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(Photo by Rotten Tomatoes)One of Hideo Kojima s most resonant achievements in his 30-year career as a video game designer and director came early. Kojima saved a troubled project at Konami called Metal Gear by reducing the game s combat and emphasizing avoiding detection, pioneering the stealth genre. When it was ported to the Nintendo Entertainment System, it sold over a million copies in America.Kojima returned to the series in 1998 with Metal Gear Solid for the PlayStation, a groundbreaking hybrid of intense stealth action dressed with stylish cinematic flair that went on to move six million units. He designed and directed four more direct Metal Gear sequels, piecing together a complex and occasionally bizarre tale of nanotechnology, nuclear proliferation, military conspiracies, and, yes, love blooming on the battlefield that has found wide appeal beyond core gamers.That explains the cast Kojima was able to put together for his latest game, Death Stranding. Through motion capture, Norman Reedus stars as as Sam Bridges, a cargo carrier tasked with connecting a post-apocalyptic America back online, outpost by outpost. Reedus is joined by Lea Seydoux, Mads Mikkelsen, Margaret Qualley, Lindsay Wagner, Guillermo del Toro, and Nicolas Winding Refn in an audacious boots-on-the-ground epic, which emphasizes collaboration with other players online over violent shootouts in rebuilding America, featuring Kojima s signature maximalist storytelling.He s always worn his inspirations in the open, and the way they weave into his games is part of their crossover charm and fun. You can get a sense of what movies Kojima watches through playing his games: Blade Runner is all over cyberpunk graphic adventure Snatcher, there s plenty of Escape From New York s DNA in Metal Gear Solid, and Death Stranding even has a major character named Die-Hardman. So when Kojima stopped by for a tour of Rotten Tomatoes HQ on the eve of The Game Awards where Death Stranding won Best Game Direction, Best Score/Music, and Best Performance (Mads Mikkelsen) we had to sneak in a Five Favorite Films. (Photo by Warner Bros/Everett Collection)All Batman Movies RankedA Dark Knight, the Caped Crusader, ol Boogaloo Bats. There is a Batman for all seasons. But whatever you call him, he s known far and wide as a comic book hero who s managed to keep relevant in entertainment for decades, re-invented time and time again to answer a nation s distress Bat-signal all. It was camp colors and biff bang pow for the 1960s (the Batman TV show). The 80s found a taste for blockbuster art deco madness (Tim Burton s Batman). The 90s got the best of it (Mask of the Phantasm) and the worst (Batman Robin). The world of the 2000s demanded realism and it got Christopher Nolan s The Dark Knight trilogy. These days he s playing nice with the Justice League, while awaiting transformation as Robert Pattinson slips on the cowl for 2021 s The Batman.Holy review aggregates! Now we ve gathered all the theatrical Batman movies in one list (including the one night stand of The Killing Joke), ranked by Tomatometer! See the state of the of Gotham City justice in 2020! (And see all things Batsy on film and television with our Batman franchise page.)

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The original premise for the series saw Gordon facing the corrupt Gotham City Police Department while attempting to solve the Wayne murders. But things changed quickly as Mazouz’s Bruce Wayne became more tied to the investigation, and Gotham explored a still-grieving Bruce in the immediate wake of the tragedy. The attempt to process his grief led to some of the obsessive qualities fans recognize in Batman, and it made him uniquely suited to investigate his father’s company in way Gordon could not. Bruce s quest for answers put him on a surprising journey, which meant Mazouz spent more time in Bruce Wayne’s developing psyche than any other actor who has played Batman.“I think it s just a more human process,” he said of Bruce’s journey to masked vigilantism in the fourth season, and the persona his character will take on by the series’ end.(Photo by Justin Stephens/Fox)While Gotham goes on wild tangents to introduce members of Batman’s varied and colorful rogues’ gallery, those stories helped to underscore the original tragedy of Bruce Wayne, Mazouz said.“It s a story that Gotham tells over and over again; people losing something and having some kind of tragic moment to them. We saw it with Penguin, we saw it with Riddler, where things happen to them that aren t justified. The question is: What does a person do with those things after it happens? Bruce is able to turn that vulnerability into strength. He s able to say, ‘I suffered this. I don t want anybody else to do the same,’” the actor said.Villains like Penguin and Riddler, meanwhile, take those losses and decide “[they] want other people to know what that feels like. [They] want other people to suffer too.” That dichotomy reverberates from their Gotham portrayals into the comic-book reality of Batman.Before Bruce can finally adopt his famous identity, he must navigate a Gotham City undone by Jeremiah’s (Cameron Monaghan) attack on the bridges connecting the city to the mainland. Taking its cues from the 1999 No Man’s Land comic book storyline, the series picks up a couple of months after the bombings with “the entire city in complete anarchical disarray,” Mazouz said. Gangs have turned sections of the city into their own little fiefdoms. And while the GCPD try to help as many people as they can without federal support, the situation on the ground is grim.

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Harris appeared as Captain Francis Crozier in The Terror opposite Ciarán Hinds (Game of Thrones) as Sir John Franklin and Tobias Menzies (Outlander) as James Fitzjames. An esteemed sailor with personal demons, Crozier faces a largely invisible  force of — if not evil exactly — unrelenting and destructive nature. Harris lead performance throughout, on- and apparently off-screen as well, was impressive, contributing to the season s stellar Certified Fresh 95% Tomatometer score and a Golden Tomato for best horror series in 2018. Jared was very often trying to give some of his lines away to other characters to make sure that they would stay in focus for the audience, it was amazing, showrunner  David Kajganich told Rotten Tomatoes in May last year. He’s the height of generosity. I mean, we couldn’t have asked for a better collaborator than Jared, in every way.Chernobyl is on its way to Certified Fresh status, with a 100% score on nine reviews ahead of its release. The five-part miniseries also stars Breaking the Waves costars Stellan Skarsgård and Emily Watson, who echoed Kajganich s admiration — also noting that Harris is a giggle. “You can tell from his work that he has complete integrity and cares very deeply about the things that really matter, Watson told Rotten Tomatoes. Actually getting to work with him confirmed that 100 percent — and to my great joy — he doesn’t care about the stuff that doesn’t matter. Very similar to Stellan, but I knew that already. Jared is effortlessly truthful and works without ego. He can get very animated if he feels that we’re not getting to the bottom of the subject in hand — holding everyone around him to a very high standard.”The historical drama also boasts an unlikely creative team: director Johan Renck (Vikings) is well known for his work in music videos, including David Bowie s Blackstar and Beyoncé s Me, Myself and I, while writer and creator Craig Mazin s credits — including Scary Movie 3, The Hangover Part II,  Identity Thief, and The Huntsman: Winter s War — though often profitable, don t immediately suggest prestige TV. (Photo by HBO)A go-to British character actor for the moody everyman, Harris is anything but in real life; for one, he is the son of Welsh actress and socialite Elizabeth Rees-Williams and renowned Irish actor Richard Harris — famous to a younger generation as the Harry Potter film franchise s beloved first Dumbledore (the one fans had to say goodbye to when the actor passed away in 2002). To a more seasoned audience, the elder Harris is best known as Marcus Aurelius in Gladiator and for Oscar-nominated roles in This Sporting Life and The Field.In addition to his Chernobyl and The Terror roles, Jared Harris has distinguished himself as King George VI in Netflix s award-winning period drama The Crown, as hard-living Outer Planets Alliance leader Anderson Dawes in sci-fi series The Expanse, rogue scientist David Robert Jones in Fringe, and as Mad Men s tragic ad-agency partner Lane Pryce. And that s just TV. He s also appeared on film as Professor James Moriarty in Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, Andy Warhol in I Shot Andy Warhol, and Ulysses S. Grant in Steven Spielberg s Lincoln.We spoke to the actor before Chernobyl hit, and he told us about the joys of performing with Skarsgård and Watson, the status of Anderson Dawes in The Expanse, and, as a big fan of another HBO hit series, indulged us with some Game of Thrones talk.(Photo by Roy Rochlin/Getty Images for Tribeca Film Festival)Debbie Day for Rotten Tomatoes: The first episode, to me, plays like a horror show. And after seeing you in The Terror, I wondered what draws you to that kind of bleak material.Harris: I want to say yes to things that are really well written. Stories that grip me, and that excite me, and ones that where I want to flip the page and see what happens next. And definitely felt that way about this.For someone like me who lived through that period of time, I was surprised at how interested I was in seeing the story portrayed. You mentioned, in your interview with Seth Meyers, that you remember the time well.Harris: I do remember it well. I was living in London at the time, and I remember all the stuff on the news about it. And like I said, tracking the cloud, and I also remember that once the cloud had passed over, and sort of passed over the Atlantic, people stopped paying attention to it, and I was very surprised to find out from reading this that it was spewing toxic waste up into the atmosphere for another three months. You know, they didn t say that at the time.And again, it was the things that you d find out that you didn t know, and the reason why you turned the page and you keep reading. The sacrifices that people made, the heroism of unnamed people that didn t expect to be lionized by history in any way. And the suppression of the truth, that bureaucratic bungling, the irony of it being a safety test that stops the whole thing. It was incredibly well written and fascinating.This is an interesting time to do a series about out-of-control egos.Harris: Absolutely. There are lots of immediate parallels, aren t there, too, to what s happening. We re dealing with crises that people are ignoring, the scientific facts, experts are not being listened to, opinions are taking precedent over scientific inquiry. You know? And they have very little regard for the health and well-being of their people.(Photo by HBO)That s something that definitely resonated with me about the series.Harris: I ll tell you what I took from it: The Soviet state was the one where the suppression of the truth was taken over facts. The state lied, and no one expected to be able to hear the truth from the state, and the powers that be. And the population had become cynical about an expectation of being able to hear the truth or hold power to account. But that s when things get dangerous: when you no longer can — or expect to be able to — hold the powers, the governing bodies to a standard of truth. And that s when they can get away with it. So you ve got to be vigilant, you can t give up. You can hold their feet to the fire.One of your character s quotes is, “Every lie we tell incurs a debt to the truth.” That was very meaningful to me.Harris: That was Craig, and when you pitch a show about a historical event, I think one of the questions you get asked is, Why now? How is it relevant to now? And you have to have an answer for that before the commissioners will say, OK, we ll give you however many millions to go ahead and make it. And I think that was in the DNA of what Craig was interested in: truth.And one of the things that he said that was interesting, which, again, he said A line from it, is he said, You can lie all you want, but the truth doesn t really care. And the truth will do what it s going to do. And I suppose in that sense, as it relates to what s happening now, we can argue over climate change all we like, but at the end of the day, it s going to do what it s going to do.You see that happening around the world, and I think that the older generation is really failing the task. There was an obsession with the generation above us, with the Golden Generation; they were fighting for everybody s rights in World War II, and for freedom and liberty, and — we are not covering ourselves with glory, our generation.It s hard to get people to care about something beyond their front doorstep.Harris: Until it comes right up to their front doorstep, then floods their living room That s what Craig s saying: If that s what s going to happen, it will do it anyway, whether you believe in it or not. If you believe the science or not, you can start paddling around in your living room in a kayak.(Photo by Aidan Monaghan/AMC)You ve had a long career, and when I saw your name on The Terror, I thought, Well, Jared Harris is in it, it must be good.Harris: I like that association.And, yeah, all of the television that I ve seen you in, like from Fringe, and Mad Men, and The Expanse, it s all been such excellent work. What is it about television?Harris: Why TV, why is that happening? I think that s got less to do with me, and it s got more to do with the fact that the studios have given up on entertaining adults. And they are trying to get a certain age bracket to come in, and it s sort of 12-24 year old men, and they give you giant tentpole action/superhero films, which I really enjoy, I go and see, as well. But they ve given up on any other entertaining, any other kind of mindset. And for a while, there was a vacuum, and then television has stepped into that vacuum, because there s an appetite for complicated stories, and nuanced characters, and original stories, and taking risks, and there is an appetite out there, and television and now the streaming platforms have stepped into that, and there s a supply for that demand.I think that s why it s happening. And for me, I grew up loving the movies of the ’70s, and I really thought that if you had a career in cinema, that somehow you d be working in films like that, and they don t really exist in films anymore, but they exist in television.There still will be rubbish on TV, don t get me wrong. There s still a lot of rubbish out there, and I personally, I want to be in things that I care about, and at the moment, there s enough out there that you don t have to say yes to rubbish to pay your mortgage, you can say yes to things that you care about, and stories that means something to you, and that interest me or not, but are challenging.(Photo by Marvel Comics)You do have a big, kind of blockbuster-y movie on the horizon, with Morbius, yes?Harris: Yeah, I ve got another week on that. And I mean, that s not a big commitment on my side, you know? They don t want anything to be revealed about it until it s time for them to start trying to go out there, and tickle the interest of the public. So I m doing a Spiderman spin-off movie called Morbius, but beyond that — that s it. Yeah. There s Matt Smith, which is cool. And Jared Leto.Was it confusing having two Jareds on set?Harris: It wasn t confusing — I ll say that.You also have Carnival Row coming, yes?Harris: Yes, I believe that s coming out at the end of this year, but I haven t heard anything specific.There would be a lot of effects with that — they would be spending more time on it, yes?Harris: I believe so, but … once something wraps, once your part wraps, you re in the dark until it s time for the thing to come out, and sometimes they still don t tell you anything, and we find out about it once it starts airing. So I m not sure what their plans are specifically. I think I heard somewhere that it s coming out in October, towards the end of October.(Photo by Syfy)Where did we leave Anderson Dawes in The Expanse? Did he kind of just jet off?Harris: Yeah. Anderson pinched — he stole the scientist, yeah. And that was it — that was the last we saw of him, specifically.Is there any hope that we’ll see him again?Harris: I’m not sure. I haven t heard any more from them. At one point, they had called up, and they were seeing whether or not I d be interested in — it wouldn t have been coming back for season 3, but for beyond season 3 I don t know what their plans are [now that] Amazon picked it up. I haven t heard anything from anybody.I really enjoyed that character. It was a very satisfying character for me. I spent a lot of time talking with Mark Fergus about the character, and the idea of walking a very thin line with regards to keeping the audience guessing as to what side of the fence he was on: Could you trust him? Was he an agent of good? Was he just out for himself, for his own self-aggrandizement? Or was he really there fighting for the cause. And I loved it. I loved playing with that back and forth of it. But, yeah, I don t know what their plans are.I think some of those questions still exist when he leaves the scene. I really enjoyed watching the character, because of that sort of enigmatic behavior.Harris: Yeah. From my point of view, I consider him to be “ride or die.” … He s looking out for the interest of his people. And he was prepared to do whatever he needed to do to make sure that they were protected and got what they needed, you know?But you never quite knew whether or not he was looking just to promote himself or not, the way he was using other people. I liked that ambiguity. I loved the crazy looks of the character. I remember, we were talking about the identity because they were going to put the tattoos on me, and I asked him what they were, and what they represented. And I said, Well, since I m supposed to be this sort of, the original OPA Belter, let s invent the idea that they re scars and that the original suits burned you. And that s how people end up representing their connection to the original guys. And they asked me about the accent, and they said, It s up to you to decide what you want to do, the accents you can do. It was like curry: You can be mild, medium, or spicy hot. And I said, I want the hot, the most difficult, the most extreme version of it, I want to do that one.Are you a fan of the books?Harris: I started to read them, but, again, I have so much reading to do, that — if I was coming back, would do a deep dive into them. I was really enjoying them, but … I don t read for pleasure any longer, I have so much reading to do, and when you say yes to a project, you suddenly have a stack of books, you ve got weeks of internet diving, and — I don t find reading pleasurable anymore. It s work.(Photo by HBO)When the next Song of Ice and Fire book comes out, will you read that?Harris: I haven t read those at all.Really?Harris: I haven t read any of them.Ah. That s interesting.Harris: But what I know from talking to people is that they are, they re The show s very different from the books. There s no Night King in the books … someone told me [author George R.R. Martin] doesn t feature the character. And the person who s going to bring the wall down is Euron Greyjoy.I m looking forward to the last three [episodes], although I can t believe that they ve erased the existential threat. Somehow, I feel as though there s a twist in that tale. It just seems, that seems odd, that that was continually driving the undercurrent of the entire series, and that they fought back, and now — and without it ever getting to Cersei s doorstep, either, which, if anyone deserves to be visited by the army of the undead, it s Cersei. If anyone deserves to become the undead, it s Cersei.And I think from Dany s dream earlier on in the series, we thought —Harris: When she s captured by the warlocks. Yeah, the whole roof to the throne room at King s Landing is completely burnt away.Someone said to me, Well, winter is still coming. Just because the Night King is gone, doesn t mean winter s going to stop. Harris: What does this mean, in terms of sort of what s left on the table? If her army has been decimated, they don t have enough to take out Cersei s two armies, and now the two dragons are in play, and you re going to go and melt King s Landing. But then, of course, there s going to be objections of doing that amongst her team of advisors. I could imagine somewhere along the line of that there will somehow be, and that they will bring up the not the Night King, per se, but that threat, and then since they re supposed to represent death, how can you kill death?The only other thing I did think about, was that the red god is referred to as being the red god and also he s the god of death. So then, you can look at it, and see an entire battle between the new god of death, and the old god of death. And the new god of death has wiped out the old god of death. And who knows what the red god s got plans for anybody else, now. Melisandre s god, and also, they referred to the same god by [Jaqen H ghar]; he refers to that as being the god of death and the red god. The same god.Interesting theory – a sort of religious transition.Harris: Well, it s the “Song of Ice and Fire”; one god represents winter, and the other s the fire god, and there s a battle between these two deities, being acted out between these human agencies as to who s got ultimate power over the world, I guess.We should probably stop talking about Game of Thrones. I hope you have a question about Chernobyl.(Photo by HBO)That s OK. I appreciate it. One more Chernobyl question: How do you feel about being in a prestige project like this, in which there is so much talent in the cast, everyone brought their A-game, and it s so well done?Harris: The very first words out of my manager s mouth was, HBO is doing a mini-series about Chernobyl.” So, it s HBO — ding! — ears pricked up, that means it s going to be really high quality, they take risks, it s really, it s massive support for the whole production, and they give a tremendous artistic license to the showrunners and the storytellers. So right there, you go, OK, that s amazing. And then, yeah, I got to spend most of my days with Stellan and Emily, and what a joy that is. I am tremendously fond of both of them. And they re brilliant, brilliant actors, and there s no angst about it. They can sit and chat about whatever they need to chat about, and then when it s time to do the work, they just put their heads down, and they lock right into that space and focus on it hard and deliver.I learned a lot, I mean, I learned a lot watching Stellan and Emily on this. That s the idea: You work with really good people, and you learn something every single time, if you re lucky.Thank you so much for your time today, Jared. And good luck with the series. It s going to do well — it s already got 100% on Rotten Tomatoes.Harris: Whoo! Yeah. I saw that, and speaking of your algorithm, The Terror was very, very high on Rotten Tomatoes, and The Expanse: highest audience rating on Rotten Tomatoes for any of the sci-fi fantasy shows. How about that?I m a huge fan. Harris: I got a question for you: Who do you think is going to sit on the Iron Throne at the end of the story, of the whole series?I don t think anyone s going to sit on the Iron Throne. I think it s going to be destroyed.Harris: Well, [Daenerys] said she s going to break the wheel, you re quite right. A confederation — a confederation of kingdoms.A democracy.Harris: Yeah.(Photo by HBO)Postscript: With Game of Thrones anything can happen, and most theories turn out completely wrong. With Chernobyl, at least, we already know the end of the story. The thrill of the portrayal, however, is learning how they got there.Chernobyl premieres on Monday, May 6 at 9 p.m. on HBO.

(Photo by Fox Searchlight)Bong Joon-ho s Parasite won Best Original screenplay and Taika Waititi’s Jojo Rabbit won Best Adapted Screenplay at the 2020 Writers Guild Awards on Saturday. On a ballot almost identical to the Oscars next week, both Parasite and Jojo Rabbit beat out strong fields that included The Irishman, Joker, 1917, and Rian Johnson s Knives Out. By beating out the odds-makers frontrunner, Little Women, the Nazi satire Jojo Rabbit now looks favored for the Adapted Screenplay Oscar, as six of the last nine winners in the category at the WGAs went on to win the Academy Award. On the Best Original screenplay side, Bong Joon-ho and Han Jin-won s comedy-thriller, however, may have a harder time of it next week, as their prime competition Quentin Tarantino s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood was deemed ineligible by the WGA.On the TV front, Chernobyl continued its awards streak, taking home the big prize for Long Form series, while Barry took Best Comedy Series, and Succession won in the drama category.Read below for the full list of winners of the 2020 Writers Guild Awards.Don’t agree with the WGA’s picks? Let us know what films and TV shows you think should have won in the comments. SCREENPLAY WINNERSOriginal Screenplay — Parasite (2019) 98%Adapted Screenplay — Jojo Rabbit (2019) 80%Documentary Screenplay — The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley (2019) 79%TELEVISION, NEW MEDIA, AND NEWS WINNERSDrama Series — Succession 94%Comedy Series — Barry 99%New Series — Watchmen 96%Original Long Form — Chernobyl 96%Adapted Long Form — Fosse/Verdon 81%Original Short Form New Media — Special written by Ryan O’ConnellAnimation — The Simpsons 85% Thanksgiving of Horror written by Dan VebberEpisodic Drama — Succession 94% Tern Haven written by Will TracyEpisodic Comedy — Dead to Me 89% Pilot written by Liz FeldmanComedy/Variety Talk Series — Last Week Tonight With John Oliver 98%Comedy/Variety Specials — Full Frontal With Samantha Bee Comedy/Variety Sketch Series — I Think You Should Leave With Tim Robinson 98%Quiz and Audience Participation — Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? Daytime Drama — The Young and the RestlessChildren s Episodic, Long Form and Specials — Family Reunion Documentary Script — Current Events — Frontline Trump’s Trade War written by Rick YoungDocumentary Script — Other Than Current Events — Frontline Right To Fail - written by Tom JenningsNews Script — Regularly Scheduled, Bulletin, or Breaking Report — Special Edition of the CBS Evening News with Norah O’Donnell  Terror in America: The Massacres in El Paso and Dayton News Script — Analysis, Feature, or Commentary — 60 Minutes Digital News Series Stories About My Brother   written by Prachi Gupta, Jezebel.comAre you as obsessed with awards as we are? Check out our Awards Leaderboard for 2019/2020.
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Today s Ketchup brings you another 10 headlines from the world of film development news, covering such titles as Dune and Space Jam 2, and new roles for Chris Hemsworth, Michael B. Jordan, and Charlize Theron.This WEEK S TOP STORYTHOR STAR WILL SMASH PUNY WRESTLERS AS HULK (HOGAN)(Photo by Hopper Stone/Columbia Pictures)Professional wrestling may not be as popular as it once was, but that s also relative to exactly how popular it once was, like in the 1980s and the 1990s. The World Wrestling Federation s top star, at the height of their popularity, was indisputably Terry Bollea, AKA Hulk Hogan. Unlike the WWF/WWE s other most popular star, Dwayne The Rock Johnson, Hulk Hogan was never able to convert his wrestling fame to movie star fame, but he was still very, very popular, including starring in a Saturday morning cartoon, many video games, and four seasons of the Hogan Knows Best reality show. Throw in this far-reaching legal ruling, and it makes total sense that Netflix is following up on GLOW with a Hulk Hogan biopic from director Todd Phillips (The Hangover, October s Joker). What s perhaps more surprising is that the famously Floridian wrestler will be played by Australia s Chris Hemsworth (that s right, Thor s going to play Hulk). Having said that, Hemsworth has already shown that he can drop his Aussie accent in movies like Cabin in the Woods and Bad Times at the El Royale. Netflix s film will reportedly focus mostly on Terry Bollea s creation of the Hulk Hogan persona, and the height of his popularity during the Hulkamania era. (If you ve ever been curious about how Bollea was able to even call himself Hulk Hogan, you can actually read his 1985 contract with Marvel Comics right here.)Fresh Developments1. DUNE WORM SURFS INTO PRIME NOVEMBER 2020 RELEASE DATE(Photo by Ben Rothstein/Marvel Studios)One of the hottest times of the year to release a movie is the middle of November, right before Thanksgiving. Notably, that s the period when four of the Harry Potter movies were released, and until this week, it was also when Warner Bros. had scheduled the third Fantastic Beasts prequel (which is now on hold following the second film s disappointing box office). Instead, WB has scheduled their remake of Dune for November 20, 2020, which instantly made it the last big movie scheduled before James Cameron s Avatar 2 (12/18/2020). The writing has been on the sand for a few weeks now that Dune might be a huge movie, as it features an all-star cast that includes Timothée Chalamet (as Paul Atreides), Javier Bardem, Dave Bautista, Josh Brolin, Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac, Jason Momoa, Stellan Skarsgard, and Zendaya. This week, David Dastmalchian, who had a supporting role in Marvel s Ant-Man and the Wasp, also joined the cast as Piter De Vries (played by Brad Dourif in the 1984 Dune). This Dune remake is being directed by Denis Villeneuve, who has never scored below 71% on the Tomatometer and whose last three films were all Certified Fresh at 86% or higher.2. DANIEL KALUUYA, LAKEITH STANFIELD JOIN BLACK PANTHER BIOPIC JESUS WAS MY HOMEBOY (Photo by Justin Lubin/Universal Pictures)Every once in a while, a new project comes along that takes elements from a few different recent box office (or critical) hits and puts them all in a blender to produce an intriguing new film. For this story, the movies in question are Black Panther, Mudbound, Get Out, and Sorry to Bother You. Daniel Kaluuya (Get Out) is in talks to star as Black Panther Party member Fred Hampton in a biopic called Jesus Was My Homeboy for Warner Bros. Lakeith Stanfield, who starred in Sorry to Bother You and had a small supporting role in Get Out, is also in talks for the film, which will be produced for the studio by Black Panther director Ryan Coogler and Charles D. King (Mudbound, Sorry to Bother You). Coogler is also working with Warner Bros. on 2021 s Space Jam 2 (more on that below).3. JAMES BOND 25 AND FAST FURIOUS 9 SCHEDULED FOR APRIL AND MAY OF 2020 (Photo by Francois Duhamel/Columbia Pictures)Both James Bond 25 and Fast Furious 9 were already scheduled for release next year, but this week saw both films shifting their specific release dates. Let s start with James Bond 25 (the title will definitely change before release), which had been scheduled for Valentine s Day, but has now been shifted back two months to April 8, 2020. That move is good news for the animated fantasy adventure Nimona, which is still scheduled for February 14, 2020. James Bond 25 is taking the date formerly occupied by Fast Furious 9, which has been pushed back a month to May 22, 2020, up against The SpongeBob Movie: It s a Wonderful Sponge (and a week before Disney s Maleficent II). Neither Fast Furious 9 nor James Bond 25 have actually started filming yet. James Bond 25 is scheduled to start production in April, and screenwriter Scott Z. Burns (Contagion, Side Effects) has been hired to rewrite the screenplay with just four weeks to work on it. Daniel Craig will be working on James Bond 25, and then in the spring of 2020 he will move on to The Creed of Violence, set during the Mexican Revolution in 1910.4. MICHAEL B. JORDAN TO STAR IN A JOURNAL FOR JORDAN (Photo by Marvel Studios)2018 was a big year for Michael B. Jordan, as he starred in Black Panther, HBO s Fahrenheit 451 remake, and the Rocky franchise sequel Creed II. Hollywood hasn t been shy about giving him more opportunities either, including the bestselling book adaptation Just Mercy (1/17/2020) and Tom Clancy s Without Remose (9/18/2020). Two other Michael B. Jordan projects moved forward this week, starting with Lionsgate s action thriller The Silver Bear, which will be directed by Gerard McMurray (2018 s The First Purge), who was also one of the producers on Jordan s breakout drama Fruitvale Station. The Silver Bear is based on a series of bestselling novels by Derek Haas (showrunner of NBC s various Chicago shows), so it s seen as a potential franchise starter. Jordan is also (rather appropriately) in talks to star in A Journal for Jordan, a drama expected to be Denzel Washington s next film as director (his Fences was Certified Fresh at 92%).5. CHARLIZE THERON IS NETFLIX S LATEST BIG STAR AS A MEMBER OF THE OLD GUARD (Photo by Andres Otero/Everett Collection)Netflix s recent hit thriller Bird Box, starring Sandra Bullock, was far from the streamer s first star-driven project (Brad Pitt s War Machine comes to mind, too), but it definitely showed that Hollywood A-listers are open to working with them. The latest one to sign on at Netflix is Charlize Theron, who will star in the action movie The Old Guard. The film will be based on the Image Comics title of the same name created by writer Greg Rucka (Wonder Woman) and artist Leandro Fernandez (Deadpool, Punisher: MAX). Theron and KiKi Layne (If Beale Street Could Talk) will play members of a group of immortal mercenaries who must fight to keep their team together when they discover the existence of a new immortal and their extraordinary abilities are exposed.  The Old Guard will be directed by Gina Prince-Bythewood, who at one point had been expected to direct the Black Cat/Silver Sable movie for Sony Pictures.6. THIS WEEK IN MARVEL: GWYNETH PALTROW DONE, BLACK WIDOW AND LOKI (SERIES) NEWS(Photo by Zade Rosenthal/Marvel Studios)The influence and success of Marvel Studios is so pervasive that it s a rare week with no development news from their corner. This was a relatively slow week, but there were still at least three items of note. The story that seemed to receive the most notice came from Gwyneth Paltrow, who basically announced that after Avengers: Endgame (4/26/2019) she is done playing her Iron Man character Pepper Potts. With no confirmed future Marvel movies for Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man (yet), it s sort of unsurprising, but in the same way, it could be interpreted as a hint that Downey may be the next big Marvel star to drop out (after Chris Evans, who s done as Captain America). One female character Marvel Studios is definitely not done with is Scarlett Johansson s Black Widow, who is expected to get her own film sometime in the 2020 to 2022 range. To that end, the studio has hired screenwriter Ned Benson (The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby) to rewrite the Black Widow screenplay begun by Jac Schaeffer (TiMER, The Hustle). This move is raising some eyebrows because Black Widow, which will be directed by Cate Shortland, had been seen as a heavily female-led production. Finally, in related news, the Loki series that will stream on the upcoming Disney+ app will be written by Michael Wadron of the popular animated series Rick and Morty.7. LEBRON JAMES SPACE JAM 2 CONFIRMED FOR THE SUMMER OF 2021(Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images)There has seemingly been talk about a Space Jam sequel pretty much since the weekend that the Looney Tunes basketball movie (Rotten at 38%) first came out in 1996. Although it s true that LeBron James has been talking about Space Jam 2 for a while, a skeptical fan still could have wondered if this thing would really happen. Well, Warner Bros. is making it official this week, as the studio has announced a Space Jam 2 release date of July 16, 2021. This puts the CGI/basketball hybrid comedy a week after Indiana Jones 5 and a week before Mission: Impossible 7. The other big move from Warner Bros. this week shifted Godzilla vs Kong (the fourth of their monster movies after this year s Godzilla: King of the Monsters, 5/31/2019) from May 22, 2020 to March 13, 2020. That May 22, 2020 date is where Fast and Furious 9 is now scheduled, and the new competition for Godzilla vs Kong on March 13, 2020 is the less imposing John Cena movie Playing with Fire. What it is: This hour-long drama from creators Ronald D. Moore, Ben Nedivi, and Matt Wolpert is framed around one question: What if the USSR beat the United States to the moon in 1969? Setting the series on the path of that alternative timeline, For All Mankind establishes an aspirational world where the space race never stopped, where women and racial minorities are soon invited to join NASA’s efforts, and more.Why you should watch it: While it may at first feel familiar to other space dramas of the past, over the course of 10 episodes, this Joel Kinnaman–led adventure-drama carves its own, exciting niche in the genre. Now that it seems to have found its footing by the end of season 1, we’re excited for what’s next. Season 2 premieres Feb. 19 on Apple TV+.Where to watch: Apple TV+Commitment: Approx. 9 hours (for the first season)


The latest from Wes Anderson is unmistakably his, but it’s also something more. The writer/director’s tenth feature, The French Dispatch, premiered this week at the Cannes Film Festival, and the first reviews dispatched from the French Riviera are celebrating its mix of the familiar and the fresh. If you’re a fan of Anderson’s work, you won’t be disappointed. If you’re not partial to his quirks and constructs, you may still find something to appreciate in this anthology of stories that plays like a cinematic representation of an old issue of a literary magazine.Here’s what critics are saying about The French Dispatch:Will Wes Anderson fans be pleased?This is the Wes we know and love, with his artful considerations of love, liberty and what lives on after we die.  Hannah Strong, Little White LiesIt’s a film that weaponizes whimsy in ways that will dazzle die-hard fans of the director.  Jason Gorber, SlashfilmWas it worth the wait? Well, for fans of the American director’s idiosyncratic stylings, the answer is surely yes.  James Mottram, South China Morning Post[It’s] a beguiling curio, and one that no other filmmaker could have created.  David Rooney, Hollywood ReporterHow does it rank in his filmography?It’s one of Anderson’s very best. Ed Potton, TimesThis is Anderson in full flower, one that only grows in a rarified altitude. Todd McCarthy, DeadlineA work of such unparalleled Andersonian wit that at times the sheer level of detail that bedecked the screen was enough to make [my] jaw slacken. Jessica Kiang, The PlaylistEven by Anderson’s standards, this has to be the most ambitious film he’s ever produced. James Mottram, South China Morning PostAnderson’s most impressionistic and unusual film in quite some time… his most ambitious since his stop-motion adaptation of Fantastic Mr. Fox. Hannah Strong, Little White LiesThe Del Toro/Seydoux pairing stands out as Anderson’s most affecting love story since his 2007 short Hotel Chevalier. Eric Kohn, IndieWire(Photo by ©Searchlight Pictures)Which of his films is it most reminiscent of?The French Dispatch bears some of the DNA last glimpsed in The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou, another portrait of a storyteller partly drawn from real life. Eric Kohn, IndieWireThe Grand Budapest Hotel [is] arguably The French Dispatch’s closest kin among Anderson’s previous films. David Rooney, Hollywood ReporterThe French Dispatch initially feels like a companion piece to The Grand Budapest Hotel… but it quickly reveals itself to be something else entirely. Robbie Collin, Daily TelegraphOne of the most labor-intensive films in existence. It makes The Grand Budapest Hotel look as if it was improvised over a weekend and shot with a smartphone. Nicholas Barber, BBCDoes it feel like his most signature work?The most Anderson of all Anderson films. It s Anderson distilled, Anderson squared, Anderson to the nth degree. Nicholas Barber, BBCThe ultimate Anderson movie because it’s everything he does whipped up into five jewel-box episodes… an Anderson sampler pack. Steve Pond, The WrapThe French Dispatch takes Anderson’s signature play with nested narrations and his love of midcentury culture to new heights. Pat Brown, Slant MagazineAnderson has found a close-to-ideal structure that flatters his mercurial, omnivorous tastes but also gets him out of any one storyline before its convolutions can convolute too much. Jessica Kiang, The PlaylistThe French Dispatch is a near-perfect encapsulation of Anderson s filmography and perhaps the best film to show to newcomers. Rafael Motamayor, ColliderIt might not be at the very zenith of what he can achieve but for sheer moment-by-moment pleasure, and for laughs, this is a treat. Peter Bradshaw, Guardian(Photo by ©Searchlight Pictures)Does it take Anderson in any new directions?Anderson employs too many new tricks in his tenth feature to keep track of them all…[it’s] original in a way that you can only marvel at so deep into a veteran’s filmography. Luke Hicks, Film School RejectsIt’s a significant breakthrough to see the director engaging with sexuality and violence as aspects of real life…[it] feels less safe than Anderson’s earlier work, and that’s a good thing. Peter Debruge, VarietyThe French Dispatch doesn’t have much of the sneaky sentimental undercurrent that makes Anderson’s films more than just intellectual exercises. Tim Grierson, Screen International[It’s] closer to a French New Wave experiment than the more controlled ensemble stories in his repertoire. Eric Kohn, IndieWireI was expecting something more from this gifted director: more maturity, more depth, more interesting storytelling. Jo-Anne Titmarsh, HeyUGuysWhat if you aren t a fan of Wes Anderson?Anyone previously unimpressed by Mr. Anderson’s peculiar sensibility should run a mile in the opposite direction, and then a mile further. Jessica Kiang, The PlaylistYou probably know whether you love his work or hate it. Well, The French Dispatch isn t going to change your mind. Nicholas Barber, BBCAudiences who in the past have found Anderson’s work precious and overly mannered… [may] accuse the new film of veering almost into self-parody. David Rooney, Hollywood Reporter(Photo by ©Searchlight Pictures)How does the film look?Boy, it sure looks pretty. Steve Pond, The WrapThere is certainly much enjoyment to be found in Anderson’s amazing visuals. Peter Bradshaw, GuardianAmong his most visually remarkable, each frame filled with meticulously crafted small details that add up to a dense, inviting cinematic jewel box. Tim Grierson, Screen InternationalFlicking between black-and-white and color, the level of detail in recreating 1960s-ish France is breathtaking, with production designer Adam Stockhausen excelling. James Mottram, South China Morning PostAdam Stockhausen s doll s-house production design is eye-wateringly precise, the black-and-white images of the city s ancient buildings deserve their own coffee table book. Nicholas Barber, BBCThe [black and white cinematography] stands up visually against the best Pawlikowski films thanks to the work of all-timer director of photography Robert Yeoman. Luke Hicks, Film School Rejects[It features some of] the most dizzyingly inventive shots Anderson has ever cooked up (which is saying something). Robbie Collin, Daily TelegraphEach frame [is] so drolly composed that its meticulousness itself becomes a joke. Pat Brown, Slant MagazineIs there more style than substance?While it is full to the hilt with stuff – so much stuff! – it sorely lacks any real substance. Jo-Anne Titmarsh, HeyUGuysThere isn t much going on beneath its extraordinary bejeweled surface. The film is – to use a French term – a jeu d esprit with no depth to its characters or edge to its satire. Nicholas Barber, BBCThe marvelous design can prove more engaging than the characters who populate it… leaving the viewer to focus on the packaging as opposed to the content. Tim Grierson, Screen InternationalAnderson overwhelms his film with so much detailed whimsy that dramatic conventions, narrative coherence and any deep meaning take a distant back seat to his entrancingly detailed doodling. Todd McCarthy, Deadline[It’s] series of exquisite miniatures — amusing, meticulously designed and impeccably executed but maybe not adding up to much more than the sum of their parts. Steve Pond, The WrapThe sentiment needed to really sell the wistful conclusion gets buried beneath all the cameos and stylistic flair. Pat Brown, Slant Magazine(Photo by ©Searchlight Pictures)Who stands out in the cast?Jeffrey Wright gives a wonderfully poised performance. Peter Bradshaw, GuardianWright’s performance may be the strongest selling point of The French Dispatch, and the one that brings it all home. Eric Kohn, IndieWireWright’s implacable authority is mesmerizing, Lea Seydoux as a prison guard/artist’s muse is a delightful enigma and Lois Smith almost steals the show as [a] wealthy art dealer. Steve Pond, The Wrap[Seydoux] brings a fierce, Fraco sullenness that’s particularly intoxicating, lending a kind of local credence with her role to Anderson’s entire folly. Jason Gorber, SlashfilmDel Toro and Seydoux’s scenes together are the closest this whirlwind movie comes to finding a human soul. Nate Jones, New York Magazine/VultureWhat is it like to experience The French Dispatch?The unconventional project succeeds in delivering that very particular hodgepodge pleasure of reading a well-curated issue from cover to cover. Peter Debruge, VarietyThe experience is akin to flipping through the eccentric pages of the publication in question, overwhelmed by the details streaming in. Eric Kohn, IndieWireWatching this anthology-style film is like leafing through an edition of the magazine, as Anderson takes us from Page 1 right through to Declines Deaths. James Mottram, South China Morning PostWatching Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch is a delirious experience. It’s akin to being a guest at some amazing meal, with each course more stunning than the last. Jason Gorber, SlashfilmThe cinematic equivalent of a brakeless freewheel through a teeming bazaar – if said bazaar was stacked with beautiful vintage artifacts, all meticulously arranged. Robbie Collin, Daily Telegraph(Photo by ©Searchlight Pictures)Do you need to be a literary buff to appreciate the film?The winks come as dense and dizzying as guilty-pleasure movie references do in a Quentin Tarantino picture. Peter Debruge, VarietyAnderson has pointed to the New Yorker as his grand inspiration, and this shines through with plenty of references without ever feeling too insular or alienating to those with less affinity for the publication. Hannah Strong, Little White LiesUnapologetically literary, Anderson’s credits thank a pantheon of long-form writers, from Mavis Gallant to James Baldwin, immediately providing a bibliography to delve into to elicit some of the more subtle real-world references. Jason Gorber, SlashfilmIt will provoke the full range of reactions from the euphoric among pure art devotees to outright rejection by, shall we say, those not on speaking terms with ultra-refined tastes. Todd McCarthy, DeadlineWill it make us laugh?The French Dispatch is very funny. Peter Bradshaw, GuardianApart from Ernst Lubitsch or Jacques Tati, it’s hard to imagine another director who has put this level of effort into crafting a comedy. Peter Debruge, VarietyInspired physical comedy figures throughout the film. David Rooney, Hollywood ReporterThe script is a relentless hoot. Robbie Collin, Daily Telegraph(Photo by ©Searchlight Pictures)Does it have any major problems? The Concrete Masterpiece is the best of all the stories. By coming first, it sets the following stories up for some emotional misconnection. Luke Hicks, Film School RejectsIts sense of busyness keeps it from achieving the emotional impact that its finale is clearly aiming for. Pat Brown, Slant MagazineThe French Dispatch feels a bit emotionally distant compared to some of Anderson s other movies. Rafael Motamayor, ColliderWill we want to see it again?It’s a film I cannot wait to visit over and over. Jason Gorber, SlashfilmLike any print classic, it begs to be leafed over again and again so that new details emerge. Hannah Strong, Little White LiesAnderson seems to cram about 20 different movies into a two-hour runtime, and multiple viewings are definitely encouraged to even try and grasp half of what Anderson is trying to do. Rafael Motamayor, ColliderIt’s nearly impossible to follow everything on the first watch. Perhaps still so on the second and third… No doubt that will only make rewatches richer. Luke Hicks, Film School RejectsThere is just too much to take in… It is a film that would warrant multiple viewings just to absorb those fleeting, marvelous images. Jo-Anne Titmarsh, HeyUGuysSome viewers will watch it 100 times and spot new little details every time. Other viewers will walk out or switch off in a matter of minutes. Nicholas Barber, BBCThe French Dispatch releases in theaters on October 22, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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