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亚博app官网下载采用百度引擎6(Baidu 0)Are the Performances in Cursed Magical? Langford is an excellent choice for Nimue. She is strong and resilient yet somewhat trusting and naïve. — Allison Rose, FlickDirectTerell is brilliant as Arthur. A Black Arthur does feel radical, but he is a co-lead and sidekick to Langford s Nimue. Cursed is still a lot of fun, but don t expect anything too revolutionary from this safely subversive new Netflix show. — Rosie Knight, NerdistAlmost no one can act and those who can are taking it easy. — Lucy Mangan, GuardianIs Cursed’s Fantasy Believable?(Photo by Courtesy of Netflix © 2020)Cursed’s Fey, made up of snake-skinned, tusked and other hybrid humanoids, all with their own cultures, efficiently establishes them as a living, breathing species independent of their human relatives. — Hannah Collins, CBRIs Cursed Cheaply Made or Flashy and Stylish? (Photo by Netflix © 2020)Cursed does a fine job of stylizing its visuals, as well as building a complex story base (even if the latter feels too bulky at times). — Kimberly Ricci, UproxxCursed may not be the most serious or profound program that TV has to offer, but you won t find many shows more solidly built or satisfying. — Judy Berman, TIME MagazineWith twists and turns you might not see coming, no matter how well you know Arthurian Legend, Cursed delivers a fun and wild ride. It also has serious Game Of Thrones vibes. — Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyFinal Thoughts? (Photo by Courtesy of Netflix © 2020)Featuring a lot of promise but failing in the execution tonally, Cursed is unfortunately a bit of a missed opportunity to breathe new life into the Arthurian legend. — Nicola Austin, We Have a HulkCursed makes complete its clumsy tightrope walk, but will need to build stronger support for any feminist goals it has for future seasons. — B.L. Panther, The SpoolCursed will do — it’s nowhere near perfect but its attempt to take on an alternative tale with a female, strong lead, makes the whole viewing worthwhile. — Daniel Hart, Ready Steady CutBloated yet entertaining, Cursed carves out a uniquely weird kitsch-fantasy niche for itself, even if it doesn t always quite know what it wants to be. — Shaun Munro, Flickering MythI never was able to fully give myself over to Cursed, but I never really got bored and I think there s a better show laying in wait for a second season. More Pym, please! — Dan Fienberg, Hollywood ReporterThe highs of the series far outweigh the lows, and Cursed manages to tell an exciting and surprisingly timely tale with Nimue and the rest of the Arthurian roster. It is sure to fill the void in the hearts of fantasy fans everywhere. — Charlie Ridgely, ComicBook.com

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Quentin Tarantino sent out a public message to critics and other attendees of the Cannes Film Festival not to spoil his new movie, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, and for the most part the first reviews are keeping mum on details. What they are saying, though, is that this Tinseltown fairy tale is another enjoyable but also potentially controversial movie from the director of Pulp Fiction and Inglourious Basterds. Following a lengthy standing ovation, the mixed reactions poured in celebrating the pairing of Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt, the re-creation of 1969 Hollywood (the town and the pop culture) and hints of its unspeakable final act.Here’s what critics are saying about Once Upon a Time in Hollwood:What exactly are we in for?“A love-letter to the tinsel town of the late 60s? The story of a down-on-his-luck actor and his stuntman? A fairytale retelling of the Manson Family murder spree? The answer is all the above.” Jordan Farley, Total Film / Games Radar“Such a moving film, at once a love letter — and a dream — of the Hollywood that was.” Manohla Dargis, The New York Times“A grand playground for the director to further fetishize old pop culture, to break things and hurt people, and to bring a wide-eyed glee and a robust sense of perversity to the whole craft of moviemaking.” Steve Pond, The Wrap“A lopsided cultural mashup as viewed through Tarantino’s exuberant cinematic filter.” Eric Kohn, IndieWire(Photo by Sony Pictures)How does Once Upon a Time… stack up against Tarantino’s other movies?“If not a career best, it s an extraordinary career summation.” David Sexton, London Evening Standard“In many ways, this is the most modern and realized of his films, a culmination of all the various pastiches to form a love letter to the past and a speculative fiction of what could have been.” Jason Gorber, Slashfilm The film takes its time to build up atmosphere and character. This may very well irk some of his newer fans, but for all of us who fell for QT’s cinema back in the 1990s, it is an absolutely welcome.” Jordan Ruimy, World of Reel“For Tarantino this is an almost soft-hearted – for him – film…a new departure for the filmmaker. And the warmth is welcome.” Fionnuala Halligan, Screen International“It may be the first Tarantino film that leaves with a genuine sense of, wait for it, hope.” Gregory Ellwood, Collider“[It’s] the filmmaker’s weirdest movie…his ultimate hangout movie.” Eric Kohn, IndieWire“The spectacular talkiness of previous Tarantino films is in shorter supply…Quentin Tarantino’s most contemplative movie until it isn’t.” Steve Pond, The Wrap“There is little here that has not been seen from Quentin Tarantino before…frankly, this time I was hoping for something more.” Jo-Anne Titmarsh, HeyUGuys“Tarantino at his most indulgent and unfocused.” Jordan Farley, Total Film / Games RadarIs it also his most personal work?“This is the most personal movie of Tarantino s career. You can feel the effect the Manson murders must have had on a 6 year-old QT living in 1969 L.A.” Jordan Ruimy, World of Reel“You can see it as the work of a 56-year-old artist wondering about his place in a changing industry.” Steve Pond, The Wrap“What Tarantino really seems to want to do with the film is just talk about old stuff he likes.” Richard Lawson, Vanity FairJoel MearesSo it’s also still another pop culture pastiche?“It’s filled with homages to (or outright re-creations of) old TV shows, old movies, old advertising jingles: Tarantino indulges in his obsessions as he gets to direct all the stuff he loved as a kid.”  Steve Pond, The Wrap“A clumsy voiceover ticks off the names of spaghetti western directors, from Peroni to Corbucci, as if Tarantino reverse-engineered the script by starting with the callouts and building the narrative from there.” Eric Kohn, IndieWire“Much of the reference-obsessed auteur’s latest is focused on the small screen…this marks an interesting—maybe telling?—shift for the director.” Richard Lawson, Vanity Fair“This homage also has the ache of a requiem.” Manohla Dargis, The New York Times(Photo by Sony Pictures)Can we expect the usual Tarantino type of soundtrack, too?“The Tarantino jukebox gets the kind of workout it hasn’t since “Pulp Fiction” (Roy Head! Paul Revere and the Raiders! Neil Diamond! Vanilla Fudge!)” Steve Pond, The Wrap“The soundtrack is trademark Tarantino – there are fewer deep cuts here, but with a late-’60s soundscape and a big production budget, there are some stupendous songs selected.” Jason Gorber, Slashfilm(Photo by Sony Pictures)Does it do a good job depicting the period?“This film must have the most plausible, immersive depiction of late-Sixties L.A. since they shot films in L.A. in the late Sixties.” Robbie Collin, The Telegraph“Tarantino’s recreation of the Hollywood of 1969 is absolutely gorgeous to behold.” Jordan Ruimy, World of Reel“Tarantino re-creates the Hollywood of 50 years ago with a fantastically detailed and almost swoony time-machine precision…the movie captures how Hollywood, by 1969, was a head-spinningly layered place.” Owen Gleiberman, Variety“The production design is impeccable; when Cliff speeds around Burbank, he’s practically driving through a documentary.”- Eric Kohn, IndieWireHow are Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt together?“Both stars are fiercely enjoyable to watch here in their first pairing.” Fionnuala Halligan, Screen International“Neither has been better, and you’re witnessing some truly special performances captured for our viewing pleasure…an immediately iconic buddy pair.” Jason Gorber, Slashfilm“The film’s major asset is these two performances, both loose and funny and amiable…They have a beguiling chemistry.” Richard Lawson, Vanity FairJoel MearesWho else stands out?“[Margo Robbie is] the heart and soul of this film.” Jordan Ruimy, World of Reel“Margot Robbie gives a sympathetic portrayal of Tate, Dakota Fanning is intimidatingly sinister…and Lorenza Izzo has a spirited turn.” Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian“Mike Moh as Bruce Lee…is a highlight in a film of many highlights.” Jason Gorber, Slashfilm“The slower moments have delicious touches or wonderful cameos (ladies and gentlemen, Bruce Freakin’ Dern!).” Steve Pond, The Wrap“Familiar faces such as Timothy Olyphant, Luke Perry, Mark Madsen, Lena Dunham and Damien Lewis stand out in small roles.” Gregory Ellwood, ColliderWhat’s the movie’s biggest problems?“The film takes its time, to the point where at times it starts to feel sluggish – but even the slower moments have delicious touches or wonderful cameos.” Steve Pond, The Wrap“There were stretches during my screening when I was a little bored…the lack of real connective tissue is often more frustrating than it is charming.” Richard Lawson, Vanity Fair“[An] issue is the film’s length…Tarantino spends so much time in Rick’s fictional world that he leaves out time for the much more interesting real world.” Jo-Anne Titmarsh, HeyUGuys“He starts to use the narrator more often, breaking the show-don’t-tell mystique, and we wonder why. Isn’t he the master of showing?” Owen Gleiberman, Variety“Pitt’s character is capital-P problematic, absolutely by design – but the transgressive thrill is undeniable, and the artistry mesmerizingly assured.” Robbie Collin, The Telegraph“There is no doubt that this is a very male movie.” Peter Bradshaw, The GuardianAnd how does Tarantino handle a certain notorious massacre?“[It’s] a hazily freewheeling Tarantinification of the horrific events.” Robbie Collin, The Telegraph Entirely outrageous, disorientating, irresponsible, and also brilliant.” Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian“The murders themselves must be the single most shocking sequence in Tarantino’s filmography for a number of reasons: one moment made me groan “oh no” out loud.”- Robbie Collin, The Telegraph“Some may find [it] daring and others disturbing…time will tell whether general audiences believe the film commemorates or exploits the horrors of 1969 and its victims.” Jason Gorber, Slashfilm(Photo by Sony Pictures)Is it too violent?“Sensationally violent even by Quentin s high standards.” David Sexton, London Evening Standard“There are some shocking happenings from a gore standpoint although compared to other Tarantino fare it’s tempered a bit.” Gregory Ellwood, Collider“Suffice it to say that those starved for stylized violence will get their bone and like it.” Charles Bramesco, Birth.Movies.Death“When the movie’s truly gnarly spate of violence happens, it’s both grimly cathartic and revolting, a brief, horrific riot of crunch and gush that comes across a bit too gleeful.” Richard Lawson, Vanity FairSo we should just see it for ourselves?“[Has] its fair share of problems…but it’s a film peppered with scenes of such magnificence [that its] diversions are worth taking.”  Jordan Farley, Total Film / Games Radar Documentary Feels Good Man looks at the how cartoonist Matt Furie’s drawing of a smiling green frog unintentionally became a symbol for hate on the Internet.“This is something that has never happened before,” director Arthur Jones told journalists. “The Anti-Defamation League never has declared a meme a hate symbol before. It has never declared a copyrighted character a hate symbol before.”He says it was “a process” for Furie, who participated in the film, “to figure out how to handle this. He tried to handle that via his artistic community first. Then he tried to find a set of lawyers to collaborate with to enforce the copyright in a way that he felt was right for him. While he s doing this, he s an artist; he s starting a family — there s a lot of stuff going on.”Feels Good Man will air on October 19 as part of PBS’ Independent Lens series.Coming to You from the Bat Cave …(Photo by National Geographic)Journalists caught glimpses of lots of celebrities’ houses through this all-virtual press tour. But only one panel streamed from inside a bat cave: bat scientist Kendra Phelps and epidemiologist Chris Golden introduced us to some new friends while speaking on the panel for National Geographic’s upcoming documentary, Virus Hunters.Airing November 1 to be a companion piece to that month s issue of the magazine, the special will tell “the stories of those heroic experts on the frontlines who are racing to identify the chain of events that could cause the next global pandemic,” said Nat Geo Senior Vice President of Communications Chris Albert, who introduced the panel.“Virus Hunters will aim to offer solutions, and some of those could include the work that Kendra and Jim [Desmond, a fellow panelist and a wildlife veterinarian] are doing where there is monitoring and surveillance of what is actually unfolding naturally within ecosystems,” Golden said. “I think it will beg the question of further policy- and decision-making that would lean on us to really view conservation as an important tool for public-health interventions.”

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m will play White Boy Rick on BMF, the 50 Cent-produced fact-based Starz drama. Detroit rapper Eminem will play Rick, a teenage FBI informant who was in a gang and was in prison until last year. (The Wrap)British comedian Lenny Henry, already starring in Amazon’s upcoming Lord of the Rings series, will co-star with lead Michelle Yeoh in The Witcher prequel Blood Origin. (Deadline)GLOW star Betty Gilpin is reuniting with GLOW co-star Alison Brie and series creators Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch on Roar, an adaptation of author Cecelia Ahern’s short story book of the same name that also stars Cynthia Erivo and Merritt Wever. Gilpin will play a woman whose husband thinks she is so beautiful he builds her a shelf to sit on in their house. (Deadline)PRODUCTION DEVELOPMENT: Field of Dreams, the TV Series, Ordered by Peacock from Michael Schur(Photo by (c) Universal/courtesy Everett Collection)Peacock announced a straight-to-series order for Field of Dreams, an adaptation of the classic Kevin Costner movie, written and executive produced by baseball superfan Michael Schur. The movie’s producer, Lawrence Gordon, will also be an executive producer on the project, which will “reimagine the mixture of family, baseball, Iowa, and magic that makes the movie so enduring and beloved.” The series comes on the heels of the Major League Baseball Field of Dreams game between the New York Yankees and the Chicago White Sox on August 12.The Witcher showrunner Lauren Schmidt Hissrich has signed an overall deal to create, write, and produce scripted content for Netflix. Hissrich, whose second season of The Witcher will premiere on Netflix on December 17, is also an executive producer on the live-action prequel series The Witcher: Blood Origin and on the anime series The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf.Back to the drawing board – and a lineup of additional guest hosts. Nine days after Jeopardy! executive producer Mike Richards’ hiring as the talk show’s new host shocked most viewers, he resigned from the hosting gig after The Ringer writer Claire McNear (the author of the fantastic Jeopardy! book Answers in the Form of Questions) wrote about a trove of 2013-14 podcasts in which Richards, then a producer on The Price Is Right, made sexist, offensive comments about women, Asians, Jewish people, and developmentally disabled people. After he apologized, and took the podcasts offline, fans and various rights organizations demanded further investigation by Jeopardy! producer Sony. On Friday, Richards resigned the host position, though was still, at the time, the show’s EP.The recent 100th birthday of Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry is the occasion for a biopic about him, produced by his Roddenberry Entertainment. Emmy winner Adam Mazer, who wrote the 2010 HBO Jack Kevorkian movie You Don’t Know Jack, starring Al Pacino, wrote the script, and Deadline reports casting and the search for a director is up next. Roddenberry, who was also a WWII combat pilot, a member of the LAPD, and the first TV writer to earn a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, died in 1991. (Deadline)If MTV’s gonna make up an award, there are few bands more deserving than the Foo Fighters. The Dave Grohl-fronted group will receive the inaugural Global Icon Award at the MTV Video Music Awards on Sept. 12.Oscar-nominated Hong Kong director Derek Tsang (Better Days) is the first director signed on for Netflix’s sci-fi epic Three-Body Problem. The first post-Game of Thrones series with David Benioff and Dan Weiss as showrunners, the series is based on Chinese author Liu Cixin’s trilogy of the same name, about when humans confirm the existence of alien life, and prepare for the unfriendly beings to arrive from their world. (THR)The Academy of Country Music Awards will move from CBS to Amazon. In 2022, Prime Video will begin streaming the annual awards show.With Interview with the Vampire already in the works for 2022 – with Australian actor Sam Reid (The Astronaut Wives Club) cast as Lestat – AMC is now developing another of Anne Rice’s works as a possible series. The network has opened a writers room for Lives of the Mayfair Witches, based on Rice’s three-book story of the same name. Masters of Sexproducers Esta Spaulding and Michelle Ashford will be writers and executive producers, with Spaulding as the showrunner, if the show is picked up to series. Last year, AMC acquired the rights to Rice’s works, encompassing 18 titles, including the Vampire Chronicles and Mayfair Witches series.HBO Max has ordered Fionna and Cake, a spin-off of Cartoon Network’s beloved Adventure Time that focuses on sword-carrying Fionna and her talking cat and BFF Cake, as they “embark on a multiverse-hopping adventure and journey of self-discovery … while a powerful new antagonist, determined to track them down and erase them from existence, lurks in the shadows.”The book that inspired Oscar Best Picture winner The English Patient is now becoming a drama series for the BBC. The series is not an adaptation of the movie. Instead it’s a “new interpretation of author Michael Ondaatje’s 1992 novel set in World War II. Either way, bet Elaine Benes would still hate it. (Deadline)Paramount+ is in production on a second season of The Real World Homecoming, this time gathering together the cast from the second ever season of the show, set in Los Angeles in 1993, Realityblurred.com reports. Everyone, according to the site, is scheduled to return, except then-business student Aaron Behle, and Irish music journalist Dominic Griffin, who may make a guest appearance. David Edwards, Tami Roman, Beth Stolarczyk, Irene Berrera-Kearns, Jon Brennan, Glen Naessens, and Beth Anthony are expected to return for Homecoming. (Reality Blurred)Lifetime has ordered Flowers in the Attic: The Origin, a limited series prequel to the creepy V.C. Andrews classic Flowers in the Attic. The series will be based on Garden of Shadows, a novel written by Andrew Neiderman. The story unfolds as “headstrong and determined Olivia Winfield (Jemima Rooper) is working alongside her beloved father (Harry Hamlin) when she finds herself unexpectedly wooed by one of the nation’s most eligible bachelors, Malcolm Foxworth (Max Irons). A whirlwind romance leads to Olivia and Malcolm married, to her discovery of his dark side, and to her inevitable — and notorious — decision to lock her grandchildren in the attic.” Also starring: Kate Mulgrew, Kelsey Grammer, Paul Wesley, Alana Boden, Hannah Dodd, T’Shan Williams, and Callum Kerr.The Daily Show alum Wyatt Cenac, who was also a writer on King of the Hill, has signed an overall deal with Warner Bros. Animation and Cartoon Network Studios to create new animated series for kids, adults, and families, as well as assist on other animated projects being developed at the two studios.Nestflix Compiles TV and Movies Best Fake TV and Movies(Photo by Nestflix)Netflix, meet Nestflix, a wonderfully clever and fun parody site that catalogs (with clips and photos) the fake TV shows and movies featured in real TV shows and movies. The Rural Juror from 30 Rock? It’s there. Mac C.H.E.E.S.E. from Friends? Got it. Sunrise Bay from Schitt’s Creek? Of course. It’s the best new way to procrastinate in your day, organized by genre.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.亚博app官网下载1. WILSHIRE BLVD. WAS ACTUALLY AUSTRALIAWe challenge anyone who’s been stuck in traffic on Wilshire Blvd. between La Brea and and Fairfax avenues to spot the difference. La Brea films in Australia and duplicated the title location there, using visual effects to recreate some of the Los Angles street’s noticeable landmarks.“We went to a place in Australia that had similar east/west kind of views,” executive producer Bryan Wyndbrandt said. Bay Street in Melbourne stood in for Wilshire.“Destroying Los Angeles has kind of become an important part of cinema over the last however many years, series creator David Appelbaum added. For us, the pleasure is not so much about seeing our city destroyed, but about creating an exciting action-adventure story and an emotional story at its heart.”2. IT WAS FREEZING(Photo by Sarah Enticknap/NBC)When the survivors awaken below, they find themselves in a sunny field. The more they explore, the more dangers they find including hostile terrain and primal animals. Natalie Zea, who plays Eve Harris on La Brea, said the weather in Australia did not mimic actual sunny California weather.“It’s movie magic,” Zea said. “It’s also what you do as an actor. You put on the silk blouse in 30-degree weather and say here’s who I am.”3. THEY HAVE TWO DOCTORS IN THE HOLE(Photo by Sarah Enticknap/NBC)Other survivors joining Eve below include Dr. Sam Velez (Jon Seda). His medical experience will come in handy when survivors are injured.“I think every sinkhole needs a doctor,” Seda said. “So I think Dr. Sam brings a pretty, simply in the medical field of that nature. And he’s a former Navy SEAL so he has some pretty good instincts as to how to survive.”Ty Coleman (Chiké Okonkwo) is a psychiatrist, in case any of the survivors need therapy down there. Frankly, Ty may be in need of some emotional support himself.“Mental health has, of course during the pandemic, become such a priority and has rightfully so been pushed to the forefront more than before,” Okonkwo said. “He’s a man who has studied the brain, and we’ll find out that that’s relevant in lots of ways. He’s a man who understands the pressures that humans are under.”4. TY WAS SOMEWHERE IMPORTANT BEFORE THE SINKHOLE(Photo by Sarah Enticknap/NBC)Okonkwo added that Ty’s whereabouts prior to the sinkhole would be important. The viewer meets Eve, Sam and their kids in their cars when the sinkhole occurs. Okonkwo said you’ll find out where Ty was later in the season.“Ty’s been traveling from west to east on Wilshire from a particular appointment which will become relevant later on,” Okonkwo said.5. THE PEOPLE ABOVE GROUND MUST SOLVE THE LA BREA CODE(Photo by Sarah Enticknap/NBC)La Brea does not take place entirely below ground. Eve’s daughter, Izzy (Zyra Gorecki) makes it to safety. She and her father, Gavin (Eoin Macken) seek answers to bring their family home.“We have more of the kind of Dan Brown, Da Vinci Code, Indiana Jones kind of action at the top,” Macken said.Wyndbrandt elaborated a bit on the Dan Brown analogy.“We wanted to have fun in that Dan Brown kind of Three Days of the Condor–esque thriller; put the government in a position where they know information that we don’t,” Wyndbrandt said. “He’s talking about the Dan Brown of it all where he has to uncover clues that there are people who know answers that will not only shed light on where his family is, but why he has a connection to this place.”6. GAVIN HARRIS SEES THINGS OTHERS CAN’T(Photo by Sarah Enticknap/NBC)Even before the sinkhole opens, the viewer meets Gavin in a therapy session, dealing with visions he’s seen since an airplane accident he had as a former pilot. Once the Harrises and other families fall into the sinkhole, Gavin’s visions start to connect to their predicament.“That actually goes to places that I don’t think you’re going to expect because I didn’t even expect it,” Macken said. “Fundamentally important to Gavin’s character is being able to have that redemptive arc, both as a father and as a professional as a pilot. And also being able to use those negative experiences he had to try and finally understand himself and get his family back.”7. THERE ARE REAL ANIMALS ON THE SET(Photo by NBC)Down below, Eve and the other survivors run into vicious primal animals. La Brea keeps the actors safe from those and many are created with visual effects. However, Zea said there are some bening animals on the set.“I got to hang out with a rabbit,” Zea said.There are other animals you won’t even get to see on La Brea. Although they film in Australia, the show isn’t set in Australia so they have to keep the native species out of frame. Jack Martin, who plays Eve’s son Josh, described some of the creatures roaming the set.“There’s a bunch of real animals both in the show and also running around in the background when we’re not shooting,” Martin said. “There are kangaroos on every set, I think.”8. ZYRA GORECKI IS AN AMPUTEE LIKE HER CHARACTER IZZY(Photo by Sarah Enticknap/NBC)Izzy has a prosthetic leg, and it’s a plot point in the show. Eve describes the accident that caused Izzy to lose her leg in the story. In real life, Gorecki wears a prosthetic leg herself.“David is absolutely amazing when it comes to writing and we had quite a few conversations about what it is like to be an amputee,” Gorecki said. “He would bring that into the script. Also being able to play an amputee character as an amputee is an honor truly. I think it’s fun to play characters as an amputee that aren’t necessarily an amputee, but also for them to have that representation, it does make you feel very good. To be able to look on screen and be able to go, ‘I look like that. That’s what I look like. That means that I can do it too.’ It’s a big deal.”9. LOVE IS IN THE AIR UNDER LA BREA(Photo by Sarah Enticknap/NBC)Both Sam and Eve have teenage kids in the sinkhole with them. While the parents are trying to find food and shelter, Josh and Riley (Veronica St. Clair), Sam’s daughter, may just hit it off.“I think while there is crazy action in this show and there’s a lot of wild plot events, I think what makes it really good is the character relationships,” Martin said. “I don’t want to spoil anything, but you’ll definitely get to see that play out.”Zea said she understood how the kids took advantage of their situation.“What a great place to get into some mischief,” Zea said. “ My parents are really distracted with survival, so let’s go make out. ”10. THE ACTORS DID THEIR OWN STUNTS(Photo by Sarah Enticknap/NBC)The world below is full of running, climbing and fighting. There was plenty for the actors to do themselves.“We got thrown in, literally thrown in at the deep end from the very start,” Okonkwo said. “From episode one, it’s this kinetic, high-octane adventure, and it doesn’t let up quite frankly. It keeps on going, especially for myself, Jon, and Natalie Zea. Our characters are really in it for the first two or three episodes.”Seda said he was surprised the action was so immediate. He thought he’d have a grace period to get warmed up.“We’re just physically going through a lot of things I don’t think many of us really expected we were going to be doing right from the start,” Seda said. “So it’s demanding in its own way but it’s really exciting. It really is, at the end of the day, it’s fun to be a part of.”La Brea premieres at 9/8C on Tuesday, September 28 on NBC.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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0.33.7 2月喜迎ketplace with lesser competing options for the public to experience in theaters. Raya had made .17 million in its first 12 days and has more than doubled that total since. The Marksman with Liam Neeson had only grossed .35 million in 12 days and has managed to scrounge out over million. GvK will still have another weekend at No. 1 and will fall back with Mortal Kombat the week after, at which time it should settle into second place for another three weeks until Spiral comes out, and there is no reason to believe it will not still be in the top five come Memorial Day weekend. That’s a long road ahead, but it is still very possible that 0 million could be there at the end of it.The Top 10 and Beyond: Voyagers Lands with a Thud(Photo by Lionsgate)The only big theatrical contender this week was Lionsgate’s Lord of the Flies in space, aka Voyagers, which was not liked by critics (with a 27% Tomatometer score) or cared about by audiences this weekend grossing a paltry .3 million. Sure, it is only the 12th film of 2021 to open with more than a million, but it could not even crack the top 10 on that small list. Even the long-delayed Chaos Walking managed to open to .77 million, one of only seven movies this year so far to gross over million.Beyond that, it was a week of small drops. Nobody retained its second-place spot falling just 12 percent to .65 million. It has now crossed the million line. Last week’s No. 2, The Unholy, fell to third with only a 23 percent drop. It’s total now stands at .7 million. Tom Jerry dropped only 17 percent and has run its total to over million. Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon actually increased business this week, going up 2 percent and grossing .1 million for a total of million.These Dates In Box Office History: Vin Diesel’s The Fast and the Furious Franchise Revved Up Audiences for the Summer Blockbuster SeasonApril 9: On this day in 2017, the Jennifer Lawrence/Chris Pratt sci-fi film, Passengers, grossed ,876. That was enough to push it over the 0 million mark on its 110th day of release. (What an anniversary for Voyagers to be opening on with its unwanted advances in space premise.)April 10: This is a big date for films crossing the 0 million line. In 1999, Dreamworks’ animated The Prince of Egypt made 1,406 to get there on day 114 of its release. Steven Spielberg got their faster in the director’s chair in 2018 when Ready Player One grossed .34 million to reach the mark in just 13 days. Though eight years earlier in 2010, the remake of Clash of the Titans took in .04 million to reach the milestone in just nine days. Much faster than Vin Diesel’s family film, The Pacifier, did in 2005 when it grossed 9,633 on its 38th day. Diesel got there a lot quicker – and doubled it – 10 years later when Furious 7 made .86 million in its eighth day to cross the 0 million line.April 11: Turns out these are big dates for one Vin Diesel as Fast and Furious is his third film on the list this week. His return to the franchise made .43 million in its ninth day to cross 0 million. Three years later on this date, Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax grossed 5,795 to pass 0 million on its 41st day of release. That is a milestone that Fast and Furious would not reach.On the Vine: Fresh Festival Films Take a Shot at Box Office Glory
ctable hilarity ensues as Bradshaw and family give viewers a peek into rural living in Oklahoma. Alongside his playful and pranking wife Tammy, entrepreneurial and talented daughters Rachel, Lacey and Erin, and his loveable grandkids, the four-time Super Bowl champion and true country boy finds his most important job is father to his three kids.” The series is set to premiere in summer 2020.Amazon has given a two-season order to Fairfax, an adult-aimed animated comedy about a group of junior high students who are trying to be the coolest kids on their block, L.A.’s Fairfax Avenue, the center of hypebeast culture. “This show is a love letter to kids today – the generation that will most definitely save the world from global warming, if they don’t die from eating Tide Pods first,” creators Matt Hausfater, Aaron Buchsbaum, and Teddy Riley said in a statement. “It’s a modern look at the timeless struggle to be cooler than you are, to fit in while standing out, and what it feels like to wait in line for a pair of sneakers you’re never going to cop.” (Deadline)Rose Byrne will star in a new Apple TV+ dramedy called Physical, about a Southern California housewife who “finds an unconventional path to power through the world of aerobics.” (THR)In more Amazon animation news, Maya Rudolph and Natasha Lyonne are teaming up for The Hospital, an animated comedy pilot at Amazon, the first project from their Animal Pictures joint production company. The story follows Sleech and Klak, two female alien doctors who have to work to find a cure when one of them catches a rare disease from another dimension.Disney+ is reviving the 2014 ABC reality competition series The Quest. Like the original series, the reboot will be filmed in a castle in Austria, where actors in a scripted storyline will be mixed with teenage contestants who will compete in the fantasy world of the fictional Everealm. (Variety)Netflix will adapt One Piece, one of the best-selling manga series of all time, as a 10-episode, live-action series. The series will follow the story of Monkey D. Luffy and his “pirate crew as they explore a fantastical world of endless oceans and exotic islands in search of the world’s ultimate treasure.” Lost and The X-Files writer Steven Maeda will write and serve as showrunner and EP of the series, which comes from Tomorrow Studios, the company behind the Netflix adaptation of another manga series, Cowboy Bebop. (Deadline)How did HGTV miss this one: Quibi is teaming with interior designer Delia Kenza and Bachelorette Season 15 alum Tyler Cameron for the adorably-titled Barkitecture, a show in which dog owners work with Cameron and Kenza to design and build custom luxury doghouses.
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This Week s Ketchup brings you more headlines from the world of film development news, covering such titles as the remakes of Lilo Stitch, The Scorpion King, and Short Circuit.This WEEK S TOP STORYCRAZY RICH ASIANS DIRECTOR JOHN M. CHU TO HELM LIVE-ACTION LILO STITCH(Photo by Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection, (c)Walt Disney courtesy Everett Collection)Earlier this year (just a few months after Disney+ launched), the news broke that Disney s live-action remake of the 2002 animated hit Lilo Stitch ( Certified Fresh at  86%), which was first announced two years ago in 2018, was being developed as a Disney+ movie (a la Lady and the Tramp). Well, it appears that it might be considered for for a theatrical release after all. That s because the latest news on the remake is that Jon M. Chu (Crazy Rich Asians, Now You See Me 2) is now in talks with Walt Disney Pictures to direct the live-action Lilo Stitch. We should note immediately that the remake is more appropriately called a live-action/CGI hybrid, since Stitch (and the other alien characters) will almost certainly be computer-animated, while Lilo and her Hawaiian friends and family will be played by live-action talent. Jon M. Chu s next film as director will be the adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda s In the Heights, which is now scheduled for release on June 18, 2021 after being pushed back almost a full year by the COVID-19 pandemic.Other Top Headlines1. JEFF NICHOLS TO DIRECT A QUIET PLACE SPINOFF(Photo by Ben Rothstein/©Warner Bros.)If the COVID-19 pandemic had never happened, A Quiet Place Part II would have come out eight months ago (March 20, 2020) as of next Friday. Around that time, John Krasinski was quoted online as saying he had an idea for a third Quiet Place movie, but before that ever happens, it sounds like we re going to get something different in the form of a spinoff that expands the franchise s cinematic universe instead. Granted, this spinoff is also based on a story idea by John Krasinski, so it s quite possible that it s the same idea he talked about back in March. The third film is expected to expand the post-apocalyptic world in which human survivors are stalked by monsters with super-sensitive hearing. Krasinski directed the first two movies (and appeared in both along with his wife Emily Blunt), but the third film will be directed by Jeff Nichols, marking the first time he s worked on a franchise film after several of his own projects, including Mud (Certified Fresh at 97%), Midnight Special (Certified Fresh at 84%), and Loving (Certified Fresh at 89%). Paramount Pictures is reportedly aiming to release the third Quiet Place movie sometime in 2022. A Quiet Place Part II, starring Blunt, Cillian Murphy, and Djimon Hounsou, is currently scheduled for April 23, 2021, which is over a year after the sequel s original release date. Although no casting has been announced yet for this third Quiet Place, it s worth noting that Michael Shannon has starred (Shotgun Stories, Take Shelter, Midnight Special) or co-starred in every one of Jeff Nichols films so far, so it s reasonable to assume we might see him hiding from monsters soon, too.2. THIS WEEK IN CHRIS PRATT: THOR: LOVE AND THUNDER AND SAIGON BODYGUARDS(Photo by Walt Disney Studios)Chris Pratt wrapped filming this week on Jurassic World: Dominion (6/10/2022), and his name is already attached to two new movies. The higher profile project of the two is also the least surprising, especially for anyone who saw Avengers: Endgame, which ended with Chris Hemsworth s Thor going off into space with the Guardians of the Galaxy. Having said that, it s still of interest that Pratt will indeed be reuniting with another of Marvel s Chrises namely Hemsworth  for Thor: Love and Thunder (2/11/2021). Perhaps the real news here is that we re only hearing about Chris Pratt, and not, say, Dave Bautista (Drax), Zoe Saldana (Gamora), and Karen Gillan (Nebula). In related news, James Gunn confirmed this week that he has finished the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 screenplay. Meanwhile, Pratt also signed on this week with Universal Pictures (the studio behind the Jurassic franchise) to co-star in Saigon Bodyguards (with Wolf Warrior star Wu Jing), which will be a remake of the 2016 Vietnamese action comedy of the same title, and which will be co-produced by frequent Marvel directors Joe and Anthony Russo.3. MADS MIKKELSEN MAY REPLACE JOHNNY DEPP IN FANTASTIC BEASTS 3(Photo by Jonathan Olley/©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)In last week s Weekly Ketchup, we linked to a Collider piece that speculated about nine actors who could possibly replace Johnny Depp as Gellert Grindelwald in the upcoming sequel Fantastic Beasts 3 (due out in theaters on July 15, 2022). Well, it would appear Collider was on the right track with one of their choices, as Danish actor Mads Mikkelsen is indeed reportedly now in talks to take over as Grindelwald in the sequel. Mikkelsen has been very prolific over the last decade or so, but most fans probably know him best either as the milky-eyed villain Le Chiffre in Casino Royale, Jyn Erso s dad in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, or the TV version of serial killer Hannibal Lecter. Filming of Fantastic Beasts 3 had already begun in London in September, so the role switch will necessitate some reshoots (Depp reportedly only shot one scene), which is presumably part of why the release date has been moved back from November 21, 2021 to July 15, 2022 (that, and the COVID-19 pandemic, probably). As for the why behind Depp s departure from the sequel, you can read more about that right here, and also in this piece, in which it s revealed that Johnny Depp will still receive his full salary as part of the deal for him to drop out.4. OPRAH WINFREY AND BRAD PITT TEAMING UP FOR TA-NEHISI COATES ADAPTATION (Photo by Bennett Raglin/Getty Images)Ta-Nehisi Coates is a multiple award-winning journalist-turned-author who has received a Genius Grant from the MacArthur Foundation, has worked for Marvel Comics on both Black Panther and Captain America, and whose first novel The Water Dancer was published last year. Now, Oprah Winfrey s Harpo Films and Brad Pitt s Plan B production companies are teaming with MGM for a film adaptation of The Water Dancer, which will be adapted from Coates own screenplay. Combining elements of magic realism, The Water Dancer tells the story of a pre-Civil-War slave who discovers he has a superpower he calls conduction that allows him to travel great distances, which he then uses as a member of the Underground Railroad. No director has been announced yet, but the wording of the Hollywood Reporter piece suggests that the job could go to producer Kamilah Forbes, who theatrically directed Coates Between the World and Me.5. BLACK PANTHER STAR DANAI GURIRA TO PLAY THE FIGHTING SHIRLEY CHISHOLM (Photo by Kristin Callahan/Everett Collection)Back when Stephen Colbert played a political blowhard named Stephen Colbert on The Colbert Report, one of his running gags in his Better Know a District segment was to always use the word Fighting (as in Wisconsin s Fighting Fifth District ). Colbert hardly invented that usage, but it was still so well used by him that it s one of the jokes that still resonates years later. In that spirit, one has to wonder if, in the near future, when Danai Gurira (Black Panther, The Walking Dead) inevitably appears on Colbert s CBS show to promote The Fighting Shirley Chisholm, he might bring back that exclamation. As the title suggests, Gurira will portray New York congresswoman Shirley Chisholm, who made history in 1968 as the first African American woman elected to the U.S. Congress, and in 1972 became the first African American candidate to run for a major party s nomination for President of the United States. It should be noted that this film will not be a traditional biopic, but will instead be a drama set specifically during Chisholm s 1972 run for president. Chisholm was also one of the lead characters in this year s Mrs. America mini-series, and the subject of the documentary Chisholm 72. Danai Gurira is taking over the role for Viola Davis, who had previously been attached to star.6. AIN T NO MOUNTAIN HIGH ENOUGH FOR SELENA GOMEZ (Photo by Elizabeth Goodenough/Everett Collection)Singer and actress Selena Gomez has had a series of health issues over the last several years, including lupus and a kidney transplant, and for her newest film project, she will be taking on the story of a woman who similarly faced physical challenges. Selena Gomez is now attached to star as Peruvian mountaineer Silvia Vasquez-Lavado, who became the first Peruvian woman to summit Mount Everest and the first openly gay woman to complete the Seven Summits, a challenge to climb the highest mountain on each continent. The project is titled In the Shadow of the Mountain, and it will be directed by Elgin James (Little Birds, Mayans M.C.), who will also adapt the screenplay.7. BELOVED 1980S ROBOT COMEDY SHORT CIRCUIT TO GET LATINX REMAKE (Photo by (c)TriStar Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)The movies of the 1980s are routinely held in high regard, sometimes out of pure nostalgia, but let s be real here for a moment: not all of these films have aged especially well. Consider, for example, the 1986 science fiction comedy Short Circuit (Rotten at 59%), which is ostensibly a light-hearted adventure about a sweet robot named Johnny-5 until you remember that the film also featured Fisher Stevens in brown-face pretending to be an Indian scientist (something Aziz Ansari later talked to Stevens about). That said, Hollywood may soon get the chance to do the Short Circuit concept justice without the implied squirms that come from cultural appropriation, because Spyglass Media Group is now developing a Latinx remake of the film. The remake will be adapted by the writing team of Eduardo Cisneros (co-writer of Eugenio Derbez s Instructions Not Included, Rotten at 57%) and producer-turned-screenwriter Jason Shuman. It s not yet known what a Latinx remake of Short Circuit exactly means, or who will star in it, but one has to guess that given their connections, Eugenio Derbez may be one of the possible stars.8. JAKE GYLLENHAAL TO DRIVE MICHAEL BAY S AMBULANCE REMAKE (Photo by Anne Marie Fox/TM & ©Copyright Fox Searchlight)After spending much of the last decade working on various Transformers movies, Michael Bay made the transition last year to Netflix with 6 Underground (Rotten at 36%), and recently, we learned that his next film is likely to be a remake of the 2005 Danish thriller Ambulancen (which is easily discernable as Danish for Ambulance). New projects get announced all the time, some of which we never hear of again, but Ambulance very quickly made its next step through development this week as Jake Gyllenhaal is now in talks to star in Bay s Ambulance remake, which Univeral Pictures is also reportedly also in talks to distribute. The premise is reportedly being kept under wraps (which is a bit funny, considering the film is a remake), but it is being compared to the great action thrillers of the ’90s like Speed and Bay’s Bad Boys. 9. DWAYNE JOHNSON DEVELOPING A SCORPION KING REBOOT(Photo by (c)Universal courtesy Everett Collection)After five movies (six, if you include The Mummy Returns, Rotten at 47%), Universal Pictures is now developing a reboot of The Scorpion King, the mythological warrior-king who started as a Mummy spinoff. Dwayne Johnson didn t star as The Scorpion King in any of the sequels  three different actors did: Michael Copon, Victor Webster, and Zach McGowan but his Seven Bucks Productions is partnering with Universal Pictures on this reboot. Universal is looking for a new actor to take over the title role, and the reboot is also not expected to tie into The Mummy in the way the character originally did in The Mummy Returns. It s also not yet known if Dwayne Johnson might join for a role other than that of The Scorpion King (maybe he could be the Brendan Fraser this time around?). The Mummy Returns was Dwayne Johnson s feature film acting debut, which is reportedly why he loves The Scorpion King so much, and is shepherding this remake. Although little is known about the new film at this point, one detail that has already been revealed is that, rather than being an adventure set in ancient times, the reboot will move the setting to modern times, which actually makes it more like Tom Cruise s The Mummy (Rotten at 16%) than the three Brendan Fraser movies, which were set in the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s, respectively. For the Scorpion King reboot, Universal Pictures has hired screenwriter Jonathan Herman, who received an Academy Award nomination for Universal s Straight Outta Compton (Certified Fresh at 89%), and who also worked with Universal on next year s F9 and the studio s upcoming remakes of Fear (Rotten at 46%) and Scarface (Certified Fresh at 82% ).On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
(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!
st episode, “The Long Night,” has now shattered both the Night King (literally) and ratings records (figuratively). According to the New York Times, 17.8 million viewers tuned in to watch the one hour and 22-minute Battle of Winterfell, beating the network’s previous record (set just two weeks earlier during the season 8 premiere). The season 8 premiere was the biggest telecast in HBO history until “The Long Night,” with 17.4 million viewers tuning in. It still holds a record, though: Guinness World Records has deemed it the most in-demand TV premiere ever (according to its analytics, at least, which takes into account “global demand” — whatever that is).Meanwhile, “The Long Night” cinematographer Fabian Wagner sat down with Wired and defended his choices against viewers who complained that the Battle of Winterfell was lit too darkly and they couldn’t see the action happening on their TV screens.“A lot of the problem is that a lot of people don’t know how to tune their TVs properly,” he said. “A lot of people also unfortunately watch it on small iPads, which in no way can do justice to a show like that anyway.”The episode was dark on purpose, he said, because of the show’s overall shift in tone to much darker subject matter.“We’d seen so many battle scenes over the years – to make it truly impactful and to care for the characters, you have to find a unique way of portraying the story,” he said, later adding that the darkness of the episode is also partially due to how people are watching it. “Game of Thrones is a cinematic show and therefore you have to watch it like you’re at a cinema: in a darkened room. If you watch a night scene in a brightly-lit room then that won’t help you see the image properly.”The Obamas Plan Their Netflix Empire(Photo by White House)President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama announced the first slate of projects they’re working on with Netflix via their new production company, Higher Ground Productions. They include feature documentaries, scripted series, adaptations, and family series: American Factory is an award-winning documentary they acquired out of Sundance; Bloom is a fashion-themed upstairs/downstairs drama set in post-WWII New York City that will focus on the barriers faced by women and people of color; Listen to Your Vegetables Eat Your Parents is a half-hour preschool series about global food; Fifth Risk is a docuseries based on bestselling author Michael Lewis’ book The Fifth Risk: Undoing Democracy; Crip Camp is a feature-length documentary about a 1970s summer camp for disabled teenagers in New York’s Catskill mountains; Overlooked is based on the New York Times’ column of the same name that tells the stories of remarkable people (notably women and people of color) whose deaths were not originally reported by the newspaper; and the last project is a feature film adaptation of David W. Blight’s Pulitzer Prize-winning biography Frederick Douglass: Prophet of Freedom.Quentin Tarantino Explains How The Hateful Eight Became a Miniseries(Photo by The Weinstein Company)The extended version of Quentin Tarantino’s 2015 Western The Hateful Eight turned out to be a little bit more than a longer cut: It’s a four-part miniseries available to stream on Netflix that the director oversaw himself. Tarantino told /Film that Netflix actually approached him to create the new cut, which has about 25 or more minutes of new footage.“About a year after it’s released, maybe a little less, me and my editor, Fred Raskin, we got together and then we worked real hard,” he said. “We edited the film down into 50-minute bits, and we very easily got four episodes out of it. We didn’t re-edit the whole thing from scratch, but we did a whole lot of re-editing, and it plays differently. Some sequences are more similar than others compared to the film, but it has a different feeling. It has a different feeling that I actually really like a lot. And there was [already] a literary aspect to the film anyway, so it definitely has this ‘chapters unfolding’ quality.Hulu Plans Ghost Rider and Helstrom Series(Photo by ABC)Now that Hulu is a part of the Disney family (following the completion of the Disney-Fox acquisition the Mouse House is a majority owner, not just partial), it’s wasting no time in getting some new Marvel properties in development. The streaming service announced that it is planning two new live-action series based on Marvel characters: Ghost Rider and Helstrom. Gabriel Luna is set to reprise his role as Ghost Rider, which he originated on screen during Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’s fourth season. But according to Variety, the Hulu version of the character will be completely different and have no ties to S.H.I.E.L.D.’s.Hulu has also ordered a new series starring and produced by Nicole Kidman based on Big Little Lies author Liane Moriarty’s latest novel, Nine Perfect Strangers; new food-focused original series with David Chang and Chrissy Teigen; and a limited series called The Dropout starring Kate McKinnon as disgraced Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes.Additionally, the streaming service revealed a few fun statistics about the way users consume its content: viewers streamed more than 100 million hours of vintage TGIF shows in 2018; true crime drama The Act saw more viewership in its first month than any other Hulu Original series to date; and viewers streamed nearly 1 million hours of Bob Ross’ The Joy of Painting in 2018.This Week in TV TrailersNetworks released trailers for some of the summer’s biggest series, including Hulu’s Veronica Mars revival (which you can watch above) and the upcoming third season of The Handmaid’s Tale, which you can watch here. Other trailers you can watch:The first look at season 2 of HBO’s Succession — watch here The first look at new HBO comedy The Righteous Gemstones — watch hereThe first look at the upcoming sixth season of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. — watch here
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After all the puzzlement, wonder, and possible curses, HBO’s Watchmen is finally out in our world. Exquisitely produced and full of the sort of heady content the prestige cable channel favors, it is easy to see how people will be commenting on its cops-vs.-white supremacists A-plot for the next nine weeks.But as these ideas are only just percolating in the first episode, fans of the original graphic novel have another viewpoint to grapple with: how Watchmen builds on the tangential world of the original 1986 comic book maxiseries by Alan Moore, Dave Gibbons, and John Higgins. As it is now clear this is a story set in that same world with the potential to become a direct sequel, it is fair to examine how executive producer Damon Lindelof (The Leftovers) and his team used the iconography devised by the comic book s creative team to put their treatise on race relations in the Watchmen context.Let’s take a look at what the season premiere revealed about the program’s world so far and how it draws from the comic book to establish its reality.Points of Departure(Photo by Mark Hill/HBO)Any good piece of fiction set in an alternate reality must address the point in history where its world diverges from our own, as Amazon’s The Man in the High Castle, for example, communicates easily. The point at which Watchmen diverges is a little more subtle, as it is not based in a historical event but a movement in fictional storytelling. Considering Moore and his collaborators were working for DC Comics, we’ll use June of 1938 – the publication date of Superman’s first appearance in Action Comics #1 – as the rough moment at which Watchmen s world and our own diverge. If the Watchmen comic book is an examination of a world in which costumed heroes had a real effect on U.S. history, then it is reasonable to assume they first debuted during that pre-war summer.While the point of departure is not addressed in the episode itself, it is worth making that assumption as the episode’s opening scene – a depiction of the Tulsa Race Riot – takes place in 1921, a good decade and change prior to the arrival of masked crusaders. Opening on that tragedy, and the racial motivations behind it, is very much a statement of intent from Lindelof. The Watchmen comic contains a wide number of themes, but race is only partially addressed. In the television series, it is the foundation of its major plotline. In using a real historical event, in which the most affluent black community in the U.S. at the time was leveled, and setting the series in the same city, Watchmen reminds the audience that both our reality and it share an abiding wound despite very different outcomes for Watchmen s World War II and Vietnam War — as well as other conflicts altered thanks to the mere existence of Dr. Manhattan and the other Minute Men.Since the riot took place prior to our presumed point of departure, the legacy of those events simmer under the other, more fantastical events of the Watchmen world. The program’s opening moments – a silent film detailing the exploits of real life U.S. Marshal Bass Reeves – suggests the world of Watchmen may have other points of departure predating 1938.Rorschach’s Mask As a Symbol of White Supremacy(Photo by HBO)Back in Watchmen, it is easy to see Rorschach’s journal as a manifesto more aligned with extremist ideologies. Of course, nothing is truly black and white in that story – which is, in many ways, the whole point – so it is doubly interesting to see his iconography so closely related with the Seventh Kavalry, the unambiguous bad guys of the Tulsa storyline. For readers of the original comic, the journey his mask makes following his death could be one of the most interesting elements of the series fictional history.Spoiler alert: If you haven’t read Watchmen, the following contains spoilers.(Photo by Mark Hill/HBO)In the comic book, Rorschach is the first of the still-active Minute Men to learn of the Comedian’s death, and his investigation brings the others together and eventually leads them to the culprit, Adrian Veidt. But, again, nothing is black and white, so his reasoning for the murder (and the subsequent annihilation of New York) is something most of the characters find they can live with: He intends to scare the world into an age of peace and prosperity. The only one among them who cannot accept murder on this scale as the price of peace is Rorschach himself. And it costs him his life.That reversal is one of the great literary tricks of the original comic book series. Just about every major character has a moment where they are the protagonist and the antagonist, and, as it happens, a reader can find themselves agreeing with Veidt because this is just a story and it is all quite academic (see also: Thanos grim calculus in Avengers: Infinity War). For those readers, Rorschach becomes the bad guy in the story s final pages and, on some readings, you can even see his acceptance of death as a heroic play to stop himself from spoiling Veidt’s golden age.We glimpse that world of peace for a page or two before Rorschach’s journal, which he sent to a conservative-leaning magazine called New Frontiersman, seemingly undoes everything Veidt tried to achieve. At least, we hope subsequent episodes will offer concrete details as to why the paradise the heroes agreed to did not stick. But at the moment, we can infer that the magazine published Rorschach’s journal and made Veidt the enemy of the world (note the newspaper reporting Veidt’s death as “confirmed”). It also, presumably, made Rorschach himself something of a hero among New Frontiersman s readership and, across the decades, he became a central figure of white separatist movements as he was white himself and espoused a certain type of moral purity often popular among extremists — the very one the Seventh Kavalry quote from his journal in their video to the Tulsa police.Rorschach would not necessarily have aligned with the Seventh K during his lifetime — though, we admit, he espoused a lot of their ideas — making it a curious legacy for the character. Again, nothing is black and white in the Watchmen comic, but passing decades have a habit of flattening notable people to a handful of key details and the nuance of Rorschach’s life disappears as he becomes part of the Seventh Kavalry’s mythology. The only thing black-and-white about the representation is the character’s mask, which here has transformed into that group s most powerful symbol.Squid Storms(Photo by Colin Hutton/HBO)The squid looms large in Watchmen history and is the key omission from the 2009 film adaptation. Veidt’s ultimate plan was to unleash an allegedly alien squid on Manhattan, killing all around it and scaring the nations of the world into peace. The creature was the product of the finest minds Veidt could corral – and at least one comic book creator. Until the publication of Rorscach’s journal, the plan worked – as evidenced in the comic’s second-to-last page – but the series introduces unintended consequences, which the book had no interesting in addressing.Watchmen’s debut episode suggests squid storms occur regularly. Much smaller versions of the original creature rain from the sky and are hazardous enough for cities to invest in warning sirens (a newspaper tells us deaths do sometimes occur during these storms). The way Angela Abar (Regina King) deals with the mess the storm leaves on her car shows they are also an annoyance. It may be the program’s best usage of the time gap between the original comic book series and the modern television show, as time has turned Veidt s attempted legacy into an occasional moment of inclement weather.Of course, the Lord of a Country Estate’s (Jeremy Irons) squid-themed anniversary cake suggests Adrian Veidt may have another legacy in the works for the world.One has to wonder if that new legacy will tempt Dr. Manhattan back from Mars. When we last saw him in the comic book, he was unwilling to tell Veidt if the terror he unleashed on New York was worth it in the end. Instead, Manhattan merely says Nothing ever ends. He also mentions leaving Earth s corner of the universe for some place else, but as the first episode reveals, he may have spent the last few decades making sandcastles on the red planet. Will he finally have an answer to Veidt s question?Police-Issue Archies(Photo by Mark Hill)With all that background world building in place, the first episode of Watchmen devotes most of its run-time to its real premise: in 2019 of the Watchmen world, cops dress like superheroes to protect their identities. Angela is known as Sister Night, a Tulsa PD detective who works with Looking Glass (Tim Blake Nelson), Red Scare (Andrew Howard), and the curiously-named Pirate Jenny (Jessica Camacho). They are all distinctive (though rank-and-file offers remain in customary police blues augmented with Watchmen yellow half-masks), suggesting detectives on the Tulsa police force have a major say in their costumes. It also suggests Red Scare did not put a lot of money or effort into his persona.But will all the eye-catching looks, it may have been easy to miss the coffee cup Angela drank from while talking to police chief Judd Crawford (Don Johnson). It had an owl-design which will tip off any and all Watchmen readers that Dan Dreiberg, aka Night Owl II, may have had something to do with Tulsa’s implementation of masks in law enforcement. When we last see him in the comic book, he is one of the few to seemingly thrive in the paradise Veidt tried to create. Is it possible he survived the tumult after Rorschach’s journal went public to become this world’s version of a tech giant?RELATED: What Critics Are Saying About WatchmenThe fact the police use a vehicle very similar to his flying Owlship suggests he or his decedents are profiting from the current climate. Although, it may just be evidence of Crawford s abiding love for all things Nite Owl — he also had a copy of Nite Owl I s autobiography on his desk.But should it turn out that Dan supports or supported police departments after 1986, it also reflects one of the major differences between Watchmen’s world and our own: the lack of the internet. Though not a major idea in this first episode, we hope the lack of a near-instantaneous global communication tool factors in as the series progresses.Or, maybe, the Internet is Veidt’s next attempt at a legacy. Will the Watchmen world be able to handle it?Watchmen airs Sundays at 9 p.m. on HBO. 总体感受的话,作为之前只玩端游的我来说,LOL手游的还原度是我比较在意的点,毕竟我想玩的是英雄联盟,不是其他游戏,目前玩下来感觉还蛮不错的。

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