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倩女幽魂护腕石之灵采用百度引擎5(Baidu 5)HBO shares a peek of videogame adaptation The Last of Us. Plus, Game of Thrones prequel announces seven new cast members, Amazon orders The Boys spin-off, a college-set Cruel Intentions series is in the works, and more of the week s top TV and streaming news.TOP STORYThe Last of Us HBO Series First Look May Make You Think You’re Seeing a Videogame Screenshot (Photo by HBO)HBO has released a first look photo from its highly anticipated series adaptation of the Naughty Dog videogame The Last of Us, and it should have fans excited: the shot of Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey as apocalypse survivors and travelling companions Joel and Ellie is so faithful to the look of the characters that it looks like a screengrab from the action-packed game.The photo shows the duo from behind, as they look across a field at a downed airplane.“When I first saw them on set in full costume, I was like: “Hooooooly sh*t! It’s Joel Ellie!” the series writer and director Neil Druckmann tweeted. “The Last of Us is full steam ahead!”While Druckmann, who is also the co-president of Naughty Dog, told IGN earlier this year that the focus for season 1 of the series is to get “the philosophical underpinnings of the story” right, he did promise The Last of Us videogame fans should expect a lot of familiar touches from the game, right down to the dialogue.“Things sometimes stay pretty close,” Druckmann told IGN. “It’s funny to see my dialogue there from the games in HBO scripts. And sometimes they deviate greatly to much better effect, because we are dealing with a different medium.”HBO has not yet released a premiere date for the series.Amazon Orders a College-Set Spin-Off of The Boys(Photo by Jasper Savage/Amazon Studios)Amazon has ordered a spin-off of the superhero drama The Boys. The untitled series will be set at the only college for young superheroes, run by Vought International. Per Amazon’s official description the series will be “an irreverent, R-rated series that explores the lives of hormonal, competitive Supes as they put their physical, sexual, and moral boundaries to the test, competing for the best contracts in the best cities. It’s part college show, part Hunger Games – with all the heart, satire, and raunch of The Boys.” Michele Fazekas and Tara Butters will be the new series’ showrunners.NEW TRAILERS: New Curb Your Enthusiasm Season, Same Old LarryCurb Your Enthusiasm season 11 will find Larry David being Larry David, or at least his “unsparing but tongue-in-cheek depiction of his fictionalized life,” as HBO calls it. “The world has changed. He hasn’t,” the season’s poster reads. Thank goodness for that. The season also stars Jeff Garlin, J.B. Smoove, Susie Essman, Ted Danson, Cheryl Hines, and Richard Lewis. Premieres Oct. 24.More trailers and teasers released this week:• Sexy Beasts season 2 features six new singles looking for love in all the costumed places. Premieres Oct. 7. (Netflix)• Welcome to Earth is a six-part Disney+ and National Geographic co-production that follows Will Smith on an around-the-world adventure to “explore Earth’s greatest wonders and reveal its most hidden secrets.” Darren Aronofsky is the executive producer. Premieres December. (Disney+)• The Girl in the Woods is a supernatural YA series about a door in the woods that leads to a terrifying monster dimension on the other side. Stars Stefanie Scott, Misha Osherovich, Sofia Bryant, Will Yun Lee, Kylie Liya Page, Reed Diamon

1. 倩女幽魂护腕石之灵
erfell" 92% was kept secret right up to the premiere on Sunday night. It s not like that title is a spoiler — we knew from the season 7 finale and from the first trailers that this ride was Next stop: Winterfell. Did anyone really think we were going to sail to White Harbor with the characters and brunch with House Manderly?In any case, the television event hit like a freight train, with each major character’s name trending on Twitter in the U.S. at once.“He’s never been a bastard. He’s the heir to the Iron Throne. He needs to know. We need to tell him.” So said Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead Wright) of his cousin Jon Snow (Kit Harington) at the end of season 7, and we were here for it.But those weren’t the final words of season 7. The final words were: “Run! Run!” Thank  Tormund Giantsbane (Kristofer Hivju) for that keen observation.Rewatching the final scene of the final episode of the season, I looked in the distance of the scene for the Umber family home in a morbid car-wreck-waiting-to-happen sort of way, and thought that after the dead decimate Last Hearth, they will run into the Last River. Since they can t swim, they’ll need to go around it, if the geography of the North in the series stays true to books here.The season 8 premiere settled some of those concerns with the new opening credits showing Last River and including a visit to Last Hearth to bear witness to the carnage.  That moment and more were among the highlights of the episode.Take our poll below to tell us what your favorite moment was. Don t agree with our eight? Tell us in the comments.1. New Opening CreditsWere you paying attention or were you making a cocktail in the kitchen and singing along with the theme song when the opening credits played? They took us inside Winterfell and the Red Keep to their depths. The credits have always been a foreshadowing to one degree or another. The season 8 credits first show the Wall destroyed, then a rolling motion to Last Hearth, a pause in that motion at the river between. The perspective then flows down to Winterfell, a journey down into the depths of the crypt, then an image of the astrolabe with a lion with a fish in its mouth (remembering that Lannisters are the lions, Tullys are the fish, and the only Tully left is Edmure, so what could that mean – Cersei will control Riverrun?), a hung hound (THE Hound?) — or wolf — riddled with arrows, and what looks like the Night King with a wolf’s head and a dagger in his hand (if that’s a metaphor for Arya, I’m out, but maybe it’s literally a wolf, as both Nymeria and Ghost are still somewhere about).Next, to King’s Landing. The Red Keep rises, as we descend into its basements, where Balerion the Black Dread’s huge skull faces down the ballista (or scorpion ) that Cersei shot at it. Up to the throne room, where a lion rises above the Iron Throne, then back to the astrolabe where a four dragons and a shooting star (with what appears to be a dragon’s head) fly over uncertain geography (or are those skinny horses?).The main title is still surrounded by dragon, a lion, a wolf and a stag (with only one antler – Gendry?). The credits then reveal that the episode was written by Dave Hill and directed by David Nutter.2. Battle of the Sass: Sansa vs. Mother of Dragons(Photo by HBO)A collection of moments, really. Whenever Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) was near Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke), they each let the sass fly.Upon first introduction, Daenerys tries flattery on Sansa, who is not having it: “The North is as beautiful as your brother claimed – as are you.”Sansa (eyeballs Daenerys with a tight grin): “Winterfell is yours, Your Grace.”Bran: “We don’t have time for all this.” (Preach, brother!)(Photo by Helen Sloan/HBO)Then, the major characters convene with the North’s bannermen. Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage) attempts to soothe the concerns of Lyanna Mormont (Bella Ramsey) and smooth over tensions in the room, but makes matters worse mentioning how many men and beasts came with Jon and Daenerys.Sansa: “May I ask, how are we meant to feed ‘the greatest army the world has ever seen’? While I assured our stores would last through winter, I did not account for Dothraki, Unsullied, and two full-grown dragons. What do dragons eat, anyway?” she asks the air.Daenerys, staring out into the same air: “Whatever they want.”Jon stares forward as the two women exchange a glance across him.3. Theon Rescues Yara(Photo by Helen Sloan/HBO)Just that. Wasn’t a particularly flashy rescue, but that he was there and killed people to get to her – it means something between siblings. She gives him an affectionate headbutt in thanks. Sometimes just showing up is all that matters.4. Jon Rides Rhaegal(Photo by HBO)Jon accompanies Daenerys (after she notes that his sister doesn’t like her), ostensibly to see what’s wrong with Drogon and Rhaegal, who aren’t eating as much as they should. She climbs up on Drogon and prompts Jon, “Go on,” after Rhaegal noses at him. “I don’t know how to ride a dragon,” he warns. She replies, “Nobody does – until they ride a dragon.” He: “What if he doesn’t want me to?” She: “Then I’ve enjoyed your company, Jon Snow.” He successfully mounts the dragon: “What do I hold onto?” Daenerys: “Whatever you can.” Varys, Tyrion, and Davos’s mouths drop to the ground when they see Jon do a flyby of Winterfell on Rhaegal, who does not make it easy on his rider.We d celebrate the birth of a dragonrider, but remember season 7, episode 6 Beyond the Wall ? The Hound, Berric Dondarrion, Jorah Mormont, and even a wight all rode a dragon before Jon, so there s that.(Photo by HBO)When they land, Jon tells Daenerys, “You’ve completely ruined horses for me.” Drogon growls at Jon when he kisses Daenerys. Despite her encouragement to have no fear, Jon opens an eye to see Drogon staring laser beams at him. We love this relationship already.5. Daenerys Sort of, Kind of Admits to Sam That She Killed His Father and Brother(Photo by Helen Sloan/HBO)Daenerys ventures into the Winterfell library escorted by Ser Jorah to thank Sam for saving her advisor. When he gets to the part where he mentions he’s a Tarly, Daenerys does the right thing and begins telling him that his father wouldn’t bend the knee. Before she can fully confess, Sam guesses the rest, but then stumbles again when she notes that his brother stood with his father.Viewers had to be grateful that Sam is a smart guy and guessed what happened before Daenerys had to get into specifics. It was awkward and really uncomfortable, but a highlight because it had to be done, and she accepted her role and began to confess it as soon as she made the connection.6. Sam, Bran, and Jon in the Winterfell Crypts: “Now’s the Time”(Photo by Helen Sloan/HBO)Coming away from a tragic meeting with Daenerys, Sam runs into Bran sitting in his chair near the Winterfell crypts. Sam’s bummed about his father and brother and doesn’t want to have to tell Jon about his birth parents and that he’s heir to the Iron Throne. “He trusts you more than anyone,” Bran says. “Now’s the time.”Down in the crypts, Sam and Jon have a warm reunion. Sam informs Jon that his new girlfriend executed his father and brother. Then he gets to the real reason we’re gathered here today: “Your mother was Lyanna Stark. And your father – your real father – was Rhaegar Targaryen. You’ve never been a bastard. You’re Aegon Targaryen, true heir to the Iron Throne.” Wow. Let’s take a minute to let that settle in. “You’re the true king: Aegon Targaryen, Sixth of His Name, Protector of the Realm. All of it.”Excellent. But what s he going to do with that information?7. The Fate of the Umbers(Photo by HBO)A group of men march toward a snowy building. It’s Last Hearth, the Umbers’ castle. We see Tormund, Berric, and a small group of what must be Night’s Watch survivors from Eastwatch-by-the-Sea. It’s a slaughter in the central hall. They meet up with Edd Tollett and more Night’s Watch men. They go to a hall where the Night King has mounted young Lord Umber on the wall in the center of a swirl of human limbs. Stay classy, Night King!“It’s a message from the Night King,” Berric says. They propose heading down to Winterfell by doubling up on horses, which sounds like a terrible idea from the horses’ perspective. Just then, the Umber boy wights alive, screaming, and Berric sets him on fire with his flaming sword–torch combo. If someone in the scene has alcohol, now s the time to pass it around.8. Bran Stares Down Jaime Lannister(Photo by HBO)That look. Jaime looked like he d never faced a more fearsome foe. The reason it was so meaningful had more to do with what it promised for episode 2, than just the weight it carried as the attempted murderer faced his would-be victim.How Bran ended his staredown of Jamie approximately 2 hours after #GameofThrones ended. #focused pic.twitter.com/4tX4nFeThd Ava DuVernay (@ava) April 15, 2019And More (Photo by Helen Sloan/HBO)Some other stand-out moments: Tyrion’s reunion with Sansa, who promptly questions his smarts; Qyburn approaches Bronn to kill Jaime and Tyrion; Cersei awards Euron his prize, and he offers to put a prince in her belly; Arya’s exchanges with Jon and The Hound; and Arya flirting — flirting — with Gendry.Jon and Arya’s reunion is everything I needed to see today! #GameofThrones pic.twitter.com/cMlGfTOMeO Mimi △̶ (@Mimi_princess7) April 15, 2019Game of Thrones airs Sundays at 9 p.m. on HBOLike this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week. 自正式对外公布以来,网易旗下的《星战前夜:无烬星河》手游,就以其宏大的宇宙背景,继承自端游《星战前夜:晨曦》的丰富玩法以及出众体验,而被一众端游玩家以及太空题材游戏爱好者所认可。
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2. 公平游戏环境
Barely one month after announcing the project, Beyoncé has dropped her latest visual album, titled Black Is King, on the streaming service Disney+. The surprise new release stems from her involvement with last year’s live-action reimagining of The Lion King and is a complimentary work to her 2019 record The Lion King: The Gift. The first reviews of the musical film, which wasn’t screened early for critics, are unanimously positive, recognizing its visual craftsmanship, timeliness, and how it progresses both its material and Beyoncé s own career as an artist.Here’s what critics are saying about Beyoncé s Black Is King:How does this project fit into Beyoncé’s artistic reign?Beyoncé, the master of the visual album, just keeps getting better with each release.  Giselle Au-Nhien Nguyen, Sydney Morning HeraldThe greatest success of Black Is King, with all its ambitions, purposeful revelations and nods by Beyoncé, may be the conformation of its creator and star as the cultural Queen of our time.  Dominic Patten, Deadline[It] is a particularly genius sleight of hand only she could pull off.  Jude Dry, IndieWireIt’s a remarkable addition to the pop world and tribute to her artistry.  Anne Brodie, What She SaidThe product feels like a natural progression in her evolution as an artist… and truly, the outfits are just fabulous — possibly her best to date.  Anna Menta, DeciderBlack Is King doesn’t exactly stand with the best of her previous work — it’s a pleasure but not a landmark — but the Queen Bey goes through it with her head up and her crown intact.  Steve Pond, The Wrap(Photo by Disney+)Is it only for Beyoncé fans?With appearances from Jay-Z, Kelly Rowland, Pharrell and Naomi Campbell, this star-studded film has something for everyone. Chanté Joseph, GuardianThe Queen Bey orchestrated visual album is… well, rather excellent and exciting on various fronts. Dominic Patten, DeadlineHow does it honor the legacy of The Lion King?It bears little resemblance to the Disney film. Anna Menta, DeciderBeyoncé, who lent her voice to Nala in said remake, is here to offer a corrective… a bold and unique offering that’s brimming with Black pride. Amon Warmann, Empire MagazineThe Lion King always was and should have been an African-told story. And while Beyoncé’s lens is certainly an American one, her inclusion of Nigerian, Ghanaian, and Cameroonian collaborators drives home this necessity. Jude Dry, IndieWireThe ties to The Lion King occasionally ground the story in that familiar coming-of-age story, but they just as often feel beside the point. Steve Pond, The WrapThough some sections incorporating dialogue feel a little clunky, the parallel generally works well. Giselle Au-Nhien Nguyen, Sydney Morning HeraldIf the public is tiring of Disney doggedly remaking all of its old animations in live action format, finally some original content is coming out of the project as well. David Smyth, London Evening Standard(Photo by Disney+)What else is Black Is King reminiscent of?Similar in stature and design to Michael Jackson’s Moonwalker film from 1988, Black Is King is clearly structured to be an event release in this time of essentially endless options. Dominic Patten, DeadlineAt times, it feels like Terence Malick’s Tree of Life meets Ryan Coogler’s Black Panther. Jeremy Helligar, VarietyHow are the visuals of this visual album?Black Is King is a visual masterpiece. It’s almost overwhelming. Anna Menta, DeciderIf there is one thing to be said about Black Is King, it’s that it is visually stunning — from beginning to end. The whole thing. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyEach scene somehow more spectacular than its predecessor, Black Is King is a feast for the eyes. Amon Warmann, Empire MagazineIt’s a sumptuous visual feast, from detailed costuming to choreography. Giselle Au-Nhien Nguyen, Sydney Morning HeraldBlack Is King is a visual feast; it provides several slow-panning scenes of stillness where we absorb the striking beauty and duality of bright colors against deep brown tones. Chanté Joseph, GuardianThis visual feast… finds its moments of glory in the strength of its images, which are more arresting than the story or the subtext. Steve Pond, The Wrap(Photo by Disney+)Who else deserves recognition for the artistry on display?Beyoncé’s fashion is next-level throughout Black Is King… Shout-out to costume designer Zerina Akers for making Bey look fierce, flawless and Afro-fabulous. Chuck Arnold, New York PostEvery single outfit that Beyoncé wears is just absolutely beautiful. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyThe real star of the visual film, however, is the raw, untapped talent from performers around the world showcasing their rich tradition and culture, history and lineage. Cydney Henderson, USA TodayWhat’s the best musical number?When supermodel Naomi Campbell, Oscar winner Lupita Nyong’o, and Beyoncé’s fellow former Destiny’s Child Kelly Rowland pop up during Brown Skin Girl, a tribute to Black women, it feels transcendent. Jeremy Helligar, Variety Brown Skin Girl is especially moving, showing Beyoncé, Rowland and Blue Ivy together in a strong visual affirmation of generational black womanhood. Giselle Au-Nhien Nguyen, Sydney Morning HeraldWill Black Is King move you?I’ll admit, I got emotional when Beyoncé and former Destiny Child’s member Kelly Rowland were singing praises to each other. Anna Menta, DeciderIt is impossible to watch the emotive story unfold, accompanied by Warsan Shire’s poetry, Yrsa Daley-Ward’s writing and warm images of west Africa, without feeling emotional. Chanté Joseph, Guardian(Photo by Disney+)Are there any imperfections?The uneven music of the original soundtrack, though enhanced by the visual accompaniment, can still be hit or miss. Jeremy Helligar, VarietyThere is one part that I would totally skip if I were to watch it again. The celestial stuff… For me, it felt a little weird and out of place. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyIt’s mildly disappointing that more inspiration isn’t drawn from East Africa given that’s where The Lion King is set. Amon Warmann, Empire MagazineHow important is Black Is King to young Black people in particular?Black Is King, if nothing else, will perhaps inspire them to learn about the history of their race and the ways in which it has shaped the world. Jeremy Helligar, VarietyThere’s an urgency in the way that Beyoncé is addressing the black kings, as if she feels like she’s running out of time. Anna Menta, DeciderBlack Is King is both her gift and her hope for humanity. Jude Dry, IndieWireRyan FujitaniIs this another masterpiece for our time?Black Is King [is] vital to the current conversation in a way that no one could have foreseen, but is most welcome. Amon Warmann, Empire MagazineHer visual album has taken on new meaning following the reemergence of the Black Lives Matter movement and the fight against police brutality and racism. Cydney Henderson, USA TodayWith the resurgence of the Black Lives Matter movement this year, Black Is King is a timely, powerful declaration of pride. Giselle Au-Nhien Nguyen, Sydney Morning HeraldWith this vivid celebration, she goes way beyond saying Black Lives Matter to showing the dazzling inspiration of her ancestry. David Smyth, London Evening StandardThe film is being released at a time when Disney is coming to terms with some of its own racist past. Steve Pond, The WrapWhat the world needs now is love, sweet, love, and this colorful reminder of the power and glory of Black, here in America but even more so in Africa. Jeremy Helligar, VarietyBlack Is King premieres on Disney+ on Friday, July 31.倩女幽魂护腕石之灵这对一款手游来说,绝对是不常见的事情。毕竟如今手游种类繁多,玩家有着太多的选择,想要出现测试激活码被抢的场面,游戏没有点拿得出手的东西,那是绝对不行的。

3. 激战团竞模式
《传送门骑士》是一款玩法出色的开放世界沙盒手游,游戏有着超高的自由度,而且该游戏还存在着职业等设定,有战士、弓箭手、法师等等,融入了RPG元素。玩家们既可以在这个世界采集资源造房子生存,又能强化武器和职业挑战BOSS,能感受不一样的乐趣。

4. 呼朋唤友 随心所欲
We’re reaching the dog days of summer, people! Sometimes, you’ve just gotta post up in front of the air conditioner between trips to the beach and enjoy a nice TV binge. That’s where we come in. With several returning sophomore series and two long-running favorites bidding adieu, there’s plenty to keep you busy this August. Catch it all below.Dear White People 95% (Netflix)What it is: Based on writer-director Justin Simien’s 2014 film of the same name, Dear White People takes place on a predominantly white Ivy League college campus and, through the perspective of several different African-American characters, explores and satirizes the racial tensions, microaggressions, and social injustices experienced while there.Why you should watch it:  As funny as it is revealing, this ensemble piece for Netflix fearlessly goes where other network and primetime programs don’t dare to, not just representing the current social and political climate, but crystallizing lasting truths within it. Airtight scripts and a bevy of standout performances make the upcoming third season a must-watch for fans new and old. Season 3 premieres in full Aug. 2 on Netflix.Where to watch it: NetflixCommitment: Approx. 10 hours (for the first two seasons)Preacher 87% (AMC)What it is: Sam Catlin, Evan Goldberg, and Seth Rogen teamed up back in 2016 to adapt Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon’s cult comic book about a preacher named Jesse Custer (Dominic Cooper) who’s on a violently allegorical quest to “find God” — plus vampires, exploding holy men, extraterrestrial entities, and gun-slinging exes (played by Ruth Negga, no less). The series, now entering its fourth and final season on AMC, has reached comparable cult status.Why you should watch it: If the above soundbite wasn’t at least enticing, this series is probably not for you. But if your interest is piqued, Preacher is sheer perfection. Unapologetically bloody, brazen, and bad to the bone, this series came at the height of peak genre TV and to this day runs with the best of them. Season 4 premieres Aug. 4 on AMC.Where to watch it: Amazon, FandangoNOW, Google Play, Hulu, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 25 hours (for the first three seasons)GLOW 92% (Netflix)What it is: From creators Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch, GLOW (taken from the real-life ’80s entertainment series, Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling), follows a pair of down-and-out actresses who unwittingly find themselves cast in a televised women’s wrestling league. Following both their personal and professional lives, the dramedy centers on Ruth Wilder (Alison Brie), Debbie Eagan (Betty Gilpin), and the man who runs the league, Sam Sylvia (Marc Maron).Why you should watch it: On paper, GLOW sounds like the kind of series that’s just so crazy it might work. Then again, it is from producer Jenji Kohan (Weeds, Orange Is the New Black), so it boasts a creative team that has a track record of doing just that. Utterly unique in the world of the half-hour dramedy, this standout series is lead by a stellar cast of kickass ladies (and even more behind the camera). Season 3 premieres in full Aug. 9 on Netflix.Where to watch it: NetflixCommitment: Approx. 10 hours (for the first two seasons)RELATED: Video: GLOW Stars Alison Brie, Marc Maron, and Betty Gilpin Play ‘Wrestler or Rapper’ Succession 94% (HBO)What it is: Succession is all about what happens when powerful people behave badly and — sometimes — are faced with consequences. Charting one media mogul family’s changing of the guard (with back-stabbing, side-dealing, and bribing a-plenty), the series, from creator Jesse Armstrong, stars Jeremy Strong, Kieran Culkin, Sarah Snook, Natalie Gold, and Emmy winner Brian Cox as the central Roy family patriarch.Why you should watch it: If HBO viewers love two things, it’s watching disparate characters fighting for a throne (hello, Game of Thrones) and extreme, dramatic family discord (Six Feet Under, The Sopranos, Big Love need we go on?). Fortunately, the power-hungry media family of Succession has both in spades, and it boasts top-tier performances to match. Why else would it be recognized with a fistful of 2019 Emmy nominations, including best drama series? Catch up before season 2 premieres Aug. 11 on HBO.Where to watch it: Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, HBO Now, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 10 hours (for the first season)Lodge 49 93% (AMC)What it is: Set in the sun-drenched but dry-spelled locale of Long Beach, California, creator Jim Gavin’s Lodge 49 follows ex-surfer and current burnout Dud Dudley (Wyatt Russell, son of Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn) as he tries to get his life back together by going with the flow — a fate that brings him to the adrift, philosophically-minded community of Lodge 49. Why you should watch it: What an odd little series Lodge 49 is, but if you stick with it, the magic that’s at play slowly comes to the fore and makes the experience all the more worthwhile. To say much more of the fate that’s in store for viewers of this wholly-original hour-long comedy is to do a disservice to its long-view intention, but you won’t be sorry for following Russell’s “The Dude”–esque hero to the titular lodge’s doorstep. Season 2 premieres Aug. 12 on AMC.Where to watch it: Amazon, Google Play, Hulu, MicrosoftCommitment: Approx. 7.5 hours (for the first season)The Terror 87% (AMC)What it is: Based on Dan Simmons’ 2007 novel of the same name, The Terror is a horror anthology series from creators David Kajganich, Max Borenstein, and Alexander Woo. Season 1 takes the real-world tragedy of the 1845 disappearance and ultimate mass death aboard two British expedition ships and fictionalizes it as a tale of monsters and survival.Why you should watch it: While it’s an anthology series, you’d be remiss to skip out on The Terror’s first season before tuning into round 2: The Terror: Infamy. Creatively suspenseful, tragic, and altogether horrifying, it’s a 10-episode order that fans of the genre will love. Season 2 premieres Aug. 12 on AMC. Where to watch it: Amazon, Google Play, Hulu, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 8 hours (for the first season)RELATED: The Terror Truths Revealed in a Gruesome Finale and Insights from the Horror Series’ Showrunners Sacred Games 76% (Netflix)What it is: Netflix’s first original series made in India is a doozy of a police thriller. Based on Vikram Chandra s 2006 novel of the same name, Sacred Games follows Sartaj Singh of the Mumbai police as he battles personal demons and dives head-first into the city’s dark underbelly of crime and corruption in an effort to save it.Why you should watch it: The series begins with an anonymous call to Sartaj claiming that a looming disaster will wipe out Mumbai’s population in 25 days. Sacred Games’ race-against-the-clock premise does wonders here, keeping viewers on the edge of their seats and eager for more. Season 2 premieres in full Aug. 15 on Netflix.Where to watch it: NetflixCommitment: Approx. 6.5 hours (for the first season)Mindhunter 97% (Netflix)What it is: Mindhunter follows FBI agents Holden Ford and Bill Tench — co-founders, along with psychologist Wendy Carr, of the Bureau s Behavioral Science Unit — as they interview imprisoned serial killers in hopes of understanding patterns of behavior and solving open murder cases in 1977.Why you should watch it: Ripped from the pages of Mindhunter: Inside the FBI s Elite Serial Crime Unit by John E. Douglas and Mark Olshaker, Joe Penhall’s twisty series from executive producers David Fincher and Charlize Theron will keep you guessing to the very end — which is exactly why it became a bit of a phenomenon at the time of its 2017 premiere. Now, two years later, an excellent Jonathan Groff returns as Agent Ford to tackle one of the best-known killers of our time: Charles Manson. Season 2 premieres in full Aug. 16 on Netflix.Where to watch it: NetflixCommitment: Approx. 8 hours (for the first season)RELATED: Mindhunter Stars on Diving Too Deep Into Serial Killer Psychology, Hopes for Season 2 The Affair 86% (Showtime)What it is: As the old adage goes, love is a battlefield, and with The Affair, we’re here to witness some emotional warfare. The titular indiscretion comes about when Alison and Noah meet on Long Island, consummate their desires, and in turn destroy their respective marriages to Cole and Helen, respectively. The Affair is told through the four main players’ rotating perspectives.Why you should watch it: The Golden Globes love to honor a rookie series, but it’s not for nothing that The Affair swept the ceremony after its first season by winning best drama series and best lead actress for Ruth Wilson. Maura Tierney then went on to win for her supporting turn the following year. Male leads Dominic West and Joshua Jackson, though lacking trophies for their roles, are also stellar. Dense and emotionally trying as it may be, they each play characters that you’ll feel for as the dissipation of their happiness and potential reconciliation plays out each week. As the seasons progress, The Affair ups its drama and stakes until what is sure to be a blistering finale. Its fifth and final season premieres Aug. 25 on Showtime.Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNOW, Google Play, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 40 hours (for the first four seasons)Power 81% (Starz)What it is: From creator Courtney Kemp Agboh and starring Omari Hardwick as main anti-hero James St. Patrick, Power charts James’ life as he runs a popular nightclub in New York City while moonlighting as an underground drug kingpin. How he keeps it all together while leading a double life is just the tip of the iceberg of this series’ juicy, dramatic hit.Why you should watch it: Over the course of its five seasons, this gritty crime drama has succeeded with a formidable ensemble cast, providing criminally compelling and gloriously soapy performances. Its sixth and final season, which will be split into two halves between 2019 and and 2020, premieres Aug. 25 on Starz.Where to watch it: Amazon, FandangoNOW, Google Play, Hulu, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: About 50 hours (for the five seasons)Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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3.95.4 9月喜迎HBO shares a peek of videogame adaptation The Last of Us. Plus, Game of Thrones prequel announces seven new cast members, Amazon orders The Boys spin-off, a college-set Cruel Intentions series is in the works, and more of the week s top TV and streaming news.TOP STORYThe Last of Us HBO Series First Look May Make You Think You’re Seeing a Videogame Screenshot (Photo by HBO)HBO has released a first look photo from its highly anticipated series adaptation of the Naughty Dog videogame The Last of Us, and it should have fans excited: the shot of Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey as apocalypse survivors and travelling companions Joel and Ellie is so faithful to the look of the characters that it looks like a screengrab from the action-packed game.The photo shows the duo from behind, as they look across a field at a downed airplane.“When I first saw them on set in full costume, I was like: “Hooooooly sh*t! It’s Joel Ellie!” the series writer and director Neil Druckmann tweeted. “The Last of Us is full steam ahead!”While Druckmann, who is also the co-president of Naughty Dog, told IGN earlier this year that the focus for season 1 of the series is to get “the philosophical underpinnings of the story” right, he did promise The Last of Us videogame fans should expect a lot of familiar touches from the game, right down to the dialogue.“Things sometimes stay pretty close,” Druckmann told IGN. “It’s funny to see my dialogue there from the games in HBO scripts. And sometimes they deviate greatly to much better effect, because we are dealing with a different medium.”HBO has not yet released a premiere date for the series.Amazon Orders a College-Set Spin-Off of The Boys(Photo by Jasper Savage/Amazon Studios)Amazon has ordered a spin-off of the superhero drama The Boys. The untitled series will be set at the only college for young superheroes, run by Vought International. Per Amazon’s official description the series will be “an irreverent, R-rated series that explores the lives of hormonal, competitive Supes as they put their physical, sexual, and moral boundaries to the test, competing for the best contracts in the best cities. It’s part college show, part Hunger Games – with all the heart, satire, and raunch of The Boys.” Michele Fazekas and Tara Butters will be the new series’ showrunners.NEW TRAILERS: New Curb Your Enthusiasm Season, Same Old LarryCurb Your Enthusiasm season 11 will find Larry David being Larry David, or at least his “unsparing but tongue-in-cheek depiction of his fictionalized life,” as HBO calls it. “The world has changed. He hasn’t,” the season’s poster reads. Thank goodness for that. The season also stars Jeff Garlin, J.B. Smoove, Susie Essman, Ted Danson, Cheryl Hines, and Richard Lewis. Premieres Oct. 24.More trailers and teasers released this week:• Sexy Beasts season 2 features six new singles looking for love in all the costumed places. Premieres Oct. 7. (Netflix)• Welcome to Earth is a six-part Disney+ and National Geographic co-production that follows Will Smith on an around-the-world adventure to “explore Earth’s greatest wonders and reveal its most hidden secrets.” Darren Aronofsky is the executive producer. Premieres December. (Disney+)• The Girl in the Woods is a supernatural YA series about a door in the woods that leads to a terrifying monster dimension on the other side. Stars Stefanie Scott, Misha Osherovich, Sofia Bryant, Will Yun Lee, Kylie Liya Page, Reed Diamon
作为MOBA类游戏的佼佼者,LOL手游自从开启之后,就成为了热议游戏话题之一,由于同类竞品的缘故,更是多次登上热搜。由于游戏题材的原因,不少王者玩家也纷纷前来一探究竟,而他们又将会遇到怎样的经历呢?
《魔域手游》由网龙自主研发,是一款完美延续了《魔域》系列经典元素的可自由交易的无限制PK手游。游戏在保持“魔域”特色的同时,新增了多个深受《魔域》玩家好评的玩法。画面全面升级,系统全面革新。千人同屏团战,让玩家与兄弟们勇往直前;世界BOSS、单人副本等玩法,让玩家挑战不停,乐趣不停。同时,游戏更拥有千变万化的幻兽系统,一人多宠,战力飙升。

(Photo by TNT)On May 17, Bong Joon-ho’s Snowpiercer will become a TNT television series starring Jennifer Connelly and Daveed Diggs. It’s not the first property to jump from the big screen to the small one (it was technically a French graphic novel first), and it certainly won’t be the last. For decades now, television producers have been going to the movies and asking themselves if they could make what they’re watching work in an episodic format. Who needs writers to come up with ideas when the movies can do it for yo
The first reviews are in for DC s Shazam! and Fresh is the magic word – very Fresh, in fact. The story of Billy Batson s (Asher Angel) discovery of his inner superhero – which critics are calling the lightest, most fun, and most kid-friendly of the DCEU offerings so far – is currently sitting at 94% on the Tomatometer with 47 reviews counted [as of Sunday, March 24, 10am PT]. Early reviews are praising director David F. Sandberg and writer Henry Gayden for creating a superhero flick that is giving off warm and fuzzy Amblin vibes while still providing the thrills that DC fans demand (and some genuinely dark thrills, thanks to Sandberg s background in horror – he directed Lights Out and Annabelle: Creation). What are they saying about Zachary Levi as the titular hero, Mark Strong as his nemesis, and whether this might be the best DCEU movie yet? Read on to find out.LET S GET TO IT: IS SHAZAM! AS GOOD AS WE THOUGHT IT WAS GOING TO BE?Holy superhero fatigue, Batman, Shazam! is actually good.  Lindsey Bahr, Associated Press Why couldn t that movie have been more fun? You might have said that about some past superhero movies that have hit theaters. But you won t be saying it about Shazam!  Jason Guerrasion, Business InsiderWarm, witty, and bursting at the seams with great characters, Shazam! is easily one of the most fun superhero movies ever made; even after the euphoric Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, that’s still a low bar to clear, but it’s worth celebrating all the same. David Ehrlich, IndieWireHow does it compare to other DC movies?Written by Henry Gayden and directed by Annabelle: Creation’s David F. Sandberg, Shazam! is a lot jokier and zippier than the spandex tentpoles we’ve come to expect from DC’s often-lugubrious stable of cinematic superheroes  Chris Nashawaty, Entertainment WeeklyShazam! is a welcome antidote to the usual brooding DC fare, an upbeat superhero movie that feels young at heart.  Rafer Guzman, NewsdayIf the Wonder Woman and Aquaman movies represented DC Comics’ first big-screen steps away from the austere color palette of the Zach Snyder movies, Shazam! takes us deeply into primary colors in a single bound.  Alfonso Duralde, The WrapShazam has less in common with the grim, grisly world of Batman v Superman and the indulgent marine opera Aquaman, sharing more with the likes of Harry Potter and a certain teenage superhero from a rival comic book company.  Alex Abad-Santos, VoxBut It Sill Exists in the DCEU, RIGHT?Shazam! doesn’t waste a second letting you know this story takes place in the same world where Zod once brought a war to metropolis, Batman protects the nights of Gotham or even Aquaman rules the seas. Superman is chief among them, with name drops practically every few minutes. Sheraz Farooqi, ComicBook DebateIt s different and lighter in tone, but how? there’s a great, grinning tradition of demigod-in-spandex movies that don’t take themselves seriously. But maybe the reason Shazam!, in its fluffy-tasty origin-story way, feels like a perfectly timed tonic is that the universe of comic-book movies — not just the Marvel Cinematic Universe, or the DC Extended Universe (of which this is technically a part), but the whole omnivorous universe of big-budget comic-book films that is now threatening to eat cinema, if not our souls — has grown so top-heavy with its own fateful importance.  Owen Glieberman, VarietyFor large parts of the movie, Shazam unfurls like a holiday movie spin on the genre. And in embracing earnest glee and heartfelt tenderness, Shazam allows us to fully appreciate the magical excitement and wonder that superheroes can supply.  Alex Abad-Santos, Vox[Director David F.] Sandberg has compared the movie to the teen-friendly Amblin Entertainment movies of the 1980s (E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, The Goonies, Back to the Future) — the production company created by Steven Spielberg, Kathleen Kennedy, and Frank Marshall — and there s a lot of truth to that.  Jason Guerrasion, Business InsiderOK, so it’s basically Big with superheroes and villains instead of businesspeople and girlfriends, but director David F. Sandberg has infused his film with so much heart and charm that it hardly matters.  Lindsey Bahr, Associated Press(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)How is Zachary Levi as the DCEU s Newest hero?[Levi] plays the title character with an infectiously naïve, gee-whiz charisma that calls to mind Tom Hanks in Big more than anything…. Whenever Levi is on screen, wowed by his new grown-up physique (his muscles seem to have muscles) and shocked by his newly discovered powers (living lightning zaps from his fingertips), the movie soars.  Chris Nashawaty, Entertainment WeeklyLevi’s body language is constantly inventive, as he plays a tween who still isn’t used to a grown man’s body, let alone a superhero’s.  Alfonso Duralde, The WrapBut the cheeky, balsa-wood trick of Levi’s performance is that he’s not making fun — he’s totally sincere. It’s just that he’s playing a superhero with a major case of imposter syndrome.  Owen Glieberman, Variety for a guy not named Chris, he makes a pitch-perfect do-gooder. There’s a youthful wonder and innocence he captures as the Frito-chomping man-child hero, and he has all of the facial expressions and flossing skills (the dancing kind rather than the dental) to convey the pure excitement of a boy learning he can pretty much do anything.  Brian Truitt, USA TodayIt’s unfortunate that Levi plays Shazam even younger than Angel plays Billy, and without even a sniff of empty stoicism — it often feels like Levi isn’t possessed by a teenager so much as he’s performing at a child’s birthday party — but overemphasizing the concept of their shared character has its perks.  David Ehrlich, IndieWire
(Photo by Andrew Cooper / © Columbia Pictures )The nominations for the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards were announced this Wednesday, and with them, awards season is coming into sharper focus.Once America Ferrera and Danai Gurira read the full list, the big winners on the film side were Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, Bombshell, and The Irishman, with four nominations each. Bombshell pulled off a particular feat, with each of its main three stars – Charlize Theron, Margot Robbie, and Nicole Kidman – nominated; The Irishman was not able to pull off the same trifecta, with Robert De Niro snubbed, as he was in the Golden Globe nominations, while Al Pacino and Joe Pesci earned nods for their supporting roles. (De Niro can content himself with being selected for the Lifetime Achievement Award.)Also notable on the film side: the lack of nominations for indie films. While Parasite became only the second foreign-language film to earn a nomination for its ensemble in the Outstanding Cast category, movies like Uncut Gems and The Farewell were ignored, with Adam Sandler and Awkwafina particularly conspicuous absences. Also surprising: Zero love for heavily favored awards contenders 1917 and Little Women, the latter of which was expected to put a dent in the lead and supporting actress categories.Reason to be nervous for some? Perhaps. The Screen Actors Guild represents a large chunk of the body that votes for the Academy Awards. But, as we saw last year when Regina King missed a SAG nom but went on to win an Oscar, the SAG awards are not always an essential stepping stone to Oscar glory.On the TV side, Game of Thrones is getting more love from the Screen Actors Guild than it did from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, nabbing noms for ensemble, stunt work, and for Peter Dinklage. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel received the most nominations, with four, while The Morning Show showed itself to be an awards player, picking up noms for Jennifer Aniston, Billy Crudup, and Steve Carrell.The winners will be revealed in a ceremony airing live on TNT and TBS, Sunday, January 19, 2020 at 8 p.m. Eastern/5 p.m. Pacific. Read on for the full list of nominees.Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role in a Motion Picture
Ants typically don’t live long enough to turn 20, but A Bug’s Life has reached that two-decade mark. Pixar’s second movie came out in theaters way back in November of 1998, when it premiered on November 14 before opening in limited release on the 20th and expanding everywhere on November 25. Though a success at the time, A Bug’s Life is one of the more forgotten Pixar movies these days. Sure, it doesn’t get flack the way the much-maligned Cars franchise does, but it rarely places highly on any of those “Every Pixar Movie, Ranked” lists that populate the web. Pixar itself appears to have forgotten A Bug’s Life as well, in a way: It’s the only one of the studio’s first six films that hasn’t gotten a sequel (the seventh, if you count Toy Story 2). Not everything needs a sequel, but it’s perhaps telling that the studio hasn’t returned to the story of Flik and his friends.That’s a shame in a lot of ways. Though A Bug’s Life doesn’t reach the soaring visual and emotional heights of later films like Wall-E, Inside Out, and Coco, it’s still a remarkable success — just on smaller terms, as is fitting for a movie about bugs.The Antz Rivalry(Photo by Walt Disney Studios, DreamWorks)To fully appreciate A Bug’s Life, one must travel back to 1998, when moviegoers who wanted to see a computer-animated movie about an ant who was an individualist with big, unappreciated ideas had two choices as the box office. There was A Bug’s Life, and there was DreamWorks’ Antz, a bizarre parable about Marxism starring Woody Allen. That the movies were so similar was not a coincidence, at least not according to Pixar’s brass at the time, who claimed that DreamWorks’ Jeffrey Katzenberg, a former Disney chairman, stole the idea and rushed the movie to theaters before A Bug’s Life. Both were pretty well-received Certified Fresh at 94%, Antz actually ranks a little higher on the Tomatometer than A Bug’s Life s also Certified Fresh 92%, even if the audience score for the latter easily tops the former s  and we can look back at the two movies now with bemusement. Still, consider how wild and telling it is that A Bug’s Life was a big enough deal from the start that it prompted some alleged corporate espionage. That’s the sign of an important movie, if there ever was one.The Cast Is Full of Unexpected Greats(Photo by Buena Vista Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)A Bug’s Life has a secretly stacked cast, full of actors who were definitely not cast because they were “popular with the youths,” but because they were talented. Phyllis Diller, whose iconic cackle was probably familiar to anybody who grew up with the pioneering female comedian in the ‘60s, makes a real character out of the Queen. Mel Brooks mainstay Madeline Kahn, who would die too soon a little more than a year after the film’s premiere, plays Gypsy, while Roddy McDowall, a character actor perhaps best known for his role as Caesar in Planet of the Apes, played a thespian ant. These are all great actors, but perhaps not the most obvious choices for an up-and-coming animation studio in the ‘90s. That they were cast in the movie is another early hint of Pixar’s willingness to do the unexpected.Other members of the cast were perhaps a little less out of left field, but actors like Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Princess Atta), Denis Leary (Francis), David Hyde Piece (Slim), and Brad Garrett (Dim), and Richard Kind (Molt) are all inspired casting choices, not to mention Dave Foley in the lead as Flik. It’s nearly impossible to talk about Kevin Spacey with any sort of reverence these days, and for good reason, but as Hopper, he voices one of the more chilling villains that Disney — let alone Pixar — has ever dreamed up.Its Plot was Epic, Yet Focused(Photo by Buena Vista Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)A Bug’s Life is, essentially, a kid-friendly rendition of Akira Kurosawa s Seven Samurai. The grasshoppers, led by Hopper, have been oppressing the ants for too long, and when their greed and cruelty reaches new levels, the ants must fight back. Sure, the fight is less of a Lord of the Rings-style clash between giant armies and more of a Trojan Horse gambit in the form of a wooden bird, but A Bug’s Life has a pretty epic plot nonetheless. And yet, the storytelling economy is on point. In a filmmaker’s roundtable video that Disney/Pixar produced, the directors and producers recall how the script went through multiple iterations as they figured out what had to work in order to make the story flow.The first big breakthrough came when they recast the lazy grasshopper from the Aesop’s Fable as a greedy tyrant. From there, it was all about making sure that every character had a personal stake in the fighting. Early drafts had a main character who was not from the colony, or circus performers who were initially scammers before deciding to switch sides, but those ideas wouldn’t have worked. By directly tying the conflict to each character in an emotionally resonant way, A Bug’s Life managed to have a large-scale war story with a highly focused s
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For the next two weeks, journalists from all over the U.S. are gathered in Los Angeles for the Television Critics Association winter press tour, where TV networks and streaming companies will introduce their newest series and announce exciting news about upcoming shows. Today s edition of TV Talk includes a major horror TV development, plus intel on NBC Universal series Project Runway, Suits spin-off Pearson, and sitcom Abby s.TOP STORYHorror Movie Icon Chucky Is Headed to TV(Photo by Universal)Horror television is about to get a little more adorable (and a whole lot more terrifying): Syfy announced Tuesday that it is developing a TV series centering around Chucky, the red-headed, freckle-faced doll that just so happens to be possessed by a serial killer. The Child’s Play character, who has been the star of seven different slasher films, as well as an upcoming reboot, will be brought to the small screen by original creator Don Mancini, producer David Kirschner, and Channel Zero creator Nick Antosca.“The show will be a fresh take on the franchise, allowing us to explore Chucky s character with a depth that is uniquely afforded by the television series format, while staying true to the original vision that has terrorized audiences for over three decades now,” wrote Mancini in a statement announcing the news. Even the scariest doll in the world had a say in the statement: “In these troubled times, I believe it’s my obligation as a horror icon to reach the widest possible audience, on TV. For over 30 years, I’ve been scaring the s out of you. But now at Syfy, I look forward to really making a difference,” Chucky “said.”Project Runway’s Seal of ApprovalWhen Project Runway returns to Bravo on March 14, it ll be missing the two most familiar faces from its cast: host Heidi Klum and mentor Tim Gunn. But their replacements, model Karlie Kloss and Project Runway alum Christian Siriano (who won the fourth season), were hand-picked by producers. Siriano even has the Klum seal of approval.  Heidi and Tim made the decision to move in a different direction, explained executive producer Dan Cutforth at a press conference for reporters on Tuesday. And it’s interesting that when Heidi was asked who should be the new Tim, she said Christian Siriano. We were already talking to Christian at that time, so we saw that as a great endorsement. But he was the perfect person to come into that role. And Tim and Heidi have been such a great part of this show since the beginning and really helped bring this show together and make it into something that people fell in love with. And they were really supportive of

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Ghcxuf Joel Meares for Rotten Tomatoes: I was reading that you didn t actually see Larry, the monster in Come Play, until the first time you interacted with it on set. What was your reaction to first seeing the creature?Azhy Robertson: It was pretty terrifying. The puppet looks a lot like it does in the movie. There was a scene where Gillian [Jacobs] and I were hiding under the bed and Larry just jump scared us! The first few takes, it really scared me. It was so surprising.For viewers who haven t seen the film yet, what is so terrifying about the look of Larry? Robertson: He s basic, he s not super detailed or anything, but I think that makes him a little scarier. He s just this huge tall lanky dude. He s actually humanoid, and I feel like that reflects into the message of the movie about loneliness, and how he just wants some friends. That was very interesting to me.(Photo by © Focus Features )You watched Poltergeist in the lead up to this at the director’s suggestion. Were there other movies that you watched to get the vibe of what the filmmakers were going for? What did you think of Poltergeist and those films?Robertson: I didn t really watch any other films, because I m literally a huge scaredy cat, so I didn t want to watch any more horror films. But Poltergeist is pretty similar to Come Play, because they both involve an invisible and mysterious entity-slash-ghost, and they re doing strange and horrible things to a family.Right. And both involve entities coming through screens – in Poltergeist through the TV, and in Come Play Larry’s coming from iPads, phones, TVs… anything around. Robertson: Yeah.Speaking of… do your parents have strict rules for your laptop and iPad usage? They might get stricter after seeing this movie! Robertson: Now, in quarantine, I really don t have anything to do other than that, so I don t really get very many limits, but they stop me if I m on it for way too long. Before quarantine, it was only four hours a week. Playing with my friends doesn t really count, though, only playing by myself.Preparing for this role, you also spent some time in New York being with kids with special needs and autism to get a sense of your character. How did that experience help prepare you to play Oliver?Robertson: I sat in on some classes and observed some of the common characteristics between some of the kids, because, if you ve met one kid with autism, then you ve only met one kid with autism. They re not all the same. I just wanted to see some common things that they do. For example, stimming was one, where you just do something with your body, your hands, your joints, because if there s too much sensory detail, then you focus on what you re doing with your hands or your joints or your body. [Editor s note: Oliver does a version of this in the film.](Photo by © Focus Features )You ve worked with some really incredible actors in your very short career. Obviously, Adam Driver and Scarlet Johansson in Marriage Story, and then Winona Ryder and Zoe Kazan in The Plot Against America, and here with Gillian Jacobs and John Gallagher Jr. What did you learn from your co-stars in this movie?Robertson: I ve learned a lot. Gillian, she taught me that if you need to be emotional She gave me a lot of space to be emotional, and she told me how you can help get teary and sad: You isolate yourself. That s something that I use to this day. When I need to be very sad or emotional, I isolate myself from everyone else to concentrate.One last question before I let you go. There’s one sequence that really stands out in the movie, a terrifying scene set in a parking booth that is also in director Jason Chase’s short. The invisible monster attacks. It looked incredibly intense and wild. What was that like to shoot?It was both scary and fun. Playing with that laser thing, that was pretty cool. Getting picked up by an invisible ghost – that was really intense and terrifying. Using the sticky-hand thing, without going into too much detail, that was pretty insane as well. That whole sequence of scenes was really cool.Have you seen the finished film?Robertson: Yeah I have.Scary? Robertson: Very.Come Play is in theaters October 30, 2020. On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.Thumbnail image: Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection, Jasin Boland/© Warner Bros. Pictures, © Columbia Pictures, © Neon, © Columbia Pictures 😈😈

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倩女幽魂护腕石之灵 (Photo by Focus Features/Courtesy Everett Collection. Thumbnail: DreamWorks SKG, Buena Vista Pictures, Fox Searchlight, Paramount Pictures/Courtesy Everett Collection)30 Best Stop-Motion Animated Movies of All TimeTangible and physical, stop-motion animation is the art of manipulating objects and figures frame by frame, creating the illusion of fluid movement. It s an almost atavistic art form of ours: Instinct tells us if you have a lump of clay in your hands, start making stuff out of it. Shape a chicken and a fox, mold some pirates, heck, make a movie. It s what filmmakers have been doing for over a century, so we re taking a look through time with the 30 best stop-motion animated movies ever made.In this guide, we ll come in contact with the different materials and styles used in stop motion. Clay has led to the creation of one of animation s most enduring man-and-canine duos, Wallace and Gromit, created by Nick Park. His films and studio, Aardman, have an outsized presence in that scene, with the likes of Chicken Run and Shaun the Sheep. Paper cutout stop-motion animation is less frequently used. See it at its trippy best with Fantastic Planet, and in The Adventures of Prince Achmed, the oldest surviving animated film.Puppet stop-motion animation has been the preferred method for venerable directors like Tim Burton (producer of The Nightmare Before Christmas), Charlie Kaufman (Anomalisa), and Wes Anderson (Fantastic Mr. Fox). Anderson collaborated with Nightmare-director Henry Selick to animate the marine fauna in The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou; afterwards, Selick set up shop at studio Laika, where he gave them their first big hit, Coraline. Laika has been a stop-motion powerhouse since, using a cutting-edge mix of puppets, clay, and computer enhancements to fuel a string of Certified Fresh films, including The Boxtrolls and Kubo and the Two Strings.We included only movies where stop motion is a majority of the presentation, which opened the way for James and the Giant Peach and Jan Švankmajer s twisted Alice. So while we adore the individual creature effects by Ray Harryhausen in Jason and the Argonauts and the Sinbad movies, or ED-209 in RoboCop, and even the aforementioned Life Aquatic, you won t be seeing them here. After we collected the 30 highest-rated movies, we sorted the list by Adjusted Tomatometer, which accounts for the movie s number of reviews and release year.Now, read on to discover the 30 best stop-motion animated movies!

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倩女幽魂护腕石之灵 Rotten Tomatoes Get To Know Your Nominees” series will provide an in-depth look at one nominee from each of the major awards categories – the four acting categories, and directing – diving into their highest-rated work from both fans and critics, essential titles from their filmography, and featuring thoughts on their nominated film drawn from an extended interview. The Nominee: Glenn CloseGlenn Close says she went into the Golden Globes ceremony earlier this month with low expectations, something she does “for my own emotional and psychological health.” So it was that when Gary Oldman read out her name as the winner of the Best Actress Drama award, Close was just as surprised as the viewers at home – many of whom had no idea that The Wife, the movie for which she won, even existed – and the pundits who had tipped Lady Gaga to take home the trophy.When she got to the stage to accept the Globe, tears in her eyes, she let out a few disbelieving gasps and eventually, an “Oh my gosh.” “When they called my name, it took [me] a few seconds,” Close told Rotten Tomatoes, a few days after the big night. “I think a lot of times, awards go to the flashy, buzzy person, and that s why I just say I m proud of the work I did and glad to be in the room.”In her acceptance speech – for many, the highlight of the night – Close paid tribute to her mother, who, like her character in The Wife, lived her life in the background. “In her eighties, she said to me, ‘I feel like I haven’t accomplished anything,’” Close told the crowd at the Beverly Hilton. “And it was so not right. And I feel like what I’ve learned from this whole experience is, women, we’re nurturers, that’s what’s expected of us… But we have to find personal fulfillment. We have to follow our dreams. We have to say, ‘I can do that, and I should be allowed to do that.’”On Tuesday morning, Close was nominated for a Best Actress Oscar for her portrayal of The Wife’s Joan Castleman, whose quiet life lived in the shadows of her celebrated writer husband (Jonathan Pryce) is upended when he wins a Nobel Prize for literature and the couple travel to Stockholm for the ceremony. It is her seventh Academy Award nomination, and many predict it will be her first win – finally! – if she can stave off fierce competition from Gaga and The Favourite’s Olivia Colman.What does it mean to be receiving such accolades at this stage of her career, 36 years after her first Oscar nomination for The World According to Garp? “In a way it even means more [now],” Close says, “because I m very proud to be a survivor in this business.”The Essentials: A Fresh Look at Every Man s Worst Nightmare Close with Michael Douglas in Fatal Attraction. (Photo by @ Paramount Pictures)Close was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for three consecutive years in the mid-1980s: First for Garp in 1983; then for The Big Chill in 1984; and then again for The Natural in 1985. It was an auspicious start to her film career; her performance as a radical feminist named Jenny Fields in Garp had marked her big-screen debut. Her first Oscar nomination for a lead role came in 1988 for her portrayal of Alex Forrest, cinema’s scariest “other woman,” in the thriller Fatal Attraction.“Well, she’s the Bunny Boiler,” Close says when asked to reflect on the character 30 years later. “She s like every man s nightmare.” At least that’s the place Forrest – who refuses to let go of Michael Douglas’s Dan as he tries to untangle himself from their affair – occupies in the popular culture. But that was never Close’s intention when playing her. “I was playing a very, very specific character, who is in crisis, really. A woman that needed help, but, because of her behavior, she’s become this terrifying figure, and is considered one of the best villains of the 20th Century.”“And, also, of course, the new ending made her into a psychopath,” Close adds, referring to the film’s finale, which was changed after test audiences demanded something more cathartic – and ultimately less sympathetic to Forrest.There were layers to the performance, and the plot, that the audience was not privy to that might have changed Forrest’s image in the popular mind. Close says Forrest had been abused as a child and was dealing with severe mental health issues that had never been diagnosed or addressed. She also shot a scene, which never made the final cut, that showed that Forrest was indeed pregnant with Dan’s child, putting to rest any ambiguity about whether she had invented the pregnancy.“I ve said before, that if you told the exact same story from her point of view, she would now, I think, become a tragic figure, rather than a villainous figure,” says Close. “If people could see the reasons for her behavior and what she s struggling with, it would be a whole different story.”Close in Albert Nobbs. (Photo by Patrick Redmond/©Roadside Attractions/Courtesy Everett Collection)After an early rush of Oscar nominations in the 1980s, Close would not be nominated again until 2012 for Albert Nobbs, the story of a 19th-century Irish Butler who is hiding the fact that he is secretly a woman. Close’s muted, deeply internalized performance was the highlight of a film that most critics dismissed as too staid (it has a Tomatometer score of 56%). Nobbs had been a passion project for Close, who played the role on stage in New York in the 1970s. Like Forrest, Albert was a damaged soul at a time when the help needed was out of touch.“Everybody brought their own baggage to that movie, and however they want to interpret it is okay with me,” says Close, “but I was playing a woman who wasn t trying to be a man. She was disguised as a man in order to survive. She never thought of herself as a man. She s not transgender, and she s not even lesbian, because she doesn t know what that is. She s never been touched by anyone. She s never been loved by anyone. She’s this invisible soul, who s surviving.”Fan Favorites: A Marvelous Time Remaking Disney

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