最终幻想14国服采用百度引擎5（Baidu 3）The latest movies, new original series, and other new releases coming to Disney s streaming service this month include a healthy mix of family content that s sure to appeal to viewers of all ages, from animated classics like Tarzan and Schoolhouse Rock! to nature series like Howie Mandel s Animals Doing Things to continuing episodes of the behind-the-scenes docuseries Disney Gallery: Star Wars: The Mandalorian.Plus, there s also 2010 s Percy Jackson the Olympians: The Lightning Thief and the live-action remake of 101 Dalmatians, and last but certainly not least, the world premiere of Artemis Fowl, which makes its way to Disney+ in lieu of a previously scheduled theatrical release.Read on for the full list of titles, starting with a few recommendations to look out for at the top.HIGHLIGHTS
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With Get Out and Widows, the British actor has quietly morphed into one of the hottest young talents working; what he is able to to do in one conversation with co-star Jodie Turner-Smith is nothing short of spectacular.Adam Driver, Marriage Story (2019) 94%(Photo by Netflix)Noah Baumbach was at one time less than thrilled that his 2017 release The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected) was picked up by streaming giant Netflix; he had been very much hoping for a traditional studio run. However, those ill feelings have seemingly subsided, as he chose to produce his latest film entirely under the Netflix banner. (He s in good company at the streamer, with Ava DuVernay, Martin Scorsese, and Steven Soderbergh all releasing projects there.) We have already singled out Scarlett Johansson s Marriage Story performance as one that could go the distance, and her co-star Adam Driver is rumored to be equally impressive. The movie tells the story of a bicoastal breakup and has been described as a modern-day Ordinary People mixed with a dash of Kramer vs. Kramer; it s said to be poignant, intimate, and – like so many other Baumbach films – full of big laughs and tears. Speaking to IndieWire in July, the While We re Young director confessed the film defies categorization: [Marriage Story] is a hidden thriller, a procedural, a romantic comedy, a tragic love story. I felt like this was a subject that could handle all those things.”Matt Damon and Christian Bale, Ford v Ferrari (2019) 92%A post-Fox merger world could provide Walt Disney Studios with some chances at Best Actor trophies and, more importantly, something they ve never been able to get: a Best Picture Academy Award. You read that correctly: Disney has never won an Academy Award for Best Picture. Just let that sink in. With the Fox merger, Disney now has a host of titles that will give it a competitive edge for awards, one of the biggest being Ford v. Ferrari. The movie tells the true-life tale of how the Ford Motor Company worked tirelessly to build a car that could beat racing powerhouse Ferrari at the 24 Hours of Le Mans race in 1966. Starring Matt Damon as famed Ford car designer Carroll Shelby and Christian Bale as racing legend Ken Miles, the film s trailer promises a funny, fast-paced adventure. Both lead actors are coming off recent nominations – Bale for Vice and Damon for The Martian – and with Logan and Walk the Line director James Mangold behind the camera, the odds are very much in their favor.Adam Sandler, Uncut Gems (2019) 91%(Photo by ©A24)When Adam Sandler released his comedy special 100% Fresh earlier this year, everyone here at RT had to crack a smile. Though the comedian s filmography, which is featured heavily in our upcoming book Rotten Movies We Love, is beloved by many, he has not been much of critical darling, especially lately. That being said, when Sandler teams up with indie directors, good things happen. The aforementioned The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected) earned the former SNL star his best reviews in years, and Paul Thomas Anderson s indie darling Punch Drunk Love scored Sandler his first Golden Globe nomination. In Uncut Gems, the New York native plays a celebrity jeweler from New York s famed Diamond District who is suddenly thrust into a race-against-the-clock-thriller to get back his merchandise or pay off his debts when one of his couriers is robbed. Robert Pattinson banged around the indie circuit with some strong roles during and after his Twilight years, but it was his frantic performance as a bank robber in the Safdie Brother s Good Time that finally resurrected him in the minds of many critics. It s no wonder Sandler signed on to take the lead in their follow-up film.Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe, The Lighthouse (2019) 90%Our new Batman – and in this house, we do say Battinson – owes much to the Safdie Brothers Good Time for rehabbing his image in the minds of non-Twilight fans. (OK, and Claire Denis and David Cronenberg and other great indie directors he s been working with.) A supremely talented actor, he has fought hard to do the kinds of roles that inspire him. Back in 2017 at the Savannah Film Festival he said, “I like finding directors who haven’t been fully realized by the wider world yet.” The Lighthouse, which won the Cannes Critics Award, was one of the best-reviewed films of the French film festival. Those lucky enough to catch a screening have dubbed the story of two men trapped in an 1800s lighthouse a gothic horror masterpiece. Willem Dafoe, who last year pulled a nomination for the Vincent van Gogh biopic At Eternity s Gate, is an Academy favorite with five career nominations, and as of today both he and R. Patz are right in the mix to score a nomination. First reviews out of the Cannes Film Festival predicted as much, and nothing has changed since then to slow down either s momentum.Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci, and Al Pacino, The Irishman (2019) 95%Last year, during the Oscars ceremony, as Netflix was racking up multiple wins from its 15 nominations, the studio opted to play a teaser for Martin Scorsese s upcoming and long-awaited film The Irishman. It was a mic drop moment to be sure, and while the trailer showed no footage or even an official image, the names plastered on the screen were enough: Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, Joe Pesci, Harvey Keitel, Martin Scorsese. In a script by Steven Zaillian, The Irishman follows Jimmy Hoffa and a cast of mob characters that includes his former bodyguard, who later confessed to murdering him. Recently, Netflix dropped the teaser trailer, providing a sneak peek of The Irishman that showed off its notorious use of CGI technology to de-age the older cast to their thirties, forties, and fifties. Using technology completely foreign to what we ve seen in the MCU, or will see in Ang Lee s The Gemini Man starring Will Smith, The Irishman has positioned itself for multiple, possible double-digit nominations in technical and above-the-line categories, including possible nominations for its three leads. There is a tendency with awards films to categorize supporting performances as leads and vice-versa – we re looking you Alicia Vikander – but from what we saw, De Niro was firmly in the lead category, with question marks for the rest.Taron Egerton, Rocketman (2019) 89%When Taron Egerton sat down with us earlier this year and broke down how he became Elton John, he confessed it was a transformative experience, nothing short of life-changing. It was something like that for many who watched it, too. The film premiered to acclaim at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year, and both Egerton and his co-star Jamie Bell were singled out for their memorable performances. In an ultra-crowded field, Egerton has a harder road to get to Oscar night than, say, Rami Malek had last year. His performance has the goods, but as our exhaustive list of lead and potential lead performances suggests, this year is going to be a murderers row of talent.Joaquin Phoenix, Joker (2019) 68%If Joaquin Phoenix can pull off another Oscar nomination for his upcoming role in Todd Phillips The Joker, he will officially be in Meryl Streep territory. Not to say he equals Streep in accomplishments, but whenever he takes a role there s a safe bet he s going to be in the conversation – even if it s a comic-book movie. It s one of the reasons why we re giving his performance in Todd Phillips take on the iconic Batman villain a chance. We don t know much about the film itself, which will debut at the Venice Film Festival, but we ve detailed what we do know about the upcoming feature here. One thing we know for sure is that this is a complete departure from the DCEU. Phoenix takes the lead as the titular villain, giving us a detailed backstory to Batman s greatest rival; and while many predict it will borrow heavily from the comics, it remains independent from any previous origin story. The Gladiator star, who fell short of an Oscar nomination in 2018 for Lynne Ramsay s You Were Never Really Here, looks to have dived headfirst into this new iteration of the character. And though Phillips is mostly known for comedies, he does seem to get the best out of his actors. After all, Bradley Cooper didn t show up for the Hangover III because he was bored.Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio, Once Upon a Time... In Hollywood (2019) 85%Star power could be the thing that differentiates these two performances in a crowded field. Because, well, they re LEO AND BRAD! Even if the duo doesn t campaign hard, their starry sheen and pedigree could be enough to earn nominations. Also, they gave two of the most universally acclaimed performances of the year – even if the movie they were featured in has divided some critics. DiCaprio is brilliant as the hapless, self-absorbed, aging TV star Rick Dalton, and Pitt s quiet confidence and cocksure smile as strong and silent stuntman Cliff Booth have charmed both critics and audiences alike. They re dynamite together, too. Add in the fact that both stars – and co-star Margot Robbie – are staples on the awards circuit, with recent nominations (and a couple of wins), and you d be hard-pressed argue against either of them making the cut.Antonio Banderas Pain and Glory (2019) 96%If you had told us, after seeing his breakthrough performance in Robert Rodriguez s Desperado, that Antonio Banderas would be the frontrunner for a Best Actor prize some day, we would have said: Of course! He may have been a rarity in awards chatter over the past few decades, but Banderas has always had the chops. Action, romance, comedy, drama: The Mask of Zorro star has excelled in all. This year, however, his eighth collaboration with director Pedro Almodóvar could very well be his time. In a semi-autobiographical story about a filmmaker who struggles with pain and melancholy, partly inspired in part by 8 1/2, Banderas is vulnerable, heartbreaking, and captivating to watch. Since the film premiered at Cannes, Banderas has been getting buzz as – believe it or not – one of the few frontrunners who could unseat the likes of De Niro, DiCaprio, Pesci, or Pitt. A foreign language film is not the safest bet for an acting nomination stats-wise, but after Alfonso Cuarón won Best Director for Roma, anything is possible.Also in contention: Timothée Chalamet (Little Women, The King)Anthony Hopkins (The Pope)Kelvin Harrison, Jr. (Luce)Jonathan Pryce (The Pope)Noah Jupe (Honey Boy)Eddie Murphy (Dolemite Is My Name)
In a scene from the season 7 premiere of NBC s The Blacklist, FBI agent Aram Mojtabai (Amir Arison) helps Liz Keen (Megan Boone) vet nanny candidates for her young daughter s care. In the process, they uncover a rogues gallery of shadowy figures and unsavory characters.About the series: After being abducted by Katarina Rostova, Raymond “Red” Reddington (James Spader) finds himself alone in hostile territory, unsure of who, if anyone, he can trust. Surrounded by old enemies and new allies, Red must stay one step ahead of the Blacklist’s most dangerous criminal, who will stop at nothing to unearth the very truth Red wants no one to know about. To find it, Katarina will insinuate herself into the life of Liz, who has finally reunited with her daughter Agnes. Katarina’s presence will bring danger to Liz’s doorstep and forever alter her relationship with Red.The Blacklist also stars Diego Klattenhoff, Hisham Tawfiq, and Harry Lennix.The Blacklist season 7 premieres Friday, October 4 at 8/7C on NBC.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.最终幻想14国服ACT是一个讲究操作、练习、试错的玩法类型，玩家游玩时往往更希望专注于一次防反、一次闪避这样细节的动作体验，而非过于繁杂的长线内容堆叠。但作为一款受众面更大的手游，《鬼泣》手游无疑需要加入足量的养成内容以及相应的商业化要素。只是这些内容的填充，还是让不少动作游戏爱好者感到“不习惯”。
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ith The Avengers.The Gatewatch is an alliance of the mightiest worthy planeswalkers, who jump to different planes and defend those in most need against physical, supernatural, and cosmic threats. Like The Avengers, the Gatewatch frequently clash in personality and method, as their members range from an illusionist to a pyromaniac, a necromancer, and a man cat. The most recent Magic set, May s War of the Spark, brings the Gatewatch and hundreds more planeswalkers onto the battlefield in a climatic showdown with elder dragon Nicol Bolas, who has been a recurring villain since 2008. Fittingly, the MCU launched that same year with Iron Man, while Thanos has been built up since the end of 2012 s The Avengers. The Russo brothers knack for weaving multiple storylines and assembling powerful characters together in meaningful and surprising ways, all into a cohesive whole, is an absolute boon for this franchise.The Russos have stated that Netflix s Magic series will be an original story, so it might not even involve the Gatewatch at all. And we re more interested in where the series will be visiting, as the multiverse is set up to hold an infinite number of planes. This Netflix team might have completely unique worlds in store for viewers. But with Magic: The Gathering s past decades of art and lore, those are mountains (and islands and plains and swamps and forests) of material yearning to seen and heard on-screen for the first time.What Are Some Planes The Series Could Visit?(Photo by Wizards of the Coast)There are well over 60 known planes in the Magic multiverse, with the majority of the card game action taking place in about a quarter of those. Here s just a few suggestions of where this series may go.Ravnica: Set in a metropolis of ornate European architecture that covers an entire planet, where magic entwines directly with Game of Thrones-style politics and civic life. A popular location with Magic designers, who have set the last three sets here, including War of the Spark.Dominaria: The original plane, whose flora and fauna most resembles our own. Seen in the first 10 years of the game, and re-visited last year for Magic s 25th anniversary in the self-titled Dominaria set. Joe and Anthony Russo are OG ( We have been huge fans and players of Magic: The Gathering for as long as it has been around, they said in a statement), so they might just kick things off here as a tribute to their origins.Kaladesh: The handsomest place in the multiverse, a sky-conquering world of sun-bright steampunk and intricate metalwork and gold filigree. Kaladesh also has a Middle Eastern and South Asian flavor, something in the zeitgeist right now if the popular success of Aladdin is to go by. The show s animators would have their work cut out for them, though.Innistrad: A Gothic tale come to dreadful life, where humans fend off vampires, werewolves, and zombies not to mention an invasion of Lovecraftian monstrosities called the Eldrazi. Netflix s press release mentions that the series will cross the genres of suspenseful thriller, horror, and drama. Innistrad nets you all three.Why Now Is The Time To Make A Series(Photo by Wizards of the Coast)Despite being around for 26 years, Magic: The Gathering is the biggest it s ever been. The multiverse and the Gatewatch were later inventions of this franchise, which has opened up storytelling possibilities and kept players engaged beyond collectible cardboard. Magic: The Gathering Arena, the competitive video game version fans have been desiring for years, is a hit with streamers and poised to take Magic into the eSports Thunderdome in a big way. The amount of new interest in putting a Magic series in front of Netflix s 139 million subscribers is going to hit like a force of nature.Who s Working On It? When s It Airing?The Russos have tapped Henry Gilroy (Star Wars Rebels, Star Wars: The Clone Wars) and Jose Molina (The Tick, Agent Carter) as lead writers and co-executive producers. A premiere date for Netflix s Magic: The Gathering has yet to be announced.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
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nny in Philadelphia for nearly 15 years. Somewhere in there McElhenney (along with Charlie Day and Megan Ganz) found time to create Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet for Apple TV+. The new series chronicles the highs and lows of a video game studio run by a crew of misfits and eccentrics. At the helm is Ian Grimm (McElhenney), whose righteous self-absorption often rubs his lead engineer Poppy Li (Charlotte Nicdao) the wrong way, and pushes the game and workplace in myriad directions. Mythic Quest is a thoughtful and hilarious celebration and critique of a complicated industry. The fifth episode, written by Katie McElhenney and directed by Rob (and starring New Girl’s Jake Johnson and Fargo’s Cristin Miloti), is especially breathtaking. You’ll never look at shovels (or flashlights) the same way again. – Haña Lucero-Colin, TV Curation ManagerWhere to watch: Apple TV+Commitment: 4.5 hours (one season)Unorthodox: Miniseries (2020) 96% (Netflix)This Netflix four-part limited series initially presents itself as unassuming as its main character does in the drama, but minutes into the first episode, the rich inner life of an ultra-Orthodox Jewish girl escaping the oppression of strict religion leaps from the screen. Shira Haas plays Esty Shapiro, a 19-year-old New Yorker who, unhappy in her marriage, flees to Berlin. As Esty s story unfolds, the series, based on the bestselling memoir by Deborah Feldman, reveals how damaging forced ignorance can be to individuals, families, and entire communities. Diminutive Haas gives an award-worthy performance that is both deeply rooted and ethereal simultaneously, as the saddest Manic Pixie Dream Girl ever gets fed up with being the supporting character in her husband’s life and embarks on her own heroic tale. – Debbie Day, Sr. TV EditorWhere to Watch: NetflixCommitment: 4 hours (four-part limited series)Recess (Disney+)(Photo by © Walt Disney Television / Courtesy: Everett Collection)Recess tracks six 4th-grade friends and their rabble-rousing escapades on the school playground. The blacktop and grassy field of the series are depicted as a mythical arena, promising vast personal freedom away from chores and homework, yet demands conformity through rigid class hierarchy. That s because all the children, lords of flies and rubber balls, have created their own top-down society. They ve built a monarchy ruled by a 6th-grade king, with a punishable unwritten code of conduct, where identity and reputation are everything. It s a complete, utterly amusing microcosm. Watching Recess in 2020 is certainly a nostalgic and comforting experience. But this was always a nostalgic show, even when it was airing new. It feels like it was written by actual empathetic adults, with each segment taking a core emotion or question from their own childhoods and exaggerating them to comedic extremes. And in doing so, they find wisdom and the departing lesson, revealed with the distance of time. Each episode is comprised of two standalone 10-minute segments, so there s no waffling about with the plot; in fact, I still haven t encountered such ruthlessly efficient dialogue and slapstick, scaled to a kind of screwball tempo, in television entertainment – children s or otherwise. – Alex Vo, Film EditorWhere to Watch: Disney+Commitment: 23 hours (65 episodes over three seasons)The Witcher: Season 1 (2019) 68% (Netflix)The Witcher is an action-fantasy series based on author Andrzej Sapkowski s novels, which spawned a wildly popular video-game franchise, but you don t have to be a fan of those to enjoy it. It has a bit of everything: action, horror, romance, and – maybe surprisingly – humor. You ll follow the intertwining storylines of intriguing characters, including the titular man himself, Witcher Geralt of Rivia (played by Henry Cavill), as he slays monsters on his journey to find and protect the young princess Ciri. Geralt is joined by his loyal companion, Jaskier the Bard, who quickly became a fan favorite with his humor and cheeky songs, including Toss a Coin to Your Witcher, which will most definitely get stuck in your head after the first time you hear it. The narrative is confusing at first – the show plays with time and chronology – but stick with it, because once you make it to episode 4, “Of Banquets, Bastards and Burials, the characters storylines come together. The Witcher pays off and will leave you anticipating season 2. – Lucy Bruckner, ProducerWhere to watch: NetflixCommitment: Approx. 8 hours (one season)The Other Two: Season 1 (2019) 94% (Comedy Central)In The Other Two, millennial siblings Brooke (Heléne York) and Cary (Drew Tarver) are in thrust into the shadow of their 13-year-old brother Chase s (Chase Walker) spotlight when his song Marry U at Recess goes viral. Former teen dancing star Brooke and struggling actor Cary have both been scraping by for years when their younger brother becomes famous literally overnight. The series offers a fascinating look at the inanity and indignity of showbiz in the digital age; the rules have changed, but the sheer nonsense stays the same. Molly Shannon is brilliant as the Midwestern Mom, and the show never forgets to hammer home that Chase is still just a kid. It s hard to imagine that viewers of any of age will be surprised by the manufactured details of celebrity life, like Chase s fake relationship with another teen superstar, but they all land with big laughs in this cringe-comedy.Where to watch: Comedy Central, FandangoNOW, Amazon, VuduCommitment: 3.5 hours (one season) () % (Masterpiece PBS/BBC)I recently finished Hilary Mantel s award-winning historical novels, Wolf Hall and its sequel Bring Up the Bodies, which both follow the quick rise to power of the wise, decent, and secretive Thomas Cromwell in Henry VIII s court. They re dense books, and take some time to get into, but once you acquaint yourself with the rhythms of Mantel s incredible prose – and develop a functioning knowledge of the endless list of characters involved – the story is frankly bingeable. In Mantel s pages, you get to witness the rise and fall of a ruthless Anne Boleyn, step behind curtains for political treachery and backstabbing, and even learn a bit about the history of England. And there s plenty of twists and turns and sex and violence and all that good stuff, too. The BBC adaptation of the two books – which are combined into one miniseries – is a similar experience: A little slow and potentially challenging at first (this is definitely not The Tudors), but once you adjust to its deceptively relaxed rhythms – and, yes, get to know who s who – you ll be hooked. And it boasts a formidable cast: Mark Rylance as Cromwell, Damian Lewis as Henry VIII, and a pre-Crown Claire Foy showing us the star she would become as Boleyn. Mantel just released a third book in the series; here s hoping we get a follow-up miniseries to go with it. – Joel Meares, Editor-in-ChiefWhere to Watch: Amazon, iTunes, VuduCommitment: 6 hours (six-episode miniseries)Check out our regular April Binge Guide. Thumbnail image Anika Molnar/Netflix, Apple TV+, Masterpiece PBS/BBC
Playmobil: The Movie (2019) 18% In 2014, The LEGO Movie proved it was possible, however improbable, to craft an engaging, entertaining film from source material that isn t inherently narrative in nature. That film wasn t the first to make the attempt, and it certainly won t be the last, as evidenced further by this week s Playbmobil: The Movie. Adapted from the popular German toy line first introduced in the 1970s, the film centers on a young woman (played by Anya Taylor-Joy) whose younger brother (Gabriel Bateman) is magically transported to an animated dreamland, compelling her to follow him and traverse landscapes populated by pirates, gladiators, and other fanciful creatures to rescue him. Unfortunately, critics say Playmobil is a regrettably mediocre outing that offers little aside from a barrage of colorful images and a brisk but ultimately generic and uninspired story. Never mind that Harry Potter himself (Daniel Radcliffe) lends his voice to James Bond-like secret agent, or that singers like Meghan Trainor and Adam Lambert are on hand to belt out musical numbers; according to the reviews, Playmobil is a whole lot of flash and glitter with very little behind it.
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(Photo by Jason Merritt/Radarpics for SVFF/Shutterstock)Despite having acted for a full decade before Breaking Bad, Aaron Paul broke out in a big way with his Emmy-winning role as slacker chemistry student-turned-meth dealer Jesse Pinkman.Since the series ended in 2013, he’s taken on tentpole movies (2014’s Exodus: Gods Kings), comedies (2016’s Central Intelligence), thrillers (2016’s Certified Fresh Eye in the Sky), quiet dramas (2016’s Fathers and Daughters), and even multiple seasons of new TV series (he starred in Hulu’s streaming cult drama The Path, which ran from 2016-2018, and voices Todd Chavez on Netflix s animated comedy BoJack Horseman).The Idaho native — who was honored over the weekend with the Pioneer Award at the Sun Valley Film Festival in his home state — stars in and produced his latest film, The Parts You Lose. The drama, about a young boy who befriends a dangerous, mysterious man in his small North Dakota town, saw Paul team up with Breaking Bad producer Mark Johnson again.The duo are potentially teaming up again with the reportedly in-the-works Breaking Bad movie. Rotten Tomatoes caught up with the actor in snow-covered Sun Valley over the weekend, where he discussed revisiting his most iconic role, moving between film and television, and how he’s gearing up for his next top-secret role on HBO’s Westworld.(Photo by Samuel Goldwyn Films)Jean Bentley for Rotten Tomatoes: Tell me about the film you premiered at this festival.The Parts You Lose is a film that I ve been trying to get off the ground for four or five years with Mark Johnson. He presented it to me right when we were wrapping up Breaking Bad and said would you like to do this, and then I read it and was just blown away by the story. We were on the hunt for our director, and it was set up a couple times, and then the floor just caved in on us. It s just hard to make a movie these days, especially an independent one. Then we finally got Chris Cantwell on board and hit the ground running. I think 10 days after he signed on he was in pre-production and we ran with it.You re someone who has gone back and forth between film and TV, which is a lot more common nowadays than 10 or 15 years ago.Oh, yeah, there was there was such a clear line between film actors and television actors. And, you know, both are great. We re lucky to get a job. But now you see Meryl Streep jumping on to a series and it s just, OK, times are changing for sure. It s just incredible — stories are being told in a long format on television. That s what I love.(Photo by Craig Blankenhorn/Hulu)So you wrap Breaking Bad, which not just a TV show, it s a phenomenon. Then you join The Path, and now you re on an Apple series, Are You Sleeping. Is that variety of TV projects on purpose? Are you someone who just likes to work, or do you love TV?I mean, are you kidding me? TV gave me a career. I don t necessarily think film is the better option. I think TV for me is where the interesting stories are being told. Film now is giant Marvel movies, giant Disney movies, big franchises, and all of the films that meet in the middle — between indies and giant blockbusters — all of those are kind of gone, and I think have just transitioned into really beautiful television series.What’s the Apple series about?The Apple series stars Octavia Spencer, who plays a fallen-from-grace New York Times reporter. She stretches the truth on a story and she ends up getting fired because of it and so she moves back to her hometown and decides to start doing a podcast about a story that she was involved with 20 years ago. She had a big hand in getting this young 16-year-old boy sentenced to life in prison for murdering his neighbor on Halloween night. This boy has always declared he was innocent, but she had a big hand in putting him behind bars. Twenty years later, the boy is still there. The boy is still saying he s innocent. But that story is now buried. He s forgotten about, but she digs it back up and unearths these old skeletons.Are you the boy?And I m the boy.What is it like to work on a show when you don t really know how it s going to be distributed?It s interesting to jump into business with literally the biggest business on the planet, and a trillion-dollar company, that you just have to trust. It s like the trust fall, and it s not even that. It s just like, yeah, Apple is going to do their own streaming service, how is it going to be received? Or, How are we going to watch it? I don t know. But they come up with really interesting ideas, and you just have to believe in them. When I read this, I actually read the first two scripts when the offer came in and I was so floored and really sort of flattered that they would come to me with this type of type of guy and this just beautiful story. So I m excited about it.(Photo by Frank Ockenfels/AMC)What’s it like now, after doing all these new types of projects, to go revisit Breaking Bad in a movie?You know what? I honestly cannot confirm or deny that that movie is even happening.OK, but what would that be like were it to happen?If it — honestly, I ve said this before — if Vince were to approach me and ask me to be a part of anything, I would say yes. And so if that s Breaking Bad, then so be it. I m where I m at today because of him. So I owe him a lot, and we all do from the show, and feel very blessed.It s something that meant a lot to you. And it s also a role that you ve got to do so much with.He allowed everyone that was a part of that world, the Breaking Bad universe, to soar. Whether you re a director, writer, performer — we all were able to just spread our wings and fly because of his vision. We re all very lucky.So movie, sure, if he wants?Yeah, if he wants to!Better Call Saul?Yeah, Better Call Saul, I m there! Anything he wants.(Photo by AMC/Courtesy Everett Collection)And what s next for right now?I m jumping onto Westworld. That ll take me through October.What s it like being on that kind of top-secret show?It s a lot of fun. When I sat down with Jonah [Nolan] and Lisa [Joy, the creators], and they pitched me the arc of this character and the arc of this season and the rest of the series, being such a huge fan of the first two seasons of Westworld, I was just so excited to be in their presence and hearing their ideas moving forward. It s so brave and out there and really, really cool.So as a fan, you re pumped for what you get to do.I m just constantly pinching myself. I m going to have a lot of fun with this one.Like this? 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最终幻想14国服 As the 2010s comes to a close, so do a number of beloved comedy series this month — cheers to you, Schitt’s Creek and Bojack Horseman! But not to worry: The rest of January has plenty of returning fan-favorites, plus an ultra-buzzy sci-fi sequel series decades in the making. Catch up on all that and more in this month’s binge guide.Doctor Who 92% (BBC America)What it is: Considering Doctor Who is about nothing less than fantastical adventures through the space-time continuum, it’s difficult to sum up in a sentence or two. But just know that it follows an alien Time Lord who’s known as the Doctor (who’s been inhabited by a number of actors, and now an actress, over the years) and his companions — in the two newest seasons called her “friends.”Why you should watch it: Doctor Who is making a case for being one of those timeless sci-fi properties that’s earned a devout following akin to Star Wars or Star Trek. The decades-spanning series always finds ways to one-up itself, and with Jodie Whittaker making her grand debut last season as the first female Doctor, there’s never been a better time to jump aboard. Season 12 premiered Jan. 1 on BBC America — we recommend you begin with the 2006 relaunch.Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNOW, Google Play, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 101 hours (for the first 11 seasons of the relaunch)Schitt's Creek 93% (Pop TV)What it is: Father and son co-creators Dan Levy and Eugene Levy pack in the laughs as the fictional father and son within the Roses, a millionaire mogul family. They are joined by Catherine O’Hara as wacky matriarch Moira and Annie Murphy as the ditzy daughter Alexis. When they lose their fortune, they’re forced to relocate to their sole possession: the town of Schitt’s Creek, which was bought as a gag gift years prior. The ensuing five seasons follows the family as they adjust to their new life and learn to call that small, unfortunately-named town home.Why you should watch it: We love a success story, and Schitt’s Creek has one of our favorite little-show-that-could narratives of the decade. While always well-received and enjoyed by its niche Pop TV and CBC audience, this Canadian television series didn’t really bloom until hitting Netflix, where its bingeable 30-minute episodes — full, in equal measure, of both humor and heart — were eaten up by American audiences who became eager for more. Cut to 2018 Emmy nominations for best comedy series and lead actors Eugene Levy and O’Hara, and we’ve no doubt that season 6 will wrap the series on a touching — and hilarious — high note. Season 6 premieres Jan. 6 on Pop TV.Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNOW, Google Play, Microsoft, Netflix, VuduCommitment: Approx. 24 hours (for the first five seasons)The New Pope 90% (HBO)What it is: From the mind of Italian filmmaker Paolo Sorrentino, The New Pope is a John Malkovich–starring follow-up to The Young Pope, which dramatizes the controversial rise of Pope Pius XIII (Jude Law), the world’s first American Pope.Why you should watch it: As the first Italian series to be nominated at the Primetime Emmy Awards and the first television series to host its world premiere at the Venice International Film Festival, The Young Pope is nothing if not cinematic in scope and aesthetic — and led by Law and Diane Keaton on season 1, it’s got the star power to back it all up. Season 2 premieres Jan. 13 on HBO.Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNOW, Google Play, HBO Now, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 10 hours (for the first season)The Magicians 91% (SyFy)What it is: Based on the acclaimed fantasy series by Lev Grossman and from producers Michael London, Janice Williams, John McNamara, and Sera Gamble, The Magicians follows Quentin Coldwater (Jason Ralph) after he enrolls in Brakebills University for Magical Pedagogy in New York. What follows for the young magician is a collision between our world and a threatening fantasy world with nothing less at stake than reality as we know it. Why you should watch it: The Magicians has all the straight-up drama that comes with magic, secret academies, and battles between good and evil — and it’s a whole lot of crazy fun, too. Season 5 premieres Jan. 15 on Syfy.Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, Microsoft, Netflix, VuduCommitment: Approx. 39 hours (for the first four seasons)Sex Education 96% (Netflix)What it is: This British teen dramedy from creator Laurie Nunn tells the story of a high school outsider who, buoyed by the tricks he’s picked up from his sex therapist helicopter mom, begins his own sex therapy practice out of an abandoned bathroom — to booming results.Why you should watch it: You’d be hard-pressed to find a 2019 series whose ensemble was quite as immediately loveable — though a bit chaotic — as this one. The pitch-perfect cast is led by Asa Butterfield as Otis and a scene-stealing, never-better (if you can believe it) Gillian Anderson as his mother, Jean; the nuances of their fraught and evolving relationship paired with the high school dramas of puberty and beyond make this a must-watch. Season 2 premieres Jan. 17 on Netflix.Where to watch: NetflixCommitment: Approx. 8 hours (for the first season)The Bold Type 91% (Freeform)What it is: With industry-specific dramas pulled directly from Cosmopolitan editor-in-chief (and series executive producer) Joanna Coles’ decades-spanning career, The Bold Type follows the day-to-day adventures of three millennial New Yorkers and best friends who work together at the fictional fashion magazine Scarlet.Why you should watch it: From Ugly Betty to The Devil Wears Prada, the New York fashion magazine and media industry has proven a fine playing field for high-stakes drama and fantastic wardrobes. The Bold Type dives right in and still finds ways to make this well-documented world newly exciting. That’s largely thanks to a stellar cast led by Katie Stevens as Jane Sloan, one-third of the BFF and co-worker trio that also includes Aisha Dee as Kat Edison and Meghann Fahy as Sutton Brady. Season 4 premieres Jan. 23 on Freeform.Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, Hulu, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 21 hours (for the first three seasons)Star Trek: The Next Generation 91% (CBS All Access)What it is: To catch up on the Star Trek universe as shown in this month s Star Trek: Picard, we’re recommending you revisit The Next Generation (and perhaps the franchises 2002 feature film, Nemesis) for a wintry binge. As the series that first introduced the USS Enterprise’s Captain Picard, played by the legendary Sir Patrick Stewart, TNG sets the stage for the 20-years-later action that befalls the captain after he disassociates from Starfleet.Why you should watch it: While the Picard creative team, including showrunner Alex Kurtzman, have emphasized that this series will be accessible to newbie Trekkies, a binge of TNG will inform your foundational knowledge of those revisiting the Picard world (including Data and William Riker from the trailer alone) while giving you a fine excuse to watch a classic!Set 20 years after Picard goes into retirement and isolation, the new CBS All Access series marks the grand return of one of today’s most iconic heroes. The story picks up with the unexpected arrival of Dahj (Isa Briones), a young woman who turns to Picard for help following an enormous trauma, in turn reigniting the former captain’s desire to return to Starfleet. Season 1 of Star Trek: Picard premieres Jan. 23 on CBS All Access.Where to watch: Amazon, CBS All Access, FandangoNOW, Google Play, Hulu, Microsoft, Netflix, VuduCommitment: Approx. 132 hours (for all seven seasons)Shrill 87% (Hulu)What it is: Based on the hit book by Lindy West and co-created by Alexandra Rushfield and Aidy Bryant (who also stars), this series puts a feminist, body-positive spin on the classic workplace drama as our hero Annie Easton (Bryant) finds her voice as a journalist and learns to love herself in unexpected ways.Why you should watch it: Saturday Night Live stalwart Bryant is finally given a star-making vehicle with Shrill, which earnestly and humorously portrays the daily microaggressions plus-size women face in the office and beyond. Season 2 premieres Jan. 24 on Hulu.Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNOW, Google Play, Hulu, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 3 hours (for the first season)BoJack Horseman 93% (Netflix)What it is: BoJack Horseman (voiced by Will Arnett) was once the hottest horse in town, star of a hit sitcom and riding high in Tinseltown. Fast-forward 20 years, though, and he’s a depressive has-been — and our titular protagonist of this hit Netflix comedy.Why you should watch it: It’s not often that an alcoholic horse and a fictionalized Hollywood full of as many flawed humans as talking animals teaches you about yourself, but this one does — trust us! There’s reason BoJack’s blend of pitch-black humor and weighty human circumstance has gained such a cult following over the last five seasons. The second half of season 6 — the series’ final episodes — premieres Jan. 31 on Netflix.Where to watch: NetflixCommitment: Approx. 34 hours (for the first five seasons and first half of season 6)Like this? 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shoots back at Michael upon hearing the news he’s moving to the Grand Canyon State. Marvel at the way Walter nods her head with conviction, eyes wide open.Her Chicken A bunch of Bluths concocted awesomely absurd chicken imitations, usually to mock Michael for being a wimp, but Lucille’s version (making a flying motion with her arms and repeating “coodle-doodle-do”) might be our favorite.“Look what the homosexuals have done to me.”Lucille’s introduction in the pilot episode tells you just about everything you need to know about her character. Bonus points for how Walter emphasizes “dramatic” in her dig that “everything they do is so dramatic and flamboyant, it just makes me want to set myself on fire.”“Did nothing cancel?”(Photo by Carin Baer / TM and Copyright © 20th Century Fox Film Corp. All rights reserved / Courtesy Everett Collection)Lucille’s put downs of her daughter Lindsay (Portia de Rossi) are constantly amusing throughout the show s run. But this scorcher of a line, delivered after Lindsay says she has the afternoon free, hilariously shows just how armed and ready Lucille is with a hurtful comeback.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.