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If you have a suggestion for a movie or show you think we should do an episode on, let us know in the comments, or email us at rtiswrong@rottentomatoes.com.Meet the hostsJacqueline Coley is an editor at Rotten Tomatoes, with a focus on awards and indie coverage but with a passion for everything, from the MCU to musicals and period pieces. Coley is a regular moderator at conventions and other events, can be seen on Access Hollywood and other shows, and will not stand Constantine slander of any kind. Follow Jacqueline on Twitter: @THATjacqueline.Mark Ellis is a comedian and contributing editor for Rotten Tomatoes. He currently hosts the Rotten Tomatoes series Versus, among others, and can be seen co-hosting the sports entertainment phenomenon Movie Trivia Schmoedown. His favorite Star Wars movie is Jedi (guess which one!), his favorite person is actually a dog (his beloved stepdaughter Mollie), and – thanks to this podcast – he s about to watch Burlesque for the first time in his life. Follow Mark on Twitter: @markellislive.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News. There’s a lot of excitement to be had with the release of Black Widow (out in theaters and on Disney+ with Premier Access on July 9). For one, the title character, played by Scarlett Johansson in the Marvel Cinematic Universe since 2010, finally has her own solo movie. Also, MCU fans finally get a new theatrical feature after two years of drought due to an unfortunate delay. And, finally, it’s also apparently pretty good and worth those two waits.The first crop of reviews for Black Widow, most of them positive, highlight additional things to be excited about specifically, from the performances by Johansson and Marvel newbie Florence Pugh to the relatively grounded action scenes and darker emotional themes for the franchise. It’s obviously not as epic as the last two Avengers movies, though, and whether that makes this a lesser entry or a breath of fresh air will be up for debate.Here’s what critics are saying about Black Widow:Is it worth the wait?Black Widow is finally here after years of delays and pushbacks due to the state of the world – but does it deliver where it needs to? The short answer is yes.  Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyAfter the extended delays of Natasha Romanoff’s long-overdue solo film, Black Widow was certainly worth the wait.  Doug Jamieson, The Jam ReportOur patience pays off… Marvel Studios does it again and delivers the goods.  Danielle Solzman, Solzy at the MoviesBlack Widow manages to be an extremely welcome case of better late than never.  Jamie Jirak, ComicBook.comTruly better so very late than never.  Brian Tallerico, RogerEbert.comThere is a too little, too late sense of closure that makes some of the film’s narrative choices confusing at times.  Mae Abdulbaki, Screen RantHow does it compare to other parts of the MCU?The best aspects of Black Widow echo the ‘70s spy movie tone of one of the best films in the MCU, Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Brian Tallerico, RogerEbert.comThink a scaled-down version of Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Joey Magidson, Awards RadarBetter than Captain America: The Winter Soldier? Probably not. Superior to anything with the word Ant, Doctor, Hulk or even Thor in the title? Most def. Joey Morona, Cleveland Plain DealerBlack Widow is certainly no Thor Ragnarok or Black Panther and has fairly average MCU visuals and fight scenes. Nicole Ackman, Next Best PictureBlack Widow reminds me the most of Doctor Strange — a movie about a complicated adult character facing up to their own actions and redefining their place in the world without blaming it all on bad daddies. Evan Dossey, Midwest Film JournalShifting away from the superhero template into high-octane espionage thriller territory, it makes a far more satisfying female-driven MCU entry than the blandly bombastic Captain Marvel. David Rooney, Hollywood ReporterBlack Widow may be the least Avenger-like movie in the series so far. No offense to the other Avengers, but after all this time a tweak in the formula is a good thing. Caryn James, BBC.com(Photo by ©Marvel Studios)Does it bring anything new to the franchise?More than other Marvel movies, Black Widow tries to ground the story in a personal, character-driven narrative. Brian Lloyd, entertainment.ieIt has some of Marvel s best character dynamics to date. Jamie Jirak, ComicBook.comWhat sets Black Widow apart from the other MCU movies is that it embraces the darkness inherent in the premise of the character. Evan Dossey, Midwest Film JournalMuch of it doesn’t feel like a Marvel film at all, thanks to the darker tone. Nicole Clark, IGN MoviesDoes it work as a standalone movie?The plot… feels small by MCU standards, but that simplicity is a refreshing change of pace for a franchise that’s too often about saving the world. Rob Hunter, Film School RejectsIt s the palate cleanser the franchise needed… a self-contained, back-to-basics adventure that works just as well for newbies and casual viewers as it does for longtime fans. Angie Han, MashableBlack Widow is a pleasure exactly because it is inessential. Nick De Semlyen, Empire MagazineBlack Widow reminds us of the pleasure that can be offered by an MCU movie that isn’t having to do the legwork of setting up the next five chapters. Alonso Duralde, The WrapSomething is definitely set up for the future, but… Marvel could use these occasionally more self-contained films. Joey Magidson, Awards RadarBlack Widow is a rare Marvel production… that almost, almost pulls off the trick of being wholly its own thing. Richard Lawson, Vanity FairBlack Widow is merely a stepping stone film that fills in a few blanks that weren’t really there to begin with. Matt Rodriguez, ShakefireThis movie feels more like an introduction and set up for what is to come, than the solo film this character deserves. Tessa Smith, Mama s Geeky(Photo by ©Marvel Studios)How is the action?The film has some of the best action sequences in recent memory. Mae Abdulbaki, Screen RantA vast team of choreographers, stunt folks and trainers… gives the movie a visual coherence that most Marvel movies lack. Roger Moore, Movie NationThe fight choreography and stunt work here is impressive and occasionally thrilling, but more often than not, the effect is undercut by the over-cutting. Alonso Duralde, The WrapThe editing of the fight scenes is perhaps a touch too unrelentingly fast, often blurring the choreography, but the physical side never feels overwhelmed by CG enhancement. David Rooney, Hollywood ReporterThe physics are different here than in other Marvel movies, more finely attuned to the hardness and weight of things. It all feels a bit more real. Richard Lawson, Vanity FairFeels more grounded than many MCU entries… while we still get some comic book antics showing the expected disregard for physics we also see the physical toll that all that fighting takes on a human body. Rob Hunter, Film School RejectsThe (comparatively) grounded choreography leads to some of Marvel s most thrilling battles since at least Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Angie Han, MashableIt’s a nice dial back from Marvel films whose heroes can feel immortal… feels satisfyingly street level, in a Jessica Jones kind of way. Nicole Clark, IGN MoviesHow is Cate Shortland s work as director?There are moments where Black Widow absolutely benefits from having a woman in the director’s chair. Alonso Duralde, The WrapShortland proves to be one of the few filmmakers to make the leap from the indie circuit and put her own singular fingerprint on the visual identity of the film — Black Widow is one of the most visually coherent solo films of the MCU, with a gritty, streetwise style that feels like Shortland didn’t just hand off the action scenes to a second unit director. Hoai-Tran Bui, SlashfilmShortland s previous work in psychological thrillers The Berlin Syndrome and Lore gives her an edge with the kind of pulpy material at play here. Brian Lloyd, entertainment.ieShortland keeps things moving along, never letting you feel the runtime — efficiently paced and exciting. Joey Magidson, Awards Radar(Photo by Jay Maidment/©Marvel Studios)What about Scarlett Johansson s performance as Natasha?Scarlett Johansson [is] at her best. Jenna Busch, VitalThrills.comJohansson shines in the role, layering her signature bad assery with a previously unseen vulnerability. Joey Morona, Cleveland Plain DealerThe actress makes the most of it and delivers a powerful, moving performance that serves as a fitting farewell to her tenure as this Avenger. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comIt’s Scarlett Johansson who holds the film together and gives it its touch of soul… [She] makes the most vulnerable emotions part of the humanity of her strength. Owen Gleiberman, VarietyDoes Florence Pugh fit well into the franchise?If you re not already a fan of Pugh, you will be by the end of Black Widow. Yelena s a firecracker with great one-liners. Kirsten Acuna, InsiderOne of the most exciting additions to the MCU in some time. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comShe nails it with the spark of someone who’s been kicking around the Marvelverse since day one. Philip De Semlyen, Time OutShe shares much of Natasha’s fighting style while displaying even more sass. Rob Hunter, Film School RejectsHer deadpan is pitch-perfect, coaxing humor out of a traditionally stoic Scarlett Johansson. Where Natasha has coped by turning cold, Yelena has coped with humor. Nicole Clark, IGN MoviesPugh has a dangerous physicality to her as well, which lends to one of the best aspects of Black Widow. Hoai-Tran Bui, Slashfilm(Photo by Jay Maidment/©Marvel Studios)How are the villains in the film?Taskmaster certainly isn’t going to go down as one of the MCU’s best villains, but Black Widow makes good use of the character [as] a seemingly unstoppable force. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comRay Winstone also makes a great antagonist as Dreykov, conveying an insidious cruelty that is more devastating than most other MCU villains that have come before. Mae Abdulbaki, Screen RantOne of the better executions of villainy in the MCU… Dreykov’s character coheres effortlessly and successfully, feeling earned and without a hint of desperate pandering to feminists. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionJust having Winstone in this picture lifts it several notches, and he is deliciously fun and scarily authentic as the villain of the piece. Pete Hammond, DeadlineRay Winstone is one of the weakest in the franchise. Joey Magidson, Awards RadarHow is the script?The plot [is] blessedly clean, caulking the spaces in between the stepping stones with characters’ interpersonal dynamics while avoiding any convolution. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionThere is a lot of talking here, and if you aren’t willing, interested or inclined to invest yourself in the characters, it will likely be at the bottom of your re-watch pile. Evan Dossey, Midwest Film JournalThere is a moment that the writers seem to have decided they didn t have an answer to so they just skipped past it and onto the resolution. Amelia Emberwing, WhatToWatchBlack Widow feels of little consequence, delivering a story that has written itself into a corner with nowhere to go. Matt Rodriguez, ShakefireRyan FujitaniIs it a positive step for female characters in the MCU?We finally get to see Natasha… in a film full of women. Sorry, I mean freaking badass women. And it’s wonderful. Jenna Busch, VitalThrills.comBlack Widow puts female issues front and center without ever making it feel forced or preachy. Rob Hunter, Film School RejectsNeedless to say, the movie does a far better job than the rah-rah inclusivity gesture at the end of Endgame to play up its feminist leanings. Black Widow not only passes the Bechdel Test; it forces men to squeam as it puts them in their place. Eric Kohn, IndieWireDeriving strength from enduring suffering feels as slimy as it does tragic, a nail in the coffin to Marvel’s handling of women superheroes. Nicole Clark, IGN MoviesDoes the movie have any major problems?Natasha is more of a driving force for the other characters around her… even with her name in the title, the spotlight is constantly on someone else. Matt Rodriguez, ShakefireThe movie definitely wraps up a little too quickly; it s as if Marvel Studios had suddenly remembered they had to get Natasha where she needed to be for Infinity War. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comDescribing the horrors of the Red Room and the Black Widow program in a scene that s meant to be solely comedic because Disney s too afraid to get real with its media? That s maybe something we could have done without. Amelia Emberwing, WhatToWatch(Photo by Jay Maidment/©Marvel Studios)Will it leave fans hopeful for the future of the MCU?The themes of family and women s agency that it explores are a welcome addition to the MCU and hopefully a good indication of where Phase 4 is going. Nicole Ackman, Next Best PictureThe swings that the film takes make it an interesting entry… I’m glad the studio was willing to go all the way with it. Here’s to Marvel taking more risks in the future. Evan Dossey, Midwest Film Journal[It] should hopefully set the bar of inclusiveness for the remainder of Phase Four. Nate Adams, The Only CriticBy delivering a story that satisfies on its own terms… it makes a compelling case for moving ahead with this franchise into the future. Angie Han, MashableThe sorry thing of the film, really, is that this needn’t have been a Marvel movie at all. Richard Lawson, Vanity FairBlack Widow releases in theaters and streams on Disney+ with Premier Access on July 9, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
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This Week s Ketchup brings you more headlines from the world of film development news, covering such titles as Deadpool 3, The Suicide Squad, a Spike Lee Viagra musical (yes, really), and a pair of ensemble thrillers.This WEEK S TOP STORYDEADPOOL 3 MOVES FORWARD AT MARVEL STUDIOSRyan FujitaniIt s now been over a year and a half since Disney officially acquired the film and TV properties of the former 20th Century Fox, which included the various Marvel titles that had previously been at Fox, like Fantastic Four and everything-X-Men-related. Although there have been the expected rumors and mentions at San Diego Comic-Con, we hadn t officially heard of any of the Fox/Marvel titles moving forward through the usual development process at Marvel Studios, but we now know which movie has that distinction first. Marvel Studios has officially hired the screenwriting sisters team of Wendy Molyneux and Lizzie Molyneux-Loeglin (Bob s Burgers, The Great North) to start work on the Deadpool 3 screenplay, with Ryan Reynolds attached to reprise his role as the merc with a mouth. Reportedly, Marvel has been meeting with writers pitching their Deadpool 3 ideas for about a month, with the Molyneux sisters eventually pitching the perfect fit [Marvel] wanted. Although no premise has been announced yet, the character might be the best choice of all the Fox titles to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe first because of his frequent ability to break the fourth wall, both in the comics and in the movies (as in, he might be the character most aware of possible alternate realities, a la Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse). It s not yet known if other Deadpool 2 co-stars like Zazie Beetz as Domino or Josh Brolin as Cable might also appear in Deadpool 3, or whether, for example, anyone in the MCU might notice how much Cable looks like Thanos. There is no release date for Deadpool 3, but given the various COVID-19-related delays, it probably won t be until sometime in 2023 or 2024 at the earliest.Other Top Headlines1. LADY GAGA WILL BOOK A SEAT ON BRAD PITT S BULLET TRAIN(Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/Getty Images)Brad Pitt has been attached for a while now to star in the action thriller Bullet Train (based on the 2010 Japanese novel Maria Beetle) for Sony Pictures, but this week, the film s cast expanded quite a bit, revealing it might be similar in style to 1970s ensemble disaster movies like Airport and The Towering Inferno. The latest addition to Bullet Train is singer-turned-actress Lady Gaga, who is probably the biggest star of the group added this week, but she s expected to have a smaller supporting role. Deadpool 2 star Zazie Beetz also joined the cast, but likewise, her role isn t known. Another superhero movie co-star, Michael Shannon (Man of Steel), also joined Bullet Train this week. Finally, there s also TV s Masi Oka (Heroes, Hawaii-Five-0), likewise in an unknown role. Other members of the Bullet Train ensemble will include Logan Lerman, Joey King, Aaron Taylor-Johnson (Marvel s Quicksilver), Brian Tyree Henry (from Atlanta, as is Zazie Beetz), and Andrew Koji (Storm Shadow in the upcoming Snake Eyes movie). Bullet Train will be directed by David Leitch, who s coming off a hot streak that includes Atomic Blonde (Certified Fresh at 78%), Deadpool 2 (Certified Fresh at 84%), and Fast Furious Presents: Hobbs Shaw (Fresh at 67%).2. HE GOT GAME: SPIKE LEE TO DIRECT VIAGRA MUSICAL(Photo by Kristin Callahan/Everett Collection)First discovered in 1989 as a possible treatment for chest pain, Pfizer introduced the prescription drug sildenafil under the brand name Viagra in 1998 as a medication to treat erectile dysfunction in men. It may have been inevitable that we would eventually get a movie about the invention of Viagra, but few could have guessed that when we did, it would be a musical co-written and directed by Spike Lee. Lee will adapt the screenplay with screenwriter Kwame Kwei-Armah (TV s Walter s War, Elmina s Kitchen) from the 2018 Esquire article All Rise: The Untold Story of The Guys Who Launched Viagra (which you can read right here). (One reason the musical might currently be untitled is that the title All Rise was recently taken by a CBS courtroom drama.) The original songs and music will be written by the team of Stew Stewart and Heidi Rodewald, the creators of the rock musical Passing Strange. In a statement too long to fully quote here, Lee addressed his excitement about this project by frequently using his Shift key: So Finally Going Into My 4th Decade As A Filmmaker I Will Be Directing A DANCIN’,ALL SINGIN’ MUSICAL Spike Lee Joint And I Can’t Wait. My Moms Has Been Waiting TOO!!! And Dats Da Rodgers And Hammerstein Truth, Ruth. 3. THE MYSTERY GENRE REVIVAL CONTINUES WITH NEW SAOIRSE RONAN MOVIE (Photo by RCF/Everett Collection)Two of 2017 s Best Picture nominees (amid other nominations) at the 90th Annual Academy Awards were Lady Bird and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, and this week, two of the stars of those films were announced to star in a new film together. Saoirse Ronan, Sam Rockwell, and David Oyelowo (Selma) have all signed on to star in an untitled murder mystery thriller from Searchlight Pictures to be directed by British TV director Tom George. 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The 50 Best TV Seasons of the 2010s, According to the TomatometerWe re celebrating the best TV of the decade with a look at the top-scoring seasons of 2010–2019, according to the Tomatometer. The second season of Phoebe Waller-Bridge s Fleabag takes the top spot, but don t feel bad for season 1; it appears at No. 1 our list. Fellow Amazon Prime series Catastrophe, from creators Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney, tops the list for number of total seasons on the list with three of its four seasons Certified Fresh at 100% on the Tomatometer placing at Nos. 14, 15, and 25. Netflix title Master of None is the only show with two seasons in the top 10.All of the seasons are Certified Fresh at 100%, by the way. We re showing 50 here, but there are a total of 94 TV seasons from the decade that have 100% Certified Fresh scores. We ranked them according to the number of reviews each had at the season level. Fleabag season 2, for instance, has 95 season-level reviews with Insecure season 1 hot on its heels with 94 reviews. Meanwhile, season 2 of anthology series Fargo, which starred Patrick Wilson and Kirsten Dunst, has a total of 230 reviews total across the season and 10 episodes, but only 58 at the season level, and so the title appears lower on the list. But getting episode-level reviews is an accomplishment in itself; most shows don t get enough reviews on each episode to get episodic scores.Broad City and Jane the Virgin — girl power! — have the most seasons in the top 200 seasons of the decade with four each. Fan favorite Breaking Bad is represented twice, while Cobra Kai, which surprised audiences with its 100% Tomatometer score last year is at No. 11. The highest-ranked superhero series is Marvel s Agents of Shield season 3. Meanwhile, some incredible TV seasons – many of Game of Thrones’, the current season of Watchmen – missed the list, because of just a few dissenting reviews.Read on to find out which titles placed in the best TV of the decade.Which is your favorite 100%  Certified Fresh season of TV? Let us know in the comments.
10. The Finale in Session 9 (2001) 64%A condemned asylum. Inside: clattering chains, disturbed wheelchairs, and crumbling wards. A group of people enter to clean up the place, some who harbor dark histories. Sound like a set up for classic dark and stormy Gothic tale? Not so with Session 9. What kind of clean up crew would work at night? Come on, this is a horror movie: Logic is king here. A slow atmospheric burn with minimal gore until its final minutes, but even when things go to hell, the blood is bathed in New England sun.9. Freddy s Coming For You in A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) 95%Time for a victory lap: Hop into the convertible on this bright school morning having vanquished the tormentor of fatal dreams, turn around and wave goodbye to your mom standing on the porch. Suddenly, the top slams down and the car peels down the street, as mama is sucked through the front door window. The nightmare has only just begun. The original Friday the 13th s Jason Voorhees made the last-second jump scare a mandatory inclusion for 80s slashers and beyond. Freddy Krueger may have perfected it.8. Michael Myers Stalking in Halloween (1978) 96%John Carpenter s classic did a lot of things right. Gave us a classic creepy synth score. Destroyed suburbia s manicured image as a stronghold of safety and comfort. And it rolled out the red carpet to let masked killer Michael Myers to wander and stalk his prey in broad daylight. The shot of Myers staring up at you from among the billowing laundry sheets hung to dry in the yard remains an iconic and violating image.7. The Day After in The Hills Have Eyes (2006) 52%The Carter family is subjected to a litany of brutal terror over the course of 24 hours. During the initial day, they re led off-road and their car gets mangled in the desert. The family separates in search for help. A dog gets gutted. The gas station attendant commits suicide. And always mutants are watching them from afar in the brush and rocks, leading to a long night of crucifixions, immolation, rape, murder, and baby-snatching. And then the next day, the cannibals feast on sun-cooked flesh. It s a torturous chain of events that transforms the remaining Carters into out-for-blood hunters in a highly questionable, deeply satisfying revenge ending.6. Randy s Death in Scream 2 (1997) 81%You knew director Wes Craven wasn t fooling around when he killed off know-it-all cinebuff Randy, portrayed by Jamie Kennedy as someone as smart and cynical as the audience. How could he have fallen for the afternoon masked killer in the local news van with noisy nearby breakdancers? Oldest trick in the book! But it s also series most shocking homicide outside of Drew Barrymore s, the one that tells the oh-so-smart audience that no one was truly safe. The Arquettes, Courteney and David as Gale and Dewey, frantically search for the killer in the college square by accosting students with their new-fangled mobile phones, presenting on screen when awful taunting calls escaped the constraints of landlines and curly cords, and into a new world of free-roaming terror.5. The Ceremony in The Wicker Man (1973) 88%Midsommar owes a blood debt to this provincial classic: the unsettling tale of an uptight Christian cop investigating a young girl s disappearance on an island of decadent mystic pagans has thematic and visual parallels to Aster s film. Likewise, nearly the entire movie is set during the day among verdant nature and maypole celebrations and foreshadowing musical rhymes that seem to follow the officer everywhere he goes. It s far too late when he realizes the true nature of his work, leading to a fiery climax in the friscalating dusk light.4. The Premonition in Final Destination 2 (2003) 48%Some of the best horror wedges its way into the normal, degrading the routine and humdrum into a morass of paranoia and fear. Final Destination 2 does that with the daily morning commute, because what could be more humdrum than getting in our 1,000 lb. metal husks every day, navigating them manually down the road as cars careen towards us in the opposite direction separated only by capriciously painted lines on the ground? Suddenly, something as innocent as a flatbed of loose tree logs becomes a rolling thunder revue of broken windshield, splattered heads, and Michael Bay–style auto explosions.3. The Opening Chase in 28 Weeks Later (2007) 71%28 Days Later s famous opening features calm shots of the hero wandering an empty London metropolis depopulated by zombies moments we would consider eerie, almost beautiful, but not scary. 28 Weeks Later takes the opposite approach. It s set in the countryside, as a band of infected descend upon defenseless survivors. The camera is in your face, the footage choppy and frantically (but not confusingly) edited, save for a gliding crane shot as our new hero flees across the field and towards a waiting river boat. The fact that he just abandoned his wife to the zombies moments earlier contribute to the gut-punching bleakness of the situation. Now that we consider scary.2. Leatherface Appears in The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974) 89%Like a rusty chainsaw, Tobe Hooper s horror masterpiece takes a moment to rev up. But once it gets going, the movie is relentless, grinding down the viewer s endurance up until the famous ending of Leatherface cutting the rising sun light in boiling anger. It s a great final appearance, but his first introduction is even better. Hapless travelers, in search of gas for their thirsty boogie van, approach a piquant homestead, oblivious that its inhabitants are cannibal freaks who have no qualms doing their dirty deeds in daylight. Leatherface suddenly appears from out of a hallway, smashes his victim s head in with a hammer as the body crumples and twitches on the ground, and then slides the slaughterhouse door shut. Looks like meat s back on the menu, boys!1. The Beach Attack in Jaws (1975) 98%The scene that made a generation of filmgoers terrified of open water. It s immaculately crafted pop horror and it still works today. Steven Spielberg uses a collage of beach crowd noise and throngs of people innocently rising to disorient the viewer, telling us to be just as alert as Roy Scheider s police chief. Spielberg famously had to use every filmmaking tool he knew to overcome critical obstacles like a malfunctioning shark, and here heightens and stylizes reality as Jaws approaches the beach. A split diopter lens shot puts an obtrusive face and a possibly drowning distant swimmer in equal focus. A dog is discovered missing. We get that terrifying first-person viewpoint as Jaws picks his victim, and the incessant John Williams theme building on the soundtrack. Then a dolly zoom as terror dawns on Schieider s face. A geyser of blood erupts out in the ocean as pure pandemonium breaks out, and a frantic mother loses her son. It s a powerful scene in how powerless it makes a man of law feel against a force of nature.Like this? 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(Photo by Paramount Pictures)The movie Airplane!, which celebrates its 40th anniversary on July 2, is routinely regarded as the crème de la crème of spoof films.Filmmakers Jim Abrahams and brothers David Zucker and Jerry Zucker’s goofy comedy is meant to be a send-up of the Airport movies of the 1970s which capitalized on large star-studded casts and even larger theatrics as well as other films. It s Certified Fresh at 97% on the Tomatometer, and decades after its release, it still regularly makes it onto people’s lists of favorite comedies, even as the spoof comedy has fallen out of vogue.Simply put, Airplane! works because it covers something that is deathly serious  an airline disaster but doesn’t take itself too seriously. In addition to an inflatable cockpit autopilot named Otto and Lloyd Bridges’ increasingly frantic control tower supervisor he picked the wrong week to quit smoking, drinking, taking amphetamines, and sniffing glue there’s a running joke centered on whether Leslie Nielsen s Dr. Rumack understands the difference between the woman’s name Shirley and the adverb “surely.”But, even prospective first-time viewers who might balk at the spoiler-heavy paragraph above would clearly have gotten a sense of what kind of film Airplane! is from its title alone. Or, more specifically, from the exclamation point in its title.“An exclamation point is usually used for a different meaning… like a strength or importance or [to get you to] pay attention,” says Mike Kaplan, a film marketing strategist also known for his extensive collection of vintage movie posters. “With Airplane!, as I remember it, it’s a satire on the other movies that have used it. It’s an interesting jumping-off point for sure.”Kaplan, who worked on posters and campaigns for films like A Clockwork Orange, says it’s not necessarily a bad thing to see punctuation used in cinematic titles or posters as long as it “works organically” and doesn’t have the “feeling that it s been manipulated.” The point is to not be bothered by it, to almost forget it’s there.Before we spoke, he said he never paid much attention to the use of the symbol. He then remembered he’d worked on a couple campaigns that used it, including director Lindsay Anderson’s 1973 dramedy, O Lucky Man!, which stars Malcolm McDowell. Kaplan participated in a documentary about Anderson in which McDowell tells the story that the film was originally meant to be called Lucky Man, but that Anderson changed the title after reading the treatment because, Kaplan says, “that’s signifying it s more important, and that a title like Lucky Man could mean… you’re lucky for different things. But O Lucky Man! gives it a universality and importance, almost a philosophical statement.” Kaplan says he remembers the exclamation point coming in around when he did the film’s first title treatment. Anderson, whom he recalls had distinct handwriting and always wrote with red Pentel pens, responded back by noting a red exclamation point next to the title. Kaplan says it was “just the icing on the cake.”(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)As with O Lucky Man!, the exclamation point in Airplane! does a lot of the heavy lifting from a marketing standpoint. The symbol is almost shouting to the audience that the film doesn’t take itself too seriously and that some zany hijinks are in store.But this wasn’t always the case. The exclamation point used to be revered, and it was only used to signify grandeur and grab your attention. You see it in the 1960s musicals Hello, Dolly! and Oliver!.Robert Lee, a musical theatre writer who is on the faculty of the Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, says he doesn’t know for sure why either of those two musicals has an exclamation point in its title, although he points out that both are set in the 1800s and “trade in nostalgia.” He wonders if they’re there to channel “old-time theater handbills” from an era when literacy rates were lower and when the exclamation point was used as a sort of punctuational carnival barker on posters to grab your attention. He also adds that both are titles derived from the leads’ names and songs sung about them.Both were also known for show-stopping numbers, and their trailers create the feeling that these are films the whole family cannot miss (even though the latter’s focus on starving London orphans isn’t exactly a happy-go-lucky topic).They’re also both based on stage productions, a medium that has a long love affair with the symbol. The double-punctuated musical revue Oh! Calcutta!, which debuted Off-Broadway in 1969, has what a 2015 New York Daily News article describes as “a pair of grammatical jazz hands.” The article quotes a branding specialist who says the title for that production works because it brings urgency, excitement and humor.”(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)Abrahams and the Zucker brothers wrote the screenplay for their comedic masterpiece based on the 1957 film Zero Hour!, a World War II drama from director Hall Bartlett that takes itself extremely seriously (the Zuckers bought the rights to the film, so there’s no issue of copyright infringement). A a representative for David Zucker confirms that the filmmakers kept the exclamation point in their film’s title for that reason. They would go on to use it for other screwball spoofs like Top Secret! (a parody on both musicals and Cold War-era spy films) and their TV series Police Squad! (a knock on cop dramas), the precursor to the Naked Gun films.Henry Fuhrmann is a professor at University of Southern California’s Annenberg School of Communications and Journalism and a former chief of the Los Angeles Times copy editing desk – where he had a reputation, among myself and others, for his extreme distaste for the exclamation point. During our interview, he thinks of classic front-page headlines where the exclamation point was unavoidable, such as the one for D-Day that screamed Invasion! But he also references the F. Scott Fitzgerald quote: “Cut out all these exclamation points. An exclamation point is like laughing at your own joke.”(Photo by Douglas Aircraft Co./Los Angeles Times)He says that exclamation points were usually thought to be unnecessary in formal writing, because if a sentence “has the right active, strong verb, it will connote the tenor of the drama that you’re trying to say.”Fuhrmann says it’s a testament to Airplane! that not including the exclamation point is “an obvious error to anyone” because “you just know it’s a part of the title. Brands like Yahoo!, which also uses the punctuation symbol, do not get the same kind of respect.“It definitely works in Airplane!,” he says, because “it s just a small thing with potentially great power, and that’s what makes punctuation so interesting.”But the advent of social media has made us crave an even stronger hit of punctuation endorphins. Fuhrmann points to Gretchen McCulloch’s 2019 book Because Internet: Understanding the New Rules of Language. There, McCulloch argues that our language has evolved so that the exclamation point connotes “warmth or sincerity, rather than just excitement.” The Comedy Central series Corporate, a dark satire about white-collar desk jockeys, directly addresses this. A broken keyboard forces one of the leads to stop using exclamation points in his emails, resulting in his bosses feeling personally attacked.pic.twitter.com/EKYFzrL95B comedycentral (@ComedyCentral) February 4, 2019However, McCulloch equates the overuse of exclamation points to “hyperbolic adjectives” like the word awesome that “lose their force through overuse.” These days, an exclamation point just doesn t convey as much as it used to. Does this mean that any potential remake of Airplane! will inevitably require multiple exclamation points in its title? Surely you can t be serious.Where You Can Watch It NowFandangoNOW (rent/own), Amazon (rent/own), Google (rent/own), iTunes (rent/own), Netflix (stream) Vudu (rent/own)Airplane! was released on July 2, 1980.
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亚博网购彩大厅APP Disney+ has the potential to utterly change the streaming market. First hinted at several years ago and announced in 2017, Disney s bid to enter the field seemed to spur on its quest to purchase the 20th Century Fox assets and separate itself from Netflix.One potentially important difference, depending on the details, is price: .99. Netflix s lowest tier is available at .99 (one screen at a time with standard definition). Also, at launch, Disney+ will be available to U.S. consumers in a bundle with ad-supported Hulu and ESPN+ for .99 per month, CEO Bob Iger announced in a Walt Disney Company earnings call on August 6 — that is, the same as the mid-tier pricing plan for Netflix (watch on two screens at a time with HD available and video downloads available on two phones or tablets). Netflix s premium plan is priced at .99 per month.Now that the platform will launch in just a few months, the shape of Disney+ at launch is becoming clearer – as is its roadmap for the first few years of its life. With competitive pricing, key feature-film brands, and an impressive library, Disney’s streaming service could become a major competitor to Netflix. And now with Fox in the family, the potential is even bigger. Come take a look at what we know about Disney+ and how it might change your viewing habits in the 2020s.Disney+ s Price and Launch DateStarting November 12, 2019, subscribers can enjoy 7,500 episodes of both current and concluded TV shows (like The Simpsons), 25 original series — including Star Wars series The Mandalorian at launch — 10 original movies and specials, 100 recently-released Disney theatrical films, and 400 movies from Disney’s library for .99 a month (or a yearly price of .99). That price point will definitely make people give Disney+ a try. Then there is the bundle with Hulu and ESPN+ at .99, giving subscribers a whole lot to love about this new streaming service.Consumers can subscribe to Disney+ directly at DisneyPlus.com or via in-app purchase from the following partner platforms and devices (dependent on country):Amazon (Fire TV Devices, Fire TV Edition Smart TVs, and Fire Tablets)Apple (iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Apple TV, and fully integrated with the Apple TV app; customers can subscribe to Disney+ via in-app purchase)Google (Android phones, Android TV devices, Google Chromecast and Chromecast built-in devices)LG Smart TVs with webOSMicrosoft (Xbox One)Samsung Smart TVsSony / Sony Interactive Entertainment (all Android based Sony TVs and PlayStation®4)Roku (Roku® streaming players and Roku TV™ models)For a full list of supported devices visit here.See The Launch List below for the full roster of film and show titles.Disney+ Will Be Home Disney’s Family Programming, Including Pixar Films(Photo by © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures )The service will focus on the more family-friendly aspects of the Disney empire, including its Pixar Animation Studios films. Other film content includes the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Star Wars movies, and the animated library of the Walt Disney Studio itself. The entire Pixar library,” all “animated Disney classics from the vault,” and more recent features like Moana and Frozen debut on the platform across the first year, Kevin Mayer, Disney chairman of Direct-to-Consumer International, explained at the service’s D23 presentation in August. He also mentioned that movies like Bedknobs and Broomsticks will also be available alongside 5,000 episodes of Disney Channel and Disney Jr. content. And once on the service, this material will be there “permanently,” according to Mayer.The potential here is huge, especially when one considers just how vast Disney’s film and television holdings really are. Beyond the obvious Pixar, Marvel, Lucasfilm, and Disney animation content, there is the wealth of ABC family sitcoms, older archival material from the ’50s and ’60s, and even PG material from 20th Century Fox, including PG-13 Avatar. Not all of it will be available at launch, of course, but the content Disney+ will contain is staggering. So whether your nostalgia compels you to watch That’s So Raven, Malcolm in the Middle, or the odd episode of The Wonder World of Color, Disney+ will eventually have you covered.Meanwhile, Disney’s less family-friendly material will likely find a home at Hulu, which Disney now controls after agreeing to buy Comcast’s stake in the service. Expect the Alien films and classic Fox fare like Dr. Dolittle and Cleopatra to appear on that service before too long.See The Launch List below for the full roster of film and show titles.Disney+ Will Feature at Least Three Star Wars ShowsThe Mandalorian(Photo by Disney+)As streaming services will need “killer app”–style content at launch from now on, Disney+ s first announced exclusive series is The Mandalorian, a stand-alone Star Wars series from Iron Man director Jon Favreau. As he previously revealed, the series will feature all-new characters making their way in the galaxy after the fall of the Empire in Return of the Jedi, but before The First Order’s deadly attack on the New Republic in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Into that milieu, audiences will discover a Mandalorian gunfighter operating on the Outer Rim, where the worries of the New Republic barely exist and violence still forms the rule of law.The Mandalorian will star Pedro Pascal, Gina Carano, Giancarlo Esposito, Emily Swallow, Carl Weathers, Omid Abtahi, Werner Herzog, and Nick Nolte, according to StarWars.com’s official announcement. Dave Filoni (Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Star Wars Rebels) is directing the first episode (and executive producing alongside Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy and Colin Wilson), while other directors will include Deborah Chow (Jessica Jones), Rick Famuyiwa (Dope), Bryce Dallas Howard (Solemates), and Taika Waititi (Thor: Ragnarok).Untitled Obi-Wan Kenobi Series(Photo by Industrial Light & Magic/Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation/Courtesy Everett Collection)In August, multiple outlets reported that Ewan McGregor was in talks to potentially return to the franchise as Obi-Wan Kenobi, reprising his role in a limited series on the streaming service after a potential prequel film about the character fell apart in 2017. The event series could consist of up to six episodes, according to original source StarWarsNews.net. McGregor famously took over the role of Ben Kenobi in the Star Wars prequels from Alec Guinness, who played Luke Skywalker s Jedi mentor in the original trilogy.McGregor appeared on the D23 stage to confirm the rumors with a simple “yes.” The series will be set in a time contemporaneous with the events of Solo: A Star Wars Story, according to a timeline shown during the D23 presentation. We are really close, we have all the scripts written, we are ready to start shooting next year, Kennedy said.(Photo by Jesse Grant/Getty Images for Disney)McGregor added that after four years of starts and stops, it was wonderful to finally say he was back.The new series takes place eight years after the events of Revenge of the Sith, where we last saw Obi-Wan delivering the infant Luke Skywalker to his Tatooine homestead, StarWars.com reported.At the end of September, StarWars.com also announced that Deborah Chow, who directed episodes of The Mandalorian, will helm the series.“We really wanted to select a director who is able to explore both the quiet determination and rich mystique of Obi-Wan in a way that folds seamlessly into the Star Wars saga,  Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy said. Based on her phenomenal work developing our characters in The Mandalorian, I’m absolutely confident Deborah is the right director to tell this story.”The series will be written by Hossein Amini (The Alienist, Drive). Chow, Amini, and McGregor will serve as executive producers alongside Kennedy, Tracey Seaward (The Queen), and John Swartz (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story). Lucasfilm’s Executive Vice President Production Jason McGatlin will serve as co-producer.RELATED: Everything We Know About The Mandalorian Untitled Cassian Andor Series(Photo by Walt Disney Pictures/Lucasfilm)The second series, which has not yet been named, will feature Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’s Diego Luna reprising his role as Rebel spy Cassian Andor. Alan Tudyk will also return as Cassian’s droll droid accomplice K-2SO. Considering the events of Rogue One, the series will be a prequel to that film and chart his earlier operations with the still-growing Rebel Alliance.During the Disney+ presentation at D23, Kennedy referred to the program as a “spy series,” suggesting a certain tone for the production. As it is a prequel to Rogue One, Luna quipped “we’re going to look younger” and said the first season will be “10 hours or more.”The service will also be the exclusive home of Star Wars: The Clone Wars’ seventh season. The animated series was something of a victim of Lucasfilm s transition into the Disney family, but its dedicated fanbase was happy to learn it would continue on Disney+ when executive producer Dave Filoni announced its return at Comic-Con back in 2018. The new season will debut in February 2020.Each show illustrates Disney s dedication to the Star Wars brand and the understanding that programs set in that universe will get people to subscribe.See The Launch List below for the full roster of film and show titles.Avengers Heroes Loki, Scarlet Witch, Vision, Falcon, and Winter Soldier Will Star in Their Own Disney+ Series(Photo by @ Marvel Studios)Marvel Studios will enter the television format for the first time on Disney+ by producing a number of limited series set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. And with Marvel Studios CEO Kevin Feige’s promotion to Chief Creative Officer of Marvel, the television and film offerings will be more entwined than ever before. The initial three series developed for the platform are key components of the MCU’s Phase 4 timeline. Additionally, Feige recently clarified characters from the forthcoming She-Hulk, Moon Knight, and Ms. Marvel series will make their way into Marvel movies after they debut on Disney+. As someone once said, “It’s all connected,” and the Disney+ series will be required viewing for Marvel fans.RELATED: 21 Most Memorable Movie Moments: The Snap from Avengers: Infinity War (2018) The Falcon and the Winter SoldierNew concept art from #TheFalconAndTheWinterSoldier from the #DisneyPlus doc Marvel Studios: Expanding the Universe pic.twitter.com/2bbHWw63Uw Rotten Tomatoes (@RottenTomatoes) November 12, 2019The first of these will be The Falcon and the Winter Soldier starring Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan in the title roles. Picking up from the events of Avengers: Endgame, the series will reportedly deal with Sam (Mackie) deciding to pick up the shield and name Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) gave him in the film’s closing moments. Emily VanCamp will return as Sharon Carter, while Daniel Brühl will reprise his role as Zemo, the man who brought down the Avengers in Captain America: Civil War, while Wyatt Russell will play John Walker — the U.S. Agent of Marvel Comics fame.Our first look at Wyatt Russell s character John Walker in #TheFalconAndTheWinterSoldier pic.twitter.com/KHcuVsP3sE— Rotten Tomatoes (@RottenTomatoes) November 12, 2019Will he stoke the flames of unrest around the Falcon’s ascendancy as the new Cap? The series, which began production in the first full week of November 2019, is set to debut in August 2020.WandaVisionNext will be WandaVision with Elizabeth Olsen returning as Wanda Maximoff – aka the Scarlet Witch – and Paul Bettany as Vision. But how can this be? Vision died in Avengers: Infinity War and was not one of the lucky ones revived during the Second Snap. Olsen once said the series will see Wanda and Vision in a “1950s” setting, which suggests the series may be taking its cues from the 2015 Vision comic book series. In that story by Tom King and Gabriel Walta, Vision created his own ideal nuclear family. It goes very wrong. At the D23 presentation, writer Jac Schaeffer said the show will be “half-sitcom” and “half MCU adventure.” A video revealing The Dick Van Dyke Show as a major influence only strengthened the impression that Wanda may be wishing herself into another genre altogether. And whatever Wanda does to make her own idyllic life, a grown up Monica Rambeau (played by Teyonah Parris) will be there to bring her back to the present. At D23, Feige announced Kat Dennings had joined the cast — reprising her role as Thor’s Darcy Lewis — with Randall Park also reprising his role as Ant-Man and the Wasp’s Agent Jimmy Woo. And to accent the sitcom feel, Kathryn Hahn will play the “nosey neighbor” in that laugh track reality. The events of the series will tie directly to the upcoming film Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which will also feature Olsen. The series, reportedly also in production, will arrive on Disney+ in early 2021.(Photo by Walt Disney Pictures)Tom Hiddleston will return as the God of Mischief in the 2021 limited series Loki. The story will follow the Loki who escaped from custody in Endgame with a divergent copy of the Space Stone. It seems he will also get access to time travel as early photos see Loki in a 1970s New York. Divergent timelines are a hell of thing and this will presumably be the series to examine what it means for the MCU going forward. Also, Feige recently mentioned the series will create repercussions that will be felt in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, further strengthening the ties between the Disney+ programs and the films.What If …?Marvel Studios will also provide Disney+ with an animated series. Based on the classic Marvel Comics title What If …?, each animated segment will address a different outcome to key MCU events – probably through the lens of those pesky divergent timelines. As an example, the first episode will ask “What if Peggy Carter took the super solider serum instead of Steve Rogers?” The answer will feature the voice of Hayley Atwell as a super-strong Agent Carter and, presumably, the voice of Evans as a 98-lb Steve who becomes the first Iron Man thanks to Howard Stark. Tying the series together will be Jeffrey Wright as Uatu the Watcher, the host of the What If …? comic book and the viewer’s guide into the strangest of the Marvel series for the streaming service, which will debut in mid 2021.HawkeyeBrand new #Hawkeye concept art from #DisneyPlus s Marvel Studios: Expanding the Universe pic.twitter.com/Ad8KXxO2bi Rotten Tomatoes (@RottenTomatoes) November 12, 2019Jeremy Renner will play Clint Barton once more in Hawkeye. The last of the Phase 4 Disney+ series will see Clint meeting and training a new Hawkeye named Kate Bishop. The part has not yet been cast, but the character is a fan favorite from comic books like Young Avengers and her own Hawkeye comics. It will premiere in 2021.Ms. MarvelBased on the Kamala Khan character created in 2013 by Sana Amanat, Stephen Wacker, G. Willow Wilson, and Adrian Alphona, the series will introduce the popular teen Inhuman to the MCU. And as Feige put it, “You will meet her in her Disney+ series and see her in our films.” A commitment to what Ms. Marvel fans have wanted for ages.Moon KnightThe subject of many rumors during Marvel’s alliance with Netflix, Disney+ will serve as home to a Moon Knight series. As Feige explained, it is an “action adventure series” featuring the Marvel character Mark Specter. “He was left for dead and he may or may not be infused with powers from the moon god,” he explained “Or he might be crazy.”She-HulkBut in a move which thrilled the D23 audience, Feige revealed She-Hulk will join the Disney+ lineup. “Bruce Banner is no longer the only Hulk in the MCU. She’s a Hulk and she’s a lawyer,” Feige said.Disney+ Will Feature a Monsters, Inc. Series, Muppets, New Lizzie McGuire, and Other Series Based on Disney and Fox Properties(Photo by ©Walt Disney Co./Courtesy Everett Collection)Outside of Marvel and Star Wars, Disney+ will rely on some of its best-known properties to entice Disney fans into subscribing. Series based on Monsters Inc. and The Mighty Ducks are both in development. A new version of High School Musical based around one school s production of High School Musical, is also on its way.A new Muppets short-form series, Muppets Now, will see the Jim Henson characters in new, “unscripted” situations.Monsters at Work stars Ben Feldman as a recent graduate of Monsters University — he graduated scareum-cum-laude — who goes to work at Monsters Inc. on the day it switches from scaring kids to making them laugh; a skill set he definitely lacks. Aisha Tyler also stars as his mother.The service will also feature a revived Lizzie McGuire series with Hilary Duff reprising her role from the original Disney Channel series. Lizzie is about to turn 30, but that animated teenager is still bouncing around in her head. Original creator Terri Minsky is also on board.And for fans of Disney history, the service will also feature Ink Paint, a docu-series centered on the women who made many of the Disney animated classics possible with little or no recognition for their work as members of the studio s Ink Paint department. Another untitled docu-series is also in the works.In the realm of features, Disney+ will be the exclusive home of the upcoming Lady and the Tramp live-action remake. Tessa Thompson and Justin Theroux will voice the title roles, with Yvette Nicole Brown, Benedict Wong, and Janelle Monáe set to lend their talents to the production.The service will also revive Touchstone s Sister Act series with a third installment, although, according to Whoopi Goldberg, her participation may be limited to a walk-on cameo as the film takes the concept of a witn

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