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亚博老虎机游戏平台采用百度引擎7(Baidu 0)Better get your scares in while you can, because three Fresh and Certified Fresh horror movies are leaving Netflix at the end of October 2020. Tim Burton s collaboration with (who else?) Johnny Depp scored a Fresh 69% after its 1999 release, while Best Picture-winning The Silence of the Lambs and unique zombie-take The Girl With All the Gifts are Certified Fresh; all three will be gone after Halloween.In general, a larger-than-usual chunk of Netflix s Certified Fresh movies are leaving at the end of the month, including modern sci-fi classic District 9, Steven Soderbergh s Magic Mike, epic 80s fantasia The Neverending Story, and the classic Tom Hanks-Meg Ryan romcom Sleepless in Seattle.Other popular movies soon to leave Netflix, and which didn t score particularly high with critics, include the first three Underworld movies, Mel Brooks spoof Spaceballs, Jim Carrey s career-starter Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, and Jack Black s Nacho Libre.Read on for the full list of movies leaving Netflix at the end of October 2020, and then take a look and get ready for everything coming to Netflix in November.Leaving 10/31

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Join us weekly as Rotten Tomatoes reports on what s opening, expanding, and coming to the specialty box office. From promising releases from new voices to experimental efforts from storied filmmakers – or perhaps the next indie darling to go the distance for end-of-year accolades – we will break it all down for you here each week in Fresh Indie Finds. This week at the specialty box office, we have an exciting new feature from the director of It Comes At Night, a couple of insightful documentaries, and a gripping political procedural from the man who penned The Informant!. In our spotlight section, Shia LaBeouf is back after his screenwriting debut earned a glowing reception, and in our indie trailer section, we have a new clip from filmmaker Jennifer Reeder.Opening This Weekend 《英雄联盟手游》国服终于迎来了第一次先锋测试,同时也曝光了国服LOL手游的众多内容,可以看出国服手游与国际服还是有着非常大的差别,相比国际服来说,LOL国服增加了许多便捷性的功能,能够大大提升玩家的游戏体验。

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(Photo by © 2020 Lucasfilm Ltd. ™. All Rights Reserved.)This week, The Mandalorian gave fans of the old Star Wars Expanded Universe the same sort of buzz it gave Ahsoka Tano fans last week: the thrill of recognition. From using video game ideas to restoring the cool of a fan-favorite character, the episode gave the Star Wars galaxy back a lot of the texture it accrued in the 1990s, but lost when Disney bought the brand.Also, actor Temeura Morrison, writer Jon Favreau, and director Robert Rodriguez reminded us why Star Wars’ original wearer of Mandalorian armor exuded so much swagger. Now that Boba Fett is once again part of the story, let s dig into The Tragedy and speculate on what these EU callback may mean for the galaxy.The following contains spoilers about The Mandalorian, season 2, episode 6, “Chapter 14: The Tragedy.” Stop here if you have not watched the episode.A Jedi Encounter Set Their Path(Photo by © 2020 Lucasfilm Ltd. ™. All Rights Reserved.)Acting on a tip from Bo-Katan Kryze (Katee Sackhoff), Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal) traveled to Corvus, where he and his child ward met Ahsoka Tano (Rosario Dawson, pictured), a Force-user trained in the Jedi arts. Although she could not train the child — whose name, she informed the Mandalorian, is Grogu — she sent the pair to Tython, where the ruins of an ancient Jedi temple may allow Grogu to contact a Jedi capable of training him. With their business complete, Djarin and Grogu left Ahsoka to continue her search for Imperial Grand Admiral Thrawn.A Tragedy Occurs at the Jedi Temple(Photo by © 2020 Lucasfilm Ltd. ™. All Rights Reserved.)Arriving on Tython and reaching the temple ruins with remarkable haste, Djarin places Grogu on a central stone orb. At first, the child seems incapable of doing anything Jedi-like, but after the Mandalorian sees Slave I entering atmosphere, he notices Grogu has established contact with the temple and raised some sort of signal beam/ray shield. Unable to collect Grogu from it, he prepares for another fight.Descending into the nearby valley, he soon meets his apparent opponents: Boba Fett (Morrison) and Fennec Shand (Ming-Na Wen). Fennec reveals Fett saved her from death while Fett reveals well, not much about how he survived on the sands of Tatooine. The bounty hunter s greatest concern is the return of his armor and offers to protect Grogu in exchange. Djarin, still adhering to the Way of the Mandalore, believes Fett has lost his right to the armor as he has been unmasked.The point is academic, though, as Imperial Remnant troop carriers break atmosphere. Djarin, who took off his jetback during the exchange, runs back to the temple ruin to collect Grogu while Fennec and Fett get ready to fight the Imps.Despite their numbers, the Remnant stormtroopers are overwhelmed by Fennec s ease with a rifle and Fett s impressive skill with a Tusken gaffi stick. Djarin, meanwhile, finds he cannot push through the ray shield to get Grogru. Soon, he joins the fight while Fett sees an opportunity to collect his armor from the Razor Crest.And its a good thing he does as Djarin and Fennec are soon cornered by Imps, but Fett flies over head and uses nearly all of the tricks in his armor to inspire fear in the Imperial ranks. He also uses the rocket on his jetpack to destroy the troop carriers as they retreat.(Photo by © 2020 Lucasfilm Ltd. ™. All Rights Reserved.)Moff Gideon (Giancarlo Esposito), observing the scene from his light cruiser in the upper atmosphere, sends down a turbolaser bolt to destroy the Razor Crest and a squad of Dark Troopers to collect the child. The maneuver is successful and Gideon, finally, has possession of Grogu and his Midi-chlorian-rich blood.Fett proves he is the rightful owner of the armor and a man of his word. Since he failed to protect the child, he offers his services in retrieving Grogu from the Empire. Fennec does likewise and the trio make their way to Nevarro where New Republic Marshal Cara Dune (Gina Carano) tells Djarn where he can find former Imperial sharpshooter Mayfeld (Bill Burr); a key part of the Mandalorian s rescue plan. Also, because the child has been abducted, it appears she will aid Djarin in springing Mayfeld from prison.Ghosts of the Expanded Universe(Photo by BioWare)From Tython to Fett to the Dark Troopers, this week s episode proved just how deep into Star Wars lore Favreau and his collaborators are willing to delve for story and action.Tython is the starting planet for Jedi Knights and Jedi Consulars in the Star Wars: The Old Republic MMO. Set thousands of years before the events of Chapter 14, it is still an active hub of the Jedi Order and — at least in that game — the group s ancestral homeworld. This conflicts with the Sequel Trilogy, which states the ocean world of Ahch-To is the original home of the Jedi, but there s room for inconsistency when characters are talking about events in antiquity. Clearly, both worlds felt the presence of the Jedi early in the Order s history.Also, the Tython seen here is a much sparser world than the one in the game, suggesting Favreau reserves the right to alter EU concepts to better fit his story.Nevertheless, the callbacks continue with the look of the temple ruin, which more than resembles the Trayus Core on Malachor V; the sanctum Darth Traya escapes to in the latter parts of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II — The Sith Lords. In that Sith shrine, she is able to tell the player s character, a Jedi in exile named Meetra Surik, about the far future. She even alludes to Boba Fett in her prognostications.(Photo by 20th Century Fox/Lucasfilm)Fett himself, of course, was revived in the Expanded Universe. Despite his apparent death in Return of the Jedi, writer Tom Veitch and artist Cam Kennedy were quick to bring him back in Star Wars: Dark Empire. The comic book series would lead to plenty of post-Return adventures for the famous bounty hunter. But it is important to remember the EU was cursed with various levels of continuity and in the most important tier, the so-called G-Canon (for George Lucas), Fett was still being digested in the innards of the Sarlacc.It was important, therefore, for Favreau to declare on no uncertain terms that this is, indeed, Boba Fett standing before Din Djarin. In doing so, he restored a lot of the coolness the character lost over the years. Since his major scenes in the Original Trilogy see him failing against an partially trained Jedi and a mostly blind Han Solo, he began to look dopey when compared to Mandos like Kryze and Djarin. But now that we ve seen him be a capable fighter with nothing but a Gaffi stick, we re more than glad to see he survived the Pit of Carkoon.Maybe we ll even learn how he did it someday The Dark Troopers, meanwhile, bring elements of the first Star Wars first-person shooter into canon. Star Wars: Dark Forces was a revelation for fans upon its release in 1996 thanks to its Doom-like format and its nods to the larger Star Wars story. In it, mercenary (and future Jedi) Kyle Katarn stumbles into an Imperial plot to create a new battledroids and powered armor for an elite squad of troopers. Sadly, Dark Forces and its sequels — collectively known as the Jedi Knight series — were dumped from any sort of canonicity when Disney declared the EU a collection of legends. The ships Katarn used, the Moldy Crow and the Raven s Claw, remained part of the universe thanks to some tabletop games, but Kyle was lost.The presence of the Dark Troopers several years after the events of Dark Forces suggests Gideon s resources are far more vast than we ve been led to believe. They also make the Dark Trooper project an undisputed part of Star Wars history.All of which adds to the excitement of the episode, particularly for those whose interest in Star Wars was kept alive in the early-to-mid 1990s thanks to the first games and stories emerging from the EU.Expanded Questions(Photo by 20th Century Fox/Lucasfilm)Of course, all of these EU elements returning leads to a number of questions about Star Wars history, the shape of things in the New Republic era, and other characters Djarin could meet.Is Kyle Katarn Back in the Picture? The appearance of the Dark Troopers leaves us wondering how much of Dark Forces is canon. Is there room again for Kyle Katarn? Favreau willingness to use EU ideas suggests he may appear — even if his part in recovering the Death Star plans has been erased from history. If so, he may be a capable teacher for Grogu. Then again, Star Wars: Jedi Knight — Dark Forces II gave players the option to make Kyle switch to the Dark Side. If he is back, his nature could be dubious.How Strong Is the New Republic s Hold on the Galaxy? Considering the Remant s freedom to invade an Inner Core world like Tython, the New Republic s grasp on the galaxy sure feels tenuous. This is largely in line with stories set around the same time in the EU, but it might be something worth exploring on the show; of course, the ambiguous political situation makes The Mandalorian’s ties to Lone Wolf and Cub that much stronger; that series is set in a time when regional daimyos exerted more control over feudal Japan. Nevertheless, Gideon s apparent might will requires a Republic response at some point.How Organized Is the Imperial Remnant? Boba Fett s declaration that The Empire is back suggests Gideon may have marshaled more military strength than we previously believed. Is it just a matter of Gideon knowing where Sheev Palpatine kept all of the secret projects? Or, by way of attrition, has Gideon become the heir to the Empire. If that s the case, is Thrawn on his side or is there still room for conflict within the Imps?Who Did Grogu Contact? Since the child ended the signal beam of his own accord — or because he was fatigued — did he contact a Jedi? And if so, who? The list of possible teachers is pretty slim. There is Luke Skywalker, of course, Kyle Katarn (if he s back), Ezra Bridger (if he s been rescued), and, perhaps, Jedi Master Yaddle (pictured above). This last option is the most intriguing. While she was killed in an Expanded Universe story, her continued existence is possible in the current history. Retiring from the Jedi Council (and any sort of public life) a number of years before the Clone Wars, she may have survived the Jedi Purge. Also, she is from the same species as Grogu. From a narrative standpoint, she would seem the most worthy to train him, at least in Djarin s mind, and the most convincing reason for Grogu and Djarin to part ways. Although, considering the playful scene at the beginning of Chapter 14, we seriously doubt the pair will ever split up.Well, once Djarin and his new band of outsiders rescue Grogu from the Imperial Remnant.Where Is Mara Jade? One last EU thought: the fan-favorite character from the Star Wars EU novels could emerge from the shadows thanks to all of these nods to the old continuity. She could easily be retconned as a Sith Inquisitor and serve as a mighty ally (or foe) for our heroes.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.亚博老虎机游戏平台This Week s Ketchup brings you another ten headlines from the world of film development news (those stories about what movies Hollywood is working on for you next), covering such titles as Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3, Wonka, and Spider-Man: No Way Home.This WEEK S TOP STORYWILL POULTER CAST AS LONG-TEASED WARLOCK IN GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOL 3(Photo by Eli Winston/Everett Collection)One of the key facets that builds Marvel Cinematic Universe hype is the their use of post-credits teases about future movies, which dates all the way back to the first Iron Man, which introduced the idea of Marvel s The Avengers, four years before that movie came out. The teaser after 2013 s Thor: The Dark World was ostensibly about Guardians of the Galaxy a year later, but comics-savvy fans also noticed that the Collector had the egg that contained cosmic hero Adam Warlock. At the time, Warlock seemed to be teased because of his direct connections to Infinity War (he s arguably the lead hero in the original comic story), but then Avengers: Infinity War came and went with no Warlock. Adam Warlock was teased again at the end of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2, and now we know that Warlock will finally be introduced fully in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3, ten years after that first tease in Thor: The Dark World. Warlock will be played by Will Poulter in his highest profile role to date after parts in movies like Midsommar, The Revenant, and We re the Millers. Filming of Vol 3 is scheduled to start in November.Other Top Headlines1. TIMOTHÉE CHALAMET S WONKA COSTUME (AND SINGING VOICE) REVEALED(Photo by Jason Mendez/Everett Collection)Timothée Chalamet is now in London filming Wonka, the prequel to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and all within one week, we got three different revelations about the film. The first reveal came from Chalamet himself, who posted an image of his Wonka costume on his Instagram account, which seems more inspired by Gene Wilder s costume than the more bonkers outfits wore by Johnny Depp. Chalamet also revealed in an interview this week that he is recording new songs for Wonka at London s famous Abbey Road studio. What Chalamet may not known would happen is that some inquisitive fans somehow got video footage of a Wonka musical number being filmed and posted it on Twitter for everyone to get a (very) early listen.2. TOM HOLLAND CONFIRMS SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME IS A FINALE(Photo by Marvel/courtesy Everett Collection)In an interview with EW, Tom Holland revealed that Spider-Man: No Way Home was treated like the end of a franchise, and the end of a trilogy (that started with Spider-Man: Homecoming and Spider-Man: Far from Home). Holland said, I think if we were lucky enough to dive into these characters again, you d be seeing a very different version. With Marvel apparently delving into alternate realities with Loki, What If ? and next year s Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, plus what we see in the Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer, Tom Holland seems to be saying his Spider-Man might end up who knows where.3. THIS WEEK IN NEW TITLES: ASTEROID CITY AND KNOCK AT THE CABIN(Photo by Jason Smith/Everett Collection)Hollywood directors have long frequently kept their new movies untitled during production, sometimes to keep the premise secret, and sometimes because they legitimately hadn t decided on a title yet. This week, two very different directors had the titles of their next untitled projects revealed, though in one case, it might not have been intended (by them). Let s start with the very official title announcement by M. Night Shyamalan, whose next film will be Knock at the Cabin. As is often with the case with Shyamalan s films, we don t actually know what Knock at the Cabin will be about, though the title suggests it might be his version of The Cabin in the Woods. The possibly slightly less director-approved title reveal came from Bill Murray, who said that the title of director Wes Anderson s next will be Asteroid City. Murray made light of the hubbub, saying, That s what we do in show business. We just say the name and people will clap. It has no meaning whatsoever. Murray s costars in Asteroid City will include Bryan Cranston, Tom Hanks, Scarlett Johansson, Margot Robbie, Tilda Swinton, and Jeffrey Wright.4. RACHEL WEISZ TO STAR IN SEANCE ON A WET AFTERNOON REMAKE(Photo by Gregorio T. Binuya/Everett Collection)Of all the remake projects that are currently in development, probably about 80% are remakes of popular films with some sort of stamp in the popular conscience. So, it s refreshing when someone announces they re remaking a film which is legitimately obscure. Rachel Weisz is now attached to star in a remake of the 1964 British thriller Seance on a Wet Afternoon, which earned Kim Stanley an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress (she lost to Julie Andrews for Mary Poppins). Weisz will star as a medium who convinces her husband to kidnap the daughter of a wealthy couple so that she can solve the mystery. BAFTA and Tony-winning playwright Jack Thorne adapted the screenplay from the 1961 novel by Mark McShane for director Tomas Alfredson.5. TESSA THOMPSON TO BE STEVE BUSCEMI S LISTENER(Photo by Netflix/courtesy Everett Collection)A trend of the last decade or so, as both TV and streaming have taken off, is that directors who got their start with independent film have spent much of that time working on TV and streaming instead of film. That includes actor-turned-director Steve Buscemi, who hasn t directed a film since 2007 s Interview but has stayed busy directing episodes of shows like Nurse Jackie, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, and Portlandia. It was revealed this week that Buscemi has actually wrapped filming of a film called The Listener that was filmed in August and September without even being announced. The Listener will feature only one actor on screen, as Tessa Thompson will play a helpline volunteer who over the course of the film takes calls from various people feeling lonely, broken, hopeless, and worried. 6. YOUNG QUIET PLACE STAR TO PORTRAY DEAF ACTIVIST HELEN KELLER(Photo by Kristin Callahan/Everett Collection)One of the breakout stars of A Quiet Place and its sequel A Quiet Place Part II was teen actress Millicent Simmonds, who, like the character she played in those films, is deaf and communicates using American Sign Language. She will portray the young woman who became arguably the most famous disability rights advocate, Helen Keller. Simmonds will play the young deaf and blind Keller, and Rachel Brosnahan (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel) will play her teacher Anne Sullivan in the historical drama Helen Teacher. Instead of telling Keller s story as a young child when she first met Sullivan, Helen Teacher will instead focus on her story as a young adult when she developed a radical, world-changing political voice. 7. MICHAEL SHANNON TO STAR AS JOSEPH MCCARTHY(Photo by Paramount Network / Courtesy: Everett Collection)One of the highest profile frequently announced biopics was Christopher Nolan s Oppenheimer, about atomic bomb co-creator J. Robert Oppenheimer, to be portrayed by Cillian Murphy. After World War II,  Oppenheimer became a peace activist, which led to him being a target of the Red Scare of the 1950s. Coincidentally (or not), that leads us directly to this week s new biopic, as Senator Joseph McCarthy, who became synonymous with the Red Scare to the point that McCarthyism is the phrase we use for that tactic. Michael Shannon will star in the biopic McCarthy, alongside Emilia Clarke as McCarthy s wife, Dane DeHaan as Roy Cohn, and Scoot McNairy. Václav Marhoul will direct McCarthy from a screenplay by Tom O Connor (The Hitman s Bodyguard, The Courier) when filming starts up in Prague in late 2022.8. JENNIFER LAWRENCE HAS NO HARD FEELINGS FOR R-RATED COMEDY(Photo by Andres Otero/Everett Collection)Jennifer Lawrence s upcoming end-of-the-world satire Don t Look Up is going to be on Netflix, so that means as we roll into 2022, it will have been at least three years since Jennifer Lawrence was last in a theatrical film, Dark Phoenix. Sony Pictures made a deal this week that looks to return Jennifer Lawrence to theaters with the R-rated comedy No Hard Feelings. Gene Stupnitsky, who got his start writing several episodes of The Office, will have his sophomore directing assignment with Feelings, which is described as a Risky Business-style R-rated comedy set on Long Island. Sony Pictures landed No Hard Feelings by committing to an exclusive theatrical release, beating out Universal Pictures, which handled Stupnitsky s Good Boys.9. TONI COLLETTE TO STAR IN MAFIA MAMMA ACTION COMEDY (Photo by Derek Storm/Everett Collection)Catherine Hardwicke s next film will be an action comedy called Mafia Mamma. Toni Collette will star as the title character, a suburban American woman who inherits her grandfather’s Mafia empire. Monica Bellucci (The Matrix Reloaded) and Rob Huebel (The Descendants) will also costar in Mafia Mamma when filming starts on location in Italy in the late spring of 2022. Toni Collette says,  It is pure, fish out of water fun with a firm feminist backbone. 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4.13.6 0月喜迎(Photo by Bob Mahoney/2018 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.)Matt Bomer has piercing blue eyes, a chiseled jaw, and a Hollywood-approved all-American look. But on DC Universe’s Doom Patrol, his character, Larry Trainor (a.k.a. Negative Man) is covered head-to-toe with bandages thanks to an accident that has left him radioactive. The character is also possessed by a negative that occasionally leaves his body and wreaks havoc on his life (and can fly and pass through solid objects to boot).The dual nature of Negative Man is enhanced even further by the fact that he’s played in bandaged form by actor Matthew Zuk (and voiced by Bomer), and in flashback form by Bomer himself. It’s an essential character trait, Bomer explained to a small group of reporters following a screening of a recent Doom Patrol episode.“He s a guy who is this golden boy on the outside but inside has always felt like a monster. The great allegory of the role that Jeremy [Carver, showrunner] so brilliantly came up with is that ultimately through this accident, he becomes what he always felt he was inside. And so his journey over the course of the season is finding a dialogue with himself where he can learn to accept all the parts of himself that he felt were, on the whole, not acceptable in the past.”That includes Larry’s new backstory: He was an Air Force pilot (similar to the character’s introduction in the comics) and, as shown in the third episode, “Puppet Patrol,” married with two kids — but having an affair with one of his air force buddies (not in the comics).(Photo by Bob Mahoney/2018 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.)“A big reason why I wanted to be a part of Doom Patrol is because I ve never really seen a gay male superhero,” Bomer said. “What I love most about the character is that even though it s a huge struggle internally for him, it s not the sole thing that defines who he is. It s such a multi-faceted character. If it had just been one stereotypical thing, I think I would have had more reservations about it, but the fact that he is this nuanced character who has so many places to grow and he has so much shadow and so much light that he doesn t even know, that s what appealed to me just as much as his sexuality.”But while Larry’s sexuality does not define him, the fact that he’s living a dual life is intrinsic to the character.“He really compartmentalized it. He really wanted his cake and to eat it too. It s really profoundly important for him to be able to keep his wife and family not only because of the primal love and need for them, but also because they secure his status in his place in the military,” he said. “But he also obviously really, really loves John — maybe the only true romantic connection he s ever had. So he wants it both.”Of course, that’s not a realization Larry could come to during his time — it’s something he’s realized during his 50 years with Chief (Timothy Dalton) and Rita Farr (April Bowlby) in Doom Manor, time he’s filled with new hobbies like gardening. He’s been able to conveniently ignore his underlying issues until the events that happen in Doom Patrol’s pilot really force him to deal with them.That self-exploration “just continues to grow over the course of the season,” Bomer explained, and will come to a head soon. “Episode 10 and 11 is where it all really starts to come to a head for him and he really starts to get in touch with who he is authentically.”Larry’s journey over the course of the season has included him “finding his voice and being able to come to terms with his sexuality, who he is, how he can help, what this being inside him is, what it represents, how it wants to communicate with him, why it wants to communicate with him. Does he want it to stick around? Does he want it to leave? Can he ever have any real control over it? Is the only way to have control over that is to ultimately, for the first time in his life, let go of control because he has been such a control freak? He s really face-to-face with his ego and all the fears and insecurities that that entails, and he has to let go and in order to supersede that and really find a purpose for his existence after all these years.”The season has also seen plenty of elements pulled from Grant Morrison’s Doom Patrol run, Bomer noted, along with original creations from Carver. Episodes have explored what happened to Larry during the time between the accident that left him radioactive and when he arrived at Doom Manor.“It s just so wildly imaginative,” Bomer raved. “I just want people to see the show because I truly think — and I don t say this about every show I ve done — it s really special. And it s got an incredible creative team, an incredible production team. I think ultimately, as bizarre and wacko as it gets at times, it s got an incredible heart underneath it all and they ve really gone to painstaking links to make these characters really human and to have real darkness and light and struggle to get to where they are when we find them and where they re going to be by the end of the season.”New episodes of Doom Patrol are released every Friday on DC Universe.
(Photo by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures / © Marvel / courtesy Everett Collection)All Tom Holland Movies Ranked by TomatometerYoung Tom Holland has only been in the public sphere for less than a decade, but it s been a momentous one. He was recognized an immediate potential star with his debut The Impossible, the dramatization of a family swept away by the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. In 2015, he was announced as the new Peter Parker, with Spider-Man swinging over into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He made his debut in Captain America: Civil War, with Peter s wide-eyed sincerity a standout character trait against the superhero mayhem. Holland carried through with two of his own Spider-Man movies and emotional appearances in Infinity War and Endgame.Playing Spidey must take up significant on-camera time, as a lot of Holland s recent non-Marvel work has been voices in films like Spies in Disguise, Dolittle, and Onward. Beyond that, he also kept busy right on through the pandemic, releasing three films The Devil All the Time, Chaos Walking, and Cherry, the latter of which re-teamed him with Avengers directors Joe and Anthony Russo and he not only has another Spider-Man movie scheduled for late 2021, but he s also currently filming the Uncharted movie as Nathan Drake. The young star is officially a quarter-century old now, and to celebrate, we look at all Tom Holland movies by Tomatometer!
The comic book Y: The Last Man, by writer Brian K. Vaughn and artist Pia Guerra, opens with an idea that is simply expressed but complex in its meaning: What if all but one man suddenly died? Debuting in 2002, the series explored that idea for 60 issues, reaching an interesting conclusion. But even before the final issue was published, the comic book was on its way to becoming a film. Nearly 15 years later, that film has not materialized; instead, FX on Hulu’s adaptation, also called Y: The Last Man, debuts today.In the decades since the comic’s debut, its basic question has become an even more complex notion. As showrunner Eliza Clark told Rotten Tomatoes, it is as much about “identity and the way that oppressive systems conspire to inform our identities” as it is about observing the last “man” on Earth as he searches for a way to continue the species.Nevertheless, we also spoke to star Ben Schnetzer about playing Yorick, the titular man in a world where maleness is determined by more than the Y chromosome. We also chatted with Olivia Thirlby, who plays Yorick’s sister, Hero, about her journey, the tough bonds of family and, along with Clark and Schnetzer, the scope of Y as a television show.A World Of Browns(Photo by Rafy Winterfeld/FX)As much as the series is about its provocative premise, it is also about the Brown family: mother Jennifer (Diane Lane) and her children, Yorick and Hero. Jennifer is a tough and seasoned US Senator, and Yorick and Hero enjoy a certain amount of luxury as children of privilege. Before “The Event,” which utterly changes the world, they both live in New York. Hero gets by as a paramedic while Yorick teaches magic and prepares an escapology routine he expects to be his ticket to fame. And, as viewers will discover, they are typical siblings. “They are angry at each other a lot of the time,” Thirlby said. “But they re sort of bonded in this shared experience of being Jennifer s kids. I don t think there s a very big margin of error when you re Jennifer s kids, so they always had to look out for each other in a very specific kind of way.”Then, The Event happens and all mammals carrying the Y chromosome – except Yorick and his pet monkey Ampersand – drop dead. Jennifer ends up in charge of preserving the US government while Yorick and Hero (who is unaware her brother is alive) set off on very different journeys.(Photo by Brendon Meadows/FX)According to Clark, the three viewpoints were inspired by the early issues of Y, which also split its time between several characters in different parts of the world. But by centering on Jennifer, Yorick, and Hero as the major viewpoint characters in the television show, an opportunity to “see inside these worlds a little bit more deeply” presented itself.“It s a large ensemble,” added Thirlby. “It s about many stories unfolding simultaneously. It s about people who don t know that they re in a TV show, so their understanding of their own world is pretty complete.” In her view, part of the fun for the audience is keeping in mind the characters’ certainty in the face of severe knowledge gaps; it leads to a lot of tension for the characters and the viewer.The Escape Artist(Photo by Rafy Winterfeld/FX)Though it is an ensemble which includes Amber Tamblyn as a Washington insider (despite the character’s own protests to the contrary), Ashley Romans as a secret agent tasked with keeping Yorick alive, and Elliot Fletcher as Hero’s traveling companion Sam – the show is called Y: The Last Man. Therefore, Schnetzer’s character is primary thanks to his Y chromosome. That said, fans of the book may be surprised by the Yorick they meet in the first episode.“Yorick s kind of guileless, disarming humor reads in a particular way, beautifully, in the panels of a graphic novel,” the actor said. “But we wanted to make him a little more vulnerable, and a little more human, in a way that would read in the three dimensions of a series on screen.” The initial innocence (and obliviousness) of the comic book character gave way to something a little more, well, privileged. “I wasn t thinking consciously about it when we were filming it, but definitely, there s a part of him that is spoiled, and it is very privileged,” Schnetzer said. “[It’s] the idea of Yorick being a really unlikely candidate for the role he finds himself in… There s no nobility going into it. We wanted to give him a runway to discover that through the trials of the show that lay before him.”Yorick’s introduction may present him as somewhat unpleasant, but Clark said the hope is that viewers will still “like him even though you re like, ‘Ugh, this f ing idiot.’”(Photo by Rafy Winterfeld/FX)“I really love Yorick and want him to succeed,” she continued. “And I think the story needs you to like him in spite of the ways he really has so much growing up to do.”Part of his journey to maturity will be his travels with Agent 355 (Romans), an element fans will recognize from the book, though Schnetzer felt it was important to “un-know” that aspect of the story so he and Romans could build the rapport between their characters in an organic way. “It was really important to understand who these people were before they knew each other,” he said of the preparation. It proved to be a tightrope, as some takes would end with him wondering if the characters were too familiar for an escape artist and secret agent at the start of their journey across the ruins of America. Nevertheless, he felt the early episodes provide “a bit of an origin story for this relationship,” which will lead to a “Butch and Sundance” dynamic.They will also meet a third traveling companion, Dr. Mann (Diana Bang), along the way. “Her eccentricity and her sense of purpose bonds 355 and Yorick,” he teased, also suggesting that Dr. Mann may create some doubt about 355 in Yorick’s mind. “It just adds a whole different flavor to things,” he said.The Wanderer(Photo by Rafy Winterfeld/FX)Perhaps for more than any of the other Browns, Hero’s story is one of survival – even before The Event. “[It’s about] her capacity to navigate her own traumas,” Thirlby said. “But also asking the question, does she have the strength and the capacity to have the will to survive, given some of what she s experienced and the way that she s coped with that?” That question will lead her on a very different path than Yorick’s, much of which we can only tease, as it greatly redefines the state she is in when comic book readers first met her. One thing we will mention: she has little interest in meeting up with Jennifer. “Her relationship with her mother is a little bit too fraught,” she said. And whether or not that relationship is examined more closely later in the series, the Hero who prepares to leave Manhattan after The Event “does not want to continue her role as a daughter in this world.”Instead, she strikes out into the wide world with Sam, a trans man who is an entirely new character for the series. “They love to be their own little unit and look down on everyone else around them,” she said of their dynamic before The Event. “I think [when] they met, it started instantly with their shared eyeroll about the larger social circle that they happen to be sitting in.”(Photo by Rafy Winterfeld/FX)Of course, the world after The Event will test their bond and prove it is more complex than a shared sense of superiority. “Their friendship is really unusual,” she said. “It s many things rolled into one. It s a best friendship. There s a deep intimacy that they share. There is the desire to be drawn together, romantically and sexually, that I think they both resist a lot of the time for totally different reasons.” To Thirlby, the malleable nature of their relationship is one of the show’s strengths as it examines “the way that people connect outside of the normal confines of what we re used to seeing.”“There s a lot of love there, [but] I think there s a lot of toxicity too,” Clark added. “They enable one another.” One thing that is solely Hero’s motivation is a sense of shame for something she does just prior to The Event. “She s looking for consequences… and they get into dangerous situations because of Hero s shame,” she explained. It may be different from the comic book, but Clark felt it was important to strongly define who Hero was before The Event in light of “who she becomes.” Readers of the book will have a pretty good idea what that means, even if the show approaches the concept from a different angle.The Commander(Photo by Rafy Winterfeld/FX)Meanwhile, Jennifer remains in the Pentagon trying to maintain a semblance of a working government. It represents some of the program’s most harrowing post-apocalyptic moments because they are so close to reality. “Our [real] power grid is poorly constructed and needs constant maintenance. It s a patchwork of random systems,” Clark said. “Same is true for our infrastructure. It is crumbling now.” Then add the historic gender inequalities in the workplace and Jennifer faces a situation where she has, potentially, a single woman running a hydroelectric dam. “There might be a woman who works at the dam – she might be one of two – can she handle it entirely by herself? Maybe her talents might be better used at a different kind of emergency,” Clark said of the problems just with maintaining electricity after The Event. At some point, Jennifer, who is aided by a dynamic and diverse staff also dealing with the personal aftermath of The Event, is pretty much just “putting her finger in the dam.”“The extent of the problems just gets bigger and bigger,” she continued. Nevertheless, part of expanding Jennifer’s role in the story verses the comic book was to illustrate a situation in which “people who really are super capable” try to patch the holes left in society after The Event.(Photo by Rafy Winterfeld/FX)Complicating the patch job is a continuing political opposition represented by Tamblyn’s Kimberly. “She is a person who has aligned herself with the patriarchy and gotten basically all of her power and her identity from her proximity to men,” Clark explained. In the wake of The Event, and Jennifer assuming power, Kimberly is left grasping for the old ways and reinforcing the binary roles she understood. The character could easily lend itself to caricature, but viewers will find Kimberly is a surprisingly complex (and compassionate) foe. “[It’s] Amber Tamblyn like you ve never seen her before,” Clark said.And this is all before Jennifer can contemplate sending a rescue unit for Hero or even dare to hope Yorick is alive. But once it becomes possible that her son is the last Y chromosome-carrying human on Earth, she will be forced to view it through the lens of her political liabilities. “She s had to compromise from the beginning, and it puts her in a gray moral area that is, I think, super interesting to watch, Clark said of the problems any reunion might cause.The World Of YRyan FujitaniOf course, the Brown Family represent just a part of Y: The Last Man’s world. There is Jennifer’s staff some of whom absolutely steal scenes the unique challenges Sam faces on the road with Hero, and one re-imagining of a comic book character we can only reference in the broadest terms. But perhaps, for now, it is best viewers begin the journey alongside as Jennifer, Yorick, and Hero and discover the world of Y for themselves.Y: The Last Man premieres on FX on Hulu on Wednesday, September 13, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

What the 91st Academy Awards lacked in hosts, it certainly made up for in surprises – at least at the tail-end of the night. (Yes, your ears and eyes were working: that was Julia Roberts naming Green Book as Best Picture and not Roma.) It was also a night for history to be made, with the likes of Spike Lee winning his first Oscar, and Ruth E. Carter and Hannah Beachler becoming the first African Americans to win awards for Costume and Production Design, respectively. Read on for our picks of the night s biggest moments, and check out our full list of the 2019 Oscar winners.Adam Lambert and Queen Open the Show(Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody may be lowest on the Tomatometer among the Best Picture nominees, but the band was top of the night. Joined by Adam Lambert, Queen opened the show performing “We Will Rock You” and then “We Are the Champions,” forcing all actors caught on camera to rock out enthusiastically/awkwardly (Javier Bardem for the win).Fey, Rudolph, Poehler Show they Would Have Made the Perfect HostsSome viewers got their hopes up that perhaps we would get hosts after all when Tina Fey, Maya Rudolph, and Amy Poehler entered the stage following a montage of moments from the year in film. And while they did not stick around to guide us through the night, their introduction to the Best Supporting Actress showed the Academy might be wise to let them next year. Particular highlights: Rudolph’s sultry “Wakanda plans you got later?” to Chadwick Boseman, and her perfect Gaga wail.Regina King Wins Best Supporting Actress for If Beale Street Could Talk (2018) 95%If Beale Street Could Talk co-star Regina King was named Best Supporting Actress, and – after an assist getting to the stage from Captain American himself – delivered a heartfelt speech, celebrating her mother, who accompanied her to the awards. “I’m an example of what it looks like when support and love is poured into someone,” said a teary King. She is the first winner in any acting category to win the Oscar without being nominated for a SAG or BAFTA since Marcia Gay Harden in 2000.Brian Tyree Henry and Melissa McCarthy Wear All the CostumesBrian Tyree Henry (If Beale Street Could Talk, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse) and Melissa McCarthy (Can You Ever Forgive Me?) introduced the Best Costume Category wearing outfits inspired by all five nominees. We will never forget the image of McCarthy opening the envelope with a rabbit puppet.Ruth E. Carter and Hannah Beachler Make History With Wins for Black Panther (2018) 96%Black Panther costumer Ruth E. Carter became the first Black woman to win an Oscar for Best Costume Design, beating out favorite Sandy Powell who was nominated twice for Mary Poppins Returns and The Favourite. The 30-year veteran began her acceptance speech by thanking fellow nominee Spike Lee; the BlacKkKlansman director gave Carter her first job on School Daze, and they later collaborated for her Oscar-nominated work on Malcolm X. Next up was the award for Best Production Design, and in back-to-back historic Black Panther wins, Hannah Beachler became the first Black woman to win for Production Design. The production designer behind Beyonce’s Lemonade and all of director Ryan Coogler’s movies gave an emotional speech during which she thanked Coogler for believing in her.Mahershala Ali Wins Second Best Supporting Actor Oscar for Green Book (2018) 77%Some pundits thought Can You Ever Forgive Me? co-star Richard E. Grant was set to cause an upset here, but favorite Mahershala Ali took home the prize for his portrayal of pianist Don Shirley. The win makes Ali only the second ever Black actor to win two acting Oscars (the other being Denzel Washington). Ali dedicated his award to his grandmother, “who has been in my ear my entire life telling me, if at first I don’t succeed, try, try again.”Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper Generate Jackson-Ally Magic with “Shallow”(Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)They didn’t even need an intro… The Best Song favorites performed the final song of the night, semi-recreating A Star Is Born’s memorable concert scene: camera lingering behind them, epic build, that wail. “Shallow” – of course – went on to win Best Song.Spike Lee – Finally – Wins His First OscarBOOM-SHAKA-LACKA! Spike Lee won his first competitive Oscar after five nominations. (He was awarded an honorary Oscar in 2016). Accepting the Best Adapted Screenplay award for BlacKkKlansman – along with Kevin Willmott, David Rabinowitz, and Charlie Wachtel – the Brooklyn native stayed on brand: bombastic and honest. During his speech, he drew attention to the date of his historic win, 400 years almost to the day since the first slaves arrived in the United States. In February, Black History Month, the country s most celebrated Black filmmaker was handed the award from Brie Larson and his longtime friend Samuel L. Jackson. It is the third year in a row that a Black writer has won for screenwriting: Jordan Peele won Best Original Screenplay for Get Out last year and Barry Jenkins won Best Adapted Screenplay in 2017 for Moonlight.A Best Actress Mega SurpriseThe Oscars proved it still has the capacity to surprise, saving one of the biggest shocks of the night to almost the very end: The Favourite star Olivia Colman upset favorite Glenn Close in the Best Actress category. Less of a shock: Colman gave arguably the best and funniest speech of the night, opening with “It’s genuinely quite stressful” and ending by simply exclaiming, “Lady Gaga!”Alfonso Cuarón Continues Hot Streak for Mexican DirectorsAlfonso Cuarón’s win for Best Director means that Mexican directors have won the category five times since 2014: Alejandro González Iñárritu for Birdman and The Revenant, Guillermo del Toro for The Shape of Water, and Cuarón for Gravity and, now, Roma.Green Book (2018) 77% Beats Out Favorite Roma to Win Best PictureIf the Best Actress win was one of the biggest wins of the night, it’s closest competition was in the Best Picture category, where Green Book won ahead of favorite Roma. Some pundits had a feeling this could happen, particularly given the Oscars’ preferential voting system, but it was inconceivable to others that any film could stand in the way of Cuarón s masterpiece. Netflix will have to wait another year, at least, before it can take the top honor.Thumbnail image courtesy Kevin Winter/Getty ImagesWhat were your biggest highlights of the night? Tell us in the comments.
WARNING: MASSIVE SPOILERS!The final chapter of the Marvel Cinematic Universe s Infinity Saga came to a close with Avengers: Endgame, and at just over three hours long, the movie not only tied up a bunch of loose ends, but also offered up a franchise s worth of fan service. Whether it was a reference (or two, or three) to an iconic 1980s teen adventure, a nod to the pages of the source material, the requisite Stan Lee cameo, or even one of the several callbacks to previous MCU movies, there was a little something in Endgame for everyone, from casual fans to hardcore comics geeks. Check out our video for every Easter Egg and fun fact we could piece together from the movie, and let us know what we missed!
The big game always means big trailers, and this year was no exception with fresh looks at Avengers: Endgame, Captain Marvel, Toy Story 4, Us, CBS All Access s reboot of The Twilight Zone, Netflix s nature documentary series Our Planet, and our first look at season 3 of Hulu s The Handmaid s Tale. (That s Plus, CBS Films dropped four mini teasers for the Guillermo del Toro-produced horror flick, Scary Stories to Tell In the Dark. Catch up with all of the trailers below.Trailer for Avengers: Endgame (2019) 94% Some people move on, but not us. Our second look at Endgame doesn t reveal very many new details, other than showing us a deserted New York (empty Citi Field!) and various shots of the Avengers preparing to go to battle of some kind, but the tone is far less somber than the first trailer. No moping here: the team is preparing for action. (Eagle-eyed watchers will note that the trailer pays tribute to the fallen at the very beginning.)In theaters April 26, 2019.Trailer for Toy Story 4 (2019) 97%The just-released Toy Story 4 spot gave us some insight into Ducky and Bunny (voiced by Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele) who terrorize/annoy Buzz as they share wall space at a country fair carnival game. To infinity and my foot! In theaters June 21, 2019.Trailer for Our Planet 93%Nature doc lovers, rejoice! Netflix just dropped a 30-second trailer for its natural history series, Our Planet, which comes from the creators of Planet Earth, working with the World Wildlife Fund, and is narrated – of course – by Sir David Attenborough. It’s a mammoth project: shot over four years in 50 countries, the series featured 600 crew members who shot for more than 3,500 days in total.Our Planet is available to stream on Netflix from April 5.Trailer for The Twilight Zone 66%Following a very short look at the new Spock on Star Trek: Discovery, CBS faked a failed transmission and then transported us to The Twilight Zone. Or at least to an empty stadium where Zone reboot producer and narrator Jordan Peele asked, “What dimension are you even in?”The Twilight Zone debuts on CBS All Access April 1, 2019.Trailer for Captain Marvel (2019) 79%Marvel Studios latest spot for Captain Marvel didn t reveal too much we hadn t already seen, but it s all-action vibe was a different approach than what we ve seen from the marketing so far. Leaning into the film s tagline – Higher, further, faster – this punchy spot was all ass-kicking and attitude.In theaters March 8, 2019.Trailer for The Handmaid's Tale: Season 3 (2019) 82%Our first look at season 3 of Hulu s The Handmaid s Tale is a chilling parody of Reagan s Morning in America campaign commercials that ends with an incredible image: hundreds of handmaids standing in formation at the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool.Season 3 of The Handmaid s Tale is coming soon to Hulu.Trailer for Alita: Battle Angel (2019) 61%The James Cameron-produced, Robert Rodriguez-directed Alita: Battle Angel released a new TV spot during the Super Bowl pre-show, with the focus squarely on Mahershala Ali’s villain and messaging pushing the film as a must-see 3-D event. That falls in line with what early reviews have been saying: while the film lacks a little something in the script department, critics are almost unanimous that the movie provides plenty of big-screen spectacle.In theaters February 14, 2019.Four mini teasers for Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (2019) 77%Horror mastermind Guillermo del Toro produces this CBS Film s thriller from director André Øvredal (Trollhunter), which sees a group of teenagers trying to solve the mystery behind a series of deaths in their small town. The first two mini teasers are light on detail, but big on creepiness, with the first featuring a chilling we re next and a jump-scare reveal of the kind of monster only Del Toro could conjure, and the second showing that hiding under your bed isn t going to save you. One more mini teaser is expected to drop throughout the Super Bowl broadcast.The third and shortest teaser shows mysterious trouble in a red-lit hallway. If you want a clearer look at the Pale Lady at the end of the hallway, CBS Films has supplied.The team behind Scary Stories to Tell In the Dark saved the grossest vignette until last, with their mini teaser revealed in the fourth quarter giving horror fans a mirror scare for the ages.In theaters August 9, 2019.Trailer for Us (2019) 93%Our second look at Jordan Peele s Get Out follow-up, Us, is just as freaky as the first. The film – which sees a family attacked by a group of doppelgängers while on vacation – is set to open the South By Southwest Film Festival in March.In theaters March 22, 2019.Trailer for Wonder Park (2019) 34%An all-star voice cast headlines this American-Spanish animation co-production, with Jennifer Garner, Kate Hudson, Matthew Broderick, Kenan Thompson, John Oliver, and Mila Kunis all on board. The film tells the tale of a young girl who discovers that the amusement park she imagined as a young girl is actually real – and under threat. The just-released Super Bowl trailer promises plenty of sassy animals and rollercoaster-style action.In theaters March 15, 2019.Trailer for Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw (2019) 67%Remember when the Fast and the Furious franchise was all about relatively modest muscle cars and the family that raced them? This new trailer – which we expect to be shown during the game (perhaps in a shorter form) – shows just how far the Furious team has come, with a spinoff that features Idris Elba as a cyber-genetically enhanced villain and Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham racing each other down the face of a building with ropes and an elevator, respectively, as you do.In theaters August 2, 2019.Trailer for Hanna 80%Game watchers got another look at the Amazon Prime Video adaptation of Joe Wright s film, Hanna, the first episode of which is available for 24 hours following the game – but will disappear after that until the series launches in March.The pilot Hanna debuts on Amazon Prime Video after the game and is available for 24 hours.Trailer for Million Dollar MileThis latest entry in the American Ninja Warrior-style average-people-doing-extraordinary-things genre comes to us via executive producer LeBron James.Prepare to watch world-class athletes go up against some of the most inspiring people in the world. The chase begins March 27 at 9/8c. #MillionDollarMile pic.twitter.com/9OCTG2p15o Million Dollar Mile (@MillionDollar) February 4, 2019Million Dollar Mile premieres on CBS March 27, 2019.
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Ghcxuf Fargo creator Noah Hawley brought a unique TV universe to life over the course of the show s first three seasons.  The anthology series, which was inspired by the Coen brothers movie of the same name, has set out to explore the good, the evil, and all the quirky tidbits in between. It gave us a cavalcade of memorable characters — from Molly Solverson (Allison Tolman) and her father Lou (Patrick Wilson) to Lorne Malvo (Billy Bob Thornton) and Floyd Gerhardt (Jean Smart), and much, much more — and ventured into the disturbing and surprising facets of the Midwest criminal underworld.The new story finds the show embedded in a 1950s war between Irish and Black gangs, dipping into references to Coen brothers classics like Miller s Crossing and Barton Fink. The ensemble cast includes Chris Rock as Loy Cannon, Jessie Buckley as Oraetta Mayflower, Timothy Olyphant as Dick Deafy Wickware, Glynn Turman as Doctor Senator, Jason Schwartzman as Josto Fadda, and Ben Whishaw as Rabbi Milligan, and gives a varied heft to the new installment, which is a period piece that feels specific to the era while it explores themes of race, gender, and the out-of-reach concept of The American Dream that will surely resonate with today s audiences.Season 4 of the hit FX series returns on Sunday, September 27. How will these new episodes compare to the show s previous seasons on the Tomatometer? Season 1 is currently Certified Fresh at 97%, season 2 holds a whopping 100%, and season 3 is Certified Fresh as well, with a 93% score on the Tomatometer. Here’s what the critics are saying about season 4 of Fargo.HOW IS CHRIS ROCK S PERFORMANCE?(Photo by Matthias Clamer/FX)The stand-up comic is still a bit stilted in scenes requiring more casual conversation, but as the pressure builds and fury mounts, Rock turns Loy into a potent force. — Ben Travers, IndiewirePerhaps the biggest part of what keeps this season of Fargo from achieving the heights of its early seasons is Chris Rock s Loy Cannon. It s not a surprise that Chris Rock, one of the most talented comedians ever, is capable of giving a solid dramatic performance. But it is odd that he s so serious to the point that it doesn t seem like he s having any fun — especially since part of what makes him such an incredible comedic performer is the sense that he s always enjoying himself — and when so many of the actors around him, particularly Timothy Olyphant and Jason Schwartzman, are clearly having a ball. — Liam Mathews, TV GuideHOW IS THE REST OF THE CAST?(Photo by Elizabeth Morris/FX)Jason Schwartzman is also someone who doesn’t often play the heavy (with the obvious exception of Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, of course) and he really steps up here as Josto Fadda. Though when it comes to chameleons, no one has Ben Whishaw beat as Rabbi Milligan, a soldier out of place in the Fadda family, one who’s perhaps one of the most fully defined male characters of the series. Meanwhile, new-to-Americans Gommorah star Salvatore Esposito makes a big but broad impression as the ruthless, Italian-speaking brother of Josto, while Glynn Turman is here to remind us all why he’s a legend of stage and screen. — Liz Shannon Miller, ColliderJessie Buckley’s nurse character, Oraetta Mayflower, is a fascinating creature, a well-spoken professional who throws around words and is hiding something diabolical behind them. There’s an unrepentant outlaw named Swanee Capps who has a foul mouth and a cowboy hat and a heap of quickly developing problems. Salvatore Esposito’s Gaetano Fadda is a huge ball of chaotic dangerous energy, bringing an almost silent-film-era level of physicality to the screen, all bulging eyes and overly expressive movements and just the general vibe that he might literally or metaphorically explode at any moment. I love him. I can’t wait for the rest of you to meet him. — Brian Grubb, UPROXXTHE WRITING NEEDS IMPROVEMENT(Photo by Matthias Clamer/FX)This season, Hawley aims for a macrocosmic perspective on the American experience: Immigrants and their children, slaves and their descendants. Whatever his honorable intentions, that all comes off as the TV writing equivalent of a kid driving dad’s car without realizing cars have brakes. All the details are wrong in every direction, either over the top or unbelievably absent. — Darren Franich, EWFargo has lost its footing in Season 4, succumbing to stylization and caricature and gratuitous over-plotting, and effectively wasting a tremendous cast. We’re left with a weak story and a few banal monologues about race, money, and Life In America. But the nice thing about an anthology series is that once a season is over, it’s really over. Snow melts, seasons change, and this show has earned some generosity … or at least the gift of a short memory. — Shane Ryan, Paste MagazineWITH SO MANY CHARACTERS, THE DEVELOPMENT IS LACKING (Photo by Elizabeth Morris/FX)By the season’s halfway point, there are so many characters and plot threads running that the show gets a little unwieldy, but the way that Fargo established itself as its own entity separate from the movie was thanks to Hawley’s ambition. Better for him to be reaching for something new than just falling back on what worked in the past.— Josh Bell, CBRMany of these characters are dialed up to 11, with the performers going all-in, some of them practically screaming their lines. Most of these characters don’t work, either. Crutchfield’s performance as the teen girl is strong, but the character feels completely out of place. And Olyphant is leaning way too hard on his character’s aloofness. He looks like he’s having fun, though, so that’s something. — Chris Evangelista, SlashfilmFINAL THOUGHTS?I m such an appreciator of the show s eccentric style and rhythms that I m overjoyed to have Fargo back; even when it isn t peak Fargo and despite being weighted down by ambitions that aren t fully realized thus far, there are sweeping swathes of greatness here. — Daniel Fienberg, Hollywood ReporterBut an average season of Fargo is better than the best season of many other series. If it s less worth the long wait, Fargo is at least very welcome to the party now that it s finally arrived. — Kelly Lawler, USA TodayLike America itself, Fargo is a dizzying, delightful swirl of influences. And this move away from the series’ familiar Minnesota home turf is mostly a rollicking success. After all, there’s plenty of snow — and blood — to be found in a Kansas City winter, too. — Alan Sepinwall, Rolling Stone 😈😈



亚博老虎机游戏平台 We had actual priests there helping us out making sure that everything was in the right place, Linklater told Rotten Tomatoes. But if you re Catholic or Jewish or any religion, I think you understand guilt, perhaps. And an appetite, perhaps. I think we could all bring understandings to it, regardless of our denominational backgrounds. Flanagan grew up in the Catholic Church and was an altar boy for a good portion of his childhood, leaving many in the cast to acknowledge his deep knowledge of the Bible as an integral tool in telling this story. His relationship with the church may have evolved over the years, but Flanagan stands firm on his assurance that Midnight Mass does not vilify religion. We were very careful to make sure that this show has an open invitation to people of any belief system, Flanagan said. Its core values, in a sense, are very Christian: empathy, kindness, concern for your fellow man It celebrates our capacity for belief and our capacity for faith. 3. FANATICISM IS THE SHOW S BIG BAD(Photo by Eike Schroter / Netflix © 2021)Unlike Flanagan s Haunting series on Netflix, Midnight Mass isn t embedded in the ghost story aesthetics the writer-director is known for. There is a different sort of insidious nature to the threats here. Wherever faith and religion are, fundamentalism and fanaticism are not far behind. Fanaticism and aggressiveness — those things are baked into the DNA of the show, Flanagan explained, acknowledging a willingness in everyday people to have faith in something that can end up corrupted and weaponized. How do you take somebody who you think is a rational person, or a person of faith, or a person that you think is a little like you and walk them into this place where they would willingly kill themselves for an idea? In Midnight Mass, Flanagan does his best to make sense of this type of human horror.4. FLANAGAN S JOURNEY TO SOBRIETY WAS A BIG INSPIRATION(Photo by Eike Schroter / Netflix © 2021)Midnight Mass isn t the first project in which Flanagan explores the concept of addiction and recovery. It s a theme that is pervasive throughout his Doctor Sleep adaptation and bits of it pop up in The Haunting of Hill House. That said, his personal struggles with alcohol helped shed some necessary light on this project, which he says previously existed as a book, a screenplay for a movie, and multiple iterations of a TV show before Netflix picked up the idea.Admitting he had a problem with alcohol gave him the clarity needed to make this version of Midnight Mass, he said:  It s a very different show with three years of sobriety behind me than it would have been before that. I feel like it would have been an incomplete conversation. The internal monologues, debates, and discussions Flanagan had with himself throughout this drawn-out process all ended up going into the show. Those conversations were so inseparable in my head, that this show was always where they were just kind of dumped, he said. It s where they lived as a record of my perspective of sobriety through various points of my life — in the full grips of it, in the denial of it, and in the acceptance of it. 5. IT SUBVERTS THE EVIL PRIEST HORROR TROPE(Photo by Eike Schroter / Netflix © 2021)When it comes to seeing a priest in a horror story, the common audience expectation is that he is the villain. It s a common trope in horror. Flanagan chose a different road. When it became clear that Father Paul could still do all of the horrible things I needed him to for the story while being a good person with a pure motive, then I felt like we had a show that was about something, Flanagan said.From day one, Linklater set out to bring authenticity and truth to the role. One of my first conversations with Mike was, I m playing a priest in this genre. I just want to make sure you don t want me to be skewed, or sinister, or scary, or anything like that,' Linklater said. The guy is trying to do the right thing all the way through it, as far as his understanding of what the right thing is. 6. AND PUTS A UNIQUE SPIN ON THE TOWN SHERIFF (Photo by Netflix)It s a fair assessment to say we ve not seen many Muslim sheriffs in modern-day entertainment. Rahul Kohli s Sheriff Hassan is here to change that perspective. According to the Haunting of Bly Manor alum, it was the combination of two cultural polarities that really excited him to play the part. You ve got the quintessential American hero in cinema: the sheriff. John Wayne, he explained. He saves the day and he is the ultimate hero in America. Then, there s the Hassan bit. You ve got America s greatest villain post-911: the bearded brown man. The Muslim. Those two things get fused. And that was the first thing that was very apparent to me with the sheriff. And I loved that. I loved how confusing that image is. 7. A TRAGIC LOVE STORY LIES AT THE SHOW S CORE (Photo by Eike Schroter / Netflix © 2021)We could easily call the love story that centers Midnight Mass another subverted genre trope, but that would downplay the dynamic of the relationship that unfolds between Zach Gildord s Riley and Kate Siegel s Erin. The result of their subdued chemistry points to a lived-in notion of how love can change over time. One of the things you learn, I believe, is when you get a little bit older and you get into your late 30s, early 40s, is this feeling that if you went back to your high school sweetheart, maybe everything would be OK, Siegel said. No, that s gone You see the disappointment in both of them that the innocence of childhood is lost. That first love is lost. What remains, she says, is something deeper and more profound: The quiet understanding of someone who s actually seen who you are. 8. THE SERIES IS TIMELY AND RELEVANT (Photo by Eike Schroter / Netflix © 2021)Midnight Mass doesn t directly address our own society s polarization and political upheaval, but it doesn t take a lot of brainpower to connect the dots between the story Flanagan and his team are telling here and the current state of the world.The combination of fear, misinformation, and disenfranchisement reveals itself as a potent mix that can lead to unspeakable acts under the guise of religious ideology. It s a bleak idea that resonates with our present-day reality. But remember this is a Mike Flanagan joint: As dark and troubling as things get, he makes sure to imbue his characters with love and empathy, leaving traces of hope along the way. Midnight Mass is no different. There is a requirement for deep listening, and attention, Annabeth Gish said of the series. I think there s a real availability for understanding about what s happening in our world right now. It s very timely. So, I hope that people receive that. I think there s something very special about this project. Midnight Mass launches on Friday, September 24, on Netflix.

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