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而「一念逍遥」「天谕」「航海王热血航线」「斗罗大陆」等是由IP改编的手游，相对于一般游戏来说，IP游戏在前期推广上具备绝对的优势，坚实的粉丝基础为角逐吸金榜提供了极大助力。欧宝体育最新登录(Photo by Columbia Pictures)After more than 1 billion votes were cast, the winners of the 2020 E! People’s Choice Awards were announced this Sunday, and it was a good night if your name was Will Smith: Not only did Smith’s Bad Boys For Life take home Best Movie of 2020, but Smith was named male movie star of the year. Elsewhere, Tiffany Haddish was named Female Movie Star of 2020, while Joey King won best comedy star for The Kissing Booth 2, which also took home Comedy Movie of 2020. Lin-Manuel Miranda was named Drama Movie Star of 2020 for Hamilton, which won the award to top drama film, too.Of course, BTS dominated the music categories, winning four awards in the four categories for which the were nominated.Check out the full list of winners below, including film, TV, and music categories.Full List of NomineesThe Movie of 20201. Bad Boys for Life – WINNER2. Birds of Prey3. Extraction4. Hamilton5. Project Power6. The Invisible Man7. The Old GuardThe Comedy Movie of 20201. Bill Ted Face the Music2. Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga3. Like a Boss4. The King of Staten Island5. The Kissing Booth 2 – WINNER6. The Lovebirds7. The Wrong Missy8. To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love YouThe Action Movie of 20201. Bad Boys for Life2. Birds of Prey3. Bloodshot4. Extraction5. Mulan WINNER6. Project Power7. Tenet8. The Old GuardThe Drama Movie of 20201. Dangerous Lies2. Greyhound3. Hamilton – WINNER4. I Still Believe5. The High Note6. The Invisible Man7. The Photograph8. The Way BackThe Family Movie of 20201. Dolittle2. My Spy3. Onward – WINNER4. Scoob!5. Sonic the Hedgehog6. The Call of the Wild7. The Willoughbys8. Trolls World TourThe Male Movie Star of 20201. Chris Hemsworth Extraction2. Jamie Foxx Project Power3. Lin-Manuel Miranda Hamilton4. Mark Wahlberg Spenser Confidential5. Robert Downey Jr. Dolittle6. Tom Hanks Greyhound7. Vin Diesel Bloodshot8. Will Smith Bad Boys for Life – WINNERThe Female Movie Star of 20201. Camila Mendes Dangerous Lies2. Charlize Theron The Old Guard3. Elisabeth Moss The Invisible Man4. Issa Rae The Lovebirds5. Margot Robbie Birds of Prey6. Salma Hayek Like a Boss7. Tiffany Haddish Like a Boss – WINNER8. Vanessa Hudgens Bad Boys for LifeThe Drama Movie Star of 20201. Ben Affleck The Way Back2. Elisabeth Moss The Invisible Man3. Issa Rae The Photograph4. KJ Apa I Still Believe5. Lin-Manuel Miranda Hamilton – WINNER6. Russell Crowe Unhinged7. Tom Hanks Greyhound8. Tracee Ellis Ross The High NoteThe Comedy Movie Star of 20201. David Spade The Wrong Missy2. Issa Rae The Lovebirds3. Joe King The Kissing Booth 2 – WINNER4. Keanu Reeves Bill Ted Face the Music5. Noah Centineo To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You6. Pete Davidson The King of Staten Island7. Salma Hayek Like a Boss8. Will Ferrell Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire SagaThe Action Movie Star of 20201. Charlize Theron The Old Guard2. Chris Hemsworth Extraction – WINNER3. Jamie Foxx Project Power4. John David Washington Tenet5. Margot Robbie Birds of Prey6. Vanessa Hudgens Bad Boys for Life7. Vin Diesel Bloodshot8. Will Smith Bad Boys for LifeThe Show of 20201. Grey s Anatomy – WINNER2. Never Have I Ever3. Outer Banks4. The Bachelor5. The Last Dance6. The Masked Singer7. This Is Us8. Tiger KingThe Drama Show of 20201. Grey s Anatomy2. Law Order: SVU3. Outer Banks4. Ozark5. Power6. Riverdale – WINNER7. The Walking Dead8. This Is UsThe Comedy Show of 20201. Dead to Me2. Grown-ish3. Insecure4. Modern Family5. Never Have I Ever – WINNER6. Saturday Night Live7. Schitt s Creek8. The Good PlaceThe Reality Show of 20201. 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After?2. Below Deck Mediterranean3. Keeping Up with the Kardashians – WINNER4. Love Hip Hop: New York5. Love Is Blind6. Queer Eye7. The Real Housewives of Atlanta8. The Real Housewives of Beverly HillsThe Competition Show of 20201. America s Got Talent2. American Idol3. RuPaul s Drag Race4. The Bachelor5. The Challenge: Total Madness6. The Masked Singer7. The Voice – WINNER8. Top ChefThe Male TV Star of 20201. Chase Stokes Outer Banks2. Cole Sprouse Riverdale – WINNER3. Dan Levy Schitt s Creek4. Jason Bateman Ozark5. Jesse Williams Grey s Anatomy6. Norman Reedus The Walking Dead7. Sterling K. Brown This Is Us8. Steve Carell Space ForceThe Female TV Star of 20201. Christina Applegate Dead to Me2. Danai Gurira The Walking Dead3. Ellen Pompeo Grey s Anatomy – WINNER4. Lili Reinhart Riverdale5. Mandy Moore This Is Us6. Mariska Hargitay Law Order: SVU7. Sandra Oh Killing Eve8. Sofia Vergara Modern FamilyThe Drama TV Star of 20201. Chase Stokes Outer Banks2. Cole Sprouse Riverdale3. Danai Gurira The Walking Dead4. Ellen Pompeo Grey s Anatomy 5. Mandy Moore This Is Us – WINNER6. Mariska Hargitay Law Order: SVU7. Sandra Oh Killing Eve8. Sterling K. Brown This Is UsThe Comedy TV Star of 20201. Christina Applegate Dead to Me2. Dan Levy Schitt s Creek3. Issa Rae Insecure4. Jameela Jamil The Good Place5. Kate McKinnon Saturday Night Live6. Kristen Bell The Good Place7. Sofia Vergara Modern Family – WINNER8. Yara Shahidi Grown-ishThe Daytime Talk Show of 20201. Good Morning America2. Live with Kelly and Ryan3. Red Table Talk4. The Elleen DeGeneres Show – WINNER5. The Kelly Clarkson Show6. The View7. The Wendy Williams Show8. TodayThe Nighttime Talk Show of 20201. Full Frontal with Samantha Bee2. Jimmy Kimmel Live!3. Last Week Tonight with John Oliver4. The Daily Show with Trevor Noah5. The Late Late Show with James Corden6. The Late Show with Stephen Colbert7. The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon – WINNER8. Watch What Happens Live with Andy CohenThe Competition Contestant of 20201. Gigi Goode RuPaul s Drag Race – WINNER2. Hannah Ann Sluss The Bachelor3. Jaida Essence Hall RuPaul s Drag Race4. Kandi Burruss The Masked Singer5. Madison Prewett The Bachelor6. Rob Gronkowski The Masked Singer7. Samantha Diaz (Just Sam) American Idol8. Sammie Cimarelli The CircleThe Reality TV Star of 20201. Antoni Porowski Queer Eye2. Darcey Stacey Silva Darcey Stacey3. Jonathan Van Ness Queer Eye4. Kandi Burruss The Real Housewives of Atlanta5. Khloe Kardashian Keeping Up with the Kardashians – WINNER6. Kim Kardashian West Keeping Up with the Kardashians7. Lisa Rinna The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills8. Porsha Williams The Real Housewives of AtlantaThe Bingeworthy Show of 20201. Cheer2. Love Is Blind3. Never Have I Ever4. Normal People5. Outer Banks – WINNER6. Ozark7. Schitt s Creek8. Tiger KingThe Sci-Fi/Fantasy Show of 20201. DC s Legends of Tomorrow2. Legacies3. Locke Key4. Supergirl5. Supernatural6. The Flash7. The Umbrella Academy8. Wynonna Earp – WINNERThe Male Artist of 20201. Bad Bunny2. Blake Shelton3. DaBaby4. Drake5. J Balvin6. Justin Bieber – WINNER7. Lil Baby8. The WeekndThe Female Artist of 20201. Ariana Grande – WINNER2. Billie Eilish3. Cardi B4. Dua Lipa5. Lady Gaga6. Megan Thee Stallion7. Miley Cyrus8. Taylor SwiftThe Group of 20201. 5 Seconds of Summer2. Blackpink3. BTS – WINNER4. Chloe x Halle5. CNCO6. Dan + Shay7. Jonas Brothers8. Twenty One PilotsThe Song of 20201. Break My Heart Dua Lipa2. Dynamite BTS – WINNER3. Intentions Justin Bieber4. Rain on Me Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande5. Rockstar DaBaby feat. Roddy Ricch6. Savage Megan Thee Stallion7. Stuck With U Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber8. WAP Cardi B feat. Megan Thee StallionThe Album of 20201. After Hours The Weeknd2. Changes Justin Bieber3. Chromatica Lady Gaga4. Folklore Taylor Swift5. Future Nostalgia Dua Lipa6. High Off Life Future7. Map of the Soul: 7 BTS – WINNER8. YHLQMDLG Bad BunnyThe Country Artist of 20201. Blake Shelton – WINNER2. Kane Brown3. Keith Urban4. Kelsea Ballerini5. Luke Bryan6. Luke Combs7. Miranda Lambert8. Thomas RhettThe Latin Artist of 20201. Bad Bunny2. Becky G – WINNER3. Daddy Yankee4. J Balvin5. Karol G6. Maluma7. Nicky Jam8. OzunaThe New Artist of 20201. Ava Max2. Benee3. Conan Gray4. Doja Cat – WINNER5. Jack Harlow6. Roddy Ricch7. Saweetie8. Trevor DanielThe Music Video of 20201. Blinding Lights The Weeknd2. Dynamite BTS – WINNER3. Holy Justin Bieber feat. Chance the Rapper4. Ice Cream Blackpink with Selena Gomez5. Life Is Good Future feat. Drake6. Rain on Me Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande7. Un Dia (One Day) J Balvin, Dua Lipa, Bad Bunny feat. Tainy8. WAP Cardi B feat. Megan Thee StallionThe Collaboration Song of 20201. Be Kind Marshmello, Halsey2. Holy Justin Bieber feat. Chance the Rapper3. Life Is Good Future feat. Drake4. Rain on Me Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande5. Rockstar DaBaby feat. Roddy Ricch6. Savage Remix Megan Thee Stallion feat. Beyoncé7. WAP Cardi B feat. Megan Thee Stallion – WINNER8. Whats Poppin Remix Jack Harlow feat. DaBaby, Tory Lanez, Lil WayneThe Soundrack Song of 20201. About Love Marina, To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You2. Alexander Hamilton Original Broadway Cast of Hamilton3. Boss Bitch Doja Cat, Birds of Prey4. Loyal Brave True Christina Aguilera, Mulan5. On Me Thomas Rhett, Kane Brown feat. Ava Max Scoob!6. Only the Young Taylor Swift, Miss Americana – WINNER7. Rare Selena Gomez, Normal People8. The Other Side SZA feat. Justin Timberlake, Trolls World TourThumbnail image by Claudette Barius/©Warner Bros.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
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Despite the fact Marvel’s Runaways will be completing its run on December 13th, it still has plenty of story to tell. In fact, this may be its biggest season, as it finally brings straight-up magic into its tale of teen runaway superheroes, aliens, supervillain parents, intergalactic intrigue, and a lovable pet dinosaur.In fact, the show’s unique mixture of elements was part of the appeal for Elizabeth Hurley, who spoke with Rotten Tomatoes and other journalists during a set visit last August and joins the program as Morgan le Fay.“What I really loved about it is the fact that the grown-ups had great stuff to do and were integral to the plot and had moments of their own. They weren t just feeding the kids [conflict].” That said, Morgan will certainly be feeding conflict to Nico (Lyrica Okano) as “one of the most powerful sorceresses in history and the universe” and the legendary magician of Arthurian legend. And as Hurley put it, “she s definitely bringing a completely different element to the show from a magic point of view. Though she did not appear in Runaways’ second season, she is at the heart of Nico’s troubles toward its conclusion. “Nico is a fledgling baby witch, unsure of her powers, and can t really control herself yet,” Hurley said of the character Morgan is most interested in positioning toward her ends.“We re going to learn more about what that darkness is about, where it comes from, [and] what it s connected to,” added executive producer and showrunner Stephanie Savage.“Nico seems at first [to be Morgan’s] chief adversary, but you ll start to see some connection between her and Tina [Nico’s mother, played by Brittany Ishibashi],” said Savage’s showrunning partner Josh Schwartz. “So mother and daughter might actually find themselves aligned against the larger evil in ways that will surprise people.”(Photo by Hulu)First introduced in 1955’s Black Knight #1 by Stan Lee and Joe Maneely, Morgan was presented as an immortal half-faerie with designs on world conquest well after the fall of Camelot. Projecting her consciousness into the modern day, she caused plenty of trouble for Spider-Man, the Avengers and others. Schwartz and Savage credited co-executive producer Quinton Peeples with pulling the character into the Runways’ orbit. “Based on where we wanted to go and what we wanted to do in terms of Marvel magic, she was a really strong fit for us,” Peeples said.But for the purposes of the show, Morgan will not be reaching out to Nico from the 6th Century. Instead, viewers will find her in a place more familiar to Marvel film watchers: the Dark Dimension featured in Doctor Strange. The strange realm also appeared in Marvel’s Agent Carter and Marvel Clock Dagger, but Peeples said, “Ours is very specific to our show, and I think it expands the vocabulary of what that world is like and how it operates. These rules will be important as Morgan tries to escape its pull.And once she makes her way to 2019 Los Angeles? “She thinks there s room for improvement,” Hurley said.Of course, Morgan’s attempts to join the modern world may not be the Runaways biggest problem when the season begins. When we last saw them, the group was divided, with Karolina (Virginia Gardner) and Chase (Greg Sulkin) captured by Jonah (now played by James Marsters) and the other remaining aliens from his spaceship, who put them in stasis tubes and seemed prepared to serve them up for supper in the finale s closing moments.(Photo by Michael Desmond/Hulu)“We pick up right where we left off last season, and the gang is trying to figure out how to get us out of those tubes,” Gardner told us. “And it takes them a little bit of time. We spend a long time in those tubes.”But Karolina’s time in the tube may give her space to process the Church of Gibborim’s new devotion to her. “She s still very uncomfortable with it,” she said. “Everywhere she goes, people are bowing down to her, and there’s posters of her everywhere.” And while that may continue to be an issue for her, Gardner said Karolina’s big conflict will be figuring out her place with Nico. “We re starting to see Nico get pulled towards this dark side the staff is leading her [toward],” she explained. “Karolina is trying to figure out if Nico is too far gone already or if she can pull her back from this dark side.”To the actor, this ultimately means Morgan is the biggest threat the group will ever face, “beyond the parents, beyond PRIDE, beyond Jonah, beyond any of those things. Morgan le Fay is like a whole new animal for us.”An animal that Rhenzy Feliz told us his character, Alex, considers a “f king maze.” As the one member of the group lacking any powers or abilities, Alex must be “smarter than everybody else in order to contribute.” He teased those contributions may be surprisingly “practical” despite the magic on display. Nonetheless, he warned “one of the big things about this season is that no one s really safe.”(Photo by Michael Desmond/Hulu)That lack of safety is a constant threat in the life of Nico’s father Robert (James Yaegashi), who, as the one of the more reluctant PRIDE parents, always seems to get it the worst, and left last season needing extreme medical care. “It does feel like Robert has nine lives,” Yaegeshi said. “I don t know if that target s ever coming off his back. I think part of the problem is that Robert s comfortable having other people do things [for him], but things are so extreme in this world that when he tries to step out to be the alpha is when he gets in trouble.” His season will begin in the ICU and set off something of an interior journey for the character.A mortally wounded Robert would usually be reason enough for Tina to put aside her own issues and help him, but now that she is possessed by one of the aliens, Ishibashi said the character has little concern for her host’s husband. “They didn t end up using it in the final cut, but there was one take that we did where Tina had put a hastily written sign on him that said ‘Human in Danger’ and pasted it to his shirt,” she said. Instead, much of the actor s time was spent building a new dynamic with Marsters and Brigid Brannagh, who now play formless aliens possessing the actor s former characters. “To establish a new family dynamic is hilarious because all of a sudden, Victor [Marsters] and Stacey [Brannagh] are my mom and dad,” she said. “Jonah, this person who she hates more than anything in the world, who killed her daughter and destroyed her family, is now her father figure.”Curiously, Ishibashi quipped that Nico will like the alien version of her mother better. “She s like, ‘I already thought my mom was crazy,’” the actor joked. She also teased the debut of the aliens’ “Brother” – a character as yet unseen, but inhabiting one of the children.(Photo by Michael Desmond/Hulu)For Marsters, taking over the part of Jonah from Julian McMahon (his version of Jonah was obliterated last season) meant getting a chance to smile on the show for once. His previous character, Victor Stein, was the sort who never had any fun. “There s something really delicious about playing that kind of character,” Marsters said. “But playing a character who does smile and is very confident, is having a good day and he s enjoying being himself and is not morally conflicted about everything It was a lot lighter of an experience.”Another light experience, at least working on set, was the arrival of former Cloak Dagger stars Aubrey Joseph and Olivia Holt for a special crossover episode. At the time, it was unclear if both series would continue past their current seasons, but the excitement about bringing the two shows together was electric.“Olivia and Aubrey [are] super cool people, and so having them on set is awesome. Getting to know them a lot better is awesome,” Feliz said. “Apart from that, the story that we re getting to tell with them, seeing their powers in action and seeing the groups mesh. We re teenagers at the end of the day, so it s like the little snippets and jokes and kind of witty humor going back and forth.”Schwartz said they always wanted to do some sort of crossover as both shows shot their pilots around the same time. “The idea that there are these young heroes walking around in L.A and Louisiana who don t know each other… It just felt too good to miss out on.”“Cloak and Dagger are here to save the day,” he added. “But they re also here to help save some relationships as well.”(Photo by Hulu)Everyone we talked to teased Cloak and Dagger will arrive at one of the most high-stakes moments ever for the series. “The mission that they re on is extremely serious,” said Savage. “And they kind of brought that gravitas.”But it seems Tyrone (Joseph) and Tandy’s (Holt) arrival in Los Angeles will feature lighter moments as well. “[It’s] has been a lot of fun for me because I don t have to come to work every day and scream and cry,” Joseph joked. “Our show is obviously very dark in comparison to their show. It s a lot more lighthearted.” That means the Cloak and Dagger seen on the show will be in much better spirits than when we last saw them at the end of the program’s now-series finale. In fact, discovering other super-powered teens will alleviate some of their tensions. “I think the main thing is just the fact that they re teenagers that are like us,” Joseph explained. “It s kind of like, ‘let s see what s up with these guys.’” He also teased their decision to become proper heroes may have an effect on the Runaways, who may finally be able to see past their own family struggles to a larger world. “I think they re definitely noticing we have these powers for a reason and we re a team for a reason,” he said.So, despite the program coming to its conclusion, it seems to be the culmination of many Marvel TV ideas, with aliens, magic, and superheroes coming together both in conflict and in friendship. In short, it’s a page straight out of the Runaways comic and a fitting end for this part of Marvel’s ongoing tale.The third and final season of Marvel s Runaways premieres on Friday, December 13 on Hulu.
(Photo by Courtesy the Cannes Film Festival)The crowds have bid au revoir to the 72nd annual Cannes Film Festival, where films about inequality and injustice, as well as some avant-garde horror, riveted audiences. This year s jury, led by Birdman director Alejandro González Iñárritu, bestowed the golden laurels of the Palme d Or (the festival s top prize) on Snowpiercer director Bong Joon-ho s Parasite. Joon-ho s Palme d Or win for his twisty social satire follows Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda s 2018 win for Shoplifters, making him the third Asian director to take home the top prize and the first Korean filmmaker. The runner-up prize, the Grand Prix, also made history when actress-turned-director Mati Diop won for her debut film Atlantique, becoming the first Black female director to be awarded a competition prize. (It was a second coup for Diop, who made history when she became the first Black female director to be selected in competition).Elsewhere, our rumored next Batman, Robert Pattinson, continued his run of stellar indie performances and sparked early Oscar talk for his turn alongside co-star Willem Dafoe in the black-and-white horror tale, The Lighthouse. It was one of several films that critics are betting will make a deep run this awards season, along with Quentin Tarantino s Once Upon A Time in Hollywood, Rocketman, and Pedro Almodóvar s Pain and Glory, for which Antonio Banderas was named best actor.Here are the seven buzziest films we saw at Cannes 2019; you’ll definitely want to check them out when they reach theaters near you or land on streaming.Atlantics (2019) 95%
bly worth tuning in. Gunn will be answering fan questions about the reboot, and the panel description states that the members of Task Force X (i.e. The Suicide Squad) will join for a fast-paced, no-holds-barred Squad Showdown that tests every team member’s Squad knowledge — and survival skills. What that means is anyone s guess, and while no names are listed in the description itself, we know that Margot Robbie, Idris Elba, Alice Braga, John Cena, Pete Davidson, and Nathan Fillion are scheduled to show up, among others (and they re in the trailer).The Snyder Cut of Justice League(Photo by DC Entertainment)When: 2:30 pm (PT)Length: 25 minutesThe fans who clamored for the mythical Snyder Cut of Justice League are finally getting their wish, as the purest version of director Zack Snyder s film is scheduled to premiere on HBO Max in 2021. With that in mind, Snyder will answer fan questions and welcome a few surprise guests likely at least Gal Gadot and Ezra Miller, both of whom have panels before this one.The Flash (TV)(Photo by DC Entertainment)When: 2:54 pm (PT)Length: 16 minutesOne of only two TV-specific panels that were moved to the Hall of Heroes presentation after FanDome was split into two days, The Flash panel will feature executive producer Eric Wallace and stars Grant Gustin, Candice Patton, Danielle Panabaker, Carlos Valdes, Danielle Nicolet, Kayla Compton and Brandon McKnight as they reminisce over Season 6 and look ahead to Season 7. In addition, they ll also preview a sneak peek at the black-and-white noir-themed episode Kiss Kiss Breach Breach, which was supposed to have run as part of Season 6 before the pandemic hit. It should be noted that this panel has been dramatically shortened to 16 minutes to fit into the Hall of Heroes schedule, so we may not get everything described above on August 22, but it looks like the full 40-minute presentation will be broadcast on September 12.Black Adam(Photo by DC Enteratinment)When: 3:10 pm (PT)Length: 15 minutesWe re finally getting the Black Adam movie in 2021 or we expect to get it in time for Christmas, anyway and star Dwayne Johnson will be doing a Q A session to give fans a taste of what his first comic book superhero movie will look like. The description for the panel also mentions a few surprises, so we may get some info on how the film may tie in to Shazam! (more on that movie below).Titans (TV)(Photo by Warner Bros.)When: 3:50 pm (PT)Length: 15 minutesThis is the second television series, along with The Flash, that was deemed worthy to move from its original placement in the WatchVerse module to the prime Hall of Heroes lineup, so that already hints that the panel will deliver something special for the fans. However, also like The Flash, the length of the panel has been cut down from its original 30-minute slot in order to fit here, but when it resurfaces on FanDome s September 12 broadcast, we ll get the whole shebang. With all of that said, the panel is set to include stars Brenton Thwaites, Anna Diop, Teagan Croft, Ryan Potter, Conor Leslie, Curran Walters, Joshua Orpin, Damaris Lewis, with Alan Ritchson and Minka Kelly as they talk about the upcoming third season and possibly unveil a premiere date.Aquaman(Photo by Warner Bros.)When: 4:05 pm (PT)Length: 10 minutesSure, Aquaman has been out for a couple of years now, so a retrospective look at the film may not be the most earth-shattering thing on your list. That said, director James Wan and co-star Patrick Wilson will be on hand for a brief look back at the world of Atlantis with some behind-the-scenes material, and that could potentially lead into some new info or some sort of a teaser for either Aquaman 2 (due out in 2022) or the horror-themed spinoff The Trench (reportedly due out sometime before Aquaman 2), both of which are in active development right now.SHAZAM!(Photo by DC Entertainment)When: 4:40 pm (PT)Length: 10 minutesLike Aquaman, Shazam! has already come and gone from theaters, but unlike the panel for that film, the description for this one specifically teases that star Zachary Levi and co-stars Asher Angel, Jack Dylan Granger, Faithe Herman, Meagan Good, and Mark Strong will discuss what the next movie might be about, along with surprise guests. Again, this could all point to the eventual Black Adam/Shazam! crossover everyone is expecting.The Batman(Photo by @mattreevesLA)When: 5:30 pm (PT)Length: 30 minutesThe primetime evening slot goes to Matt Reeves The Batman, possibly the most anticipated film of the event, if only because we ve gotten a fair amount of detail about Wonder Woman 1984 but still don t know a whole lot about the latest iteration of the Caped Crusader. Reeves will be joined by FanDome host Aisha Tyler to talk about the upcoming film, and while the description mentions a surprise (or two), we know that Robert Pattinson is supposed to show up at some point, so there could be some big reveals in store.DC FanDome s Hall of Heroes presentations begin at 10:00 am (PT) on Saturday, August 22. Click here for the full schedule.Thumbnail images by DC Entertainment
It’s one of the most iconic video games of all time, and now Mortal Kombat returns with an all-new live-action film featuring many of your favorite characters from the game duking it out in bloody, badass battles. Rotten Tomatoes correspondent Naz Perez caught up with the entire ensemble cast of the highly anticipated action film to talk about bringing these characters to life in the modern era. Among the cast who spoke to us: Joe Taslim (Sub-Zero), Ludi Lin (Liu Kang), Max Huang (Kung Lao), Josh Lawson (Kano), Jessica McNamee (Sonya Blade), Lewis Tan (Cole Young), Mehcad Brooks (Jax), and director Simon McQuoid. From the ancient martial arts that appear in some of the fights to the ways improv was used to balance the drama with some humor, the cast break down just how physically demanding it was to film. Also: Why is there a “K” in the title “Mortal Kombat” instead of a “C”? We asked! Plus: Find out everyone’s favorite character to play in the game! Their answers may surprise you…Mortal Kombat is in theaters and on HBO Max from Friday April 23, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
The summer heat is reaching new heights this month, the coronavirus pandemic continues affecting film and television production around the country, and the selection of returning series to binge is admittedly slim. So we are bringing you something a little different with this month’s guide by including an upcoming streaming film and the star’s previous TV projects you ll want to catch up on. Find our recommendations below for six series to binge in August.The Rain (Netflix)What it is: This post-apocalyptic Danish thriller from creators Jannik Tai Mosholt, Esben Toft Jacobsen, and Christian Potalivo takes place six years after the modern world has succumbed to a fatal virus that’s transmitted through toxic, infected rain. Siblings Simone and Rasmus survived against all odds while holed up in a bunker, and they reenter the world in search of their scientist father to find the rain has killed nearly all signs of human life in their native Scandinavia. They’re soon joined by another young group of survivors who face the world’s devastation and dangers together.Why you should watch it: This slow-burning, character-driven drama has enough sci-fi elements and reality-based thrills to keep any fan of the admittedly well-worn dystopian genre entertained for a quick binge. Season 3 premieres August 6 on Netflix.Where to watch: NetflixCommitment: Approx. 10.5 hours (for the first two seasons)Star Trek: The Next Generation 91% (CBS All Access)What it is: As the Star Trek universe adds a new series with this month’s Star Trek: Lower Decks, we’re recommending you revisit The Next Generation for a summer binge. TNG sets the stage for this animated comedy series’ fantastical world, which follows four “heroes” from the support crew on Starfleet s U.S.S. Cerritos, the fleet’s least important ship. The series also borrows its name from TNG episode, “Lower Decks.” If you want more Star Trek options, check out our list of Star Trek TV Shows Ranked by Tomatometer to find one that s right for you. Why you should watch it: While the new series should be accessible to Trekkies, experts, and newbies alike, a binge of TNG will give you the info you need to ID the Lower Decks’ Easter eggs, share in the Trek humor, and more. Season 1 premieres August 6 on CBS All Access.Where to watch: Amazon, CBS All Access, FandangoNOW, Google Play, Hulu, Microsoft, Netflix, VuduCommitment: Approx. 132 hours (for all seven seasons)Freaks and Geeks 100% (NBC)Undeclared 93% (Fox)What it is: This one is for all the Seth Rogen lovers out there. Today, he is a bankable star thanks to timeless teen and stoner comedy classics like Knocked Up, Superbad, and Pineapple Express — and his latest, An American Pickle, is quite literally timeless due to its time-jumping immigrant premise. But some may forget that he pretty much grew up on our screens at the top of the millennium with Judd Apatow’s short-lived but beloved network comedies, Freaks and Geeks and Undeclared.Why you should watch it: Anyone who’s ever felt like an adrift outsider will likely see themselves in any number of the messy-but-lovable characters across these two series. If you’re looking for a classic binge that’ll remind you just why Rogen is a huge star today, this is a great place to start before An American Pickle premieres on HBO Max on August 6.Where to watch it: A little twist with these titles: They re only available to purchase on DVD, so you re going to have to really commit. Freaks and Geeks and Undeclared are available to order from Amazon.com. (Step 1: Do you even have a DVD player?)Commitment: Approx. 13 hours for Freaks and Geeks and approx. 6.5 hours for Undeclared.Endeavour 88% (PBS)What it is: As a prequel series to the long-running Inspector Morse, this Russell Lewis–created, Shaun Evans–starring series follows our hero Endeavour Morse through his early career as a detective constable through to his promotion as a detective sergeant with the Oxford City Police.Why you should watch it: This lush period drama depicting 1960s-era Oxford and the surrounding area is grounded first and foremost from a charismatic Evans, but its twists and turns also help make the series endlessly watchable for lovers of the PBS Masterpiece cloth. Season 7 premieres August 9 on PBS.Where to watch it: Amazon, FandangoNOW, Google Play, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 40 hours (for the first six seasons)Lucifer 88% (Netflix)What it is: Most people escape their locale to vacation where it’s warm, but where do you vacation when your home is in Hell? Los Angeles, apparently. That’s where our titular antihero Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis) sets his sights, at least, after resigning his post as ruler of the underworld to spice up his life. Once in L.A., he opens up a nightclub and stumbles into becoming a civilian consultant for the LAPD.Why you should watch it: Based on the DC Comics character created by Neil Gaiman, Sam Kieth, and Mike Dringenberg, Lucifer Morningstar is a protagonist like we haven’t seen before. Ruler of Hell, sure, but also charismatic as hell (charming, witty, and handsome), proving himself to be the perfect right-hand man for homicide detective Chloe Decker (Lauren German). (Over the span of the series, their beguiling relationship is one of the reasons to stick around, too.) Lucifer was cancelled by Fox in 2018, but revived by Netflix, which will premiere its fifth season on August 21.Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNOW, Google Play, Hulu, Microsoft, Netflix, VuduCommitment: Approx. 47 hours (for the first four seasons)
Behind the Zero(Photo by Lionsgate)When superstar YouTuber and world-class dumbass Logan Paul stumbled into the international spotlight last year for disrespecting a dead body he found in Japan’s Suicide Forest, adults of the world, for whom the kid-friendly world of YouTube performers like him is like a bizarre, inscrutable foreign language they do not speak, were once again flummoxed.They wondered how a toxic jock like Paul a quintessential Ugly American barely into his 20s and, as his Japanese misadventures proved, not the savviest character could amass a budding entertainment empire with millions of adoring subscribers.As parents of small, YouTube-loving children like myself can wearily attest, however, quality isn’t exactly an important criteria for the six-and-under set when they log on, looking for something to gaze at for a while. It’s usually enough to find something sufficiently broad to appeal to pre-critical minds desperate for loud noises, bright colors, and kinetic movements to fill their sensation-craving heads.(Photo by Lionsgate)This is where YouTube superstar Fred, as played by young actor Lucas Cruikshank, comes in. The astonishing and, sadly, enduring popularity of this character reveals the generational disconnect at the heart of YouTube stardom. To kids, Fred is a digital-age Pied Piper that small children apparently find endlessly amusing. The three-minute video Fred Goes Swimming has been seen over 70 million times. I imagine at least some of those views came from sadists using it as torture to extract information from unwilling sources.To adults, Fred’s nasal, nails-on-a-chalkboard whine is a buzzing, intense, nuclear-power irritant that’s unbearable even in short, manic bursts. Yet someone nevertheless imagined it would be a good idea to extend Fred’s widely and rightfully hated shtick to feature length. Because the small, undiscriminating children who constitute Fred’s disturbingly vast fanbase are not professional film critics, generally, the end result, 2010’s Fred: The Movie, earned the dreaded Zero on Rotten Tomatoes.Here’s a quick tip: as fellow The Zeros entry Garbage Pail Kids: The Movie illustrates all too vividly, if something has to tell you that it’s a movie in its title, it’s probably not much of a movie. Fred: the Movie is no exception, but it’s also a failure and an embarrassment on every other level as well.The Zero(Photo by Lionsgate)The film opens with a flurry of Fred’s patented fourth-wall-breaking, squealing-directly-at-the-audience shenanigans as he introduces us to his world, which is suffused with loneliness and despair at a level seldom seen outside Todd Solondz films. Understandably friendless high schooler Fred spends his days stalking crush Judy (visibly embarrassed British pop star Pixie Lott), getting relentlessly bullied at school, pining for the return of a dad who abandoned him but who appears in fantasies as a muscle-bound, endlessly aggressive John Cena (who seems to be playing himself, although that’s never established explicitly), and doting on a sloppy, alcoholic mother (Saturday Night Live’s Siobhan Fallon) who is perpetually hungover, bleary-eyed, and in need of a nap after another regrettable, drunken one night stand.The film centers on its protagonist s Quixotic attempts to win the heart of his crush by finding a way for them to sing together, a process that mostly involves Fred screaming semi-coherently while talking compulsively to a camera that he rightfully treats as his only friend.Fred: The Movie deviates so dramatically from the template of even the flimsiest, most perfunctory children’s movies that it threatens at times to devolve into an avant-garde stream of consciousness. It doesn’t feel like we’re being entertained by an exuberant, if divisive, goofball. Instead, it feels like we’re being given a window into the tortured psyche and feverish, myopic imagination of someone genuinely unhinged. This isn’t a geek’s fun adventure to track down the girl of his dreams; it s a nervous breakdown in cinematic form, a waking nightmare from which Fred can never escape.Fred seems incapable of processing reality. When Judy and her parents move, he thinks she’s been kidnapped by Asians. When a man talks to him in Spanish, he assumes the stranger is a space alien and that he’s gone insane and is no longer able to understand human language. Every misunderstanding sparks yet another helium-pitched tantrum that’s drawn out sadistically to get this baby just barely to feature length.(Photo by Lionsgate)As played by Cruickshank, Fred’s baseline is screaming, writhing, look-at-me hysteria. There’s no way that could be sustainable over the course of a feature film. It’s not even sustainable over the course of three minutes.Nevertheless, the filmmakers assume audiences won t tire of Fred yelling at the top of his lungs about whatever he’s freaking out about at any given moment. The character’s popularity on YouTube unfortunately backs up that assertion when, in fact, Fred’s obnoxiousness leaves you pining for supporting characters that might provide even the briefest respite from the titular abomination.As if to acknowledge that even Cruickshank himself and the target audience for Fred: The Movie will grow weary of Fred, Cruickshank plays a dual role as a vaguely metal-head burnout named Derf, who’s more appealing and less annoying than Fred pretty much by default. Fred is so insufferable that he not only requires a strong comic foil, but an entire world of characters who are not him, just to be bearable.Fred: The Movie isn’t completely worthless, though. There’s a germ of a good idea in the weird fantasy sequences involving John Cena. It’s the only time the film’s half-assed surrealism and lazy absurdity pays off. The wrestling superstar commits to this silliness, and to incongruous bursts of paternal concern, with a deadpan commitment that foreshadows his unexpected evolution into a sought-after comic actor later in the decade.The movie would be easier to take if it had any underlying sympathy for its protagonist. But it sure feels like the film itself would shove Fred in a locker, give him a wedgie, and subject him to all manner of good-natured and not-so-good-natured bullying if it had an opportunity to. Fred: The Movie is a weirdly sour, misanthropic endeavor that takes unseemly delight in piling one humiliation after another onto its obnoxious protagonist.(Photo by Lionsgate)The movie really hits a nadir when Fred finally makes it to Judy’s party and, after being humiliated by bullies in front of his mocking classmates, proceeds to vomit profusely on Judy’s chest before fleei 目前很多的企业在考虑宣传企业文化及产品都考虑和当下最火热的行业进行联系，于是就有不少的企业看到合作支持代理一些手游，这样的网络营销的方式一提出来就受到了不少的人的关注，一些专业人士也是通过各种数据分析这种营销方式的可行性，而不少的人也是对于这种新的营销方式非常看好。首先可以看到的是，代理手游多少钱这种营销方式背后潜在的巨大的客户群数量。因为中国目前在各种游戏平台中娱乐的网民数量是非常庞大的。所以，每隔一段时间也会有各种各样线上线下的手游的出现。那应该如何获得更多的玩家资源呢？
欧宝体育最新登录 The ninth season of American Horror Story is subtitled 1984 — meaning viewers are in for a mega dose of nostalgia with their scares this year. The campy horror series goes to literal camp this year as the core cast of Ryan Murphy s players gathered at Camp Redwood for a summer of outdoor fun (and, apparently, death).The action begins with a flashback to a 1970 summer camp massacre by the now-incarcerated Mr. Jingles (John Carroll Lynch), then introduces the five Los Angeles youngsters who venture to the great outdoors for their new summer job. Brooke (Emma Roberts) is the last American virgin who decides to join her relatively new friends after being attacked in her apartment by the real-life killer eventually dubbed the Night Stalker. Montana (Billie Lourd) is a sexually charged aerobics obsessive, Ray (DeRon Horton) is the nice guy of the group, Xavier (Cody Fern) is a serious actor uninterested in soap opera gigs, and Chet (Gus Kenworthy) is an athlete recently kicked out of the Olympics. They head to the summer camp led by uber-Christian camp director Margaret (Leslie Grossman), a survivor of the aforementioned massacre, where they meet camp staffers Rita (Angelica Ross), the nurse, and Trevor (Matthew Morrison), an anatomically gifted activities director.Cue slasher movie references galore, plus some more scares for the main cast.See what critics had to say about American Horror Story: 1984: 1984 (2019) 87% below.Blast from the Past(Photo by Kurt Iswarienko/FX)Only one episode into the season, it already looks to be a fun ride because 1984 is the first season since Freak Show to be set in the past. (Yes, Hotel had some other eras popping up, but it was mostly set in the present day.) This year seems like a real treat for campy horror, though, harkening back to not only the original Friday the 13th movies but also the fun knockoffs like Sleepaway Camp and Summer Camp Nightmare. —Andrea Reiher, VarietyThere s 80s Nostalgia Galore(Photo by Kurt Iswarienko/FX)The 80s references come so hard and fast the start of the show almost reads like a sketch sending up 80s nostalgia, from the neon font introducing the cast to “Cruel Summer” playing within the first fifteen minutes. —Molly Horan, AV ClubIt seems very possible that Ryan Murphy appropriated the writing budget for this episode and spent it all on thong leotards, shimmer stockings, and sleeveless polyester turtlenecks — because the story makes no sense, but lord, the cast looks fabulous. —Kat Rosenfield, Entertainment WeeklyIf last season — Apocalypse, if you have already lost track of where we are in the series nine-season run — was the first time I felt like campiness and silliness overrode the core mandate to be freaky and creepy, Wednesday (September 18) night s American Horror Story: 1984 premiere was the first time it seemed like Murphy and Falchuk were engaging in nostalgia for nostalgia s sake. The launch was an hour-ish of the writers and frequent director Bradley Buecker saying, You like Glow? You like Stranger Things? You like the 80s? Remember those summer camp killer movies? Reference! Reference! Reference! —Daniel Fienberg, The Hollywood ReporterAnd Plenty of Horror References(Photo by Kurt Iswarienko/FX)In classic horror fashion, a gas station attendant learns where they re going and warns the group that they re all gonna die. In more classic horror fashion, the gang run down a random hiker. He s still alive, though he can t remember his name. Xavier (who was driving) wants them all to agree they didn t hit him. —David Oliver, USA TodayFriday the 13th is the main reference point here, obviously, but John Carpenter s Halloween creeps in, in a big way, toward the end when Mr. Jingles escapes from his asylum (which almost feels like a Goonies moment). There s even a gender-swapped Dr. Loomis-type, along with a fun cameo by The X-Files Mitch Pileggi, who was killer Horace Pinker in 1989 s Shocker. —Matt Fowler, IGNThe Season Feels Lighter (Photo by Kurt Iswarienko/FX)AHS: 1984’s tone is so much brighter, lighter, and stylized than previous seasons of American Horror Story (God, the opening credits this year are amazingly on point) that this almost feels like a stealth season three of Scream Queens, especially with Emma Roberts leading the pack as Brooke Thompson. Make no mistake, this is a good thing, and at least this first episode embraces that show’s gleeful murder-happy impulses. —Daniel Kurland, Bloody Disgusting But Still Scary(Photo by Kurt Iswarienko/FX)The whole thing opens with our serial killer, Mr. Jingles (John Carroll Lynch), murdering an entire cabin of teenagers — one via knife through the eye — and collecting their ears as trophies, so, uh, no, they aren t messing around with the gore this season. —Maggie Fremont, TVGuide.comWhere’s the Twist?(Photo by Kurt Iswarienko/FX)One of the big elements that makes American Horror Story interesting is that each season tends to contain some kind of major, game-changing twist. Last year in Apocalypse, for example, the show killed off most of the main cast a couple episodes in and transitioned into a crossover between Coven and Murder House. Back in Roanoke, they revealed midway through that we had been watching a reenactment of real events — a show within a show — before those real ghosts started going after the cast and crew of that meta-show. Since it seems like it would be difficult to make a straight homage to ’80s slasher movies last ten episodes, we can’t help but assume that AHS 1984 will feature some kind of similar change-up, but of course it’s hard to guess right now what it might be. But there has to be something, right? —Jennifer Maas and Phil Owen, The WrapThe premiere episode of 1984 has played out exactly like a 1980s slasher film would — it s a perfect homage to the genre — but I m wondering when it s going to go all American Horror Story on us. You know, aliens, the antichrist, that Lady Gaga blood orgy. I m here for the 80s horror of it all, but I can t help but feel like something else is coming. As long as it isn t the clowns. Please, no more clowns. —Maggie Fremont, TVGuide.comFinal Verdict?Thus far, 1984 is pastiche. Like Scream without the analysis, it is obsessed with what made slashers slashers with little more to say at any given moment than, “‘Member that?” Of course, being a TV show that has to air for several weeks and take up about 10 hours of airtime in total, it can’t be as flagrant with its characters’ wellbeing, which means there’s a lot of dead-end suspense when the show manages to be suspenseful at all. It’s fun enough, though, and the VHS-inspired intro is killer —Rich Juzwiak, JezebelThe big question as the pilot closes with the crazed killer having escaped from the asylum, running loose in the rain near a bunch of buzzed camp counselors who really, really want to get into each other’s short shorts isn’t what comes next. Anyone who has seen even a snippet of a classic horror film from the 80s knows what comes next. It’s how what comes next fills another ten or so episodes when it usually only covers the second half of a 90-minute movie. —Molly Horan, AV ClubIn many ways, the premiere’s approach feels like classic AHS—even a return to basics after the bonkers if entertaining spectacle that was AHS Apocalypse. The slasher theme moves the show away from any whiff of topicality, instead fixing its lens on a simpler time, when killers stabbed and their victims ran screaming through the woods. —Laura Bradley, Vanity FairLike this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.