《黑暗与光明手游》是一款主打硬核求生的生存沙盒手游，在游戏里玩家赤手空拳来到一个恶劣的原始环境下，穿着一条小短裤就要开始冒险。不少萌新会觉得前期光是活下去就很难，要不停地进食、喝水等等，实际上玩过一段时间就知道，在游戏里升级和解锁学识才是更难的，不少肝帝都给肝秃头了。 (Photo by Steve Deitl /©Netflix, Mark Hill/©HBO, Greg Lewis/AMC/Sony Pictures Television)The nominees for the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards will be announced on Tuesday, July 28. And while nominations-round voting has officially ended – that s the period during which members of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences cast the votes that will decide each category s nominees – we thought we d give Rotten Tomatoes users the chance to have your say over who you think deserves a nod this year for their contribution to TV and streaming.Got strong thoughts on which series should be up for Outstanding Drama and who should compete for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series? Vote for your favorite performance or show in each category below – we picked the top 20 contenders in each category according to the odds-calculators at Gold Derby – and help us see who Rotten Tomatoes users think should be getting good news come nominations morning. (And note: While you can only vote once in each category, you can come back and vote again tomorrow to spread the love.)The nominees for the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards will be announced Tuesday, July 28, 2020.
(Photo by Courtesy of A24)When Rotten Tomatoes spoke with Sterling K. Brown recently, the Emmy-winning actor s latest project Frozen II had just opened to record numbers at the box office. When we congratulated him on the success, Brown laughed and told us, Thank you very much, man I think it was all because of me! The brag was in jest – Brown s relatively minor role as Lieutenant Mattias probably isn t the reason Frozen II is going to clear billion worldwide – but we d have forgiven him if it wasn t. The This Is Us star has plenty of reasons to boast right now: The NBC series in which he plays Randall Pearson is still one of the best-rating dramas on television; he will feature in the third season of Amazon Prime Video s The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel this December; and his production company, Indian Meadows, is developing a slew of projects, including action flick Shadow Force, in which Brown co-stars with Kerry Washington.Then there s Waves, writer-director Trey Edward Shults s acclaimed follow-up to It Comes At Night. The role of Ronald is a swing against type for Brown: the tough, uncompromising patriarch of a middle-class African American family that s upended by a tragedy. We see him pushing his high school star-wrestler son Tyler (Kelvin Harrison Jr.) to breaking point, training side-by-side with him in the family gym, equal parts motivator, tormenter, and competitor; and we see him struggling to connect with the women in the family, his daughter Emily (Taylor Russell) and wife Catharine (Renée Elise Goldsberry). As the film expands into more theaters, we asked Brown what draws him to father roles, what he learned from his young co-stars, and how he pays tribute to his own dad on screen.The following interview contains minor spoilers for Waves.Joel Meares for Rotten Tomatoes: Ronald, your character in Waves, is the latest in a line of quite different fathers that you’ve played in recent years, from N Jobu in Black Panther to Randall in This Is Us. Is there something that s drawing you to father characters at the moment?Sterling K. Brown: Well, yes and no. First of all, I m just interested in good characters. But I will say that dads in particular, as I enter into my early-to-mid–forties, I have a particularly strong calling in my life in that my dad was 45 when he passed away, and I m 43-years-old right now. I just feel his presence in and around my life very strongly. And I think things happen for a reason. These roles have sort of come at this particular time in my life because I think – I don t know – the universe sees that I m particularly accessible to them. And it s sort of my way of paying homage to a man who instilled in me, with only 10 years, a lifetime full of love. So wherever he s watching, I hope that he s enjoying the multiple depictions, some of which are akin to him, most of which are only glancing. But he was a lovely man, and I think, yeah, that s part of the reason why these dads are so present right now.(Photo by Courtesy of A24)Is there anything in the Ronald character that particularly connects with your father or the way that you are as a father yourself?Brown: I would say no. My dad was a very sensitive soul the whole time that he was in my life. He wasn t a practitioner of tough love; as a matter of fact, the opposite. My mom would often say that my dad spoiled me, and then when he passed away, it was her job to try to make sure that I was unspoiled. He would just lavish me with hugs and kisses, and, like, we kissed on the lips. And he was a really beautiful man in that way where there were no issues with how masculinity was supposed to be expressed. He just expressed his love as purely as he wanted to, and it was received in kind.I would say that Ronald is more akin to an uncle of mine, who was a military man who could be very severe and austere with his children. And his children had a really complicated relationship with him. Everything that he did was from a place of love, wanting to see his children excel to be excellent, but he could often take the air out of the room and leave things feeling kind of chilly. It was interesting for me to step into the shoes of Ronald because I was able to find a greater deal of understanding for him than I probably had for him when he was alive. And to recognize that for Ronald in particular, when you lose a member of your family – like the way Ronald lost his wife early on and was left to parent these two children by himself for a period of time before Catharine came into his life – you recognize just how precious and how fragile family can be, and it makes you hold on that much tighter.Unfortunately for him, that grasp can also feel somewhat suffocating to the person who is the receiver of that grasp, and you have to make sure that you leave room for your children to be able to have a real dialogue with you. So that every conversation is not just you telling them what to do, telling them how thankful they should be, telling them what their journey through life is supposed to be. If you can t also hear from them what they re actually going through, then when the rubber hits the road, s t hits the fan, when it all starts to go south, how can you trust that they re going to be comfortable sharing the bad stuff with you?(Photo by Courtesy of A24)Those communication lines are explored in a particularly beautiful scene late in the film, where Ronald is talking by the water with his daughter Emily. What struck me is that this isn’t just a scene about a dad finally listening to his kid, which we’ve seen a lot of, but admitting that because he never opened up a dialogue, he’s lonely – he says he has no one to talk about the tragedy that hit the family. It’s heartbreaking to see the position his stoicism has put him in. Brown: Yeah, it is, man. And like in most cases, necessity is the mother of invention. He, his daughter, his wife, find themselves dealing with this crisis, losing their son; maybe not to a physical death but to a life of imprisonment, and it’s sent them all reeling. And the only person who he can truly talk to, who will talk to him, right now, who understands what they re going through, is his daughter. As much as it is about him wanting his daughter to share herself with him, he also feels the need to share himself with someone. Somebody was saying to me earlier today, Yeah, he s able to show weakness. And I try not to put that word on it, because I feel like there s a certain judgment with “weakness,” but sharing his vulnerability is what he s able to do, and there is strength in vulnerability. Being a man doesn t negate the ability to be vulnerable. It doesn t mean that you are being weak. It just means that you re being open if you want people to be open with you.Taylor Russell is incredible in that scene – and she’s just been nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for Waves. And Kelvin was nominated, too, for Luce. I’m sure the two took a lot away from working with you, but I’m wondering what you took away from working with these talented young actors.Brown: I think I probably got more from them than they did from me. Kel has a certain fearlessness, even in his taking the project on. I don t know if, 18 years ago, I would ve had the same level of confidence to know that I could step into this role, play it authentically, and not be villainized in the process – not be adding a negative portrayal of young African American males to an already fraught environment in which people are looking to us as being less than, to be demonized, et cetera. I ve heard him speak about this, and he says, Well, I know that I m a good person, and I know that this is being played by me. So even when he does something wrong, I believe that people will be able to see the goodness in me.” Anytime I feel like I should shy away from something because I m worried about a negative depiction, I will come back to my conversations with Kelvin and his stepping into Tyler as an example of, like, maybe not so fast. There s potential for something beautiful in the damage to this human being.And I think from Taylor, I really applaud how she was not afraid to be small. What I mean is that, like, she gave herself a wonderful trajectory of blossoming into somewhat of the savior of this family, right? Someone who was able to save themselves and save her family. She was so quiet and so tiny, but once love came into her life, once she started to explore her own feelings of her relationship with her brother, she took up more and more space. I think it takes a great level of confidence as a performer to start in such a tiny way, but to give yourself a place to go to. I think it s a really wonderful arc that she helped create with Trey for her character in the film.Trey had a very specific vision for this film. You’ve spoken about the script having embedded audio cues, and there are color schemes for different sections of the film. What was it like working with a director who had what seems to be a very specific aesthetic and audio-visual experience in mind?Brown: You would think that someone who is as specific as Trey is, who had the aspect ratios crafted and the shifting ratios throughout the course of the film, you would think that they would be somewhat of a taskmaster. Where it s like, “No, it s got to be like this. It s got to look like this,” blah blah blah blah blah. But he gave little to no direction on set. One, I think he trusted his casting and the people he chose to inhabit these roles. And then two, I don t think filmmaking for him is so much of crafting performance. It s more about standing out of the way of your actors and giving them the space to own the characters for themselves. So he would just let the camera roll.It was a lot of scenes played in one [shot]. The scene between Catharine and Ronald in the bedroom is one shot, with the camera floating between the two of them, and he probably shot it three times and he s like, “I got it.” And Renée and I looked at each other, like, “You sure, man?” He s like, “Yeah, yeah, moving on.” We re like, “OK.” It’s almost like you forget that the camera s even in the room. It becomes a fly on the wall, and it s just capturing this slice of life. I think the beauty of his filmmaking is that he has implicit trust in his performers, and that the camera s going to capture what he needs in order to tell his story.(Photo by Monica Lek, Courtesy of A24)You shot this film by flying red eyes down to Florida, while shooting This Is Us, and you did Frozen and many other projects while doing TV, too. At this point in your career, are you just like, “I m taking all of these opportunities and I m not resting on the series.” What s driving you right now?Brown: I think that s part of it. I think that 10, 12 years ago or what have you, if you became known for a popular television series or whatnot, then most people only wanted to see you play that character. It could become something that you become known as Randall. And the idea of being able to do anything outside of Randall was nothing anybody wanted to see. And so while I m able to take advantage of opportunities to show a diversity of character, it s always much more pleasing to be recognized for a body of work than it is for one character. Because number one, I am not the character. I mean, the character comes from me, but he s not the totality of me. And so while I can, while opportunities are being presented that are diverse and that show different aspects of my personality, I want to be able to step into them so that people see me as an actor and not as one particular character.I want to finish with a Rotten Tomatoes-specific question. You were in a movie that this year became the number one video game adaptation of all time, according to the Tomatometer. Angry Birds 2 actually knocked off previous number one, Ryan Reynolds in Detective Pikachu…Brown: Nice, nice!And number two was Dwayne Johnson in Rampage. So, just wondering if you have any words for the guys you knocked down the list? Brown: Eat it! Eat my shorts, man! [Laughing] Freaking Pikachu and that monkey can both eat it. No, just kidding. Listen. That s an interesting way to be in the same company as The Rock and frigging Deadpool, but if I can beat them in any way, I ll start there and see what else. Maybe one day me and The Rock will have an arm-wrestling competition and I can do something.Well if he s seen Waves, he might be worried.Brown: He might. He might be, yeah. I m coming for you, Dwayne.恐龙危机2中文版下载If you have a suggestion for a movie or show you think we should do an episode on, let us know in the comments, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.Meet the hostsJacqueline Coley is an editor at Rotten Tomatoes, with a focus on awards and indie coverage but with a passion for everything, from the MCU to musicals and period pieces. Coley is a regular moderator at conventions and other events, can be seen on Access Hollywood and other shows, and will not stand Constantine slander of any kind. Follow Jacqueline on Twitter: @THATjacqueline.Mark Ellis is a comedian and contributing editor for Rotten Tomatoes. He currently hosts the Rotten Tomatoes series Versus, among others, and can be seen co-hosting the sports entertainment phenomenon Movie Trivia Schmoedown. His favorite Star Wars movie is Jedi (guess which one!), his favorite person is actually a dog (his beloved stepdaughter Mollie), and – thanks to this podcast – he s about to watch Burlesque for the first time in his life. Follow Mark on Twitter: @markellislive.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
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Joel Meares for Rotten Tomatoes: What was Joey s pitch to you to come on board for The Castle in the Ground? What was it that interested you about the film and the script?Neve Campbell: Well, I think it s a very important topic. The subject of the opioid crisis is very important at the moment. I think over half a million people have lost their lives to the opioid crisis and it s tens of thousands of people a year, still. And I think so few people really realize how easily people can succumb to these medications and how dangerous they can be if not taken appropriately. So, for me that was really important.I hadn t seen Joey Klein s work before, and when it was brought to me, I watched his movie The Other Half. I don t know if you ve seen it, but it s stunning. The performances are amazing and the time that he allows actors to go to where they need to go to and the vulnerability that he gets out of actors is a beautiful thing. Joey himself is an actor, and it s always nice to work with directors who are also actors, because it s a different language, and it s sort of nice to be able to relate in that way when you re being guided.Rotten Tomatoes: Was there something that you learned about the opioid crisis or how people get access to these drugs while making this film that surprised you?Campbell: I watched a bunch of documentaries once I got the film, when I decided to do i
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6.72.3 3月喜迎ipation. We know Jenkins, Gadot, and the team can deliver; we now just want to see how they can top themselves (and what fabulous 80s flair they will bring). We also know that they changed the way audiences, and studio decision-makers, think about blockbusters. More women – from Cathy Yan (Birds of Prey) to Chloe Zhao (The Eternals) – are stepping up to helm major comic-book–based movies, and more female superheroes are hitting the big screen (Captain Marvel opens today; Birds of Prey, Black Widow, and more are on the way). Yet, again, the fullest picture of the power of Wonder Woman might be best grasped not on the big screen, but in the people sitting in front of it. Watching people come up to Gal is enough to bring tears to your eyes. “I spend a lot of time with Gal [Gadot] because she s my best friend in the world. Watching people come up to her is enough to bring tears to your eyes – like when you watch what effect she has on little kids when they come up and they look at her and they re so struck and inspired by her. That s really one of the most incredible things to see and that makes it all worth it.”Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot shake hands with a Girl Scout Troop at the Wonder Woman UN Ambassador Ceremony in 2016. (Photo by Mike Coppola/WireImage) When he saw Diana step over the edge in No Man’s Land, willing to brave the world, just like that, it was him. “There s this one fan interaction that really sticks out in my mind. I was at a screening at the Directors Guild of America Theater and a man was there in a wheelchair and he was sitting in the front row and wanted to talk to me after the screening. He reached out and he held my hand and he told me that so many times in the hospital he d had to have help on crutches and he would have no clothing on and he would have to stand up and be helped out of his wheelchair. It took all the bravery that he had in the world, and when he saw Diana step over the edge in No Man’s Land in just her Wonder Woman outfit, willing to brave the world, just like that, it was him. It felt like him and it made him cry and he got emotional as he was telling me. The fact that her decision to stand up and move forward, because she s an unlikely hero as a woman and as a vulnerable person, was striking that chord in other people. She s almost become a religion in my world. “To me, she has expanded in what she even meant to me originally. She s almost become a religion in my world because she s a better version of me and all of us, who really inspires me to be a better person and believe in the better of mankind, that mankind can be better than this. You know? I think that s what she stands for to me.”Wonder Woman was released on June 2, 2017. Buy it at FandangoNOW.
Comic book stories get a boost on streaming, Covid-19 causes some talent to pass on jobs requiring air travel, new trailers include WandaVision and The Undoing, and more news from the world of TV and streaming.TOP STORYThe Boys Spinoff Is in the Works(Photo by James Minchin/Amazon Prime Video)Clearly fans cannot get enough of The Boys, so Amazon Studios has greenlit development of a spin-off series from Sony Pictures Television. Here s the description: Set at America s only college exclusively for young adult superheroes (and run by Vought International), the Untitled Boys Spinoff is an irreverent, R-rated series that explores the lives of hormonal, competitive Supes as they put their physical, sexual, and moral boundaries to the test, competing for the best contracts in the best cities. Part college show, part Hunger Games — with all the heart, satire and raunch of The Boys. The spin-off is from Amazon Studios and Sony Pictures Television in association with Point Grey Pictures, Kripke Enterprises, and Original Film. The Boys is based on The New York Times best-selling comic by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson, and season 2 of The Boys had the most-watched global launch of an Amazon Original series ever.Craig Rosenberg is writing the pilot for the spinoff and set as showrunner/EP, falling under his overall deal with Sony Pictures Television. Rosenberg, Eric Kripke; Point Grey Pictures’ Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, and James Weaver; and Original Film’s Neal H. Moritz and Pavun Shetty are executive producers. Ennis and Robertson also serve as executive producers.The Suicide Squad Writer and Director James Gunn Will Write and Direct John Cena in the Peacemaker Series(Photo by HBO Max)It’s an action-adventure-comedy about a man who wants peace so badly he’s willing to kill for it: meet Peacemaker! Wrestling champion-turned-actor John Cena is already playing the DC Comics character in the August 2021 big-screen The Suicide Squad movie, and now HBO Max is expanding Peacemaker’s world with an eight-episode series written and directed by The Suicide Squad movie writer and director James Gunn. Specifics are scarce, but the streaming service confirms the series will explore the origins of Peacemaker, the “master of weapons” and a man who “believes in peace at any cost — no matter how many people he has to kill to get it.” The series is scheduled to begin production early in 2021, before Gunn turns his attention to production on the third Guardians of the Galaxy film.“Peacemaker is an opportunity to delve into current world issues through the lens of this superhero/supervillain/and world’s biggest douchebag,” Gunn says. “I’m excited to expand The Suicide Squad and bring this character from the DC film universe to the full breadth of a series.”Nick Fury Marvel Disney+ Series Reportedly in the Works with Samuel L. Jackson Reprising His MCU Role(Photo by Paramount Network)And Nick Fury makes eight! That s the number of series Marvel Studios has in the works for Disney+, according to a new report that quotes unnamed sources who say that Samuel L. Jackson will reprise his role from the MCU films. The exact plot details of the show are being kept under wraps, but multiple sources say Jackson is attached to star with Kyle Bradstreet attached to write and executive produce, according to the Variety article.Tony Gilroy and Liv Tyler Change Rogue One and 9-1-1: Lone Star Plans Because of Pandemic Travel Concerns(Photo by Walt Disney Pictures)Tony Gilroy has dropped out as a director on the upcoming Disney+ Rogue One spin-off series. Gilroy, who will remain as showrunner and executive producer of the series, lives in New York, and didn’t feel comfortable travelling to the U.K. where the spin-off will be filmed. Instead, U.K.-based Toby Haynes will direct the first three episodes of the series starring Diego Luna reprising his movie role as Cassian Andor. Haynes, who directed the Emmy-winning “USS Callister” episode of Black Mirror, is also the lead director on Amazon’s upcoming John Cusack drama Utopia. (Deadline)For similar reasons, Liv Tyler won’t return for season 2 of Fox’s hit drama 9-1-1: Lone Star. She commuted from her London home to Los Angeles for the first season, but concerns about transatlantic travel with her young children during the pandemic led her to end her run at one year. Gina Torres has joined the series as the new paramedic captain. (Deadline)Battlestar Galactica Fans Raising Money for Actor Michael Hogan After Serious Fall Leaves Him Unable to Work(Photo by Justin Stephens / © SCI-FI / Courtesy: Everett Collection)Generous fans of Battlestar Galactica and actor Michael Hogan have raised nearly 0,000 for the BSG cast member, after a fall in February caused bleeding in his brain. The injury, which happened at a dinner following a fan convention in Vancouver, left Hogan with complete paralysis on his left side, memory loss, cognitive impairment and an inability to swallow, according to his wife, actress Susan Hogan. The pandemic then complicated his hospitalization and care even further, not only limiting Susan’s ability to have contact with her husband, but limiting certain medical professionals from treating him for months.Hogan, who played Colonel Saul Tigh on BSG and most recently played the ex-convict father of Nathan Grant on the seventh season of Hallmark’s drama When Calls the Heart, is, of course, unable to work currently, and, months later, still faces a very long and expensive road to recovery. A friend and neighbor of the Hogans established a Go Fund Me page with the goal of raising 0,000 for Michael’s care, and donations from fans, BSG co-stars like Tricia Helfer and James Callis and When Calls the Heart director Peter DeLuise, and other industry professionals have helped in getting the ongoing effort close to that amount.NEW TRAILERS: The Undoing: Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant’s Happy Marriage Turns Tragic in David E. Kelley’s MiniseriesThe Undoing is a miniseries written and produced by David E. Kelley and starring Nicole Kidman as a wealthy therapist whose personal life falls apart just as she’s about to reach a career high. Hugh Grant, Donald Sutherland, and Edgar Ramirez also star in the drama, which premieres on Oct. 25 (HBO)More trailers and teasers released this week:• The Trial of the Chicago 7 is a drama written and directed by Aaron Sorkin, produced by Steven Spielberg, telling the story of the trial that ensued after a group of peaceful protestors outside the 1968 Democratic Convention in Chicago clashed with the police. Sacha Baron Cohen, Jeremy Strong, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Frank Langella, Michael Keaton, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Eddie Redmayne, John Carroll Lynch, and William Hurt star, and the movie premieres Oct. 16 (Netflix)• The Haunting of Bly Manor, the follow up to The Haunting of Hill House, is based on Henry James’ The Turn of the Screw and stars Henry Thomas and several other Hill House cast members, though the stories and characters will not be connected. The horror drama premieres on Oct. 9 (Netflix)• Helstrom is the Marvel-inspired story of siblings Daimon and Ana Helstrom (Tom Austen and Sydney Lemmon), the children of a notorious serial killer, who themselves set out to hunt down and stop the worst demons. Premieres Oct. 16 (Hulu)• Books of Blood is a horror movie directed by Brannon Braga and produced by Seth MacFarlane, stars Britt Robertson, Rafi Gavron, Anna Friel, Yul Vazquez, and Freda Foh Shen and is inspired by Clive Barker’s six-book series of the same name. The film premieres Oct. 7 (Hulu)• Tehran is an eight-part espionage thriller, starring Niv Sultan as a young Mossad computer hacker and agent whose first mission, in her Iranian birthplace, fails, and has global implications. It premieres on Sept. 25 (Apple TV+)• Small Axe is an anthology series created and directed by Steve McQueen, and starring Letitia Wright and John Boyega. It premieres on Nov. 20 (Amazon Video)• Black Narcissus is the three-episode series, based on the novel of the same name by Rumer Godden, about a nun (Gemma Arterton) who leads a mission to a remote part of the Himalyas, where she is tempted by her feelings for a local war veteran. Alessandro Nivola, the late Diana Rigg, and Jim Broadbent also star. It premieres Nov. 23 (FX)• WandaVision is the Marvel universe drama about Wanda Maximoff (Scarlet Witch) and Vision, with Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany reprising their roles, respectively, from the Avengers movies. Kat Dennings, Teyonah Parris, Randall Park, and Kathryn Hahn also star. It premieres in December (Disney+)• Soulmates is an anthology series about a futuristic world where people can take a test to find out who their soulmate is, with some unexpected consequences. Starring an ensemble cast including Sarah Snook, David Constabile, and Malin Akerman. Premieres Oct. 5 (AMC)• Industry is a drama about a group of graduates competing for a limited number of jobs at a top London investment bank. Myha’la Herrold stars, and Lena Dunham is a director and producer on the series, which premieres on Nov. 9 (HBO)• American Murder: The Family Next Door is a haunting documentary about Chris Watts, the man convicted of killing his pregnant wife and two daughters in Colorado in 2018. Premieres Sept. 30 (Netflix)• Truth Seekers stars Simon Pegg and Nick Frost in a supernatural dramedy in which a group of paranormal investigators stumble upon a conspiracy that could wipe out the human race. Premieres Oct. 30 (Amazon Video)• Deaf U is a docusoap that follows a group of friends at Gallaudet, a university in Washington, D.C. for deaf and hard of hearing students. Premieres Oct. 9 (Netflix)• Ghostwriter season two is the Daytime Emmy-winning reimagining of the 1992 Sesame Workshop series, with new episodes from Oscar-winning writer and director Luke Matheny. Premieres Oct. 9 (Apple TV+)• The Cabin with Bert Kreischer follows the titular comedian as he tries to soak up the refreshing vibes of the great outdoors with pals like Kaley Cuoco, Deon Cole, Anthony Anderson, Joel McHale, Caitlyn Jenner, Fortune Feimster, and Gabriel Iglesias. Premieres Oct. 13 (Netflix)• Patton Oswalt: Keep Your Distance is the comedian’s virtual comedy special, riffing on all things pandemic (he jokes he was going to call it Fatty Fatty Sad Sad). Premieres Oct. 23 (OnLocationLive.com)For all the latest TV and streaming trailers, subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel CASTING: Patricia Arquette and Ben Stiller Reteam for Apple TV+ Comedy High Desert(Photo by Elizabeth Goodenough/Everett Collection)Patricia Arquette will star in the Apple TV+ comedy High Desert, playing a former addict who decides to make a big life change and become a private investigator after her mom dies. Arquette will also be an executive producer on the half-hour show, along with Ben Stiller, who will direct the first episode. The project is the second Apple collaboration for the two; Arquette, who starred in the Stiller-created 2018 Showtime miniseries Escape at Dannemora, already signed on to star in and serve as EP on the upcoming Apple drama Severance, which Stiller will direct and executive produce. Carey Mulligan will play Felicia, the wife of composer Leonard Bernstein in Maestro, the musical drama Bradley Cooper is writing and directing for Netflix. The movie, which Cooper is also producing, unfolds the 30-year love story between the legendary Bernstein and Felicia.Sienna Miller, Michelle Dockery, and Rupert Friend will star in David E. Kelley’s Netflix drama Anatomy of a Scandal, a six-part adaptation of Sarah Vaughan’s novel about a scandal among wealthy Brits. Miller will play a wife whose ambitious husband (Friend) is accused of rape, and Dockery will play the prosecutor set on convicting him. (Deadline)Alan Arkin will be MIA for the final season of Netflix’s The Kominsky Method. The actor, who earned Emmy and Golden Globe nominations for his role as agent Norman Newlander, chose not to return for season 3, and Norman’s absence will be written into the Michael Douglas series when it returns. (Deadline) Michelle Obama, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and Bill Clinton will guest star in HBO Max’s Oct. 15 reunion A West Wing Special to Benefit When We All Vote, which brings back original cast members Rob Lowe, Richard Schiff, Dule Hill, Allison Janney, Martin Sheen, Bradley Whitford, and Janel Moloney to perform the Season 3 episode “Hartsfield’s Landing.”Demi Moore is starring in Dirty Diana, an Amazon series adaptation of the podcast of the same name, in which Moore also stars. The podcast is loosely based on an experience in creator Shana Feste’s marriage, and revolves around a female perspective on how a broken relationship can be repaired through “perseverance, connection, and sex.” Feste is also set to direct and write the series, which could also include some of the podcast’s other stars, including Carmen Ejogo, Mackenzie Davis, Dayo Okeniyi, Betsy Brandt, Max Greenfield, Claes Bang, Gwendoline Christie, Lena Dunham, Melanie Griffith, Andrea Riseborough, and Chris Diamontopolus. (Deadline)Kate Winslet and Priyanka Chopra Jonas have joined the roster of narrators for HBO Max’s A World of Calm, an anthology series that will feature celeb narration set to soothing imagery, “a timely antidote for our modern lives.” Produced by the creators of the app Calm, the series will premiere on Oct. 1 with additional episodes featuring the voiceovers of Idris Elba, Keanu Reeves, Nicole Kidman, Mahershala Ali, Oscar Isaac, Zoë Kravitz, Lucy Liu, and Cillian Murphy.Midnight, Texas alum Parisa Fitz-Henley will star in the ABC medical drama pilot Triage, which follows a surgeon across three decades at the same hospital. Fitz-Henley will play the surgeon in all three time periods. The series is from Criminal Minds showrunner Erica Messer and Crazy Rich Asians director Jon M. Chu. (Deadline) Empire alum Nicole Ari Parker will have a recurring role in the upcoming season of Chicago P.D., playing a deputy superintendent who is committed to police reform. She debuts in the season premiere. (TV Line)Giovanni Ribisi, Sarah Jones, and Alexia Landeau are joining Elisabeth Shue and Julie Delpy in the Netflix dramedy On the Verge, about four female friends in their late forties determined to embrace the possibilities of midlife. Delpy also created the series.Phillipa Soo (Hamilton) and Jake Dorman (What We Do in the Shadows) have joined the cast of Hulu’s opioid crisis drama Dopesick. Soo will play a Purdue Pharma sales rep who was on the first team who sold OxyContin, and Dorman will play a U.S. attorney prosecuting the case against Purdue and the company’s OxyContin marketing practices. The series also stars Michael Keaton, Kaitlyn Dever, Peter Sarsgaard, and Will Poulter, and is written by Danny Strong, based on Beth Macy’s book Dopesick. (Variety)What We Do in the Shadows star Harvey Guillén will have a recurring role in Season 2 of NBC’s Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist. The GLAAD Award winner will play George, Zoey’s new co-worker who is extra thirsty for Zoey, and the rest of his fellow employees’, approval.The Americans alum Holly Taylor has joined the cast of NBC’s Manifest, where she will play Flight 828 passenger Angelina, who has escaped scrutiny so far. “Her emergence will play an integral part in the lives of the Stone family this season,” reports Deadline.PRODUCTION DEVELOPMENT: Paramount Network To Rebrand as a Movie-Focused Network (But Yellowstone and Kevin Costner Will Stay)First CBS All Access was announced for a rebranding to Paramount+. Now the Paramount Network is being rebranded as the Paramount Movie Network, with a shift in focus from original series to movies and miniseries. No worries: Yellowstone, the hit Kevin Costner drama, will remain. But otherwise, the new network will stock its schedule with made-for-TV movies, with a plan of one per week, along with a new miniseries or limited series every quarter. The news is bad for unscripted series like Wife Swap and Ink Master, which will be cancelled, though reality hits like Bar Rescue and Lip Sync Battle will be moved elsewhere (Paramount+, perhaps?). (Variety)Country superstar and The Voice judge Blake Shelton is teaming up with Las Vegas creator and The Fast and the Furious writer Gary Scott Thompson for God’s Country, an NBC drama series based on Shelton’s 2019 triple platinum, Academy of Country Music Awards Single of the Year-winning song of the same name. Thompson will write the series, about a farming family who finds out the recently deceased patriarch had a deep secret that’s going to impact their lives.David Letterman’s Netflix interview series, My Next Guest Needs No Introduction, will return for a third season on Oct. 21 with four episodes featuring Letterman’s chats with Dave Chappelle, Lizzo, Robert Downey Jr., and Kim Kardashian.Carrie Underwood is celebrating her first holiday album, My Gift, with an HBO Max holiday special. Underwood will team with a live orchestra and a choir to perform traditional holiday tunes, as well as original songs from My Gift. The special, executive produced by Tom Hanks, will premiere on HBO Max later this year.Discovery Channel will premiere Cal Fire, a docuseries with several cameras following the men and women who’ve been battling the 2020 California wildfires that have burned millions of acres, later this year. (Deadline)If you have yet to check out last weekend’s charming Emmy champion, Schitt’s Creek, the comedy begins airing in syndication on Sept. 28, while Comedy Central will begin airing five episodes every Friday on Oct. 2. Meanwhile – holiday gift alert! – the complete series, all six seasons, will be released in a bonus-packed DVD box set on Nov. 10.Rumor, or hint at something in the works? You decide; Prison Break star Dominic Purcell said in an Instagram post that a sixth season of the Fox drama will happen.Natasha Lyonne and Alia Shawkat are teaming up for an Amazon drama, Desert People, about a group of Iraqi immigrants who operate a gentleman’s club in Palm Springs. Shawkat will star as the family’s daughter, and will be the show’s primary writer. She will also be an executive producer on the show, along with Lyonne and Maya Rudolph. (Variety)
On March 2, 1984, the world was blessed by the hilarious mocku-rockumentary This Is Spinal Tap (Certified Fresh at 95%). Utilizing largely improvisational dialogue, director Rob Reiner and writers and cast members Christopher Guest, Harry Shearer, and Michael McKean created a brilliant documentary about one of the world’s worst fake rock bands.While underappreciated at first (many early viewers thought the documentary was real and complained that it “wasn’t about a popular band like Led Zeppelin”), the film has gone on to become a comedy cult classic. Now, on its 35th anniversary, we look back on what makes This Is Spinal Tap one of the greatest and most influential music films, comedies, and mockumentaries of all time.It Was GroundbreakingMockumentaries have existed in some form before This Is Spinal Tap; The Beatles’ 1964 classic A Hard Day’s Night (98%) was filmed in a mockumentary style, and Woody Allen’s Zelig (100%) marked a significant step forward towards realism in the genre. But, it wasn’t until This Is Spinal Tap in 1984 that the genre was perfected.While not a huge box office hit, This Is Spinal Tap was critically acclaimed, landing on multiple Best of 1984 lists, and it boasts a Certified Fresh 96% on Rotten Tomatoes. Its status as a genre-defining piece of art has only solidified all the more in the decades since its release.The success of This Is Spinal Tap led to the celebrated filmmaking career of writer, director, and Spinal Tap lead guitarist Christopher Guest. With the same improvisational style and much of the same cast, Guest has since written and directed Certified Fresh mockumentaries like Waiting For Guffman, Best In Show, and A Mighty Wind.But the influence and acclaim extends far beyond the members of the band.(Photo by Universal Pictures)In recent years, we have seen an uptick in both the quality and the prevalence of mockumentary content. Sacha Baron Cohen s Borat was a cultural phenomenon that made nearly 0 million, scored a Certified Fresh 91% on the Tomatometer, and apparently will be quoted until the end of time; The Lonely Island s Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping took This Is Spinal Tap from 80s rock into the Bieber-fied 21st century; and Taika Waititi s What We Do In The Shadows was a quirky Sundance hit that crossed over to the mainstream with critical acclaim and spawned a television spinoff, set to premiere later this month.These three films and a number of popular current mockumentary TV programs like Documentary Now! (94%) and American Vandal (98%) all owe a debt to This Is Spinal Tap for its influence on comedy. Sitcoms like The Office or Parks Recreation might never have been as successful without the groundwork laid by Spinal Tap. And if there were no Office or American Vandal, what would the millions of millennials mainline on Netflix before bed? Would they have no reason to subscribe? And if not, would Netflix streaming ever have taken off the way it did? And if there’s no streaming content, would we all still be getting our DVDs through the mail?Now, we re not saying that This Is Spinal Tap is the reason that Roma exists, but it’s definitely one of the reasons that Best In Show, Borat, and American Vandal all exist.Real Rock Stars Understand It(Photo by Sony Pictures Classics courtesy Everett Collection)It might come as a surprise, but despite the less than stellar picture of rock-and-rollers that This Is Spinal Tap paints, many of the bands and musicians it lampoons have seen it and feel strongly about it.Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry said of the film, “When we watched Spinal Tap, my wife and I saw it, and we fell on the floor. It was great. Every bit is brilliant as it was supposed to be. So good.” On the other hand, frontman Steven Tyler didn’t find it so funny, saying, “That movie bummed me out, because I thought, ‘How dare they? That’s all real, and they’re mocking it.’”In the documentary It Might Get Loud, U2 guitarist The Edge said, “It s so hard to keep things fresh, and not to become a parody of yourself. And if you ve ever seen that movie Spinal Tap, you will know how easy it is to parody what we all do. The first time I ever saw it, I didn t laugh. I wept. I wept because I recognized so much and so many of those scenes.”The phrase “Spinal Tap Moment” has even entered the rock lexicon.It Made Rob Reiner into a Director(Photo by Columbia Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)Prior to directing This Is Spinal Tap, Rob Reiner was best known as Michael Stivic, the meathead son-in-law of Archie Bunker in the hit sitcom All In The Family. While he played this role to great s
Hallmark is a reliable source for feel-good cheesy movies of all holiday denominations, but there’s something about a network that begins celebrating Christmas in October — it’s still pumpkin spice latte season, people — that warrants a special degree of admiration. That’s just some next-level holiday cheer. Even radio stations began spinning Mariah Carey s All I Want for Christmas Is You on Nov. 1.As the network s Christmas movies have begun to transform from guilty pleasure you don t tell anybody about to event you re actively programming into your DVR, Hallmark has produced its most-ever original holiday movies in 2018: 37 will debut this year across both Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies Mysteries, five more than last year. (And that s not even counting the ones on other networks like Lifetime, Freeform, and Netflix.)To help you plan your own Hallmark holiday movie marathon, Rotten Tomatoes has rounded up each of 2018 s 37 movies. You can find out when they air (don t fret, they ll rerun constantly across both networks), who s starring in them, and what small-town situations these single-minded career women will wind up in that will bring them true love this holiday season, despite giving up on ever finding someone to spend their lives with. If you ve seen one, you know the drill by now — and you love it.Christmas at Pemberley ManorAirs: Saturday, Oct. 27 at 8 p.m. on HallmarkStars: Jessica Lowndes, Michael RadyAs Christmas approaches, Elizabeth Bennett (Lowndes), a New York event planner, is sent to a quaint, small town to organize their holiday festival. When she arrives, she finds William Darcy (Michael Rady), a high-profile billionaire lacking in holiday spirit, in the process of selling the charming estate she hoped to use as a venue. Determined to make her event a success, Elizabeth persuades the reluctant Darcy to let her hold the festival on the historical estate once known for its holiday cheer. When they wind up working together to arrange the festivities, the unlikely pair begins falling for each other. But when complications arise and the festival is unexpectedly shut down, the couple parts ways and Darcy moves forward with his plans to sell the estate. On the night before Christmas, a wistful Elizabeth hopes for a Christmas miracle to revive the festival, save the estate, and rekindle her holiday romance.Christmas JoyAirs: Saturday, Nov. 3 at 8 p.m. on HallmarkStars: Danielle Panabaker, Matt Long, Beverley ElliottCareer woman Joy Holbrook (Panabaker) is headed for a big promotion, but receives a call from that her Aunt Ruby (Elliott) needs surgery. The timing couldn t be worse, but Joy rushes to her aunt s bedside only to be reunited with former crush, hospital administrator Ben Andrew (Long). To keep stubborn Ruby focused on healing, Joy volunteers to take Ruby s place the town s legendary baking competition known as the Cookie Crawl. Based on the bestselling novel by Nancy Naigle.Road to ChristmasAirs: Sunday, Nov. 4 at 8 p.m. on HallmarkStars: Chad Michael Murray, Jessy SchramLos Angeles television producer Maggie Baker (Schram) falls for Danny Wise (Murray), the son and former producer of his mother s popular annual Christmas special. When her secret plan to reunite Danny and his two brothers with their mother Julia in Vermont during the live broadcast goes awry, Maggie is reminded that above all, the love for family and friends makes Christmas merriest.Marrying Father ChristmasAirs: Sunday, Nov. 4 at 9 p.m. on Hallmark Movies MysteriesStars: Wendie Malick, Erin Krakow, Niall MatterWhen Miranda Chester (Krakow) set off to find information on her biological father two Christmases ago, her investigation led her to both the love of her life, Ian McAndrick (Matter), and the family she had always longed for, including Margaret Whitcomb (Malick) and step-brother Peter Whitcomb. Miranda s plans are complicated when a mysterious stranger appears as she prepares for a Christmas wedding.It s Christmas, EveAirs: Saturday, Nov. 10 at 8 p.m. on HallmarkStars: LeAnn Rimes, Tyler HynesInterim school superintendent Eve (Rimes) trims budgets, but now she s in her hometown where it s personal and she s eyeing the program of her handsome, music-teacher neighbor Liam (Hynes). A friend has set up a fundraising site to save the arts program that will launch during the tree-lighting ceremony where Liam s students will perform. Could the website provide the Christmas miracle the town needs?Christmas in LoveAirs: Sunday, Nov. 11 at 8 p.m. on HallmarkStars: Brooke D Orsay, Daniel Lissing, Mary-Margaret HumesEllie Hartman (D Orsay) is an aspiring crafter working in her small town s bakery making famous Christmas Kringles. When the new, big-city CEO Nick Carlingson (Lissing) visits the bakery, he arrives filled with modernization ideas destined to lay off many employees. Ellie seems to get through to him, and when Nick finally tells the employees his future ideas for the company, Ellie must decide not only if she should trust him, but whether to take the leap of faith required to make her own dreams come true.A Veteran’s ChristmasAirs: Sunday, Nov. 11 at 9 p.m. on Hallmark Movies MysteriesStars: Eloise Mumford, Sean FarisCaptain Grace Garland (Mumford), a decorated U.S. veteran, returns home after two tours of Search and Rescue in Afghanistan. After being separated from her beloved K9 partner, Grace must rediscover the magic of Christmas. When she finds herself stranded in the town of River s Crossing a couple weeks before Christmas, the local judge, Joe Peterson (Faris), offers her a place to stay on his property and takes it upon himself to show Grace everything she has been missing: Christmas, family, community, and love.Christmas at GracelandAirs: Saturday, Nov. 17 at 8 p.m. on HallmarkStars: Kellie Pickler, Wes BrownChicago-based business executive Laurel (Pickler) travels to Memphis to secure one of the city s oldest family-owned banks. While there, she reunites with ambitious local music promoter and old flame Clay (Brown). Laurel tries to keep her eye on the prize, but Clay reminds her of the days when they were a performing duo on the brink of stardom and her focus turns to the home of the Blues and her dreams of making music again.Return to Christmas CreekAirs: Saturday, Nov. 17 at 9 p.m. on Hallmark Movies MysteriesStars: Tori Anderson, Stephen Huszar, Steven WeberAs Christmas approaches, career-focused Chicago app developer Amelia Hughes (Anderson) returns to her small hometown of Christmas Creek, where she reunites with her childhood best friend Mike (Huszar) and her estranged uncle Harry (Weber). As she engages in local holiday festivities — and begins falling for Mike — Amelia finds herself feeling the Christmas spirit.Christmas in Evergreen: Letters to SantaAirs: Sunday, Nov. 18 at 8 p.m. on HallmarkStars: Jill Wagner, Mark Deklin, Holly Robinson-Peete, Ashley WilliamsWhen Lisa (Wagner) takes a last-minute Christmas trip to her hometown of Evergreen, she finds that the historic general store has been closed. Using her skills as a professional retail designer, Lisa decides to keep local tradition alive and help the good people of Evergreen bring the store back to life. As Lisa charms a local contractor named Kevin (Deklin) into working with her, the pair find themselves facing one surprise after another as they restore the store to its former glory. When the staff at the Kringle Kitchen temporarily accept the store s beloved Mailbox to Santa for safekeeping, the townspeople find and rally around a mysterious 25-year-old letter that never made it to the North Pole. As old traditions are made new again, Lisa finds herself falling for Kevin, the traditions, and the town of Evergreen.A Godwink ChristmasAirs: Sunday, Nov. 18 at 9 p.m. on Hallmark Movies MysteriesStars: Kimberley Sustad, Paul Campbell, Kathie Lee GiffordAs Christmas approaches, St. Louis antique appraiser Paula (Sustad), reluctantly accepts a marriage proposal from her boyfriend, Daniel (Panton), a career-focused attorney. Her Aunt Jane (Gifford) senses Paula has mixed emotions over the engagement and invites Paula to her Nantucket home. While there, Paula visits the nearby island of Martha s Vineyard where she meets charming inn owner Gery (Campbell). Bad weather intervenes, and Paula winds up staying at Gery s inn and enjoying local holiday festivities with him. Aunt Jane later tells Paula that their meeting was God s way of winking at her to help her determine which direction her life should take.Last Vermont Christmas(Photo by Hallmark)Airs: Monday, Nov. 19 at 9 p.m. on Hallmark Movies MysteriesStars: Erin Cahill, Justin BrueningMegan (Cahill), Bethany, and Mary are three sisters who return to their childhood home every year to celebrate Christmas. This year s reunion will be bittersweet, however, since their parents have put the house up for sale, and the buyer happens to be Nash (Bruening), Megan s former childhood sweetheart.Hope at ChristmasAirs: Tuesday, Nov. 20 at 9 p.m. on Hallmark Movies MysteriesStars: Scottie Thompson, Ryan PaeveyRecently divorced, Sydney Ragsdale (Thompson) decides to spend Christmas in a house she inherited with her young daughter. As she begins to spend more time at the local bookstore, Sydney meets a teacher, Mac (Paevey), who also fills in for the town Santa. Mac tries to make Christmas wishes come true, and this year Sydney is at the top of his nice list. As a new opportunity with the bookstore unfolds, Mac helps Sydney open herself up to life, love, and believing in the spirit of Christmas again.Reunited at ChristmasAirs: Wednesday, Nov. 21 at 8 p.m. on HallmarkStars: Nikki Deloach, Mike FaiolaFrazzled and struggling with writer s block, novelist Samantha (Deloach) and her boyfriend head to her late grandmother s home to spend Christmas. While with family, her grandmother s wise words reveal the true meaning of Christmas to Samantha at a time when she most needs encouragement.Christmas at the PalaceAirs: Thursday, Nov. 22 at 8 p.m. on HallmarkStars: Merritt Patterson, Andrew Cooper, Brittany BristowKatie, a former professional ice skater (Patterson), is hired by the king of San Senova, Alexander, to help his daughter in a Christmas ice skating performance. As Katie spends time in the castle and with the king, she and Alex begin to develop feelings for each other and ultimately fall in love. But will the tradition-loving people of San Senova allow their king to make a foreigner their queen?Pride, Prejudice and MistletoeAirs: Friday, Nov. 23 at 8 p.m. on HallmarkStars: Lacey Chabert, Brendan PennyHard-working self-starter Darcy (Chabert) wants to live on her own terms, even choosing to start her own company, rather than work with her father. Returning home for Christmas, Darcy reconnects with an old rival, restaurant owner Luke (Penny), and they are forced to plan a charity event together. Darcy starts to realize what matters most in life as she spends time with her family and Luke and sets out to mend her relationship with her father — and possibly fall in love.Christmas Everlasting Airs: Saturday, Nov. 24 at 8 p.m. on HallmarkStars: Tatyana Ali, Dondre T. WhitfieldNew York corporate lawyer Lucy Toomey (Ali) will be made partner after the New Year. But when Alice, her older sister with special needs, unexpectedly passes away, Lucy must return home to Wisconsin to attend the funeral and handle her sister s estate. Lucy dreads returning to her childhood home, but also feels real sorrow that she was too busy to take Alice s last call. Once back in Nilson s Bay, Lucy meets Peter (Whitfield), her old high school sweetheart and Alice s former attorney, who informs her of the terms of Alice s eccentric will: In order for Lucy to inherit the family home, she must live there for 30 days through the holidays.Christmas on Honeysuckle Lane(Photo by
恐龙危机2中文版下载 This week s Ketchup brings you another nice headlines from the world of film development news (the stories about what movies Hollywood is working on for you next), covering such titles as The Suicide Squad, The Eternals, and Halloween Kills.This WEEK S TOP STORYTAIKA WAITITI JUMPING THE GUNN ONTO THE SUICIDE SQUAD IN UNKNOWN ROLE(Photo by Jasin Boland/© Marvel / © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures /Courtesy Everett Collection)Last year, Walt Disney Pictures briefly fired director James Gunn from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (if you re wondering why Marvel s not moving forward on that movie faster, that s the reason) over old jokes in poor taste were found on his Twitter feed. James Gunn has since been hired back, but in the meantime, he jumped ship to work for Warner Bros and DC Comics for The Suicide Squad, which will be a soft reboot sequel to the 2016 super villain movie starring Will Smith and Margot Robbie. This week, James Gunn cast one of his frequent collaborators as well as one of Marvel s stars. First up was Nathan Fillion, who previously worked with James Gunn on both Slither and Super, and who also had a cameo voice acting role in the first Guardians of the Galaxy. The biggest surprise, however, came with the news that Taika Waititi will also have a role in The Suicide Squad. In addition to directing Thor: Ragnarok (in which he also voiced the alien Korg), Taika Waititi is also returning to write and direct Thor: Love and Thunder (11/3/2021), which will come out less than three months after The Suicide Squad. James Gunn also this week cast comedian Steve Agee to provide the voice of the monstrous super villain King Shark. Warner Bros has scheduled The Suicide Squad for release on August 6, 2021, which will be five days after the fifth anniversary of the release of Suicide Squad on August 1, 2016.Other Top Headlines1. KIT HARRINGTON TAKING THE BLACK (KNIGHT) AGAIN IN MARVEL S THE ETERNALS(Photo by George Kraychyk/©TriStar Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection)One of the big reveals at Disney s D23 this past weekend was the casting of Kit Harrington as Dane Whitman, AKA Marvel s Black Knight, in next year s The Eternals (11/6/2020). Harrington will be joined by Richard Madden, he of Robb Stark in Game of Thrones, as Ikaris. This came along with confirmation that Gemma Chan will costar in The Eternals just one year after she also costarred in Captain Marvel as the Kree warrior Minn-Erva. The inclusion of Black Knight and Minn-Erva in The Eternals is significant because both characters were long-time members of The Avengers from the 1980s to the 1990s. Black Knight actually first joined as the 14th Avenger in 1969, in-between Vision in 1968 and Black Widow in 1973. So if one wants to speculate about a future Avengers movie, they re both possibilities.2. BLACK PANTHER II SNAGS MARVEL S BIGGEST RELEASE DATE FOR THE SUMMER OF 2022(Photo by Marvel / © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures /Courtesy Everett Collection)Marvel Studios didn t invent the notion of the weekend closest to May 1st being the best spot to start the summer season (that was arguably the 1999 reboot of The Mummy), but they ve certainly perfected the move. In recent years, that has included Avengers: Age of Ultron (5/1/2015), Captain America: Civil War (5/6/2016), Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (5/5/2017), Avengers: Infinity War (4/27/2018), and Avengers: Endgame (4/26/2019), and will include Black Widow (5/1/2020) and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (5/7/2020). One of the highly anticipated films that was left out of Marvel s big panel of announcements at SDCC this year was Black Panther II, but we learned last weekend that they were just saving that news for D23, where Marvel revealed that Black Panther II is scheduled for May 6, 2022. No other premise or cast details were confirmed, but presumably, Chadwick Boseman, Martin Freeman, Danai Gurira, and Letitia Wright will all be back.3. BOYHOOD DIRECTOR TO SPEND 20 YEARS FILMING MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG(Photo by Wilson Webb/©Lionsgate/courtesy Everett Collection)As of this writing in 2019, Broadway singer/actor Ben Platt is 25, and actress Beanie Feldstein is 26. But when their new movie comes out, they ll be more like 45 and 46. That s because Platt and Feldstein have both signed to star in a new musical from director Richard Linklater, who famously spent 12 years making the 2014 Academy Award-winning drama Boyhood. That musical will be an adaptation of Stephen Sondheim s 1981 play Merrily We Roll Along, which was itself based on the 1934 play of the same name. Sondheim s play was set across a period from 1957 to 1976, and as with Boyhood, Richard Linklater plans on filming Merrily We Go Along over a 20 year period just like how its plot unfolds. Presuming Merrily We Roll Along is released around 2039 or 2040, Richard Linklater (born 7/30/1960) will be between 78 and 80.4. JAMIE FOXX AND TINA FEY TO STAR IN NEXT YEAR S SECOND PIXAR FILM, SOUL (Photo by Walt Disney Studios)As much of an info dump as San Diego Comic-Con is, Disney s own D23 convention almost matches that. This year, a lot of that went to the upcoming Disney+ streaming app s content, but Disney itself made a few big feature film announcements. We ve known for a while now that Pixar s next film will be Onward (3/6/2020), a modern fantasy starring MCU stars Tom Holland and Chris Pratt. But that s not all for Pixar in 2020: They also have Soul on their schedule for release on June 16, 2020. Pixar revealed at D23 that the stars of Soul will be Jamie Foxx and Tina Fey. Fey will voice a disembodied human soul in the afterlife, with Jamie Foxx voicing a music teacher who appears to kick it just before a big career opportunity (cue the comparisons to Mr. Holland s Opus and also Pixar s Coco). Foxx and Fey will also be joined by the voices of Daveed Diggs (Blindspotting), Questlove (of The Roots and The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon), and Phylicia Rashad (TV s The Cosby Show), with Trent Reznor (Nine Inch Nails) collaborating on the film s score.5. PAUL RUDD GROWS UP TO BE ANTHONY MICHAEL HALL IN NEXT YEAR S HALLOWEEN KILLS (Photo by Vertical Entertainment / courtesy Everett Collection)Quite the phenomenon when a future megastar gets their career start in a horrible horror movie. Take, for example, Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers, the sixth film in the horror franchise, which featured Paul Rudd as Tommy Doyle, one of the kids Laurie Strode was babysitting in the first movie. Jamie Lee Curtis returned as Laurie Strode in last year s hit soft reboot sequel Halloween (which earned over 5 million worldwide), and she s returning for Halloween Kills (10/16/2020) and (possibly) Halloween Ends (10/15/2021), which will soon be filmed back-to-back. Paul Rudd was indeed approached about returning as Tommy Doyle, but due to scheduling conflicts with Ghostbusters 2020 (7/10/2020), Tommy Doyle will instead be played by Anthony Michael Hall. Rudd and Hall may not resemble each other, but if the Halloween slasher franchise now serves as a nostalgia feast, the casting of the costar of 1980s movies like Sixteen Candles, Weird Science, and The Breakfast Club fits that theme perfectly.6. DISNEY ANIMATION S POST-FROZEN II TO BE RAYA AND THE LAST DRAGON (Photo by Disney)Disney has had a mystery project scheduled for November 25, 2020 for a while, but it wasn t until last weekend s D23 that Disney revealed that it will be Raya and the Last Dragon. The animated fantasy adventure will be set in a fictional kingdom called Kumandra, which will be inspired by the cultures of Southeast Asia. Raya and the Last Dragon will mark the directorial debuts of Paul Briggs and Dean Wellins, who previously worked on Disney movies like Big Hero 6 and Zootopia. The screenplay is being written by Adele Lim, whose Crazy Rich Asians featured Awkwafina, now also a voice role in Raya. The title character to be voiced by Cassie Steele of TV s Degrassi: The Next Generation.7. EVA LONGORIA TO DIRECT THE FLAMIN HOT CHEETOS MOVIE(Photo by Bauer Martinez Films/courtesy Everett Collection)Fox Searchlight has been moving forward with plans for a movie called Flamin Hot about how the popular brand of Cheetos snack foods came to be. They re hiring Eva Longoria to direct the true story of Richard Montanez, who was a janitor at Frito-Lay when he came up with the Flamin Hot Cheetos concept after noticing that regular Cheetos were not as flavorful as Mexican snacks on the same convenience store shelves.8. HAPPY DEATH DAY DIRECTOR TO BODY SWAP VINCE VAUGHN AND 22-YEAR-OLD KATHRYN NEWTON(Photo by Giles Keyte / © Warner Bros. / courtesy Everett Collection)Director Chris Landon is newly available as it appears unlikely that Happy Death Day will receive another sequel after this year s box office disappointment of 2U, which earned just million domestically. For his next film, Landon will cowrite and direct a body swapping thriller. Vince Vaughn will star as a deranged serial killer whose body is taken over by a high school student played by 22-year-old Kathryn Newton, whose previous work includes Paranormal Activity 4 and Detective Pikachu.Like this? 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Pet Sematary (2019) 57% It only took six years from the time Stephen King published Pet Sematary to see it adapted for the big screen, but it took another 30 and a misguided 1992 sequel before anyone decided to give it another go. Taking the reins this time are directing duo Kevin Kölsch and Dennis Widmyer, who previously helmed the well-received indie thriller Starry Eyes, and who make a few changes to the original story. In the updated version, a Boston doctor (Jason Clarke) relocates with his wife (Amy Seimetz) and two children to Maine, where he learns about a mysterious burial site behind their new home that s rumored to bring the dead back to life. When tragedy hits the family, he decides to test those rumors, and things begin to spiral out of control. With regard to the critics, not everyone is on board with the new interpretation, and those who aren t feel that the narrative fails to do enough to justify remaking the original. That said, the overall reaction has been positive, with reviews touting the performances for selling their grief with authenticity and the directors for effectively harnessing the more disturbing elements of the source material. 第三，排位机制，大家都知道王者荣耀一直被诟病的就是它的排位机制，你永远不知道下一把你的对手有多能送。但是LOL手游刚公测，门槛高，高水平玩家多，排位环境肯定要比王者荣耀好，只要运营的好，LOL手游的排位环境将永远甩开王者荣耀。