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This Week s Ketchup brings you seven headlines from the world of film development news, covering such titles as Black Widow, Space Jam 2, and the sequel to Hobbs Shaw. This WEEK S TOP STORYDWAYNE JOHNSON CONFIRMS PLANS FOR HOBBS SHAW SEQUEL(Photo by Frank Masi/©Universal)Universal Pictures recently pushed the Fast Furious sequel F9 back a full year to April 2, 2021 (the date when FF10 previously would have been released). Despite that delay, Dwayne Johnson took to his Instagram feed in a Live Q A this week to confirm that Universal is indeed developing a sequel to last year s spinoff Fast Furious Presents: Hobbs SHaw (Fresh at 67%). Johnson said of the sequel (we like to think of it as 2 Hobbs 2 Shaw), Just gotta figure out the creative right now, and the direction we’re going to go. Fast Furious Presents: Hobbs Shaw earned over 9 million worldwide, which suggests there was an audience not only for the action movie chemistry between Johnson and co-star Jason Statham, but also for the superhero movie direction the film took. Having said that, Universal could easily switch things up with each new film, possibly taking on other action movie genres. The studio has not yet scheduled the second Hobbs Shaw movie for release yet, but with all of the other delays going on these days, it likely won t be before 2022.`Other Top Headlines1. BLACK WIDOW, ETERNALS, AND OTHER MARVEL MOVIES PUSHED BACK SEVERAL MONTHS EACH (Photo by Marvel Studios)As it appears more and more likely that most movie theaters will remain closed until probably May or June (or later), studios have been pushing back their films repeatedly over the last couple of weeks. Disney, which has some of the biggest upcoming titles, has been slower to act, but late this afternoon, the studio did finally make some big announcements. Let s start with Marvel Studios, which always would have been the most impacted because of the way the Marvel Cinematic Universe works. A delay to one or two films basically could mean a delay for the whole slate, or else the narrative could end up a jumbled mess. Black Widow has been pushed back six months from 5/1/2020 to 11/6/2020 (and is also getting a new composer), which was the former home to Eternals, which now takes 2/12/2021, the former date for Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Rings. This continues right down the line to include Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Thor: Love and Thunder, and Captain Marvel 2 (7/8/2022). (Black Panther II, meanwhile, did not get moved from its 5/6/2022 release date.) Other movies that Disney has bumped back include Mulan (7/24/2020), Jungle Cruise (7/20/2021, which is a push of a whole year), and Indiana Jones 5 (7/29/2022) (likewise). Finally, the movie that is arguably experiencing the biggest change is the long-in-development Artemis Fowl (formerly scheduled for 5/29/2020), which will now skip theaters entirely to debut on the Disney+ app instead.2. EDGAR WRIGHT TO DIRECT AMBITIOUS ANDROID EPIC, SET MY HEART TO FIVE (Photo by Wilson Webb/©TriStar)As with Disney s treatment of its Marvel slate, we can fully expect that release date shifts will have a wave-like effect for the rest of 2020 and 2021. We mention this because director Edgar Wright s next film, Last Night in Soho, had been scheduled for release on September 25, 2020, but it s now very possible that the film might be shifted to late 2020 or sometime in 2021. Wright himself, however, appears to be getting ready for his next film, as he is now attached to direct an adaptation of an upcoming novel called Set My Heart to Five about an android learning to love in an all-too-human future of 2054 when the lead android works as a dentist, as he undergoes an emotional awakening that is sparked by an introduction to 80s and 90s movies. That logline brings to mind two films that were both directed by Steven Spielberg: A.I. Artificial Intelligence (Certified Fresh at 74%) and Ready Player One (Certified Fresh at 72%). Edgar Wright is also still developing his Baby Driver sequel and an adaptation of the YA novel Grasshopper Jungle.3. SPIKE LEE REVEALS WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN FOR HIS ABANDONED JACKIE ROBINSON BIOPIC (Photo by Kristin Callahan/Everett Collection)It was only seven years ago that future Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman starred in 42, the long-in-development Jackie Robinson biopic (Certified Fresh at 80%). If we go back twice as far to 2013, that lands us in the decade of the 1990s, when Spike Lee had once hoped to give the world his own Jackie Robinson project. In the spirit of giving people something to read while they re holed up during the current COVID-19 crisis, Lee has revealed a Dropbox containing his 1996 screenplay for his adaptation of Jackie Robinson s autobiography, I Never Had it Made. Spike Lee seems to be putting this out there in the spirit of what-might-have-been, but it certainly begs the question, could it still be made? Might he still be able to make his Jackie Robinson?4. WATCHMEN DIRECTOR TAKES ON UNIVERSAL MONSTER MOVIE DON T GO IN THE WATER Universal Pictures scrapped their plans for their Dark Universe after the disappointment of The Mummy in 2017, but the studio has hopes of reviving those various franchises. That quick turnaround started just over a month ago with The Invisible Man. With that in mind, let s look at this week s news that Universal Pictures has hired TV director Stephen Williams (LOST, Watchmen) to helm a suspenseful monster movie called Don t Go in the Water. That title could refer to any number of underwater threats, but writers online are already speculating that this could be a back door remake of Creature from the Black Lagoon. Having said that, Don t Go in the Water could be a warning about something else, like piranha, barracuda, crocodiles, etc. Heck, this could as easily be a secret Sea Monkeys monster movie.5. ANNE HATHAWAY WILL DISCOVER WHY FRENCH CHILDREN DON T THROW FOOD (Photo by Giles Keyte/Focus Features)The COVID-19 crisis is not progressing at the same pace in different nations, so some international film productions will be able to proceed sooner than here in the United States. That potentially sets up scenarios where Hollywood movie stars may pick up work in those countries while they wait for other work to resume or start here. We don t know if that s the case in this story, but Anne Hathaway has signed on to star in the StudioCanal production French Children Don t Throw Food. The film will be an adaptation of the autobiography of the same title by Pamela Druckerman. Hathaway will star as an American journalist who moves to Paris for her husband s job [who] observes her French neighbors and friends to uncover the secrets behind parenting astonishingly well-behaved French children. 6. DON CHEADLE WILL BE THE VILLAIN IN SPACE JAM 2 (Photo by DreamWorks courtesy Everett Collection)Amidst all of the big delays, it can seem almost jarring when one hears about something that s proceeding unabated. For example, the animation process for Space Jam 2 is still moving forward as scheduled, according to the sequel s star and producer, LeBron James. Just like everything  in the world, everything is slowed down a little bit, but we’re still on target, James said of the film s release date on July 16th, 2021. In related news, comedian-actor Paul Scheer also confirmed this week that Don Cheadle (whose casting in Space Jam 2 was actually announced last July) is playing the film s villain. Live-action filming of Space Jam 2 wrapped in September of 2019.7. SCREENWRITER CONFIRMS NO SEQUEL FOR SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY(Photo by Walt Disney Studios)Until just two years ago, Disney and Lucasfilm were still committed to the Star Wars Story movies being an ongoing franchise to support the main franchise of films (The Force Awakens, The Last Jedi, The Rise of Skywalker). In addition to planned projects for Boba Fett and Obi-Wan (which will instead be a Disney+ series), the ending of Solo: A Star Wars Story (Fresh at 70%) also seemed to suggest there was narrative room for sequels (unlike, say, Rogue One, which ended exactly where Star Wars: A New Hope starts). The huge wrench in all of those plans, however, was that Solo only earned 2 million worldwide. We ve known for a while that the Star Wars Story movies were done, but there had been some speculation online that perhaps Alden Ehrenreich s version of young Han Solo could continue his adventures on something for Disney+. Well, screenwriter Jon Kasdan answered that question directly this week, and he pretty much shot down such talk, specifically saying, the D+ Star Wars slate is really pretty packed. Alden Ehrenreich has no feature films in the works, but he did land the lead role in the Brave New World series that will premiere on NBC s Peacock app.8. ZACK SNYDER S NEW BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE REVELATIONS (Photo by Warner Bros.)Like many filmmakers during the ongoing health crisis, Zack Snyder staged an online event recently for fans as Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (Rotten at 28%) celebrated its fourth anniversary. Especially of note were Snyder s comments about longtime Justice League member J onn J onnz, the Martian Manhunter (played by Harry Lennix) and Gal Gadot s Wonder Woman. Talking about the image of Gal Gadot (teasing her debut in Batman v Superman), Snyder said that the exact setting of Wonder Woman during World War I wasn t known while they were filming, with other possibilities (at the time) being either the Crimean War (1853 to 1856) or the American Civil War (1861 to 1865).9. MICHAEL BAY SIGNS NEW SONY DEAL STARTING WITH BLACK FIVE (Photo by Michael Germana/Everett Collection)This year marks 24 years now since Michael Bay s first and only Fresh film as director, which was also his second film, The Rock (Fresh at 66%). After directing his last Transformers film (The Last Knight, Rotten at 15%), Michael Bay moved over to Netflix with last year s 6 Underground (Rotten at 36%), starring Ryan Reynolds. Netflix has obviously been very much in the business of establishing new relationships and deals across the board, but Bay has chosen to go another direction, as he has signed a new deal that brings him back to Sony Pictures, the studio behind his very first ever film as director, Bad Boys. Bay s first new project under this new deal at Sony will be an ensemble drama called Black Five. Sony is reportedly still hoping for an early 2020 production start date with a big male lead. The premise is being kept secret, but it s reportedly got a gritty sci-fi element to it that s that’s very much in the vein other Bay films. 现在很多手游都在积累实力。很多手游刚出来的时候,玩家并不多,但那些手游只会根据玩家的反馈不断修改完善。这样的游戏修改几乎可以满足玩家的需求。将开始成长。这个时候,游戏就会开始流行起来。
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Two of Netflix’s biggest titles are returning this month for a summer binge — and that’s just the half of it! With the reboot of Veronica Mars on Hulu, the final season of Suits on USA, and Sarah Jessica Parker still charming away on HBO, there’s plenty to keep us busy in front of the small screen. Catch up on it all below.Divorce 78% (HBO)What it is: After reaching household-name status and everygirl envy on Sex and the City, Sarah Jessica Parker makes her way back to prestige TV’s small screen with Divorce, where she stars as Frances, a middle-aged mother and beleaguered wife to Robert (Thomas Hayden Church), who, after having an affair, realizes they’d both be better off without having a ring on it.Why you should watch it: Parker has always been a fine actress, and she puts her well-practiced on-screen skill set to excellent use here, mining creator Sharon Horgan’s (Catastrophe) emotionally hefty and darkly humorous scripts with empathetic aplomb. Season 3 premieres July 1 on HBO.Where to watch it: Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, HBONow, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 9 hours (for the first two seasons)Stranger Things 93% (Netflix)What it is: A dark mystery overtakes a rural Indiana town when the young Will Byers goes missing and a young girl with a shaved head and telekinetic abilities appears. Something sinister and supernatural has come out to play — and that’s just the pilot! So buckle up. Why you should watch it: It was the synth-laden soundtrack heard ’round the world three summers ago when Stranger Things dropped out of nowhere onto Netflix and took us all by storm. A back-to-form Winona Ryder, career-best David Harbour, and breakout stars by way of all its kids (but particularly Emmy nominee Millie Bobby Brown) are pitch-perfect and paired with plenty of ’80s-era horror nostalgia to make you want to watch this series again and again — and there ain’t nothin’ strange about it. Season 3 streams July 4 on Netflix.Where to watch it: NetflixCommitment: Approx. 17 hours (for the first two seasons)Harlots 97% (Hulu)What it is: Set in 1763 London, Hulu’s Harlots charts the lives of sex workers in two warring brothels, one led by Margaret (Samantha Morton) and the other by Lydia (Lesley Manville). The series, from creators Alison Newman and Moira Buffini, is a period drama inspired by the true-life accounts documented in The Covent Garden Ladies by Hallie Rubenhold, but don’t let its nonfictional nature bore you: Harlots is more juicy than dry.Why you should watch it: Harlots is so much more than a show about sex — in fact, that subject is met with less titillation and more sterile professionalism. It instead subs in rich and complex characters, mostly women, and a backdrop that allows for explorations of gender and class in 18th century England. Furthermore, Oscar nominees Morton and Manville get the chance here to showcase just why they’re both widely considered British acting royalty. Season 3 premieres July 10 on Hulu.Where to watch it: Amazon, HuluCommitment: Approx. 12 hours (for the first two seasons)Snowfall 87% (FX)What it is: Created by the late John Singleton, Eric Amadio, and Dave Andron (the latter of whom serves as showrunner), Snowfall follows in the footsteps of other FX dramas like Atlanta in that it tells the story of an ostracized community in ways that we haven’t seen before — this time by dramatizing the rise and breakout of the first crack epidemic in 1984 Los Angeles and its greater impact on American culture at large.Why you should watch it: As riveting as it is eye-opening, this street crime series pulls no punches in its portrayal of the drug trade and its implications in both micro and macro spheres. Startling performances from its ensemble of relative newcomers also bring us into a world that until now has been left off narrative television — and they keep a hold on us there. Season 3 premieres July 10 on FX.Where to watch it: Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 15 hours (for the first two seasons)Grantchester 95% (PBS)What it is: Fans of period drama from the other side of the pond will have plenty to sink their teeth into with Grantchester. All is not as it seems in the series’ titular village, and clergyman Sidney Chambers (James Norton of the excellent Happy Valley) is caught in the middle, balancing his faith and obligatory duties while investigating a series of crimes in the area.Why you should watch it: Based on James Runcie’s book series and adapted for the screen by Daisy Coulam, this U.K. transfer from ITV has drama to spare. While at face value it may seem like the prim and proper British drama, underneath this clerical collar are festering secrets and dark pasts that bubble to the surface over the course of Grantchester’s hour-long episodes. Each season is only six installments, so there’s plenty of time to binge and catch up before season 4 premieres July 14 on PBS.Where to watch it: Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 15 hours (for the first three seasons)Suits 90% (USA)What it is: Creator Aaron Korsh struck gold in 2011 with this popular legal drama — and it’s got nine acclaimed seasons to prove it! The premise is simple: Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams) is a law school dropout and brilliant fraudster who, upon impressing New York City’s top closer, Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht), lands a job as Harvey’s associate despite not having a license to practice law. But Mike proves that he’s up to snuff, and together he and Harvey work to keep his sordid past and illegitimacy a secret.Why you should watch it: Suits came into the international spotlight in recent years thanks to a new royal named Meghan Markle, but if that wasn’t reason enough for you to catch up on this USA Network affair, we’ve got a few more for you. The series works because it’s in on its own fun, and its high concept rags-to-riches premise rings true thanks to the chemistry of Adams and Macht. It’s a steep order to binge eight seasons, of course, but the show’s two charming leads and a formidable supporting cast have kept us coming back for more. Suits’ ninth and final season premieres July 17 on USA. (Fittingly, its new spin-off series, Pearson, also premieres that night on USA.)Where to watch it: Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 94 hours (for the first eight seasons)Workin' Moms (Netflix)What it is: Creator and star Catherine Reitman plays the leader of a central group of friends and working moms as they make the transition from maternity leave back to office life.Why you should watch it: Being a mom is a full-time job paid in sleepless nights, dirty diapers, and, of course, unconditional love. Pair the laundry list of responsibilities that come with that job with a salaried 9-to-5, however, and tragic comedy is sure to ensue. That’s where Reitman comes in, translating it all for this semi-autobiographical sitcom. The Canadian series has already aired three seasons across the border; season 2 is finally making it to Netflix in the U.S. July 25.Where to watch it: NetflixCommitment: Approx. 6.5 hours (for the first season)Orange Is the New Black 90% (Netflix)What it is: Jenji Kohan’s runaway (but locked-up) Netflix hit is ensemble work at its finest, following the day-to-day lives of the ladies of Litchfield Penitentiary and exploring the diverse crimes that got them there.Why you should watch it: Inspired by Piper Kerman’s (here Piper Chapman, played by Taylor Schilling) real-life account of her arrest and imprisonment for drug-related money laundering, this hour-long dramedy opens up to include the equally heartbreaking (and often humorous) biographies of fellow inmates played by Emmy winner Uzo Aduba, Laverne Cox, Danielle Brooks, Natasha Lyonne, Samira Wiley, and others. From season to season, Orange — revolutionary and acclaimed for its on-screen diversity — becomes more and more timely, tackling everything from trans rights to gender equality to Black Lives Matter. Its seventh and final season streams July 26 on Netflix.Where to watch it: NetflixCommitment: Approx. 68 hours (for the first six seasons)Veronica Mars 91% (Hulu)What it is: Set in the fictional town of Neptune, California, Veronica Mars follows the criminally charming Kristen Bell as our titular hero who cracks mounting mysteries as a high schooler and self-started private investigator.Why you should watch it: Veronica Mars is a CW cult classic from the early 2000s with an especially impassioned fanbase (its 2014 feature film was fully funded on Kickstarter) — and there’s no better time than now to see what all the hype is about. Its long-awaited fourth season returns July 26 on Hulu.Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNOW, Google Play, Hulu, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 48 hours (for the first three seasons)The Letdown 91% (Netflix)What it is: They say misery loves company, and The Letdown has that in spades, charting the ups and downs of being a first-time mother through the eyes of Audrey, a woman trying to keep her head above water while being more than “just a mom.”Why you should watch it: This Australian comedy from creators Alison Bell and Sarah Scheller (the former of whom also stars) finds the pitch-black humor in newborn motherhood with the richly dry humor and self-deprecation native to its home country. Season 2 streams in full July 31 on Netflix.Where to watch: NetflixCommitment: About 3 hours (for the first season)Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.Thumbnail photo credit: JoJo Whilden/Netflix; Netflix; Hulu汤姆猫电脑版Shia Labeouf isn t exactly known for earnest, heartfelt dramas, but when the trailer dropped for his latest movie, The Peanut Butter Falcon, audiences knew to expect something different. After the film s premiere at South by Southwest earlier this year, critics confirmed what curious moviegoers had been suspecting: it s a sweet, nuanced adventure movie with outstanding performances from its ensemble cast. The story centers on a young man with Down syndrome (played by Zack Gottsagen), who escapes his nursing home in order to pursue his dream of becoming a professional wrestler. With a well-meaning caretaker (Dakota Johnson) from his nursing home in pursuit, he joins up with a petty criminal with problems of his own (LaBeouf) to blaze a trail through the deltas of the American Southeast en route to a training facility for wrestlers in North Carolina.Ahead of the release of the film this week, the trio of stars sat down with RT editor Jacqueline Coley to talk about what it was like to make the film, and it was clear that all three had found something special. Watch the interview above to see how they got so close during filming, what they d like people to remember about them, and how Gottsagen helped LaBeouf become more friendly. Then try to figure out what LaBeouf s birthday wish was that he so coyly implies came true.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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

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(Photo by Courtesy of Sundance Institute | photo by Claudette Barius.)The 41st annual Sundance Film Festival is set to kick off next Thursday. Nestled right in the midst of 2018 awards season – the one that s happening now, in 2019! – Sundance acts as the unofficial start of the indie season. The Park City, Utah festival, which comes several months ahead of the other major festivals, is still the place for high-dollar film acquisitions. Last year it was where first we spotted Hereditary star Toni Collette s terrifying face contortions, where Rafael Casal and Daveed Diggs socially conscious buddy dramedy Blindspotting gave us so much to ponder between the laughs, and where John Cho s turn as a desperate father in Searching broke our collective hearts and minds. Other 2018 favorites Eighth Grade, Won t You Be My Neighbor?, and Leave No Trace also got their starts at Sundance.Though the corporate influence is strong in Park City and the festival is far removed from the fall festival schedule, Sundance at its core remains unchanged: a discovery festival for independent cinema and the filmmakers who craft it. Who will break out of the pack this year? These are our picks for the can t-miss films of Sundance 2019 and why we are so excited to catch them.The Nightingale (2018) 86%(Photo by Courtesy of Sundance Institute | photo by Kasia Ladczuk. )Director and screenwriter: Jennifer KentCast: Aisling Franciosi, Sam Claflin, Baykali Ganambarr, Damon Herriman, Harry Greenwood, Ewen LeslieIt s 1825. Colonial Australia. Irish convict Clare chases a British officer through the Tasmanian wilderness, bent on revenge for the violent act he committed against her family. On the way, she enlists the services of Indigenous tracker Billy, who is marked by his own trauma.Why we want to see it: Kent burst onto the scene with her horror hit The Babadook at Sundance 2014 and has been in high demand ever since. In her follow-up to her meme-starting smash, she puts another twist on genre filmmaking with what looks to be a case of Logan meets Pride and Prejudice. Early reviews from the Venice Film Festival last year suggest the Aussie director has once again staked her claim as a force to reckoned with in auteur horror.Share (2019) 86%(Photo by Courtesy of Sundance Institute | photo by Josh Johnson.)Director and screenwriter: Pippa BiancoCast: Rhianne Barreto, Charlie Plummer, Poorna Jagannathan, J.C. MacKenzie, Nick Galitzine, Lovie SimoneThis latest social-media-as-nightmare tale, developed by A24, has us intrigued. After discovering a disturbing video from a night she doesn’t remember, teenager Mandy must try to figure out what happened and how to navigate the escalating fallout.Why we want to see it: Charlie Plummer melted his way into our hearts last year with Lean on Pete, and with his work in that film as well as All the Money in the World and King Jack it s hard to believe he s just 19. Plummer s joined by newcomer Barreto, who will play the lead. Writer-director Pippa Bianco s film is a feature-length take on her award-winning short from last year s Cannes Film Festival, and has all the makings of a stellar debut.Paddleton (2019) 89%Director and screenwriter: Alex LehmannCast: Mark Duplass, Ray Romano, Ravi Patel, Christine WoodsAn unlikely friendship between two misfit neighbors takes an emotional turn when the younger man is diagnosed with terminal cancer.Why we want to see it: The Duplass Brothers return to Sundance with this film they co-produced. A trailer released early this month shows Romano and Duplass easy chemistry. We fully expect to be laughing through the tears on this one, which will premiere on Netflix February 22.Apollo 11 (2019) 99%Director: Todd Douglas MillerHot on the heels of First Man, Sundance will screen this fully archival reconstruction of humanity’s first successful trip to the moon, with never-before-seen 70mm footage and never-before-heard audio from the mission.Why we want to see it: After Damien Chazelle s First Man last year, it might be hard to get our engine going about another Apollo mission movie. But Miller s archival doc boasts a completely new take with never-before-seen and fully restored footage of the voyage. And if Miller s last documentary, Dinosaur 13 (72% on the Tomatometer), is anything to go by, this will be a gripping ride. NASA Nerds: prepare to get a little hot under the collar.Brittany Runs a Marathon (2019) 88%(Photo by Courtesy of Sundance Institute | photo by Jon Pack.)Director and screenwriter: Paul Downs ColaizzoCast: Jillian Bell, Michaela Watkins, Utkarsh Ambudkar, Lil Rel Howery, Micah Stock, Alice LeeIn a story inspired by writer and director Colaizzo s real-life friend, we follow a hard-partying New York City twentysomething as she decides to do the New York Marathon.Why we want to see it: Actor and musician Utkarsh Ambudkar had just one scene in last year s opening-night film Blindspotting, and he managed to almost run away with the film. We re excited whenever we see his name in the cast list. He will have some competition on the scene-stealing front in this comedy, though, with Get Out breakout star Lil Rel Howery in a supporting role and the hilarious Jillian Bell (Workaholics) playing the title marathoner.The Death of Dick Long (2019) 74%(Photo by Courtesy of Sundance Institute )Director: Daniel ScheinertScreenwriter: Billy ChewCast: Michael Abbott Jr., Virginia Newcomb, Andre Hyland, Sarah Baker, Jess WeixlerThe Dick of the title is dead, and Zeke and Earl don t want anybody finding out how. That s going to be tough – in small-town Alabama, it s hard to keep a secret.Why we want to see it: Director Scheinert s last film, Swiss Army Man (71% on the Tomatometer), showed he knew a thing or two about drawing outrageous laughs from dead bodies. That pedigree, plus the promise of a backwoods Alabama caper, has us more than interested.Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile (2019) 54%(Photo by Courtesy of Sundance Institute | photo by Brian Douglas.)Director: Joe BerlingerScreenwriter: Michael WerwieCast: Zac Efron, Lily Collins, Haley Joel Osment, Kaya Scodelario, John Malkovich, Jim ParsonsA new twist on the serial killer genre, Extremely Wicked takes a girlfriend s-eye–view of the crimes of Ted Bundy, following the woman who stood by his side and refused to believe the truth for years.Why we want to see it: Efron looks unnervingly like Bundy in a still photo from this biopic about the notorious murderer. Our nation s most charming serial killer played by our internet boyfriend? A strange pairing perhaps, but it could be like popcorn and chocolate – you don t know how good it is until you try them together. Director Berlinger has made a number of TV docuseries, many of which focus on famous murders, so he knows the territory.The Farewell (2019) 97%(Photo by Kristin Callahan/Everett Collection)Director and screenwriter: Lulu WangCast: Awkwafina, Tzi Ma, Diana Lin, Zhao Shuzhen, Lu Hong, Jiang YongboA Chinese-American woman returns to China when she learns he grandmother is dying. She struggles with her family s choice to keep the terminal diagnosis a secret from her grandmother as the family prepares an impromptu wedding to bring everyone together for one last time.Why we want to see it: Fresh off the success of Crazy Rich Asians, Awkwafina heads to Sundance with two titles: The Farewell and Paradise Hills. The Farewell will offer our first look at the comedienne s dramatic chops; a strong showing could signal another blockbuster year for the actress who has just been cast in the sequel to Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle.Honey Boy (2019) 94%(Photo by Courtesy of Sundance Institute | photo by Natasha Braier.)Director: Alma Har elScreenwriter: Shia LaBeoufCast: Shia LaBeouf, Lucas Hedges, Noah Jupe, Maika MonroeA child TV star and his heavy-drinking ex-rodeo clown father try to mend their strained relationship.Why we want to see it: Every few years or so we seem to find LaBeouf at the center of something fascinating: The I m not famous bag on his head, the art installations, the Just Do it meme, Sia s Elastic Heart video, that time he invited fans to watch all his movies with him, and whatever he was saying about those seagulls. The semi-autobiographical Honey Boy, which he wrote and stars in, may give us insight into one of Hollywood s more eccentric stars. Perennial indie favorite Lucas Hedges co-stars, along with Noah Jupe, who you might recall as the young boy in A Quiet Place.Late Night (2019) 79%(Photo by Courtesy of Sundance Institute | photo by Emily Aragones.)Director: Nisha GanatraScr
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If you have a suggestion for a movie or show you think we should do an episode on, let us know in the comments, or email us at rtiswrong@rottentomatoes.com.Meet the hostsJacqueline Coley is an editor at Rotten Tomatoes, with a focus on awards and indie coverage but with a passion for everything, from the MCU to musicals and period pieces. Coley is a regular moderator at conventions and other events, can be seen on Access Hollywood and other shows, and will not stand Constantine slander of any kind. Follow Jacqueline on Twitter: @THATjacqueline.Mark Ellis is a comedian and contributing editor for Rotten Tomatoes. He currently hosts the Rotten Tomatoes series Versus, among others, and can be seen co-hosting the sports entertainment phenomenon Movie Trivia Schmoedown. His favorite Star Wars movie is Jedi (guess which one!), his favorite person is actually a dog (his beloved stepdaughter Mollie), and – thanks to this podcast – he s about to watch Burlesque for the first time in his life. Follow Mark on Twitter: @markellislive.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
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Joely Richardson. Gaiman, in a blog post, wrote, there are more parts to be announced. And I thought it would be fun to tell you about some of them, and the thinking behind them.DEATH – Dream s wiser, nicer, and much more sensible sister. Significantly harder to cast than you might imagine (well, than I imagined, anyway). Hundreds of talented women from all around the planet auditioned, and they were brilliant, and none of them were right. Someone who could speak the truth to Dream, on the one hand, but also be the person you d want to meet when your life was done on the other. And then we saw Kirby Howell-Baptiste’s (she/her) audition and we knew we had our Death.DESIRE – Dream s sibling and everything you want, whatever you want and whoever you are. Desire is also trouble for Dream. Families are complicated. We had barely started looking when Mason Alexander Park (they/them) reached out on Twitter, and threw their hat into the ring. We were thrilled when they got the part.DESPAIR – Desire s twin, Dream s sister. She is the moment when all hope is gone, the bleakest of the Endless. Donna Preston (she/her) will be playing her, and her performance is chilling and sad. You feel her pain.JOHANNA CONSTANTINE – Eighteenth Century occult adventuress, John Constantine’s great-great-great grandmother. This Sandman character became so popular that she even had her own spin-off series. I created her to fill the role that John Constantine does in the past. When we broke down the first season, given that we knew that we would be encountering Johanna in the past, we wondered what would happen if we met a version of her in the present as well. We tried it and the script was sparkier, feistier, and in some ways even more fun. So having written her, we just had to cast her. Jenna Coleman (she/her) gave us the Johanna of our dreams – tough, brilliant, tricky, haunted and probably doomed.ETHEL CRIPPS – Roderick Burgess s love, John Dee s mother, is a small but vital role in the comics, but she became more important as we told our story. In the 1920s and 30s, she is played by Niamh Walsh (she/her): a betrayed and determined young woman seeking to survive. In the present day, now a woman of a hundred identities and a thousand lies, she s played by the brilliant Joely Richardson (she/her).JOHN DEE – Ethel s son is dangerous. He was driven mad, long ago. Now he s out and on a quest for Truth that may destroy the world. We needed an actor who could break your heart and keep your sympathy while taking you into the darkest places. We were lucky that David Thewlis (he/him) took the part.Now we re shooting The Doll s House, the second big Sandman storyline. It s the story of:ROSE WALKER – a young woman on a desperate search for her missing brother, who finds a family she didn t know that she had, and a connection to Dream that neither of them can escape. We needed someone young who could make you care as she ventures into some very dangerous places. Boyd Holbrook s Corinthian is waiting for her, after all. Kyo Ra (she/her) achieves that as Rose.LYTA HALL – Rose’s friend, a young widow mourning her husband Hector. Rose doesn t know that Hector has started showing up in Lyta s dreams, though. Or that strange things are happening. Razane Jammal (she/her) is Lyta, and she s terrific.UNITY KINKAID Heiress, Rose s mysterious benefactor. She has spent a century asleep. Now she s awake, having missed out on her life. She s played by Sandra James Young (she/her).GILBERT – Rose Walker s debonair protector. A dab hand with a paradox and a sword cane. Stephen Fry (he/him) is a National Treasure, and we forget sometimes that he s also a remarkable actor. Seeing him in costume and make up on the dailies made me blink: it was as if the comic had come to life.MATTHEW – Dream’s trusted emissary. A raven. I expected our animals to be CGI, and was both taken aback and thrilled when the dailies started coming in, and there was Dream talking to well, a raven. But ravens don t really talk. The question was, could we find an actor who could make you care about a dead person who was now a bird in the Dreaming – one who isn t certain what s going on, or whether any of this is a good idea? And could we find a voice performer who was also the kind of Sandman fan who used to stand in line to get his Sandman comics signed? The answer was, we could if we asked Patton Oswalt (he/him). And Patton was the first person we asked, and the first person we cast, the day before we pitched The Sandman to Netflix.Of course, there are more delights and nightmares cast than I ve listed here, and we have a few more secrets up our sleeves. I can t wait until you can start watching. On September 25, 2021, Gaiman and Sturridge revealed a first look at the series opening moments, in which Burgess summons Dream and, apparently, gets some help from an unseen Corinthian. The official Instagram and Twitter accounts also unveiled the first character posters for Dream, Death, and Desire.I am the Lord of Dream and Nightmare. pic.twitter.com/8t8NI9PZZd The Sandman (@Netflix_Sandman) September 25, 2021What Is the Story?Joel MearesAs for the main plot, Dream will likely spend the season reclaiming three essential items containing much of his power – a ruby, a bag of dust, and a gas-mask-like helmet – while learning the ways his captivity changed the Dreaming and the waking world. In the comics, this story featured appearances from DC characters like Dr. Destiny, Martian Manhunter, and John Constantine, but it is unclear if the TV series will maintain these comic book ties. For Instance, although John (and actor Matt Ryan) will be absent from the series, his ancestor Johanna Constantine will take his place in the scoundrel s team-up with Dream.Additionally, issue #4, “A Hope in Hell,” introduced the version of Lucifer Morningstar featured in Netflix’s Lucifer. While we initially theorized Lucifer star Tom Ellis might do another cross-show cameo (he appeared briefly in the Arrowverse’s “Crisis on Infinite Earths” crossover event), the part will be played by Game of Thrones’ Christie. Considering Lucifer is far more androgynous in The Sandman – and quite like David Bowie in his first appearance – the choice of Christie is inspired. Although, it should be noted that the Prince of Darkness only makes a handful of appearances in the series, so it remains to be seen how often we will actually see Christie on screen.Though Sturridge and Christie’s involvement was rumored for some time, Netflix confirmed their participation in January 2021. Other actors confirmed at the time include Acheampong as Morpheus’s trusted librarian Lucienne; Bhaskar and Chaudhry as Cain and Abel – yes, that Cain and Abel; Holbrook as the Corinthian, the murderous dream who becomes more of a threat in the comic book’s second storyline; and Dance s Roderick Burgess, a key figure in Dream’s 20th century captivity.The program will also update the story, with Dream escaping his captivity in the 2020s instead of the 1980s. As Gaiman told CBC Radio in November of 2019, “Instead of him being a captive for about 80 years, he s going to be a captive for about 110 years and that will change things.” But, as he learned adapting Good Omens to the medium, changing things is part of the fun; though, fans surely wonder how much of the comic’s undeniably goth aesthetic will survive the update. Will Morpheus’ sister look passé with her Cleopatra eye make-up and ankh pendant? Or will it have retro charm by the time we first hear the sound of her wings?Gaiman is already willing to change Dream s look, originally inspired by Bauhaus frontman Peter Murphy. Nevertheless, he promises a more or less faithful telling of the story is on its way.When Will It Premiere?The series will likely appear sometime in 2021; of course, that could change in the current climate. And though it is a while to wait, there is good news: Gaiman, Goyer, and Heinberg have already plotted season 2.On an Apple device? 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Ghcxuf (Photo by Courtesy of IFC Films. An IFC Films Release.)When the team behind Australian thriller The Dry – which includes its lead star and producer Eric Bana – decided to release the film into cinemas there on January 1, it was a risky call. While the country has been largely spared from the worst effects of the COVID-19 pandemic (one of the reasons so many Hollywood productions have set up shop there), audiences were still cautious about large indoor gatherings, and snap lockdowns to snuff out small COVID-19 outbreaks – even in the low single-digits – were a regular occurrence in major cities. But Bana, his fellow producers, and distributor Village Roadshow felt sure they had something special in their adaptation of Jane Harper s hugely popular book of the same name, the kind of Australian movie that might just bring Australian audiences back to cinemas in big numbers. And it turns out they were right.The Dry follows Bana s Melbourne-based detective, Aaron Falk, who returns to the rural town in which he was raised to attend the funeral of a childhood friend who appears to have killed his wife and child in a murder-suicide. Reconnecting with friends and sparring with enemies from his youth, Falk becomes sucked into the case which, it turns out, has links to another mystery from 20 years ago – one in which he may have played a part. These dual twisting threads, Bana s stoic and layered work as Falk, and an incredible look that splays the baked Australian landscape across the screen to stark and arresting effect, made The Dry a hit in Australia. In January and February, it became the movie to see there, a might-have-been-indie-thriller that tapped into the popular consciousness like a big-budget Hollywood action flick, and it now ranks as the 15th biggest Australian movie ever at the local box office. (Fun if unsurprising fact: Crocodile Dundee is number one.)Talking with Rotten Tomatoes, Bana is clearly chuffed with the film s success Down Under, and excited for American and international audiences now to be transported to Kiewarra, the fictional farming community in which The Dry s twin mysteries unfold. The movie opens in theaters here on May 21. From his home in Melbourne, the star of Troy, Munich, and Romulus, My Father – his last Aussie film before The Dry – opened up about the sudden popularity of Australian movies in Australian cinemas (The Dry was part of a high-earning crop of recent films including High Ground and Penguin Bloom), scouting the perfect locations to bring Kiewarra to life, and what he hopes will be the impact of so many overseas productions shooting in his backyard. Plus, he reacts to discovering that The Dry helped get this author s mother a date. Really.(Photo by Courtesy of IFC Films. An IFC Films Release.)Joel Meares for Rotten Tomatoes: I actually had a chance to see The Dry in theaters when I was back in Australia for two months over Christmas. It was a great experience and I have to let you know that you re actually responsible for getting my mother a date: we were in the lobby before the movie and I d gone to get popcorn and when I came back a man had come up to her with a notepad. She introduced me, and she said, This is John and he s giving me his number. Eric Bana: This might be my favorite theatrical story yet from The Dry.Rotten Tomatoes: She took the number and he walked away, but he also said, I had to say your mother was beautiful and I had to shoot my shot. And mom hadn t been to the movies in 10 years! There s not really a question there, but I guess: How do you feel making love happen?Bana: That is pretty spectacular. I love that story. It s in a lot of ways symbolic of, as you mentioned, so many people going back to the cinema for the first time. Not only I guess regular cinema goers, but we ve found that there are a lot of people who, for whatever reason, just really felt compelled to see this film on a big screen, which is so rewarding for us because it s exactly what our intention was. The way that that energy was picked up on by the Australian public was beyond what we had obviously expected, so it was amazing.Rotten Tomatoes: It was a very strange thing to be back in Australia and have the likes of network morning TV talking about this Australian film as a phenomenon. Our films sometimes struggle to cut through the clutter back home. And at the same time as The Dry, cinemas were filled with more Aussie films: Penguin Bloom and High Ground and Rams and all these other films were out. Was it a kind of exciting moment to see Australians going to the movies to see Australian films?Bana: Yeah, it was. It was exciting because it was a deliberate thing. We wanted the film to be commercial. We knew that it had the hallmarks of an indie – with dark themes. But on top of that, there was a potential to try and lure people in with a more commercial sell, which is why [distributor] Village Roadshow were such good partners for us.But you re right, it was the beginning. The release date was really scary when we got it, January 1. [Editor’s note: COVID-19 cases were down in low single and double-digits in Australia at the time, but cinemas were only newly operating at capacity and snap lockdowns were regular occurrences in Australian cities.] It was sink or swim. But we felt really confident in the film and that it helped set up this trend of people going, Yeah, we really want to get behind these Australian films. It has changed the language around theatrical releases for Australian films, which is the thing that I m most excited about and that all the producers are excited about: That we can start seeing the potential for Australian films and think about them differently.(Photo by Courtesy of IFC Films. An IFC Films Release.)Rotten Tomatoes: It s exciting to be here back in America now and seeing these films being released and embraced here. The Dry struck me, though, as quite particularly Australian in some ways – it deals with issues that we face, I think, more acutely than some other nations, like the drought and the problem of gambling; and it also gave me a lot of Wake In Fright vibes with the aggressive macho-ness that your character faces at the pub. But in what ways do you feel the movie is universal, and what are you hoping that international audiences are going to get from this film?Bana: Look, we were really lucky that Jane Harper chose to set the story in a fictitious Victorian town of Kiewarra. The key elements of the thriller/whodunit would have worked in any country, in any landscape, with her writing. But we felt like the worst thing we could have done was set this film in Texas, because the hyper-Australian-ess and the attention to detail of the characters and locations are what makes it so specific and is what makes it unique, and that s what made the book unique.That was playing to our strengths, because it was language we understood, it was characters we understood, it was locations and landscape that we understood. It enabled us, in terms of producers, directors, actors, crew, cinematography, to elevate our game to the highest possible level in a local landscape. By making it hyper-Australian in terms of its detail, I think it helps amp up all those other aspects of an already completely solid story and whodunit, which would have worked like I say in any landscape around the world, but fortunately for us it was set here.To answer your question, I hope the audience enjoys being transported. We re really excited about the idea that Americans will feel like they ve spent two hours in Kiewarra at the end of the film. I m really, really excited to see Americans reactions, because it s a depiction of – as you know – rural Australia that we don t always get in cinema. It s usually quite a caricature. It s usually the Outback. It s not usually these towns, which is how – I don t know about you – but how I identify with rural Australia is through these little country towns.Rotten Tomatoes: And they re towns that are changing, they re affected by a number of impacts. I found the choice for John Polson s character to live in that isolated McMansion/new monstrosity very interesting.Bana: Yeah.(Photo by Courtesy of IFC Films. An IFC Films Release.)Rotten Tomatoes: That said, we do also get these amazing vistas and we do get this beautiful – somewhat despairing if you think about the drought that underlies it – striking imagery. From what I understand, you were part of the location scouting for this film. What was that process like and visually what were you going for in terms of the locations?Bana: We really wanted to try and capture the essence of what Jane had written in the book. We knew that area, the Wheat Belt of Victoria, which is about five hours away from the city in which I am now, Melbourne. There was no one town that could do the job so we based ourselves in a place called Warracknabeal and then we had about an hour-and-a-half circle from there that we could cherry pick all these tiny little towns to stitch together our Kiewarra. So, we use the pub from Minyip, we ll use the main street from Beulah, we ll use the house from here, and so forth.It was a lot of different locations to get the greatest possible visual consistency with what was in the book. Stefan Duscio, our Director of Photography, did an amazing job. He is from the country and really understands that landscape. Because you had to believe that the dryness and the tension and the mental scarring that comes from people not only living through a severe drought, but also being dependent upon rainfall in order to survive financially and emotionally as well.We shot the beginning of 2019, at the peak of the drought and just as the bush fires were starting. It just felt, it did, it felt like it was never going to rain. It did rain after we left, which is traditional for film crews, of course, but it was very important to us.Rotten Tomatoes: You’ve spoken about what was important to you as the producer of this film. I m wondering, as you look at what you re going to produce next, and as you develop a body of work that you ve produced, is there a guiding principle or something you re looking to do with the projects that you want to shepherd now?Bana: They tend to be projects that I want to be very closely involved in myself. I don t want to be someone who just attaches their name to things for the sake of it. So, it will generally be stuff that I m intrinsically involved with. I was fortunate enough that in this case, Bruna Papandrea, the producer who acquired the rights some years ago, was someone that we knew well and wanted to get involved with. That was wonderful to learn from her and my co-producer, Robert Connolly, who is our director as well, who is just so experienced and fantastic.I guess, yeah, it s stuff that I really feel that I can have a solid contribution to and have a voice in. The Dry was a “gimme” because it was in my backyard. I knew the area; we were working out of our office and post-production was just a two-minute walk away, so it was fantastic in that sense.(Photo by Courtesy of IFC Films. An IFC Films Release.)Rotten Tomatoes: It s great to see Australian movies at the cinemas, but the other thing that s happening in Australia at the moment is that it feels like every American production in the world is currently based there on the Gold Coast or in Byron Bay – largely thanks to COVID being fully under control and some generous tax incentives. I m wondering, what do you hope the impact of all this activity that s happening now will be for the local industry? There is a fear I see when speaking to some people that everyone is going to pack up once the pandemic ends and things settle back to normal, and tax incentives won t be enough to keep this level of production in the country. Is there a hope you have or something you re thinking about in terms the impact of all this production happening right now?Bana: I think the volume is such that definitely there will be a slight legacy there – that more people will feel comfortable traveling to Australia to film. I m confident that there will be some kind of continual, residual value in people being comfortable with Australia as a shooting location, even when we lose our ultra-competitive edge due to COVID and the situation being back to normal. Obviously, the UK is a long way off being back online in that strong production sense. We will lose some production, eventually, so hopefully we can regain some of that.But it s really important that we strike the right balance and that we make the most of the theatrical energy that came out of this year with Australian cinema. We re starting to get government to really pay attention now, which is great, both on a state level here in Victoria and on a federal level with the offset remaining at 40% – which was super, super important.I hope that there is a long tail. I think we have to be prepared for that drop-off that you talk of, when the rest of the world goes back to normal and every other shooting location becomes available. But hopefully there will be a bit of a legacy here and people go, “Actually, it was great shooting down there. Studios were great in all the different cities. Australians made us feel welcome.”You d like to think it s not just a tax break that lures someone to a shooting location. And I ve been on the receiving end of that myself. I ve worked in a lot of international cinema that s shot in tax-break locations, so I get it and I ve benefited from that, so I can t criticize that process too much. But at the same time, what makes those locations something that you want to go back to are the crews and the conditions and how great those cities are to be in – it makes a really big difference.Hopefully, we can get our way into people s hearts and all these directors, producers, actors want to keep coming back here. That s what we have to try and concentrate on.(Photo by ©Dendy Films/Courtesy Everett Collection)Rotten Tomatoes: You hadn’t made an Australian film for quite some time before The Dry. Are you focused on staying there at the moment and working on Australian stories? Or are you still open to what tickles you, wherever it happens to be?Bana: It s not a driving principle for me. Since Romulus, My Father (pictured above), Rob [Connolly, who directed Romulus and The Dry] and I have been looking to find something to do at home because this is where we live and it s obviously hugely advantageous. I don t have to fly 24 hours to go to work; it was novel to shoot something at home!It has to compete with everything else on the pile. I don t feel like a patriotic sense of “I must do this many Australian films.” I d much rather do the greatest work I can possibly do here when it comes along. That, I think, is a more important contribution. I don t have a personal quota or anything like that. Obviously, if I found something else to do here that was of that quality, I d do it tomorrow.But the pool is much smaller here, obviously. The Australian pile is much smaller, and it s much harder for me to find films of that quality here at the same frequency as I do. So, there s no real priority given to it, but obviously it s hugely rewarding when it does come along.Rotten Tomatoes: And just finally, I know you said it s a very particularly Australian story and that s what elevates it. But also because of its interesting structure, this dual mystery, it has a hook where I can see it could be remade. They could take this idea and set it somewhere else as a remake. I m not saying that anyone s suggested that, but it did pop into my head. How would you feel about potentially having a remade version of this in another location or country?Bana: I m good with accents! [Laughs]. I ve had people ask me about a sequel; I haven t had people ask me about a version in another country. I ll just go play Aaron in Denmark or Germany! That s not something I ve heard, yet. Let s hope that the specific nature of this one means that people would rather experience the original and not have the accent subtitled even in English. Let s hope they can understand what the hell we re saying and enjoy. Enjoy our wonderful Australian accents for a change. It s not often Australians get to play Australians in international cinema. I m happy for them to get a real taste of Australia through this film.Rotten Tomatoes: My favorite accent moment in any film, by the way, happens to be Leslie Mann making fun of how you say No in Funny People.Bana: [Laughing] Yeah, it was pretty special. Gosh, she s funny.The Dry is in U.S. theaters May 21, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News. 😈😈

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平台新上线竖屏传奇手游,玩法超多,并且解决了上班不能光明正大玩的老毛病。人气爆棚,但游戏内部缺少组织性,现每个区服都需要招内部玩家,名额有限有想法的赶紧预约吧。(无工资,每天大量元宝资源免费玩。) sidered the open fifth slot in the Best Actor race (noms for Joaquin Phoenix, Adam Driver, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Antonio Banderas were considered locks). Uncut Gems, in which Sandler plays a Diamond District gem dealer with a gambling problem and a complicated love life, is one of the actor’s best-reviewed movies, according to the Tomatometer.SURPRISE: Two Popes, Two Noms Jonathan Pryce Takes Coveted Fifth Slot in Best Actor Race, Anthony Hopkins Up for Supporting(Photo by Peter Mountain/©Netflix)As we said above, four of the Best Actor slots were seen as sure things going into Monday – Joaquin Phoenix, Adam Driver, Antonio Banderas, Leonardo DiCaprio – with the fifth slot considered open. Would it be Golden Globe-winner Taron Egerton for his portrayal of Elton John? Or Robert De Niro for his take on Frank “The Irishman” Sheeran? Turns out the fabulous pop star and the bloody house-painter would have to step aside for none other than his Holiness, Pope Francis, as played by Welsh actor Jonathan Pryce in Netflix’s Two Popes. The film generally made more of an impression than some were expecting, picking up noms not just for Pryce but also for co-star Anthony Hopkins, and for Best Adapted Screenplay.SNUB: Awkwafina and Lupita Nyong o Get No Love(Photo by ©A24, Claudette Barius/©Universal)Considering Awkwafina racked up a ton of nominations from critics groups, and Lupita Nyong o has been winning the Best Actress award from a lot of those same groups, it certainly came as a shock when neither of them managed to land a nod from the Oscars. The former earned rave reviews and a Golden Globes win for her nuanced work as a frustrated granddaughter coming to terms with her grandmother s terminal illness in Lulu Wang s deeply personal dramedy The Farewell, while the latter s dual turn, both as a mother trying to protect her family and as her evil doppelgänger, in Jordan Peele s Us blew everyone away and earned her a SAG Award nomination. Unfortunately, neither was good enough to merit a spot in the Academy s top five.SURPRISE: Cynthia Erivo Just an Oscar Win Away from EGOT STatus(Photo by Focus Features)Cynthia Erivo was always a chance for a nomination for her portrayal of Harriet Tubman in Focus Features’ rousing Harriet, but pundits favored Golden Globe winner Awkwafina for what was seen as the category’s open fifth slot. With The Farewell completely snubbed this morning, including its lead Awkwafina, the slot was open, and it went, as some expected, to Broadway star Erivo, who’s earned praise for a string of film roles over the last two years (Widows, Bad Times At The El Royale). Lupita Nyong’o and Alfre Woodard had been her fiercest competition for the coveted opening. The nomination puts Erivo one step closer to EGOT status, having earned a Tony, Grammy, and Emmy for her role as Celie in Broadway musical The Color Purple – she got her Daytime Emmy for a performance from the production on The Today Show. The smart money would say it’s not her year for a win, but as we’ve seen this morning, the Academy never ceases to surprise.SNUB: Apollo 11 Grounded by the Academy(Photo by ©Neon)The Best Documentary category may not be the most glamorous, but there was one film most believed would at least make the list, if not win it entirely. Apollo 11, the stunning chronicle of the eponymous space mission brought to life solely through archival footage, wowed critics to the tune of a near-unanimous Certified Fresh 99% on the Tomatometer, and it s been plowing through awards season picking up trophies from all of the major critics organizations. Alas, none of it was enough to earn recognition from the Academy, who, among their selections for Best Documentary, curiously saw fit instead to include Netflix s The Edge of Democracy, which isn t a bad film by any means, but it hasn t been nominated for pretty much anything else.SURPRISE: Honeyland Makes History (Photo by Ljubomir Stevanov/©Neon)North Macedonian film Honeyland quietly made history this morning, becoming the first movie nominated for both Best Documentary (Feature) and Best International Feature Film (the category formerly known as Best Foreign Language Film). It made history, too, as only the second North Macedonian movie to ever receive a nomination for the international category (the first was for the 1994 film Before the Rain). The film, shot over three years in a fly-on-the-wall style, focuses on a woman who uses ancient beekeeping techniques and traditions to produce honey in the Macedonian mountains, and the tensions that arise when a new nomadic family arrives and interferes with her livelihood. It remains one of the best-reviewed movies of 2019, Certified Fresh at 99% on the Tomatometer. [Editor s note: An earlier version of this story stated that Honeyland was the first nominated North Macedonian film; it is actually the second.]SNUB: Monday Morning’s Alright (For Fighting) for Largely Ignored Rocketman(Photo by @ Paramount Pictures)No need to clean your rose-tinted shades: Your eyes don’t deceive you – Elton John biopic was snubbed in a number of surprising categories. Perhaps the biggest shock was that Taron Egerton, who plays John in the film and took home a Golden Globe for his efforts (and sang all of his own vocals), missed out on a nomination for Best Actor. Other shockers for Rocketman: No love for Best Costume Design or Makeup and Hairstyling. The movie earned its sole nomination in the category of Original Song for “(I’m Gonna) Love Me Again,” with music by Elton John and lyrics by Bernie Taupin.SURPRISE: That Toy Story 4 Song You Forgot About Is Up for an Oscar(Photo by © Walt Disney Studios)Did you even remember that Randy Newman had a song in Toy Story 4? Because we’ll be honest, we’d kinda forgotten (and so had most pundits, with the song barely registering a blip on the prognostication radar ahead of this morning’s nominations). But he does, and it’s called “I Can’t Let You Throw Yourself Away,” and it’s just been nominated for Best Original Song, pushing Beyoncé’s “Spirit” from The Lion King out of contention. The Newman song might be the most literal of the nominated tunes this year, playing over a montage of incidences in which Forky tries to throw himself away, and, well, Woody just can’t let him. This is Newman’s 21st Oscar nomination, and fourth Best Original Song nomination for a Toy Story movie.SNUB: Lulu Wang s The Farewell Shut Out Entirely(Photo by A24)We ve already covered how Awkwafina and Shuzhen Zhao were snubbed in the Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress categories above, but considering how much of a phenomenon The Farewell was, it s incredible that it failed to garner any nominations at all. If the acting categories were too crowded, we thought perhaps writer-director Lulu Wang stood a chance of competing for Best Original Screenplay, but even there, she was supplanted by Sam Mendes  1917, whose Writers Guild Award nomination was the first recognition of the film s writing all season. Ever since The Farewell premiered, we ve been expecting to see it make some sort of appearance at the Oscars, but it looks like that s not going to happen after all.SURPRISE: Scarlett Johansson Earns Double Nominations, Joining Prestigious Company(Photo by ©Netflix, Larry Horricks/©Fox Searchlight Pictures)Maybe she can play a tree… Scarlett Johansson earned the distinction of being twice-nominated in a single year for her work in Marriage Story (Best Actress In a Leading Role) and in Jojo Rabbit (Best Actress In a Supporting Role). Johansson becomes just the 12th actor ever to be nominated for two awards in the same year, and, interestingly, one of her fellow nominees this year is among those names: Al Pacino was nominated for both Scent Of A Woman and Glengarry Glen Ross at the 65th Academy Awards. The last actor to earn double nominations in a single year was Cate Blanchett, nominated for Elizabeth: The Golden Age and I’m Not There at the 80th Awards. Double nominations seem to neither be a disadvantage nor advantage, with seven of the 11 past double nominees managing to win one of their awards, though no one has ever won both.SNUB: Dolemite Ignored Across the Board, Including for Best Costumes (What!?)(Photo by Francois Duhamel/Netflix)Adam Sandler wasn’t the only dark-horse SNL alum to miss out on a Best Actor slot this morning: Eddie Murphy, whose Dolemite Is My Name is one of the best-reviewed comedies of the year and whom many thought could ride the cresting Eddie-aissance to an Oscar nom, got no love today, and neither did the film generally, earning a total of zero nominations. The biggest snub for the Netflix comedy arguably came in the Costume Design category, where Ruth E. Carter, who took home the Oscar in the category last year for Black Panther, was considered a shoo-in and a favorite to win. Joker, on the other hand, was the surprise nominee for Best Costume Design, edging out Dolemite and Elton John biopic Rocketman.SURPRISE: Klaus Edges Out Frozen II in A Battle of Winter Animation(Photo by ©Netflix)We re not saying Klaus isn t a terrific film, because it is it s Certified Fresh at 93% with an Audience Score of 98% but that doesn t mean it s any less surprising that it managed to nab a nomination for Best Animated Feature over Frozen II. This is the first time since 2011 s Winnie the Pooh that a Walt Disney Animation film hasn t been nominated for the Oscar, and it s worth noting that the first Frozen even went on to win back in 2013. It used to be conventional wisdom that Disney s animated films and Pixar s various offerings would almost be guaranteed to earn Oscar nods, but this is just more evidence that times are changing, and there are more and more studios taking risks and producing incredible work in animation.The 92nd Academy Awards will be celebrated on Sunday, February 8 at 5pm PT /8pm ET and broadcast live on ABC.Are you as obsessed with awards as we are? Check out our Awards Leaderboard for 2019/2020.

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(Photo by Katie Yu/The CW)Life happens at warp speed for Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) — but it also seems true of The Flash itself, as this week marks the CW series 100th episode. The episode s story sees Barry and his daughter, Nora (Jessica Parker Kennedy), revisiting some key moments in the show’s history. And at a celebration in Vancouver to commemorate the historic episode, Rotten Tomatoes asked members of the cast about their fondest memories working on five seasons of The Flash.Parker, who joined the series this season after a few brief cameos as Nora last year, said her favorite aspect of working on the show collides with her worst moments on set: preparing to “zoop.” The term refers to those moments when a speedster runs off screen in a burst of lighting. On set, it requires the actor to freeze in a running stance for a surprising amount of time.“Grant is a dancer and he looks the coolest [doing it.] No one looks worse at those moments than me,” Kennedy admitted, adding that a surprising number of zoop shots occur “at 4 in the morning, outside” with her “falling over take after take. I giggle so hard every time that happens, and I just go, ‘My God, my job is so silly. I’m so happy to be here.’”(Photo by Jeff Weddell/The CW)Candice Patton, who plays Kennedy s TV mom Iris West, points to the lasting friendships she s made with costar Jesse L. Martin and former castmates Keiynan Lonsdale and Rick Cosnett.“These are people for me that will be friends of mine for a lifetime. You gain such amazing relationships on shows like these because you spend so much time with people, she said, and I’m really grateful for those people who’ve made this experience for me, these last five years, safe and comfortable.”Said season 4 newcomer Hartley Sawyer (a.k.a. Team Flash addition Ralph Dibny): “The best days are when we’re all in the Cortex — or wherever we are — and we’re doing scenes [together]. Sometimes I’m driving home and laughing and wiping tears about it because the stuff that happens is so much fun. We have such a great time together.”Carlos Valdes, whose Cisco Ramon has been there from day one shares Sawyer and Patton s sentiments.“In general, it tends to be whenever Tom Cavanagh and I start making music out of nowhere, out of gibberish, out of clapping, out of the Notre Dame fight song, out of anything,” he said. “We will take anything and create an annoying 14-minute jam out of it. The crew hates us for it.”(Photo by Jeff Weddell/The CW)Executive producer Todd Helbing’s favorite moment comes from the first-season episode Out of Time. “It’s when Thawne (Cavanagh) is circling around Cisco and does the vibrating hand thing [for the first time], he said. The episode as a whole stands as a highlight for him, because it’s the first time we introduced time travel. It also featured Iris revealing her feelings for Barry, Barry telling her that he is The Flash, and a tidal wave which threatens to destroy Central City.Star Gustin, meanwhile, will always recall working on Flash Back, the second-season episode in which he travels back in time to ask for help from Cavanagh s Thawne, who was still pretending to be Harrison Wells at the time. Gustin enjoyed playing opposite Cavanagh as the villain again. He also said the pilot and the first-season finale, which both prominently feature the death of Barry’s mother Nora (Michelle Harrison), are “seared into my memory as the most visceral and emotional experiences The heart of what drives Barry Allen is built into the those two episodes.”It should then come as no surprise that filming Nora’s death scene forms a key memory for Harrison’s time on the show. Though she enjoyed getting to play Nora as the mother of an adult son in the Flashpoint storyline, “as an actress, doing that [death] scene over and over” is something she loves about the show.Of course, thanks to Barry’s mucking with time, he appears in that scene at various stages in his life and his career as The Flash. Joked Gustin, “before the series is over, the amount of Barrys at the murder scene will multiply.”The Flash s 100th episode, What s Past Is Prologue, airs Tuesday, Dec. 4 at 8 p.m. on The CW.

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