亚博网下载采用百度引擎1（Baidu 0）This month’s baker’s dozen of televisual offerings boasts timely, social-conscious comedies and dramas; a pair of reboots of beloved classics; several superhero (and otherwise witchily powered) protagonists; and one of the most engrossing and original cat-and-mouse thrillers of the new millennium. Buckle up, because April’s going to keep you busy!The Twilight Zone 66% (CBS All Access)What it is: A reboot of creator Rod Sterling’s eerie and prescient anthological classic from 1959, now hosted and produced by modern master of horror Jordan Peele (an Oscar winner for Get Out and record-breaker for Us)? All we can say is: Sign us up. Why you should watch it: When it comes to horror series that episodically tackle various social and political matters through a sci-fi and technology-driven lens, Netflix’s Black Mirror has been the buzzy new kid on the block for four seasons strong. But there’s still nothing like the taste of an original, and with Peele at the helm, this Twilight Zone is in more than capable hands. Catch up on the original series then tune in to season 1 of this reboot, which streams on CBS All Access April 1. Where to watch it: Amazon, Google Play, Microsoft, Netflix, VuduCommitment: Approx. 65 hours (for the original first five seasons)The Last O.G. (TBS)What it is: The Last O.G. is a laugh-out-loud comedy series with something to say. Following ex-con Tray (Tracy Morgan) as he readjusts to life in a gentrified Brooklyn after 15 years behind bars, the half-hour is ripe for fish-out-of-water gags while also portraying social matters of the day. Why you should watch it: Is Jordan Peele taking over the world? Apparently — because he’s also got credits this month as the co-creator of this acclaimed comedy series on TBS. Starring a never-better Morgan and Girls Trip breakout-turned-bonafide star Tiffany Haddish as his estranged ex, there’s no reason why the very funny Last O.G. shouldn’t make your binge list this month. Season 2 premieres April 2 on TBS. Where to watch it: Amazon, Google Play, Microsoft, Netflix, VuduCommitment: Approx. 3.5 hours (for the first season)Brockmire 98% (IFC)What it is: After suffering a public meltdown in the aftermath of his wife’s string of affairs, nationally acclaimed sports announcer Jim Brockmire (Hank Azaria) turns to drugs and alcohol to cope. Then one day, 10 years later, he decides to pick himself up, move to a small town, and get back to work calling games for the minor league Morristown Frackers.Why you should watch it: Six-time Emmy winner Azaria is perhaps best known for his voice work on The Simpsons, but it’s always a pleasure to watch him get to work in front of the camera. The laughs still land. To watch his growth through the titular Brockmire’s character arc in the first two seasons is simply great (and easily binge-able) comedic TV — and that’s not to mention the firecracker energy Amanda Peet brings as Azaria’s co-lead. Season 3 premieres April 3.Where to watch it: Amazon, Google Play, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 6.5 hours (for the first two seasons)Cloak and Dagger 87% (Freeform)What it is: Marvel is at its best when highlighting young heroes who are in over their head while learning the gifts and limits to their newfound superpowers. Cloak Dagger comes with the twist that Tandy Bowen and Tyrone Johnson’s powers — emitting light and engulfing in darkness, respectively — are the yin to the other s yang, inexplicably connected and best when joined together. Their vastly different backgrounds make them unlikely partners, as do their growing feelings for one another. Why you should watch it: The chemistry between leads Tandy (Olivia Holt) and Tyrone (Aubrey Joseph) is the kind of urgent magnetism you can’t look away from — which makes a season 1 binge of this teen-oriented action-drama series go down easy. See what all the buzz is about before season 2 premieres on Freeform April 4. Where to watch it: Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, Hulu, VuduCommitment: Approx. 7 hours (for the first season)Chilling Adventures of Sabrina 81% (Netflix)What it is: Based on the beloved Archie comic and from creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, this iteration of Sabrina the Teenage Witch has a dark and spooky twist, charting the titular witch’s (Kiernan Shipka) coming of age as she’s forced to choose between human normalcy and her magic’s haunting lore.Why you should watch it: Who says Halloween can’t come early? Chilling Adventures of Sabrina was a hit out the gate last fall upon its debut, which was followed up by a Christmas special, satiating the appetites of Riverdale fans and the Melissa Joan Hart 90s series alike. Lucky for you, even more chilling adventures await this month. Season 2 premieres April 5.Where to watch: NetflixCommitment: Approx. 11 hours (for the first season)The Tick 95% (Amazon Prime)What it is: Creator Ben Edlund brings beloved comic-book The Tick to Amazon Prime, where his titular hero (here played by Peter Serafinowicz) tries to save his city from the presumed-dead supervillain secretly pulling political strings in the underground: the Terror. Why you should watch it: The Tick finds the perfect blend between superheroic, shoot-’em-up action and silly camp and comedy. Plus, the bromance between Serafinowicz’s hero and his unassuming sidekick, Arthur (Griffin Newman), is one for the books.Where to watch it: AmazonCommitment: Approx. 5 hours (for the first season)The Chi (Showtime)What it is: You’ve never seen Chicago like this. Created by Master of None Emmy winner Lena Waithe, this Showtime series portrays the city’s South Side neighborhood as a tapestry of want and need, violence and love, and altogether human after our central four heroes (played by Jason Mitchell, Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine, Jacob Latimore, and Alex R. Hibbert) are brought together in unexpected ways after one life- and community-altering event. Why you should watch it: The Chi is an unflinching, authentic, and timely coming-of-age drama boasting some of the best actors and writers — well-known and otherwise — working today. While the series’ namesake city has become a talking point of good and bad on Capitol Hill, it offers a timely look at some of the social and justice issues being debated in that spotlight today while still being nuanced, character-driven entertainment. Season 2 premieres on Showtime April 7.Where to watch it: Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, Hulu, VuduCommitment: Approx. 8 hours (for the first season)Killing Eve 89% (BBC America)What it is: From the mind of Fleabag’s Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Killing Eve is a female-driven cat-and-mouse espionage thriller between a globetrotting assassin, Villanelle (Jodie Comer), and a MI5 security operative, the titular Eve (Sandra Oh).Why you should watch it: There is something so effortlessly watchable and utterly likable about Oh, and the fact that Killing Eve gives her the opportunity to flex that charm (and brains and brawn and sensuality — the list goes on) as a top-billed leading lady is reason enough to watch. The fact that she’s met mark-for-mark by relative newcomer Comer is the reason you’ll stick around for the binge and want more when you’re done. Season 2 premieres on BBC America April 7. Where to watch it: Amazon, Google Play, Hulu, MicrosoftCommitment: Approx. 6 hours (for the first season)Game of Thrones 89% (HBO)What it is: This critical darling and fan-favorite fantasy series needs no introduction. Based on George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire book series, Game of Thrones charts the rise and fall of families and kingdoms in the mythical Westeros as one after another fights for the Iron Throne.Why you should watch it: Over the course of its seven seasons, Game of Thrones has tapped into the cultural zeitgeist, become Monday’s mandatory water-cooler conversation, and stirred national debate on what’s to come for its ensemble of beloved characters. Fan theories abound, so if you’re new to Westeros, stay away from Reddit until you’re all caught up. We promise it’s an adventure you don’t want to miss. Season 8 (its last) premieres on HBO April 14.Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNOW, Google Play, HBO Now, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 65 hours (for the first seven seasons)Bosch 97% (Amazon Prime)What it is: Titus Welliver stars as Harry Bosch, a steely, determined homicide detective keeping watch over the City of Angels in this Amazon Prime original series. Each season follows one major case and strikes the perfect balance between contemporary crime grit and smooth, yesteryear noir.Why you should watch it: Bosch may be the best crime series you’ve never heard of. Change that! Co-creator Eric Ellis Overmyer is a seasoned vet of the genre, with roots planted firmly in the crime genre. Homicide: The Movie and Law Order both earned him Emmy nominations in 2000 and 2002, respectively. He knows his way around the daily dramas of LAPD homicide and proves the perfect collaborator for the source material’s author, Michael Connelly. Season 5 premieres on Amazon Prime April 19.Where to watch: AmazonCommitment: About 30 hours (for the first four seasons)Cobra Kai 93% (YouTube Premium)What it is: Cobra Kai charts the re-opening of The Karate Kid’s infamous Cobra Kai dojo from none other than Johnny Lawrence himself. It makes for a modern-day twist on the classic 1980s film franchise.Why you should watch it: It’s 2018, and nostalgia is the name of the game. Luckily, Cobra Kai, from creator Robert Mark Kamen, has it in spades. Featuring committed performances from Karate Kid original players Ralph Macchio as Daniel and William Zabka as Johnny, this reboot feels as comfortable and entertaining as ever, and it’s further brought to life by an ensemble of young actors finding their own footing in the discipline of karate. Season 2 premieres on YouTube Premium (formerly YouTube Red) April 24.Where to watch it: YouTube PremiumCommitment: Approx. 5 hours (for the first season)The 100 93% (The CW)What it is: Here’s another intelligent, original take on the post-nuclear apocalypse from Jason Rothenberg for the CW. Set 97 years after nuclear war wiped out humanity, the mere thousands remaining survived by escaping on an ark-like spaceship that remained within Earth’s orbit. The twisty caveat? The series’ title represents the 100 juvenile prisoners who, against their will, are forced out of the Ark and back to Earth to learn if it’s habitable. To their surprise, it turns out that some humans lived through the nuclear war from the century prior — and not all of them are ready to befriend the young visitors.Why you should watch it: As is the case with much of the CW’s slate of programming, The 100 is led by an impressive ensemble of young, breakout actors who are made all the more impressive by their series’ meatier material. Plus with an air-tight concept as its foundation, there’s a reason we’ve been coming back for five seasons now. Season 6 premieres April 30.Where to watch it: Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, Netflix, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 50 hours (for the first five seasons)Thumbnail photo credits: Game of Thrones by Helen Sloane/HBO; Cobra Kai for YouTube Premium; Killing Eve for BBC AMERICA/Sid Gentle Films Ltd.
Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw (2019) 67% Fans of the Fast Furious franchise are likely aware of the off-screen feud between stars Vin Diesel and Dwayne Johnson, but Universal found a way to have its cake and eat it, too. Though Johnson won t appear in the forthcoming Fast Furious 9, he and former series villain Jason Statham headline this week s Hobbs Shaw, the first spinoff of the franchise, which hopes to deliver the same kinds of high-octane thrills that have characterized the past few films. Vanessa Kirby joins the gang as a rogue MI6 agent on the run from a genetically cyber-enhanced would-be supervillain in the form of Idris Elba, and it s up to Johnson s Luke Hobbs and Statham s Deckard Shaw to put their differences aside in order to save the agent and neutralize the threat. It s pretty standard stuff, as far as globetrotting action blockbusters go, but critics say Hobbs Shaw benefits from the easy chemistry between its leads, who play off each other with fairly effective comedic timing, and a strong turn from Kirby, who gets plenty of her own chances to shine. All that said, the film is patently ridiculous, and some critics found elements of it a bit too far over-the-top, even for a Fast Furious movie. But when you come to one of these, you know what you re in for, and Hobbs Shaw more or less delivers exactly that.亚博网下载除了率土like游戏，传统的slg手游也有很大的发展。比如《鼎足争霸》，虽然核心攻城玩法依然采用传统的城池道路的模式，但是在游戏细节处理上加入了大量养成玩法和创新设计，使得游戏的有了更高的品质。
The long wait for more of Netflix s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is over, as new episodes arrive on Friday.When we left off, 16-year-old half-witch, half-mortal Sabrina Spellman (Kiernan Shipka) had finally signed her name in the Book of the Beast, in turn devoting herself to the Dark Lord and the Church of Night in an attempt to disrupt the Church s operations and prevent her hometown of Greendale from being overrun by the underworld.Of course, Sabrina’s plan — or lack thereof — represents only one aspect of the new episodes, as Rotten Tomatoes learned from the cast when we visited the set back in November. Here are five highlights coming in Part 2.1. Sabrina Strikes a Balance Between Two Worlds(Photo by Netflix)Despite signing her name in the Book of the Beast, Sabrina will try to maintain a balance between her old (human) and new (witch) lives. And though those worlds are still very far apart, Shipka said, “they just feel an inch closer, which, I think, just sort of adds a bit of tension and a bit of excitement to the whole thing.”She added that it still represents “a massive shift” in the dynamic between Sabrina and her best friends Roz (Jaz Sinclair) and Susie (Lachlan Watson), who will also face new challenges in the upcoming episodes. And while Sabrina wants to strike a true balance between her devotion to her friends and the Academy of Unseen Arts, the teen could potentially never find it.“I think her life is going to be ever-changing,” Shipka explained. “Maybe she ll find a spot that feels like it s right, but there is a very long haul to go before Sabrina finds any stability.”Of course, rocking that stability will be the continued charade orchestrated by Madame Satan (Michelle Gomez) in the guise of Ms. Wardwell. As Shipka put it, their relationships will change as Sabrina feels more understood by Ms. Wardwell than anyone else in the mortal or witch worlds. But because of this, Madame Satan can steer Sabrina toward choices “in a way that Sabrina doesn t even know is happening.”“Clearly, that s one of the few relationships in the show that Sabrina is a bit oblivious to, Shipka added. [But] as both of their agendas become increasingly different, it results in some shenanigans of sorts.”2. Relationships Will Change(Photo by Netflix)Shenanigans of an entirely different sort will occur as hormones are added into the mix. For one thing, the sexuality on display at the Academy of Unseen Arts is something Sabrina still needs to adjust to.“Sabrina sometimes feels like a fish out of water,” Shipka said. “There s definitely a storyline about that.”Meanwhile, she will continue to have conflicted feelings about breaking things off with her mortal boyfriend Harvey (Ross Lynch).“To a certain extent there s that love that s always going to be there,” Shipka said. “I do think that she is a little broken. But I think that Sabrina s a fixer. She likes to fix things.”And as trailers and photos from the show s second batch of episodes suggest, that fixing may involve one Nick Scratch (Gavin Leatherwood). Nick and Sabrina will grow closer throughout Part 2.“I think they really complement each other well, what with Sabrina taking on this darker edge and her witchy side. Nick s really privy to that world and is a good partner, as far as all that goes,” Leatherwood said, adding that the obvious affinity Nick has for Sabrina will continue to be explored throughout the season. “He s just starting to kind of dive into and explore what love is, he added. While witches and warlocks are more prone to lust and passion, Nick’s curiosity about the mortal form of love could also lead him to become “a dark, jealous lover.”Harvey won t be pining for Sabrina all season long, as trailers for the season have revealed that the character might embark on a new romance with Roz. But there s no betrayal there — Lynch said it s a pretty organic development now that Sabrina is out of the picture.“I think they ve realized that they ve always been really good friends, and they ve always had a good connection,” he said. “They quite like each other and they bond over being mortals and being outside of the magic world.”Sinclair said the possibility of a relationship between the characters was something of a “surprise” to read in the scripts, but “it almost feels like a little bit of an older version of Roz and Harvey come together because their relationship dynamic is just so different than Sabrina and Harvey.”At the same time, the actress was concerned how it would change things between Roz and Sabrina. “One of the things that was really important to me was that I did put my friendship first in the script,” she said — which means you should expect a conversation between the two about Harvey sooner rather than later. 3. Embracing Susie s Non-Binary Truth(Photo by Netflix)While the gender-fluid nature of Susie Putnam was always present within Part 1, the story only had a few chances to focus on that aspect of the character. This will change in Part 2 as Susie continues to learn from the ghost of Dorothea Putnam (Anastasia Bandey) and further embrace the character s truth.“I think right now Susie s on a bit of a solo crusade in a way,” Watson said, referring to the character with the gender-neutral pronoun they. “I think they’re still finding who they are as an individual, and I think it s very jarring to see this one queer kid in this sea of people at Baxter High.”Added the actor, who identifies as non-binary, hopefully we ll branch out a little bit past that. Watson also expressed a hope that Susie will find a “less ghostly” life influence — maybe even a non-binary person living their truth to see how that affects Susie and to see that positive relationship. I think that is so important to show people nowadays that a support group is everything. It s just such an incredible feeling, and it s something that I, as a kid, wanted to see reflected back at me and never could. To have that opportunity to show that to the world has been amazing.”Beyond learning about presenting an authentic self, Susie will also learn more about the Putnams’ past in Greendale and the family s historic relationship to the Spellmans.4. Hilda Continues Her Trek Into the Mortal World While Ambrose Gets a Reprieve(Photo by Netflix)Though she’s spent decades as a helper, Hilda Spellman (Lucy Davis) continues her journey into the mortal world thanks to her job at the bookstore and a tentative relationship with its not-entirely-mortal proprietor, Dr. Cee (Alessandro Juliani). There will be what Davis described as “an issue” between two characters, but “it turns nice.” Also, the kindly Spellman sister will continue to come out of Zelda’s (Miranda Otto) shadow.“I ve just done an episode where it surprised me — an action that Hilda took in order to help Zelda,” she teased. “I was kind of pleased with it, and then I was like, ‘Oh, that s big though, isn t it?’ Nonetheless, Davis is convinced the core of the character remains unchanged.“She s a helper, she said. But she s also having her own life and doing some things that in the past Zelda would ve said no to and she would ve probably just obeyed. Meanwhile, Ambrose (Chance Perdomo) continues to stretch his legs a bit as the reprieve from his house arrest continues to widen — all thanks to Father Blackwood (Richard Coyle).“It very much is a new world for him. The only experience he has of the world for the last 75 years has been lived vicariously through funerals, probably the internet, maybe a bit of Netflix, and his aunties,” he explained. “So he s quite concerned and hesitant to jump right into the ranks of Blackwood s society. But he s very much drawn to power, as episode eight says, ‘drawn to powerful father figures.’ So he can t resist it and help himself, but he s still got his eye out.”Ambrose’s need for strong father figures no doubt played a role in the Vatican job that lead to his house arrest in the first place, and Perdomo teased that those events will “haunt him to the point where he must do something about it. Ambrose s past is a cauldron, [and] it s beginning to bubble.”5. Zelda s New Role(Photo by Netflix)While the cast remained mainly tight-lipped about developments in the season that weren t included in the trailer, just about everyone was excited to talk about Zelda’s upcoming change in status within the Church of Night. Though it s too much of a spoiler to reveal specifics, the cast did offer a few reactions to the plot point.“[Sabrina] has a lot of thoughts,” Shipka teased. “Surprise, surprise, she doesn t keep her mouth shut [about it], either.”Davis said the development was both “devastating and brilliant at the same time.”Added Perdomo, “It just gets darker and creepier.”As Otto explained, Zelda s journey in season 2 is very much about attaining power. [She’s] trying to realize some of her ambitions. She s attracted to power like a moth to a flame, really.”And while it is a very personal tale for Zelda, Otto said it mirrors some of Sabrina’s journey in Part 2 as Sabrina discovers her witch side and what her own power entails — which also means there will be some sacrifices for both. According to Otto, Zelda maintains a faith that it will be worth it to attain her goal.“At times I think Zelda s like a politician in that way, she said. She s sort of playing a long game of where she wants to get the family to. Of course, one thing which could threaten her long-game plans is her decision to steal one of the Blackwood infants at the end of Part 1. Though the child was sent off to be raised by secluded witch Dezmelda (Brenda McDonald) at the conclusion of the Sabrina holiday special, the truth could still bubble up to the surface.“That s a dirty secret and it does plague Zelda,” Otto teased.Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Part 2 hits Netflix on Friday, April 5.
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9.65.7 5月喜迎All of Wanda s many costumes in the new Marvel #SuperBowl spot featuring #WandaVision. pic.twitter.com/B4oTBffBUU Rotten Tomatoes (@RottenTomatoes) February 3, 2020Trailer for Minions: The Rise of Gru (2022) For the newest entry in the Minions/Despicable Me Saga – yes, we re going with saga – the folks at Illumination are taking audiences back to the beginning, with an origin story for the lovable hero/villain, Gru. The movie follows 12-year-old Gru s dream to become the greatest supervillain the world has ever seen.In theaters July 3, 2020. Trailer for No Time to Die (2021) 84%Want a super-clear look at Rami Malik as villain Safin in the 25th Bond film? You got it with the Super Bowl TV spot for No Time To Die. The latest trailer for Daniel Craig s (supposed) final outing as Bond begins with 007 and Nomi (Lashana Lynch) flying a plane and ends with a quick-cut montage of the franchise s current cast of characters (plus a portrait of Judi Dench s M). In between: All action, spectacle, and Bond-ness.In theaters April 10, 2020. Trailer for Black Widow (2021) 79%Disney and Marvel Studios Super Bowl spot for Black Widow didn t show too much we hadn t seen from the first trailer, though keen eyes will note a few more glances of villain Taskmaster. Plus, the new spot gives a handful of new looks at Florence Pugh s Yelena Belova in action with Natasha and suggests both women may be forced to make choices between allegiances when the film lands in theaters this May.In theaters May 1, 2020. Trailer for Top Gun: Maverick (2022) Paramount kicked things off, pre-kick off, with a spot for their upcoming long-in-the-making sequel Top Gun: Maverick. The movie stars original Top Gun leads Tom Cruise and Val Kilmer, along with newcomers Jon Hamm, Miles Teller, Jennifer Connelly, Jay Ellis, Manny Jacinto and more. The trailer was timed to play just after the national anthem and air force flyover – nice.In theaters June 26, 2020. Trailer for The Invisible Man (2020) 91%Blumhouse s remake of The Invisible Man dropped a TV spot ahead of the game, showcasing Elisabeth Moss s bravura woman-on-the-verge performance as the domestic abuse victim still haunted by her supposedly dead ex. The movie comes courtesy of Saw creator and Upgrade director Leigh Whannell, and co-stars Aldis Hodge, Storm Reid, and The Haunting of Hill House s Oliver Jackson-Cohen.In theaters February 28, 2020. Trailers for F9 The Fast Saga (2021) 59%: The Fast Saga Welcome to the family, John Cena – now get the f k out. The first trailer for F9: The Fast Saga (official title, alert!) was released before the Super Bowl and features John Cena as our primary villain and brother to Dom (Vin Diesel). The action is as insane as ever, with some Indiana-Jones-meets-Furious vibes, and the trailer s stinger has put the internet and fans of Tokyo Drift into a frenzy: with the return Sung Kang (somehow) it appears fans may finally be getting justice for Han.During the first quarter, Universal dropped a short spot for the film which plays as a highlights reel for the longer trailer.In theaters May 22, 2020. Trailer for Mulan (2020) 73% There is not even a hint of the rousing instrumental version of Reflection that fans heard in the last trailer here: Instead, it s all deep breathing and thrilling warfare in a 30-second spot that seems to be playing up the action half of Niki Caro s live-action Mulan.The 30-second spot was released ahead of its debut on game day, and following the spot s premiere Disney released a full trailer online.In theaters March 27, 2020. Trailer for A Quiet Place Part II (2021) 91% There are people out there, people worth saving. With that one breathy line-reading, Emily Blunt seems to be telling us that the sequel to Paramount s 2018 smash horror hit will see our central family turn from survivors to saviors, heading out into the world – quietly – to rescue folks just like them. Also: John Krasinski is BACK, at least in a flashback scene we suspect will open the movie, and the train-carriage moment at the end is giving us the kind of chills that made us love the Certified Fresh original so much.In theaters March 20, 2020. Trailer for Sonic the Hedgehog (2020) 63% The latest trailer for Sonic the Hedgehog, which is out in just days, plays into the Super Bowl theme, with Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas and Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey cameo-ing to talk about a certain speedy blue guy. Also featured are runner and Olympic medallist Allyson Felix and race car driver Kyle Busch, who soon discover that the person directing this inspirational doc is actually Sonic himself.In theaters February 14, 2020. Trailer for The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run You won t learn too much new in this fast-cut trailer for the upcoming CG Spongebob movie, but we do get another glimpse of Keanu Reeves as a sage, which is something we will never say no to.In theaters May 22, 2020.Trailer for Hunters: Season 1 (2020) 65% The latest spot for the Jordan Peele-produced Nazi-hunting show coming soon to Amazon Prime is heavy on atmosphere, kicking off – in a nod to the game – at an idyllic all-American barbecue before all hell breaks loose and one of the neighbors starts screaming, Nazi! The whole thing is soundtracked to the creepiest version of Neil Diamond s Coming to America you will likely ever hear.Premieres on Amazon Prime, February 21, 2020. Trailer for QuibiLooking for episodes – sorry, Quick Bites – under 10-minutes in length? You know, just long enough to entertain, just short enough not to get in the way of a bank heist? That s the pitch for Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman s upcoming mobile-only streaming service, Quibi. The streamer s Super Bowl spot gives a glimpse of some of the content fans can expect, including a reboot of Punk d hosted by Chance the Rapper. [Note: Rotten Tomatoes has a show coming to Quibi.]Quibi launches April 2020. Trailer for The FugitiveIn another first-look for Quibi, the upcoming streamer gave audiences a peek at its remake of The Fugitive, starring 24 s Keifer Sutherland. Boyd Holbrook stars as the man on the run for a crime he didn t commit – this time the bombing of a subway station – while Sutherland is the law in hot pursuit.Premieres on Quibi, April 2020. Trailer for FlippedThis new Quibi comedy stars Will Forte and The Mick s Kaitlin Olsen as a couple who sign up to become the next big home renovation TV stars only to find money in the walls of a tear-down and themselves entangled in a new world of criminals. Think Ozark meets Chip and Joanna.Premieres on Quibi, April 2020. More trailers will be added as they air and become available online. Bookmark this page to keep track of the newest trailers, and let us know what you think of what you see in the comment.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
If you have a suggestion for a movie or show you think we should do an episode on, let us know in the comments, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.Meet the hostsJacqueline Coley is an editor at Rotten Tomatoes, with a focus on awards and indie coverage but with a passion for everything, from the MCU to musicals and period pieces. Coley is a regular moderator at conventions and other events, can be seen on Access Hollywood and other shows, and will not stand Constantine slander of any kind. Follow Jacqueline on Twitter: @THATjacqueline.Mark Ellis is a comedian and contributing editor for Rotten Tomatoes. He currently hosts the Rotten Tomatoes series Versus, among others, and can be seen co-hosting the sports entertainment phenomenon Movie Trivia Schmoedown. His favorite Star Wars movie is Jedi (guess which one!), his favorite person is actually a dog (his beloved stepdaughter Mollie), and – thanks to this podcast – he s about to watch Burlesque for the first time in his life. Follow Mark on Twitter: @markellislive.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
The Montagues and Capulets. The Hatfields and McCoys. Bette and Joan. Tay Tay and Kanye. The world has given us some epic feuds over the centuries, but do any even come close in scale to wise-cracking, abs-heavy, claws-vs.-katanas feud that has raged between X-Men Universe members Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman since the late 2000s? (Probably, definitely – but just go with us here.) In our latest episode of Vs., we’re getting into the beefcake battle that has dominated social media for over a decade: Funnyman Reynolds vs. showman Jackman, the Green Lantern vs. the Paperback Hero (Google it). To fairly adjudicate the long-running quarrel, our host Mark Ellis will compare the two well-rounded thesps on a number of criteria: Box office performance; Tomatometer and Audience Scores; iconic characters they’ve played; and their feuding abilities. Who will win ultimate bragging rights? And will this be the FINAL word in this actorly contest of brawn and barbs? Tune in to find out.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
经历过删档之后的DNF手游暂时还没有招募新玩家，连续更新之后，虽然没有出玩家心目中的想要的新版本，但是手游的玩家还是重新开始肝号。 The Way Back (2020) 84% Underdog sports stories have been a reliable staple of the movie industry for a long time, so much so that they ve been molded and refined to fit into a fairly predictable formula. With that in mind, it usually takes something extra to make one stand out, and critics say this week s The Way Back has that in an outstanding performance from Ben Affleck. Affleck stars as Jack Cunningham, a construction worker who was once an elite high school basketball player but now spends his days and nights binge-drinking. When he gets an unexpected call from his alma mater to coach their hoops team, he reluctantly takes them up on the offer and begins a slow healing process as he attempts to shepherd his kids to a few meaningful wins. Critics say what makes The Way Back effective is that it s not merely an inspirational sports story, nor is it merely one about addiction, but a carefully crafted hybrid that doesn t provide easy answers or overly sentimental triumphant moments. It s also notable that, prior to filming the movie, Affleck himself endured some very public battles with addiction, and as a result, he brings a personal gravity to his role that leaps off the screen. Audiences will no doubt come to The Way Back with certain expectations, simply based on the fact that it s a story about a troubled new coach learning to bond with his team, but if this doesn t hit all of those familiar beats in a predictable way, it still offers a worthwhile character study that might surprise a few moviegoers with its depth.
亚博网下载 Moviegoers looking for something other than the typical holiday fare that normally springs up around November will have at least one balls-to-the-wall alternative, courtesy of producer J.J. Abrams. This week s Overlord pits a group of U.S. paratroopers against Nazi-concocted supernatural evil in a visceral genre mash-up, and early reviews can t get enough of its gory thrills.Ahead of its November 9 release, director Julius Avery and stars Pilou Asbæk, Jovan Adepo, Mathilde Ollivier, John Magaro, Wyatt Russell, and Iain de Caestecker sat down with RT to break down the intense opening scene of the film, talk about working with practical, in-camera special effects, and explain why the mix of genres is such a fun combination.Overlord opens everywhere on November 9.