers who reach the top. Two kids decide to climb the tower one day, and find that it is more difficult than they ever imagined. The webcomic resembles the movie Snowpiercer, with its elaborate world-building, stunning action, and its tackling of heavy themes like classism.HARLEY QUINN: SEASON 2 (2020)Returns: April 3 on DC UniverseWhy We Can’t Wait: Harley Quinn, the DC Universe hyper-violent, hyper-vulgar, and hyper-funny animated series starring one fantabulous Harley Quinn, was one of the best surprises of 2019, a show that followed Quinn as she broke up with Joker and tried to find her own way as a villain in Gotham. The show, much like the recent live-action movie starring Harley, is an offbeat take on the Batman mythos, with an off-the-chart jokes-per-minute ratio and a foul-mouthed and silly exploration of serious ideas that nevertheless will have you caring deeply for its titular character.NO GUNS LIFE: SEASON 2 (2020)Returns: April 2020 on FunimationWhy We Can’t Wait: One of the strangest and most criminally slept-on anime series from last year, No Guns Life is a gritty, cyberpunk thriller very much in the vein of Blade Runner, only it is set in a future where a war has turned many humans into cyborgs. It centers on a private detective with a literal giant revolver for a head, who gets involved in a conspiracy that could shatter society as he knows it. The show’s wild premise pulls you in easily, as does its dark metropolitan aesthetic, compelling stories, and — have we mentioned the character with a gun for a head?! Of course, expect tons of visually-inventive action, and an intriguing mystery.Solar Opposites: Season 1 (2020) 92%(Photo by Hulu)Debuts: May 8 on HuluWhy We Can’t Wait: Rick and Morty co-creator Justin Roiland has developed a new animated show,and it promises to be as vulgar, violent, and hilarious as the ultra-popular Adult Swim series. The series focuses on a family of aliens forced to live in Middle America who will have to determine if Earth is awful or simply awesome – they also find that it’s very easy to kill a lot of people accidentally in this world. That the show already has a two-season order before it even premieres only serves to make us more excited for more Roiland shenanigans. What Futurama is to The Simpsons, Solar Opposites could be to Rick and Morty.THE PROMISED NEVERLAND: SEASON 2 (2020)Returns: October on HuluWhy We Can’t Wait: The Promised Neverland was the rare show that masterfully blended science-fiction, mystery, and bone-chilling horror in one of the most impressive debuts of last year. Taking place in a secluded orphanage, the series follows a group of young orphans as they discover the dark and sinister truth behind what happens to kids who are lucky enough to be selected for adoption. The show boasts a cast full of adorable kids you’ll instantly fall for, sinister caretakers you won’t trust, and a terrifying atmosphere that makes Hereditary feel like a kids movie. Season 2 is coming up in October, making this the perfect watch for Halloween.ATTACK ON TITAN: THE FINAL SEASON (2020)Returns: Fall on Hulu/Funimation/CrunchyrollWhy We Can’t Wait: When Attack on Titan premiered all the way back in 2013, it instantly became one of the most talked about anime of the year. Viewers were entranced by its macabre dystopian world in which humanity is brought to near extinction by man-eating titans, and Titan crossed over into the pop culture mainstream. The show had gruesome violence, an intriguing story filled with mystery, compelling characters, and surprising twists – no wonder it was dubbed the Game of Thrones of anime. After three violent, surprising, and emotional seasons, we finally know what lies beyond the walls that protect humanity, which fundamentally changed what we knew of the show. Now that we’re headed into the fourth and final season, the possibilities are endless for Attack on Titan to get one kick-ass send-off.UZUMAKI: SEASON 1Debuts: TBD on Adult SwimWhy We Can’t Wait: Junji Ito is one of the most celebrated names in Japanese horror, so an anime adaptation of his classic manga, Uzumaki, is cause for celebration. The show follows the citizens of a fictional city plagued by a supernatural curse involving spiral patterns, which soon turns deadly as citizens start meeting gruesome deaths. The show is part psychological horror, exploring a town going insane, but also provides some very creepy body horror sure to have you squirming when it eventually hits our screens.INVINCIBLE: SEASON 1 (2020)Debuts: TBD on Amazon Prime VideoWhy We Can’t Wait: After the success of The Boys in live-action, we can’t wait for more hyper-violent yet darkly-funny superhero stories, and Amazon’s animated adaptation of Robert Kirkman’s Invincible comic book series fits the bill perfectly. Featuring a star-studded cast that includes the voices of Mark Hamill, Steven Yeun, and J.K. Simmons, Invincible follows a teenager who is the son of the most powerful superhero on the planet, and who soon discovers his father’s legacy may be less than heroic. Despite its colorful nature and visuals, Invincible is notorious as a graphically violent comic, so expect a lot of animated blood when the show premieres later this year.九游会手机端对此，有人是这样认为，拳头游戏有自己的游戏文化跟理念，硬核竞技是LOL这么多年风靡世界的原因，所以跟其他MOBA游戏走的路线不同，LOLM虽然降低游戏门槛，但是竞技的核心没有变，所以LOLM虽然比端游操作简单，但相比其他MOBA手游还是有点难度。正是这样难度，硬核的竞技机制，才能在以后的大型比赛中打出精彩战术配合跟丰富的战斗形式。
At 40% on the Tomatometer, Godzilla: King of the Monsters didn t fare so well with critics, who largely felt the kaiju action in the film was spectacular but was too frequently sidelined in favor of a half-baked human story. Fans, on the other hand, felt quite differently, rewarding the giant monster battle royale with an 86% Audience Score. That s a far more impressive number than the 2014 reboot (66%), the Monsterverse follow-up Kong: Skull Island (69%), and even the recent Japan-produced Shin Godzilla (74%) all three of which, we might add, were also Certified Fresh according to the critics.In the wake of its box office-topping opening weekend, we decided to take a look through the user reviews for King of the Monsters to see if we could discover what the cause of this rift was, and the results were somewhat surprising. Generally speaking, while RT users tend to agree with critics about the film s shortcomings, the former are far more forgiving. At the end of the day, fans came to the movie to see Godzilla face off against or team up with some of the franchise s most iconic characters, and they got exactly what they wanted. Check out the user reviews and let us know what you thought of the film, and these reviews, in the comments. (Note, some of the reviews have been slightly edited for length and grammar/spelling.)(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)How Are the Action and Visuals?Hard-to-follow CGI overload. Ro, 2 starsGood action, but under a blue Snapchat filter. Bad plot. Buckshot, 2 starsExcessively silly, but the imagery is often jaw-dropping and honestly, what more do you need from a monster movie? Alec B., 3 starsThis movie is awesome. Truly one of the greatest and most epic kaiju movies ever made. The battle scenes were beautifully shot and gave a large sense of scale. A must-see.– Colton H., 4 StarsKing of the Monsters goes full Avengers in introducing King Ghidorah, Mothra, and Rodan for a full-on monster mash. It s by no means a good film, but it s dumb fun watching the titans clash. Zak, 4 stars(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)What About the Writing?Garbage. Pacific Rim was onto something; these guys didn t take notes. NO ONE CARES ABOUT THE STUPID HUMAN STORIES, FFS. Michael D., 0.5 starsNo plot, no point Just a lot of noise! Mary R., 0.5 starsPoor writing, average acting, cliched characters, terrible dialog. Felt like it was four hours long. Todd, 1 starWanted to love it as a Godzilla fan for almost 50 years, but it lacked drama, had laughable and unlikable human characters. The color palette was dark and generally monochromatic. The attempts at one-liners fell terribly flat. The kaijus deserve much better. Brandon M., 2 starsIt s not one of those films that you go to for the writing, that s for sure! But all in all, the kaiju battles were glorious fun to watch and the performances were decent. A good summer popcorn flick! M00vieCritic W., 3.5 starsThe only thing that would have made the movie any better is if they took out all the human actors. For a longtime Godzilla fan, this film had me smiling ear to ear. I cant stress enough how much i loved this movie! Michael, 5 starsReady for a nerdgasm??? KOTM brings the heat. For all the dyed-in-the-wool fans, this scratched the itch left festering since 2014 s good but underwhelming outing. The plot was cohesive, the human elements tied into what was happening with the monsters, and I was searching for some bad CGI, but couldn t really find any. Go see it. I ll be going back for IMAX. Eric, 5 stars(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)Will It Satisfy Longtime Fans?Classic Godzilla. Loved it! Wish we saw more of the other titans in action, though. A couple slow spots, but very entertaining. Childhood memories came rushing back. JLW, 3.5 starsAs a fan of Godzilla: Final Wars, I am pretty satisfied. It s a film that is meant to be watched with little seriousness. And I very much enjoyed the callbacks to the original soundtrack. Hansen W., 4 starsMovie antagonist didn t make a lot of sense, but at the same time, their ridiculousness echoed that of the Heisei era Toho movies. The monster battles are thrilling, though sometimes I wish they didn t cut away so often. Would be nice if there were some day fights but that s okay. This movie is stuck between whether it wants to take itself seriously or not. This problem rests with the characters some are fun and relevant while others are cheesy and trope-riddled. The score is top notch and the resurgence of the original theme is breathtaking. Overall, if you are looking for classic monster action and are a Godzilla fan through and through, you will have a good time. And if you don t like classic monster tropes then idk why you would go watch this movie in the first place. Seth S., 4 starsIt truly did feel like the Godzilla movies I remember watching as a youngster, except with better visual effects and better acting. The monster action was intense and the visuals were breathtaking. A must-see for every fan of the franchise or anyone wanting to see a good sci-fi/monster movie! Levi, 5 starsAbsolute love letter to the Toho films, full of easter eggs, fan service, and giant monster fights. Easily in my top 5 Godzilla movies (from the U.S. or Japan). Mike S., 5 stars(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)Does It Live Up to the Hype?It takes a very accomplished pen to walk this improbability-act of a tightrope balance. This ain t it. Gerald H., 2 starsExactly what Godzilla fans want. Some really cheesy dialogue aside, I couldn t ask for anything better. Critics are just flat out wrong about this movie. GO SEE IT! Adam H., 4.5 starsAMAZIIIIIING!!! Godzilla 2014 was a better Hollywood film, but this was a better GODZILLA movie!! Great job! Looking forward to Godzilla vs. Kong!!! Khris C., 5 starsCheck out all of the user reviews for Godzilla: King of the Monsters so far. Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
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Production has wrapped on Netflix’s upcoming adaptation of The Witcher, and star Henry Cavill celebrated with a lengthy Instagram post about his experience filming the series. The takeaway: “All of those 3 am wake ups were worth it,” he writes.The Good Fight to Air on CBS(Photo by Patrick Harbron/CBS)The Good Fight is getting its on-air debut: CBS announced that the CBS All Access legal drama, a spinoff of its critically acclaimed legal drama The Good Wife, will be broadcast on CBS this summer. It’ll be the first series from CBS’ streaming service, which is also home to Star Trek: Discovery and the Twilight Zone reboot, to air on the network. While there are three seasons available on CBS All Access, CBS will air season 1 of The Good Fight. For three seasons, The Good Fight has been a big success for CBS All Access,” CBS Entertainment president Kelly Kahl said in a press release announcing the news. “We’re excited to provide our network audience the opportunity to catch up with characters they first fell in love with on The Good Wife, as well as introduce new viewers to this outstanding, critically acclaimed drama.”Alex Trebek’s Cancer Is Almost in Remission(Photo by Elizabeth Goodenough/Everett Collection)Q: What is good news? A: Alex Trebek’s latest announcement that his cancer is on its way out. The Jeopardy! host told People that although he was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer three months ago, he’s in “near remission” and “some of the tumors have already shrunk by more than 50 percent.”No, Really, What Just Happened??!(Photo by Dee Cercone/Everett Collection)Fox’s upcoming experimental comedy What Just Happened??! — a faux-aftershow about a fictional series, hosted by Fred Savage (playing himself), has added a few more head-scratching details. Joining Savage as “host” will be comedian Taylor Tomlinson, and the two will be joined by Best Coast as the house band. The series is dedicated to exploring the fandom surrounding The Flare, a fictional drama based on a fictional sci-fi book series by fictional author TJ Whitford, “The Moon is the Sun at Night,” which, according to the press release announcing the very meta news, “has been a favorite of Fred Savage’s since childhood. The book revolves around a solar event and its effects on Earth – specifically, the small, blue-collar town of Milford, IL – and slowly unfolds into a post-apocalyptic battle for human survival.” What Just Happened??! will feature “multiple segments, including authentic sit-down celebrity interviews, set visits to The Flare and interviews with the ‘cast,’ as well as discussions with fans and more.” It premieres Sunday, June 30 on Fox.According to Entertainment Weekly, The Flare’s cast includes Shiri Appleby, Guillermo Diaz, Kevin Zegers, Duane Reed, Sola Bamis, Tyler Ritter, Sprague Grayden, and Amy Acker.Casting News: Creepshow, The Right Stuff, and MoreThe Beverly Hills, 90210 reboot BH90210, a mockumentary-style series featuring the main cast members attempting to launch a revival of their beloved teen soap, has cast La La Anthony and Vanessa Lachey to play the wives of Brian Austin Green and Jason Priestley, respectively. Anthony is music superstar Shay, and Lachey is high-powered publicist Camille. (No word on whether Green’s real-life wife, Megan Fox, will appear in the series.)National Geographic’s adaptation of Tom Wolfe’s The Right Stuff has tapped former Suits star Patrick J. Adams to play Maj. John Glenn in the series adaptation of the bestseller. “The series takes a clear-eyed look at what would become America’s first ‘reality show,’ as ambitious astronauts and their families become instant celebrities in a competition that will either kill them or make them immortal in the quest to be a part of Project Mercury,” according to the official description. Production will begin in Florida in the fall and the series is set to premiere on National Geographic in 2020.Variety reports that The Princess Bride’s Cary Elwes and The Path’s Stephanie Hsu will appear in season 3 of Amazon Prime Video’s The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.Downton Abbey’s Jessica Brown Findlay will star in USA Network’s adaptation of Brave New World alongside Alden Ehrenreich and Harry Lloyd. She’ll play Lenina Crowne, a resident of utopian New London, a city with a rigid social order and “culture of instant gratification and ubiquitous sex,” per the official description. But after a trip to the Savage Lands, they become embroiled in a rebellion and begin to question the lives they’ve known.Streaming service Shudder s upcoming series adaptation of Creepshow has cast David Arquette, Tricia Helfer, and Dana Gould in three different installments of the horror series. Arquette will star in Times is Tough in Musky Holler, about leaders who once controlled a town through fear and intimidation get[ting] a taste of their own medicine Helfer will star in Lydia Layne’s Better Half, in which a powerful woman denies a promotion to her protégée and lover but fails to anticipate the fallout and Gould is in Skincrawlers, featuring a man who considers a miraculous new treatment for weight loss that turns out to have unexpected complications. Desus and Mero are set to host the 2019 TCA Awards on Saturday, Aug. 3. They follow in the footsteps of former TCA hosts Kristin Chenoweth, James Corden, Terry Crews, Key Peele, and more celebs who have emceed the annual (untelevised) Television Critics Association honors, which is held every summer in Beverly Hills.The Kissing Booth 2 has added a pair of cast members: #LegendsOfTomorrow alum @maisie_rs will play a seemingly-perfect college girl who Noah grows close to while Taylor Perez will play Marco, a new classmate who Elle simultaneously develops a close friendship with. pic.twitter.com/CO8YdWHQwd See What s Next (@seewhatsnext) May 30, 2019Development Update: Normal People and MoreHulu has ordered a half-hour series based on Sally Rooney s Normal People, about “the tender but complicated relationship of Marianne (played by Gentleman Jack s Daisy Edgar-Jones) and Connell (newcomer Paul Mescal) from the end of their school days in a small-town west of Ireland to their undergraduate years at Trinity College.”Lilly Wachowski is returning to TV for her first project post-Sense8: the new half-hour comedy series Work in Progress, which will premiere on Showtime later this year. The series debuted as part of the indie episodic program at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival, and was created by Abby McEnany and Tim Mason. McEnany stars as “a 45-year-old self-identified fat, queer dyke from Chicago whose misfortune and despair unexpectedly lead her to a vibrantly transformative relationship.” Wachowski will co-write the first season and executive produce alongside the creators.Netflix has optioned three novels by YA author Sarah Dessen to be made into movies for the streaming service (following in the footsteps of the successful To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, which is getting a sequel this year). The author’s titles being adapted for the screen include This Lullaby, Once and for All, and Along for the Ride, the latter of which will be the first to become a film.
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5.19.0 0月喜迎The Dark Universe may be over, but there was a lot of light on Leigh Whannell and Elisabeth Moss this weekend. The Invisible Man achieved two things this weekend. For one it has already outgrossed every horror film so far in 2020, six wide releases in all, that have failed to draw interest in even their devoted base. Secondly and maybe even more impressive, it’s 90% on the Tomatometer makes it the best-reviewed wide release of 2020 to date by more than ten points. King of the Crop: Invisible Man Opens Strong, No SurpriseWhannell’s interpretation of the H.G. Wells novel and classic Lon Chaney film was right in line with expectations this weekend, if just a tad higher. The Invisible Man is far from one of Blumhouse’s bigger openings 13th place overall in fact. But a million opening on a million budget is easily another win for the production company and Universal. Add in another million overseas and it has already made seven times its production budget alone. Paul Verhoeven’s Hollow Man opened to .41 million in the late summer of 2000 and went on to gross .2 million even with an awful 27% rating from critics. Can word-of-mouth catch on to put The Invisible Man into that territory?Interesting factoid that among the Blumhouse productions to open to million or more (16 in all that include four Paranormal Activity films, three Insidious, three Purges and three Shyamalans) only four of them (Get Out, Paranormal Activity, Split and Glass) managed a 2.6 multiple or higher over their opening weekend. Whannell’s film is also only the second film on that list to score over 90% with critics. With an average multiple on that list of 2.67, we’ll set the first estimate on Invisible at million. Fresh Surprise: My Hero Academia Rises (Photo by Funimation)Funimation released the anime feature My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising on Wednesday where it opened to .52 million. Through its first five days in 1,275 theaters it is up to .5 million. This may not be quite as big as their release of last year’s Dragon Ball Super: Broly which started with a .23 million in its first five days (including a .81 million weekend), but that also was over the MLK holiday which boosted just a tad. When the anime studio released My Hero Academia: Two Heroes in September 2018, it opened on a Tuesday to 7,636 and had grossed .96 million through the weekend in six days, so this is certainly a step up and a growing trend that fans are here for it. Rotten Returns: Wendy Fails To Fly(Photo by Searchlight)Benh Zeitlin’s Peter Pan interpretation, Wendy, did not do much for Searchlight Pictures this weekend. Only grossing ,000, that is one of the worst showings in the studio’s history for a film released in four theaters, ahead of only Dom Hemingway (,276) and I, Origins (,652). Its 40% rating with critics is also less than half of Zeitlin s Oscar-nominated Beasts of the Southern Wild (87%).The Top 10 And Beyond: Sonic Still Spin Dashing For DollarsParamount’s Sonic the Hedgehog took second place this weekend with million. Its total of 8.3 million after 17 days is the 9th best ever for a February opener. Sonic is up to 5 million worldwide putting the film into profit this weekend and putting it on a path to join some of the successes the studio had last year such as Rocketman, Crawl and Pet Sematary.Disney’s 20th Century Studios’ The Call of the Wild was actually besting Sonic from Monday-to-Thursday but it drifted behind again. That is hardly the best news for this expensive project. million domestic plus another million internationally = a pretty gigantic bomb. It may ultimately pass Dolittle on the red chart in the books, but not by a whole lot. This latest adaptation of Jack London’s story currently sits around Bridge to Terabithia and Eight Below for February-based family films after ten days, but had a weaker second weekend than either of them which suggests a final gross in the million range. That would normally be pretty solid. Except this is a 5 million production that may not even gross much more than half of what the Robert Downey Jr. animal film has done worldwide (5 million). That will make it unavoidable when people look back on 2020 making the list of the biggest losers of the year.In better news, Sony’s Bad Boys for Life is poised to pass the 0 million mark by next weekend. It has reached 0 million worldwide. Universal’s 1917 is over 2 million worldwide, 5 million of that in the U.S. Then as we have reported for weeks the news for Birds of Prey is just not good, on pace as we suggested last week between -92 million final.Finally we have the last stands for two of this year’s horror entries. Fantasy Island is on its way out of the top ten and is going to settle for somewhere in the Happy Death Day 2U range of million. Brahms: The Boy II looks unlikely to reach million as it made as much as Impractical Jokers: The Movie did in their second week expansion to 1,705 theaters. .5 million for the practical joke TV series gone feature brings its total up to .6 million. Not exactly Jackass money, but still not too shabby.Neon can take pride in not only having a Best Picture winner under their belt in Parasite, but it is now just the fifth film not in the English language to gross over million in the U.S.
Chadwick Boseman was destined to immortalize legends because he was a legend in the making the entire time that he was with us.I loved playing baseball growing up and Jackie Robinson was huge in the cultivation of my love for the sport. After my first viewing of 42, I remember being enthralled with Chadwick because he made me feel like I finally knew Robinson beyond what I had learned of him through documentaries and books. I left the theater with a greater appreciation for someone who had already had such a significant impact on my life long after his death. I can only imagine how seeing 42 as a child would have further inspired me, connecting me to an ancestor by reminding me that it was a flesh-and-blood human being who did these extraordinary things. It brings me great joy to know my child and so many other children will have this humanized, knowable version of Robinson thanks to Chadwick’s incredible performance.The same can be said for his portrayal of Civil Right activist and eventual Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall in Marshall. Chadwick brought the same personable touch he displayed in 42 to a man who had always been larger than life for my entire existence because of his impact during and well after the Civil Rights Movement.Chadwick brought an incredible degree of care, and purpose, to the table when he took on such legendary roles. In interviews, he discussed his understanding of the impact these heroes had and what they meant to us; on screen you can feel the responsibility he felt playing them. He was such a gifted vessel, bringing such a humanity to these figures without making them feel any smaller than their places in history. It’s easier to connect and learn from those who came before you when you can see parts of yourself in them. Chadwick knew this.(Photo by ©Warner Bros. Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection)While his depictions of real-life heroes hold great significance, and earned him great acclaim, his most powerful work came from a fictional character whom he made feel real as these legendary men.Chadwick Boseman will be remembered mostly by young Black children as T Challa, the Black Panther. The humility he brought to this powerful character made him relatable in ways that inspired record-breaking numbers of moviegoers. He made the Black Panther indestructible to time. The world of Black Panther became something incredibly special thanks to Chadwick and everyone involved in bringing its characters to life. Because of Chadwick and his fellow creatives, Wakanda is no longer just this fictional place, it s a connection for all of us across the diaspora to come together to celebrate each other and share joy in what this level of representation meant collectively and individually.You may remember the many campaigns created to raise money to take children to see Black Panther in theaters; these educators, parents, and others understood the importance of what it means for kids to see people who look like them being superheroes. These ordinary people became heroes within their communities. The way the young, the old, and everyone in between dressed in costumes or their Sunday Best to go to the movies in celebration is something I will never forget. And the beauty of it all is that the momentum continues. For years to come, Black Panther will continue to release the energy it absorbed through our jubilant commemoration of it, just like the suit Chadwick wore on screen.(Photo by D. Stevens/©Universal Pictures/Courtesy Everett Collection)I am so happy that, as a community, we celebrated Black Panther the way we did and never reined in our love. I hope Chadwick felt the force of that love and that thoughts of it brought him some comfort when he needed it most. I hope when he made his walk into the ancestral planes to take his place alongside long-lost loved ones and the legends he immortalized, he was enveloped with the same love and passion he left for us here on the other side.I hope he knows that he inspired so many to be the hero of their own stories because we were all able to witness him be the hero of his own.
After delays following the shutdown of theaters in the wake of COVID-19, Disney’s live-action take on Mulan is finally being released – on the Mouse House’s streaming service, Disney+. Earlier this year, Rotten Tomatoes Editor Jacqueline Coley sat down with director Niki Caro, and stars Yifei Liu, Jet Li, and Donnie Yen, to talk about the importance of the Mulan story in Chinese culture, the task of adapting the beloved Disney cartoon to a live-action format, and how Li and Yen’s daughters played a big part in convincing them to join the film.Mulan will be available on Disney+ for .99 on September 4.
(Photo by HBO)Wondering when your favorite show is wrapping, or whether this season is its last? Check out the calendar below to find out TV s fall finale dates.Upcoming finales: See: season 1 (Dec. 6), Silicon Valley: season 6 (Dec. 8), Madam Secretary: season 6 (Dec. 8), Mrs. Fletcher: season 1 (Dec. 8).December| FutureARCHIVE: January | February | March | April | May | June | July | August | September | October | NovemberAlso: 2019 Premiere Dates | Renewed CancelledLike this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week. DecemberMonday, Dec. 2Love Hip Hop: Hollywood: Season 6, 8 p.m., WH1Friday, Dec. 6See: Season 1 (2019) 44% Apple TV+Sunday, Dec. 8Silicon Valley: Season 6 (2019) 94% 10 p.m., HBOMadam Secretary: Season 6 (2019) 10:30 p.m., CBSMrs. Fletcher: Limited Series (2019) 82% 10:55 p.m., HBOMonday, Dec. 9Cartel Crew: Season 2 (2019) 9 p.m. VH1Wrap Battle: Season 1 (2019) 10 p.m. FreeformTuesday, Dec. 10The Moodys: Season 1 (2019) 64% 9 p.m. FoxTotal Divas: Season 9, 10 p.m., E!Wednesday, Dec. 11Castle Rock: Season 2, HuluMaking It: Season 2 (2019) 10 p.m. NBCSouth Park: Season 23 (2019) 50% 10 p.m. Comedy CentralSaturday, Dec. 14Ready to Love: Season 1, 10 p.m., OWNSunday, Dec. 15Watchmen: Season 1, 9 p.m., HBOMonday, Dec. 16The Great Christmas Light Fight: Season 7, 8 p.m., ABCTuesday, Dec. 17The Voice: Season 17, 9 p.m., NBCThe Purge: Season 2, 9 p.m., USAThe Real Housewives of Orange County: Season 14, 9 p.m., BravoCounting On: Season 10, 9 p.m., TLCAmbitions: Season 2, 10 p.m., OWNTreadstone: Season 1, 10 p.m., USAThe Misery Index: Season 1, 10:30 p.m., TBSWednesday, Dec. 18Survivor: Season 39, 8 p.m., CBSThe Masked Singer: Season 2, 8 p.m., FoxBorn This Way: Season 4, 9 p.m., A EThe Real Housewives of Dallas: Season 4, 9 p.m., BravoThursday, Dec. 19Temptation Island: Season 2, 9 p.m., USAFriday, Dec. 20For All Mankind: Season 1 (2019) 74% Apple TV+The Morning Show: Season 1 (2019) 61% Apple TV+Van Helsing: Season 4, 10 p.m., SyfyFutureMonday, Mar. 9All American: Season 2 (2019) 100% The CWBlack Lightning: Season 3 (2019) 89% The CWDecember| FutureARCHIVE: January | February | March | April | May | June | July | August | September | October | NovemberAlso: 2019 Premiere Dates | Renewed Cancelled
九游会手机端 1. Hallelujah As anyone who has ever watched a televised talent competition will tell you, Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” has been subjected to its fair share of abuse over the years. Nowhere, though, has the song been more thoroughly beaten up than in this scene from Zack Snyder’s Watchmen, an otherwise fascinating superhero flick that has its hardcore defenders. What was a powerful moment in the graphic novel is laughable here, as Nite Owl (Patrick Wilson) and Silk Spectre (Malin Akerman) trade grunty-faces in their steampunk binoculars-looking sex pod all while the booming voice of Cohen… booms. Just when you think it can’t get any worse, the pod shoots flames at the moment of climax. Disagree, passionately? Let us know in the comments, and share your favorite so-bad-they re-good movie sex scenes.
Within Our Gates. (Photo by Courtesy the Everett Collection)We live in a time where some of the highest-paid actors in Hollywood are African American, and some of the most impactful films in theaters and on streaming – as well as the most profitable – are directed by African Americans. It’s the same story in music, pop culture, on YouTube and TikTok, and beyond: In today’s media landscape, the influence of Black creators and of the Black perspective is outsized.It wasn’t always that way, especially in film. Going back in time, there was generally a deep segregation in the industry – one could argue there still is, but that’s another story – that was reflected on the screen from the earliest days of American cinema. With Black creators largely relegated to the sidelines, and Black performers largely forced to conform to, and thus reinforce, stereotypes in major Hollywood films throughout the 20th century, true representation of Black lives in the country was absent from the screen. But one group of filmmakers pushed back, founding a genre of films made by and for African Americans right back to the medium’s infancy, combating stereotypes and setting the tone for an independent Black cinema right through to today. This genre is called “race films.”Body and Soul. (Photo by Courtesy the Everett Collection)What are “race films”? First, a bit on the history from which they emerged. In the deeply troubled history of American cinema, there has always been a tension between who could play what on screen. For African Americans, the legacy of the “minstrel shows” that had set the groundwork for Black representation in much of American popular culture in the late 19th century would set the stage for how African Americans could and would be portrayed on screen when the technology of the movies came along. Consider one of our earliest cinematic works, 1913’s Edison’s Minstrels, which featured whites in Black face and which is generally considered one of the first films to match sound with a minstrel show. (You can read contemporaneous reviews of Edison s display below.)The long tradition of segregation – a.k.a. Jim Crow, a.k.a. “the color line” – further defined what roles African Americans could play on screen for a large part of the century; Hollywood usually cast us as singers or dancers, or as maids, butlers, porters, and other servants. (So much have these representations echoed, even to today, that filmmakers like Spike Lee [with Bamboozled], Jordan Peele [with Get Out], and Ryan Coogler [with Black Panther] continue to resist and hit back at these early stereotypes.)(Photo by Courtesy the Everett Collection )The long shadow of the color line cut through all aspects of movies: not just in typecasting, but in segregated theaters and, of course, the absence of people of color behind the lens. Under the harsh divisions of the color line, the thriving but limited African American cinema suffered – between the late 1940s and 1969, there were almost no movies directed by African Americans released commercially. It’s a pretty shocking fact, but all too consistent with the de facto segregation that limited opportunities.Race films developed alongside and in reaction to this industry that pigeonholed African Americans or shut them out completely, and date back to as early as 1920 and the works of legendary African American filmmaker Oscar Micheaux. In a way – and heart on one hand, here – they were a straight-jacket approach to creating Black art that mirrored the segregation of the times, having to generally be produced outside of the Hollywood system. They featured actors who were of African heritage, and the films were significant for showcasing how talented actors could do more than play the stereotyped roles offered to them in major studio releases. And they were produced by independent production companies and focused on the everyday life of what it meant to be Black in America.The Scar of Shame. (Photo by Courtesy the Everett Collection)While the system was a product and mirror of segregation, it also fostered an entire generation of independent African American filmmakers and helped establish a “Black cinema” in America, an artform and system where Black directors were empowered to be independent – raising money, shooting and editing, and scoring films themselves. These movies gave African American audiences and actors a forum to articulate their own identity outside of the studio system which rarely bothered with the full spectrum of that identity.Among the most influential players in race films were white-owned film production groups like Reol Productions/Norman Studios, which propelled Edna Morton, one of the first major African American screen sirens, to stardom, as well as the highly regarded studios of African American filmmakers Micheaux (Micheaux Film and Book Company), and Spencer Williams of Amos ’n’ Andy fame, whose Amegro Films produced the classic 1941 race film, The Blood of Jesus.There are so many films today that show us the complexities of contemporary African American life, from Julie Dash’s poetic Daughters of the Dust and Charles Burnett’s Killer of Sheep, to the work of Tyler Perry and on to Ava DuVernay’s films and those from her production company, Array, and beyond. But it’s always good to know that as great as things are now – or at least, as much as they are improving – we should never lose track of where things used to be and the pioneers who worked to create their art within those constraints.As always in American cinema: It’s complicated.DJ Spooky, a.k.a. Paul D. Miller, is a composer, multimedia artist, and writer whose work immerses audiences in a blend of genres, global culture, and environmental and social issues. He is the Executive Producer of Pioneers of African American Cinema, a collection of the earliest films made by African American directors, which was released on DVD in 2015.Read reviews of Race FilmsAs part of the RT Archives Project, Miller chose the below films to help give readers a historical perspective on race films. The Rotten Tomatoes team sourced (mostly) contemporaneous reviews for each, so you can read what critics and writers had to say about them at the time of their release. 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九游会手机端 Adjusted Score: 88995% Critics Consensus: Live Free or Die Hard may be preposterous, but it's an efficient, action-packed summer popcorn flick with thrilling stunts and a commanding performance by Bruce Willis. Fans of the previous Die Hard films will not be disappointed. Synopsis: As the nation prepares to celebrate Independence Day, veteran cop John McClane (Bruce Willis) carries out another routine assignment: bringing... [More] Starring: Bruce Willis, Justin Long, Timothy Olyphant, Cliff Curtis Directed By: Len Wiseman