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bob体育手机登陆采用百度引擎7(Baidu 1)Join us weekly as Rotten Tomatoes reports on what s indie features are streaming. From promising releases by new voices to experimental efforts from storied filmmakers – or perhaps the next indie darling to go the distance for end-of-year accolades – we will break it all down for you here each week.For the foreseeable future, the specialty box office and all theatrical releases will be on hold as we all make efforts to socially distance ourselves and reduce the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. With that in mind, we have reshaped our Indie Fresh List to reflect the specialty box office releases that are newly available on streaming services and VOD. This week we have a documentary about a disgraced Silicon Valley CEO, a millennial break-up romantic comedy, and a perfectly timed sci-fi horror film about a young couple trapped in a labyrinthine suburban neighborhood. In our Spotlight section, we call back to a capital punishment drama that features a brilliant performance by Alfre Woodward.Streaming This Weekend

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Synopsis: Taika Waititi plays a young boy s imaginary friend, Adolf Hitler, in this provocative satire set in World War II Germany and based on the eponymous children s novel. We follow as Hitler fanatic JoJo (Roman Griffin) discovers his mother (Scarlett Johansson) is hiding a Jewish girl in his home, causing him to question the validity of Nazism and everything he has been taught.Why are we re excited about it: It s a shame that more people didn t see Waititi s earlier gems like Boy (Certified Fresh at 87%) or Hunt for The Wilderpeople (Certified Fresh at 96%), but anyone who did knows that the New Zealand writer-director has a knack for directing young children. Starring the 10-year-old Roman Griffin, Jojo Rabbit hopes to inspire a similarly enthusiastic critical reception and, if things break right, a couple of trophies. When the Thor: Ragnarok director was recently asked why he, a Māori Jew, chose to play Hitler, he quipped back, The answer is simple: What better f k you to that guy?” Charles Dickens  A Christmas Carol is one of the most-adapted tales in the history of the English language, and Steven Knight, creator of gritty period series Peaky Blinders and Taboo, is the latest talent to have taken on the task.We all know the story: crotchety miser Ebenezer Scrooge has a Christmas Eve night visitation from his dead former partner Jacob Marley, who warns him of three ghosts who will attend him as he walks through visions of Christmases past, present, and future.This new FX presentation, directed by Nick Murphy (The Awakening), stars Guy Pearce as Scrooge and Andy Serkis as a grumpy Ghost of Christmas Past and promises a darker take on the 1843 novella that made a superstar of its author: A Christmas Carol is a spine-tingling immersion into Scrooge s dark night of the soul, the promotional materials promise. It is a darker retelling. There s no question, Serkis told Rotten Tomatoes. It s a unique retelling in that respect because Scrooge in this is not some sort of old miser character. He s actually a tough businessmen who is in denial and doesn t want to really engage with his own moral relativism. We caught up with the stars to get a feel for the new adaptation — and it indeed feels scary. Here are five ways this Christmas Carol one-ups previous efforts.1. This Cool Scrooge Resonates With Modern Audiences(Photo by Kurt Iswarienko/FX)Scrooge is not as crotchety here as in previous interpretations of the character; in fact, the character may resemble more real-life people than ever before. Pearce offered a personal assessment of his character. They really wanted somebody this time who still had been affected in life the way that we know Scrooge has been, but that his demeanor and his presence in the world was more of a businessman, as a leader who is a kind of a cocky, confident, swaggering kind of asshole, basically, Pearce told Rotten Tomatoes. I think it was important for Nick, our director, and for Steven, our writer, to get away from the crotchety old man who exhibits on the surface the pain and damage that he s experienced in his life. And the fact that he s turned away from the world and plays somebody who s actually up front to the world and says, Come on, bring it on. Bring on your questions about who I am and what it is, because I ve got a really good response for you. And kind of like that, be a little bit more affronting and aggressive. And so, in a way, we still get to the point where we drag him through his past, and we make him look at the things he s done to people, and we crack open the soul that is a damaged soul. 2. This Ghost of Christmas Past Plays Dirty(Photo by Robert Viglasky/FX)But his Scrooge will face a harder fight in Knight s version, Pearce confirmed: It s a tougher journey because the Ghost of Christmas Past is a really hard nut to crack. The Ghost of Christmas Past is jaded, the character description offers. He’s been sent to make lost souls repent before, why should Scrooge be any different? He prods and pokes where it hurts, transforming himself into those known to his charge, finding a place of pain, shame and self-knowledge. But can he get Scrooge to recognize himself, and repent? 3. The Ghost of Christmas Present Has a Much More Personal Relationship With Scrooge(Photo by Robert Viglasky/FX)Charlotte Riley appears as the Ghost of Christmas Present, while Jason Flemyng is the Ghost of Christmas Future. Both ghosts are updated here with new twists on the characters. She plays my sister who has died some years before, Pearce said, and she has now come back as the Ghost of Christmas Present. And — particularly after the ruthlessness of Andy Serkis Ghost of Christmas Past, who shape-shifts into all sorts of characters through my past, and he s really tough on me — then she comes in as the Ghost of Christmas Present, and it s my long lost dead sister, so it s so emotional and so touching and painful. And then it s capped off with Jason playing sort of ruthless again, but silent like the silent-killer kind of attitude, as the Ghost of Christmas Future. 4. Steven Knight s Take Is Indeed Chilling(Photo by Robert Viglasky/FX)One of the most unsettling features of the new story is how closely it hews to issues — and personalities — we face today, which is a very intentional choice. Serkis said he knew he was in for something special when he heard Knight was attached. When I heard that there was another version of Christmas Carol being made, I kind of thought, Wow, OK. Again? Another one?' he said. But as soon as I knew that Steven Knight was writing it, I knew that now, This is going to be an interesting take, because I knew this was going to be the beginning of a journey into his exploration of Dickens in other stories as well, which is the case. Knight and the stars had previously talked about stripping down the story, which Serkis expounded on for Rotten Tomatoes. When we say stripping down, it was more about not getting bogged down in the sort of tropes of a costume drama, Victorian drama, and allowing it to live afresh as a really contemporary piece of writing, he said. And therefore, and so, even though you re what you, of course, allowing the visuals, you do that work, you want to feel that the character is alive and very present and not sort of imagining what it might be like to have been alive in the 19th century. You re not doing that. You re actually saying these are people, people are people, and we still have the same issues, problems. We need to unpack the difficulties of the human condition in this, in a very modern way to make this story resonate with a fresh audience. 5. Serkis Costuming Challenge Continues Here Even If He s Not a CG-Enhanced Character(Photo by Robert Viglasky/FX)Serkis, known especially for his CG-enhanced performances like Gollum and Caesar in the Lord of the Rings and Planet of the Apes franchises, faced a different sort of challenge here. [The costume] was so heavy. It was like going from the sublime to the ridiculous. I couldn t possibly have more makeup or costume to bear, but it was great, actually. It was nice to play a character in the flesh, and it was a particularly challenging character, not least because it was like sensory deprivation actually wearing this costume. I had long locks of hair and an additional beard. I had an eye that I couldn t see out of. I had scars all over my face. I had long nails, so once I got into costume, I was able to kind of get into the character and stay there. I had to. To compound his costuming issues, they filmed in summer. It was pretty brutal at times, Serkis said. I just had to at least take the hat off and get the top layer off as much as I could. But — actor problems. A Christmas Carol airs Thursday, December 19 at 7:30 on FX.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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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.bob体育手机登陆This Week s Ketchup brings you more headlines from the world of film development news, covering such titles as Ant-Man 3, Thor: Love and Thunder, and the Madonna biopic.This WEEK S TOP STORYLOVECRAFT COUNTRY S JONATHAN MAJORS CAST AS MAJOR ANT-MAN 3 VILLAIN(Photo by The Washington Post/Getty Images)Although the Marvel Comics characters are now all under the same corporate banner, the many years during which 20th Century Fox had the rights to Fantastic Four and X-Men had a very deep impact on how the Marvel Cinematic Universe was initially shaped. Specifically for The Avengers, some of their major villains were actually first introduced in Fantastic Four issues, so technically, it was Fox that had the rights to those characters. For example, that s ostensibly why the Skrulls were replaced by the Chitauri in The Avengers (although they were eventually available for Captain Marvel). Another major Avengers villain who was off limits was the time-travelling Kang the Conqueror, who was a Fox property because he is a future descendant of Reed Richards of the Fantastic Four (it should be noted that Kang s background is super convoluted and includes stories in which he s actually Reed s father). Marvel made a major move towards incorporating Kang the Conqueror into the MCU this week by casting Jonathan Majors, the star of HBO s Lovecraft Country, as a major villain in Ant-Man 3 that most sources are speculating will indeed be Kang the Conqueror. Kang is an obvious natural fit to be introduced in Ant-Man 3, as Paul Rudd s Scott Lang has already helped introduce time travel elements, most notably in Avengers: Endgame. Film and comics journalists were, of course, quick to start writing their Who is Kang the Conqueror? and What does Kang the Conqueror mean for the MCU? pieces. There is no current release date for Ant-Man 3, but the delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic suggest that it probably won t come out until sometime in 2023 (or late 2022 at the very earliest).Other Top Headlines1. CHRIS HEMSWORTH DEFINITELY NOT GIVING UP PLAYING THOR ANYTIME SOON (Photo by Jay Maidment/©Walt Disney Studios)Whenever Thor: Love and Thunder comes out (tentatively 2/11/2022, depending upon the COVID-19 pandemic), it will make Thor the first MCU character to receive a fourth solo film (Captain America and Iron Man both stopped at three films each). One of the most publicized details about Thor: Love and Thunder has been the revelation that Natalie Portman will be returning as her Jane Foster character, who, as in the comics, will be come the new female incaration of Thor. That has understandably led some fans to speculate that Chris Hemsworth would therefore be retiring his run as the character, but this week, in an interview, he responded to that theory very directly. Hemsworth said, Are you crazy?! I m not going into any retirement period. Thor is far too young for that. He s only 1,500 years old. It s definitely not a film that I say goodbye to this brand. At least I hope so. It s also worth noting that in the comics and at the end of Avengers: Endgame, Thor has sometimes traveled with the Guardians of the Galaxy, so it s possible that even if Portman takes over one version of Thor, Hemsworth could continue as another. In related news, Tatiana Maslany (Orphan Black, Perry Mason) was cast this week as Bruce Banner s lawyer cousin She-Hulk in the upcoming Disney+ series. It s not yet been confirmed whether She-Hulk might someday cross over into the MCU movies, but several other of the shows (such as the first two, WandaVision and The Falcon and Winter Soldier) obviously do. In the comics, She-Hulk has been a member of various versions of The Avengers (including the all-female A-Force team) and also had a long run in the 1980s as a member of the Fantastic Four.2. MADONNA TO DIRECT HER OWN MUSICAL BIOPIC (Photo by Kristin Callahan/Everett Collection)Although there have obviously been dozens (hundreds?) of major biopics about major celebrities, it is relatively uncommon for the film s subject to be directly involved besides possibly as a producer or screenwriter. There have been a handful of films in which where the celebrity played themselves, but the only movie that this writer can think of that the star subject actually directed was Richard Pryor s Jo Jo Dancer, Your Life is Calling (and even that film was a fictionalized version of Pryor s life). Of course, Madonna has sort of made an entire career out of doing things differently (which is in itself a biopic trope ), and so the news was not really that surprising this week that she will be directing her own biopic. The Univeral Pictures project doesn t yet have a title (though Material Girl seems like an obvious choice?), or a confirmed star to actually play the young Madonna (though recent rumors speculated Ozark star Julia Garner might have it after Madonna started following Garner on Instagram). We ve known that Madonna was working on something for a few months now, because earlier this year, Madonna revealed that she and Juno (Certified Fresh at 94%) screenwriter Diablo Cody were working on a project during their COVID-19 quarantine time. It s not yet known if Madonna will be writing any new music for her biopic, or if the actress playing her will do her own singing in the role.3. CHRIS ROCK WRITING SCREENPLAY FOR DAVE CHAPPELE AND SNL PAL ADAM SANDLER (Photo by Kristin Callahan, Priscilla Grant, Jason Smith/Everett Collection)Since the show first started in the 1970s, the success of Saturday Night Live has led to an unintended division of sorts between comedians and comic actors: the SNL alumni and everybody else. One comedian who didn t graduate from the long-running NBC institution is Dave Chappelle, who instead starred in his own popular sketch show, Chappelle s Show, from 2003 to 2006. Chris Rock, on the other hand, is a former SNL star who frequently works with his old SNL pals, including Adam Sandler and David Spade. It appears that Rock wants to bring Chappelle into that fold, because the former revealed this week that he has written a new screenplay that he is giddy about that he hopes he can co-star in alongside both Dave Chappelle and Adam Sandler. Rock didn t get into any details about the story, and it s also not yet known if this would be a feature film, or possibly part of Adam Sandler s ongoing Netflix package deals.4. ANIME BOX OFFICE CHAMP YOUR NAME GETTING LIVE-ACTION REMAKE(Photo by ©FUNimation)If you d like to stump one of your anime-loving friends, you could ask them if they know what film currently holds the all-time box office record for an anime feature film. The answer is not any of the obvious guesses, like, say, a Hayao Miyazaki or Studio Ghibli film (though Spirited Away is indeed #2), a Pokemon movie, or a beloved futuristic sci-fi film like Akira or Ghost in the Shell. Nope, with over 8 million worldwide box office, that film is 2016 s Your Name (Certified Fresh at 98%) (released in the USA in 2017), Makoto Shinkai s romantic fantasy about a young couple who seek to rediscover each other after briefly swapping bodies, Freaky style. An English-language live-action remake of Your Name is now in active development, with Toho and J.J. Abrams Bad Robot production company co-producing for Paramount Pictures. Lee Isaac Chung, who won both the U.S. Dramatic Grand Jury Prize and the U.S. Dramatic Audience Award at this year s Sundance Film Festival with his film Minari (Fresh at 100%), is already signed to direct and rewrite the Your Name remake, based off an earlier screenplay draft by Emily V. Gordon (co-writer of The Big Sick, Certified Fresh at 98%). Minari was picked up by A24 for release in the USA, but its release appears to have been held back in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.5. SARAH SNOOK TO STAR IN NEW ADAPTATION OF JANE AUSTEN S PERSUASION(Photo by Graeme Hunter/HBO)Movies based on the works of Jane Austen have never really gone out of style, but just within the last few years, we ve gotten new adaptations like Love Friendship (Certified Fresh at  97%), Emma. (Certified Fresh at  87%), and although it wasn t a direct adaptation, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (Rotten at 45%). Jane Austen s last novel, published posthumously in 1817, was Persuasion, and like most of her work, it has been adapted for film and TV several times, though arguably not as famously as her first five novels (Sense and Sensibility, Pride and Prejudice, Mansfield Park, Emma, and Northanger Abbey). The two most famous versions of Persuasion were both produced for television (in 1995 and in 2007), but now Fox Searchlight is preparing a full feature film version. Australian actress Sarah Snook, who is probably currently best known for HBO s Succession (for which she s nominated for an Emmy this year) is now signed to star in Persuasion, which will be directed by Mahalia Belo in her feature film debut from a screenplay by Jessica Swale (Summerland, Certified Fresh at 76%). Snook will play the lead, Anne Elliot, who is forced to reconcile her feelings when the naval officer she once rejected returns to England as a celebrated and wealthy ship s captain (that role is yet to be cast).6. PETER DINKLAGE S TO PRODUCE AND STAR IN PSYCHOLOGICAL THRILLER KEITH (Photo by HBO)Peter Dinklage really has been staying quite busy since wrapping his role as Tyrion Lannister on Game of Thrones, with several films either wrapped or preparing for production. (One of those films, the animated sequel The Croods: A New Age, was just bumped up a month from its original December 23 release to Thanksgiving Wednesday, on November 25.) Searchlight Pictures is now partnering with Dinklage, who will executive produce and star in a psychological thriller called Keith. That s, however, all we know about the premise, as it s being kept under wraps, but we can probably guess Dinklage might play Keith? Keith is expected to fit in with other genre movies that Searchlight Pictures has recently released or has coming soon, including Ready or Not, Antlers, and Guillermo del Toro s remake of Nightmare Alley.7. JAKE GYLLENHAAL TO REUNITE WITH SOUTHPAW DIRECTOR FOR REMAKE OF DANISH THRILLER(Photo by Scott Garfield/©Weinstein Company)Jake Gyllenhaal was out this week (as much as one can be out during COVID-19) promoting his latest film, Netflix s The Devil All the Time (Fresh at 65%), which he produced, starring his Spider-Man: Far from Home co-star Tom Holland. As often happens, this was also an opportunity for one of Gyllenhaal s future film projects to be announced, and that s exactly what happened. Jake Gyllenhaal will reunite with his Southpaw (Rotten at 59%) director Antoine Fuqua (who also directed Training Day and The Equalizer) for an English-language remake of the 2018 Danish drama The Guilty (Certified Fresh at 97%). Gyllenhaal will star as a 911 call center operator who finds that his attempts to save the life of a caller lead him into a mystery where nothing is as it seems, and facing the truth is the only way out. 8. SELENA GOMEZ READY TO SPOOKILY TAKE THE SPOTLIGHT WITH HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA 4(Photo by ©Sony Pictures Releasing)Although the franchise obviously has a large ensemble cast of comedy voice actors, the Sony Pictures Animation hit Hotel Transylvania (Rotten at 45%) and its sequels have mostly been described in the press and marketing as Adam Sandler movies. For Hotel Transylvania 4, which is currently scheduled for release on August 6, 2021 (up against James Gunn s The Sucide Squad), Sony Pictures made a move this week that suggests the focus of the sequel may tilt more towards Dracula s daughter Mavis, voiced by Selena Gomez, as Gomez has effectively been promoted to the role of executive producer on the film (a title also held by the franchise s creator Genndy Tartakovsky). Hotel Transylvania 4 will be directed by the team of Jennifer Kluska and Derek Drymon, who are currently best known for their work on the animated TV shows DC Super Hero Girls (Kluska) and SpongeBob SquarePants (Drymon).9. NEW VOICE STARS FOR SEQUEL THE BOSS BABY: FAMILY BUSINESS ANNOUNCED (Photo by ©20th Century Fox Film Corp.)The movie business operates as a never-ending train of projects that all go through sort of the same standard pattern (development, production, promotion, release), but the COVID-19 pandemic has caused that train change course or, in some cases, stall completely. One odd consequence of this is that, as several major 2020 films are delayed until 2021, the release schedule is getting a little crowded, as Hollywood still has all of the the films that were originally scheduled for 2021 to release. One such film is the sequel to 2017 s animated comedy The Boss Baby (Rotten at 53%) called The Boss Baby: Family Business. Apparently set decades after the first film, Alec Baldwin s baby character is now an adult, or at least his brother, voiced by James Marsden, is; it s unclear in the synopsis if the Boss Baby is still a baby. Anyway, the new voice cast includes Jeff Goldblum, Eva Longoria, and Amy Sedaris, who plays the sequel s new genius baby. Universal Pictures is sticking with its original plans to release The Boss Baby: Family Business on March 26, 2021, despite all the new competition in 2021 from delayed 2020 films.

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2.63.7 7月喜迎Godzilla was king of the box office this weekend, but it felt more like an interim position for the legendary monster, no matter how “benevolent.” Early reports on Friday put the big lizard in the low 60s for the weekend. But as the dust settled on the rainy CGI, that number came down significantly, and it certainly spells trouble for the Warner Bros. franchise.KING OF THE CROP: Godzilla Wins the Throne, but For How Long?(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)Godzilla: King of the Monsters carried a reported production budget of 0 million. Whenever you see a number like that, you can expect that the film is going to need to gross somewhere in the 0-600 million range just to break even. Gareth Edwards’ 2014 Godzilla reboot opened to a terrific million, but then had the worst final multiple of that entire summer (2.15) which just barely got the film over 0 million. The total gross for that 0 million production was 9 million, translating into a minor success. In 2017 the 5 million production of Kong: Skull Island opened to million, grossed 8 million domestic and 6 million globally. Another minor success, and another potential crisis averted. That may not be the case going forward.A million opening for the King would have already been just marginally optimistic by barely beating Skull Island’s March 2017 opening. Instead it posted the second weakest opening for a Thursday preview start of over million (Paranormal Activity 2 had a .6 million start after the same .3 million Thursday as Godzilla). A drop from opening day that quickly amounted to just million (just a little over half of the 2014 opening) spells trouble for WB, considering that they have already committed to Godzilla vs. Kong for March 2020. That may draw more interest, given the two titans in the title, but how quick are audiences going to want to continue going with this franchise if they are in league with critics who scored the film just a 39% on the Tomatometer? WB is hoping that the million increase in international sales from Godzilla to Skull Island will continue to go north with King of the Monsters  so far it has made an additional 0 million overseas except domestically, we could be looking at a Van Helsing (.7 million opening / 0.1 million finish) or Prometheus ( / 6.7) situation in a year when only two American productions (Endgame Captain Marvel) have surpassed 0 million overseas.Top Ten And Beyond: Rocketman and Ma Have Solid Starts. Endgame Still Eyeing RecordThe two other big releases of the weekend are in much better shape than Godzilla. Paramount’s Rocketman, at a cost of million, is riding a bit of the Bohemian Rhapsody wave with a million opening. That is better than the .3 million Walk the Line started with in November 2005, though the 9.5 million the Johnny Cash biopic finished with was helped by its award season push. Still, it s a solid start for the 90%-scored Elton John film that, along with international numbers, should push the film into a decent profit for the studio.The bad news for Universal’s Ma is that, despite having a stronger Thursday start with .3 million, it opened to slightly less than Blumhouse’s Ouija (10% / 1,000 / .8 million) and Truth or Dare (16% / 0,000 / .6 million) with .2 million. The good news is, who cares, when it only cost million and a film starring Octavia Spencer opened to million? The dropoff is likely to be steep enough to keep the 62% Fresh film from grossing over million, but again, the film is going to be well into profit by the time audiences stop showing up.Looks like audiences seem to enjoy Aladdin, as it did something no other 0+ million Memorial Day weekend grosser has ever done. The live-action Disney remake had a second weekend drop of less than 55%. Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull was the only film on that list to pull off a drop less than 60%, and if that estimate holds, Aladdin will have the smallest drop at the top of that holiday list. At 6 million domestic, Aladdin now has the third best 10-day gross for a Memorial Day release, pulling ahead of X-Men: The Last Stand and Fast Furious 6, which puts its final gross somewhere between 9-286 million in North America. Like Godzilla though, it is eyeing that half-billion number and with 6 million in the bank, and Aladdin is looking like another winner for Disney. On the flipside, the 0 million Pokemon Detective Pikachu is looking for help to get into the black with only 8 million worldwide to date.As for last week’s controversy over Annapurna’s Booksmart, it can claim at least one victory this weekend. The 47% drop is certainly not it, but leapfrogging Sony/Screen Gems’ Brightburn is. Olivia Wilde’s film is still only going to earn barely over million total, but it will not be saddled with the third-largest second weekend drop of the year that Evil Superman had. Losing 69% of its audience from last weekend puts the film behind only Replicas and The Beach Bum among wide release drops in 2019. Though, again, at a cost of just million, Brightburn is hardly a disaster. And no, a platform release would not have helped it either.Finally checking on the two big success stories in the Top Ten, we have John Wick: Chapter 3 Parabellum falling 58% in its third weekend, but with nearly 5 million domestic, it is forging a path to around 0 million more than the first two films combined. Parabellum has made over 1 million globally to date. Then there is Avengers: Endgame, which has dropped out of the Top Five and is slowing down, but earlier this week, it became just the second film to pass 0 million domestic and is now the second film to pass the .7 billion line worldwide. It is now only million away from beating Avatar’s all-time record, but has dropped down the all-time weekend lists significantly recently. Looking at films that have grossed between -8 million in their sixth weekend (Endgame grossed .8 million), the average that they have left in the tank is between -30 million. Then, with its foreign totals falling from million down to million last week, I think we can expect one last marketing push as it spends just two more weeks in the Top Ten before dropping out.This Time Last Year: Boats and Jackasses No Match For Solo Or Deadpool(Photo by @ Lucasfilm, @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Back in 2018, the first weekend of June did not offer much challenge to Solo: A Star Wars Story or Deadpool 2, which stuck in the #1 #2 slots. The Shailene Woodley survival tale, Adrift, finished third with .6 million. Leigh Whannell’s sci-fi action film, Upgrade, placed sixth with .67 million and the Jackass team’s abandoned Action Point ended up ninth with just .39 million. Deadpool 2 cracked the 0 million line while Solo was just behind 0 million. The Top Ten films grossed just .05 million and averaged 54.9% on the Tomatometer. This year’s Top Ten grossed an estimated 7.1 Million and averaged 66.4%.On the Vine: Pets Sequel To Hold Attention Over X-Woman And Talk Show HostIllumination plans to takeover the family market for a couple of weeks with The Secret Life of Pets 2 before Disney reclaims it for the rest of the summer. The sequel to the highest-grossing domestic film ever for the animation studio is hoping to pull in a fraction of that success before Toy Story 4 and The Lion King keep families busy. For the comic book fans, the oft-delayed Dark Phoenix finally makes its way into theaters. Originally scheduled for March 2018 and then February 2019, Simon Kinberg’s troubled production could become the lowest-grossing film in the X-Men series. Finally there is Late Night with Emma Thompson and Mindy Kaling (who also wrote the script.) This was the first of Amazon Studios’ big pickups at Sundance this year to the tune of million and they are hoping it will find the same audience that The Big Sick did back in 2017.The Full Top 10: May 24-27Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019) 42% – .02 million (.02 million total)Aladdin (2019) 57% – .33 million (5.03 million total)Rocketman (2019) 89% –  million ( million total)Ma (2019) 56% – .26 million (.26 million total)John Wick: Chapter 3 -- Parabellum (2019) 89% – .1 million (5.75 million total)Avengers: Endgame (2019) 94% – .81 million (5.5 million total)Pokémon Detective Pikachu (2019) 68% – .67 million (0.6 million total)Booksmart (2019) 96% – .33 million (.37 million total)Brightburn (2019) 57% – .32 million (.21 million total)The Hustle (2019) 14% – .3 million (.2 million total)
This week s Ketchup brings you more headlines from the world of film development news, covering such titles as Knives Out 2, Star Wars: Rogue Squadron, and Transformers: Rise of the Beasts.This WEEK S TOP STORYSET PHOTOS REVEAL ETHAN HAWKE HAS JOINED KNIVES OUT 2(Photo by Bruce Glikas/Getty Images)Murder mystery movies typically require ensemble casts because the audience needs to have multiple suspects to consider while trying to guess the identity of the killer, and writer/director Rian Johnson followed that template with 2019 s Knives Out (Certified Fresh at 97%). Following the lucrative 0 million deal to produce two sequels for Netflix, the casting of Knives Out 2 has been similarly ambitious, including MCU alumni Dave Bautista, Kathryn Hahn, Jessica Henwick, and Edward Norton, as well as Kate Hudson, Janelle Monae, and Leslie Odom, Jr. Filming of the sequel has begun on location in Greece, and several photos of the cast quickly appeared online. As more photos emerged, fans were pleasantly surprised to discover the presence of Ethan Hawke (Boyhood, Before Sunrise, Reality Bites), who hadn t previously been announced but who appears to be pointing a gun at Hudson and a spectacularly (half) dressed Bautista. In related news, Quentin Tarantino answered a question about whether he will direct a Kill Bill Vol 3 by saying that if he did, he would cast Stranger Things co-star Maya Hawke (Ethan Hawke s daughter) to take over the role from her mom, Uma Thurman. Having reported that, we should also note that Quentin Tarantino has a long history of dream casting his own movie ideas which never ended up being produced.Other Top Headlines1. MYSTERIOUS STAR WARS: ROGUE SQUADRON SCREENWRITER REVEALED (Photo by Charles Eshelman/Getty Images)It was during Disney s ambitious Investor Day event in December that we first heard about Patty Jenkins (Wonder Woman, Certified Fresh at 93%) directing a Star Wars: Rogue Squadron movie for release on December 22, 2023. Around that time, Jenkins was asked about the film s screenwriter, but she refrained from identifying the writer, saying he should have his own proper announcement. What we didn t know at the time was that it would be another six months before that announcement was made, but we can now report that screenwriter Matthew Robinson is currently furiously keyboarding away on a draft of Star Wars: Rogue Squadron. Robinson made his feature film debut in 2009 with Ricky Gervais The Invention of Lying (Rotten at 56%), co-wrote Dora and the Lost City of Gold (Certified Fresh at 85%), and has also adapted the Little Shop of Horrors musical and the sequel Live Die Repeat and Repeat (neither of which has been produced yet). Patty Jenkins reportedly wants to direct the greatest fighter pilot movie ever made, inspired by her father s own experiences as a fighter pilot.2. RON PERLMAN TO VOICE OPTIMUS PRIMAL IN TRANSFORMERS: RISE OF THE BEASTS (Photo by ©Saban Films)One of the most infamously bad movies ever made was 1953 s Robot Monster (Rotten at 36%), about an alien robot that looked like a huge gorilla suit with a diving helmet for a head; we ve had precious few movies about robotic gorillas in the years since. The Transformers franchise has heard that challenge, and filming will soon begin on Transformers: Rise of the Beasts, which will introduce characters from the Beast Wars spinoff. The new characters will include the Maximals and their leader, Optimus Primal, who is a Transformer who turns into a gorilla. Paramount Pictures only officially announced Transformers: Rise of the Beasts (6/24/2022) a week ago, and we now know that Optimus Primal will be voiced by Ron Perlman, the prolific star of such monster movies (or monster-adjacent movies) as the 2004 Hellboy (Certified Fresh at 81%) and its sequel, Pacific Rim (Fresh at 72%), and most recently, the video game adaptation Monster Hunter (Rotten at 45%). Perlman is the fourth cast member announced for Rise of the Beasts following Peter Cullen (reprising his voice role as Optimus Prime), Anthony Ramos (In the Heights), and Dominique Fishback (Judas and the Black Messiah), with Steven Caple Jr. (Creed II, Certified Fresh at 83%) directing the film, which is basically a 1990s-set sequel to 2018 s Bumblebee (Certified Fresh at 90%).3. TILDA SWINTON TO REUNITE FOR WES ANDERSON S NEXT SECRET PROJECT (Photo by Derek Storm/Everett Collection)In an era during which it seems we sometimes know too much about a movie before it even starts filming, it s perhaps refreshing that there are still directors like Wes Anderson (Moonrise Kingdom, The Grand Budapest Hotel) who are still somehow capable of filming their movies without most of us knowing what they re about. That state of mystery most recently applied to Anderson s upcoming The French Dispatch, which is now scheduled for October 22, 2021 after being delayed for over a year by the COVID-19 pandemic. That delay also means that Anderson will start filming his next film in Spain in September, a full month before The French Dispatch is released. The only details known thus far about the not-yet-titled project is that it will reunite Anderson with Tilda Swinton, who has worked with Anderson multiple times, and that it s believed to be set in a desert (but that it s probably not a Western ). We can probably expect Swinton to be just the first of several actors cast in the film and likely the first of many returning collaborators as Wes Anderson usually uses large ensembles.4. ELIZABETH BANKS FINDS HER CAST FOR THE EPIC TRUE STORY COCAINE BEAR(Photo by Walt Disney Studios)In March, during the same week we learned Steven Spielberg was directing a movie based on his own youth, the news also broke that Elizabeth Banks s next film will be Cocaine Bear, based on the surprisingly true story of a Georgia brown bear that died in 1985 after consuming 40 packets of cocaine. Although we don t know for sure how this story will be adapted, it s probably likely that it will focus more on the humans behind the cocaine smuggling than on the bear itself (our apologies to anyone hoping for the Scarface of talking bear movies). As such, Banks and Universal Pictures have lined up an ensemble cast that includes Alden Ehrenreich (Solo: A Star Wars Story), O Shea Jackson (Straight Outta Compton), Keri Russell (TV s Felicity), Jesse Tyler Ferguson (TV s Modern Family), and perhaps for some gangster movie bonafides, Ray Liotta (Goodfellas).5. LIVE-ACTION DORA TO PLAY SHAKESPEARE S JULIET IN SPINOFF (Photo by Jon Kopaloff/Getty Images)When 16-year-old Isabela Merced (who s now 19) was first announced as the star of Dora and the Lost City of Gold (Certified Fresh at 85%), the decision no doubt caught many people off guard since they were more familiar with Dora as a child of about half that age, but the Tomatometer score suggests the casting worked. Merced was cast this week as one of William Shakespeare s most famous characters (sort of) as a modern twist on Juliet Capulet from Romeo Juliet. She will play Juliet in Rosaline, a spinoff that focuses the story on Juliet s cousin Rosaline (Kaitlyn Dever from Booksmart, Certified Fresh at 96%), a sharp but idealistic young woman—who happens to be Romeo’s recent ex. Karen Maine (Yes. God, Yes, Certified Fresh at 93%) will direct Rosaline for 20th Century Studios from a screenplay by the writers of (500) Days of Summer (Certified Fresh at 85%).6. LONG-IN-DEVELOPMENT DRACULA SPINOFF FINALLY STARTS FILMING (Photo by ©Columbia Pictures)Movies are sometimes criticized for being rushed to production, but there are plenty of films that take over a decade to get made (and some projects never make it out of development). One such project that has been in the works since at least 2009 is the horror film Last Voyage of the Demeter, which essentially aims to be a spinoff of Bram Stoker s original Dracula novel, in which the Demeter was the ship that transported Dracula s coffin from Transylvania to England. Last Voyage of the Demeter has finally started production under the direction of Norwegian filmmaker André Øvredal (Trollhunter, Certified Fresh at 82%; The Autopsy of Jane Doe, Certified Fresh at 87%; Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, Certified Fresh at 78%). Øvredal s cast will include Liam Cunningham (Davos Seaworth from Game of Thrones), David Dastmalchian (soon to be Polka-Dot-Man in The Suicide Squad), and horror stuntman Javier Botet (Slender Man, The Conjuring 2) as Dracula himself. Hopefully, Last Voyage of the Demeter will explain how the ship ever left Transylvania which is landlocked.7. STONE TEMPLE PILOTS SINGER BIOPIC NOW IN DEVELOPMENT (Photo by Jared Milgrim/Everett Collection)Following two separate musical careers as the lead singer of both Stone Temple Pilots and the supergroup Velvet Revolver, professional rock star Scott Weiland died on a tour bus in Minnesota in 2015 at the age of 48. Weiland s death came just a few years after the publication of his memoir Not Dead Not for Sale: A Memoir, and now the movie rights to that book have been acquired by the producer of the Joy Division biopic Control (Certified Fresh at 88%). That won t be the title of the planned biopic, however, as the producers have instead announced it to be Paper Heart, which comes from the Stone Temple Pilots song  Trippin on a Hole in a Paper Heart. Producer Jennifer Erwin is now adapting Weiland’s life [by  melding] rock stardom with a moving love story, the rock band frontman plunged into addiction and then fighting his way back to the top with comebacks. On an Apple device? 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The stand-out episode of Netflix s latest horror hit The Haunting of Bly Manor draws inspiration from a Henry James short story that, according to series creator Mike Flanagan, had not previously been adapted.A follow-up to The Haunting of Hill House, the new series explores several tragic love stories as it follows American au pair Dani Clayton (Victoria Pedretti), who accepts a job in England looking after orphaned siblings Miles (Benjamin Evan Ainsworth) and Flora (Amelie Bea Smith) while supernatural phenomena swirl around her. If the scenario sounds familiar, the season was primarily inspired by James much-adapted classic novella The Turn of the Screw.But other works by the iconic author add to the story layers that unfold at Bly.(Photo by EIKE SCHROTER/NETFLIX © 2020)Episode 8 takes the same name as the previously overlooked James tale, The Romance of Certain Old Clothes,  and acts mostly as a standalone episode that detours to the 18th century to reveal the origin of Bly Manor s ghost story. Flanagan called it more aggressive and vicious than anything else Henry James ever wrote, during a virtual press conference for the series.Unlike his work with Hill House, Flanagan made a concerted effort to remove himself as the sole creative force behind every episode of Bly Manor. But for the season s penultimate episode of, he admits he did everything in his power to be on set every day. I was never more anxious to get to set just to sit at the monitor and watch than I was during episode 8, because it was so cool. It was the kind of episode I just wanted to see as a fan, Flanagan said. The Romance of Certain Old Clothes is a brooding gothic romance and tragic love song to the genre, with visual storytelling to make fans of classic horror cinema rejoice. The episode is the most haunting hour of TV you ll see this year. Here s why.SPOILER ALERT: THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS DETAILS ABOUT EPISODE 8 OF THE HAUNTING OF BLY MANOR. STOP HERE IF YOU HAVE NOT WATCHED THE EPISODE.It Gives a Heartbreaking Backstory to Bly Manor s Curse(Photo by EIKE SCHROTER/NETFLIX © 2020)Flanagan said he had planned to explore the origins of Hill House’s hauntings, but that production didn t have the budget or time to see its backstory brought to life. After the series remarkable reception on Netflix, however, Flanagan clearly had more flexibility for his next The Haunting series.Episode 8 throws us way back in time to recount the lives of Viola (Kate Siegel) and Perdita (Katie Parker), sisters left with an uncertain future in the manor after their father passes away. Practical Viola marries her distant cousin Arthur, heir to the manor (since it was illegal for women to inherit property).A true romance blossoms between the two, and soon their daughter Isabel is born. But, as with most gothic romances, the story takes a tragic turn, and Viola falls ill with tuberculosis. While Viola is locked away in a room, coughing up blood, romance between Arthur and Perdita develops and tensions rise between the sisters. One day, it all comes to a head, and Perdita murders Viola in her bed.(Photo by EIKE SCHROTER/NETFLIX © 2020)Perdita marries Arthur, of course, and the two raise Isabel, but financial struggles leave the couple s relationship strained. Perdita wants to sell Viola s fine jewelry and clothes that are locked away in a chest in the attic, but Arthur refuses. He made a promise to Viola that Isabel would receive those treasures once she was of age. But Perdita goes against his wishes and opens the truck, and Viola s enraged spirit chokes her sister to death.After Arthur finds Perdita dead, he deduces that the trunk is cursed and throws it into the lake, before taking Isabel and moving far away from Bly Manor. The sisters ghosts remain stuck to the property, however, to form the haunting foundation that the rest of the season s unfortunate events are built upon.Like Episode 6 of The Haunting of Hill House, This One Is a Standout(Photo by Steve Dietl/Netflix (The Haunting of Hill House)) The Romance of Certain Old Clothes holds just as much importance to the Haunting franchise as Hill House s sixth episode, Two Storms, did two years ago.This episode doesn t come with all the bells and whistles that made Two Storms such a milestone — you won t find any 18-minute-long tracking shots here and that episode focused on the generational trauma that permeated the Crain family, both in their present and in their past. It was a poignant exploration of grief that relied on some dazzling camera work and blocking to tie everything together.(Photo by EIKE SCHROTER/NETFLIX © 2020)Bly Manor is a different beast — at its core, even more of a ghost story than Hill House’s exploration of family trauma. Carla Gugino s narrator figures prominently in this episode, and her comforting diction, along with the detailed set dressing, intricate costume design, and the guidance of up-and-coming director Axelle Carolyn — who Flanagan calls a student of black-and-white horror cinema — The Romance of Certain Old Clothes delivers the context that connects the past and present of the series. Everybody was always looking at episode 8 as our chance to do what we love the most, Flanagan admits. It s what made us want to do The Haunting and to look back at [director] Robert Wise and [director of The Innocents] Jack Clayton. These incredibly influential movies from the early ’60s, which were done so perfectly, they ve rendered it pointless to try to do a faithful feature adaptation of these texts. So it was one of those episodes, much like episode 6 in season 1, that we were preparing for and building up to the entire time. We shot it last. Kate Siegel s Lady of the Lake Is the Terrifying Key to Bly Manor s Mysteries(Photo by Netflix)The episode s timeline charges forward once Viola dies, showing the manor succumbing to decay and plague victims taking shelter under its roof. Throughout, Viola s ghost is anchored to that chest underwater, her afterlife focused on reunification with her daughter.Viola emerges from the water nightly to roam the grounds, eventually losing her face as the memory of who she was fades. When she disappears entirely, the monstrous Lady of the Lake emerges. The faceless being we see earlier in the season kills without remorse, taking out anyone who gets in her path as she makes her way up to the manor s bedroom, looking for young Isabel.

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(Photo by ©Searchlight Pictures)The 2021 Critics Choice Awards just wrapped with Nomadland cementing its frontrunner status in the lead-up to the Oscar nominations with four wins, including Best Picture and Best Director for Chloé Zhao. Carey Mulligan also made a strong move up the field in the currently wide-open Best Actress race with a win tonight for Promising Young Woman, while writer/director Emerald Fennell won Best Original Screenplay for the film.While an interview with a certain pair of royals took place on another channel, the royals of Netflix’s The Crown cleaned up on the TV front: The opulent historical drama was awarded Best Actress, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actress, and Best Drama. Anya Taylor-Joy followed up her recent Golden Globe win with a win for Best Actress in a Limited Series for her work in The Queen s Gambit, which also won for Best Limited Series.Read on for the full list of Critics Choice Awards winners below.BEST PICTUREDa 5 Bloods Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom Mank MinariNews of the World Nomadland WINNEROne Night in Miami Promising Young Woman Sound of MetalThe Trial of the Chicago 7BEST ACTORBen Affleck   The Way BackRiz Ahmed   Sound of MetalChadwick Boseman   Ma Rainey s Black Bottom WINNERTom Hanks   News of the WorldAnthony Hopkins   The FatherDelroy Lindo   Da 5 BloodsGary Oldman   MankSteven Yeun   MinariBEST ACTRESSViola Davis   Ma Rainey’s Black BottomAndra Day  The United States vs. Billie HolidaySidney Flanigan   Never Rarely Sometimes AlwaysVanessa Kirby   Pieces of a WomanFrances McDormand   NomadlandCarey Mulligan   Promising Young Woman WINNERZendaya   Malcolm MarieBEST SUPPORTING ACTORChadwick Boseman   Da 5 BloodsSacha Baron Cohen   The Trial of the Chicago 7Daniel Kaluuya   Judas and the Black Messiah WINNERBill Murray   On the RocksLeslie Odom, Jr.   One Night in MiamiPaul Raci   Sound of MetalBEST SUPPORTING ACTRESSMaria Bakalova   Borat: Subsequent MovieFilm WINNEREllen Burstyn   Pieces of a WomanGlenn Close   Hillbilly ElegyOlivia Colman   The FatherAmanda Seyfried   MankYuh-Jung Youn   MinariBEST YOUNG ACTOR/ACTRESSRyder Allen   PalmerIbrahima Gueye   The Life AheadAlan Kim   Minari WINNERTalia Ryder   Never Rarely Sometimes AlwaysCaoilinn Springall   The Midnight SkyHelena Zengel   News of the WorldBEST ACTING ENSEMBLEDa 5 Bloods Judas and the Black Messiah Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom Minari One Night in Miami The Trial of the Chicago 7  WINNER BEST DIRECTORLee Isaac Chung  MinariEmerald Fennell  Promising Young WomanDavid Fincher  MankSpike Lee  Da 5 BloodsRegina King  One Night in MiamiAaron Sorkin  The Trial of the Chicago 7Chloé Zhao  Nomadland WINNERBEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAYLee Isaac Chung – MinariEmerald Fennell – Promising Young Woman  WINNER Jack Fincher – MankEliza Hittman – Never Rarely Sometimes AlwaysDarius Marder Abraham Marder – Sound of MetalAaron Sorkin – The Trial of the Chicago 7BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAYPaul Greengrass Luke Davies – News of the WorldChristopher Hampton and Florian Zeller – The FatherKemp Powers – One Night in MiamiJon Raymond Kelly Reichardt – First CowRuben Santiago-Hudson – Ma Rainey’s Black BottomChloé Zhao – Nomadland WINNERBEST CINEMATOGRAPHYChristopher Blauvelt – First CowErik Messerschmidt – MankLachlan Milne – Minari*WINNER* Joshua James Richards – Nomadland WINNERNewton Thomas Sigel – Da 5 BloodsHoyte Van Hoytema – TenetDariusz Wolski – News of the WorldBEST PRODUCTION DESIGNCristina Casali, Charlotte Dirickx – The Personal History of David CopperfieldDavid Crank, Elizabeth Keenan – News of the WorldNathan Crowley, Kathy Lucas – TenetDonald Graham Burt, Jan Pascale – Mank WINNERKave Quinn, Stella Fox – EmmaMark Ricker, Karen O’Hara Diana Stoughton – Ma Rainey’s Black BottomBEST EDITINGAlan Baumgarten – The Trial of the Chicago 7 WINNER (tie)Kirk Baxter – MankJennifer Lame – TenetYorgos Lamprinos – The FatherMikkel E. G. Nielsen – Sound of Metal WINNER (tie)Chloé Zhao – NomadlandBEST COSTUME DESIGNAlexandra Byrne – EmmaBina Daigeler – MulanSuzie Harman Robert Worley – The Personal History of David CopperfieldAnn Roth – Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom  WINNER Nancy Steiner – Promising Young WomanTrish Summerville – MankBEST HAIR AND MAKEUPEmmaHillbilly ElegyMa Rainey’s Black Bottom  WINNER MankPromising Young WomanThe United States vs. Billie HolidayBEST VISUAL EFFECTSGreyhound The Invisible Man Mank The Midnight Sky Mulan Tenet WINNER Wonder Woman 1984BEST COMEDYBorat Subsequent MovieFilm The Forty-Year-Old Version The King of Staten Island On the Rocks Palm Springs WINNER The PromBEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILMAnother Round Collective La Llorona The Life Ahead Minari WINNER Two of UsBEST SONG Everybody Cries – The Outpost Fight for You – Judas and the Black Messiah Husavik (My Home Town) – Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga Io sì (Seen) – The Life Ahead Speak Now – One Night in Miami WINNER Tigress Tweed – The United States vs. Billie HolidayBEST SCOREAlexandre Desplat – The Midnight SkyLudwig Göransson – TenetJames Newton Howard – News of the WorldEmile Mosseri – MinariTrent Reznor Atticus Ross – MankTrent Reznor Atticus Ross, Jon Batiste – Soul WINNERTELEVISIONBEST DRAMA SERIESBetter Call SaulThe Crown  WINNERThe Good Fight Lovecraft Country The Mandalorian OzarkPerry Mason This Is Us BEST ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIESJason Bateman – Ozark Sterling K. 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One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them, One Ring to bring them all, and in the darkness bind them, In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie. #LOTRonPrime— The Lord of the Rings on Prime (@LOTRonPrime) March 7, 2019Sauron Will Be an Integral Character(Photo by Warner Bros.)At this point in LOTR history, Sauron had the ability to take corporeal form. So instead of the Great Eye of the film series, he will need to have a humanoid, often Elvish, shape. Sauron is a very active participant in the events of the Second Age, and not just in creating the Rings of Power, so he will need to be played by an on-screen actor.Early on, Sauron began building an army of Orcs, loyal Men, and other creatures. He even controlled territory in the southern region of Middle-earth before Númenóreans began establishing settlements on its shores. Skirmishes were inevitable, leading to Númenor taking up more and more of its resources in a battle against Sauron until, after hundreds of years, they raided his home in Mordor and physically took him prisoner.Of course, because Sauron was a master manipulator dedicated to perverting all Eru and the Valar established, he allowed himself to be taken back to Númenor. Once there, he began a campaign to sway the king, Ar-Pharazôn, to his side. After a number of years, Morgoth cults — with Sauron as their chief priest — operated in the open and Sauron became a key adviser to the king, promising faith in Morgoth would allow them to step foot in Aman and obtain immortality. Those still loyal to the Valar eventually decamped to Middle-earth, allowing Sauron’s scheme to come to fruition — much to the despair of the Númenóreans.Oh, also, he did all of this while leaving the One Ring back in Mordor.The Fall of Númenor is one of the great stories in Tolkien’s mythology (although many also enjoy the incomplete Second Age tale “The Mariner’s Wife”). Since it takes place over a great span of years, there is room for the series to build up characters such as Ar-Pharazôn and Elendil, the Númenórean who defied Sauron and helped establish the kingdoms of Arnor and Gondor in Middle-earth.We Will See Some Familiar Characters(Photo by Warner Bros.)Thanks to the way Tolkien mapped out the longevity of certain characters, there are a handful of well-known Lord of the Rings figures around to witness the events of the Second Age and the Fall of Númenor. Though nothing indicates any of the film series actors will reprise their roles, the Second Age setting allows room for some familiar characters.Elrond Half-elven (played by Hugo Weaving in Jackson s films), as his name implies, is a direct descendant of the First Age unions between Men and Elves who chose the fate of Elves. It makes him directly related to the kings of Númenor. During this time, he and Gil-Galad, the High Elven king in Middle-earth, had their own problems with Sauron. They saw the Númenóreans as allies — at least, until Sauron corrupted the seafarers. Nonetheless, it is possible we will see Elrond implore the Númenóreans to restore their ties with the Valar.With news of Clark s (pictured above) casting, Galadriel is certain to appear, which makes Celeborn (Marton Csokas in the films) highly likely. Both hail from the First Age, with Galadriel possessing a firsthand account of an Elvish migration from Aman to Middle-earth. Celeborn’s history is a little more imprecise, as Tolkien could never decide if he was born in Aman or Middle-earth. But both are, by human standards, impossibly old and witnesses to just about every historic event in Middle-earth up until they departed with Frodo to Aman at the end of The Lord of the Rings. As with Elrond, their concerns are local (with Sauron’s forces encroaching on their kingdom by the River Anduin), but it is always possible they will be around to sow the seeds of the Last Alliance of Men and Elves, the epic battle that could very well close out the series as a whole a few years from now.And Some New Faces As Well(Photo by Daybreak Game Company)Should the series continue beyond Númenor’s downfall, it is possible audiences could see two of the five Wizards arrive in Middle-earth. Though the Fall of Númenor left the Valar estranged from the world, they sent five Maiar spirits in the shapes of frail old men to rally the people of Middle-earth against Sauron (who survived the Fall, only losing his “fair” appearance). While most of the Wizards arrived in Middle-earth a thousand years into the Third Age, the two Blue Wizards Tolkien never really developed may have arrived during the Second Age, just after the Fall. Only mentioned in his unfinished tales, the pair quickly made their way to the East and either succumbed to Sauron’s influence or died as they failed to sway the Easterlings away from the Dark Lord. Presuming Amazon’s deal with the Tolkien estate includes unfinished material like the tale of the wizards, they would be ideal characters to utilize in the series. They could be villains, fallen heroes, or anything in between.Another character worthy of inclusion is the legendary Elf hero Glorfindel. While he “died” during the Fall of Gondolin in the First Age of Middle-earth, he eventually returned from Aman, possibly alongside the Blue Wizards, to aid both men and Elves in their struggle against Sauron during the Second Age. He makes a notable appearance early in The Lord of the Rings as he helps deliver Frodo to Rivendell. But after attending the Council of Elrond, Glorfindel drops out of the narrative until Aragorn’s wedding to Arwen. While other on-screen adaptations have substituted recurring characters for Glorfindel rather than introduce a new character to their stories — Jackson replaced him with Arwen (played by Liv Tyler), giving her an early heroic moment, while animated film director Ralph Bakshi subbed in Legolas — he is an interesting character out in the wide world during the period indicated on the map and fans would be thrilled to see him. (Orlando Bloom played Legolas in Jackson s films.)Other characters definitely alive at the time include Tom Bombadil (pictured above as portrayed in the Lord of the Rings Online video game), who himself suggests he’s the oldest consciousness in the world, and Legolas’ father Thranduil (played by Lee Pace in Jackson’s Hobbit trilogy), who has a pretty interesting story in his own right.The Devices of the Enemy(Photo by Warner Bros.)As Sauron assails all of Middle-earth in this period, he has vast resources of Orcs and Men at his disposal. But fans of the films will recognize his phantom lieutenants, the Nazgul, as a significant part of this army.If the series centers on Sauron’s time in Númenor, the nine kings of Men will already have their rings. For much of the Second Age they enjoyed the wealth and prosperity Sauron promised the rings would give them, but they were his wraiths by the time he left with Ar-Pharazôn. Presumably, they kept his affairs in order even as his capture halted the war against the people of Middle-earth.Should the series continue beyond the fall, they could become active antagonists against the likes of Elrond, Galadriel, and Elendil’s sons Isildur and Anárion — conflicts that will eventually lead to the Last Alliance.

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Ghcxuf nny and A Penny for Your Thoughts productions.“I’m really excited to bring my point of view to late-night television and have felt nothing but support creatively from HBO and A Penny For Your Thoughts,” Jay said. “So everyone wear your mask and vote so I can make my TV show! Thaaaanks!”Jay, who has appeared on Broad City and Nobodies, released her first comedy special, 3 in the Morning, on Netflix in August.Lorne Michaels Producing New Musical Comedy Series with SNL Stars for Apple TV+(Photo by courtesy Apple TV+/Krista Schlueter (Kristin Chenoweth), Cliff Lipson/CBS (Keegan-Michael Key), Robb Klassen (Ariana DeBose), Steve Vaccariello (Alan Cumming), Martina Tolot (Dove Cameron), Catherine Opie (Fred Armisen), Fer Piña (Jaime Camil))And more Saturday Night Live-related news this week, the week of the seminal comedy series’ 46th season premiere: SNL papa Lorne Michaels is executive producing a still-untitled musical comedy for Apple TV+ that will feature SNL-ers Cecily Strong and Fred Armisen, as well as Keegan-Michael Key, Alan Cumming, Jane Krakowski, Kristen Chenoweth, Aaron Tveit, Dove Cameron, Ariana DeBose, Jaime Camil, and Ann Harada.The series, created by Despicable Me writers Cinco Paul and Ken Daurio, will revolve around a couple who goes backpacking to spice up the relationship. They find themselves in an initially charming town where everyone acts like they’re in a 1940s musical, and find they can’t leave until they find true love.Barry Sonnenfeld (Men in Black) will direct the series, while Strong will also serve as a producer on the show, and Paul will be the series showrunner and write all the original music. The series is set to debut next year.And in yet one more bit of SNL news – perhaps the best SNL news ever – every episode of every season of the show is now streaming on Peacock. Every. Single. Episode. Which one will you look up first?NEW TRAILERS: Borat Returns!Very nice! Amazon Prime Video has picked up the next Borat movie, specifically, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime for Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan. Sacha Baron Cohen, Oscar nominated for writing on 91% Certified Fresh film Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan, returns to the role that cultivates enemies for the actor worldwide.More trailers and teasers released this week:• Big Sky is David E. Kelley’s mystery drama about the disappearance of two sisters who were kidnapped by a truck driver, and the private detectives and cops fighting over the investigation. Starring Ryan Phillippe, Kylie Bunbury, Katheryn Winnick, and John Carroll Lynch. Premieres Nov. 17 (ABC)• Fear the Walking Dead season 6 stars Lennie James, Garrett Dillahunt, Colman Domingo, and Alycia Debnam-Carey, Jenna Elfman, Austin Amelio, and Colby Minafie. Premieres Oct. 11 (AMC)• Belushi is R.J. Cutler’s documentary about the late, great Saturday Night Live, Animal House, and Blues Brothers star John Belushi. Premieres Nov. 22 (Showtime)• Supernatural, the series’ 15th and final season, starring Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles, premieres Oct. 8 (The CW)• His House is a horror movie about a couple who escape war-torn Sudan, only to find their new British home is filled with evil. Stars Wunmi Mosaku, and Ṣọpẹ́ Dìrísù, and Matt Smith and premieres on Oct. 30 (Netflix)• Supermarket Sweep is a remake of the classic ‘90s game show, this time hosted by Leslie Jones. Premieres Oct. 18 (ABC)• Holidate is a romantic comedy about two strangers who agree to be each other’s regular plus-one for holiday events so their friends and families will stop trying to matchmake for them. Starring Emma Roberts, Luke Bracey, Frances Fisher, and Kristin Chenoweth, premieres on Oct. 28 (Netflix)• Vampires vs. The Bronx is a comedy horror movie about a group of teenagers who are forced to protect their NYC neighborhood when it’s invaded by vampires. Stars Method Man, Chris Redd, Jaden Michael, Shea Whigham, and The Kid Mero and premieres on Oct. 2 (Netflix)• David Byrne’s American Utopia is a filmed version of the titular musician’s 2019 Broadway show, featuring his music and directed and produced by Spike Lee. Premieres Oct. 17 (HBO Max)• Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness, season 1, is a CGI series based on the Resident Evil game series and starring Claire Redfield and Leon S. Kennedy. Premieres in 2021 (Netflix)For all the latest TV and streaming trailers, subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel.CASTING: Hamilton Star Renée Elise Goldsberry Is Starring in Girls5eva, Tina Fey’s Pop Star Comedy at Peacock(Photo by Jemal Countess/Getty Images for IFP)Grammy and Tony Award-winning Hamilton star Renée Elise Goldsberry will star in the upcoming Peacock comedy Girls5eva, from Tina Fey, Robert Carlock and Meredith Scardino. Goldsberry will join previously announced star Sara Bareilles in the story of a one-hit-wonder girls group from the ‘90s who try for comeback.Mahershala Ali, Angela Davis, T.T. Harris, Mimi Jones, Ledisi, Greg Alverez Reid, Nate Smith, Olivia Washington, and Ta-Nahesi Coates have joined the cast of the HBO adaptation of Coates’ Between the World and Me, which will premiere on Nov. 21. The cast already includes Angela Bassett, Jharrel Jerome, Joe Morton, Wendell Pierce, and Oprah Winfrey.Tom Sturridge is reportedly the leading contender for the title role in the Netflix series adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s graphic novel The Sandman. (Collider)Dwayne Johnson and NBC have set the cast for Young Rock, the network’s Johnson-produced comedy about his formative years. Adrian Groulx will play the 10-year-old Dwayne, Bradley Constant will play the 15-year-old Dwayne, and Uli Latukefu will play him from 18-20, when he is being recruited to play football on a scholarship at the University of Miami. Adult cast members include Stacey Leilua as Johnson’s mom, Joseph Lee Anderson as his dad (wrestling legend Rocky Johnson), and Ana Tuisila as his grandma. The show is scheduled to premiere in 2021.Lisa Edelstein will join the cast of 9-1-1: Lone Star, playing Gwyneth, the ex-wife of Rob Lowe’s Owen Strand. The actress played Lowe’s love interest on The West Wing. (Deadline)Basil Eidenbenz will play Eskel in the second season of Netflix’s The Witcher, taking over for Thue Ersted Rasmussen, who had to drop out of the role because of scheduling conflicts caused by the pandemic.Gotham star Alex Morf will return to Gotham City to reprise his role as villain Victor Zsasz in Season 2 of The CW’s Batwoman. (EW)The Resident star Erinn Westbrook is joining the cast of Riverdale, where she’ll play Pop Tate’s ambitious granddaughter, Tabitha, who wants to take over Pop’s Chock’lit Shoppe and franchise it. (Deadline)Scrubs star Judy Reyes and ER star Parminder Nagra will guest star as – what else – doctor colleagues of Bow (Tracee Ellis Ross) on the Season 7 premiere of Black-ish. (EW)PRODUCTION DEVELOPMENT: Conan The Barbarian Live-Action Series Set for Netflix(Photo by Universal Pictures)Netflix is developing a live-action TV series about Conan the Barbarian, the character created by writer Robert E. Howard, and played on the big-screen by Arnold Schwarzenegger (pictured). Netflix has the rights to create Conan movies and TV series, live-action and animated. No cast, writers, showrunner, or directors are yet attached to the project. (Deadline)Another movie being developed as a series: A Fistful of Dollars, the spaghetti Western that launched Clint Eastwood’s film career. Mark Gordon Pictures is behind the adaptation, which doesn’t have a home yet, but Game of Thrones writer Bryan Cogman is in talks to pen it. The movie, itself a remake of Akira Kurosawa’s Yojimbo, revolves around Eastwood’s “Man With No Name,” who arrives in a violent town and uses his brains to trick the local thugs to destroy each other. Eastwood played the same role in two other movies, For a Few Dollars More and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, so there should be plenty of material for the series. (Deadline)Hilary Clinton is developing an anthology drama for The CW, with Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Television. The Woman’s Hour will be based on author Elaine Weiss’s book, The Woman’s Hour: The Great Fight to Win the Vote, and will shed light on the ferocious battle to ratify the 19th Amendment, the 100th anniversary of which was commemorated in August. Each season of the series would celebrate individuals responsible for changing that history.ABC is developing two drama series with Mr. Robot creator Sam Esmail. Acts of Crime is a “unique spin” on crime procedurals, written and directed by Esmail with Esmail and Esmail Corp’s Chad Hamilton as executive producers. The other series is known only as “Untitled CDC Project.” Both shows are set up at NBCUniversal’s UCP studio.New Disney+ Feature Allows Socially-Distanced Watch Parties(Photo by Walt Disney Studios)Perfect for Mulan and Hamilton watch parties during the socially-distanced holidays: like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Video, Disney+ now has a watch party feature. Called GroupWatch, which allows users of the streaming service to sync up the same program and watch together.A First Look at the New Batwoman in Costume View this post on Instagram Look out, Gotham, I m suited up and ready to go But just wait until Ryan Wilder puts her own spin on the Batsuit. @cwbatwomanA post shared by Javicia Leslie (@javicia) on Sep 25, 2020 at 6:02pm PDT 😈😈


bob体育手机登陆 Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is still four months away, but with a trailer, Vanity Fair magazine spreads, and a big showing at the D23 expo in August, the film is feeling much closer to release. And the story and characters are starting to come into focus. From early publicity for the film and the new revelations at D23 – WHAT is Rey doing with that red double-bladed lightsaber!? – we already know a decent amount about The Rise of Skywalker, which will conclude the trilogy that began with J.J. Abrams  The Force Awakens in 2015. So let’s take a look at what we know and what it could potentially mean for the finished film. After all, the title itself offers a strange mystery: which Skywalker will rise after all this time?What A Difference A Year Makes(Photo by Walt Disney Studios)Up until Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Star Wars sequels traditionally took place 2-3 years after the preceding film (Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones took place 10 years after Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace). TLJ eschewed the tradition by setting itself shortly after Star Wars: The Force Awakens. As a result, the usual off-screen character building did not occur. This time around, Lucasfilm is making it clear TLJ and The Rise of Skywalker take place further apart from each other; about a year or so. In that time, the Resistance has regrouped with Poe Dameron (Oscar Isaac) getting accustomed to a leadership role, Finn (John Boyega) dedicating himself to the cause, and Rey (Daisy Ridley) continuing her training in the Jedi arts.And yeah, that last one certainly sounds surprising, doesn’t it?To an extent, all three characters will have a newfound confidence as they’ve come to understand their place in the universe and what it means to fight the First Order. Since this is the final episode of not only the third Star Wars trilogy, but of the nine-film cycle first teased by creator George Lucas in the early 1980s, we’re going to presume they succeed in crushing the First Order and whatever Imperial remnant keeping it reinforced. At the same time, the characters face a greater challenge in helping to found some sort of galactic government which will last more than 20 years before a group aligned with the Dark Side can topple it. How director J.J. Abrams could make that element interesting is anyone’s guess.J.J. Abrams Is Back(Photo by Kristin Callahan/Everett Collection)Although the Star Wars Sequel Trilogy was meant to showcase three different directors as they resolved the Skywalker Saga, The Rise of Skywalker went through a troubled pre-production phase. Jurassic World’s Colin Trevorrow was originally signed to pick up the story after Rian Johnson’s The Last Jedi, but shortly before he was set to begin fully developing the film, Lucasfilm fired him. As always, “creative differences” were to blame. The search began anew for someone who could wrap the series up and do it to Lucasfilm’s specifications. And once again, they turned to Abrams, who infamously turned down the opportunity to direct The Force Awakens when it was first given to him.This time around, though, Abrams said he felt a certain freedom to expand beyond Star Wars storytelling grammar into something new. His comments suggest he listened to critics who mentioned The Force Awakens felt a little too much like the original Star Wars. Presumably, this means the series will not end with a rag-tag group of fighter aces launching an attack against a Death Star the size of a solar system. Which isn’t to say the Death Star will be absent from the film. The trailer offered fans a glimpse of wreckage from one of the destroyed Original Trilogy battle stations peacefully resting on an unknown planet.That shot, and Abrams comments, suggests he picked up some of TLJ’s “let’s blow up Star Wars!” attitude, even if the film includes the series  third desert planet.New Planets, New Characters(Photo by Walt Disney Studios)Instead of Tatooine or Jakku, the desert world seen in the first trailer is called Pasanna, which now suggests desert planets are fairly common in the Star Wars galaxy. Another environment to be featured is a planet of ice and snow called Kijimi, where viewers will meet Keri Russel’s scoundrel character Zorri Bliss. At the D23 Walt Disney Studio presentation in August, Russell teased Zorri as “cool and shady,” before adding she is “an old friend of Poe’s.” Make your own guesses about what that means.Other new characters include a new droid called D-0, Richard E. Grant as First Order Allegiant General Pryde, Namoi Ackie as Jannah a character still shrouded in secrecy despite Ackie’s appearance at Star Wars Celebration and the Aki-Aki, inhabitants of Pasanna.The film will also feature the long-delayed debut of the Knights of Ren. Despite getting a big tease in The Force Awakens, the group did very little besides stand in the rain during Rey’s lightsaber flashback. Or was it a flash-forward? Either way, they will be part of her present situation in The Rise of Skywalker. Curiously, though, it is unclear if they will be taking orders from Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) or working to dethrone him as Supreme Leader of the First Order. And considering their absence from the story so far, were they ever really his disciples – as suggested in The Force Awakens and Star Wars: The Last Jedi – or do they serve a older, darker evil. The trailer released during Star Wars Celebration featured the distinctive laugh of Sheev Palpatine (Ian McDiarmid), which leaves us wondering if they are part of his latest phantom menace?(Photo by © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, © Lucasfilm)Taking another look at the environments revealed so far – a desert world and a winter world – you might make the fair assumption The Rise of Skywalker might go to a forest world and complete a tour of classic Star Wars environments. One shot in the trailer even sees Kylo facing off against foes in a patch of dead trees. Some believe the story will take the characters back to the forest moon of Endor, where Palaptine’s first master plan was undone by a Jedi with incomplete training. Considering the film’s position as the grand finale, it seems reasonable to take things back to that first ending. But we’d also like the spirit of new ideas to prevail and see the final conflict take place in a new, as-yet-unrevealed setting.There Will Be Revelations(Photo by Walt Disney Studios)And while the film has to create new locales and characters, it also has to wrap up some longstanding plot threads. Reportedly, the origin of the First Order will be revealed. For those who remember the Thrawn Trilogy of novels or the 1990s Dark Empire comic book series, Palpatine’s involvement in those events seems almost assured. And in Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith, he told Anakin (Hayden Christensen) he was looking for a way to cheat death. Maybe he found it.Meanwhile, the connection Rey seemingly severed with Kylo at the end of The Last Jedi will reportedly turn out to be deeper than that film suggested. Fans of the Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic games already noted the similarity between the characters’ connection and the idea of Force Bonds introduced in those games. Is it possible their bond will yet redeem Kylo and end the misery Palpatine inflicted on the galaxy? Considering the film promises to be the end of the conflict between the Jedi and the Sith going back millennia, we’re willing to bet on it.(Photo by © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, © Lucasfilm)Then again, new material shown at D23 suggests something else. Quick cuts teased a resupplied and reinforced Resistance, a red-eyed C-3PO and, perhaps most disturbingly, Rey brandishing a double-sided red lightsaber. Considering she trained with a staff back on Jakku, the lightsaber variation makes sense. But the red blades suggests the Sith may finally win. Or, perhaps, she will have to fall in order for the Skywalker to rise.Or, it was just an excellent fake-out for the D23 audience. Either way, the final chapter in the Skywalker Saga will not be a simple retelling of Return of the Jedi.Old Friends Return(Photo by Walt Disney Studios)The film will see the return of Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill, and Billy Dee Williams in their roles as General Leia Organa, Luke Skywalker, and Lando Calrissian. Despite Fisher’s tragic death on December 27, 2016, Lucasfilm resolved to maintain Leia’s existence in the ninth film even before Abrams signed on to direct. Once he did, he recalled scenes cut from The Force Awakens he could use to feature the character in The Rise of Skywalker. At Star Wars Celebration, he said editing her material into a new context felt like working with her again. And at D23, Abrams called Leia “the heart of the story.”Lando, meanwhile, returns to pilot the Millennium Falcon once again after he flew the fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy to defeat the Empire in Return of the Jedi. It is unclear why he’s back, but we’re happy to see him no matter the reason.And then there’s Luke. Though the character was seen dying in The Last Jedi, it is important to note the special Force ability allowing certain Jedi to remain conscious entities after the termination of the body. As Yoda put it in The Empire Strikes Back, Force-sensitives are “luminous beings” and not the “crude matter” of a physical form. And as revealed in Revenge of the Sith, Qui-Gon Jinn (Liam Neeson) was the first Jedi to return using this technique. That Luke would return in this manner to train Rey or advise Leia is hardly a surprise. What may be more surprising is the single photo of him released so far: seemingly corporeal, he stands next to R2-D2 amid a field in flames.The notion of a Jedi returning bodily to face the ultimate evil is not the craziest idea ever suggested in a Star Wars story. Early drafts of Return of the Jedi featured Anakin Skywalker returning to his human form to face Darth Vader and the Emperor. This, of course, predates the decision to make Anakin and Vader the same person, but the idea persisted for some time. It never came to pass for Jedi, but perhaps Abrams finally employed the idea for this final Skywalker Saga film.It Will Likely Feature John Williams’ Final Star Wars Film ScoreOffering the film one more sense of finality, composer John Williams stated in 2018 that it would feature his last Star Wars film score. If he truly decides to step down – Williams subsequently agreed to compose a music loop for the Disney Parks’ Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge environments – it will mark the end of an incredible era. Williams’ themes are as indelible as classic lines like “I have a bad feeling about this,” lightsabers, and the jump to hyperspace. Though composers like Kevin Kiner (of Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels) and Michael Giacchino (of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story) maintained the musical grammar developed by Williams, every subsequent film from 2019 onward will be different. And should the film truly bring the Skywalker saga to a close, it is all the more fitting that Episode IX be the composer’s final bow.Unless, of course, he’s still with us when Disney breaks down and begins developing of Episode X.Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker opens everywhere on December 20, 2019.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

The 2018 Gotham Independent Film Awards were awarded Monday night in New York. It was a night of big surprises, with Chloe Zhao s The Rider taking home the top prize, besting Yorgos Lanthimos  The Favourite, Paul Schrader’s First Reformed, and Barry Jenkins If Beale Street Could Talk for Best Feature. (Marvel fans should be excited – Zhao has been tapped to direct The Eternals.)Ethan Hawke took home the Best Actor trophy for First Reformed, while Toni Collette took the best actress honor with horror film Hereditary. Capping off a stellar evening for boutique distributor A24, director Bo Burnham and star Elise Fisher were also winners, and Schrader won for best screenplay. The full list of winners are below.Best Feature (Photo by ©2021 Disney Enterprises Inc.)Cruella, which opens May 28 in theaters and on Disney+ Premier Access, is Disney’s latest attempt to raid its archives and create a backstory for one of its most notorious villains.But unlike, say, 2014’s Maleficent, which kept the medieval aesthetic as source material Sleeping Beauty, this film explores an era that makes Emma Stone’s eponymous lead narrator stand apart from versions of the black-and-white loving fashionista Cruella de Vil associated with Disney’s 1961 animated film, One Hundred and One Dalmatians, and its 1996 live-action version, 101 Dalmatians.How did they do this? By setting Cruella amid London’s 1970s punk scene.But since the word “Disney” doesn’t naturally conjure images of leather pants, spiked hair, and all the black eyeliner one could find at Boots, we asked the film’s production designer Fiona Crombie, costume designer Jenny Beavan, and hair and makeup designer Nadia Stacey to explain how to do a Mickey Mouse-approved version of punk rock.[Warning: Mild spoilers below.]Born for This Job(Photo by Laurie Sparham/©2021 Disney Enterprises)At the beginning of the film, a tween Cruella – originally known as Estella and played by Tipper Seifert-Cleveland – has a knack for clothing design. She even finds ways to add personality to her school uniform, be it accessorizing it with an oversized hat, bedazzling the blazer, or wearing the necktie as a bow – things that would match the personality of a girl born to get attention thanks to her half white and half black hair.Costume designer Beavan says that these designs weren’t meant to be perfect; Estella is just learning her craft, but it’s meant to be obvious that “she’s creative with clothing.” As Estella gets older and finds a job working for Emma Thompson’s well-regarded fashion designer, Baroness von Hellman, Beavan says the character “slowly hems and refines that look.”A Formidable Flat(Photo by ©2021 Disney Enterprises)Estella spends most of her childhood and young adulthood in a London squat with best friends and fellow con artists Jasper (Joel Fry) and Horace (Paul Walter Hauser). They also have two very cute dogs, neither of which are white with black spots.“There was a time when you had these enormous buildings that are quite derelict that were still the scars of the Second World War; there were big empty sections of now what s known as completely prime real estate,” production designer Fiona Crombie says of London during the film’s period.She says it was important to the story of three kids living without parental supervision that “there s an ingenuity to how they operate… This was their home that they were making; they knew how to survive and operate in this city.”Crombie says director Craig Gillespie also stressed how important it was “that the lair can’t be frightening” and that “it has to be a place that if you were a child, it has wonder.”The group’s squatter’s flat is made from two buildings mashed together after the wall that separates them was broken down. Horace and Jasper live in a more industrial section while Estella lives near the kitchen. Since Gillespie and cinematographer Nicolas Karakatsanis would be filming in what Crombie describes as a “very fluid” motion, she made sure that every inch of the space held something of interest.Her favorite part? “I love the fact that we have a big hole in the ground,” she laughs.Baroness Beauty(Photo by Laurie Sparham/©2021 Disney Enterprises)Hair and makeup artist Naomi Donne handled the designs for Thompson’s cutting, fame-obsessed Baroness von Hellman, developing the look off of hair and makeup designer Nadia Stacey’s inspiration of Elizabeth Taylor in the 1950s. There’s also some subtle white highlights in the Baroness’ hair, which Stacey says are a nod to just how similar she and Cruella are.Vintage Vantages(Photo by Laurie Sparham/©2021 Disney Enterprises)Estella also makes friend with Artie (John McCrea), the owner of an extremely well curated vintage clothing shop. This set was actually a gift shop on Portobello Road in London’s Notting Hill neighborhood, which Crombie and her crew emptied out and repurposed with new wallpaper and painting. They didn’t have to look far to fill the shelves though; they bought a lot of clothes from the real shops that are in the neighborhood.“With Artie’s shop, it was always going to be visually chaotic,” Crombie says, “because you have racks of clothes. And that s the intention: that you feel kind of all these possibility that in that space. It feels very authentic to what’s on that street.”The Scoop on the Ace Reporter(Photo by ©2021 Disney Enterprises)Estella’s former school chum Anita (Kirby Howell-Baptiste) grows up to be a society reporter with exclusive access to a certain up-and-coming designer. Beavan and her team found modern fabric that still gave Anita a ‘70s look and reminds that, back then, more people made their own clothes with patterns and that “we were all much cleverer at making things then.”Production designer Crombie says Anita’s drab, colorless newsroom is one of the few sets where she says “we are nailing this ‘70s vibe” with evenly spaced desks and little artwork on the walls “so that you’ve got this run of uniformity.”Making the Panther De Ville Purr(Photo by Walt Disney Studios)Cruella gets her hands on a Panther De Ville luxury car that’s similar to the one the character drives in the Disney’s live-action 101 Dalmatians. The one in the new movie looks slightly different, as Crombie says they made tweaks to make it better suit her film’s aesthetic. They even altered the plot of the movie to have Cruella and her friends change the color of the car to black because it originally arrived in such a unique tone that they had to make use of it.Although she wasn’t a car person before she worked on Cruella, Crombie says she grew to love this and other vehicles in the movie because “I think they have real wit … [T]hey have real personal personality and presence in the film.”Eye See You(Photo by ©2021 Disney Enterprises)Hair and makeup designer Stacey posted pictures of Siouxsie Sioux around her workspace as inspiration for Stone’s lead, saying now that she liked that the The Banshees lead singer’s “eye makeup had this very distinct, very square eyebrow shape.” However, her goal was to “bring in those punk elements and then blend it out, to soften it to give a beauty edge to it.”Stacey says she also “looked at any of those fashion shows that I feel do something different,” such as the ones by fashion houses Alexander McQueen, Vivienne Westwood, or John Galliano. Her goal, she says, was to “look at all these references from the past because we are a period film but then change it and to mix it up, to add something a bit more fresh and modern to it.”Pucker Up(Photo by Laurie Sparham/©2021 Disney Enterprises)Red is used a lot in Cruella, particularly in the clothing and makeup. However, it’s also a color that is notoriously hard to accurately capture on screen. Stacey says it was a lot of trial and error with MAC products, coupled with the fact that star Emma Stone’s skin can take heavy coloring. (Incidentally, MAC also launched a capsule makeup collection inspired by the looks in Cruella). Stacey says she knew it was essential to get it right because “we did want a kind of killer red.”Seeing Red(Photo by ©2021 Disney Enterprises Inc.)Although Beavan researched this period in fashion to gain inspiration, all of the gowns were bespoke and were not all direct replicas of vintage designs. An example of one that was the red gown Cruella wears to crash the Baroness’ ball, which is rooted in the Charles James Tree dress from the 1950s, famous for its corseted silhouette that’s encircled with winding tulle.(Photo by ©2021 Disney Enterprises)For the film’s take on the Tree dress, dress designer Ian Wallace had the dual task of making one version of the gown that the Baroness would have designed years ago but that, Beavan notes, “would have to have enough fabric to do something Cruella-ish,” because the younger designer reimagines the gown when she crashes the ball.Stacey says she also knew she had to make a statement with this scene because it signals the end of the era of Estella, the orphan and petty thief, to welcome in the not-to-be-deterred (and frequently criminal) mastermind, Cruella. She says she created Cruella’s mask of feathers and jewels to have a beauty element and serve the purpose of hiding her alter ego.Leather Rip(Photo by Laurie Sparham/©2021 Disney Enterprises)As Cruella continues to taunt the Baroness with more elaborate stunts and designs, she also brings in more of the street fashion and counter-culture of the 1970s. In one scene, she crashes a red carpet in leather pants with gold sequins, a fitted motorcycle jacket with pointed shoulder pads and the words “The Future” spray painted over her eyes.“It s the first red-carpet moment and it needed to be a real punch,” Stacey says. “I had the Sex Pistols album cover [Nevermind the Bollocks] on the wall near me, and the font of the writing for the Sex Pistols is the same font that I use on the on The Future, and I just thought maybe I ll just run it across the face but to airbrush it as well, almost like it s been spray painted across their face so it s harsh and graphic.”(Photo by Laurie Sparham/©2021 Disney Enterprises)Beavan says the exaggerated shoulders on the motorcycle jacket were because Cruella “wasn t about doing anything normal” and “by this time, she’s really learned to make [designs] well.”It’s here, Beavan says, that there begins to be a push toward the way costume designer Anthony Powell made the character look when Close played her in 1996’s 101 Dalmatians.Spotted on the Catwalk(Photo by ©2021 Disney Enterprises Inc.)No actual Dalmatians were harmed in the making of Cruella’s dresses – in fact, Beavan didn’t use fur of any kind. But the script did call for the nefarious lead to make her mentor-turned-enemy, the Baroness, worry that she’d murdered her dogs. So Wallace designed a black and white-patterned gown that Beavan’s textile team printed on a velvet-like fabric.“A lot of these things come out of the story; what you need and how it s got to work,” says Beavan. “She’s obviously going to dance in it and it needed movement. And it’s really got to be spectacular and obviously, very clearly Dalmatian, because the Baroness thinks she’s killed her Dalmatians to make it.”Since the Baroness now knows that Cruella and Estella are the same person, Stacey says there was no need to hide her antiheroine behind another mask or face paint. Instead, she says she wanted to return to the “very strong punk elements” of Estella’s original eye makeup look while adding “these silver hues inside that just punch up the light in certain moments.”Not As Simple As Black and White(Photo by ©2021 Disney Enterprises)Using so much black and white can be overbearing from a design perspective because the colors contrast each other. Crombie says the trick is balancing “how dense the color is.”She says filming at the Baroness’ home, Hellman Hall, meant creating a palette that was “quite muted” and where “the level of contrast is softened out … it’s cold, but it’s not stark. So then everything can sit on top of that.”Whereas, she says designing the film’s crucial set piece of a black and white ball required “the use of gold [to] sort of diffuse it and stop it from being too stark and hard.”No Joke(r)Ryan FujitaniThe designers know there are Internet pundits comparing Cruella’s designs to that of Batman villains The Joker and Harley Quinn. All enjoy making an entrance, sometimes while wearing white face makeup, dark eye makeup, and a menacing smirk.Stacey understands why there are the comparisons, but says those characters never came up in her research.“The whole thing about punk is that it s just such a mismatch of things,” says the hair and makeup designer. “There s no kind of fluidity to it. It s kind of crazy. The references are borrowed from so many different places that I didn t really think that I was ever going to cross into anything too much.”Beavan reminds that Cruella, in one iteration or another, has “always had half and half. You know, I would say The Joker followed Cruella.”Cruella is in theaters and available on Disney+ with Premium Access on May 28, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.



bob体育手机登陆 Today s Ketchup brings you another 10 headlines from the world of film development news, covering titles like the sequels to Bad Moms, Ghostbusters, and A Quiet Place.This WEEK S TOP STORYRACHEL WEISZ AND DAVID HARBOUR IN TALKS FOR BLACK WIDOW(Photo by John Lamparski, Jeff Kravitz/Getty Images)Marvel Studios is preparing to shoot their next two films this summer for likely 2020 releases. It was just last week that we heard about Angelina Jolie being in talks for a lead role in The Eternals, but that s not actually the next film in the works. Marvel is closer to starting production on the Black Widow solo film, starring Scarlett Johansson, with filming scheduled to begin in June. Florence Pugh (Fighting with My Family, Lady MacBeth) was announced last month for Black Widow, and this week, it was revealed that two more stars are in talks. Rachel Weisz (The Favourite) is now in talks for a role in Black Widow. David Harbour (Stranger Things), who will star later this month in the Hellboy, is also in talks for a Black Widow role. We don t yet have any clue what the Black Widow movie is about (including whether it s a prequel or is set after Avengers: Endgame), or what characters Pugh, Weisz, or Harbour might be playing. (This writer s guess for Rachel Weisz is long-time HYDRA leader Viper.) Black Widow may be the Marvel Studios movie scheduled for May 1, 2020.Fresh Developments1. CILLIAN MURPHY JOINS A QUIET PLACE 2(Photo by Anthony Harvey/Getty Images)Last year s monster/suspense movie A Quiet Place (Certified Fresh at 95%) was a surprise box office hit, with over 0 million worldwide from a budget of just million. Paramount quickly greenlit a sequel for next year (May 15, 2020), with real life married couple Emily Blunt and John Krasinski returning (as actress and writer/director, respectively). This week, it was confirmed that the the two surviving kid actors (Noah Jupe and Millicent Simmonds) would be returning for the sequel, and also the first new cast member for the sequel. Frequent Christopher Nolan collaborator and Peaky Blinders star Cillian Murphy will join Emily Blunt in the A Quiet Place sequel as a character who is described as a man with mysterious intentions who joins the family unit. The other movie scheduled against A Quiet Place 2 is the animated Scooby-Doo reboot Scoob, featuring the voices of Zac Efron, Tracy Morgan, and Amanda Seyfried.2. EMMA STONE AND RALPH FIENNES MAY STAR IN HORROR COMEDY THE MENU(Photo by Sabrina Lantos/Sony Classics)After six Academy Award nominations, and two wins (for Adapted Screenplay), Alexander Payne had his first Rotten film as director with 2017 s Downsizing. For his next film, Payne is reportedly recruiting Emma Stone (three Oscar nominations, one win) and Ralph Fiennes (two Academy Award nominations). Described as a comedic horror-thriller, the movie is called The Menu, and is about a couple who travel to a remote island to attend an exclusive restaurant where the acclaimed chef (Fiennes) has prepared a lavish tasting menu, along with some shocking surprises. Although Alexander Payne won both of his Academy Awards as screenwriter, The Menu was instead written by late night TV show staff writers Will Tracy (Last Week Tonight with John Oliver) and Seth Reiss (Late Night with Seth Meyers). Emma Stone will next co-star in the sequels Zombieland: Double Tap (10/11/2019) and The Croods 2 (9/18/2020), and Ralph Fiennes has at least three films scheduled for 2020 as well.3. MARK HAMILL TO VOICE CHUCKY IN NEW CHILD S PLAY(Photo by Walt Disney Pictures)Enough fans of the Child s Play franchise have been talking about Brad Dourif not voicing Chucky in this summer s Child s Play reboot (6/21/2019) that no Brad Dourif is a top autocorrect result on Google search. Curiously, for a movie that is just over two months away from release, however, we didn t actually know for sure who would be voicing Chucky instead. As it turns out, the actor taking on the role is the one famous for voicing the Joker in dozens of video games and animated TV shows. Mark Hamill is obviously best known for his role as Luke Skywalker in the Star Wars franchise, and he can now add Child s Play to the list of franchises he s associated with. Hamill announced his participation in a video that debuted at this past weekend s WonderCon in Anaheim.4. VIOLA DAVIS, JAI COURTNEY TO RETURN IN THE SUICIDE SQUAD(Photo by Warner Bros.)When director James Gunn s The Suicide Squad (8/6/2021) was first announced, it was quickly described as a soft reboot with a new cast of supervillains. That, however, was before it was confirmed that Margot Robbie would indeed be returning as Harley Quinn. (We also thought Deadshot would be returning, albeit in the form of Idris Elba instead of Will Smith, though it later turned out that s not the character Elba would be playing.) This week, we learned of two more actors from the 2016 version who are returning in the same roles. Viola Davis will once again play Amanda Waller, the government agent who brings together the various super villains, and Jai Courtney also talked this week about returning as Captain Boomerang (although it s possible that his character won t survive).5. STERLING K. BROWN TO STAR AS JANITOR-TURNED-COACH IN RISE (Photo by Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection)Chrissy Metz of NBC s This is Us will star in the faith-based drama Breakthrough later this month, and this week, one of her co-stars also signed on for his own faith-based drama. Sterling K. Brown is in talks with Sony s AFFIRM Films (Miracles from Heaven, Heaven is for Real) to star in their inspirational sports drama called Rise. If he signs on, Brown will portray Louisiana middle school janitor Willie Davis, who took over his school s basketball program and went on to compete in the state championship. Rise is based on Davis true life story, which has previously been reported on by HBO s Real Sports. Sony has already scheduled Rise for release a year from next week, on April 10, 2020 (up against James Bond 25).

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