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亚博网页手机登录采用百度引擎7(Baidu 0)对于移动游戏行业而言,一系列挑战传统渠道的全新现象的崛起值得关注。如果早期手游的逻辑是短周期内的获客变现,未来手游的逻辑则是在更长周期内对玩家的服务和维护,长期运营能力的拥有与否,将决定游戏产品的影响力能走多远

1. 亚博网页手机登录
画面是使命召唤手游一大亮点,也是最值得称道的地方。我在进入游戏后,甚至都不敢相信这是一款手游,其画质已足以和大部分端游一较高下。 除了游戏开发进度外,暴雪还表示手游《暗黑破坏神不朽》计划在年内上架,国服将会由网易负责运营推出。目前,暴雪也有多款与《魔兽》相关的手游正在开发当中,据悉这些游戏都会是免费模式,类似《炉石传说》。如今手游确实会比端游更加吃香,在研发成本、难度上也会比端游更好控制,所以加大对手游的投入也没有什么毛病。
全球在地化体验,支援12种语言:英语、西班牙语、葡萄牙语、俄语、土耳其语、印尼语、泰语、简中、繁中、阿拉伯语、德语、法语。

2. 公平游戏环境
CanadaSteaming on ShudderWhat is it? A zombie movie with a twist, Blood Quantum centers on an outbreak in which the non-Indigenous locals are turning into the undead and the Indigenous population finds itself immune.Mi kmaq director-writer Jeff Barnaby’s second feature is an exploration of indigeneity and the ongoing effects of colonization. The film is set in 1981, which is a reference to the Alanis Obomsawin documentary Incident at Restigouche, about the raids on Listuguj Mi gmaq First Nation by Quebec police over salmon fishing rights, an act Barnaby witnessed as a 4-year-old. This film is layered with history like this throughout – including some eerie use of undead fish! – and also features zombie film references and animated interludes.亚博网页手机登录游戏的种类有很多,玩家可以使用这款软件获取到最新的游戏资讯动态,还提供手游折扣、钻石、元宝、礼包领取,上线即送VIP让您在游戏中领先一步。

3. 激战团竞模式
其次在升级杀副本玩法方面上,《天龙八部手游》提倡以节约时间为主题,在组队杀副本升级时可以直接在系统中添加组对进行系统匹配队友,这可比之前在公频上组队要快得多。同时小编再告诉你们一个创新的玩法,就是新出的门派组队做任务可以升级加速哦~

4. 呼朋唤友 随心所欲
我接触抽卡类手游很晚(20年才开始玩FGO),因为印象中对这种玩法确实挺厌恶的,觉得这种玩法就是以前氪金网游的翻版。后来真正接触后,才发现这种玩法相对以前的“征途”式游戏来说,其实是进步的。

5. HD 画质与高品质音讯
使用強大的百度引擎4建构,提供丰富详尽的资讯、逼真的特效和广阔的HD地图,营造出惊人的战术动作游戏体验。高品质音讯和3D音效让您身心完全投入枪火轰鸣的火热战斗。

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9.49.2 0月喜迎对玩家来说,“暗黑破坏神”这个IP代表的是中世纪的幽暗感和rougelike探索感并行的冒险体验,他们担心的不是IP不应该改编手游,而是手游的设计会让他们觉得“不够暗黑”。幸好《暗黑破坏神:不朽》并未将迪亚波罗的世界变得面目全非,玩家在游戏中既能体验到连续的主线流程,也能享受到爽快的战斗,“暗黑”的随机地图、多属性装备掉落、富有打击感的刷怪等精髓全都保留了下来,爆出的一地道具里闪烁着金色甚至暗金色光芒的惊喜让玩家瞬间就找回了20年前初遇时的快乐。
Golden Year Award 2020Last year, we introduced the Golden Year Award to honor the one person who absolutely owned the year, whether it was on TV, in movies, or behind the scenes, and Rotten Tomatoes fans crowned Keanu Reeves the winner. This year, while the voting on Fan Favorite Actor and Fan Favorite Actress did spill over into here a bit, the winner was the late Chadwick Boseman.We all mourned when we learned that Boseman had succumbed to the colon cancer he had been fighting since 2016 something that no one but those closest to him were aware of. His career is marked by powerful performances in films about some of the most influential Black figures in American history, from Jackie Robinson to Thurgood Marshall, and his portrayal of T Challa in Marvel s Black Panther endeared him to comic book fans everywhere. So it s fitting that Boseman s final performances would come in Da 5 Bloods, a timely Spike Lee joint that dropped just as the world was reacting to the death of George Floyd, and Ma Rainey s Black Bottom, the August Wilson adaptation that would earn him a posthumous Best Actor Academy Award nomination. We would be hard pressed to argue against this choice.The order below reflects the number of total votes cast for each person by users in a poll that ran on RT from March 10 to April 13.« Previous Category Next Category »Chadwick BosemanKind of difficult to argue against this one, right? The man was an icon for a younger generation, and if his bright future was ever in doubt, one need only to look at his final two powerful performances in Da 5 Blood and Ma Rainey s Black Bottom, the latter of which is likely to win him a posthumous Oscar for Best Actor.Pedro PascalThe man best known for getting his face destroyed in Game of Thrones is officially a household name himself, thanks to prominent roles in The Mandalorian and Wonder Woman 1984.Tom HollandHolland once again comes in just behind Pedro Pascal after a year that saw him waxing magically nostalgic in Onward and live dangerously in The Devil All the Time.Anya Taylor-JoyIt s possible that Anya Taylor-Joy helped inspire people to take up chess again or learn it for the first time after her Netflix series The Queen s Gambit became a huge hit, but she also proved she could do Jane Austen (Emma.) and wield a Soulsword (The New Mutants).ZendayaShe won the Fan Favorite Actress category handily, thanks to a history-making win at the Emmys for her work on HBO s Euphoria and another dramatic turn in Malcolm Marie.« Previous Category Next Category »
《使命召唤手游》不仅将玩家们耳熟能详的肥皂(麦克塔维仕)、钱队(普莱斯)和幽灵(西蒙·莱利)等人气角色齐聚一堂,还将COD系列的多个经典地图还原到游戏里。

相信很多玩家一定玩过不少的手游题材,很多游戏不是傻瓜砍怪氪金就是每天大量的主线支线任务,只会不断地消耗自身的精力跟金钱,丝毫没有乐趣可言,如果你也这样觉得,可以去感受一下开放世界的玩法,玩家可以自己决定在游戏中的玩法,互动性也非常高,今天就给大家带来了10款拥有开放世界的手游。
(Photo by HBO)Chernobyl leads nominations for the 2020 British Academy of Film and Television Arts awards for television with 14 nods. BAFTA announced the full list of the Virgin Media British Academy Television Awards and British Academy Television Craft Awards nominations on Wednesday.Other top nominees included The Crown with seven, Fleabag, and Giri/Haji with six, His Dark Materials and The Virtues with five, and four nominations each for Killing Eve, Sex Education, and Top Boy.U.K. residents can vote on the Virgin Media Must-See Moment at virginmedia.com/bafta. The category nominees include:Coronation Street: The Death of Sinead OsbourneFleabag: Confessional sceneGame of Thrones: Arya kills the Night KingGavin and Stacey: Nessa proposes to SmithyLine of Duty: John Corbett’s DeathLove Island: Michael recouples after Casa AmorWinners of the Television Craft Awards will be revealed Friday, July 17 and the Television Awards on Friday, July 31.COMEDY ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMMETHE GRAHAM NORTON SHOW Graham Norton, Graham Stuart, Jon Magnusson, Steve Smith – So Television/BBC OneTHE LAST LEG Production Team – Open Mike Productions/Channel 4THE RANGANATION Production Team – Zeppotron/BBC TwoTASKMASTER Alex Horne, Andy Devonshire, Andy Cartwright, James Taylor – Avalon Television/DaveCURRENT AFFAIRSGROWING UP POOR: BRITAIN’S BREADLINE KIDS (DISPATCHES) Production Team – True Vision East/Channel 4THE HUNT FOR JIHADI JOHN Anthony Wonke, Richard Kerbaj, Peter Lovering, Jane Root – Nutopia, Livedrop Media, HBO/Channel 4IS LABOUR ANTI-SEMITIC? (PANORAMA) Leo Telling, John Ware, Neil Grant, Rachel Jupp – BBC/BBC OneUNDERCOVER: INSIDE CHINA’S DIGITAL GULAG (EXPOSURE) Robin Barnwell, David Henshaw, Guy Creasey, Gesbeen Mohammad – Hardcash Productions/ITVDRAMA SERIESTHE CROWN Peter Morgan, Suzanne Mackie, Benjamin Caron, Michael Casey – Left Bank Pictures, Sony Pictures Television/NetflixTHE END OF THE F***ING WORLD Production Team – Clerkenwell Films, Dominic Buchanan Productions/Channel 4/NetflixGENTLEMAN JACK Sally Wainwright, Faith Penhale, Laura Lankester, Phil Collinson – Lookout Point, HBO/BBC OneGIRI/HAJI Production Team – Sister Pictures/BBC TwoENTERTAINMENT PERFORMANCEFRANKIE BOYLE Frankie Boyle’s New World Order – Zeppotron/BBC TwoGRAHAM NORTON The Graham Norton Show – So Television/BBC OneLEE MACK Would I Lie to You – Zeppotron/BBC OneMO GILLIGAN The Lateish Show with Mo Gilligan – Expectation, Momo G/Channel 4ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMMETHE GREATEST DANCER Amelia Brown, Phil Harris, Nigel Hall, Louise Hutchinson – Thames, Syco Entertainment/BBC OneTHE RAP GAME UK Tom O Brien, Simon Andreae, Tom Whitrow – Naked TV/BBC ThreeSTRICTLY COME DANCING Production Team – BBC Studios/BBC OneTHE VOICE UK Production Team – ITV Studios, Talpa/ITVFACTUAL SERIESCRIME AND PUNISHMENT Emily Lawson, Bruce Fletcher, Jemma Chisnall, Mark Raphael – 72 Films/Channel 4DON’T F**K WITH CATS: HUNTING AN INTERNET KILLER Mark Lewis, Felicity Morris, Michael Harte, Dimitris Doganis –Raw TV/NetflixLEAVING NEVERLAND Dan Reed – Amos Pictures/Channel 4OUR DEMENTIA CHOIR WITH VICKY MCCLURE Production Team – Curve Media/BBC OneFEATURESJOE LYCETT’S GOT YOUR BACK Production Team Rumpus Media, My Options Were Limited/Channel 4THE MISADVENTURES OF ROMESH RANGANATHAN Emily Hudd, Morgan Roberts, Christopher Cottam Rumpus Media/BBC TwoMORTIMER WHITEHOUSE: GONE FISHING Bob Mortimer, Paul Whitehouse, Lisa Clark, Will Yapp Owl Power/BBC TwoSNACKMASTERS Production Team Optomen/Channel 4FEMALE PERFORMANCE IN A COMEDY PROGRAMMEGBEMISOLA IKUMELO Famalam BBC Studios/BBC ThreePHOEBE WALLER-BRIDGE Fleabag Two Brothers Pictures/BBC ThreeSARAH KENDALL Frayed Merman Television Ltd, Guesswork Television/Sky OneSIAN CLIFFORD Fleabag – Two Brothers Pictures/BBC ThreeINTERNATIONALEUPHORIA Sam Levinson, Ravi Nandan, Kevin Turen, Drake The Reasonable Bunch, A24, Little Lamb, DreamCrew, Tedy Productions, HBO/Sky AtlanticSUCCESSION Production Team HBO Entertainment in association with Project Zeus, Hyperobject Industries and Gary Sanchez Productions/Sky AtlanticUNBELIEVABLE Production Team CBS Television Studios, Timberman-Beverly Productions, Katie Couric Media, Escapist Fare, Sage Lane Productions/NetflixWHEN THEY SEE US Production Team Participant Media, Tribeca Productions, Harpo Films, Array Filmworks/NetflixLEADING ACTORCALLUM TURNER The Capture Heyday Television, NBC Universal/BBC OneJARED HARRIS Chernobyl – Sister Pictures, The Mighty Mint, Word Games, HBO/Sky AtlanticSTEPHEN GRAHAM The Virtues Warp Films, Big Arty Productions/Channel 4TAKEHIRO HIRA Giri/Haji – Sister Pictures/BBC TwoLEADING ACTRESSGLENDA JACKSON Elizabeth Is Missing – STV Productions/BBC OneJODIE COMER Killing Eve – Sid Gentle Films/BBC OneSAMANTHA MORTON I Am Kirsty – Me and You Productions/Channel 4SURANNE JONES Gentleman Jack – Lookout Point, HBO/BBC OneLIVE EVENTBLUE PLANET LIVE Production Team – BBC Studios Natural History Unit, Open University, BBC Learning/BBC OneELECTION 2019 LIVE: THE RESULTS Production Team – ITV News, ITN/ITVGLASTONBURY 2019 Production Team – BBC Studios/BBC TwoOPERATION LIVE Production Team – The Garden Productions/Channel 5MALE PERFORMANCE IN A COMEDY PROGRAMMEGUZ KHAN Man Like Mobeen – Tiger Aspect Productions, Cave Bear Productions/BBC ThreeJAMIE DEMETRIOU Stath Lets Flats – Roughcut TV/Channel 4NCUTI GATWA Sex Education – Eleven Film/NetflixYOUSSEF KERKOUR Home – Jantaculum, Channel X/Channel 4MINI-SERIESA CONFESSION Jeff Pope, Paul Andrew Williams, Tom Dunbar, Johnny Capps ITV Studios, Urban Myth Films/ITVCHERNOBYL Production Team – Sister Pictures, The Mighty Mint, Word Games, HBO/Sky AtlanticTHE VICTIM Rob Williams, Niall MacCormick, Sarah Brown, Jenny Frayn – STV Productions/BBC OneTHE VIRTUES Shane Meadows, Jack Thorne, Mark Herbert, Nickie Sault Warp Films, Big Arty Productions/Channel 4NEWS COVERAGEHONG KONG PROTESTS Production Team – Sky News/Sky NewsITV NEWS AT TEN: ELECTION RESULTS Production Team – ITV News, ITN/ITVPRINCE ANDREW THE EPSTEIN SCANDAL (NEWSNIGHT) Production Team – BBC News/BBC TwoVICTORIA DERBYSHIRE: MEN WHO LOST LOVED ONES TO KNIFE CRIME – BBC News/BBC TwoREALITY CONSTRUCTED FACTUALCELEBRITY GOGGLEBOX Tania Alexander, Leon Campbell, Stephen Lambert, Chris Hooker – Studio Lambert/Channel 4HARRY’S HEROES: THE FULL ENGLISH Production Team – Talkback/ITVRACE ACROSS THE WORLD Production Team – Studio Lambert/BBC TwoRUPAUL’S DRAG RACE UK Production Team – World of Wonder Productions/BBC ThreeSCRIPTED COMEDYCATASTROPHE Sharon Horgan, Rob Delaney, Jim O’Hanlon, Toby Welch Avalon Television, Birdbath, Merman/Channel 4DERRY GIRLS Lisa McGee, Michael Lennox, Sam Pinnell – Hat Trick Productions/Channel 4FLEABAG Production Team – Two Brothers Pictures/BBC ThreeSTATH LETS FLATS Jamie Demetriou, Tom Kingsley, Seb Barwell, Ash Atalla Roughcut TV/Channel 4SHORT FORM PROGRAMMEANYWHERE BUT WESTMINSTER John Domokos, John Harris – The Guardian/The GuardianBRAIN IN GEAR Gbemisola Ikumelo, Fergal Costello, Inez Gordon – BBC Studios/BBC iPlayerSOON GONE: A WINDRUSH CHRONICLE Roy Williams, Tinge Krishnan, Carol Harding – Douglas Road Productions, The Young Vic/BBC FourTONI_WITH_AN_I (BORN DIGITAL: FIRST CUTS) Marco Alessi, Ksenia Harwood, Mary Antony Plimsoll Productions, BFI/BBC FourSINGLE DOCUMENTARYTHE ABUSED Barbie MacLaurin, Napoleon Stratogiannakis, Malcolm Brinkworth, Benedict Adams Brinkworth Productions/Channel 5DAVID HAREWOOD: PSYCHOSIS AND ME Emma Hindley, Wendie Ottewill, Olivia Isaacs, David Harewood – Films of Record, Open University/BBC TwoTHE FAMILY SECRET Anna Hall, Sally Ogden, Luke Rothery, Brian Woods – True Vision Yorkshire/Channel 4THE LAST SURVIVORS Arthur Cary, Morgan Matthews, Katherine Anstey, Joby Gee – Minnow Films/BBC TwoSINGLE DRAMABREXIT: THE UNCIVIL WAR Production Team – House Productions, Baffin Media/Channel 4ELIZABETH IS MISSING Andrea Gibb, Aisling Walsh, Sarah Brown, Chrissy Skinns – STV Productions/BBC OneTHE LEFT BEHIND Alan Harris, Joseph Bullman, Aysha Rafaele, Tracie Simpson – BBC Studios/BBC ThreeRESPONSIBLE CHILD Karen Wilson, Elinor Day, Sean Buckley, Nick Holt – Kudos, 72 Films/BBC TwoSOAP CONTINUING DRAMACASUALTY Production Team BBC Studios/BBC OneCORONATION STREET Production Team – ITV Studios/ITVEMMERDALE Production Team – ITV Studios/ITVHOLBY CITY Production Team – BBC Studios/BBC OneSPECIALIST FACTUAL***8 DAYS: TO THE MOON AND BACK Production Team – BBC Studios, PBS/BBC TwoSEVEN WORLDS, ONE PLANET Production Team – BBC Studios Natural History Unit, BBC America, Tencent Penguin Pictures, ZDF, France Télévisions, CCTV9/BBC OneTHATCHER: A VERY BRITISH REVOLUTION Production Team – BBC Studios: The Documentary Unit/BBC TwoYORKSHIRE RIPPER FILES: A VERY BRITISH CRIME STORY Liza Williams, Jasmine McNabb, Nancy Bornat, Leanne Klein – Wall to Wall Media/BBC FourSPORT2019 RUGBY WORLD CUP FINAL: ENGLAND V SOUTH AFRICA Phil Heslop, David Francis, Mark Demuth, Paul McNamara – ITV Sport/ITVICC CRICKET WORLD CUP FINAL Production Team – Sky Sports, Sunset+Vine, ICC TV/Sky Sports CricketFIFA WOMEN’S WORLD CUP 2019 SEMI FINAL: ENGLAND V USA Frank Callaghan, Stu Hutchinson, Pete Burton – Input Media/BBC OneWIMBLEDON 2019 MEN’S FINAL Production Team – BBC Sport/BBC OneSUPPORTING ACTORJOE ABSOLOM A Confession ITV Studios, Urban Myth Films/ITVJOSH O’CONNOR The Crown Left Bank Pictures, Sony Pictures Television/NetflixSTELLAN SKARSGARD Chernobyl – Sister Pictures, The Mighty Mint, Word Games, HBO/Sky AtlanticWILL SHARPE Giri/Haji – Sister Pictures/BBC TwoSUPPORTING ACTRESSHELEN BEHAN The Virtues Warp Films, Big Arty Productions/Channel 4HELENA BONHAM CARTER The Crown Left Bank Pictures Sony Pictures/NetflixJASMINE JOBSON Top Boy Cowboy Films, Easter Partisan Films, DreamCrew, SpringHill Entertainment/NetflixNAOMI ACKIE The End of the F***ing World Clerkenwell Films, Dominic Buchanan Productions/Channel 4VIRGIN MEDIA’S MUST-SEE MOMENT (voted for by the public)CORONATION STREET The Death of Sinead Osbourne – ITV Studios/ITVFLEABAG Confessional Scene Two Brothers Pictures/BBC ThreeGAME OF THRONES Arya Kills the Night King – Bighead, Littlehead, Television 360, Startling Television, HBO/Sky AtlanticGAVIN AND STACEY Nessa Proposes to Smithy – Fulwell 73, Tidy Productions and Baby Cow Production for BBC OneLINE OF DUTY John Corbett’s Death – World Productions/BBC OneLOVE ISLAND Michael recouples after Casa Amor – ITV Studios, Motion Content Group ITV2* Entertainment Programme is given in honour of Lew Grade** Single Documentary is given in honour of Robert Flaherty*** Specialist Factual is given in honour of Huw WheldonBritish Academy Television Craft Awards Nominations (winners to be revealed Friday 17 July)BREAKTHROUGH TALENT sponsored by Sara Putt AssociatesAISLING BEA (Writer) This Way Up Merman TV/Channel 4ANEIL KARIA (Director) Pure (ep 3) Drama Republic/Channel 4 Top Boy (ep 10) Cowboy Films, Easter Partisan Films, Dream Crew, SpringHill Entertainment/NetflixLAURIE NUNN (Writer) Sex Education Eleven Film/NetflixSEAN BUCKLEY (Writer) Responsible Child – Kudos, 72 Films/BBC TwoCOSTUME DESIGNCAROLINE MCCALL His Dark Materials Bad Wolf/BBC OneJOANNA EATWELL Beecham House – Bend It TV/ITVMICHELE CLAPTON Game of Thrones Bighead, Littlehead, Television 360, Startling Television/HBO/Sky AtlanticODILE DICKS-MIREAUX Chernobyl – Sister Pictures, The Mighty Mint, Word Games/Sky AtlanticDIRECTOR: FACTUALARTHUR CARY The Last Survivors Minnow Films/BBC TwoDAN REED Leaving Neverland AMOS Pictures/Channel 4MARK LEWIS Don’t F**k with Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer Raw TV/NetflixROBIN BARNWELL Undercover: Inside China’s Digital Gulag (Exposure) Hardcash Productions/ITVDIRECTOR: FICTION sponsored by 3 Mills StudiosHARRY BRADBEER Fleabag – Two Brothers Pictures/BBC ThreeJOHAN RENCK Chernobyl – Sister Pictures, The Mighty Mint, Word Games/Sky AtlanticSHANE MEADOWS The Virtues – Warp Films, Big Arty Productions/Channel 4TOBY HAYNES Brexit: The Uncivil War – House Productions/Channel 4DIRECTOR: MULTI-CAMERA sponsored by JackshootBRIDGET CALDWELL The Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance BBC Studios/BBC OneJANET FRASER CROOK Glastonbury 2019 BBC Studios/BBC TwoMATTHEW GRIFFITHS Six Nations 2019 Wales v England BBC Sport/BBC OnePAUL MCNAMARA ITV Racing: Cheltenham Festival ITV Sport/ITVEDITING: FACTUALANDY R. 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Studios/BBC OneMAKE UP HAIR DESIGN sponsored by MAC CosmeticsDANIEL PARKER, BARRIE GOWER Chernobyl – Sister Pictures, The Mighty Mint, Word Games/Sky AtlanticINMA AZORIN The Trial of Christine Keeler Ecosse Films, Great Meadow Productions/BBC OneKIRSTIN CHALMERS Catherine the Great New Pictures, Origin Pictures/Sky AtlanticLOZ SCHIAVO Peaky Blinders Caryn Mandabach Productions, Tiger Aspect/BBC OneORIGINAL MUSICADRIAN JOHNSTON Giri/Haji – Sister Pictures/BBC TwoANDREW PHILLIPS War in the Blood – Minnow Films/BBC TwoDAVID HOLMES, KEEFUS CIANCIA Killing Eve – Sid Gentle Films/BBC OneHILDUR GUDNADOTTIR Chernobyl- Sister Pictures, The Mighty Mint, Word Games/Sky AtlanticPHOTOGRAPHY: FACTUAL sponsored by The FarmBERTIE GREGORY, HOWARD BOURNE, JOHN SHIER Seven Worlds, One Planet BBC Studios/BBC OneDOUG ANDERSON, ROGER HORROCKS, GAVIN THURSTON Our Planet (Coastal Seas) Silverback Films/NetflixJAMIE MCPHERSON, HECTOR SKEVINGTON-POSTLES, BARRIE BRITTON Our Planet (Frozen Worlds) Silverback Films/NetflixPATRICK SMITH, NEIL HARVEY Untouchable: The Rise and Fall of Harvey Weinstein – Lightbox/BBC TwoPHOTOGRAPHY LIGHTING: FICTION sponsored by ScreenSkillsADRIANO GOLDMAN The Crown Left Bank Pictures, Sony Pictures Television/NetflixJAKOB IHRE Chernobyl Sister Pictures, The Mighty Mint, Word Games/Sky AtlanticJOE ANDERSON Top Boy Cowboy Films, Easter Partisan Films, Dream Crew, SpringHill Entertainment/NetflixSUZIE LAVELLE His Dark Materials (Episode 3) – Bad Wolf, BBC Studios, HBO/BBC OnePRODUCTION DESIGN sponsored by MicrosoftLAURENCE DORMAN, LINDA WILSON Killing Eve Sid Gentle Films/BBC OneLUKE HULL, CLAIRE LEVINSON-GENDLER Chernobyl – Sister Pictures, The Mighty Mint, Word Games/Sky AtlanticMARTIN CHILDS, ALISON HARVEY The Crown – Left Bank Pictures, Sony Pictures Television/NetflixSAMANTHA HARLEY, MIRI KATZ Sex Education – Eleven Film/NetflixSCRIPTED CASTING sponsored by SpotlightDES HAMILTON Top Boy – Cowboy Films, Easter Partisan Films, Dream Crew, SpringHill Entertainment/NetflixLAUREN EVANS Sex Education – Eleven Film/NetflixNINA GOLD, ROBERT STERNE Chernobyl – Sister Pictures, The Mighty Mint, Word Games/Sky AtlanticYOKO NARAHASHI, SHAHEEN BAIG, LAYLA MERRICK-WOLF Giri/Haji – Sister/BBC TwoSOUND: FACTUAL sponsored by ShureGRAHAM WILD, KATE HOPKINS Seven Worlds, One Planet – BBC Studios/BBC OneGRAHAM WILD, KATE HOPKINS, TIM OWENS Our Planet (One Planet) – Silverback Films Production/NetflixNICK FRY, STEVE SPEED, JAMES EVANS, NICK ADAMS Formula 1: Drive to Survive – Box to Box Films/NetflixSOUND TEAM Battle of the Brass Bands – Two Four/Sky ArtsSOUND: FICTIONDILLON BENNETT, JON THOMAS, GARETH BULL, JAMES RIDGEWAY His Dark Materials – Bad Wolf, BBC Studios, HBO/BBC OneIAN WILKINSON, LEE WALPOLE, FRASER BARBER, STUART HILLIKER A Christmas Carol – FX Productions in association with the BBC, Minim UK Productions, Scott Free, and Hardy Son Baker/BBC OneSOUND TEAM Chernobyl – Sister Pictures, The Mighty Mint, Word Games/Sky AtlanticSOUND TEAM The Crown – Left Bank Pictures, Sony Pictures Television/NetflixSPECIAL, VISUAL GRAPHIC EFFECTSBEN TURNER, CHRIS REYNOLDS, ASA SHOUL The Crown – Left Bank Pictures, Sony Pictures Television/NetflixFRAMESTORE, PAINTING PRACTICE, REAL SFX, RUSSELL DODGSON His Dark Materials – Bad Wolf, BBC Studios/HBO/BBC OneLINDSAY MCFARLANE, CLAUDIUS CHRISTIAN RAUCH, JEAN-CLÉMENT SORET, DNEG Chernobyl – Sister Pictures, The Mighty Mint, Word Games/Sky AtlanticMILK VISUAL EFFECTS, GARETH SPENSLEY, REAL SFX Good Omens – Amazon Studios, BBC Studios, Narrativia, The Blank Corporation/Amazon Prime VideoTITLES GRAPHIC IDENTITYALEX MACLEAN The Durrells – Sid Gentle Films/ITVELASTIC Catherine the Great – New Pictures, Origin Pictures/Sky AtlanticELASTIC, PAINTING PRACTICE His Dark Materials – Bad Wolf, BBC Studios, HBO/BBC OneLIGHT CREATIVE Ghosts – Monumental Television, Them There/BBC OneWRITER: COMEDYDANNY BROCKLEHURST Brassic – Calamity Films/Sky 1JAMIE DEMETRIOU Stath Lets Flats – Roughcut TV/Channel 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If you have a suggestion for a movie or show you think we should do an episode on, let us know in the comments, or email us at rtiswrong@rottentomatoes.com.Meet the hostsJacqueline Coley is an editor at Rotten Tomatoes, with a focus on awards and indie coverage but with a passion for everything, from the MCU to musicals and period pieces. Coley is a regular moderator at conventions and other events, can be seen on Access Hollywood and other shows, and will not stand Constantine slander of any kind. Follow Jacqueline on Twitter: @THATjacqueline.Mark Ellis is a comedian and contributing editor for Rotten Tomatoes. He currently hosts the Rotten Tomatoes series Versus, among others, and can be seen co-hosting the sports entertainment phenomenon Movie Trivia Schmoedown. His favorite Star Wars movie is Jedi (guess which one!), his favorite person is actually a dog (his beloved stepdaughter Mollie), and – thanks to this podcast – he s about to watch Burlesque for the first time in his life. Follow Mark on Twitter: @markellislive.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
(Photo by © Apple)Kristian Fanene Schmidt for Rotten Tomatoes: So CODA is a remake of the French film La Famille Bélier, and my understanding is that one of the producers came to you to retell it for an American audience. Why do you think they came to you specifically?Sian Heder: It wasn t just to me, I was up against other filmmakers. I think they had the rights, it was originally a studio movie and they were looking to make a remake. So they were having filmmakers come in and pitch their vision for the movie. I grew up in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and I was as a kid going to Gloucester, Massachusetts every summer and was really familiar with that town and the fishing community on the North Shore and really wanted to set the story there and make the Rossis this Italian fishing clan. And so I went in with this vision for the film and sort of pitched my take on it. Also, the vision for using deaf actors in these roles, which is not something that the original movie had done, and the kind of level of authenticity that I wanted to capture about deaf culture and ASL scenes and all of that. I think they just got excited about the vision and I was lucky to have the producers I had.Rotten Tomatoes: I m a Pacific Islander and I ve been brought on as a consultant for different projects that are about my community, but they ve been initiated by outsiders. So as someone who s hearing and you re making a film that centers a deaf family, what are some of the things that you learned in telling a story about a community that you re an outsider to?Heder: I think there s a huge responsibility when you re going into telling a story that is not your own lived experience. And especially when it s about a community or characters that historically have been marginalized or underrepresented or even harmfully represented. I think so much of it for me was knowing that I was coming in as an outsider and knowing what I didn t know, and making sure that I had a team around me and a real creative team. You talk about being a consultant, and I think what I do see sometimes nowadays is people kind of bring in the token person from that community who s there to kind of put their stamp on it at the end and say, No, no, it s okay, what they did. And that was not going to be my process on this.From the moment that I was writing the script I wanted true collaborators who were working with me and on set with me every moment of every scene discussing these things and being in it and telling me when I screwed up and going, Hey, you know what? The living room furniture is in the wrong place. No deaf family is going to have their living room laid out like this because the couch would have to be facing the door. You have to involve collaborators.And I had collaborators in my actors, Marlee and Daniel and Troy, but also behind the camera with Alexandria Wailes and Anne Tomasetti, who were my directors of ASL and were there throughout the whole process and even into post and were not only my eyes on the ASL scene, but in terms of the representation of deaf culture and these nuances in this family to make sure that I was getting it right. The deaf community has this saying, like, nothing about us without us. I think it s really important that when these stories are told that there are real voices in the mix that know that lived experience.Rotten Tomatoes: Yeah, I hear that. Is there anything about the process that you would change? Were there any parts of it that you re like, Oh, you know what? We could have done this better. We could have, or would have liked to have seen this happen. Heder: I think there s obviously a learning curve with figuring out the best way to facilitate communication on set. I think when we started out we had an absurd amount of interpreters. We overcompensated and we had seven or eight interpreters that were all rushing around. And I was like, This is too many people, we don t need this many people. I think for me, it was about finding the interpreters that were really engaged, that understood the story, that understood those creative conversations and could be in the middle of discussions about character and performance and all of that. That was a process that probably, if I were to do it again and work in this way, I would know better going in this time what we actually need to put in place.And I would have liked to have been better at ASL. I was definitely signing with my actors but my level of communication was limited because I was new to the language. If I were to have been more fluent in ASL, I think it would have made the process easier because I was trying to present nuanced performance ideas, and oftentimes a little bit ridiculous. I was communicating those and Troy got to make fun of me a lot with my sign choices. But it was an amazing process. I actually wouldn t take any of it back. I think this was one of the most amazing shoots I ve worked on. And I think the crew and cast would say the same thing. I think we all came out of this feeling like we made this family and it was a really cool process.(Photo by © Apple)Rotten Tomatoes: It looked like they had a great time, from the fighting to just clowning each other. They looked like they were really living the experience.Heder: Oh yeah. I mean, we can talk about having a great time! We were all living in Gloucester, Massachusetts and it s a small town. And so everyone in the town is running into each other and Troy and Daniel were living together, and they were out at Pratty s every night, which was the local fisherman s bar, and getting into character, and learning the town. So I think a lot of the fun that the cast was having offscreen, I think, starts to infuse what s happening on screen. And so, there were moments where I think Troy just tried to make Emilia laugh in scenes, and I think you can feel that energy on camera. It was definitely a fun cast to spend time with.The other thing I will say about the authenticity of the casting is you re missing out on so many creative opportunities when you limit an actor in the way of not having these deaf actors in these roles. Marlee and Troy can sit there during the concert and improvise the entire time and have these signed conversations and really live in it the way a couple would live in it and it was so much fun. So yes, those were moments that we did get to play and enjoy Troy s sense of humor, which is often very far over the line.Rotten Tomatoes: Speaking of limiting opportunities, there was some conflict from financiers or potential financiers because you wanted to hire deaf actors. How did that all go down? How did you deal with it for the ones who weren t keen on casting them?Heder: Well, it started out as a studio movie and it didn t end up as a studio movie. I think there s just a way that some of these movies are financed traditionally where it s very star-driven and it s very much about which stars can you put in the movie that ll mean this and this for foreign sales. There s just a structure to the financing of these projects that is funneling everybody and pressurizing everybody to be like, Go get Brad Pitt and teach him to sign.” And “Why can t he play deaf?” Not that that was suggested, but the point being, I had a 17-year-old girl in the lead who was going to be a discovery pretty much for sure. Then I had three deaf roles and I wanted those played by deaf actors and Marlee Matlin is a famous deaf actor, but pretty much the only one.I think that it was a challenge for a conventional studio model to think about how to put together the financing structure on this movie. And I had gutsy producers who took it out of the studio and financed it independently and believed in me as a storyteller and believed in the cast that I d put together. It paid off for them. That was the best part of that Sundance deal: You re like, Well, good for you guys. That s what you get when you take a risk and you support a story like this. That was what Sundance meant to me. And that deal was just kind of shows that stories like this can be profitable and worth investing in.(Photo by © Apple)Rotten Tomatoes: I hear that! One thing that the movie made me think about was discrimination and employment. We recently had Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Equal Pay Day on July 29 and Black Women’s Equal Pay Day on August 3. And so it made me think about the wage gap for people with disabilities. When you see how there are so many barriers to employment and what was going on with the Rossi family, what are some of the real life issues that came up while you were filming, that you were able to incorporate into the film?Heder: I mean, it s definitely a thing. I had a friend of Marlee s, who s a lawyer and she s a deaf woman. She watched the movie and she was like, They needed to sue, civil rights were being violated, and it s true in the movie. But it happens all the time. It happens all the time, especially in smaller communities, especially when people don t know their rights and don t know how to fight for accessibility and against discrimination. So I think there is a big wage gap. I think deaf employment rates compared to not, are much lower and it s harder for deaf people to find work. And yet, there are deaf people in all kinds of professions. There are deaf lawyers, there are deaf doctors. You know, I just was reading about a deaf engineer at NASA.So I think there are ways, but it requires accessibility and it requires the community at large to kind of put things in place, access at hospitals, putting interpreters in place. And one of the things I think the movie deals with is, the Rossis would not have to rely on Ruby to interpret for them if there was access. If there were an interpreter at these community fishing meetings, if there was an interpreter at the local health clinic, she wouldn t have to go. So I think a lot of it is commentary on their financial means. I think they re a working-class family and interpreters are expensive. Paying for an interpreter or paying for that access.(Photo by © Apple)Then I think also the relationship between the deaf community and law enforcement is problematic; I think just with the disability community in general. And that was something that I really felt like was illustrated in the movie, with the coast guard boarding scene, where a lot of times those situations are full of tension. And as we have learned, cops are often coming in adrenalized, and when they encounter a deaf person or don t know that that person is deaf, I think that miscommunication in the moment, can rapidly escalate into something that is really not good. And I ve definitely heard stories from deaf friends about being pulled over when driving, and reaching for the glove compartment to get a card that says, I m deaf, and suddenly that action is really threatening to the cops. So I think all of it is requiring a training and awareness.I didn t set out to deal with any of these issues in the movie kind of in an issue way, but I think just showing these moments on screen . Troy and Daniel had a run in with the cops really early on in Gloucester, where they went into their Airbnb rental and there was an alarm system, and they didn t know that they d set the alarm system off. And they re just chilling, eating pizza in the middle of the living room. And the cops show up and banging on the door, and then they didn t hear the cops and the cops kind of busted into this house, because the neighbors were saying this alarm was going off. And luckily in that instance, the cops were cool and realized quickly what was happening, and they all ate pizza together. But that could go really wrong.Rotten Tomatoes: I hear all that and we haven’t even gone into the intersections of race and disability and dealing with police! But sadly we’ve run out of time. Gosh, so much to talk about, I wanted to ask if you were a Marvin Gaye fan too, but Heder: I am a Marvin Gaye fan, and I wrote that song into the script and I never thought we would get it, because it was an indie movie and music is expensive. And I was so grateful that my music supervisor was able to get me that song, because I m totally a Marvin Gaye fan, which is why there s two of his songs in the movie. But yes, absolutely.CODA is available on Apple TV+ from Friday August 13, 2021. On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
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a novels). Something changed, however, when Taika Waititi (Thor: Raganrok, 93% Certified Fresh) signed on with Warner Bros. and producer Leonardo DiCaprio for Akira instead. The bad news, however, is that Waititi s fans are still going to have to wait almost two years for Akira, because the film is now scheduled for release on May 21, 2021. Waititi s film will reportedly be adapted directly from Katsuhiro Otomo s Akira manga volumes, and will not be a shot-by-shot remake of the anime. In related news, both Waititi and Netflix dropped out this week of the Bubbles biopic about the life of Michael Jackson s pet chimpanzee.4. The First Stars Movie Based On a Video Game is In Development(Photo by Melinda Sue Gordon/©Paramount Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection)Ever since we first heard that Game of Thrones showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss were developing a trilogy of Star Wars movies, there has been speculation that their films would be set in the Old Republic setting, some 3,600 years before Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. This week brought an unexpected wrinkle to that theory with the news that a movie based on the popular video game franchise Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic is now in active development (separate from Benioff/Weiss). Instead, the KOTOR movie is being adapted by screenwriter Laeta Kalogridis, whose produced filmography includes Alita: Battle Angel, Martin Scorsese s Shutter Island, and the Netflix science-fiction series Altered Carbon. As with the two other Star Wars projects that Benioff/Weiss and Rian Johnson (Star Wars: The Last Jedi) are working on separately, the Knights of the Old Republic movie is described as being the first of a potential trilogy. Kalogridis also now has the distinction of being the first female screenwriter to work on a Star Wars movie since Leigh Brackett cowrote The Empire Strikes Back in 1980. In related news, we learned more this week about Keri Russell s character in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, as well as more about the Knights of Ren.5. Chip N Dale Live-Action Film, Courtesy of the Lonely Island(Photo by @ Buena Vista Television)With Disney now done with Dumbo and Aladdin, The Lion King coming this summer, and Mulan and Cruella coming in 2020, it’s starting to look like they’ll run out of classic animated movies to adapt as live-action films by the middle of the coming decade. Disney, however, might be way ahead of us, as this week brought news that suggests their next steps could involve adapting some of their popular animated TV series as well. Walt Disney Pictures has begun development of a live-action/CGI hybrid adaptation of the studio s popular Chip n Dale: Rescue Rangers TV series. The original series ran for a relatively brief amount of time on The Disney Channel (1989 to 1990), but it then entered syndication, where it arguably left a bigger impact and found a larger audience. Akiva Schaffer, of the musical comedy team Lonely Island (along with Andy Samberg), will direct the Chip n Dale: Rescue Rangers movie, which will reportedly have a meta angle that s not an origin story. It s not yet known if Chip n Dale: Rescue Rangers will debut on the Disney+ streaming service or whether it will receive a full theatrical release.6. Michael Peña Might Get to Recap What Happens in The Tom Jerry MovieJoel MearesAfter he provided some of the funniest scenes in the two Ant-Man movies, many fans were disappointed to find that Michael Peña’s Luis wasn t one of the supporting characters who returned for Avengers: Endgame (maybe he was hanging out with Darcy and Goose). That was especially disappointing given that we still haven t heard of active development for a third Ant-Man movie yet either. Whatever s causing Marvel Studios to drag its feet on that might be to Warner Bros. s advantage, because that studio has cast Michael Peña as one of the human leads in their upcoming Tom Jerry movie (April 16, 2021). Chloë Grace Moretz will be the lead character, as a new employee at an elegant hotel where Peña s character is the deputy general manager, and an alley cat named Tom is enlisted to take care of a pesky mouse named Jerry. Tom and Jerry will be mute, as they were in most of their classic cartoon short films.7. Slow Your Roll, Sonic the Hedgehog: Redesign Needs a Few More MonthsJoel MearesIn a rare example of people complaining about a movie online actually having an immediate impact, earlier this month, The Weekly Ketchup reported that Sonic the Hedgehog was getting a CGI redesign for his upcoming movie following negative reactions to the first trailer. People quickly speculated that such a rework would probably require more time, and that proved to be a correct guess as this week Paramount Pictures pushed the release back from November 8, 2019 to Valentine s Day, 2020 (up against the third Kingsman movie). Jim Carrey is expected to look pretty much exactly the same as Doctor Robotnik.Rotten Ideas2. This Week in Remakes Pt. 1: Eddie Murphy, Samuel L. Jackson May Be Grumpy Old Men(Photo by @ Summit Entertainment, @ DreamWorks)Although Samuel L. Jackson did have small roles in both Coming to America and the comedy concert film Eddie Murphy: Raw, he s never costarred with Eddie Murphy in the last 25 years or so, the era in which Samuel L. Jackson is a mega star. If this week s news goes anywhere, that may change in the next few years, as both actors are now being named as the possible leads in the same film. That movie would be a remake of 1993 s Grumpy Old Men (63% Fresh), starring Jack Lemmon (then 68) and Walter Matthau (then 73). Eddie Murphy (currently 58) is already attached to star in this remake, and Samuel L. Jackson (currently 70) is reportedly circling the project. Unfortunately, the Grumpy Old Men remake currently looks like a Rotten Idea due to the multitude of Rotten Tomatometer scores for the remake s director, Tim Story. But it could be time for a turnaround.1. This Week in Remakes Pt. 2: Mel Gibson s The Wild Bunch(Photo by Patrick Redmond / © Vertical Entertainment )There s a common notion that the best candidates for remakes are films that were flawed in the first place. The idea is that revisiting movies that could genuinely be improved makes more sense than revisiting something that is generally considered to have been done right the first time. For example, 1939 s The Wizard of Oz is itself a remake (and not even the first one), following silent films that lacked the music that made it a classic. So, when a movie like 1969 s The Wild Bunch has a 94% Certified Fresh Tomatometer score and a spot on various Best Movies of All Time lists, you d think no one would ever consider remaking it. Those people would not be Mel Gibson. Warner Bros. is preparing exactly such a remake to be directed by Gibson, and negotiations have begun with three major stars. The potential stars for The Wild Bunch remake include Michael Fassbender (Prometheus, X-Men: First Class), Jamie Foxx (Django Unchained), and fresh off HBO s Game of Thrones, Peter Dinklage.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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亚博网页手机登录 The coffee cup that stole Game of Thrones spotlight on Sunday night might have dominated the conversation on Twitter, but it looks like most of the first critics to review The Last of the Starks either missed the cup s cameo or were too enthralled with that dramatic dinner scene to care.In a statement released later, the network said: “In response to inquiries from those who saw a craft services coffee cup in Sunday night’s episode of Game of Thrones, HBO states, The latte that appeared in the episode was a mistake. Daenerys had ordered an herbal tea. ”News from Winterfell.The latte that appeared in the episode was a mistake. #Daenerys had ordered an herbal tea. pic.twitter.com/ypowxGgQRl Game of Thrones (@GameOfThrones) May 6, 2019(Photo by HBO)Update: By Tuesday, the cup was scrubbed from the scene in the streaming version.Despite the cup s explosion on the Twitter-verse, with the controversy trending under Starbucks cup (though HBO indicates the cup was a craft services item), critics weren t distracted by the contemporary set piece in last night s episode. Instead, some critics were captivated for positive reasons, but many others — not so much.The eighth and final season of Game of Thrones 89% is not faring as well as its predecessors. Granted, the season just passed its halfway mark, but it s still scoring about 10% lower than any season before. After Sunday s The Last of the Starks, season 8 is hanging in the 80th percentile — every other season is at 91% or higher on the Tomatometer. Still, season 8 is well on its way to being Certified Fresh. (The final two episodes would have to have dancing Starbucks cups to fully derail the season.)Last week, The Long Night drew criticism for its darkness, the lack of consequential deaths, and that the battle literally lasted only one night. At 74%, it became the second-lowest ranking Game of Thrones episode ever. But now, it appears that title will be taken by episode 4 — and that now-infamous Starbucks cup.(Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images for AFI; HBO)This week s The Last of the Starks is even lower on the Tomatometer, currently at 63% with 63 reviews so far (updated at 2:45 p.m. PT on May 6). And that s despite a cameo by the series showrunners D.B. Weiss and David Benioff (pictured above at a 2018 event and in costume in the episode) in the feasting scene. The only episode ranked lower than these two most recent installments is season 6 s Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken and it s Rotten.Read on to find out what critics had to say about season 8 Episode 4: "The Last of the Starks" 58%.First Impressions (Photo by Helen Sloan/HBO)Odd oversight of letting in a Starbucks cup cameo — Dominic Patten, DeadlineWell, at least no one will complain about the darkness in this latest Game of Thrones episode. — Verne Gay, NewsdayLast week was an emotional rollercoaster and tonight took us off the track! — Jamie Broadnax, Black Girl NerdsMaybe we don t have a hero on this show anymore, at least not in the game for the Iron Throne. — Dave Gonzales, ThrillistRead more: Sex, Death and Relationship Drama Feature in Game of Thrones The Last of the Starks Top Moments A Little Out of Character?(Photo by Helen Sloan/HBO)Not every character- or plot-based story decision feels earned, but at least the rapid momentum toward the series’ end has kept the eyes of Game of Thrones somewhat on the present, however volatile and fatal it may be. — Steve Greene, indieWireCharacter-driven errors were committed and the war for the Iron Throne ignited in a highly emotional and often devastating episode — have there ever been so many tears and kisses and hugs on this show? — James Hibberd, Entertainment WeeklyThe Jon/Dany conflict cuts to the heart of Game of Thrones‘ biggest problems in its final few seasons – in its zeal to set up these foregone conclusions, they’ve had to roll back significant character development to do so. — Clint Worthington, The SpoolCritics Predict It ll All Come Down to Dany, Cersei, and Sansa(Photo by Helen Sloan/HBO)We’re only a week past the deadly Battle of Winterfell, and Daenerys has already reached the sixth stage of grief: world domination. — Kimberly Roots, TV LineThis is an interesting episode because Daenerys is so bad in so many ways throughout, and yet she s also clearly not as vile as Cersei. — Erik Kain, ForbesHolding within herself the power for acts of desperation, grasping need, human connection, and inhuman cruelty, Cersei represents the show at its most painfully complicated. She’s back in full force for the show’s last two episodes — just in time. — Daniel D Addario, VarietyIt’s obvious now from the conversation among the characters and the closeups of Clarke, Sophie Turner, who plays Sansa Stark, and Lena Headey, who plays Cersei Lannister, that the battle for the Iron Throne will come down to these three women. — Robert Rorke, New York PostWho Do Critics Want to See Win the Iron Throne?(Photo by Helen Sloan/HBO)For the first time, I know who I’d like to see on the Iron Throne at the end: Sansa. I think she’d be a great Queen. I want to see Tyrion at one of her sides and Arya at the other. Maybe it’s time to place my bets? — Leona Laurie, Geek Girl AuthorityI’m afraid Jon Snow — sorry, Aegon Targaryen — is going to somehow stumble his way onto the Iron Throne. Yes, I do mean accidentally bumbling his way onto it, like he bumbles absolutely everything else, and everyone will just yell, “King in the south!” If that happens, I’m going to riot. — Tasha Robinson, The VergeRead more: All Game of Thrones Episodes, Ranked by TomatometerFinal Verdict? Complaints Outnumber Raves(Photo by Helen Sloan/HBO)As has been the pattern for two seasons now, the episode was filled with lapses in logic that were too irritating to ignore, plus a plague of idiocy on the part of most of its supposed heroes. — Kelly Lawler, USA TodayIt was a bad week for the Dragon Queen, the latest in a fairly regular string of tragedy and indignity that began roughly when she started hanging out with Jon and doesn’t suggest much in the way of a happy ending. — Jeremy Egner, New York TimesAs impressive as last week s spectacle was, none of it felt as engaging as this week s smaller moments of politicking and intrigue of Tyrion and Varys contemplating treason. — Stephen Kelly, BBC.comI suspect that when we all look back on the final season of “Game of Thrones” with the benefit of some hindsight (and when some of us are not in the position of speed-writing recaps late on a Sunday night), the pacing of these final six episodes is going to seem at least a little off But in the moment, I was delighted to see all of these characters loose and wonderfully, vitally alive. — Alyssa Rosenberg, Washington PostGame of Thrones airs Sundays at 9 p.m. on HBO.

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2022-01-24

Watch: Jon Favreau and will Farrell on the making of Elf above.In 2019, Rotten Tomatoes will turn 21, and to mark the occasion we’re celebrating the 21 Most Memorable Moments from the movies over the last 21 years. In a special video series launching next year, we will speak to the actors and filmmakers who made those moments happen, revealing behind-the-scenes details of how they came to be and diving deep into why they’ve stuck with us for so long. Once we’ve announced all 21, it will be up to you, the fans, to vote for which is the most memorable moment of all. As a special preview of the series, we’re dropping our first ‘21 Most Memorable Moments’ video right now: Will Ferrell and Jon Favreau take us behind the scenes of Elf.VOTE FOR THIS MOMENT IN OUR 21 MOST MEMORABLE MOVIE MOMENTS POLLThe Movie: Elf (2003) 85%Fifteen years after its release, Elf is a bona fide Christmas classic – arguably the only Christmas movie released in the last 20 years to truly deserve that title. Don’t believe us? Turn on your TV this month. Or take a look at a T-shirt rack this week and marvel at the number Elf-inspired memes plastering the seasonal tees.A Christmas classic is exactly what director Jon Favreau, who initially came on board the project for rewrites, wanted to make. Inspired by Rankin Bass Christmas specials, as well as the joy and energy emanating from his fresh out-of-SNL star, Favreau hit the streets of New York City – less than two years after 9/11 – to craft a long-lasting piece of seasonal joy from the simple tale of an Elf named Buddy and his journey to the big smoke to find his dad.“My pitch was to make it feel like Buddy was a human that grew up in a ’60s Christmas special.”Jon Favreau: “I was actually hired on to do rewrites. There was an original script that was quite different in tone. It was a much harder comedy. My pitch when I was hired to write was to make it feel like Buddy was a human that grew up in a 60s Christmas special. And I brought it down from a harder PG-13 to a PG film. The innocence was something that I really wanted to lean into as I worked on it. He was always an innocent character, but he was a bit more of a foil to the action and to the comedy. I tried to strike a balance that was a bit sweeter.”(Photo by © New Line)“There s this impression where, when you leave a show like SNL, you just have all these things lined up – and I really didn t.”Will Ferrell: “I [had] left Saturday Night Live. I think there s always this impression where, when you leave a show like that, you just have all these things lined up – and I really didn t. I had Old School, that was finished, but they were holding onto it. They weren t releasing it quite yet, which is usually not a good sign. And then I had this script about a guy playing an elf…a human being raised by elves. And that was really all that was percolating. [But] this idea that a human is raised by elves at the North Pole, it just felt like something you d never seen before. A classic fish-out-of-water story.”“We shot a lot of that stuff independent-film–style with a van and a camera.”Favreau: “Instead of hiring a lot of extras, we shot a lot of that stuff [Buddy on the streets of New York] independent-film–style with a van and a camera. Went out there and then we got people to sign releases. Of course, Will has really good comedic concentration so he was able to stay in character the whole time, and we used what worked. He s really the key to the whole thing. He s got such a wonderful energy and presence, and just him wearing that outfit was so inherently funny anyway because of his size. (Photo by © New Line)“I was running around the streets of New York in yellow tights thinking to myself, Boy, I do hope this works.”Ferrell: “I was kind of known at Saturday Night Live for – yes, for sketches like the [Spartan] Cheerleaders and things like that – but also for a lot of really edgy stuff. For every grandmother that came up to me and said, I love this, I had the rowdy frat guy who was citing something he liked from the show. So here I was running around the streets of New York in yellow tights thinking to myself, Boy, I do hope this works, for a number of reasons. But this could easily be my last movie.”The Moment: “Santa, here? I know him!”Picking one moment from Elf was nearly impossible. Would you go with the scene in which Buddy tells the Gimbel’s mall Santa, “You sit on a throne of lies”? (We almost did.) Perhaps his syrup-and-spaghetti feast? (The look on James Caan’s face: Priceless.) We landed on the moment when Buddy hears that Santa will be arriving at Gimbel’s and just about explodes with excitement. Perhaps no other moment in the film better captures Buddy’s infectious joy and innocence.“We originally hoped to shoot in Macy’s…the one stipulation was that we could not say that there was a fake Santa in Macy’s.”Favreau: “We d originally hoped to shoot in Macy s. And Macy s was actually really open to the idea of us shooting there, and even saying that maybe we could participate in the parade. However, the one stipulation was that we could not say that there was a fake Santa in Macy s. So that s part of their brand and people go to their Santaland every year, and they didn t wanna blow it for young kids. Which I get. So, we kept thinking about, what could it be? [When] I grew up there was always Macy s and Gimbel’s. Of course, Gimbel’s is featured in Miracle on 34th Street, so it s a bit of an Easter egg for Christmas movie fans.”(Photo by © New Line)“I know that the first couple takes really took people by surprise, that I would go that big with it.” Favreau: “I remember the scene in Gimbel’s where Faizon Love makes the announcement that Santa is coming, and he just screams, ‘Santa!’. [Will] just loves to commit. He really knows where the laugh is in the scene. And then the reaction of [Faizon] being the manager, looking, thinking his employee is screaming in his face, is probably one of my favorite moments of the movie. Ferrell: “That kind of exclamation of ‘Santa! and screaming it, that was just my articulation of Buddy literally taking that piece of news [that Santa is coming] at face value and [thinking] what would be his literal reaction. A man without a country in this strange land finally getting to see someone he knows really well – it would just be the most jubilant reaction ever. I know that the first couple takes really took people by surprise, that I would go that big with it. And all of that, Santa, I know him, all of that playing around we did, that was all improvised there.”(Photo by © New Line)“My biggest job on that film was to sort through all the various takes.”Favreau: “Will just did lots of different choices for lots of different moments. My biggest job on that film, along with the editor Dan Lebental, was to just sort through all the various takes. We didn t have a lot of time, it wasn t a big-budget movie. But there was always room to play and to have fun and try different alts. And then [we had to] string all of the great different performances or improvisations together into a cohesive performance that served the story, while still taking full advantage of all the laughs that he was able to find.”Ferrell: “It s funny. James Caan, we were at the premiere, and I took this as a great compliment he was like, ‘Great job. I thought you were too over the top the whole time.’”The Impact: A Seasonal FavoriteGo online and you can buy Elf snow globes. And Elf jack-in-the-boxes. And Elf costumes, of course. And many, many Elf storybooks. Meanwhile, Elf: The Musical, which opened on Broadway in 2010 in a testament to just how popular the film had become, is still touring the country. Elf, it’s fair to say, has become a pretty big deal since it premiered in 2003. But you don’t need merchandise and musicals to tell you that – just ask a friend. Or go up to Will Ferrell or Jon Favreau on the street and ask them how frequently people go up to them on the street to talk about the movie? You probably won’t be the first to do so that day. The duo set out to create a seasonal hit with legs, and they hit their mark.“I can’t let everyone see me cry here at my own movie.”Ferrell: “[At the L.A. premiere] I knew it was working at that moment where Buddy is in the back of the sleigh and everyone s singing in Central Park and there s enough Christmas spirit to get it lifted off, and he s waving goodbye. I m like, Oh, I can t let everyone see me cry here at my own movie. I was like, Oh gosh, this is working on a level that I didn t anticipate, and that was pretty cool. I remember getting a call from Nora Ephron, because we were just starting the sit down to get to do Bewitched. And during that opening weekend, she was like, ‘You really should enjoy this because this doesn t happen a lot, where you have a movie that everyone is talking about.’ And she s like, I hope you enjoy it. Just really. So I remember her words, I was like, OK, yeah. You re right. This is crazy.' (Photo by © New Line)“It wasn t too long after 9/11, it was filmed in New York, I think it brought some nice energy to us at a challenging time.”Favreau: “When it came out what we really wanted a movie like that. It wasn t too long after 9/11, it was filmed in New York, I think it brought some nice energy to us at a time when – if you think back that far – it was a really challenging time and it was nice to bring a nice breath of innocence to the world and especially to the city at that time. I m really proud of it. If it s ever in a theater or playing on television, I love to check in on it. And I can tell through social media that it s something that people have made a tradition of. I ll see pictures online of people saying, ‘Hey I m introducing my son or my daughter to this movie for the first time.’ And they ll post a picture of Elf on television and there s a little three-year-old sitting there looking up at the screen. And that really makes me happy and it s the best part of the job.”Elf was released on November 7, 2003. Buy or rent it at FandangNOW.

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