从2018年12月正式对外发布，到2020年12月国服上线，《使命召唤手游》的国服版本整整经历了两年时间的打磨。虽然耗费的时间长并不一定就能做出一款高品质的游戏，但是这么长的时间至少证明了一件事情，那就是游戏的制作商并没有急着上线赚钱，而是很有耐心的去打磨游戏品质。如今《使命召唤手游》已经上线，我们从玩家的评价中可以看出，绝大多数玩家对这款手游还是非常满意的，即便是有一些小瑕疵，玩家们也保持着较为宽容的态度。并且游戏官方的更新优化速度也很快，一些小问题甚至还没来得及让更多的玩家发现，就已经处理好了！ If season 2 of Riverdale was all about discovering the identity of the Black Hood, season 3 is all about the Gargoyle King.Since the beginning of the season, kids all over town have been playing Gryphons and Gargoyles, a role-playing game with decidedly deadly consequences. Its victims include Ben Button (Moses Theissen) and Dilton Doiley (Major Curda), who both hoped to “ascend” and meet the game s shadowy villain, the Gargoyle King — who is also a real person in Riverdale.During Rotten Tomatoes’ recent visit to the set, most cast members (including Cole Sprouse) were mum about their thoughts on the identity of the Gargoyle King. Only Casey Cott, Riverdale’s Kevin Keller, was kind enough to offer even a joking guess: Jughead’s (Sprouse) sister Jellybean (Trinity Linkins).“I think it s like an 8-year-old — insane — it s like Pinky and The Brain,” he quipped. “Jughead’s Pinky and Jellybean s the Brain.”Cott added that the actual Gargoyle King costume gives the set a very different mood as “it s freakin weird. It s this massive, very strange-looking thing.”Thanks to the season’s fourth episode, “The Midnight Club,” we know the Gargoyle King’s costume existed 30 years ago. And thanks to Betty’s detective work, we can also surmise whoever killed Principal Featherhead (Anthony Michael Hall) is involved in the current spate of ritualized murders and suicides — if not the same person.Below, we ve put together a current list of Gargoyle Ki
而对于此前还没有玩过这款游戏的玩家，我们今天就来讲讲，《使命召唤手游》有哪些内容是一定要体验的，而且绝对会让你爱上这款游戏。亚博真人APPRon Perlman has played some monster characters throughout his career, notably the titular Hellboy in two Guillermo del Toro–directed films about that red, horned, cigar-smoking comic book anti-hero; the grizzled gang leader Clay Morrow in FX biker drama Sons of Anarchy; and even his breakout role as Vincent from CBS s live-action Beauty and the Beast series, in which he starred opposite Linda Hamilton. With his latest series, he adds to the list. A lot of the characters that I ve played without makeup that are, you know, seemingly human are the most monstrous things I ve ever done, Perlman told Rotten Tomatoes when discussing new Peacock series, The Capture, which premieres on the launch day of NBC s new streaming service.The Capture — so incredibly well-rendered and so smart, the actor said — takes viewers deep into a highly surveilled world in which anyone with the wherewithal, and motive, can alter video footage and place a crime that never happened at the foot of a would-be criminal of their choosing.In the six-episode series, which was recently renewed by the BBC for a second season, Perlman plays Frank Napier, a CIA official leading a small team that monitors CCTV, the UK s expansive network of security cameras, in the name of upholding justice. But at what cost does such justice come where video evidence of a crime that was supposedly committed, may have been a hoax all along?(Photo by BBC/Heyday Films/Nick Wall)Perlman co-stars opposite Holliday Grainger (Patrick Melrose) as DI Rachel Carey and Callum Turner (Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald) as Shawn Emery, a former soldier framed for murder. With recent technological breakthroughs in deep-fake technology and the ever-growing trend of distrusting facts, the series fictional concept of Correction (the truth-altering tech featured in the series) feels both completely terrifying and absolutely plausible. [It s about] things I m personally obsessed with, in regards to the people that we look to in order to keep us safe and protected, Perlman said. How pure can we expect their motivations to be? Are their personal agendas spilling over into the things that (we hope) they do for purely ideological reasons? You know, for, hopefully, the greater good? These are all important questions to ask, especially when the news cycle is continuously recounting stories of law enforcement entities and government agencies that aren t exactly serving the people s best interests.Speaking on the series, and the many issues currently facing Americans, Perlman is quick to identify the ripped apart nature of our politics where you don t know what you re being sold or who s selling it to you, a lot of the time. And for an actor who has been famously outspoken in his progressive beliefs on Twitter — he was briefly suspended from the platform in 2019 for comments made in a now-deleted tweet celebrating the death of Koch Industries Vice Chairman David Koch, and he recently got involved in an online scuffle with Republican Sen. Ted Cruz — his decision to play a conservative-leaning character in a questionable position of power becomes more intriguing.In The Capture, Perlman s Frank makes some callous choices and steps over the line of morality more than once in the interest of upholding national and international security. When asked if Napier is a monster, the actor has trouble giving a definitive answer. You can make an argument that Frank is so multifaceted that it s hard to figure out where the monster in him ends and the humanity begins, Perlman explained. So I mean, one of the fascinating things about trying to figure out how to play the guy is, for the whole history of the show, you ll walk away not knowing, was he a good guy? Was he a bad guy? I just don t know. (Photo by Sony Pictures)On the big screen, Perlman continues to team up with his close friend Del Toro. In the long-awaited new adaptation of Pinocchio, he plays Mangiafuoco, a character known to many as Stromboli, thanks to Walt Disney s 1940 film classic.He also appears in Paul W.S. Anderson s upcoming Monster Hunter, a big-budget movie adaptation of Capcom s action role-playing video game of the same name that stars Milla Jovovich and Tony Jaa. The movie was scheduled to open this September, but has been pushed back to April 2021. Perlman, who described his role as Admiral in the flick to Comic Book Movie as a lot of chewing the scenery, was mostly mum about specific story details, but gave an impression of what to expect. I m not a gamer, so I m not familiar with the video game, Perlman said. I know that it has a huge following and huge popularity. I know that the production that Sony gave it, under the great leadership of Paul W.S. Anderson, was top draw. You know, it was just such a phenomenal experience and seemed like we were making a big-time movie — lots of titillating juicy battle scenes and chase scenes. There are a lot of high stakes, so this should be a good one to watch. And what about that a highly-publicized Twitter spat between Perlman and Cruz? The whole thing began after the U.S. Soccer Federation repealed its policy that prohibited athletes from kneeling during the national anthem as an act of protest against police brutality.The news drew ire from the likes of President Donald Trump and Republican Congressman Matt Gaetz who shamed the sports institution. Perlman soon added his two cents on Twitter, saying, The US Soccer team called and you guessed it said they couldn’t give any less of a f k about what you two dips ts think.”A follow-up tweet, directed at Gaetz and showing a photo of Rep. Jim Jordan, a former wrestling coach accused of ignoring athletes reports of abuse by a doctor at Ohio State University, caught the attention of Cruz and sparked the war of words between the actor and the senator, who challenged Perlman to a wrestling match — with Jordan.The bizarre back-and-forth led Perlman to present a counteroffer to Cruz, promoting the idea that if the senator himself would face him in the ring, he d donate ,000 dollars to Black Lives Matter. They traded a few more barbs before things quieted down, but Perlman is still up for the challenge.Though he has made it very clear that he ll never play Hellboy on the big screen again, Perlman said he may be willing to reprise the role through voice-over in a virtual wrestling match with Cruz — perhaps in an animated special akin to, say, MTV s old Celebrity Death Match cartoon series. Would he step into Hellboy s shoes one more time for such a special occasion? Absolutely, said Perlman, laughing. [Cruz has] just said so many things that are so damaging to the concept of human discourse. He s one of the guys who has the most deleterious effect on the American consciousness, which is: He s designed to make us cynical. He s designed to make us disengaged. He s designed his whole modus operandi to say stuff that makes us into disbelievers rather than people who are rallying around some beautiful concepts that Americans pledge allegiance to. He s a diabolical villain. And so any chance I get virtually to have a smackdown with this motherf er, I would jump at the opportunity. The Capture launches on Peacock on July 15.
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9.73.0 9月喜迎(Photo by Warner Bros)Toronto International Film Festival just announced the lineup for their 2019 fest and looks like it s going to be a banner year. Running September 5 15, these 10 days kick off awards seasons, with TIFF in recent years ascending as one of the premier tastemakers in gold trophies, while maintaining its cool, upstart cred and internet hype-friendly selections. Here are some notable entries for 2019, followed by the full festival list.Joker is probably the highest-profile selection, a standalone supervillain story starring Joaquin Phoenix as he tracks the origins of Batman s greatest foe. Knives Out is Rian Johnson s post-Last Jedi flick, a contempo murder mystery with a decked-out cast. The Lighthouse is the latest from The Witch s Robert Eggers, a black-and-white fantasy/horror film starring Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe and set in the 1890s. Jojo Rabbit is from director Taika Waititi (who also stars as Adolf Hitler), returning to his indie roots before he ll be back for Thor: Love and Thunder.Women are staying in the picture with multiple major films. The festival will be closing with Radioactive, Marjane Satrapi s biopic of Marie Curie starring Rosamund Pike. Marielle Heller follows the Best Actor and Actress-nominated Can You Ever Forgive Me? with promise of another major performance with Tom Hanks in A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, all about the legendary Fred Rogers. Kasi Lemmons is putting out Harriet, starring Cynthia Erivo as Harriet Tubman, who led hundreds of American slaves to freedom on the Underground Railroad. Hustlers was made by Lorene Scafaria, and that one depicts the true story of strippers who ripped off Wall Street brokers, echoing the female-driven heist flick Widows. Meanwhile, the animated Abominable was co-directed by Jill Culton, bringing a little breezy levity to the fest.GalaOpening night: Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band, directed by Daniel RoherClosing night: Radioactive, directed by Marjane SatrapiA Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, directed by Marielle HellerAbominable, directed by Jill CultonAmerican Woman, directed by Semi ChellasBlackbird, directed by Roger MichellClemency, directed by Chinonye ChukwuFord v Ferrari, directed by James MangoldHarriet, directed by Kasi LemmonsHustlers, directed by Lorene ScafariaJoker, directed by Todd PhillipsJust Mercy, directed by Destin Daniel CrettonOrdinary Love, directed by Lisa Barros D Sa, Glenn LeyburnThe Goldfinch, directed by John CrowleyThe Sky Is Pink, directed by Shonali BoseThe Song of Names, directed by François GirardTrue History of the Kelly Gang, directed by Justin KurzelWestern Stars, directed by Thom Zimny, Bruce SpringsteenSpecial presentationsA Herdade, directed by Tiago GuedesBad Education, directed by Cory FinleyComing Home Again, directed by Wayne WangDolemite is My Name, directed by Craig BrewerEma, directed by Pablo LarraínEndings, Beginnings, directed by Drake DoremusFrankie, directed by Ira SachsGreed, directed by Michael WinterbottomGuest of Honour, directed by Atom EgoyanHeroic Losers, directed by Sebastian BorenszteinHoney Boy, directed by Alma Har elHope Gap, directed by William NicholsonHow to Build a Girl, directed by Coky GiedroycI Am Woman, directed by Unjoo MoonJojo Rabbit, directed by Taika WaititiJudy, directed by Rupert GooldKnives Out, directed by Rian JohnsonLa Belle Époque, directed by Nicolas BedosMarriage Story, directed by Noah BaumbachMilitary Wives, directed by Peter CattaneoMotherless Brooklyn, directed by Edward NortonNo. 7 Cherry Lane, directed by YonfanPain and Glory, directed by Pedro AlmodóvarParasite, directed by Bong Joon-hoPelican Blood, directed by Katrin GebbePortrait of a Lady on Fire, directed by Céline SciammaSaturday Fiction, directed by Lou YeThe Friend, directed by Gabriela CowperthwaiteThe Laundromat, directed by Steven SoderberghThe Lighthouse, directed by Robert EggersThe Other Lamb, directed by Malgorzata SzumowskaThe Painted Bird, directed by Václav MarhoulThe Personal History of David Copperfield, directed by Armando IannucciThe Report, directed by Scott Z BurnsThe Two Popes, directed by Fernando MeirellesUncut Gems, directed by Benny Safdie, Josh SafdieWeathering With You, directed by Makoto ShinkaiWhile at War, directed by Alejandro Amenábar
One of the most anticipated movies of 2020, and one of the few tentpole releases still opening this year, Christoper Nolan’s Tenet is… Christopher Nolan’s Tenet. That is to say, based on the mostly-positive first reviews of the sci-fi spy thriller, you know what you’re getting into, but also you have no idea. The movie, which stars John David Washington and Robert Pattinson, appears to be another difficult one to describe, plot-wise, in part because of spoilers, but it s also celebrated for its action and mind-blowing effects, even if you don’t care about any of the characters. And while some critics suggest the film needs to be seen on the big screen, we encourage you to check here for the latest information on how movie theaters are implementing new safety regulations in light of COVID-19.With that said, here’s what critics are saying about Tenet:How does it compare to the rest of Nolan s filmography?It’s one of his most daring sci-fi narratives yet, and the results are truly phenomenal. Linda Marric, The Jewish ChronicleTenet exceeds our already sky-high expectations… It is undeniably the most audacious film of his career – which is saying something. James Mottram, South China Morning PostTenet is as intricately and exquisitely designed as Nolan’s earlier work. It boasts some of the most spectacular, memorable set-pieces of his career. Clarisse Loughrey, IndependentTenet is not Christopher Nolan’s masterpiece, but it is another thrilling entry into his canon. Matt Purslow, IGNTenet is the first time I felt he gets too carried away with his own concept. Casey Chong, Casey s Movie Mania(Photo by Melinda Sue Gordon/©2020 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.)So what is it about, anyway?What’s narratively most interesting about it is strictly off-limits in any pre-screening discussion. Guy Lodge, VarietyWe’re not even sure we could spoil this one if we tried. Simon Miraudo, Student EdgeThe palindromic title has some narrative correlation — albeit in an exhausting, rather joyless way. Mike McCahill, IndieWireCan we expect another mind-bending delight?If Nolan s Inception baked your noodle, prepare for a whole new level of bewilderment. Andy Lea, Daily StarTenet will have you saying Wow, but also Huh?, Wha …? and WTF??!!! Radheyan Simonpillai, NOW TorontoTenet is not in itself that difficult to understand: It’s more convoluted than it is complex, wider than it is deep, and there’s more linearity to its form than you might guess. Guy Lodge, VarietyThe fun with Tenet lies not in trying to decipher the whats or the whys but in simply admiring the how. Adam Woodward, Little White LiesI watched the movie twice for this review, and still feel very confused about what is supposed to be going on and why. Leslie Felperin, Hollywood Reporter(Photo by Melinda Sue Gordon/©2020 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.)Is it more about the visuals?Tenet frequently delivers mind-blowing moments that are unlike anything you ve seen (or even thought about) before. Ian Sandwell, Digital SpyTenet is best approached as an experience to be felt rather than comprehensively understood. Sit back, relax and prepare to have your mind blown. James Mottram, South China Morning PostAn absolute treat as a Movie Event… Tenet’s deployment of stupefying practical special effects is pure wizardry. Shannon Conellan, MashableNolan’s commitment to shooting practically achieves an effect akin to first seeing the T-Rex stomp onscreen in Jurassic Park – it’s a film that shows you the impossible in a way that’s indistinguishable from reality. Jordan Farley, Total FilmTake away the time-bending gimmick, and Tenet is a series of timidly generic set pieces: heists, car chases, bomb disposals, more heists… but gosh, does he blow stuff up good. Jessica Kiang, New York TimesHow is the action?The action exceeds anything Nolan has ever done before. Radheyan Simonpillai, NOW TorontoThe sheer meticulousness of Nolan’s grand-canvas action aesthetic is enthralling, as if to compensate for the stray loose threads and teasing paradoxes of his screenplay — or perhaps simply to underline that they don’t matter all that much. Guy Lodge, VarietyIf Nolan has out-Nolaned himself, it’s in the action set-pieces which, despite being of head-scrambling technical intricacy, are sharper than Occam’s razor and carried off with astonishing economy. Adam Woodward, Little White LiesBig, bombastic and does everything with the most epic scale possible. It’s a lot like being punched in the face by Cinema™, in the best and worst ways. Tom Beasley, Flickering Myth(Photo by Melinda Sue Gordon/©2020 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.)Are the stakes compelling?It’s the rare action film where the characters don’t just say the world will end if they fail in their mission – you feel it, too. Clarisse Loughrey, IndependentTenet’s stakes are too high, perhaps, to really have any emotional impact. Rosie Fletcher, Den of GeekWhat is the movie reminiscent of?Tenet revisits the terrain of 2000’s Memento with more money… yet plot-wise, Tenet has more in common with Minority Report. Mike McCahill, IndieWireTenet can feel like a 0 million remake of Primer, with a fiendishly brilliant but confounding narrative that practically demands one or two rewatches to fully appreciate the big picture. Jordan Farley, Total FilmIt may echo the cleverness of Rian Johnson’s Looper and Shane Carruth’s Primer in its dizzying disregard for linear chronology, but the plotting is muddled rather than complex. Nicholas Barber, The WrapIt’s reminiscent of Steven Knight’s Serenity influences range from La Jetée to From Russia With Love. Radheyan Simonpillai, NOW TorontoBut what does it really feel like?Nolan has made his own Bond film here, borrowing everything he likes about it, binning everything he doesn’t, then Nolaning it all up. Alex Godfrey, Empire MagazineThe fanciest James Bond romp you ever did see, complete with dizzy global location-hopping, car chases that slip and loop like spaghetti, and bespoke tailoring you actually want to reach into the screen and stroke. Guy Lodge, VarietyThis is absolutely Nolan delivering his James Bond movie, only Bond never had to deal with inverted bullets. Ian Sandwell, Digital Spy(Photo by Melinda Sue Gordon/©2020 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.)How is the cast?David Washington is rock solid in the lead role… Robert Pattinson brings his A-game. Adam Woodward, Little White LiesRobert Pattinson puts in a truly electrifying turn. Linda Marric, The Jewish ChronicleOnly Elizabeth Debicki and Kenneth Branagh made quite an impression in their respective roles. Casey Chong, Casey s Movie ManiaBranagh is unexpectedly fearsome. Clarisse Loughrey, IndependentBut do we care about their characters enough?Though leads John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, and Elizabeth Debicki bring a level of solid integrity to their characters while wrapped up in flawless costumes, we’re left without any idea of who they actually are. Shannon Conellan, MashableTenet suggests Nolan no longer has any interest in human beings beyond assets on a poster or dots on a diagram. Simon Miraudo, Student EdgeTenet is by no means a movie about race. But Washington does appear to lean into what his race brings to the role. Radheyan Simonpillai, NOW TorontoWhat are the movie s biggest issues?Tenet’s coldness is what keeps it just short of greatness… the viewer’s investment is purely intellectual. Laura Potier, Starburst[It] feels strangely hollow and coldly detached. So detached to the point that Nolan’s otherwise great acting ensemble fails to connect emotionally. Casey Chong, Casey s Movie ManiaIt’s hard to work out what’s happening. It’s harder still to care. Donald Clarke, Irish TimesFor a film which prides itself on its innovative outlook, its portrayal of gender roles can feel surprisingly old-fashioned. Linda Marric, The Jewish ChronicleRyan FujitaniDo we need to see it in a theater (if we can)?This is certainly the biggest bang for your buck of the year so far. See it on the biggest screen you can with the very best sound system. Rosie Fletcher, Den of GeekViewed solely from its technical point-of-view… This is a must-see on the biggest screen possible. Casey Chong, Casey s Movie ManiaIt’s best experienced in a huge, dark room. Matt Purslow, IGNDemands to be seen in a cinema, and on the biggest possible screen… But Tenet will later thrive in home viewing formats, giving viewers the chance to pause and go back over tricky passages. Jonathan Romney, Los Angeles Times[Note: Information on movie theater safety precautions can be found here.]Tenet will debut in several global markets on August 26-28 and open in limited theaters in the U.S. on September 3 before expanding wider around the world.
Average Tomatometer Score/Rank: 81.25% (11th)Average Audience Score/Rank: 77% (15th)Average Domestic Box Office/Rank: 1,579,893.13 (7th)Films: Spider-Man, Spider-Man 2, Spider-Man 3, The Amazing Spider-Man, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Spider-Man: Far from HomeConsidering DC Comics characters Superman and Batman both had a number of blockbuster films to their names before the turn of the millennium, it s a little surprising that Marvel s own A-lister, Spider-Man, failed to make a successful transition to the big screen until 2002. When he did finally debut in theaters, under the guidance of Sam Raimi, he not only kicked off one of the most successful superhero franchises ever, but also helped lay the groundwork for the massive paradigm shift in Hollywood that would eventually bring us the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the DC Extended Universe, for starters. Of course, Sony Pictures efforts to retain the rights to the character have famously resulted in two reboots and a parallel animated series, but the results overall have been rather spectacular. Raimi s original trilogy starring Tobey Maguire as Peter Parker, the MCU-related films with Tom Holland in the role, and the animated Into the Spider-Verse have all largely been critically acclaimed money-makers, and even the first of Andrew Garfield s two outings as the famous wallcrawler is generally well regarded. Spidey may be a late bloomer compared to his DC counterparts, but he s been the most consistent solo hero of them all.5. Back to the Future(Photo by Universal Pictures)Average Tomatometer Score/Rank: 78% (12th)Average Audience Score/Rank: 85.7% (4th)Average Domestic Box Office/Rank: 8,209,623 (16th)Films: Back to the Future, Back to the Future Part II,
(Photo by Naughty Dog/Sony Interactive Entertainment)Seven years after first announcing that they d be making a movie out of the video game The Last of Us, and five since those plans collapsed, Sony is now bringing the sneaky and scary survival horror game to HBO, with some familiar names helping out.Based on the 2013 game, The Last of Us is set in 2033, 20 years after the world s population, and thus society has been decimated by a fungal infestation of the brain that initially makes its victims violently insane and feral, and later destroys their eyes, forcing them to use echo location to find people and rip their throats out. Here s everything we know so far about the anticipated adaptation.What Is the Game About?(Photo by Naughty Dog/Sony Interactive Entertainment)In The Last of Us, tough-guy survivor Joel Miller is hired to escort a teenager named Ellie through the wasteland and to some doctors who believe that Ellie may be the cure to the plague. As they make their way from what used to be Boston to what s left of Salt Lake City, they run into the usual post-apocalyptic tropes, including roving groups of infected, a couple of cannibals, some huge jerks, and a giraffe who s escaped from a zoo and is getting out while the getting is good.It s expected that while the show will mostly follow the plot of the first game, it may incorporate elements from The Last of Us Part II, which is set five years after the first game. That said, it actually seems more likely that they ll pull elements from The Last of Us: Left Behind, an Ellie-centric prequel set before the events of the first game.But the series is expected to expand upon the game s story as well, including, apparently, some elements that were previously cut from the game. In an interview with the BBC Sounds Must Watch webcast, series co-creator and writer Craig Mazin said of his Naughty Dog collaborator on the series, Neil [Druckmann], at one point, he was like, You know, there s one thing we were talking about [doing in the first game] for a while, and then he told me what it was, and I was like — gonk! — OK, jaw drop, that s going in. We have to do that. Mazin also said, So the changes that we’re making are designed to fill things out and expand. Not to undo, but rather to enhance, adding that, It s not like we just decided, ‘Well, wouldn t it be cool if there’s one episode where Joel and Ellie get on motorcycles and confront a motorcycle gang?’ There s no episodic nonsense here. The things that are new and enhancing of the storyline that we re doing are connected in organic, serious ways that I think fans of the game and newcomers alike will appreciate. Who Will Star in It?(Photo by Toni Anne Barson/WireImage; Dave J Hogan/Getty Images)Fittingly, the cast announced so far includes a few video game veterans. For the role of father figure Joel, the producers chose Pedro Pascal (Game of Thrones, The Mandolorian), who has interactive experience from voicing Paolo in the 2016 sneaky action game Dishonored 2, while Ellie will be played by Pascal s Thrones co-star Bella Ramsey, who voiced Freya in Doctor Who Infinity: The Dalek Invasion of Time. Then there s The Flight Attentant’s Merle Dandridge, who will play Marlene like she did in the first game (and briefly the second).Anna Torv (Fringe, Mindhunter) is the most recent casting announced. Deadline reports Torv will play smuggler Tess, who accompanies Joel to get Ellie to the Fireflies.The cast also includes an Us veteran in Bosch s Jeffrey Pierce, who was the voice of Joel s BFF Tommy in both games, but will, according to Deadline, have a recurring role as a rebel in a quarantine zone, while Chernobyl’s Con O Neill, who voiced Titchy Gren in the game Dark Souls II, will be joined by Murray Bartlett (Iron Fist) as survivalists living alone in their own isolated town. As for others who don t have any games on their resumes, we also have Gabriel Luna (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Terminator: Dark Fate), who has been cast as Joel s younger brother Tommy, and young Nico Parker, who made her screen debut in Disney s live-action Dumbo, guest-starring as Joel s daughter, Sarah.Who Is Developing the Series?(Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)The series will feature some of the same names as the games. Druckmann — who was the writer and a co-director of the first game and a co-writer and co-director of its recently released sequel — is one of the show s co-creators alongside Mazin, and will probably write or co-write some episodes, while one of the show s execut
The early months of 2020 saw unprecedented changes in the movie industry as Hollywood attempted figure out how best to respond a global crisis. Part of that response was to bring movies to the home market earlier than usual, with at least one film, Trolls World Tour, opting to release on home entertainment media on the same day as its scheduled theatrical debut. For others, it has meant postponing opening weekends, even if no new date has been announced (you can find those films in our TBD section below).With all of that said, there is still a wealth of exciting movies this year, even if we have to wait a little bit longer for some of them. We ve still got a new entry from Pixar in Soul, and Gal Gadot embraces the 80s in Wonder Woman 1984. Plus, we re also getting a slew of new thrillers, horror films, animated treats, action-adventures, and more. The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly turned things upside down this year, but there are still some things we can look forward to, so start marking these titles in your calendar. [Updated on 11/5/20]Jan-Mar | Apr-June | July-Sep | Oct-Dec | TBDBreakdown of 2020 Movie DelaysThe Best Movies of 2019 | The Most Anticipated Movies of 2021JanuaryThe Grudge (2020) 21%Directed by: Nicolas PesceStarring: Andrea Riseborough, Betty Gilpin, John Cho, Demian Bichir, Lin ShayeOpening on: January 3, 2020A remake of the American remake of the Japanese horror favorite, Grudge once again focuses on a vengeful ghost with a long memory. Critical darling Andrea Riseborough stars, and director Nicolas Pesce has some form: critics called his The Eyes of My Mother a haunting slasher.Bad Boys for Life (2020) 76%Directed by: Adil El Arbi, Bilall FallahStarring: Will Smith, Martin LawrenceOpening on: January 17, 2020Bad Boys and Bad Boys II may both be Rotten, but they live in the hearts of many action fans as exemplary buddy-cop flicks, and both have Audience Scores of 78%. While original director Michael Bay is not coming back for Bad Boys for Life, producer Jerry Bruckheimer is overseeing the film, and we have confidence that directors Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah of Black and Gangsta will match his signature style and pace.Dolittle (2020) 14%Directed by: Stephen GaghanStarring: Robert Downey Jr., Michael Sheen, Antonio Banderas, Tom Holland, Selena Gomez, Marion Cotillard, John CenaOpening on: January 17, 2020After a pair of poorly received films starring Eddie Murphy, Robert Downey Jr. is ready to take up the mantle of Doctor Dolittle in a new screen adaptation directed by Stephen Gaghan (Gold, Syriana). This film will be based more on the second book by author Hugh Lofting, and it will co-star Antonio Banderas and Michael Sheen, with the voices of Tom Holland, Marion Cotillard, Selena Gomez, John Cena, Emma Thompson, and more.Weathering With You (2019) 92%Directed by: Makoto ShinkaiStarring: Kotaro Daigo, Nana Mori, Tsubasa Honda, Shun Oguri, Sakura KiryuOpening on: January 17, 2020The latest animated adventure from Makoto Shinkai, the acclaimed director of Your Name, centers on a pair of teens, one of whom can control the weather, who meet and form a bond with each other, before one of them reveals a secret that will change both of them forever.The Gentlemen (2020) 75%Directed by: Guy RitchieStarring: Matthew McConaughey, Charlie Hunnam, Michelle Dockery, Hugh Grant, Jeremy Strong, Colin Farrell, Henry GoldingOpening on: January 24, 2020After a bit of a departure with 2019 s live-action Aladdin remake, Guy Ritchie returns to his roots with this British gangster tale about an American expat (Matthew McConaughey) with a weed empire in London whose imminent retirement from the business spawns a criminal free-for-all for his territory. Fans of Ritchie s early work are excited to see him at the helm of another crime caper, and it s hard to beat the sight of a slimy-looking Hugh Grant playing against type.The Rhythm Section (2020) 29%Directed by: Reed MoranoStarring: Blake Lively, Jude Law, Sterling K. Brown, Max CasellaOpening on: January 31, 2020Blake Lively stars in the latest troubled female assassin movie, based on the eponymous novel by Mark Burnell. She plays Stephanie Patrick, a plane crash survivor who wants to get to the bottom of the disaster that killed her family and discovers it was no accident, which sets her on a path of revenge.Gretel & Hansel (2020) 63%Directed by: Oz PerkinsStarring: Sophia Lillis, Sammy Leakey, Alice KrigeOpening on: January 31, 2020From the director who previously brought us The Blackcoat s Daughter and I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House comes a dark new take on the classic fairy tale about a brother and sister who fall prey to cannibalistic witch that entices them with tasty treats. Sophia Lillis (It, Sharp Objects) and Sammy Leakey star as the titular duo, who embark on a desperate search for food, only to encounter something far more evil than we ve seen in any previous iteration of the story.FebruaryBirds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) (2020) 79%Directed by: Cathy YanStarring: Margot Robbie, Jurnee Smollett-Ball, Mary Elizabeth WinsteadOpening on: February 7, 2020We last saw Margot Robbie s wily Harley Quinn get in all kinds of trouble in Suicide Squad. What happens when she joins Birds of Prey, DC s all-ladies team of adventurers? Sheer. Unadulterated. Mayhem. Along for the ride will be Jurnee Smollett-Bell and Mary Elizabeth Winstead, who were cast as Black Canary and Huntress, respectively, in September, and Rosie Perez, playing Renee Montoya. They will face off against Ewan McGregor as the Black Mask.The Lodge (2019) 74%Directed by: Severin Fiala, Veronika FranzStarring: Riley Keough, Jaeden Martell, Lia McHugh, Richard ArmitageOpening on: February 7, 2020Severin Fiala and Veronika Franz, the duo who brought us 2014 s chilling psychological thriller Goodnight Mommy, return with another striking horror film. Riley Keough plays Grace, a young woman who is left alone at a winter lodge with her boyfriend s two children but not everything, or everyone, is quite what they seem, and as secrets are revealed and tensions rise, there may be more than just personal history to worry about.The Photograph (2020) 75%Directed by: Stella MeghieStarring: LaKeith Stanfield, Issa Rae, Chelsea Peretti, Courtney B. Vance, Kelvin Harrison Jr., Lil Rel Howery, Rob MorganOpening on: February 14, 2020LaKeith Stanfield and Issa Rae star in this romantic drama about a woman named Mae whose mother dies and leaves behind a photograph that reveals secrets about her past. As Mae delves deeper into her mother s life, she begins to fall for a journalist assigned to write a story about her.Downhill (2020) 38%Directed by: Nat Faxon, Jim RashStarring: Will Ferrell, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Miranda Otto, Kristofer Hivju, Zach WoodsOpening on: February 14, 2020Nat Faxon and Jim Rash helm this remake of the 2014 Swedish comedy-drama Force Majeure, which centers on a married relationship on the rocks after the husband abandons the family during an avalanche scare. In this version, that couple is played by Will Ferrell and Julia Louis-Dreyfus, indicating it may lean a little harder on the comedy than the drama, and what more perfect way to celebrate Valentine s Day than to watch another couple in a passive-aggressive tug of war?Sonic the Hedgehog (2020) 63%Directed by: Jeff FowlerStarring: James Marsden, Ben Schwartz, Jim Carrey, Tika Sumpter, Neal McDonoughOpening on: February 14, 2020The first trailer for this adaptation of the classic video game famously drew the ire of Sonic fans around the world, prompting the studio to announce that it would be updating the look of the character. This led to a push back from its original 2019 release date – but on the plus side, those same fans were all about Jim Carrey as villain Dr. Robotnik. An updated trailer featuring a redesigned Sonic that was released in November of 2019 was met with wholehearted approval from fans, so here s hoping the rest of the film is up to snuff.Blumhouse's Fantasy Island (2020) 8%Directed by: Jeff WadlowStarring: Lucy Hale, Maggie Q, Portia Doubleday, Charlotte McKinney, Michael Peña, Michael RookerOpening on: February 14, 2020Moviegoers of a certain age may remember the popular TV drama Fantasy Island, in which visitors to the titular vacation spot would be granted a chance to live out their wildest fantasies for a price. Blumhouse has decided to twist the concept into one of its horror offerings to bring it to the big screen, as this adaptation centers on a group of guests whose fantasies spiral out of control dangerously, and they must figure out how to survive.The Call of the Wild (2020) 62%Directed by: Chris SandersStarring: Harrison Ford, Omar Sy, Karen Gillan, Dan Stevens, Bradley WhitfordOpening on: February 21, 2020The classic Jack London novel gets the big screen treatment again, and judging from its first trailer, it would seem that it focuses only on a small portion of the source material, much like the 1935 adaptation starring Clark Gable. In this film, a St. Bernard/Scotch Collie mix named Buck is stolen and transported up into Yukon territory, where he befriends a man named John Thornton and embarks on an adventure. Harrison Ford takes the lead human role, while Buck himself looks to be entirely CGI.The Invisible Man (2020) 91%Directed by: Leigh WhannellStarring: Elisabeth Moss, Aldis Hodge, Oliver Jackson-Cohen, Storm ReidOpening on: February 28, 2020After 2017 s The Mummy failed to launch Universal s cinematic universe of classic monsters, they handed the reins of The Invisible Man over to their horror partners at Blumhouse for a modern, updated standalone feature. Elisabeth Moss stars as the former lover of an abusive sociopath who has committed suicide or has he? Maybe that s him breathing over her shoulder and lighting things on fire in her house.MarchOnward (2020) 88%Directed by: Dan ScanlonStarring: Tom Holland, Chris Pratt, Octavia Spencer, Julia Louis-DreyfusOpening on: March 6, 2020Marvel stars Tom Holland and Chris Pratt lend their voices to Pixar s latest film, a fantasy adventure set in a contemporary world filled with magical creatures about a pair of elf brothers who set off on a road trip with the reanimated lower extremities of their deceased father to discover if there is any real magic left to be found.Bloodshot (2020) 30%Directed by: Dave WilsonStarring: Vin Diesel, Eiza Gonzalez, Sam HeughanOpening on: March 13, 2020Who is Bloodshot? If the Valiant Comics assassin s relaunch series was any indication, that is the big question. An unstoppable super-soldier powered by nanomachines, Bloodshot s past is a mystery to him, and he s on a mission to find out who he is and who – or what – is controlling him. With Vin Diesel as the titular character, expect a heavy side of testosterone with this slice of sci-fi.AprilTrolls World Tour (2020) 71%Directed by: Walt Dohrn, David P. SmithStarring: Anna Kendrick, Justin Timberlake, Jamie Dornan, Sam Rockwell, Rachel Bloom, Anderson.PaakOpening on: April 10, 2020After saving their colors and learning the true value of happiness in the Certified Fresh Trolls, the high-haired crew returns for another groovy adventure with Anna Kendrick again starring as Queen Poppy. She will be joined by a star-studded cast including Sam Rockwell, Rachel Bloom, Anthony Ramos, Anderson.Paak, Karan Soni, Flula Borg, Jamie Dornan, Kelly Clarkson, and more.SCOOB! (2020) 48%Directed by: Tony CervoneStarring: Zac Efron, Amanda Seyfried, Gina Rodriguez, Frank Welker, Will Forte, Mark WahlbergPremiering on VOD on: May 15, 2020Warner Bros. offers up a new animated film based on the classic Hanna Barbera characters, this time focusing on the relationship between Shaggy (voiced by Will Forte) and Scooby-Doo (Frank Welker). We get to see how the two met and became best buds before teaming up with Fred (Zac Efron), Daphne (Amanda Seyfried), and Velma (Gina Rodriguez) to solve crimes. Also, Scoob talks in full sentences now. Originally slated for a theatrical release, the film is now scheduled to go straight to VOD rental instead.The Lovebirds (2020) 66%Directed by: Michael ShowalterStarring: Kumail Nanjiani, Issa Rae, Anna CampPremiering on: May 22 on Netflix (formerly April 3, 2020)Kumail Nanjiani and Issa Rae star in this romantic comedy about a couple on the verge of a break-up who become embroiled in a murder mystery and must work together to clear their name. Veteran comedy writer Michael Showalter, who previously directed Nanjiani in the sleeper hit The Big Sick, is back in the director s chair for this one, with Pitch Perfect s Anna Camp in a supporting role. After being pulled from its initial theatrical release, it was announced that The Lovebirds would move directly to Netflix, but a launch date for the comedy has not been announced yet.Artemis Fowl (2020) 8%Directed by: Kenneth BranaghStarring: Ferdia Shaw, Judi Dench, Josh Gad, Colin Farrell, Hong ChauPremiering on: June 12 on Disney+Director Kenneth Branagh and stars Judi Dench and Josh Gad, who all worked together on last year s Murder on the Orient Express, reunite for this adaptation of the popular fantasy book series that centers on a young criminal mastermind who kidnaps a fairy in hopes of ransoming her to an evil pixie in exchange for his father. With all of the release date shake-ups due to the coronavirus outbreak, Disney has decided to skip Artemis Fowl s theatrical release altogether, opting instead to release the film directly on its streaming service, Disney+.Greyhound (2020) 79%Directed by: Aaron SchneiderStarring: Tom Hanks, Elisabeth Shue, Stephen Graham, Lee Norris, Rob MorganOpening on: Premiering on Apple TV+ on July 10, 2020 (formerly June 12, 2020)Tom Hanks is no stranger to WWII movies (see: Saving Private Ryan), and he ll return to the theater of war to command the naval ship Greyhound, which was pursued by German U-boats across the Atlantic Ocean along with 36 other Allied ships. Director Aaron Schneider (Get Low) won an Oscar for Best Live Action Short back in 2003.AugustThe Personal History of David Copperfield (2019) 92%Directed by: Armando IannucciStarring: Dev Patel, Peter Capaldi, Aneurin Barnard, Ben Whishaw, Tilda Swinton, Hugh Laurie, Gwendoline Christie, Benedict WongOpening on: August 28, 2020 (formerly May 8, 2020)Dev Patel stars in a reimagining of the classic Charles Dickens novel, told through a comedic lens by Armando Iannucci, the man behind such scathing satires as In the Loop, The Death of Stalin, and HBO s Veep. The production boasts an impressive cast that includes Tilda Swinton, Hugh Laurie, Ben Whishaw, and Peter Capaldi.Bill & Ted Face the Music (2020) 82%Directed by: Dean ParisotStarring: Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter, Samara Weaving, Jillian Bell, Kristen Schaal, Anthony CarriganOpening on: August 28, 2020 (simultaneous VOD and select theater release)Bill S. Preston, Esq. and Ted Theodore Logan have all grown up, but their time-traveling adventures aren t over yet. In this decades-later sequel, the goofy duo are visited by someone from the future who tells them they must create a song to save the world. Will the Wyld Stallyns be up to the task? Of course they will.The New Mutants (2020) 36%Directed by: Josh BooneStarring: Anya Taylor-Joy, Maisie Williams, Charlie Heaton, Alice BragaOpening on: August 28, 2020The Fault in Our Stars director Josh Boone collects some of today’s hottest young stars — including Split’s Anya Taylor-Joy, Game of Thrones’ Maisie Williams, and Stranger Things’ Charlie Heaton — to play next-generation X-Men from Marvel’s comic book series of the same name. But the New Mutants’ dark path is riddled with horrors as they discover their abilities while imprisoned in a secret facility.SeptemberTenet (2020) 70%Directed by: Christopher NolanStarring: John David Washington, Elizabeth Debicki, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Robert Pattinson, Kenneth Branagh, Michael Caine, Himesh PatelOpening on: September 3, 2020 (formerly August 12, 2020)We knew for a while that Christopher Nolan s next film would be called Tenet, and we knew who was on board to star in it, but outside the fact that the story would have something to do with international espionage, we knew little else. The trailers for the film are cryptic enough that we still kind of don t know what s going on, but we do know that John David Washington will play some sort of agent who is able to experience time both forwards and backwards, sometimes simultaneously ? We think ? Originally scheduled for a July release, the film will now open in 70 markets worldwide on August 26 and in select theaters in the US on Labor Day weekend.I'm Thinking of Ending Things (2020) 82%Directed by: Charlie KaufmanStarring: Jesse Plemons, Jessie Buckley, Toni Collette, David ThewlisOpening on: September 4, 2020 (on Netflix)Writer-director Charlie Kaufman (Anomalisa, writer of Adaptation and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind) returns to the big screen after a five-year hiatus. Details are thin on his next film, though it s been described as a dramatic thriller about a couple en route to meet the boyfriend s parents even as the girlfriend is considering breaking up with him who are forced to take a detour that ends up being more perilous than they expected.Mulan (2020) 73%Directed by: Niki CaroStarring: Yifei Liu, Jet Li, Donnie Yen, Gong LiOpening on: September 4 , 2020 (.99 on Disney+)Following Disney s live-action remake trend comes Mulan, directed by Niki Caro of Whale Rider and North
亚博真人APP Joaquin Phoenix is making all the headlines with his magnetic performance in Todd Phillips Joker, but before he came along to give us all the creeps, who played the character best? We decided to look back at the history of the singularly iconic villain as portrayed on screen and take on the impossible task of figuring out the answer to that question. So how did we do it? Watch as Mark Ellis takes every big-screen version of the Joker and pits them against each other in four categories: Box Office/Tomatometer, Most Memorable, Most Dastardly Plan, and, of course, the Wild Card round. Check out the video to see who gets crowned the ultimate Clown Prince of Crime, and let us know in the comments who your favorite is!Joker opens everywhere on October 4.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
Birds of Prey (And The Fantabulous Emancipation Of One Harley Quinn) has been something of a question mark since filming first began. Would it continue ideas from 2017’s Suicide Squad? Would it be the quiet reboot of DC’s film universe that began in Wonder Woman? And, perhaps the most important question to fans of the Birds of Prey comic, would Harley take Barbara Gordon’s place as the founder of the team?Many of these questions are answered in the first proper trailer for the upcoming film, in which Harley (Margot Robbie) returns to Gotham City and finds a group of women also in search of a new direction. And since Robbie used Harley to get the Birds of Prey film out of development hell, the trailer is definitely more skewed toward her character. Nevertheless, we may have picked up a few things about the other Birds of Prey. Let’s take a look at what we uncovered from the trailer.Harley and Mistah J Are Kaput(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)While we’ve always known the film would focus on the end of their relationship, the trailer seems to confirm the split will take place off screen. It makes a certain amount of sense, as Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker is about to supplant Jared Leto’s take on the clown in moviegoers memories. At one time, their break-up was planned to span the Suicide Squad sequel, a Harley and Joker film, and separate films of their own. Bird of Prey moves all of that to a nice, nebulous past. Which, honestly, is for the best.For readers of DC s main comics universe, the pair have not been together for a good long time. But as the pop culture perception of these characters is always a reboot or two behind, a movie entirely about Harley discovering she can stand on her own is a genuinely compelling idea, even if it is taking place inside a Birds of Prey film. It also echoes the character’s ascent from Joker’s gun moll on Batman: The Animated Series to a strong presence in her own right with a long-standing comic book series and a dedicated legion of fans.Hopefully, those fans will want to see the story of Harley’s emancipation told this way.Black Mask Wants To Possess Harley(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)But as the break-up is clearly still fresh, Harley will be going through the stages of grief as the film begins. Her explanation to Black Canary (Jurnee Smollett-Bell) of what it means to be a harlequin reflects a sense of loss – even if Harley is better off without the Joker – suggesting she may want to find some sort of salve or rebound. Enter Roman Sionis (Ewan McGregor), a Gotham City mobster also known as Black Mask.From the trailer, it is clear he becomes fascinated with her right quick. Whether that’s because she’s already inadvertently foiled one of his schemes or because he spots her in that nightclub with Canary remains to be scene. Harley’s interest in Sionis also remains to be seen, but we imagine if it happens at all, it will be short lived and it will irk Sionis’s vanity.It makes him a rather well-suited adversary for Harley. A would-be claimant to Harley’s heart is, in a screwed up way, a claimant to Joker’s place in the Gotham City underworld. And for her part, Harley would have no interest in being property in this twisted (even for her standards) game of Catan. The trailer even features her declaring that she’s the one the city should fear. But it s easy to see Sionis not taking no for an answer and escalating things to a street war in Gotham.What that means for the other Birds – as they are announced as targets by the trailer’s end – will no doubt become the focus of another trailer.The Film Maintains The Brighter Suicide Squad Aesthetic(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)Earlier photos and posters – and that costume test video from last year – suggested the film would continue many of the visual elements of Suicide Squad’s more striking color palette. But the trailer declares, rather boldly, that the more extreme (and Harley-inspired) tones will form the core look in Birds of Prey. And, frankly, it looks fantastic.The bursts of color in Suicide Squad were centered around Harley anyway, so the neon bright purples and intense golds totally have a place in her solo adventure. At the same time, it makes Gotham City look totally different as theme parks, night clubs, and even the Gotham City Police precinct glimpsed in trailer live in that bolder, brighter world. Additionally, we couldn’t help but notice several shots in the trailer were filmed in and around Los Angeles. Other than a handful of brief shots in The Dark Knight Rises, LA has not properly played Gotham City since the 1960s, and its immediately identifiable sprawl makes for a markedly different Gotham, one that coalesces with Harley’s poppier look quite nicely. It may not square with Gotham s traditional East Coast vibe, but it reflects her new outlook.We also imagine that aesthetic will be quite a contrast for characters like Sionis and the Huntress (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) – characters known for being a little more monochrome. You can just about see Sionis’s aesthetic in the white suit glimpsed during the shots where he has Harley and some of the other Birds strung up. Huntress, for her part, is the only person dressed predominately in black throughout the trailer.Harley Has A Sidekick (After A Fashion)(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)Okay, Huntress isn’t the only person in dark clothes. At various points in the trailer – most notably at the end – Harley appears to have a sidekick. The character is Cassandra Cain, an established DC Comics entity with storied ties to the Batman Family – she’s a Batgirl.Introduced during the 1999 “No Man’s Land” storyline, the character was the mute daughter of one of Batman’s mentors. After Huntress took over and subsequently gave up the Batgirl identity (for reasons too long to discuss here), Cassandra took it for herself, impressing every member of Batman’s team along the way. She eventually found her voice and continued to be Batgirl for a few years before handing the persona off to fan favorite Stephanie Brown. But that’s a story for another day.In the context of Birds of Prey, Cassandra (Ella Jay Basco) will seemingly serve as a sidekick to Harley, which sort of honors her past in the comics. But we also imagine the sidekick thing will not last long, as Cassandra finds her own identity among these would-be heroes, even if it is tempting to say concepts like heroes and villains may be too simplistic for Birds of Prey. Cassandra s history in the comics supports the possibility Harley s inadvertent tutelage may lead Cassandra in a new direction.At the same time, it is important a Batgirl be part of the Birds of Prey film in some way because, after all, it was originally a Batgirl idea.The Birds of Prey Is Harley’s Idea(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)About half-way through the trailer, Harley announces the only way to defeat Sionis is for her, Cassandra, Black Canary, Huntress, and GCPD Detective Renee Montoya (Rosie Perez) to team up. This may end up being the biggest point of contention for fans of the Birds of Prey comic, as the person who originally suggested the team-up to these characters was Barbara Gordon, the original Batgirl.In DC Comics continuity at the time, Barbara never recovered the use of her legs after being shot by the Joker in The Killing Joke. She retired as Batgirl, but soon found a new identity as the information broker known as Oracle. With her real identity known only to Batman, she eventually formed an informal strike team comprised of Huntress and Black Canary. As the group became more solidified – and the three shared their secret identities – other females heroes like Lady Blackhawk and Dove began working with the group.But as Batgirl does not yet exist – in any form – in the DC film universe, she cannot serve as the unifying spark for the Birds of Prey. Harley replaces her here, and while it works within the context of the film, some fans may be left wondering where Barbara is and what she is doing.And since Birds of Prey screenwriter Christina Hodson is also developing a Batgirl film for Warner Bros, it is possible Birds of Prey will tease her existence in some way.Also, while we’re talking about these characters and the comic book links, we couldn’t help but notice the first shot of Montoya featured her walking out of a squad room with what appeared to be a “last day” box of personal effects (or it could just be full of evidence). A reboot or two ago, the character infamously quit the force in disgust and began a journey which saw her becoming a vigilante known as The Question. Will the film Montoya also find herself behind a mask? As it happens, she is wearing The Question s colors throughout the trailer.Hopefully, the next trailer will tell us more about the other Birds of Prey.Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) opens on February 7, 2020.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week. 首先，阴阳师的画风是非常精美好看的，游戏中各类人物的故事也相对丰满，动画效果、立体而吸引人。游戏中各种新奇的玩法层出不穷。新式神，新御魂，新皮肤，新插画，新联动，各种玩法都让这款手游变得非常的精彩。