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The nominations for the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards were announced Tuesday morning, and many of the categories went just as the pundits had predicted. Plenty of noms for Watchmen? Yep, it got more than any other title. Lots of love for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel? The show will have 20 chances to win come September. Ozark is also now officially – as it was expected to be this year – an Emmys favorite.Of course, along with the expected came the shocks – and there seemed to be more of them than usual as Leslie Jones, Laverne Cox, Josh Gad, and Tatiana Maslany read out the names. Acting locks like Bob Odenkirk for Better Call Saul or Russell Crowe for The Loudest Voice missed out on nominations, while critically favored genre shows like The Mandalorian and What We Do In the Shadows snatched up spots in the Outstanding Drama and Comedy Series categories, respectively. And then there was Zendaya s surprise nom for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series – a surprise that, frankly, we saw coming.Read on for our full list of snubs and surprises then let us know which nomination – or lack thereof – had you spit-taking your cereal Tuesday morning.SURPRISE: Anthony Anderson and Don Cheadle Defy Odds(Photo by ABC/Ali Goldstein; Nicole Wilder/Showtime)Both Anderson (black-ish) and Cheadle (Black Monday) were on the cusp when it came to odds-on favorites in the Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series category. The surprise here is that the black-ish and Black Monday stars both landed nominations, leading to one of the biggest snubs of the morning SNUB: Larry David Left Out, Though Curb Your Enthusiasm Recognized(Photo by HBO)Curb Your Enthusiasm landed a nomination for Outstanding Comedy Series, but series star David found himself locked out of the Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series category. Season 10 of the show is Certified Fresh at 95% on the Tomatometer, and, as the series’ centerpiece, the credit due would normally be given to six-time nominee David.SURPRISE: Tracee Ellis Ross Lands Her Fourth Comedy Lead Actress Nomination(Photo by ABC/Mitch Haaseth)Ross’ nomination on Tuesday makes her a four-time nominee in the Lead Actress in a Comedy Series category for her role as Rainbow Johnson on black-ish. She was previously nominated in 2016, 2017, and 2018, but has not won in the category. Pamela Adlon (Better Things), Merritt Wever (Run), Awkwafina (Nora From Queens), Elle Fanning (The Great), Kristen Bell (The Good Place), and Zoë Kravitz (High Fidelity) are among the actresses who were thought to have better odds of landing the nomination.SNUB: Bob Odenkirk and Rhea Seehorn Overlooked for Better Call Saul(Photo by Greg Lewis/AMC/Sony Pictures Television)Though Better Call Saul was recognized in the Outstanding Drama Series category, outrage over Odenkirk and Seehorn’s exclusion in the nominations quickly rippled across social media. Odenkirk lost the Lead Actor in a Drama Series nomination to surprise nominee Steve Carell (The Morning Show), while Seehorn, who was not a favorite to win a nomination, saw unexpected nominees Fiona Shaw (Killing Eve) and Samira Wiley (The Handmaid s Tale) take spots in the Supporting Actress category instead.SURPRISE: Zendaya May Have Been a Surprise for Some…(Photo by Eddy Chen/HBO)Rotten Tomatoes bet on Zendaya as Lead Actress in a Drama for her expert turn as Rue Bennett in Euphoria. The young star trailed previous winners in the category Elisabeth Moss (The Handmaid s Tale) and Viola Davis (How to Get Away with Murder) in odds for a nomination, but prevailed.SURPRISE: What We Do in the Shadows Sucks Up a Nomination for Top Comedy Series(Photo by Russ Martin/©FX)FX vampire comedy What We Do in the Shadows was another long shot for a nomination that Rotten Tomatoes bet on. With 100/1 odds on Gold Derby, the comedy spoiled the chances of so many other titles, including Better Things, Run, The Great, Modern Family, and more.SNUB: Ramy Loses Out to the Bloodsuckers for Comedy Series(Photo by Craig Blankenhorn/Hulu)Among those knocked out of contention by What We Do in the Shadows’ surprise showing, Ramy was a top-10 favorite to win a nomination in the category. The series’ star Ramy Youssef did land nominations for Lead Actor in a Comedy Series and for Directing for a Comedy Series, however.SURPRISE: The Mandalorian Lands Best Drama Series Nod(Photo by Disney+)Rotten Tomatoes argued for drama–adventure–space opera series The Mandalorian to win all the awards for its moving introduction to the cutest Star Wars hero ever, but it still came as a huge surprise that enough Television Academy voters would feel the same and give the series an unexpected spot in the Best Drama Series nominations. Pose, The Morning Show, Big Little Lies, This Is Us, The Outsider, Euphoria, and Homeland were all seen as favorites ahead of The Mandalorian, which ended the day tied with Schitt’s Creek and Saturday Night Live with 15 nominations each, behind only Watchmen, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Ozark, and Succession. Even though he can’t talk, can Baby Yoda still present an award in September?Snub: Three Strikes and Reese Is Out(Photo by Apple TV+)Well, we officially live in a world in which Reese Witherspoon can star in three prestige series in a single year and not get a single Emmy nomination for her efforts. Witherspoon was considered, if not a shoo-in, than a highly likely contender for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie for FX’s drama Little Fires Everywhere, but failed to get a nod; her co-star Kerry Washington was among the five nominees, though. Elsewhere, Witherspoon was an outside chance for an upset in the Lead Actress Drama category for Apple TV+’s The Morning Show and for HBO’s Big Little Lies, the latter of which she was nominated for in 2017 when it was categorized as a “limited series.” She was recognized for neither role this year, but Morning Show co-star Jennifer Aniston is among those still in the game for Lead Actress come September.SNUB: Academy Goes Quiet on Russell Crowe’s Loudest Voice (Photo by Saeed Adyani/Netflix)On paper, Showtime’s Fox News–focused limited series looked like the kind of thing that would sweep the Emmys: A topical series about TV co-created by the director of Spotlight and starring Russell Crowe and Naomi Watts? Start engraving those statuettes! And yet, when it premiered in mid 2019, critics were decidedly mixed on what was seen as a pretty shallow read of a complex workplace story. One thing no one was mixed on, though, was Crowe’s portrayal of late Fox News chairman Roger Ailes, which was described as a triumph and reason enough to tune in. Yet, a year after the series began, it seems voters mostly forgot about the Gladiator star’s work, with fresh faces Jeremy Pope (Hollywood) and Paul Mescal (Normal People) edging Crowe out of the category.SURPRISE: Octavia Spencer Is In, the Unbelievable Duo Is Out(Photo by Netflix)Another category full of surprises was Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie, where Merritt Wever and Kaitlyn Dever were expected to be nominated for their work in Netflix’s acclaimed Unbelievable. (Toni Collette received a nod for her supporting work in the limited series.) With Wever and Dever missing out, the doors opened for Unorthodox’s Shira Haas – not a huge shock, she was always considered a strong chance – and Spencer for Self Made. While Spencer’s work as Madam C.J. Walker, the country’s first African American self-made millionaire, has been heralded by critics, the series itself was considered just a minor success, scoring 68% on the Tomatometer. Going into nominations morning, Spencer’s odds in the category were 100/1 over at Gold Derby. Her nomination makes this one of several categories where Black nominees make up the majority of nominations: in this case, Spencer is joined by Regina King (Watchmen) and Kerry Washington (Little Fires Everywhere).SNUB: The Morning Show and Pose Pushed Aside for Killing Eve(Photo by Apple TV+)Despite airing its weakest season yet, according to the Tomatometer, spy thriller Killing Eve managed to scrape into the Outstanding Drama list, pushing aside more favored titles like Apple TV+’s splashy The Morning Show and FX’s groundbreaking Pose. The former, starring Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston, was never a critical darling, but star power and a strong awards campaign were expected to give it an edge; the latter is one of the most celebrated series on TV, coming off a 97% Certified Fresh second season. It was a good morning for Killing Eve overall, with both Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer earning lead actress nods and Fiona Shaw picking up a nom for her supporting work.SURPRISE: Hollywood’s Jeremy Pope Outpaces El Camino’s Aaron Paul(Photo by Saeed Adyani/Netflix)As noted above, the Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie category produced some of the biggest shocks of the morning. Not only was Russell Crowe left off the list, but Paul missed out for his return to Jesse Pinkman in Breaking Bad sequel movie, El Camino. Into those voids stepped Broadway star Pope, whom critics cited as a standout in the Ryan Murphy–produced Hollywood, about the Golden Age of America’s movie industry. Pope played screenwriter Archie Coleman in the series, which imagined an old-school Hollywood in which a major studio cast a Black actress in the lead role for a big-budget production. In 2019, Pope became just the sixth person ever to be nominated for Tony awards in two separate categories in the one year, for his work in Choir Boy and Ain’t Too Proud to Beg.SURPRISE: Steve Carrell Misses Out for Space Force, But Launches Into the Drama Big Leagues(Photo by Netflix)Prior to Tuesday morning, many thought Carell’s best chance of Emmy love lied with Space Force, but Netflix’s big-budget comedy went mostly unnoticed by the Academy and Carell missed out. His consolation prize: a surprise nomination for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series for The Morning Show, in which he plays the lecherous and newly unemployed breakfast TV host Mitch Kessler. Gold Derby’s experts had Carell at 100/1 odds for the category. No doubt fans of Better Call Saul’s Bob Odenkirk are furious right now.SNUB: Better Things and Creator and Star Pamela Adlon(Photo by Suzanne Tenner/FX)Largely considered one the best comedies on TV, FX’s Better Things is coming off two 100% Fresh seasons. Its star, Adlon, writes and directs every single episode. (At least every episode since season 1.) Sheer degree of difficulty would suggest that Adlon would be among the nominees this morning for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, and the show recognized overall, and many felt it was its time. And yet, Better Things scored not one single nomination. It may not be the most headline-grabbing snub, but it s perhaps the one that hits hardest.Thumbnail image: Disney+ 个人不是很看好云图计划,因为roguelite玩法受众人数少,很多人都不喜欢研究这种词条搭配的玩法,可以说主打碎片时间的手游和这个玩法兼容性不是很高。
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Book Club (which scored 54% and opened to .5 million) look pretty dashed. It is the second week in a row that STX failed to get a million start (including last week’s UglyDolls.)The studio picked up Poms through auction at the American Film Market last November for between million and million, and it opened this weekend to .1 million.Lionsgate’s Long Shot, meanwhile, dropped 37% in its second weekend. While word of mouth has caught up to the film a little, the drop was still to big to beat The Intruder in its second week.Fox Searchlight has opened a film in more than 1,000 theaters just 28 times in its 183-film history. The 29th time came this weekend with Tolkien. While there was enough curiosity to earn it .1 million in 1,496 theaters this weekend, the biopic’s per-screen-average of ,440 currently makes it the second-worst per-theater average among those 29 films. If the estimates hold, that is. If the number actually drops, it could fall behind the ,383 PTA that Miss March had in 2009 and become the worst. Between Tolkien (49%) and The Aftermath (27%), Fox Searchlight has released its two lowest-scored films since 2017’s back-to-back releases of Table 19 (26%) and Wilson (48%).The Top Ten And Beyond: New Releases Nothing To Pikachu About(Photo by Warner Bros.)Back in March, expectations for Pokemon Detective Pikachu were set for a million weekend and, in some circles, a 0 million domestic haul. The high predictions came back down to Earth a bit recently as WB lowballed a million start for its live-action Pokemon film. Audiences split the difference this weekend and handed over million, which is a little more than what The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian and Night at the Museum 2: Battle of the Smithsonian opened to. A Dog’s Journey may take a small nibble out of its staying power next week and Aladdin an even larger bite the week after. Critics have marginally put it in Fresh territory with a 63% score and a first estimate of 0-170 million for Pikachu means WB will be counting on international fans to cover its 0 million budget. The film has grossed an additional 2.4 million overseas so far.Also opening this weekend was the Dirty Rotten Scoundrels remake The Hustle, starring Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson. It opened to a bit less (.5 million) than Wilson’s February comedy, Isn’t It Romantic?, which started with .2 million even with a two-day head start. At 16%, The Hustle is one of the worst-reviewed films of the year, lower than the score for Hathaway’s other delayed 2019 release, Serenity (19%).This Time Last Year: Infinity War Was Also On Its Third Straight Week At The Top(Photo by Marvel Studios)A year ago, Avengers: Infinity War led the way for a third straight week with the fourth-best third weekend in history ( million.) Its two new challengers that weekend, Life of the Party with Melissa McCarthy and home invasion thriller Breaking In, duked it out for second and third with .88 and .63 million, respectively. The documentary RBG also made its way into tenth place in its second weekend with .18 million in 179 theaters. The top ten films grossed a total of 6.69 million and averaged 63.2% on the Tomatometer. This year’s top ten grossed an estimated 2.77 million and averaged 53.4%.On the Vine: John Wick Battles A Dog In Attempt To Take Down The Avengers(Photo by Summit Entertainment)Keanu Reeves returns to potentially close out a trilogy in John Wick: Chapter 3 Parabellum. After the disappointing returns of Long Shot, Lionsgate could use a non-Tyler Perry victory. Will this be the one to finally make it to 0 million? Will its fans be enough to overthrow the Avengers in week four? Speaking of sequels and animals Mr. Wick is fond of, Universal follows up moderate hit A Dog’s Purpose with A Dog’s Journey. Then the director of Before I Fall, Ry Russo-Young, tackles another young adult novel with The Sun Is Also A Star.The Full Top 10: May 10-12Avengers: Endgame (2019) 94% – .05 million (3.49 million total)Pokémon Detective Pikachu (2019) 68% – million ( million total)The Hustle (2019) 14% – .53 million (.53 million total)The Intruder (2019) 33% – .60 million (.97 million total)Long Shot (2019) 81% – .12 million (.73 million total)Poms (2019) 36% – .11 million (.11 million total)UglyDolls (2019) 28% – .92 million (.27 million total)Breakthrough (2019) 63% – .46 million (.10 million total)Tolkien (2019) 51% – .15 million (.15 million total)Captain Marvel (2019) 79% – .81 million (3.77 million total)

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4.22.6 7月喜迎Best-Reviewed Comedies 2020Fresh talent stormed comedies this year, starting with top comedy of the year: The Forty-Year-Old Version, with the defiant and hilarious Radha Blank doing quadruple duty as writer, director, producer, and star in the story of a middle-aged New York playwright who reinvents herself as a rapper. Four more of the best comedies of the year (Saint Frances, Extra Ordinary, Why Don t You Just Die!, Yes, God, Yes) also represent the feature debuts of their directors. But don t count out the veterans: The Coppolas, the Vinterbergs, the Julys, and the Iannuccis of the comedy world all got their Certified Fresh movies to chart. And, finally, Sacha Baron Cohen s surprise return as Borat produced the biggest, most outrageous laughs of the year.The order of the rank below reflects the Adjusted Score as of February 28, 2021. Scores might change over time.« Previous Category Next Category »
Black History Month is a time where we reflect on the Black pioneers of the past and celebrate the Black change-makers of today and tomorrow. Today, Black film and TV is thriving: Filmmakers such as Ava DuVernay, Spike Lee, Jordan Peele, Barry Jenkins, Dee Rees, and countless others are creating art across genres, in theaters, and for TV that centers on people and communities that look like them. As they forge new ground in this space, we re taking a look back at the forebears who paved the way for their work. These Black filmmaking pioneers of the late 19th and early 20th centuries helped shape the modern film industry and often challenged the cartoonish, tired, and racist stereotypes pushed out by those who held the most power in Hollywood in its earliest years.Recommended: The 100 Best Black Movies of the 21st CenturyYou will know the names of some of these writers, directors, and performers, while others are mostly hidden figures in cinema s history, with much of their work tragically lost. These are our folk heroes, and this month we speak their name, celebrate their work, and honor the contribution they made to the movies and to culture.  Maria P. Williams (1866-1932) Williams is known as the first Black female film producer, and had worked as secretary and treasurer of the Western Film Producing Company (the company that distributed her first film and of which her husband was president). It s debated whether or not Williams directed Flames of Wrath, which has been attributed to her – director and producer were often interchangeable in the silent film era – but she did write, distribute, and act in the 1923 film. Prior to filmmaking, Williams was an activist and author, writing a book in 1916 on her activism entitled My Work and Public Sentiment. On the book’s first page she writes that 10 percent “of all money received from the sale of this book will go to create a fund to be used for the suppression of crime among Negros.”Noble Johnson (1881-1978)(Photo by Everett Collection )Black actors found work during the silent film era, but were often confined to racially stereotypical roles. Through his work as an actor and president of his own film company, Johnson sought to change this. Making his film debut in 1915, he was a successful character actor who appeared in 144 films, including 1925’s The Thief of Bagdad and 1932’s The Most Dangerous Game (both 100% on the Tomatometer), 1932’s The Mummy (93%), and 1933’s King Kong (98%). But steady acting gigs weren t enough: Johnson (born Mark Noble) founded the all-Black–owned and Black-run production studio Lincoln Motion Picture Company with his brother George in 1916. The birthplace of the “race film” genre, the studio sought to produce positive films starring Black actors. Johnson was president of the company from its inception until its closure in 1921, funding the studio with checks from his acting work. The company only produced five films – most of which are lost – but it is often praised as an inspiration for Black-owned film companies that followed.Lester Walton (1882-1965)Where would the storied history of Black film be without the inclusion of the voices of Black film critics? Walton began his expansive career at the St. Louis Star, becoming the newspaper’s first full-time Black reporter. He then moved to New York, becoming the theatrical editor and manager for the New York Age, and began writing about representation of Black people in film. As a Civil Rights activist, diplomat, songwriter, theater owner, and film critic/essayist, Walton wore many hats. He also served as Vice President for the Negro Actors Guild of America, where he lobbied for integration in film, TV, and radio. Always connecting art to politics, Walton – in partnership with the Associated Press – also lobbied to have the word negro spelled with a capital “N.”Oscar Micheaux (1884-1951)(Photo by Everett Collection)“Race film” was a genre during the Jim Crow era, referring to movies created for and by Black people partly as a way to commit to screen the discrimination they faced. Micheaux began as a novelist and then transformed into a prominent voice within the genre. Hailed as the first major Black filmmaker, Micheaux directed and produced 42 feature films from 1919 to 1948, beginning with 1919’s The Homesteader, adapted from his first novel. His vision centered on Black life during Jim Crow, tackling subjects such as racial violence, rape, economic oppression, and discrimination. Most notably, Michaeux directed, produced, and wrote 1925’s revered Body and Soul, which was Paul Robeson’s debut. The film was included in the Library of Congress s National Film Registry in 2019. Through his work, Micheaux embodied the words he became famous for: “We want to see our lives dramatized on the screen as we are living it, the same as other people, the world over.” Hattie McDaniel (1893-1952)(Photo by Bettmann / Contributor / Getty Images)McDaniel was a trailblazing actress, becoming the first Black performer to be nominated for and win an Oscar, winning the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role as “Mammy” in 1939’s Gone With the Wind. (See her moving speech here.) Wind was a boost to an already strong career as a songwriter, musician, touring stage performer, and radio actress. She appeared in 97 films, including 1934’s Judge Priest and Show Boat with Paul Robeson, and was among the first Black entertainers to star in her own radio and TV series, Beulah. While her Oscar was revolutionary, McDaniel’s career was burdened by being typecast in the Mammy-style roles before and after her win – roles such as Mammy Lou in her first film, 1932’s The Golden West, Malena in 1935’s Alice Adams, and Hilda in 1938’s The Mad Miss Manton. It’s notable that at the 1940 Academy Awards – the peak of Jim Crow – McDaniel had to sit at a separate table in the back of the ballroom, separate from her Gone With the Wind co-stars. McDaniel did not show remorse for playing these stereotypical roles, famously commenting, “I d rather play a maid and make 0 a week than be one for .” (Eighty years later, as Rotten Tomatoes’ Jacqueline Coley has detailed, Black actresses still struggle to be awarded for performances that break from the “Mammy” caricature.)Spencer Williams (1893-1969)(Photo by Everett Collection )Like Oscar Micheaux, Williams (above right) was known as one of the most prolific Black filmmakers of the first half of the 20th Century. As a pioneering director, screenwriter, and actor, his work pushed the “race film” genre forward. Of the 13 films he directed, 1941’s The Blood of Jesus is considered his masterpiece, depicting Southern Baptist religion through a Black lens. In 1991, The Blood of Jesus became the first “race film” to be included in the Library of Congress s National Film Registry. Williams also enjoyed a successful acting career. After working as a character actor in a series of Black-cast westerns in the 1930s, Williams became known as Andy in CBS s Amos n Andy TV series. Williams didn’t receive the full accolades his storied career warranted until after his death, when most of his films were found in a Texas warehouse in the 1980s.Tressie Souders (1897-1995)Men weren’t the only ones sharing their perspectives on contemporary Black life in film in the early 20th Century – Black women also created work to have their voices heard. Souders is notably known as the first Black woman to direct a feature film, A Woman s Error. The film was distributed by Afro-American Film Exhibitors’ Company in 1922, but unfortunately no version of the film has been recovered. The director and writer is as elusive as the film itself, with little biographical information about her available beyond reports of the movie and census records.Paul Robeson (1898-1976)(Photo by Everett Collection)As a Civil Rights activist, concert artist, author, professional athlete, and star of stage and screen, Robeson was one of the most important cultural figures of the first half of the 20th Century. He started his phenomenally successful acting career in Oscar Micheaux’s 1925 film Body and Soul, and went on to star in the likes of 1933’s The Emperor Jones, 1936’s Show Boat (100% on the Tomatometer), and on stage in productions of Othello and The Emperor Jones. But his success in Hollywood didn’t curb his voice. The outspoken Robeson caught the eye of the FBI due to his support of the Civil Rights movement and favorable view of Communist policies, the latter of which got him blacklisted. When McCarthyism waned, Robeson made strides to come back in the spotlight, but eventually retired to a quiet life. Fredi Washington (1903-1994)(Photo by Everett Collection)Washington (above right) performed in nine films and a number of Broadway productions throughout her career, which coincided with the Harlem Renaissance. She’s best known for playing Peola Johnson, a fair-skinned Black woman who passes as white, in the 1934 Academy Award Best Picture nominee, Imitation of Life. After her film career ended, she became a Civil Rights activist, working closely with NAACP President Walter White and becoming a founder of the Negro Actors Guild of America. Washington kept a foot in the industry as the entertainment editor for The People s Voice, a progressive Black newspaper founded by Adam Clayton Powell Jr., as well as working as a casting consultant for the musical productions of Carmen Jones and Porgy and Bess. Thumbnail image courtesy the Everett Collection
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(Photo by The Library of Congress via Internet Archive)Rotten Tomatoes is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month: First with The 100 Essential Spanish-Language Films, and now a spotlight on the luminous cinema magazine once dedicated to the Golden Age of Hollywood.In the early days of the movie business, dozens of trade and fan magazines sprouted up in an attempt to cater to the near insatiable thirst for information that the cinema inspired. For Spanish-speaking fans, Cine-Mundial was a godsend. Founded in 1916 as an offshoot of the trade magazine Moving Picture World, the New York-based Cine-Mundial quickly established an identity of its own, and in doing so, “positioned Spanish-speaking readers as an integral rather than peripheral audience for films,” wrote Rielle Navitski in the book Cosmopolitan Film Cultures in Latin America, 1896-1960.Cine-Mundial began as an attempt to capitalize on the growing Spanish-speaking audience in the United States, Latin America, and Europe. Within a few years, the magazine shifted its focus from a trade paper to a fan magazine, with celebrity interviews, glossy photo spreads, witty columnists, and eye-popping front covers. In particular, Jose M. Recoder s striking pastel celebrity portraits graced the front of the magazine frequently in the 1930s and early 1940s.Cine-Mundial’s rise coincided with the Hollywood celebrity of Mexican stars like Dolores del Río, Ramón Novarro, and Lupe Vélez, and came at a moment when notable directors like Sergei Eisenstein (Que Viva Mexico!) and Fred Zinneman (Redes) shot films in Mexico. (In addition, some studios concurrently made English and Spanish versions of certain films, the best example being the well-regarded Spanish version of Dracula.) With correspondents in Mexico City, Havana, Buenos Aires, and Madrid, Cine-Mundial featured detailed chronicles of local filmmaking scenes and popular movie theaters.One of Cine-Mundial’s most venerable contributors was Elena de la Torre. Originally from Spain, she wrote a syndicated movie column in which she was an outspoken advocate for women both in front of and behind the camera. Eventually settling in Los Angeles with her husband Miguel de Zárraga (himself a contributor to Cine-Mundial), she was arguably the magazine’s most prominent critical voice. In addition to her work with Cine-Mindial, De la Torre also contracted with Fox to evaluate Spanish-language books for potential movie projects.While Moving Picture World ceased publication in 1927, Cine-Mundial held on for two more decades before closing its doors in 1948. By that point, homegrown film industries in Mexico and Argentina were peaking creatively and commercially, holding firm on their own turf against Hollywood fare. But over the course of its three decade run, Cine-Mundial demonstrated the strength and passion of the Spanish-speaking audience while documenting the rise of regional Latin-American cinema.(Photo by The Library of Congress via Internet Archive)Read Cine-Mundial on Some of the 20th Century s Most Seminal FilmsHere s what Cine-Mundial had to say about classic movies (the full reviews are in Spanish):The Wizard of Oz (1939): The Wizard of Oz will have people enchanted with its spell for a very long time.  – Elena de la Torre, November 1939
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Who is heading up your effects team?Hissrich: We have a huge team. Obviously, we shot in Budapest last season, so we ended up pulling from Budapest talent, as well as London talent. It s really expansive because we have several of the effects houses that are with us and then they also work with our prosthetics person It s quite a department I have to say.From the standpoint of managing something that huge, how did you do it and keep in touch with the creativity behind building the story or building a world?Hissrich: The best way to stay on top of it, is actually always be there. I ended up basically moving in and being on the ground in Budapest for almost eight months last year. I take my job really seriously, I m in love with this universe and so the first thing I did with almost all departments is to make sure they love the universe too. It s not necessarily that everyone had to have the most fantasy experience, the most genre experience. It was, Are you as excited about this material as I am? Can you show up every day and want to make this world bigger and better than the day before? I think that enthusiasm pervaded until the very end.Everyone will tell you that shooting a television show is hard and especially television shows that take place in the dead of winter in central Europe, and a lot of nights. The enthusiasm was almost always unflagging. I think the people that worked on the show really believe in what they did and even towards the end; they got tired obviously, but I think everyone still really wanted to come to work at the beginning of the day. I know that I did.(Photo by Netflix)How did you get involved with the title in the first place?Hissrich: I had read The Last Wish myself about a year before Netflix came to me to ask if I would be interested in adopting the show. I had worked with Netflix before on three different projects, so I had a really good relationship with them and I had just come off Umbrella Academy, which was a comic book adaptation.But I was really enjoying adapting things to television that had not been done before. So there was part of me when I first got the call from Netflix was, I don t think I m the writer that you re looking for, I have never done this big, sweeping, fantasy world before. In fact, I think part of the reason I was hired and the thing that I continue to try to bring to the show is, if you strip away all the elements of fantasy, what you are left with is three characters who are destined to become family, and that is something that I understand really well.To me those are the relationships that we have to come back to again and again, in terms of Geralt, Yennefer, and Cirilla: How do they relate with each other? How did they grow before they meet each other? Who were the other people that come in and out of their lives that send them bouncing in different directions, and how do they come back to each other at the end of the day? These are things that I think every human can relate to and so that is what we re trying to do with the show. I think that my biggest hope is that people who think that they re not fantasy buffs or fantasy geeks, I hope that they come and see that this is for them as well.(Photo by Netflix)How much of the writing did you take on yourself? I noticed there are a lot of writers listed.Hissrich: There were seven writers on the show and support staff of four. One of the things that I believe really strongly in, is giving every writer the opportunity to conceive, develop and write their own script. I ll come in at the end for a polish if needed. But I don t have a lot of ego in doing this, I think that television shows are best when they showcase the skills that a diverse group of people can bring.For instance, I love writing. I love writing characters, I love writing romance, [but] writing monsters was new to me. So there was another writer, Beau DeMayo, who wrote a sort of monster-heavy episode, and he d come out of a world of sort of CW monsters, and he had a lot of experience working in the genre, and it was really cool to see him come to life writing these monsters.There are other writers who wrote more adventurous scripts, and someone who wrote more of the heist one. Allowing writers to shine in their script, I think makes for a richer tapestry. So I wrote the first episode of season 1, and I wrote the last episode of season 1, but everything else was handled by the staff.I think people had already taken notice of Yennefer s big transition in the trailer, and so that s something that s not really a big secret.Hissrich: Setting it up was something that at the very beginning I wanted to keep secret, and then I realized right about the time of Comic-Con that, I was like, But I just want to talk about this. Especially with Yennefer, I want to talk about the sort of new sides of Yennefer that audiences will find, be they fans of the book or fans of the video game. I feel like Yennefer gets a new dimensionality to her character in the show and it s something I m really, really proud of. So yes, I couldn t keep my mouth shut on that.(Photo by Netflix)Can you talk about building Geralt for the screen? Is he an anti-hero?Hissrich: It s so interesting, the ideas of hero and anti-hero. For me, we approached all characters, but Geralt first and foremost, as a character that I ve never wanted to be called good or bad. I think Geralt has very good sides to his personality, and I think that he makes decisions that people might think are bad decisions.When we are writing all of the characters, even down to the Nilfgaardian, I ask the writers to dig down and think, and even if you think about the worst people in the history of our world, think about their motivations. Because very rarely does a character come and say, I m going to do this thing, I m going to take over the world, because I m evil. Even the worst people in our historical context wanted to take over the world because they thought they were doing something good. I may not agree, and history may show us that obviously that was not true, but I do think that characters are motivated from their own sense of good, no matter what.That applies to Geralt as well. We ll see him make decisions to kill creatures or kill humans, and we can see him make decisions not to. What I don t want to do is ever end an episode with someone saying, Obviously the writers thought that Geralt was a hero in this episode. What I want audiences to ask is, Do I think Geralt is a hero in this episode, or do I think that he made absolutely the wrong choice, and I don t understand why he made it? I hope that audiences will be able to reflect back into their own lives, and why they make specific decisions and whether they think that they made them for good or for evil. I think bringing that moral grain into television is really interesting, and Geralt is kind of the best example of that. He is quiet, he is pensive, he does not always say what he is thinking, so we just have to trust that he is acting from his gut and sometimes I think he is wrong and sometimes I think he is right.(Photo by Netflix)Do you see Geralt as much of a sexual character in your adaptation? You ve got Henry Cavill, and he is definitely handsome.Hissrich: I think that all of our characters have a sexual side to them. My personal goal, when I set out to develop this and we started writing the script, is that I only wanted sex, sexuality, sexiness to be used when it furthers the story. I think audiences are really savvy now and they know, and hate when we re just dropping in nudity, or graphic sex for the sake of shock value. I think audiences are really used to that now, with all of the pay cable and streaming services and everything that they are able to see, the influx of imagery that they re able to see.So for us, there s absolutely sex in the show, but I think the sex in the show always shifts the story in another direction. It s the vulnerable effects that you didn t think were going to happen, it s the sex that happens between two people who are alone and lonely and just need to connect in a sense of humanity and to reaffirm that there s something else alive out there. It s always about building out or changing character dynamics. I think people will enjoy what they see, but I also hope it helps them understand the stories that we re telling.The Witcher is now streaming on Netflix.

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Ghcxuf ith The Avengers.The Gatewatch is an alliance of the mightiest worthy planeswalkers, who jump to different planes and defend those in most need against physical, supernatural, and cosmic threats. Like The Avengers, the Gatewatch frequently clash in personality and method, as their members range from an illusionist to a pyromaniac, a necromancer, and a man cat. The most recent Magic set, May s War of the Spark, brings the Gatewatch and hundreds more planeswalkers onto the battlefield in a climatic showdown with elder dragon Nicol Bolas, who has been a recurring villain since 2008. Fittingly, the MCU launched that same year with Iron Man, while Thanos has been built up since the end of 2012 s The Avengers. The Russo brothers knack for weaving multiple storylines and assembling powerful characters together in meaningful and surprising ways, all into a cohesive whole, is an absolute boon for this franchise.The Russos have stated that Netflix s Magic series will be an original story, so it might not even involve the Gatewatch at all. And we re more interested in where the series will be visiting, as the multiverse is set up to hold an infinite number of planes. This Netflix team might have completely unique worlds in store for viewers. But with Magic: The Gathering s past decades of art and lore, those are mountains (and islands and plains and swamps and forests) of material yearning to seen and heard on-screen for the first time.What Are Some Planes The Series Could Visit?(Photo by Wizards of the Coast)There are well over 60 known planes in the Magic multiverse, with the majority of the card game action taking place in about a quarter of those. Here s just a few suggestions of where this series may go.Ravnica: Set in a metropolis of ornate European architecture that covers an entire planet, where magic entwines directly with Game of Thrones-style politics and civic life. A popular location with Magic designers, who have set the last three sets here, including War of the Spark.Dominaria: The original plane, whose flora and fauna most resembles our own. Seen in the first 10 years of the game, and re-visited last year for Magic s 25th anniversary in the self-titled Dominaria set. Joe and Anthony Russo are OG ( We have been huge fans and players of Magic: The Gathering for as long as it has been around, they said in a statement), so they might just kick things off here as a tribute to their origins.Kaladesh: The handsomest place in the multiverse, a sky-conquering world of sun-bright steampunk and intricate metalwork and gold filigree. Kaladesh also has a Middle Eastern and South Asian flavor, something in the zeitgeist right now if the popular success of Aladdin is to go by. The show s animators would have their work cut out for them, though.Innistrad: A Gothic tale come to dreadful life, where humans fend off vampires, werewolves, and zombies not to mention an invasion of Lovecraftian monstrosities called the Eldrazi. Netflix s press release mentions that the series will cross the genres of suspenseful thriller, horror, and drama. Innistrad nets you all three.Why Now Is The Time To Make A Series(Photo by Wizards of the Coast)Despite being around for 26 years, Magic: The Gathering is the biggest it s ever been. The multiverse and the Gatewatch were later inventions of this franchise, which has opened up storytelling possibilities and kept players engaged beyond collectible cardboard. Magic: The Gathering Arena, the competitive video game version fans have been desiring for years, is a hit with streamers and poised to take Magic into the eSports Thunderdome in a big way. The amount of new interest in putting a Magic series in front of Netflix s 139 million subscribers is going to hit like a force of nature.Who s Working On It? When s It Airing?The Russos have tapped Henry Gilroy (Star Wars Rebels, Star Wars: The Clone Wars) and Jose Molina (The Tick, Agent Carter) as lead writers and co-executive producers. A premiere date for Netflix s Magic: The Gathering has yet to be announced.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week. 😈😈

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《魔力宝贝手机版》是由腾讯游戏与史克威尔艾尼克斯公司共同推出的一款MMO回合制手游,100%还原端游,主打自由回合,融入更多策略和探索类玩法,单号一天出2000魔币,收货2线频道有收货商不断喊,找担保或某宝交易 One of the first big buzzed-about movies of the 2020 film festival is One Night in Miami, which marks the feature directorial debut of Oscar-winning actress Regina King, and there’s already talk of her being a contender for the Academy Award for Best Director (she’d be the first Black woman nominated in the category). Much of that praise and recognition of its foursome of ensemble players comes from the first reviews of the drama out of the Venice and Toronto Film Festivals, but the overall reception of the film’s adaptation from the stage  — based on Kemp Powers’ play about Malcolm X, Sam Cooke, Jim Brown, and Muhammad Ali (then still known as Cassius Clay) interacting in a hotel room in 1964 — is still overwhelmingly positive.Here’s what critics are saying about One Night in Miami:How is Regina King s work behind the camera?King proves to be a gifted director of actors.  Kevin Maher, The TimesIt’s really no surprise that King’s first major feature is a home run… her lens is one that brings out the best of all her leads and portrays them in a sympathetic light.  Adriana Gomez-Weston, We Live EntertainmentRegina King stands apart from many of her actor-turned-director peers… she’s opening what promises to be an exciting new chapter in an enduring career.  Alonso Duralde, The WrapHere s hoping that King, one of our most consistently excellent screen actors, continues to spread her wings in this direction.  David Rooney, Hollywood ReporterIf this is what we can expect from a Regina King movie, then sign me up for the rest of her portfolio. Jamie Broadnax, Black Girl NerdsHow is Kemp Powers adaptation of his own play?One Night in Miami is… a strong argument for Powers’ medium-crossing skills. Kate Erbland, IndieWireThe fact that these four are unwinding in a motel room, matching wits and ideas and teasing out their underlying rivalries, never feels like a conceit. Owen Gleiberman, VarietyWhat is brilliant about One Night in Miami is the script. The dialogue cuts you to the core, and there are scenes that will stick with you long after you finish watching. Jamie Broadnax, Black Girl NerdsKemp Powers adapts his own stage play to form the screenplay for Regina King’s One Night in Miami – he just doesn’t adapt it enough. Rodrigo Perez, The PlaylistRyan FujitaniDoes it feel like a stage production?It’s clear in parts that this is taken from a stage work, but King really elevates it to true film status, unlike some other stage-to-screen projects. Trey Mangum, Shadow and ActThey do a fantastic job of making you not feel that you’re locked in this room… this film was meant for the big screen. Sharronda Williams, Pay or WaitThis is undeniably a very theatrical film, but it never hides that – indeed, it makes the most of a certain claustrophobia. Jonathan Romney, GuardianWhen we’re in that small hotel room, with four outsize characters pacing out their tightly choreographed marks… we quickly start to wonder when the curtain’s going to fall. Rodrigo Perez, The PlaylistKing and Powers’ treatment of that outstanding premise hasn’t quite made the leap from stage play to big-screen film; it has landed in TV-movie territory instead. Nicholas Barber, BBCAre the new scenes worthy additions?King has opened up the action in the best possible way, mixing in scenes set outside the motel room… that show us the characters on their own, confronting what racism looked like in 1964. Owen Gleiberman, VarietyThere is an electrifying scene in which Cooke (Leslie Odom Jr.) quells a hostile audience with a version of Chain Gang. Geoffrey Macnab, IndependentThe scenes are useful in a beginner’s guide sense, but largely feel like optional extras, and it’s only when the quartet comes together that the film begins to cook. Robbie Collin, Daily TelegraphAre the conversations compelling?The film’s riveting debates are as rousing as any sporting encounter. Shane Slater, The SpoolOne Night in Miami is a casually entrancing debate about power on the part of those who have won it but are still figuring out what to do with it. Owen Gleiberman, VarietyOne Night in Miami is funny. The quartet endearingly rib each other at every point and there are some true laugh out loud moments. Robert Daniels, 812filmreviewsIt’s refreshing to see a movie in which the characters aren’t right or wrong, but offering different takes—sometimes argumentatively—about what the fight means to them. Ruben Safaya, CinemalogueThe conversation is, of itself, often fascinating, even when it’s at its most didactic. Rodrigo Perez, The Playlist(Photo by ©Amazon)Is it moving?The great thing about it is that it has a whole lot of heart…the group’s camaraderie, brotherhood, love and emotion delivers in full. Trey Mangum, Shadow and ActThe film adds some emotional intensity to its academic interest. Nicholas Barber, BBCAgainst the odds, the film has an emotional kick. Geoffrey Macnab, IndependentKing and Powers aren’t attempting to offer a precise historical transcription of whatever happened… One Night in Miami provides is something richer: an emotionally accurate telling. Kate Erbland, IndieWireOne Night in Miami moved my spirit in ways that left me speechless, honored and, in a strange way, hopeful that a whole new generation will now be introduced to Black royalty and Black men who were classy, smart, charming and most of all Black AND Proud. Carla Renata, The Curvy Film CriticHow is the ensemble?One of the year’s best acting showcases. Kate Erbland, IndieWireSensational. All four [actors] burrow their way into the psyche of these legends, into their manners and contradictions and vulnerabilities. Owen Gleiberman, VarietyTheir jostling performance styles make each combination of voices feels like its own distinct treat. Robbie Collin, Daily TelegraphEven if some of the in-the-room scenes might drag a little, the performances keep the proceedings lively. Alonso Duralde, The WrapAre there any standouts?Kingsley Ben-Adir is a standout in his role as Malcolm X… Simmering with a quiet intensity, [he] takes this feature to the next level. Adriana Gomez-Weston, We Live EntertainmentThe towering performance that centers the nuanced ensemble work is British actor Ben-Adir s laser-focused, quietly impassioned Malcolm. David Rooney, Hollywood ReporterWith Leslie Odom Jr. making a big impression in the ostensibly lesser role of Sam Cooke… this versatile actor sings and acts his way into awards play. Fionnuala Halligan, Screen InternationalRelative newcomer Goree oozes charisma in a star-making moment, making great use of every moment he is on-screen. Trey Mangum, Shadow and ActGoree’s mannerisms, tone, inflection, and scene-stealing moments as Ali are enough in this writer’s opinion to warrant him awards consideration. Jamie Broadnax, Black Girl NerdsMVP Aldis Hodge, interpreting rather than imitating his character, [delivers] the film’s most magnetic performance as a result. Rodrigo Perez, The PlaylistAldis Hodge is simply perfection. Carla Renata, The Curvy Film Critic(Photo by ©Amazon)Do the film s portrayals do justice to the historical figures?One Night in Miami (and both King and Powers) exhibits great affection for its central characters, but it never feels like a hagiographic exercise. Kate Erbland, IndieWireOne Night In Miami positions Malcolm X as more troubled and unsure than his usual onscreen persona… at times, even, he seems more human, even weakened. Fionnuala Halligan, Screen InternationalThe characters, loosened up by a few drinks and the pleasure of their camaraderie, reveal who they are — not just what they think and feel, but how they think and feel it — in a way that even a lot of good biopics never quite find the room for. Owen Gleiberman, VarietyThere is something very slightly diminishing about further lionizing these already legendary icons of Black excellence at the expense of all the other people. Rodrigo Perez, The PlaylistThe film does its subjects a disservice by not allowing them a little more zest and irreverence. Nicholas Barber, BBCIs this film a timely one?This half-century-old discussion of race, celebrity and activism in the United States often feels as if it could have taken place last week. Robbie Collin, Daily TelegraphPowers makes a convincing case for an organic debate in which the stakes are personal for each of the participants and the issues no less relevant today. David Rooney, Hollywood ReporterKing succeeds at turning a property with a number of potential wrong turns into a vibrant historical tale tackling issues and controversies that remain tragically relevant nearly 60 years later. Alonso Duralde, The WrapIt’s an immensely watchable evocation of a moment when Black America was on the verge of an upheaval that continues to resonate, in 2020 as strongly as ever. Jonathan Romney, GuardianThese men in their respective lanes are righteous and unapologetically powerfully Black in ways we may not have been able to recognize in 1964 but has become so crystal clear in 2020. Carla Renata, The Curvy Film CriticI just love seeing positive Black male friendships, positive Black male interactions on screen. These are the images hat we should continue to be able to see in media. Sharronda Williams, Pay or WaitOne Night in Miami premiered at the Venice Film Festival on September 7, 2020.

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