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bob88体育平台登录采用百度引擎9(Baidu 6)This week s Ketchup brings you another 10 headlines from the world of film development news (the stories about what movies Hollywood is working on for you next), covering new projects for Michael Fassbender, Joaquin Phoenix, and Margot Robbie.This WEEK S TOP STORYM. NIGHT SHYALAMAN WORKING ON MYSTERIOUS MOVIES FOR 2021 AND 2023 (Photo by Jessica Kourkounis / © Universal)On top of everything else in M. Night Shyalaman s Split (Certified Fresh at 77%), the most memorable scene in the movie may have come at the end when it was revealed that it was secretly set in the same world as Shyamalan s Unbreakable (Fresh at 70%), which, of course, subsequently led to this year s Glass (Rotten at 37%). Regardless of how Glass itself was received, the box office success of these movies is a reminder that, like Quentin Tarantino, Shyamalan remains one of the few directors whose name carries marquee value. So, it s little surprise that this week, Universal Pictures moved quickly to schedule two mystery projects from M. Night Shyamalan for release on February 26, 2021 and February 17, 2023. The year 2023 is relatively unclaimed so far, but that date in early 2021 is the week before the reboots of Mortal Kombat and Masters of the Universe, both of which are staked out on March 5, 2021. Although no details are given for Shyamalan s new projects, they are described as being original movies. One possibility has been suggested by Collider, which is that these movies could be a longer story split in two. M. Night Shyamalan has now directed three movies within a superhero framework. What genre might he take on next?Other Top Headlines1. FIRST DETAILS ABOUT JOAQUIN PHOENIX S NEXT FILM AFTER JOKER (Photo by Warner Bros.)Joker (currently Fresh at 75%) doesn t come out for another two weeks, but its future seems pretty bright at this point, following the film s top prize win at the Venice Film Festival and with opening weekend box office predictions in the million range. Joaquin Phoenix will probably emerge from all of this with an even more prospects for major studio prestige films, but this week he signed on to work with an acclaimed independent director first. Joaquin Phoenix s next film after Joker will be an untitled independent drama with a secret premise from writer-director Mike Mills. This will be Mills fourth film following Thumbsucker, Beginners (which gave Christopher Plummer his Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor), and 2017 s 20th Century Women (for which Mills received a Best Original Screenplay Academy Award nomination).2. MICHAEL FASSBENDER JOINS TAIKA WAITITI S NEXT GOAL WINS(Photo by Abbot Genser/TM and ©Copyright Fox Searchlight Pictures)With dozens of Marvel Cinematic Universe movies and various Marvel movies from both Fox and Sony, it s nearly inevitable nowadays that actors and directors with Marvel credentials will end up working together on other projects. Taika Waititi, for example, is fitting two non-Marvel movies in between Thor: Ragnarok and Thor: Love and Thunder (11/5/2021). The first of those two is Jojo Rabbit (currently Fresh at 75%), in which Taika Waititi plays a ridiculous daydream version of Adolf Hitler, and the second will be a soccer underdog true story drama called Next Goal Wins. This week, Michael Fassbender, whose run as Marvel s Magneto finished this year with Dark Phoenix, signed on to star in Next Goal Wins as soccer coach Thomas Rongen, who in 2011 became coach of the American Samoan team in their effort to qualify for the World Cup. Waititi reportedly is now casting actors of Fa afafine heritage to play the American Samoan soccer players. Next Goal Wins is also based upon the 2014 documentary of the same title, which won several awards, including Best Documentary Feature at the British Independent Film Awards in 2014.3. THIS WEEK IN MARGOT ROBBIE: FOOLS DAY AND COMPETITION FOR BARBIE(Photo by Andrew Cooper / © Columbia Pictures)In addition to appearing in Quentin Tarantino s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (Certified Fresh at 85%) and starring in upcoming films Bombshell (12/20/2019) and Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn (2/7/2020), Margot Robbie is staying super busy in her role as producer. It was just last week that we learned Robbie is producing a Tank Girl reboot, but this week, we found out she will also executive produce (and co-star in a supporting role) a feature-length adaptation of a comedy short film called Fools Day (which you can watch on YouTube right here), about a class of 4th graders who accidentally kill their teacher (Margot Robbie) while playing an April Fools Day prank. Cody Blue Snider, who wrote and directed the original short film, will also co-write and direct Fools Day as her feature film debut. Robbie is also attached to star in the long-in-development Barbie movie (5/8/2020), and this week, that project got some indirect competition in the form of Dream Doll, a biopic about Barbie creator Ruth Handler, which will be co-produced by Rita Wilson.4. BOB ODENKIRK JOINS NEW THRILLER FROM JOHN WICK WRITER (Photo by Michele K. Short/AMC/Sony Pictures Television)While many of his contemporaries became big stars much earlier, the career of Bob Odenkirk has been more of a slow burn since the 1980s, although his status has definitely grown with the success of Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul (all four seasons are Certified Fresh at 97% or higher), in which he stars. Above-title billing might be just around the corner for Bob Odenkirk with the news this week that the previously mysterious Untitled Universal Event Film scheduled for August 14, 2020 will be a revenge thriller called Nobody, starring Bob Odenkirk. Screenwriter Derek Kolstad, who wrote John Wick and John Wick: Chapter Two (and co-wrote the third film), is the mastermind behind Nobody, which is described as as a summer thriller in which Odenkirk will play a a suburban dad, overlooked husband, and all-around nobody [with] a long-surpressed rage that explodes after two thieves break into his house, propelling him on a brutal path that will uncover dark secrets he fought to leave behind. (So, basically, Nobody sounds like an adult Home Alone through the lens of John Wick, Falling Down, and Straw Dogs?)5. DIRECTOR LEE DANIELS NEXT HISTORICAL DRAMA: THE UNITED STATES VS BILLIE HOLIDAY (Photo by Jason Smith/Everett Collection)This year marks 47 years since the 1972 biopic Lady Sings the Blues (starring Diana Ross as jazz singer Billie Holiday) was released and eventually received five Academy Award nominations. It s been six years now since director Lee Daniels produced and directed Lee Daniels The Butler (Fresh at 72%), but he s now getting ready for his next film, which will be called The United States vs Billie Holiday. Instead of a full biopic, the drama will focus on a drug sting orchestrated by the Federal Department of Narcotics led by an agent with whom Billie Holiday had a tumultous affair. Singer-songwriter Andra Day has been attached to star in The United States vs Billie Holliday for a while now, and this week, we learned that she will be joined by Trevante Rhodes (Moonlight), Garrett Hedlund (Mudbound), Natasha Lyonne (Russian Doll), and Da Vine Joy Randolph (of Netflix s upcoming Dolemite is My Name). The United States vs Billie Holiday is reportedly inspired by the 2015 bestselling book Chasing the Scream: The First and Last Days of the War on Drugs by Johann Hari.6. FUNKO POP! VINYL FIGURES GET AN ANIMATED FILM(Photo by Bloomberg/Getty Images)In 2014, Warner Animation had a surprise success with The LEGO Movie (Certified Fresh at 96%), which earned over 9 million worldwide, even if the subsequent sequels didn t do quite as well. Part of the formula behind the success of The LEGO Movie was that, like the toys it was based upon, the film was able to borrow characters from franchises like DC Comics, Lord of the Rings, and Star Wars. Another popular franchise that is built largely upon the popularity of other pop culture items is Funko s Pop! vinyl figures, and like LEGO before them, the Funko Pop! figures are also now getting their own movie from Warner Animation. As with LEGO, Warner Bros. and Funko have a long history of licensing brands like Batman and Harry Potter, and the Funko Pop! movie is expected to draw heavily from those in-house properties. It will be a while before we get a release date for the Funko Pop! movie, but in the meantime, future Warner Animation movies will include Scoob (5/5/2020), Tom Jerry (4/16/2021), and Space Jam 2 (7/16/2021).7. WWE PARTNERING ON MONSTER WRESTLING ANIMATED MOVIE RUMBLE FOR 2020 (Photo by Glen Wilson /© Netflix)Much like the Bob Odenkirk movie above, until this week, Paramount Animation also had an untitled film scheduled for next summer on July 31, 2020. We can now report that the movie will be called Rumble, and that it will be a joint project with WWE Studios (Fighting with My Family). Rumble will be set in a world where monster wrestling is a global sport and monsters are superstar athletes, with a voice cast that includes Will Arnett (Batman from The LEGO Batman Movie), Terry Crews (TV s Brooklyn Nine-Nine), Tony Danza, and WWE wrestling stars like Becky Lynch and Roman Reigns. Other Paramount Animation movies scheduled for 2020 include Sonic the Hedgehog (2/14/2020), The SpongeBob Movie: It s a Wonderful Sponge (5/22/2020), and Clifford the Big Red Dog (11/13/2020). In related news, this week Paramount Animation also unveiled their new Star Skipper opening animation that will appear before these 2020 movies.8. THIS WEEK IN REMAKES: THE CRAFT, HOUSE PARTY, AND SET IT OFF Even if you set aside comic book movies and various big budget franchises like Disney, Fast Furious, James Bond, and Star Wars, the hunt for original movies each year is still made difficult by the abundance of remakes, and there s no end in sight. To illustrate the point, this week s headlines included remakes of The Craft, House Party, and Set It Off. First up, the cast for The Craft was announced, with Gideon Adlon, Lovie Simone, and Zoey Luna joining the previously announced Cailee Spaeny (Bad Times at the El Royale). Then, the House Party remake announced it will now be directed by Calmatic, the director of the video behind the hit country/rap song Old Town Road by Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus. That movie has been in the mix for a while now, as it s one of the projects that LeBron James is producing, along with Space Jam 2 (7/16/2021). Finally, the 1996 heist movie Set It Off is also getting remade, which Issa Rae (Insecure) is now developing at New Line Cinema, with Issa Rae likely to take one of the starring roles.9. THE SOCIAL MEDIA WHIRLWIND AROUND THE PRINCESS BRIDE REMAKE (Photo by TM and Copyright © 20th Century Fox Film Corp. All rights reserved)Every once in a while, we get a cautionary tale about the power of social media, frequently at the expense of old school figures who lack the foresight to realize how badly their words can be blown out of proportion. Let s start with this Variety profile of longtime TV producer Norman Lear, who also went on to produce movies like The Princess Bride and Fried Green Tomatoes. In that piece, there are some quotes from Sony Pictures Entertainment CEO Tony Vinciquerra, including this one: We have so many people coming to us saying, We want to remake this show or that show very famous people whose names I won t use, but they want to redo The Princess Bride.' And that right there was enough to explode online, as people took to their phones and computers to voice their disapproval of the mere thought of remaking the beloved 1987 fantasy comedy. Those expressing said disapproval included Jamie Lee Curtis and the original film s star Cary Elwes, who simply said, There s a shortage of perfect movies in this world. It would be a pity to damage this one. The bottom line: there are people in Hollywood who think The Princess Bride should be remade, and those people should be ashamed of themselves.Like this? 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After several months of fifth-place ties, March is apparently a much more straightforward month at the movies, as the three most anticipated films earned the top spot, the second spot, and the third spot, respectively, in every single one of our social media polls and our tally of Want-to-See votes on the site. The leader, far and away, is the latest entry in the MCU and the last entry in the franchise before it all comes to a head in Avengers: Endgame but it was followed up by another terrifying treat from Jordan Peele and a live-action retelling of an animated Disney classic. Read on for the full list.1. Captain Marvel (2019) 79%(Photo by Marvel Studios)22,056 Want-to-See Votes#1 pick by our Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter fansOpens March 8Coming in at the top spot in all of our metrics was, unsurprisingly, the big-screen introduction of Carol Danvers, a.k.a. Captain Marvel, into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Set in the 1990s, the film is an origin story for the character, who crashes on Earth and searches for answers to questions about her past, even as she attempts to thwart the evil plans of an alien race. Captain Marvel also serves as a lead-in to next month s Avengers: Endgame, so fans are likely curious to see how she fits into the narrative.Watch Trailer2. Us (2019) 93%(Photo by Claudette Barius/Universal Pictures)655 Want-to-See Votes#2 pick by our Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter fansOpens March 22After the breakout success of 2017 s Get Out, audiences were eager to see where Jordan Peele would go next. The answer lies somewhere in a bloody pile of red jumpsuits and golden scissors. Us, which headlines the opening night of South by Southwest this year, centers on a young family on vacation who are terrorized by evil doppelgangers of themselves. If the creepy-as-hell trailers are any indication, it certainly looks like Peele is going to beat the sophomore slump.Watch Trailer3. Dumbo (2019) 46%(Photo by Walt Disney Studios)544 Want-to-See Votes#3 pick by our Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter fansOpens March 29Securing the third spot in all of our metrics for the month of March is the first of three (yes, three!) live-action remakes of classic Disney films (the other two are Aladdin in May and The Lion King in July). Tim Burton takes the helm for this retelling of the story of a lonely circus elephant who learns to fly, thanks to his abnormally oversized ears. The effects look spectacular, and an all-star cast that includes Michael Keaton, Colin Farrell, Eva Green, Danny DeVito, and Alan Arkin means this could potentially be great.Watch Trailer4. Climax (2018) 68%(Photo by A24)418 Want-to-See Votes#4 pick by our Facebook fans, #5 pick by our Twitter fansOpened March 1 In Theaters NowFrench director Gaspar Noé (Irreversible, Enter the Void) makes it his business to push boundaries, and his past films have never been shy about the graphic depiction of provocative content, whether based in sex or violence. His latest film is an acid trip nightmare, literally, that follows the members of a dance troupe as a night of rehearsal devolves into utter chaos after a number of them unknowingly ingest LSD-spiked sangria. The film, which opened last Friday, features stunning choreography and virtuosic camera work, and it s already Certified Fresh. But be warned it s not for the faint of heart.Watch Trailer5. Triple Frontier (2019) 71%(Photo by Netflix)192 Want-to-See Votes#4 pick by our Instagram and Twitter fansOpens March 6, Streaming on Netflix March 13The fifth most anticipated film of March is something of a surprise, mostly because it went through a troubled, years-long development process that saw a number of stars join and leave the project since its inception in 2010. That said, the final line-up is rather impressive: Ben Affleck, Pedro Pascal, Oscar Isaac, Garrett Hedlund, and Charlie Hunnam star in this action thriller written and directed by J.C. Chandor (All is Lost) about a group of military vets who reunite for a dangerous heist in South America. The film will premiere in theaters on March 6 before it hits Netflix the next week, on March 13.Watch TrailerLike this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week. 三端互通超变神途发布网是一款神途传奇手游平台,这款传奇的基本属性很变态,超级多的游戏副本,非常有趣的竞技玩法。玩的过程中没有任何卡顿的情况,你可以放心畅玩,喜欢的玩家一起来感受全新传奇之旅吧。
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正是因为对动画的还原和趣味的竞技玩法,《猫和老鼠》手游不仅成为了很多玩家的“快乐源泉”,而且也是交友社交的“利器”。如果你觉得“卷”得特别厉害,不妨找朋友来一局,不管高端局还是低端局,陪伴就是去卷的最佳良药。bob88体育平台登录Today s Ketchup brings you another 10 headlines from the world of film development news, covering stories from the last few weeks (because of the holidays) for titles such as The Batman, Dune, Jumanji 3, Disney s reboot of Pirates of the Caribbean, and Venom 2.This WEEK S TOP STORYDUNE REMAKE RECRUITS DAVE BAUTISTA AND STELLAN SKARSGARD(Photo by Elizabeth Goodenough/Everett Collection, Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images)Blade Runner 2049, the 2017 science fiction sequel directed by Denis Villeneuve (Arrival, Sicario) may have been a relative box office disappointment, but it was also Certiified Fresh at 87%, and as the expression goes, that s not nothing. Denis Villeneuve is also set to revisit another 1980s sci-fi film that underperformed at the box office, but this time, it s a straight up remake/reboot. We re speaking of David Lynch s Dune, the Frank Herbert adaptation that earned less than its production budget upon release in 1984. For his Dune, Denis Villeneuve has already cast Timothée Chalamet (Call Me By Your Name, Lady Bird) as the film s lead character, Paul Altreiedes, and Rebecca Ferguson (of the Mission: Impossible franchise) as his mother. Dune has a large ensemble cast of characters, and this week, Villeneuve focused on the Houe Harkonnen. Stellan Skarsgard, who co-starred in Marvel s Thor movies, has been cast as the blister-plagued villain Baron Harkonnen (hope he likes hours in the makeup chair). Dave Bautista, who played Marvel s Drax in Guardians of the Galaxy and had a small role in Blade Runner 2049, has also joined Dune as the Beast, Rabban, in a casting decision which suggests the character will have a higher profile than he did in David Lynch s film. Dune does not yet have a release date (but it s expected to be sometime in 2020).Fresh Developments1. HENRY WINKLER JOINS WES ANDERSON S THE FRENCH DISPATCH (Photo by Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection)Throughout much of his career, director Wes Anderson has specialized in working with large ensemble casts, notably starting with 2001 s The Royal Tenenbaums (Certified Fresh at 80%). We ve known for a few months now that Anderson s next film will be called The French Dispatch, and that it will be set in the Paris bureau of an American newspaper (possibly during the years after World War II). The latest actor to join the film s ensemble  is Henry Winkler, who s probably most famous for his long-running role as The Fonz on TV s Happy Days but has also had memorable roles on Arrested Development and the new HBO series Barry, for which he was nominated for a Golden Globe. The French Dispatch will feature such Wes Anderson alumni as Mathieu Amalric, Bob Balaban, Adrien Brody, Frances McDormand, Bill Murray, Saoirse Ronan, Léa Seydoux, Tilda Swinton, and Owen Wilson. Others who are joining Winkler as first-time actors working with Wes Anderson include Timothée Chalamet, Benicio del Toro, Lois Smith, and Jeffrey Wright.2. AWKWAFINA AND DANNY DEVITO JOIN JUMANJI 3 (Photo by Warner Bros., Byron Cohen/FXX)The original Jumanji was arguably a star feature for mostly just Robin Williams (at best, Kirsten Dunst s star was also on the rise). For 2017 s Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (Certified Fresh at 76%), the formula was expanded to include four stars (Jack Black, Karen Gillan, Kevin Hart, and Dwayne Johnson). It sounds like we can expect this year s third Jumanji (12/13/2019) to expand the video game roster even further, with both Awkwafina and Danny DeVito now joining the franchise. We should note that nothing has yet been revealed about their characters, including whether they are video game avatars, NPCs, or real world players. Jumanji 3 comes as Awkwafina prepares to film two sequels to last year s Crazy Rich Asians (and she s also voicing a character in this summer s The Angry Birds Movie 2). Danny DeVito will likewise be coming off his co-starring role in Disney s live-action remake of Dumbo (3/29/2019).3. ARETHA FRANKLIN BIOPIC RESPECT GETS A DIRECTOR(Photo by Derek Storm/Everett Collection)Dreamgirls and American Idol star Jennifer Hudson is currently filming her role as Grizabella in this year s Cats (12/20/2019), but the pieces are already falling into place for her next major movie musical, namely Respect, MGM s biopic about the life of R B singer (and many other things) Aretha Franklin, who died last year at the age of 76. Respect will mark the feature film debut of stage director Liesl Tommy, whose Eclipsed received six Tony nominations, including Best Director (making Tommy the first African American woman to be nominated in that category). Tommy will be working from a screenplay by Thelma Louise screenwriter Callie Khouri, who was the showrunner of TV s dramatic series Nashville.4. THE LAST THREE WEEKS IN TOM HANKS: MISTER ROGERS AND BIOS(Photo by Sony Pictures)The Weekly Ketchup for the first full week in January also covers all of the previous weeks going back past Christmas, which, for the sake of consolidating news stories, means that we get to cover two separate Tom Hanks movies. Hanks wrapped up filming of the film in which he plays PBS star Fred Rogers in November, but it had remained untitled for a while after the early title You Are My Friend was dropped. We can now report that the film will be called A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, which directly borrows from Rogers signature song, when it is released on October 18, 2019 as an early awards season contender. For his next film, Tom Hanks is returning to the post-apocalyptic future (a la Cloud Atlas) in BIOS, as an ailing inventor who builds a robot to keep his dog company after he s gone. That robot, with the help of motion capture animation, will be played by Caleb Landry Jones, who in 2017 had a significant role in Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. Miguel Sapochnik, who directed the Emmy-winning Battle of the Bastards episode of Game of Thrones, will be directing BIOS for Universal Pictures.5. WARNER BROS. HOPES TO START FILMING THE BATMAN LATER THIS YEAR (Photo by Zack Snyder)Sometimes big movie news stories are buried ledes in other stories. One such example came this week as we learned that Warner Bros. is eyeing a production start for The Batman in November, 2019 in a larger piece speculating about the year in general. There are still many things we don t know about The Batman, including who might be cast now that we re 99% sure that Ben Affleck is done with playing Bruce Wayne. (Many of those questions are asked in this Hollywood Reporter piece.) One thing that we do know now is that director/writer Matt Reeves (War for the Planet of the Apes) has turned in his final draft for The Batman, which is ostensibly why Warner Bros. feels the pieces are coming together for a start as early as this year. Other Batman-related projects that Warner Bros has coming soon include this year s Joker (10/4/2019) and next year s Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) (2/7/2020), starring Joaquin Phoenix and Margot Robbie, respectively.Rotten Ideas4. PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN REBOOT MOVING FORWARD WITHOUT JOHNNY DEPP(Photo by Walt Disney Studios)Deciding where to draw the sometimes thin line between what is a Fresh or Rotten story can sometimes be a tricky proposition. For example, one could look at the declining Tomatometer scores for Disney s Pirates of the Caribbean franchise and say that, therefore, any future Pirates movie is not only Rotten, but very much so. The latest news is that Walt Disney Pictures appears to be developing a Pirates of the Caribbean reboot, which would move forward without Johnny Depp s Jack Sparrow character. That, then, begs the question, of whether Jack Sparrow has helped drag down the Pirates Tomatometer, and a new lead might return the franchise to the Certified Fresh status of the first film. Nothing is confirmed yet, but there are indications that the franchise s new lead will be the female pirate called Captain Redd. One of the key factors suggesting that rumor is the raised profile that Disney is giving to Redd, both in toys, and on the Pirates of the Caribbean park ride itself. Having said that, there are still enough unknowns here that any new Pirates of the Caribbean movie is still a borderline Rotten Idea until we learn more.3. ANGRY BIRDS SEQUEL DROPPING THIS SUMMER(Photo by Columbia Pictures)Video game adaptations remain arguably the most reliably Rotten type of movie. Sometimes, movies like The Angry Birds Movie are still able to attract an audience (2 million globally) despite a Rotten Tomatometer score of just 44%. As such, Sony Pictures quickly started production of The Angry Birds Movie 2, which is already scheduled for release this summer, on August 16, 2019 (up against Playmobil: The Movie). The new voice cast will include pop singer Nicki Minaj, rising star Awkwafina (who also recently joined Jumanji 3), Saturday Night Live star Leslie Jones, This is Us star Sterling K. Brown, and Eugenio Derbez (of last year s Overboard remake). These new voice actors will join such cast members from the first movie as Peter Dinklage, Josh Gad, Bill Hader, Danny McBride, and Jason Sudeikis.2. SONY BITES INTO ITS SEQUEL PLANS FOR THE NEXT VENOM (Photo by Sony Pictures)There is such a conspiracy theory out there about the Tomatometer scores of Marvel movies that when one types in disney pays into Google, the first auto-feed option is Rotten Tomatoes. (If only we had a page on the site that explains how Tomatometers work.) One of the lowest Tomatometer scores delivered to a major motion picture in 2018 went to Venom (Rotten at 28%), which, despite that score, was still able to earn over 5 million globally as the year s #6 film. Obviously, Sony Pictures is moving forward with a Venom sequel, which is expected to take the slot they ve reserved for October 2, 2020. To that end, Sony has hired Kelly Marcel, one of the first film s co-writers to work on the sequel, which is expected to feature Woody Harrelson s end-credits serial killer character, Cletus Kasady, AKA Carnage. Tom Hardy will obviously return, and Michelle Williams is expected to return as well. Director Ruben Fleischer will be busy with Zombieland 2, so a new director is currently being sought by Sony.1. THE NEXT STAR TREK VOYAGE HAS BEEN CANCELLED(Photo by Paramount Pictures)Previously in this column up above, we mentioned how big movie stories are sometimes buried ledes, and that applies to this week s most Rotten news. Let s start with this piece about HBO s Game of Thrones prequel series, and how the pilot will be directed by one S.J. Clarkson. In the second paragraph, referencing the fourth Star Trek with the current cast, the article casually states, That project has since been shelved. Luckily, we have other sources, like Scott Mendelson of Forbes, who can take six words and delve into many more details. That just leaves us to clarify that the first three movies all received Certified Fresh scores: Star Trek (94%), Star Trek Into Darkness (85%), and Star Trek Beyond (85%). So the decision to retire the Kelvin cast after just three movies is a Rotten Idea because they were still delivering Certified Fresh Tomatometer scores. Having said that, we still don t know what will become of Quentin Tarantino s Star Trek idea.

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Cinematographer Roger Deakins is a household name among film buffs. He s the genius behind the look and feel of landmark films like The Shawshank Redemption, The Assassination of Jesse James By the Coward Robert Ford, and Blade Runner 2049. His long-running relationship with the Coen Bros. has seen him create unforgettable imagery in Fargo, O Brother, Where Art Thou?, and more, and he has worked with Sam Mendes on Skyfall and Jarhead. This year, Deakins takes on his most ambitious project yet, Mendes  1917, an action-packed WWI thriller composed of long, elaborately choreographed segments edited together to give the story the feel of a single, unbroken shot. Ahead of the movie s release, Rotten Tomatoes sat down with Deakins to break down how he tackled the challenge of 1917 s single shot, as well as to walk us through some of the toughest assignments of his career, from Skyfall s epic fire to his Oscar-winning work on Blade Runner 2049. 1917 is in theaters December 25, 2019.

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This week s Ketchup brings you another 10 headlines from the world of film development news (the stories about what movies Hollywood is working on for you next), covering stories for titles like Aladdin 2, The Batman, Hamilton, and Porgy and Bess.This WEEK S TOP STORYDISNEY S LIVE-ACTION ALADDIN GETS A SEQUEL(Photo by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Disney s CGI remake of The Lion King was one of last year s biggest box office hits (.65 billion and #2 behind Avengers: Endgame), but Disney s Aladdin also did extremely well, topping billion worldwide. We have not heard about plans for a Lion King sequel (and there certainly were sequels and prequels to the original film), but that s exactly what happened for Aladdin this week. Despite its box office success, Aladdin has a Rotten Tomatometer score at 57%, which might help to explain why Disney has hired a new pair of screenwriters for the sequel, and there s no word yet about director Guy Ritchie returning. The new writers are John Gatins (Power Rangers, Real Steel) and Andrea Berloff (World Trade Center; co-writer of Straight Outta Compton), but their credits only give us tiny hints at what their Aladdin sequel could be like (i.e. about as much as you could tell about Aladdin by looking at the credits of director Guy Ritchie). Not much has been revealed about the Aladdin sequel, except that it won t be a Disney Plus title, and it won t be an adaptation of any of the 1990s direct-to-video sequels.Other Top Headlines1. NEW VIDEO SHOWS OFF THE COSTUME AND MUSIC OF NEXT YEAR S THE BATMAN (Photo by Matt Reeves)We are over 16 months away from the release in the summer of 2021 of The Batman (6/25/2021), the reboot of DC Comics most popular superhero to introduce Robert Pattinson (Twilight, The Lighthouse) as our new Bruce Wayne. Even though the movie is that far away, director Matt Reeves (Cloverfield, War for the Planet of the Apes) this week released a video described as camera test footage  that shows off both the new Batman costume and also some of the new musical theme from composer Michael Giacchino (LOST, Star Trek, Avengers: Endgame). Curiously, Reeves chose to show us the new Batman costume bathed in a dark red lighting, which also inspired comparisons to the costume from Netflix s Daredevil (even if it won t actually be red). It s very possible that the reason the costume preview came out this week is that Reeves will soon be starting the exterior filming of The Batman, at which point we probably will be getting set photos of Pattinson as The Batman anyway (in addition to Zoe Kravitz as Catwoman, Paul Dano as the Riddler, and Colin Farrell as the Penguin).2. MARGOT ROBBIE AND MICHAEL B. JORDAN JOIN CHRISTIAN BALE IN NEW DAVID O. RUSSELL FILM(Photo by Elizabeth Goodenough, JA/Everett Collection)There have been so many superhero movies in recent years that we re increasingly at a point where there are nearly more major stars who have been in them than those who haven t. So, for example, the new movie from David O. Russell (American Hustle, Silver Linings Playbook) has three big stars, and they re The Dark Knight, Killmonger from Black Panther, and Harley Quinn. Christian Bale was the first to sign on for Russell s untitled new film (formerly titled Amsterdam), and this week gave us two of his co-stars, both within a few hours of each other. First up was Margot Robbie, the star of last week s Birds of Prey, who landed the female lead that had formerly had been speculated as a possible role for frequent Russell collaborator Jennifer Lawrence. The Robbie announcement was quickly followed on Wednesday by Michael B. Jordan, who is taking a role for which Jamie Foxx had previously been rumored as a frontrunner. David O. Russell is keeping the premise secret, but it s described as being about an unlikely partnership between a doctor and a lawyer.3. LIN-MANUEL MIRANDA SAYS DISNEY WILL PROBABLY MUTE HAMILTON SWEARS (Photo by Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images)It may not have been immediately obvious, but there was one awkward element in the news last week that Walt Disney Pictures would be releasing a filmed version of the Broadway hit Hamilton in theaters next year (10/15/2021). That awkward detail is the language of some of the dialogue, which includes what we will delicately call F bombs. The sticky issue here is that Disney has a self-described policy of PG-13-and-under ratings, which the repeated use of the F word would seem buck against (the MPAA does sometimes allow that word to be used once in a film and retain its PG-13 rating). So, Lin-Manuel Miranda was asked by a New York Times reporter this week about how Disney is going to reconcile the language issue, and he confirmed that, if we have to mute a word here or there to reach the largest audience possible, I m OK with that, because your kids already have the original language memorized. One possibility is that perhaps Disney will use some sort of sound effect (like a drum beat or a cymbal clang) that will blur the language without specifically using a bleep sound or an over obvious muting sound effect.4. OLYMPIC TRUE STORIES FROM OLIVIA WILDE AND ZOE SALDANA IN THE WORKS (Photo by Elizabeth Goodenough/Everett Collection)Sometimes two completely different movie stories will come out in the same week that have remarkably similar themes. This week, it was biopics about female Olympic athletes.  One of them will be called Perfect, which will be an adaptation of the book Landing on My Feet: A Diary of Dreams, co-written by 1990s Olympic gymnast Kerri Strug, about her struggle at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta (also the setting of last year s Richard Jewell). The adaptation of Strug s book will be directed by actress-turned-director Olivia Wilde, who made her debut last year with Booksmart (Certified Fresh at 97%). It s not yet known if the Kerri Strug biopic will be Olivia Wilde s next film as director. The other Olympic movie in the news this week is Fencer, in which Zoe Saldana will star as Olympic fencer Jasmine McGlade for producer Casey Affleck.5. AMERICAN OPERA PORGY AND BESS TO BECOME MOVIE FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE 1959 Although some stories seem to get new movie adaptations ever three or four years (Peter Pan, Dracula, Robin Hood, etc.), there are others that have either never been adapted, or haven t been in several decades. One such example of that is George Gershwin s opera of love in the American South, Porgy and Bess, which previously was adapted by Otto Preminger as a movie in 1959. Mudbound director Dee Rees is now partnering with MGM for a new adaptation, which Rees will both write and direct. It s not yet known who might play either Porgy or Bess, or whether Dee Rees adaptation might shift the setting from 1920s Charleston to a more contemporary setting (or if the music will be updated). Mudbound received a Certified Fresh Tomatometer at 97% and four Academy Award nominations (Supporting Actress, Adapted Screenplay, Original Song, and Cinematography).6. HARRIET STAR CYNTHIA ERIVO TO STAR IN SCI-FI PODCAST ADAPTATION CARRIER (Photo by Eli Winston/Everett Collection)As new ways of telling stories emerge, they also eventually lead to movies being adapted from them. For example, in the last few years, we ve had both The Emoji Movie and Slenderman, based on online phenomenons. Another new form that has its origins in the Internet is the podcast, which takes many forms, but there are some that actually tell narrative stories. Cynthia Erivo, who starred in last year s Harriet, played one of the characters in the sci-fi podcast Carrier, and she is now attached to reprise her role as a truck driver in a movie adaptation. Carrier will be produced by Steven Spielberg s Amblin Partners, which recently co-produced both 1917 and Dark Waters.7. AWKWAFINA TO DEPICT A REAL LIFE PROFESSIONAL GAMBLER IN THE BACCARAT MACHINE(Photo by Dee Cercone/Everett Collection)In the United States, there are many popular casino games (blackjack, roulette, craps), but one that is less popular is baccarat, which most Americans probably know only as the game James Bond likes to play. Baccarat s pop culture reputation may soon get a bump thanks to Awkwafina, who is now attached to star as real-life professional gambler Cheung Yin Kelly Sun in a biopic called The Baccarat Machine. Despite that title, one game that might actually be depicted as much (or more) is poker, because the story will reportedly depict Sun s unlikely partership with legendary poker player Phil Ivey. 8. RICK MORANIS TO COME OUT OF RETIREMENT FOR JOSH GAD S SEQUEL SHRUNK (Photo by Buena Vista Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)If you re a fan of Ghostbusters, you might already know that Rick Moranis has famously been something of a recluse for many years now, and has frequently turned down opportunities to return to franchises like Ghostbusters. So, when the news broke out last year that Josh Gad was attached to star in Shrunk, a sequel and/or reboot of the popular Honey, I Shrunk the Kids franchise, one might have been tempted to theorize about who might be cast in the role originally played by Moranis. One need not fan-cast such a replacement, it turns out, because Disney worked their magic and got Moranis to return in a supporting role to Josh Gad s character as his scientist son. There had been some online speculation that Shrunk might be a Disney Plus project, but it was also confirmed this week to be a planned theatrical release.9. THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE TO GET REMADE YET AGAINThere seems to be something about classic slasher franchises from the 1970s and 1980s that lends them to being rebooted or remade multiple times. For some higher profile examples, the Halloween franchise was soft-rebooted in 2018 after having already been rebooted by Rob Zombie in 2007, and a similar reboot is in the works for Friday the 13th. Another slasher franchise that already has a particular confusing filmography to decipher is The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, which has what are described as both a remake series (2003 and 2006) and an alternate series (the more recent films from 2013 and 2017). Legendary Pictures, the company behind monster reboots like Godzilla and Kong: Skull Island, is now developing a reboot of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre to be directed by Ryan and Andy Tohill, who made their feature film debuts in 2018 with the indie film The Dig (Fresh at 73%). This latest reboot will be produced by Fede Alvarez (the director of Don t Breathe), who described their version as, violent, exciting, and so depraved it will stay with you forever. Tobe Hooper s original 1974 film is Certified Fresh at 88%, but the other later films are all Rotten.

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4.31.6 9月喜迎(Photo by JSquared Photography/The CW)In 2011, as Smallville came to an end, The CW began developing a show centered on another comic book hero: Green Arrow. The Golden Age DC Comics character came to prominence thanks to the Superman prequel series and actor Justin Hartley. But in a shock to Hartley and Smallville fans, the network decided against making the series a spin-off. Instead, it turned to producer Greg Berlanti and his team to build a completely new show. The result was Arrow, a darker take on the character — now played by Stephen Amell — that set out to tell his origin story via flashbacks while also charting Oliver Queen s first few years as a hero. It would touch on certain hero milestones while also, eventually, introducing a sprawling world of characters.With the announcement that Arrow s upcoming seventh season will be its last, here s a look back at the way Arrow changed the landscape of superhero television.1. It Changed the Tone of Action(Photo by Robert Falconer/The CW)Don’t let Felcity Smoak’s (Emily Bett Rickards) quips fool you: Arrow was a serious show from the jump. Some might even say it was too serious. Unlike the warm dynamic of Smallville, Arrow’s Oliver Queen was a lone brooding vigilante on a crusade to kill Starling City businessmen who failed the town and its people. It was an adjustment to say the least, but it re-framed the television superhero from the kids stuff of the 20th century or the teen feel of Smallville to a grounded action show.In doing so, it upped the ante for on-screen violence and action scenes. In its first few years, the Arrow stunt team changed the way fights were shot. And while some would deny it, the hallway fights of Daredevil can be traced directly back to the work Arrow did first as it made vigilante justice look painful and real.Beyond the fights, it also tried to address Oliver’s trauma from a more realistic place. While it may not have completely succeeded in that mission, it did open the door for heroes to recognize their faults in more compelling ways.2. It Showcased Characters from Deep Within the Library(Photo by Katie Yu/The CW)While Smallville pulled Green Arrow out of relative obscurity, Arrow excelled at showcasing lesser-known characters from the DC Comics library. Felicity, for example, was so obscure that her creator was surprised to see her on a TV show (and DC eventually compensated him for using the character). While not a one-to-one match of the original Felicity Smoak, she proved deep pulls from the library could make the series richer. Just imagine what the show would be like without Felicity bringing some levity to the deep-voiced seriousness of Ollie and John Diggle (David Ramsey).In the beginning, executive producer Marc Guggenheim said his strategy was to break a story first and see if a character in the library could compliment it. This led to early appearances by the Royal Flush Gang, the Huntress, Deathstroke, Shado, and Wintergreen. In the second season, the writers confidence in the format grew with Bronze Tiger (Michael Jai White) and Brother Blood (Kevin Alejandro) recurring throughout the year. That season also saw the debut of Barry Allen (Grant Gustin), a character we ll come back to in a bit.As the seasons rolled on, characters like Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh), Vigilante (Johann Urb), Ragman (Joe Dinicol), Wild Dog (Rick Gonzalez), Mr. Terrific (Echo Kellum), and even John Constantine (Matt Ryan) made appearances or became integral parts of the show.OK, so John Constantine is pretty famous in his own right, but the point still stands: Arrow proved obscure characters could shine if given the right showcase.3. It Proved a TV Universe Could Work(Photo by The CW)Integrating obscure characters helped Arrow pull off an important feat for a single television series: It created a sprawling TV universe. Sure, the heyday of NBC s Must-See TV saw different crossover variations (characters would appear on one another’s shows, or events — like, say, a blackout — would affect each show on a given evening). But a real, consistent sense of continuing unity between shows was practically unheard of for a variety of reasons.Then Barry Allen guest starred on Arrow. The plan was in place before Gustin was even cast — Berlanti and The CW wanted a Flash show, and what better way to introduce the character than by featuring him on Arrow? It worked, of course, with The Flash joining Arrow on the network schedule during Arrow’s third season. That year also marked the inaugural (and now annual) crossover. But more connections spilled out from the crossover. The Flash’s Cisco Ramon (Carlos Valdes) helped Team Arrow redefine and upgrade their tech. Characters from both shows wound up as leads on DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, meaning certain events on one show would become key parts of another, like how the death of Laurel Lance (Katie Cassidy) affected Legends  Sara Lance’s (Caity Lotz).A recent episode of The Flash is also a prime example: A.R.G.U.S. director Lyla Michaels (Audrey Marie Anderson), a recurring character on Arrow, was featured throughout the Flash episode since the storyline involved A.R.G.U.S. asset King Shark. The Flash made no attempt to introduce Lyla as a new element because longtime viewers know the relationship between A.R.G.U.S. and The Flash’s S.T.A.R. Labs. It is the sort of complexity TV networks would have balked at just eight years ago, but Arrow proved characters can move between shows without confusing the viewer.4. It Codified the Support Team(Photo by Daniel Power/The CW)While there are precursors to Felicity’s role as Overwatch — Oracle on Birds of Prey, for example — the notion of “the man in the chair” and the support team really evolved on Arrow. In its earliest episodes, Oliver operated alone before finally letting Dig — who was his bodyguard at the time — in on his secret. A few episodes later, Felicity joined the team and forever changed the dynamic of superheroes on television by giving them support teams.Sure, Clark had his parents and a few friends to advise him or help with investigations on Smallville, but Team Arrow was something different. And as a consequence, every subsequent Berlanti-produced superhero show — and some not produced by his company — developed the support team from the start. Look at S.T.A.R. Labs and the way the communication between the Flash and the Cortex evolved from the earpieces Oliver and Diggle used to keep in contact with Felicity. The constant, immediate communication between the hero and “the man in the chair” is now an integral part of the TV superhero grammar.It is such an ingrained aspect of the superhero genre at this point that series like Jessica Jones and films like Spider-Man: Homecoming poke fun at it. But the support team makes perfect sense, as television is very much a communal medium. Lone heroes always end up cultivating a community, so why not acknowledge it early and make it a key feature of the show? It took Arrow finding its way to the man in the chair” organically to prove superheroes on television need a family as quickly as possible.5. It Gave Us John Diggle(Photo by Diyah Pera/The CW)For all the ways it imported elements from the comics and made those things work, Arrow also contributed one incredible new idea to the lore: John Diggle. First Oliver’s bodyguard (although that didn’t last too long), the man is more his brother at this point than anything else. He was even the first person to put on the hood after Oliver. Named, in part, after Green Arrow: Year One writer Andy Diggle, John lived a full life well before the series began, and many of his storylines revolve around confronting his past. Sometimes it works out, like his second marriage to Lyla. Other times, like with his brother Andy (Eugene Byrd), it leads to new wounds and a lot of soul searching. Diggle has been Oliver’s conscience, a clear moral center for all the members of Team Arrow, and the one person who will never get used to superpowers in the larger realm of the Arrowverse. (His inability to keep from vomiting whenever Barry speeds him to a new location is a great running joke.)And because he became such a key part of Arrow’s dynamic, DC Comics introduced its own version of John Diggle in 2013’s Green Arrow #24. While some aspects of the character are different, the comic book Diggle was also the first to learn of Oliver’s nighttime occupation. The two worked together for a time, but their relationship is more fractious than their television counterparts — which is incredible considering Diggle’s departures from Team Arrow and that drag-down fight he and Ollie had a season ago.But Diggle’s continued presence on the show proves a television series based on a comic book can offer the source material something worthwhile. It happened before with Harley Quinn and Renee Montoya from Batman: The Animated Series, but Dig is the live-action test case for the same phenomenon. Also, he s just a really great character.While there s still plenty of new Arrow ahead thanks to the remainder of the seventh season and the entirety of the final 10-episode eighth season, reflecting on these groundbreaking aspects of the show is a reminder of the series lasting impact — and can provide insight into how the series will reflect on its own legacy as the show heads toward a definitive conclusion.
(Photo by New Line Productions)“Know Your Critic” is a column in which we interview Tomatometer-approved critics about their screening and reviewing habits, pet peeves, and personal favorites.Bilge Ebiri’s interest and diverse taste in film started early. He grew up watching movies that could easily be classified as “movies aimed at kids” – such as Peter Pan and Pete’s Dragon – but he also saw a number of highly stylized and psychologically weighty movies, too, from Apocalypse Now and Aliens to The Deer Hunter.“I was watching spaghetti westerns from a very young age, I think from third or fourth grade on,” he told Rotten Tomatoes.The movie he’s seen more than any other is A Fistful of Dollars, a Sergio Leone spaghetti western starring Clint Eastwood: “For a while, every day I would come home and just watch my Betamax of A Fistful of Dollars and eat ice cream,” Ebiri says. “I was a latchkey child, so I was just at home doing this by myself while my parents were at work.”Now, he is excited by Gina Prince-Bythewood’s films (which he believes deserve greater recognition), and intrigued by the works of Lars von Trier (“He s certainly made bad movies, but he s never not made an interesting movie,” he says) and Zhang Yimou, some of which Ebiri considers “eternal masterpieces” while others are “middling. “The legacy of auteurism is that even filmmakers who don t necessarily always make a great film, if they re a great filmmaker, they ll always make an interesting film,” Ebiri says.Bilge Ebiri is a movie critic at Vulture and former lead critic at Village Voice. His reviews have been published in the New York Times and Rolling Stone, among others.What do you think makes a good movie?Oh, I can t answer that. It s all sorts of things. Anything I say would be wrong.There s not a one-size-fits-all model.There are certain things that make one movie good, and then those same things can make another movie bad. There s no way to answer that question without talking about a specific movie.An example, I was just talking about this with somebody the other day, the Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit movies. I love the Lord of the Rings movies. I despise The Hobbit movies. A lot of the things that make the Lord of the Rings movies so special are the things that make The Hobbit movies, for me, unbearable.What do you think is the biggest misconception about critics?There are two misconceptions about critics and they re slightly at odds with each other. One of them is, Well, all you have to do is watch movies, what a cushy job you have. And the other one is, Do you even like movies? Both of these misconceptions are wrong, and they re wrong in different ways.I think critics would love to spend all their time watching movies, but the truth is, you don t. Often, you re usually writing or you re researching or dealing with publicists or dealing with all sorts of other things. And only a very small part of your day, if you re lucky, is spent watching movies…And as far as not enjoying movies – different critics are different obviously, but I think most critics, when they go into a film, are looking forward to it. Sometimes you can enjoy the time you have at a movie without necessarily enjoying the movie or without necessarily thinking the movie is all that great. That s why so many of us love the theatrical experience, even after all that – because in the end, we love the experience of seeing the movie, even if the movie itself isn t great.Who is an up-and-coming critic that you want people to check out? “Up-and-coming” is also obviously up for interpretation.That s the thing that I m struggling with because I m 47 years old. A lot of people are up and coming to me even though they ve been doing this for a long time…Monica Castillo is a critic I really like and she s a friend. And she s been around for a while. I don t think of her as a newbie or anything like that, but she s younger and she s somebody who I feel deserves to write more and be better known.
They say good things come to those who wait, and for fans of Eddie Murphy classic Coming to America their considerable patience is about to be rewarded. Coming 2 America, the three-decades-later sequel to that pop-culture phenom, arrives on Amazon Prime Video this March and sees Murphy back as King Akeem, joined again by Arsenio Hall (as Semmi) and a slew of newcomers to Zamunda – and Queens! – in the form of Jermaine Fowler (as Akeem’s surprise heir apparent), Tracy Morgan (as the heir’s New York uncle), and Wesley Snipes as the evil and flamboyant General Izzi. Ahead of the movie’s release, Rotten Tomatoes’ Jacqueline Coley sat for extended chats with Murphy and Hall, Snipes, Morgan, and Fowler, as well as cast members Nomzano Mbatha, Akiley Love, and Bella Murphy (who got to work with dad), to talk about coming back to America and Zamunda, the long-lasting cultural impact of the original film, the chance to work with your idols, and the incredible talents of costume designer Ruth E. Carter. Plus, Murphy shares the moment in makeup that it became all too much for Hall and Fowler reveals the one person on set who couldn’t keep it together.Coming 2 America is available on Amazon Prime Video from Friday March 5, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

(Photo by Universal / courtesy Everett Collection)20 Movies To Watch If You Loved The Invisible ManIf you re looking for more movies like The Invisible Man, surprise: We ve got a few recommendations! To get it out of the way, yep, The Invisible Man is a new entry in the Universal Classic Monster franchise. It was the first cinematic universe, kicking off way back in the 20s. (The 1920s and not, you know, our 20s.) Dracula, the Wolfman, Frankenstein s monster, the Mummy are all part of this motley crew, including the Invisible Man, who had six previous movies. This new Invisible Man is notable for its departure from formula by framing the story from the victim s perspective, but we re including these original six Universal Monster movies here for historical context. And, hell, let s throw in the other famous hard-to-see creep, Hollow Man, as a reminder that for decades, this is all we had in the invisible jerk subgenre.2020 s The Invisible Man, besides being a cracking horror/thriller, has also captured the zeitgeist for Moss Cecilia character and her plight. Cecilia flees a violent relationship, only to be tormented and trapped by her abuser, and made to look crazy in the eyes of friends and family. This is a form of gaslighting, a term specifically derived from 1944 s Gaslight, a psychological thriller starring Ingrid Bergman as a wife manipulated by her husband into thinking she s going insane. 1955 s Diabolique is probably the best of this type of story, though shout-out to Satoshi Kon s Perfect Blue, and even Scream, once you arrive at its endgame revelations. Black Swan, High Tension, and Girl, Interrupted are also worth watching through the lens of female-driven stories with shifty narratives.Invisible Man has drawn high marks for its use of negative space, which forces viewers to search through seemingly banal shots for hidden terrors, drumming up considerable dread and paranoia. It Follows  about a malevolent entity taking the shape of humans, often depicted shuffling in backgrounds is a previous horror phenomenon that similarly uses negative space to maximum effect.Audiences may also be impressed by Invisible Man s stylish presentation. Writer/director Leigh Whannell had already made a name for himself in horror by co-creating the Saw series (he s also one of the leads in the first movie). But his 2018 cyberpunk/body horror/action effort Upgrade represented a dramatic creative leap forward for him. It s fun to see Whannell apply Upgrade s style towards the world of The Invisible Man.And, of course, there s Elisabeth Moss, who first came to public attention with The West Wing, Mad Men, and then in the inescapable The Handmaid s Tale. But Moss has been acting in film since the early 90s (who can forget her as little girl in Suburban Commando?) and her most notable movie work is of the last few years: 2014 s The One I Love (witness her in a slightly happier relationship, before it turns sci-fi bizarre), psychological thriller Queen of Earth, and 2019 acting showcase Her Smell.
The bestselling video game franchise Resident Evil already has a major film franchise, but the story is now being mined for TV in a Netflix series. Also headed to the small screen: a charity special that reunites the cast of The West Wing for a reading of the famous  Hartsfield s Landing episode. HBO has added a slew of famous faces to new projects Between the World and Me and Equal. Learn about these and more casting, development and trailer news that happened in TV this week.TOP STORYNetflix Orders Resident Evil SeriesStep aside Walking Dead. One of the most popular, best-selling survival horror video games of all time, Resident Evil, is getting a scripted animated series adaptation at Netflix (and no, it won t be related to Paul W. S. Anderson s Milla Jovovich movies). The streaming service has teamed up with Capcom to bring the story, set in two different timelines, to your screen. In the first timeline, 14-year-old sisters Jade and Billie Wesker are moved to New Raccoon City. A manufactured, corporate town, forced on them right as adolescence is in full swing. But the more time they spend there, the more they come to realize that the town is more than it seems and their father may be concealing dark secrets. Secrets that could destroy the world, reads the official description. Cut to the second timeline, well over a decade into the future: there are less than 15 million people left on Earth. And more than six billion monsters — people and animals infected with the T-virus. Jade, now 30, struggles to survive in this New World, while the secrets from her past — about her sister, her father and herself — continue to haunt her. Former Supernatural showrunner Andrew Dabb will be at the helm of the new series, and fans need not worry because Resident Evil is his favorite game of all time. For every type of Resident Evil fan, including those joining us for the first time, the series will be complete with a lot of old friends, and some things (bloodthirsty, insane things) people have never seen before,  Dabb said in a statement.The West Wing Cast Reuniting for New Special(Photo by NBC)Aaron Sorkin and his West Wing cast are reuniting for a very good cause: The creative team from the long-running political drama, which ended in 2006 after seven seasons, have teamed up with Michelle Obama for a fundraiser in support of When We All Vote. The non-profit, non-partisan organization, co-chaired by the former First Lady, was founded to increase participation in every election in America.A West Wing Special to Benefit When We All Vote, directed by Thomas Schlamme, will see Rob Lowe, Dulé Hill, Allison Janney, Janel Moloney, Richard Schiff, Bradley Whitford and Martin Sheen perform a staged reading of the episode Hartsfield s Landing as well as a special message from Obama, plus additional cast members and special guests from the worlds of public service and the arts. It ll film over multiple days in October at the Orpheum Theatre in Downtown Los Angeles. WarnerMedia will also make a donation to the organization.New Trailers: Netflix Is Making The WitcherThe second season of The Witcher is currently filming in Europe, but that doesn t mean you have to wait until 2021 for new Witcher content. Netflix has released a trailer for its new behind-the-scenes documentary Making The Witcher, which provides 32 minutes of star Henry Cavill and the other people responsible for the visual effects, fight choreography, and more. It s available to watch on Netflix now.More trailers and teasers released this week:Millie Bobby Brown plays Sherlock s teenage little sister in Enola Holmes, the new Netflix movie that premieres Sept. 23.A new trailer for Raised By Wolves, the HBO Max sci-fi series from Ridley Scott, features new footage and premieres Sept. 3 on the streaming service.Peacock s latest British import is the alternate history drama Noughts + Crosses, which premieres Sept. 4.Tom Wolfe s astronaut history The Right Stuff gets a TV series adaptation in the new drama from National Geographic, premiering October 9 on Disney+.Netflix limited series The Queen s Gambit, about a young chess prodigy, premieres Oct. 23.For all the latest TV and streaming trailers, subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel.Casting: Big Mouth Finds Its New MissyComedian Ayo Edebiri will be the new voice of Missy on Netflix s animated coming-of-age comedy Big Mouth. The biracial character has been voiced by Jenny Slate since season one, but Edebiri will take over in the penultimate episode of the upcoming fourth season as Missy continues to evolve. Edebiri has also joined the writer s room for season five. Big Mouth s fourth season will premiere this fall, and the series has already been renewed by Netflix through season six.HBO has added more than a half dozen new performers to the cast of its adaptation of Between the World and Me: Emmy winner Jharrel Jerome, Marc Bamuthi Joseph, Janet Mock, Jason Moran, Wendell Pierce, Mj Rodriguez, Kendrick Sampson, Yara Shahidi, and Michelle Wilson are joining the previously announced cast of Angela Bassett, Alicia Garza, Joe Morton, Phylicia Rashad, Tariq “Black Thought” Trotter, Courtney B. Vance, Pauletta Washington, Susan Kelechi Watson and Oprah Winfrey. The production is based on the critically acclaimed stage show that adapts Ta-Nehisi Coates No. 1 New York Times-bestseller of the same name.Luke Cage has a new gig: Mike Colter, formerly known as the Marvel superhero and more recently seen starring in CBS s Evil, appears in Jenji Kohan s remotely produced pandemic anthology series Social Distance alongside Danielle Brooks (Orange Is the New Black), Asante Blackk (When They See Us), Daphne Rubin-Vega (In the Heights), Okieriete Onaodowan (Hamilton), Peter Scanavino (Law Order: SVU), Guillermo Diaz (Scandal), Becky Ann Baker (Girls) and Dylan Baker (The Good Wife), and Oscar Nunez (The Office). The cast members filmed themselves from home, and some of their real-life family members will star alongside them.The HBO docuseries Equal has hired Cheyenne Jackson, Anthony Rapp, Shannon Purser, Heather Matarazzo, Jamie Clayton, Isis King, Samira Wiley, Gale Harold, and more to play trailblazing LGBTQ+ icons.Mary McCormack is joining former Arrow star Stephen Amell in the Starz wrestling drama Heels. She ll play Willie, the business partner of Jack Spade (Amell) and the brains behind the local wrestling organization that she helps run.This Is Us star Justin Hartley will play both star and executive producer in The Noel Diary, a film adaptation of Richard Paul Evans’ 2017 novel. He ll be joined in the Netflix drama by Bonnie Bedelia and Treat Williams.Production Development: NBC Scores Tiger King-Inspired Scripted Series Joe Exotic(Photo by Netflix)A scripted series based on the unbelievable-but-true story documented in Tiger King is officially headed to NBC: Kate McKinnon will play wildlife enthusiast Carole Baskin in Joe Exotic, based not on the wildly popular Netflix docuseries (pictured), but the Wondery podcast of the same name.Keira Knightley is trying her hand at TV, starring in and executive producing the Apple TV+ series The Essex Serpent. The period drama is based on Sarah Perry’s bestselling novel of the same name. The series follows newly widowed Cora (Knightley) who, having being released from an abusive marriage, relocates from Victorian London to the small village of Aldwinter in Essex, intrigued by a local superstition that a mythical creature known as the Essex Serpent has returned to the area.Iconic animated series The Powerpuff Girls is getting a live-action adaptation: Mega-producer Greg Berlanti has teamed up with Diablo Cody to develop a continuation of the story featuring the titular superheroes as jaded, disillusioned twentysomethings who resent that they essentially lost their child hood to fighting crime. But when the world needs them more than ever, will they push past their ill feelings and reunite?Fox is doubling down on its musical reality series this fall: The network is pairing its hit The Masked Singer with a brand new series called I Can See Your Voice. Hosted by Ken Jeong, who will sit on a panel alongside actresses Cheryl Hines and Adrienne Bailon-Houghton, the judges will be joined by a rotating panel of celebrity detectives to help each contestant try to figure out whether someone is a good or a bad singer without ever hearing them sing a note. Using clues, interrogation, and lip sync challenges, the contestant will ultimately choose one person who will then duet with a musician to reveal their true skills. It will premiere on Wednesday, Sept. 23 after the fourth season premiere of The Masked Singer.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.Correction: A previous version of this story stated that Netflix s Resident Evil series would be live action; however, it is animated.
Hans Zimmer is one of just a handful of working movie music composers who can genuinely be called a household name. And no wonder: German-born Zimmer created the memorable scores for movies like Gladiator, The Dark Knight, and – Bwoaaaah! – Inception. Perhaps most famously, he composed the music for Disney s The Lion King, which was the first animated feature he had worked on (he would go on to compose scores for The Prince of Egypt, Madagascar, and more). Working closely with Lebo M., the South African artist whose voice many will know from the The Lion King s iconic opening chant, Zimmer created music for the Disney classic that terrified us as wildebeest stampeded through a canyon and moved us as a young lion stared at his own reflection and discovered a king staring back at him. It also nabbed him his first, and so far only, Academy Award. Zimmer recently returned to the story of Simba, Mufasa, Nala, and the rest of the Pride Lands characters for Jon Favreau s new take on The Lion King. Here Zimmer reveals what drew him back to the story, why he hesitated at first, and what s changed in the 25 years since the animated film s release.Joel Meares for Rotten Tomatoes: Someone I saw this movie with turned to me at the beginning and said, If I don t cry during the stampede, it will mean Hans hasn t done his job.” When I saw her at the end, she was bawling. So, I wanted to know how did you approach that particular scene the second time around?Hans Zimmer: Cautiously. If you think that was a dangerous comment, my oldest daughter who I d written the original movie s [music] for in the first place 25 years ago, she was still saying to me, Dad, you better not make a mess of this one. All the themes that I wrote all those years ago – I didn t know how to do animation [at the time] – so all the themes are slightly too epic and slightly too big, and they needed that little bit more space and that little bit more breath to really resonate. I mean, especially the stampede and its aftermath, I can t even put into words, you know, the benefit from having more space. More breathing room. More chance to battle. More chance to focus on the protagonist. More chance to focusing on the story.(Photo by ©Buena Vista Pictures/Courtesy Everett Collection)Rotten Tomatoes: You said that your daughter said, Don t make of a mess of it. Did you yourself have any personal hesitation about coming back to a project that you haven t worked on for a very long time and that was so beloved – and was kind of perfect already?Zimmer: Well, “kind of perfect,” I never think about things like that. But “loved,” yes. I had a very short conversation with Jon [Favreau], which basically went him saying, Come down, let me show you something. And that was 100 percent committing. I went down. He put me in a black room, showed me [footage of the film’s opening]. It completely and utterly surprised me and moved me, even though I sort of knew what to expect. And we look at it differently than we looked at it 25 years ago. I mean, we truly do. I ve spent now quite a bit of time working with Sir David Attenborough. So partly, I was looking at it from the sense of where s the world heading? It felt like I was on a slightly different mission. It was, even if the story is the same, the world has changed, so the meaning of the story has changed.Rotten Tomatoes: In terms of what was practically involved with producing the score, how did you approach it differently from the first time? Zimmer: In the last 30 years… Usually, I never leave a dark windowless room, but eventually I did, and eventually I got onto a stage, and eventually I – despite stage fright – I started playing things live. And I did Lion King at the Coachella festival, and performing it, and watching the reaction of an audience and performing it, it was like these amazing musicians that I now have access to, made me realize that this isn t a normal film score. We can do this as a performance. In a normal film score, the orchestra or the players never know why they are playing the notes, because they don t know the story. Everybody knew the story [this time]. So I managed to get a commitment that was just extraordinary, and the performance, and I made it all about the performance. I think for a movie that relies that much on technology, there s a sense of improvisation and a sense of performance in this movie, far more than the original one. And a sense of humanity in the story. Everything is slightly paradox, but I think that s what gives it its great strength.(Photo by Courtesy Everett Collection)Rotten Tomatoes: And so you performed everything on the score live with an orchestra?Zimmer: Yeah. I mean, I said to Jon and everybody at Disney, Can I do this? Can I try this experiment?” You know, I had 102 people in the room. We re just going to rehearse. We re just really going to get it under our fingers, and then we re just going to go and do the whole movie for a couple of days. And don t worry about wrong notes. Next time around, we ll probably figure it out. It truly was exciting. And that s what I was trying to do, is get the authenticity of really hearing the musicians.Rotten Tomatoes: When you originally wrote the music for the stampede scene, the track To Die For in the original and new score, were you drawing from compositions or scores that you had heard before? What inspired the musical moment there?Zimmer: Not really. I mean, I ll tell you what I did draw from. It s just my childhood memories of listening to Mozart. It s like I was always slightly worried about this idea that as a German, you re sort of pillaging the culture of Africa. So one of the things I did on the first one, and I ve before with Lebo M., it s like I kept saying, I m a German, so I m going to write with a German accent, just the way we re speaking now. And let me go and take this into Africa and give it to Africa, and let them just respond with their culture, and see what happens where the two cultures collide, if another new thing can come out of it. So I think that s really part of the strength of the score.(Photo by © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Rotten Tomatoes: What was it like to work with Lebo M. again on the score? Had you worked together much in the intervening years?Zimmer: Yes. We had worked on a couple of movies nobody went to see (, and we did touring together. Africa s always been important to this world, and at the same time, it s like it needs more respect. It needs more love. And Lebo s been touring with me, so we have been doing Lion King, bits and pieces of it live. Yes, we ve been comrades in arms for a long time, you know? And he s been sort of the guardian of the musical. Because he s really great at casting this thing. That sort of stuff. He s been looking after our legacy in a much more profound way than I have.So, your daughter: Has she seen the film? Did she say whether you screwed it up?Zimmer: No, but there is something which has puzzled everybody at Disney. They let me have a lot of tickets for the London premiere, and I sent them all back, and I said, I only want two tickets, because I want it to be a father-daughter date.  I hope she s still going to be speaking to me afterwards. Simple as that. But it s just going to be the two of us.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.The Lion King is in theaters July 19.
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bob88体育平台登录 The first appearance of DC Comics Doom Patrol advertised the ragtag group as the world s strangest heroes. More than half a century later, those misfits have their own series on the DC Universe streaming service, Doom Patrol.Premiering February 15, the series follows a group of very unusual characters — a human brain contained in a robot body, a former actress with the ability to stretch her body into impossible shapes, a horribly burned pilot containing an electromagnetic force, and a paraplegic genius who brings them together — as they begrudgingly embark on a mission to stop the supervillain Mr. Nobody from plunging the world into a fit of absurd madness. They re all weird, confirmed Timothy Dalton, who plays the group s de facto leader, Dr. Niles Caulder. Also known as The Chief, Caulder is an avid collector of odd personalities.“He s obviously got a very particular kind of personality; it s a rich and complex personality,” Dalton told Rotten Tomatoes. “But he might be the sanest one of the lot — or the most normal at times.”(Photo by Jace Downs / 2018 Warner Bros Entertainment Inc.)While the Doom Patrol cast was previously introduced in an episode of DC Universe s first live-action series, Titans, the characters made their first appearance in the DC Comics anthology My Greatest Adventure in 1963. The low-selling series was in danger of cancellation when writer Arnold Drake was tasked with creating a new lead feature that could potentially save the title. Drake, fellow writer Bob Haney, and artist Bruno Premiani assembled the group of very unusual characters he dubbed collectively the Doom Patrol, which were advertised on the cover of My Greatest Adventure #80 as the world s strangest heroes. Now, 56 years later, their creations are leading their own TV series, which is based on Drake, Haney, and Premiani s work and later comic book stories by Grant Morrison, Richard Case, and a number of other artists.Robotman, Negative Man, Elasti-Woman, Crazy Jane, and new recruit Cyborg are led by the Chief, whose keen analytical mind and mechanical prowess was able to save the brain of Cliff Steele (Brendan Fraser), a race car driver from the 1980s who survived a terrible accident only through The Chief’s intervention. While Cliff is still alive, the fact that he is trapped in a mechanical body means he s without his five senses or full range of emotions — and without his full identity.“Hubris got the best of this narcissistic daredevil race car driver who cheated in more than one way,” Fraser told RT.But in cheating death, Cliff also became Robotman, a person only partially aware of Cliff’s life as the series begins. According to Fraser, there is a clear delineation between Cliff and Robotman that will be explored as the series progresses.“He needs to learn to be a better human being than he ever was in a human body,” Fraser explained. “And he can only do that by being trapped in this mechanical creature.”(Photo by Quantrell D. Colbert / 2018 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.)The nature of Cliff s confinement, and that of fellow Doom Patrol member Larry Trainor (Matt Bomer), is obvious from their lack of human faces — Cliff’s robot face cannot mimic expression; while Larry, the former test pilot, hides his badly burned visage behind bandages — but another longtime resident of The Chief’s home uses a very different mask to hide her internal prison. The third member of the group, Rita Farr (April Bowlby), was an actress in the Hollywood studios of the 1950s. But an on-set accident turned her into a blob of stretchy gelatinous flesh that she struggles to keep in lockstep with the celluloid memory of her more glamorous appearance. While it may seem narcissistic on its surface, Bowlby said the underlying nature of her character s identity crisis makes her all the stranger.“I think she pushes people away, but all she really wants is people to love her,” Bowlby said. “She s surrounded by old memorabilia of herself, obsessed with herself, and then doesn t understand why other people aren t.”Also strange for Bowlby was creating two different versions of Rita. One appeared in an episode of DC Universe’s Titans last October, but the other is the one audiences meet on Doom Patrol.“Rita [on Titans] was, I felt, very loving and kind, almost like a 50s housewife,” Bowlby said. But when Jeremy Carver came on board to develop Doom Patrol into its own television show, he decided to rethink the characters and set it apart from Titans entirely. Bowlby abandoned the motherly Rita in favor of the one she read in Carver’s first script.“She s crippled emotionally,” she said of the revised character. “And she likes to protect herself from people and being outside in the world.”(Photo by Jace Downs / 2018 Warner Bros Entertainment Inc.)The sense that she must protect herself from the world and protect the world from her abilities left Bowlby with the sense that Rita is not a hero.“I imagine that eventually we ll see Rita own her power, but right now it is not a power. It s a threat to her. She doesn t like it. She doesn t know how to control it,” she explained. “It s almost like she s working against even what [the Doom Patrol is] trying to do.”In fact, Fraser and Dalton both feel their characters are far from the hero archetype. Although Dalton joked that the Chief is somewhat heroic in giving the group a place to live, he added that the viewer should be “left in two minds about him” and his motivations. And as Fraser put it, Cliff is “not out to fight crime and make the world a better place like the Justice League.”But there is one character on Doom Patrol is looking to be a hero: Victor Stone, also known as Cyborg (Joivan Wade). The character may be the best known of Doom Patrol’s cast thanks to his appearances on Teen Titans, Teen Titans GO!, and in the Justice League feature film. The series honors that rich media history by envisioning him as a young man anxious to get on a big superteam like the Justice League. The survivor of a horrific accident that took the life of a close family member, Vic was rebuilt with cybernetic limbs and neural implants that offer him greatly enhanced speed, endurance and a few other abilities. With his promising football career ended by the accident, Vic is dedicated “to being that superhero and protecting people and essentially giving back,” Wade explained.“Being with the Doom Patrol is a great opportunity for him to do that and to learn,” he continued. “He gets to test out being a leader within the group and train to function within a team, which are skills he’ll need.”But even Justice League candidates can have some strangeness to them, and Wade teased a potential oddity for the Vic.“He s a computer as much as he is a human, Wade said, so having this piece of software and the cybernetics which made his body up, there is this question of, ‘Well, it s programming, isn t it?’ So based on that, how does he know what s real and what s not real?”While that leads to a question of identity, Wade is certain Vic’s desire to be a hero is genuine to the man and not his program.When it comes to identities, though, Crazy Jane (Diane Guerrero) has the market cornered. Created by Grant Morrison and Richard Case in the author s seminal 1980s run on the Doom Patrol comic book, Jane is a metahuman dealing with Dissociative Identity Disorder — and each of her 64 personalities has a superpower of its own. Jane s struggle leads to plenty of trouble at the Caulder mansion and plenty of strange happenings in the town nearby. But Guerrero said there is a very mundane and relatable aspect to Jane that viewers will connect with right away.“Her brain s never off,” she said. “That s part of the reason why some people drink or take on hobbies. It’s just to quiet the mind. Something s always constantly battling to surface.”For Jane, the battle is containing those personalities – all with their own scruples in addition to their powers.“Her job is to be steady and to be neutral and not to feel.” Guerrero said. It makes the character a hero in her eyes just be trying to manage it all.(Photo by Jace Downs / 2018 Warner Bros Entertainment Inc.)Nonetheless, less heroic personas do emerge, like Hammerhead, a super strong and extremely angry person who manifests despite Jane’s best efforts to keep the anger contained.“[Jane is] the person who has all these feelings, but doesn t want to feel too much, and Hammerhead is just is totally OK being in that space and unapologetic, Guerrero said. While the personality often makes life in the mansion worse, There are situations that present themselves where you need Hammerhead’s force and anger to sort of help you through it.”Though Hammerhead s strength can be advantageous, it may be no match for the group s principle antagonist in the the first season: Mr. Nobody. Played by Alan Tudyk, the character is an old foe of The Chief and someone against whom the five main characters must unite. While several members of the Doom Patrol cast question their status as heroes, Tudyk said Nobody is “embracing his villainy” as the series begins.“He wants to hurt Niles, so he uses everything at his disposal — and so much of the world is at his disposal — to hurt him.” Unlike the others, Nobody chose his strangeness. That decision led him to a power and an understanding of the absurdity behind the world, which means he might be able to see himself as a therapist to the group but would take “too much joy in the pain it causes.” As Tudyk explained, “He would use the information you gave him as a therapist against you.”Though Nobody s intentions may be malicious or even heroic in some absurd way, they will change the Doom Patrol forever. As Guerrero put it, “I love how these people are forced to look at themselves — to really, really look at themselves — because they ve all pretty much given up.”Said Dalton, “Their potential strengths are their downfall. They don t know how to use them in any other way than in this self-destruction, really.”In the comics, the group eventually found a way to become heroes, as the cover blurb promised. Perhaps all their television counterparts need to do is find a way to care again, embrace their strangeness, and curb their self-destructive tendencies. It would be heroic enough of an act — at least for one season.Doom Patrol launches on Friday, February 15, with new episodes released on subsequent Fridays on DC Universe.

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(Photo by National Geographic/Richard DuCree)Anyone who s heard Aretha Franklin sing could tell you she s a genius — but the third season of National Geographic s Genius, which follows the trajectory of the Queen of Soul s musical journey from childhood through the various stages of her career, pinpoints exactly how that genius manifested throughout her life.Helmed by Pulitzer Prize winner Suzan-Lori Parks, Genius: Aretha sees Emmy-, Grammy-, and Tony-winner Cynthia Erivo (one Oscar away from an EGOT) play Franklin throughout the decades of her adulthood, and newcomer Shaian Jordan play Little Re throughout her formative childhood years. And while it covers the biggest events in Franklin s life, beginning with singing in her preacher father s church (Courtney B. Vance plays C. L. Franklin) and continuing through the many evolutionary phases of her career, it s not strictly a biography. Each era in the eight-episode series, which airs in two-episode blocks over four nights from March 21-24, was specifically chosen to highlight Franklin s genius.Picking those moments wasn t too difficult a task for showrunner Parks. Say you walk outside and say I m looking for a dog; I m looking for a cat. That s what you re going to be focusing on, Parks said. So if I continually repeated to myself, We are telling Aretha Franklin s story through the lens of Genius, [it] let us focus on those moments where she demonstrated her genius as we understand it: Where she alchemized her pain into sonic gold, where she brought different peoples together for a greater good, where she created things that will endure for long past her lifetime, where she did things that people thought, You re crazy to try that, and she succeeded. I just continually focused on those moments. She has a wealth of them. What a life she lived. Read on to find out what else to know before tuning in to the season, which will land in full on Hulu on March 25, Franklin s birthday.1. Erivo Sang Live on SetBecause Franklin s voice and musical sense are so intrinsic to her genius, the actor playing the legend had to have her own musical chops. Enter multi-award winner Erivo, who thankfully has plenty of experience giving her all on a daily basis. (Have you HEARD her sing I m Here from The Color Purple? The performance that won her all those awards.) But even Erivo found certain aspects of Franklin s oeuvre particularly challenging.While recreating Franklin s live gospel album Amazing Grace, she performed an abridged version of Franklin s take on Never Grown Old. Aretha has this beautiful way of being able to sing a phrase that should be eight beats long and make it 16, and stretch it out with the breath that she takes, Erivo explained. There s something about getting into a song that feels really challenging because finally you can let go of the semantics of it. You can let go of the process and really just feel it. The sentiment is that there is a place that is not here, that we might not know until we pass on, where you can live on forever, where you never grow old. I just thought it was a really beautiful moment to sit and sing, and we sang that live on set, and it just felt good. 2. There s No Respect (Photo by National Geographic/Richard DuCree)Listen, while Franklin has dozens of famous songs, there s one in particular that she s associated with that you will not hear in the series: Respect. There s a simple reason for that — the show could not get the rights to it. (Jennifer Hudson plays Franklin in biopic called Respect, due out in August, so, uh, you might hear it there.)But Parks and her team took that as a challenge. We wanted the story to lead and the songs to follow, so we didn t want it to be a jukebox biopic kind of thing, Parks said. Because again, we re looking at Aretha Franklin s life through the lens of Genius, not through turn on her hits. But secondly, just an obvious plain fact, we couldn t get the rights to some of the songs. So we did what Black American people have been doing from the beginning, we make a cake out of what we got, you know what I m saying? It s a beautiful opportunity for us to focus on story. We get plenty of the hits, and we get a lot of lesser-known gems too. 3. The Details of Franklin s Young Life Will Shock Some Viewers(Photo by National Geographic/Richard DuCree)For people who only know Franklin as a singular musical legend, it might be jarring to learn about the singer s difficult childhood — which included having children at just 12 and 14 years old. It was certainly new information for Jordan as she prepared to take on the role of Little Re. We didn t really hear much about little Aretha s life. The media doesn t see that, Jordan said. Being able to see what she went through as a kid was a little different from what I studied and looked at. I looked at her interviews, I listened to her songs, and stuff, but that s way different because we didn t see her childhood on the screen. 4. Aretha s Relationship With Her Father and Her Siblings Was Always Complex(Photo by National Geographic/Richard DuCree)Franklin s preacher father C.J. Franklin was a fearsome figure — at one point in the series, he s described as loving Saturday night just as much as Sunday morning. But Vance understands how C.J. became the indefatigable figure he was: The son of sharecroppers in the early 20th century in the Deep South, he had two choices: the pulpit or the plow. When he chose the pulpit, he was kicked out of his house and had to sink or swim. It was that work ethic that C.J. brought to his work as a preacher, and when he realized how gifted Aretha was, he took advantage of that gift. To go from seeing what Black folks in the ’20s and the ’30s saw — their family relations dragged and beaten and burned and hung and shot, Vance said, took an enormous toll on his psyche. He instilled in his children, especially in Aretha, no matter how bad it gets, we re going to keep going and keep going until we achieve our goals. There is a high cost for that living. There were no psychiatrists and psychologists for Black folks to sit on the couch and talk about [their problems]. You had to figure it out, and the people who were the most vulnerable at that time, who suffered the most, I believe were the women and the children — Black women and Black children caught it from every side. While Aretha s sisters were also gifted singers, they didn t compare to Aretha and knew that their little sister was the favorite of the family. That complicated dynamic would continue throughout Aretha s life. There s a cost for that talent and the cost was her relationships — her relationships with her father, her relationship with her husband, relationship with her children, relationship with her sisters, Vance said . They went through it because she was so supremely gifted but how she got there, she was the favorite. Everybody knew that, and there s a cost for that in the internal family politics. And throughout it all, even though C.J. did leverage his daughter for his own gain, Aretha still loved her father and wanted to make him proud. In the end she was a young woman who wanted to do right by her father. She wanted to make her father proud, Erivo said. Though at the beginning and throughout her life they had a really complex relationship, there still was very much love there. I think she tried to find her own space that was outside of her father because for so long they were one and the same. And I think that even when that happened, there was still a part of her that wanted to be her father s daughter. 5. It Took a While for Aretha To Get the Credit She Deserved(Photo by National Geographic/Richard DuCree)Parks establishes early on that although so many people — particularly men — in Aretha s life tried to ride her coattails, it was Franklin herself who was steering the ship. She was the one who instructed her studio musicians about the sound she wanted, despite the fact that she didn t manage to get producing credit on her albums for years. In the first episode, Franklin is recording what will become Border Song and stops the room of all white men to ask where the pizza box that was sitting on top of the piano went. That empty cardboard box created a different sound, she explained.That initiative and confidence in her own gifts — and the fact that Franklin tried for a decade before she broke out on the music charts — inspired Erivo in her own musical career. How she was managing to [find] her voice, which then led to her being able to be bold enough to ask for the credit for the work that she was doing, which meant that she was able to be celebrated in the right way, Erivo said, it s an inspiring thing to learn to do. To learn the ways in which she was able to stand up for herself — because sometimes it was a quiet storm, sometimes it was raging — to meander through all of those ways in which she found a way to plant herself was really special. Genius: Aretha premieres Sunday, March 21 at 9 p.m. on National Geographic Channel.

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