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欧宝体育在线登录入口采用百度引擎1(Baidu 6)Mark Ellis and his cult followers Maude Garrett, Scott Mantz, and Jacqueline Coley are here to talk about Quentin Tarantino s 9th film, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, an unrestrained, nostalgic trip through 1969 Los Angeles. But does it justify its nearly 3-hour runtime? And how was the mega-pairing of Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio? What about Margot Robbie as Sharon Tate? Is this the most Tarantino movie ever or the least? All topics are on the table in this spoiler-heavy talk!Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is in theaters now.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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2. THIS WEEK IN REPLACING DICAPRIO, PART 2: SAM ROCKWELL AND RICHARD JEWELL(Photo by Fox Searchlight)DiCaprio had also previously been attached to star in Clint Eastwood s next film as director, Richard Jewell (previously titled The Ballad of Richard Jewell), but his role has now gone to Sam Rockwell instead. The title refers to a security guard who discovered a suspicious backpack bomb at the 1996 Atlanta Summer Olympics. Rockwell will play Jewell s defense attorney, and the title role is going to Paul Walter Hauser, who was arguably the breakout star of I, Tonya. (At one point, that role would have gone to Jonah Hill, when he was physically much heavier.) The cast for the film expanded even further this week, though, as Kathy Bates will also be co-starring as Jewell s mother. In related news, Paul Walter Hauser also signed on this week for a lower profile film, Silk Road, which is also based on a true crime story.3. NETFLIX ADAPTING HIT VIDEO GAME THE DIVISION WITH JESSICA CHASTAIN AND JAKE GYLLENHAAL(Photo by JA, Jason Smith/Everett Collection)There are so many Marvel movies (over 30 if you include the various Sony and Fox movies) that it s rare to find a big star who hasn t appeared in at least one of them. Jessica Chastain co-starred as an alien in last week s Dark Phoenix, and Jake Gyllenhaal will play Mysterio in next month s Spider-Man: Far from Home, and we now know that they will both headline an upcoming video game movie. Both of them actually joined the movie based on Tom Clancy s The Division three years ago, but that was so long ago that, until this week, it didn t seem like a sure thing that either was still attached. The big reveal this week is that Netflix has stepped in to produce and distribute The Division, which will be the next film directed by David Leitch, who s coming off Certified Fresh action hits in Atomic Blonde (78%) and Deadpool 2 (83%). Tom Clancy s The Division is an action role-playing game set in New York City following a mass genocide from a viral attack.4. NETFLIX ENLISTS COCO WRITER FOR THEIR TAKE ON CHRONICLES OF NARNIA (Photo by Walt Disney courtesy Everett Collection)Ostensibly inspired by the box office successes of both the Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings movies, Walden Media started adapting C.S. Lewis The Chronicles of Narnia in 2005 with The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe. That first movie was a box office smash (5 million globally), but the second (The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian) and third (The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader) both dropped by nearly half with 9 million and 5 million, respectively. (The third film also dipped the franchise into Rotten territory.) Disney released the first two films, and Fox the third, but nine years later, Netflix now has the rights. To get things started, Netflix has hired screenwriter Matthew Aldrich (who cowrote Pixar s Coco, Certified Fresh at 97%) to work on their ambitious adaptations of Lewis seven novels into both movies and at least one series.5. MELISSA MCCARTHY S ST. VINCENT REUNION THE STARLING (Photo by JA/Everett Collection)Like many comic actors, Melissa McCarthy frequently dips her cinematic toes into more dramatic fare (like last year s Can You Ever Forgive Me?, Certified Fresh at 98%). McCarthy arguably started doing this in 2014 with the dramedy St. Vincent (Certified Fresh 77%), co-starring Bill Murray, Naomi Watts, and Chris O Dowd. St. Vincent was directed by Ted Melfi (Hidden Figures), who had planned to direct a psychiatric dramedy called Fruit Loops (with Woody Harrelson) next, until Disney recently let it go as part of their new Fox plans. Quickly shifting gears, Melfi will instead next direct a tragic comedy called The Starling, with McCarthy and O Dowd reuniting from St. Vincent as a married couple struggling with grief.6. BO BURNHAM WILL WRITE THE NEW SESAME STREET MOVIE S SONGS  (Photo by Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection)Although January is historically seen as a dump month, studios have more recently been enjoying success with the Martin Luther King Jr. Day weekend in mid-January (Glass in 2019, Hidden Figures in 2017, Ride Along 2 in 2016, etc.). Warner Bros. is developing a Sesame Street musical starring Anne Hathaway, and they chose a release date of January 15, 2021 (which would have been MLK s 92nd birthday) a while back. Filming isn t expected to start until April of next year, and this week, we found out who will be writing the new Sesame Street songs. That role has gone to comedian-turned-writer-director Bo Burnham, who is coming off a great 2018 after his award-winning feature directorial debut with teen drama Eighth Grade (Certified Fresh at 99%). As pointed out in this piece, Burnham made an early mark on YouTube by performing raunchy songs like My Whole Family Thinks I m Gay, but it s pretty obvious that his Sesame Street songs won t be like that. Or so we assume.7. CLASSIC HORROR FILM BLACK CHRISTMAS GETTING REMADE (AGAIN)(Photo by MGM courtesy Everett Collection)Possibly more than any other genre, horror movies are particularly ripe for remakes, mostly because they can be made relatively affordably with a high potential box office return. In 2006, one such remake was Black Christmas (Rotten at 15%), based on the influential early 1974 slasher of the same title (Fresh at 71%). Both films featured young actresses as sorority house members who later became more famous: Margot Kidder (Superman) in the original film, and Mary Elizabeth Winstead (10 Cloverfield Lane, TV s Fargo) in the remake. Blumhouse Productions and Universal Pictures are rushing to remake Black Christmas again, and the lead actress this time around will be Imogen Poots, who co-starred in 2016 s Green Room. We say rushing because Universal has scheduled Black Christmas for just six months from now (December 13, 2019), up against the Jumanji sequel. The updated film will be directed by Sophia Takal, who co-wrote the script with April Wolfe, which gives the remake a unique female perspective that might be exactly the jolt it needs.Rotten Ideas2. KEVIN HART REMAKING BILL MURRAY S SCROOGED (Photo by Universal Pictures, Paramount Pictures)Bill Murray s zombie comedy The Dead Don t Die is in theaters this weekend, and he s all over The Weekly Ketchup as well. This is the third story with Murray connections, following Ghostbusters 3 and The Starling (which is a reunion project for St. Vincent, in which Bill Murray starred). Although they don t always hit financially, remakes remain popular with Hollywood because many of them can be made relatively affordably (compared to say, superhero movies), but still have name brand familiarity. In 1988, Bill Murray starred in Scrooged (Fresh at 70%), which was itself basically a remake (more specificially a reimagination) of Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol. Well, that remake is going to get a remake, because Kevin Hart is producing and is expected to star in a Scrooged remake for Paramount Pictures. The Scrooged remake does not yet have a screenwriter or director, so it s probably at least a few Christmases away.1. ANIMATED SPICE GIRLS MOVIE IN THE WORKS(Photo by Columbia Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)Last year marked the 20th anniversary of the 1998 Spice Girls movie, Spice World (Rotten at 35%), which unironically had absolutely nothing to do with Frank Herbert s Dune (melange jokes for the win). As with all mortals, time marches on even for the Spice Girls, but Paramount Pictures has figured out a way to make another Spice Girls movie: animation. All five original Spice Girls members are signed on to star in the new animated film, which will feature both their hit songs and new songs as well. The Spice Girls movie is part of a new Paramount Animation slate that aims to release two movies a year, starting in 2020 with The SpongeBob Movie: It s a Wonderful Sponge (5/22/2020) and the comic book adaptation Rumble (7/31/2020). Paramount is also still developing an animated Mighty Mouse movie. This story isn t the week s Rotten Idea for those films, however, but because of Spice World s Tomatometer score.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week. 总的来说,这款手游是需要很多的时间的,对于时间宽裕的玩家是很有利的,因为在一些资源的方面,依靠时间是可以提升的,但是如果没时间的玩家其实可以花钱来替代时间,总之前期会很枯燥,但是到了后期才是真正的“大战”,刺激的都在后头。对于万国觉醒这款游戏,你们怎么看呢?
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Join us weekly as Rotten Tomatoes reports on what s indie features are streaming. From promising releases by new voices to experimental efforts from storied filmmakers – or perhaps the next indie darling to go the distance for end-of-year accolades – we will break it all down for you here each week.For the foreseeable future, the specialty box office and all theatrical releases will be on hold as we all make efforts to socially distance ourselves and reduce the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. With that in mind, we have reshaped our Indie Fresh List. This week for our fresh picks we have a dark love story, an authentic drama about a former Texas pageant queen, and a dramatic tale about Van Life. In our Spotlight section, we call back to the recent Certified Fresh documentary about the masterpiece of a bad movie Showgirls and its cultish legacy, including an interview with the film s director, Jeffrey McHale.Streaming This Weekend欧宝体育在线登录入口Despite the big name drop last week, The Mandalorian once again swerved from its seeming direction to deliver an action-packed side story. Of course, even in avoiding a major tease, it shed some light on one of the series core mysteries. Let s take a look at this week s episode and what it means for Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal), the Imperial Remnant, and the New Republic.Last Week: Din Djarin Met the Nite Owls(Photo by Disney+/Lucasfilm Ltd.)Djarin and his ward made their way in Chapter 11 to the estuary moon of Trask, where the Frog Couple promised him he could find a Mandalorian covert. Instead of a camp, he found Bo-Katan Kryze (Katee Sackhoff), heir apparent to the seat of Mandalore, and her elite Nite Owls. After assisting them in commandeering an Imperial ship fulled with Mandalorian weapons, Kryze told Djarin of a Jedi named Ahsoka Tano taking shelter on the planet Corvus. Though his ship was badly damaged in the trip to Trask, he continued on his quest.A Reunion Kicks Off a New Mission on The Mandalorian(Photo by Disney+/Lucasfilm Ltd.)Realizing the Razor Crest will never make the trip to Corvus, Djarin diverts to Nevarro — the planet where his association with the Child began — for repairs. There, he finds Greef Karga (Carl Weathers) and Cara Dune (Gina Carano) have cleaned up the spaceport enough for a lively population of settlers to plant roots. The cantina, for example, now houses the local school.Leaving the Child at the school, Djarin, Karga, Dune, and Mythrol (Horatio Sanz) — the first bounty we saw Djarin collect on the show — set out for an Imperial base outside the green zone Karga carved out on the planet. The plan is simple: dispatch the few remaining Imps and blow up the base.Infiltrating the base goes easily enough, as does overloading its power source. But on the way out, the team discovers Dr. Pershing (Omid Abtahi) was using the vial of blood he extracted from the Child to experiment on some unfortunate test subjects. Djarin also learns Moff Gideon (Giancarlo Esposito) is still alive.Djarin jetpacks back to town while the rest flee in an Imperial recon transport. After a chase with some speeder bikes and TIE fighters, a repaired Razor Crest dispatches the remaining Imp forces and the base explodes.Unfortunately, one of Karga s men still works for Gideon and planted a tracker on the Razor Crest.The Midi-chlorians Still Matter(Photo by Disney+/Lucasfilm Ltd.)In the hologram Mythrol recovered at the base, Dr. Pershing mentioned the high M-count of the blood he extracted from the Child. The obvious implication here is a word some Star Wars fans dread: Midi-chlorians.First mentioned in Star Wars: Episode I — The Phantom Menace, Midi-chlorians are described as microscopic companion organisms residing in the cells of all living beings. According to Qui-Gon Jinn, these tiny creatures connect everyone to the Force. Also, it seems, the higher concentration of Midi-chlorians in a being s bloodstream will result in a greater ability to use the Force. It is a biological determinant to the mysticism of the Jedi older fans felt cheapened the magic of Star Wars.The film also told us Jedi Master Yoda and Anakin Skywalker had the highest Midi-chlorians counts recorded by the Jedi Order. While this information may not be public to all of the galaxy, it is clear Gideon — a former intelligence agent — was aware of Midi-chlorians counts and, presumably, the likelihood of anyone from Yoda s species having strong connection to the Force.And based on Pershing s holo-message, we gather Gideon is trying to create counterfeit Force-users via blood transfusion. Many suspected this was the case during the first season, but confirmation of this endeavor leads to many questions.(Photo by Disney+/Lucasfilm Ltd.)Before we ask those questions, though, we need to talk about Karga and Dune. The pair have done a find job turning the Nevarro settlement from a hive of scum and villainy to a lively but safe township. The state of its streets suggest some time has passed since Gideon raided the cantina, but it also suggests just how effective the pair became afterward. Karga has reclaimed the magistrate title he seemingly abandoned after the fall of the Empire, while Dune has been deputized as the local marshal. They also seem happy in these roles.Well, Karga is happy, anyway. Dune s conversation with Carson Teva (Paul Sun-Hyung Lee) suggests she may tire of life on Nevarro like she tired of working security for New Republic diplomats. Teva left behind a badge, but her ambivalence toward it — and him — means there is a story there to tell.Of course, we should acknowledge many former fans of the character, and Carano herself, would rather leave that story untold. Vanity Fair released an article about the actor s recent struggles on social media and how it has left a lot of people burned. The timing of the article is clearly no accident as Dune made her return appearance this week.Cara Dune s image problems in our reality aside, we would like to see more of the New Republic. As Karga notes, their handling of the Outer Rim is not popular, as it is more aggressive than the Old Republic s policies toward remote worlds — and perhaps as futile as the Empire s attempt to tame those systems. We also know it is a doomed government thanks to Star Wars: The Force Awakens and the Aftermath novel series, but its deficiencies as a governing body deserved to be dramatized, either in The Mandalorian or some subsequent Star Wars show.Meanwhile, it came as no surprise to see the show steer away from Ahsoka Tano. Like the Boba Fett tease in the season opener, the program — and principal writer Jon Favreau — delights in defying expectations and delaying payoffs like Ahsoka s live-action debut. Although, next week s episode is reportedly called The Jedi, so we ll hold off on any other comments about Favreau s pace until then.That said, there is an elegance in revealing part of Gideon s plan here at the season s mid-point. He needs the Child because of the Force, but his greater need for Force-abilities remains in the shadows. Although, we imagine all that Dark Trooper–esque armor he s hoarding on his ship might have something to do with it.Questions for the New Era(Photo by Disney+/Lucasfilm Ltd.)Gideon s plan forms the basis for most of our questions this week as it is, by far, the most intriguing development.Is Gideon Aligned With Other Remnants? Once his aide referred to their spy being rewarded in the new era, we wondered if Gideon is allied with the Imperial Remnants who will eventually become the First Order. According to other Star Wars media, the First Order was formed by remnants who retreated to the Unknown Regions sometime after the Battle of Jakku. That battle took place four years prior to the events of The Mandalorian. It is possible Gideon is doing their dirty work on the Outer Rim, but it is equally possible he is trying to set himself up as a new Emperor.Is Gideon Assisting the Creation of Snoke? Considering Snoke s origins were never definitely outlined in the Sequel Trilogy, there is room here to give him a more interesting backstory. We know he was a strandcast clone created on Exegol as part of Sheev Palpatine s long-term goal to retake the galaxy. But as strandcasting does not necessarily lead to Force-sensitive clones, Palpatine s underlings may have needed to discover a way to inject Midi-chlorian-rich blood into the Snoke construct, who is apparently already active by the time of The Mandalorian. As it happens, Snoke would later tell Ben Solo (Adam Driver) he was not born as Snoke, but became the enigmatic Force-sensitive. If Gideon is involved with this aspect of the Sith Lord s grand design, is he in direct contact with Palpatine?What Is the New Republic s Interest in the Outer Rim? The Empire tried to subjugate the region, but the Old Republic more or less abandoned it. Why is the New Republic trying so hard to present itself as the lawful government to worlds less concerned with galactic politics? Is it a favor to the New Republic s favorite Tatooine farmboy or are they worried it is a haven for Imperial loyalists? The latter seems likely considering the Imperial base still in operation on Nevarro, but something brought the Republic out there before Djarin carved a path of destruction across the far-flung reaches of the galaxy.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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nic Black Panther leader he portrayed in Judas and the Black Messiah, Kaluuya finished by sneaking in a cheeky line: We gotta celebrate life, man. We re breathing, we re walking. It s incredible My mom and my dad, they had sex. It s amazing! Cut to Kaluuya s sister burying her face in her hands and his mother, confused at what she d just heard, mouthing, What is he talking about? Daniel, you rascal, you.Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom Makeup and Hairstyling Team Makes HistoryThe team behind the hair and makeup for Netflix’s Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom already made history before Sunday night, with Mia Nel and Jameika Wilson the first Black women to be nominated in the category. Their win now makes them the first Black women to win for the category; their colleague, Sergio Lopez-Rivera, became the first Hispanic/Latino person to win for Makeup and Hairstyling. Accepting the award, Neal said, “I can picture Black trans women standing up here. And Asian sisters. And our Latina sisters. And indigenous women I know that one day it won’t be unusual or groundbreaking, it will just be normal.”Chloé Zhao Gives the Night s Most Uplifting Acceptance SpeechChloé Zhao made history on Sunday night as the first Asian woman to win Best Director at the Oscars, which was fittingly announced by last year s winner, Bong Joon-ho, who narrated a thoughtful introduction to the category featuring quotes from all the Best Director nominees. But Zhao also gave arguably the most poignant, inspiring speech of the evening, explaining how she motivates herself to keep going when things become difficult. She recounted her childhood in China, when she and her father would recite classic Chinese poems and try to finish each other s sentences. The poem she holds most dear begins, People at birth are inherently good, and Zhao continued on to describe how that philosophy has influenced her throughout her life. She finished by holding her statuette and saying, This is for anyone who has the faith and the courage to hold on to the goodness in themselves, and to hold on to the goodness in each other, no matter how difficult it is to do that. Amen to that.“I’m luckier than you”: Minari’s Yuh-jung Youn Becomes First South Korean Woman to Win Best Supporting Actress, Steals Night With SpeechKorean actress Yuh-jung Youn, who steals much of the moving family drama Minari as an unconventional grandmother, almost stole the whole night with her historic win for Best Supporting Actress. Not only did the win make Youn the first South Korean woman to take out the category – and only the second Asian woman, after Miyoshi Umeki in 1957 – but the veteran accepted the honor in style, with a speech that had the room – and social media – in stitches. In just a few minutes, she flirted with Brad Pitt, who’d handed her the statuette; forgave everyone in Hollywood who’d mispronounced her name; and revealed she doesn’t believe in competition and only won the award over competition like Glenn Close, because “I’m luckier than you.” She finished by thanking her sons, because… they were the reason she had to go out and work.Questlove s Oscar Trivia Results in Glenn Close Doin Da Butt Late in the evening, right after H.E.R. received the Academy Award for Best Song, the Oscar program took an unexpected, unprecedented detour to play something of a parlor game hosted by the night s DJ, Questlove. Lil Rel Howery grabbed a microphone and wandered through the audience looking for willing participants who were asked to guess whether a song played by Questlove was a previous Oscar nominee, Oscar winner, or neither. After engaging Best Actress nominee Andra Day (The United States vs. Billie Holiday) and Best Supporting Actor winner Daniel Kaluuya (Judas and the Black Messiah), Howery approached Best Actress nominee Glenn Close as Questlove spun the 1988 E.U. hit Da Butt, featured in Spike Lee s School Daze, quipping That s not fair to Glenn Close. She don t know nothing about doin Da Butt.' Of course, Close immediately responded not only with the correct song title, but who sang it, where they were from, and what movie it was featured in, noting that my friends at the Oscars missed it, and it wasn t nominated. The capper, though? With some encouragement from Howery, Close stood up from her booth, proceeded to do Da Butt, and immediately set social media afire. Whether or not the whole stunt was scripted or, to some, unbelievably cringey it was one of the few spirited moments to be found in an otherwise quiet, intimate night.What were your biggest highlights of the night? Tell us in the comments. Are you as obsessed with awards as we are? Check out our Awards Leaderboard for 2020/21.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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For fans of For All Mankind creator Ronald D. Moore’s other work — Battlestar Galactica or Outlander, for example — skipping a year or two of story between seasons should not be all that surprising. But when the Apple TV+ series returns this week, 10 years will have passed since astronaut Ed Baldwin, played by Suicide Squad’s Joel Kinnaman, returned to Earth from his extended stay on the Moon. It is a jump Moore said is “baked into the premise” and will continue with each subsequent season. But as Kinnaman told Rotten Tomatoes recently, the jump was still a surprise as so much of the first season was still unresolved.“Where we left off, Ed and Karen [were] going through the ultimate tragedy that a family can go through,” he said of the place season 1 left him and Shantel VanSanten, who plays Ed’s wife on the series. “As an actor, it s like that s the challenge that you re sort of looking forward to portraying. And then we come in [for season 2], we find Ed at this sort of … he s almost at peace. He s almost happy. And you see very little of his anger management issues and he has really mellowed out.”(Photo by Apple TV+)That change in Ed s character may be more surprising to viewers than any of the other divergences From All Mankind will showcase as it enters a 1980s in which the space race is still on. And when you consider that Edward Kennedy won the 1972 presidential election in the show’s reality, there are plenty of surprising ways world events could unfold.“I think that s really where the sophistication of the writing comes in,” Kinnaman continued. “They just found a different way to tell that story. Ten years have passed, so the wounds aren t going to be on the outside anymore. They re going to be on the inside. And I love the way that things just come out in ways where you just did not see it coming. You didn t expect it. I feel like that s how life is. It doesn t follow an A, B, C pattern.”The flow of that life also puts Ed in a new position at NASA which the actor teased may lead him to the “middle” of a crisis between the global superpowers and “some decisions in relation to it at some point.”And for fans of Ed’s incredible ability to put his foot in his mouth at exactly the wrong time, Kinnaman said, “He s always going to find a way to say the wrong thing. But I think he says the wrong thing at the right time.”(Photo by Apple TV+)Whether or not this particular instance of Ed saying the wrong thing relates to the potential for a World War III in the show’s reality remains to be seen.Another surprise: Ed and Karen are still together despite the death of their son Shane (Tait Blum) while Ed was still on the Moon.“Going through what they went through, that s something that a majority of relationships and marriages don t survive from in reality. It s just one of those things that it s very hard to stay together after,” Kinnaman said.Although the characters were able to save their marriage, Kinnaman suggested it may have led to a sacrifice Ed makes in the years between seasons.(Photo by Apple TV+)“The pain of going through that and not been able to be there — not be a rock in that situation — that s something that he just swore to himself that he was never going to do again,” he explained. “In the backstory, I think we find out some of it over the course of the second season, they had some really rough patches in the span of those 10 years that we didn t see.“Their relationship is continually tested” in the second season, he added.Kinnaman credited VanSanten with making those tests of the relationship some of the best — and hardest — work on the show.“She just seems to have an express route down to those dark, dark emotions,” he explained. “There s an element of losing control to get to that place [that is] really hard to create on your own. And it s twice as hard to create if the person that you re working with doesn t feel like they re real, you know? But if you really feel that they re there, and they re really going for it, then it makes it a lot easier. So I went to places in a few scenes [with her] in this season where I haven t been able to do that before.”
Adjusted Score: -1% Critics Consensus: Anchored by the incomparable Patrick Stewart, Picard departs from standard Starfleet protocol with a slower, serialized story, but like all great Star Trek it tackles timely themes with grace and makes for an exciting push further into the final frontier.

(Photo by Matthias Clamer/FX)When Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi brought What We Do in the Shadows to theaters in 2014, it posed a simple-ish question: What if a group of centuries-old vampires decided to live together in an apartment in Wellington, New Zealand, and allowed themselves to be filmed for a documentary? The concept of mixing familiar horror genre tropes with modern-day comedic sensibilities and a mockumentary format was a win-win combination for the duo, and four years later, the story was retold – episodically and with its location shifted to Staten Island, New York – on FX.The 10-episode first season introduced audiences to a new gang of vampires, including Kayvan Novak as house leader, Nandor, Matt Berry and Natasia Demetriou as married vampire couple Laszlo and Nadja, Mark Proksch as the wildcard energy vampire Colin Robinson, and Harvey Guillen as Nandor s human familiar, Guillermo.In its season one finale, What We Do in the Shadows dropped a huge cliffhanger: After pining for the goal of one day being able to live a glamorous undead life — akin to Antonio Banderas s 500-year-old vampire Armand from Anne Rice s Interview With the Vampire — Guillermo, the unappreciated human in a house full of vampires, was dealt a huge blow when he learned he is distantly related to notorious vampire hunter, Abraham Van Helsing.How will Guillermo and his mons
What’s potentially more ambitious and spectacular than a new Star Wars movie or series? How about taking on one of the seminal sci-fi texts that inspired George Lucas’ many journeys to a galaxy far, far away: Isaac Asimov’s Foundation books. That is just what Apple TV+ has done with its newest series, Foundation, a sci-fi drama of epic scope and deep-rooted emotion that charts a future in which warring factions and philosophies fight to lead the future of humanity. The idea for the adaptation came from The Dark Knight and Dark Knight Rises story scribe David S. Goyer, who fell in love with the books as a kid after being gifted them by his father, and key to his vision was bringing the books, which reflected a post-WWII world and worldview, up to date to reflect our current times. So it is that the, well, foundations of Foundation, remain intact, but certain characters and arcs have been tweaked and fleshed out to make the story pop with currency and relevance.Rotten Tomatoes correspondent Nikki Novak spoke with Goyer about his approach to the adaptation as well as the stacked cast of audience favorites and sparky up-and-comers who helped bring it to life: Jared Harris (Dr. Hari Seldon), Lou Llobell (Gaal Dornick), Lee Pace (Brother Day), Leah Harvey (Salvor Hardin), and Alfred Enoch (Raych Seldon). During extended interviews, they talk about Goyer’s vision and its wild scope; how raw emotion, practical sets, and some very uncomfortable costumes keep their series grounded; and tease what might – and might not – be in the mysterious vault that lies at the center of the first season’s early episodes.Foundation episodes are now streaming on Apple TV+, including the first episode, which is available for free.
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(Photo by Focus Features)Yes, we know what you’re thinking: Just days after one of the most drama-filled awards seasons in recent memory, we are already looking ahead to next year. Best Picture winner Parasite is still in theaters, and we are several months away from the unofficial kick-off of the awards season in September. Still, we are already eyeing a list of hopefuls we think can go the distance in 2021. With Cannes re-emerging as a launching pad for contender films (Oscar winners Once Upon A Time in Hollywood and Parasite both premiered at Cannes last year, where the latter won the Palme d Or), the “Oscar movie” starting line continues to shift to earlier and earlier in the year. And following huge wins for genre-defying, foreign-language underdog-turned-Best Picture-winner Parasite, the very notion of an awards movie is ever-changing.After a fresh crop of films that premiered at Sundance in January, a number of new trailers from movies likely to be in the Oscar conversation, and festival circuit stops announced by others, we are starting to get excited. Read on to see our picks for Oscar contenders in 2020/2021 and why we are betting on them early.Don’t agree with our picks? Have at us in the comments.Mank (2020) 83% Cast: Gary Oldman, Amanda Seyfried, Charles Dance, Lily CollinsWhat it is:  A biopic about Herman J. Mankiewicz, the co-screenwriter of Citizen Kane, and his battles with co-writer Orson Welles.Why it could win: Director David Fincher has earned at least one Oscar nomination for each of his last four pictures, including the two-time Academy Award winner The Social Network. Following the success of his Netflix show Mindhunter and earlier films like Zodiac, many voters and critics are excited to see what Fincher   the new master of the historical thriller   has in store for this Hollywood tale of betrayal, inspiration, and intrigue.Promising Young Woman (2020) 90%Cast: Carey Mulligan, Bo Burnham, Alison Brie, Connie Britton, Adam Brody, Jennifer CoolidgeWhat it is: A revenge thriller/dark comedy about a young woman who moonlights as a vigilante, feigning helpless drunkenness at bars to bring justice to would-be sexual predators, until she meets an old classmate who helps her shift focus and confront her past.Why it could win: Carey Mulligan has been consistently serving award-worthy performances for the past few years (Wildlife, Suffragette, Mudbound). After a successful nomination campaign for Cynthia Erivo in Harriet, we are betting Focus Features has a plan to get the previously nominated Mulligan back in contention. Writer-director Emerald Fennell is also a threat for a screenplay award following her Emmy-nominated success with TV series Killing Eve.The White Tiger (2021) 91%Cast: Rajkummar Rao, Priyanka ChopraWhat it is: A man s rags to riches tale of self-determination comes to life in this adaptation of the Man Booker Prize-winning novel from India.Why it could win: Aravind Adiga s 2008 novel The White Tiger was an international bestseller, and director Ramin Bahrani has been a darling on the festival circuit since his breakout with 99 Holmes. With the addition of Priyanka Chopra in her first English-language lead role in a feature film, we are motivated to keep our eye on this one for end-of-year accolades.Nomadland (2020) 93%(Photo by Searchlight Pictures)Cast: Frances McDormand, David StrathairnWhat it is: A woman in her sixties loses everything and takes off on an exploration of the West, living in her van as a modern-day nomad.Why it could win: After the critical success of The Rider, we automatically signed up for anything Chloe Zhao wanted to do next. Before she set off to shoot Eternals for Marvel, Zhao filmed Nomadland, starring two-time Best Actress Oscar-winner Francis McDormand, who also shows up elsewhere on this list. We are similarly excited for what McDormand will do, and #Vanlife seems ripe for actorly drama.Dune (2021) 89% Cast: Dave Bautista, Javier Bardem, Rebecca Ferguson, Timothée ChalametWhat it is: An epic sci-fi adventure that chronicles the lives of the royal Atreides family as they strive to protect the most valuable resource in the universe.Why it could win: Dune has been at the top of just about every most anticipated film list since it was announced in late 2017. It may be a stretch as an awards contender, but the fact that Denis Villeneuve is one of the few directors capable of producing pure genre films that still appeal to Academy voters does work in his favor. Add the internet s boyfriend and voter favorite Timothée Chalamet, and it would not shock us if it became a serious contender for above- and below-the-line honors.The Forty-Year-Old Version (2020) 98% (Photo by Courtesy of Sundance Film Festival)Cast: Radha Blank, Peter Y. KimWhat it is: An aging playwright battling with the choice to stay broke or sell out turns to rapping about her life as a 40-year-old as a way to reclaim her identity.Why it could win: Radha Blank was a well established playwright within the theater community when she made her stunning debut at Sundance earlier this year. The film, which delighted critics, was quickly snapped up by Netflix. It s a no-brainer to compete for Best Original Screenplay, so we fully expect a fall roll-out and a heavy awards push from the streaming giant.Benedetta (2021) 85%Cast: Charlotte Rampling, Virginie Efira, Lambert WilsonWhat it is: A 17th-century nun beset by erotic visions forms a relationship with her caregiver, and the two women become engulfed in a passionate love affair.Why it could win: Paul Verhoeven, the director of Elle, is making an erotic lesbian nun love story based on a true story. Need we say more? If, by chance, you think this premise is too much for Academy Voters, we would remind you that Isabelle Huppert was nominated for Oscar and won a Golden Globe for Elle  a dark rape/revenge love story.Respect (2021) 68% Cast: Jennifer Hudson, Audra McDonald, Forest Whitaker, Tituss Burgess, Marc Maron, Marlon WayansWhat it is: A biopic profiling legendary singer-songwriter Aretha Franklin.Why it could win: Musical biopics have worked out rather well, particularly recently, for people like Renee Zellweger and Rami Malek, as well as past Oscar winners like Jamie Foxx, Reese Witherspoon, Barbra Streisand, and Sissy Spacek, so it could do the same for Jennifer Hudson as Aretha Franklin in Respect. Hudson had previously sung her way to an Oscar in 2007 s Dreamgirls, so the long-awaited feature about the Queen of Soul has promise, and thankfully, we expect it won t need much CGI like her last musical offering, Cats.The Eyes of Tammy Faye (2021) 66%Cast: Jessica Chastain, Vincent D Onofrio, Andrew GarfieldWhat it is: A drama charting the rise and fall of televangelists Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker, particularly through the lens of the latter. The film is a narrative adaptation of the 2000 documentary of the same name.Why it could win: Televangelists Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker were reality stars before the Kardashians, and they came with more baggage. They were two of the richest, most popular personalities on television at the height of their success, and their fall from grace was tabloid fodder for decades and tailor-made for awards consideration. Throw in two-time Oscar nominee Jessica Chastain and Best Actor nominee Andrew Garfield, as well as director Michael Showalter, who directed the Oscar-nominated The Big Sick, and there s plenty of reason to think this will resonate with the Academy.In the Heights (2021) 94% Cast: Anthony Ramos, Corey Hawkins, Jimmy Smits, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Stephanie Beatriz, Marc Anthony, Dascha PolancoWhat it is: The big-screen adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda s Tony-winning Broadway musical about life in the Washington Heights neighborhood of Manhattan, New York.Why it could win: The fact that the original musical won a Tony is reason enough to get excited about In the Heights, but with the addition of Crazy Rich Asians director Jon M. Chu, we have had a hard time picturing anything topping one of the new songs from this film for Best Original Song in 2020. The colorful visuals and production design we spied in the trailer also had us instantly buzzing.Hillbilly Elegy (2020) 25%Cast: Amy Adams, Glenn Close, Haley Bennett, Freida PintoWhat it is: The film adaptation of J. D. Vance s acclaimed memoir chronicling three generations of his Appalachian family.Why it could win: He has not been in the Awards conversation for over a decade, but double Oscar winner Ron Howard is always a threat, and Netflix is betting big on the memoir s long-awaited adaptation. With the inclusion of two actresses (Amy Adams and Glenn Close) who have 13 Oscar nominations but zero wins between them, there will be a lot of eyes on Hillbilly Elegy come fall.Tenet (2020) 70%Cast: John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth DebickiWhat it is: A mindbending sci-fi tale about time travel and a race to save the world.Why it could win: Christopher Nolan behind the camera alone should be enough for anyone, but Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, and John David Washington make Tenet a must-see, albeit a risky bet, for nominations morning, as Tenet might be too genre to capture Oscar voters attention. Still, Nolan earned nominations for Inception and Memento, so his latest, which looks like a cross between the two, is difficult not to picture on the Oscar stage.Greyhound (2020) 79%Cast: Tom Hanks, Elisabeth Shue, Rob Morgan, Karl GlusmanWhat it is: In WWII, 37 Allied ships cross the treacherous North Atlantic while hotly pursued by a fleet of Nazi U-boats during the lead captain s first command.Why it could win: It s hard to bet against a Tom Hanks war movie. After Hanks broke a nearly 20-year Oscar nomination drought with his Best Supporting Actor nom for A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, we like his chances for this based-on-true-events story, which he both wrote and leads on screen.The French Dispatch (2021) 80% Cast: Benicio Del Toro, Adrien Brody, Tilda Swinton, Timothée Chalamet, Frances McDormand, Bill Murray, Owen Wilson, Saoirse Ronan, Léa SeydouxWhat it is: A film anthology of the stories from the final issue of an American magazine published in a fictionalized version of 20th century France.Why it could win: Wes Anderson has been nominated for seven Academy Awards and has never won not even for the beloved The Grand Budapest Hotel, which seems a downright tragedy. However, with this cast of Oscar winners and an expected glitzy debut on the festival circuit later this year, The French Dispatch is an early favorite to lead all nominations next January.Passing (2021) 86%Cast: Alexander Skarsgård, Tessa Thompson, Ruth NeggaWhat it is: Two white-presenting Black women are forced to confront their own choices, and each other, after they reunite to learn one is living as a white woman and the other as Black.Why it could win: Based on Nella Larson s award-winning novel, the premise alone has critics and film fans intrigued. Written and helmed by Rebecca Hall (an actress who s a magnet for stellar scripts built for powerhouse performances), we are anticipating a story that gives stars Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga plenty of material for an awards highlight reel.Minari (2020) 98% (Photo by A24 films)Cast: Steven Yeun, Han Yeri, Youn Yuh-JungWhat it is: A family drama seen through the eyes of a seven-year-old Korean-American boy whose father moves the family from California to rural Arkansas to learn to farm and make a better life.Why it could win: A24 s Minari left Sundance riding high on praise from critics and, as of today, it s still Fresh at 100%. A quiet story about an Asian-American family with an eccentric grandmother is what earned Lulu Wang s The Farewell the top prize at the Independent Spirit Awards this year, even if it didn t break through with Oscar voters. Starring indie darling Steven Yeun in the lead role, Minari could succeed where The Farewell and Yeun s previous awards contender Burning fell short.Thumnail images by Warner Bros. Pictures, Searchlight Pictures, Focus Features
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欧宝体育在线登录入口 nt when it comes to an epic face off between these two legendary Titans!  Jimmy O, JoBlo s Movie NetworkGodzilla vs. Kong is ok I guess, sorta. Lots of cool s**t if that’s your bag.  Rodrigo Perez, The PlaylistHow does it compare to the others in the franchise?Easily the best in the series! John Nguyen, Nerd ReactorDefinitely the best of the MonsterVerse. Megan Peters, ComicBook.comGodzilla vs. Kong is the best of all the recent Godzilla and Kong films. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentThe final battle is the most satisfying brawl we’ve had from this franchise yet, putting the camera where I’ve always wanted to see it in Godzilla movies. Brad Gullickson, Film School RejectsWay more entertaining than the two previous MonsterVerse movies with Godzilla in the title. Eric Goldman, IGN MoviesThe plot, human characters, and the lore explanations are the weakest in the modern franchise unfortunately. Rob Keyes, Screen RantKong: Skull Island Godzilla King of the Monsters Godzilla vs. Kong. Germain Lussier, io9.comRyan FujitaniWill diehard kaiju fans love it?I had a total blast with this movie. It gets wonky and weird in all of the places a monster movie like this should. Sean O Connell, CinemaBlendIt absolutely delivers on the Kaiju thrashing. Brad Gullickson, Film School RejectsHow does it look?Godzilla vs. Kong is a visual spectacle featuring jaw-dropping fight scenes between the two iconic titans…this film is a blast! Shannon McGrew, Nightmarish ConjuringsThis movie is selling a spectacle, and that’s exactly what audiences will get. Sheraz Farooqi, ComicBook DebateThe visual effects along with the fight scenes are absolutely spectacular in every way. The film feels like an amusement park ride. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentThe colors! This world is so bright and colorful that it s hard not to love looking at it. One scene feels like something out of a top tier theme park simulator; and that s a huge compliment. Mike Reyes, CinemaBlendHere’s the utmost praise I can give a movie like Godzilla vs. Kong: it is a coherent movie with daytime fights and I could always see what was going on. I truly mean that as a compliment. Mike Ryan, Uproxx(Photo by Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures)What about the plot?The story is crazy ambitious and at times achieves some unique sci-fi-coolness. I’d watch it again for that stuff. Germain Lussier, io9.comWe re getting closer to a balance between story and spectacle, and I m optimistic of what the MonsterVerse future could bring. Mike Reyes, CinemaBlendThere’s one storyline that feels very extraneous, but otherwise I was into it. Eric Goldman, IGN MoviesWill we care about the humans?The human story complements the monsters adventures, allowing them to shine. John Nguyen, Nerd ReactorGenuinely affecting (the little girl’s relationship with Kong is the most emotional aspect of any of these movies). Drew Taylor, ColliderNewcomer Kaylee Hottle is the heart and soul of the film. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentSome of the human characters actually work. Sean O Connell, CinemaBlendGodzilla vs. Kong spends a little more time with the human characters than I cared for, but it never really tries too hard to take them or anything else too seriously. Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comStill don t think they ve nailed how to incorporate human characters, but the top-notch ensemble helps. Perri Nemiroff, ColliderThe human parts are still bafflingly bad. Vinnie Mancuso, ColliderMost of the human angles are so overstuffed, illogical and pointless, it constantly took me out of it. Germain Lussier, io9.com(Photo by Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures)What if we re only interested in the giant monster battles?The fights are epic. Mike Reyes, CinemaBlendAs expected and probably as it should be the titan fights are the best parts of Godzilla vs. Kong. Perri Nemiroff, ColliderThe kaiju action is what fans have begged for and will fulfill their need for action. Megan Peters, ComicBook.comJust seeing the two iconic monsters battling each other is worth it alone. John Nguyen, Nerd ReactorIf you’re chiefly looking forward to seeing Godzilla and King Kong collide in a fight for the ages, you won’t be disappointed! Adam Holmes, CinemaBlendThe parts where one giant monster wallops the other giant monster in the face are incredibly good. Vinnie Mancuso, ColliderThe Tokyo scene, in particular, which features lots of neon lights is fantastic. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentDoes one of the titans shine more than the other?The heart of the story is Kong. John Nguyen, Nerd ReactorKong feels more central and man did I love him in it. Eric Goldman, IGN MoviesThis movie proves Kong lovers right. The far superior character. Rodrigo Perez, The PlaylistThey each have scenes that showcase their power. Steve Weintraub, Collider(Photo by Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures)Are there any other major problems?It feels like some stuff is missing, and it flies by on a greased rail. But that s part of why I love it so much. Mike Reyes, CinemaBlendWish it felt more like a MonsterVerse capstone, but I like it for the movie it is. Eric Eisenberg, CinemaBlendMore time could have been used to explore this franchise’s deeper mythology. Adam Holmes, CinemaBlendIt s another retrofitted and pared-down for the masses course correction, with most of the world building absent and little reason for its existence beyond preemptive promises. Scott Mendelson, ForbesWill it leave us wanting more?I am going to watch this movie every day it is available on HBO Max, turning the volume on my television up a little bit every time. Vinnie Mancuso, ColliderI will be watching Godzilla vs. Kong many more times. Megan Peters, ComicBook.comGive us more Monster Verse movies! Mike Reyes, CinemaBlendGodzilla vs. Kong opens in theaters and streams on HBO Max on March 31, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

当然,这都是开玩笑的,但手游的自动化趋势却是真实的,游戏产商为了贴合用户习惯去设计的自动战斗等选项其实有悖游戏的设计初衷。通过减少游戏的体验去满足玩家游戏外的需求,这并不是游戏制作组应该做的事。 Jacqueline Coley for Rotten Tomatoes: You have been quietly doing some amazing work recently. We loved Mudbound, and then there was First Man. But the one we loved that not as many people saw was Chappaquiddick. It was incredible and quite a transformation for you. Jason Clarke: Oh yeah, Chappaquiddick. Thank you. It got a bit lost, but at the same point, it made million in the U.S. It was one of the highest grossing independent films of that year. People saw it. People didn t talk about it, because it s pretty difficult to talk about for a lot of the media in the current environment. It will stand the test of time.RT: Moving to Pet Sematary  are you a scary movie person? A horror person?Clarke: To be honest, not hugely so, although some of my favorite movies are. You know, I wouldn t term them as horror, like The Hunt. That film terrorized me. It s very creepy watching. It s extraordinary but not horror. RT: We just had the premiere here at SXSW. What was it like, seeing it last night? Because the audiences here are legendary for their reactions.Clarke: It was insane. Really. It struck me as how rarely I go to a cinema now and watch a movie with a group of people. I m always watching them by myself, with my wife, maybe with a couple of people, or with my child. To watch something with a thousand people was wonderful. You remember that s what cinema is about. For an actor, it s almost like the theater. You re sitting in the same air. I was able to see people s reactions. I could feel the love and enjoyment. I couldn t help but think, I need more of this. Like, my God, I might need to do a play again. It s the connection to the people, because acting [on film sets], you lose that.RT: Do you think that is particularly because horror is such a reactive genre?Clarke: You know, it s cinema, it s a director s medium, and whatever anyone says, you know it s their vision, particularly with horror. The audience watches it to feel it. And last night, I felt it, you know, but that s not in every horror flick. I think horror s not enough for this film. It s not enough to say when it s Stephen King.Pet Sematary opens on April 5.

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欧宝体育在线登录入口 We finally know now why Beta is so loyal to Alpha and how that began, how their leadership roles were established. Is that at all shaken when he learns she didn t kill Lydia?Yes, I mean, I ve sort of always referred to Beta as the secret keeper of the Whisperers. Beta is acutely aware of the hypocrisies that Alpha possesses. The fact of the matter is that she preaches to everyone, not unlike very charismatic, authoritarian cult leaders, in that they speak one thing and a lot of the time they end up doing another. She says, “Leave everything behind, the apocalypse is upon us. This is their world now, and we re supposed to live among them.” And yet, Lydia has a name. Everybody refers to her as Lydia … blaring hypocrisy from the very get go, and you sort of very silently, patiently track these cracks in her armor, and that extends to when she names one of the sisters Gamma. These are all things that Beta begins to really sense as enormous problems on the horizon for (Alpha’s) ability to lead the Whisperers. In their flashbacks, you see how much she saved Beta from himself. Beta really takes it upon himself to save her before she sort of cripples the Whisperers forever.(Photo by Jace Downs/AMC)We see his reaction after she kills his friend, the zombified version of his friend, in the hospital in the flashback. And then we see Alpha mirror that after Beta discovers the shrine she s built to Lydia and how she destroys it. Is that a recognition on her part that he s kind of onto her, and might start calling out her contradictions more frequently?Absolutely. And I think that that s one of the reasons why she says over and over again, pleadingly, “They can t know, they can t know. You can t tell them” that Lydia’s alive. It really sort of reveals another faction of their relationship. The most important things for me in their relationship was revealing that it wasn t just this sort of authoritative-subordinate role. I was really happy with how the relationship came off, because I wanted it to be primal, I wanted it to be carnal, but not sexual. And that s sort of the way it comes off, it just comes off as super strange. I think she knows that in an instant, Beta can out her, and she holds no power, in and of herself, outside of her charisma. But Beta is the one who sort of, I always sort of picture him as the Dutch boy, with his finger in the dam. He knows where the cracks are and he s just trying … they built this army, this, for lack of a better term, corporation of Whisperers, and he does his best to keep everything together.So this certainly is not a lack of awareness on his part or him simply deferring to her. He’s protecting their way of life, of surviving.Absolutely. That s absolutely correct.Do you think there’s anything Alpha could do that would push him so far that he would turn on her?I don t think that he would ever turn on her. I think that he would confront her and confront her, and that s about as far as they would go. But in the same way, he owes his life to her. He would have starved or ended up going completely crazy [in the hospital] with his friend, and Alpha really came and said, you’re not broken, you’re a strong human being and you just need to assume that role in your life. She pulled him out of that darkness, and for that I feel he feels completely and always indebted to her.(Photo by Jace Downs/AMC)We learn a lot in this episode, but we don t learn everything. Beta was wearing a knit mask in the flashback, and we don t know why exactly, except that we see Alpha have a reaction when she lifts the knit mask. Anything more about that you can share?I can t tell you too much. We do reveal more about who he was throughout this season, a sprinkling throughout season 10. All I can say is that I love Samantha’s performance when she pulls off the mask and she sees him; it was such a wonderful recognition and a smile of surprise and then she very knowingly kind of puts it back down because her performance says it all.It really does. I also have to say kudos to you for your — for lack of a better phrase — eye acting, because your eyes are very expressive underneath that mask.I tried. I tried. You know, very early on in season 9, before we started shooting, Angela had mentioned, she was like, don t worry [about the mask], we want to show his face a lot more. And I said, no, no, no. That s when we really got deeper into the story of … I was like, “Look, I have this idea about how and why he doesn’t show his face that’s sort of contradictory to the comic book a little bit, but it is why someone would never show their face. I m just always of the school that the more questions you pose to the audience the better, as long as they re not totally, completely infuriating.I also love that, as is often the case with The Walking Dead, we get a moment of levity that just, it s small, but it plays so huge: when Alpha starts cutting up the walker bodies, and Beta says, “Ah, you re different.” Yeah, originally the scene started a few different ways, and I was talking to (director) Greg Nicotero,  and I was just like, “I would just love to say, “You re different.” And he said, “Oh, I love it.” So yeah, any levity that you can squeeze into this show … especially the Whispers, who are not known for their slapstick. But I m a huge fan of trying to infuse as much humor as you can into the show.

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