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华体会网页登录采用百度引擎9(Baidu 5)The Film Won t Be a Direct Adaptation of Any Single Game in the FranchiseHere’s the official synopsis, via Lionsgate: Lilith, an infamous outlaw with a mysterious past, reluctantly returns to her home planet of Pandora to find the missing daughter of the universe s most powerful S.O.B., Atlas. Lilith forms an alliance with an unexpected team – Roland, a former elite mercenary, now desperate for redemption; Tiny Tina, a feral pre-teen demolitionist; Krieg, Tina s musclebound, rhetorically challenged protector; Tannis, the scientist with a tenuous grip on sanity; and Claptrap, a persistently wiseass robot. These unlikely heroes must battle alien monsters and dangerous bandits to find and protect the missing girl, who may hold the key to unimaginable power. The fate of the universe could be in their hands – but they ll be fighting for something more: each other. While several of the characters in the film Lilith, Roland, Tannis, Moxxi, and Claptrap, for starters  all appeared in the first Borderlands game, others like Tiny Tina, Krieg, Sir Hammerlock, and Wainwright Jakobs made their debut in later installments, indicating a mish-mash of characters from across the series. Fans of the games will also point out that we ve never met Atlas, the presumed founder of the Atlas Corporation, in any of the Borderlands installments, though Édgar Ramírez has been cast for that role in the film.Likewise, the story itself doesn t draw directly from any of the games, either, as the heroes of the film would seem more concerned with rescuing a missing girl than hunting for a Vault, per se. That said, the girl in question does hold the key to unimaginable power, which could be a reference to a Vault Key, bringing the story back to its video game roots, but the overall narrative looks to be wholly original. We ll have a clearer picture when more details or a trailer are released. Speaking of which There s No Trailer or Release Date YetBecause filming just finished, Borderlands does not have a trailer yet. The pictures of the silhouettes, along with another image of a little Claptrap model celebrating the end of shooting, are the only visuals fans have to go on — for now, at least. We’ll update this post with lots of additional details once there’s a trailer.There is also no official release date for Borderlands yet, though some sources have it dated for next year, which seems likely.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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Director Guy Ritchie returns to his roots with new gangster flick, The Gentlemen, and he s brought an all-star cast of big-name Brits and Americans with him. The movie, which sees a marijuana kingpin (Matthew McConaughey) attempting to sell off his empire to a fellow drug lord – and facing a ton of complications and F-bombs in the process – is already shaping up to be one of Ritchie s best-reviewed movies in years. Ahead of the release of The Gentlemen, Rotten Tomatoes sat down with McConaughey and co-stars Hugh Grant, Michelle Dockery, Charlie Hunnam, and Henry Golding to discover what drew them to Ritchie s latest project, how they pivoted with the director s on-set changes to scenes, and what they think makes the perfect gentleman. Plus: Golding gave us some fresh new details on the upcoming G.I. Joe spin-off, Snake Eyes. 在这款作品问世之前,外网都认为它是原神最大的竞品,一个是它由韩国最大的手游厂牌Netmarble开发,另一个就是在宣发上他们强调这款游戏的美术协力为吉卜力工作室,而音乐则由久石让创作。
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tended editions: 20 hours 30 minutes; Theatrical cuts: 17 hours and 12 minutes.Starts with:  The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (2012)  Ends with: The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003)  Best way to watch: Some would argue the second trilogy – though the first by story chronology – from Peter Jackson was an unnecessary and bloated cash grab that should be avoided at all costs, but we have a better suggestion. We suggest you begin with the LOTR animated film from 1978, which will give you all the events of the films in a quicker and to-the-point format. Then, if you are compelled to see the best of The Hobbit live-action series, we would say check out the standard edition of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, which is the best of the three. We would also suggest you try to watch the extended editions of the original live-action LOTR series – they are more than worth it for the extra content. This recommendation would make for a shorter, 16-hour watch, which could be broken up easily over two days. Where to watch: FandangoNOW (Discount Bundle), Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, GooglePlay. The Two Towers and The Lord of The Rings: The Return of the King standard editions are streaming on Netflix.Marvel Cinematic UniverseWhat is it: The 23-film saga that chronicles the epic adventures of various superheroes, based on the comics first distributed by Marvel and its subsidiaries. How many hours: 50 hours and 3 minutes.Starts with:   Iron Man (2008)  Ends with:  Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019) Best way to watch: Not surprising for a franchise that grossed over billion at the global box office, but Marvel Studios  23-film, decade-long opus is quite watchable as is. Some folks would have argued in 2010 that Avengers: The Age of Ultron is a skippable mess, but as we detail here, it is essential viewing to truly appreciate the first four phases of the saga that culminated with Avengers: Endgame. Sorry for those looking for a shortcut, but watching it all is worth it. Viewing all 23 movies straight through, without breaks, however, is not the way to do it.Instead, we suggest you go in release order and complete each day as follows: day one after Avengers; day two after Ant-man; day three after Black Panther; and finish on day four with Spider-Man: Far From Home. If you ve previously watched the MCU and are looking to watch it in a new way, use our guide here to watch in chronological order based on the events of each film. If the thought of 50 hours of superheroes is still too intimidating for you, but you want to understand enough to get by, watch these character introduction films (Captain America, Thor, Iron Man, Black Panther, Captain Marvel, Ant-Man, Guardians of the Galaxy) and these team-up films (Civil War, Winter Soldier, Avengers, Ultron, Infinity War, Endgame). Once you have finished that, check out our Oral Histories of the MCU, in which the directors, producer, and casting director who worked on the epic franchise break down all the behind-the-scene secrets.Where to watch: FandangoNOW, Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, GooglePlay. All of the films save The Incredible Hulk and the Spider-Man films are streaming on Disney+. The Avengers: Infinity War and The Avengers: Endgame are streaming on Netflix; and Captain America: The First Avenger, The Avengers, and Thor are streaming on Amazon Prime.Die Hard FranchiseWhat is it: Follow John McClane, a police detective who seems to be a magnet for maniacal criminals no matter which city/structure he is in, and proves to be a tough man to kill.How many hours: 10 hours and 14 minutes.Starts with:  Die Hard (1988) Ends with: A Good Day to Die Hard (2013) Best way to watch: The original Die Hard is so beloved that many argue it s the greatest action film ever made – or maybe the greatest Christmas movie, but that is a debate for another day. The film and its follow-ups have a loyal fanbase, and though the second and third entries pale in comparison to the first, we still say they re worth a watch. The fourth film, Live Free or Die Hard, is a true return to form and, frankly, it s where you should stop unless you are a true completist. The series most recent film, A Good Day to Die Hard, is the only PG-13 entry on the list, and without McClane s iconic Yippee-ki-yay, motherf ker, there s really no point pushing play.Where to watch: FandangoNOW (Discounted Bundle), Amazon,  iTunes, Vudu, GooglePlay. Die Hard and Die Hard with a Vengeance are streaming now on CinemaxGo; Live Free or Die Hard is streaming on the Starz app.The Fast Furious FranchiseWhat is it: Follow Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and his crew, which he calls his family, as they shift from illegal street-racing criminals to heist experts and then finally emerge as a new crime-fighting unit that tackles the world of espionage.How many hours: 15 hours and 57 mins. Starts with: The Fast and the Furious (2001) Ends with:  Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw (2019) Best way to watch: As Dom and everyone in the Fast franchise says – quite often – this is about family. So, if you re looking for something to skip, it s hard to imagine who you d want to kick out one of the family – though, let s be honest, 2 Fast 2 Furious is definitely not Dad s favorite. Without Vin Diesel, that entry can barely call itself a Fast and Furious movie, and the 2009 series soft reboot, Fast Furious, is not much better and an easy call to skip, as well. We would caution against skipping third entry Toyko Drift; its charms are significantly more than its 37% Tomatometer score would suggest (something we wax about in our book Rotten Movies We Love). Not to spoil anything, but when we finally get Fast 9 in 2021, you ll need to have seen Tokyo Drift to understand everything fully – check out #JusticeForHan after you finish the series, and you will understand. Where to watch: FandangoNOW, Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, GooglePlay. Hobbs Shaw and Fast Five are streaming on HBOnow; Fast 6 is streaming on FXnow.Rocky FranchiseWhat is it: Follow Philly underdog boxer-turned-champion, Rocky Balboa, as he battles various fighters in the ring, as well as his own issues outside of it, and later trains the next generation of champions.How many hours: 14 hours and 55 minutes. Starts with: Rocky (1976) Ends with:  Creed II (2018)Best way to watch: This one s real simple: trust us and skip Rocky V. Just pretend it didn t happen; we re pretty sure Sylvester Stallone did. Where to watch: FandangoNOW (Discount Bundle), Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, GooglePlay. Rocky Balboa is streaming on the Starz app; Creed II is streaming on Hulu and Amazon.Harry Potter / Wizarding World FranchiseWhat is it: The franchise based on JK Rowling s phenomenally successful novels follows the adventures of Harry Potter, an orphan-turned-famed wizard, the evil He Who Must Not Be Named, and the Wizarding World they inhabit.How many hours: 24 hours and 6 minutes. Starts with:   Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016) Ends with:  Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001) Best way to watch: As this is a British series, allow us to put this as politely as possible: Fantastic Beasts is simply not quite on form. The first entry is saved by Eddie Redmayne and mesmerizing magical effects; the second entry is the first and only Rotten flick from the Wizarding World and very skippable at this stage. The original seven films are near perfect, but if you wanted to pass over The Chamber of Secrets you wouldn t miss much – you won t be too confused later in the series. (Though if watching as a family, this is one the kids tend to like.) If you follow that suggestion, you can finish the entire series in one day.Where to watch: FandangoNOW (Discount Bundle), Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, GooglePlay. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is streaming on HBONow.X-Men Franchise华体会网页登录Earlier this year, the pop culture frenzy that is San Diego Comic-Con opted to go entirely free and entirely online, re-christening itself as Comic-Con@Home and offering fans a Zoom-ified version of what they might normally see at the annual event. Not to be outdone, DC Entertainment is offering a unique streaming experience unlike anything they ve done before also free, and also entirely online called DC FanDome.Initially conceived and promoted as a single 24-hour event, DC FanDome has expanded to accommodate fans who won t be able to see everything they want to see (you can read more about that here). But the main event will happen on Saturday, August 22, when viewers can tune in to the Hall of Heroes, which will cover most of DC Entertainment s tentpole properties, from their big-budget film franchises and a couple of their TV series to video games, comic books, and more. There will be a lot to take in, so if your time is limited, or you just don t want to sit around waiting for the next cool thing to happen, here are the 10 Hall of Heroes panels you probably won t want to miss.Wonder Woman 1984When: 10:00 am (PT)Length: 25 minutesDC FanDome will kick off with a bang with this panel dedicated to the highly anticipated follow-up to 2017 s Wonder Woman. Director Patty Jenkins and stars Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig, and Pedro Pascal will be on hand to answer fan questions and share a new sneak peek at the film. The panel description also promises a few more surprises, so you might want to make sure you catch it in case something big drops.Introducing Flash (Film)(Photo by Clay Enos/©Warner Bros. Pictures)When: 11:40 am (PT)Length: 10 minutesThe Flash standalone movie has been batted around in development since 2013, and we aren t officially getting that movie until 2022, but the fact that producer-director Andy Muschietti (It, It Chapter Two), his wife and producing partner Barbara Muschietti, screenwriter Christina Hodson (Birds of Prey), and star Ezra Miller are all showing up for this brief, 10-minute panel indicates they ll have some important things to say and possibly show, if Andy Muschietti s brief appearance in the trailer above is any indication about the upcoming film.The Suicide Squad(Photo by DC Entertainment)When: 11:55 pm (PT)Length: 30 minutesWriter-director James Gunn has been talking up his FanDome panel quite a bit, leading up to the event, and you know if he s excited, it s proba

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The frontpage in 1998. One problem: Senh had left Design Reactor and taken Rotten Tomatoes with him. The site was still hosted on Design Reactor s servers, but the trio decided that Senh would leave the company to devote himself to his passion project, and be replaced by a new Creative Director. Senh left the Bay Area and went back to Sacramento, but the accumulative work burnt him out. Even Rotten Tomatoes – where everything was still manual and included treks to the library to copy review quotes from newspapers – had lost its luster. The site stopped being updated for several weeks. People wrote in asking what was happening. Perhaps, Senh thought, he’d take a crack at his original love: Filmmaking.Senh got in touch with two Sacramento high school friends: Bobby Ly, an accountant who clerked at his family s Chinese video store where Senh rented Hong Kong movies, and Binh Ngo, who at the time was working the night shift at a veterinarian clinic. Bobby would nominally update Rotten Tomatoes, while Senh and Binh set out to shoot a movie, using Robert Rodriguez’s Rebel Without a Crew – which chronicles the director’s early and frugal days in the industry – as a guide and bible. The plan was to adapt horror novelist Dean Koontz’s novel Fear Nothing, whose protagonist has xeroderma pigmentosum, a genetic disorder that causes severe sunburn and skin pigmentation after brief daylight exposure, something that would facilitate many night shoots. After a few weeks, they had enough footage to show to close friends and family, including Binh’s sister, whose response was blunt: “This is horrible.”“How did that feel?” I asked Senh.“Not good,” he says, laughing.Did negative reviews save Rotten Tomatoes? Maybe, but both Bobby and Binh had convinced Senh that Rotten Tomatoes was still worth pursuing. The three resumed work on the site. Fear Nothing remains un-adapted.Léolo, which inspired the Rotten Tomatoes name, and A Bug s Life, whose site traffic suggested RT was being making an impact in the industry. (Photo by Pixar/Courtesy Everett Collection)Cut to early 1999, with the dotcom bubble in full bloom. I could tell because I was in high school in San Jose, the heart of Silicon Valley, and traffic was getting worse every day. Modern life had evolved computers from luxury to necessity, and mass adoption of the Internet was connecting the world in an unfathomably exciting new way. And with that, new opportunities to get rich. An idea, presented well enough, was enough to get venture capitalists to rattle their bank accounts for cash to invest, as a billion dollars in frenzied speculation transformed the Bay Area.Design Reactor was growing, significantly helped along by a deal with Disney to create and maintain everything Disney Channel online. Things were going well enough that they hired a CFO, Lily Chi, and a Marketing Director, Paul Lee, who had actually been one of Design Reactor’s co-founders.Still, people weren’t exactly tripping over themselves to invest in a web design firm. It was the ’90s. They wanted edgy, extreme. Rotten Tomatoes was identified as the breakthrough Trojan horse. Senh accepted an offer from Patrick and Stephen to reunite, bringing Binh and Bobby with him. Patrick, who was the best of the group when it came to working with people and managing relationships, raised .2 million across 1999. Rotten Tomatoes aimed to be incorporated January 2000. Design Reactor and its business would be taken over by another company in San Jose at that point. All 25 of its current employees elected to make the jump over to Rotten Tomatoes the next year.Meanwhile, with Rotten Tomatoes back in the fold, Design Reactor’s Susan Nakasora was brought over to RT right away. She had an English degree, and her job was to copyedit everything on site, including the quotes from reviews that you see on a movie’s page. Binh, relatively along for the ride, was installed as Rotten Tomatoes’ first editor-in-chief, though most of the writing involved creating spotlight copy on the homepage pointing to movies around the site. This was the start of the editorial team at Rotten Tomatoes.Binh, jokingly reflecting on the job, told me: “I kept on thinking that I only wrote two sentences through all my time there: ‘Click here’ and ‘Read more. ”(It wouldn’t be until November 2004 that Rotten Tomatoes would expand into news coverage, with features, interviews, and more. The first article we posted reported on development rumors of a Halo movie. Some things never change.)During this time, publicists began inviting staff to early movie screenings. Binh and Senh recall showing up and being denied entry the first few times, as studio representatives believed their invites to be fake. Binh presumes this was because they were fresh-faced Asians in a white male-dominated field, though Senh takes a broader interpretation.“They were generally wary of online critics and treated them as second-class citizens,” Senh says. “That was one of the reasons why I wanted to feature online critics on the Tomatometer.”THE MARKET CRASHES, BUT AN OFFICE MOVE-IN, SHOWBIZ FRIENDS, AND DIABLO LATE-NIGHTS GO A LONG WAYPatrick Lee in 2017. (Photo by Maggie West)January 2000: Three months before the dotcom bubble burst. Time to incorporate Rotten Tomatoes. One investor who was part of the .2 million angel funding had gotten cold feet, but Disney paying up on accounts receivable as Design Reactor was spun off to independence netted the team another million. Early after incorporating (under the name Incfusion, because something called Rotten Tomatoes was not considered a legitimate business), Patrick brokered a deal to have mySimon.com, a price search engine, integrated onto the site. Though no one could know it at the time, the monthly income from the deal would be crucial to RT’s imminent survival.On April 14, the bubble officially burst as the Nasdaq dropped 9% in one day. By the end of the week, the loss would be 25%, and by the end of the year, .75 trillion in Internet stock will have evaporated. Traffic in the Bay Area returns to normal.A 13-digit loss in market valuation spooked investors and the money dried up from the landscape. As other startups started dying overnight, the Rotten Tomatoes team knew hard decisions would have to be made.“At the end of the day, you can’t really fight the numbers,” Paul says. “We had an all-hands meeting, where we were honest with everybody that we have to start reducing headcount. We wanted to make sure that everybody had a chance to find something else. Because everybody was doing something very important, we had to downsize in a way that wasn’t disruptive to the business.”“We had to do what we had to do to stay alive,” Patrick says. “I remember it was 25, 21, 17, 14, 11, and then seven employees.”This was Senh, Patrick, and Stephen, the founders of Rotten Tomatoes; editorial members Binh and Susan; and CFO Lily with Marketing Director Paul.Stephen Wang in 2016. (Photo by Getty Images: Bloomberg / Contributor)More drastic measures would be taken. mySimon.com was not spared its fate as a dotcom casualty, and when that monthly income went away in 2001, Patrick and Paul opted to take no salary for the next six months. Everyone else took a 30%-50% pay cut. Patrick himself decided to move into the office.“Patrick and I were living off our savings, and one day, he had this idea that rent was his biggest expense,” Paul told us in our original oral history. “Using the justification that he was a neat freak (believe me, Patrick is borderline obsessive-compulsive when it comes to cleanliness), he kind of wondered aloud whether he could just simply move out of his apartment and live in the office.”Patrick recalled: “It wasn’t bad. We had those pretty nice couches that could expand out. I had a little fold-out mattress and a sleeping bag, so I was pretty well hidden in case a security guard came through.”Weekdays, they would work expanding the site. Weekends often saw casino trips to play poker, even down to Vegas, and hitting up the buffet line because food was cheap. Jet Li invited everyone to his house and treated them to magnificent Mongolian BBQ. Stephen got to know Ebert, and would travel to Chicago at his invitation to meet at film events he organized. A former employee who landed at Pixar got them tours and screenings at their campus down the street. And those late encounters with security at the office were never hard to explain because Senh, who disliked showing up before noon, would tinker on Rotten Tomatoes deep into the night. Some would stick around to watch movies, as others set up for that great gathering of those dotcom days: LAN parties.In our oral history, Susan recalled: “For a while there was an RT guild in World of Warcraft, consisting of several current (for that time) and past employees, plus some friends. The guild’s tabard symbol was a shape that somewhat resembled a tomato splat. Binh was awesome – a gnome warrior who wore a deep sea diving helmet.”“We would all end up playing Diablo II, until like two in the morning,” Patrick tells me. “Either fall asleep in the office or go home, and then do it again. And then on the weekends, Friday night, we would play until six in the morning, until we’re literally falling asleep at our computers.”Dance Dance Revolution was another favorite party game, which Binh suspects didn t ingratiate the team with their office neighbor the floor below.The brand was on the brink, and times were rough, but everyone still believed in Rotten Tomatoes as a viable business. They were devoted to the site, but also to each other, working on this shared mission and developing a small, unique Asian-American community in this dingy Bay Area office.Patrick’s hunch to keep your friends close after graduating was right. That was the uniqueness I felt when I first arrived – a lingering philosophy of kindness and generosity. I asked if anyone considered leaving.“No, not really,” Stephen says. “I just really enjoyed working on the project during those years. I enjoyed working with Senh and Pat and Paul. Despite all of the business challenges, the site continued to grow, the user base continued to grow. It was a steady path upwards.”There was a sense of family at Rotten Tomatoes, and for some it would become literal: Senh ended up marrying Binh’s cousin, while Susan married Patrick’s brother, Bryan.BETTER LUCK TODAY: THE SITE RECOVERS AND STARTS GIVING BACK TO ASIAN-AMERICAN CREATIVES

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3.17.1 7月喜迎Are there any negatives?  Peele s Twilight Zone feels neither like the best of Peele nor much like The Twilight Zone. It s a mismatch of talents that, in the four episodes provided to critics, falls short of justifying its presence. — Daniel D Addario, Variety The 2019 Twilight Zone often dabbles in topics that are painfully relevant to today, but the real tragedy is, they were just as prevalent in Serling s time, too. Our progress has been minimal. — Chris Evangelista, Slashfilm It’s frustrating to see The Twilight Zone end up on CBS All Access instead of cable TV. While CBS gives primetime slots to conservative crime procedurals like NCIS and CSI, it cloisters away its best (and most racially diverse) programming on a subscription service that most people just aren’t going to pay for. That’s why Star Trek: Discovery isn’t the pop culture touchstone it should be, and why The Good Fight isn’t widely recognized as the best ongoing political drama of the Trump era. Maybe Peele’s brand is strong enough to invite an influx of new subscribers, proving CBS’s strategy right. — Gavia Baker-Whitelaw, The Daily DotAny final thoughts? (Photo by Robert Falconer/CBS) Like Peele s films, the show works on multiple levels, weaving together the personal and the political to craft characters as nuanced as its themes. — Judy Berman, TIME Magazine That this series has already figured out that it can be political simply by virtue of the stories it tells, the points of view it adopts, and the actors it employs is further proof that magic can happen in The Twilight Zone. — Matt Zoller Seitz, New York Magazine/VultureLike this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
It’s the first ever director face-off in our Vs. series, and it’s an epic battle between two of the most influential filmmakers of our time – especially when it comes to action and sci-fi cinema. In the one corner you have Sir Ridley Scott, the man who gave us Alien, Blade Runner, Gladiator, and… The Counselor. (Mean, we know.) In the other corner is James Cameron, the man who gave us Aliens, The Terminator, Titanic, and… Piranha II: The Spawning. (Really.) Which director comes out on top when it comes to box office, Tomatometer and Audience Score, influence, and more? Rotten Tomatoes Contributing Editor Mark Ellis is crunching the numbers and making the big calls and, as ever, if you don’t agree with the verdict, let us know in the comments.Thumbnail images by Everett Collection and ©Fox 2000 courtesy Everett Collection
(Photo by © Buena Vista Pictures/ Courtesy: Everett Collection)For many, Sister Act 2: Back In the Habit is a movie with pretty much everything: An incredible lead star in Whoopi Goldberg, rousing musical numbers to spare, next-gen talent destined for greatness (hello, Lauryn Hill!), and – with its triumph-over-adversity and pursue-your-dreams themes – so many feels.And yet at the time of its release, the critics weren t feeling it. The beloved comedy sequel, which came out just a year and a half after the super-successful original, was largely dismissed as a retread not just of that first film, but of the inspirational teacher inspires inner-city kids genre more generally. It has a current Tomatometer score of just 17%, and it s been much lower than that in the past.That score has not gone unnoticed. Not by Buzzfeed Australia, not by the latest guest on our new podcast, and not by a slew of 90s kids, who have told us in no uncertain terms in comments, Audience reviews, and at bars when we tell them where we work, that when it comes to Sister Act 2, Rotten Tomatoes Is Wrong. And so yes, we had to talk about it and record ourselves as we did.Listen Now:  Spotify |  Apple Podcasts  |  Stitcher  |  TuneIn  |  Google Podcasts | Radio Public | Deezer | iHeart | Art19In the latest ep of our new podcast, Rotten Tomatoes Is Wrong, we re bowing our heads in deep reflection and asking why this film that so many Millennials worship so adoringly was deemed by critics to be such a sin against cinema. Hosts Jacqueline Coley and Mark Ellis are joined by Maikiko James – Director of Programs at Women In Film and movie lover whose favorite film ever just happens to be Sister Act 2 – to sing the praises of the movie s soaring musical numbers, its deep bench of future superstars, and get into the Whoopi of it all. Crucially, they ll also ask whether Back In the Habit – a landmark for representation in mainstream American film at the time – ever stood a chance, given who was doing the reviewing for America s newspapers, radio stations, and networks when it was released.Be sure to check in every Thursday for a new episode of Rotten Tomatoes Is Wrong (A Podcast From Rotten Tomatoes). Each week, hosts Jacqueline and Mark and guests go deep and settle the score on some of the most beloved – and despised – movies and TV shows ever made, directly taking on the statement we hear from so many fans: “Rotten Tomatoes is wrong.”Check out episode one:  Rotten Tomatoes Is Wrong About  Spider-Man 3Check out episode two:  Rotten Tomatoes Is Wrong About  Mortal KombatCheck out episode three: Rotten Tomatoes Is Wrong About  Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal SkullIf 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.

Watch: Co-writer Annie Mumolo and director Paul Feig on the making of Bridesmaids above.In 2019, Rotten Tomatoes turns 21, and to mark the occasion we’re celebrating the 21 Most Memorable Moments from the movies over the last 21 years. In this special video series, we 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. In this episode of our ‘21 Most Memorable Moments’ series, Bridesmaids co-writer Annie Mumolo and director Paul Feig remember the notorious food-poisoning scene and the fantasy sequence from the original script that it replaced. VOTE FOR THIS MOMENT IN OUR 21 MOST MEMORABLE MOVIE MOMENTS POLLTHE MOVIE: Bridesmaids (2011) 90%Few comedies have rocked the movie industry like Bridesmaids did back in 2011. From the first draft of the script to a South by Southwest debut that had Hollywood talking, to a mega opening weekend and multiple Oscar nominations, this was always going to be a special comedy for the beginning of the new decade. But what makes the story of out-of-luck bridesmaid Annie (Kristen Wiig) stand out from so many other buzzy and celebrated comedies is that its impact has lasted, and continues to this day – not just in the career boosts it gave its leads and director, but in the way it changed the playing field for female-driven comedies and the creative minds who wanted to make them. It all started, according to co-writer Annie Mumolo, with an exciting meeting with a Hollywood producer… that never ended up happening, and her own experience as a “perpetual bridesmaid.”“That planted the seed for us. We thought, ‘Oh, maybe we should write something together.’ Annie Mumolo:  Kristen [Wiig] and I had been writing and performing together at the Groundlings for years. We had an instant sort of chemistry there and we just had a lot of success with our sketches that we wrote together. So at one point a Hollywood producer approached us after a show and said, ‘You guys, you two have really good chemistry. I d love to have a meeting with you.’ At the same time, we had been talking about ‘maybe we should think of writing a movie sometime.’ And when he approached us we were very excited, [and] we exchanged information. Then we called him and he never called us back. That was it – I don t know. A bizarre thing. But it kind of planted the seed for us. We thought, ‘Oh maybe we should write something together.’ Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo (who featured in a scene) in Bridesmaids (Photo by Suzanne Hanover/©Universal Pictures)“Everyone I knew was getting married. All my cousins and friends. And I was a perpetual bridesmaid.”Mumolo: At the same time, everyone I knew was getting married. All my cousins and friends. And I was a perpetual bridesmaid. I was encountering all kinds of characters in my adventures. So we started talking about that idea and that was where it started. One moment that I think the whole emotional anchor of the movie came from was a moment [at my friend’s] wedding reception. You know how there s that big dramatic run out of the building, and they get into their car and drive away? And everyone s celebrating? I remember my last friend that got married, and the feeling I had as they ran out, got into their car – it was this very deep feeling of being left behind. I just remember standing there. You re very happy for them, and you want this to be happening to them, but you have this complicated sort of feeling. Because it makes you question, ‘Am I doing what I should be doing?’ “Within five minutes I got a call from Judd saying, ‘Alright we re going to do this.’”Paul Feig:  It was in 2007, I was working on another movie and Judd [Apatow, who produced Bridesmaids] called me up and said, ‘Hey, we re doing a reading of this script that Kristen Wiig wrote.’ Kristen had just been in a movie I did called Unaccompanied Minors, and it was the first time she had ever been in a movie and I just loved her. I thought she was so funny, so I went to that script read. (One of the ironies is that Melissa McCarthy was one of the people reading, but she was reading other roles; she wasn t even reading that role.) I d always been wanting to do much more female-led comedy and projects in general, so after the read we all gave Kristen and Annie a bunch of notes and all that. Then I was busy with my movie, and then I would check in with Judd about that one occasionally, and he was, ‘Oh we re not sure what s going on yet,’ and then a year-and-a-half later he basically said, ‘It looks like it’s dead.’ [I said] ‘That s such a bummer because it was such a great chance to have all these great women [in a film together].’ Then it was 2010 when I got a call from my agent saying that that movie was actually going to go. They put me on list of possible directors to Judd and within five minutes I got a call from him saying, ‘Alright we re going to do this.’ Paul Feig and Kristen Wiig on the set (Photo by Suzanne Hanover/ ©Universal Pictures)“I believed so strongly from the beginning there was an audience for this. I just knew it.”Mumolo: All women that I know are very, very funny in their own way. And we really wanted to tap into that. I believed so strongly from the beginning there was an audience for this. I just knew it. And so did Judd. I remember there was an article I found, like in Entertainment Weekly or something, at some point, that said women make up to 60% of the moviegoing audience and yet there were no movies [being made for them]. This was back then; there were not a lot of movies that featured women. The women always in comedy tend to be sort of just an accessory: The wife holding a tray of lemonade, and [saying], ‘Honey, you re not going to go be crazy again are you? Uh-oh. The sort of baking, no-opinion woman who just stands there and holds lemonade. Or is always just watching her crazy, funny male partner have all the fun and be funny. But that was because you write what you know. And when men are writing movies, they write what they know. So we really just wrote what we knew. We didn t set out to make any grand statements or anything. We just felt like this should be done. So we did it. THE MOMENT: Food Poisoning Strikes at the Bridal StoreFeig recalls clearly the gory details of Bridesmaids’s most infamous scene – in which, after eating at a Brazilian restaurant chosen by Annie in an effort to upstage her rival Helen (Rose Byrne), the bride and her bridesmaids are struck down by food poisoning and proceed to s—t and vomit all over the bathroom of an upscale bridal store (and in one case, on the street outside). The filmmakers designed a pristine white set on which to stage the carnage, and made buckets of vomit from oatmeal, chopped peas, carrots, and other vegetables for maximum gross-out effect. It was to be the movie’s big “water cooler” moment, and it was one that was both hilarious and groundbreaking – these were comic actresses going for it in the kind of scene only men had been allowed to play in the past. But it was a somewhat controversial sequence behind the scenes: the dress-shop moment played out very differently in Wiig and Mumolo’s original script – no oatmeal was required – and the two writers were not eager to change directions. At least at first.“Naturally she sees Christian Bale there, who’s chopping wood without a shirt on…”Mumolo: We had a fantasy sequence where they go into the dress shop, and Kristen s character tries on this dress and she has this fantasy that when she wears this dress, she s all of a sudden in a castle. And all the men at the wedding are fawning over her. There s so many of them wanting her so badly [that] just to escape from the castle she goes running out into this field and runs into the forest. And she naturally sees Christian Bale there, who’s chopping wood without a shirt on. And they end up on a bearskin rug, and he was combing her hair, and it was this expansive sequence of her little love affair with Christian Bale. In the meantime, [back in the real world] Helen gets the women to get the dress she wants because Annie is caught up in her fantasy. So that was the original [scene]. And then I think Judd said at one point we ll never get Christian Bale to do this. And then we tried to put in Matt Damon and then we re like, As if we re going to get Matt Damon to do this.’ He was concerned we weren t going to get anybody to do it. And also he felt it needed harder comedy there, rather than what we had. So, we sadly let that go. We did not want to let that go. We loved that sequence. (Photo by Suzanne Hanover/ ©Universal Pictures)“This sequence doesn’t have enough hard comedy.”Feig:  [The scene] was very funny but when we were in the re-write process, we all kind of felt like well maybe there s something that s a little more real-world that we can do with this that doesn t involve a fantasy sequence. It just came from a lot of talk about, ‘Well, what is her problem?’ Her problem is she doesn t have any money but she s trying to keep up with Helen and trying to look like she can outdo or match Helen and all these opulent things that Helen is doing for Lillian [played by Maya Rudolph]. And it just became, ‘Well what if she overextends herself and takes them to a restaurant that s cheap but she passes it off as being a great place?’ Mumolo:  I think what Judd said was, ‘This sequence doesn t have enough hard comedy.’ It was a Friday night, and we had until Monday. He said, ‘Go write something that ends with they all get food poisoning and Megan s ts in the sink.’ I think [that] is what he said. Of course, when you hear something that way … it’s not going to sit well in the beginning. We went off and did our version. We had to sort of bring the female perspective into how a woman would deal with having food poisoning and trying to cover it up. On the day we started shooting it, while we were shooting it, we started feeling much more at peace with it. We both felt much more relieved, seeing how Paul handled it and seeing his approach to it. And Judd said we re going to shoot many versions of this, from the most conservative to the most – what s the word – the most extreme. “The funniest thing was just how everybody handles it up until the point when it all falls apart.”Feig:  I know when that idea was come up with, Kristen was kind of like, ‘Wait what? What s going to happen?’ Because – very rightfully so – she was nervous that Judd and I, two guys who come from the  rough and tumble world of comedy, were going to turn it into a guy s version of a woman s movie. And that s a very, very real concern. But we always just told her… this is the emotional reason why this is here and so this will illustrate this point in a very funny way and also in a way that will showcase her comedy. We wanted a big, physical water cooler scene set piece, as they call it in comedy, that could be super funny and active and really get some attention. But also none of us wanted to do a scene which is just going to be mayhem for mayhem s sake. To us the funniest thing was just how everybody handles it up until the point when it all falls apart. Will [Annie] admit to her enemy that she did something wrong? And so that s really what that scene s about. It could ve easily just been, oh everybody s throwing up and s tting and all of that, and shot at crazy wide angle lenses and just going far, far, far. But it just wouldn t have been funny without being grounded by the fact that there s Annie in the middle of it as everything is falling apart around her and all the evidence points to the fact that she really screwed up badly and she just won t admit it. Wiig with Rose Byrne who played Helen (Photo by Suzanne Hanover/ ©Universal Pictures)“It took about eight or nine test screenings to get the exact math right.”Feig: We shot more sequences, too, where Becca [Ellie Kemper] runs in and finds everybody and the bathroom s full with everybody throwing up, [and] she goes running down the hall thinking there s another bathroom at the end and runs into Whitney – the woman who runs the dress shop – throws opens the door of her office thinking it s a bathroom and projectile vomits across this pristine, white office. And all over this wedding photo of Whitney and her husband. That was one of the first ones we cut out because when we put the sequence together, we re like OK, that s just a bridge too far. At that, we re just settling, just letting the grossness drive us and not the emotional underpinning. But honestly it took about eight or nine test screenings to get the exact math right on that dress shop sequence, because there was some we let go a little too long and others we made too short. It was really having to discover how far we could push the audience without them turning on us. We found we could actually push them pretty far. THE IMPACT: Turning on the Green lightBridesmaids earned 8 million at the global box office and picked up two Oscar nominations: one for Melissa McCarthy for her star-making turn as Megan, and one for co-writers Mumolo and Wiig for Best Original Screenplay. Those numbers and accolades are rarely seen for R-rated comedies – particularly those with scenes that require so much oatmeal. But it’s those numbers that shook the industry. With Bridesmaids proving false the long-held assumption that female-led comedies couldn’t make money, there was a shift. Blockers, Girls’ Trip, Rough Night, Pitch Perfect, Spy, The Heat, and more films would follow; movies where strong friendships took center stage and romance was absent or secondary, movies where women could be flawed, and real, and funny. Many would say the shift hasn’t been big enough, but Bridesmaids showed many in power what Mumolo had known all along: there was an audience for this movie and more like it. We jumped in the car and drove to the ArcLight in Hollywood and found a packed theater just absolutely rocking with laughter.”Feig: Our budget was .5 million and we were told we had to make million opening weekend or else we d be considered a failure. We were tracking to make million and so I was walking around that week just despondent. It was only [better] as the matinees went on [opening] Friday, when the calls starting coming in like, ‘Well it s actually looking more like 15’ and then, ‘Oh well maybe it might be 17.’ I invited Melissa and her husband Ben [Falcone] over to our house for dinner. The four of us, with my wife, we’re all sitting around having dinner as day went into evening and I started getting emails – ‘Well it s actually looking like million,’ then
Charles Dickens  A Christmas Carol is one of the most-adapted tales in the history of the English language, and Steven Knight, creator of gritty period series Peaky Blinders and Taboo, is the latest talent to have taken on the task.We all know the story: crotchety miser Ebenezer Scrooge has a Christmas Eve night visitation from his dead former partner Jacob Marley, who warns him of three ghosts who will attend him as he walks through visions of Christmases past, present, and future.This new FX presentation, directed by Nick Murphy (The Awakening), stars Guy Pearce as Scrooge and Andy Serkis as a grumpy Ghost of Christmas Past and promises a darker take on the 1843 novella that made a superstar of its author: A Christmas Carol is a spine-tingling immersion into Scrooge s dark night of the soul, the promotional materials promise. It is a darker retelling. There s no question, Serkis told Rotten Tomatoes. It s a unique retelling in that respect because Scrooge in this is not some sort of old miser character. He s actually a tough businessmen who is in denial and doesn t want to really engage with his own moral relativism. We caught up with the stars to get a feel for the new adaptation — and it indeed feels scary. Here are five ways this Christmas Carol one-ups previous efforts.1. This Cool Scrooge Resonates With Modern Audiences(Photo by Kurt Iswarienko/FX)Scrooge is not as crotchety here as in previous interpretations of the character; in fact, the character may resemble more real-life people than ever before. Pearce offered a personal assessment of his character. They really wanted somebody this time who still had been affected in life the way that we know Scrooge has been, but that his demeanor and his presence in the world was more of a businessman, as a leader who is a kind of a cocky, confident, swaggering kind of asshole, basically, Pearce told Rotten Tomatoes. I think it was important for Nick, our director, and for Steven, our writer, to get away from the crotchety old man who exhibits on the surface the pain and damage that he s experienced in his life. And the fact that he s turned away from the world and plays somebody who s actually up front to the world and says, Come on, bring it on. Bring on your questions about who I am and what it is, because I ve got a really good response for you. And kind of like that, be a little bit more affronting and aggressive. And so, in a way, we still get to the point where we drag him through his past, and we make him look at the things he s done to people, and we crack open the soul that is a damaged soul. 2. This Ghost of Christmas Past Plays Dirty(Photo by Robert Viglasky/FX)But his Scrooge will face a harder fight in Knight s version, Pearce confirmed: It s a tougher journey because the Ghost of Christmas Past is a really hard nut to crack. The Ghost of Christmas Past is jaded, the character description offers. He’s been sent to make lost souls repent before, why should Scrooge be any different? He prods and pokes where it hurts, transforming himself into those known to his charge, finding a place of pain, shame and self-knowledge. But can he get Scrooge to recognize himself, and repent? 3. The Ghost of Christmas Present Has a Much More Personal Relationship With Scrooge(Photo by Robert Viglasky/FX)Charlotte Riley appears as the Ghost of Christmas Present, while Jason Flemyng is the Ghost of Christmas Future. Both ghosts are updated here with new twists on the characters. She plays my sister who has died some years before, Pearce said, and she has now come back as the Ghost of Christmas Present. And — particularly after the ruthlessness of Andy Serkis Ghost of Christmas Past, who shape-shifts into all sorts of characters through my past, and he s really tough on me — then she comes in as the Ghost of Christmas Present, and it s my long lost dead sister, so it s so emotional and so touching and painful. And then it s capped off with Jason playing sort of ruthless again, but silent like the silent-killer kind of attitude, as the Ghost of Christmas Future. 4. Steven Knight s Take Is Indeed Chilling(Photo by Robert Viglasky/FX)One of the most unsettling features of the new story is how closely it hews to issues — and personalities — we face today, which is a very intentional choice. Serkis said he knew he was in for something special when he heard Knight was attached. When I heard that there was another version of Christmas Carol being made, I kind of thought, Wow, OK. Again? Another one?' he said. But as soon as I knew that Steven Knight was writing it, I knew that now, This is going to be an interesting take, because I knew this was going to be the beginning of a journey into his exploration of Dickens in other stories as well, which is the case. Knight and the stars had previously talked about stripping down the story, which Serkis expounded on for Rotten Tomatoes. When we say stripping down, it was more about not getting bogged down in the sort of tropes of a costume drama, Victorian drama, and allowing it to live afresh as a really contemporary piece of writing, he said. And therefore, and so, even though you re what you, of course, allowing the visuals, you do that work, you want to feel that the character is alive and very present and not sort of imagining what it might be like to have been alive in the 19th century. You re not doing that. You re actually saying these are people, people are people, and we still have the same issues, problems. We need to unpack the difficulties of the human condition in this, in a very modern way to make this story resonate with a fresh audience. 5. Serkis Costuming Challenge Continues Here Even If He s Not a CG-Enhanced Character(Photo by Robert Viglasky/FX)Serkis, known especially for his CG-enhanced performances like Gollum and Caesar in the Lord of the Rings and Planet of the Apes franchises, faced a different sort of challenge here. [The costume] was so heavy. It was like going from the sublime to the ridiculous. I couldn t possibly have more makeup or costume to bear, but it was great, actually. It was nice to play a character in the flesh, and it was a particularly challenging character, not least because it was like sensory deprivation actually wearing this costume. I had long locks of hair and an additional beard. I had an eye that I couldn t see out of. I had scars all over my face. I had long nails, so once I got into costume, I was able to kind of get into the character and stay there. I had to. To compound his costuming issues, they filmed in summer. It was pretty brutal at times, Serkis said. I just had to at least take the hat off and get the top layer off as much as I could. But — actor problems. A Christmas Carol airs Thursday, December 19 at 7:30 on FX.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
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The Suicide Squad is “insane.” That’s the most common word critics are using to describe the latest DC movie. The first reactions arrived on social media this week, and the over-the-top violence and comedy are the unanimous highlights of the supervillain team-up. Guardians of the Galaxy helmer James Gunn is said to be the perfect director of the material, bringing the best of both his Marvel and his Troma aesthetics together. That means a fun ensemble and hard-R gore. If you think you know what to expect after the last Suicide Squad film, you’re wrong.Here’s what critics are saying about The Suicide Squad:How hyped should we be for this movie?The Suicide Squad is TOTALLY INSANE and insanely cool.  Sean O Connell, CinemaBlendThe Suicide Squad is absolutely insane.  Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comThe Suicide Squad is gloriously insane and so, so fun… after watching it, you’ll think you might have dreamed it.  Drew Taylor, ColliderEasily the most fun I ve had with any studio release this summer season.  Mario Allegre, Próxima TandaIt is balls to the wall *bonkers* in very entertaining ways.  Kara Warner, People MagazineThe Suicide Squad is fantastic! A no holds barred, superhero/comics bonanza.  Fico Cangiano, CineXpressThe Suicide Squad is an epic all out war movie that demands to be seen on the big screen.  Dorian Parks, Geeks of ColorAbsolutely loved The Suicide Squad… Just a great movie.  Steve Weintraub, ColliderThe Suicide Squad is all kinds of kick-ass… Get excited!  Eric Eisenberg, CinemaBlend(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures/™ & © DC Comics)So it s full of surprises?Unpredictable in story, unique in style and full of risks. Fico Cangiano, CineXpressIt’s ballsy, unpredictable. Sean O Connell, CinemaBlendAn unpredictable blockbuster. Ian Sandwell, Digital SpySurprising in all the right ways. Vanessa Armstrong, SlashfilmExcellent twists and turns. Eric Eisenberg, Cinema BlendTons of surprises and things I wasn’t expecting. Steve Weintraub, ColliderThere’s nothing like it. Damn! Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comWill DC fans love it?This is the Suicide Squad we’ve been waiting for! Jimmy O, JoBlo s Movie NetworkThis is the best use of DC villains. Mind you, there aren’t a lot of predecessors. But THIS is what a Suicide Squad needs to be. Sean O Connell, CinemaBlendDC has another winner on its hands. Dorian Parks, Geeks of ColorWhat if we re not hardcore DC fans?Any doubts you might have over The Suicide Squad will vanish after the outrageous opening. Ian Sandwell, Digital SpySo this skeptic loved The Suicide Squad. Kara Warner, People MagazineEnjoyable for everyone — hardcore DC comics fans and newbies alike. Go see this movie. Vanessa Armstrong, Slashfilm(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures/™ & © DC Comics)How is the mix of comedy and action?Extremely funny. Steve Weintraub, ColliderWeird and wonderful! There are laughs aplenty. Jimmy O, JoBlo s Movie NetworkBig laughs, bigger action. Dorian Parks, Geeks of ColorAction and comedy to its fullest form. Wilson Morales, BlackFilmandTV.comHilarious. [The] action set pieces are insane. Fico Cangiano, CineXpressThe Suicide Squad is as funny, irreverent and violent as promised. Germain Lussier, io9.comHow violent is it?DC s goriest film to date. Wilson Morales, BlackFilmandTV.comThe film is the bloodiest DCEU film yet. John Nguyen, Nerd ReactorViolent as hell, raunchy, unforgiving. Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comThe Suicide Squad brings equal measures of gore and F-bombs, all in the name of dumb juvenile entertainment. Mario Allegre, Próxima TandaThe movie is super violent… a huge home fun for James Gunn. Steve Weintraub, ColliderThe Suicide Squad is probably the wildest, wackiest, bloodiest comic book movie I ve ever seen… not for the squeamish… I can see some thinking a scene may feel a little unnecessarily gross. But the film knows what it is. Feel like people have wanted a hard R and that s what you get. Kirsten Acuna, InsiderIf you re wondering whether James Gunn… would truly go there with the material and the R-rating, indeed they DO. Kara Warner, People Magazine(Photo by Jessica Miglio/™ & © DC Comics)So DC and James Gunn are a good fit?James Gunn definitely gives as much as he can for an R rati
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华体会网页登录 We re just going to say it: The TRON: Legacy soundtrack is one of the best pieces of movie music to grace theaters in decades. Scored entirely by legendary French electronic duo Daft Punk, it seamlessly combines more typical orchestral fanfare with the their signature synthwavey staccatos, and the result is both modern and sophisticated. There are moody synths and percussion moments like the theme of the movie s villain, and much of the score sounds like it was recorded using sounds from an actual computer.But Daft Punk don t let their reputation and background define their work on the film. Sure, they pull from their signature repertoire for the banger of a dance track that plays during their big cameo scene, but they also demonstrate a knack for big, emotional pieces that feel fully operatic, like an even moodier version of John Carpenter if he worked with an 85-piece orchestra. The whole album is a fantastic listen from beginning to end, and it likely saw heavy rotation in the collections of more than just film score nerds.The Film Is a Giant Allegory for Movie Sequels(Photo by ©Walt Disney Pictures)Though the plot of both Tron and Tron: Legacy are simple at their cores, they both keep their big allegories just barely hidden beneath the surface. The original film was about a world of anthropomorphic computer programs waiting for the day a human user would arrive and save them from the evil program ruling over them; when Flynn enters the Grid and does exactly that, he s regarded as a god. Legacy centers on Flynn s reunion with his son Sam (Garrett Hedlund), but the film utilizes that reunion to tell a story about Flynn the god and his creation, and likewise about a movie sequel and its predecessor.When Legacy reintroduces the audience to Flynn, he s living in exile in the Grid, cast out from its society by Clu — a program created in young Flynn s own image. Clu s entire purpose was to realize Flynn s vision of a perfect system; he s a reflection of a young Flynn s hubris and pride. So it makes sense that Clu would then try to purge everything he saw as imperfect — including his creator. In turn, Clu tries to be the creator of his own world by tearing everything down and building it back up to his liking, by eradicating the programs known as isomorphic algorithms or just ISOs and brainwashing everyone else into following him. Clu may be severely misguided, but his entire reason for existence was to carry out his creator s very specific bidding.In many ways, this creator/creation relationship is a mirror of the father/son one between Flynn and Sam. In the first act, we see Sam refuse to take his rightful place at his father s company s board, pranking them instead by stealing new products and releasing them for free before pulling a Batman-like escape from the building complex. Like Sam, Tron: Legacy also had to make its own name in the shadow of its predecessor s legend. Trying to please fans of the original while offering something to new audiences is a near impossible standard to meet, and the film itself seems to anticipate any blowback in the form of Clu — a creation that did everything its creator wanted and yet failed to please him.The Scenery-Chewing Is Delicious(Photo by ©Walt Disney Pictures)One of the biggest changes made in Tron: Legacy was Jeff Bridges portrayal of Flynn. In the original, he wasn t a hero. He went into the Grid to find evidence of a colleague stealing his code, but he didn t care for the programs. The fact that, mathematically, Sam should have already been born by the time of the first film but never appeared in it is a clever bit of retconning to make Flynn even more of an absentee jerk. But when we see him again in Tron: Legacy, he s part Steve Jobs, part The Dude from The Big Lebowski. And who doesn t love The Dude?Kevin Flynn turned from an ambitious programmer to a wise sage who won t abide people messing with my Zen thing, who reminisces about jamming and appreciates the miracle of bio-digital jazz. Bridges is clearly having fun with the character and the legacy the audience has in their head.Meanwhile, Michael Sheen shows up for a short but very memorable role as the shadowy nightclub owner Zuse, a digital love child of Ziggy Stardust and Frank-N-Furter from The Rocky Horror Picture Show. who swings his cane traipses through the End of the Line club fight scene like a cackling vaudevillian. It s as if he dropped in from the set of another film entirely, but somehow, it just works.It Manages to Recapture the Visual Marvel of the Original(Photo by Douglas Curran/©Walt Disney Pictures)The original Tron was praised for its groundbreaking use of computer-generated visuals, paving the way for everything from Pixar movies to Avengers: Endgame. Though Tron: Legacy suffers a bit from the uncanny valley effect when it comes to Clu, the film still manages to present a massive, vibrant world of its own.Remember the disc fights from the original Tron? The sequel reimagines them by amping everything up to 11 with high-flying acrobatics and pristine derezzing effects. Remember the then-revolutionary light cycle races? Legacy takes the concept three-dimensional with a huge set piece that twists and turns on a multi-level racetrack and even finds time to work in a dogfighting sequence that feels straight out of Star Wars.But the film also ventures beyond the Grid and depicts a sprawling, apocalyptic world with busy, shadowy streets and alleyways, vast deserts, and otherworldly mountains. Watching the light cycles for the first time may not be as groundbreaking as it was in 1982, but Tron: Legacy takes full advantage of the technological advancements of the past few decades to present a cutting-edge world you would want to live in. The film is glossy and designed to the teeth, and a decade after its release, it s still one of the slickest, most visually spectacular films to look at.Tron: Legacy was released in theaters on December 17, 2010.Thumbnail image by ©Walt Disney PicturesOn an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

This week s Ketchup brings you more headlines from the world of film development news, covering new titles like The Bodyguard, Gladiator 2, and Wonka.This WEEK S TOP STORYAPPLE WINS HEATED AUCTION FOR A CLOONEY AND PITT REUNION(Photo by ©Warner Bros. courtesy Everett Collection)Movie stars fake friendships on movie sets all the time, but one franchise in which the stars seemed to genuinely enjoy working together was Steven Soderbergh s Ocean s Eleven (and its sequels), and that included the franchise s three biggest stars, George Clooney, Brad Pitt, and Matt Damon. Over last weekend, the news broke that George Clooney and Brad Pitt were attached to star in an untitled thriller package that became the subject of a heated bidding war amongst such companies as Amazon, Annapurna, Apple, Lionsgate, MGM, Netflix, Sony, Universal, and Warner Bros. When the dust settled, the project was won by Apple Studios, which will reportedly give the film a robust theatrical release in addition to a likely release on Apple TV+ as well. The premise of the thriller is being kept secret, but the director who s attached is Jon Watts, who is coming off his hot streak as the director of all three Spider-Man movies starring Tom Holland. Critics generally loved both Spider-Man: Homecoming (Certified Fresh at 92%) and Spider-Man: Far from Home (Certified Fresh at 90%), and the third film Spider-Man: No Way Home (12/17/2021) suggests some multiverse-shaking changes for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. When the trailer for the latter dropped, it also broke Avengers: Endgame s record for most views in 24 hours, which indicates it ll likely be another hit when it debuts in December.Other Top Headlines1. TONY-WINNING PLAYWRIGHT REVEALS CHANGES FOR THE BODYGUARD REMAKE (Photo by Warner Bros. courtesy Everett Collection)Playwright Matthew Lopez became the first Latino writer to win the Tony Award for Best Play (for The Inheritance) Sunday night, and that was also an opportunity for reporters to find out more information on the high profile film project Lopez is working on right now. It was just two weeks ago that we learned Lopez was now working on the remake of the Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner 1990s classic The Bodyguard, and we now have a better idea of how Lopez is revisiting the premise. Lopez revealed that the singer in his version will be a young Latina performer, rather than the established star that Whitney Houston played in the original. Lopez elaborated, It’s about how her life has changed because she is an overnight sensation. In the 21st century, that means she’s in immediate need of protection. It s not yet known who Warner Bros. might be considering for the role of the singer or the title character.2. RIDLEY SCOTT PROMISES GLADIATOR 2 WILL BE NEXT AFTER HIS NAPOLEON MOVIE (Photo by ©DreamWorks courtesy Everett Collection)Prolific director Ridley Scott turns 84 next month, but he shows no sign of slowing down anytime soon, especially considering that he has two films being released in the next two months: The Last Duel (10/15/2021) and House of Gucci (11/24/2021). Scott is currently preparing to direct Joaquin Phoenix as Napoleon Bonaparte in the historical epic Kitbag for Apple Studios, but he s already making promises about the next film after that. Ridley Scott said this week that I m having [the next] Gladiator written now. So when I ve done Napoleon, Gladiator will be ready to go. If it s okay to spoil a movie that came out over two decades ago, several of the characters in Gladiator didn t survive, so it s unclear who will be featured in the sequel, since there were plenty of gladiators in ancient Rome to pick from. The Napoleon epic Kitbag is expected to be released in 2023, so we might get Gladiator 2 in 2024 or so.3. TIMOTHEE CHALAMET S WONKA PREQUEL ADDS THREE FAMOUS BRITS (Photo by Steve Mack, Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection)Timothée Chalamet s Dune remake is still a few weeks away from release (in the USA anyway), but he is already preparing to work on another ambitious project that revisits a popular character. Chalamet will be the third actor (after Gene Wilder and Johnny Depp) to play the title character in the prequel Wonka, which will be directed by Paul King, director of the Paddington movies, which are both Certified Fresh at 97% and 99%. The Wonka cast has been slowly growing over the past few weeks (including the addition of Jim Carter from Downton Abbey and Keegan-Michael Key), but this week it expanded impressively with the addition of three popular British actors. The new Wonka co-stars are Rowan Atkinson (Mr. Bean), Sally Hawkins (The Shape of Water), and Olivia Colman (The Favourite). Although Wonka has already started production, it sounds like it s going to need several months of post-production work, because Warner Bros. has scheduled it about 18 months away, on March 17, 2023.4. MICHAEL B. JORDAN TO PRODUCE ADAPTATION OF AWARD-WINNING BROKEN EARTH (Photo by JA/Everett Collection)Once they get to a certain level of success, many actors take on the role of producer as well, though not all of them are equally, well, productive. One actor-turned-producer who is keeping quite busy is Black Panther and Creed star Michael B. Jordan, who in just the three years since 2018 already has 12 projects on his IMDb page as producer. The latest one that his production company Outlier Society is taking on is Sony s adaptation of the three-time Hugo Award-winning sci-fi trilogy The Broken Earth by author N.K. Jemisin. The first book in the trilogy, The Fifth Season, introduces a post-apocalyptic future in which humanity is continually faced with devastating weather events. It s not yet known if Jordan also plans to appear in the films.5. THREE NEW CHARACTERS SHED LIGHT ON AQUAMAN AND THE LOST KINGDOM(Photo by ©Warner Bros.)Going into this week, we still didn t know much about the premise of the superhero sequel Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom (12/16/2022), except that Yahya Abdul-Mateen II s Black Manta will be one of the villains. But the addition of three new cast members offers a better idea of where the movie is headed. Indya Moore (Queen Slim) will play Karshon, who in the DC Comics is a Green Lantern villain and a shark endowed with intelligence and telepathic powers. Vincent Regan will play Atlan, an ancient ruler of Atlantis who gave the city its name, and Jani Zhao will play Stingray, who appears to be a new character created just for the film. Put it all together, and it sounds like Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom will feature flashbacks and characters that don t look entirely human.6. INDIGO GIRLS TO GET MAMMA MIA-STYLE MUSICAL GLITTER DOUBT (Photo by Effie Naddel/Everett Collection)They re still more common on stage than on film, but jukebox musical movies are growing in popularity. The subgenre is defined by its use of pop songs rather than original compositions, and very often, those songs are thematically connected, whether by genre or by artist. 2008 s Mamma Mia! (and its sequel), for example, used the songs of the pop group ABBA to tell its story. Now, the songs of the Indigo Girls will be used to similar effect in the LGBTQIA+ summer romance Glitter Doom, starring Alex Diaz and Alan Cammish as the titular characters. Other supporting characters will include Ming-Na Wen (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Missi Pyle (Galaxy Quest), and Lea DeLaria (Orange is the New Black), along with cameo appearances by Tig Notaro and the Indigo Girls (Amy Ray and Emily Saliers) themselves.7. TYLER PERRY AND BLUMHOUSE TEAM UP FOR THE FIRST TIME (Photo by Kristin Callahan/Everett Collection)On the creative side, people tend to identify films with directors more than producers, but there are indeed some producers who have established strong reputations. Two such examples are Tyler Perry (who s also a writer, director, and star) and Jason Blum, whose production company Blumhouse is one of today s most successful specialists in the horror and thriller genres. Perry and Blum are now teaming up for the first time on a thriller called Help, to be written and directed by Alan McElroy, whose credits as a writer include Star Trek: Discovery and The Vampire Diaries on television and the first Wrong Turn movie (but not the sequels). The premise of Help is being kept secret for now, but we do know that it s already scheduled to start filming in Atlanta in 2022.8. J.K. SIMMONS TO LURK IN THE WOODS AS EVIL KILLER (Photo by Daniel McFadden/©Sony Pictures Classics)Prolific character actor and Academy Award winner J.K. Simmons has played plenty of tough guys in film and TV (including his neo-Nazi character in HBO s OZ (Fresh at 92%). Simmons said this week that he didn’t want to play any truly scary bad guys when our kids were young, but now that his two children are in college, he has freed himself to unleash his inner villain. With that in mind, it was announced that Simmons will star as a sociopathic killer in the indie thriller The Woods, to be directed by Michelle Schumacher, who co-starred with Simmons in nine episodes of OZ but also directed him in her feature film directorial debut, 2017 s I m Not Here (Rotten at 38%). Simmons co-stars will include Allen Leech (Downton Abbey), Isabelle May, and Fernanda Urrejola, as he plays an evil killer who stalks a teenage girl suffering from anxiety due to a tragic event from her past. 9. MOVE OVER GARFIELD; HEATHCLIFF IS GETTING HIS OWN MOVIE TOO (Photo by Everett Collection)Pop culture is littered with characters that feel thematically similar. This is far from a new phenomenon, and you don t need to look any further than the newspaper funny pages to see the evidence. Garfield might be the most famous orange cat in the comic strips, but there was also Heathcliff, who was actually introduced in 1973, three years before Garfield. Legendary Entertainment, the production company behind recent movies like Godzilla vs Kong and the upcoming Dune remake, has acquired the film and TV rights to Heathcliff, which is now written and drawn by the nephew of the Heathcliff creator, Peter Gallagher. Gallagher will also act as producer alongside Steve Waterman, whose credits as producer include Stuart Little (Fresh at 67%) and the various Alvin and the Chipmunks movies.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News. 手游在推出了独有的几件全新装备的同时,还将端游中早就移除的电刀等装备重新搬了出来,为手游提供了更多的选择性。

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华体会网页登录 (Photo by FX, ABC, Netflix, HBO, The CW, BBC America)80 Top Shows to Binge for Black History MonthFor Black History Month, Rotten Tomatoes has rounded up the most bingeable Black-led TV and streaming shows across every genre.In comedy, we have modern sketch, sitcom, and variety series that tackle all aspects of Black American life: HBO s Insecure, IFC s Sherman s Showcase, and Comedy Central s Key Peele, for example. We also included classic sitcoms that remain some of the best examples of the genre, like The Jeffersons, 227, Living Single, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Moesha, and Martin.The list, produced in conjunction with our corporate chapter of the Black Employee Network, also includes critically-hailed dramas, like When They See Us, The Chi, and British titles Luther and Top Boy. There are titles from celebrated creators (Donald Glover s Atlanta, Steve McQueen s Small Axe film anthology, and Michaela Coel s I May Destroy You); award-show standouts (Watchmen, Euphoria, and Pose); and shows with seasons that are Certified Fresh at 100% (David Makes Man, A Black Lady Sketch Show, and P-Valley).While you ve probably seen many of the excellent titles on this list, there s no time like the present to start another binge or to make room on your streaming queue for a show you haven t discovered yet.Be sure to also catch some of the new premieres coming in February, including The Equalizer, starring Queen Latifah; Young Rock, based on the early days of action superstar Dwayne Johnson; Kenan Thompson s new NBC comedy, Kenan; FX docuseries Hip Hop Uncovered; and Netflix drama Ginny Georgia and reality series Buried by the Bernards.Related: Black History Month TV Calendar 2021We ll add more to this list as new shows become bingeable. Did we leave off one of your favorites in our list? Let us know in the comments.

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