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暖暖换装物语攻略采用百度引擎5(Baidu 8)《天影沉默》这款沉默手游,人气超高,当今最热门的好服!极致的还原了端游版本的内容玩法!打金优选!天影沉默传奇手游,单职业传奇手游,光柱爆爆爆!满屏刷怪,刀刀暴击,疯狂打宝,百人沙城,一起攻占沙巴克等你来战!

1. 暖暖换装物语攻略
在快节奏的社会,手游逐渐成为主流。一些比较火的端游,在手游市场都可以找到替代品。在画质和玩法上,手游跟端游相比确实有短板,但 On February 12, Netflix will release To All the Boys: Always and Forever. It’s the last in a trilogy of films based on author Jenny Han’s young adult novels, which follow the starry-eyed Lara Jean Covey (Lana Condor) as she accidentally and then on purpose falls in love with her perfect suitor (or, at least as perfect as a high school relationship can be).The films are extremely popular. The first two, which were released in 2018 and 2020, have respective Tomatometer scores of 96% and 75% and are both Certified Fresh. Fans became obsessed with Yakult, the so-called “Korean yogurt smoothie” that Lara Jean and her family drink in the films, and they especially became captivated with Noah Centineo, the actor who plays love interest Peter Kavinsky. In doing this, To All the Boys has followed in the tradition of other rom-coms – some of which it actually references, like Always and Forever’s re-creation of John Cusack’s boom box moment from 1989’s Say Anything – in crossing the line from being a sweet flick to an endearing part of pop-culture canon.(Photo by Katie Yu/Netflix) I think that people crave conflict, but not too much conflict. But why are some rom-coms so addictive?“I think that people crave conflict, but not too much conflict,” Han says. “When the outside world is so tumultuous, people don t necessarily want to be stressed out when they re watching a movie, and they have a couple of hours just to relax… Because, ultimately, regardless of whether the two people get together in the end which they usually do, but not always you know that it s still going to be like an optimistic ending.”This is further confounding because these movies’ viewpoint is diametrically opposed to the way more people have reportedly begun to feel about monogamy. Marriage rates have been dropping for years for a number of reasons and a pre-coronavirus report from the Pew Research Center found that “fewer than one-in-five U.S. adults say being married is essential for a man or a woman to live a fulfilling life.”(Photo by Katie Yu/Netflix) Rom-coms, like mainstream teen films, female friendship films, bromance films and others, are feel-good films.' And yet, just because people are more woke to the complexities of modern-day relationships doesn’t mean that they haven’t traditionally been eager to watch something light and fun.“The rom-com has a long history in Hollywood back to the screwball comedies of the 1930s, the sex comedies of the 1950s, the anxious rom-coms of the 1970s and the nostalgic rom-coms of the 1980s and ‘90s,” says Shelley Cobb, an associate professor of film at England’s University of Southampton and a feminist film and media studies scholar.Cobb says that while “their popularity waxes and wanes over time” these films stick in the zeitgeist because of the promise of “the comfort of predictability, the satisfaction of a happy ending, and the comedy.”“Rom-coms, like mainstream teen films, female friendship films, bromance films and others, are feel-good films, ” Cobb says, adding that “even if the relationships on screen don t look exactly like your own, we know what it s like to love and hate people in our lives and to be sad and be happy because of those people.”(Photo by Katie Yu/Netflix) People have this pressure that they have to find the one. But does the genre also bring with it a risk of false hope? Are some movie-goers who relate to To All the Boys’ Lara Jean raised to obsess over meet-cutes and promposals? (And then perhaps feel depressed if things don’t work out that way in real life?)Julie Spira, a Los-Angeles based matchmaker and online dating coach who runs CyberDatingExpert.com, says she still has clients who “expect me to have this digital magic wand that, you know, within three days or three weeks, they re gonna find the one.”“People have this pressure that they have to find the one,” Spira says, adding that, especially now that we’re in a pandemic, “I m saying you just need to expand. You need to cast a wide net. You need to expand your social circle. You need to find a pen pal; you need to find a digital pen pal. And that person is going to be a friend. And, maybe, that friendship will turn into romance. Maybe it won t. But your life can be enriched by having a great person in your life.”It’s also helpful that the genre of romantic comedies is expanding. These films are increasingly more queer inclusive (see 2018’s Love, Simon or 2020’s Chemical Hearts and Happiest Season, for example) and To All The Boys is one of many recent examples that strove for racially diverse casts.(Photo by Katie Yu/Netflix) Singles are saying that they re looking for a meaningful relationship, a long-term relationship, more than ever. This series also makes a point of telling the story of a teen girl – not a couple.Michael Fimognari, who directed the second and third To All the Boys movies and was the cinematographer on the first one, says that while the films’ plots have included a love triangle and will they/won’t they dynamics, the intent of the filmmakers was always to “show the full Lara Jean Covey story” and that “it was always about her dealing with being in a real relationship.”Fimognari came to these films after a career that included a lot of horror titles – another genre that’s seen a shift in recent years – and says that “maybe, you know, 30 years ago, rom-coms could get made on the big studio level and get put out and you had [names associated with them like] John Hughes and you have these big theatrical releases with stars.” Now, he says, streaming services like Netflix have “thrived on being able to allow people to see the movie they want to see.”But does this coalesce with what the viewing public expects for its own life?Dating expert Spira says a focus on commitment-free courtships had a moment, but since COVID-19 locked people indoors, “singles are saying that they re looking for a meaningful relationship, a long-term relationship, more than ever.”“I m very curious to see if that will continue as things open up,” she says. “I have a feeling it will, because peoples’ brains have been rewired into thinking that they want one meaningful person to spend your life with, or at least during a crisis.”Or maybe they’ve just been stuck at home re-watching old rom-coms.On an Apple device? 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2. 公平游戏环境
而至于策略,更是重中之重。这一属性本就是SLG——策略游戏的精神内涵,只不过在如今的手游市场被逐渐淡忘。事实上,有许多《三国志》《文明》系列的老牌硬核玩家,从最一开始就是SLG手游的潜在用户,但他们只会被硬核策略玩法所吸引,因此长久以来难以深入采掘。暖暖换装物语攻略毕竟端游中的一场PVP战役甚至是可以打上数十个小时的。手游虽然有简化,但时长也远大于平常人玩的那些竞技类游戏。

3. 激战团竞模式
俗话说得好:“得不到的就是最好的”,对于游戏玩家来说,大家都对一些还未上线的游戏满怀期待。于是在某论坛,就有玩家评选出了4款最好玩的游戏,其中包括了绝地求生官方手游、云顶之弈移动版、LOL手游和DNF手游。这4款游戏均为在国内上线,而云顶之弈移动版和LOL手游已经在海外公测半年之多,国服也即将上线。

4. 呼朋唤友 随心所欲
Another Game of Thrones actor joins the Star Wars universe, clips released of Oprah Winfrey s talk with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, Starz will revive Party Down, Apple TV+ gathers star power for anthology series, Michael James Shaw joins The Walking Dead, and more top TV and streaming news.TOP STORYIndira Varma Playing Mystery Role in Obi-Wan Kenobi Series(Photo by Michael Tran/FilmMagic)Indira Varma will follow her Game of Thrones costar Pedro Pascal into the Star Wars universe. Varma, who played Ellaria Sand to Pascal s The Viper in the HBO fantasy series, has joined the cast of Star Wars: Obi-Wan Kenobi, starring opposite Ewan McGregor and Hayden Christensen.The series plot and details on Varma’s character are being kept under wraps, Deadline reports, and Disney has yet to confirm the casting yet. But Varma did like a Tweet sent by Kim Cattrall, who was congratulating Varma on the role (whatever that specific role may be).McGregor and Christensen are playing Obi-Wan Kenobi and Darth Vader in the series, which is set 10 years after the events of Revenge of the Sith and before the events of A New Hope.It s unlikely that lovers The Viper and Ellaria Sand would reunite in the Star Wars universe, since The Mandalorian takes place after the time of Return of the Jedi during a period in which Obi-Wan Kenobi is dead — a reunion is not impossible, however, depending on Varma s character and storyline.Meghan Markle Tells Oprah She Feels Liberated in New Clip from Special Airing on SundayDuchess of Sussex Meghan Markle and Prince Harry speak to Oprah Winfrey in a special, Oprah with Meghan Harry, that airs on Sunday at 8 p.m. on CBS. The program s first teaser released on Wednesday revealed that Markle feels the Palace takes part in the disinformation circulating about the couple.“I don’t know how they could expect that after all of this time we would still just be silent if there is an active role that The Firm is playing in perpetuating falsehoods about us,” Meghan said. “And if that comes with risk of losing things, I mean ― there’s a lot that has been lost already.”In a second clip released on Friday, Markle lamented not being able to speak for herself previously.“As an adult who lived a really independent life to then go into this construct that is, um, different than I think what people imagine it to be, it’s really liberating to be able to have the right and the privilege in some ways to be able to say, ‘Yes I’m ready to talk,’” Markle told Winfrey of previously having to turn down her invitation to be interviewed.Nicole Kidman, Cynthia Erivo, Alison Brie, and Merritt Wever to Star in Anthology Series Roar at Apple TV+(Photo by Vera Anderson/WireImage)All-stars in front of the camera and behind it: GLOW creators Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch have gathered a stellar lineup of actresses for Roar, an anthology comedy series based on a book of darkly comic short stories from Cecilia Ahern.Nicole Kidman, Cynthia Erivo, Alison Brie, and Merritt Wever will be front and center in the series, the first show to come from Flahive and Mensch in their overall deal with Apple. Kidman and Ahern will also be producers on Roar.NEW TRAILERS: Thunder Force: Melissa McCarthy and Octavia Spencer Poke Fun at Superhero TropesThunder Force is the team made up of Melissa McCarthy and Octavia Spencer when they get their hands on some superhero powers. Also stars Jason Bateman and Bobby Cannavale. Premieres April 9 (Netflix).More trailers and teasers released this week:• Shadow and Bone is based on Shadow and Bone and Six of Crows, two books from Leigh Bardugo’s bestselling Grishaverse novels. The series stars Jessie Mei Li (Alina Starkov) and Archie Renaux (Malyen Oretsev) with Ben Barnes (General Kirigan). Premieres April 23 (Netflix).• Law Order: Organized Crime welcomes back Christopher Meloni as Detective Elliot Stabler, the role that originated in SVU. Premieres April 1 (NBC).• Calls is a new mystery series in which every episode consists of 12-minute audio-only phone calls, Stars Pedro Pascal, Clancy Brown, Mark Duplass, Rosario Dawson, Paul Walter Hauser, Joey King, Lily Collins, Nick Jonas, and Judy Greer. Premieres March 19 (Apple TV+).• Made For Love stars Cristin Milioti as Hazel Green, on the run from her controlling tech-billionaire husband Byron (Billy Magnussen), who, she finds out, implanted a monitoring device into her brain. The series also stars Ray Romano as Hazel s father Herbert. Premieres in April (HBO Max).• Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse is a Jack Ryan spin-off telling the origin story of John Kelly (Michael B. Jordan), a Navy SEAL who is seeking justice for the murder of his pregnant wife when he discovers a global conspiracy. Jamie Bell, Colman Domingo, Jodie Turner-Smith, and Guy Pearce also star. Premieres April 30 (Amazon Video).• Jupiter’s Legacy, based on the comic book by Mark Millar and Frank Quitely, is about the world’s first superheroes, whose offspring aren’t living up to the expectations their parents had for them. Stars Josh Duhamel, Ben Daniels, and Leslie Bibb. Premieres May 7 (Netflix).• Bad Trip is a hidden-camera comedy movie co-written by and starring Eric Andre, and also starring Lil Rel Howery, Tiffany Haddish, and Michaela Colin. Premieres March 26 (Netflix).• Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal is a documentary using FBI wiretaps and reenactments, featuring Matthew Modine as Rick Singer, the man at the center of the college admissions scandal. Premieres March 17 (Netflix).• Hysterical is a documentary about the boundary-breaking women of stand-up comedy, including Fortune Feimster, Rachel Feinstein, Marina Franklin, Nikki Glaser, Judy Gold, Kathy Griffin, Jessica Kirson, Margaret Cho, Lisa Lampanelli, Wendy Liebman, Carmen Lynch, Bonnie McFarlane, Sherri Shepherd, and Iliza Shlesinger. Premieres April 2 (FX).• In the South ParQ Vaccination Special, the town’s citizens desperately want the COVID vaccination. Premieres March 10 (Comedy Central).For all the latest TV and streaming trailers, subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel.CASTING: The Walking Dead: Michael James Shaw Will Play Commonwealth Leader Mercer(Photo by Kharen Hill/CBS via Getty Images)Blood Treasure and Bull star Michael James Shaw will play Mercer in the 11th and final season of The Walking Dead. In the comics, Mercer is a mohawked Marine and a leader at the Commonwealth, where he gets into a romance with Princess and is in the comic through the final issue. (Deadline)Sissy Spacek and Ed O’Neill will star in the Amazon sci-fi series Lightyears, about a couple who have known for years about a deserted planet buried underneath their backyard. When a young man enters their life, he shakes up their world, including revealing a lot more about that secret planet.David Oyelowo will star opposite Gugu Mbatha-Raw in HBO Max’s The Girl Before, the four-part adaptation of JP Delaney’s bestselling thriller about a woman who moves into an architect’s beautiful home, but quickly learns he has exacting rules and that the women who lived in the house before her met a tragic end.Another casting for Showtime’s The First Lady: Dakota Fanning will play Susan Ford, the daughter of Betty and President Gerald Ford, in the anthology series.Ione Skye has joined the cast of HBO Max’s Made For Love. (Variety)The Strain and SMILF star Miquel Gomez is joining the cast of CBS’s FBI: Most Wanted, playing special Agent Ivan Ortiz, a former LAPD Gang Unit officer and FBI counter-terror agent. He joins the series in the March 9 episode. (Deadline)Cobra Kai stars Vanessa Rubio, who plays Carmen, Johnny Lawrence’s love interest and the other mother of Johnny’s mentee, Miquel, and Peyton List, who plays Tory Nichols, Miguel’s ex and Samantha Russo’s rival, have been promoted to series regulars for Season 3 of the Netflix drama.Unorthodox Golden Globe-nominee Shira Haas will star as Golda Meier in an adaptation of Francine Klagsbrun s book Lioness: Golda Meir and the Nation of Israel. Barbra Streisand is producing the se

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Nearly 60 years ago in 1962, King Kong and Godzilla squared off in Japan, and King Kong shoved a giant tree into Godzilla’s mouth. The two would engage in a back-and-forth battle that featured atomic breath and lightning strikes, and King Kong would ultimately leave the grueling brawl victorious. The Ishirō Honda-directed film, King Kong vs. Godzilla, was the third Godzilla film produced by Toho Studios, and it was a wildly ambitious crossover event that was a smashing success in Japan, as it sold 11.2 million tickets during its initial theatrical run. In other words, audiences went bananas for it.Decades later, both Godzilla and King Kong have appeared in dozens of movies and animated series that have seen them battling three-headed monsters, genetically-modified roses with sharp teeth, and New York concrete. The two haven’t shared a screen together since that colossal battle in 1962, which is why the upcoming Godzilla vs. Kong feels like such an epic event. To get to this brawl, Legendary Studios embarked on a kaiju-sized film series called the “MonsterVerse” that kicked off in 2014 with Godzilla (2014), then continued with Kong: Skull Island (2017) and, most recently, Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019). The three films have set the chess pieces, and now the two gigantic titans will tussle for the ultimate checkmate.(Photo by Everett Collection)In honor of their rematch, we rewatched the King Kong vs. Godzilla Versus episode that was released in 2019 and analyzed their filmographies in an attempt to crown a statistical champion based on box office receipts, property destruction, amount of screen time, and Tomatometer and Audience scores. Two monsters (and their many variations) enter, and only one leaves (unless there’s a tie, in which case, come back for the rematch).*Quick note Not all of the King Kong and Godzilla films have Tomatometer scores or reliable box office data. That’s why the numbers fluctuate in each round. Also, we’re sticking to feature-length films, and leaving out the animated series that both have appeared in.Round 1 TomatometerGodzilla: 61.8% average (32 films)King Kong: 55.8% average (8 films)Highest rated: Godzilla vs. Destoroyah (1995), 100%Lowest rated: King Kong Lives (1986), 0%(Photo by TriStar courtesy Everett Collection)It’s only fitting that we kick off the battle with an incredibly close match-up in which the Tomatometer averages are separated by a measly 3.8%. Both franchises started off really well as 1933 s King Kong (Certified Fresh at 98% on the Tomatometer) and 1954 s Godzilla (Certified Fresh at 93%) were both blockbusters that wowed people with their innovative photography and beautiful miniature sets. However, the quality of the films began to mirror one of Godzilla’s fights He’s winning! He’s losing… He’s winning! He’s losing…What sealed the deal for Godzilla’s victory is the 0% score for 1986’s King Kong Lives. The movie famously tells the story of what happens after Kong survives the fall from the Empire State Building. In short, he gets a heart transplant, eats some alligators, finds a soulmate, and fathers a child. The dreaded 0% Tomatometer score reeks about as much as Godzilla’s atomic breath, and it took 29 years before Peter Jackson’s Certified Fresh King Kong put the titan back on the big screen in 2005.Godzilla: 1 Kong: 0Round 2 Audience ScoreGodzilla: 59.5% average (33 films)King Kong 46.8% average (8 films)Highest rated: Godzilla vs. Destoroyah, 95%Lowest rated: King Kong Lives, 17%(Photo by TriStar courtesy Everett Collection)With an almost Fresh 59.5% Audience Score average, Godzilla wins another round. With a 2-0 l

Wednesday, July 14How To Olympics: This eight-episode series gives viewers everything they need to know about select Olympic events through easily digestible, quick-witted, and packed-with-info videos. Covering Sport Climbing, Taekwondo, Rhythmic Gymnastics, Hammer Throw, Artistic Swimming, Breaking, Badminton and Fencing, viewers will learn how each event is scored, how to win, and what it takes to master these athletic disciplines. Streaming on the Olympics YouTube Channel.Tuesday, July 20Olympic Dreams Featuring Jonas Brothers: The Jonas Brothers train with some of Team USA’s best current and former athletes in gymnastics, track field and BMX racing, 8 p.m., NBC.Women s Softball – Japan vs. Australia (LIVE): 8 p.m., NBCSN and streamingWomen s Softball – United States vs. Italy (LIVE): 11 p.m., NBCSN and streaming (repeats on July 21 at 4–6 p.m., NBCSN)Wednesday, July 21Women s Softball – Mexico vs. Canada (LIVE): 2–4 a.m., NBCSN and streamingWomen’s Soccer – Great Britain vs. Chile (LIVE): 3:30–5:30 a.m., Olympic Channel (repeats 5:30–7 a.m.)Women’s Soccer – Pregame Show: 4–4:30 a.m., USA NetworkWomen’s Soccer – China vs. Brazil (LIVE): 4–6 a.m., NBCSN (repeats at 10:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.)Women s Soccer – United States vs. Sweden (LIVE): 4:30 a.m., USA Network and streaming (repeats at 8:30–10:30 a.m. and 6–8 p.m. and on July 22 at 11:15 p.m.–1:15 a.m., NBCSN)Women’s Soccer – Japan vs. Canada (LIVE): 6:30–8:30 a.m., NBCSN (repeats at 12:30–2:15 p.m.)Women’s Soccer – Netherlands vs. Zambia (LIVE): 7–9 a.m. Olympic ChannelWomen’s Soccer – Australia vs. New Zealand (LIVE): 7:30–9:30 a.m., USA Network (repeats at 2:15–4 p.m., NBCSN)Olympic Dreams Featuring Jonas Brothers: The Jonas Brothers train with some of Team USA’s best current and former athletes in gymnastics, track field and BMX racing, 8 p.m., NBC.Women s Softball – United States vs. Canada (LIVE): 8–10 p.m., NBCSN and streaming (repeats July 22 at 5:30–7:30 p.m.)Women s Softball – Mexico vs. Japan(LIVE): 11 p.m.–1 a.m., NBCSN and streamingThursday, July 22Women s Softball – Italy vs. Australia (LIVE): 2–4 a.m., NBCSN and streamingMen s Soccer – group rounds: 3:30-10 a.m. ET, Olympic Channel, NBCSN, USA Network, and streamingMen’s Soccer – Egypt vs. Spain (LIVE): 3:30–5:30 a.m. Olympic Channel (repeats 6–7:30 a.m., USA Network; 9– 11 a.m. and July 23 1:15–2 a.m., NBCSN)Men’s Soccer – Mexico vs. France (LIVE): 4–6 a.m., USA Network (repeats at 6–7 a.m. and 11 a.m.–1 p.m., NBCSN)Men’s Soccer – New Zealand vs. South Korea (LIVE): 4–6 a.m., NBCSNMen’s Soccer – Cote d’Ivoire vs. Saudi Arabia (LIVE): 5:30 a.m. – 6:30 a.m., Olympic ChannelMen’s Soccer – Argentina vs. Australia (LIVE): 6:30–8:30 a.m., Olympic ChannelMen’s Soccer – Japan vs. South Africa (LIVE): 7 a.m. – 9 a.m., NBCSN (repeats 1–3 p.m.Men’s Soccer – Brazil vs. Germany (LIVE): 7:30–9:30 a.m., USA Network (repeats 3–5 p.m., NBCSN)Men’s Soccer – Honduras vs. Romania (LIVE): 8:30–9 a.m., Olympic ChannelMen s and Women s Rowing – single, double and quadruple sculls heats (LIVE): 7:30-11:10 p.m. ET, NBCSN and streamingBreak the Record: This family series from the U.K. features kids interrogating and challenging some of the most extraordinary Guinness World Records title holders. The show features long jump Olympic medalist Greg Rutherford, tennis player and Olympic medalist Laura Robson, deadlift strongwoman and former World s Strongest Woman Andrea Thompson, and parkour expert Ryan Luney. During each episode, a group of kids will be mentored by one of the Guinness World Records title holders in preparation for attempting their very own record. Streaming on the Guinness World Records Official YouTube Channel​.(Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images)Friday, July 23Olympic Highlights With Kevin Hart and Snoop Dogg — This hilariously funny commentary series, co-hosted by sports and Olympics enthusiasts Kevin Hart and Snoop Dogg, will recap the Olympics’ most impressive displays of athleticism, as well as the moments that don’t go as planned. Streaming on Peacock.Live Opening Ceremony Coverage – 6:55 a.m. ET/3:55 a.m. PT, NBCSpecial Edition of Today – 11 a.m. ET/8 a.m. PT, NBCTokyo Olympics Daytime – 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT, NBCPrimetime Opening Ceremony – 7:30 p.m. ET/4:30 p.m. PT, NBCOpening Ceremony Primetime Encore – 9:10 p.m. PT, NBCSunday, July 25Men s Basketball – USA vs. France: PeacockMen s Soccer – group stage: 3:30-10 a.m., NBCSN and streamingMonday, July 26Swimming: Live coverage of the medal races in the men’s 200m freestyle, women’s 100m backstroke, men’s 100m backstroke and women’s 100m breaststroke, 8 p.m. ET, NBCU.S. Women’s Basketball — U.S. vs. Nigeria: 12:40 a.m. ET Tuesday/9:40 p.m. PT, NBCWomen s Beach Volleyball — 8 p.m. ET, CNBCTuesday, July 27Women s Gymnastics, Team Final — 6:45 a.m. ET, Peacock; 8 p.m. ET, NBCSwimming: women’s 200m and 1500m freestyle, women’s 200m individual medley, men’s 4x200m freestyle relay, men’s 200m butterfly — live, 8 p.m. ET, NBCWomen’s Soccer: U.S. vs. Australia, 4 a.m. ET, USAMen’s Basketball: U.S. vs. Iran, 12:40 a.m. ET Wednesday/9:40 p.m. PT Tuesday, PeacockWednesday, July 28Men s Soccer – group stage: 4-10 a.m., NBCSN and streamingSaturday, July 31Women s 100M, Track and Field Finals — PeacockSunday, August 1Men s 100M Track and Field Finals — Peacock
While 2019 will be stuffed with a diverse array of content from Stargirl to The Boys, the future of comic books on television looks to be an even wider field of genres and characters. Let’s take a look at some of these live-action projects and their current status.UPDATE 2/4/19: FX has officially ordered a series based on the comic Y: The Last Man that is set to debut in 2020. Titled simply Y, the series stars Diane Lane, Barry Keoghan, Imogen Poots, Lashana Lynch, Juliana Canfield, Marin Ireland, and Amber Tamblyn, and was co-created and written by Michael Green and Aïda Mashaka Croal. According to FX, Y takes place in a post-apocalyptic world in which a cataclysmic event has decimated every male save for one lone human. The new world order of women will explore gender, race, class and survival. Keep reading to find out more about this title and others.Jupiter’s LegacyPremise: While a generation of superheroes who came to prominence in the 1930s embrace their twilight years, their children find taking up their legacies far more difficult than they ever imagined. Based on the comic book by Millar and Frank Quitely.Status: One of the two Millarworld television shows Netflix announced in July 2018. Steven S. DeKnight, who produced the first season of Daredevil, will adapt the comic book into an eight-episode series. In February of 2019, the streaming service announced the primary cast, which includes Josh Duhamel as The Utopian — aka Sheldon Sampson — the leader of a superhero team known as The Union who finds himself disconnected from his family and, increasingly, the modern world. Leslie Bibb will play his wife Grace. She is one of the most powerful people on the planet, but regulates that power while trying her best to balance Sheldon’s ideals with the difficult modern world. Ben Daniels will play Sheldon s brother Walter— aka Brain-Wave — a smart man, as his superhero name suggests, who is willing to use the sort of violence Sheldon avoids. Other cast members include Elena Kampouris as Sheldon and Grace’s rebellious daughter Chloe, Andrew Horton as their son Brandon, who is trying his best to become the next Utopian, Mike Wade as Fitz Small, a former hero who keeps The Union running, and Matt Lanter as George Hutchence, The Utopian’s former friend and principle antagonist who goes by the name Skyfox.American Jesus(Photo by Image Comics)Premise: When a 12-year-old boy discovers he is the Second Coming of Christ, he is forced to grow up very quickly and deal with the fate of the world. Y’know, the typical pre-teen problems. Based on Millar’s ongoing comic book with artist Peter Gross.Status: The second of the Millarworld shows for Netflix. Luke Cage veteran Everardo Gout and brother Leopoldo Gout will executive produce the six-episode series.Katy Keene(Photo by Archie Comics)Premise: Based on Archie Comics characters, the potential series will follow Katy Keene (who has yet to appear on Riverdale) and three others as they pursue big, exciting lives in New York City. While Riverdale only gets to be a musical once a year, this spin-off will be a musical dramedy.Status: The CW ordered a pilot written by Riverdale mastermind Roberto Aguirre-Sacassa and Michael Grassi.Secret Six(Photo by DC Comics)Premise: Based on the popular early-2000s DC title by Gail Simone and Dale Eaglesham (for the most part) and an earlier DC Comics concept, Secret Six centers on six criminals forced to work together under the direction of the mysterious Mockingbird. Though their personalities initially chafe, they become a lovable ersatz family.Status: Announced in October, CBS plans to develop the series with Rick Muirragui set to write and executive produce.(Photo by Macall Polay/FX)Premise: Following a devastating event, Yorick and his pet monkey Ampersand are the last mammals on Earth with the Y chromosome. Alongside a former government agent and a geneticist, they set out on a journey across the partially collapsed United States to secure the future of the species. Based on the DC/Vertigo series Y: The Last Man by Brian K. Vaughn and Pia Guerra.Status: FX announced on Feb. 4 that it ordered the project, called simply Y, to series. It stars Diane Lane and Barry Keoghan as Yorick. Other stars include Imogen Poots, Lashana Lynch, Juliana Canfield, Marin Ireland, and Amber Tamblyn. Described as a “a cracked mirror to look at our own very cracked world,” it will debut in 2020.American Flagg!(Photo by First Comics)Premise: Taking its cues from the Howard Chaykin comic book, the series will follow Reuben Flagg, a former TV star turned policeman who witnesses widespread corruption in mall the size of Chicago run by an exiled US government and various corporate sponsors. Believe it or not, it is meant to be a satire.Status: The television distribution arm of EuropaCorp s (producers of Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets) obtained the rights to Flagg! in 2017, but little has changed since then except the production company s own financial woes. In December, it announced 1 million loss and 42 percent drop in revenue and a renewed focus on core business in feature films. The company also sold its French TV division, so Flagg! s fate may not be good.Locke Key(Photo by IDW Publishing)Premise: Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriquez’s great comic book centers on the family of a slain San Francisco man who move to his ancestral home in Massachusetts. There, his youngest son discovers the house confers special abilities to the residents by unlocking certain rooms with specially designed keys. But a demon hiding in the nearby well wants those powers for itself.Status: After two pilots — one for Fox in 2011 and one for Hulu last year — the series is finally coming to fruition in a 10-episode Netflix series. While Jackson Robert Scott returns as younger son Bode, many of the actors from the earlier pilots have been replaced. Carlton Cuse, who executive produced the Hulu pilot, will remain as showrunner with Haunting of Hill House s Meredith Averill joining him for the Netflix version.Astro City(Photo by Image Comics)Premise: Based on Kurt Busiek, Brent Anderson, and Alex Ross’ expansive series of comic book stories, the series will center on the lives of ordinary people and the super-powered individuals flying above them. All of them will face Earth-shattering calamities and human-sized versions of great comic book upheavals. They also have to figure out to make a living in this crazy men-in-tights world.Status: FremantleMedia North America, the company that produces American Gods, acquired the rights in March of last year. Busiek is set to write the pilot with Rick Alexander, while Gregory Noveck is executive producer.Dylan Dog(Photo by Sergio Bonelli Editore)Premise: Don’t let his resemblance to Rupert Everett fool you, Dylan Dog is not a film star, but a fantastic paranormal detective. Granted, he gets personally involved with his clients and the paranormal often gets the best of him, but the important thing is that he means well. Also, his best friend may or may not be Groucho Marx. Based on comics by Tiziano Sclavi and a number of other writers and artists.Status: In August of last year, Dylan Dog publisher Sergio Bonelli Editore announced plans to form its own entertainment arm and develop an English-language Dylan Dog television show. The 10-episode series is expected to also launch a number of other Bonelli characters into television — provided the company ever finds production partners and an outlet willing to air or stream the show.Survivors Club(Photo by Vertigo/DC Comics)Premise: Many years after a demon possessed twins Jason and Jennifer and killed their mother, the siblings join a support group for the ex-possessed. But then a new evil arises, forcing the group to become a demon-hunting team. Based on the DC/Vertigo series by Lauren Beukes, Dale Halverson, and Ryan Kelly.Status: Because apparently six series based on DC Comics properties isn t enough, The CW announced plans to develop Survivors Club back in November with Sweet/Vicious’s Jared Frieder writing the pilot.MIND MGMT(Photo by Dark Horse Comics)Premise: Based on Matt Kindt’s comic book, true crime writer Meru’s attempts to understand a mysterious plane flight leads to a world of powers and secret organizations. She’s joined on her journey by Henry Lyme, a rogue agent looking to destroy his former employers.Status: Universal Cable Productions optioned the television rights in 2017, acquiring other Dark Horse Comics titles like Jennie Wood’s Flutter at the same time. The production company and Dark Horse s partnership also includes titles like Harrow County and Concrete. With their first collaboration, The Umbrella Academy, about to debut on Netflix, it is possible any of those titles could prove to be a worthy follow-up.LazarusPremise: The Greg Rucka and Michael Lark comic book takes place in a near future controlled by 16 rival families attempting to gain more power, territory, and resources. To combat various threats to their status quo, each family has a chosen defender known as a Lazarus. One such Lazarus is Forever Carlyle, protector of the family in control of much of the world’s food supply, who is starting to doubt her place in the world.Status: Amazon picked up the rights during a spending spree in 2017 that included options on the science fiction novels Ringworld and Snow Crash. Rucka was said to be writing the script, but considering Amazon’s commitment to a massive The Lord of the Rings TV universe, it is unclear if there is still money for these sci-fi ideas.Quantum and Woody(Photo by Valiant Entertainment)Premise: Brothers Eric and Woody Henderson have fantastic superpowers, but they must “klang” their power bands together once a day or the energies they contain will kill them. Eric is a traditional buttoned-down hero while, Woody is something of a slacker. Also, there’s a goat. Based on the Valiant comic book created by Christopher Priest and M.D. Bright.Status: Back in 2017, Joel McHale was said to be in talks to play Woody, but this never came to fruition and McHale found himself a hero role on the upcoming DC Universe series Stargirl. Quantum and Woody appeared to slink back into development hell without securing lead actors.Sex Criminals(Photo by Image Comics)Premise: When Suzie and Jon discover they can both stop time when they orgasm, they decide to rob a bank. It only gets weirder from there. Based on the comic book by Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky.Status: Fraction and wife Kelly Sue DeConnick signed an overall deal with Universal Cable Productions in 2015 through their production company, Milkfed Criminal Masterminds. The option to develop Sex Criminals into a TV show was part of the deal, but there has been no movement since.DreadstarPremise: Jim Starlin’s sci-fi/fantasy epic follows Dreadstar, last survivor of the Milky Way galaxy, as he attempts to end an eons-old conflict between the Church of Instrumentality and an ancient monarchy. But whichever group wins, the kind-hearted people of the cosmos will lose.Status: Universal Cable Productions optioned Dreadstar in 2015.The Wicked + The Divine(Photo by Image Comics)Premise: Every 90 years, the gods return. For two years, they live and are worshipped. Then they die. This time around, they look and act like pop stars. But their cycle of death and rebirth may be coming to an end. Based on the comic book by Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie.Status: Like Sex Criminals, rights to “WicDiv” were scooped up in a deal with Universal Cable Productions and Milkfed Criminal Masterminds. But like most of the comic books UCP optioned in the last few years, there has been no news since. Considering it took four years for UCP to get Umbrella Academy to series, there is hope yet.
Amazon’s Invincible, which starts streaming this Friday, has all the makings of a fabulous animated teen series about a superhero in training. But as both Amazon and the creators of the program have been quick to note, it is not for children. And as co-creator Robert Kirkman told Rotten Tomatoes recently, a level of maturity has always been baked into the concept. “I think Invincible has always been very mature, but I think that that maturity possibly came in more prevalent in the later issues,” he said. Beginning a long comic book run in 2003, the 144-issue series – created by Kirkman with artists Cory Walker and Ryan Ottley – tells the tale of Mark Grayson, a biracial teen in his last days of school who inherits superpowers from his superhero father. Soon, he adopts “Invincible” as his hero identity and spends most of his days hitting bad guys or being hit by them.Of course, that description just scratches the surface as issues of parental abandonment, global genocide, government overreach, alcoholism, and infidelity also factor in. It is also wildly funny with clever quips, sight-gags about government building parking lots, and Mark’s high-strung best friend trying his best to use humor to cover-up his issues. Also, it is quite violent a quality it shares with the animated version.(Photo by Courtesy of Amazon Studios)Kirkman freely admits, though, that the shape of Invincible appeared in the midst of the telling and the animated series is something of a “second draft.” As he explained, “It s good to be able to [do it] in animation and be able to possibly unify the series a little bit more and have the maturity that was in some of the later issues present in some of the earlier seasons in this form.” Having the complete comic as a roadmap means “we re going to come in with a more well-rounded character [in Mark] that possibly even experiences more growth as the series progresses.”He assured readers of the series that there isn t too much difference really when you look at the whole of both versions,”  but certain aspects, which he described as both “brutal” and “mature,” will appear earlier on than they did in the comics. “I think because of that, there s going to be a lot of improvement to different story aspects. And I think Mark s character is one of them,” he said.Playing Mark is Walking Dead veteran Steven Yeun, who read through Invincible when he was still on Kirkman’s zombie series. As viewers meet Mark, he is still waiting for his powers to appear. That level of expectation means a slightly different approach for Yeun than playing a character who gets powers by accident. Although, some things always ring true for teenage superheroes. “I think Mark is still wavering and trying to understand who he is and fight through his own expectations,” he said.Ryan FujitaniAs a reader of the comics, Yeun was aware the character was the biracial son of an Asian woman, Deborah (Sandra Oh), and Nolan (J.K. Simmons), who presents to the world as white – although there is more to that, as viewers will discover. According to Yeun, presenting Mark as the lead of the series is an important element of its time and place in television history (note: these interviews took place before last week s shootings in Atlanta).“We can see different people that you normally don t see in these positions, in these roles,” Yeun said. “But then what s really refreshing is that nobody s really aware of that on its surface, and when we re making it. We re talking about a real father-son dynamic and a real family dynamic. And so you re able to service the truth of the internal life of these people. And for the outside, looking in, you also get to service the fact that we re in a new time where it can be more eclectic and other experiences can be seen and connected.”“I hope that it offers a sense of belonging to people just because we are in a very diverse world and, unfortunately, it s often not reflected in our media and popular culture,” added Kirkman. Although he was unsure how authoritative he could be on the subject because he felt his “whiteness was showing,” he pointed out superhero comics took decades to center non-white characters in lead roles. “It s very important to reflect the world around us,” he said. “And I m very happy to be a part of that correction and moving things to a bit of a better place on that front.”(Photo by Courtesy of Amazon Studios)“It’s always about the human experience overall,” Yeun continued. “I think that s the thing that I m really excited about. Especially getting to play with J.K. He s not my actual father, but that s the work we do. And we get to play this out and that s the most enjoyable part for me.”“The kid that played my kid, whatever his name is. He was okay,” joked Simmons.Beyond being Mark’s father, Nolan is also a prominent superhero in the world of Invincible, with many of the same foibles as certain cape-wearing folk from other comic books. That means the character will have a certain familiarity in look and in Simmons’ voice, which recalls certain notes of his roles on The Legend of Korra or even Law Order. But the actor teased “as the show runs its course, we learn layers of complexity about Nolan.” To say any more would spoil any number of Invincible s future storylines, but readers of the comics will know at least a few of the twists headed viewer’s way.Beyond Yeun, Oh, and Simmons, the program also features voice work by the likes of Jason Mantzoukas, Zachary Quinto, Zazie Beetz and Gillian Jacobs. “I think ‘coming into yourself’ really is the largest theme of the show,” said Beetz, who plays a re-imagined version of comic book character Amber Bennett.(Photo by Courtesy of Amazon Studios)“My character isn t a super hero character and I just kind of wanted to keep her grounded and her real,” she said of bringing a tougher, hipper Amber to life. But before any Invincible readers start to think she’s been radically rethought, Beetz noted with some jealousy that Jacobs got to do the grunts and “effort sounds” of an animated superhero.Jacobs, who plays Mark’s superhero friend Atom Eve, said, “Standing alone in a room, pretending to punch and kick and fly while people stare at you from the other side of a glass window, is a unique experience. The actor was working on her Marvel 616 documentary episode, “Higher Further Faster,” at the same time she recorded lines for Invincible, which added to the uniqueness of the experience.“I was learning so much at that time and developing such a deeper appreciation for comics storytelling,” she continue. “So it was really fun to be working on that and then come to the recording studio and be talking to Robert and the writers on the show about what I was learning. So I feel like I still don t know everything about the world of comics, but I certainly know a lot more now than I did three years ago.”(Photo by Courtesy of Amazon Studios)Beetz added, “I think for me, I feel like this [superhero] genre is really just another way to talk about the human condition, anxiety, and trying to find your place in the world, except the setting is just more heightened. And so in some ways you almost have more access to those raw emotions, which is something that Invincible does a lot. Obviously we re not flying around and killing aliens [in real life], but I think that it is still, to me, just the story of how to deal with grief or guilt or killing off parts of yourself in order to continue to grow.”And whether or not killing parts of themselves off is a requirement for growth, Kirkman hopes to see characters like Mark, Amber, and Eve continue to evolve over several seasons. “The idea is that we would be able to tell the story to its logical conclusion,” he said. He also hopes to include some of the comic books’ more epic moments at some point. “We don t have a truly unlimited budget, but we are still able to pull off some really crazy things,” he explained. “I m hoping that we get to see some superheroes burrowing through the center of a planet. There s some big moments like that that I m very excited to get to. And I think we re going to do those moments justice.”Invincible premieres on Amazon Prime on March 26, 2021.On an Apple device? 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Joel Meares for Rotten Tomatoes: You shared a video on Instagram of you listening to Love Myself, your song from The High Note – and you seemed completely overjoyed and moved by hearing the song and sharing it with people. Why does it mean so much to you right now to be releasing a song?Tracee Ellis Ross: I think there s lots of pieces to it. Number one, this is a childhood dream that, somewhere along the way, turned into my biggest fear. And I faced that fear and walked through it. And although I had already done the recording and obviously had heard the song before, this was the moment that I was sharing it with people that don t know me.I think it s really important in our lives to celebrate big and small moments. And this felt like a big one for me. Somehow that Instagram Live felt incredibly intimate and also like a party. And I could have never expected that I would feel like that. I ve never really done an Instagram – I mean, I ve gone live for 10 seconds trying to figure out what Live means, but I ve never advertised and planned, you know, a live party and a sharing of something. And it felt so connected and wonderful. There were 10,000 people in there, but it was really special.I also think, in this very real time we re in, where there is so much heaviness, so much loss, so much grief, the loss of livelihoods, the loss of lives, all of this is going on a heaviness that my heart feels like so many other people, it felt really special to have a moment of lightness, a moment of joy, a moment of freedom, and a moment of sharing and connection. Although, in a different way than we are used to, it seemed to really be a moment of light in the middle of that.Then there s the fact that the message of the song is exactly a tonic for the times right now. And I feel like, put down your phone; it doesn t matter what other people think. It s like, what do you think of yourself? Love yourself. And that s the message of the movie. And it felt really special to share that. You know, the message being that no matter the time, no matter the age, the phase, the stage you are at your life, no matter your circumstances, or even people telling you to stay in your lane, it s never too late to go after what you want. It s never too late to be who you are, and it s always worth pursuing that.Rotten Tomatoes: I m sure there is some disappointment that this isn t hitting movie theaters as expected, but it s also a movie that is going to bring joy into people s homes. Is this a movie that s in some ways right for the moment we re in?Ross: You know, I can t really determine that. I think that s for everybody else to decide, but I do hope that this film brings them joy. It s a feel-good movie. It s not a heavy movie. It s a really feel-good empowering movie. And we know music reaches into our hearts. You know, we all thought it was going to be a movie theater theatrical release, but I think this movie is perfectly suited for being in your home. I think it can be shared with your loved ones or watched by yourself. I think people can make an event of it and get themselves a cocktail or put some lemonade in a stemmed glass. I feel like it s one of those movies that makes you go through all the emotions. There s laughter. There s tears. There s joy. And there s music. I mean, what more can you ask for? And there s fashion, by the way, which also is very helpful.Rotten Tomatoes: There was some very good fashion. There is a memorable scene where Grace is trying to clean out her closet, but can t part with anything. Are you like that in real life? Do you struggle to get rid of some of your favorite outfits, or are you a total Marie Kondo?Ross: I am. I am. I m not like Grace in a lot of ways – most ways. I don t share a lot with her. It was really fun to take on the persona of somebody who was larger-than-life like that. And I mean, one of my favorite moments of the movie, by the way, is when Maggie tells Grace that she s dating someone or something and she s like, Does he know about me? That killed me. I was like, wow, way to turn a moment in the wrong direction! So I am not at all like Grace, but I am in that way. It s hard for me to let go of my clothing. I love holding onto stuff. It s hard for me to say goodbye to it.Rotten Tomatoes: Finally, you ve grown up with musicians: Was there anyone who you turned to for advice on playing this role when you got it?Ross: I didn t. You know, the role was so beautifully written from its first incarnation. When I first read that first draft of the script,  it didn t require a lot of research to look elsewhere. Also, it s a world I come from, to a certain extent. There was a lot for me to draw on that just lives within my own experience. But the support that I got mostly came in the studio and in the recording process, which was one of the main places that I started to find who Grace was. And how to find her voice, which was combined with my voice. Rodney Jerkins, who is the producer – a very experienced and well-known producer – was my touchstone. He made me feel so safe and so supported, I was able to walk through my fear and get really comfortable.Then of course I leaned towards friends in moments that I was having panic attacks. I was afraid about what I was doing. I called my sister and my brother who are both singers. And I have a friend that s a manager in the industry, and I called him at one point. But mostly our director, Nisha [Ganatra], was wonderful, and the script was there, so I didn t really have to call on anyone. It was all built into the process.The High Note is available to rent or buy on demand May 29, 2020.
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暖暖换装物语攻略 Eddie Murphy reprises one of his most popular movie characters ever (actually a handful of them) for the long-awaited sequel to Coming to America, and if you like the 1988 original, you may also enjoy Coming 2 America. Unfortunately, early reviews of the Amazon new release indicate the sequel borrows more than just its title from the first film, as the main complaint in the negative reviews of Craig Brewer’s follow-up are the movie s recycled bits.However, a lot of the favorable takes highlight the same overly faithful familiarity as a positive, or at least a harmless fault, while celebrating the return of Prince Akeem, Semi (Arsenio Hall) and the rest of the ensemble representing Zamunda and Queens. Especially Wesley Snipes.Here’s what critics are saying about Coming 2 America:Does the sequel live up to the original?I’m pleased to report the long-awaited, much-anticipated, will-it-ever-happen, heavily hyped Coming 2 America is just as gloriously funny and wonderful and original and gold-hearted.  Richard Roeper, Chicago Sun-TimesVirtually no one does good comedy sequels, especially decades after the fact… of all the people to finally get it right, who would’ve expected it to be Eddie Murphy?  Vince Mancini, UproxxA pale imitation that never comes close to the dizzying highs of the original.  Matt Goldberg, ColliderMan, this is supposed to be the long-awaited follow up to Coming to America! Why does it feel so toothless and safe?  Sean O Connell, CinemaBlendWill it cater to your nostalgia?Man, is it a fun nostalgic ride to take. Carla Renata, The Curvy Film CriticThe film will easily capitalize on the lingering nostalgic affection for one of Murphy s most successful efforts, even if the original isn t nearly as funny as you might remember. Frank Scheck, Hollywood ReporterComing 2 America is cute and fun, a lovingly made exercise in nostalgia. Kristen Baldwin, Entertainment WeeklyIt’s a sequel that’s leaning heavily on your fond memories of the first movie without daring to bring anything new to the table. Matt Goldberg, Collider(Photo by Quantrell D. Colbert/©Amazon Studios)Are there too many references to the original?It works in plenty of odes to the original while updating it in, well, not really surprising ways, but at least they seem entirely heartfelt. Jason Adams, PajibaComing 2 America often risks dissolving into an assemblage of reference points, but Murphy’s Akeem provides just enough pathos to fuse the narrative together. Eric Kohn, IndieWireCraig Brewer, a superfan of Murphy and his films, doesn’t hide the joy he has for it and stuffs as much as he can in this film to prove it. Aaron Neuwirth, We Live EntertainmentComing 2 America includes so many nods to its predecessor that it feels like a feature-length easter egg in search of a movie. Frank Scheck, Hollywood ReporterSo is it just for the fans?Coming 2 America is adamantly, unabashedly one for the fans. And, judged solely by that mission, it’s a straight-up, if modest, success. Ann Hornaday, Washington PostThose who adore the original will feel like they’ve been revisited by an old friend, or perhaps the dirty uncle, whose jokes are a bit frayed but still pointed enough. Eric Kohn, IndieWireWho’s curious to know what these folks have been up to in that span? If you count yourself as an ‘I do!’ then, well, this movie answers that question. Sometimes with terrific comedy! Jason Adams, Pajiba(Photo by ©Amazon Studios)Do you need to have seen the original?If you haven’t seen or can’t quite recall Coming to America, the relevant background is helpfully supplied here, along with some new information. A.O. Scott, New York TimesA lot of the jokes will land even if you haven’t seen it. That being said, you will appreciate this one so much more if you have watched the first one. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyWhere do the main problems lie?Brewer and the film’s three writers (Barry W. Blaustein, David Sheffield, and Kenya Barris) get so caught up in repeating what worked before that they neglect characters with the most promise and potential. Rob Hunter, Film School RejectsOne of the chief problems with Coming 2 America is that it doesn’t even know who its protagonist should be. Matt Goldberg, ColliderIs it funny?If you are a fan of the first one, there are numerous callbacks that should have you laughing until your sides hurt. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyIt delivers several genuine laughs, even if it never achieves the comedic excellence of its predecessor. Kristen Baldwin, Entertainment WeeklyIt didn’t always make me laugh (though I laughed plenty), but it always made me smile. Vince Mancini, UproxxWith no strong characters and a muddled plot, it’s no surprise that most of the jokes in Coming 2 America fail to land. Matt Goldberg, Collider(Photo by Quantrell D. Colbert/©Amazon Studios)Does it veer into musical territory?From time to time, Coming 2 America stirs to life, especially when it goes full-on musical pageant. Justin Chang, Los Angeles TimesThere are more dance numbers than the first one, and they were some of my favorite scenes. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyIt’s a winning, maximalist musical extravaganza. Vince Mancini, UproxxHow is Eddie Murphy?Brash, lovable, and doused in irony at every turn, his outsized persona remains a singular figure in American comedy, evidently still capable of dominating the screen. Eric Kohn, IndieWireThe biggest letdown is seeing Murphy deliver such a generic, lifeless character after both the original film and his wildly charismatic and energetic performance in Brewer’s Dolemite Is My Name. Rob Hunter, Film School RejectsAnd the newcomers?While [Jermaine] Fowler proves an appealing comic actor, he s unable to bring much vibrancy to the formulaic goings-on. Frank Scheck, Hollywood ReporterLeslie Jones as Lavelle’s mother, Mary, and Tracy Morgan as his uncle, Reem, and they’re both as flat-out funny as you’d expect them to be. Richard Roeper, Chicago Sun-TimesLeslie Jones is reliably hilarious. Anna Menta, DeciderThis movie provides further testimony to the absolute comic genius of Wesley Snipes. A.O. Scott, New York TimesWesley Snipes has never given such a riotous kind of deadpan performance. Eric Kohn, IndieWire(Photo by Quantrell D. Colbert/©Amazon Studios)Are there any notable cameos?The arrival of a certain famous baritone voice, who narrates a very ridiculous funeral, shows just how much the movie has invested in its jokey internal logic. Eric Kohn, IndieWireMuch of the film s fun stems from the celebrity cameos — including Morgan Freeman amusingly sending up his godlike narrator image and Trevor Noah as a ZNN anchor. Frank Scheck, Hollywood ReporterIs it more contemporary in its treatment of women characters?What I most appreciate about this sequel is the women of Zamunda are self sufficient, strong-willed, strong-minded and not reliant upon the approval of a man to be their own person. Carla Renata, The Curvy Film CriticThe film s feminism – which sees the girls doing some fighting and not much else – feels tacked on. Emma Simmonds, The ListLike the first movie, albeit to a less leering extent, this one wants to have its cake and eat it too when it comes to objectifying women. Ann Hornaday, Washington PostHow are Ruth E. Carter s costumes?Perhaps the biggest star of the film isn’t an on-screen player but its costume designer Ruth Carter, who has gone all out in creating an Afrocentric aesthetic that bursts with richly hued fabrics, lush textures and gleaming metallics. Ann Hornaday, Washington PostThe various royal garments give this film interesting ways to build off the characters and a wide array of colors to constantly work with, which shines just as brightly as the many happy faces seen throughout. Aaron Neuwirth, We Live EntertainmentI’m not exaggerating when I say that costume designer Ruth E. Carter deserves an(other) Oscar. Vince Mancini, UproxxShe could win another [Oscar] just for General Izzi’s warlord couture. A.O. Scott, New York Times(Photo by ©Amazon Studios)Is Coming 2 America ultimately worth streaming at home?It’s good at what it sets out to do. Which makes it great fun. Ann Hornaday, Washington PostIt’s the kind of comedy with a repeatability factor that will have you making plans to see it again before the closing credits even finish rolling. Richard Roeper, Chicago Sun-TimesPerhaps some of this movie’s jokes would kill on the big screen rather than simply expiring as they did on my laptop. Justin Chang, Los Angeles TimesIf Coming 2 America had released in theaters, or on-demand for .99, I’m not sure it’d be worth it. But since it’s streaming free on Prime, and since you probably already have a subscription… Sure! Anna Menta, DeciderComing 2 America premieres on Amazon Prime on March 5, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

最后,《潘多拉的回响》的安卓模拟器图文安装教程就为大家详解到这里了,相信大家都已经清楚这款电脑版模拟器怎么下载安装了。赶紧下载这个手游模拟器,一起在电脑上畅玩吧。 Ron Perlman has played some monster characters throughout his career, notably the titular Hellboy in two Guillermo del Toro–directed films about that red, horned, cigar-smoking comic book anti-hero; the grizzled gang leader Clay Morrow in FX biker drama Sons of Anarchy; and even his breakout role as Vincent from CBS s live-action Beauty and the Beast series, in which he starred opposite Linda Hamilton. With his latest series, he adds to the list. A lot of the characters that I ve played without makeup that are, you know, seemingly human are the most monstrous things I ve ever done, Perlman told Rotten Tomatoes when discussing new Peacock series, The Capture, which premieres on the launch day of NBC s new streaming service.The Capture — so incredibly well-rendered and so smart, the actor said — takes viewers deep into a highly surveilled world in which anyone with the wherewithal, and motive, can alter video footage and place a crime that never happened at the foot of a would-be criminal of their choosing.In the six-episode series, which was recently renewed by the BBC for a second season, Perlman plays Frank Napier, a CIA official leading a small team that monitors CCTV, the UK s expansive network of security cameras, in the name of upholding justice. But at what cost does such justice come where video evidence of a crime that was supposedly committed, may have been a hoax all along?(Photo by BBC/Heyday Films/Nick Wall)Perlman co-stars opposite Holliday Grainger (Patrick Melrose) as DI Rachel Carey and Callum Turner (Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald) as Shawn Emery, a former soldier framed for murder. With recent technological breakthroughs in deep-fake technology and the ever-growing trend of distrusting facts, the series fictional concept of Correction (the truth-altering tech featured in the series) feels both completely terrifying and absolutely plausible. [It s about] things I m personally obsessed with, in regards to the people that we look to in order to keep us safe and protected, Perlman said. How pure can we expect their motivations to be? Are their personal agendas spilling over into the things that (we hope) they do for purely ideological reasons? You know, for, hopefully, the greater good? These are all important questions to ask, especially when the news cycle is continuously recounting stories of law enforcement entities and government agencies that aren t exactly serving the people s best interests.Speaking on the series, and the many issues currently facing Americans, Perlman is quick to identify the  ripped apart nature of our politics where you don t know what you re being sold or who s selling it to you, a lot of the time. And for an actor who has been famously outspoken in his progressive beliefs on Twitter — he was briefly suspended from the platform in 2019 for comments made in a now-deleted tweet celebrating the death of Koch Industries Vice Chairman David Koch, and he recently got involved in an online scuffle with Republican Sen. Ted Cruz — his decision to play a conservative-leaning character in a questionable position of power becomes more intriguing.In The Capture, Perlman s Frank makes some callous choices and steps over the line of morality more than once in the interest of upholding national and international security. When asked if Napier is a monster, the actor has trouble giving a definitive answer. You can make an argument that Frank is so multifaceted that it s hard to figure out where the monster in him ends and the humanity begins, Perlman explained. So I mean, one of the fascinating things about trying to figure out how to play the guy is, for the whole history of the show, you ll walk away not knowing, was he a good guy? Was he a bad guy? I just don t know. (Photo by Sony Pictures)On the big screen, Perlman continues to team up with his close friend Del Toro. In the long-awaited new adaptation of Pinocchio, he plays Mangiafuoco, a character known to many as Stromboli, thanks to Walt Disney s 1940 film classic.He also appears in Paul W.S. Anderson s upcoming Monster Hunter, a big-budget movie adaptation of Capcom s action role-playing video game of the same name that stars Milla Jovovich and Tony Jaa. The movie was scheduled to open this September, but has been pushed back to April 2021. Perlman, who described his role as Admiral in the flick to Comic Book Movie as a lot of chewing the scenery, was mostly mum about specific story details, but gave an impression of what to expect. I m not a gamer, so I m not familiar with the video game, Perlman said. I know that it has a huge following and huge popularity. I know that the production that Sony gave it, under the great leadership of Paul W.S. Anderson, was top draw. You know, it was just such a phenomenal experience and seemed like we were making a big-time movie — lots of titillating juicy battle scenes and chase scenes. There are a lot of high stakes, so this should be a good one to watch. And what about that a highly-publicized Twitter spat between Perlman and Cruz? The whole thing began after the U.S. Soccer Federation repealed its policy that prohibited athletes from kneeling during the national anthem as an act of protest against police brutality.The news drew ire from the likes of President Donald Trump and Republican Congressman Matt Gaetz who shamed the sports institution. Perlman soon added his two cents on Twitter, saying, The US Soccer team called and you guessed it said they couldn’t give any less of a f k about what you two dips ts think.”A follow-up tweet, directed at Gaetz and showing a photo of  Rep. Jim Jordan, a former wrestling coach accused of ignoring athletes reports of abuse by a doctor at Ohio State University, caught the attention of Cruz and sparked the war of words between the actor and the senator, who challenged Perlman to a wrestling match — with Jordan.The bizarre back-and-forth led Perlman to present a counteroffer to Cruz, promoting the idea that if the senator himself would face him in the ring, he d donate ,000 dollars to Black Lives Matter. They traded a few more barbs before things quieted down, but Perlman is still up for the challenge.Though he has made it very clear that he ll never play Hellboy on the big screen again, Perlman said he may be willing to reprise the role through voice-over in a virtual wrestling match with Cruz — perhaps in an animated special akin to, say, MTV s old Celebrity Death Match cartoon series. Would he step into Hellboy s shoes one more time for such a special occasion? Absolutely, said Perlman, laughing. [Cruz has] just said so many things that are so damaging to the concept of human discourse. He s one of the guys who has the most deleterious effect on the American consciousness, which is: He s designed to make us cynical. He s designed to make us disengaged. He s designed his whole modus operandi to say stuff that makes us into disbelievers rather than people who are rallying around some beautiful concepts that Americans pledge allegiance to. He s a diabolical villain. And so any chance I get virtually to have a smackdown with this motherf er, I would jump at the opportunity.  The Capture launches on Peacock on July 15.

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首先,《天谕》手游的战斗操作很流畅。笔者选择了光刃职业,然后设置中选择“锁定最近的敌人”,自由走位连招的玩法让游戏的动作意味非常浓厚。尤其是光刃那“三刀流”式的炫酷战斗风格,瞬间就击中我的审美点。

暖暖换装物语攻略 now I ve spoken to the white community or the community othering us, and now I m going to speak to my people because I really want this film to be about girls that look like me. And so I wanted it to have this full-circle moment where I start by pointing out the problem, pointing out all of the beauty that comes with being a Black woman, like your skin and your hair If your name is tied to your culture and your history, and it s a name that people want you to shorten, don’t let them unless you want them to, and let them know that it s okay to be exactly who you are without letting the media tell you.Williams: What was that pivotal moment when you no longer felt ashamed and were able to see your beauty? Dawson-Amoah: I don t know if it was a specific moment. It was, I mean, I m still learning it, I m still getting comfortable. But I guess the period of my life where I realized that it was a problem everywhere was when I came to school, because I came to school in New York specifically for the reason that I want to do film, but I also wanted to be in the melting pot. I wanted to be around like other people of color. And I got to New York, I got to my school specifically, and it was exactly the same. And I was, Okay, so this is just, this is a world issue, representation; it isn t just in my town. It wasn t different from my upbringing. It s a world issue. But also with that, I was able to meet people who had similar experiences. And I was like, Oh, okay. I can’t wait for the people around me to accept me for who I am, I just have to make that choice for myself. When I came to school, I kind of had this chance to start anew. So I remember I walked into class and the teacher was taking attendance and the teacher was like, What s your name? And I was like, Ewurakua,  and she said, Oh, can I call you something else? I said, No. That was the very first time that I told someone, No. Up until that point, I d be like, Oh yeah, look, I guess you can call me this or this. But at that moment I said, No, you can t call me another name. And I started going by Ewurakua – I guess that was the moment.Williams: There s spoken-word in the background of your film, but then you see these beautiful visions of Black women, different ages, sizes, and shapes. I really want you to speak more about why you wanted to go that route instead of having someone on screen, actually speaking these words to the audience.Dawson-Amoah: Poetry has always been a huge part of my creative process and I had never thought to integrate it one of my films before. And so for this, I wanted to marry visuals – extreme visuals – with poetry. I wanted it to not be someone speaking, just like someone speaking at you; I wanted it to feel as open as possible so that someone could place themselves in any of those scenes. I felt like the best way to do that was to have this voice going over all of these scenes and the scenes explaining what it means to be a Black woman and celebrating that.(Photo by Saskia De Borchgrave and Alexander Stavila)Williams: Can you tell me about your experience of making this film?Dawson-Amoah: It was a journey and a half! I mean, if someone had told me how expensive filmmaking was when I got to school, I don t know if I would have had as much confidence coming up as I did trying to figure out how to make it work on such a small budget. I m actually really grateful that I didn t have the budget that would have been amazing to have, because it forced me to be really creative about how I told my story outside and also the people I met along the way. So I did something that I enjoy doing: for all of the locations, there was a place that I grew up in, like there was a hill that was next to the school, the church was my church, one of the studios was a studio that I used to dance in as a little girl. And so all of those places were really personal and I got to meet people in the new places, where I would go to that person to explain my story, explain who I was, and then I m making a connection. I would also host ticketed open mic nights. All the proceeds would go towards the film, these little ways to get really creative, to make it work and to make it both exciting for the people who were giving to the project and then also actually make the project happen. There were also things that that didn t end up making the cut, but there was one scene that I fought for. I was like, I need a spider for this one scene because it s important to my culture. There s this folklore tale in my dad s culture called Anansi the Spider, and I really wanted to incorporate it into the film. So, I looked for a spider and I got a spider, we shot the scene and then I went into the editing room and it didn t work. And so things like that, where I would put all this energy into something and then realize it doesn t work and I would have to pivot and give away my babies through the process until I got to this piece There was a lot that went into it, budget and things like that scene –  something that no one sees – but it s always an exciting story to tell.Williams: What was your inspiration to become a filmmaker?Dawson-Amoah: Well my dad loves movies. He would always have Friday night movie nights where we would go to the Redbox or Blockbuster Video and bring home a movie and we would watch. And my mom really liked to watch plays. So, when I wasn t watching a movie with my dad, I got really, really into plays with my mom and I would memorize the scripts and in my room I would re-enact all of these storylines. But as I got older, I realized I wasn t acting storylines with people that look like me. Like, none of my favorite films back then had Black people in them. And when they did have Black people in it, they were either a side character or they were put in a stereotypical role or a comical role. The only time a Black person was in the lead role was when they were the butt of the joke. There wasn t a serious three-dimensional character. So, I started to rewrite my favorite movies and plays to have people that were Black and people that look like me, like girls who had tight curly hair that were the lead female character and like fellow women in bonnets, that were making fufu in the kitchen – just things that made me think of the people around me. Like, they had kente cloth in their house. And so I got really into that. And that s what started the reading side of it. Because I was like, if there s no one on screen that looks like this, maybe there aren t people writing people that look like this. So, I was like, okay, my goal s to be able to write scripts that have people that look like me so that one day I can have people that look like me on the screen.That was really the initial jumping off point for me. From a young age, I knew that I wanted to be a director, no matter what. I didn t tell my parents; I was a senior in high school and up until then I told them I wanted to be a forensic pathologist. That was only because on one of my favorite shows I watched that was what the lead character s job was. So, I just kept that narrative up until I applied to NYU. Then I was like, I actually really like doing this and thankfully they were really supportive of it. My dad, he s been my rock in this entire process. It s kind of his fault because he started my love for movies. I feel like deep down he knows that.Williams: How has directing To the Girl That Looks Like Me changed you as a director?Dawson-Amoah: It taught me how beautiful you can make something when you don t compromise on people. And I don t mean don t compromise at all, because compromise is something that just comes with life and comes to making; but compromise in that I knew I wanted to make a film with Black women, I made a film with Black women, and was able to come out of that knowing that I didn t say I can t find the people I want, maybe I should change my story. Knowing that I didn t do that was rewarding and something that I m going to bring to all of my future projects. So, if it ever looks like it s going to be hard, but I know that the thing that I want for the film is so important to my vision and my story, I m just going to remember how good it felt to make this film and then keep doing that for my future work.Williams: How has your experience been so far being accepted into the Scene in Color Film Series and being mentored by Will Packer?Dawson-Amoah: I m so excited to be mentored by someone who has the same passions and who makes sure that our community is on the screen. Will has been someone who s been showing us in his films since when no one in Hollywood was really doing that until recently. The fact that he was able to be so strong and do the stories he wanted to tell with the cast that you wanted to use a lot of his casts, like, they laugh, which is a really nice thing. I m just really excited to learn from someone who is able to fail a lot, knowing what they wanted to get at the end. I m also scared. This came out of nowhere and so I have my path where, Oh, what if I don t write something good? What if I m too stressed and I’m in over my head? When I first met him he was just so warm. I can already see him as an amazing mentor figure. So, I m just really excited to get started on this with a mentor who looks like me; this is the first time that I m going to have a mentor who looks like me, which is wild and that alone is worth celebrating.Williams: Are there any specific films Will Packer has made that has inspired you?Dawson-Amoah: Well, for me Girls Trip was I mean everyone, every age, creed, went out to see that film, it sold out so many theaters and basically you see Black joy on screen. Because in a lot of films, they show us going through it, but to sit down and just laugh the whole time and laugh and laugh and laugh, that’s something that inspires me. I love watching comedy. I love romance movies with Black people in them because it s something that we don t see a lot. We don t see Black joy, or it s like Black joy for a little bit, but there has to be some trauma in there, like something has to go wrong. And so that inspires me. Because I just love seeing Black people happy on the big screen. Media really does speak to people. Because people don t have the opportunity to be in New York, they don’t have the opportunity to be in melting-pot areas where they re able to see everyone, and the only thing you re seeing of our community are these negative portrayals, like everyone s gonna think that. And so, when we re able to see us in happy roles and lead roles, when the character is a journalist and successful professions like that, that does a lot for young girls and the surrounding communities as well. Williams: How do you want to see the representation of  Black Women in Film and Television evolve?Dawson-Amoah: I think it is important to have representation in front of and behind the camera. Something I saw when these initiatives started popping up that were talking about diversity, was that there d be commercials with people of color, smiling and giggling, but then you pull back the curtain and you look at who s holding the camera, who s saying action, who s yelling cut – who are the people who are on the crew? There s still those folks who have been in these positions for so long. I think representation has to be on both ends of the spectrum. You can t just have it for people on screen, if the people still calling the shots and still pulling the strings are the same people pulling the strings all this time. So I think representation in high seats is something that I want for the industry going forward. I want to walk into a job interview and my interviewer is Black. I want to be on set and the DP is a woman. I want to be able to see people all over the board, not just when it s convenient. It s not enough to just have us there as representation, but giving us the say in the writing room and in the roles that are actually going to be making the changes in the end.Williams: What advice would you give young up-and-coming filmmakers? Dawson-Amoah: Imposter syndrome is a scary thing. I think the biggest piece of advice I can give is to know that every single opportunity that happens to you happened to you for a reason – you belong in the room that you re sitting in, and you belong in the next room that you re going to be sitting in. All the doors that open for you were not opened for you by accident. So don t let anyone make that way and don t feel that way, especially our community. In this industry, a lot of my friends and myself, we get to these places – even this opportunity, I was like, Oh no, like maybe I don t deserve it, maybe people are gonna think this or that. I had to talk myself out of that space so many times. So I think the biggest piece of advice I can give is just to be so confident in yourself and in your successes, to take time to celebrate yourself and tell yourself that you deserve everything that s happening to you – because the world won t do that. It will tell you you don t deserve it. And it s not true.See more shorts and meet more filmmakers from the Scene in Color Film Series.

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