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九游会网址采用百度引擎8(Baidu 9)(Photo by Liam Daniel/HBO)Chernobyl seemed to come out of nowhere. Hot on the heels of Game of Thrones final episodes, the five-part HBO miniseries from creator/writer Craig Mazin and director/co-executive producer Johan Renck goes deep into the multi-layered, almost unbelievable story of how the accident at Ukraine s now-infamous nuclear power plant became one of the worst man-made calamities the world has ever seen.The groundbreaking series which features stellar performances by Jared Harris, Stellan Skarsgård, and Emily Watson doesn t just explore the accident, it touches on the far-reaching ramifications that followed it, telling the stories of the many citizens who made unfathomable sacrifices, and gave their lives, in order to save the continent from imminent doom.To give further insight into the terrifying story being told, director Johan Renck spoke at length with Rotten Tomatoes about his creative vision for the project. During our chat, he explained the challenges in telling a Russian story with a large cast of British actors, the filmmaking importance of using sound and silence to convey the appropriate tone, and the enduring relevance of the Chernobyl disaster all these years later.(Photo by Liam Daniel/HBO)Aaron Pruner for Rotten Tomatoes: You directed all five episodes of Chernobyl, which sounds like a massive undertaking. What was your vision going into the production?Johan Renck: The first and foremost thing for me was that I wanted to make it experiential, rather than sort of on display, so to speak. This is not a diorama in which you get this world presented to you. To me, it was much more about finding within some kind of very long-gone authenticity, finding a way to shoot this and to deal with this so that you feel immersed. You almost feel like you were there. There s this sort of experiential side of it. So I think that was my agenda, so to speak, from the onset of this project.Has there been any pushback from viewers or complaints regarding accuracy in the story being told?Renck: There are some people who find it really hard to understand why this is in English and not Russian. And also some people who have difficulties with dealing with the British accents in there. On the other hand, I get tons of messages from people who live in Belarus, Ukraine, or Russia, saying like, this is so authentic, I sort of relate to every thought that goes into the apparel or in a suit or a trashcan or a whatever it is, everything is so minutely accurate. So then, you know, all we can do is try to be accurate and authentic.(Photo by Liam Daniel/HBO)Well, let s talk about working with the British cast. I can understand how some people may take issue with the accents or the fact that the actors you cast weren t Russian or Ukrainian, but, for me, it didn t take long for the Britishness of the cast to fall away. Were there any methods in trying to tamp down the variety of dialects featured in the show?Renck: Having a British actor portray a Russian character is almost like taking an Italian actor to do a Russian. The British are, you know, very expressive in their facial language, very sort of courteous and apologetic. Whereas the Russian and the Eastern European persona and again, I come from Sweden, I come from that part of the world is drastically different. It s much more of a sort of underhanded, almost stone-faced type of behavior. There is no willingness, there s no desire to appease somebody else or please somebody else by the way you communicate. It s very straightforward. And, added to that, you have this Slavic flamboyance that comes out in heated moments.In a dream world, we would have had a year of rehearsals with our 104 speaking roles, to try to shave off some of the local edges of the accents, you know? Because you have Scottish actors, Irish actors, Welsh actors, Southern England, Northern Ireland, and all those accents are drastically different from each other. The agenda was, originally, to kind of shave off all those edges to an extent that it became some weird form of neutral English. But that task was just unobtainable given the time and given the amount of cast we had.(Photo by Liam Daniel/HBO)You talked about coming from an experiential place with this. Let s talk about the end of Episode 2 where we are following the divers into the tunnels under the plant. That scene was darkly lit, had basically no dialogue and relied mostly on the stakes of their mission which was signified by the constant ticking of their radiation detectors. What are the challenges in presenting a story like this, in this scene and in the grander scheme of things, without going too far and exploiting the moment?Renck: You know, there is a bunch of challenges in there, but they re all good fun challenges. You mentioned the divers, and that to me was a very tricky scene on paper because you re dealing with three people in pitch darkness, who are cannot talk to each other and you can t see their faces because they re wearing masks. You can t really gather body behavior because of their outfits and all of that.To some extent, you go back to the founding principle of filmmaking, which is: we re translating psychology and behavior. We ve got to try with most of the tools that you would use normally there s no terrified eyes, there s not a gasp or sound or scream, or anything like that. That particular scene, during the shoot, it was clear this is a sound-driven thing. The one thing that will help us understand what these guys are feeling inside is the sound of the dosimeter increasing in intensity, the deeper this tremendously contaminated water gets. Of course, it s scary enough to just see a couple of guys fumble around in the dark. But that s just sort of superficially scary you have to find it find the profound scariness. And that was then channeled through sound design more than anything else.(Photo by Liam Daniel/HBO)And one of the most important aspects in telling the story here is the use of sound, the use of silence, and the organic nature of the score. Composer Hildur Guðnadóttir was recently interviewed and she talked about visiting the power plant in Lithuania where the series was shot and using the actual plant as a source of the show s music.Renck: She had this guy with her who used special equipment to record sound from things that you would never think even emit a sound. For instance, one of the recurring themes in there is something she always called the door. It s where they just put the microphone on a door and the weirdly intricate sounds coming from a static door, there s these little weird sounds of metal and tension and just buzzing that you would have no idea existed. Those are the types of sounds she recorded, as well as an atmospheric sound. And from those elements, she used those as her sounds for her instruments.Even further, though, the use of sound, and music, is starkly different here from most dramatic TV shows or movies. Usually, the audience would get a sweeping score or jarring music cue to let us know a big moment is happening, to tell us how to feel. But you didn t do that here.Renck: Both Hildur and I are firmly, firmly against underscoring, in which the music is there to guide you on what you re to feel. You know, somebody opens a door and there s something scary about to happen and then the music starts coming out to tell you it s scary. All of that is something that both Hildur and I deeply loathe. That s sort of underhanded, and also you don t need it. There s this permeating sub-current of dread and hopelessness and harrowingness in it already. You don t need to put another layer on that cake, it is at capacity now.(Photo by HBO)In HBO s Chernobyl podcast, show creator Craig Mazin talks about his visit to the infamous power plant before production on the show began. Have you visited Chernobyl?Renck: Well, here s the thing: When we were shooting in Ukraine, we planned a day off on the schedule so that I could go to Chernobyl, which was obviously what I wanted to do. On the day of my departure to Chernobyl, we get a phone call from The Exclusion Zone. Last summer was very, very hot, it was the hottest and driest summer in Europe for 300 years or something like that. So on the morning of my departure, we get a phone call from The Exclusion Zone saying we have seven or nine or whatever forest fires raging and you can t come. By now, I m some kind of nuclear expert because of everything that I ve sort of delved into, so I go, Oh, yes, I understand the burning trees obviously release contaminated organic material. Yeah, that seems not good. And they went like, Yeah, I don t know about that. It s just f king burning everywhere. So I couldn t go but I m going to go this summer and production, obviously, you know, they owe me that trip.(Photo by Liam Daniel/HBO)In the final episode, we finally get to a trial which finds Dyatlov, Bryukhanov, and Fomin being judged for their crimes. It s here that we learn of the truth that has been eating away at Legasov this whole time, he knew on some level that the power plant s fail-safe button was faulty and that, ultimately, it was the final lynchpin that caused the explosion. How important was it to get this scene right? And what, if any, were the dramatic liberties taken in depicting how the drama played out?Renck: The trial is, to some extent, not from a factual point of view. From the event s point of view, it s the least accurate thing. Legasov and Shcherbina weren t at that trial, they weren t even there in the real life thing. And that trial was a complete show trial in which nothing was revealed at all. It was just getting those three scapegoats Dyatlov, Bryukhanov, and Fomin to get their guilty sentences and for the Soviet state to wash their hands of the whole thing. In real life, this event took place over several instances. We first had this conference at Vienna, then we had the show trial, and then, you know, nothing came out until after Valery Legasov s suicide, and the tapes got sent out.This was just a way, from Craig s point of view, to sort of wrap this up. We can t make a six-hour episode out of this and we have to find a way to truncate things and turn them into what they were. A lot of it is based on court transcripts. A lot of what was said from the participants is absolutely real, of course. But the event is a little bit of an amalgamation of a few things happening. It s sort of a multi-layered thing. To the state, it s a grandstanding thing it s a staged show trial to start out with. They set that trial in Chernobyl town, which is not to be confused with Pripyat. The town is an old city that is located about 20 miles or so from the Chernobyl Power Plant. It was staged there because the state was clearly saying there s nothing dangerous here and everything s good, so we should have the trial right here.(Photo by Liam Daniel/HBO)It s filled with emotion and an intense scientific explanation of what caused the explosion. And that element of truth is what we ve been driving towards this whole time. Not to mention, with the whole set-up and placement of the judges and jury, the whole thing is quite odd.Renck: I love that court scene. I love shooting a lot of stuff. I love shooting dark harrowing stuff in the underbelly of the nuclear power plant, but I also love a good trial scene. And here we got to make a trial scene that does not in any way look like any trial scene we ve seen before. Or feel like it. It has to feel like a different type of dynamic in which the witnesses and the juries are all scripted, to some extent. And everything that s being said and done is just grandstanding no matter which way you look upon it. So we have to create a climax and a tonality in there that supports this. And that, I think, is mainly reflected through Khomyuk s defiance, and then Legasov s nervousness, because he doesn t know Should I go all the way here? Or should I not? Or should I tell the truth? All of that.(Photo by Liam Daniel/HBO)Now that the reviews are in and people are talking, I m curious what you are hoping people will take away from the show. Renck: The one thing I kept thinking that I want is that somebody like Lyudmilla Ignatenko, who is still alive to this day, would see this and feel that her voice has been heard, that she s been truthfully portrayed and that the sacrifice she and several hundred thousand other people went through, in order to sort of save the f king planet, or almost, is something that everybody understands, realizes and embraces. I don t want to sound melodramatic, but that s completely what it is, for me. Those stories, those people, what they went through and experienced, and are suffering the consequences of to this day.For instance, there is a hospital in Cuba, in which hundreds and hundreds of surviving children from Pripyat, and from the area around, were sent to because of the close ties between Cuba and the Soviet Union. That hospital is still up and running today and still dealing with the aftermath. This was not an overnight thing. This was not a catastrophe that happened and then ended. This is a story that will continue to spread and have ramifications. That is the main thing: to let those voices be heard and have those stories be shared and that, hopefully, everybody feels that.Chernobyl is available to watch, in its entirety, on HBO and its streaming platforms, HBO GO and HBO Now.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.Thumbnail image by Liam Daniel/HBO

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第一大多手游代理们喜欢选择几十个游戏同时运营推广其实这是一个很大的误区这样做会对玩家造成很大的困扰。玩家面对多款游戏无法选择。给玩家造成一种负担。其实代理们只需选择几款安全稳定刺激性强的游戏就行了。 Nine Perfect Strangers, Hulu’s star-studded adaptation of Liane Moriarty’s novel, follows a group of people from various backgrounds who visit a wellness center called Tranquillum House for what they believe to be a 10-day restorative retreat.But this is not a vacation they will soon forget. Run by mysterious and ethereal Masha Dmitrichenko (Nicole Kidman) and her minions including Yao (Manny Jacinto) and Delilah (Tiffany Boone), the resort offers the promise of restoration and healing. But at what cost?As the characters and the audience begin to question Masha’s motives, the situation becomes complicated, and it grows harder for guests to leave Tranquillum House before check-out.Rotten Tomatoes spoke to the series cast and rounded up nine things you need to know about Nine Perfect Strangers before it premieres August 18.1. It’s Not a Horror Series(Photo by Hulu)Despite the premise set up with that logline — All is not well  — series director Jonathan Levine said this is a show that “really transcends genre.”“I certainly thought about horror and certainly thought about thrillers,” he said during the show’s Television Critics Association summer press tour panel. “But at the end of the day, even though we’re playing with those tropes, I think, for me, it was about character and about these beautiful people that you kind of empathize with and fall in love with.”Still, he said, “We certainly were playing with the audience s expectations and using genre as a vehicle to tell this story and to keep it compelling.”2. But It Is a Show About Pain(Photo by Vince Valitutti/Hulu)The series discusses pain, but the emotional not what you’d find in a slasher flick. Regina Hall’s (pictured) Carmel Schneider is a divorcee who hopes things like losing weight will help her issues. Melissa McCarthy’s Frances Welty is a novelist experiencing setbacks in her career and personal life.“Doing the show made you think a lot about what you do to cover up your problems,” McCarthy said at TCA, adding that “at some point, you have to get it out. So it’s like you’re already in the midst of being miserable and suffering, so make a change. And that’s so much what I think this show is about.”3. The Guests Aren t All Strangers to Each Other(Photo by Vince Valitutti/Hulu)Michael Shannon (above right) and Asher Keddie (above center) play husband-and-wife Napoleon and Heather Marconi, who are at the wellness center with their daughter Zoe (Grace Van Patten) after experiencing a loss. Melvin Gregg (above left) and Samara Weaving play married couple Ben and Jessica Chandler, who have mastered the façade of perfection.Both families are experiencing emotional strains in their relationships. At one point, during a trust exercise, Heather’s grief consumes her so much that she considers diving off a cliff.“That was really poignant for me, actually, for the character, because it really spoke to the bigger question in the show,” Keddie told Rotten Tomatoes. “And that moment, when she is quite literally on the precipice, I think she has reached a point in her life where she actually just doesn t know how to connect anymore.”Van Patten added that “when you see Zoe, she has really pushed down a lot of her emotion and trauma and has been living in her parents’ trauma more than her own.”When Zoe encounters Masha at Tranquillum, her instinct is to run, but there’s nowhere to go.4. Fleeting Fame Is Also a Theme(Photo by Vince Valitutti/Hulu)In addition to Gregg and Weaving’s social media celebrities and McCarthy’s novelist, Bobby Cannavale’s former athlete Tony Hogburn has reached that stage in his career where people feel like the recognize him — but they don’t know why.In this case, Tony would rather you don’t know who he is.“Part of that is the wardrobe,” Cannavale told Rotten Tomatoes. “I think this guy has physically transformed himself. He s gained all this weight. And he does not want to be recognized.”Cannavale describes the character as “pretty aggressive,” but “it s behavior coming out of desperation.”“Whether he realizes it or not, I think he s trying to wake himself up,” Cannavale said. “I think he s so numbed by these drugs and by how his entire life and those relationships have been clouded over by that, I think any kind of provocation will stimulate him in the right way.”5. The Show Plays with Social Media s Perceptions of Perfection(Photo by Vince Valitutti/Hulu)Weaving’s Jessica is beautiful but also lacks self-esteem and confidence. She is addicted to her phone, which she (like everyone else) must relinquish upon check-in. It pains her that she can’t Instagram a beautiful breakfast spread at the retreat.Weaving told Rotten Tomatoes that she herself has “always had terrible anxiety” that she has managed through medication and therapy.“Anxiety is such a mental state,” she said of playing Jessica. So she tried “to see how that could manifest physically. So I gave her a scratch and some ticks and rapid eye movements and things like that.”She also “did a lot of research and talked to a lot of people who suffer from body dysmorphia.”6. Tranquillum Seeks Out People Who Feel Like They’ve Exhausted All Other Options(Photo by Vince Valitutti/Hulu)Why would Jessica and Ben, who roll up in a fancy sports car, go here when they could just try couples therapy? Or when they could spend their time relaxing at a Hawaiian luxury hotel with Wi-Fi?“I think they ve done all of this stuff,” Gregg told Rotten Tomatoes. “Their life is a vacation and they tried couples therapy, but nothing is working … but she feels like the problem is bigger. So we need you need to take more extreme options.”Jacinto added, “There comes a point in all our lives where you just reach this point of desperation where you need help. You can t find it in your spouse or in your family. So you need someone to tell you that everything s gonna be OK. And, when someone is that vulnerable, there can be abuses of power and abuses of trust.”7. The Show Explores Wealth Inequality(Photo by Vince Valitutti/Hulu)Much like HBO’s The White Lotus, Nine Perfect Strangers examines the excesses and expectations of wealthy people and how some lose sight of the humanity of the staff members catering to their whims.“Diving into it more and maybe thinking about it after the project, you can’t help but sit back and think: How much money do these people have to spend?” Jacinto tells Rotten Tomatoes. “But, I mean, I’m sitting there judging them when, at the end of the day, I am such a sucker for self-improvement and for wanting to be better.”Both series embed lower-income characters into the facilities guest lists, and those characters express a degree of imposter syndrome, in which they openly remark on their worthiness to be guests. And while The White Lotus draws strict lines around its predominantly white guests and ethnically diverse staff, Nine Perfect Strangers offers more of a mix on both sides of the equation.8. Jacinto Is Here For Your The Good Place Comparisons(Photo by Vince Valitutti/Hulu)The actor, who rose to fame playing the delightful simpleton Jason Mendoza on The Good Place is aware that this is yet another series where a bunch of unsuspecting individuals arrive at a utopia lorded over by a charac
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(Photo by © Marvel Studios)People had waited long enough: Three new release dates due to the pandemic; 14 months since its original release date; 11 years since the character appeared on film to finally get her shot to headline a movie herself. Black Widow is finally here and on Thursday night it had a better preview night than Deadpool, Ant-Man and the Wasp, and Guardians of the Galaxy – not to mention Justice League, Man of Steel and Wonder Woman. They could not wait any longer. Not even a few more hours until it dropped on Disney+ for a premium fee. Did that shutter its theatrical numbers over the weekend? Maybe, but with million for the weekend it is still the best start of any film since 2019.King of the Crop: Black Widow Off To A Strong Start, But Will It Go the Distance?When F9 began with .1 million in Thursday previews, theaters were back! So we were told. Its weekend number, though, while still a pandemic high was also on the low-end of comparable films to that preview tally. Black Widow just cracked the Top 40 all-time in day-before previews with a .2 million start on Thursday. Only two films had ever started with million and failed to hit million by the end of the weekend: Aquaman and Solo: A Star Wars Story. Solo was then joined by Man of Steel and Justice League as the only films on that list not to reach 0 million by the end of their run. Neither of those DC films had pandemic asterisks to impede their progress (only Tomatometer scores of 56% and 40%, respectively). Black Widow, Certified Fresh at 80%, is now the third film on that list not to hit million on its opening weekend and will most likely also join the non-0 million company as well. But, on the plus side, the movie has made over 5 million worldwide and, reportedly, an additional million in Disney+ Premier Access rentals. At least we have a new threshold now that the studio feels comfortable giving out numbers for their ongoing experiment.So, 0 million is the new 0 million and, as Black Widow is set to reach its first 0 million later this week, that milestone is looking possible. Traditionally, movies opening with million or more sail past 0 million totals; this is your regular reminder that only X-Men Origins: Wolverine and Fifty Shades of Grey started with -plus million and failed to reach 0 million. Still, one cannot help but feel as if the standards by which box office has been measured in the past are gone permanently. Releases like Black Widow allow theaters to breathe a sigh of relief with enough patrons coming to get some popcorn, but the streaming and premium access factors may be making these films more frontloaded than ever before. Prior to this weekend, the top five opening weekends of the year fell an average of 62.7% in their second weekends. (Three of those films were HBO Max/Warner Brothers titles.) In 2019, the top 10 films averaged a 52% drop and those openings were million or higher (or, higher than any film since – including Black Widow). Marvel’s film is going to have a shot to overtake both A Quiet Place Part II and F9 by next weekend and both of them have been exclusive to theaters. (The Quiet Place sequel will be available for purchase online starting Monday.) Of the 23 films that have ever opened between million and million, 13 of them did not have 0 million by day 10.The Top 10 and Beyond: F9 Races Past Global Record of Half a Billion Dollars(Photo by Giles Keyte/©Universal Pictures)F9 s drop of 53% from last week to .9 million marks the second-biggest third-weekend drop of any film still in 2,000 theaters this year. (Mortal Kombat fell 61.4%.) This puts F9 in close proximity to Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (another franchise that was in decline), which grossed .7 million in its third weekend, had 5.8 million after 17 days, and ultimately grossed 2.5 million. Unless F9 pulls off the mere 16.3% drop that Tell No Tales did in weekend four, it will probably be right in line with the 0 million that film had on day 24. That is where A Quiet Place Part II stands as of this weekend on day 45 of its release. (F9 stands at 1 million.) Even with F9 beginning to creep up behind it, Krasinski’s film actually had a better third weekend ( million) – but at this pace Black Widow is going to surpass it before F9 does. The ninth entry in The Fast Saga can at least boast this week that it became first film during the pandemic to surpass 0 million at the international box office. A Quiet Place Part II currently stands at 5 million; the first film grossed 0 million worldwide.The newbies last week were knocked back a little. The Boss Baby: Family Business – still available to stream on Peacock as well as watch in theaters – fell 46% to .7 million for a total of .7 million to date. That’s right on par with what Stuart Little 2 had back in 2002, though it grossed .6 million in its second weekend. The CGI mouse film started to fall back further in subsequent weeks, which may give Boss Baby 2 a chance to align itself and make it up to around the .95 million that the Stuart Little movie grossed – far less than the original Boss Baby s 5 million. The Forever Purge similarly fell 46% down to .8 million for a total of .5 million. That is pretty close to the pace of 2009 horror movie Orphan, which had .5 million in weekend two and a tally of million. Orphan finished with .5 million.What Should Have Been: A Weekend With IndyIt was supposed to be Indiana Jones weekend, but the filming of the fifth film was put on hold until after the pandemic. James Mangold’s entry with Harrison Ford will now debut July 29, 2022.On the Vine: The Tune Squad Reassembles for a Thwack of NostalgiaThe next film to test the hybrid model of same-day theatrical/streaming release will be Warner Brothers  Space Jam: A New Legacy, as LeBron James tries to outdo what Michael Jordan did 25 years ago. That would be just over million at the box office with Bugs Bunny as his above-the-title co-star. The film will be in theaters as well as available to stream on HBO Max. Also debuting in theaters is Focus Features  Roadrunner, a documentary about the late celebrity chef, Anthony Bourdain.Full List of Box Office Results: July 9-11, 2021九游会网址September starts off with a bang on Disney+ as the studio s long-awaited live-action adaptation of Mulan finally hits screens — but only if users pay an extra .99 for Premier Access to the film.Other projects hitting the streaming service include alien-hosted late-night talk show Earth to Ned and the Disney Channel Original Movie Secret Society of Second-Born Royals.Films headed to the service include Christopher Robin, starring Ewan McGregor and Winnie the Pooh; both Mighty Ducks sequels D2 and D3; The Wolverine; and Ever After. Plus, all seven seasons of the ABC fairy tale series Once Upon a Time will finally be available as well.Find out what else the family-friendly streaming service offers in the month, starting with our top picks.Read also: Best Movies on Disney+ To Watch Right NowDisney+ Shows and Movies, Ranked by Tomatometer

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(Photo by Tommaso Boddi/Getty Images for AMC)It should come as no surprise that Christmas is not Greg Nicotero’s favorite holiday.“Do I even have to answer that question? Of course Halloween is my favorite holiday,” The Walking Dead and Shudder’s Creepshow series executive producer told Rotten Tomatoes. “I know that there s going to be a bunch of zombie heads on spikes in my front yard for sure. The zombie heads are easy. The spikes are harder for me, because now I have to make them. But I got a bunch of zombie heads that I want to line up along the street outside of my house.”Trick-or-treaters, be on the lookout, because as the co-founder of the Oscar and Emmy-winning KNB EFX Group special effects studio, Nicotero’s lawn decorations of horror will obviously top anything you can buy at Target. In addition to the more than 400 TV and movie projects he and KNB have worked on since they formed in 1988, Nicotero’s handiwork is an integral part of the look of The Walking Dead, which he has been a part of since the show premiered on Halloween 2010.In honor of the series’ 10th anniversary, we talked to Nicotero about how he was actually part of the series before it became a series thanks to his friendship with Frank Darabont, why he thinks the show’s Western vibes are a big reason it propelled zombies into the mainstream, and how the upcoming spin-off with Carol (Melissa McBride) and Daryl (played by his good friend and Nic Norman’s restaurant partner Norman Reedus) has been building since season 2.Nicotero also talks about the cast and crew’s famously close relationships (including the only person he told about how nervous he was to direct his first episode), how TWD and Creepshow are dealing with filming during the pandemic, and the very cool zombie idea he’d like to try out before The Walking Dead wraps after season 11.(Photo by Mark Hill/AMC)Kim Potts for Rotten Tomatoes: How are you doing?Greg Nicotero: I m really good. We re filming away on Creepshow, and it s been super fun, surprisingly. I was a little concerned about all of the crazy COVID procedures making it more tedious and less fun, but it s been a blast. The actors have been great, and the crew has been great. We re having a really good time, so it feels great to be back at it again. You get to set, and you ve got your mask on and your face shield, but when you re in it, you forget about all that stuff, and you get a chance to focus on what you love doing.You re also working on the additional Walking Dead season 10 episode that will air next year?Nicotero: Yeah. The challenge is sort of getting out of one bubble and getting myself into another bubble, then getting tested, then doing set work, and then tested again, because you can t go from one set to the other without getting tested and put into another bubble. We probably started prepping Walking Dead stuff back in July, just sort of making adjustments in what we were doing for the show to allow for accelerated makeup times and easier application and all kinds of scenarios. I was working on Walking Dead July, August, and September, and then in September we started shooting Creepshow again. It s been kind of busy.Has it forced you to make any storyline changes in either show?Nicotero: The Walking Dead stuff is really intended to be these kind of episodes that are a little more production-friendly … because you re dipping your toes in the water a little bit. With Creepshow, we re primarily a stage show, so we don t have to go out into the world very often, and that allows us to be a little bit more self-contained. Fortunately, not a lot of people kiss in either show, so we’re not worrying too much about somebody kissing someone. It s definitely a change in the way that we are accustomed to doing things, but so far, so good.Are you directing any of the six remaining season 10 episodes?Nicotero: No. Originally, (TWD showrunner) Angela (Kang) had called and asked me if I wanted to and, unfortunately, because of when the pandemic hit and everything shut down, Creepshow was set to start shooting, and we had prepped the first two episodes. I think in my head originally, I was like, “Well, I can shoot Creepshow and then run over and do Walking Dead,” and then I thought, “That s insane. I would literally die.” Until January, I m all the way up to my eyeballs in Creepshow.(Photo by AMC)Halloween this year marks the 10th anniversary of The Walking Dead. Does it feel to you like it s been a decade? I always think of the show as all of you making an hour-long movie, for TV, every week.Nicotero: Yeah, it feels like it s been 100 years. Honestly, time has a very different meaning when you re on a show of this magnitude for this duration, because there are some episodes I remember like they were yesterday. There are other episodes that I m like, “I don t even remember that,” just because we ve done so many episodes. Even when I go to the studio, and I ll stand on the backlot and be like, “This is where the prison was, and then that s where the Heaps were, and then, oh, this is the scene where they thought that Carol was dead and they put a grave in the prison field …” There are numerous beautiful moments of the show, and some of them get lost in the fact that we ve been on for such a long time, and I kind of forget some of them.I just recently went back and rewatched Game of Thrones with my son, Deven, and there was so much stuff that I was able to appreciate about the show going back and seeing it after a little bit of time. I m looking forward to doing that with Walking Dead, going back to the beginning and really sort of looking at what the DNA of the show was then and the great scenes that we crafted and the great moments with Chandler (Riggs) and with Emily (Kinney). There are so many people that you start going back and thinking about what amazing work they did. God bless Scott Wilson, because I had some of the greatest moments of my career with Scott. I ll be forever grateful that I got a chance to be a part of his life.I don t think I’ve ever talked to you about this: how did your involvement with the show begin? Nicotero: Frank (Darabont) is one of my best friends, still to this day, and probably a year before the show was ever put into production, he had given me the script and was like, “Okay, we re going to do The Walking Dead.” The irony behind all of this was I remember buying the first issue of the comic book when I was working with Robert Rodriguez in Austin, Texas. There was a great comic book shop there, and I bought the first issue. Frank and I had always talked about the idea of wanting to do a zombie project, because he loved Night of the Living Dead. His No. 1 criteria was, it s got to be the right stories. It really needs to be about survival and what people do, what they become in order to survive.I remember one night specifically, one dinner, where we were talking about it. I don t think we ever thought about it as a TV show, because this was years before Walking Dead even happened. At that point, zombie television wasn t even a thing. No one would have ever imagined doing a TV show with zombies in it. We were talking about a movie. Then a couple of years later he sent the script over and was like, “Hey, man, this is what we re going to do.” We had designed a couple of zombie busts that he took to his meetings to help sell the show, because one of the big questions that every network asked was, “Well, how are you going to do the zombies? No one s ever done anything like this on television before.” (Frank) was like, “Oh, it s easy. I got this guy, Greg Nicotero, and he makes zombie busts, and this is what the zombies are going to look like.”(Photo by Scott Garfield/AMC)There are so few of you left from the beginning, but you ve been there even before it was even a show.Nicotero: I remember talking about the opening scene with Frank, with a little girl at the gas station, and I said, “You know, Frank, the Dawn of the Dead remake had a very similar sequence where there s a little girl zombie at the beginning,” and he was like, “Yeah, I don t care about that. It doesn t matter. This is going to be our show.”I would have never imagined that the mainstream would have sort of caught up to everything that I have loved since I was a kid, which is zombie movies. Before The Walking Dead, zombies were a very, very niche sort of sub-genre that appealed to a specific group of people. I think what Frank was able to do was really break the mold and show that The Walking Dead really is a Western. Andy (Lincoln) always, always talked about that a lot; his inspiration for Rick Grimes was Clint Eastwood and The Outlaw Josie Wales. That was something that was very important, because a lot of the actors, when we did season 1, they hadn t seen a lot of zombie stuff. They hadn t seen Night of the Living Dead. They hadn t seen Dawn of the Dead. Even though that was a lot of the inspiration for the show, they were approaching it like Frank, from sort of a dramatic survival standpoint.I have to say that the cast that we put together for season 1, with Sarah Callies and Steven Yeun and Jon Bernthal and Laurie Holden and Jeff DeMunn … what a cast. I mean, the cast was absolutely astonishing and that s where Frank always excels, his ensemble casting. He did it in The Green Mile. He did it in Shawshank (Redemption). He did it in The Mist. And, of course, there are Norman (Reedus) and Melissa (McBride), who have been on the show since day one.Do you think it s that focus on those aspects, those dramatic aspects and the kind of survival, the universal, human themes is what really helped the show cross over to the mainstream?Nicotero: Absolutely. Absolutely, because a lot of times in zombie movies, prior to The Walking Dead, the gore was the big element, the horror was the big element, and I think there were a lot of instances where people might have been turned off by the gore. Even when you talk to people that watch The Walking Dead, they had this preconceived notion about it until they watched it, and when they experienced it through the eyes of Rick Grimes, who is waking up in the hospital, and he s learning about what the world is, the first thing people would say is, “It s not a show about zombies.” I m like, “No, it s a show about survival, and it s a show about what people are willing to do in a situation like that.” Of course the zombies are a big part of it, and I m very proud of the contribution that I ve made to the show and that my team has made to the show, but a lot of the drive for the show has been about those specific character moments where the audience can identify with Maggie or Glenn or Hershel and put themselves in those characters positions and imagine what they would or would not have been able to do.(Photo by Gene Page/AMC)Do you have a favorite episode or storyline? You ve been involved in so many of the great ones, but can you choose just one?Nicotero: I would probably say one of my favorite episodes is the episode where Merle fights The Governor and Merle dies [“This Sorrowful Life”]. The moment where Norman just literally poured his soul out when he saw Merle as a walker. I ll never forget filming that. I ll never forget people calling me and saying, “How the fuck did you make me cry in a show like this?” I ve had so many amazing moments working with Norman and working with Melissa. I mean, having filmed Andy s last episode, and the number of people that I ve had to kill on the show, that’s never fun.I don t know if I could pick just one episode. I think the episode where the walkers invade Alexandria [“Start to Finish”], and that was like our Night of Living Dead homage. I would probably go back and watch episodes and not even remember like, “Oh, I shot that episode. That s right,” because we’ve had so many, so many moments. Negan s introduction [“Last Day on Earth”, which was certainly controversial, but I m tremendously proud of what we did, and Jeffrey (Dean Morgan s) performance and shooting 12 pages of dialogue in two nights is, it s a little bonkers in the TV schedule. So yeah, I just don t know if I could pick one.Has the show ever made you cry?Nicotero: I think there have been characters that died (that have made me cry). I think the moment with Jeffrey DeMunn, that was the first episode I had ever directed [“Judge, Jury, Executioner”], and, yeah, I got emotional when I shot it and when I watched the first cut. Chandler was a little boy. I remember Chandler running down through the field and shooting his reaction to seeing Jeff on the ground with his stomach torn open and blood bubbling out of it, and just how hysterical everybody got. To see the fear in Jeffrey s eyes when Norman walked over with the gun and said, “I m sorry, brother, it was intense.That episode was just … I was so terrified, because it was the first hour of television that I had ever directed, and I had my little graphs and my little charts of where the camera would go. I think probably Andy was the only person that I had shared with him like, “I m scared sh less here,” but I trusted my instincts, I trusted my camera department, and I trusted my actors. If you look at the episodes in season 2, 3, and 3, those episodes are so dense. There s so much story that we re telling, and it just propelled us. If you watch that episode, which was written by Angela, there s so much. You re telling an entire season s worth of story in that one episode.That s what I mean. They were like movies every week.Nicotero: Oh, without a doubt. There s not one moment where there s a frame of film that doesn t serve something, that doesn t serve a character, a story point, the propulsion of the show as it s moving forward. I ve rewatched that episode recently, and it s just crazy what we did. I think we shot that in seven days maybe.(Photo by Gene Page/AMC)You are responsible for starting The Walking Dead Zombie School, to train the zombie actors on the show. How has that evolved through the seasons? I m guessing that just from watching the show, people are coming to you a little more prepared at this point.Nicotero: Definitely. In fact, I don t think we ve done Zombie School in two years, because at this point, we have our troupe of zombie performers and actors, and I think the people that we love, we bring them back over and over again. At the beginning, we wanted to make sure that we were maintaining the aesthetic of what we wanted for the zombies, but also, they had to be able to perform with the actors. They have to be able to die well, they had to be able to be convincing as zombies. What you don t want to do is spend an entire hour or two fine tuning background zombie performances that would then be taking away from shooting the rest of the scene, so it was always very important that the zombies were well directed in terms of their performance and what was expected of them. Every season, I would say we d probably end up with like 20 people that were just standout performers, and a lot of them initially came from a place in Georgia called Netherworld, which is a haunted house attraction that would open in September/October. A lot of those people that had been working at that attraction ended up being some of our best zombie performers.The Walking Dead cast and crew have been known to be very close, even though there are a lot of changes with all the character deaths. How have you maintained that?Nicotero: Well, listen, the dynamic of the cast changes as certain actors leave and other actors come in, so it evolves. It s a very organic thing. I think one of the unique things about any show that has a tightknit family is when you re in the trenches with them, you re sharing something that you can t share with anybody else. That was something I learned working with Quentin Tarantino. When we were doing Inglourious Basterds, he had looked at me one day and said, “You know, there s nobody else I would ever want to be in the trenches with,” and that really stuck with me a lot, because I realized that it s a shared experience, and I have a bond with this crew and these actors that no one can ever take away from me and no one can replace. I still keep in touch with most of the actors from the show, even if it s once a month, just a quick text saying, “Hey, how s it going?” I talk to Sonequa (Martin-Green) a lot. I talk to (Michael) Cudlitz a lot. I talk to Alanna (Masterson) a lot. Of course, on the show, Norman and Jeffrey and Christian (Serratos)  and Lauren (Cohan). Even during the pandemic, I would just find myself calling Khary (Payton) to just see how he is doing. or I would call Seth (Gilliam).When you ve been in these intense situations with these people for so long, they just become part of your life. I m grateful, forever grateful, for that and for the friendships that I have. I talked to Jeffrey DeMunn not long ago. It s like that never goes away. When you work on a movie, that goes for six months or eight months, then it s gone, and you move on. When you re doing serialized television, you come back year after year, and you come back with the same people. You watch their children grow up, and you watch them get married or divorced or whatever happens, but you end up being a part of that whole scenario. It s fun for me to look at Andy s kids and Jeffrey (Dean Morgan) s kids. Jeffrey s son is really into special effects makeup, so I would send him little makeup kits and little zombie wounds and things. I send videos to Andy from set of the creatures from Creepshow so that he can show it to his kids, because they re sort of now at that age where they re kind of fascinated with the monster aspect of it.(Photo by AMC)You mentioned Carol and Daryl, and how Norman and Melissa are the other people still with the show who have been there from the beginning. Their characters, separately and together, are so beloved that they’re going to be their own spinoff. Since you’ve witnessed it all, is that relationship something that developed organically? Nicotero: With Daryl, that was a creation of Frank Darabont, and I remember specifically when we were casting for the show, Frank had called me one day and said, “Hey, I m thinking about this guy Norman Reedus to play Daryl, and I know that you had worked with him on Masters of Horror. What did you think of him?”  I gave him a huge thumbs up, but I said, “Listen, let s reach out to the director and get a review from John Carpenter.” John couldn t say enough good things about Norman. The next thing I knew, I was sitting in the van dressed up as a zombie for (“Tell It to the Frogs”), and Norman s sitting in the chair next to me. I didn t even realize that the deal had gone through. He didn t recognize me because I was dressed up as a zombie. I had my zombie teeth in, and I was trying to talk to him. Ironically enough, I am the first zombie that Daryl kills in the series.I think the way that season 2 was crafted and the way that Daryl s character evolved into somebody who was not going to give up looking for Carol’s daughter, Sophia, that s really where that bond began, because of Daryl s undying commitment to find Sophia. Between Melissa s brilliant performance as Carol and Norman, they just fell together so perfectly that you couldn t have planned it. 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5.15.3 1月喜迎Anna Paquin (True Blood) stars in 2019 series Flack, as an American publicist in London doing celebrity PR for high-profile — and ill-behaved — clients. Directed by Oscar-nominated Peter Cattaneo (The Full Monty), the six-part series features an all-star cast, including Tony Award–winner Sophie Okonedo, Lydia Wilson, Rebecca Benson, and guest star Bradley Whitford, winner of multiple Emmy Awards.Flack premieres at 10 p.m. on Thursday, February 21 on Pop.
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. The movie will be set in 1950s London, where a Hollywood film producer is trying to adapt a popular play until members of the crew start getting murdered, with Rockwell and Ronan playing the cops investigating the crimes. Whatever this movie ends up being titled, it seems easily grouped together with other recent movies like Knives Out and Murder on the Orient Express as part of a whodunit revival, to which we will soon be able to add the Death on the Nile remake, starring Gal Gadot, Armie Hammer, and Letitia Wright (Black Panther).4. SYLVESTER STALLONE CONFIRMED FOR THE SUICIDE SQUAD(Photo by Marvel Studios)Although they were only shown together briefly in the film, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 featured Sylvester Stallone, Michelle Yeoh, Ving Rhames, and the voice of Miley Cyrus as a team representative of the original 1970s Guardians of the Galaxy team.(It s a long story, but the team we know from the movies with Star-Lord, Gamora, Drax, Groot, Rocket, et al. wasn t introduced in the comics until 2008.) At the time, it was teased that director James Gunn hoped that Stallone and crew would appear again in a future Marvel Studios movie, but as it turns out, we won t have to wait for that movie to see Stallone in a James Gunn movie. Gunn confirmed on Instagram over the weekend that Sylvester Stallone has joined the cast of the DC Comics soft reboot of The Suicide Squad (8/6/2021), although the nature of his role, which might be fairly minor, wasn t revealed. Stallone is joining a massive ensemble cast that includes John Cena, Jai Courtney, Viola Davis, Idris Elba, Nathan Fillion, Michael Rooker, and of course, Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn. It s not yet known when James Gunn will be able to start filming Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3 for Marvel, but with the COVID-19 pandemic delays, it s unlikely the film could be released before 2023.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
2、LOL手游因为英雄联盟IP会吸引不少俱乐部和主播进入,更多的情况下还是吃端游福利,对于以前玩过LOL的玩家吸引力比较大,但是对于王者荣耀玩家的影响或许并没有那么大。

而在游戏机制上,《使命召唤手游》也很好地还原了PC端的连杀机制。在对战模式下,连杀玩家将获得特殊设备技能,诸如无人机,空对地轰炸等战斗手段。鼓励玩家以存活为目的完成连杀,这样才能可持续地推动游戏的进程。这些设计一直都是《使命召唤》系列的优点。
凰吟传奇手游是一款全新开启的传奇手游,合击玩法更加热血,召唤英雄一起战斗,无内功玩法带你感受原汁原味的传奇玩法,等待你的加入。
我最怕的就是米哈游继续做手游,怕不是钱赚得更多以后,成了腾讯游戏2.0,分割国内手游市场躺着赚钱不再锐意进取,这一点是我最不愿意看到的。
众里寻它搬砖千百度,蓦然回首那款游戏正在灯火阑珊处。没错,说的就是《有杀气的童话2》,没想到吧,这是一款比较稀缺的可以搬砖的游戏,集结了策略,回合,卡牌等非常神奇的类型手游,它能让你找到炉石,月圆之夜之类的感觉。
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九游会网址 这张对比图主要对比了LOL联盟手游,王者荣耀还有LOL端游这三款游戏。我们可以从这张图片中看出来。你用王者荣耀上王者的难度,其实和LOL手游上白金的难度是一样的,这足以可见。两款游戏的难度对比。

国服《公主连结Re:DIVE》已经起航一周年了,我是开服就开始玩的很普通的玩家。我很喜欢这款手游,我也看《公主连结》的动画,但这个游戏的体验,目前真的非常糟糕,并不是运营不好,又或者玩法不给力,只是因为玩家,素质实在太低,并且没有底线。 (Photo by NBC)200 Best Comedy Series of All TimeYou ve had your say in our Fall TV Survey, crowning Seinfeld your favorite comedy of all time. Now it s our turn.To choose the top 200 best comedy TV series of all time, we put funny to the test, looking at Tomatometer data culled from critics’ reviews, consulting some reputable “best of” lists, and exercising some editorial discretion, asking ourselves which classic comedy shows still hold up, which have been the most influential in the realm of comedy, and which have created comedy superstars.Turns out, all of those factors led to some of the very same classic TV comedy shows and beloved sitcoms Rotten Tomatoes readers chose as their favorites.We ve also included international English-language comedy shows that made a big impression on U.S. audiences through broadcast, cable, or streaming — look for some top titles from the U.K., Canada, and Australia.Read on to review our ranking of the best comedy series and sitcoms, and perhaps discover some new shows you may not have seen yet. And before you ask, we made a separate list for the Best Sketch Comedies of All Time. Is your favorite comedy series missing? Tell us in the comments.Best Comedy Series200-151 | 150-101 | 100-51 | 50-1

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In our new video series, RT Essentials, we give you the stories behind the movies that defined eras, genres, and the careers of some of our biggest stars.In this episode we spotlight the comedies that have, over many decades, shaped the genre as we know it today – from romantic comedies like Coming to America and The 40-Year-Old Virgin to spoofs like Scary Movie and Airplane!. Join host Mark Ellis as he dishes on fun behind-the-scenes tidbits, dives into each movie’s impact on the genre that’s all about making us laugh, and shares clips of the funniest moments from these gut-busting classics.RT Essentials is just one of many awesome new series you can find on The Rotten Tomatoes Channel, now available The Roku Channel and Peacock, and soon available on XUMO TV and beyond. It’s a 24/7 non-stop ode to the best in movies and TV, packed with nostalgic looks back at great moments and awesome trailers, interviews with mega-stars and game-changing filmmakers, and trivia, games, and hilarious debates. Check it out – we think you’ll like it.Learn more about The Rotten Tomatoes Channel and where to watch it.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

九游会网址 Watch: Kevin Feige on the making of The Avengers above.In 2019, Rotten Tomatoes turns 21, and to mark the occasion we’re celebrating the 21 Most Memorable Moments from the movies over the last 21 years. In this special video series, we speak to the actors and filmmakers who made those moments happen, revealing behind-the-scenes details of how they came to be and diving deep into why they’ve stuck with us for so long. Once we’ve announced all 21, it will be up to you, the fans, to vote for which is the most memorable moment of all. In this episode of our ‘21 Most Memorable Moments’ series, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige details the creation of one of the MCU s most iconic moments.VOTE FOR THIS MOMENT IN OUR 21 MOST MEMORABLE MOVIE MOMENTS POLLThe Movie: Marvel's the Avengers (2012) 91%When Marvel Studios kicked off the MCU with Iron Man, success was not a guarantee. Audiences didn’t know the character, and Robert Downey Jr. was not the superstar he is today. And yet lightning struck. It would strike again and again for the studio, but never as spectacularly – at least until the past two years – as it did in 2012’s The Avengers, the mega successful Marvel superhero team-up written and directed by Buffy creator Joss Whedon. Audiences got to see characters they had started to love (Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, Black Widow) unite with a new version of the Hulk/Bruce Banner as well as a guy with an arrow, to square off against Loki, god of mischief, brother of Thor, and man on a Tesseract mission. The film was in many ways as much of a gamble as Iron Man: Disney and Marvel Studios spent a reported 0 million on it, and the filmmakers had the challenge of balancing multiple storylines, generating real chemistry between multiple A-listers, and meeting colossal expectations. Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige says his own expectations were exceeded.(Photo by Zade Rosenthal, © Walt Disney/courtesy Everett Collection)“The big danger of the first Avengers was just getting overwhelmed with action.” Early on we realized that the role of the filmmaker on our films is to bring a tonality — Jon Favreau, amazing job! — [to] bring a unique tonality and be able to maintain and ride that tone over the course of production and through post production. To bring the characters to life, to make them realistic, grounded. And that we have amazing artists and technicians who can help with the scale, that can help with as big a canvas as it is. What the filmmakers need to do is not get lost in all of that and to focus on the great character work. And the big danger of the first Avengers was just getting overwhelmed with action. So many superheroes, so much spectacle, so many special effects. And we knew there would be plenty of that. But the most intere

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