海滨消消乐手机游戏是一款趣味休闲手游，结合三消游戏玩法为玩家打造最清晰的消除模式主题，建立最清晰的组合色彩，具有最夏日特色的清爽玩 The sight of full-sized adult man Fred Savage tucked into bed, being read a children s story by the world s filthiest superhero not enough reason to watch Once Upon A Deadpool? Then how about the fact your ticket of this PG-13 redo of Deadpool 2 will help in the fight against cancer? Yep, of every ticket purchase will go to Fudge Cancer, the non-profit and charity that promotes prevention and early detection of cancer, and creating support networks for those diagnosed. They ll even take Canadian money! That s how vital this fight is. Learn more, or even donate directly, at Fudge Cancer s site.So even if you ve got a heart as warped as Wade s face, Once Upon A Deadpool is giving you a minimal-effort way to show the world you care! And in this topsy-turvy mixed-up world, isn t pretending to care just as good as actually caring? The answer is no. But give anyways!
In 2018, Jordan Peele’s Get Out jolted the Oscars status quo by earning nominations for four awards, including a Best Actor nod for Daniel Kaluuya. It’s not totally uncommon for prestige to pluck a horror performance from the dirt and see it as the radiant flower it is: Ruth Gordon won an Oscar for her eerie turn in Rosemary’s Baby; Bette Davis got a nod for her freaky What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? role; and Jodie Foster, Natalie Portman, and Kathy Bates all took home Oscars for Silence of the Lambs, Black Swan, and Misery, respectively. But even when a horror performance is honored, a whole lot of people twist themselves into knots trying to say a film wasn’t actually horror — Kaluuya was nominated for a Golden Globe in the Musical or Comedy category.Ever since the premiere of Peele’s sophomore feature Us at SXSW, Lupita Nyong’o’s stunning performance as Adelaide and Red — two distinctly different but complementary versions of the same character — has been earning her high praise. Not since Jeremy Irons’ turn in David Cronenberg’s Dead Ringers has an actor in a horror film rendered such a complex psychological study of the self through twinning. Nyong’o’s transformation is physical and visceral and — pretty clearly — the caliber for awards consideration. So Peele kindly settled any debate before it began by tweeting: “Us is a horror movie.”In honor of all the actors who’ve toiled away in horror, either to be forgotten or snubbed, here are 13 horror performances we’ve adored – but which the major awards ignored.Essie Davis in The Babadook (2014) 98%(Photo by ©IFC Midnight)Before Jennifer Kent’s The Babadook premiered in 2014, Essie Davis was best known in America for her roles in The Matrix films and her portrayal of master sleuth Phryne Fisher in Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries (check it out on Netflix – it s a lot of fun). But grieving single mother Amelia was an opportunity for Davis to shine as a complex, terrifying anti-heroine haunted by a ghoulish children’s book character, and the death of her husband. Davis was so committed to the role that she lost her voice for three days after performing a wrenching 11-second scream on set. She told the Guardian, “It didn’t matter if I looked like s t and felt like s t every day, because that’s what it needed.” Her face — often in closeup — is puffy, with wild eyes darting in response to every creak in the house. Amelia is creepy and dangerous, and yet Davis imbues her with a sensitivity that makes her circumstance relatable and that much more horrifying.Toni Collette in Hereditary (2018) 89%When we look back on the scariest mothers of movie history, Toni Collette’s performance as Annie will likely hover around the number-one spot for a long while. Annie is unabashedly selfish with her time and art, quite different from so many of the doting mothers on film who give up their lives for their children. She both has pain and inflicts pain — indicative of the generational trauma of their family — which means she can’t really be boiled down into Good or Bad. Collette slams her whole body and being into this character for a riveting, histrionic performance that lays waste to restraint. Annie’s grief, laughter, and anger show themselves on the screen with Shakesperian levels of gravity and calculated artifice, and no one will soon forget the horrific contortions of Collette’s face as she wails in mourning for the dead. Also, against all odds, Collette somehow finds little slices of humor and humility in Annie. Miraculous. (Miraculous, too, that she was snubbed last awards season.)James McAvoy in Split (2016) 77%How many completely different characters does a guy gotta play in the same movie to get any awards talk? In Split, McAvoy embodies 23 separate personalities, ranging from a literal beast who can crawl up walls to a prim, post-menopausal woman in heels and pearls named Patricia. McAvoy said his favorite character of the bunch was actually a 9-year-old boy named Hedwig, who’s got a slight speech impediment and a whole lot of saliva when he talks. In that role, McAvoy chewed up the scenery, shoulders slumped like a bored child, bouncing off the walls with the energy of a kid who’s seen way too many shoot- em-up movies. McAvoy’s greatest craft trick, however, was in finding the silliness amid the horror, keeping the tension taut throughout those laugh lines, and then searching his way back to a more tender performance as Kevin Wendell Crumb, a broken man lost in his many identities.Nicolas Cage in Mandy (2018) 90%(Photo by © RLJE Films)It’s no secret that Nicolas Cage is known for throwing himself deeply into his roles, creating a kind of fun dance of them, seeing how far he can take the character with spontaneous emotional outbursts. Too many filmmakers simply rely on that Cage-iness when they cast him in their movies, but director Panos Cosmatos offered the actor real motivation with the character of devoted and then heartbroken Red Miller, whose quiet, sensitive side embraces his love, Mandy, with all his heart, before she is brutally ripped from him. Despite Cage’s character having to smelt his own battle axe, Cage himself is actually appropriately restrained and then only unhinged in rare moments when the narrative calls for it, but every emotion is grounded in grief and then wild and painful revenge. Cage co-star Andrea Riseborough as Mandy deserves more than a mention here, as well, having delivered an equally stellar performance that ranges from philosophical monologues to maniacal laughter.Betty Gabriel in Get Out (2017) 98%Betty Gabriel was filming a low-budget action movie called Beyond Skyline when co-star Frank Grillo recommended her for a role in Blumhouse’s The Purge: Election Year. Word had it that Jordan Peele was going to direct his debut feature and was looking to fill out a couple of roles. Gabriel showed up, and the rest is history. As housekeeper Georgina, Gabriel locates the heart of this supporting character — both the woman she was and the new woman who’s inhabiting her body. In one pivotal scene, her voice quakes as she says, “No. No-no-no-no-no-no,” her eyes — filled with tears — at odds with the smile on her face, as though she’s a dummy puppet and either part is being manipulated by a different puppeteer. This chasm in Georgina’s personality becomes her central tension and the source of so many skin-crawling scenes, with the underlying message that the scariest thing is not knowing yourself.Gong Yoo in Train to Busan (2016) 94%Yeon Sang-ho’s ultra-violent zombie action film earned a place in America’s hearts, not just because of its thrilling and bloody chase sequences, but because it’s really the story about a father’s sacrifice for his child. Gong Yoo plays Seok-woo, a busy, divorced dad whose young daughter has asked him to take her to be with her mother in Busan. Before he even gets on the fateful train with the girl, he already feels like a failure, unable to properly show love. Gong Yoo’s performance of this sad dad finding his way grounds an otherwise flighty narrative. Even in busy action sequences populated by hundreds of zombified extras, Yoo exudes a kind of nervous strength focused singularly on the survival of his daughter. Sang-ho also includes another dad in the film, Sang-hwa, played by Ma Dong-seok, who offers an extremely complementary performance to Yoo’s, displaying a kind of earnest courage, which Yoo feeds off of for the transformation of his character.Tony Todd in Candyman (1992) 77%(Photo by ©TriStar Pictures)Who can make you jump out of your skin and also yearn for his fateful embrace? The candyman can! Tony Todd’s presence in this frightfully ridiculous story rises above the material. The convoluted urban fairy tale features Todd as its boogeyman, called from his grave when his name is said in the mirror three times. Todd said he was immediately taken with the role, despite some misgivings around race in the story, simply because the imagery of gore in the city was something he hadn’t seen before. In 2015, he told IGN: “I’ve always wanted to find my own personal Phantom of the Opera.” That desire is evident in Todd’s melodrama and theatricality. He embodies and flaunts the grotesque, a mythically imposing figure with sweeping grand gestures that become impossibly romantic — even though the Candyman’s got a rib cage of bees! Todd’s resonant voice, wide smile, and mesmerizing eyes add up to one tempting, unforgettable villain.Jeff Goldblum in The Fly (1986) 93%(Photo by 20th Century Fox Film Corp. )It’s galling that, at first, the studio couldn’t see Jeff Goldblum as Seth Brundle, the brilliant scientist destroyed by his own teleportation creation. But perhaps they didn’t know that Goldblum would work out like a madman and drink coffee every waking minute of his days to embody the maniac his character would become — the Brundlefly. Cronenberg knew. As Brundle, Goldblum s natural charisma perfectly matches Geena Davis’ Veronica, a journalist who’s come out to a stranger’s apartment to check out his weird machines. Veronica’s inquisitiveness puzzle-pieces together with Brundle’s excitement, and the two settle into a lovely, if short-lived, romance. Where Goldblum shines is when he transforms into a wild man capable of snapping off a strongman’s arm in a bar. In one scene, the actor ad-libbed an entire caffeine-fueled, buzzy monologue about philosophy and science while Davis played off his energy as the straight-man. Even under pounds of goopy makeup, Goldblum makes his Brundlefly a sympathetic monster of circumstance.Sissy Spacek and Piper Laurie in Carrie (1976) 93%Director Brian De Palma was adamant that Carrie’s telekinetic outbursts were simply about teenaged angst, but young actor Sissy Spacek latched onto the idea that Carrie was “really about a young girl who is an artist who just wants to be normal,” and that the girl dreamed of expressing herself through poetry one day, but her fascist mother took it away from her. Spacek’s mythology of her character was so deep that De Palma at times just let her run off with the role, while he focused on specific shots. Her mannerisms equally evoke an innocent naïf and an all-powerful goddess, and her performance is matched only by that of Piper Laurie, who didn’t at first understand what would be required of her from the script, until she read it with the eyes of Lady Macbeth. The result of Laurie’s work is an unrivaled whites-of-her-eyes performance of Biblical intensity, glimmers of it present in Toni Collette’s Annie of Hereditary.Mia Farrow in Rosemary's Baby (1968) 96%Though Ruth Gordon was honored by the Academy Awards for her part as the nosy neighbor attempting to lure Rosemary into an orgy with the devil, Mia Farrow sadly was not, despite the arc of her emotions anchoring this nightmarish tale. Director Roman Polanski himself said he didn’t really have to direct her. He trusted her to come to these emotions herself, and he didn’t pre-plan or storyboard any shots, instead watching how Farrow approached the scene and setting up around that. Rosemary transforms from shy, childlike cheerleader wife to pregnant paranoid prisoner of a cult. The way she moves between gullibility and strength becomes so relatable, while the gaslighting becomes more and more absurd an accurate, if frightening, portraiture of a woman at the whims of her man and the devil he’s made a deal with. Her performance is so affecting that the calm and resolute demeanor she strikes when she’s made peace with her destiny is both surprising and inevitable.Isabelle Adjani in Possession (1981) 88%(Photo by Courtesy the Everett Collection)Three words: Subway tunnel scene. Andrzej Zulawski’s tale of an unearthly sex monster who’s taken hold of a Berlin housewife turns into high art because of Isabelle Adjani’s dedication to self-annihilation over the course of the film. Here, she plays Anna, one half of a marriage that’s suddenly imploding in hysteria and intrigue. Anna’s husband, played by an impeccable Sam Neill, attempts to search out where and with whom she’s been spending her time. When she is in the house, she’s erratic, cutting herself and her husband with an electric knife, eyes possessed. But in that tunnel scene is where the audience gets the full indication of how much Anna’s body is not her own, as Adjani flagellates herself with a milk carton, ramming her tiny frame into the tile walls, bathing in the spilled milk as though she’s communing with a higher, violent spirit. She barks and gasps with laughter until her body erupts with blood and green goop, and, holy wow, is it unnerving.Linda Blair in The Exorcist (1973) 83%Linda Blair earned an Oscar nomination for her role as possessed little Reagan, thank God, but lost out to another young actor, Tatum O’Neil, in the Supporting Actress category. Famously, writer William Blatty blasted George Cukor for leading a campaign to denigrate horror films as undeserving of an Academy Award, but Blair’s performance lives on, award or not. As the lovable Reagan (pre-possession), she gleams with innocence and precociousness, which makes that moment when she stands with blank eyes, cursing her mother’s fancy guests and urinating on the carpet, so shocking. The emotional flexibility it takes for a child to then be strapped to a bed, globbed with green makeup, hurling incredible insults at adults, is otherworldly, not to mention the physicality required of her to constantly thrash on the bed and yank at the straps on her wrists and ankles. Oh, lord, and then there’s the crucifix… We’ll just say it’s a tour de force performance most adult actors wouldn’t have the maturity to do, let alone a child.Jack Nicholson/Shelley Duvall in The Shining (1980) 84%Jack Nicholson and Shelley Duvall as Jack and Wendy Torrance are two sides of a terrifying coin. Jack is all action, while Wendy is reaction, their push and pull and friction grinding this film into brutal horror. One gets the sense that Nicholson was born to play his role of a sadistic alcoholic narcissist who blames his wife and children for his writerly failures, even though they’ve uprooted their lives to fulfill his dream of finally getting some free time to work on that novel. Nicholson is wild-eyed and untethered, some of his greatest lines (“Here’s Johnny!”) resulting from a multitude of takes meant to wear the actors down into lunacy. Duvall embodies pure, unadulterated fear, lip quivering, earth quaking beneath her. Nicholson’s performance lives on for its horror only because Duvall can deliver the uncertainty and panic, her arms limply but dutifully swinging a baseball bat at an approaching monster Wendy always knew lurked beneath.澳门百佬汇下注PRODUCTION DEVELOPMENT: Game Of Thrones Creators Set Up Their Third Series at Netflix(Photo by Taylor Hill/Getty Images)Game Of Thrones creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss have set up series at Netflix: an adaptation of The Overstory, author Richard Powers’ Pulitzer-winning 2018 novel about a group of people drawn into an impending catastrophe in a parallel world most people can’t see. Powers and Hugh Jackman will also be producers on the project, which is the third series Benioff and Weiss have set up as part of their five-year, 0 million with the streaming service.Alexa Super Bowl ad star Michael B. Jordan signed a deal to produce TV shows for Amazon Video, and his first project for the streaming service will be a limited series, The Greatest, about Muhammad Ali. Jordan, who plays Apollo Creed in the Creed movies, will not star in the scripted series, which he is making in partnership with Ali’s estate and Jay-Z’s Roc Nation. (Deadline)James Cameron is teaming with McG and Burn Notice creator Matt Nix on a True Lies series pilot for CBS. Cameron tried to create an adaptation of the Arnold Schwarenegger/Jamie Lee Curtis/Tom Arnold movie more than three years ago at Fox, then with producer Marc Guggenheim and McG. (TVLine)As part of his nine-figure development deal with ViacomCBS, Yellowstone creator (and one-time Sons of Anarchy star) Taylor Sheridan will create a Yellowstone prequel series titled Y: 1883, about the Dutton family of the original series, and how their hard-fought move to Montana took them from poverty to wealth.Director and actor Tom Verica, who starred in How to Get Away With Murder, has been made the head of creative production at Shonda Rhimes’ Shondaland, where he’ll work on shows like Bridgerton and the upcoming Inventing Anna. (THR)The original cast of The Best Man movie franchise will reunite for a 10-episode Peacock series, The Best Man: The Final Chapters. Morris Chestnut, Melissa De Sousa, Taye Diggs, Regina Hall, Terrence Howard, Sanaa Lathan, Nia Long, and Harold Perrineau return to update audiences on their characters, as does the original movie writer and director Malcolm D. Lee. (Deadline)Among pilots ordered by The CW: a live-action remake of The Powerpuff Girls from Diablo Cody; a series about DC Comics superheroine Naomi from Ava DuVernay; a remake of the USA series The 4400; and a dramedy about a pair of young nuns from Jane the Virgin producer Jennie Snyder Urman.FX has ordered a pilot for The Spook Who Sat by the Door, based on Sam Greenlee’s 1969 fiction book about the first Black CIA officer, who goes through all of the agency’s training to be an agent, only to be assigned to the equivalent of the photocopy room. Lee Daniels is executive producer on the project, with Leigh Dana Jackson (Scream, Sleepy Hollow) writing and Gerard McMurray (The First Purge) directing the pilot.Rick and Morty and Community creator Dan Harmon’s first project as part of his deal with Fox will be an untitled animated comedy about a family made up of humans, gods, and monsters who are trying to peacefully govern one of the world’s first cities together in ancient Greece.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
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This Week s Ketchup brings you more headlines from the world of film development news, covering new roles for stars like Tom Cruise, Ryan Gosling, and Tiffany Haddish.This WEEK S TOP STORYRYAN GOSLING TO STAR IN DAVID LEITCH ACTION FILM(Photo by Richard Foreman Jr/©FilmDistrict)About seven years ago, the news broke that Dwayne Johnson was in talks to star in an adaptation of the 1980s action TV show The Fall Guy, which featured Lee Majors as a luckless stuntman who investigated crimes on the side (a formula that dominated TV of that era). That project never happened, and it appears to have fallen deeply out of development, but the premise of a movie about a stuntman is still relevant (and indeed, it s what half of last year s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood was about). This week, after a heated auction, Universal Pictures has landed the rights to an untitled Hollywood stuntman action drama project that has Ryan Gosling attached to star for director David Leitch (Atomic Blonde, Deadpool 2, Fast Furious Presents: Hobbs Shaw). Leitch is himself a former stuntman and stunt coordinator, and Ryan Gosling has already played a stuntman in two previous films (Drive and The Place Beyond the Pines). In their coverage of the deal, The Hollywood Reporter leans heavily into comparisons to The Fall Guy and Hollywood s long interest in a Fall Guy movie, but at this point, there seems to be no confirmation that the movie actually is an adaptation of that TV show. Other studios that bid against Universal Pictures included MGM, Paramount, and Netflix.Other Top Headlines1. BOTH BLACK WIDOW AND WEST SIDE STORY NOW DELAYED UNTIL 2021 (Photo by Marvel Studios)There are still some major movies scheduled for theatrical releases in the next few months (including No Time to Die, Pixar s Soul, Dune, and Wonder Woman 1984), but this week, Walt Disney Pictures made big changes regarding several of their upcoming films, delaying more of their most anticipated titles. Marvel Studios first return to the MCU post Avengers: Endgame will be the prequel Black Widow, which is now scheduled for May 7, 2021 after originally being dated for May 1, 2020 and then more recently, November 6, 2020. This shift means that other Marvel movies are also being bumped back, starting with Eternals (now 11/5/2021) and Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (now 7/9/2021). Disney also pushed back Steven Spielberg s remake of West Side Story almost a full year from December 18, 2020 to December 10, 2021. In an interesting turn of events, that means that Lin-Manuel Miranda s In the Heights (6/18/2021) is effectively opening before West Side Story again after it was rescheduled from its original June 26, 2020 release date earlier this year. The COVID-19 pandemic is continuing to impact the movie release calendar, and these changes likely won t be the last, so stay tuned for more updates.2. WONG KAR-WAI NOW WORKING ON SEQUEL TO 1994 CLASSIC CHUNGKING EXPRESS (Photo by Everett Collection)When Bong Joon-ho won big at this year s Academy Awards for Parasite, including Best Picture, it shed some light on other acclaimed international filmmakers who in the past mostly had to settle for the Foreign Film category. One such director who has shockingly never been nominated for an Academy Award is Wong Kar-wai, whose filmography includes Fallen Angels, Happy Together, In the Mood for Love, and the 1996 arthouse hit Chungking Express (Certified Fresh at 87%). That film might seem like an odd choice to receive a sequel some 26+ years later, but according to Chinese authorities, that s apparently exactly what Wong Kar-wai has planned, as he has submitted a screenplay called Chungking Express 2020 that the Chinese government has approved to move into production. The plot summary offered in the filing is curious, as it first recounts the story of Chungking Express, which followed two separate stories involving police officers, and then describes a new scenario that takes place in the future: In 2036, young Xiao Qian and May are unwilling to be held back by genetic partnerings, and insist on finding their own destiny.' It remains unclear if the new film will revisit the two stories of the first movie in some way.3. TIFFANY HADDISH JOINS NICOLAS CAGE META-COMEDY(Photo by Michele K. Short/Universal Pictures)Production will soon begin on the Lionsgate action-comedy The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent, in which Nicolas Cage will play a fictionalized version of himself. The premise of the movie follows Cage as he accepts a million-dollar offer from a wealthy super-fan (played by Pedro Pascal) that leads to Cage being forced to re-enact some of his most popular classic movie scenes. This week, we found out who will be joining Pascal as another fictional character, as Tiffany Haddish has signed on to co-star in The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent as an eccentric rogue government agent who forces superstar Nicolas Cage to go undercover in a crazy, off-book, last-ditch effort to bring one of the largest criminal organizations in Europe down for good. It s unclear if this undercover assignment is part of the main storyline involving Pedro Pascal s character, or perhaps a b-story elsewhere in the movie (but it s probably the former).4. RON HOWARD TO DIRECT BIOPIC ABOUT CHINESE PIANIST SUPERSTAR LANG LANG (Photo by Jaap Buitendijk/©Universal Pictures)Chinese pianist Lang Lang is only 38 years old, but he has already received an international reception more typical of a classical musician twice his age. He s also apparently impressed many within Hollywood s upper echelons, because Ron Howard has signed on to direct an untitled Lang Lang biopic to be based on his memoir, Journey of a Thousand Miles. The planned biopic will depict Lang s journey from a childhood in the northern Chinese city of Shenyang to fame both in China and across the entire world. It s not yet known if Howard or his producing partners plan on casting Lang to play himself. In a statement about the film s announcement, Lang Lang said, Dream big, work hard, and always believe in yourself. This movie, thanks to Ron Howard’s vision, will inspire young people around the world to follow their dreams and never forget they are one in a million. 5. TOM CRUISE S SPACE X TRIP OFFICIALLY ANNOUNCED (Photo by ©Universal Pictures)Hollywood may move at its own languid pace, but it s nothing compared to the last few decades of manned space exploration, which seems to have drastically slowed down following the amazing speed at which it developed in the 1960s and 1970s. One of the most surprising movie announcements of 2020 thus far came in May when Tom Cruise announced his plans to become the first movie star to actually film scenes for a major Hollywood production in outer space himself. This project got one step closer to actually happening this week as the official Twitter account for Space Shuttle Almanac formally added Tom Cruise s outer space project to their list of planned missions. Commander Michael Lopez-Alegria will pilot a Space X Crew Dragon Axiom Tourist FLight in October, 2021 with Tom Cruise and director Doug Liman (American Made, Edge of Tomorrow) aboard, presumably with at least one other crew member to aid in whatever they have planned to film in space. There is no release date (or title) for Tom Cruise s space movie yet, but given the late 2021 filming, we can probably expect it sometime in 2022 or perhaps 2023.6. EVA LONGORIA IS READY (TO DIRECT) A NICE LONG SPA DAY(Photo by Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection)After her long run on the hit ABC dramedy series Desperate Housewives, Eva Longoria has increasingly turned her attention towards a new career as producer and director, including several TV shows and plans for the Flamin Hot Cheetos movie (seriously). That film could eventually become Longoria s directorial debut feature, but with pandemic delays wreaking havoc on production schedules, it s anyone s guess when that movie will even be released. In the meantime, Longoria added another movie to her possible future filmography this week, signing on with Sony Pictures to star in, produce, and direct a female ensemble action comedy called Spa Day. The premise is being kept secret for now, but it s pretty easy to imagine what it will be like based on just the title, the genres, and the star and director. We ve all seen movies.7. LONG-RUNNING SONY VIDEO GAME FRANCHISE YAKUZA GETTING ITS OWN MOVIE(Photo by Sega)This story is ostensibly about the long-running Yazuka video game franchise, but let s start by remembering another similar video game. Shenmue was a 1999 game for the Sega Dreamcast set in the world of 1980s Japanese crime gangs (and martial arts), but the reason it s particularly relevant here is that, in 2001, the cut scenes for the game were packaged together as Shenmue: The Movie. Fast forward twenty years, and it s easy to argue that many video games could be adapted as movies that way (it would probably be a lot cheaper too). The Yakuza games also published by Sega are increasingly cinematic in that way, but this week s news of plans for a Yakuza movie describe the film as live action. Yakuza is Sega s second best-selling franchise after Sonic the Hedgehog, who made his super speed jump to the movies earlier this year, so it makes sense that the game publisher is now turning its attention towards getting a Yakuza movie produced as well. Variety describes the first Yakuza game this way: Kazuma Kiryu [is] released from a 10-year prison sentence after taking the fall for the murder of his family’s patriarch, [and as] the entire Japanese underworld is pulled into the search for 0 million stolen from the vault of his former clan, Kiryu is forced back into the lawless world of the Yakuza. 8. UNIVERSAL TO TRY OUT FANCY NEW TECHNOLOGY WITH ICE CUBE SCI-FI MOVIE (Photo by Bob Mahoney/©Warner Bros.)The old school studio system of classic Hollywood may have gone away decades ago, but we do still see today movie stars who have strong relationships with specific studios. Rapper-turned-actor Ice Cube, for example, starred in Universal s Ride Along (Rotten at 18%) and its sequel (Rotten at 13%), as well as the upcoming Flint Strong boxing biopic. Ice Cube is now signed to reunite with Universal Pictures on an untitled grounded science fiction project to be directed by frequent music video director Rich Lee. The premise hasn t been revealed yet, except that it was compared to District 9, and the focus right now appears to be on the new screen capture technology that producer Timur Bekmambetov is bringing to the project.9. NEXT FATHER OF THE BRIDE REMAKE TO FOCUS ON LATINX FAMILY (Photo by ©Buena Vista Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)Every once in a while in Hollywood s history, there will be a remake so beloved that it s actually more famous than the original John Carpenter s The Thing is a frequently cited example of that. Another remake that seems to have gone on to overshadow the legacy of the original movie is 1991 s Father of the Bride (Fresh at 70%), starring Steve Martin, which was actually a remake of the 1950 film starring Spencer Tracy and Elizabeth Taylor. We re getting another reminder of the remake s enduring popularity soon, as Netflix this week released the trailer for a special called Father of the Bride Part 3 (ish), which promises to reunite franchise stars like Steve Martin and Diane Keaton. We also learned this week that Warner Bros. has plans for another Father of the Bride remake, this time revolving around a Latinx family as a father deals with his daughter’s upcoming wedding through the prism of multiple relationships within a big, sprawling Cuban-American family. This new version is also being described as more of a rom-com than previous versions of the film. Screenwriter Matt Lopez, who has previously worked on other remakes like Disney s Race to Witch Mountain (Rotten at 43%) and The Sorcerer s Apprentice (Rotten at 40%) was reportedly influenced by his own cross-cultural nuptials and the many epic Cuban weddings he has attended. On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
singing loud for all to hear? Those are all well and good, but unfortunately, they’re only really well and good for about two months a year. But, you know what’s good almost all the time? Every other quote in the movie!Answering the phone? Buddy the elf. What s your favorite color? Taking a trip to Northern California? Francisco! That s fun to say! Francisco Frannncisco Franciscooo… Watching Cersei Lannister plot a scheme? You sit on a throne of lies! Elf Goes Retro(Photo by New Line Cinema)Unlike many Christmas movies of the 21st century, which sought to bring a modern sheen to the holiday, Elf went the opposite direction, drawing artistic inspiration from campy stop-motion holiday classics from Rankin/Bass like Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer, Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town, and Jack Frost to give a timeless feel to the whole film.In an interview with 20/20 in 2017, director Jon Favreau said, We used stop-motion animation so when you watch it, it doesn t feel like it ages the same way that a film that has a lot of digital effects does. And even when Elf featured CGI, it used it to mimic the same classic stop-motion feel.And it worked. Compared to other CGI-filled Christmas movies from the 2000s including The Santa Clause 2 and 3 (55% and 17% on the Tomatometer, respectively), The Polar Express (55%), and Disney’s A Christmas Carol (54%) Elf’s Certified Fresh 84% ranks on top. And fans agree as well, as last year Elf was selected as the Best Christmas Movie of the 21st Century by FandangoNOW users.
CASTING NEWS: Wait, How?!?! Ethan Hawke Lives in The Purge Season Finale on USA Network(Photo by Universal Pictures)Ethan Hawke is back for The Purge: the star of the original Purge movie guest stars in the season two finale (December 17, 9pm EST) of USA’s The Purge series. His James Sandin, the security system salesman who set out to protect his family from home invaders in the movie, pops up in the opening moments of “7:01 AM,” which flashes back to one week before the first national purge, when Sandin’s high-tech security system was first tested.For December 18’s Live in Front of a Studio Audience: All in the Family/Good Times, the follow-up to the Emmy-winning All in the Family/The Jeffersons installment that aired in May, ABC has announced the Good Times cast. Oscar, Emmy, and Tony Award-winner Viola Davis and Emmy-winner Andre Braugher will play Evans family parents Florida and James, while Saturday Night Live alum Jay Pharoah will play “dyn-o-mite” catchphrase spouting oldest son J.J., Asante Blackk (This Is Us) will play younger son Michael, and Corrine Foxx (Beat Shazam) will play Evans daughter Thelma. Tiffany Haddish will play Evans family friend and neighbor Willona, while When They See Us Emmy winner Jharrel Jerome will also join the cast in an undisclosed role, and Patti LaBelle and Anthony Anderson will appear in a musical number.Meanwhile, Marisa Tomei, Woody Harrelson, Ellie Kemper, and Ike Barinholtz are returning as Edith and Archie Bunker, and Gloria and Mike “Meathead” Stivic, respectively, for the All in the Family half of Live in Front of a Studio Audience, which will also include Kevin Bacon, Justina Machado, and Jesse Eisenberg in yet-to-be-announced roles.DEVELOPMENT NEWS: HBO Max Hoops It Up with Drama Series About the Lakers’ Showtime Years with Magic and KareemHBO has given a series order to an Adam McKay-produced drama about the 1980s-era Los Angeles Lakers, the Magic Johnson/Kareem Abdul-Jabbar team known as “Showtime” after the squad’s exciting, rapid-pace gameplay and A-list crowd. The series will star Jason Clarke as legendary player-turned-general manager Jerry West; John C. Reilly as Lakers owner Jerry Buss; newcomer Quincy Isaiah as Johnson; and former Harlem Globetrotter Solomon Hughes as Abdul-Jabbar. The series is based on Jeff Pearlman s book Showtime: Magic, Kareem, Riley and the Los Angeles Lakers Dynasty of the 1980s.Lifetime will premiere Surviving R. Kelly Part II: The Reckoning on Jan. 2. The three-night special is a follow up to the network’s Emmy-nominated documentary that investigated the decades of sexual abuse allegations against the titular R B singer, who currently faces 18 federal charges, including child pornography and kidnapping. Part II will feature new interviews with survivors, investigative journalist Jim DeRogatis, music industry insiders, #MeToo founder Tarana Burke, and attorneys prosecuting R. Kelly.(Photo by Barry Wetcher/ © Warner Bros. / courtesy Everett Collection)Nicholas Braun, who plays cousin Greg on HBO’s Succession, will executive produce and star in an in-development drama about WeWork. Based on an upcoming book by Wall Street Journal reporters Eliot Brown and Maureen Farrell, the limited series doesn’t have a network home yet, but will feature Braun playing controversial WeWork founder Adam Neumann. Chernin Entertainment and Endeavor Content are behind the project, and as part of acquiring the rights to the book, will also produce a documentary about WeWork, the billion workspace startup that crashed after an IPO attempt. (THR)Netflix has ordered a scripted series about Spotify, based on the book Spotify Untold by Swedish business journalists Sven Carlsson and Jonas Leijonhufvud. The series will unfold the tale of how a pair of Swedish tech investors helped revolutionize the music industry – actually, helped save the industry from rampant online piracy – with the 2006 launch of the music streaming company.Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra are producing a new dance competition series for Amazon Video. Based on their own December 2018 wedding celebration, the series is inspired by the Indian pre-wedding tradition called the Sangeet. The Sangeet takes place the night before a wedding ceremony, and brings together the bride and groom’s families for a program filled with song and dance performances. Each episode of the series will follow one engaged couple and their friends and families as they prepare for their own Sangeet, with help from celebrity choreographers, stylists, and creative directors.Quibi, the short-form streaming service that will launch in April, has greenlit a new season of the Comedy Central gem Reno 911!, which originally aired from 2003-09 on the cable network. Co-creators Thomas Lennon, Robert Ben Garant, and Kerri Kenney-Silver will write and return as the series stars, along with additional members of the series’ original cast.Steve, Steve Harvey’s syndicated talk show, ended in June. The comedian will debut his new talk show – Steve on Watch – on Jan. 6, on Facebook Watch.Showtime is getting musical on Dec. 27 with documentaries on Duran Duran and New Order. New Order: Decades and Duran Duran: There’s Something You Should Know air back-to-back beginning at 7:30 PM ET.Fortune Feimster (The Mindy Project, Life in Pieces) will star in Sweet Salty, an hour-long standup special for Netflix. The special, which premieres on January 21, will find the comedian telling very personal stories, about being a former debutante and realizing she was a lesbian while watching a movie.(Photo by BBC America)Doctor Who on the big screen: in a January 5 Fathom event at more than 600 movie theaters across the country, Thirteenth Doctor Jodie Whittaker and companions Tosin Cole and Mandip Gill will do a live Q+A following a screening of the Doctor Who season 12 premiere. Tickets are available at FathomEvents.com.Who doesn’t love a Thin Mint or a Do-Si-Do? Food Network is getting in on viewers’ obsession with Girl Scout cookies in Girl Scout Cookie Championship, a new competition series that challenges five bakers in each episode to transform the iconic cookies into “works of edible art.” Alyson Hannigan hosts the four-episode series, which will include such concoctions as a three-tiered blueberry mint glacier cake made out of Thin Mints, a giant double barrel toasted marshmallow cake made with S mores cookies, and a 10-layer Do-si-do red velvet globe cake with peanut butter buttercream. The series premieres on Feb. 3.Andy Cohen is launching a sequel to his bestselling memoirs, in the form of an animated TV series. The Bravo father of all things Real Housewives and Watch What Happens Live host has inspired The Andy Cohen Diaries, a Quibi series that will unfold Cohen’s “iconic and untold moments,” the kind he has written about in his bestselling memoirs The Andy Cohen Diaries: A Deep Look at a Shallow Year and Superficial: More Adventures From the Andy Cohen Diaries. Cohen will also be an executive producer on the Quibi series. (THR)Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson, and writer/producer Bob Gale will be in attendance as the 11th Annual TCM Classic Film Festival kicks off on April 16, 2020 in Hollywood with a 35th anniversary screening of Back to the Future.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
澳门百佬汇下注 After a deadly virus wipes out the majority of the world s population, two groups of survivors end up picking sides — with 108-year-old prophet Mother Abigail (Whoopi Goldberg) or the demonic Randal Flagg (Alexander Skarsgård) — in a supernatural battle between good and evil to decide the fate of mankind. That, in a nutshell, is the gist of Stephen King s The Stand.The author s iconic novel is considered by many to be one of his best works — it has been updated multiple times by King and was adapted into an Emmy Award-winning mini-series by Mick Garris in 1994. Now, a new version of the story is hitting CBS All Access on Thursday, December 17, in the form of a nine-episode mini-series.This highly-anticipated series, which was brought to life by Josh Boone, Benjamin Cavell, and Taylor Elmore, features a packed cast, including Goldberg, Skarsgård, James Marsden, Odessa Young, Jovan Adepo, Amber Heard, Owen Teague, Henry Zaga, Brad William Henke, Greg Kinnear, Irene Bedard, Katherine McNamara, and Nat Wolff.It s been two-and-a-half decades since we ve seen Mother Abigail face-off against the Dark Man — that mini-series is Certified Fresh on the Tomatometer with a score of 71%. Will this new adaptation of Stephen King s novel fare better than its predecessor? Or will it end up dead-on-arrival? Here s what the critics are saying about CBS All Access s The Stand.How Faithful Is It to the Book?(Photo by © CBS All Access) This adaptation – developed by Josh Boone and Benjamin Cavell – takes the unique approach of telling the story in a nonlinear fashion, one that introduces viewers less to the pandemic itself more to the characters, the hearts and souls that the story is ultimately about. It s a move that may not sit well with some die-hard King fans, but it s one that injects a new life into the story. Starting with people, not with plague and it immediately sets the series out on a much better foot and almost immediately will hook audiences. — Nicole Drum, ComicBook.com If you are familiar with the first mini-series, there are a lot of scenes that looks eerily similar in the new iteration, but there is so much more. Those that have read the novel will find this adaptation does better justice to the massive cast of characters. But, you may not like all of the changes. — Alex Maidy, Jo Blo s Movie Network This new format also asks a lot of its viewers, particularly those who aren’t Constant Readers. With all of this leaping around, so much of the characterization draws upon an inherent knowledge of the source material. Relationships are formed without much connective tissue, narrative beats are well underway with nary a point of origin, and references are dropped at a brisk pace. Again, all of this will likely make for a disorienting experience for newcomers in King’s Dominion. — Michael Roffman, Consequence of SoundHow Is the cast?(Photo by Robert Falconer/CBS ©2020 CBS Interactive, Inc. All Rights Reserved.) Skarsgård does for Randall Flagg what his brother Bill did for Pennywise. This Randall Flagg is the force of evil that Matthew McConaughey failed to evoke in The Dark Tower. This Flagg is more than a monster but a true force of evil. Goldberg was also born to play Abigail Freemantle and brought me to tears during this series. — Alex Maidy, Jo Blo s Movie Network This version of the story more richly develops some of the key characters from the novel and indeed even the previous live-action adaptation. Frannie Goldsmith (played by Odessa Young), for example, is fleshed out in a more grounded and realistic way while Tom Cullen (Brad William Henke) is given more humanity than perhaps we ve seen before. It helps that both Young and Henke deliver solid performances that feel less like archetype characters and more like people we can easily identify from our own lives. — Nicole Drum, ComicBook.com The cast mostly doesn t rise much above the level of competence – nor, to be fair, drop much below it. The notable exceptions are Brad William Henke (Orange Is the New Black) making his mentally challenged character Tom Cullen impossible not to love; Alexander Skarsgård (True Blood) projecting a palpable sense of evil as Randall Flagg, the baddest of the bad guys; and Henry Zaga, who pulls off a nearly impossible assignment in portraying Nick Andros, a man who can t hear or speak and can barely see. — Glenn Garvin, Reason Online If there s a standout here it s Teague, who plays Harold as an incel sociopath who can just pass as an ordinary, happy citizen. In one of his best moments he fakes his way through the rebuilding utopia with a smile that tries to look winning but mostly looks like Jim Carrey in full manic mode. — Keith Phipps, TV GuideIs the World-Building Epic Enough?(Photo by James Minchin/CBS) Because things are moving at such a rapid clip, it’s hard to really get a grasp on what’s at stake, and that feeling extends towards much of the world building. At times, it’s a very claustrophobic experience with so much of what’s happening in this world being told rather than shown. And while some of this exposition is wisely left to our own imaginations, most of these comments feel like tossed in signposts, leaving the narrative feeling often hollow. — Michael Roffman, Consequence of Sound The series’ first couple of hours, premiere “The End” and second episode “Pocket Savior,” build an exquisite amount of tension: The shifting locations capture the permeation of the outbreak; each cough and sniffle portends upcoming doom; and the series’ makeup department should be commended for making the physical effects of “Captain Trips” very, very gross. But after those initial world-building episodes, The Stand never feels dirty enough — neither in its presentation of the physical and emotional impact of all this sickness, loss, and death, nor in its consideration of the lure of Flagg’s totalitarianism-as-hedonism rule in his New Vegas bacchanalia. — Roxana Hadadi, Variety The series generous budget keeps its post-apocalyptic America convincing and its tense moments deliver the scares. If these first four episodes offer li
As the series end to Arrow looms, the characters in the Arrowverse, as well as the program s huge fanbase, were dealt an emotional blow when Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) sacrificed his life to save all of humanity. Oliver may have perished several times throughout the series, but his death in the recent crossover event, Crisis on Infinite Earths, proved to be his final bow. But all is not lost, though. The show s penultimate episode, titled Green Arrow and the Canaries, not only explores this loss through his daughter, Mia Smoak (Katherine McNamara), it ll also act as the backdoor pilot for CW s new superhero series of the same name.Before his death, Oliver passed the vigilante mantle to Mia, naming her the new Green Arrow. With the title, comes a cool new suit, which is all pretty awesome, considering the conflicted relationship Mia had with her father throughout the past two seasons. This is where things get sticky, though. When Oliver Queen saved the world, he created a new Earth-Prime timeline. And in the process, Mia s memories of her dad and this whole debacle were erased. 我们认为，未来中国的3A游戏不会仅有单一买断制一种变现模式。上世纪早期的游戏商业模式基本为“买断制”，高收入玩家付费购买Copy，该模式至今仍保留在主机游戏市场中；随着页游的诞生，付费模式由买断制发展为“按时长收费模式”，点卡是该模式下的产物，该模式减少了玩家游戏体验的成本；2010年后进入手游的爆发期，游戏内容免费下载，付费转为游戏“内购式”，并衍生出F2P、BattlePass、抽卡等多元氪金形式，免费制下游戏门槛大幅降低，移动互联网红利带动玩家规模迅速增加，移动游戏收入成为当今贡献度最大的游戏品类。
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