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魔兽天地劫秘籍采用百度引擎7(Baidu 9)Is it even possible to make a bad movie about Mr. Rogers? Arriving on the heels of the successful 2018 documentary Won’t You Be My Neighbor?, biopic A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood (2019) 95% comes equipped with the too-perfect casting of Tom Hanks as children’s television icon Fred Rogers. The very first critics who saw the film couldn’t help but be charmed by the movie and Hanks’ portrayal, as represented in the first reviews out of the Toronto International Film Festival. Viewers were in tears at the premiere and calling it one of the actors’ best, which says a lot, of course. (Note, these are the very first reviews for the film, drawn mostly from the movie s world premiere at the festival; as the movie is screened in the next few days more early reviews will come in and we will add those to this article as they re published.)Here’s what critics are saying about A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood:Let s get this out of the way: Is Hanks perfect as Rogers?“There’s no question that Hanks is perfect in the part…people will relax into the movie so much that they’ll forget they’re watching an impersonation.” Todd McCarthy, Hollywood Reporter Hanks’ body language is at once stoic and vulnerable, the pace of his speech as Fred is slow, slower than most people. But the actor brings so much focus that it’s impossible to find a reason to move faster, if it would mean missing a single moment spent in his company.  Ella Kemp, The Playlist“Hanks’ cuddly pedigree means he was born to play Rogers, and he immerses himself in the role.” Eric Kohn, IndieWire“Hanks isn’t just good — he’s transporting.” Owen Gleiberman, Variety“It’s hard to imagine that his pitch-perfect channeling of Rogers’ magnificent and slightly unsettling calm won’t put him in the thick of a supporting-actor race.” Steve Pond, The Wrap“There’s a sweetness to the performance that never veers towards saccharine; Hanks consistently strays away from any sort of cliches to find deeper meaning.” Jordan Ruimy, World of Reel(Photo by Lacey Terrell)Is this just a standard biopic?“This is no straightforward biopic, and for that we can probably be glad…it’s the rare biopic that doesn’t wander into predictability or cheese, or both.” Sara Stewart, New York Post“It’s absolutely not a biopic…it’s a two-hour therapy session about the relationships we have with our parents and learning to cope with death, with Hanks’ Fred Rogers as a conduit.” Mike Ryan, UproxxAnd it s not even just about Mr. Rogers?“This movie isn’t about Rogers himself: He takes a backseat here, which should worry anybody who might face Hanks for a best-supporting-actor Oscar.” Brian Truitt, USA Today“Perhaps this is the only way to really make a film about Fred Rogers — by making it about the people whose lives he touched.” Hannah Goodhead, Little White Lies“The film is smart enough to not get us too close to Rogers. Look, you just can’t. He’s almost too otherworldly.” Mike Ryan, Uproxx“Some viewers may be disappointed this film isn’t all about Fred Rogers, but after a bit of reflection, I think less may be better.” Sara Stewart, New York PostHow is Marielle Heller s direction? Heller’s filmmaking is a patchwork quilt of influences from Mr Rogers himself. She uses an imagined episode of the show as a framing device; takes musical inspiration from Rogers’ own compositions and puts a miniature Vogel in rabbit ears, enforcing a bonding moment with Mr Rogers’ puppets.  Wendy Ide, Screen Daily“Heller, as she proved in Can You Ever Forgive Me?, has a gift for taking straightforward scenes and flooding them with emotion.” Owen Gleiberman, Variety“Heller does take a few ambitious swings, and they always come as a welcome surprise.” Eric Kohn, IndieWire“After her fantastic first two features, The Diary of a Teenage Girl and Can You Ever Forgive Me?, it’s a bit disappointing to see Heller taking on material with no edge at all.” Todd McCarthy, Hollywood Reporter [Heller gives] her audience some kind of recognizable knot in the stomach, one of nostalgia, one of gratitude and grace. Ella Kemp, The Playlist“Having proven herself to be among the more empathetic directors working today, her equally understated delivery reaches the ethos of Rogers’ philosophy.” Luke Parker, We Got This Covered

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[8/4/20 Update: Walt Disney Pictures has scheduled Mulan for a North American premiere on Disney+ on September 4 at a price of .99 with a simultaneous limited theatrical release in select global markets. The fee will reportedly cover continuous access to the film as long as a Disney+ subscription is maintained.]Let’s get down to business… Disney has produced a live-action reimagining of their 1998 animated feature Mulan, and the new version is more of a martial arts movie and not at all a musical. Also, Mulan’s sidekick Mushu is missing. The changes have had fans worried, but the first reactions from critics, via Monday’s Hollywood premiere, are mostly positive, and they address the differences with reassuring approval. Praise also goes out to the movie’s empowering story and action as well. Sounds like this remake will make a fan out of you.Here’s what critics are saying about Mulan:Is it a movie worth fighting for?Wow. Just wow… I laughed, I cried, and I loved every second of it.  Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyMulan is absolutely fantastic.  Kirsten Acuna, InsiderMulan is the best of the Disney live-action remakes since Cinderella.  Angie Han, MashableI’m very surprised at how much I liked the live action Mulan. It’s so majestic.  Peter Sciretta, SlashfilmThere’s a great film yearning to break out in Mulan, but it’s surprisingly bogged down by adapting the animation.  Mansoor Mithaiwala, ScreenRantDoes it bring honor to the original?Mulan leaves a lot behind, but offers much more in its absence. Plenty of 1998 throwbacks pepper a story full of incredible action, humor, and heart. Alison Foreman, MashableDifferent enough with great action scenes, but with the heart of the original film. Kirsten Acuna, InsiderFinds new notes in a story we already know while delivering gorgeous action, heart, and humor. Angie Han, MashableThere are lots of little moments that nods to the animated that’ll make the fans happy… a great re-telling of the animated and very fun. Wendy Lee Szany, ColliderI love the animated Mulan and this movie did it proud. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyRyan FujitaniBut what about the songs?It doesn t even matter that it s not a musical. If you re a fan of the animated, there are subtle nods to many of the songs. Kirsten Acuna, InsiderI didn’t even miss the songs. Angie Han, MashableWill young audiences feel empowered?Mulan is about a warrior. And that warrior is a legend. Thank you, from all the female warriors that needed this kick-A movie… I’ll be proud to show my daughters this film! Tania Lamb, Lola LambchopsThe film serves as a reminder to be true to yourself. Little girls are going to look up to Liu Yifei. Kirsten Acuna, InsiderTalk about girl power. WOW. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyAnd is there enough for adults to appreciate?It aims for a level of sophistication and beauty you don’t expect. Peter Sciretta, SlashfilmA more mature Disney film. Erik Davis, FandangoThe romantic chemistry gets STEAMY. Like chanting kiss in a silent theater steamy. Alison Foreman, MashableSurprisingly sexy for a Disney movie. Case in point: the very loud OH MY GOD that was uttered in the theater when Yoson An took his shirt off. Angie Han, Mashable(Photo by Walt Disney Pictures)How about the action?The action is thrilling. Peter Sciretta, SlashfilmThe first great superhero movie of 2020? It sure feels like it. She soars over rooftops, flies across walls, shoots arrows, and is just a general badass. Kirsten Acuna, InsiderAnd the visuals?Mulan is not only visually stunning, it is absolutely magical. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyVery beautiful and epic cinematography. It had more fantastical elements than I expected. Wendy Lee Szany, ColliderHow is the cast?The cast of Mulan is fantastic in the film… Donnie Yen is GREAT. Wendy Lee Szany, ColliderJason Scott Lee is great, but everyone else seems afraid to offend. Scott Mendelson, ForbesRyan FujitaniAre there any major problems?The poor villains and inconsistent action quality results in a mediocre movie… It’s two movies in one and it needed to decide which direction to take. Mansoor Mithaiwala, ScreenRantIt s also respectful to a fault. It doesn t truly cut loose until the climax… Lacks the gonzo energy of The Great Wall or Maleficent: Mistress of Evil. Scott Mendelson, ForbesWill wee want to see it multiple times?Can’t wait to see this again. Kirsten Acuna, InsiderI cannot wait to take my girls to see it. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyMulan opens on March 27. 裁决王座手游,经典三大职业任你选择,海量副本精彩探索,玩法非常刺激,超多的极品神装可以通过游戏任务获取,给你更加不错的游戏体验,感兴趣的玩家朋友欢迎前来下载裁决王座手游开始体验!

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KING OF THE CROP: Aladdin Makes Magic, But Will It Be Lasting?(Photo by @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)If there is one number Aladdin surely wanted to get in front of it was the four-day number that Solo: A Star Wars Story put up last year over the holiday. Over the first three days of this weekend the numbers were pretty close, with Aladdin on top .4 million to .4 million and then pulling ahead further on Monday with an estimated 2.7 million vs. 3 million. That number is good enough for the fifth-highest Memorial Day weekend ever, though no film has cracked 0 million it would take to enter the top three since Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull in 2008. Which is actually a bit shocking given the frequency at which records seem to be broken these days.So just how good are these Aladdin numbers? As big as some of the past Memorial Day opening numbers have been, very few of the films behind them have actually played the long game. Of the seven previous films to score 0-plus million over the holiday (Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End, Crystal Skull, X-Men: The Last Stand and Days of Future Past, Fast Furious 6, The Hangover Part II) only Crystal Skull dropped less than 60% the following week. Aladdin is already likely to drop back behind Godzilla: King of the Monsters and, if Rocketman can grab to million, it may even find itself back to third. Indiana Jones and the Caribbean Pirates are the only Memorial Day releases in the modern era to gross over 0 million total. (The original Star Wars opened on the Wednesday prior to Memorial Day 1977 and did it too.) On top of that, only The Hangover Part II and Return of the Jedi made it past 0 million after opening this weekend. Aladdin and Disney can celebrate this weekend, but with a 3 million production budget, this is a win that will be decided again with the international box office. It’s worldwide total stands at 3.7 million. Dumbo is still only at 8 million.Rotten Returns: While Booksmart Lands Toward Bottom of the Class, Word-Of-Mouth Could Help Olivia Wilde’s Booksmart has nothing published about its budget, though one can assume it was on the small side. (How much more could it have cost than Brightburn’s million?) And yet it s still surprising many the the movie only managed to make .69 million over the weekend. Some are saying United Artists Releasing (a.k.a. AnnapurnaOrionMGM) had a tough job of selling it to audiences. The same team gave Laika Animation their worst tally to date with Missing Link (88% on the Tomatometer), which earned less than million total. Now Booksmart, the best-reviewed narrative feature of 2019 (Certified Fresh at 98%) makes a mere .69 million over its first four days. The female-oriented teen comedy, which made a splash at South By Southwest in March, is now unlikely to outgross the Dirty Rotten Scoundrels redux, The Hustle, which has made nearly million to date and ranks in the bottom 10 films of the year, according to critics, with a 15% Tomatometer rating. Though it is not like Booksmart is leaving theaters right now. Audiences still have the opportunity to see it and get the word out. And as this is a word-of-mouth film, there is still a chance it could take off.The rest of the Top 10 and Beyond: Wick Climbs Lionsgate All-Time Chart as Avengers Heads for the TopLionsgate also received some criticism for failing Long Shot (which dropped 752 theaters this weekend but still hung on just enough for one last week in the Top 10, for a total of million). But the studio is enjoying great numbers for John Wick: Chapter 3 Parabellum, which came in second this weekend. Another million over the holiday puts the film on par with Night at the Museum: Battle for the Smithsonian, which finished its run in 2009 with more than 7 million. Wick is going to become the sixth highest-grossing domestic film in Lionsgate’s history (behind four Hunger Games and a Twilight). Third place for the weekend went to Avengers: Endgame, which is now the second film to ever cross the 0 million line domestically (it is currently million off the pace of The Force Awakens at the U.S. box office). With .677 billion worldwide, Endgame is just 5 million away from breaking Avatar’s all-time international record.Getting back to Brightburn, the James Gunn-produced evil Superman horror film, which cost million to make, had a not-so-great .5 million haul over the weekend. But, again, it was made for million, so that s more disappointing than calamitous. Especially considering that Sony’s other low-budget May release, The Intruder, has crossed million to date. Meanwhile, Pokémon Detective Pikachu is up to over 0 million. That puts it on par with past May releases Sex and the City and San Andreas, which finished with 2.6 million and 5.1 million, respectively. The 0 million production is up to 6 million worldwide.This Time Last Year: Solo Sets Course for Disappointment(Photo by @ Lucasfilm, @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Over the Memorial Day holiday, Solo: A Star Wars Story made 3 million in its first four days. That turned out to be 48.1% of its entire gross in what became one of the biggest disappointments of 2018. Deadpool 2 finished second and actually made more in 10 days than Solo would make over its entire run. Avengers: Infinity War had passed the 0 million mark earlier in the week. The Top 10 films grossed 9.2 million over the four-day holiday and averaged 58.4% on the Tomatometer. This year’s Top 10 grossed an estimated 6.7 million and averaged 63.8% on the Tomatometer.On the Vine: Godzilla Will be Box Office King, As Rocketman Aims for Potential Second PlaceNext weekend is set to be led by Godzilla: King of the Monsters. Gareth Edwards’ Godzilla opened to .1 million in 2014; Kong: Skull Island started with million in 2017. Both are Certified Fresh at 75% on the Tomatometer. What will the King do before the two epic creatures square off in 2020? The story of Elton John, Rocketman, is hoping to get some piece of the Bohemian Rhapsody crowd. So far the movie is impressing critics, Certified Fresh at 88% compared to Tomatometer score of 61% for Bohemian Rhapsody. Then there is the latest from Blumhouse: The last time Octavia Spencer worked with Tate Taylor, she baked a poop pie and won an Oscar; in Ma, she kidnaps a group of teenagers and terrorizes them.The Full Top 10: May 24-27Aladdin (2019) 57% – 2.7 million (2.7 million total)John Wick: Chapter 3 -- Parabellum (2019) 89% – million (7.64 million total)Avengers: Endgame (2019) 94% – .3 million (3.63 million total)Pokémon Detective Pikachu (2019) 68% – .28 million (0.1 million total)Brightburn (2019) 57% – .5 million (.5 million total)Booksmart (2019) 96% – .69 million (.69 million total)A Dog's Journey (2019) 51% – .52 million (.35 million total)The Hustle (2019) 14% – .79 million (.81 million total)The Intruder (2019) 33% – .93 million (.59 million total)Long Shot (2019) 81% – .1 million (.23 million total)

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ng suspects along with a preview some of the show s upcoming storylines.Penelope Blossom(Photo by Katie Yu/The CW)As one of the two principal gamemasters during the 1980s G G craze, Penelope Blossom (Nathalie Boltt) still makes a compelling suspect —even if she weaved a convincing alibi for Betty and the reconvened Midnight Club, throwing Dilton Doiley’s father, Daryl, under the bus in the process. Her details all feature the ring of truth — down to Daryl’s morbid obsession with her — but she’s still a Blossom and therefore capable of just about anything. Considering her willingness to commit Cheryl (Madelaine Petsch) last season and her involvement in the Lodge/Ghoulies cabal, orchestrating multiple murders across three decades does not seem like a stretch for her — and a slow-motion kill spree does not require a strong motive.Of course, Penelope seemed as surprised by the Ascension Party prep as everyone else, which stands as the best evidence for her innocence — at least in Featherhead’s death — even as she seems a likely suspect for anything in Riverdale.When we asked Boltt about the Gargoyle King’s identity, she offered a sly, “It’s not who you think.” She also added that Penelope has “really crazy, dark stuff coming up” in her story. “If you thought it was bad, it only gets worse … some sticky situations will arise,” she said.Some of it may have to do with Claudius Blossom (Barclay Hope), who was conspicuously absent from “The Midnight Club’s” flashback to Penelope’s first encounter with Clifford at Pop’s. “I think it s a bit of a curve ball,” she said. “It gives us something to play with in the upcoming episodes.”Hermione Lodge(Photo by Katie Yu/The CW)Last year, Hiram (Mark Consuelos) was certainly a possible mastermind behind the Black Hood (since the panic was good for his ultimate ends). But this year, Hermione (Marisol Nichols) seems the more likely Lodge behind the cow’s head mask of the Gargoyle King. As mayor, solving the latest crisis will solidify her position in town — even if it is a crisis she manufactured herself. Nichols told RT she really hopes it is not Hermione.“That means I die,” she said — not that Riverdale villains always end up on the pavement. Betty’s father, Hal (Lochlyn Munro), a.k.a. the real Black Hood, is still in prison waiting for his daughter to come to him for advice.In the short term, Nichols said Hermione is “definitely reaching her breaking point with what she s willing to do and not willing to do,” and “will redeem herself in terms of not being Hiram s shadow so much.” But could that attempt at redemption include pinning a string of seemingly senseless murders on Hiram?Hiram Lodge(Photo by Katie Yu/The CW)For as long as Hiram remains on the show, he’ll always be a default suspect in any Riverdale mystery. But during our conversation with Consuelos, the actor hinted that Hiram may have known about Gryphons and Gargoyles infiltrating the Leopold and Loeb Juvenile Detention Center.“It s a way of controlling,” he said. “Anything he does is a way of controlling the outcome for him.”The Gargoyle Gang glimpsed in this week’s episode certainly echoes the Red Circle, which Hiram helped along in both of its manifestations. And if everything really is about control for him, than G G offers a level of control heretofore unseen on Riverdale.But that introduces another question: Was he the Gargoyle King the night of the Midnight Club’s Ascension Party, or did that Gargoyle King inspire him? If so, is Hiram really working for that King? And considering his association with Warden Norton (William MacDonald), is the whole point of the SoDale prison to help the Gargoyle King find more willing players?

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3.24.0 2月喜迎Cane River (1982) , a revival of the 1982 romance set in Louisiana about a forbidden love affair between a Creole man and a Black woman, is at 100% Come to Daddy (2019) , starring Elijah Wood in a psychological horror comedy about a man who attempts to reconnect with his estranged father at a remote cabin, only to face his dark past, is Certified Fresh at 92%. And Then We Danced (2019) , about a dancer vying for a spot in the National Georgian Ensemble whose life is upended by the arrival of an accomplished rival, is at 86%. The Lodge (2019) , starring Riley Keough in a horror film about a woman who loses her grip on reality when she becomes trapped in a remote cabin with the vindictive children of her boyfriend, is Certified Fresh at 76%. Two/One (2019) , a drama about two men living on opposite sides of the world whose lives parallel each other, is at 60%. Horse Girl (2020) , starring Alison Brie in Netflix s dark sci-fi comedy about a woman struggling to differentiate between her surreal visions and reality, is at 56%. Waiting for Anya (2020) , a drama about the efforts of a teenage boy and an older widow to help smuggle Jewish children to Spain during World War II, is at 56%.
(Photo by Netflix)When Netflix’s eclectic animated sci-fi anthology series Love Death Robots returns on Friday, it will unleash a new set of eight startling visions that recall anthology magazines like Heavy Metal in terms of well-rendered worlds and intense short subjects. It is a different style of series for the service, which tends to support serialized storytelling, so if you happen upon the program while browsing Netflix this weekend, you may wonder what the program is all about.Fortunately, executive producers Tim Miller and Jennifer Yuh Nelson spoke with Rotten Tomatoes about the new shorts and how the series uses animation to tell different kinds of stories. With their assistance, here are some things to know before you push play.1. It Creates Lovingly Rendered Sci-Fi Worlds(Photo by Netflix)As Nelson pointed out, the second set of shorts have a common thematic tie: showing the worlds” created by the various filmmakers and animation studios involved in the project. Although, both she and Miller agreed that commonality is more of an unconscious decision enabled by the format.“Animation allows you to create worlds in a way that s so liberating. It s almost like the worlds become characters to these allegorical stories that ground these questions and challenging ideas in a way that s accessible to people,” she explained. “And in a short, it s kind of insane the amount of world-building that we did for something that s 15 minutes.”One example of this tantalizing worldbuilding is the short “Snow in the Desert.” Set in a rocky landscape, the stark beauty of a distant alien world — and the clues indicating why anyone would choose to live there — offers the story a richness thanks to elements which are entirely visual.“It s an amount of world-building that you would do for a feature, and it just is for 15 minutes, and then it s gone,” Nelson continued. And, perhaps, the fleetingness of those realities helps them seem more alive. It also means the sensation you may feel of having left Snow’s desert or a field of tall grass too soon is entirely intentional.Miller added, “But it is nice that [the viewer] wants more. I love the short and sharp.”2. It Utilizes Some Great Sci-Fi Short Stories As Jumping- Off Points(Photo by Netflix)Like the first volume, Love, Death Robots continues to use some great and evocative short stories as the creative jumping-off point for each film. The tall grass story comes from a story written by Joe Lansdale and may constitute the most frightening tale of the second volume. Other shorts are based on the works of Rich Larson, Joachim Heijndermans, and Harlan Ellison among others.“We re free to choose whatever stories we want, obviously, for the mix, but as Jennifer will tell you, I get a little obsessive about being true to the story once we ve chosen them,” Miller said. “I feel such a debt to the authors. They had the original flash of brilliance … The story wouldn t exist if it wasn t for them having an idea.”Although the tendency is to be faithful to the original text, some changes do occur for a variety of reasons.“Sometimes [it is] a concession of the format, or going into the visual nature of film versus the written work,” Nelson explained. “But it s always been a respect to the original spirit of the story.”(Photo by Netflix)The short she directed, “Pop Squad,” features an altered ending from Paolo Bacigalupi’s story. Despite that change, Nelson felt the “relevant” nature of the author s work still comes through in the finished film.“It s the idea of what happens to society, relationships, the meaning of life when a basic tenant of something that you live under is changed. Some limitation is removed,” she explained. “I think that is something we re probably going to have to face as a society at some point.”Although to elaborate further would constitute a spoiler for “Pop Squad,” its philosophical conundrum may prove to be the most harrowing issue some viewers are confronted with in Volume 2.3. It Very Nearly Crosses the Uncanny Valley … Even If the Producers Aren’t So Sure(Photo by Netflix)If you recall some of the early attempts at creating human characters in computer generated animation — Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within, for example — you may note that the program also highlights the breathtaking advancements in crossing the so-called Uncanny Valley: the limitation of 3D CG animation to convincingly render those characters without some form of abstraction.“It gets closer every day,” Miller said. Generally, I find that if you have a character that s just standing there, and smiling and emoting, or frowning, we can say we ve crossed the Uncanny Valley. At the same time, Miller maintained that dialogue is still a different animal and presents a further hurdle in seeing the other side of the valley. Thanks to the growing sophistication of that branch of the medium — and some visual trickery to avoid traditional close-ups — the viewer’s eye may not be so drawn to the aspects of human speech CG animation has yet to conquer.Nevertheless, it is still a far cry from the early attempts to render human characters in CG animation 20+ years ago. Those hollow and glossy puppets have been replaced with far more detailed and visually appealing characters who move in very convincing ways. Nelson credits that increased appeal to a better understanding of how to get good acting out of the animation programs.“If you have good acting, you forget that it s animated. It could be a stick figure [or] it could be a super realistic face, if you feel for the character, you re there with the character and you re not looking at whether that nose looks right,” she said.But as Miller pointed out, the Uncanny Valley is rooted in the human brain’s primal need to suss out friend or foe.“You re often trying to overcome something that is hard to quantify because it s an unconscious understanding of how facial muscles work,” he explained. Consequently, some will see the humans rendered in Volume 2 of the series as more successful than others.4. It Also Celebrates Other Animation as a Complex Form of Filmmaking(Photo by Netflix)While many of the shorts utilize a very realistic CG style, several of them go for something more stylized in terms of the characters, the overall design, or something the viewer might perceive as more arty. As Miller explained, “The Tall Grass” was designed by Trollhunters: Tales of Arcadia episode director Simon Otto to have a “painterly texture, so you almost see an illustration come to life.”“He s an amazing animator so he wanted to make things feel like fitting in that world,” Miller continued. “And he wanted to make sure that the acting, and the animation, and the looseness, and the frame rate actually worked with that sort of stylized texture.”Although Miller thought the original Landsdale story could become a very compelling live-action short or feature, Otto’s “conscious artistry” was half the thrill of producing it as an animated film.(Photo by Netflix)“That s where I think animation is superior, because not only are you worried about all the things that you have to worry about in live action, but there s this whole other layer where you can do things; this creative layer, whether it s a choice of style or animation. You can do stop motion, you can do 2D, you can do 3D. There are a lot of decisions that fall outside the realm of what you do when you re doing live action.”That sense of artistry runs right through the volume, whether it’s the more caricatured humans of Automated Customer Service, the 2D look of Ice, or Miller’s very grounded CG short, “The Drowned Giant.”5. It’s Not Afraid To Be Melancholy(Photo by Netflix)By not needing to support a serialized story or build up a single, franchise-able world, the program also has to the freedom to do something rarely seen in Western animation: be melancholy. “The Drowned Giant,” for example, is a rumination on mortality via the slowly decomposing corpse of a giant human man which inexplicably washes up on the British coastline. And though Miller mentioned it has a certain joke at the end of the short, it never goes back to the song-and-dance default conclusion of so much American animation — whether that means a literal song-and-dance or just a more upbeat ending.In the case of “The Drowned Giant,” the impulse was also to follow the tone as laid out by the story’s author, J.G. Ballard.“If you read the short story, you will absolutely recognize that it is a translation of that story. It s told in the same way, it s told with the same tone that Ballard did. And because I love the story, it didn t even occur to me that I should try and push it one way or the other,” Millar said.And though that is the tone of “The Drowned Giant,” don’t expect all of the shorts to have that same contemplative and melancholic feel. Some are rousing, others crescendo in a punchline. Nelson’s short, “Pop Squad,” may leave you pondering its central question for some time after. That variety is key to the notion of an animated anthology even as it offers a filmmaker like Miller to do something which would otherwise be “too downbeat” to produce.Nelson said the important thing is to create entertainment value, optimism, [and] positivity, where appropriate, but not the song-and-dance finale. Then again, who knows, maybe the next set of Love, Death Robots shorts will feature a sci-fi musical with a showstopping ending. As with the melancholy of The Drowned Giant, anything is possible in the program s format.Love, Death Robots: Volume 2 launches on Friday, May 14 on Netflix.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

Happy Valentine s Day! As many of you prepare to wow your better halves with fantastic displays of affection, you may also be looking for a snuggle-worthy romantic comedy to watch. With that in mind, we here at Rotten Tomatoes decided to poll our audience to see who everyone thought should be considered the King of Rom-Coms. We put together a list of 20 leading men from romantic comedies and asked you to vote one of them to the top, and the winner is Hugh Grant!Frankly, we expected a few other names to bubble up to the top Tom Hanks, or Richard Gere, or even the legendary Cary Grant but no. None of them even came close to Hughie G., who racked up a whopping 38% of the vote. The next highest vote-getter, Tom Hanks, only managed 13%. So it was pure domination for the star of Two Weeks Notice, Love Actually, Music and Lyrics, Bridget Jones s Diary, About a Boy, and of course, Notting Hill. See below for the full results of the poll, and click the link below to see who was crowned the Queen of the Rom-Coms.Find out Who Was Crowned the Queen of Rom-Coms HereFind out Who Was Crowned the Queen of Rom-Coms HereLike this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
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In the biggest news in TV and streaming this week, a DC Comics project courts a lead, Taika Waititi cultivates Indigenous humor in Reservation Dogs, Hulu presents fall programming including Michael Keaton–starring drug drama Dopesick and season 2 of The Great, a new Stranger Things 4 teaser reveals the new season s release, and much more.TOP STORYCobra Kai Breakout Xolo Maridueña in Talk to Play Jaime Reyes in HBO Max Movie Adaptation of DC Comics Hero Blue Beetle(Photo by DC Comics; Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)Cobra Kai teen star Xolo Maridueña is in talks to star in Blue Beetle, playing the lead role of Jaime Reyes in the HBO Max DC Comics movie, The Wrap reports. The project would be the first DC Films superhero movie starring a Latino character.Scarface remake writer Gareth Dunnet-Alcocer wrote the screenplay for the movie and Charm City Kings director Angel Manuel Soto will direct the movie about Reyes/Blue Beetle, a Mexican-American teenager who found the Blue Beetle scarab on the way home from school, per the DC.fandom.com Wiki. The scarab came to life that night and fused to Jaime’s spine, giving him alien armor that can enhance his speed and strength and create wings and shields.Maridueña currently stars as Miguel Diaz, teen heartthrob and protégé of Billy Zabka’s Johnny Lawrence in the Netflix hit series Cobra Kai, which just released a trailer for its upcoming fourth season, which premieres in December.TCA 2021: Taika Waititi Says Reservation Dogs Plays for Indigenous Humor; Hulu Announces Fall PremieresThe Television Critics Association’s summer sessions kicked off this week, and FX’s first panel featured Reservation Dogs creators Taika Waititi and Sterlin Harjo talking about their passion project, the dramedy inspired by their own childhood experiences. The series revolves around a group of four Indigenous teens in rural Oklahoma who commit crimes in pursuit of raising enough cash to move to California, which they believe to be some sort of utopia.The show is sincere and funny, with indigenous people in the cast, in the writers room, and directing and producing. It was conceived by longtime friends Waititi and Harjo, an Oklahoma native, one night in Waititi’s kitchen, during a deep conversation aided by lots of tea … “hard tea,” Waititi said. “Tequila-flavored tea,” Harjo added.The friends also were committed to a different tone for the show, one that wouldn’t rely on old, and even more recent, cliches about depressing life on Native American reservations.“We don t want to depress people,” Waititi said during the TCA discussion. “There s so much humor in our communities. There s so many jokers, and it s not … I always say that I thought some of my early films would get negative feedback about them because they were, like, ‘Well, there s not enough culture specificity, and it sort of paints a depressing picture of …’ or, like, ‘You are also making fun.’ They didn t quite know how to take it.“And I was, like, ‘I get what s happening’ … All they want is to see us, like, riding whales, talking to trees, you know, playing flutes on mountaintops and talking to ghosts and learning something from our grandmother. And that s it. That s all that they expect.  And to twist those expectations is a powerful thing.”Reservation Dogs premieres on FX August 9.Also during TCA, Hulu announced premiere dates and released trailers for some of its top fall programming.Limited series Dopesick examines how Purdue Pharma triggered the worst drug epidemic in U.S. history. The drama is executive produced by Danny Strong (Empire) and star Michael Keaton (Spotlight) and also stars Peter Sarsgaard, Michael Stuhlbarg, Will Poulter, John Hoogenakker, with Kaitlyn Dever and Rosario Dawson. Guest stars include Phillipa Soo and Jake McDorman. The series premieres on Wednesday, October 13.Season 2 of The Great finds Catherine (Elle Fanning) taking the Russian throne from her husband Tsar Peter (Nicholas Holt), but finding that the country she s liberated doesn t want to be. Gillian Anderson guest stars as the empress mother. Season 2 premieres on Friday, November 19.More news from Hulu:Animaniacs season 2 trailer revealed and a November 5 release date announced.True-crime documentary Dead Asleep asks, Did a remorseful Randy Herman Jr. really commit a brutal murder in his sleep, or was it a convenient cover story? and docuseries Captive Audience reviews the 1972 disappearance of 7-year-old Steven Stayner, his return, a TV miniseries, and what followed.Hulu announced a  series order for comedy This Fool, inspired by the life of up-and-coming comedian Chris Estrada, in which he will also write, star and executive produce.Fall foodie lineup of unscripted series debuts on Thursdays, including Baker’s Dozen (premiering Oct. 7), The Next Thing You Eat (premiering Oct. 21), and a special holiday edition of the award-winning Taste The Nation (premiering Nov. 4).Check back later on Friday for highlights from the panels for Hulu’s first day of TCA presentations, including Nine Perfect Strangers and Only Murders in the Building.NEW TRAILERS: Stranger Things 4 Teaser Announces 2022 ReleaseA new teaser for season 4 of Stranger Things reveals a 2022 release for the highly-anticipated new season of the Netflix horror series. Who s returning? Expect to see David Harbour, Winona Ryder, Millie Bobby Brown, Finn Wolfhard, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Noah Schnapp, Sadie Sink, Priah Ferguson, Natalia Dyer, Charlie Heaton, Joe Keery, Maya Hawke, Cara Buono, and Brett Gelman. Earlier teasers have revealed that Harbour s Hopper is imprisoned in a Russian gulag at the start of the new season.Related: Everything We Know About Stranger Things Season 4 More trailers and teasers released this week:• Y: The Last Man is the series adaptation of the classic post-apocalyptic graphic novel from Brian K. Vaughn and Pia Guerra about Yorick Brown (Ben Schnetzer), who discovers he is the last man on the planet. Also stars Diane Lane, Olivia Thirlby, Marin Ireland, and Amber Tamblyn. Premieres Sept. 13. (FX)• The opening sequence for Blade Runner: Black Lotus hints at what we’ll see in the animated series about a young woman who wakes up, in 2032 Los Angeles, with no memories, and only a locked data device and a tattoo of a black lotus as clues to her past. Stars Jessica Henwick, Samira Wiley, Brian Cox, Josh Duhamel, Wes Bentley, Stephen Root, and Gregg Henry. Premieres November. (Adult Swim)• Truth Be Told, season 2, stars Oscar winner Octavia Spencer and Kate Hudson, with Spencer playing an investigative reporter whose true crime podcast case involves her childhood friend (Hudson). The anthology series also stars Mekhi Phifer, Michael Beach, Ron Cephas Jones, Tracie Thoms, Haneefah Wood, Tami Roman, and Katherine LaNasa. Premieres Aug. 20. (Apple TV+)• Yellowjackets is a psychological thriller about a group of high school soccer stars who survive a plane crash, but then have to survive in the wilderness waiting to be rescued. Stars Christina Ricci, Juliette Lewis, and Melanie Lynskey. Premieres this fall. (Showtime)• Bitchin’: The Sound and Fury of Rick James is a documentary movie about the wild and crazy career and personal life of the late R B superstar. Premieres Sept. 3. (Showtime)• Queen Sugar season 6 finds the Bordelon family dealing with the aftermath of the pandemic. Stars Rutina Wesley. Premieres Sept. 7. (OWN)• He’s All That is the remake of teen classic She’s All That, in which TikTok star Addison Rae makes over her supposedly uncool classmate, played by Cobra Kai star Tanner Buchanan. Premieres Aug. 27. (Netflix)• Pretty Hard Cases is a buddy cop about two radically different female detectives in their early 40s. Starring Orange Is the New Black alum Adrienne C. Moore and Baroness von Sketch Show’s Meredith MacNeill. Premieres Sept. 6. (IMDB TV)• Cinderella is Prime Video’s remake of the classic fairy tale, with pop star Camila Cabello as the modern version of the girl looking for her Prince Charming (who, turns out, isn’t Shawn Mendes). Also stars Billy Porter, Idina Menzel, and James Corden. Premieres Sept. 3. (Amazon Video)• Impeachment: American Crime Story is the latest installment of Ryan Murphy’s anthology series, this one focusing on the impeachment of Bill Clinton and his scandalous affair with intern Monica Lewinsky. Stars Beanie Feldstein, Clive Owen, Edie Falco, Sarah Paulson, and Cobie Smulders. Premieres Sept. 7. (FX)For all the latest TV and streaming trailers subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel.CASTING: Yellowstone Prequel Series 1883 Will Star Sam Elliott and Country Music Supercouple Tim McGraw and Faith Hill(Photo by John Shearer/Getty Images for Country Music Hall Of Fame Museum)Oscar nominee Sam Elliott and superstar country music stars – and real-life marrieds – Tim McGraw and Faith Hill will lead the cast of Paramount+’s Yellowstone prequel series 1883. Created by Oscar-nominated Taylor Sheridan, who also created Yellowstone, 1883 follows the Dutton family as they leave Texas and head west to Montana, in “a stark retelling of Western expansion, and an intense study of one family fleeing poverty to seek a better future in America’s promised land.” Elliott will play Shea Brennan, a tough cowboy who guides a group to Montana, while McGraw and Hill will play James and Margaret Dutton, the patriarch and matriarch of the Dutton family.Neil Patrick Harris is returning to sitcom land in the Netflix comedy Uncoupled, about a middle-aged New York City man who finds himself suddenly single when his husband leaves after 17 years together. Darren Star created the series with Modern Family producer Jeffrey Richman. (Deadline)NPH’s How I Met Your Mother co-star Cobie Smulders will play conservative political pundit Ann Coulter in Impeachment: American Crime Story, replacing Betty Gilpin, who had to drop out of the FX project about Bill Clinton’s impeachment scandal and his affair with Monica Lewinsky because of a scheduling conflict. (Variety)Leslie Jones and Nat Faxon will be recurring guest stars on Taika Waititi’s HBO Max pirate comedy Our Flag Means Death. Details on the characters they’ll play remain under wraps.Disney+ has announced the cast for its animated Halloween special, Star Wars Lego Terrifying Tales: Jake Green as Poe Dameron, Raphael Alejandro as Dean, Dana Snyder as Graballa the Hutt, Tony Hale as Vaneé, Christian Slater as Ren, Trevor Devall as Emperor Palpatine, Mary Elizabeth McGlynn as NI-L8, and Matt Sloan as Darth Vader. The special premieres Oct. 1.Ron Cephas Jones and Vinnie Jones will have recurring roles as a congressman and a gangster on season 2 of NBC’s Law Order: Organized Crime (Deadline), and Ellen Burstyn will reunite with Chris Meloni as Stabler’s mom, a role that earned her an Emmy on Law Order: SVU. (TVLine)In a move that’s a huge buzzkill for those of us who are #TeamLevarBurton in the search for a new Jeopardy! host, Jeopardy! executive producer Mike Richards is in “advanced negotiations” to get the job. Richards previously hosted Divided and The Pyramid on GSN, and has also been a producer on The Price Is Right, Let’s Make a Deal, and the celebrity Who Wants To Be a Millionaire. (Variety)Dylan Minnette (13 Reasons Why), Alan Ruck, and Mary Lynn Rajskub have joined the cast of Hulu’s The Dropout, the limited series about Elizabeth Holmes and Theranos, with Amanda Seyfried playing Holmes. Minnette will play Tyler Schultz, a new hire who quickly learns Theranos is manipulating their data; Ruck is a Walgreens exec who thinks his company has hit the jackpot with Theranos; and Rajskub plays Lorraine Fuisz, the wife of William H. Macy’s Richard Fuisz, the doctor and inventor who helped expose that blood testing company Theranos was a fraud. Other recurring cast members, including Sam Waterson as former Secretary of State George Schultz, a Theranos board member and grandfather of Tyler Schultz; Anne Archer as George Schultz’s wife Charlotte; and Kurtwood Smith as powerful attorney David Boies, who represented Theranos. (Deadline)There’s a mini Xena: Warrior Princess happening on Acorn, where Renee O’Connor is guest starring with her Xena pal Lucy Lawless in Season 2 of Lawless’ hit drama My Life Is Murder. O’Connor will play the wife of a self-help guru, whose murder Lawless’ Alexa is investigating. Season 2, which also includes guest appearances by William Shatner and Martin Henderson, premieres Aug. 30.Keegan-Michael Key and Johnny Knoxville are playing unspecified roles in Hulu’s comedy Reboot, about the cast of an old family sitcom that is rebooted, with the cast now forced to deal with old tensions from their original co-working days. The comedy is created by Modern Family co-creator Steven Levitan, John Enborn (Party Down), and Danielle Stokdyk (Veronica Mars).HBO Max’s limited series Love and Death, about murderous Texas housewife Candy Montgomery, has added cast members, including Atypical star Keir Gilchrist as Pastor Ron Adams, Homeland alum Elizabeth Marvel as Pastor Jackie Ponder, and Ozark star Tom Pelphrey as Don Crowder, Candy’s (Elizabeth Olsen) defense attorney after she was charged with killing friend and fellow churchgoer Betty Gore (Lily Rabe), whose husband (Jesse Plemons) was having an affair with Montgomery. Patrick Fugit appears as Montgomery s husband. (Deadline)PRODUCTION DEVELOPMENT: South Park Creators, Reese Witherspoon Sign Near Billion-Dollar Deals to Continue Making Hit TV Series and Movies(Photo by Sam Tabone/WireImage)South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone have signed a new deal with MTV Entertainment Studios that will see the duo continue to make new episodes of their classic animated comedy through Season 30, and make 14 new made-for-streaming South Park movies that will premiere on Paramount+. The deal will mean South Park, which launches its 25th season in 2022, will air on Comedy Central through at least 2027. Meanwhile, two of the 14 movies will premiere on Paramount+ this year. And for this continuing time with Cartman and his pals,  Parker and Stone will earn a reported 0 million.But the South Park fellas aren’t the only TV producers landing a near billion-dollar deal. Reese Witherspoon’s Hello Sunshine multimedia company is being sold also for a reported 0 billion. The company, a media and lifestyle brand that includes Witherspoon as an executive producer (and star) on hit series Big Little Lies, The Morning Show, and Little Fires Everywhere. The company is being sold to a new media company backed by private equity firm Blackstone, but Witherspoon and her senior management execs are staying on to run the company.Alex Kurtzman, Paramount+’s leader of the current and ever-expanding Star Trek universe on the streaming network, has signed a nine-figure deal that will extend his relationship with the company through at least 2026. In addition to Trek, Kurtzman’s many other projects for Viacom properties includes Scarface and The Untouchables updates, The Man Who Fell to Earth starring Chiwetel Ejiofor, and an adaptation of Kavalier and Clay with the bestseller’s author Michael Chabon, all for Showtime.In even more Paramount news, Justin Simien (Dear White People), has signed a three-year overall deal with Paramount Television Studios. Though his Culture Machine production company, he will develop premium television series.HBO Max is releasing a new Batman series … a Caped Crusader podcast series. Batman: The Audio Adventures stars Jeffrey Wright in the title role, with Rosario Dawson as Batwoman, John Leguizamo as the Riddler, and other roles played by Jason Sudeikis, Kenan Thompson, Seth Meters, Bobby Moynihan, Fred Armisen, and Heidi Gardner. The Batman is part of HBO Max’s plans to beef up its podcast slate, including a look back at the series Band of Brothers for its 20th anniversary, HBO Max Movie Club that will spotlight flicks in the streamer’s library, and The O.C. podcast Welcome to the O.C., Bitches! (THR)Amazon announced the release date for it’s the Lord of the Rings original series: September 2, 2022. To celebrate the series wrapping filming in New Zealand, Amazon also released a first look photo of the series, which will debut on Prime Video in more than 240 territories and countries. The series is set a thousand years before the events in J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings books, and follows an ensemble cast of characters, both familiar and new, as they confront the long-feared re-emergence of evil to Middle-earth.Hulu has ordered to series an adaptation of author Carola Lovering’s novel Tell Me Lies, with Emma Roberts as executive producer and The Meyerowitz Stories star Grace Van Patten starring. Tell Me Lies is a drama following eight years in the complicated relationship between a pair who meet as college students, but are both dealing with major secrets and childhood traumas.Oscar winner Marlee Matlin will star in and executive produce a workplace comedy NBC is developing. The untitled series would revolve around DJ (Matlin), the manager of a Los Angeles sign language interpreter agency. (Deadline)Netflix and the producers of The Last Dance are teaming up for a five-part series – Countdown: Inspiration4 Mission to Space – that will document the first completely civilian mission to orbit the Earth in a SpaceX capsule. Inspiration4, which will raise money and awareness for St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, is scheduled to launch on Sept. 15 and orbit the Earth for three days, significantly longer than the recent trips to space by entrepreneurs Richard Branson and Jeff Bezos. The series premieres Sept. 6 with previews of the project, and a movie-length finale will air at the end of September and feature footage from the trip.Laurence Fishburne is adapting Sag Harbor, the 2009 novel from two-time Pulitzer winner Colson Whitehead, for HBO Max. Fishburne and Whitehead will be executive producers on the series, which revolves around Benji, one of the few Black students at his elite Manhattan prep school, who spends his summer in Sag Harbor, where a small group of Black professionals have created their own community. (Deadline)Amazon has greenlit the comedy movie Ex-Husbands, a gay divorce comedy starring Billy Eichner, based on his original story about the first gay couple in New York City to get legally married. Daniel and Conner were deeply in love, but their dream wedding is now being followed by a nightmare divorce, “War of the Roses” style. Eichner is producing the movie, along with Greg Berlanti.On September 10, Apple TV+ will premiere the filmed version of the Tony-winning Broadway musical Come From Away, which tells the story of 7,000 people stranded in the small town of Gander, Newfoundland after all flights into the United States are grounded on September 11, 2001. As the people of Newfoundland graciously welcome the “come from aways” into their community in the aftermath, the passengers and locals alike process what’s happened while finding love, laughter, and new hope in the bonds they forge. The production was filmed in May in New York, for an audience that included 9/11 survivors and front-line workers.IMDB TV has picked up Season 1 of the scripted drama Troppo, starring Thomas Jane as Ted Conkaffey, an ex-cop falsely accused of committing a disturbing crime, who has escaped to hide in the tropics of Australia. As he tries to avoid discovery, he s drawn into investigating a wild murder and a missing person, alongside a complicated woman with dark. The series is based on the novel Crimson Lake,  written by bestselling author Candice Fox.Mmmm Donuts(Photo by 20th Television)For every Simpsons fan who’s ever wanted to indulge in a Krusty Burger, a Squishee, Chief Wiggum’s chili, and Homer’s “Mmmm”-inspiring donuts, Simon Schuster has released The Unofficial Simpsons Cookbook, a colorful, photo-packed collection of recipes for the best eats featured in more than 700 episodes.FandangoNOW Merges Into VuduAnd, heads up for FandangoNOW customers: starting this week, FandangoNOW customers can transfer their accounts and movie and TV collections to Vudu, with access to your content provided through Vudu thereafter. The Movie Store and TV Store on Roku devices will automatically update from FandangoNOW to the new Vudu. (Note: Rotten Tomatoes is a division of Fandango.)On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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Ghcxuf ViacomCBS busted out its Paramount+ goodies like a content piñata during the company s investor day this week: more Avatar, a Halo series update, Star Trek expansion, Rugrats revival and more top news in streaming and TV.TOP STORYFresh Avatar Series Part of a Slew of New Plans For Paramount and Paramount+, Including Rebooted Frasier and Criminal Minds, Halo Series, and Series Adaptations of The Italian Job and Fatal Attraction(Photo by Nickelodeon)ViacomCBS delivered great news to Avatar: The Last Airbender fans this week: Nickelodeon’s Avatar Studios was created to launch new animated TV series and movies in the franchise, to air on Nick, in theaters, and on Paramount+, the company announced during its investor day on Wednesday.The new studio will be run by Avatar: The Last Airbender creators Michael DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko, who left Netflix’s live-action Avatar movie last summer. Their first project for Avatar Studios is an animated Last Airbender theatrical movie that will begin production before the end of this year.In other Paramount+ news as ViacomCBS prepares to debut its rebranded streaming service on March 4:• Kelsey Grammer has signed on for a reboot of his 1993-2004 Emmy-winning NBC comedy Frasier, in which he’ll play Dr. Frasier Crane, the psychiatrist who first debuted on Cheers. The series, which has so far has not added any of Grammer’s original co-stars, is scheduled to debut in 2022 on Paramount+.• CBS hit Criminal Minds wrapped up its 15-season run in 2020, but Paramount+ is ready to bring it back. No specific cast members have yet been announced, but showrunner Erica Messer will resume that role for the streaming reboot.• Pablo Schreiber is starring as Master Chief, with Bokeem Woodbine and Natascha McElhone co-starring, in the Halo TV series that is moving from Showtime, another Viacom company, to Paramount+.Related: Everything We Know About the Halo TV Series • Jeremy Renner will star in Mayor of Kingstown, from Yellowstone creator Taylor Sheridan. The drama, originally set at Paramount Network but moved to Paramount+, revolves around the McLusky family, the most powerful in a small Michigan town. Antoine Fuqua is an executive producer, as is Renner and Sheridan. 😈😈


魔兽天地劫秘籍 The CW reshaped the status quo of its comic book–based programming on Thursday by releasing a bevy of information during its annual Upfront presentation to advertisers. Besides trailers for the upcoming Batwoman and Katy Keene series, it also unveiled a new fall schedule obscuring the prevalence of superheroes on the network and teased the coming of “Crisis on Infinite Earths,” the annual fall Arrowverse crossover which will prove to be the most epic yet devised.So let’s take a look at what The CW’s comic book future will look like in the 2019-2020 season.No Legends of Tomorrow Until 2020Starting with the saddest bit of news — no, not the imminent end of Arrow — the network has postponed DC’s Legends of Tomorrow until mid-season. We’re big fans of the scrappy, goofy, time-traveling series. Despite the roughest of starts for any of the CW superhero shows, it found its voice in humor and the wilder aspects of the DC Comics library – from the most unlikely band of heroes to recurring spots for characters like John Constantine (Matt Ryan), and the demon Neron.Then again, those qualities make it much more a CW mid-season series than a headliner like The Flash or Riverdale. Consider off-beat series like My Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and iZombie and the placement makes much more sense. While it proved to be a nice change of pace from the dour Arrow this season, it also doesn’t need the connection to the main Arrowverse series like it once did. Perhaps the series will flourish in iZombie’s place.Alternatively, we may soon be sad to discover Legends will take another cue from iZombie and plan for its fifth season to be its last.Batwoman Gets a Fall PremiereIn one of the bigger surprises, Batwoman will arrive on The CW in the fall. The series seemed destined to replace Arrow on the schedule, but giving it a big fall debut signals the network has a certain confidence in the program.The series stars Ruby Rose as Kate Kane, Bruce Wayne’s cousin. Three years after Batman disappeared from Gotham City, crime has once again run rampant, and Kate’s father Jacob (Dougray Scott) attempts to hold back the tide as the head of Crows Private Security. But with the Alice in Wonderland gang kidnapping his own officers, Kate returns to town only to discover Alice’s latest victim is her ex-girlfriend Sophie Moore (Meagan Tandy). Tired of this state of affairs, Kate learns the truth about Bruce and takes up the cape and cowl as her own – even if her father despises masked vigilantes. Also, it is entirely possible Kate has a closer tie to Alice (Rachel Skarsten) than she realizes.The premise continues a certain progression within the Arrowverse as it gets closer to the main DC superheroes. Also, Batwoman is a pretty great character in her own right thanks to a complex inner life and mythology devised by Greg Ruka, J.H. Williams III, and W. Haden Blackman. From the trailer released by The CW on Thursday, some of these elements are already on display; like Kate’s dishonorable discharge from military school and Alice herself. Sadly, some of the elements we love from the comic book – Jacob as Kate’s version of Alfred and a ongoing relationship with Maggie Sawyer – will not be part of the series, but knowing the love these programs have for the source material, we expect those things will be honored in some way.The series will be paired with Supergirl on Sundays, a move which seemed fated from the moment word of a potential Batwoman series first made the rounds last summer. This seemed like such an obvious pairing, we were shocked to learn in last year’s “Elseworlds” crossover that Kate lives on Earth-1 and not Kara’s (Melissa Benoist) Earth-38. But with the coming Crisis, their pan-dimensional addresses may change.Arrow Joins The Flash on Tuesdays(Photo by JSquared Photography/The CW)Though The CW has a bevy of superhero shows (and two more shows based on comic books), it makes an attempt not to be known as the comic book network. One of the tactics they employ to obscure its superhero reliance is doubling the shows up on two key nights. In fall 2019, Tuesday will once again serves as the anchor night for this scheme as Arrow spends its final days as The Flash’s lead-out.And based on the way season 7 ended, it seems the eighth and final year will see Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) on one last mission to not only save his city, but the entire Multiverse. In a way, it seems mind-boggling that a show once so grounded as Arrow would end with its lead character saving all of creation. Then again, it also seems like something Oliver would take upon himself even if he hadn’t made that deal with The Monitor (LaMonica Garrett) during last Fall’s “Elseworlds” crossover. Presumably, this last mission will take place within the Arrow context — that is to say, a grounded story without super-powered shenanigans — before the Crisis takes Ollie to the cosmos.We’re also going to presume Legends will take Arrow’s Tuesday night slot in 2020. Black Lightning, which has held the Tuesday 9 p.m. slot since it debuted, is moving to Monday’s following All American in the Fall.Katy Keene Also Gets a Mid-Season SlotWith Riverdale seemingly heading toward an endgame — at least, its season finale heavily suggested a series-ending twist for next year — its world will finally expand with Katy Keene, a series based on the Archie Comics character set for a mid-season debut. The network previously developed Chilling Adventures of Sabrina as a Riverdale expansion before it quickly found a new home at Netflix. Compared to that show, it is easy to see why Katy Keene is a better fit for the network.Starring Lucy Hale, Ashleigh Murray, Jonny Beachamp, and Julia Chan as four up-and-comers in a New York as magical and timeless as Riverdale is murky and corrupt, the series was initially pitched as a musical dramedy, but that terminology has disappeared from all official descriptions of the series. Music will still be a big part of the series as Murray imports her Riverdale character Josie McCoy to Katy Keene. In fact, supporting characters from the Josie and the Pussycats comics like the Alexander and Alexandra Cabot will feature regularly on the series in the forms of actors Lucien Laviscount and Camille Hyde. The series will also feature Zane Holtz as Katy’s longtime boyfriend KO Kelly – another Archie Comics import – and Katherine LaNasa as Katy’s “demanding” boss Gloria.While seemingly light as air, the show hints at a dark edge with Chan’s Pepper Smith described as a mysterious player in town with dubious connections and even more dubious wealth. Considering the series was developed by Riverdale and Sabrina executive producer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, the show is almost guaranteed to have a dark heart beating under that veneer of glamour.In the meantime, though, it looks like a near-perfect intersection of The CW’s most successful programs. It would just need a member of the Gossip Girl cast to show up as a speedster to be really perfect.Riverdale, meanwhile, will remain its Wednesday 8 p.m. time slot. We would not be surprised to see Katy Keene become its lead-out come winter.The Crisis Is Nearly Upon Us(Photo by The CW)But there was one key happening the network was excited to tease during its presentation: the 2019 Arrowverse crossover, “Crisis on Infinite Earths.” The title is borrowed from the historic 1985 miniseries published by DC Comics, in which the company celebrated 50 years of its rich history while also ending the DC Universe as it existed up to that point. As the marketing at the time stated, “Worlds will live, worlds will die, and nothing will ever be the same.”In calling the 2019 crossover “Crisis,” we expect it will have similar ramifications. As it happens, Barry Allen and Kara Zor-El famously died in that story – and in rare display of fortitude in comics, both stayed dead for quite awhile – a possible ending for their TV counterparts hinted at during “Elseworlds.” But more importantly, the story ended with several DC Comics Earths merging into one new Earth. Considering this was one of the original Crisis on Infinite Earths’ lasting legacies for nearly two decades, we would not be surprised to see Kara become a permanent resident of the same reality as Barry Allen. This may be why Cisco Ramon (Carlos Valdes) was so quick to give up his powers. In 10 months’ time, there will no longer be a Multiverse to vibe into.As a television event, “Crisis” will span for three episodes prior to the customary CW winter hiatus, then resume with two more episodes in January 2020. But considering the way the Arrowverse programs will be doubled-up on Sundays and Tuesdays, it is unclear how each of the five parts will air. The previous crossover were stripped across three-to-four days, so that will like be the case again, with Black Lightning switching nights with one of the other shows or taking part itself – though the network has made no suggestion the show will finally become part of the Arrowverse. In fact, its story lines are so tightly paced, we have no idea how it could pause to help Barry (Grant Gustin) save all of time and space. Nonetheless, we d still love to see the Pierces standing alongside the heroes of Earth-1 and Earth-38 when they face off against the single greatest existential threat to ever laugh at the DC superheroes.

而且《黑暗与光明手游》的驯兽玩法也相当有意思,玩家驯兽后可以让驯服的生物帮助采集资源,还能乘骑、跑图、协助作战,甚至不少强大的玩家还将驯服的强力生物放到基地内去驻守,用于抵御那些居心叵测想要抄家的敌人。因为沙盒游戏的高自由度的丰富的玩法,《黑暗与光明手游》也很让人上头。 . But one of the hardest things is to play his level of immaturity in his outlook on life, and towards other people. As a person, I read his part, or I have at times and gone, ‘Will you just f king grow up?’ But it s the story of a guy struggling to grow up and as the time s gone by and he has changed, now we get into places that I can relate to more and that I can feel, personally, more sympathy for.”



魔兽天地劫秘籍 (Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures, ©2020 Disney/Pixar)For some, December 25th movie releases have traditionally offered an escape from uncomfortable family time while providing theater employees a chance to make that sweet holiday pay. Most of us won t be heading to cineplexes on Christmas Day this year, though, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the widespread business closures associated with it. Like a lot of things in 2020, it s an unprecedented situation, and movie lovers looking for something to pass the time will instead likely turn to HBO Max s Wonder Woman 1984 or Disney+ s Soul to fill that gap. All of this got us thinking about the movies of Christmas Past, and we thought it might be both fun and enlightening to look back at every film ever released on December 25th and try to figure out if one rises above all the rest.One might understandably assume the list would be littered with holiday classics, but since they re typically released earlier than, you know, Christmas Day, we ended up with a hodgepodge of just about anything you could imagine. Considering they include titles as diverse as Magnum Force, Tombstone, An American Werewolf in Paris, and that most celebrated of yuletide standards, 47 Ronin, it s clear that there isn t any rhyme or reason to Christmas Day releases beyond Let s cross our fingers and hope this makes a lot of money. (Photo by Frank Connor/©Universal Pictures)Before we jump in, though, we need to clarify a few things about the process. First, our data set includes films that received wide releases on December 25th and have Tomatometers, Audience Scores, and reliable box office numbers. Regarding the latter, we had to stick to domestic box office earnings due to reliability issues with global market totals. Unfortunately, this meant older films like There Was a Crooked Man and Friday Foster failed to make the cut due to incomplete or insufficient data. Once we collected the relevant information, we ranked all the movies by Tomatometer, Audience Score, and Domestic Box Office (adjusted for inflation), added up their ranking numbers, and arranged the results in descending order so that the film with the lowest rank total would take the top spot. We know; it s a lot to digest.With the logistics out of the way, let’s get to why you’re here. After compiling all the statistics and ranking all 124 movies we looked at, we were able to narrow the list down to a Top 10. Will the top spot go to a bloody revisionist Western, an all-timer heist flick, or a stylish take on a legendary sleuth? Check out the full list below, along with each film s rank in our three data categories and a little bit of context, to find out which one is the Best Movie Released on December 25th!10. Tombstone (1993) 50 Points(Photo by ©Buena Vista Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)Tomatometer Score (Rank): 74% (21st)Audience Score (Rank): 94% (4th)Domestic Box Office (Rank): 5 million (25th)While we have no evidence of this, it’s safe to assume that many adults would’ve been O.K. to receive tickets from Santa to go watch Tombstone when it was released on December 25, 1993. The thought of watching legendary lawman Wyatt Earp (Kurt Russell) go to war against an outlaw gang of red-sashed murderers, led by Powers Boothe and Michael Biehn, is simply too epic to pass up. Not only was Tombstone a hit in 1993, but it’s grown in stature since then as its memorable mustachioed characters, epic gun fights, and iconic lines ( I’m your Huckleberry ) have become more and more popular. It also doesn’t hurt that the cast also includes – deep breath – Val Kilmer, Bill Paxton, Sam Elliott, Billy Zane, Michael Rooker, Charlton Heston, Stephen Lang, Thomas Haden Church, Billy Bob Thornton, and Dana Delaney, and they re all excellent. Tombstone is a rollicking good time, and despite some behind-the-scenes friction and director swaps, it s still a fan favorite that boasts an outstanding 94% Audience Score.It’s tough to single out the best moment, as the movie features a plethora of memorable scenes. Whether it’s Wyatt Earp’s takedown of a bully (Billy Bob Thornton in a fun cameo) or Doc Holliday s “I’m your Huckleberry” right before he puts one in Johnny Ringo s forehead, Tombstone has a deep bench of epic moments and characters, which is why it’s on our list.9. Sherlock Holmes (2009) 49 Points (Tie)(Photo by Alex Bailey/©Warner Bros. courtesy Everett Collection)Tomatometer Score (Rank): 69% (25th)Audience Score (Rank): 77% (20th)Domestic Box Office (Rank): 0 million (4th)Riding high off the success of 2008’s Iron Man, Robert Downey Jr. stepped into the well-worn shoes of another famous brilliant person, Sherlock Holmes. The end result was an intriguing modern-day update of the character created by Arthur Conan Doyle in 1887. Rather than simply using his brain, Holmes uses his brawn as well, engaging in underground fist fights that showcase his six-pack abs and uncanny ability to anticipate his foe s moves, which allows him to exert maximum pain on his bare-knuckle boxing opponent (is that cheating?).The Guy Ritchie-directed film about Sherlock’s hunt for an aristocratic serial killer would go on to collect 4 million worldwide and spawn a sequel two years later, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, which also cleared the 0 million mark at the global box office.Fans and critics alike were fairly impressed with the performances by A-listers Downey, Jude Law, Rachel McAdams, and Mark Strong, as well as the stylized directing of Ritchie, which breathed new life into an old character. We re even scheduled to get a third entry in the franchise in December of 2021.9. Magnum Force (1973) 49 Points (Tie)(Photo by Everett Collection)Tomatometer Score (Rank): 72% (23rd)Audience Score (Rank): 77% (20th)Domestic Box Office (Rank): 1 million (6th)As the second entry in the five-film Dirty Harry franchise, Magnum Force had the luxury of trading on the blockbuster success of its predecessor, but it also carried the expectations of the popular film that featured San Francisco Police Department Inspector Harry Callahan (Clint Eastwood) asking people if they felt lucky. Focusing on Harry s hunt for corrupt cops who take the law into their own hands, Magnum Force features explosions, murder, blood, profanity, and more explosions – you know, typical holiday movie stuff – which thrilled 1973 audiences who were looking for all of those things. Director Ted Post, who also worked with Eastwood on the well-received 1968 Western Hang ‘em High, knew what he was doing (making an action sequel), and there is no better evidence of that than in the opening credits: the cast and crew list is played over Harry’s .44 Magnum gun, which he then points towards the screen and shoots (think American James Bond) in a bonkers breaking of the fourth wall that tells the audience immediately what they re in for.7. Broadcast News (1987) 48 Points(Photo by ©20th Century Fox Film Corp.)Tomatometer Score (Rank): 98% (2nd)Audience Score (Rank): 79% (18th)Domestic Box Office (Rank): 6 million (28th)Written and directed by James L. Brooks, the workplace comedy Broadcast News was nominated for seven Academy Awards and is considered to be one of the greatest movies ever about journalism. Holly Hunter, William Hurt, and Albert Brooks all received Oscar nominations for their lively performances, and it would be tough to find a more likable and well-written comedy about three people who love/hate making television together. Hunter famously joined the project shortly before production started, and she’s so good you’d think Brooks wrote the role just for her. Also, if you’ve never watched Broadcast News, go ahead and check out Aaron s (Albert Brooks) sweating scene; it’s an uncomfortable moment that features an excellent reporter absolutely bombing on camera, and Brooks plays it to perfection. Glancing at the reviews, you’ll see the phrases “uproariously funny,” “warm and heartfelt,” and “enormously entertaining” pop up time after time, and for good reason. Broadcast News gave audiences a lot to cheer for on December 25, 1987.6. The Aviator (2004) 47 Points(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)Tomatometer Score (Rank): 86% (11th)Audience Score (Rank): 79% (18th)Domestic Box Office (Rank): 7 million (18th)Directed by Martin Scorsese, and starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Cate Blanchett (who won a Best Supporting Actress Oscar), and Kate Beckinsale, among others, The Aviator focuses on the early life of director/aviator/entrepreneur Howard Hughes and his legendary antics. Much like Hughes, The Aviator is larger than life as Scorsese loads it with glamour, plane crashes, and excellent visual effects that blend seamlessly into the period setting. The Aviator was the second (of the now five) collaborations between DiCaprio and Scorsese, and it netted DiCaprio his first Best Actor Academy Award nomination (he was previously nominated for Best Supporting Actor for What’s Eating Gilbert Grape); it also happens to be the first of three – yes, three – appearances on this list by Leonardo DiCaprio. The 0 million-budgeted drama won five Oscars (of a total 11 nominations) and still holds up beautifully, as the work of editor Thelma Schoomaker and cinematographer Robert Richardson give the 170-minute biopic an epic feel.5. Little Women (2019) 42 Points(Photo by Sony Pictures)Tomatometer Score (Rank): 95% (5th)Audience Score (Rank): 92% (6th)Domestic Box Office (Rank): 8 million (31st)Powered by Greta Gerwig’s Academy Award-nominated script and direction, the million-budgeted Little Women pulled in 6 million worldwide and was met with near universal praise. The feat is all the more impressive (and not altogether unexpected, since Gerwig loves the novel) considering Louisa May Alcott’s iconic story about sisters growing up in Massachusetts during the civil war has been adapted for the screen multiple times, dating all the way back to 1917. What makes this adaptation stand out among the rest is the way Gerwig includes a nonlinear storyline and a different ending to offer audiences something fresh and unexpected. Also, bringing back her Lady Bird star Saoirise Ronan to play the pivotal role of Jo March was a smart idea, as the two work wonderfully together, and Ronan received Academy Award nominations for both films. Plus, Gerwig didn t stop with Ronan; she and producer Amy Pascal also landed the immense talents of Meryl Streep, Florence Pugh (who received a Best Supporting Actress nomination), Emma Watson, Laura Dern, Timothée Chalamet, and a host of other incredible actors, lending the film the kind of A-list shimmer you d expect to see in a prestige picture.4. To Kill A Mockingbird (1962) 30 Points(Photo by Everett Collection)Tomatometer Score (Rank): 92% (7th)Audience Score (Rank): 92% (6th)Domestic Box Office (Rank): 8 million (17th)Since its release in 1960, Harper Lee s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel To Kill a Mockingbird has been an American institution that has sold over 40 million copies and been discussed and re-evaluated in classrooms across the country. Two years after its publication, director Robert Mulligan brought To Kill a Mockingbird to the big screen, and it was a smash hit that won three Academy Awards and eventually earned the 25th spot on the American Film Institute’s Top 100 Films list. Anchored by Gregory Peck’s Oscar-winning performance and Horton Foote’s faithful screenplay, Mockingbird tells the story of Atticus Finch (Peck), a lawyer in the depression-era South defending a Black man named Tom Robinson (Brock Peters) who has been put on trial for an undeserved rape conviction.Putting aside the important cultural discussion that continues to this day, To Kill a Mockingbird is an example of a book adaptation done right. Mulligan and Foote knew they had excellent source material to work from, so they stuck to it (mostly), and with the help of Harper Lee presented a faithful adaptation that struck a chord with audiences who saw the movie as a gift when it opened on Christmas Day of 1962.3. Django Unchained (2012) 28 Points(Photo by Andrew Cooper/©Weinstein Company)Tomatometer Score (Rank): 87% (10th)Audience Score (Rank): 91% (7th)Domestic Box Office (Rank): 1 million (9th)Between Four Rooms, Jackie Brown, and The Hateful Eight, Quentin Tarantino sure loves releasing movies on December 25, but his biggest Christmas Day hit came from Django Unchained, a super R-rated revisionist Western featuring a final gunfight that leaves a Mississippi plantation estate flooded with blood. The movie pulled in a whopping million its opening day (Catch Me If You Can only pulled in million) and ended up earning 1 million domestic, winning Academy Awards for Tarantino (Best Original Screenplay) and Christoph Waltz (who won his second Best Supporting Actor Oscar after earning his first for another Tarantino collaboration, Inglourious Basterds).Django Unchained tells the story of a freed slave named Django (Jamie Foxx) who teams up with an eccentric German bounty hunter named Dr. King Shultz (Waltz) in exchange for Shultz s help freeing Django’s wife Broomhilda (Kerry Washington) from the vile clutches of plantation owner Calvin Candy (Leonardo DiCaprio, making his second appearance on this list). Normally, hard R-rated exploitation films with 165-minute running times wouldn’t be nominated for five Academy Awards (and win two). Yet under Tarantino’s supervision, Django delighted audiences around the world and provided Christmas counterprogramming with silver-tongued devils, flesh-ripping torture, and Leo DiCaprio monologuing about skulls.2. Catch Me If You Can (2002) 15 Points(Photo by ©DreamWorks courtesy Everett Collection)Tomatometer Score (Rank): 96% (4th)Audience Score (Rank): 89% (9th)Domestic Box Office (Rank): 7 million (2nd)It wasn’t a hard sell to get audiences into theaters to watch Catch Me If You Can in 2002. Directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Tom Hanks and Leonardo DiCaprio (and that makes three!), Catch Me If You Can is a rollicking film about Frank W. Abagnale Jr. (DiCaprio), a likable con man being chased around the world by Carl Hanratty (Hanks), a likable FBI agent who really wants to, well, catch him. During the globe-trotting caper, we also get to spend time with the very likable Frank Abigaile Sr., played by Christopher Walken, whose performance was so warm and welcoming he received an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor.We’re not trying to be reductive about how likable the movie is, either. The expertise of Spielberg, the skill of his cast, and the Oscar-nominated score by John Williams make this 141-minute film fly by faster than a Pan Am airliner. Its appeal to people of all ages can’t be argued because it’s the rare film to receive nominations from the AARP, MTV, and Teen Choice Awards, which essentially makes it the Tom Hanks of movies.1. The Sting (1973) 10 Points(Photo by Universal Pictures)Tomatometer Score (Rank): 94% (6th)Audience Score (Rank): 95% (3rd)Domestic Box Office (Rank): 5 million (1st)Looking to build off the blockbuster success of 1969 s Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, which grossed 1 million domestically and won four Academy Awards, director George Roy Hill and stars Robert Redford and Paul Newman reteamed for The Sting. With an “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” mantra in place, The Sting once again showcased Redford and Newman’s unbeatable chemistry, playing lovable criminals who plan on swindling money from a shifty character played by Robert Shaw in 1930s Chicago (and hopefully avoid a freeze-framed death via a barrage of bullets). The Sting might be one of the most enjoyable films to ever to win Best Picture at the Academy Awards (it won a total of 7 Oscars from its 11 nominations). It also boasts an 5 million domestic box office haul, which would make almost any Marvel film jealous, and it s currently the 21st highest domestic grossing film of all time. If you haven’t watched The Sting, do yourself a favor and check it out, because the A-list star power, the beautiful Oscar-winning costumes, and the charisma of Redford and Newman together are undeniable.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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