Joel Meares for Rotten Tomatoes: I’ve always found the setup for the Boss Baby movies totally surreal – this corporation run by babies – so when I knew you were in the second one, I thought, That makes perfect sense. Because you’ve sort of mastered the corner of surreal comedy in your work. It was such a perfect fit. I’m wondering, what was your reaction to the first movie and this bizarre concept about where babies come from? Amy Sedaris: I know! I remember watching it with my god kids, before I did Boss Baby 2, back in the day, but I don t think I th 米哈游的举动无疑在告诉玩家，手游并不是做不好游戏的借口，精品化的趋势是必然的。这无疑推动了手游行业的发展，同时也是在推动整个国产游戏界的发展，而如今又是处于次时代主机更新的节点，更高更好要求的游戏成了玩家们迫切需要的存在。
What it is: This psycho-thriller set in a more high-tech, high-indebted version of our own world follows two strangers coping with their own demons – Emma Stone’s Annie is an addict; Jonah Hill’s Owen is schizophrenic – who meet during a three-day clinical trial that doesn’t go according to plan.What is the major malfunction: Fantasies become heightened as Annie and Owen (and the audience) lose track of what’s real and what’s a dream-like simulation.Who’s responsible: Cary Joji Fukunaga and novelist/TV writer Patrick Somerville adapted the Netflix miniseries from a Norwegian program. Other stars include Justin Theroux, Sonoya Mizuno, Gabriel Byrne, and Sally Field.九游会官方网站Book Club (which scored 54% and opened to .5 million) look pretty dashed. It is the second week in a row that STX failed to get a million start (including last week’s UglyDolls.)The studio picked up Poms through auction at the American Film Market last November for between million and million, and it opened this weekend to .1 million.Lionsgate’s Long Shot, meanwhile, dropped 37% in its second weekend. While word of mouth has caught up to the film a little, the drop was still to big to beat The Intruder in its second week.Fox Searchlight has opened a film in more than 1,000 theaters just 28 times in its 183-film history. The 29th time came this weekend with Tolkien. While there was enough curiosity to earn it .1 million in 1,496 theaters this weekend, the biopic’s per-screen-average of ,440 currently makes it the second-worst per-theater average among those 29 films. If the estimates hold, that is. If the number actually drops, it could fall behind the ,383 PTA that Miss March had in 2009 and become the worst. Between Tolkien (49%) and The Aftermath (27%), Fox Searchlight has released its two lowest-scored films since 2017’s back-to-back releases of Table 19 (26%) and Wilson (48%).The Top Ten And Beyond: New Releases Nothing To Pikachu About(Photo by Warner Bros.)Back in March, expectations for Pokemon Detective Pikachu were set for a million weekend and, in some circles, a 0 million domestic haul. The high predictions came back down to Earth a bit recently as WB lowballed a million start for its live-action Pokemon film. Audiences split the difference this weekend and handed over million, which is a little more than what The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian and Night at the Museum 2: Battle of the Smithsonian opened to. A Dog’s Journey may take a small nibble out of its staying power next week and Aladdin an even larger bite the week after. Critics have marginally put it in Fresh territory with a 63% score and a first estimate of 0-170 million for Pikachu means WB will be counting on international fans to cover its 0 million budget. The film has grossed an additional 2.4 million overseas so far.Also opening this weekend was the Dirty Rotten Scoundrels remake The Hustle, starring Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson. It opened to a bit less (.5 million) than Wilson’s February comedy, Isn’t It Romantic?, which started with .2 million even with a two-day head start. At 16%, The Hustle is one of the worst-reviewed films of the year, lower than the score for Hathaway’s other delayed 2019 release, Serenity (19%).This Time Last Year: Infinity War Was Also On Its Third Straight Week At The Top(Photo by Marvel Studios)A year ago, Avengers: Infinity War led the way for a third straight week with the fourth-best third weekend in history ( million.) Its two new challengers that weekend, Life of the Party with Melissa McCarthy and home invasion thriller Breaking In, duked it out for second and third with .88 and .63 million, respectively. The documentary RBG also made its way into tenth place in its second weekend with .18 million in 179 theaters. The top ten films grossed a total of 6.69 million and averaged 63.2% on the Tomatometer. This year’s top ten grossed an estimated 2.77 million and averaged 53.4%.On the Vine: John Wick Battles A Dog In Attempt To Take Down The Avengers(Photo by Summit Entertainment)Keanu Reeves returns to potentially close out a trilogy in John Wick: Chapter 3 Parabellum. After the disappointing returns of Long Shot, Lionsgate could use a non-Tyler Perry victory. Will this be the one to finally make it to 0 million? Will its fans be enough to overthrow the Avengers in week four? Speaking of sequels and animals Mr. Wick is fond of, Universal follows up moderate hit A Dog’s Purpose with A Dog’s Journey. Then the director of Before I Fall, Ry Russo-Young, tackles another young adult novel with The Sun Is Also A Star.The Full Top 10: May 10-12Avengers: Endgame (2019) 94% – .05 million (3.49 million total)PokÃ©mon Detective Pikachu (2019) 68% – million ( million total)The Hustle (2019) 14% – .53 million (.53 million total)The Intruder (2019) 33% – .60 million (.97 million total)Long Shot (2019) 81% – .12 million (.73 million total)Poms (2019) 36% – .11 million (.11 million total)UglyDolls (2019) 28% – .92 million (.27 million total)Breakthrough (2019) 63% – .46 million (.10 million total)Tolkien (2019) 51% – .15 million (.15 million total)Captain Marvel (2019) 79% – .81 million (3.77 million total)
Chernobyl talent reap more rewards for their 96% Certified Fresh HBO limited series; a TV industry reckoning gets underway; after 24 seasons, there’s finally a Black Bachelor; Outlander stars road trip; TV and film production gets a green light in Los Angeles; and more in the week s top TV and streaming news.TOP STORYThe Last of Us Video Game TV Adaptation Gets Chernobyl Emmy Winner Johan Renck on PilotDebbie DayTime for another round of Last of Us fantasy casting, Chernobyl love, and video game–adaptation wish lists: HBO is reuniting with its award-winning Chernobyl director Johan Renck, who will direct the network’s pilot for the adaptation of the wildly popular Sony/Naughty Dog video game The Last of Us. HBO announced a series version of the game in March.The 2013 adventure game centers around Joel, a post-apocalyptic smuggler who is tasked with getting 14-year-old Ellie out of a dangerous quarantine zone and across the United States in an increasingly violent, harsh journey.In addition to his work on Chernobyl, Renck also directed episodes of The Walking Dead, Breaking Bad, and Bates Motel, so he is well experienced to handle the action, drama, and zombie-like creatures of The Last of Us series.The award-winning game’s creative director, Neil Druckmann, will also work on the series as a writer and executive, along with Chernobyl creator and Emmy-winning writer Craig Mazin.The series may also include stories from the game’s upcoming sequel, The Last of Us Part II, which is scheduled to be released on June 19 for PlayStation. The original game has sold more than 20 million copies.Oh, about that casting: How about TWD and The Punisher alum Jon Bernthal for Joel and Unbelievable Golden Globe–nominee Kaitlyn Dever as Ellie?
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Best-Reviewed Kids Family Movies 2018It can be years between releases for stone-cold family classics, but when they do show up, it s worth the wait. Case in point: Paddington 2, whose ebullient, infectious charm has given the fuzzies to kids and adults alike. Not to be outdone, the other famous talking bear, Winnie the Pooh, got by in a relatively succesful biopic for his handler Christopher Robin.The order of the rank below reflects the Adjusted Score as of December 31, 2018. Scores might change over time.« Previous Category Next Category »
Chadwick Boseman was destined to immortalize legends because he was a legend in the making the entire time that he was with us.I loved playing baseball growing up and Jackie Robinson was huge in the cultivation of my love for the sport. After my first viewing of 42, I remember being enthralled with Chadwick because he made me feel like I finally knew Robinson beyond what I had learned of him through documentaries and books. I left the theater with a greater appreciation for someone who had already had such a significant impact on my life long after his death. I can only imagine how seeing 42 as a child would have further inspired me, connecting me to an ancestor by reminding me that it was a flesh-and-blood human being who did these extraordinary things. It brings me great joy to know my child and so many other children will have this humanized, knowable version of Robinson thanks to Chadwick’s incredible performance.The same can be said for his portrayal of Civil Right activist and eventual Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall in Marshall. Chadwick brought the same personable touch he displayed in 42 to a man who had always been larger than life for my entire existence because of his impact during and well after the Civil Rights Movement.Chadwick brought an incredible degree of care, and purpose, to the table when he took on such legendary roles. In interviews, he discussed his understanding of the impact these heroes had and what they meant to us; on screen you can feel the responsibility he felt playing them. He was such a gifted vessel, bringing such a humanity to these figures without making them feel any smaller than their places in history. It’s easier to connect and learn from those who came before you when you can see parts of yourself in them. Chadwick knew this.(Photo by ©Warner Bros. Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection)While his depictions of real-life heroes hold great significance, and earned him great acclaim, his most powerful work came from a fictional character whom he made feel real as these legendary men.Chadwick Boseman will be remembered mostly by young Black children as T Challa, the Black Panther. The humility he brought to this powerful character made him relatable in ways that inspired record-breaking numbers of moviegoers. He made the Black Panther indestructible to time. The world of Black Panther became something incredibly special thanks to Chadwick and everyone involved in bringing its characters to life. Because of Chadwick and his fellow creatives, Wakanda is no longer just this fictional place, it s a connection for all of us across the diaspora to come together to celebrate each other and share joy in what this level of representation meant collectively and individually.You may remember the many campaigns created to raise money to take children to see Black Panther in theaters; these educators, parents, and others understood the importance of what it means for kids to see people who look like them being superheroes. These ordinary people became heroes within their communities. The way the young, the old, and everyone in between dressed in costumes or their Sunday Best to go to the movies in celebration is something I will never forget. And the beauty of it all is that the momentum continues. For years to come, Black Panther will continue to release the energy it absorbed through our jubilant commemoration of it, just like the suit Chadwick wore on screen.(Photo by D. Stevens/©Universal Pictures/Courtesy Everett Collection)I am so happy that, as a community, we celebrated Black Panther the way we did and never reined in our love. I hope Chadwick felt the force of that love and that thoughts of it brought him some comfort when he needed it most. I hope when he made his walk into the ancestral planes to take his place alongside long-lost loved ones and the legends he immortalized, he was enveloped with the same love and passion he left for us here on the other side.I hope he knows that he inspired so many to be the hero of their own stories because we were all able to witness him be the hero of his own.
If with film you don t succeed, try, try a series. Netflix s adaptation of Ubisoft s Assassin s Creed video game adaptation has found its showrunner. The Walking Dead begins the 11-week countdown to its final season s premiere. A musical Beauty and the Beast series will reunite Gaston (Luke Evans) and LeFou (Josh Gad). J.J. Abrams is producing a docuseries on UFOs for Showtime, which has also ordered the American Gigolo sequel starring Jon Bernthal to series. Plus, the week s biggest trailers and more TV and streaming news.TOP STORYJeb Stuart Will Serve as Assassin’s Creed Showrunner and Writer(Photo by Ubisoft)Netflix’s live-action Assassin’s Creed series has its showrunner: Die Hard and The Fugitive writer Jeb Stuart, who is also a writer for Netflix’s Vikings sequel, Vikings: Valhalla.Netflix announced the series last October, based on the wildly popular Ubisoft game that launched in 2007. More than 155 million copies of the games in the franchise have been sold since. The game was adapted into a 2016 movie starring Michael Fassbender, but managed only an 18% Tomatometer score despite its impressive cast.“We really were excited about him because he’s part of the Netflix family already,” head of television development at Ubisoft Film TV Danielle Kreinik told Variety. “He’s got a breadth of knowledge when it comes to history, so he is the right person, we felt, because he really understands historical drama, and we think he’s going to be a great asset to the Assassin’s Creed universe.”Netflix also has other Ubisoft adaptations in the works as series, including an anime versions of Far Cry, Captain Laserhawk: A Blood Dragon Remix, and Splinter Cell (from John Wick writer Derek Kolstad).The Walking Dead Season 11: AMC Drops Storyline Details About the Series’ Final Season(Photo by Josh Stringer/AMC)With the countdown on to the 11 weeks before the 11th and final season of The Walking Dead premieres on Aug. 22, AMC has released details – with photos – about the stories viewers will see unfold in that final run.When last we left the apocalypse survivors, Alexandria was in shambles after the battle with the Whisperers, the relationship between BFFs Daryl (Norman Reedus) and Carol (Melissa McBride) is on the rocks, and Maggie (Lauren Cohan) shows no signs of forgiving Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) for brutally murdering her husband, no matter how her friends have, sorta, allowed Negan to redeem himself.Now, the network teases, “all who live in Alexandria struggle to refortify it and feed its increasing number of residents, which include the survivors from the fall of the Kingdom and the burning of Hilltop; along with Maggie and her new group, the Wardens. Alexandria has more people than it can manage to feed and protect. Their situation is dire as tensions heat up over past events and self-preservation rises to the surface within the ravaged walls.(Photo by Josh Stringer/AMC)They must secure more food while they attempt to restore Alexandria before it collapses like countless other communities they have come across throughout the years. But where and how? More haggard and hungrier than ever before, they must dig deeper to find the effort and strength to safeguard the lives of their children, even if it means losing their own.Meanwhile, unbeknownst to those at Alexandria, Eugene (Eugene McDermitt), Ezekiel (Khary Payton), Yumiko (Eleanor Matsuura), and Princess (Paola Lázaro) are still being held captive by mysterious soldiers who are members of a larger and unforthcoming group.”Also as part of the 11-week countdown to the final season, the network will release each week a piece of original art commemorating each season. This week: a nod to Rick Grimes’ (Andy Lincoln) arrival in Atlanta by comic book artist Alex Maleev.Disney+ Orders a Beauty and the Beast Series(Photo by Laurie Sparham /© Walt Disney Pictures /courtesy Everett Collection)Disney+ has ordered a Beauty and the Beast limited musical series, with Josh Gad and Luke Evans reprising their roles as Lefou and Gaston, and Brianna Middleton (The Tender Bar) joining the cast as Tilly. The eight-episode series, for which Gad will also be a co-showrunner, is a sequel to the 2017 live-action movie and will follow Gaston and LeFou as they set off with LeFou s stepsister, Tilly, after a surprising revelation from her past comes to light. Gad developed and will write the series with Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz (Once Upon a Time).Meanwhile, when the series premieres, it will be on a Wednesday. After the premiere of Loki on Wednesday, June 9, became Disney+’s most-watched original series episode ever, the streaming service has announced that it will release all of its original series on Wednesdays, instead of Fridays, beginning in July.NEW TRAILERS: Paul Rudd and Will Ferrell Team Up for The Shrink Next Door
This Week s Ketchup brings you more headlines from the world of film development news, covering such titles as Clifford the Big Red Dog, Five Nights at Freddy s, and Predator 5.This WEEK S TOP STORYBLACK PANTHER II MOVES FORWARD WITH NEW FOCUS ON SHURIRyan FujitaniWhen the world learned in August of the surprising death of Chadwick Boseman due to colon cancer, many people wondered if and how Marvel Studios could proceed with the planned Black Panther sequel. For example, one rumor that circulated over the fall involved the possibility of replacing Boseman as T Challa, which Marvel confirmed earlier this month they would not do. We can now report that Black Panther II is indeed scheduled to start filming in July, 2021 with the sequel s emphasis now shifting to T Challa s sister Shuri (Letitia Wright), who in the comics did take the title of Black Panther in 2005 when T Challa was seriously injured. Director Ryan Coogler (Creed, Black Panther) will return for Black Panther II, as are Black Panther stars Angela Bassett, Lupita Nyong o, Winston Duke, and, obviously, Letitia Wright. The first new cast member to be announced is Tenoch Huerta (Netflix s Narcos: Mexico) as one of the film s antagonists, but we don t yet know anything about who that might be. Black Panther II is currently scheduled for release on May 6, 2022, but during the COVID-19 pandemic, that date (like all release dates) could be subject to change.Other Top Headlines1. KRISTEN STEWART PREPARING TO PLAY PRINCESS DI NEXT YEAR IN SPENCER (Photo by Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection)Many shows were not able to air as usual this fall because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but one series that did recently premiere a new season was Netflix s The Crown. Season 4 of The Crown (Certified Fresh at 97%), which premiered on Netflix on November 15, 2020, focuses on the 1980s and the character arcs of two very different women: Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and Lady Diana Spencer, the future Diana, Princess of Wales, as played by relative newcomer Emma Corrin. We will soon see another actress depiction of Princess Di, as Kristen Stewart is now preparing for her starring role in Spencer, which will start filming in early 2021. Talking about the film this week, Stewart confirmed that she has indeed watched season 4 of The Crown, saying, “Luckily, there’s no overlap time-wise, and also historically, and tonally, they’re very different, so I’m really cool with it. Rather than being a true biopic, Spencer will focus on one of Princess Diana s final Christmas holidays with the House of Windsor in their legendary Sandringham estate. The Spencer screenplay was written by screenwriter Steven Knight (Eastern Promises, Allied, Locke), and the director will be Pablo Larrain, who previously directed the similar film Jackie (Certified Fresh at 87%), starring Natalie Portman as First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy; Portman went on to be nominated for the Best Actress Oscar that year. Kristen Stewart s latest film, the Christmas-themed rom-com Happiest Season (Certified Fresh at 90%) premiered on Hulu Wednesday, November 25, 2020.2. NEIL PATRICK HARRIS JOINS THE NICOLAS-CAGE-PLAYING-NICOLAS-CAGE MOVIE (Photo by Jason Mendez/Everett Collection)For a while now, Nicolas Cage s filmography has run the gamut from high profile Marvel movies (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse) to movies that even Nicolas Cage doesn t remember starring in (we won t name names). One project, however, that has attracted a lot of attention since its first announcement is The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent, a dark comedy in which Cage will star as himself. The premise involves a wealthy Nicolas Cage superfan (Pedro Pascal of The Mandalorian and Game of Thrones) who hires Cage to perform highlights of his various movies at a point when Cage is particularly hard up for money. In addition to Pascal, Tiffany Haddish, and Sharon Horgan, the latest star to join The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent is Neil Patrick Harris, as Cage s agent. The casting of Neil Patrick Harris is particularly on point as Harris also has experience playing a comedic version of himself, namely in the three Harold and Kumar movies.3. TIFFANY HADDISH TO STAR IN SPINOFF JUMP STREET: NOW FOR HER PLEASURE (Photo by Michele K. Short/Universal Pictures)Nearly two years ago, the news broke that Tiffany Haddish and Awkwafina were in talks to star in a new 21 Jump Street movie, taking over where Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum left off in 22 Jump Street (Certified Fresh at 85%). Late 2018, however, seems a lot longer ago than a mere two years, thanks to 2020 everything, so some may have thought that story was no longer active. That may be why the buried news recently that Haddish is now attached to star in a movie called 21 Jump Street: Now For Her Pleasure was as big of a story as it was. With Haddish confirmed, the news now might be that Awkwafina appears to no longer be involved, so the next question would be which actress might take that role instead. The reason 21 Jump Street: Now for Her Pleasure made the news is that its screenwriters, the sister team of Wendy Molyneux and Lizzie Molyneux-Loeglin (of TV s Bob s Burgers) also recently signed with Marvel Studios to adapt the probably-R-rated sequel Deadpool 3, starring Ryan Reynolds.4. CHANNING TATUM JOINS MYSTERIOUS UNIVERSAL MONSTERS COMEDY (Photo by Claudette Barius/©Warner Bros.)In 2017, Universal Pictures plans for the Dark Universe Cinematic Universe fell apart following the disappointing returns for what would ve been the first in the franchise, Tom Cruise s The Mummy (Rotten at 16%). In the three years since, however, Universal has stayed both busy an The Villain that Tested Them the MostFassbender: Apocalypse. I mean, I was always, personally, like, does Eric really have to follow this guy? It definitely went against the grain for me, I’ve got to say. But it was Oscar [Isaac], so that was the bit that I was like, OK, well, I would follow Oscar.McAvoy: Yeah. He s a great peer. He s a great fellow Shmactor. But, yeah. Maybe him. I m not sure actually. Trask, maybe? Because I felt like I got to a place of trust with you again, you know? A place where I thought we could be together again… and then you go and drop a stadium on the White House.The Evolution of their RelationshipMcAvoy: I don t feel like it s that different [now]. Do you know what? We had more to do together in First Class and Days of Future Past, less so in Days of Future Past, but we had more to do with each other in every film in the past; Apocalypse there was less to do. Until finally, we find ourselves in this movie saying like three words to each other. So that s how it s changed massively; we don t get to do it. I think it s a great travesty, and one of the great missed opportunities of this incarnation of the X-Men saga.Fassbender: Agreed. We do get to play a game of chess in this last one.McAvoy: We do. We do.Fassbender: We come full circle.(Photo by © Twentieth Century Fox)Reflecting on Each Other s PerformanceMcAvoy: My favorite performance of his in [the X-Men films] is definitely First Class because I think that was really, truly, actually a great film balancing an ensemble and giving everybody an arc and stuff, but in terms of who that film is really about, that was the origin story for Magneto in essence. And just getting to see him rock this… not just mutant leader figure, which he wasn t yet, but actually imbue it with a sort of James Bond, espionage, spy-like quality as well. That was just a wicked thing to do with your character.Fassbender: I would say Days of Future Past. Because you really go through the ringer in that one. And just in general, something with James, which is pretty impressive to see, is like, he s got a really good understanding of storytelling, like where the character is in the journey of the character and where it should end up at the end. Just that sort of awareness of a character journey. So much so that what we see in this last film – the germ of it was there in First Class, which was this idea that you had we ve always seen Professor X in such a positive light. He s always so giving and generous, and you were like, well, there s a flip side to that, you know. That there was an element of his ego that was there and to be explored, and of course, we see the whole effect of it here in this movie. So that s been cool to watch over four movies. That s impressive.Team Magneto or Team Professor X?McAvoy: There s a great line in Braveheart from the late actor, great actor, Ian Bannen, who said to Robert the Bruce when he s trying to caution him and say, don t go off and fight with William Wallace, right, even though it s the right thing to do, don t go and do it. He says, It s really easy to like him, isn t it? Because uncompromising men are easy to like. And it s true. Erik s so uncompromising, you re drawn to him. But also, he s always right as well. Humanity is going to stab us in the back, he says. And they do. They always do. So, I think I would go with Erik.Fassbender: I think I m going to go with Charles just because I think in order to move forward, you have to integrate. Because of that alone, I would have to stick with his ideology.(Photo by © Twentieth Century Fox)ON “CHERIK” – THE FAN-FICTION LOVE AFFAIR BETWEEN CHARLES AND ERIKMcAvoy: I feel like it might have been due to the “Cherik” shipping that after First Class, they restricted the amount of time we spend on screen together because they realized it was going to cause a lot of problems in certain parts of the world.Fassbender: You know, I think I know where it all started. Remember when we were storming that building in Russia, and we were laying in the long grass just chatting. It was like a scene in Out of Africa or something.McAvoy: Oh, in between takes.Fassbender: Yeah. And that s where, I think, it all started.Making Cherik a Throuple – with an MCU Hero or One of the X-MenFassbender: [After understanding the throuple question] I m going to go Sophie [Turner}, Jean Grey. Because she s the most powerful mutant out there. Well like, you know, if we re going to have a team, we re solid.James: I would definitely want to go with somebody who s a psychic because I think we could have some crazy, mind-bending fun. And so that would either be Jean Grey or Emma Frost.Fassbender: Sticking within our group. Mutants stick together.Dark Phoenix is in theaters now.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
九游会官方网站 The HBO fantasy drama His Dark Materials, based on Philip Pullman s epic fantasy trilogy, is back for more bewitchment, magic, and mystical goodness. So whether you re just getting caught up with season 1, or need something to tide you over while you wait week to week, here are five more titles that will surely cast a spell on you in this week s Binge Guide.His Dark Materials airs at 9 p.m. on Mondays on HBO and HBO Max.