Freeform has teamed up with Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle star (and former Barack Obama White House staffer) Kal Penn for a new unscripted series, Kal Penn Approves This Message, that will help reach out to Millennial and Gen Z voters. The series, which premieres September 22, is described as a smart, irreverent unscripted comedy series featuring funny field pieces and a sit-down between Penn and a featured guests. Topics will include voting basics, voter empowerment, the economy, and climate change.The CW is also hoping its viewers stay civically engaged with its new Vote Actually campaign, featuring PSAs starring the network s on-air talent encouraging the audience to register to vote, obtain a mail-in ballot if applicable and know the deadlines in their individual states.New Trailers: Hulu s Monsterland, Warrior, and MoreThe upcoming horror anthology Monsterland, set to debut October 2 on Netflix, released its first trailer this week. The creepy two-minute clip reveals just a portion of the mermaids, fallen angels, and other strange beasts that inspire the horror of the series, which comes from Mary Laws and is based on Nathan Ballingrud’s story collection North-American Lake Monsters. Stars include Kaitlyn Dever, Jonathan Tucker, Nicole Beharie, Kelly Marie Tran, Mike Colter, and many, many more.More trailers and teasers released this week:The trailer for season 2 of Cinemax s Warrior, which looks as badass as ever and premieres October 2.FX limited series A Teacher stars Kate Mara as the titular character and Nick Robinson as the high school student with whom she begins an extremely illegal relationship. It premieres November 10 on FX on Hulu.There are some major Black Mirror vibes in the trailer for AMC s new anthology series Soulmates, which premieres October 5.Apple TV+ s Israeli import Teheran debuts September 25 on the streaming service.Before Wynonna Earp returns to Syfy in 2021, catch up on season 4 starting with this new teaser.For all the latest TV and streaming trailers, subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel.Casting: Jessica Chastain Takes on a Country Music Legend, Creepshow Returns, and more(Photo by Richard Olley/Columbia Pictures)Jessica Chastain is headed to TV in George Tammy, a new limited series from Spectrum Originals and Paramount Network about country music power couple Tammy Wynette and George Jones and the complicated relationship that inspired some of the most iconic country music of all time. The series will air exclusively for Spectrum cable subscribers, and after a nine month window it ll air on Paramount Network and the forthcoming streaming service from ViacomCBS.Production on Season 2 of Greg Nicotero s Shudder horror anthology Creepshow is officially underway in Atlanta. New stars this year include Anna Camp, Keith David, Ashley Laurence, and Josh McDermitt.Titans Alan Ritchson will play the titular role in Amazon’s upcoming Jack Reacher series, about the former military man at the center of Lee Child s bestselling novel series. And don t worry — he ll continue playing a superhero on Titans, too.Saturday Night Live featured player Ego Nwodim has been promoted to full cast member for the late-night sketch comedy stalwart s 46th season.Denise Richards is leaving The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills after two seasons, according to Variety. The most recent season of the Bravo hit featured the actress fighting with her cast mates amid rumors of her hooking up with former Housewife Brandi Glanville, though Richards has denied the rumors.Karrueche Tran has joined the second season of BET s Games People Play, alongside Lauren London and series regulars Sarunas J. Jackson, Karen Obilom, Parker McKenna Posey, Jackie Long, and Kendall Kyndall.HBO Max s dog-grooming competition Haute Dog will feature celebrity dog groomer Jess Rona and Emmy nominee Robin Thede judging the canine makeovers, with comedian Matt Rogers hosting. It was filmed under strict COVID-19 precautions this summer and premieres Sept. 24.Production Development: A New Doogie Howser, the Latest black-ish Spin-off, And More(Photo by ABC)The black-ish universe is getting even bigger: ABC is eyeing a third spin-off from the network s long-running sitcom. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the newest installment would be old-ish, following Laurence Fishburne and Jenifer Lewis s characters. The new series would join the college-set grown-ish and the 80s-set prequel, mixed-ish.Doogie Howser, M.D. is getting a new look: Disney + announced it has ordered a rebooted version of the classic series about a teen doctor, this time starring a 16-year-old girl prodigy balancing a new medical career with life as a teenager. Doogie Kameāloha, M.D. is a 10-episode comedy following Lahela “Doogie” Kameāloha, a mixed race 16-year-old girl with an Irish mother and Hawaiian father who guide her (and sometimes complicate things) as she juggles her responsibilities. It s set in present-day Hawaii with showrunner Kourtney Kang at the helm.Starz s series adaptation of Blindspotting is a go: The network officially ordered a spin-off of the 2018 feature film from Daveed Diggs (Hamilton, Snowpiercer) and Rafael Casal (Bad Education, Are You Afraid of the Dark?). Both men will write and serve as executive producers, with Casal taking showrunner duties in addition to a recurring role. The series will focus on teacher Ashley (Hamilton s Jasmine Cephas Jones, who will also produce and was also in the original film), whose partner of 12 years was suddenly incarcerated, forcing Ashley and their young son to move in with his family.Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos have signed a deal with Lifetime to produce two new movies for the network s Ripped from the Headlines series. They ll serve as executive producers alongside Albert Bianchini in the two true crime-themed projects, which are scheduled to premiere in 2021.HBO Max has ordered a script for a series based on the Newberry Medal-winning mystery The Westing Game. The YA book follows the events that unfold when 16 people gather for the reading of eccentric, game-loving millionaire Samuel W. Westing s will.Amazon Teases The Wheel of Time Fans on Social MediaFantasy novel series The Wheel of Time is one of Amazon Prime Video s most anticipated upcoming adaptations — next to a little series called The Lord of the Rings, of course. The streamer served up a delectable tease to fans this week.“You want stories? Thom Merrilin declaimed. I have stories, and I will give them to you. I will make them come alive before your eyes.” #WOTonPrime pic.twitter.com/f0wlr3t7Sf The Wheel of Time on Prime (@WOTonPrime) September 9, 2020 其次是因为游戏本身的画风问题，使命召唤手游的画风源于使命召唤端游，风格更偏欧美玩家的审美，对于不少国服玩家来说，他们队使命召唤手游的画风根本提不起兴趣。出现这种问题，也不能怪制作人员，只能说是众口难调吧。
为了迎合手游节奏，每一场对局大概是在十几分钟左右。这也是这游戏最大的弊端吧。可能LOLM是想延续了LOL的风格，虽做出了一个有一定操作难度的游戏，但在快节奏的手游模式上，很难实现操作拉扯。破坏了游戏平衡性，游戏对局里出现怪力碾压的情况也不少见。永利电玩城279999When We Were Kings (1996) 98% Gibney says: So this was something where Leon Gast in 1974 was in Zaire while Muhammad Ali and George Foreman were there for their Rumble in the Jungle, one of the great fights in history. Gast was there to hang out with Ali, and that s where the most riveting footage comes from is: as Ali gathers all these kids who are rallying to his side, singing Ali bomaye. You see Ali, who had passed his prime as a boxer, but was at the height of his intellectual powers, that is just extraordinary to see now, so full of vitality, such a leader. And then in the fight itself, he wins the fight with his wits, his brain, not his brawn, though he ultimately knocks Foreman out. It s a great film, and there s something at the end that s particularly worth noting now: Ali was invited to the Harvard commencement, and gave a speech, a wonderful speech to the kids about making a difference and then somebody shouted out, Hey, Ali! Give us a poem. And Ali thinks for a second, and he says, Me. We. At this moment in time, it seems the perfect distillation of social distancing and isolation and how that can lead us to understanding and appreciating the collective. Critics Consensus: An engrossing documentary that s as much about a time and a place as it is about a fight.Stream now on DirecTV or MaxGo. Looking for more great shows and movies to binge? Head to Rotten Tomatoes Binge Central.Thumbnail images: John Lamparski/Getty Images; Rialto Pictures; Everett Collection; Gramercy Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection; Roadside Attractions/Courtesy Everett Collection; Cinecom International/courtesy Everett Collection
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Best-Reviewed Musicals Music Movies 2020How does a Broadway juggernaut become a global phenomenon? Well, that would be with the help of Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda and streaming service Disney+. The filmed live recording of the Broadway musical Hamilton was moved up a year from its original 2021 release date because of the pandemic and gave those of us at home a much-welcomed gift and takes our award for Best-Reviewed Musical. Joining Hamilton on our list is another Disney+ release from over the summer – Beyoncé s highly anticipated visual album Black is King. The first feature-length film directed by a Filipino woman and released by a major studio, Yellow Rose, also made this list and is a must-see for its country ballad soundtrack and lead Eva Noblezada s touching performance.The order of the rank below reflects the Adjusted Score as of February 28, 2021. Scores might change over time.« Previous Category Next Category »
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7.57.5 7月喜迎King of the Crop: Captain Marvel Shines(Photo by Marvel Studios)Coming in right between other female-led hero movies (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and The Hunger Games) on the all-time chart, Captain Marvel scored a 3 million three-day haul, which included .7 million on Thursday. It was the 16th film to make at least million from Thursday night previews; eight of which are comic book adaptations and five of which belong to Marvel. It was also the third highest opening ever in March behind Beauty and the Beast (4.7 million) and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (6 million). But now comes the word-of-mouth test.Only three films have ever opened to 0 million or more and failed to reach 0 million. They were Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Spider-Man 3, and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2. They were all sequels, though, so the Captain has a little history on her side. Wonder Woman opened to 3 million and nearly pulled off a 4x multiple with a final gross of 2.5 million. Captain Marvel already has a slight edge and we will continue to monitor its progress week to week on where it stands. Among Marvel films in the 70% range on the Tomatometer, Captain Marvel joins Thor, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Iron Man 2, and The Amazing Spider-Man.Top 10 and Beyond: Dragon and Madea Can t Compete, Apollo 11 Squeaks In(Photo by @ DreamWorks Animation)How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World dropped 51% to .6 million, joining a small collection of films to have between 9-120 million on their 17th day – Sex and the City, Hotel Transylvania 3, and San Andreas. Upping the total to the 1 million range, only the first Mission: Impossible film managed to climb to over 7 million, the haul for the second Dragon film. The third film currently looks to finish in the range of 0 million – or what Captain Marvel nearly did in just three days. It’s worldwide total stands at 5 million. A Madea Family Funeral had its expected 55% drop, but at the end of its second weekend, it is only behind four of Perry’s films – Madea Goes to Jail, Boo!: A Madea Halloween, Why Did I Get Married Too?, and Madea’s Family Reunion.As for the so-called #AlitaChallenge urging people to boycott one female-led superhero movie owned by Disney for another under a company soon to be controlled by Disney, Alita: Battle Angel dropped 55% and now has a domestic total of million and global tally of 2 million. Until that latter number leaps over 0 million, there is no sense talking about it being any semblance of a success story. Captain Marvel, meanwhile, has already grossed 5 Million worldwide. Speaking of space adventures though, Neon’s documentary, Apollo 11, continues to do strong business, grossing another .3 million in just 400 theaters, many of them IMAX. It has grossed .7 million to date.This Time Last Year: No Wrinkle for Panther(Photo by Walt Disney Pictures)A Wrinkle In Time nearly gave Black Panther some competition, but by the end of the weekend its .1 million was not enough to best the .8 million of the now four-time champion. The horror sequel, Strangers: Prey at Night, mustered up .4 million for third, but The Hurricane Heist (.02 million) and Gringo (.72 million) were both dead on arrival. The Top Ten films grossed at total of 3.1 million and averaged 59.9% on the Tomatometer. This year’s Top Ten grossed an estimated 7.3 Million and averaged 72.4% in part thanks to the 100% approval of Apollo 11 as well as Fighting With My Family (92%) and How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (91%).On the Vine: Amusement Parks and A Sick Romance to Pose No Marvel Challenge(Photo by Paramount Animation)A great number of limited releases will be spread out around the country include the sci-fi thriller, Captive State, Keira Knightley s WWII drama The Aftermath, and Matthias Schoenaerts in the Sundance prison entry The Mustang. Falling behind the second week of Captain Marvel in wide release though will be Paramount’s animated amusement park comedy Wonder Park and Haley Lu Richardson in the sick-teen romance Five Feet Apart, neither of which are likely to be competing for the top spot at the box office.The Full Top 10: March 8-10Captain Marvel (2019) 79% – 3 million (3 million total)How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (2019) 90% – .7 million (9.66 million total)Tyler Perry's A Madea Family Funeral (2019) 11% – .05 million (.88 million total)The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part (2019) 84% – .83 million (.11 million total)Alita: Battle Angel (2019) 61% – .2 million (.35 million total)Green Book (2018) 77% – .49 million (.14 million total)Isn't It Romantic (2019) 70% – .41 million (.15 million total)Fighting With My Family (2019) 93% – .19 million (.66 million total)Greta (2018) 60% – .16 million (.25 million total)Apollo 11 (2019) 99% – .3 million (.78 million total)
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.
Watch: Haley Joel Osment on the making of The Sixth Sense 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, star Haley Joel Osment remembers the moment he said that iconic Sixth Sense line, I see dead people, the terrifying parts of that scene that were cut, and how it changed his life. VOTE FOR THIS MOMENT IN OUR 21 MOST MEMORABLE MOVIE MOMENTS POLLTHE MOVIE: The Sixth Sense (1999) 86%It’s easy, sometimes, to forget just how huge The Sixth Sense was. The movie that put director M. Night Shyamalan on the map – and drew all of those “next Spielberg” headlines that would hang over him for the next two decades – was the second biggest movie of 1999. And 1999, let us remind you, was no weak year for movies: The Sixth Sense made more money than Toy Story 2, The Mummy, and The Matrix at the domestic box office, and was only beaten out by a little prequel called The Phantom Menace. More impressive than what it earned, though, was how thoroughly Sixth Sense swallowed up the zeitgeist. If you didn’t know that – block your screens, under-a-rock–dwellers – Bruce Willis was dead all along, or couldn’t recite Haley Joel Osment’s famous line (whisper it with us: “I see dead people”), you had clearly checked out of pop culture. Here, Osment, who at age 11 was nominated for a Best Supporting Actor Oscar for his portrayal of Cole Sear in The Sixth Sense, recalls how he became involved in the movie, and how it shaped his life and career.“[The audition] was nerve-racking in a good way.” I think M. Night was auditioning people all over the country…[and] it was only with the third audition that I read for Night and everybody together at the same time. It was almost like doing a play ’cause I’d done it so many times in advance. It was nerve-racking in a good way. When the material is so good, the writing is so great, it’s emotionally affecting. Sometimes with acting you have to reach into your own history and your own life to find inspiration for feeling certain ways and that’s an effective way of doing things. But other times the scenes were just so well constructed that just by going through it you’re just kinda taken to the places you need to go. (Photo by Buena Vista Pictures/ Courtesy: Everett Collection.)“Seeing Bruce on screen was my first movie-going experience.” My parents told me that [Die Hard] came out the year I was born and my parents went out and saw the movie while I slept in a little baby carrier in the theater. So I guess that seeing Bruce on screen was my first movie-going experience technically. I was really familiar with his work and I loved Die Hard and actually I think The Fifth Element had just come out and I enjoyed seeing that. And I think Twelve Monkeys was about the same time.”“Night would dribble a basketball sitting in his director’s chair.”“The tone [on set] was really set by Night. He would dribble a basketball sitting in his director’s chair when they were setting up the lights for each scene because he was so relaxed and on such an even-keel. He was, I think, 28 when we shot that movie. And you know, handling all the pressure and stress that comes with doing something like that, he was just one of the most fun, calming presences on set. And I don’t think it would have succeeded without that.”THE MOMENT: I see Dead People Osment revealed to Rotten Tomatoes that he was glad Twitter didn’t exist at the time of The Sixth Sense’s release, and it’s not hard to see why. Even 20 years since its release, the scene in which Sear confesses to Bruce Willis’s Dr. Malcolm that he sees the dead is a GIF- and meme-maker’s dream. Clear away the fog of all those comic “takes” and the memorable Scary Movie spoof, though, and the scene maintains a palpable power and sense of dread. It’s expertly constructed – rewatching the film, it’s as if Shyamalan’s camera is screaming at us to get the big twist right then – and made memorable by Osment’s incredibly intense and mature performance. The actor says achieving that level of intensity wasn’t hard – a part of the scene that wouldn’t make the final cut helped him get into the character of the terrified ghost-seer.(Photo by David McNew Online USA / Getty)“There was an even-more morbid element to that scene that actually ended up getting cut out.”“I was just sitting in a bed, doing this scene with Bruce and we’re in… I think it was a decommissioned hospital, but it was a very realistic and creepy place and it was just very easy to put myself in that zone. There was an even-more morbid element to that scene that actually ended up getting cut out: When I tell Bruce my secret, [at] the last shot of the scene they pull back from my bed and you look out the window where you can see another entire wing of the hospital and in every window there is a person with some horrible injury or someone who’s gone pale because, you know, being in a hospital is a pretty heavy place for a ghost to linger around in this world. So, you pull back and you see all these people lined up on the other side of the frame. That was cut out of the movie, but everybody was on set that day with all this intense prosthetic makeup – horrible car accident victims and everything and people were all made up; that added an additional level of morbidness on set that day.”“Nobody’s on set saying ‘Oh, this is the big line. This is going to be a big part of this movie’s legend.’”“Nobody circled that line or highlighted it or put it on the call sheet as a tag line or something that would come to kind of symbolize the film. I think it took us all by surprise when it sort of had a life of its own after the movie came out. I remember shooting the scenes very well. And even in preparing that scene, and shooting it and doing all that. [But] nobody’s on set saying ‘Oh, this is the big line. This is going to be a big part of this movie’s legend.’ It was just a significant line [in terms] of what my character reveals to Bruce in that scene.”(Photo by David McNew Online USA / Getty)“I was lucky there was no Twitter at the time.”“It took a while for [the line] to become what it became, but eventually yes, after that first year it came out it kinda became… I guess you would call it a meme now. I was lucky there was no Twitter at the time – not just because the ending would have been spoiled for people once the movie came out. It’s wild, because even today, at the Dodger game a couple weeks ago, they had the inter-inning trivia games they play with the players on the big screen and Yasiel Puig did the line and I was like, ‘Oh wow!’ It comes when you least expect it.”THE IMPACT: A Meme, and A CareerSense remains the second biggest horror movie of all time, only surpassed by the remake of Stephen King’s It in 2017. Watching the film again 20 years after its release, it’s not hard to see why it held the world so firmly in its thrall back then. There’s the crafty plotting, sure, and the precision of Shyamalan’s filmmaking. And it helps that it was a horror film that grandma could watch (the gore is tame by today’s standards, and the movie was just PG-13). But it’s the performances, particularly from Toni Collette (who would also be nominated for an Oscar) and Osment that give the film an unshakable feeling of realness – these are people you know – and, in so doing, also make it one helluva scary ride.(Photo by David McNew Online USA / Getty)“[My friend] went and slept on his parents’ floor in the middle of the night because he was still scared.” The first time I ever saw it all cut together was at a screening room on the Disney lot. I went with my family and my really good friend and his family. And he was also 11 and I remember I went and stayed at his house that night and he went and slept on his parents’ floor in the middle of the night because he was still scared. That was the first window for me into, ‘Wow, this movie really has an effect on people.’ I don’t know if he was scared of me, but he definitely wanted to be close to his parents on the other side of the house.”“It’s emotionally difficult to watch children go through things like that – even in a fictional story.” I think it’s just really emotionally difficult to watch children go through things like that. Even in a fictional story, so I think that really sorta drags you into it because [Cole is] someone who’s being forced to handle all the difficult things at an age where you’re not really supposed to be handling anything like that. It’s weird for me to have been in that position, remember it as a 10-year-old, going back to it now that I’m an adult. I’m older than Night was when he wrote and directed it. It’s interesting to have that perspective after all these years.”(Photo by Buena Vista Pictures/ Courtesy: Everett Collection.)“It’s in many ways the start of a journey for me that continues to this day.”“That movie changed my life. It allowed me the opportunity to go on to work on all these other films that I enjoyed so much, so I will always be grateful to Night for making that possible. And just the experience itself of making that movie, I learned so much about acting and filmmaking, and it’s in many ways the start of a journey for me that continues to this day.”The Sixth Sense was released on June 2, 2017. Buy or rent it at FandangNOW.
(starring Jonathan Groff), The Ellen Show, and the documentary Secret Disco Revolution.Revry: 2021 Pride WeekendKick off Pride season during the weekend of June 4-6 with iHeartMedia and P G’s “Can’t Cancel Pride” concert, a special Director’s Cut screening of But I’m a Cheerleader, and concluding with Revry Presents House of Pride Brought to You by McDonald’s, a special is hosted by Manilla Luzon, Shar Jossel, and Ryan Mitchell, and includes performances by RuPaul’s Drag Race alums, LaLa Ri and Laganja Estranja; Andro Gin; Shea Diamond; Sam Tsui; Emily Vu; Violet Grae; HBO Max’s Legendary winners, the House of Balmain; and comedians AB Farrelly and Irene Tu.WORLD Channel: Pride MonthCatch a wide range of programming honoring LGBTQ+ voices, including the premiere of Jack Yaya, about two transgender best friends celebrating their thirtieth year of friendship, Mama Gloria, about 75-year-old Black trailblazing transgender activist Gloria Allen, and more.June CalendarTuesday, June 1Senior Prom, PBS Short Docs
永利电玩城279999 The cast of the Amazon superhero show The Boys got together for a Comic-Con@Home panel about the upcoming Season 2 (9/4/2020), including a look at an action-packed scene featuring The Deep (Chace Crawford) riding atop a massive whale (apparently a real prop). In addition to the returning cast members from Season 1, the panel also featured Aya Cash, who is joining the show in Season 2 as the superheroine Stormfront. Towards the end, producers Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg joined the fun to announce that Amazon has already picked up the show for a third season, although Rogen had to say, When can we film season 3? Anyone s guess! Hope sometime this decade. Aisha Tyler, who hosted the panel, was also announced to be the host of a new aftershow called Prime Rewind: Inside the Boys, which will debut online on August 28 with a special recapping the events of Season 1.
Riverdale Pays Tribute to Luke Perry, Reveals Season 4 StorylinesThe opening moments of Riverdale s now-annual Hall H panel were, like the season 4 premiere, dedicated to Luke Perry. We suffered a huge, huge, huge loss, and it s something that we re going to be feeling for as long as we re lucky enough to keep making the show, creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa told the crowd before playing a tribute video to the actor, who died in March after suffering a stroke.The first episode will be a standalone hour paying tribute to both Perry and the character of Fred Andrews, and will include a special appearance by Perry s friend and former Beverly Hills, 90210 castmate Shannen Doherty. Also appearing on the show this season will be Molly Ringwald, who plays Archie s mom — and she ll be back more or less full time this season rather than introduce a mysterious, never-before-heard-from uncle or something to take over the parental role.Another special casting: Teen soap veteran Kerr Smith, a.k.a. Jack on Dawson s Creek, who will play the new principal of Riverdale High.K.J. Apa, Cole Sprouse, Lili Reinhart, Camila Mendes, and Madelaine Petsch joined Aguirre-Sacasa on stage to reveal more about the season, which will include a Halloween episode where someone will die (though not someone who was present at the panel), a member of Veronica s extended family dropping by, a battle of the bands episode, and flash-forwards to the jaw-dropping moment from the season 3 finale (with Archie, Betty, and Veronica covered in blood and burning their clothes).Supernatural Says Goodbye to Comic-ConSupernatural hit San Diego Comic-Con on Sunday for one last time after Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki, and Misha Collins announced earlier this year that the long-running CW series will end after its 15th season. With the end in sight, Supernatural s final Comic-Con panel brought all the feels, as both Winchester brothers teared up during their hour in Hall H. I’m really lucky because my friendships won’t go away, Padalecki said. And Sam Winchester, for me, won’t go away. He’ll be a part of me forever. Added Ackles, I’m really proud of the work that this team has done for this long. There’s a lot that goes in and it takes a lot of very talented people to give you guys the best product we can make. I’m really proud of that product. After this long on a show to truly love what we do and be proud to hang my hat on that, that’s one of the legacies I’m proud of. I put in the effort, we all did, nobody phones it in and I’m thankful you guys can appreciate that. Supernatural is the longest-running genre show on American television. That is an achievement in and of itself. The legacy the cast and crew are leaving is one people will surely celebrate for years to come. I hope in the future that this fandom continues to function as a family, said Collins as the panel came to an end. I hope that you guys continue to be a force for good and companionship in the world. You’ve been so supportive of one another and so supportive of us. We all love you guys very much. To pay the fans back for their decade and a half of loyalty, the guys surprised the fans at the San Diego Convention Center by giving away a fully restored 1967 Impala (a replica of the show’s beloved “Baby”).Mayans MC Will Welcome Some Sons of Anarchy in Season 2Be part of the club. Watch the OFFICIAL TRAILER for the all-new season of Mayans M.C. Premieres 9/3 on @FXNetworks. #MayansFX pic.twitter.com/kVKk1uAqNH Mayans MC (@MayansFX) July 19, 2019Sons of Anarchy spinoff Mayans MC might be returning to its roots: At the show s 2019 Hall H Comic-Con panel, co-creator and showrunner Elgin James told the crowd that we ll for sure see some members of the Sons of Anarchy motorcycle club in season 2 of the FX drama. Also of note: The network screened the first 15 minutes of the season 2 premiere, and according to reports, the episode picks up several months after the first season finale.Doctor Who — The Edge Of Time VR Game Offers Fans A First-Person View Of The TARDISThough Doctor Who sat out Comic-Con 2019, the Doctor’s presence was still felt throughout the weekend via PlayStack and Maze Theory’s Doctor Who — The Edge of Time VR game at the BBC America booth. Strapping on a headset, fans were transported to an alley reminiscent of 76 Totter’s Lane — the key location in the first ever episode of Doctor Who — where the Doctor (voiced by Jodie Whittaker) directs the user in building a device to call the TARDIS. Once it materializes, players get to fulfill the wish of every Doctor Who fan: step inside the TARDIS.The experience is quite intuitive to video game players, but as producer Kiron Ramdewar told Rotten Tomatoes, many fans were just pleased to be in a London back alley picking up different items and working with the Sonic Screwdriver.“One of the key differences in the game is that you do not play the Doctor,” he continued, comparing it to Maze Theory’s Iron Man game, which was also at Comic-Con. “We felt it was important fans had a Doctor Who experience alongside the Doctor.” Instead of playing the Doctor, the player takes on the companion role as the Time Lord, stranded at the end of time, aids the player in piloting the TARDIS through time and space to collect time crystals and repair the continuum. They will also run into familiar Doctor Who adversaries like the Daleks.And it begins with that first glimpse of the TARDIS, which allows players to experience that “it’s bigger on the inside” moment for themselves; a truly palpable sensation we experienced in the demo. Scanned from the actual TARDIS console room set, the entire locale is fully interactive — including the biscuit dispenser.Doctor Who — The Edge of Time comes to Playstation VR, Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and Vive Cosmos in September. ³çéå£çè ä¼æå¤§æ¹ç©å®¶æµå¤±ãå¨ä»¥å¾ï¼å³ä¾¿åå¨è¿å³æå¹³å®äº¬çåç±»ææ¸¸ï¼å®ä»¬è½ç¶è®¾è®¡ç²¾è¯ï¼ä½ç¨æ·åºæ°å§ç»æ æ³ä¸çè è£èåª²ç¾ãå¼å¾ä¸æçæ¯ï¼å¾å¤çè è£èç©å®¶ä¹è·é£ä¸è½½äºè±éèçææ¸¸è¿è¡äºè¯ç©ï¼ä½å¤§é¨åæ±çè¿æ¥è¯ç©çç¨æ·ï¼é½æä¸ä¸ªåæï¼âè¿ä¹å¤ªé¾ä¸æäºå§âï¼
永利电玩城279999 (Photo by Pixar / courtesy Everett Collection)All Pixar Movies Ranked By TomatometerWhen Disney distributed Pixar s Toy Story as an autumn alternative to traditional 2D animated features in 1995, could the studio have predicted that it would instead set the gold standard and template for theatrical cartoons for decades to come? After all, the slide from peak Disney Renaissance had only just begun (their releases that year were Pocahontas and A Goofy Movie) and Pixar was up to that point a studio that only made commercials and shorts; a feature-length 3D animated movie was a miracle in of itself, and they were not equipped to churn out quality yearly releases like Walt Disney Animation.Pixar s follow-up took three years to hit theaters, and though A Bug s Life is looked back on in the canon as a minor Pixar effort, everyone in 1998 rushed out to see it, and it again ended up grossing more than Disney s then recent works like Hercules and Mulan. 1999 s Toy Story 2 was a cultural event, and established Pixar as the one to take animation to the highest heights in the new century. What followed was a then-unprecedented run of Certified Fresh hits and box office smashes, from Monsters, Inc. and Finding Nemo to The Incredibles, WALL-E, and Up.2011 s Cars 2 broke the streak with Pixar s first Rotten film, and the studio has since spent the past decade oscillating between returning to the sequel well (Monsters University, Finding Dory) and pulling up original property (Coco, Inside Out), closing out with Toy Story 4. For 2020, Onward was pulled from theaters after two due to the pandemic, while Soul went straight to Disney+ in hopes of salvaging a year of chaos. Now, let s take a long look at the past 25 years, ranking all Pixar movies by Tomatometer!MORE DISNEY: All Disney+ Shows and Original Movies Ranked | The 100 Best Movies on Disney+ | All Disney Animated Movies Ranked | All Star Wars Movies Ranked | All MCU Movies Ranked