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2. 公平游戏环境
In 2018, in the lead-up to the release of Avengers: Infinity War, Rotten Tomatoes sat down for an extended interview with Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige, in which he gave us a complete oral history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s first three phases. This week, as Marvel gets ready to release its first film into theaters in more than two years – the last being the Phase Three-capping Spider-Man: Far From Home – Feige again sat down with us for an exclusive extended chat, this time to reflect on the end of the Infinity Saga, the studio’s move into streaming limited series, and to preview some of the most anticipated titles coming up in a jam-packed Phase Four, from Chloé Zhao’s Eternals to Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.Recommended: Kevin Feige s Oral History of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Phases 1-3At lot had changed since we last spoke. For starters, the COVID-19 pandemic wreaked havoc on Marvel Studios’ release calendar (Black Widow was delayed more than a year) and its shooting schedule; production shutdowns meant that Falcon and the Winter Soldier, once slated to be the studio s first Disney+ series, ultimately had to follow WandaVision. Speaking of series: Disney launched its streaming service, Disney+, in November 2019, and with it came those two Marvel Studios series, plus Loki, currently airing, along with a dual same-day streaming/theatrical release of movies like Black Widow that will test the superhero giant’s box office might.(Photo by ©Marvel Studios)Then there was the corporate stand-off, in mid-2019, between Sony and Disney over deal terms related to their partnership on the Tom Holland Spider-Man movies, an impasse that threatened to pull Holland’s Peter Parker from the MCU together. We asked Feige about that period, one which he describes as “an emotional few months,” as well as other major moments for the studio over the last several years, including the recent acknowledgment that Loki Laufeyson is bisexual – and thus the first openly LGBTQ+ Marvel MCU character we’ve seen on screen – as well as the tragic death of Chadwick Boseman and what that means for the future of Black Panther.Plus, Feige gives us rare insights into what we can expect from Phase Four’s big newcomers, including Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings and Eternals. But, in this first part of our interview, he takes us up to Black Widow, beginning with a look back at a moment from Phase Three that still brings him chills – and one which gave millions of fans a sense of hope as the world was mired in lockdown. The Viral Clip of Audiences Reacting to Endgame “Took On New Meaning, Even For Me Personally, During Lockdown Last Year” Relatively early on in the pandemic, that clip from inside with audiences at Avengers: Endgame’s first theatrical run, went viral – with the people cheering for the on your left moment and when the portals opened up. It was wonderful because it reminded me of Endgame and the year before – I think I was in one of those theaters where somebody had recorded that – so that feeling was very special. But coming in the midst of this pandemic, when we had spent so much time in our homes, not surrounded by other people, it was a wonderful reminder of community and of a shared experience. We’ve all shared the pandemic experience apart, but that clip did take on, I think, new meaning, even for me personally, during the lockdown last year – not just a memory of the year before and the wonderful achievement that the Russo brothers and our entire cast and everybody at Marvel Studios pulled off with Endgame, but a promise of the future and of being in a theater again and having a shared experience like that someday in the future. I think it gave us hope. pic.twitter.com/gPn8pKchYs https://t.co/PPRp5G6CIA Chip Skylark (@mizzymicole) August 29, 2020“Seeing where people laugh or seeing where people get very quiet and still [in a theater], or where people cheer if we should be so lucky… there’s nothing better.” I’ve sat in theater a number of times with [Black Widow] – some pre-pandemic and some post, tomorrow being the first time that I ll be in a full theater watching the final version of the film with an audience. [Editor’s Note: Feige attended a fan screening in late June the day after this interview was conducted.] But every time we make a film, it is with the expectation of delivering on a promise of an experience, to be experienced together in a theater. And seeing where people laugh or seeing where people get very quiet and still, or where people cheer if we should be so lucky, in moments in the movie… We spend years and years trying to work up to those moments, and being in a theater and seeing it and seeing it happen, there s nothing better. Every decision we make is from the point of view of sitting in a crowded theater experiencing the story. (Photo by Marvel Studios/Disney+)“When Bob Iger told us his desire for us to produce shows for Disney+, it gave us a new avenue, frankly, to do something we hadn t been considering before: a deep dive on characters who deserve a deep dive but hadn t had the chance yet.” What you see now in Phase Four is still the combination of work of five or six years, in some cases. In the case of Shang-Chi, 10 or 15 years in the past – we have been working towards a Shang-Chi movie for many, many years; towards the Black Widow movie, as everybody knows, for many, many years. So those were always set as films. When Bob Iger told us about Disney+ and about his desire for us to produce shows for Disney+, it gave us a new avenue, frankly, to do something we hadn t been considering before, which was really doing a deep dive on characters who deserve a deep dive but hadn t had the chance yet. It took us four or five films to tell even a tiny story of Wanda Maximoff and The Vision.Same thing with Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes. It s a testament to those characters, and particularly to those actors, that the audience fell in love with them in what really amounted to a relatively short amount of screen time and a handful of films. But we knew they were being underutilized, both the characters and the actors, and we really wanted to have a showcase to show off how amazing those characters are and how amazing those actors are – and certainly Tom Hiddleston as Loki, as well. And also to do it in a new medium and do it in a way that couldn t be done in a feature film. (Photo by Marvel Studios/Disney+)“By the first few episodes of WandaVision, people are asking, ‘Where is Agnes going to show up again? What else is she going to do?’… Within the MCU, [Kathryn Hahn’s return]  can’t come soon enough.” We were all fans of [Kathryn Hahn] at Marvel Studios. And she had come in for a general meeting coincidentally right around the time we were trying to cast Agnes-slash-Agatha. It was one of those, Why didn t we think of this before? Louis D Esposito [co-president of Marvel Studios] actually sat down and had a general [meeting] with her. And it very quickly went from that: She s great. What could she do for us someday? Anyway, who s going to play Agatha? We really have to cast this part. Wait a second… It was honestly almost exactly like that.One of the great things in building the MCU is seeing audiences respond to characters that they were not expecting or that they were not asking for. I wouldn t say there was a huge contingency of people banging down the door for Agatha Harkness to appear in the MCU, but she s a great character portrayed by a great actress. And by the first few episodes people are asking, Where is she going to show up again? What else is she going to do? I think the same thing s happening right now with John Walker from The Falcon and Winter Soldier series and certainly with Mobius M. Mobius as portrayed by Owen Wilson in the Loki series. So, that is something that is so important to the MCU: including new characters. The comics are filled with many lifetimes of spectacular characters and when you find the best actors to portray them it can quickly go from an audience never hearing of a character to them upset with us that we haven t already announced their own standalone movie. And that makes us all very happy. Rotten Tomatoes: When will we see Agatha next? Someday. Someday soon. You will see Kathryn Hahn in Knives Out 2 next, then maybe an assortment of other things. But within the MCU, it can t come soon enough. Let s put it that way.(Photo by © Marvel Studios)“For Sam Wilson, wearing the red, white, and blue in America would be complex. That is what we were interested in exploring.” Of primary importance [with the creation of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier] was allowing Anthony Mackie to show the full range of what Anthony Mackie can do. Such an amazing, amazing actor, and same thing with Sebastian Stan as Bucky Barnes. But when old man Steve Rogers handed the shield to Sam Wilson at the end of Endgame, you could see a complexity in Anthony s performance there. Old man Cap says, How s it feel? And Sam says, Like it belongs to somebody else. And old man Steve says, It doesn t. It s yours. It wouldn t be that simple. It wouldn t be that simple for anyone to step into those shoes that Steve Rogers had worn, but particularly for Sam Wilson, wearing the red, white, and blue in America would be complex. That is what we were interested in exploring. That s what Anthony was interested in exploring – our fellow producers, Zoie Nagelhout and Nate Moore. And thankfully when Malcolm Spellman, our head writer, came on, is really when all of that it turned into the series that you saw.It is a series that he had written with his writing staff before the pandemic. We d started shooting that before lockdown. So [that was] in 2019. Some people have asked, Were you surprised that it become even more relevant after 2020? What we d gone through? And what Malcolm says is, Well it was relevant in 2019 as well, it s been relevant for 100s of years, which is exactly correct. Figuring out a way to both wear the red, white, and blue with pride, and acknowledge the past at the same time, seemed like an interesting needle to thread and one that we needed filmmaker like Kari Skogland and writer like Malcolm Spellman and his team to pull off. That thread will certainly continue into the future [in Captain America 4]. Yes, with our new Captain America. (Photo by © Marvel Studios)The Loki Team has taken “the TVA conceit that we ve loved so much and turned it into an entirely different way of looking at the MCU and looking at the timeline of the MCU.” I think everything we do, I hope, are building blocks towards the bigger MCU while actually just being entertaining pieces of art in and of themselves. The Loki series explores an organization from the comics that we ve been obsessed with for years at Marvel Studios called the Time Variance Authority. And honestly, 15, 20 years ago [we were] going, This is a great idea. I wonder if we could ever do something with this… Honestly, [we were] thinking it was a pipe dream that would never come to fruition. (But Avengers was a pipe dream 20 years ago.) And now that we have this series, our producer Kevin Wright and our director Kate Herron and our head writer Michael Waldron and executive producer Stephen Broussard have taken the TVA conceit that we ve loved so much and turned it into an entirely different way of looking at the MCU and looking at the timeline of the MCU.And yes, the potential of alternate realities that we ve heard whispers of from the Ancient One and from other characters in a few of our movies [is there], but [we re] actually being able to explore it and try to understand it in, again, a rather subversive way – in a very bureaucratic organization that may or may not be telling the truth about the way things work. The title character also being someone who you shouldn t necessarily take at face value, and is perhaps the most famous trickster that there is. (Photo by Marvel Studios)“Tom can take that enthusiasm with his immense amount of talent and really rally a crew behind him as well, which is what he did on that show.” Tom [Hiddleston] is as great an actor as they come. He s as charismatic a person as there is, but he also honestly loves that he s been given this chance, from the moment we hired him with Ken Branagh on the first Thor film to the response that episode three [of Loki] got the other week when it debuted on Disney+. Tom is just as enthusiastic from that first call to each episode of Loki coming out. And that is so important. I think all of us at Marvel Studios try to maintain that enthusiasm and acknowledgement and humility of how lucky we are to be in this position. Tom can take that with his immense amount of talent and really rally a crew behind him as well, which is what he did on that show.One of the other things that s personally so exciting about continuing a franchise for this long is getting to evolve your relationship with the cast. Tom started as an actor that Ken Branagh knew who – as people may know – famously auditioned not for Loki, but for Thor, and then felt very thankful to get this job as Loki. I now find myself thankful that he said yes and that he is an executive producer on this Loki series and is helping us make the series what it is. Relationships evolving over the years is one of the other great pleasures of working with spectacular talents like that. And that s true on films like Black Widow, which Scarlett Johansson was a producer on with us as well, and all of the Disney+ series. (Photo by Chuck Zlotnick. ©Marvel Studios 2021. All Rights Reserved.)On Loki’s Bisexuality: “Representation is important across the board and the comics chart the path.” Representation is important across the board, and the comics charts the path in almost all ways for what we do in the MCU. And in the comics there are many LGBTQ characters and we want to showcase that on the screen as well. We want to bring those characters to life on the screen. As Stan Lee used to say, Marvel represents the world outside your window. And outside of our window there are all different types of people in all different types of places with all different types of preferences and we want that reflected in the MCU and in our fictional world as it is in our real world. So it is of utmost importance that when people go in and see one of our films, or log on to Disney+ and watch one of our series, that it represents the true world outside their window when it comes to the types of people portraying the heroes and the characters in our world. (Photo by Marvel Studios)“That Scarlett chooses to continue to work and to bring Natasha Romanoff to life is a testament to the character of Natasha and how rich she is in the comics and how much more there was to explore.” Scarlett Johansson is just the perfect representation of an amazing actor lending their talents to our stories for a decade. That is an amazing privilege to have and one that we don t ever take for granted. She was nominated for two Academy Awards in one year, a few years ago! She is spectacular and could do whatever she wants. That she chooses to continue to work and to bring Natasha Romanoff to life is a testament, I think, to the character of Natasha and how rich she is in the comics and how much more there was to explore – and a testament to Scarlett, who likes bringing these complex characters to life. It really is a perfect representation of when you find a perfect actor willing to dedicate their talents to an amazing character from publishing that you can go 10 years on and be on the verge of their first standalone movie – and thankfully our first movie in a theater in almost two years. I just can t wait for people to see in a theater, or on Disney+ if they want. But to get out there and see what Scarlett and the entire team has done. (Photo by ©Marvel Studios)“The very first question that often comes out of people seeing Black Widow for the first time is: When will Florence Pugh show up again in the MCU? And my answer to that is always ‘not soon enough.’” Yelena is a character that s been the comics for many years now and a character that we d wanted to bring to the screen for quite a while. Soon after we cast [Florence], I think she was nominated for Little Women, which was amazing. And again, like Scarlett, being able to traverse these worlds of classic literature like Little Women and moving over to what we consider also classic literature of the Marvel comics – and do both with equal import and with equal pouring of their heart and soul into it, which everybody, all of our filmmakers and writers and the entire team at Marvel Studios do. Florence did that tremendously well.The very first question that often comes out of people seeing Black Widow for the first time is when will Florence Pugh show up again in the MCU? And my answer to that is always “not soon enough,” because she s amazing. It’s another testament to Scarlett – who knew exactly the movie that we were making, who was a part of the development of the movie – [that she chose to] make that film an ensemble and to surround herself with new characters portrayed by new actors entering the MCU and allowing them all to shine, knowing that lifting them up lifts up the whole movie, which is what a smart producer does – which Scarlett is. So every compliment that Florence or David [Harbour] or Rachel [Weisz] or O-T [Fagbenle] get on a movie, I also turn back to Scarlett for being so smart to allow the film to be a showcase for multiple characters, which is what the best of our films can do. Black Widow is in theaters and available on Disney+ via Premier Access from Friday July 9, 2021. Loki is currently streaming on Disney+; the season finale will be available Wednesday July 14, 2021.(Check back next week for the second half of our interview, where Feige previews Shang-Chi, Spider-Man: No Way Home, Eternals, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, and more.)On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.bobapp官方下载地址手游代理合理运用话术转换用户,手游代理的主要工作几乎都是为了客户,将客户引入自己所代理的手游成为玩家去消费。潜在的用户数量是惊人的,就像我们所处的日常生活一样,每个用户的性格都不相同,这时就要考验代理们能否使用合理的话术将用户转化。

3. 激战团竞模式
除了考虑代理的模式以外,我们还要考虑代理游戏的类型以及区服,现在的手游市场可以代理的几类游戏就是仙侠、传奇、国战、卡牌、魔幻等类型的手游,这些手游里其中仙侠类手游的玩家比较多,而且比较容易运营,传奇手游则是依靠IP,玩家整体数量不多,但是消费能力比较强,而卡牌魔幻国战这一类手游则是比较小众,都有一定的玩家群体,但是其运营起来有一定的难度,这里建议如果是首次代理可以选择仙侠类游戏,如果有一定经验以及玩家的话,可以根据玩家的属性选择,除了游戏类型外,游戏的区服也是需要我们考虑到位的,因为专服、混服不同的区服点位以及运营模式都是有区别的,这个也是需要我们去根据自身的想法去做出选择。

4. 呼朋唤友 随心所欲
(Photo by FX)Since its debut three years ago, FX’s Legion has been one of the most compelling, mind-bending, and uniquely heartfelt series to spin out of a comic book. That it focused on a relatively minor character from the X-Men lore is even more remarkable. But by lifting David Haller from the pages of various X-Men titles into a weird and timeless television reality, show creator Noah Hawley was able to examine topics like mental illness, sexual assault, and the end of the world in a unique way.Often, it chose not to connect the dots, leaving that mutant ability for the viewer to use. In its place, it offered musical numbers, a couple of fantastic dance numbers, and David – as played by Dan Stevens – unraveling at least some of the secrets buried in his head. And it all led to a pivotal figure in X-Men history, Charles Xavier (Harry Lloyd), and a somewhat obscure, but vitally important background character, Amahl Farouk (Navid Negahban).Spoiler alert: This article includes plot details from the series finale of Legion. Stop here if you have not watched the final episode.Considering Charles and Amahl s fight in the comics led to the formation of the X-Men, it would seem the end of Legion contains a beginning — or maybe it really ended with David destroying the world. Let’s take a look at what the ending has to offer. Negahban was kind enough to talk to Rotten Tomatoes about one of the ways the future could change — well, provided there is a future, of course.Why did Everyone Think David Would Destroy the World?(Photo by Pari Dukovic/FX)He s done it before.There is a certain ambiguity in the show’s final shot — or limitless potential as it is a baby s smiling face. But David’s role in bringing about an apocalypse is probably the third line on his Official Handbook to the Marvel Universe page after “Professor X’s son” and “Suffers from a mental illness.” Despite being a presence in the comic books for a number of years, Legion’s big moment came in 1995’s Legion Quest story line. The character – waking from a long coma – made a key decision: he was going to travel back to the 1960s and kill Magneto before he formed his Brotherhood. If successful, then only his father’s non-violent philosophy would hold sway and prevent much of the strife done by Erik Magnus Lehnsherr and his followers.Unfortunately, it all went badly and Legion ended up killing Charles Xavier instead of Magneto, unleashing a reality in which the world learned about Mutants decades too soon and Apocalypse, a powerful, ancient, and immortal mutant took control of the planet. Eventually, a team of familiar faces (led by the time-lost mutant Bishop) managed to travel back in time to prevent David s error.Curiously enough, Bishop was able to show David the damage he caused. The troubled mutant apologized and apparently died.The Age of Apocalypse was undone and things went back to normal. Well, mostly, anyway. Blink, a fan favorite from the AoA timeline, eventually found herself crossing the multiverse with a group known as The Exiles, while Dark Beast, a mad-scientist version of founding X-Man Hank McCoy, and a few other characters found their way to the familiar Earth-616.(Photo by Suzanne Tenner/FX)Legion eventually reappeared (as no one stays dead in comics), but his most famous misadventure was always in Hawley’s mind, and a version of Legion Quest was the direction of the series from the first moment David flashed his wicked smile into camera.As Stevens put it when we talked to him on the set back in March, the show is not directly adapting frame by frame any particular Legion story line. But I hope what we re retaining is the playfulness. Changing reality, if not destroying it, is always an aspect of the playfulness.Did David End the World?In a manner of speaking, yes. As his addition to Lessons in Time Travel indicated, the traveler is annihilated in the attempt to change his or her past. The David, Syd (Rachel Keller), Cary and Kerry Loudermilk (Bill Irwin and Amber Midthunder), and Amahl Farouk of the program’s “present” timeline all ceased to exist, as did anyone left there while the Time Eaters munched away. From their perspectives, David ended the world by traveling 33 years into the past — à la Legion Quest. Now, had a fourth season occurred, it is entirely possible we would’ve seen new versions of these characters grappling with echoes from the world before. Much like the way the omnipresent baseline at David’s cult compound invaded the minds of his parents, an image or song (likely from The Who) might have offered Syd or David some clue to the old timeline – much as Bishop survived in the Age of Apocalypse to form his own strike team. Maybe this is why the mainframe version of Ptonomy (Jeremie Harris) remained in stasis back in the present.But with Chapter 27 serving as the conclusion, we’re left with a blank slate. It is easy to consider what it might look like. We will even be charitable and assume the timeline we witnessed on Legion was a darker world where mutants mostly ran scared and had no unifying groups to help them with their powers.Will Charles Form the X-Men?Almost certainly. Upon his return from Morocco, Charles tells Gabrielle (Stephanie Corneliussen) that he always wanted to be a teacher. The implication is clear. Even their home has a certain X-Mansion flare to it. And that change is key in appreciating the series end-state. In the personal sense, Charles and Stephanie will be there to raise David — and help him cope with the mental health issues he inherited from Gabrielle. But in the larger sense, Charles came away from his journey with a new perspective. As Lloyd noted when we talked to him in March, “[Charles] is actually quite lost when he arrives at the Shadow King s palace. But having returned from a trip that saw him disappear entirely in the old timeline, he is now free to fulfill a destiny he never knew he had.Back in the comics, Professor X’s battle with the Shadow King led him to found the X-Men as a safe-guard against mutants who use their abilities for evil. But in Legion s history, the battle seemingly left Charles dead or utterly incapacitated. Altering this outcome may be more significant than David could imagine. Besides giving Charles the opportunity to be part of the a family unit with Gabrielle and David, he will also be able to teach others how to harness their gifts — no doubt after training David — leading to a very different world.(Photo by Suzanne Tenner/FX)We’re also going to note the total absence of Magneto from Legion’s structure as it means TV show David achieved what comic book Legion sought to accomplish: a world in which Charles made things better.Sure, Division 3 will likely observe the Xavier school, perhaps even come into conflict with a group of X-Men, just as they hunted people at Summerland. Nonetheless, Charles will offer something better than the Birds sought to create. Although, if you ve read an X-Men comic or seen one of the movies, you know the tension between mutant and humans will always lead to fighting and giant robots. But at least Charles s attempts with the school and the X-Men offer people like Syd and the Loudermilks something they may not have otherwise: family from an early age.Who Will the Shadow King Be in the New Future?When we spoke with Negahban recently, his thoughts turned toward the key moment in the finale: a handshake between David and the Shadow King. It evolved on set, but reflected the overall tone of the final moments. That is to say, a non-violent resolution after all the pain and trauma.“[Noah] was addressing how people are struggling to see each other, to understand each other, to find themselves, Negahban explained, adding that some of Amahl s apparent villainy in Chapter 26 may have been an expression of an extreme loneliness. Even in his most evil moments, he is feeling very lonely being the most evil person. But as Negahban saw it, the Shadow King s future self gave him something key — an external awareness of his actions. The way that I looked at it is that we can change the future by paying attention to our present or paying attention to what we are doing, how we are responding to other people, the actor said.(Photo by Matthias Clamer/FX)For Amahl, that change came courtesy of the future Shadow King s stylish glasses and the history they contained: When [he] hands the glasses to Amahl — just by seeing what kind of impact we have on our future, we might change our behavior today. Negahban imagines the Amahl who emerges in the new reality will be less lonely and offer his powers to a life of service.“Sometimes we are becoming so full of ourselves, we are becoming so arrogant that we think that we are controlling everything, that we are controlling the situation,” he said of Amahl up until the events of Chapter 27. I think Amahl sees the effect that he s going to have on the future. And at the end when he is thanking [David, Charles, and his future self] for allowing him to see the outcome of his actions, he is getting a second chance to change. That apology echoes David s back in Age of Apocalypse. And while it is easy to imagine a kinder Amahl Farouk finding peace in a new future, did David also earn a second chance?Was David Deserving of His Redemption?When we visited the set, we asked the cast if David deserved redemption. Midthunder, on the eve of shooting the final episode, still felt conflicted about David. Everybody has a story and everybody has a side, she said. Everybody has reasons for doing what they do, but then everybody has the way that it affects them. Meanwhile, she thought Kerry had a clearer point of view on the matter: he deserved to pay for his actions.Irwin, on the other hand, thought that his service to the world — keeping the world going — is something we can all be grateful to him for even if his actions left him as a dubious sort of hero.Lauren Tsai, whose character, Switch, allowed David the opportunity to change his past, thought the overall story of season 3 created enough ambiguity for viewers to question his redemption long after the finale. I think that throughout the story you can believe that David is redeemable, she said. David deserves love and a normal life. But at the same time you can also feel like, Well, he did these horrible things. (Photo by Pari Dukovic/FX)In Switch s case, David s exploitation of her powers led to a beneficial transformation. But David s violation of Syd may be the greatest reason to deny him redemption. Even before he erased her memories of his darkest actions, he was causing her psychic damage. So much of her life since she s met this man has been in service to him, Keller said during our set visit. So many young women go through taking on egotistical and stupid and sick men, trying to right their wrongs or fix them. This seemed to be an involuntary course of action for Syd up until the end. In March, Keller expressed a hope that Syd would be able to leave him in peace. But it seems time travel allowed her something better: the chance to protect a David brimming with potential. The David she knew deserved only oblivion, even if he did fix the world. That baby, though, definitely deserved better.And, hopefully, the end of the world (as Legion viewers knew it) will give him that chance.

5. HD 画质与高品质音讯
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Without any major wide releases this weekend, Hollywood just had the third-weakest Labor Day weekend since 2004. Whatever made up the top 10 last week week was pretty much here again this week, just with about two-thirds the revenue. In the meantime, most of America stayed away from the movies for one last summer vacation, fairs, BBQs, and – we assume – to save their money for the evil clown looking to break new records next weekend. For now, though, Angel Has Fallen can crow about being the top of a weak-ish crop for two weeks straight with a second-weekend haul of .8 million over four days.King of the Crop: Angel Does Not Fall In Second Week(Photo by Simon Varsano / © Lionsgate / courtesy Everett Collection)Neither Olympus Has Fallen nor London Has Fallen spent a single week in the top spot at the box office. Now, Angel Has Fallen has done it for two straight weeks and joins 300 and this year’s How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World as the only films featuring Gerard Butler to spend two straight weeks at number 1. In fact, the first How To Train Your Dragon is the only other film featuring Butler to spend any week at number 1. Over the four-day Labor Day weekend, Angel grossed an estimated .8 million, a number that is neither high nor low when it comes to grossers over the holiday; it is 25th overall amongst premieres and holdovers. At an estimated .91 million after 10 days, the film remains right on par with Richard Donner’s Conspiracy Theory, which made a little more in its second weekend and finished with million. It looks like Angel will come in a bit under that, but if its eventual international take comes in anywhere close to London’s 3 million, Lionsgate may be the first studio to take a second whack at this franchise.Rotten Returns: Bennett s War Fails to Cut Through(Photo by © ESX Entertainment)Forrest Films released its debut, the motorbike and military drama Bennett’s War, into 970 theaters this weekend. The film about an injured war veteran trying to make a comeback on the motocross circuit has a solid Tomatometer at 60%, but that s with just five reviews. The film grossed just 5,151 over the three-day weekend (Friday to Sunday) for a per-theater-average of 9. That is actually far from the lowest PTA of 2019 – John Travolta’s The Fanatic grossed ,153 in 52 theaters for less than a PTA – but it is the lowest of the year for an original wide release. The 20th anniversary showing of Cruel Intentions averaged 5 in 708 theaters; Keanu Reeves’ sci-fi film, Replicas, released this January, had a ,020 PTA in 2,329 theaters.Just for reference we looked at other August releases over time that opened in between 950 and 999 theaters and picked out a few highlights. In 2013 the Spanish language release, Instructions Not Included, with Eugenio Derbez, grossed .84 million in 978 theaters; in 2006, Idlewild made .74 million in 973 theaters; and in 1998, the Vince Vaughn/Joaquin Phoenix drama Return to Paradise opened to .46 million in 965 theaters.Top 10 and Beyond: Good Boys Continues Good Run, Brittany In a Marathon Race to B.O. Success(Photo by Ed Araquel / © Universal)Running down the rest of this weekend’s moneymakers, Universal should continue to be happy about the performance of Good Boys, which grossed .1 million over the four-day weekend and remains on course to gross around million. Hobbs Shaw has also maintained itself rather well and is headed for somewhere between 5 million and 5 million. The film is also approaching the 0 million mark worldwide, which is down from the previous two Furious movies but sees it outgrossing Fast Five – possibly even Fast Furious 6 – and turning a decent profit.Sony pulled an Endgame and put Spider-Man: Far From Home back into theaters with new footage for one last summer push, possibly in an attempt to push it over the 0 million line. That goal seems unlikely with 5.96 million to date, and it would need another million to pass Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle for Sony’s highest-ever domestic release. That being said, the film is already the highest-grossing worldwide in the studio’s history with .122 billion, which is the 25th highest ever. Disney’s The Lion King is not going to become a top 10 all-time domestic grosser, but it is currently 13th all-time with over 3 million, and is chasing Rogue One (2.1 million) and The Dark Knight (5.2 million) to possibly finish 11th. Worldwide the film can now rest comfortably as the 7th highest-grossing film ever, having pushed past Furious 7 (.515 billion) and Marvel’s The Avengers (.518 billion) this weekend with a global total of .564 billion. Catching Jurassic World for 6th place (.671 billion) is not entirely out of the cards, but The Lion King will need its international fans to keep showing up. Disney owns six of the ten highest-grossing films of all-time.Last week’s two other openers benefited from a lackluster weekend. The faith-based Overcomer earned just shy of million and is currently outpacing both of director Alex Kendrick s other films, Courageous and Fireproof, which finished with .5 and .4 million, respectively. In its 13th day, the Certified Fresh horror-comedy Ready or Not passed million and now resides between the grosses of Mystery Men and Sinister 2, suggesting a final gross in the million range. (Not spectacular but not terrible either on a million budget.) Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, on the other hand, is an unqualified success. The Guillermo del Toro-produced horror tale is very closely on par with the original Blade, which finished with just over million. All horror is going to take a hit next week with the opening of It: Chapter Two, so it may come up a bit short of that but is nevertheless into profit.Sony has the tale of two movies in Once Upon a Time…In Hollywood and The Angry Birds Movie 2. The former has grossed over 0 million and is not far behind the pace of where Robert Zemeckis’ What Lies Beneath was back in 2000, though a total of 0 million may be a reach in the U.S. after dropping out of the top 10 this week. The movie is over 3 million worldwide. As for the Angry Birds sequel, it is relying on its international dollars to save it because it is currently on an Underdog pace domestically – literally on pace with the movie Underdog – to hopefully make million.Finally, we get to some festival films. From Sundance we have this week’s Don’t Let Go (titled Relive at the festival), which made .04 million in its 922 theater launch.(Photo by © Amazon Studios)The most interesting story, though, could be developing under not just our noses, but also Amazon’s. The studio s Brittany Runs a Marathon expanded from five theaters into 49 this weekend; last weekend it made 0,711 and this week it earned 4,000 across the three-day weekend (and an estimated 9,000 for the four-day holiday). Last year’s The Old Man The Gun, with Robert Redford, made the same leap, starting with 2,131 and then climbing up to 3,928 the second week. The Old Man The Gun ended up making .2 million. Anything over .65 million would be Amazon’s second highest-grossing film to date.Maybe they should be looking at what Roadside is achieving with The Peanut Butter Falcon. That film opened in 17 theaters and it grossed 4,793 for the 43rd best per-theater-average of the year. Brittany had the sixth best, then expanded to the same amount of theaters as Falcon in weekend two and outgrossed it 4,000 to 7,212. The Peanut Butter Falcon then expanded into 996 theaters last week and grossed .97 million. It jumped up to 1,249 theaters this weekend and made another .92 million (and an estimated .95 million over the four-day holiday). Its total now stands at .94 million and is the 11th-highest grossing film ever in Roadside’s indie history. The film was not even a high-profile Sundance premiere; it was first shown at SXSW in March.This Time Last Year: Crazy Rich Asians Led Robust Holiday Weekend(Photo by Sanja Bucko/Warner Bros.)Crazy Rich Asians won the box office for a third straight weekend as audiences flocked to their favorites again. That .5 million victory over the four-day holiday put the leader at 7 million as it prepared to eclipse the second-place finisher, The Meg, which was over 3 million. Mission: Impossible – Fallout was third and passed the 0 million mark. The week’s top newbie, Operation Finale, finished fourth with just .87 million and a lackluster six-day total of .61 million since opening on a Wednesday. Bursting into the top 10 was Sundance hit, Searching, which made .61 million in just 1,207 theaters for fifth place. All combined it was the best Labor Day weekend since 2013, as the top 10 grossed .29 million and averaged 68.2% on the Tomatometer. This year’s top 10 grossed an estimated .69 million for just the 16th-highest holiday weekend since 1990 and averaged 68.8% with critics.On the Vine: Nothing Stands In It s WayNormally, the fall movie season begins with a flurry of films clamoring for awards attention, but this year it begins with what promises to be one of the most successful flicks of the year. The nearly three-hour conclusion of Stephen King s story of the evil in Derry, It: Chapter Two, arrives in theaters with the adults now in the room to battle Pennywise. No other wide release even dares to challenge this monster, and why would they? The first film opened to over 3 million and concluded with over 7 million domestic and 0 million worldwide, making it the highest-grossing horror film of all time (in 2017 dollars). Will the 2019 chapter introduce a new champion?The Full Top 10: August 30-September 2Angel Has Fallen (2019) 39% – .8 million (.91 million total)Good Boys (2019) 80% – .1 million (.12 million total)The Lion King (2019) 52% –  .32 million (3.55 million total)Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw (2019) 67% .21 million (9.02 million total)Overcomer (2019) 56% – .78 million (.32 million total)Ready or Not (2019) 88% .995 million (.47 million total)Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (2019) 77% – .25 million (.87 million total)Dora and the Lost City of Gold (2019) 85% – .7 million (.16 million total)The Angry Birds Movie 2 (2019) 73% – .6 million (.39 million total)Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019) 90% – .51 million (5.96 million total)
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进入2021年,在疫情反复的影响下,游戏应用上架数量呈现井喷式增长,随着而来的是整个产业链的快速发展。当下宅经济也是发展趋势,手游代理加盟的快速发展正是抓住这市场红利,也是当下互联网创业不可多得的蓝海。
Taylor (cont.): The scale of the scene was big for me, at the time, because I hadn t really done anything big and epic yet. That came later, and the show hadn t gotten its big budget boost until later. So, by the terms of the time, it was a bigger deal, and we didn t have much money, and we didn t have enough extras, and we couldn t afford the visual effects that we had planned, so it was all very sort of getting by by the seat of our pants. But I remember talking to my DP, Alik Sakharov, and both of us agreeing that the core, it was really a story about a father and his two daughters, and sticking to that dynamic guided us through how we handled the scene.In fact, the most emotional moments for me were some of the stuff between the way we crosscut between Ned and his daughters and, certainly, between Ned and Arya, who sort of inherits the narrative at the end of that episode. We hand off from Ned and take it to her in a way that I was happy with, because of course, her character, like all characters, has a long road ahead of them, and we re going to grow with them. But I remember being very conscious about saying, OK, we re finishing Ned, but the story continues and we re passing the narrative, passing the consciousness, passing the subjectivity to this young girl. So, we did that with pictures and with sound, and I was happy with how it turned out.(Photo by HBO)Can you also talk a little bit about the performances of your actors, in that moment?Taylor: Yeah. Again, it hung mostly on the three. Ned Stark was the linchpin, the centerpiece of the whole thing, and his performance I still think is just heartbreaking and beautiful. It s partly because I have daughters, and I sort of know what it d be like. I can t know, but I think I identify with him up there: a combination of anguish and shame and despair. His performance was perfect.Our two actresses were so young and were going to develop and build and grow so much, but I think they did amazing work, both of them, in that scene. Joffrey also is great as the consummate villain, with his pettiness and naiveté on display. I did watch it recently and was impressed with everyone, and when you go to a wide shot, everyone is absolutely in character. Cersei and Sansa, and even Varys and everyone is really playing their relationship to this moment, intensely. I was very happy.All anybody really wants to know is what Ned Stark was whispering when he was about to get his head chopped off, and that s the question I get a million times. I know I spoke to him about what would be going through his head and what he would be doing, and we agreed that he d be praying to his own gods and trying to make peace and trying to accept. So I know he came up with a prayer, probably talking to our language guy and our writers, but it was nothing scripted. It was really his invention, but it was to do with the prayers to his gods.(Photo by HBO)The series would have been so different if he had survived, and it seems obvious, but can you talk a little bit about how essential that moment is in the series overall?Taylor: I think it s true that it is the turning point. Some friends and I have talked about the show and one of the things we have come to believe is that it s an epic show that has a kind of the pilot episode is the first season. It s not like the first episode sets you up. It s such a scale of storytelling that really the whole first season is the pilot. It s the turning point of Ned being destroyed and the dragons being born. The stakes rise and chaos is initiated.The Starks and everyone is sort of scattered to the winds, and all the seasons that follow are about the slow reconnection of those people that were scattered. In that way, it really does launch the story forward and shape what s to come. [In] the eighth season, the culmination is everyone coming back together, everyone finding their place in the battle that will finish things, and much of that comes from what happened that day.What was your first experience watching Ned s beheading with people who weren t involved with the production and didn t know what was coming?Taylor: That was a revelation, partly because of that scene, and also because we didn t know when we were doing it the scale of the audience response to the series as a whole, so we had no idea that we would find this audience. I was most stunned by the way that Ned connected to every demographic and to every economic level. It was such effective storytelling and such a great performance on his part and doing what fantasy can do, which sort of transposes to an environment where everybody, I think, can relate.I was really taken aback and impressed that the people who seemed torn up by it really took Ned as their character. As I said, I was struck by [how] it cut across all categories, and frequently we re aware of how our society and our time is fractured along any number of measurable lines, and in that moment I was struck by how much everybody had taken that character into their hearts and identified with them and felt the loss of him, which was inspiring.I think that was the first moment that people started posting video reactions on the internet, right? Taylor: Yeah. I remember seeing something on YouTube, and one young man was watching and he was just beside himself. It was just devastating. He was so upset with us and stuff. It was the best audience response you could find.Going back, would you do anything differently with that moment?Taylor: Yes. Of course. I mean, I look at it now and I see the crudeness of some of it. Some I can blame on budget and time and stuff. But also I think I ve gotten better at handling scenes of that scale, so I think I might have done a better job with the camera. But I can t think of anything to change in terms of the performance the actors gave, and I can t argue with the emotional impact that it has, so in that way I m not trying to redo it in my head.Moment: Mother of Dragons(Photo by HBO)Next is the Mother of Dragons scene. Viewers watched Daenerys walk into the fire and everyone thinks she s sacrificing herself. She thinks she might be, too. Can you tell us about building that moment with your actors?Taylor: A lot was going on there, obviously. It s a tragedy, it s a funeral, it s the end of things, and as we discovered, it s the beginning of everything, too. I know — I ve heard this, and we spoke about it — that Emilia did not think her character expected to die in the flames. She didn t know what was coming, but whatever came she felt was right. So there s a wonderful look she gives to Iain Glen when he s all torn up. When she s about to walk in she looks at him, and it s such a forgiving, letting go look from such a place of wisdom. I thought it was really beautiful, and that, for me, was the attitude that Emilia had Daenerys take into the flames — that she knew the rightness of what she was doing.Partly it s a culture where when the King dies, the Queen goes with him, but she s a Targaryen. I think in her mind she knew flames were not going to be the problem, that something was going to happen, or that she was going to a place, that it wasn t necessarily her death that she was walking to. Certainly nobody, including her, expected the birth that happened with her three sidekicks.But that was the beginning of the new dawn. One detail that I was happy with and proud of was that I believe, in the book, that scene plays at night, and the dragons are born in the night. I remember pushing for the transition to be to dawn, so that when the dragons are born they re born into the dawn of a new day. It was partly a storytelling thing, to say that this has ended and now this is beginning, but it was also because we had that amazing location. I wanted to make sure that we saw it, and that we could back off and hear the dragons voices scaled. If it was night we couldn t have afforded to light it because we didn t have any money back then. I remembering being very happy with [it]. One of my favorite moments is the transition to dawn when Iain Glen s character walks in and we follow his feet and his sword in to discover her for the first time, and that transition to dawn meant a lot to me.(Photo by HBO)It was beautiful.Taylor: That location was in Malta and it s beautiful, right by the coast. It s all ocean on the right side of frame and desert on the left, but we had to erase the ocean and replace it with desert to make it look like we were in the right setting. It was funny to take such a beautiful image with this glistening sea and erase it all and put more sand in.I was going to ask about some of the effects in that moment, because obviously, the dragons. Can you just talk a little bit about coordinating to get the exact right baby dragon experience?Taylor: On the day Emilia did a great job of having nothing to work with, and none of us had seen the dragons yet. [Showrunners] David [Benioff] and Dan [Weiss] kept talking about [how] they wanted them to be absolutely biologically believable. In all the research they d done with dragons, they threw away anything that had four feet and wings. They wanted to go off physiognomy and physiology that was real, so they looked at bats and creatures where the forelimbs are the wings. That became a big part of the design of the creatures.Just the fact that these awesome beings would enter the story as tiny, fragile, squeaky dependent creatures was a hint, or a gesture toward the scale of where we were going — that eventually they were going to be the size of jumbo jets. But at this point they were nothing.That relates to another question I had about when you re building these moments to film, taking into consideration what s to come for the character. How much of that is part of your filmmaking process?Taylor: You always want to know, because a lot of it, the way you would weight a certain moment comes from knowing where you re headed and playing against that, sometimes, or being true to it but playing against it. Certainly Daenerys has one of the strongest arcs in television. She was basically chattel — she s an object being sold off at the beginning, and she rises to become the most powerful person in that world.I think we were all guided by a dim awareness of her overall arc, but I had no grasp of the details, certainly, of where we were going. I m sure she had had talks with David and Dan. They probably gave her a lot more insight to where her character was going than I was privy to at the time. I just knew that this was the beginning of something very, very big.In fact, I think even when we did that scene I was naive about the scale of the storytelling. I thought that in season 2 the dragons would be something substantial to contend with, but they were not even preteen by season 2. I ve always been impressed with how they were taking their time to build layer on layer of things, and the dragons are one case where David and Dan had a very clear idea of the long game they were playing.Moment: Viserion Becomes an Ice DragonSpeaking of dragons, that brings me to the third big twist. We lose one of those baby dragons. Well, he gets adopted.Taylor: He s co-opted, appropriated. Yeah. I remember when I had been away from the show and I was coming back to do one episode, because it worked out schedule-wise. I saw that I was getting the second-to-last episode, which usually, in HBO terms, means you re getting a big one because there s a season structure where the second-to-last episode pulls out all the stops, and frequently the last episode is kind of a denouement.I thought, Oh, that s great. But then I started seeing the other scripts and realizing that in that season, every episode was huge. Every episode had a major huge event or battle or something, so I realized that that was just the nature of the show that had grown so much since I had been away. But then, when I read my script, I got to that moment with the dragon and I knew the power of what is was, because partly [in] killing off any longstanding character, the incredible upheaval it means for the balance of power is major.But also the fact that you re basically killing a puppy. You know it s going to have a very strong resonance with the audience, so I was really grateful to be able to handle that moment. The reveal of the turn at the end, of course, was one of the yummiest episode-enders I d ever been given — when we see the blue eye open and know what that means. Mostly it was just gratitude being able to do it. I remember designing all the sequences with the dragon, and it was great to be able to work at the scale of storytelling that so much of the show has driven you to this point.
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bobapp官方下载地址 (Photo by ©History Channel)In the Vikings Season 6 midseason finale earlier this year, brothers Ivar and Bjorn shared a dream-like sequence on the beach while the battle between their respective armies raged around them. Ivar, who at that point had the upper hand, calmly and cloyingly assured Bjorn that he lost favor with the gods long ago, and that he was destined to lose this war. The episode then ended with the shock of Ivar’s sword stabbing clean through his brother’s abdomen. Bjorn falls to the ground, possibly dead, as the rest of his army retreats from the Rus around him.While Vikings is no stranger to the season finale cliffhanger, this one in particular left us with a lot of question marks as they relate to our hero Bjorn. Is he dead, or will he live to fight another day? Is there the possibility that the stabbing was also part of a larger surreal dream sequence? What could possibly be next for our viking hero?If you’re like us and have been waiting for months to get answers to these questions and more, you’re in luck: The final season premiered in full Dec. 30 on Amazon Prime Video before it’s set to debut in weekly installments at its original home on History. To talk about the big premiere, we jumped on the phone with the actor behind Bjorn himself, Alexander Ludwig, and creator and showrunner Michael Hirst. Warning: If you haven’t yet watched the season 6B premiere, we recommend you stop reading this article, as THERE ARE MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD!(Photo by Bernard Walsh/©History Channel)Now, with the proper spoiler warning behind us, let’s talk about the bleeding elephant in the room: Bjorn, indeed, is dead. He survived the battle at the end of 6A, but is gravely wounded and expected to pass from infection. But miraculously from his deathbed, with the Rus army returning to battle, he musters the energy and the courage to put on his armor and ride into battle with all the viking armies of Norway at his back. Uniting them all in a way that King Harald couldn t, Bjorn saves his home country and forces Ivar, Oleg, and the rest of the Rus army to retreat. It’s while leading the vikings into battle that he takes a round of arrows to the chest and dies a hero atop his horse, leading the charge.“I felt like it was the send-off that the character deserved and that the fans deserved—and what I loved about it was it definitely wasn’t something that most people would’ve expected,” Ludwig says of his beloved character’s final moments. “It was such poetic justice… In those final moments for Bjorn, he’s finally become the man that he always hoped he could be and that his father always knew he could be. I really couldn’t have asked for a better send-off.”(Photo by Jonathan Hession/©History Channel)Hirst says that while Bjorn has accomplished some great things, up until this point, his life “hasn’t altogether been a success,” considering his poor decisions while ruling Kattegat, his inability to win the kingship of all Norway (“He didn’t come out of that looking very smart”), and his consistent mistreatment of the women in his life. Throw into the mix his mounting heartbreaks and losses in the last season alone with the deaths of his son and unborn child, his mother Lagertha, and the leave of his brother Hvitserk after he pledges allegiance to Ivar, and Bjorn was in quite a low spot for a man who was expected to live up to the legacy of his father, Ragnar.“In some senses, if he died only having done those things, his life might not have lived up to the expectations of Ragnar Lothbrok; it could’ve been not a memorable life,” Hirst admits. But having died in battle while uniting the viking kingdoms against the Rus and essentially sacrificing himself in the process? That was “completely redeeming,” Hirst says. “He summons up extraordinary willpower to do something quite remarkable and to save his country. So his ending is tragic and heroic and wonderful all at the same time. And I was so pleased to come to that ending for him. I think he deserved to be redeemed. His last actions and by what he did, he was certainly the son of Ragnar.”Bjorn, for what it’s worth, seems to know that he could have been a better man in this life. “I wish with all my heart I could go back and start again,” he laments in the premiere, wounded and bedridden. But it’s in part his guilt that drives him to do the courageous thing in the end.(Photo by Jonathan Hession/©History Channel)“I think it’s less him being forgiven by others and more about him forgiving himself,” Ludwig posits of the character’s redemption arc. “He’s finally been able to forgive himself for simply being human. That, to me, was a really beautiful moment to be able to play. It certainly wasn’t an easy one for me to do, and I’m so grateful for the opportunity.”So it’s with a heavy heart that we report Ludwig’s time as Bjorn has come to an end—at least as the living-in-the-flesh version of the viking we’ve come to know. (Both creator and star refused to say if we see more of him later in the final season.) The actor first made his debut as Ragnar’s son a whopping six years ago, and he has in turn grown up himself onscreen with the role.“When Alexander joined us, he was very young, and he behaved like it!” Hirst says with a laugh. “He had a very puppy-ish way about him. He was very spirited and full of youthful energy, and he was so in awe of the show and where he was and being cast and he loved everything about it. One of the great joys was to watch Alexander mature as a man and as an actor until he could carry the show, as it were. He [now] looks like a man who has been through many, many difficult circumstances and situations. He does no longer look like a puppy.(Photo by ©History Channel courtesy Everett Collection)“We put him through some pretty tough experiences, and he did it, he did everything totally uncomplainingly,” the creator continues. “And he was on the show for a long time! If you think about it, the show is really about him because it starts with him being a young boy and it ends with his death many, many years later. Meanwhile, both of his parents have died, and he’s a consistent factor in the whole show, him and his younger self. I hold him in the highest esteem.”Ludwig says that he was lucky to know from the start that the total of Bjorn’s arc would be a great one. He’s known for some time, too, that Bjorn’s end was near. The biggest challenge along the way was also the greatest pleasure: growing and developing with the role and rising to the new demands of each episode, each season. And finally, the concluding moments of the character dying while sitting horseback, sword drawn, came together after much conversation between Ludwig and Hirst.“Michael sat me down and pitched the idea of what he was thinking, and he said he wanted it to be reminiscent of El Cid [with Charlton Heston], and I felt like that would be amazing,” Ludwig says. “Furthermore, it was important that Bjorn help carry this story over, and I felt like it was such an ingenious idea for Bjorn to leave at the beginning of the season as opposed to the end, because I don’t believe it’s nearly as predictable. It gives room to really conclude the story for the other brothers.”(Photo by Bernard Walsh/©History Channel)As far as what he’ll miss most? Well, sometimes, it’s about the vikings you meet along the way.“I will certainly miss the opportunity to explore this kind of growth of a human being and eventually a leader, but I also loved the world; I loved everything about this show, but most important, the family we created,” Ludwig concludes. “It sounds so cliche, but it’s so true. I spent six years with the same crew, the same cast (give or take). I spent 11 months out of the year [filming] in Ireland for six years. So it’s bittersweet because I’m so grateful to be back home surrounded by my friends and family because I miss them so much, but I’m also gonna miss my other family, and that’s the family I created in Ireland.”Part 2 of the final season of Vikings premiered December 30, 2020, on Amazon Prime Video.

hose storms.And boy, did Gotham test him. From a green detective on a police force rife with corruption to commission of a city in need of some serious rebuilding, the show kept finding new ways to sweep Jim’s legs, shoot him in the shoulder, and encase him in darkness, like that time Lee buried him to make him take the Tetch Virus.But through it all, Jim always found his way back to his moral center. Sure, he made bad deals with people like Sofia Falcone and Oswald, but those decisions would prove to Jim that he could never take the convenient path. Consider just how few concession he gave during No Man’s Land: Even with resources dwindling and rival warlords chomping at the Green Zone, Jim managed to stay true to his ideals. He also managed not to kill Ed when he was revealed as the person who blew up Haven. Would Jim have had that strength without all the previous experiences, kidnappings, back-door deals, and Oswald s attempts to be his friend? It may not have all gone smoothly, but Jim managed to save the city from tearing itself apart without the Batman.In fact, he proved you can do a Batman show without Batman. Despite the Dark Knight being the hero Gotham deserves, Jim proved one mostly good cop can hold the line as well. It makes sense. He was the first supporting character creators Bill Finger and Bob Kane introduced into Batman’s world and has had the same 80 years to develop. But Gotham allowed him to take a journey as harrowing and as dark as any his future friend would embark upon, and he is now a richer character for it.Nonetheless, as the series finale airs tonight, let’s see what the Batman can do in his single Gotham appearance.The Gotham series finale airs Thursday, April 25 at 8pm. on Fox.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week. 那一大票衍生手游,基本都是以市面上成熟的手游玩法去重现IP精华,将IP的经典要素展现给手游玩家。纯粹论玩法未必很吸引人,但架不住其IP内容的呈现就是有引人入坑的魅力。多维度拓展IP,正是SE在其“后手游时代”最成功的尝试。

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Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle (2018) 53% In 2016, Disney released a live action/CGI hybrid remake of The Jungle Book, a musical adventure based on the Rudyard Kipling book of the same name, and it was a runaway success. Even before that film went into production, however, Warner Bros. had already begun development on their own adaptation of Kipling s book, with Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett, Benedict Cumberbatch, and Naomie Harris lending their voices to the animal characters and Andy Serkis, who voices Mowgli s bear friend Baloo, at the helm as director. The end result is Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle, a decidedly darker take on the source material that follows a young boy raised by wolves who must decide whether to remain in the jungle or return to civilization. The film opens in a handful of theaters this week, with an eventual release on Netflix next Friday, and according to critics, its move to the streaming platform may have been a strategic one by Warner Bros. While Serkis passion for the project is clear and the A-list cast is reliably effective, critics say Mowgli suffers from comparisons to the Disney film, both in the quality of its special effects and in the consistency of its tone, and the final product is a messy if ambitious misfire.

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