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The Role: Ma Rainey, the Mother of the Blues and leader of her band. The groundbreaking musician and LGBTQ icon was once dubbed the ugliest woman in show business, and with the aid of false teeth, horsehair wigs, elaborate gowns, and a fat suit, Oscar winner Viola Davis gave life to the woman whose voice would have hundreds queuing up for hours just hear her croon or catch a glimpse of her on stage. Davis embodied not just Rainey s presence on stage but also her steadfast determination not to allow anyone to diminish or dismiss her worth.The Odds: Currently, there isn t a clear frontrunner for Best Actress. Andra Day won the Golden Globe, Carey Mulligan took home the Critics Choice, and Frances McDormand won the BAFTA, but we are giving Viola Davis win at the SAG Awards the most weight and believe she will be our likely winner. This is fitting as her pedigree and previous Oscar nomination warrant it, and her only win was for a Supporting Role; she is more than overdue to win for a lead turn.Andra DayROR体育App下载手游联运系统开发系统如何搭建?互创手游让游戏运营更简单。一直以来,互创手游技术团队一直都在努力,利用强大运营习题帮忙解决创业困难,实现创业梦想。平台希望能把有创新、有态度的新功能带给大家,并始终与游戏行业的先行者一起继续前行,给玩家用户带来更多的惊喜。通过持续内部创新探索及外部资源整合,不断形成了一条完整的游戏运营服务产业链条,从手游联运系统开发、游戏平台技术、游戏代理、渠道资源共享以及运营指导服务等多个方面为客户服务。平台通过资深讲师和实训师一对一受教,自身运营人员全程追踪及帮扶经营细节,确保游戏创业者顺利独立开展游戏业务,通过游戏市场的高回报实现创业梦想。

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ot with very little. The Wrap s Carlos Aguilar said: “The 2D animated rendering of the master filmmaker is more graphic interpretation than faithful portrait, perfect to cruise between reality and the anxiety-fueled nightmares that besiege his sleep.”The Wolf House (2018) 96%Country: Chile(Photo by Kimstim Films)An eerie stop-motion animation that will chill you to your bones, La Casa Lobo is not for the faint of heart. It tells the story of Maria, a woman who escapes a secretive German colony as she takes refuge in a house in southern Chile. Directors Jaoquín Cociña and Cristóbal León shot the film over five years, using 12 different locations in the process, including Casa Maauad in Mexico City, the National Museum of Fine Arts in Santiago, Chile, and Upstream Gallery in Amsterdam, Netherlands. All that globe-trotting seems to have paid off in terrifying dividends: Critics agree it’s a viewing experience like no other. La Casa Lobo is an instant folk-horror classic, a terrifying fairy tale bound to stick with you long after the credits roll. Olimpia (2018) Country: MexicoIn 1968, a coalition of students from across México came together to push for social and political change. This protest, known as the Mexican Movement of 1968 (Movimiento Estudiantil), provides the backdrop for Olimpia. The film follows three students at the Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) as the school is seized by the military following massive student-led unrest. It s been hailed by critics for showing a new perspective on the events, drawing comparisons to 1968 s El Grito, the long-banned documentary that captured the protests as they unfolded. The outcome resulted in several high-profile massacres with a lasting impact on the country (as seen in Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma, set between 1970 and 1971), and Olimpia effectively re-creates the events which ignited the movement. The rotoscope effect adds a layer of reality to the proceedings, while simultaneously giving it an uncanny valley feel that amps up the tension. An important film about an important moment of time, Olimpia is a good starting place for anyone looking to learn more about the Movimiento Estudiantil. Coco (2017) 97%Country: USA(Photo by Pixar / courtesy Everett Collection)A celebration of music and country, Coco is widely known in the U.S. as an English-language film, but the Spanish-language version of the film is one of the few dubs that is widely beloved (next to the epic Spanish language dub of The Lion King, of course). Coco was the first film released by the studio to feature an exclusively Latinx cast, and cast members including Gael García Bernal, Alfonso Arua, Sofía Espinosa, Luis Valdez, and Carla Medina were able to reprise their roles for the dub. Doubly helpful was everyone doing their own singing. The radio version of main heartbreaker “Remember Me” was sung by Mexicana folk singer Natalia Lafourcade and US pop star Miguel, both of whom were already up to the task of singing en Español. Because the story already takes place in México and deals with culturally specific beliefs and celebrations, there’s little about the movie’s content that reads as phony, helping it become the highest-grossing original animated film in México. That, and releasing it just in time for Día de los Muertos. Whatever language you watch it in, Coco is a celebration of Mexican life, culture, and music that’s perfect for viewers of all ages. Birdboy: The Forgotten Children (2015) 94%Country: SpainBased on co-director Alberto Vázquez’ graphic novel, Birdboy takes place on an island devastated by a massive factory explosion that has left half its land toxic, the water fishless, and our hero Birdboy possessed by a demon. After spending years isolated from the rest of society, Birdboy’s life is forever changed when Dinki, a young mouse from an abusive home, finds him on her journey to freedom. Their attempts to escape the island are undermined by a ruthless police force determined to find and capture Birdboy dead or alive. You know, just your basic coming-of-age story that tackles ecological disaster, drug abuse, and the dangers of religious extremism. The 2016 Best Animated Feature winner at the Goya Awards (and a Rotten Tomatoes off-the-radar staff pick), Birdboy was hailed by critics as an oddball triumph, heavily praised for its striking animation at once whimsical and terrifying and ability to find hope inside its dark world. If the themes didn’t make it obvious, Birdboy is definitely not for younger viewers (though anyone old enough to Tweet is likely already familiar with the abject terror of living in a world on fire and may find it, sadly, #relatablecontent). Those equipped to wade into this dreary world may find themselves leaving with a little more hope than they ever could have imagined.Virus tropical (2017) 78%Country: Colombia(Photo by Interior13 Cine)Virus Tropical is a black-and-white piece of animated perfection based on Colombian-Ecuadorian cartoonist Power Paola’s graphic memoirs of the same name. Paola, the youngest of three siblings and by far the strangest, can’t seem to figure out how to fit in a society that demands compliance. It’s an exploration of identity, a coming-of-age story rich with self discovery. The film’s animation is reminiscent of Marjane Satrapi’s Persepolis, sketchy in the best sense and full of imaginative imagery born of Paola’s particular worldview. It’s a joyous, melancholy ode to growing up and learning how to be yourself against all odds. Underdogs (2013) 67%Country: Argentina(Photo by TWC / courtesy Everett Collection)Football (or, as Ted Lasso would call it, soccer) fans will find much to like in Metegol, a charming 3D animated feature known in the U.S. as Underdogs. The film follows Amadeo and his beloved foosball table, whose figurines have suddenly come to life. Together, they must defeat an evil bully who is determined to destroy them. Though director Juan José Campanella is better known for his live-action filmography, which includes The Secret in Their Eyes and several episodes of AMC’s outstanding Halt and Catch Fire, he works well in the animated space. The camera work is fluid, and though it has some of the shortcomings of lower-budgeted CGI, it’s never distracting to the story. It’s geared toward younger audiences, but it moves quickly enough, and once the jokes start rolling even viewers may find themselves chuckling along.Wrinkles (2014) 93%Country: Spain(Photo by GKids / courtesy Everett Collection)Most animated features feel like they re geared towards young people, and it’s even rarer to find animated films that take on the complexities of aging. Writer Paco Roca’s Arrugas (adapted from his comic book of the same name) explores the lives of elderly people living in a retirement home. As newly admitted Emilio becomes acquainted with his new surroundings via his charming roommate Miguel (who may or may not be a bit of a kleptomaniac), it dawns on Emilio that he is not simply here because he is old; he has early onset Alzhemiers. The recipient of the 2014 Goya Award for Best Animated Feature, Arrugas doesn’t sugarcoat much, which can make it a bit difficult to watch. But with a charming cast of characters, warm humor, and endless insight, it s a bittersweet meditation on life and love. Unfortunately the original version of the film isn’t currently streaming in the U.S., but if you’re curious you may be able to find the English dub, which features Martin Sheen and George Coe in the lead roles. Anina (2013) Country: Uruguay/Colombia(Photo by 3GTG )Anina, adapted from a novel by Sergio López Suárez, tells the story of young Anina Yatay Salas, the girl with the triple palindrome name (thanks, dad). After a fateful sandwich-related mishap, Anina and her arch nemesis, Yisel, receive a punishment so strange it nearly breaks Anina’s wild spirit. It was submitted as Uruguay s entry for Best Foreign Language film for the 86th Academy Awards, and though it wasn’t nominated, remains a lovely feat of 2D animation from director Alfredo Soderguit. Chico & Rita (2010) 87%Country: Spain/UK(Photo by GKIDS)Chico Rita has more than enough music and energy to keep you dancing long into the night. It tells the tale of the titular Cuban musicians whose passion for their craft is matched only by their love and adoration for one another. Winner of the Goya Award for Best Animated Film, Chico Rita’s unique animation style flows as freely as the jazz music at its center. Each frame seems to dance to the beat, the camera pushing and pulling as fluidly as it would in any live-action film. It s truly a wonder to watch unfold, which is probably why in addition to being the first Spanish language title ever to receive a nomination for Best Animated Feature at the 84th Academy Awards Chico Rita is currently Certified Fresh. Una carta épica de amor a Cuba y su música, Chico Rita is one for the ages. Fat, Bald, Short Man (2011) Country: ColombiaWe all get a little insecure sometimes. In Carlos Osuna’s Gordo, calvo, y bajito, Antonio Farfan firmly believes all the misfortunes of his life can be traced back to three things: He is fat, he is bald, and he is short. When a fatter, shorter, balder man arrives at his office, Antonio must face the facts: Maybe the problem isn’t his looks after all. Maybe it s him. It’s a moving film, with  simple rotoscoped animation capturing Antonio’s mental gymnastics as he attempts to unlearn everything he knows about himself and become the person he was always meant to be. Nocturna (2007) Country: Spain/France(Photo by GKIDS)When the stars start disappearing, orphan Tim must find a way to save them, lest he and all of Nocturna be forever stuck in the dark. Nocturna’s animation is gorgeous, a spiraling dreamland that recalls the beauty of Van Gogh’s Starry Night, but with computer-generated graphics. Though the story is aimed squarely at young viewers, this timeless tale of courage in the face of adversity and finding light in the dark will resonate with audiences of all ages. A visual feast filled with fantastic characters and brought to life by an impressive voice cast, including Imanol Arias, Nocturna is well worth a watch. () Country: ArgentinaDirector s Liliana Romero and Norman Ruiz’ Fierro is an animated adaptation of José Hernández’ epic poem, Martín Fierro, an important cultural touchstone figure for Argentina. It begins with young Fierro living with his family on their ranch, whose existence is upended when he is drafted to protect the Argentine border from Indigenous hostiles. When Fierro becomes disillusioned with his position, he defects and joins the Indigenous cause in a story of corruption, freedom, and justice. The characters in the film were all designed by Roberto Fontanarrosa, an Argentinian cartoonist and writer who sadly died before the film’s release. The film’s 2D animation is Newgrounds-esque, which works well for Fontanarrosa’s characters. The static backgrounds (often simply of expansive sky) add a sense of space and place to the provincial setting, and a surreal quality to Fierro’s moments of introspection. It’s a fitting adaptation that lives up to both its source material and the late cartoonist who helped create it. () Country: MexicoYou have to crack a few eggs to make an omelette, but what if the egg had a say in becoming breakfast? That’s the dilemma for Toto, a talking egg who is snatched from his hen-mother just moments after being laid to be processed as food. After being sold to a household with a very egg-hungry cat, Toto is determined to get back to his mother with the help of some friends, and become the rooster he was meant to be. Una pelicula de huevos was the first feature from Mexican animation studio Huevocartoon Producciones, and was so well received in Mexico it still holds its place as the 10th highest-grossing film produced in the country. Though it never received a theatrical release in the U.S., it hatched two sequels (including 2015 s Huevos: Little Rooster s Egg-cellent Adventure) and even spawned a video game. The animation is fairly simple (think WB Saturday morning Cartoons in their heyday not the most exciting, but it gets the job done), so the real draw is the humor. The film is an extension of shorts created by Rodolfo Riva Palacio and Gábriel Riva Palacio, who also helm the feature. Though the feature-length version’s humor is toned down for younger audiences, there are still traces of the short’s double entendres.

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u had?Arkin: The show doesn’t specifically, but I had two great, great acting teachers who I revered. I learned an enormous amount in different directions from both of them. The first guy, who had himself studied with Stanislavski, was named Benjamin Zemach. I studied with him out here in Los Angeles. The second guy was my professor at Bennington. His name was Larry Arrick.(Photo by Netflix)RT: Had you and Michael encountered each other through business circles over the years?Arkin: No, we had never met until about a month before we signed on for the show. I felt if you’re going to be working with somebody for five years it’d be a good idea to sit next to them for half an hour and find out if you happen to like each other, so we had a lunch and it was fine and I signed on. It feels enormously comfortable, flexible, and playful.RT: Was the chemistry immediate from that lunch?Arkin: Yeah, it seemed to be. A little bit tentative for an hour or two, and then slowly loosened up, and it continued to loosen up as the series went on. I feel incredibly trusted by him, and I trust him tremendously.RT: Did you and Michael ever discuss his remake of The In-Laws?Arkin: [Laughs] We have mercifully kept off that subject.RT: Well, I’m glad that question made you laugh. Your character has an emotional breakdown at the dry cleaners in episode three. Was it difficult to perform? How did you get there?Arkin: Oh my God, it was a nightmare, that day. I knew what was coming, and I just had to rev myself and use every ounce of acting training I had to get myself into that place. That and also the speech I gave at the funeral was similar — wrenchingly painful days on what is supposed to be a comedic show. I’m not criticizing it. It goes in a lot of directions, which is one of my favorite things about it. I just hope it doesn’t go in those specific directions very often.RT: In Dumbo you’re playing a brand new character. Tell us about J. Griffin Remington.Arkin: I’m trying to buy the circus. I’m a magnate. I’m interested in this new act and kind of a plutocrat, trying to run everything.RT: Were you able to see any of the Dumbo footage?Arkin: Not a frame. Not a frame, not a photograph.RT: Was that a new experience with visual effects?Arkin: Looking at things that aren’t there? Yeah, pretty much. I haven’t done a lot in the way of fantasy, but It was just looking at an elephant that wasn’t there rather than a person or a car going by.The Kominsky Method premieres Friday, November 16 on Netflix.
Fast Movies with Both Vin Diesel and Dwayne Johnson: 74%  Tomatometer Average / .043 Billion Worldwide Box Office AverageFast Movies with Only Vin Diesel: 41% Tomatometer Average / 3 Million Worldwide Box Office AverageFast Movies with Only Dwayne Johnson: 68% Tomatometer Score / 0 Million Worldwide Box Office AverageAfter a much publicized riff between Diesel and Johnson, the two have reportedly squashed their feud, and to quote singer Jack Johnson, they’ve realized “We’re Better Together.” Whether it’s their Godzilla-esque brawl in Fast Five or their team-up in Fast and Furious 6, audiences like seeing the two burly men alongside each other on screen. Hopefully, in future installments, we’ll be safe from The Fate of the Furious dramatics when the two technically appeared in scenes together but never shot any of them with the other present, and everyone sensed it, as it was clear they were kept apart on purpose.Fast Five, Fast Furious 6, and Furious 7 are the three best-reviewed films of the franchise, and you get to see the two of them actually share screen time. Hobbs Shaw notwithstanding, let’s hope that Fast 10 Your Seatbelts (please be the title) reunites the two A-listers for some A+ quality time.9. MAKE SURE DWAYNE JOHNSON IS NICE AND SWEATY FOR AT LEAST 70% OF HIS SCREEN TIME(Photo by ©Universal Pictures)Fast Movies with a Sweaty Dwayne Johnson: 72.6%Tomatometer Average / 3 Million Worldwide Box Office AverageFast Movies with a Not-So-Sweaty Dwayne Johnson: 68.5% Tomatometer Average / 5 Million Worldwide Box Office AverageWhen Dwayne Johnson made his first appearance in Fast Five, he looked like he had just climbed out of a vat of water, glycerine, and the goo from Alien. The perpetually glistening super agent, who apparently sweat about 4 ¼ cups of water in Fast Five, quickly became a fan favorite, and he has continued his perspiring streak in all of the sequels. Kudos to Bloomberg for finding a way to quantify it all; we are jealous and impressed that you figured out he was “wet” in 90.3% of Fast Five and 73.4% of The Fate of the Furious. Based on the evidence, audiences are big fans of sweaty, oiled-up Dwayne Johnson.And there you have it: the nine ingredients you need to craft the perfect Fast and Furious movie. What are your favorite moments in the franchise? Let us know in the comments.F9 opens in theaters on June 25, 2021.

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.
Split ended with what was arguably M. Night Shyamalan s biggest twist yet: Unbreakable s David Dunn (Bruce Willis) sitting at a diner counter and watching TV. It was a seemingly innocuous moment that signaled so much for fans – there was a Shyamalan universe, and it was full of larger-than-life comic-book villains and heroes. When news broke in April 2017 that Shyamalan would be making a sequel to Unbreakable and Split that would bring Dunn, The Horde (James McAvoy), and Elijah Price (Samuel L. Jackson) together – and that it would be an all-out superhero movie (albeit one set in a psychiatric hospital) – well, fans up and lost their s t. Casting announcements (Anya Taylor-Joy, Sarah Paulson), trailers, and posters have only heightened levels of anticipation for the film. The director, riding high on all that excitement and in the middle of a huge career comeback, sat down with Rotten Tomatoes to speak about how Glass came together and why now was the perfect time to make it. We also spoke with Jackson, McAvoy, and Paulson – in her Dr. Ellie Staple, our super Philadelphians meet their match – about working with Night and each other on the film, and how the director has expanded his Shyamalaniverse.What follows is a history of Glass (2019), and reflection upon it, drawn from sit-down interviews with M. Night Shyamalan, Samuel L. Jackson, James McAvoy, and Sarah Paulson. ALSO WATCH: An Oral History of Unbreakable | An Oral History of Split“My instincts to be dark are good now. They’re really good.”M. Night Shyamalan: First of all, [Glass] is tonally in the pocket right now, whereas Unbreakable was a little too dark for its time, a little too somber, edgy. But that kind of dark filmmaking – because of Fincher and Nolan and Aronofsky – has become the center. So my instincts to be dark are good now. They re really good. We re not coming off the ’80s or ’90s where we had more of that straight family feel-good feeling as our center. It s a darker center now. And this type of story I m doing, and the way I m telling it, fits this kind of irreverent tone of: Is this funny? Is this scary? This is inappropriate! That s a beautiful tone now. And, obviously, deconstructing a comic book movie on screen at the end of 15-16 years of comic book movies… finding a fresh take on comic books is something audiences are just really, really ready for.(Photo by © Universal Pictures)“Night got banged around between Unbreakable and Split: it s one of those things that you either learn from, or you keep trying to impose your will on something that s just not gonna bend to you.”Samuel L. Jackson: When we got [Shyamalan, during shooting for Unbreakable], he was fresh off of the success of I see dead people. And all of a sudden, he got a little nicked with [Unbreakable], but the movie has an enduring kind of cult following that s amazing. He got banged around between those movies and Split, and it s one of those things that you either learn from, or you keep trying to impose your will on something that s just not gonna bend to you. I think he s learned how to nuance what he does with what is sort of popular in terms of what storytelling actually is.“I take the process very seriously and the actors take it very seriously on my movies.”Shyamalan: It’s overwhelming to be on set and have these world-class actors, who are so iconic in cinema, come and play these characters. But because I m the writer/director, there s a very specific thing I m trying to get, and I always talk to them in terms of that character. We re talking about Elijah. We re talking about Kevin or Patricia or David. And I m saying, “David thinks like this. I don t think he would go because David would feel like that. The way you did that performance made David too angry.” And we re all conjuring this thing to life, you know – the actors and I. And I take that process very seriously and they take it very seriously on my movies.(Photo by © Universal Pictures)“Elijah has a very good idea of what he wants to do with these guys.”Jackson: It’s Kind of wondrous for me to have a [character] 14 years later whose kinda… everybody thinks one thing’s going on with him, but he has his own agenda, as usual. He s been quietly studying, plotting, planning, paying attention to the world outside in interesting ways so he knows what David is doing. He knows who Mr. Crumb is, so when they show up, he has a very good idea of what he wants to do with these guys. Elijah is as sharp as he s always been, and having fun playing with the people inside that place.“Bruce Willis has been on my TV, in my theaters, for all that time being this total icon.”James McAvoy: I ve been watching Bruce Willis since Moonlighting, you know? He s been on my TV, in my theaters, for all that time being this… just hero, this total icon. And getting to work with that, and that sort of iconic, statuesque quality that he has where he does so little and it s just so powerful? It was amazing to be around. Then marry that with the kind of mayhem that I m doing, and all the kind of cartwheels and back-flips and all that kind of stuff. And then, on the other side of that, you ve got Samuel L Jackson just nailing everything with a kind of pinpoint precision and verbal dexterity, which is amazing to be around. And then on top of that you get Sarah Paulson, who s got this amazingly emotional expressive vulnerability throughout the whole thing. She’s potentially the antagonist, and she s playing that with vulnerability. [There’s] so much interesting work and so much different work coming from the four actors that were in those therapy scenes, that were in those moments, it s amazing to be part of that. It s a privilege to be a part of that.(Photo by @ Universal Pictures)“For Glass, we fleshed out every single character – and there s 24 with The Beast. We shot every single one.”Shyamalan: In Split, James played… I think on camera he played nine characters and we referenced the 23 characters on the computer screen. And for Glass, we fleshed out every single character – and there s 24 with The Beast. We fleshed out every single one, we shot every single one, and not all of them made it into the movie, but 20 did. So, he does 20 personalities in Glass, which is astonishing. I was trying so hard to get all 23 in, but I couldn t do it.McAvoy: There s one [new] character actually who I loved. Was it Percival? Can t remember his name now; it s been a while, sorry guys. He s only in it for like two seconds but he sees the world from a third person, as if he s narrating in the third person, and that s how he makes sense of the world. [The Beast] s evolved a bit emotionally, quite well. And, you know, he s got a world view and he s got a plan. Beast is definitely trying to accomplish something. He trying to hand the world to those who ve been abused and those who ve been hurt. But I think that he thought that he would have an instant army of people who ve had a tough time, and it s not really working out like that.“Sarah was the perfect person to lock in the room and see if Sam could out-talk her or she could out-think Bruce.”Shyamalan: I wanted to make sure that in each movie there was a powerful new language; a powerful new element in it. And in Glass, the new element is Sarah Paulson. I was thinking about who could be the psychiatrist who could spar with these guys, who could challenge these guys both as actors but on camera? [Someone who had] the energy. The kind of buoyancy and entertainment value. The intelligence. The craft. For me, my action sequences in my comic book movie are the dialogue scenes. They re kind of like the sizzle of how they re fighting each other. And so, who could battle them all? And I felt like Sarah was the perfect person to lock her in the room and see if Sam could out-talk her or she could out-think Bruce.(Photo by @ Universal Pictures)“I was like, ‘What? You mean like M. Night Shyamalan, Shyamalan?’”Sarah Paulson: I was approached for the role after Night watched The People vs. O.J. Simpson, and I guess liked my performance. But it was almost a year later, and I got a phone call from my agent saying, M. Night Shyamalan is interested in you for his movie. I was like, What? You mean like M. Night Shyamalan, Shyamalan?” She said, Yes. Yes. I was shooting American Horror Story at the time, and I didn t have a single day off, and he very kindly came to my trailer. We had a meeting on my lunch break. We talked for an hour and seemed to very much hit it off. But I had no idea if it was going to [happen]. This was all without my having seen a script at all. I think when he finally did offer me the part, and it took a while, I got the script delivered to me from a young man with a baseball hat and a backpack knocking on the door of the hotel I was staying in in New York. It was like, Psst. You got the role. I opened the door, and he was like, Okay, and he handed it to me. Then, when he came to give me a new draft, he handed me the new script, and he was like, I need you to get the other one. So it was very serious, but I basically said, Yes. The long, really winding road I just went on really doesn t matter. The point is, I said, yes to it without having read it. That s how badly I wanted to do it.“Nothing you see up there is by happenstance. It s really, really premeditated.”Paulson: Working with Night was really extraordinary, mostly because it felt like being with a member of my own family – and by my own family I mean me. I m an incredibly controlling, exacting kind of person by nature, and to me it s all in the details. I really love that kind of way of working. So for me it was very relaxing actually to be working with someone who had something so specific in mind that it wasn t up to me to come up with three different ways to play the scene. Night knew exactly how he wanted, and what he needed, and what he was going to be shooting. I remember shooting a scene one day where I was delivering a piece of information to another character. It was a long speech, and he shot it starting on my face, and then hinged the camera over to the person I was speaking to, and then stayed with that character the entire time. I kept thinking like, Dude, this is a big speech that I have, and I think you should be right here. I asked him, What was the thinking, and he said, The audience is going to care. They are going to want to see the person to whom you re delivering this information, what their response is… they want to see how it affects this person. It was just this revelation for me in terms of filmmaking in general and point of view, and he has that. It s that thing of Night knowing exactly what the audience wants, and it s all purposeful. Nothing you see up there is by happenstance. It s really, really premeditated, and carefully, carefully thought-out from a story perspective. I have nothing but respect for that.“I feel like the audience is ready for something different.”Shyamalan: It s very exciting. It s a weird experience for me because normally I make movies [in which] nobody knows what they re gonna see. They ve never met these characters before. We re all gonna learn a new language together. But they do know these characters, most of them. So, it s a really interesting relationship that this movie holds with regard to my relationship and the audience, which I take very, very seriously. I m really, really excited because I feel like they re ready for something different – and it certainly is that.ALSO WATCH: An Oral History of Unbreakable | An Oral History of Split
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as Madelyn, a former love interest of Norman (Alan Arkin) who rekindles their relationship. Kominsky Method creator Chuck Lorre initially thought Seymour still looked too young for his senior citizen comedy.“I said, ‘Trust me, I can show you a picture of me with a gray wig,’” Seymour said. “Since I haven’t done any facial surgeries or anything like that, I am a 68-year-old, almost 69-year-old woman. I’m not that far off. I think I can age up. So that’s when he decided to let me play Alan’s love interest.”Arkin invited Seymour to brunch before they filmed love scenes together. He wanted to clear it with his wife first.“He took me to some old Hollywood place somewhere in Burbank which I’ve never been to which is obviously his favorite place where he knows exactly what he orders,” Seymour said. “He just wanted to make sure that his wife was okay with this. It was so cute. She and I became great pals.”Meanwhile, Lisa (Nancy Travis) wants to scale back her relationship with Sandy. She suggests they take sex off the table, and Sandy isn’t comfortable just being friends with a woman.“Well, they had not been platonic friends,” Douglas said. “Once you’re intimate and then say, ‘Let’s just be platonic,’ that sounds like that relationship is definitely going in a different direction. I guess, for a man, it’s his ego. He’s offended, and somehow he’d like to imagine that she can’t be without me.”Seymour agrees that because Sandy and Lisa have been intimate before, they can’t go back.“I think it’s very difficult when you’ve had a sexual relationship with someone to suddenly call it platonic,” Seymour said. “If you have those kind of feelings, you’re trying to stop them. I don’t think it works very well. There’s more drama in Sandy’s acting class too. Darshani (Jenna Lyng Adams) finally lets her wall down and reveals the trauma she’s been burying.“Those actors were very patient, my students, for the first season, not having a whole lot to do,” Douglas said. “I’ve always wondered, as I was watching them both as the acting teacher that I’m playing but also just as an actor, wondering how good they really were. [Adams] was really impressive to watch her in a powerful role.”Sandy ends up performing a scene from Doubt with Darshani. Sandy reads the role of Father Brendan Flynn, a priest accused of molesting a boy, while Darshani plays Sister Aloysius.“I thought about it as an audition in which the actress was auditioning,” Douglas said. “I was supporting her and trying to create both how it was staged and otherwise, to accentuate her and give her the best ability. I love the whole circle of her having to actually work with me and being intimidated and overcoming that, and actually just kicking ass.”Health issues continue to face Sandy in the second season, too. While Douglas relates, he hopes a possible third season can find Sandy with a clean bill of health.“Health issues become an integral part of your life and you deal with them accordingly,” Douglas said. “I’m hoping if we go to a third season that I will have passed through the mustard. I’m off to a new cycle of 10 years of good health. We’ll see.”After season 2 of The Kominsky Method, young Netflix binge watchers will hear Douglas’s voice in Green Eggs and Ham. Douglas plays the voice of Guy Am I, whom Sam I Am (Adam Devine) keeps trying to convince to try to the titular food.“You just have to be much larger than life than you imagine yourself,” Douglas said. “You really have to be almost cartoonish-like in your voiceover for it to match with the characters. Although I like Guy because he’s such a nasty guy; he’s so pessimistic about everything, so that part is sort of fun.”Douglas had not heard of Marvel’s plans for the animated What If…? series, in which a few MCU stars will provide the voices of their live-action characters in one-off stories speculating on alternate histories of their adventures. Douglas wants in.“I don’t even know the What If series,” Douglas said. “Let me call my agent when we get out of here.”The Kominsky Method season 2 premieres Friday, October 25 on Netflix.

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