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亚博手机网采用百度引擎2(Baidu 7)现在做手游推广的孵化公司也很多,你要是担心自己没有经验不会做,可以加盟一个手游孵化平台。他们不管是在推广上还是运营上都能给手游创业者提供很大的帮扶。加盟一个好的平台,你不仅能得到专业的导师培训,你所获得的游戏资源也会相对丰富一些,只要游戏好玩,就不愁没有玩家。再说现在平台收取的加盟费也不高,创业风险也相对较小。

1. 亚博手机网
当核心玩法缺失的时候,就算开发商用更多的活动、福利来吸引玩家,也“瑜不掩瑕”。手游好像还是有着页游的影子在,但仔细琢磨一下,又觉得味道不对。 对于iOS和Android的移动玩家来说,能够跨平台联机自然是天大的喜事,这也是今天大多数手游在实现的事,因为苹果和安卓手机的界限而硬生生和朋友分隔在不同的服务区实在过于憋屈,甚至有网友直言“2021年还做不到互通的游戏都应该挂上‘干脆别出’的牌子”。
全球在地化体验,支援12种语言:英语、西班牙语、葡萄牙语、俄语、土耳其语、印尼语、泰语、简中、繁中、阿拉伯语、德语、法语。

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Gates and engage in more historical nonsense. Let’s hope Disney forks over another 0 million so he can finish the trilogy, whether that happens in theaters or on Disney+.4. SEAN BEAN LIVES! (Photo by (c) Touchstone courtesy Everett Collection)We’ve been programmed to accept that Sean Bean always dies in a spectacular fashion (e.g., Goldeneye ouch), and when his Ian Howe doesn’t fall prey to a Templar trap or an ancient catapult in National Treasure, it’s beautifully unexpected. While it would have been appropriate for Gates to let loose a one-liner  something like “I’ll treasure this moment” or “Prepare to meet your forefathers” as he sent Howe to an elaborate death, it doesn’t happen. In the end, Howe is simply arrested, which leaves him on the chessboard for future installments.After watching Bean die in (spoilers ahead!) Game of Thrones, Black Death, Equilibrium, Don’t Say a Word, The Island, Patriot Games, and The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, just to name a few, it’s nice to know one of his fictional characters is still alive. Early scenes between Ben and Ian show us that the two genuinely like each other, and Ian isn’t happy about his sudden heel turn. As the film progresses, Ian turns out to be a suitable antagonist who is always one step behind, but never far. Plus, the more you watch the the movie, the more you begin to like Howe s henchmen, namely Phil, Shaw, Powell, and Shippen, if only because they seem friendly with Ben, and they aren’t completely terrible at being henchmen.5. IT HELPED FILL THE INDIANA JONES VOID(Photo by (c) Touchstone courtesy Everett Collection)Smack dab in between The Mummy Returns and The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor, and four years before Indiana Jones helped coin the term “nuking the fridge” in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, National Treasure filled a much needed void. The constant travel, puzzle solving, justified thievery, and ancient treasures satiated our thirst for globetrotting adventure; from grounded ships in the Arctic to the reflecting pool in Washington D.C., the frantic pace and constant clues made the most of a proven crowd-pleasing formula.Throw in the fact that Benjamin Franklin Gates, Patrick Gates, and John Adams Gates (Christopher Plummer) are named after American forefathers, and you have a movie that embraces history and isn’t subtle about it. Plus, the 0 million budget, the use of actual landmark locations, and the wonderful production design by Norris Spencer ensured the film would age surprisingly well over time. These types of films don’t really exist anymore, and that’s one of the reasons why we still love it now. Also, we think Indy himself would approve of the way Gates and his crew made sure the treasure was shared with the world, because “it belongs in a museum!”National Treasure was released on November 19, 2004.亚博手机网At the center of it all is Zendaya’s (Spider-Man: Far from Home) Rue, a 17-year-old drug addict who, as we learn in the program s pilot, suffered an overdose and was only saved because her younger sister found her in time. Rue s drug problem goes deep, and it s a perspective of addiction that TV hasn t really explored much. It s been nearly 18 years since the 9/11 terrorist attacks inflicted a deep wound into the fabric of America, but while we tend to focus mainly on the political aftermath and various military actions we ve been involved in since, not much attention has been given to the generation who grew up in this new reality.Stories following teens who are disconnected from their parental adult counterparts are nothing at all new, but positing Rue s introduction to the world with the fall of the Twin Towers playing out in the background helps to supply subtext to the challenges her and other young people have had laid out before them. And as her emotional issues begin to form, her parents are quick to have any and every diagnosis handed her way until she s juggling multiple medical fixes for multiple anxiety disorders — none of which are really proven to be sound diagnoses to begin with.Debbie DayInstead of handling the underlying problem, well-intentioned adults teach young Rue that the best way to cure what ails her is to treat her symptoms. As her relationship with her mother becomes fractured, and her father falls victim to cancer, it was shown as an inevitability that she d eventually graduate from medically-assigned prescriptions to her own experiments in self-medicating — all just to find the happiness that has, somehow, eluded her this entire time.There are other characters featured in the show, and yes, we re about to get to them. But it s necessary that we really explore Rue s struggles and motivations because, not only is Zendaya the lead of the show, her performance is the program s backbone. She is the ongoing narrator, walking us through the misadventures of her peers, giving us a fly-on-the-wall perspective of the bigger picture, as the series begins to unfold. And as Rue even admits, she s not the most reliable narrator. You know, because she s always high.(Photo by Eddy Chen/HBO)She may be out of rehab, but Rue s not at all into staying sober. As she s integrated back into high school life, we re introduced to a handful of her peers, all carrying around their own potentially traumatic baggage. Transgender teen Jules (Hunter Schafer) finds a version of solace in random sexual encounters with older men — except maybe it’s a form of self-harm — while high school jock Nate (Jacob Elordi) has extreme anger issues, leading him to extreme acts of violence. In episode 2, we learn that his flashy flavor of toxic masculinity is indeed masking some deep-seated sexual insecurities, all brought on at a young age after he discovers explicit videos of his father s secret homosexual escapades. Mix in the sordid connection that the older man Jules hooked up with is actually Nate s dad Cal (Eric Dane) and the show really takes shape into something even Bret Easton Ellis would envy.Then there s Kat (Barby Ferreira), the nerdy girl who loses her virginity on a drunken dare at a house party. From the initial shame brought on by discovering that her sexual awakening was caught on video, and distributed across the school — even prompting a brief body-shaming interlude with the school principal — she quickly learns of the connective power of sex and the internet. For the first time in her life, she s the object of desire and that discovery changes her entire life.(Photo by HBO)Euphoria is a show that is out to press people s buttons. Cut from the same unsettling cloth as angsty teen movies like Harmony Korine s Gummo and Larry Clark s Kids, Levinson — who has gone on the record about tapping into his own history with drug abuse to write this story — gives us a program that sounds a warning siren about the dangers teens continue to face in the real and online realms, especially for complacent parents everywhere, who are alerted to get involved in their kids lives and pay attention.The series features adults, but when they make their appearance, their roles are mostly presented as background fodder. Euphoria actually has a lot in common with the 2014 indie horror hit It Follows; the parents aren t really in the picture, the overall environment has an inescapable muted quality of a suburban purgatory, and the teens in both that film and this TV series are stalked by their own demons — of course, the ones in the HBO series aren t STD zombies out to commit post-coitus murder. But we digress.(Photo by Eddy Chen/HBO)All this said, there are definitely gripes with the show s tone and subject matter. Levinson has both writing and directing credits here, but at times it does feel as if his vision is a bit disconnected from the 2019 reality these kids are living in.Writing in The New York Times this weekend, health care correspondent Margot Sanger-Katz and Indiana University School of Medicine professor of pediatrics Aaron E. Carroll observed: HBO’s new series Euphoria portrays a youth bacchanal that’s a stretch even for Hollywood. The show suggests that our modern society, with its smartphone dating apps, internet pornography and designer drugs, has made teenage life more extreme and dangerous than ever before. Actually, nearly the opposite is true. Many of the problems these teens face, though, tend to be of the eternal variety, because, really, the trials and tribulations of disaffected youth will always be a thing. Rue s Hunter S. Thompson–style recollections inject an oddly engaging Fear and Loathing quality, giving Euphoria a pointed and visually stunning perspective.(Photo by Eddy Chen/HBO)Rue knows drugs are bad. But her self-hatred runs deep. This drive to be happy, along with her predisposition to despise herself, sets the foundation for the polarizing nature of the whole show.While it may be difficult for many of Euphoria s adult audience to completely relate to her struggles — and that of Jules, Nate, Kat, and the rest — certain visceral elements punch their way through the veil, reminding us of bullies from the past, of the suffocating pressures of adolescent life, of the burdening weight of societal expectations, and the primal need to be loved and accepted that drives each and every one of us to move on, if not exactly forward.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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The DC Extended Universe has been on a roll with solo superhero movies, and now coming off the franchise’s biggest global hit yet with Aquaman, they have another winner on their hands, according to the first reactions from critics on social media. Shazam! is smaller but arguably more fun, and it’s less connected to the DCEU than past installments, which makes it especially appealing. The real sell, though, seems to be how much heart there is in this installment. It sounds like it’s not just great but totally lovable.Here’s what the critics are saying about Shazam!:Does DC have another hit?Shazam! is another win for DC. Germain Lussier, io9DC is finally building a solid run. Shazam! is a delight! Eric Eisenberg, CinemaBlendShazam! is an absolute delight! Perri Nemiroff, ColliderI LOVED every second of it. A colorful, vibrant, vital addition to the DCEU. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionHow does it compare to other DC movies?I absolutely loved Shazam! It s my favorite DC film yet.  Dorian Parks, Geeks of ColorI m gonna go out on a limb and call Shazam! my favorite DCEU movie.  Mike Ceccini, Den of GeekDC didn t try and make a movie that fits in perfectly with the larger DC Universe. They just focused on making a great Shazam movie and hit a home run.  Steve Weintraub, ColliderShazam! is DC’s most joyful and sweet movie since the era of Christopher Reeve’s Superman… as liberated a comic book movie for DC as Deadpool was for Fox-Marvel.  Jim Vejvoda, IGN Movies(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)What makes it stand out?Shazam! is the superhero film that you never knew you needed… This is what going to the movies is all about. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentIt encapsulates the wish fulfillment and wonder of superhero comics in a way that will appeal to kids whilst being filled with non stop surprises for big comic book fans too. I loved it. Rosie Knight, NerdistIt is really well balanced, gets the magical wonder of the character and his world right, and somehow never feels like it s trying too hard. Mike Ceccini, Den of GeekIt doesn’t reinvent the superhero movie wheel, but it’s undeniably fun! Jim Vejvoda, IGN MoviesIt s basically the superhero version of Big, right?Shazam! is a super-powered Big… vivid character-driven action, heartrending central relationships and fully earned, totally satisfying emotional moments.  Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionIt’s a superhero Big. (How did it take so long?) Drew Taylor, The PlaylistShazam! is parts Home Alone, parts Big, a crowd pleasing family-friendly joy-filled wish-fulfillment superhero film. Peter Sciretta, SlashfilmIt’s exactly what they set out to make: Big meets Superman. Steve Weintraub, Collider(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)Is it funny?Hilarious and cute. Rachel Heine, NerdistIt s funny and the tone is exactly right. Jenna Busch, Legion of LeiaFunny yet earnest. Jim Vejvoda, IGN MoviesEven funnier than the trailers make it look. Mike Ceccini, Den of GeekAn absolute blast from start to finish, full of heart and hilarity. My face hurt from smiling so much. Dan Casey, NerdistLoved Shazam! It s super fun, very funny (a few times people were laughing so loud I missed dialogue). Steve Weintraub, ColliderDoes it dare to go dark?Sometimes feels like if Joe Dante or Robert Zemeckis made a superhero movie in 1985. It s a family movie, but the villain and the magical stuff is just scary enough to give it that edge, and it never swings too far in either direction. Mike Cecchini, Den of GeekReminds of me of when kids’ movies were legitimately scary (in a good way). Dan Casey, Nerdist(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)Does it work as a family movie?Shazam! stands out because of the emotional, family story at its center… the family stuff is dynamic and powerful. Germain Lussier, io9Its familiar origin structure is forgivable because of all the new it brings to the table, primarily it s gleeful, childlike enthusiasm and heartfelt perspective on family.  Eric Eisenberg, CinemaBlendSuper vibrant, tons of heart and a great fun-loving vibe. The family element is a big charmer.  Perri Nemiroff, ColliderFantastic! Full of heart and pure childhood wish fulfillment.  Jenna Busch, Legion of LeiaI was surprised at how much it wears its heart on its sleeve.  Peter Sciretta, SlashfilmIt s an amazing family movie with dope fight scenes and great humor! You guys are going to love it.  Dorian Parks, Geeks of ColorHow is Zachary Levi?Zachary Levi as Shazam was perfect casting. Dorian Parks, Geeks of ColorZachary Levi is perfectly cast. Steve Weintraub, ColliderIt s the role Zachary Levi was born to play. Eric Eisenberg, CinemaBlendZachary Levi is terrific! Drew Taylor, The PlaylistZachary Levi is perfect in the role, and so is Asher Angel. Jenna Busch, Legion of Leia(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)Are there any other standouts?Said this after IT but it s worth repeating: Jack Dylan Grazer is a star. Perri Nemiroff, ColliderThe kids absolutely steal the show. Dorian Parks, Geeks of ColorThe real surprise is Jack Dylan Grazer as Freddy Freeman. Steals the show. Steve Weintraub, ColliderAny complaints at all?I had some small issues with the hero/villain aspects. Germain Lussier, io9Gets a bit over the top and cheesy at times. Peter Sciretta, SlashfilmWhat does this mean for DC, then?Excited to see more fun superhero moves from DC. Rachel Heine, NerdistDC is def on a winning streak. Bring on Todd Phillips’ Joker! Steve Weintraub, ColliderShazam! opens everywhere on April 5.

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As Dwayne Johnson, Jason Statham, and Idris Elba square off in the Hobbs Shaw trailer, we are witnessing the Fast Furious franchise s long-destined transformation from street racing movies to heist flicks to techno-action roller coasters. Seriously, we have Elba in body armor that looks like it was made in a Stark Industries lab, armored trucks corkscrewing in mid-air deflecting a hail of machine gun fire, vertical fight scenes on the outside of skyscrapers, and Vanessa Kirby, obviously jealous she didn t get to do the halo jump in Mission: Impossible Fallout, in for some of that blockbuster adrenaline.And because nothing gets by the internet, the lunacy of Hobbs Shaw has set fire to the social media film community. Hobbs Shaw doesn t drop until August 2 this year, but you can read the best, funniest social reactions here and now:Somewhere in america Tyrese is watching this again on a smashed screen— BeardFace McNasty (@SholaThompson) February 1, 2019They have super powers now? Jumping the shark may be an understatement for this franchise. IG: morenol1990

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6.53.4 0月喜迎The latest from auteur filmmaker Noah Baumbach, his second for Netflix, premiered at the Venice Film Festival on Thursday to a combination of discomfort and laughter. Marriage Story is a tale of divorce starring Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson that’s clearly semi-autobiographical, and to the majority of critics in attendance, it’s also a personal triumph for the director. This is likely to be an awards contender for at least members of the ensemble cast, and maybe the screenplay. Still, if you’re not a fan of Baumbach, this might not change your mind.Here’s what critics are saying about Marriage Story:How does it compare to Baumbach s other work?Arguably Baumbach’s opus, his best film to date.  Rodrigo Perez, The Playlist[It’s] easily the wisest film of his career, one that’s only sharpening.  Joshua Rothkopf, Time OutIt is Baumbach’s funniest, most fine-grained picture since 2012’s Frances Ha.  Robbie Collin, Daily TelegraphWith Marriage Story, Baumbach cements his reputation as one of this generation’s leading humanist filmmakers.  Alonso Duralde, The WrapThis is the work of a filmmaker in full command of his powers.  Jon Frosch, Hollywood ReporterMarriage Story is the Noah Baumbach movie we’ve been waiting for. It’s better than good; it’s more than just accomplished… this, at long last, is Baumbach’s breakthrough into the dramatic stratosphere.  Owen Gleiberman, VarietyWill his fans like it?[It] develops a unique tone that even Baumbach fans may not fully recognize at first… Marriage Story reflects a new level of narrative sophistication.  Eric Kohn, IndieWireYes, this is another movie about the misadventures of relatively wealthy, straight white people. That may, understandably, put some people off. Richard Lawson, Vanity FairThose who find themselves impatient with Baumbach’s cozy self-reflective world of pampered middle-class intellectuals will not take any comfort here. Fionnuala Halligan, Screen International(Photo by Netflix)How is the script?Baumbach’s brilliant screenplay never falters or hits a wrong note… he writes scenes that are like verbal arias. Owen Gleiberman, VarietyExpertly scripted by Baumbach as a showcase for subtle, natural monologuing. Joshua Rothkopf, Time OutMarriage Story is at its best when it just the two leads talking in a room. David Jenkins, Little White LiesBaumbach has a real knack for witty, eccentric and yet natural-sounding dialogue something which Marriage Story definitely lives up to. Thomas Humphrey, ScreenAnarchyIs it reminiscent of any other films?Kramer vs. Kramer, Scenes from a Marriage, and Shoot the Moon… Marriage Story makes a worthy addition to that canon. Owen Gleiberman, VarietyYou may be reminded of Kramer vs. Kramer, but that movie, for all its fireworks, was lopsided. Joshua Rothkopf, Time OutNot since David Fincher’s Zodiac has a movie placed such absorbing emphasis on the jigsaw puzzle of searching for solutions that may never fully resolve themselves. Eric Kohn, IndieWireThe film that came to mind while watching Noah Baumbach’s punishingly incisive dissection of a messy break-up and divorce was… in fact Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park. David Jenkins, Little White LiesI was often reminded of Arnaud Desplechin’s A Christmas Tale, a film I can watch multiple times and always find myself siding and empathizing with a different member of a combative, dysfunctional family. Alonso Duralde, The WrapLike Ingmar Bergman’s Scenes from a Marriage — an inevitable influence — this is a tough piece of work, steeped in pain. Jon Frosch, Hollywood ReporterWill it make us all feel miserable?Somehow, in spite of the bleakness of the subject matter, it feels more redemptive than despairing. Geoffrey Macnab, IndependentIt’s wrenching stuff to be sure, but it’s also excruciatingly funny, loaded with empathy, compassion, and understanding. Rodrigo Perez, The PlaylistTonally, the film is mostly upbeat: Adam Driver makes for the nicest, friendliest, most lovable gaslighter in the history of cinema. David Jenkins, Little White LiesBaumbach seeks to mine his material for laughs, no matter how desperate the situation becomes. Xan Brooks, GuardianMarriage Story puts you through the wringer, but leaves you exhilarated at having witnessed a filmmaker and his actors surpass themselves. Jon Frosch, Hollywood ReporterDoes Baumbach do a good job mixing tones?Baumbach performs a brilliant balancing act. Alonso Duralde, The WrapSometimes the film’s erratic zaniness undermines the gnarly vérité of its darker moments, but mostly Marriage Story is well balanced. Richard Lawson, Vanity FairBaumbach finds the perfect blend of humor, humanity, heart and yes, suffering, to create an utterly compelling, harrowingly three-dimensional portrait of divorce. Rodrigo Perez, The PlaylistSpeaking of balance, is the story one-sided?Marriage Story may often resemble a tug of war between its stars, but it’s on both of their sides. Robbie Collin, Daily TelegraphSome will say Marriage Story favors Charlie… but Baumbach is at once hard on, and forgiving of, the two characters, and audience sympathies will likely seesaw. Jon Frosch, Hollywood ReporterPut it this way, in its core DNA, when it drifts off to sleep at night, Marriage Story’s true heart is in New York (Baumbach’s home), not L.A. Rodrigo Perez, The PlaylistThere’s a way in which Baumbach seems to want to tip the scales of sympathy toward the guy in the story—Nicole’s behavior sometimes comes off as a little too ruthless. Stephanie Zacharek, TimeIt ll be interesting to see what side you come out on… whether or not you come out feeling that one side wins too heavily over the other in the war for your sympathy. Thomas Humphrey, ScreenAnarchyHow are the performances?Johansson delivers brilliantly textured work. Xan Brooks, Guardian[Johansson’s] ability to carry some of the movie’s more frustrating showdowns illustrate her capacity to look stern and fragile at once. Eric Kohn, IndieWireDriver, in particular, the stand-out MVP if you had to name just one of the leads. Rodrigo Perez, The PlaylistProps especially go to Adam Driver, who at times is the best I have yet seen him. Thomas Humphrey, ScreenAnarchyDriver gives a bold performance… his choices add great depth to the role as written: he would seem a natural for awards attention here. Fionnuala Halligan, Screen InternationalBoth manage to outdo themselves. Alonso Duralde, The WrapThe sensational leads deliver the deepest, most alive and attuned performances of their careers. Jon Frosch, Hollywood ReporterBoth have major awards potential. Richard Lawson, Vanity Fair(Photo by Netflix)Are there any other standouts?A phenomenal Laura Dern. Rodrigo Perez, The PlaylistOne of the pleasures here lies in three tremendous performances from Laura Dern, Alan Alda and Ray Liotta as the LA lawyers who represent the couple. Geoffrey Macnab, IndependentAlda’s real-life Parkinson’s tremors fuel what may be his saddest performance. Eric Kohn, IndieWireAll hail Julie Hagerty, utterly sublime as Nicole’s ditzy pant-suited wine mom. David Jenkins, Little White LiesRobertson eschews any and all artificial cute-kid tics and delivers a genuine performance. Alonso Duralde, The WrapAre there any big complaints?The film can sometimes manipulate events into scenarios which aren’t entirely convincing. Fionnuala Halligan, Screen InternationalMarriage Story definitely doesn t always get it right. It s not entirely tonally pitch perfect. Thomas Humphrey, ScreenAnarchyWill it affect our own marriage?It’s well worth your time. Maybe don’t watch it with your spouse, though. Richard Lawson, Vanity FairMarriage Story also serves as a kind of horror movie preview, an inadvertent cautionary tale, that leaves you rushing to get home to your partner and treat them as well as possible for as long as possible. Rodrigo Perez, The PlaylistMarriage Story premiered at the Venice Film Festival on August 29, 2019. It will open in limited theatrical release on November 6 and be available to stream on Netflix on December 6.
Jacqueline Coley for Rotten Tomatoes: Tell us about #blackAF. Is this black-ish unleashed?Kenya Barris: Yes, and no. It s a family show about my family, so in that, it is like black-ish, but those were archetypes. This is more accurate — well, except for the mother of my children; she s very different from what Rashida is doing. Rashida is a little bit more of a revolutionist. I ve been doing family shows for a long time, but felt like they needed a reboot. With Netflix, it feels like we re in this new era, in this new dawn, and what better place to try to reboot black-ish into a more authentic family. I made them functionally dysfunctional. And the notion behind it was to take out of my point of view, give the point of view of my daughter, and try and do it in a much more honest way.At ABC, I love those guys, but they were terrified of talking about having any kind of success. They thought it could be ostracizing. I always felt the opposite. I felt like, in the time of Jay-Z and Beyoncé, Barack and Michelle [Obama], or Swizz Beatz and Alicia [Keys], the idea of wish fulfillment and aspirational things really resonates. At the core of it, it s a human story; that was what I m tapping into, or that was what we hoped. But it s also so much scarier, because this was me and much closer to my real family — a rejection of this is a rejection of me in a much bigger way.(Photo by Netflix)You ve mostly worked in linear television. How was the switch to streaming?Barris: It was terrifying. It honestly was. No ad breaks? Just streaming? I m a fan of telling stories where in Act 1, you set the problem up, really explore it in the second, and resolve it in the third. And this was a completely different way of telling those stories. I really enjoyed it, to be honest with you. I enjoyed not having to focus on act breaks and commercials.But at the same time, one of the things that I missed was, Netflix is an unbelievably free, creative environment. As much s t as I used to talk about getting notes, there s something to having a partner give you notes, even if you disagree with them. The freedom to make what you want is a place you want to be as creative person. But if it bombs, you can t blame anybody else. [Laughs] I was like, Be careful what you wish for. But, it was a really, really good experience. I don t know what s going to happen with the show, but we re proud of what we did. They let me do something that I ve never done before. I m so proud of the actors and the family that we put together and the kids and Rashida. But it was terrifying.As your first show on a new deal with Netflix, this is a big swing as far as subject matter and tone. Was that a choice? Barris: I wanted to be noisy. [Netflix] is doing 400 series this year. Not 400 episodes of television, 400 series. To stand out in that crowd was really important to me. I would like to say I don t care what people think, but I care about the critics. In network television, you have your morning-after scorecard. You have ratings that was like basically getting your grade on your test.Netflix doesn t really have that. All you really have is critics, and they ll tell you if you make it or not. So for that, I knew I wanted to be loud. I wanted to try to be noisy and let it be authentic and personal. And know your lane — this is as close to my lane as I possibly can get. I let myself hang out there, but it makes it a lot scarier.(Photo by Netflix)Let s talk about episode 5. It talks about criticism and Rotten Tomatoes in general, but the first thing we have to know is, are you surprised by anything else besides Space Jam, which is discussed in the episode, being rated Rotten on the Tomatometer?Barris: [Laughs] Not to be controversial, but — f k it — I m just gonna say it: I m a huge Boots Riley fan. I think Sorry To Bother You got a 90-something percent. I m like, Really? I m with you until horse people. [Laughs] But my daughter argues with me about it, because she was like, That s the beauty of it. We don t get to do that often in our business We [Black creatives] are not allowed to be open and fluid, have weird endings, and get those kinds of ratings. But still, I check the score.At RT, we argue about scores all the time if that makes you feel any better. Will you be checking the score for #blackAF when it drops? Do you still care?Barris: Absolutely. I care. Tyler thinks I m crazy for caring, but I care. I care what white people are saying. I care what gay people think. I care what Black people think. I care what Rotten Tomatoes thinks. I care. Steven Spielberg put this article out, and he said if you believe any of it, you have to believe all of it, so he doesn t read reviews. Good for him. I m neurotic. I want to be liked, probably too much, but I definitely care. I think we need commercial success. There s room for If Beale Street Could Talk and Moonlight, but there was also something special about Cosby. We have learned the whole story about the man now, but at the time it was special that he became what he did. The Cosby Show changed the trajectory of what we were in this world. That was the first time I ever saw my white friends want the same father that I had.It s one of the things that I was really always happy about with black-ish is that when we first came on, we beat or came close to beating Modern Family. And, that was a huge statement to the powers that be. A lot of things that came after were because of black-ish in some aspect. Not to toot my own horn, but they were kind of derivative of what we did. Other creators said, Oh, why can t I talk about my family? I could talk about my family, and I can be more specific. People started seeing themselves reflected in things and that became the mainstream.(Photo by Emily V. Aragones/Netflix)You brought in Tyler Perry for this episode to talk about the Rotten Tomatoes, and he doesn t share your opinion.Barris: I love that Tyler was like, Oh, I don t f k with them Tomatoes. I have people in my family, they enjoy his films, particularly my mom, my aunt, and some of my relatives. They get so much enjoyment from his movies — honest enjoyment, not just ironic or so-bad-it s-good, just honest enjoyment. He opens up at box offices and does business, too. So why are those people s opinion not as important as someone else s opinion. Their opinion counts, too. Tyler puts a movie out that people enjoy. And because people or certain critics might not feel like it s the most elevated form of comedy, he s destroyed Black culture. There are people who really enjoy him, just as there are people who love Adam Sandler.Tyler Perry opens up doors for Shonda [Rhimes] and me, for Barry Jenkins, and so many others. The only color Hollywood really cares about is green. And, he has the greenest story in Hollywood. He deserves to do his movies and be celebrated just as much as Adam Sandler. He knows his audience. He entertains them, and he s opened so many doors for people of color. Why take away his success? Why marginalize his success because it s not for you. That s where Rotten Tomatoes and those other aggregators have a hard time accurately evaluating our work. It s hard because I feel like many white male reviewers are afraid. They feel like if a female-driven movie or an LGBTQ movie or a Black movie comes out, they can t rip on it. They think, I m not going to be the guy who says something bad about this. Then at the same time, because Tyler Perry s the whipping boy, he s the one guy that they re comfortable taking a swipe at, and I have a problem with that.(Photo by Netflix)In that same episode, you had a Zoom call with a fictional Ava DuVernay, Tim Story, Lena Waithe, Will Packer, and Issa Rae — a.k.a. some of the biggest names in Black Hollywood. How did that come about? Did they have input in their characters ?Barris: I wrote it, and I gave them a little bit of a pitch when I sent it. My pitch was Michael Bay and Jerry Bruckheimer could be on a show together. And, Jerry could joke,  Sorry I didn t blow something up, Michael. No one would think any less of Michael Bay or Jerry Bruckheimer for that. They d say, They re bosses and that s how they talk in real life. They can be self-deprecating with their work and never think less about each other. Why can t we do that? Here s the exact group of people responsible for a lot of entertainment on television right now. Especially, in a cultural sense. Why do all our calls have to be something that s like, Between you and me Why can t people see us actually have the conversations that we have and know that we re critiquing our work, too, just the same way everyone else is critiquing our work.How honest do you think creatives are with each other, publicly or privately, if you could give them a grade?Barris: I think it s probably a B. The one thing that I really appreciate about us is that we show up for each other. Black Panther is a great example of us showing up for each other. Black Panther was an amazing movie. Ryan Coogler is going to go down as one of the best filmmakers in the history of cinema. But, one of the things that helped that movie is that we showed up for him. In addition to everyone else showing up, because it was a great movie, we showed up for him. And it was the same thing with Girls Trip. That first weekend, in droves, and our people showed up with their girlfriends. And then boom, next thing we see is white girlfriends showing up doing the same thing. When things cross over and become mainstream, and it allows everyone else to be a part of it. It doesn t feel so niche.That s something that we do, and it s important that we continue to do it. As far as celebrating sort of publicly, actually, I think we get an A. I think that privately the conversations are always a little bit scarier. You can have them with your close peers, and sometimes it s a little bit harder to sit through, because you don t want to have say something that makes someone feel like you re not being supportive. But we re getting better. The calls, that episode, the willingness of people who have active careers to do things like this shows that we re getting better. I m a huge Jordan [Peele], but after Jordan did Us, I was seeing articles saying like, He s Hitchcock. And I was like, I think even Jordan would be like, That s a little bit quick. There s a positiveness to us being embraced like that, but we have to put in the work. We have to be respected in terms of the general notion of what it takes to really put those 10,000 hours in.I just watched Unorthodox on Netflix, and I m like, Why can t we [Black people] have this? Black people get, like, four stories to tell. White people have like a million options. With [Unorthodox], that story was such a niche story, but it was told so well, someone bought it and people support it. I m like, Why can t we tell more of those stories? Why can t we get stories that feel outside of what people are used to hearing from us?, because that s how we actually grow culturally and within the industry.Since you do read reviews, do you have a favorite critic? Barris: Emily Nussbaum did a great New Yorker article on me, and she kind of changed my career. She embedded with us for a few days and she really got it. She s also like a TV fanatic. I am always interested in what people like her have to say. I get it. Some people don t like what I do, and I am OK with that, but I am also not going to pretend it doesn t bother me. I get it: I m not for them. But that s that needy part of me, because I want so badly for them to like my stuff.Many creatives feel that way. Quentin Tarantino was awarded Best Original Screenplay last year by New York Film Critics Circle, and he spent half his acceptance speech talking about one of the members who has hated every movie he s made, but Tarantino loves his writing. And this is a man with multiple Oscars and nothing to prove. Barris: And, that s part of why Tarantino s a good writer. How do you say that you don t care? How could you not care? It s you. You ve put years of your time, energy, and life-blood into this thing, to say you don t care? It s like you re either a sociopath or a liar.#blackAF premieres April 17 on Netflix.
Universal’s new high-octane thrill-ride Nobody brings together some of the most formidable names working in action cinema today: John Wick writer Derek Kolstad, Hardcore Henry director Ilya Naishuller, Atomic Blonde and Deadpool 2 director David Leitch (who is a producer), and, of course… Bob Odenkirk!? That casting is kinda the punchline of this movie about a seemingly regular Joe named Hutch Mansell, a suburban family man suffering from some serious middle-age malaise, whose former life as a take-no-prisoners badass is re-awakened after a home invasion.In this exclusive and extended sit down, Odenkirk – up till now best known as a deft comedian and for his work in Breaking Bad and prequel series Better Call Saul – reveals how his own personal experience with home invasions inspired the idea for the film and the character of Hutch. Plus, the actor goes deep on the movie’s demanding action sequences, including an absolutely brutal encounter on a bus, and channeling the rage of a man whose safety, and that of his family, has been violated.Nobody is in theaters March 26, 2021. On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

This week s Ketchup brings you more headlines from the world of film development news, covering such titles as Attack the Block 2, DC League of Super-Pets, and Phantom.This WEEK S TOP STORYLONG-TIME INTERNET HOAX HOCUS POCUS 2 ACTUALLY HAPPENING (Photo by (c)Buena Vista courtesy Everett Collection)In the realm of disinformation and online hoaxes, perhaps the greatest mark of achievement is to be debunked by Snopes.com. That site also doesn t normally fact-check most pop culture claims and memes, so it s perhaps especially noteworthy that the idea of a sequel to the 1993 comedy Hocus Pocus (Rotten at 38%) had to be debunked. However, at least year s Investor Day event, Walt Disney Pictures announced that the studio was indeed moving forward with a Hocus Pocus sequel that would premiere on Disney+. Those plans were confirmed this week as Bette Midler, Kathy Najimy, and Sarah Jessica Parker are all officially signed to return as the original film s trio of witch sisters. Hocus Pocus 2 will be directed by Anne Fletcher (The Proposal, 27 Dresses), while the original film s director, Adam Shankman, is instead working on another sequel for Disney+, Disenchanted, the follow-up to the 2007 Amy Adams fantasy hit, Enchanted. The Hocus Pocus sequel will debut on the Disney+ streaming service sometime in 2022.Other Top Headlines1. DWAYNE JOHNSON TO VOICE KRYPTO IN DC LEAGUE OF SUPER PETS (Photo by Ron Phillips/©Warner Bros. Pictures)Dwayne Johnson has done a pretty great job of letting the world know that he will be starring as the DC Comics anti-hero Black Adam (7/29/2022) next year. As it turns out, however, that actually will not be his next DC Comics superhero movie. That s because Johnson will be providing the voice of Superman s best friend (see what we did there?) Krypto the Super-Dog in the animated adventure DC League of Super-Pets (5/20/2022). This movie has been announced for a while now, but it s frequently overlooked when people discuss future DC Comics projects, possibly because, until today, it lacked a big-name movie star. Although the League of Super-Pets is a much larger ensemble in the comics, the premise seems to suggest this first film will mostly focus on Krypto and (most likely) Streaky the Super-Cat. DC League of Super-Pets will be co-directed by Jared Stern (Netflix s Green Eggs and Ham, TV s Dr. Ken) and Sam Levine (Robot and Monster).  In related news, this week Warner Bros. also hired Bad Boys for Life directors Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah to direct their HBO Max movie Batgril, the lead role of which hasn t been cast yet.2. MARK RUFFALO JOINS EMMA STONE YORGOS LANTHIMOS  POOR THINGS(Photo by Marvel Studios)Greek filmmaker Yorgos Lanthimos is on quite an impressive streak right now. Starting with Dogtooth (Certified Fresh at 93%) in 2009, Lanthimos has directed six movies in a row that all have earned Certified Fresh scores, including The Lobster (Certified Fresh at 87%) and most recently, The Favourite (Certified Fresh at 93%), which received nine Academy Award nominations (including Best Director and Best Picture) and a Best Actress win for Olivia Colman. Much attention is being given, therefore, to Lanthimos next film, which will be an adaptation of Scottish author Alasdair Gray s novel Poor Things, which has been described as a send up of Victorian literature that bears similarities to Mary Shelley s Frankenstein. This week s news is that Mark Ruffalo has joined the Poor Things cast opposite Emma Stone, who earned a Best Supporting Actress Oscar nomination for The Favourite, and who will star in the new film as an abused woman who is reborn in an infant s body. It s unclear which role Ruffalo is taking on, as well as whether the previously announced Willeam Dafoe and Ramy Youssef are still attached to star or Ruffalo might be replacing one of them.3. PHANTOM OF THE OPERA TO BE REIMAGINED AS MODERN THRILLER (Photo by Warner Bros. courtesy Everett Collection)Most movie fans are familiar with the Classic Universal Monsters movies of the 1930s and 1940s, but Universal s first major horror hit was in the 1920s with the silent film The Phantom of the Opera (Certified Fresh at 90%), starring Lon Chaney Sr. That film was an adaptation of the 1910 French novel Le Fantome de l Opera by Gaston Leroux, and it obviously led to several later adaptations. As these things sometimes go, people usually cite the 1925 silent film as the source material instead of Leroux s novel. However, a new adaptation of Phantom of the Opera is now in development and the project is described as a psychological thriller set in London s contemporary music scene that intends to upend the romanticism associated with previous interpretations, and instead lean into the suspense and horror that was a big part of the book. This adaptation is currently being called just Phantom (probably to avoid associations with the opera). Phantom is being adapted by screenwriter Anthony McCarten, whose credits include The Theory of Everything (Certified Fresh at 80%), The Two Popes (Certified Fresh at 89%), and the upcoming Whitney Houston biopic, I Wanna Dance with Somebody.4. DO YOU BELIEVE IN LIFE AFTER A CHER BIOPIC?(Photo by Stephen Vaughan/©Screen Gems courtesy Everett Collection)The relatively recent box office successes of the musical biopics Bohemian Rhapsody (Fresh at 60%) and Rocketman (Certified Fresh at 89%) continues to have an impact on Hollywood s plans to adapt other musical superstar s lives. These plans include Respect (8/13/2021) (starring Jennifer Hudson as Aretha Franklin), Baz Luhrmann s Elvis (6/3/2022), and movies about the Bee Gees, Boy George, Whitney Houston, Bob Marley, Amy Winehouse, and Madonna (which Madonna herself will direct). Folk-singer-turned-TV-star-turned-disco-and-pop-superstar and Academy Award winner Cher turned 75 this week, and Universal Pictures used that as an opportunity to announce that the studio is actively developing a Cher biopic. Although it s often remarked upon how well Cher has aged, she is not expected to star in the film as herself. The Cher biopic will be written by Academy Award-winning screenwriter Eric Roth (Forrest Gump, A Star is Born, Munich) for the producing partners behind the ABBA musical Mamma Mia! (Rotten at 55%). Cher, who will also produce the biopic, took to Twitter to shout the news.5. JOHN BOYEGA TO RETURN FOR ATTACK THE BLOCK 2(Photo by Liam Daniel/©Screen Gems courtesy Everett Collection)Many science fiction fans were probably first introduced to British actor John Boyega through his performance as Finn in 2015 s Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Certified Fresh at 93%), but Boyega s first feature film role was actually four years earlier in the sci-fi action movie Attack the Block (Certified Fresh at 90%). The surprise success of that relatively low budget film also propelled the career of director Joe Cornish, who went on to co-write Ant-Man (Certified Fresh at 83%) and direct and write The Kid Who Would Be King (Certified Fresh at 89%). Ten years later, Boyega and Cornish are reuniting for an Attack the Block sequel, which Cornish promises will deliver an even bigger slice of inner-city alien action. 6. AMAZON S BID FOR MGM PROMISES MASSIVE NEW STREAMING CATALOG Corporate news about one big company acquiring another large-but-not-as-large company might seem boring, but these stories have some of the biggest impacts on what we watch. Consider, for example, how different movies today would be if Disney had never acquired Marvel, or if (going way back to 1969), Warner Bros. had never bought DC Comics. There were actually two big announcements this week, but the biggest is that Amazon is in the midst of a billion bid to acquire MGM, one of Hollywood s oldest studios. Although Warner Bros. owns many of the pre-1986 MGM classics (like The Wizard of Oz, Gone with the Wind, etc.), the catalog that Amazon is reportedly likely to acquire includes over 4,000 titles, including franchises like James Bond, The Pink Panther, RoboCop, and Rocky, as well as hits like The Magnificent Seven and The Silence of the Lambs. The expectation is that Amazon will bring the MGM catalog to its Amazon Prime service, which could sizably improve its share in the streaming subscription marketplace. In related news, AT T is also spinning off its WarnerMedia properites (including, obviously, Warner Bros.) to Discovery, creating a new corporate body that is strong in both narrative and documentary content. Finally, Warner Bros. also made a course correction on their plans for Dune, which will now debut exclusively in theaters on October 1st, 2021, before heading to HBO Max 45 days later, which is the opposite of what had been announced in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic in December.7. SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS SQUIRREL FRIEND SANDY CHEEKS GETS HER OWN MOVIE (Photo by ©Paramount Pictures)The animated Nickelodeon show SpongeBob SquarePants has ballooned since its debut in 1999 to include a multi-media franchise that has reportedly earned over billion in revenue. That has included three feature films, including last year s The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run (Fresh at 67%), various video games, and TV show spinoffs like The Patrick Star Show and Kamp Koral: SpongeBob s Under Years. Nickelodeon is now developing a SpongeBob spinoff feature film for Sandy Cheeks, his squirrel friend from the surface who is easily identified by the deep diving suit she wears. The Sandy Cheeks movie is expected to be a CGI animation and live-action hybrid, and it s expected to premiere exclusively on a streaming service, though it has not yet been disclosed if that will be on Paramount+ (the obvious choice) or on Netflix, which picked up Sponge on the Run for international markets during the COVID-19 pandemic. Development of Sandy Cheeks is apparently pretty far along, as production is already expected to start on location in New Mexico in August, 2021.8. DAVID BOWIE VAMPIRE CULT CLASSIC THE HUNGER TO BE REMADE (Photo by ©MGM courtesy Everett Collection)Just when you might have thought that Hollywood had finally run out of 1980s genre films to remake, someone apparently remembered the 1983 vampire film The Hunger (Rotten at 55%), directed by Tony Scott and starring David Bowie and Catherine Deneuve. Warner Bros. has begun development on a remake of The Hunger with director Angela Robinson (Professor Marston The Wonder Women, Certified Fresh at 87%). Like Robinson s movie about the creator of Wonder Woman, Tony Scott s The Hunger was an erotic drama that attempted to deconstruct a pop culture phenomenon (in The Hunger, it was the myth of the modern vampire).9. THE PET SEMATARY REMAKE IS GETTING A SEQUEL(Photo by Kerry Hayes/©Paramount Pictures)Few writers in human history have had as many of their stories and novels adapted to film as Stephen King, and this includes several of his works that have been extended past a single film. Let s consider King s 1983 novel Pet Sematary, which was first adapted as a film in 1989 (Rotten at 51%), which then received a sequel in 1992 (Rotten at 22%), before itself being remade again in 2019 (Rotten at 57%). That means Pet Sematary has led to three feature films to date (all with Rotten Tomatometers), and this week s news concerns a fourth. Paramount Play
Captain Marvel is finally out in theaters and while it is set some 20 years prior to the current issues facing the Avengers following Avengers: Infinity War, the film offered a few intriguing clues to next month’s Avengers: Endgame and the ways Marvel’s newest hero may be involved in it. Also, there may even be some clues to the next phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe following the events of Endgame buried within Captain Marvel s plot. So let s dive in and see what we can guess about Marvel Studios next few moves from its most recent release.Of course, there are spoilers from here on out. Key spoilers in fact, so read on with caution.Carol Will Be Part Of The Fight(Photo by Marvel Studios)While all the previous Avengers: Endgame trailers have kept her presence something of a secret, Captain Marvel’s mid-credits stinger scene confirmed what just about everyone assumed would be the case – Carol Danvers (Brie Larson) will be part of the fight against Thanos (Josh Brolin). While Carol was not part of the team dedicated to stopping Thanos in the comic book story The Infinity Gauntlet, her predecessor Mar-Vell took on Thanos a number of times prior to the Gauntlet storyline.The release pattern of the two films certainly pointed to Carol’s presence in Endgame, but seeing her arrive at the Avengers base makes the team’s situation seem less dire. As seen in Captain Marvel, Carol is a powerhouse and potentially strong enough to physically restrain Thanos. And even when it comes to the Gauntlet, battered as it is at the end of Avengers: Infinity War, she may have an advantage.Carol Is Powered By The Space StoneBecause the psyche-magnetron – source of Carol s powers in the comics – was just a little too crazy for film, Carol’s powers derive from that old Phase I MacGuffin, the Tesseract. As we learn in Captain Marvel, Mar-Vell (Annette Bening) acquired the Tesseract in the 1980s and began using it to build a “light speed engine” capable of relocating the Skrull population far from the designs of the Kree Empire.Her experiment never really worked out, though, as the Kree attacked her experimental craft. Once it crashed, Carol blew up the engine, saturating her body with the energy of the Space Stone. As Ronan (Lee Pace) remarks late in the film, she’s the real weapon.And we think that might give her an advantage over Thanos if he tries to use the Gauntlet against the Avengers in Endgame. It is possible she may even be able to pry the Space Stone away from his control and make his absolute power a little less absolute. It may just be the thing the rest of the group needs to gain control of the Gauntlet and undo the Snap.At least, that’s one guess. Tying her to the Tesseract and even the Avengers Initiative makes sense on a thematic level, but it also suggests a ways for the Avengers to succeed in Endgame.Carol Hasn’t Aged(Photo by @ Marvel Studios)In the stinger scene, we couldn’t help but notice that Carol hasn’t aged. We’re going to assume that has something to do with the Space Stone energy. And while that may not really be a point to address in Endgame, it suggests subsequent Captain Marvel movies may keep their options in regards to story wide open.According to reports of Endgame footage screened for Disney shareholders on Thursday, Carol tells the Avengers she never returned to Earth because species other than the Skrulls needed her help. Nick Fury’s (Samuel L. Jackson) page in the Infinity War credit sequence was the first indication Earth needed any sort of help. It suggests no one she knows out in the universe turned to dust, but she had to have noticed people vanishing en masse throughout her area of influence, right?That could suggest the Infinity Stones are not as powerful as legend tells, but we expect the more important aspect of Carol staying away from Earth is to set up future Captain Marvel movies set between the first film and Endgame. Alternatively, her lack of aging opens the door to a Captain Marvel 2 set after Endgame. After all, she has to explain herself to Maria Rambeau (Lashana Lynch) and Monica Rambeau (Akira Akbar) at some point, right? They cannot be pleased that her estimated return time of “before you know it” is 20-odd years later.And now we have to wonder if either of them survived the Snap.No Skrull Secret Invasion … Not Yet Anyway(Photo by @ Marvel Studios)In one of the more pleasant and interesting turns within Captain Marvel, the shapeshifting Skrulls were not Carol’s ultimate enemy. Instead, we learn they are refugees from a Kree war of aggression. Their ultimate aim: escaping from the Empire’s grasp.In our extensive look at the Skrulls, we noticed they only became aggressive after encountering the Kree, entering into a war that spanned millennia. We were inclined to believe that would be the case in Captain Marvel as well and that it might lead to a Skrull invasion of Earth following Endgame. But with the Skrulls only taking to battle to defend themselves and their nominal leader Talos (Ben Mendelsohn) becoming Carol’s ally halfway through the film, that Skrull secret invasion seems much less likely than it did a week ago.Of course, we also took note of Mendelsohn s Talos as he proclaimed “this is only the beginning” when he was reunited with his fellow Skrulls aboard Mar-Vell’s ship. That may just be an artifact of the actor playing so many bad guys of late, but it could indicate a heel-turn from the character or the alien race as a whole in a subsequent MCU phase. For the moment, we’re happy to see that aspect of Captain Marvel’s script defy expectations and introduce the Skrulls in a new, sympathetic way.The Infinity WatchAnd while we’re pondering MCU Phases past Endgame, there is always the possibility Carol’s tie to the Space Stone will lead to her taking on a new role: its protector. After the events of the comics  The Infinity Gauntlet, six people were chosen to take care of the Infinity Gems (as they were called at the time) in lieu of anyone obtaining the full powers of the Gauntlet again. The group included Gamora, Drax, Pip the Troll, Moondragon – two characters not yet seen in the MCU – and, shockingly, Thanos!(Photo by @ Marvel Studios)As in the comics, the Infinity Stones of the MCU cannot be destroyed, so everyone is better off knowing where they are rather than scattering them again only for someone (like, say, a Kree commander) to collect them and reassemble the Gauntlet.Should such a plan become an aspect of the post-Endgame MCU, Carol is the obvious choice to guard the Space Stone. She’s already tied to it. The plan would also presumably see Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) reclaiming the Time Stone and the Mind Stone recreating Vision (Paul Bettany). Considering the end of The Infinity Gauntlet, the Soul Stone could be entrusted to Thanos or it could returned to the Red Skull (Ross Marquand) – interesting that the Soul Stone would be safest in the possession of a villain – with the Reality Stone choosing to stay with the Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen). Though her power originally came from the Mind Stone, she has been color-
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New Marvel and Assassin s Creed series are in the works, first-look images at costumes for the new Batwoman and Titans Red Hood, In Treatment returns with new cast, Jon Stewart scores Apple TV+ deal, and more of the week s top TV and streaming news.TOP STORYGolden Globe Winner Oscar Isaac May Join the MCU in New Series Moon Knight(Photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic)Click image to view full Moon Knight No. 32 cover in a new tab.Is Oscar Isaac trading his place in the Star Wars universe for life in the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Maybe, as the actor who plays X-wing pilot Poe Dameron in the Star Wars sequel films is reportedly in talks to lead the cast of the new Disney+ series Moon Knight, about the Marvel comics Batman-ish superhero. Like The Caped Crusader/Bruce Wayne, Moon Knight/Marc Spector is a billionaire who uses his wealth to find cool crimefighting gadgetry and is a super sleuth. Moon Knight, unlike Batman, also has superpowers.Clash director Mohamed Diab has signed on to direct the series, Deadline reports, while Jeremy Slater, who developed and wrote the Netflix adaptation of The Umbrella Academy, will develop and head the writing staff on Moon Knight, which will join a pair of other recently announced new Marvel series on Disney+, including She-Hulk, starring Tatiana Maslany, and Ms. Marvel, starring newcomer Iman Vellani.Isaac already has another series lined up, meanwhile; he’ll reunite with his A Most Violent Year co-star (and Julliard classmate) Jessica Chastain in HBO’s limited series remake of Scenes from a Marriage. Chastain replaces Michelle Williams, who had to drop out of the project because of a scheduling conflict.Assassin’s Creed Series Coming to NetflixNetflix and Ubisoft are officially teaming up to develop a live-action #AssassinsCreed series. pic.twitter.com/2VFXT3YHUy Rotten Tomatoes (@RottenTomatoes) October 27, 2020Netflix is teaming up with Ubisoft for a live-action series adaptation of Assassin’s Creed, the internationally bestselling videogame. The live-action story will be first, but the collaboration between the streaming service and the videogame producer will also include animation and anime projects.“We’re excited to partner with Ubisoft and bring to life the rich, multilayered storytelling that Assassin’s Creed is beloved for,” said Netflix executive Peter Friedlander. “From its breathtaking historical worlds and massive global appeal as one of the bestselling video game franchises of all time, we are committed to carefully crafting epic and thrilling entertainment based on this distinct IP and provide a deeper dive for fans and our members around the world to enjoy.”Since its 2007 release, Assassin’s Creed and its sequels have sold more than 150 million copies worldwide. The game series has already hit the big screen, in the 2016 movie starring Michael Fassbender.First Looks: The New Batwoman Suit and Red Hood’s New Titans Duds(Photo by The CW)Feast your eyes on these, the super cool new outfits worn by new Batwoman Ryan Wilder in the second season of the CW’s Batwoman series, and Red Hood’s new threads in the HBO Max DC Comics drama Titans.New Batwoman Ryan Wilder, played by new series star Javicia Leslie, will initially be seen in the suit worn by Kate Kane (Ruby Rose) in season 1, but by the third episode of the new season, she’ll reveal her redesign of her outfit, signifying she’s really fitting (ha, literally!) into her new superheroine role.(Photo by Ben Mark Holzberg/HBOMax/Courtesy of Warner Bros.)Click image to view full image in a new tab.Red Hood, a.k.a. Jason Todd (Curran Walters) will be sporting a bold red and black hooded (duh) outfit that will be the first time an individual Red Hood costume has been seen in a live-action production. Seasons 1 and 2 of the series will be available Nov. 1 on HBO Max.Tim Burton Shopping a New Addams Family Series(Photo by Melinda Sue Gordon / © Paramount Pictures / Courtesy Everett Collection)Emmy winner and Oscar nominee Tim Burton is shopping a new live-action TV series version of the The Addams Family, the classic cartoon that’s already been adapted as several TV series and movies. The original TV series aired on ABC from 1964-66; Burton’s reboot would be set in present time, and told from the perspective of the family’s teen daughter Wednesday Addams, the character so brilliantly played in the Addams movies by Christina Ricci.Smallville producers Alfred Gough and Miles Millar are set to write the pilot, serve as showrunners, and act as executive produce alongside Burton, who also plans to direct the whole series, which would be his first major primetime series. (Deadline)NEW TRAILERS: The Midnight Sky: George Clooney Stars in and  Directs Post-Apocalyptic Netflix DramaThe Midnight Sky is the post-apocalyptic story of a lonely Arctic scientist who is trying to stop a group of astronauts from returning to Earth after a mysterious global calamity, starring and directed by George Clooney. The film also stars Felicity Jones, Kyle Chandler, David Oyelowo, and Demián Bichir and is based on the novel Good Morning, Midnight by Lily Brooks-Dalton. Premieres Dec. 23 (Netflix).More trailers and teasers released this week:• The Crown season 4 features the stories of Diana (Emma Corrin) before she was princess and the administration of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher (Gillian Anderson). Olivia Colman returns as British monarch Queen Elizabeth II. Premieres Nov. 15 (Netflix).• Saved by the Bell, season 1, finds the original Bell gang – including California Governor Zack Morris (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) going back to Bayside High to deal with a new group of teens, including Zack’s very Zack-like son. Premieres Nov. 25 (Disney+).• Crazy, Not Insane is a documentary directed and produced by Alex Gibney and narrated by Laura Dern, about the work of psychiatrist Dorothy Otnow Lewis, who studies the psychology behind murder, including those committed by Ted Bundy. Premieres Nov. 18 (HBO).• Black Narcissus is a three-episode series, based on the novel of the same name by Rumer Godden, about a nun (Gemma Arterton) who leads a mission to a remote part of the Himalyas, where she is tempted by her feelings for a local war veteran. Alessandro Nivola, Aisling Franciosi, the late Diana Rigg, and Jim Broadbent also star. Premieres November 23 (FX).• Selena: The Series, season 1, stars Christian Serratos in the story behind the rise of beloved Tejano superstar singer Selena Quintanilla. Premieres Dec. 4 (Netflix).• The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, season 4, is the final run for Kiernan Shipka’s teenage witch, who, when we last saw her, had split herself into two people in an effort to save the world. Premieres Dec. 31 (Netflix).• The Liberator is an animated limited series about a World War II military officer who returns to the battle field after nearly being killed in battle. The series tars Bradley James, based on the book The Liberator: One World War II Soldier’s 500-Day Odyssey by Alex Kershaw. Premieres Nov. 11 (Netflix).• Run is a movie thriller about a tragic mother and daughter, starring Sarah Paulson and Kiera Allen. Premieres Nov. 20 (Hulu).• A Teacher is a drama about a teacher who has a devastatingly destructive affair with her student. Starring Kate Mara and Nick Robinson. Premieres Nov. 10 (FX).For all the latest TV and streaming trailers, subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel.CASTING: Emmy Winner Uzo Aduba Starring in New Season of HBO Therapy Drama In TreatmentDebbie DayOrange Is the New Black and Mrs. America Emmy winner Uzo Aduba will star in the fourth season of HBO’s In Treatment, with a scheduled 2021 premiere. She will play Dr. Brooke Lawrence, the lead therapist in the return of the series that debuted on HBO in 2008. Divorce and Wings alum Thomas Haden Church has signed on to star in and executive produce the Fox comedy The Texanist, based on the Texas Monthly magazine column about an Austin radio show host who doles out advice about the Texas way of doing things to natives and newcomers to the state. Emmy winner Church is a current resident of Texas who also grew up there.The Get Down alum Jaden Michael will play young Colin Kaepernick in Netflix’s Colin in Black White, the six-episode series created by Kaepernick and Emmy winner Ava DuVernay.  Emmy nominee Michael Starrbury writes the series and serves as executive producer, alongside DuVernay and Kaepernick, who will appear as himself as narrator of the autobiographical series.Allison Tolman and Nick Frost will star in the second season of the CBS All Access dark comedy anthology series Why Woman Kill. The new season will feature a new ensemble cast and storylines set in 1949, exploring the lengths one woman will go to in order to finally belong. Tolman will play Alma, a timid and awkward housewife who’s hopeful about her future, until her life is disrupted when she learns about her husband’s secret hobby. British actor, writer, and director Frost will play Bertram, Alma’s kind, good-natured veterinarian husband whose secret hobby is darker than his jovial nature would suggest.Rosario Dawson has joined the cast of Hulu’s opioid crisis drama Dopesick, playing tough DEA agent Bridget Meyer in the eight-episode series that stars Michael Keaton and is written by Danny Strong. (TV Line)The Office alum Craig Robinson will host Fox’s new celeb reality series The Masked Dancer, which premieres in December. He’ll be joined by panelists Ken Jeong, Paula Abdul, Brian Austin Green, and Ashley Tisdale as the show does for famous types willing to shake their groove things while wearing head-to-toe silly costumes what The Masked Singer does for crooning celebrities.Marilyn Manson, Ali Larter, C. Thomas Howell, Ryan Kwanten, Denise Crosby, Breckin Meyer, Ted Raimi, and Kevin Dillon are among the cast for the second season of Creepshow, the hit Shudder horror series from The Walking Dead director, producer, and special effects whiz Greg Nicotero.Apple TV+’s international drama Pachinko, which will be told in Korean, Japanese and English, has announced its cast. The series, based on the bestselling novel by author Min Jin Lee, chronicles the hopes and dreams of four generations of a Korean immigrant family, and will star Min Ho Lee, Jin Ha, Anna Sawai, Minha Kim, Soji Arai, and Kaho Minami. Soo Hugh (The Terror and The Killing) is creator, writer, executive producer, and showrunner on the project.Amazon’s ranch-set mystery drama Outer Range, starring Josh Brolin, has added Lili Taylor, Tom Pelphrey, and Tamara Podemski to the cast. Taylor will play Cecilia, the wife of Brolin’s rancher owner Royal Abbott, while Pelphrey is Perry, the oldest Abbott son, and Podemski plays Joy, the first gay, Native American county sheriff candidate. (Deadline) PRODUCTION DEVELOPMENT: Jon Stewart Returns! The Daily Show Alum Will Host a New Current Affairs Series for Apple TV+(Photo by Jay L. Clendenin/Courtesy Apple TV+)Jon Stewart is coming back to TV on a regular basis: The Daily Show alum has signed a deal with Apple TV+ that will include a new current affairs series, a multiple season, one-hour, single-issue show that will explore topics that are currently part of the national conversation and his advocacy work. The topic of each season will be further explored in a companion podcast. Apple also has a first-look deal Stewart on projects to be produced and developed for the service.Stewart’s Big Daddy co-star Adam Sandler will star in Netflix’s adaptation of Czech author Jaroslav Kalfar’s novel Spaceman of Bohemia. Chernobyl miniseries director Johan Renk will direct the story, about an astronaut (Sandler) whose marriage is falling apart while he’s on an eight-month space mission. When he thinks he has befriended a giant talking space spider, it may actually be a sign that he’s having a mental breakdown. (THR)Ava DuVernay is developing an NBC drama, Sovereign, about an Indigenous family trying to maintain control of their tribe’s future in the face of threats within and outside the family. Navajo Nation member Navajo Nation member Sydney Freeland co-wrote the pilot based on a story from DuVernay, who will executive producer the series with Cheyenne and Mescalero Apache Tribal Nations member Bird Runningwater. (TV Line)Netflix has picked up the thriller Born to Be Murdered, starring Tenet star and Ballers alum John David Washington. The movie, expected to debut in 2021, is the story of a couple (Washington and Alicia Vikander) who, while on vacation in Greece, become involved in a “violent conspiracy.” Call My By Your Name director and producer Luca Guadagnino produced the story. (THR)Netflix also picked up the Toronto Film Festival standout Concrete Cowboy, the drama starring Idris Elba and Stranger Things and The New Edition Story star Caleb McLaughlin, for a likely 2021 release. The film, which also features When They See Us Emmy winner Jharrel Jerome, follows 15-year-old Detroit native Cole, who’s sent to live with his dad Harp (Elba) in Philadelphia, where he learns about the urban cowboy culture. Lorraine Toussaint and Method Man also co-star/ (THR)Dick Wolf and former showrunner of The Chi, Ayanna Floyd Davis, are in early talks with Peacock to develop a reboot of Wolf’s ‘90s cop drama New York Undercover. The original 1994-99 series, which aired on Fox and starred Malik Yoba and Michael DeLorenzo, will be written by Floyd Davis and is a “re-examination of the original, reflecting the current times,” according to Deadline.Olympic bronze medalist figure skater and Dancing with the Stars champ Adam Rippon is developing a figure skating comedy for NBC. Rippon will act as an executive producer on the series, which will “tackle the oversized ambitions, underwhelming talent, and boundless heart as one woman fights her family, failing knees, and every other skater on the ice.” (Variety)Emmy-winning Sopranos writer Terence Winter is adapting the book Friends of the Family: The Inside Story of the Mafia Cops Case as a drama series. The book, by Tommy Dades and Mike Vecchione, tells the true story of a pair of NYPD detectives who were secretly working for the mafia. (Deadline)It’s a Neighbors reunion: stars of that film, Rose Byrne and Seth Rogen, will reunite with the movie’s director, Nick Stoller, for the Apple TV+ comedy series called Platonic, about a pair of childhood friends who reconnect as adults, repair the rift that separated them as children, and engage in an all-consuming friendship.HBO Max and Cartoon Network are rebooting the 1990-92 Steven Spielberg-produced series Tiny Toon Adventures as Tiny Toons Looniversity, which will find Babs, Buster Bunny and their friends going off to the titular institution of “hijinx” learning. Spielberg will return as an executive producer.A Soundtrack for Your Halloween Decorations (To Drive Your Neighbors Insane)If you really, really love the Unsolved Mysteries theme song, Netflix has a Halloween treat for you: a five-hour version of the tune.

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Ghcxuf The bestselling video game franchise Resident Evil already has a major film franchise, but the story is now being mined for TV in a Netflix series. Also headed to the small screen: a charity special that reunites the cast of The West Wing for a reading of the famous  Hartsfield s Landing episode. HBO has added a slew of famous faces to new projects Between the World and Me and Equal. Learn about these and more casting, development and trailer news that happened in TV this week.TOP STORYNetflix Orders Resident Evil SeriesStep aside Walking Dead. One of the most popular, best-selling survival horror video games of all time, Resident Evil, is getting a scripted animated series adaptation at Netflix (and no, it won t be related to Paul W. S. Anderson s Milla Jovovich movies). The streaming service has teamed up with Capcom to bring the story, set in two different timelines, to your screen. In the first timeline, 14-year-old sisters Jade and Billie Wesker are moved to New Raccoon City. A manufactured, corporate town, forced on them right as adolescence is in full swing. But the more time they spend there, the more they come to realize that the town is more than it seems and their father may be concealing dark secrets. Secrets that could destroy the world, reads the official description. Cut to the second timeline, well over a decade into the future: there are less than 15 million people left on Earth. And more than six billion monsters — people and animals infected with the T-virus. Jade, now 30, struggles to survive in this New World, while the secrets from her past — about her sister, her father and herself — continue to haunt her. Former Supernatural showrunner Andrew Dabb will be at the helm of the new series, and fans need not worry because Resident Evil is his favorite game of all time. For every type of Resident Evil fan, including those joining us for the first time, the series will be complete with a lot of old friends, and some things (bloodthirsty, insane things) people have never seen before,  Dabb said in a statement.The West Wing Cast Reuniting for New Special(Photo by NBC)Aaron Sorkin and his West Wing cast are reuniting for a very good cause: The creative team from the long-running political drama, which ended in 2006 after seven seasons, have teamed up with Michelle Obama for a fundraiser in support of When We All Vote. The non-profit, non-partisan organization, co-chaired by the former First Lady, was founded to increase participation in every election in America.A West Wing Special to Benefit When We All Vote, directed by Thomas Schlamme, will see Rob Lowe, Dulé Hill, Allison Janney, Janel Moloney, Richard Schiff, Bradley Whitford and Martin Sheen perform a staged reading of the episode Hartsfield s Landing as well as a special message from Obama, plus additional cast members and special guests from the worlds of public service and the arts. It ll film over multiple days in October at the Orpheum Theatre in Downtown Los Angeles. WarnerMedia will also make a donation to the organization.New Trailers: Netflix Is Making The WitcherThe second season of The Witcher is currently filming in Europe, but that doesn t mean you have to wait until 2021 for new Witcher content. Netflix has released a trailer for its new behind-the-scenes documentary Making The Witcher, which provides 32 minutes of star Henry Cavill and the other people responsible for the visual effects, fight choreography, and more. It s available to watch on Netflix now.More trailers and teasers released this week:Millie Bobby Brown plays Sherlock s teenage little sister in Enola Holmes, the new Netflix movie that premieres Sept. 23.A new trailer for Raised By Wolves, the HBO Max sci-fi series from Ridley Scott, features new footage and premieres Sept. 3 on the streaming service.Peacock s latest British import is the alternate history drama Noughts + Crosses, which premieres Sept. 4.Tom Wolfe s astronaut history The Right Stuff gets a TV series adaptation in the new drama from National Geographic, premiering October 9 on Disney+.Netflix limited series The Queen s Gambit, about a young chess prodigy, premieres Oct. 23.For all the latest TV and streaming trailers, subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel.Casting: Big Mouth Finds Its New MissyComedian Ayo Edebiri will be the new voice of Missy on Netflix s animated coming-of-age comedy Big Mouth. The biracial character has been voiced by Jenny Slate since season one, but Edebiri will take over in the penultimate episode of the upcoming fourth season as Missy continues to evolve. Edebiri has also joined the writer s room for season five. Big Mouth s fourth season will premiere this fall, and the series has already been renewed by Netflix through season six.HBO has added more than a half dozen new performers to the cast of its adaptation of Between the World and Me: Emmy winner Jharrel Jerome, Marc Bamuthi Joseph, Janet Mock, Jason Moran, Wendell Pierce, Mj Rodriguez, Kendrick Sampson, Yara Shahidi, and Michelle Wilson are joining the previously announced cast of Angela Bassett, Alicia Garza, Joe Morton, Phylicia Rashad, Tariq “Black Thought” Trotter, Courtney B. Vance, Pauletta Washington, Susan Kelechi Watson and Oprah Winfrey. The production is based on the critically acclaimed stage show that adapts Ta-Nehisi Coates No. 1 New York Times-bestseller of the same name.Luke Cage has a new gig: Mike Colter, formerly known as the Marvel superhero and more recently seen starring in CBS s Evil, appears in Jenji Kohan s remotely produced pandemic anthology series Social Distance alongside Danielle Brooks (Orange Is the New Black), Asante Blackk (When They See Us), Daphne Rubin-Vega (In the Heights), Okieriete Onaodowan (Hamilton), Peter Scanavino (Law Order: SVU), Guillermo Diaz (Scandal), Becky Ann Baker (Girls) and Dylan Baker (The Good Wife), and Oscar Nunez (The Office). The cast members filmed themselves from home, and some of their real-life family members will star alongside them.The HBO docuseries Equal has hired Cheyenne Jackson, Anthony Rapp, Shannon Purser, Heather Matarazzo, Jamie Clayton, Isis King, Samira Wiley, Gale Harold, and more to play trailblazing LGBTQ+ icons.Mary McCormack is joining former Arrow star Stephen Amell in the Starz wrestling drama Heels. She ll play Willie, the business partner of Jack Spade (Amell) and the brains behind the local wrestling organization that she helps run.This Is Us star Justin Hartley will play both star and executive producer in The Noel Diary, a film adaptation of Richard Paul Evans’ 2017 novel. He ll be joined in the Netflix drama by Bonnie Bedelia and Treat Williams.Production Development: NBC Scores Tiger King-Inspired Scripted Series Joe Exotic(Photo by Netflix)A scripted series based on the unbelievable-but-true story documented in Tiger King is officially headed to NBC: Kate McKinnon will play wildlife enthusiast Carole Baskin in Joe Exotic, based not on the wildly popular Netflix docuseries (pictured), but the Wondery podcast of the same name.Keira Knightley is trying her hand at TV, starring in and executive producing the Apple TV+ series The Essex Serpent. The period drama is based on Sarah Perry’s bestselling novel of the same name. The series follows newly widowed Cora (Knightley) who, having being released from an abusive marriage, relocates from Victorian London to the small village of Aldwinter in Essex, intrigued by a local superstition that a mythical creature known as the Essex Serpent has returned to the area.Iconic animated series The Powerpuff Girls is getting a live-action adaptation: Mega-producer Greg Berlanti has teamed up with Diablo Cody to develop a continuation of the story featuring the titular superheroes as jaded, disillusioned twentysomethings who resent that they essentially lost their child hood to fighting crime. But when the world needs them more than ever, will they push past their ill feelings and reunite?Fox is doubling down on its musical reality series this fall: The network is pairing its hit The Masked Singer with a brand new series called I Can See Your Voice. Hosted by Ken Jeong, who will sit on a panel alongside actresses Cheryl Hines and Adrienne Bailon-Houghton, the judges will be joined by a rotating panel of celebrity detectives to help each contestant try to figure out whether someone is a good or a bad singer without ever hearing them sing a note. Using clues, interrogation, and lip sync challenges, the contestant will ultimately choose one person who will then duet with a musician to reveal their true skills. It will premiere on Wednesday, Sept. 23 after the fourth season premiere of The Masked Singer.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.Correction: A previous version of this story stated that Netflix s Resident Evil series would be live action; however, it is animated. 😈😈

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亚博手机网 t is shaken when a sudden event makes her rethink her teen years and who she really wants to be.Justin Timberlake will play The Gong Show host Chuck Barris in an Apple TV+ series about Barris’ life. The series will be based on the late Barris’ 1984 memoir Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, in which he claimed his gigs as game show host and creator of game shows The Dating Game and The Newlywed Game were actually covers for his other job: as CIA assassin. The book was already adapted as the 2002 George Clooney–directed movie adaptation of the same name, with Sam Rockwell playing Barris. (Deadline)(Photo by Cindy Ord/Getty Images for FIJI Water)Renée Elise Goldsberry, star of Hamilton and Tina Fey’s upcoming Peacock series Girls5Eva, will also star in the Disney+ Marvel series She-Hulk, playing a character named Amelia. The series, starring Tatiana Malany in the title role, started filming this week in Atlanta. (Deadline)Christine Elise McCarthy and Alex Vincent are the latest Child’s Play franchise stars who will join their titular creepy doll co-star in the upcoming USA/Syfy series Chucky. McCarthy (Beverly Hills 90210) will again play Kyle, which she also played in Child’s Play 2 and Cult of Chucky, while Vincent will play Andy Barclay, a role he played in the original 1988 Child’s Playmovie, as well as Child’s Play 2 and Curse of Chucky. Original movie star Brad Dourif is returning as the voice of Chucky in the series, while Dourif’s daughter Fiona will reprise her role as Nica, which she played in Curse of Chucky and Cult of Chucky. Jennifer Tilly (Bride of Chucky, Seed of Chucky, Curse of Chucky, and Cult of Chucky), Barbara Alyn Woods (One Tree Hill) and her daughter Alyvia Alyn Lind (The Young and the Restless), and Devon Sawa (Final Destination) also star. (EW)District 9 star Sharlto Copley has joined the upcoming second season of Natasha Lyonne’s Netflix hit Russian Doll. No details have been released about the storyline or new characters for season 2 of the dramedy. (Deadline)All-American star Jordan Belfi will join the cast of NBC’s Good Girls for a recurring role this season. He’ll play Z, who Dean (Matthew Lillard) meets when he gets mixed up with a multi-level marketing group. (Deadline)New Amsterdam star Anupam Kher, one of the series’ original cast members as Dr. Vijay Kapoor, has left the series to spend more time with his wife, actress Kirron, as she battles cancer. (EW) Rob Delaney will co-star with Chiwetel Ejiofor in Showtime’s The Man Who Fell to Earth. Catastrophe alum Delaney will play Hatch Flood, the black sheep of a wealthy tech family who becomes involved with Ejiofor’s titular alien character. Andrew Dice Clay and Pepi Sonuga (9-1-1) are joining the cast of Hulu’s Pam Tommy limited series about the infamous sex tape made by former marrieds Pam Anderson and Tommy Lee. Clay will play a shady loan shark character, while Sonuga will play Anderson’s best friend. (Deadline)PRODUCTION DEVELOPMENT: Hulu’s The 39 Steps Limited Series Will Star Benedict Cumberbatch(Photo by Dave J Hogan/Getty Images for Entone)Hulu is developing a limited series adaptation of the classic 1915 John Buchan thriller novel and 1935 Alfred Hitchcock movie The 39 Steps, starring Benedict Cumberbatch. Reteaming with his Patrick Melrose director Edward Berger on the project, Cumberbatch will play Richard Hanney, a man who becomes a pawn in a global conspiracy to change the world, via 39 steps. The actor and Berger are also executive producers on the limited series. (Deadline)Magic Mike star Channing Tatum and director Steven Soderbergh are among the executive producers of The Real Magic Mike, an upcoming HBO Max reality series in which 10 men will compete for cash and a shot to perform in the Magic Mike Live stage show in Las Vegas.Kenan co-star Don Johnson confirmed he’s set to begin production in San Francisco on a Nash Bridges reboot that may be a full reboot or a two-hour movie, airing on NBC or Peacock. He’ll be joined by original co-stars Cheech Marin and Jeff Perry. (TVLine)EPIX has greenlit the 10-episode sci-fi horror series From, created by John Griffin (Crater). The cliffhanger-packed drama “unravels the mystery of a nightmarish town in middle America that traps all those who enter. As the unwilling residents fight to keep a sense of normalcy and search for a way out, they must also survive the threats of the surrounding forest – including the terrifying creatures that come out when the sun goes down.” Game of Thrones and Lost director Jack Bender directs the first four episodes of From, which begins production in May in Nova Scotia for a planned 2022 premiere.(Photo by Russ Martin/CBS)Star Trek: Picard and upcoming Strange New Worlds co-showrunner Akiva Goldsman says the new series, which stars Anson Mount as original Trek captain Christopher Pike, will be more episodic, like the original series that launched the Trek universe, with stories jumping from horror to “hard sci-fi” to more comedic turns, like the classic “The Trouble with Tribbles” installment. (THR)Ron Howard and his character-actor brother Clint are writing a joint memoir about their lives as child actors. The Boys: A Memoir of Hollywood and Family will be released on October 12 from William Morrow, and will unfold a story “by turns confessional, nostalgic, heartwarming, and harrowing” that “lifts the lid on the Howard brothers’ closely held lives. It’s the journey of a tight four-person family unit that held fast in an unforgiving business and of two brothers who survived child-actor syndrome to become fulfilled adults.”VAX LINE: The Concert to Reunite the World will air and stream on May 8 as a concert to try to inspire vaccine confidence around the world. Selena Gomez hosts and performers include Foo Fighters, Jennifer Lopez, Eddie Vedder,  J Balvin and H.E.R. for the special, which will air on ABC, CBS, FOX, YouTube, and iHeartMedia.Demi Lovato may be doing double duty for NBC, as the network ordered pilots for her comedy Hungry and romantic comedy Someone Out There. The autobiographical Hungry stars Lovato (who also executive produces) as the member of an eating disorder group, and the romantic comedy stars the singer and actress as one half of a stubborn duo who are inspired by strangers to change their ways and potentially find love (and possibly with each other).Netflix will be the home for the live-action movie adaptation of the 1979 TV series Gundam, which Brian K. Vaughn (Y: The Last Man) will write and Kong: Skull Island director  Jordan Vogt-Roberts will direct.Colton Underwood, star of season 23 of ABC’s The Bachelor, announced he is gay during an interview on Good Morning America on Wednesday, and on Thursday Variety reported he is filming a reality show for Netflix about living as a gay man.The original cast of NBC’s ER, including George Clooney, Noah Wyle, Laura Innes, Anthony Edwards, Paul Crane, Ming-Na Wen, Gloria Reuben, Julianna Margulies, Goran Visnjic, Yvette Freeman, CCH Pounder, and Alex Kingston, are reuniting on April 22 in a live, virtual gathering on Stars in the House, in a benefit for the Waterkeeper Alliance, the global nonprofit focusing on clean water. Reuben is the president of Waterkeeper Alliance, and the reunion will stream on People magazine’s social media platforms at 8 PM ET on April 22.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

(Photo by ©DreamWorks SKG/Courtesy Everett Collection)Some dragons are big and scary and could definitely kill you with a single exhale — and others, like How to Train Your Dragon s Toothless, are big old sweethearts who just so happen to breathe fire.Toothless (and his human BFF Hiccup) are back for more adventures in How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, as they set out on a new journey to protect their dragon utopia of Berk and head to a world they previously though only existed in myths and legends.In honor of Toothless new adventure, Rotten Tomatoes has rounded up pop culture’s most famous — and infamous — dragons. Which is your favorite? 一定意义上,ACT+手游是一对比较矛盾的组合。内容上做减法容易两边都不讨好,重度玩家无感,轻中度玩家体会不到ACT的核心魅力。重度还原的话又有成本高,目标玩家口味刁钻等挑战,就连最常规的付费点都不适用。

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(Photo by United Film Distribution, Universal, Weinstein Company / courtesy Everett Collection)All George A. Romero Movies Ranked by TomatometerGeorge A. Romero s first movie, Night of the Living Dead, released in 1968, walloped the country with its black-and-white dread and gore; infused with progressive casting and social commentary, it single-handedly created the modern-day zombie genre. His final movie Survival of the Dead, released 2009 and eight years before his death had, well, not quite the same impact, but discloses Romero s lifelong commitment to the zombie revolution he spearheaded. The movies he made in-between these two Deads represent a visionary s rocky but tenacious journey through the industry, frequently compromised or pigeonholed, but true to a drive to shake up the conventions of horror.Night of the Living Dead took the space-age hopes of a nation on the cusp of landing on the moon and cut it to ribbons, fashioning an ambiguous backstory of a downed space craft whose radiation transforms the freshly deceased into mindless flesh-hungry shamblers. Romero was keen to quickly climb out of the horror genre pit, releasing rom-com There s Always Vanilla in 1971, and then drama Season of the Witch in 73, whose distributor chopped out 40 minutes and marketed as softcore. Both films have gone little-seen since.With his talents apparently unwanted outside of horror, Romero returned to the genre and filled out the rest of the 70s with his best streak of movies: virus-based The Crazies, vampire deconstruction Martin, and the legendary Dawn of the Dead. With this Night of the Living Dead sequel, Romero took a maximalist approach: More social commentary, more characters, more action, and, of course, much more gore. The effects had people literally blowing their tops off. We call it the #1 zombie movie you must see.Dawn s success gave Romero enough cred to make one last go at it outside horror: Knightriders, a 2.5-hour personal drama about a troupe of Reniassance Faire-esque moto-performers. Romero, still one of the biggest names in horror even in the 80s age of the slasher, collaborated with the biggest name in literary horror, Stephen King, for anthology Creepshow. 1985 s Day of the Dead took aim at the human psychological breakdown that came with living in the undead post-apocalypse, concluding his ultimate at-the-time trilogy of zombie cinema.Romero then entered big studio production with Monkey Shines for Orion Pictures, which balked at the movie s initial long runtime, and were desperate for a hit. (They didn t get one.) He collaborated with Dario Argento for 1990 s Two Evil Eyes, each adapting Edgar Allan Poe, before making Dark Half for Orion, which was still desperate for a hit. (They still didn t get one.)It d be seven years before Romero s next film, Bruiser. And then five years after that for Land of the Dead, a highly credible return to zombie land after two decades away, working with his biggest budget ever. He would stay among the Dead for the rest of his career, following Land with found-footage reboot Diary of the Dead, shot in his native Pittsburgh area, where he set a majority of his films. Survival came out two years after that. And now, we pay tribute to the godfather of zombies by ranking all George A. Romero movies by Tomatometer!

亚博手机网 Chris Evans took a break from his Marvel superhero duties in 2013 to star in Bong Joon-ho s sci-fi movie Snowpiercer. Based on the 1982 French graphic novel Le Transperceneige, the story followed a high-speed, non-stop bullet train filled with the final remnants of the human race as a second Ice Age turned the planet into an unlivable, post-climate change wasteland.The inhabitants on-board the locomotive represent a sampling of a society that was all but wiped out. The overcrowded back-end of the train is where the underprivileged exist, forced to follow the various orders handed down by militia, while they eat gelatinous blocks of protein for every meal. Contrasting this gritty despair is that of the passengers residing in the front of the train. Here, it s like a high-class vacation every day, where the elite are pampered with all sorts of perks like sushi, pedicures, and lavish nighttime parties.Bong s film was widely celebrated, so it wasn t too surprising when it was announced two years later that a Snowpiercer TV series was in development. A pilot was ordered in 2016, and TNT ordered the series in 2018.It s been four years since the news hit, though. During that time, the project has been hit with a flurry of setbacks. Behind-the-scenes creative disputes and the shuffling of the project — it was moved from TNT to TBS, and then back again — has kept the series stuck in development hell.After all this time, it is looking like the small-screen adaptation of this futuristic dystopian tale is finally on a hopeful trajectory. So let s get into the nitty-gritty and explore everything we know about the upcoming Snowpiercer TV series.A STELLAR CAST IS ON BOARD(Photo by Monica Burns/Turner)For such a high-concept TV series, one would expect a collection of top-notch actors to come along for the ride, and the ensemble brought together for the TNT series is pretty impressive. After 19 years, Academy Award-winner Jennifer Connelly (Alita: Battle Angel) returns to television — anyone remember the short-lived procedural, The $treet? — to play first-class passenger and head of hospitality Melanie Cavill. Tony Award–winner Daveed Diggs, who is best known for his roles in the musical Hamilton and his feature writing debut Blindspotting, plays former police detective Layton Well, a man who lives in squalor in the back of the train.Other actors featured in the show s cast include Mickey Sumner (American Made), Tony Award-winner Lena Hall (Hedwig and the Angry Inch), Annalise Basso (Slender Man), Steven Ogg (The Walking Dead), and Timothy V. Murphy (Sons of Anarchy).EXPECT MORE CLASS STRUGGLES, SOCIAL POLITICS, AND SOME EPIC WORLD-BUILDING(Photo by TNT)In the new series, the constantly-moving, self-sustaining train that is known to its inhabitants as the Rattling Ark will still be there. But while we re getting the futuristic visuals of this post-apocalyptic version of Noah s Ark — along with the similar themes of class, race, and social politics featured in the graphic novel and movie — the mechanics of the Snowpiercer world will be expanded. As a fan of the film and reading the scripts, it broadens the world exponentially. And that s one of the advantages of TV: you have time, series star Diggs previously told IGN. So the politics that are hinted at in the film are explored in much more depth, and the mechanism of the train [is explored further] — just the little things that create a world, world specificity. During a panel at the 2017 Television Critics Association press tour, TNT boss Kevin Reilly teased a central mystery that would be the throughline in season 1, saying it would focus on characters stuck together in an intense environment in a game of survival. Diggs further touched on the class commentary featured in the series at the program s NYCC panel.“Anyone who’s from a marginalized community knows there’s a kind of togetherness that comes out of necessity, and a feeling of family and lack of lying from having to band together,” Diggs said. “So there are some good things, but no amenities. It’s pretty bleak; it’s hard to raise children with no resources. They’re dealing with truly extreme circumstances, so the idea that there’s something to fight for is pretty intense.”A SHOWRUNNER SHAKE-UP SLOWED EVERYTHING DOWN (Photo by Michael Kovac/Getty Images)A year after TNT ordered Snowpiercer to series, Josh Friedman (War of the Worlds) was brought on to run the show. Just weeks later, after production officially began, Friedman was replaced by Orphan Black co-creator Graeme Manson (pictu

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