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亚博竞彩首页采用百度引擎0(Baidu 6)Though Marvel Entertainment’s television division did a great job bringing aspects of the Marvel universe to the small screen with shows like Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Daredevil, the early promise of clear connections back to the films never really materialized. Beyond S.H.I.E.L.D. using the twist from Captain America: The Winter Soldier in its first season to change the nature of the show, the programs rarely made mention of film events and never featured appearances from the movies’ title characters (or vice-versa).But that is about to change. Marvel Studios now controls television projects directly. And the first series under this new arrangement, WandaVision, is set to debut on January 15, 2021, and unlike Runaways or Cloak Dagger, it stars marquee Avengers in a story with deep ties to the events of the films.Despite Marvel Studios’ well-known cone of secrecy, we know a few things about the project. So let’s take a look at those details and try to guess how Marvel will change the face of its TV universe with WandaVision.[Updated on 11/12/20]It Stars Scarlet Witch And Vision, And More From the MCU(Photo by Marvel Studios/Disney+)Click image to see full poster in a new tab. The most obvious connection to the films is right in the name: it stars Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff (a.k.a. the Scarlet Witch) and Paul Bettany as Vision. The latter character was seemingly killed in the final reel of Avengers: Infinity War, so the series starts with a question: Is Vision alive? In fact, the question forms a key part of the trailer Disney+ released during the 2020 Emmy Awards.The program will also feature Kathryn Hahn as Agnes – more on that in a moment – and see the return of Thor’s Kat Dennings as Darcy Lewis and Ant-Man and the Wasp’s Randall Park as FBI Agent Jimmy Woo. The series will also feature another returning Marvel Cinematic Universe figure in a new form: Teyonah Parris will star as a grown-up version of Monica Rambeau, the character played by child actor Akira Akbar in Captain Marvel.That mixture of talent is, in its own way, quite eclectic and telling of what the show might be. Parris’s Rambeau is consistent with a contemporary setting, while the return of Darcy and Woo suggest Wanda’s new adventure has some government intrigue. But perhaps the setting is something we should consider on its own.It Counts As A Phase 4 MCU Tale(Photo by Walt Disney Studios)Unlike the previous Marvel TV efforts, WandaVision is part of the MCU’s “Phase” calendar system. As Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige revealed at the company’s 2019 Comic-Con International: San Diego presentation, the series is part of Phase 4, which counts the feature films released from next year’s Black Widow to 2022’s Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which will feature Olsen as the Scarlet Witch. Phase 4 will also include the Disney+ series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Loki, and the animated series What If..!? – although the canonicity of that last series is up for debate as it will tell alternative versions of established MCU history.Curiously, WandaVision leapfrogged The Falcon and the Winter Soldier in September with Disney+ featuring the former in a late 2020 sizzle reel video and the recent trailer. Falcon, one of the few series to resume production after the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, is said to have slid into a 2021 launch window after missing its original August release plan. That switch suggests both series may have a certain flexibility in what overarching Phase 4 information they contain although, in a recent EW interview, Feige said close MCU watchers will find a wealth of rewards waiting for you as it all unfolds. At the very least, events of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier have little-to-no impact on WandaVision, even if both programs set up something for the larger world. In previous interviews, Feige said WandaVision – set after the events of Avengers: Endgame – will have a far-reaching impact on Phase 4 and establish the Scarlet Witch name.With that time frame in mind, we know Vision is definitely dead from our point of view. So is Wanda using the healing power of laughter to cope with the loss?It’s Also A Family Sitcom(!?)Ryan FujitaniThe few glimpses Marvel and Disney+ have offered look like a pastiche of family sitcoms from different eras. Indeed, even the first info about the series at last year’s D23 Expo featured a soundbite from The Dick Van Dyke Show. Subsequent trailers saw Wanda transforming from a black-and-white 1950s housewife into an updated version of the archetype across the rest of the 20th century. The recent trailer even makes a meal out of the arrival of color.During that D23 presentation, Feige and showrunner Jac Schaeffer alluded to the series having a different feel and look – and few things are further from the Marvel Studios house style than a three-camera sitcom. At the very least, though, it gives fans the chance to see Olsen and Bettany in comic-book–accurate Scarlet Witch and Vision costumes. For his part, Bettany said the story is so funny and it just ends up being this huge epic. According to the recent EW interview, the series will begin with Wanda and Vision moving to the black-and-white town of Westview. Their home may look like Rob and Laura’s dwelling from The Dick Van Dyke Show, but the couples’ dilemma is straight out of Bewitched – Wanda must hide her witchy powers and Vision’s synthetic nature from the community. These very 1950s sitcom scenes were even filmed before an actual studio audience. But as Wanda and Vis re-run through the sitcoms of subsequent decades, it becomes clear Westview is not a generic TV town.If we might speculate for a moment, the use of American family sitcom tropes feels right for the character. Considering Wanda was raised in relative isolation alongside her brother Pietro in a Hydra facility, it is entirely possible her notion of a normal family life was informed by watching American sitcoms. As it happens, these sorts of shows were regularly exported across the world in our reality, giving the notion of a Leave It to Beaver nuclear family purchase in real-life Sokovians. Alternatively, Hydra may have been trying to show Wanda what they sought to destroy. Either way, it is clear Wanda is trying to create a family unit of her own using whatever ideas and means available to her.Unless, as the trailer suggests near its end, this is all Vision s doing And It s About Grief(Photo by © Walt Disney Studios)The Scarlet Witch of Marvel Comics fame is known for being so powerful that she can alter reality to remove mutants from the world or will children into existence. Though the MCU Wanda has yet to exhibit such an ability, her powers originate from the Infinity Stones and may be strong enough to transport her into various sitcom realities. In fact, a moment late in the trailer sees Monica Rambeau seemingly ejected from a sunny world into a park lit by artificial means. But why would Wanda do all of this? To mourn Vision’s passing, of course. Or, perhaps, to find a way to bring him back.Though rooted in sitcom iconography, the series also appears to be taking several cues from Tom King and Gabriel Hernandez Walta’s Vision comic book miniseries; the writer even suggested as much at a 2019 New York Comic Con panel. In that story, Vision was himself trying to find domestic bliss by building an android family. Virginia, the wife model, had a brain pattern modeled after Wanda and … well, let’s just say things ended badly. Besides her power, comic book Wanda also suffers from various mental illnesses and can be her own worst enemy.Ryan FujitaniFrom the recent interview, we also know the series is inspired, in part, by some very specific Scarlet Witch stories Olsen read before filming 2015’s Avengers: Age of Ultron. If these stories include the time she used magic to have children with Vision or when she changed all of reality to restore their existences – they disappeared when it turned out they were aspects of the demon Mephisto – it is easy to see how Wanda’s ongoing grief might lead to her conjuring a new world to live in.Combining those strands, it is entirely possible the series will be set in the sitcom world and the MCU. In the trailer, Kathryn Hahn is seen as the “nosy neighbor in the 1950s sitcom reality, but her later appearance in the seemingly modern world may be an attempt to wake up Wanda or Vision. If he s still dead, then this version of him may part of her own consciousness. And a powerful but disassociated Scarlet Witch would be a good reason to bring in Monica and Jimmy Woo, who may or may not be a former S.H.I.E.L.D. agent, into the mix.Then again, there’s another Marvel organization acronym we might be seeing.It Will Introduce S.W.O.R.D. Into The MCU(Photo by © Walt Disney Studios)If certain cast lists are to be believed, we will see S.W.O.R.D. agents at some point in the series. The organization debuted in the pages of Marvel Comics back in 2004 as the space-based version of S.H.I.E.L.D., defending Earth from alien incursion or subversion. And if you consider the space fleet Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) was assembling in the Spider-Man: Far From Home stinger scene, it would seem S.W.O.R.D. has been in the Marvel Cinematic Universe for quite some time. Perhaps Fury’s been building the group since he went off the grid in Winter Soldier. Alternatively, it may be something he whipped together with Talos (Ben Mendelsohn) in the time since Endgame. Either way, it is easy to see why Wanda’s power would be valuable to him and to S.W.O.R.D.And from the trailer, its clear some organization with deep resources is keeping tabs on whatever is happening to Wanda and Vision.It’s Set To Be A Winter Treat, And Will Likely Last Just One SeasonRyan FujitaniThough always intended to run after The Falcon and the Winter Solider, WandaVision held to a late 2020/early 2021 launch for much of its development, with it officially premiering on Disney+ on January 15, 2021. Thanks to the September sizzle reel and the subsequent trailer, we fully expected it to take The Mandalorian’s place as your must-watch streaming program after the Star Wars series concludes December 18. But it seems the real-life pressures of making a television series pushed the program s debut into the new year. Considering the much longer delays for Black Widow and Eternals, a handful of weeks isn t too much longer to wait.Like The Mandalorian and other Disney+ originals, the series will stream weekly. Consisting of six episodes, it is also expected to be the only season of WandaVision. Indeed, all of the Phase 4 Disney+ shows were initially pitched as limited series. We assume the format made it more attractive to the actors, who would know from the get-go there would be no long-term commitments to a television show. Then again, with the Phase 5 shows like She-Hulk being pitched as more traditional, multi-season ideas – and with the Loki series reportedly revving up for a second year – it is always possible WandaVision will return. Maybe she’ll transport herself and Vision to cop shows next time. You know you want to see Vision with a greasy comb-over.

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What it is: A teen Emily Dickinson was a rebel with gifts and intelligence well beyond her years; Dickinson is the story of how she set out to be the world’s best living poet in ways both unexpected and engrossing.Why you should watch it: Creator Alena Smith’s hit flagship series with Apple TV+ left us wanting more the minute it started. Why? Well, Dickinson is herself a subject of intrigue, and played by an Oscar nominee like Hailee Steinfeld (who’s also attached as an executive producer), she’s certainly a compelling character. But set to a contemporary soundtrack, sprinkled with millennial-tinged dialogue, and boasting a fast-paced, fantastical, feminist aesthetic that leaves period dramas of yesteryear in its dust, Dickinson is simply unlike anything we ve seen before — and that’s a good thing. Season 2 premieres Jan. 8 on Apple TV+.Where to watch it: Apple TV+Commitment: Approx. 5 hours (for the first season) 玩家直接在官网上下载好之后打开,模拟器里面就有市场可以直接下载胡莱三国3手游。下载好之后直接打开,就可以在模拟器里面玩胡莱三国3了。

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(Photo by Apple TV+)All Apple TV+ Shows and Movies, Ranked by TomatometerUpdated September 30, 2021Apple s streaming service launched in November 2019 with a suite of buzzy, high-profile shows, including The Morning Show with Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon, Jason Momoa in sci-fi series See, and Hailee Steinfeld as the titular poet in Dickinson.Since then, the company has offered critically-acclaimed series, including the feel-good sports comedy Ted Lasso, animated musical series Central Park, and the story of intrepid kid journalist Home Before Dark. Recent films include Sofia Coppola s latest outing, On the Rocks, starring Bill Murray and Rashida Jones, the documentary Boys State, and the Bruce Springsteen documentary Bruce Springsteen s Letter to You.Other titles that have hit the streaming service include a new version of Steven Spielberg’s anthology series Amazing Stories; Mythic Quest: Raven s Banquet, created by Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day, and Megan Ganz; Little America, from writer–executive producers Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon; and docuseries Visible: Out on Television, about milestones on television for the LGBTQ movement. The latest additions include musical comedy Schmigadoon!, Joseph Gordon Levitt s Mr. Corman, and score changes thanks to the new season of Ted Lasso.Plus, on the film side, Sundance sensation CODA – do not watch this film without Kleenex close by – enters the guide with a Certified Fresh Tomatometer score of 96%.But which of those series and movies have earned their spot among the best Apple TV+ offerings so far? We ve listed the best of the best below. Films and series must have a minimum of 10 reviews to be included, and series that do not have a Tomatometer score, like Oprah s Book Club, do not appear on the list.Subscribed to Apple TV+? Bookmark this page to check in with scores for every series and movie as they re added and stay up to date with the best Apple TV+ series and movies available. Recently Added: Sci-fi epic series Foundation亚博竞彩首页比如UX、UI。《真·三国无双霸》的用户交互界面经过多次迭代,每一个新机制的引入都会带来新的麻烦,比如唤马、格挡、觉醒、闪避等等,虽然多数手游的触屏设计大同小异,左摇杆、右操作,斜向环形设计,但却是影响到玩家手感的细节魔鬼。现如今游戏正式上线后的布局就是多方参与、反复斟酌的结果,它反映了游戏的操作核心:以普攻、蓄力攻击为主,极大降低了玩家的理解负担与误触可能性。

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(Photo by Kerry Brown / © Bleecker Street Media / Courtesy Everett Collection)For a certain kind of movie lover – read: this writer – nothing could be a more enticing lure back to theaters than the promise of Toni Collette tearing into a meaty underdog role on the biggest screen possible. This week, that certain kind of moviegoer is in for a treat. In Dream Horse, the feel-good Welsh film that critics say has arrived in theaters – after delays due to COVID-19 – at just the right time for a country in need of some serious uplift, Collette plays real-life small-town hero Jan Vokes, a working-class woman who wakes up one day with a singular ambition: to breed a champion race horse. The film, whose story was told in the 2015 Certified Fresh documentary Dark Horse, follows Vokes as she rallies a disparate group of locals – among them Damian Lewis s initially skeptical local accountant, Howard Davies – to put some money together and make that dream come true.For Collette, who recently wrapped on Guillermo del Toro s upcoming Nightmare Alley and is currently shooting Netflix drama Pieces of Her in Sydney, Australia, it s another critically acclaimed performance as a woman whose circumstances are humble but who should not be underestimated, a trait she says she s been attracted to from the time of her breakout film role as Mariel/Muriel Heslop in Australian comedy classic, Muriel s Wedding. In Vokes, Collette says she found someone to whom she could relate: I am a sucker for an underdog story, Collette says. Feeling out of place, but having a certain amount of faith in oneself, just having this gut feeling of, I have to pursue this. There s no real clear reason why, except that I m backing myself here and I feel it and I have to do it.' Ahead of the movie s release, Collette spoke with Rotten Tomatoes about the pressure to get one of Wales most beloved (true) fairy tales just right, forming a tight bond with her cast and a horse named Bo, and why she can t wait to see what the singular Del Toro has done with the highly anticipated Nightmare Alley.(Photo by Kerry Brown / © Bleecker Street Media / Courtesy Everett Collection)Joel Meares for Rotten Tomatoes: Congratulations on the film – and on mastering the Welsh accent. The whole time I was watching I was thinking, this must have been work! What was your approach to nailing the notoriously difficult accent?Toni Collette: Panic, initially. I mean, it s a very intimidating collection of sounds, and I wasn t very familiar with it. And not only is the Welsh accent on the whole a little scary from the outset, but then this is a very specific area called The Valleys. Thankfully, I had an incredible dialect coach who helped me – she s from there, and it was very, very specific. I can t tell you how helpful she was. Also, just being there and the cast and the crew were the most beautiful group of people, so supportive. So, the familiarity of the accent, it became more and more of something that didn t seem so scary and far away to reach, but I was very intimidated by it. At the beginning, I was like, I ve got to get out of this job. I won t only embarrass myself, but I will let down this entire nation, because this is a true story and I cannot screw it up! Rotten Tomatoes: I mean, it feels like the most Welsh movie ever made and you re at the center of it doing this accent, and look, to my ears – and I m not steeped in the language – it sounded great! The other thing I kept thinking is, the movie is such a feel-good film, and people are saying it s such a treat that it s coming out at this point in time, because we re in need of this kind of film. It actually wasn t supposed to be out right now, but do you think the timing adds something to the movie?Collette: It couldn t be better time. It could not be more perfect. I think the fact that people are able to go and have a communal experience of sitting in the dark together and watching a story unfold and getting emotionally involved is such a special treat. I think all the things we took for granted are now seen so differently. So, to be able to go and do that for a start is amazing, but to be able to watch something as special as this, that is so full of joy, so uplifting, so inspirational and all about hope and realizing your dreams it just couldn t be better.Rotten Tomatoes: The movie is about a woman who wakes up one day with a dream and acts on it. And when I was watching your character Jan, a lot of the time I was thinking abut Muriel [Collette s character in her breakout, Muriel s Wedding]. They re these two women from small communities who have a dream, right? But, Muriel s dream is to run away and get out and Jan s is to pursue her dream within her community and lift up the community as well. Did you see any parallels between these two characters – both chasing dreams, in different ways, at different points of their life?Collette: Absolutely. I think I am a sucker for an underdog story. I just am. And I grew up in Blacktown [a suburb in western Sydney]; I had very humble beginnings and I had this dream of acting, which seemed so distant and unachievable. I very much relate to feeling out of place, but having a certain amount of faith in oneself, just having this gut feeling of, I have to pursue this. There s no real clear reason why, except that I m backing myself here and I feel it and I have to do it – and to succeed is an incredible thing. But really, what I m inspired by in Jan Vokes is that she s so determined and so full of love and passion, and simply looking for some purpose, some meaning in her life. Really, there s that line: I just want something to look forward to when I wake up in the morning – it s such a simple dream. And to be honest, I don t think she really thinks about uplifting the community. I think it s a by-product of her own [dream]. I think that s that thing of, if you live your truth, you can only have a positive knock-on effect and I think that s what happens in this scenario.(Photo by ©Sony Pictures Classics/courtesy Everett Collection)Rotten Tomatoes: Jan (above, from the documentary Dark Horse) is obviously an incredible and inspiring person. To what capacity did you work with her or get to know her in the process of making the film?Collette: I didn t meet her until she visited the set a few weeks into filming actually. I d been living, obviously, with the script and everyone s stories about spending time with her and the documentary that had previously been somewhat successful at Sundance as well. I was kind of steeped in her world, but I didn t really communicate with her directly. When I heard she was coming to set, I was really nervous. I mean, as I said, it s a real responsibility playing someone who exists, but then she s right there. It s like meeting Santa Claus or something, it s quite jarring, but also very exciting. Kind of want to pee your pants and cuddle them and you don t know them at all. And it was a bit stiff and shy and it was a little disjointed, but I just love that there s this normal woman who pursued her dream and now there s a movie made about her. That in itself is an incredible thing. That just blows me away.They all visited the set a couple of times and then obviously at the end of the film they appear, which I think is so great. It s so important for people to see them and it s done in the most fun Welsh way. I mean, they can t stop singing. That s their culture. They will sing at the drop of a hat about anything.(Photo by © Bleecker Street)Rotten Tomatoes: [Laughing] I admit I was watching the movie and thinking, They re going to sing Delilah at some point –  it s going to happen. It has to, it s Wales! And then it does.Collette: Oh yeah baby. And there were songs that we, all the actors, just ad-libbed, that we kind of made up as we went along, which ended up on screen. But not only that, the composer then used what we had made up on the spot and started to compose from that. So, some of the score is actually inspired by us just mucking around on set. I love the organic nature of how that came to be.Rotten Tomatoes: Sounds like a fun shoot, with great people. Director Euros Lyn has said that you formed a particularly close bond with one of your co-stars: Bo, one of the horses who plays Dream. Tell us about that bond.Collette: Well, look, I m not a particularly horsey person. I have had some mind-blowing almost spiritual experiences with horses, but I m not around them often. And yes, there were several horses playing Dream. There were some that did a lot of the running racing, and then Bo was the acting horse. All of my scenes were with Bo, and they were emotionally intimate and I feel so lucky to have had an experience working with a creature like this, because there s no crazy judgment and the mind going round circuitously trying to make sense of things. The horse is just there. The horse is just present and listening, and it s all just energy between us and it was really profound. I loved him and I even looked into flying him back to Sydney. It was highfalutin, it was never going to happen, but I just felt so connected to this horse, and it wasn t just in my mind because the crew could see it. Everyone s like, Oh my God, this is incredible to capture this on film, but they are beautiful, sensitive, perceptive creatures, and it was pretty spesh. [Editor s note: That would be Aussie shorthand for special. ](Photo by Kerry Brown / © Bleecker Street Media / Courtesy Everett Collection)Rotten Tomatoes: This film obviously shows a very nurturing relationship between man and horse. It s a beautiful side of this sport. But watching the movie I couldn t help also thinking about some of the conversations around horse-racing, and controversies, which have particularly come up in Australia in the last couple of years every November [the month of nation-stopping horse race the Melbourne Cup] – the debate around how dangerous racing can be for the animals. These owners clearly were incredibly careful and caring about the wellbeing of Dream, but there is another side. Was that conversation ever something that you thought about or was in the back of your mind as you got to know this world?Collette: Absolutely, yeah. I really don t know much about horse racing. Like Jan, it was a real education for me. I think the focus of the story is her relationship with Dream and what it does for herself and her community. Dream is almost like a third child to her. She s so protective of his wellbeing and his health. And it s torture actually for her to watch him do what he is actually very good at. They talk about him being born to do that and she did do that, she did state, I m going to breed a race horse. But she falls so heavily in love with this beautiful animal and they have such a bond that it becomes quite upsetting for her. She can barely watch. I think she feels Look, I don t want to put words in her mouth, but she can t go and visit him [today]. He has a great life. He s out to pasture, he s got beautiful carers and she can t visit him. She can t face it.(Photo by Kerry Hayes/Universal Pictures)Rotten Tomatoes: The last time we spoke was for I m Thinking of Ending Things, and I d asked about shooting Guillermo del Toro s Nightmare Alley, and at that time everything was on pause and you hadn t had a chance to do it. And now it’s done. Collette: Done baby, yeah!Rotten Tomatoes: First of all, how was it doing a production with COVID-safe protocols? And then secondly, what can we expect from your character Zeena and this film?Collette: Well, it was an amazing experience. Guillermo Del Toro is an incredible human being. There is nobody like him, and I m so thankful that I got to work with him and I hope to do it again and again, because it is truly very satisfying and just a huge amount of fun. I love him. I love him as a person. I love him as a director. There is nobody like him. He is singular and incredible.I took my family. We lived in beautiful house in Toronto. There were varying degrees of lockdown. But I ve got to say, I think, you couldn t get any safer than a film set. They re so regimented and disciplined and demanding in terms of having to toe the line and everyone does their best to not get it. You really are in a bubble and the whole of Toronto is in masks and you re just sanitizing your hands a million times a day and trying not to be in big crowds and you just have to be mindful of that. Especially when you re working, because there s a bigger risk there. It s not just you, it s everyone else, you know?Rotten Tomatoes: And finally, is there anything you could tell us about the film? What can we expect genre-wise – is this a big Del Toro fantasy? People are so curious.Collette: It s not fantasy, it s a period drama. It s just as gorgeously saturated visually [as his other films], but it s very much a drama. It s unlike some of his other work and the actors are incredible. It looks incredible. I personally can t wait to see it. I think there s almost four hours of footage, which needs to be whittled down. And I know that he s editing furiously at the moment, but it was a total joy. I think we all felt very privileged to be able to work during that period when so many people just couldn t do much at all.Dream Horse is in theaters May 21, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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4.57.3 5月喜迎How do you turn yourself into the world’s most formidable chess prodigy when you barely know how to play the game yourself? That was the question facing Anya Taylor-Joy as she prepared to step into the mind of Beth Harmon, the protagonist of Walter Tevis’s novel The Queen’s Gambit and its lavish Netflix adaptation, which arrives on the service this month. Set in the 1950s and ’60s, the limited series follows Harmon’s rise from orphan with a talent to teen prodigy to national champion, all as she deals with addiction to tranquilizers – crippling, but sometimes useful when she’s plotting her moves alone at night – and the men of the chess-world boys’ club who want to keep her out. Ahead of the series’ release, Taylor-Joy sat down with us to break down how she tapped into Harmon’s pain, why she relates to her solitary pursuit, and how her dance training helped her feign a mastery of pawns, rooks, and knights. (Thumbnail image courtesy of Netflix)The Queen s Gambit is available on Netflix from Friday, October 23, 2020. On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

(Photo by Melinda Sue Gordon/©Warner Bros. Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection)All Christopher Nolan Movies Ranked by TomatometerChristopher Nolan had such a perfect outsider journey into Hollywood filmmaking, he makes transforming into one of the world s foremost A-list directors look simple. First, you make your requisite black-and-white feature debut for less than a half-million dollars (Following) in England. Then you come over to America, put together an inventive, almost revolutionary indie (Memento), which gets you invited into the big studio system for Insomnia, where two seasoned pros like Robin Williams and Al Pacino can recognize an up-and-coming talent and agree to star. Then, boom: You re good to go in your new career as a rising director.For Nolan, the next step up was a surprising move at the time: Resurrecting Bruce Wayne for Batman Begins, whose big-screen reputation had been trashed by Batman Robin. With The Prestige, he really began to establish himself as a brand and icon whose pictures you can rely on to feature slick-as-ice style, heavy dollops of science fiction, mind-warping concepts and resolutions, and a growing repertoire of actors to fulfill his vision. Inception and Interstellar certainly fit this mold, while The Dark Knight (and its Rises sequel, to an extent) revolutionized comic book movies and pop culture fandom. And lest we think he forgot his roots, Dunkirk was a worthy movie monument to the WWII military evacuation s inspirational stature within British society.Nolan s next film is Tenet, whose release has shifted with the sands of time in the ongoing pandemic. Its currently slated for an international August 26 debut, followed by a rollout to the American market starting September 3. Until then, we re ranking all Christopher Nolan movies by Tomatometer!
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Even as we enter the final month of 2018, superhero movies continue to draw massive interest, with a member of DC s Justice League and an alternate version of a Marvel icon topping the list of Decembers most anticipated movies. If you count the Transformers prequel about a certain VW Beetle and Disney s decades-later sequel to a celebrated classic, then fantastical tales about extraordinary individuals comprise the top four. Toss in a couple of real-life based dramas that tied for the fifth spot, and you ve got a pretty hefty holiday movie season to look forward to. With that in mind, read on for the Most Anticipated Movies of December!1. Aquaman (2018) 65%(Photo by Warner Bros.)10,107 Want-to-See Votes#1 pick by our Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter fansOpens December 21How do you make a superhero who talks to fish and wears orange spandex cool? Cast Jason Khal Drogo Momoa in the role, surround him with people like Nicole Kidman, Willem Dafoe, Patrick Wilson, and Amber Heard, and put the man behind the Conjuring universe in the director s chair. James Wan s origin story about DC s reluctant Atlantean king ranked #1 across all of our social polls and garnered the most Want-to-See votes on RT of any December movie by a wide margin. Aquaman looks primed to rule the box office when it opens right before Christmas, but it ll face some stiff competition from a few other movies on this list.Watch Trailer2. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018) 97%(Photo by Sony Pictures Animation)1,183 Want-to-See Votes#2 pick by our Instagram and Twitter fans, #3 pick by our Facebook fansOpens December 14We ve already gotten three different versions of Peter Parker since the superhero movie boom of the 2000s, but we ve never seen Miles Morales on the big screen, and if early reviews are any indication, Into the Spider-Verse could be one of the best Spider-Man movies yet. Produced by The Lego Movie and Jump Street franchise s Phil Lord and Chris Miller (and co-written by Lord), Sony s animated film made believers out of skeptics with the first trailer, which showcased a unique, vibrant art style with a beating heart at its center. Considering almost all the reviews thus far have been raves, this one looks like a crowd-pleaser.Watch Trailer3. Bumblebee (2018) 90%(Photo by Paramount Pictures) 793 Want-to-See Votes#2 pick by our Facebook fans, #3 pick by our Instagram fans, #4 pick by our Twitter fansOpens December 21The Transformers franchise has never performed very well with critics (the first film in 2007 is the Freshest at 58% on the Tomatometer), but it has raked in over billion at the box office. With that in mind, this month s Bumblebee represents a break from formula: It s a prequel set during the 1980s and centered on just one of the characters, and it s directed by someone other than Michael Bay (namely Travis Knight). Hailee Steinfeld stars as the human companion this time around, and instead of the more futuristic designs we ve seen in the franchise thus far, we get robots that more closely resemble the classic Transformers from the TV series. We ll have to wait and see if the gamble pays off.Watch Trailer4. Mary Poppins Returns (2018) 80%(Photo by Walt Disney Studios)1,149 Want-to-See Votes#3 pick by our Twitter fansOpens December 19The latest in Disney s efforts to remake, reimagine, or otherwise reintroduce classic films from their extensive library comes in the form of a sequel to 1964 s Mary Poppins. The magical nanny formerly played by Julie Andrews is replaced by Emily Blunt, who returns to Cherry Tree Lane to teach timely lessons to the children of the now grown-up Michael Banks (Ben Whishaw). This one only cracked the top five in our Twitter poll, but it also earned the third most Want-to-See votes on RT.Watch Trailer5a. Mary Queen of Scots (2018) 62%(Photo by Liam Daniel/Focus Features)552 Want-to-See Votes#5 pick by our Facebook and Instagram fansOpens December 7Like last month, two films tied for the fifth spot on our Most Anticipated list, and in this case, they re both political dramas based on true events. The first is this look at the life of Mary Stuart (Saoirse Ronan), the young Queen of France who returns to her native Scotland just as the country comes under the rule of Queen Elizabeth I (Margot Robbie), setting off a fierce rivalry with consequences that will echo through history. Mary Queen of Scots managed to sneak in at fifth in both our Facebook and Instagram polls and earned the fifth most Want-to-See votes on RT, and judging from early reviews, it s an impressive showcase for the talents of its two leads.Watch Trailer5b. Vice (2018) 65%(Photo by Annapurna Pictures)195 Want-to-See Votes#4 pick by our Instagram fans, #5 pick by our Twitter fansOpens December 25Last but not least, we have Adam McKay s profile of former U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney, chronicling the congressman s rise to power and substantial influence during the George W. Bush administration. The stellar cast includes Christian Bale as Cheney, Sam Rockwell as Bush, Amy Adams as Lynne Cheney, and Steve Carell as Donald Rumsfeld, just to name a few, and it represents McKay s second foray into more serious material after a string of broad comedies. Though it didn t score many Want-to-See votes, it managed to rank fourth in our Instagram poll and fifth in our Twitter poll.Watch Trailer

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Ghcxuf aming service — Apple TV+ — for the eight-episode adaptation of Lisey s Story, which King himself has penned. King has said the novel — which follows the widow of a famous novelist coping with his death, and which King wrote following his own serious car accident — is his favorite, so it makes sense that the author himself would shepherd it to the small screen.Julianne Moore stars as the titular character and Clive Owen as her late husband, Scott Landon, and the story goes back and forth in time from the past to Lisey s present, with a visit to dream world Boo ya Moon in between as an obsessive fan (Dane DeHaan) tries to gain access to Scott s unfinished manuscripts.Rotten Tomatoes spoke to Abrams about Lisey s Story, his past (and hopefully future) collaborations with King, and what else he and his team at production company Bad Robot have in the works.(Photo by Apple TV+)Jean Bentley for Rotten Tomatoes: You ve worked with Stephen King before, but he has said many times that Lisey s Story is very personal to him. Did you have a different experience this time around because of that?Abrams: Well, it was different in that he wrote all the episodes. I think that obviously speaks to how much it means to him. I had read over the years that this was his favorite book he d written, and it was when he said he wanted to write every episode that I realized he meant it. What was wonderful about it was that he really did adapt it, which is to say it s a very internal book. Instead of doing a kind of transcription to another form, he really did something that I think is far harder to do than it might seem: look at the work and figure out how to take what s so internal and translate it to a different medium. Pablo Larraín, our director, was super helpful with that as well. [Stephen was] all in on this one. What was wonderful was that he loved what not just Pablo but the cast was doing, and became our loudest cheerleader as the production was underway.Rotten Tomatoes: What about from your perspective? Was anything particularly different with this collaboration? How hands-on were you in this show?Abrams: Sometimes being a producer is putting out fires everywhere you look. In some cases, it s figuring out how to identify what the story really is or might be, or how to fix things that are evidently broken. In the case of this, it was really to help put together the team and be there to talk to any of the players at any time when necessary, but really to get out of the way and let them do their job. Stephen King is such a master of the form. Being the recipient of these drafts of the episodes that he was writing was really just a gift to all of us and Pablo. Again, there were always creative conversations about how to best do it. Lisey s Story is a very interpretable book, which is to say the idea of Boo ya Moon, this other world, this other existence, everyone who reads the book is going to have a slightly different vision. Pablo is responsible for making that a very specific and very photo-real thing. How do you do that best? What does that look like? How does it work?I was always nervous, of course, that somehow Stephen would feel like that character, that relationship, that world, that look didn t quite [translate]. He s been doing this a while, [so] he understands that a director s job is to interpret for all of us what it is he or she sees. What was great was that Stephen was as supportive as he was along the way.(Photo by Apple TV+)Rotten Tomatoes: From a wider perspective, where do you think Lisey s Story fits in with what you are doing at Bad Robot and the kinds of projects you re producing there?Abrams: We are producing all sorts of things and just recently getting into animation. We re doing some stories that are based on books — in some cases comic books, in some cases original ideas, which are some of my favorite things that we re working on. A lot of the strategy or planning of what one might think your job is or your company is going to be, frankly, I m doubtful that those strategic plans always make sense and work. The only litmus test I have for a project that we work on is does it have an ooh factor. Am I leaning in to that project? It could be a comedy, it could be a horror film, it could be science-fiction, it could be a straight drama, it could be a love story, it could be live-action or animated, TV or film. It could be a book, it could be a stage production. If there s something that makes me feel like I want to see that, I want to read that, I want to listen to that, that, to me, is the only litmus test. I m just a bit dubious about long-term plans that go beyond truly making the best decision that you can moment to moment, and signing on to work with people that inspire you. Certainly, in the case of Lisey s Story, that was true.Rotten Tomatoes: You ve named a lot of different genres, not just the ones you re best known for. But people don t only watch one genre, so it feels like you re running the whole gamut of what anyone would be interested in.Abrams: I know that it might seem like Bad Robot is, Oh, it s that place where they do the sci-fi movies. We re about to start shooting a movie with Allison Janney and Jurnee Smollett that is a great survival drama with these two women at the center. There s nothing science-fiction or otherworldly about it. It s a compelling story. I just feel like whenever we find something that we really can sink our teeth into, those are the kinds of stories that we would like to tell. All of us, I think, are open to any genre if the story is told well.Rotten Tomatoes: Like your other Apple TV+ show, Little Voice. It s just a nice drama.Abrams: It was a very sweet series. It reminded me a lot of back in the day when we were doing the show Felicity — it was just the idea of young people who were opening their hearts to each other and struggling with what it is to be alive in the world. There isn t a genre that I feel doesn t potentially fall into the category of something we would love to do.Rotten Tomatoes: Exactly, and then you move on to a show with Julianne Moore and Clive Owen traversing different worlds.Abrams: Yeah, totally. Again, I can t explain it other than to say I don t think any of us want to eat one meal every day for the rest of our lives.(Photo by Apple TV+)Rotten Tomatoes: Lisey s Story tackles the themes of toxic masculinity and entitlement and fandom in a really interesting way that I have not necessarily seen you tackle in your other work, and it s probably something that both you and Stephen King have experience with.Abrams: I think one of the reasons that this was so important to Stephen King is that it spoke to his real life. Not just his work, but his marriage. Not just his work that he does, but the result of the work that he does. I think anyone who is in the public eye, anyone who is putting out work that touches people in any way runs the risk of having the kinds of fans that you find, certainly, in this story. I think that that was one of the things that he was really wrestling with. If he were to be gone and Tabitha, his wife, were to be there, what would that be like if some of the fans [showed up] that he knows have acted in a certain way? It s a scary and wildly relatable thing to anyone who s in that and many other professions.The story is Lisey s, and this is ultimately a story of hope and perseverance, but also deep suffering. What that character goes through is so horrific, not only in the backstory and understanding what she s been through, but what she goes through in real time and having to basically bear the burden of what it is that her husband has left for her. I think that it is a frighteningly realistic aspect to this really unique combination of genres, but it s something that Stephen obviously had a lot of feelings about. I completely understand where he was coming from with it because it s clearly something that is probably on the mind of anyone who s in the public eye.Rotten Tomatoes: It feels like a lot of people in the past year have taken a step back and started to reflect on their lives and their life s work. It feels timely in that sense, too.Abrams: I know exactly what you mean. The truth is that for all of us this year has been a year of loss, a year of struggle, a year of introspection and reconsideration, and in many cases, a year of gratitude and re-prioritizing things. I feel like part of what the story is about, which I think is very much in line with what you re saying, is that when your life is going on, there is a sense of an autopilot mode. When things get interrupted, you cannot help but stop and reconsider. I think that s what, certainly, Lisey goes through about her life, her marriage, and then having to question, how do you handle this? How do you overcome this? Who are you going to be moving forward? I think, to some degree, we re all going through that.(Photo by Apple TV+)Rotten Tomatoes: Were there any really difficult aspects of this show from conception to finished product? You had to stop production in the middle of everything, but what else was just a real struggle?Abrams: There were things like how do you bring to the screen something that is so fanciful and as fantastical as Boo ya Moon? Clearly, that was Pablo Larraín, our amazing director s vision and work, very much alongside Stephen King. Weirdly, when I started to see what he was doing with Boo ya Moon, I felt like, Oh. Wow. That was what I saw in my head, even though everyone will have their own version. I think the hardest thing was what you mentioned, the fact that well into production we had to shut down as the world did. We were one of the first productions to get back up and running again, doing so both here and, unexpectedly but we had to, overseas in Germany. I m incredibly grateful to the production people at Bad Robot and Warners and the entire cast and crew who managed to complete this thing. At the end of the day, it s seamless, but I know what had to happen for this thing to be finished. It was certainly challenging and a lot. I m grateful to all of them for that.Rotten Tomatoes: In that same vein, is there something about this project in particular that you re really proud of?Abrams: Well, obviously, any time we get to work with Stephen King is a point of pride. I m incredibly honored to have gotten to be associated with him on this. The cast is remarkable. Julianne Moore, I can t say enough about her. What she has to do in this project is enormous. She s so good and she s so lovely as a human. She makes it seem weirdly inevitable and effortless, none of which it is. I think to the entire cast and crew, I m just deeply moved by what they were able to do.For me, one of the unsung heroes — but maybe he will be sung — is Dane DeHaan, who brings this bad guy to life in a way that is so weirdly dimensional, and real, and funny, and horrifying, and awful. He ends up being one of the villains for the ages. I m enormously indebted to him. But like I said, Pablo and Stephen, to me, are the two people who came together to be remarkably more than the sum of their parts. I m so grateful for that.The first two episodes of Lisey s Story premiere Friday, June 4 on Apple TV+, with new episodes released weekly.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News. 😈😈


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哪个变态手游盒子好用?变态手游盒子包含丰富bt游戏资源,变态爆率,无限元宝公益服手游,上线即送满级vip特权,无限送充值卡,领红包,玩游戏还能享受到游戏加速,更加有效率地玩游戏。欢迎玩家来本站下载app进行体验! This week in TV news saw some major changes for HBO talent, an update to your Netflix subscription, live-action Cowboy Bebop casting, and plenty more developments.TOP STORYWestworld Bosses Find New Home(Photo by John P. Johnson/HBO)Westworld creators Jonah Nolan and Lisa Joy have just signed a reported nine-figure, four-year deal with Amazon to create new content for the company s TV studio and streaming service. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the duo will be making upwards of million per year at their new home.But what does that mean for Westworld, which is currently in production on its third season?The short answer is nothing; the third season of the series is still likely going to air on HBO in 2020, and Joy and Nolan are running the show.The long answer, though, is slightly more involved. Joy and Nolan had been working at Warner Bros. TV, which produces Westworld. And while they re moving their production company to Amazon, they re still planning to stay on board as writers and executive producers on Westworld for the life of the show, according to the report, which means nothing is changing day-to-day for season 3, and should the show be renewed for a fourth season, continuing to run their series is a top priority. Essentially, all their new work from now on will be done under the Amazon umbrella, but Westworld is staying put and they re staying involved. So breathe easy, it ll still be the complicated sci-fi drama you know and love.Netflix Raises Prices(Photo by Netflix)Netflix is raising its prices again: The streaming service’s biggest price increase to date will increase the two-HD stream Standard plan by per month to .99; Premium (four Ultra HD streams) is also increasing by to .99; and the Basic plan (one non-HD stream) will increase to .99. The new prices take effect for new subscribers immediately, and will be phased in gradually for existing customers based on their billing cycles.Cobra Kai Leads a Trailer BonanzaThere’s a LOT of good television on nowadays, and approximately a dozen TV series dropped trailers for their upcoming seasons this week. You can watch the full trailer for Cobra Kai season 2 above, out April 24. Season 2 brings fans back into the action with Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) and Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) after the shocking Season 1 cliffhanger featuring the return of John Kreese (Martin Kove). When a new rivalry between opposing dojos is born in the aftermath of Cobra Kai’s controversial win at the All Valley Championships, Daniel realizes his next countermove is to open his own karate training school called Miyagi-Do, in honor of his mentor Mr. Miyagi. What was once a personal feud between Daniel and Johnny escalates beyond their differences to engulf their students, who as teenagers, are already challenged to figure out who they are and who they want to be. Which path will they follow — Cobra Kai or Miyagi-Do?If that s not what you re after, you can follow the links for a teaser for the third season of TNT’s Claws (out June 9), a trailer for the second season of Paramount Network’s Yellowstone (June 19), one for the sixth season of The CW’s The 100 (out April 30), and ones for new series including Netflix’s dark comedy Dead to Me (out May 3), AMC’s horror adaptation NOS4A2 (out June 2), and Epix’s Batman butler prequel series Pennyworth (out this summer). You can also watch the entire first episode of The Chi season 2 ahead of the show s official April 7 debut.Cowboy Bebop Returns(Photo by Emma McIntyre/Getty Images)Netflix’s live-action adaptation of Cowboy Bebop is finally coming together. The 10-episode series will star John Cho, Mustafa Shakir, Daniella Pineda, and Alex Hassell as a crew of bounty hunters searching for the solar system’s most dangerous criminals and is based on the jazz-inspired Japanese anime series from 2001. Cho will play Spike Spiegel, “an impossibly cool ‘cowboy’ (bounty hunter) with a deadly smile, a wry wit, and style to spare. He travels the solar system with his ex-cop partner, Jet, pursuing the future’s most dangerous bounties with a combination of charm, charisma — and deadly Jeet Kune Do.” Shakir is Jet Black, “was one of the few honest cops in the solar system before an ultimate betrayal robbed him of all that he loved, forcing him into a vagabond life of hunting bounties to put food on the table. Jet is an inveterate jazz enthusiast and Captain of the Bebop.” Pineda is Faye Valentine, “a bold, brash and unpredictable bounty hunter. Suffering from amnesia after years of being cryogenically frozen, Faye does whatever it takes to survive. Whether she’s lying, stealing, or just being a thorn in Spike and Jet’s side.” And Hassell is Vicious, “a man who thoroughly enjoys a good kill, Vicious is the Syndicate’s most notorious hitman. He’s also Spike Spiegel’s ex-partner and arch-enemy.” Radical Ed has not yet been cast.Darren Star’s New Leading Lady and More Casting News(Photo by JA/Everett Collection)Lily Collins will star in the newest series from Sex and the City and Younger creator Darren Star, a dramedy called Emily in Paris. The new series is set to premiere on Paramount Network in 2020, and will follow the adventures of the titular character (Collins), a driven twentysomething from the Midwest who moves to France for an unexpected job opportunity. The series will tackle her career, friendships, love life, and the challenges of living in a foreign city, and begins filming later in 2019.Hulu’s horror series Light as a Feather has added Robyn Lively (Teen Witch), Katelyn Nacon (The Walking Dead), and several other new cast members for its upcoming second season.Amazon and the Jim Henson Co. Team Up(Photo by Hulton Archive / Getty Images)More than 2,500 hours of programming from the Jim Henson Company is now available to stream on Amazon Prime Video. While it’s mostly available in 67 different territories around the world, much of the content is not accessible to U.S. users due to existing licensing deals. The content available only to lucky viewers outside of the U.S. includes The Storyteller, The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss, Mother Goose Stories, and all five seasons of Fraggle Rock. (U.S. viewers can watch Fraggle Rock on HBO.)Development NewsShowtime has ordered a new spy thriller anthology series from The Hurt Locker and Zero Dark Thirty writer Mark Boal. Intelligence is based on real stories from around the world and will explore how espionage intersects with politics, finance, media, and silicon valley. Season 1, which is currently being written, will focus on the behind-the-scenes history leading up to the 2016 U.S. election. Subsequent seasons will look at a different major world event through the lens of covert operations.



亚博竞彩首页 It would appear that everyone is saving their money for Toy Story 4 next week. Either that or nobody wanted to spend their hard-earned cash on two rebooted films about investigators that began their runs in 1998 and 2000. How bad did the two new sequels do this weekend? Combined they made just million more than Dark Phoenix did last week. On top of it, Phoenix nearly set a new record low (or high) in its second weekend.King of the Crop: MIB Number 1, But It s All Water, No Sugar(Photo by Sony)The title is a dubious distinction given that its opening weekend is less than 50% of any of the first three films. Men In Black: International does own the top spot at the box office with .5 million this weekend but if it continues along the lines of the sequels released the past two weeks its domestic future looks rather bleak. The rebooted franchise with Thor: Ragnarok co-stars Tessa Thompson and Chris Hemsworth is scoring just slightly higher with  critics (24% on the Tomatometer) than Dark Phoenix (23%) and opened with million less.At a reported cost of 0 million, MIB:I is Sony’s most expensive film since Spider-Man: Homecoming in 2017. And unlike Passengers or Ghostbusters, Spidey was the only 0-plus million production from the studio since 2015’s SPECTRE to turn a profit. International is going to be relying on that very thing to get anywhere close. Rotten Returns: Shaft and Dark Phoenix Re-Defining Lows(Photo by 20th Century Fox)Did anyone know that a new Shaft was coming out? Well, it made .3 million this weekend. The previous Shaft (2000) opened to .7 million and finished with .3 million. Of the 13 direct sequels (big and small) released in 2019, Shaft and Men In Black: International are now the seventh and eighth ones to have their opening weekends drop 47% or more from the previous films.There may have been some curiosity about just how bad Dark Phoenix was last week, but it now nearly strikes a new low in its second weekend with million, after last week s .9 million opening. Amongst films that have opened between and million, there were five previous titles to drop more than 70% in weekend two: They were The Devil Inside (-76.2%), The Purge (-75.6%), Bruno (-72.8%), 2010’s A Nightmare on Elm Street (-72.3%) and Hellboy II: The Golden Army (-70.7%). Dark Phoenix joined the list this week by dropping 73%.Top Ten And Beyond: Pets 2, Aladdin, Rocketman(Photo by Universal Pictures)Illumination’s The Secret Life of Pets 2 made .8 million this weekend, for a current cume of m. Even if Pets 2 manages to squeak out 5 million domestically that is still nearly a 58% drop from the 5 million the first film made. Then again, with just an million budget and an international haul that is up to million, profit is still in the cards, though that will still feel like a disappointment.Aladdin continues to do solid business with over 3 million domestic and 4 million worldwide. And the other musical released three weeks ago continues to do solid biz, too: Rocketman made another million, for a million total cume.Amazon expanded its million Sundance pickup, Late Night, into 2,220 theaters this weekend and the results were a bit lackluster: A .1 million weekend with just a ,314 per-theater-average. Focus’ release of Jim Jarmusch’s The Dead Don’t Die posted a ,834 PTA this weekend opening with .35 million in 613 theaters. That is already the fourth highest-grossing film that Jarmusch has ever made and needs less than a million to pass Ghost Dog: Way of the Samurai for second, behind just Broken Flowers (.7 million).And finally, Avengers: Endgame record watch: With around million globally this weekend the film is still million from Avatar’s total .742 billion. This Time Last Year: Incredibles 2 Grabbed The All-Time Animation Record(Photo by Disney)Pixar’s Incredibles 2 broke the all-time animated opening weekend record with 2.6 million. That was good enough for the eighth highest all-time as well and yet only the third best of 2018 after Avengers: Infiinty War and Black Panther. The comedy, Tag, started in third with .9 million, the remake of Superfly was only sixth with .8 million. And John Travolta as Gotti did not even make the top 10 with .71 million in 503 theaters for 11th place. The top 10 films grossed a total of 8.48 million and averaged 71.9% on the Tomatometer. This year’s top 10 grossed an estimated 8.08 Million and averaged 55.2%.On the Vine: Toy Story 4 Seeks All-Time Animation Records(Photo by Disney)Woody, Buzz, and the whole gang return in Toy Story 4, which is poised to be one of the biggest films of the summer and the year. Can it beat Incredibles 2’s opening record? Early reports suggest it could be headed for 0 million or higher and it currently holds a 100% on the Tomatometer. Another kid’s toy returns to theaters as well, though one with a choking hazard intentionally. Mark Hamill voices Chucky in the Child’s Play remake. Meanwhile, Luc Besson is grooming yet another young female assassin with Anna. She is unlikely to be the next Lucy. Though maybe she ll be the next Adèle Blanc-Sec, The Extraordinary Adventures of.The Full Top 10: June 7-9Men in Black: International (2019) 23% – .50 million (.50 million total)The Secret Life of Pets 2 (2019) 60% – .80 million (.04 million total)Aladdin (2019) 57% – .71 million (3.44 million total)Dark Phoenix (2019) 22% – .00 million (.76 million total)Rocketman (2019) 89% – .80 million (.14 million total)Shaft (2019) 34% – .31 million (.31 million total)Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019) 42% – .10 million (.68 million total)John Wick: Chapter 3 -- Parabellum (2019) 89% – .10 million (8.62 million total)Late Night (2019) 79% – .13 million (.44 million total)Ma (2019) 56% – .61 million (.34 million total)

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