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Bob竞彩采用百度引擎9(Baidu 1)各位LOL的小伙伴们大家好,英雄联盟手游的上线,确实也让不少玩家兴奋了好久,但好景不长,本以为可以和王者对打的MOBA手游,却因为言语不通,网速不畅等问题败下阵来。虽然台服解决了语音的问题,但是仍旧有不少问题困扰了大家,看来想和王者竞争,还是有一大段路要走啊。

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在这些MOBA游戏里面,和lol风格最接近的大概要数《英魂之刃口袋版》了。在这款游戏中,端游MOBA玩家熟悉的迷雾系统、传送机制、侦查守卫、多主动装备等等,都可以在这款手游中见识得到。同时它还拥有和LOL不同的高低视野差,这样使得整个对局都能更贴近于端游的玩法。 Watch: Directors Joe and Anthony Russo on the making of Avengers: Infinity War above.In 2019, Rotten Tomatoes turns 21, and to mark the occasion we’re celebrating the 21 Most Memorable Moments from the movies over the last 21 years. In this special video series, we speak to the actors and filmmakers who made those moments happen, revealing behind-the-scenes details of how they came to be and diving deep into why they’ve stuck with us for so long. Once we’ve announced all 21, it will be up to you, the fans, to vote for which is the most memorable moment of all. In this episode of our ‘21 Most Memorable Moments’ series, directors Joe and Anthony Russo break down how they created one of the movies most shocking cliffhangers. VOTE FOR THIS MOMENT IN OUR 21 MOST MEMORABLE MOVIE MOMENTS POLLThe Movie: Avengers: Infinity War (2018) 85%Avengers: Infinity War was something moviegoers had never seen before: an epic movie crossover event that dwarfed the two previous Avengers films in scale and ambition and threw more beloved characters at the screen than perhaps any other movie in history. Also, uniquely for a film about a (very large) band of (very beloved) superheroes, it centered its narrative around its singular villain, one that Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige and the filmmakers of the Marvel Cinematic Universe had been seeding for years: “Thanos is coming” isn’t just the panicked warning of Bruce Banner in Infinity War’s early scenes, it was the tease Marvel had been giving us since Phase One. And Infinity War is the Mad Titan’s movie. It’s his search for the Infinity Stones that drives the narrative, and it’s the snap of his be-gloved fingers that ends it.Joe and Anthony Russo, who joined the MCU with The Winter Soldier, had a mammoth task with Infinity War. Not only did they have to set up a cliffhanger for the ages and provide, working with Josh Brolin, a villain worthy of so many years of buildup, but they were helming one of the most expensive movies ever made and a story whose threads and characters had mostly been established by other filmmakers across 10 years of movies. Here, the brothers explain how they prepared for Infinity War, the logic behind their narrative choices, and working with Brolin to create a villain for the ages – one with whom some might even sympathize.“The central idea of Civil War was for us to break up the Avengers and shatter that relationship between Steve Rogers and Tony Stark.”Anthony Russo: “Civil War is where [the story] started to come into our brains. The central idea of that movie was for us to we wanted to break up the Avengers and shatter that relationship between Steve Rogers and Tony Stark. As we were executing it and we realized how well we were sort of achieving that on an emotional level with the characters, that s when I think our brains started to open up to, ‘My God, they re so vulnerable now.’ Now, you re like, what happens when Thanos comes? And that s when our brains started stepping through where the story could go.”In Civil War the Avengers are divided. (Photo by © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, © Marvel Studios)“We very thoroughly explore a lot of different ideas before we lock into what s exciting us most.”Anthony: “Our process is to spend many, many, many months in that room with [writers] Christopher Marcus and Stephen McFeely, with Kevin [Feige], talking through different story ideas, different possibilities. We very thoroughly explore a lot of different ideas before we lock into what s exciting us most. So, at some point [while writing Infinity War], yeah, sure, there are many variations [of what could happen], but once the story starts to take shape it really forms in a muscular way around a single idea. And then we spend months working on that.”“I think a lot of people respect Thanos’s monastic dedication to his task. He ll die for it.”Joe Russo: “[Thanos is a] complicated character. He s a profoundly interesting villain who is equal parts empathetic and loathsome. He s also frightening and intimidating and nearly invincible. He s driven, philosophically driven. I think a lot of people respect his monastic dedication to his task. He ll die for it. And what s interesting about the end of that movie is he shuns all materialism. He s got this amazingly powerful gauntlet that can alter the very fabric of the universe, and he retires to a shack, you know, clearly on some desolate planet.”For the Russos, Infinity War was Thanos s story. (Photo by © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, © Marvel Studios)“We did tests with Josh Brolin where he would come in, perform, and we would work on it for several months and try to figure out the best version of it.”Anthony: “We knew we wanted to center the movie on the character, and we knew that we can only do that if we pulled off the most realistic-feeling performance that you could possibly imagine in a movie. So, we started very early on with our visual effects team, specifically our visual effects supervisor, Dan DeLeeuw, and trying to figure out how the technology can work and we can actually achieve this. We did a lot of tests, we did tests with Josh Brolin where he would come in, perform, and we would work on it for several months and try to figure out the best version of it. So yeah, that character was built methodically over the entire span of the development of the film.”The Moment: Thanos SnapsThough the world knew Infinity War was one half of a two-part Avengers epic, both parts of which were shot concurrently, few believed the movie would end the way it did: with half the universe dusted – and with some of most beloved MCU characters among the fallen. It was unfathomable. Thanos… won? Shocked audiences wept through the credits – comforted somewhat by that brilliant Captain Marvel teaser – and took to social media to express their despair through every variation of crying/devastated memes. Then came the recriminations: Why the hell didn’t Thor go for the head? Peter Quill was totally to blame for this, right? It felt certain that the universe would be restored in about 12 months – Endgame would release almost a year to the day after Infinity War – but there was no certainty. After all, with “The Snap” the Russos and Marvel Studios showed the world nothing and nobody was sacred and anything was possible.Thanos has an almost monastic dedication to his mission. (Photo by © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, © Marvel Studios)“There s no bigger way to write ourselves into a corner than killing half the characters.”Anthony: “We actually never thought of it as a cliffhanger. In our own brains, for us, we were telling a complete story, this was Thanos s movie, he was the lead of the film, and we gave him a complete arc – a proper ending.”Joe: “Anth and I, through our entire experience at Marvel, always tried to make very disruptive choices with each film. The end of Winter Soldier, good guys and the bad guys, we flip everything on its head. In Civil War we divorce the Avengers. With Infinity War we knew we wanted to make a strong narrative choice. There s an adage where you write yourself into a corner, and you try to figure out how to get out. That usually creates really dramatic moments for the audience. There s no bigger way to write ourselves into a corner than killing half the characters.”“As far as who went to dust, everything s always built upon story.”Joe: “The visualization was purely just we thought about the elemental aspect of your body and what happens to it. And that s sort of accelerating the decomposing process in a way. As far as who went to dust, everything s always built upon story. We ll just say that there s a reason the original six Avengers are left.”They Russos say the Snap was not a cliffhanger in their mind. (Photo by © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, © Marvel Studios)“Tony Stark and Peter Parker developed a father-son relationship over the course of two films. We felt like that would be hard to watch.” Joe: “Spider-Man was my favorite character growing up; it was this notion of a child who had been burdened with this incredible responsibility and through very tragic circumstances, with the death of his uncle. So I think we always felt that would be [a key emotional moment]. Tony Stark and Peter Parker developed a father-son relationship over the course of two films. We felt like that would be hard to watch, and it was: it was hard to watch on set, and it was hard to watch for the audience, I think.”The Impact: Anything Is PossibleThe commercial success of Infinity War, and then Endgame after it, was monumental: Infinity War is now the fifth highest-grossing movie of all time, Endgame is number one. The impact of both goes beyond the box office, though: few movies, perhaps ever, have so dominated the pop-culture conversation. Infinity War was a global cliffhanger the likes of which we’d never seen and the feverish anticipation it built would be what made Endgame the most successful movie ever. As the culmination of the first decade of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the two films cemented that brand’s dominance at the movies – something that looks set to continue with an exciting and expanding Phase 4 and 5. There is a sense that, with its universe-building and crossovers, Marvel and the MCU are changing the very nature – and certainly the business – of commercial cinema (for better or worse, depending on your perspective). For Joe and Anthony Russo, who have directed more films within the MCU than any other director or directing pair, the key to the brand’s success is less about the razzle-dazzle of special effects, or even about the narrative daring it takes to dust half of your leads – it’s about character. The reason the MCU is as massive as it is, and the reason Infinity War and Endgame are a kind of phenomenon, lies in our connection to Tony, Steve, Peter, Natasha, T’Challa, and, yes, even Thanos.Joe and Anthony Russo on set with Chris Evans. (Photo by Chuck Zlotnick / ©Marvel Studios 2018)“Mark [Ruffalo] turned around in the theater and he thought, ‘Alright, I gotta get out of here before someone hurts me.’”Anthony: “At the premiere and many of the early screenings that we attended, we anticipated the ending being complicated for people because it was complicated for ourselves, but no, we didn t anticipate the depth of emotion that people would experience from that ending.”Joe: “[Mark] Ruffalo was in a theater in New York, and he was in a cap and glasses, and he was there with his son and his son s friends, and he said when it got to the end, literally people just sat in the audience for 10 minutes and a guy ripped his shirt off and started screaming, Why?!’ at the screen. Mark turned around in the theater and he thought, ‘Alright, I gotta get out of here before someone hurts me,’ and he snuck out the side door. So we didn t expect that level of emotional response to it.”“In our minds, that s why the Avengers lost in Infinity War – the fact that they were divided.”Anthony: “Look, [Tony and Cap are] the heart and soul of the Avengers, you know. Tony is sorta like an extroverted leader and Cap is like the heart and soul, the moral core of them. For the two of them to have a falling out and have an irreconcilable problem was really devastating to the team as a whole. You know in our minds, that s why the Avengers lost in Infinity War – the fact that they were divided. They weren t functioning as a team in that movie any longer, so they weren t prepared for the universe s greatest threat. But the journey they re on is very much at the heart of the entire story.”Robert Downey Jr. in an early Infinity War scene. (Photo by © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, © Marvel Studios)“All these characters have emotional vulnerabilities that complicate their ability to do what needs to be done.”Joe: “Part of telling stories is learning empathy. I don t know if people can empathize with Thanos, but they can empathize with Star-Lord – the love of his life was murdered by the guy in front of him, and he made a very emotional choice. I think that s the human choice, and that s the truthful choice that you would make in those circumstances. He paid for it with his life, Star-Lord.”Anthony: “Exactly. As storytellers, we find that one of the most empathetic moments in the story. Also, the other thing to focus on his choice, I mean all of these characters make flawed choices. If Thor had not been so angry, and so revenge-driven, he may have killed Thanos faster than he did. The fact that he wanted revenge, he wanted to see in Thanos s eyes as he was killing him, that gave Thanos a window to reverse things on him. All these characters have emotional vulnerabilities that complicate their ability to do what needs to be done. Us watching them fight through that is part of the fun.”Joe: “It s makes them interesting to watch. If all they did was make the right choice every time, it s a fairly predictable and boring story after a while.”Avengers: Infinity War was released April 27, 2018. Buy or rent it at FandangoNOW.
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Ryan FujitaniThe cult classic horror franchise Candyman returns in 2020, with the Jordan Peele-produced, Nia DaCosta (Little Woods)-directed movie having just dropped its first teaser trailer this week. Starring Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (Aquaman, Watchmen), Teyonah Parris (If Beale Street Could Talk), and original franchise star Tony Todd, Candyman is slated for release on June 12. Originally rumored to be a remake, it’s now being called a “spiritual sequel” to the 1992 original. Here’s what we know so far.It s Definitely a Sequel, Not a RebootWhen the idea of revisiting Candyman was first floated, it was assumed that the new version would be a straight remake – even by original star Tony Todd. The actor went so far as to give his blessing to the new crew and say his goodbyes to Candyman on Twitter. It turns out rumors of a new actor wielding the honey-coated hook were premature (at one point, Peele’s Get Out star Lakeith Stanfield was rumored to be taking over the role). Peele and DaCosta are positioning the new movie as a direct sequel to the 1992 film.Star Abdul-Mateen II is playing grown-up Anthony McCoy, the baby kidnapped and used as bait by Candyman in the original film (Stanfield was rumored to be up for this role as well). Original star Vanessa Williams also reprises her role of Anthony’s mother, Anne-Marie McCoy.Virginia Madsen Is Not Back, But Helen Is(Photo by TriStar Pictures)At the end of the 1992 Candyman (spoiler alert), Helen Lyle (Virginia Madsen) – the graduate student studying urban legends who revives the ghostly killer – dies from burns she receives when Candyman attempts to immolate the residents of the Cabrini-Green public housing project where the film is set. The final scene shows her distraught husband Trevor (Xander Berkeley) saying her name 5 times in front of a mirror, inviting a scarred Helen to appear and murder him with a hook.Although Madsen is not returning for the sequel, the character of Helen Lyle is, this time played by Cassie Kramer. Is she an apparition? Were the events at the end of the original some kind of strange dream sequence? Or will the new film incorporate flashbacks to the past? We’ll have to wait and see.Candyman Has New Abilities(Photo by Universal Pictures)The ending of the original played on a key theme in the work of author Clive Barker – that of the protagonist becoming the thing they are running from or tracking down (see also: Nightbreed and The Midnight Meat Train) – as the film ends with Helen literally becoming a new “Candywoman.” The new trailer seems to hint that Candyman has upped his game a bit. Rather than appear as a physical being, he seems to exist only in reflections and shadows, and judging from the shot where Abdul-Mateen II sees himself as Candyman in a mirror, Anthony McCoy doesn’t appear to become a Candyman surrogate like Helen, but actually the man himself.Gentrification Is a Key ThemeRyan FujitaniThe final building of what once comprised the Cabrini-Green housing project on Chicago’s North Side was demolished in 2011. Sandwiched between two wealthy Chicago neighborhoods, Lincoln Park and the Gold Coast, Cabrini-Green had always butted up against encroaching gentrification. The attempt to pave over a dark past with trendy cafes and art galleries seems to be a main theme for the new film, which takes place in a now-gentrified neighborhood where Cabrini-Green once stood.Peele has been very upfront about maintaining the tensions of race and class in the new film. “The original was a landmark film for black representation in the horror genre,” he said in a statement released after the film was announced. “Alongside Night of the Living Dead, Candyman was a major inspiration for me as filmmaker — and to have a bold new talent like Nia at the helm of this project is truly exciting. We are honored to bring the next chapter in the Candyman canon to life and eager to provide new audiences with an entry point to Clive Barker’s legend.”So Is Toxic Fandom(Photo by TriStar Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)Ian Cooper, creative director at Jordan Peele’s production company Monkeypaw, has hinted that entitled fandom will be another subtle thread in the new story. Speaking to Deadline, Cooper said, “We talk a lot about fans and the idea of appeasing fans and when you do that and how do you do that and when do you not do that. I think my issue with fandom is that it’s really problematic. It’s probably the most problematic thing facing the genre.” He went on to indicate how this may come into play in Candyman.“I think what we’re trying to do with Candyman is both be mischievous in how we address the relationship to the first film but also be very satisfying.”There Will Be Familiar MusicLike the use of a modified version of The Luniz s I Got Five on It in Us, one of the best parts of the new teaser – as indicated by the #SayMyName hashtag trending on Twitter minutes after it dropped – was the way Destiny’s Child’s 1999 hit “Say My Name” was remixed with composer Philip Glass’ original score for the first Candyman.Glass released a new recording of the Candyman score in 2016, but it’s unlikely the 83-year-old will have an active role in the new film. Producer Michael Werner Maas is credited as providing the trailer music, and will likely be involved in remixing at least parts of Glass’ score for inclusion in the new film.There Will Be Nods to the Original Story(Photo by Universal Pictures)As a child in Liverpool, England, the four-year-old soon-to-be-horror author Barker was given some kindly words of advice by his dear, sweet old Nana that would stay with him for the rest of his life. My grandmother warned me, I remember, about going into public toilets because there were men who went around in public toilets and cut the genitals off little boys. This was difficult for a four-year-old to take in, Barker recalls in the making-of documentary Sweets to the Sweet. It terrified the wits out of me. That was the origin of Candyman. Candyman would take the lead in Barker s 1984 short story The Forbidden, which would in turn inspire screenwriter Bernard Rose to take the story of a hook-handed urban legend haunting a rundown housing estate in downtrodden, industrial 1970s Liverpool and re-set it within the walls of the equally troubled Cabrini-Green housing project outside Chicago in the 1990s.The original publication (in a collection called Books of Blood) featured haunting illustrations from artist John Stewart, which appear to get a visual shout-out via some of the graffiti glimpsed in the new trailer.It Doesn t Have a High Bar to Cross, Financially Speaking(Photo by Universal Pictures)Candyman wasn’t a monster box office success in 1992 (it made about .8 million in its domestic release), but it did well enough to earn a theatrically released sequel in 1995’s Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh (29%), which only grossed .9 million. The final entry was a forgettable 1999 straight-to-video installment called Candyman: Day of the Dead (10%). Despite that, the original film, which stands at 75% on the Tomatometer, and the character himself have become iconic in their own right, so while the new film could easily best the box office performance of its predecessors, it will still have to pass muster with adoring horror buffs who may be prone to eye the new project with, at best, cautious optimism.Candyman opens on August 27, 2021.Bob竞彩(Photo by Chadwick Boseman in Da 5 Bloods - Courtesy of Netflix)The New York Film Critics Circle announced the winners of their 2019 awards this morning on Twitter. Spike Lee s Vietnam War movie the Da 5 Bloods took home multiple honors, nabbing awards for Best Supporting Actor for Chadwick Boseman, Best Lead Actor for Delroy Lindo, and a special award for Director Spike Lee. A24 s First Cow took home the top honor of Best Film, Eliza Hittman s Never Rarely Sometimes Always was the critics pick for Best Screenplay and Best Actress, and NYC Film School alum Chloé Zhao was their pick for Best Director, marking the first time female filmmakers sweep the top three awards at NYFCC.The NYFCC Awards are chosen by a group of critics from daily newspapers, weekly newspapers, magazines, and qualifying online general-interest publications. Last year, The Irishman was the only film to garner multiple honors, nabbing awards for Best Supporting Actor for Joe Pesci and the main prize, Best Picture.Read through for the full list below, and if you re as obsessed with awards as we are, make sure to check out the complete Awards Leaderboard to keep up to date on the accolades bestowed on the best movies of 2019/2020 from the press, fans, and members of the film industry.Best Picture:First Cow (96%)Best Director:Chloé Zhao  Nomadland (96%)Best Screenplay:Eliza Hittman  Never Rarely Sometimes Always (99%)Best Actress:Sidney Flanigan   Never Rarely Sometimes Always (99%)Best Actor:Delroy Lindo Da 5 Bloods (92%)Best Supporting Actress:Maria Bakalova  Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm (86%)Best Supporting Actor:Chadwick Boseman   Da 5 Bloods (92%)Best Cinematography:Small Axe Anthology (96%)Best Animated Film:Wolfwalkers (98%)Best Non-Fiction Film (Documentary):Time (99%)Best Foreign Film:Bacurau (98%)Best First Film:The Forty-Year-Old Version (98%)Special Awards:Spike Lee, Kino LorberAre you as obsessed with awards as we are? Check out our Awards Leaderboard for 2019/2020.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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owski years later. I think it all started when we hit on the name Elvis Presto. The rest kind of evolved from there. Verdict: RottenSuper Bowl XXIVPerformers: Super Bowl XXIV was held in New Orleans and coincided with the 40th anniversary of Charles Schulz s beloved Peanuts comics, so naturally, the league decided to put em both together for a halftime show that celebrated Charlie Brown and the gang, as well as the culture of New Orleans. Performers included singer Irma Thomas, fiddler Doug Kershaw, and clarinetist Pete Fountain plus Snoopy.Critical Response: A tribute to New Orleans, also to the 40th anniversary of the comic strip Peanuts, and maybe also to drugs, wrote Rolling Stone s Rob Sheffield. Because Charlie Brown has what exactly the hell to do with jambalaya and Mardi Gras again? Verdict: RottenSuper Bowl XXVPerformers: By the early 90s, the league — and more importantly, the networks trapped in an annual bidding war for the right to broadcast the show — recognized the need to safeguard against counter-programming luring viewers eyes away at halftime, particularly during a stretch of games that included a series of lopsided victories. Enter New Kids on the Block, who took the stage during Super Bowl XXV s halftime for a Disney-inspired celebration that included a performance of It s a Small World. It was preempted during the broadcast by a Gulf War speech from President George Bush, and overshadowed afterward by Whitney Houston s rendition of The Star-Spangled Banner — all of which was a relief to the New Kids, according to member Donnie Wahlberg.Critical Response: I don’t know how much pride I take in the actual performance, admitted Wahlberg. But I take pride in the fact that we were the first ones to do it. Verdict: Fresh. As Wahlberg noted, the New Kids were the first of-the-moment pop stars to perform during a Super Bowl halftime show even if no one outside the stadium saw it.Super Bowl XXVIPerformers: Held at the Metrodome in Minneapolis, the Super Bowl XXVI halftime show was themed around Winter Magic, featuring Gloria Estefan, Olympic figure skaters Dorothy Hamill and Brian Boitano, and backup from rapping kids, dancers, and members of the 1980 U.S. Olympics hockey team.Critical Response: It may have had its absurdly entertaining moments, but the show was embarrassed by Fox s In Living Color, which aired a Super Halftime Party episode that leeched roughly 22 million viewers away from the game.Verdict: RottenSuper Bowl XXVIIPerformers: Stung by the halftime ratings from the previous year, producers stepped up their game for Super Bowl XXVII, booking Michael Jackson — still out promoting his 1991 Dangerous LP — to perform a three-song set that s widely credited with redefining the league s approach to the show.Critical Response: As the New York Times put it, Michael Jackson’s legacy will forever include this title: King of Pigskin. Verdict: FreshSuper Bowl XXVIIIPerformers: No country artist was bigger in the 90s than Garth Brooks. He didn t play during the Super Bowl XXVIII halftime show, but producers lined up a multi-platinum quartet to bring sufficient star wattage to its Rockin Country Sunday spectacular, hiring Clint Black, Tanya Tucker, Travis Tritt, and the Judds to perform.Critical Response: Country music haters forced to watch this spectacle must have had their worst suspicion confirmed, wrote Entertainment Weekly s Ken Tucker. That country is just pop with with less sophistication. Verdict: RottenSuper Bowl XXIXPerformers: Clearly, this game s halftime show is no stranger to bizarre spectacle, but even in context, Super Bowl XXIX is something special. Designed to tie in with Disneyland s new Indiana Jones and the Temple of the Forbidden Eye attraction, it featured stand-ins for Harrison Ford and Karen Allen on a quest to rescue the stolen Lombardi Trophy (and musical numbers from Patti LaBelle, Tony Bennett, Arturo Sandoval, and the Miami Sound Machine).Critical Response: Words can t quite do it justice, but SB Nation might have summed it up best: Indiana Jones + singers parents will love + Disney music = a halftime show so 1990s it should be wearing spaghetti straps and feathered bangs. Verdict: RottenSuper Bowl XXXPerformers: There s no denying that Diana Ross was well past her hitmaking prime when she took the stage for the Super Bowl XXX halftime show but there s also no arguing that she came to show everyone else how it should be done. Classic songs? Check. A whopping four outfit changes? Check. Leaving the field in a helicopter? Check.Critical Response: A spectacular triumph, wrote Tom Shales for the Washington Post. Perhaps the best halftime show ever. Verdict: FreshSuper Bowl XXXIPerformers: As far as most of us are concerned, the Blues Brothers effectively ceased to exist after John Belushi s untimely passing in 1982. But surviving Brother Dan Aykroyd had other ideas, enlisting Belushi s brother Jim, John Goodman, and the members of ZZ Top for a Super Bowl Blues Brothers Bash that made up in attitude whatever it may have lacked in necessity.Critical Response: The event only served to remind everyone that John Belushi was still dead, wrote the San Francisco Chronicle s Peter Hartlaub, and that Jim Belushi should stick to straight-to-video K-9 sequels. Verdict: James Brown made an appearance, ergo the only possible verdict is Fresh.Super Bowl XXXIIPerformers: The league helped Motown celebrate its 40th anniversary with a halftime musical extravaganza featuring classic Hitsville acts (Smokey Robinson, the Temptations, Martha Reeves) alongside the label s new wave of chart-toppers (Boyz II Men, Queen Latifah). Also: the Grambling State University Marching Band.Critical Response: The set opens with the Temptations in what appear to be full denim suits, shrugged Vox, and only goes downhill from there. Verdict: The presentation might not have been perfect, but the songs are classics. Fresh.Super Bowl XXXIIIPerformers: Pundits chortled when Aerosmith played alongside ‘N Sync and Britney Spears in Super Bowl XXXV, but it was just part of a long tradition of halftime shows built out of wildly disparate ingredients. Case in point: Super Bowl XXXIII s halftime entertainment, which boasted a bill that included Stevie Wonder, Gloria Estefan, and briefly popular swing revivalists Big Bad Voodoo Daddy.Critical Response: Lamenting that Apparently someone thought Stevie Wonder didn’t pack enough star power to command the entire Super Bowl halftime stage, Idolator called the end result all over the place. Verdict: It s far from perfect, but Stevie performing Sir Duke in honor of Duke Ellington s 100th birthday? Fresh.Super Bowl XXXIVPerformers: Once again, Disney took the production reins for a Super Bowl halftime show, offering viewers a Tapestry of Nations that featured an intriguing-looking roster of performers — Phil Collins, Christina Aguilera, Enrique Iglesias, Toni Braxton, and Tina Turner — who were handed a set list that resolutely refused to play to any of their strengths. From Turner s lackluster rendition of Proud Mary to Collins performance of a ballad from the Tarzan soundtrack, this never really got out of second gear.Critical Response: Anything produced by Disney is expected to be corny and sentimental, enough to make you angry and not go to work the next day, wrote Yahoo! Music s Rob O Connor. It takes a full lineup of processed cheese to top the pack. Verdict: RottenSuper Bowl XXXVPerformers: As we ve seen, the Super Bowl has a tendency to toss unrelated acts together for its halftime shows, and as often as not, the results aren t as weirdly entertaining as they might seem on paper. But Super Bowl XXXV bucked that trend with a bill boasting Aerosmith, N Sync, Britney Spears, Mary J. Blige, and Nelly — a wild collision of pop, rock, and R B stars that worked in spite of itself.Critical Response: Adam Graham of the Detroit News called it The most fun halftime show the Super Bowl has ever produced, one whose sheer pop might won’t soon, if ever, be matched. Verdict: FreshSuper Bowl XXXVIPerformers: Understandably a little leery about embracing frivolity so soon after the September 11 attacks, Janet Jackson rebuffed the NFL s overtures for Super Bowl XXXVI — so they turned to U2, who delivered a heartfelt set that included scrolling the victims names on a big screen and culminated with frontman Bono opening his jacket to reveal the American flag.Critical Response: It was, decreed Sports Illustrated, arguably the best Super Bowl halftime show of all time. Verdict: FreshSuper Bowl XXXVIIPerformers: What does Sting have to do with No Doubt? As the Police co-founder told Howard Stern years later, he and frontwoman Gwen Stefani go way back — a bond that manifested itself when she inducted the band into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame later that year. Stefani and Sting s duet on the Police hit Message in a Bottle stole the show from Shania Twain, who took a critical drubbing for her allegedly lip-synced performance.Critical Response: No thanks to Twain, wrote the Los Angeles Times, Stefani saved the play by doing what she does best, super-charging a Southern California crowd in a stadium setting through sheer force of ska-sonality. Verdict: FreshSuper Bowl XXXVIIIPerformers: You remember this one — even if you don t remember that Jessica Simpson, a University of Houston marching band, Kid Rock, Diddy, and Nelly also performed. Those Super Bowl XXXVIII halftime acts were bumped into the ashbin of history the moment Justin Timberlake caused the Janet Jackson wardrobe malfunction that prompted a record-setting number of TiVo rewinds (as well as a not-inconsiderable number of FCC complaints).Critical Response: For one flashing moment during her performance at Sunday’s game, Janet’s brother was no longer the most scandalous Jackson, quipped Entertainment Weekly.Verdict: RottenSuper Bowl XXXIXPerformers: Breaking with a stretch of combo-platter performances, the NFL lined up Paul McCartney for Super Bowl XXXIX — because if you ve got a former Beatle on the stage, do you really need anybody else? The answer, of course, turned out to be no, not at all. Critical Response: Who cares that football means something totally different in Macca’s hometown of Liverpool? asked Paste. His halftime set of Beatles and solo hits was simple, concise and nearly perfect. Verdict: FreshSuper Bowl XLPerformers: Perhaps only in the context of the Super Bowl could the Rolling Stones still seem somewhat dangerous in 2006. Months after releasing their A Bigger Bang LP, the band played the halftime show — and faced censorship for vaguely naughty lyrics in their classic hit Start Me Up and new single Rough Justice. Trigger-happy mute buttons notwithstanding, it was still the Stones, man.Critical Response: They may have joked about their age — with Mick Jagger introducing (I Can t Get No) Satisfaction by saying This one we could have done at Super Bowl I,' admitted Hitfix, but they didn t come off like a safe nostalgia act. Verdict: FreshSuper Bowl XLIPerformers: Long heralded as one of the most incendiary live performers of his generation, Prince didn t disappoint when the NFL hired him to play the halftime show at Super Bowl XLI. Instead of trotting out his greatest hits, he strolled out in the rain to deliver a fiery, finely calibrated assortment of originals and covers of well-known songs by other artists — all topped off with an unforgettable rendition of Purple Rain. For more than a few viewers, the Super Bowl has never been the same since.Critical Response: Prince, argued Christina Capatides for CBS, singlehandedly made it okay to be sexy, unpredictable and inventive at the Super Bowl again. Verdict: FreshSuper Bowl XLIIPerformers: Aside from a brief flirtation with making outré videos in the 80s, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers have never been an image-driven band. To their credit, they held fast to that music-first identity at Super Bowl XLII, eschewing the event s traditional glamour in favor of a meat-and-potatoes rock n roll show.Critical Response: Petty wasn t a reason to keep watching at halftime, observed the Village Voice s Tom Breihan. He was a reason not to change the channel. Verdict: FreshSuper Bowl XLIIIPerformers: Telling reporters he d passed up on the chance to play the halftime show before, Bruce Springsteen openly admitted he changed his mind when invited to perform at Super Bowl XLIII because he had a new record (2009 s Working on a Dream) to promote. To a certain breed of rock fan, there s nothing quite like a Springsteen show, particularly with the E Street Band, and with a crowd of millions at their backs, they couldn t help but rock and roll — but maybe it wasn t quite the transcendent spectacle the Boss s fans were used to.Critical Response: While shilling does not carry the sting it once did, perhaps Springsteen let the weight of responsibility limit his imagination in his 12-minute set, Jon Caramanica of the New York Times suggested.Verdict: FreshSuper Bowl XLIVPerformers: They were decades removed from their creative and commercial peak and they hadn t released an album of new material in years, which made the Who something of an odd choice for Super Bowl XLIV. Of course, even if Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend were the last surviving members of the original lineup, they still pack enough rock n roll punch to sell out stadiums; unfortunately, Townshend was struggling with health issues in the weeks leading up to the game, which contributed to their halftime show s altogether underwhelming air.Critical Response: All that was missing, wrote the New Orleans Times-Picayune s Keith Spera, was Austin Powers. Verdict: RottenSuper Bowl XLVPerformers: It seems fairly likely that the overlap between Black Eyed Peas and Guns N Roses fans is awfully slim, and yet for Super Bowl XLV, organizers lined up a halftime show that found Peas vocalist Fergie trying to wail her way through the GNR hit Sweet Child O Mine with exiled Guns co-founder Slash on guitar. Somewhat predictably, it compared unfavorably with the original.Critical Response: This is how far Slash has fallen, lamented SB Nation s Brian Floyd. Luckily nobody will remember his part as they rip everything else about the show. At least he s got that going for him. Verdict: RottenSuper Bowl XLVIPerformers: Like Bruce Springsteen, Madonna had a new record to promote when she was approached to perform at the Super Bowl halftime show — and she pulled out all the stops, enlisting Nicki Minaj, M.I.A., and stars-of-the-moment LMFAO to join her in a hits-laden set that naturally included her then-current single, Give Me All Your Luvin . The performance wasn t short on spectacle — she entered being pulled on a chariot! — but quite a few critics, while entertained, resented being so transparently sold a bill of goods.Critical Response: Despite its success and extravagance, this whole halftime package most of all was little more than an ingeniously well planned and shockingly transparent advertisement, wrote the Los Angeles Times Randall Roberts, and not much more. Verdict: FreshSuper Bowl XLVIIPerformers: Beyoncé was still months removed from releasing her self-titled fifth solo album when she took the stage during Super Bowl XLVII, but her disbanded girl group Destiny s Child had a new compilation to promote, so it surprised roughly no one that the trio staged a temporary reunion in the midst of Beyoncé s career-encompassing halftime show. Still, whatever it lacked in terms of shock value, it more than made up with stage presentation, choreography, and sheer bootylicious abandon.Critical Response: From the moment she appeared as a giant silhouette against a plume of smoke while the late Green Bay Packers coach Vince Lombardi’s legendary excellence must be pursued Super Bowl speech was heard, wrote the Hollywood Reporter s David Rooney, Beyoncé turned on a high-energy, sexually charged performance with exciting multimedia elements. Verdict: FreshSuper Bowl XLVIIIPerformers: Bruno Mars Unorthodox Jukebox LP was in the midst of its quadruple-platinum chart run when he performed at Super Bowl XLVIII, and although he was only on his second album, he already had more than enough hits under his belt to handle the halftime show on his own — but he still brought out the Red Hot Chili Peppers for a mid-set team-up on the band s 1991 hit Give It Away. The Peppers later admitted they d been miming their performance, but to the folks at home, it didn t matter much.Critical Response: Mars performance was near flawless, but the lift in crowd noise when the Chili Peppers played told a story: on this occasion spontaneous rock dynamism trumped slick soul pop, wrote the Sydney Morning Herald s Peter Vincent.Verdict: FreshSuper Bowl XLIXPerformers: The NFL continued its streak of selecting buzzy younger pop performers when putting together the bill for Super Bowl XLIX, hiring Katy Perry for the halftime show — and although Perry opened her set to include guest appearances from Lenny Kravitz and Missy Elliott, it was totally her show. Well, maybe hers and Left Shark s, but still.Critical Response: With the entertaining, hassle-free show, Perry proved the NFL correct in her selection as halftime, argued USA Today s Chris Chase, calling the show one of the few things the NFL got right this year. Verdict: FreshSuper Bowl 50Performers: For the Super Bowl s grand 50th anniversary celebration, the league lined up Coldplay to headline, with guest appearances from Beyoncé and Bruno Mars with Mark Ronson. Nothing against the guys in Coldplay, but their midtempo catalog isn t exactly suited for this type of event — all of which is to say it s no surprise that most pundits said Beyoncé s performance of Formation was the highlight of the set.Critical Response: By the time Bruno Mars challenged Bey to a dance-off, wrote Vox s Caroline Framke, she d stolen the show once and for all. Verdict: FreshSuper Bowl LIPerformers: The 51st edition of any long-running event is bound to feel a little anticlimactic after all the pageantry that goes along with hitting that half-century milestone, but whatever Lady Gaga s halftime show lacked in built-in anticipation, it more than made up in sheer showmanship. From patriotic opening numbers to jaw-dropping aerial work and a hits-studded set that ran the gamut from chart-topping favorites to newer material, she took command of the biggest audience of her multiplatinum career and never let go. We re here to make you feel good, she told the crowd at one point, and that goal was more than evident in her performance.Critical Response: Lady Gaga’s Super Bowl halftime show, wrote Time s Daniel D addario, stands as among the very best in the history of the form, racing ambitiously through the artist’s entire career and putting forward the qualities of the artist that just work. Verdict: FreshSuper Bowl LIIPerformers: Justin Timberlake returned to the halftime stage for the first time since his Nipplegate fiasco in 2004. And while he didn t bring Janet Jackson back with him for a repeat performance, he did pay tribute to the recently departed Minneapolis hometown hero Prince via what some expected to be a hologram, but was actually a projection of the purple one on a screen.Critical Response:  The performance was decent, and Timberlake sounded good and danced even better. As far as half-time shows go, it was satisfactory, a fun but forgettable display of the singer’s substantial talents, wrote The Guardian s Jake Nevins. EW s Darren Franich summed it up: He played it too safe; he took Sexy away. Verdict: Fresh (barely)Super Bowl LIIIPerformers: Maroon 5 took on what promised to be a thankless task, headlining during a year in which controversy rampaged through the NFL over player Colin Kaepernick s kneeling during the National Anthem. (Rihanna and Cardi B reportedly said, Thanks, but no to the gig in solidarity with the former quarterback.) Rappers Travis Scott and Big Boi also performed.Critical Response: Yeesh. Not good. You d think Nickelback played based on the halftime show reviews. The New York Times  Jon Caramanica seemed to be satisfying a personal vendetta in his review: Maroon 5 — a quasi-soul, quasi-rock, utterly funkless band likely the third or eighth or maybe 14th choice for a headliner Maroon 5 was a cynically apt choice as easy to forget as mild weather a performance that was dynamically flat, mushy at the edges, worthy of something much worse than derision: a shrug an inessential performance from a band that might have lost some moral authority if it had any moral authority to lose. Vox s headline: Maroon 5 was fine. Writer Alex Abad-Santos went on to elaborate: Maroon 5’s 2019 Super Bowl halftime show was aggressively fine. Some other adjectives round out the picture: basic, flavorless, painful, and tasted like fear. Verdict: RottenSuper Bowl LIVPerformers: Politics raged once more in the background of the Super Bowl in 2020 – which was one of the last major events held in that blissful period we might now call BC, or Before COVID. The national anthem kneeling protest remained a divisive issue and America was gearing up for a fraught election season, but if anyone could unite both sides of the aisle, and the country, it was Jennifer Lopez and Shakira, joined briefly by Bad Bunny and J. Balvin. After Shakira s six-minute set – in which she was the first Latinx artist to perform music in Spanish during a halftime show – J-Lo came in and wowed with a ferociously choreographed journey through her greatest hits, including Let s Get Loud and Waiting For Tonight. Critical Response: Much of the focus leading up to the halftime show was on the milestone being made by having two Latina performers take the stage, and Lopez staged a chills-on-the-back-of-your-neck moment when daughter Emmie Muñiz sang Bruce Springsteen s Born in the USA as mom waved around a cape featuring the Puerto Rican and American flags. After the show there was chatter about some of revealing costumes – come on, we haven t gotten past this?! – and who upstaged whom. [Lopez] pushed further with dance than Shakira did, at the cost of a good grip of singing, Craig Jenkins wrote for Vulture. Her intricate routines nodded to the Super Bowl’s marching-band past, and suggested that someone’s paying attention to the fearlessly vertical routines in Cheer and large-scale productions like Homecoming. But the overwhelming assessment was that this was a landmark halftime show, and one loaded with meaning for the game and the country. For Rolling Stone, Suzy Exposito wrote, as much as this game has further aggravated divisions in the United States — it’s impossible to play down the fact that for 15 fleeting minutes, hundreds of millions of eyes were on Latinas. And not just Latinas, but Latinas getting loud. Verdict: FrescaOn an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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Riverdale Pays Tribute to Luke Perry, Reveals Season 4 StorylinesThe opening moments of Riverdale s now-annual Hall H panel were, like the season 4 premiere, dedicated to Luke Perry. We suffered a huge, huge, huge loss, and it s something that we re going to be feeling for as long as we re lucky enough to keep making the show, creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa told the crowd before playing a tribute video to the actor, who died in March after suffering a stroke.The first episode will be a standalone hour paying tribute to both Perry and the character of Fred Andrews, and will include a special appearance by Perry s friend and former Beverly Hills, 90210 castmate Shannen Doherty. Also appearing on the show this season will be Molly Ringwald, who plays Archie s mom — and she ll be back more or less full time this season rather than introduce a mysterious, never-before-heard-from uncle or something to take over the parental role.Another special casting: Teen soap veteran Kerr Smith, a.k.a. Jack on Dawson s Creek, who will play the new principal of Riverdale High.K.J. Apa, Cole Sprouse, Lili Reinhart, Camila Mendes, and Madelaine Petsch joined Aguirre-Sacasa on stage to reveal more about the season, which will include a Halloween episode where someone will die (though not someone who was present at the panel), a member of Veronica s extended family dropping by, a battle of the bands episode, and flash-forwards to the jaw-dropping moment from the season 3 finale (with Archie, Betty, and Veronica covered in blood and burning their clothes).Supernatural Says Goodbye to Comic-ConSupernatural hit San Diego Comic-Con on Sunday for one last time after Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki, and Misha Collins announced earlier this year that the long-running CW series will end after its 15th season. With the end in sight, Supernatural s final Comic-Con panel brought all the feels, as both Winchester brothers teared up during their hour in Hall H. I’m really lucky because my friendships won’t go away, Padalecki said. And Sam Winchester, for me, won’t go away. He’ll be a part of me forever. Added Ackles,  I’m really proud of the work that this team has done for this long. There’s a lot that goes in and it takes a lot of very talented people to give you guys the best product we can make. I’m really proud of that product. After this long on a show to truly love what we do and be proud to hang my hat on that, that’s one of the legacies I’m proud of. I put in the effort, we all did, nobody phones it in and I’m thankful you guys can appreciate that. Supernatural is the longest-running genre show on American television. That is an achievement in and of itself. The legacy the cast and crew are leaving is one people will surely celebrate for years to come. I hope in the future that this fandom continues to function as a family, said Collins as the panel came to an end. I hope that you guys continue to be a force for good and companionship in the world. You’ve been so supportive of one another and so supportive of us. We all love you guys very much. To pay the fans back for their decade and a half of loyalty, the guys surprised the fans at the San Diego Convention Center by giving away a fully restored 1967 Impala (a replica of the show’s beloved “Baby”).Mayans MC Will Welcome Some Sons of Anarchy in Season 2Be part of the club. Watch the OFFICIAL TRAILER for the all-new season of Mayans M.C. Premieres 9/3 on @FXNetworks. #MayansFX pic.twitter.com/kVKk1uAqNH Mayans MC (@MayansFX) July 19, 2019Sons of Anarchy spinoff Mayans MC might be returning to its roots: At the show s 2019 Hall H Comic-Con panel, co-creator and showrunner Elgin James told the crowd that we ll for sure see some members of the Sons of Anarchy motorcycle club in season 2 of the FX drama. Also of note: The network screened the first 15 minutes of the season 2 premiere, and according to reports, the episode picks up several months after the first season finale.Doctor Who — The Edge Of Time VR Game Offers Fans A First-Person View Of The TARDISThough Doctor Who sat out Comic-Con 2019, the Doctor’s presence was still felt throughout the weekend via PlayStack and Maze Theory’s Doctor Who — The Edge of Time VR game at the BBC America booth. Strapping on a headset, fans were transported to an alley reminiscent of 76 Totter’s Lane — the key location in the first ever episode of Doctor Who — where the Doctor (voiced by Jodie Whittaker) directs the user in building a device to call the TARDIS. Once it materializes, players get to fulfill the wish of every Doctor Who fan: step inside the TARDIS.The experience is quite intuitive to video game players, but as producer Kiron Ramdewar told Rotten Tomatoes, many fans were just pleased to be in a London back alley picking up different items and working with the Sonic Screwdriver.“One of the key differences in the game is that you do not play the Doctor,” he continued, comparing it to Maze Theory’s Iron Man game, which was also at Comic-Con. “We felt it was important fans had a Doctor Who experience alongside the Doctor.” Instead of playing the Doctor, the player takes on the companion role as the Time Lord, stranded at the end of time, aids the player in piloting the TARDIS through time and space to collect time crystals and repair the continuum. They will also run into familiar Doctor Who adversaries like the Daleks.And it begins with that first glimpse of the TARDIS, which allows players to experience that “it’s bigger on the inside” moment for themselves; a truly palpable sensation we experienced in the demo. Scanned from the actual TARDIS console room set, the entire locale is fully interactive — including the biscuit dispenser.Doctor Who — The Edge of Time comes to Playstation VR, Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and Vive Cosmos in September.
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目前谷歌商店已经开放预约,在奇游内搜索“Apex英雄手游”选择区服后点击预约,游戏开放B测开启后奇游将在第一时间通知预约玩家并提供Apex英雄手游下载、加速。 (Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Image)GOOOAALLL!!! Apple TV+ s feel-good comedy Ted Lasso received the 2021 Primetime Emmy Award for best comedy series. In total, between Sunday s broadcast and last week s Creative Arts Emmy Awards, the Jason Sudeikis-led series about a mustachioed fish-out-of-water British football coach received 11 trophies including one for its leading man, plus supporting acting trophies for actor Brett Goldstein and actress Hannah Waddingham.That 11-trophy haul was something matched by limited series The Queen s Gambit and drama The Crown, which dominated the night in their respective categories.See what critics are saying about the 73rd Emmy AwardsCheck out the best looks from the Emmys 2021 red carpetSee the full list of winners from the 2021 Emmy AwardsDespite adhering to quarantine regulations by keeping the event to an intimate gathering in Los Angeles as well as a watch party in London (where it was 1am when the broadcast started), the Cedric the Entertainer-hosted CBS program managed to hand out 28 awards including the annual Governors Award, which this year went to actress-director and dance extraordinaire, Debbie Allen. That things went so smoothly – if at times rather dully – might actually have been the biggest surprise of them all, as most of the winners were as routine as a morning drop-off of biscuits from an overly optimistic Kansan. But there were some big bold takeaways from the night, not all of them the kind you wanna sing about 1. The Brits Rule the Night(Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images)It wasn t just Ted Lasso that won big at the Emmys. As mentioned, the TV Academy also raised a few pints to Netflix s monarchy drama, The Crown. The series won best drama, creator Peter Morgan won the Emmy for writing for a drama series and Jessica Hobbs took home the Emmy for best directing for a drama series. The series actors Olivia Colman, Josh O Connor, Tobias Menzies, and Gillian Anderson (who was technically born in Chicago, but is married to Morgan and spent a chunk of her childhood in London, so we ll let it slide) also received honors.Other British winners included Mare of Easttown s Kate Winslet, who received the Emmy for lead actress in a limited or anthology series or movie and I May Destroy You s Michaela Coel, who received the Emmy for writing for a limited or anthology series or movie. Ewan McGregor, who is Scottish, also won the lead actor in a limited series or movie Emmy for his work in Netflix s Halston.How did the Brits celebrate? In style. Check out the Ted Lasso team performing the Roy Kent cheer below The whole Ted Lasso cast crew did the Roy Kent cheer backstage and it was pretty special #Emmys pic.twitter.com/2HNJsTuc5d Kevin Polowy (@djkevlar) September 20, 20212. Michaela Coel Implores Creators to Write the Tale That Scares You One of the biggest surprises of the night wasn t that Coel won for writing the HBO limited series I May Destroy You, but that she didn t win more awards for her work on the powerful piece about rape, assault, and survival. (The 2020 miniseries is Certified Fresh with a 98% Tomatometer). She was also nominated for directing and starring in the project, which was also nominated for best limited series or anthology.Coel s remarks upon accepting her Emmy will also not soon be forgotten. During the concise and poignant 33-odd second acceptance Coel told her fellow creatives to write the tale the scares you; that makes you feel uncertain; that is uncomfortable. I dare you. Other winners with memorable Emmy acceptance speeches included Mare of Easttown s Julianne Nicholson, who reached out to all the ladies in Philadelphia and Kabul, Hacks star Jean Smart, who thanked her late husband, and Governors Award winner Allen, who spoke to the women in Texas and Afghanistan as well as the next generation who are just beginning to fight for equality.3. Lack of Diversity Among the Winners. Again.(Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images)After last year s Emmy Awards saw major gains for performers of color, in particular Black performers, this year s ceremony was a step back in that department. Although RuPaul made history, becoming the person of color with the most Emmy wins, there were very few people of color who would eventually be on the winner s stage. This was frustrating to many viewers, as many performers of color were nominated this year, including Billy Porter, Mj Rodriguez, Uzo Aduba, the cast of A Black Lady Sketch Show, and the late Michael K. Williams, among many others.On the brighter side, several of the Emmys bits did recognize Black talent. One featured host Cedric and three different actresses who have played his wives on sitcoms. (The Neighborhood s Tichina Arnold, The Soul Man s Niecy Nash, and The Steve Harvey Show s Terri J. Vaughn).4. Touching Tributes to Friends We ve Lost, Including Michael K. Williams and Norm Macdonald(Photo by Rodin Eckenroth/FilmMagic)While the traditional In Memoriam segment was as tear-jerking as always, several people on stage also took the time to remember their friends. Both Last Week Tonight s John Oliver and Saturday Night Live s Lorne Michaels referenced comedian Norm Macdonald, who died last week, in their acceptance speeches. And Kerry Washington made a point of mentioning the work of Michael K. Williams when presenting the supporting actor in a drama category, in which he was nominated for his work in HBO s Lovecraft Country. The reaction on her face when her friend lost that category was palpable.5. Schitt s Creek Cast Shows Why We Still Can t Get Enough of Them(Photo by Cliff Lipson/CBS via Getty Images)It s been a year since the cast of Netflix s Schitt s Creek swept the Emmys and kept us laughing all the way through that ceremony. So that s why the stars banter before presenting the award for best writing for a comedy series felt so warm. Was there actually a teleprompter issue? Was star Eugene Levy actually giving notes to the Emmy Awards writers? Does it even matter? Sometimes it s not worth asking why we re given good things.6. Conan O Brien Photobombs His Way Into Our HeartsWhen you re 6 4 with a shock of red hair and a recognizable laugh, it s hard to blend into a crowd. Especially if you re Conan O Brien. The talk-show host made his presence known at the 2021 Emmy Awards, even though he did not actually receive an Emmy. He made sure to crash any opportunity he could get, be it improvising remarks to TV Academy CEO and chairman Frank Scherma or joining Stephen Colbert and his producers on stage when they accepted the award for best variety special (live) for Stephen Colbert s Election Night 2020.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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