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亚博国际官网平台网址采用百度引擎8(Baidu 2)This Week s Ketchup brings you seven headlines from the world of film development news, covering such titles as Borderlands, Dungeons Dragons, Scream 5, and Spider-Verse 2. This WEEK S TOP STORYTAIKA WAITITI CONFIRMED TO DIRECT A STAR WARS MOVIE(Photo by Jasin Boland/©Marvel/©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Back in January, the week s Top Story was that Thor: Ragnarok and Jojo Rabbit director Taika Waititi was in talks to direct an upcoming Star Wars movie, and this week, that project got a little bit closer to actually happening. Waititi s negotiations with Disney have now been completed, and Waititi will also co-write his Star Wars movie along with screenwriter Krysty Wilson-Cairns, who just last year made her feature film debut writing 1917, for which she received an Academy Award nomination. Walt Disney Pictures currently has three Star Wars movies scheduled for December in the years 2022, 2024, and 2026, but it is unclear in which year Waititi s film might be released. One obvious factor is that Waititi also still has to start filming Thor: Love and Thunder, which is currently scheduled for release on February 11, 2022 (which suggests that he probably would not be able to also deliver a Star Wars movie just ten months later).Other Top Headlines1. TOM CRUISE TO BE THE SOLAR SYSTEM S FIRST OUTER SPACE MOVIE STAR (Photo by ©Universal Pictures)It was probably always inevitable, but Hollywood is finally making its way to outer space, and one of the industry s biggest stars will be along for the ride. Tom Cruise and Elon Musk s Space X are now collaborating on the solar system s first narrative feature film to be filmed in outer space. The action adventure will not be part of Cruise s Mission: Impossible franchise, and no studio is currently attached. It s also not yet known who will be writing or directing the film, which is an important point, because that director will ostensibly have to make repeated trips into space. NASA was also quick to announce this week that the project will also film on the International Space Station, which suggests that Cruise may be spending some time on the station himself, possibly for an extended period. Cruise will next be seen in Top Gun: Maverick (12/23/2020), and then in Mission: Impossible 7 (11/19/2021) and Mission: Impossible 8 (11/4/2022).2. CATE BLANCHETT IN TALKS TO STAR IN BORDERLANDS VIDEO GAME ADAPTATION(Photo by Lisa Tomasetti/©Sony Pictures Classics)Despite some recent Fresh efforts, we re not quite at the point where it would be normal to consider Academy Award winners for video game movies. Maybe this week s casting news is a sign of change in the air, though, because current Mrs. America star Cate Blanchett is now in talks to star in the Borderlands movie as popular character Lilith, A.K.A. the Firehawk (and a member of the Siren class). Borderlands is a first-person shooter franchise set on a distant mining colony planet in the far future, and the games are known for their humor and quirky characters. Lionsgate s Borderlands will be directed by Eli Roth, who is currently best known for horror movies like Hostel and The Green Inferno (and for co-starring in Quentin Tarantino s Inglourious Basterds). With Blanchett now in the mix, the standard for has been raised a bit for the rest of the cast selections.3. DISNEY RUMORED TO WANT KAREN GILLAN AS NEW PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN STAR (Photo by Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection)We should state very clearly right up front that this story is currently a rumor, but it also comes from a site that just last week was the first to report on Disney s plans for a live-action Hercules remake from producers Joe and Anthony Russo. If their source is accurate, Walt Disney Pictures is reportedly hoping to cast Karen Gillan, who already stars as Nebula in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as the new female lead in the upcoming reboot of Pirates of the Caribbean. If true, Gillan would play the character Redd, who has already been a meet and greet character at Disney s theme parks since 2018. There is no current release date or any other information about a new Pirates of the Caribbean movie (including whether Redd will definitely be the lead character), but the expectation is that Johnny Depp will probably not return as Captain Jack Sparrow.4. JUNGLE CRUISE STARS DWAYNE JOHNSON AND EMILY BLUNT TO REUNITE FOR BALL AND CHAIN (Photo by Walt Disney Studios)Emily Blunt and Dwayne Johnson co-starred together in Disney s Jungle Cruise, which has been pushed back a full year to July 30, 2021 from its original release date (July 24, 2020). Even so, Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt are already preparing for another film together as they are both attached to star in the superhero project Ball and Chain, based on a 1999 comic book. Johnson and Blunt will play a married couple planning on breaking up who end up with super powers but only when they re together. The Ball and Chain screenplay was written by Emly V. Gordon, who is best known for The Big Sick (Certified Fresh at 98%), a comedy about her own relationship with Kumail Nanjiani. In somewhat related news, Arrowverse showrunner Marc Guggenheim is now writing an adaptation of Rob Liefeld s Prophet, about a cryogenically frozen super-soldier who is mistakenly awaken before the mission for which he was created.

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What it is: From director Kwang Il Han and based on the book series by Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski, The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf is a prequel spinoff film of Netflix’s hit Henry Cavill starrer from creator Lauren Schmidt that charts the monster-slaying adventures of Geralt’s mentor, Vesemir, in stunning anime.Why you should watch it: If you haven’t already read the source material, we recommend the best way to catch up for this feature is to binge the first season of The Witcher. Ambitiously violent and larger-than-life, it certainly ranks as one of Netflix’s best fantasy series and will give you all the knowledge you need to appreciate this animated vision of what came before. The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf premieres August 23 on Netflix. (Season 2 of the live-action series premieres on December 17.)Where to watch: NetflixCommitment: Approx. 8 hours (for the first season) Pixar s Onward is a suburban fantasy adventure about two brothers seeking to resurrect their dad for one last day together. Better get out the tissues Tom Holland reflects on the opportunity to be both Spider-Man and a Pixar character, while Chris Pratt talks about growing up with his older brother and how he ll react to Onward. Also, producer Kori Rae and director Dan Scanlon explain why now was the time for Pixar s jump into fantasy, and muse on life s habit of making the funniest things happen at the worst time possible.Onward opens this Friday in theaters everywhere.
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Rick/Cliff relationship is reportedly inspired by the real-life actor and stuntman duo Burt Reynolds and Hal Needham. They are fictional characters, as is Rick’s agent Marvin Schwarz (Al Pacino). But it’s the colorful assortment of real-life figures from the period that make Once Upon A Time a Who’s Who of late- 60s Tinseltown.Australian Oscar nominee Margot Robbie stars as Sharon Tate, and another Aussie actor, Justified star Damon Herriman, plays Charles Manson.(Photo by Weinstein Company)Bruce Dern plays George Spahn, the California rancher who was persuaded to allow the Manson Family to live on his property. (Remember the Spahn Movie Ranch?) The role was originally, in fact, supposed to be played by Burt Reynolds, who died in September of 2018. In an interview with Rotten Tomatoes promoting his Certified Fresh film, The Mustang, Dern had this to say about Tarantino s film: All I can say is this is me telling you he s a magician, because in this movie, he did something mad. It s probably the most unique endeavor I ve seen a director undertake and do. Without ruining the movie for you I can t tell you what that is, but the minute you get to see it, you will say, Bruce Dern is absolutely right.' Dern continued: You ll know, because he did the single most unpredictable thing I ve ever seen a director do, in this movie. And I don t mean a moment; I mean the entire movie. Because, you know what, you probably remember something about the Manson Murders, and How horrendous! and so forth and so on. Well, everybody says, Oh my God! I can t wait til Quentin does the Manson Murders. There s a movie about that, I can t wait, and so forth and so on. Well, I won t say a word, but remember I told you what I told you. Moving on, Dakota Fanning plays Lynette “Squeaky” Fromme, a Manson disciple best known for trying to assassinate President Gerald Ford. Billions star Damian Lewis plays A-list actor and heartthrob Steve McQueen, then considered the coolest Hollywood star on the planet.(Photo by Columbia Pictures)Emile Hirsch plays celebrity hairstylist Jay Sebring, also killed in the Tate murders. Polish actor Rafal Zawierucha plays the young Roman Polanski, who was filming in London on the night his wife was killed by the Manson Family. Austin Butler plays Charles “Tex” Watson, the most vicious of the Manson Family killers, who was convicted of seven first-degree murders.Girls star/creator Lena Dunham plays Catherine “Gypsy” Share, a Manson follower who did not participate in the murders, while The Haunting of Hill House star Victoria Pedretti plays Manson Family member and convicted murderer Leslie (“Lulu”) Van Houten who was just 19 at the time of the slayings.Fittingly, Mike Moh plays martial arts icon Bruce Lee, who actually suspected Polanski briefly in Tate’s murder. Moh, who starred in Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist, has paid tribute to Lee in several YouTube videos.And, sadly, Once Upon A Time marks the final on-screen role for Luke Perry, the Beverly Hills 90210 and Riverdale star who died suddenly on March 4 at the age of 52. Perry plays Scott Lancer, one of the main characters on the Western TV series Lancer, which ran on CBS from 1968 to 1970.Other stars playing both true-life and fictional characters include long-time Tarantino mainstays Michael Madsen and Tim Roth, as well as Kurt Russell, Timothy Olyphant, Lorenza Izzo, Maya Hawke, Rumer Willis, and Scoot McNairy.Keep in Mind Ryan FujitaniTarantino has been known to play hard and loose with history. Remember how Inglorious Basterds imagined an alternate reality in which American Jewish soldiers took their revenge on Hitler and murdered him at the height of WWII? Is it possible Once Upon A Time will put its own stamp on the most infamous, shocking crime of the 1960s, a crime that signaled a dark, bloody end to hippie culture? Dern s words seem to suggest it might.Sharon Tate’s sister Debra, who’s been very protective of her sister’s legacy and, according to an article on Nerdist.com, was already protesting the film even before she knew what it was about, told TMZ: “This movie is not what people would expect it to be when you combine the Tarantino and Manson names. Sounds like she approves. Get ready for the unexpected.Once Upon a Time in Hollywood  opens everywhere on July 26.亚博国际官网平台网址For fans of For All Mankind creator Ronald D. Moore’s other work — Battlestar Galactica or Outlander, for example — skipping a year or two of story between seasons should not be all that surprising. But when the Apple TV+ series returns this week, 10 years will have passed since astronaut Ed Baldwin, played by Suicide Squad’s Joel Kinnaman, returned to Earth from his extended stay on the Moon. It is a jump Moore said is “baked into the premise” and will continue with each subsequent season. But as Kinnaman told Rotten Tomatoes recently, the jump was still a surprise as so much of the first season was still unresolved.“Where we left off, Ed and Karen [were] going through the ultimate tragedy that a family can go through,” he said of the place season 1 left him and Shantel VanSanten, who plays Ed’s wife on the series. “As an actor, it s like that s the challenge that you re sort of looking forward to portraying. And then we come in [for season 2], we find Ed at this sort of … he s almost at peace. He s almost happy. And you see very little of his anger management issues and he has really mellowed out.”(Photo by Apple TV+)That change in Ed s character may be more surprising to viewers than any of the other divergences From All Mankind will showcase as it enters a 1980s in which the space race is still on. And when you consider that Edward Kennedy won the 1972 presidential election in the show’s reality, there are plenty of surprising ways world events could unfold.“I think that s really where the sophistication of the writing comes in,” Kinnaman continued. “They just found a different way to tell that story. Ten years have passed, so the wounds aren t going to be on the outside anymore. They re going to be on the inside. And I love the way that things just come out in ways where you just did not see it coming. You didn t expect it. I feel like that s how life is. It doesn t follow an A, B, C pattern.”The flow of that life also puts Ed in a new position at NASA which the actor teased may lead him to the “middle” of a crisis between the global superpowers and “some decisions in relation to it at some point.”And for fans of Ed’s incredible ability to put his foot in his mouth at exactly the wrong time, Kinnaman said, “He s always going to find a way to say the wrong thing. But I think he says the wrong thing at the right time.”(Photo by Apple TV+)Whether or not this particular instance of Ed saying the wrong thing relates to the potential for a World War III in the show’s reality remains to be seen.Another surprise: Ed and Karen are still together despite the death of their son Shane (Tait Blum) while Ed was still on the Moon.“Going through what they went through, that s something that a majority of relationships and marriages don t survive from in reality. It s just one of those things that it s very hard to stay together after,” Kinnaman said.Although the characters were able to save their marriage, Kinnaman suggested it may have led to a sacrifice Ed makes in the years between seasons.(Photo by Apple TV+)“The pain of going through that and not been able to be there — not be a rock in that situation — that s something that he just swore to himself that he was never going to do again,” he explained. “In the backstory, I think we find out some of it over the course of the second season, they had some really rough patches in the span of those 10 years that we didn t see.“Their relationship is continually tested” in the second season, he added.Kinnaman credited VanSanten with making those tests of the relationship some of the best — and hardest — work on the show.“She just seems to have an express route down to those dark, dark emotions,” he explained. “There s an element of losing control to get to that place [that is] really hard to create on your own. And it s twice as hard to create if the person that you re working with doesn t feel like they re real, you know? But if you really feel that they re there, and they re really going for it, then it makes it a lot easier. So I went to places in a few scenes [with her] in this season where I haven t been able to do that before.”

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The Way Back (2020) 84% Underdog sports stories have been a reliable staple of the movie industry for a long time, so much so that they ve been molded and refined to fit into a fairly predictable formula. With that in mind, it usually takes something extra to make one stand out, and critics say this week s The Way Back has that in an outstanding performance from Ben Affleck. Affleck stars as Jack Cunningham, a construction worker who was once an elite high school basketball player but now spends his days and nights binge-drinking. When he gets an unexpected call from his alma mater to coach their hoops team, he reluctantly takes them up on the offer and begins a slow healing process as he attempts to shepherd his kids to a few meaningful wins. Critics say what makes The Way Back effective is that it s not merely an inspirational sports story, nor is it merely one about addiction, but a carefully crafted hybrid that doesn t provide easy answers or overly sentimental triumphant moments. It s also notable that, prior to filming the movie, Affleck himself endured some very public battles with addiction, and as a result, he brings a personal gravity to his role that leaps off the screen. Audiences will no doubt come to The Way Back with certain expectations, simply based on the fact that it s a story about a troubled new coach learning to bond with his team, but if this doesn t hit all of those familiar beats in a predictable way, it still offers a worthwhile character study that might surprise a few moviegoers with its depth.

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Zack Snyder confesses that he’d still be working on Zack Snyder’s Justice League if HBO Max’s release date didn’t put a hard deadline on the project – he’s a perfectionist! – but when he did finally put “pens down” on the film and characters that have been with him for so many years, it was a moment of catharsis. (And a time to open a few bottles of wine.) In an extended interview with Rotten Tomatoes Editor-in-Chief Joel Meares, Snyder went deep on his journey to Zack Snyder’s Justice League, recalling the most moving moments of the #ReleaseTheSnyderCut​ campaign, why it was so important to put Ray Fisher’s Cyborg at the center of his story, the joy writing and directing Jared Leto and Ben Affleck for a new Joker/Batman scene, and what he wants the world to know about the passionate DC and Snyder fans who made the #SnyderCut​ a reality.Watch the interview above and read it below.(Photo by HBO Max)Joel Meares for Rotten Tomatoes: You ve been with this project for so long, in so many different ways, and with these characters for even longer than that. And I m wondering, with that in mind, what was the “pens down” moment where you were like, Okay, this is it. This is the finished product. And how did you feel in that moment?Zack Snyder: We all had a glass of wine and toasted each other, the whole group – Debbie and I, and my visual effects team and my editorial team. I called a bunch of my friends who have worked on it, and we all just kind of had this cathartic moment where we said, Okay, it s done. It was funny because it was kind of a schedule [thing] – the schedule made it happen, thank God. If the pandemic… or if this movie was due to release in another month or two, we d still be working on it, I m sure. Thank God because they put us up against the clock; it was cool, it was a nice way to stop.Rotten Tomatoes: So you were tempted to keep going and tinkering?Snyder: Oh my god. I don t think we ever would ve stopped if we [didn’t have that deadline].(Photo by HBO Max)Rotten Tomatoes: I want to take you back to another moment – when you got the call from Toby Emmerich and the studio said, It s a go. We re going to do this. Can you talk a little bit about that call and what the feeling was to know that it was finally going to happen?Snyder: There was an initial call that said, Do you want to release the movie right off of your laptop, just as it is? I was like, Yeah, I don t think I want to do that. That doesn t really seem like it s going to be good for anybody. And then I said, Hey, let me just come into the studio and tell you what I would do. I went in and I just told them about the scope and scale and what I thought I could achieve. And then they all came over to the house and watched the movie that I had, down in my theater. And they were like, Okay, let s do it. First of all, it was a huge undertaking – it was a moment of dread and a moment of adulation. We had definitely reached a kind of cathartic tipping point where we felt like healing could start for all of us.(Photo by HBO Max)Rotten Tomatoes: “Scope and scale” – it s huge. What was it like to paint on this size of canvas and with this length to give the room to tell these stories as fully as you wanted to, and have – I don t know about complete artistic freedom – but to really stretch that muscle?Snyder: I mean, not to say we didn t have any oversight – we had the budget, we had these other things, constraints of COVID, there s a lot of things that did kind of keep us in the box, thank God. But as far as just me doing what I thought was cool, it s a hundred percent that. This is the cut that I completed in January of 2017 – give or take a little bit of squishing, but essentially that s it. So, to come back to it and sort of re-experience it was also quite a sort of reunion, if you will. And to see how it was going to – with all the visual facts and the design and everything – really be realized.(Photo by HBO Max)Rotten Tomatoes: You’ve said that Cyborg is really the heart of the movie, and you do absolutely get that sense watching it – to the extent that the title lands on this beautiful shot of Ray. And you get so much of this story about this man. Why was it important for you to really center Ray s character, Victor, in your story?Snyder: Chris Terrio and I, we had long conversations about it when we were getting ready to write the script for Justice League. When we were banging out the story, we felt like Cyborg as a character was really the one we wanted to focus on. We felt like he s an incredible character in the DC universe, he s an important character in the DC universe, and he just really needed his story told in a way that – in context of these other Gods – that established him in that pantheon. And that was really a thing we just, we really focused on from the beginning, and then it s really fun to see it realized because Ray does an incredible job.Rotten Tomatoes: Have you spoken to Ray and the others? I assume some of them have seen the film in its complete form – what s the reaction been like to seeing this vision?Snyder: Ray hasn t seen it yet, he s seeing it hopefully the next couple of days. But yeah, they ve been really supportive and incredibly enthusiastic about the film and about me being able to get it finished.(Photo by HBO Max)Rotten Tomatoes: So, we wouldn t be here without the fans and the huge campaign that brought us to this point. There are so many amazing stories of what happened during that campaign, and I m wondering, is there a moment, an interaction – I don t know if it s the retweets or it s the billboard or what it is – that really stands out to you as the thing that you ll take with you from this #ReleaseTheSnyderCut campaign?Snyder: Yeah. So many memories really, to be honest. I remember when there was the Comic-Con bus stops, that kind of started it. And then there was that big, gigantic billboard in Times Square. I think that made me really start to go, Wow, I don t know what these guys are up to, but this is legitimate caring. And whether it be the airplanes flying around Warner Bros. towing banners, or the million fruit baskets delivered to Ann Sarnoff when she became president of Warner – I think it was a combination of all those things really.But I really think in the end, it s just how supportive they ve been of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and mental health awareness. Really that is the jewel in the crown of what they ve accomplished. For me, it s better than any movie – the persistent campaign that these guys have mounted in regard to suicide prevention and mental health awareness. That s really it. I mean, they ve saved lives with their campaign and that s the bottom line. It’s fun to make a movie, but that s really cool stuff.(Photo by HBO Max)Rotten Tomatoes: Yeah. And that probably bleeds into what I assume you might say about the next question. But a lot of the discourse around fandom does, recently at least, tend to focus on “toxic” or negative fandom. And I m talking to you from Rotten Tomatoes, and we are part of the story in some ways – some fans don t like the scores on some of the films, etc. But for those who only focus on the negative side of fandom, what do you want people to know about fans of DC and fans of yours and what they ve been doing?Snyder: Listen, I think the fans… and, of course, you can t throw a blanket over the entire thing because this is a bunch of individuals. These people aren t professionals they re not paid to do anything they re just fans of the movies and, in my case, they just want the movie out there that I had designed and created originally. Then, along the way, they got involved in my cause for whatever reason; they had some sort of empathy or they had an experience themselves. And it s a combination of those things that I think has made the fans, this community that I interact with, what they are.Are there occasions of fandom where it gets out of control? Absolutely. We all know that. But the reality is that these fans used their voices to change the course of a giant corporation and to basically get a movie released that [might never have been released]. Someone would say, Oh, are you ever going to make a sequel? I m like, Well, there s no plan and Warner Bros. really has no interest in making a sequel with me. But is it more likely that a sequel to this movie would have been made than what happened? And the answer to that is yes. It just speaks to their actual power and I m proud to be associated with them.(Photo by HBO Max)Rotten Tomatoes: One of the scenes that s going to really impress fans, I think, is one at the end, towards the end… but I don’t know are we allowed to talk about this in context at this point, or…Snyder: I don t know. You tell me.Rotten Tomatoes: Okay, so you bring together two iconic characters. You ve obviously dropped the hints of what s happening. As a fan and as somebody who s worked on this for a long time, what was it like to put them together and write that script and shoot something new for this film?Snyder: The scene was important to me because I felt like, if this is the last gasp of Zack Snyder s DC universe, which is fine –Rotten Tomatoes: It s more than a gasp. It s a booming shout!Snyder: The last “booming shout,” then, fair enough. I really wanted to say, I have a little bit of unfinished business and that is to bring these two characters together. And also I m a fan of, and very excited by, the Knightmare post-Darkseid world and love it. I have always loved the concept and was working my way here as best I could with these movies. It’s always fun to sort of dabble in that world – really fun to get to write and do a little scene setting.(Photo by HBO Max)Rotten Tomatoes: I want to talk to you about director s cuts in general and how important you feel it is for directors in your position to be able to get their vision out into the world. You ve had a few instances where you ve been able to give us alternative cuts and things, and there are rumors of other cuts of DC movies and other movies flying around. For you, who has a fandom that’s really interested in your vision, why is it important they get to see get to see a film as intended?I ve made director’s cuts of almost every movie I ve ever made, except for, I think, Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole and Man of Steel. And I would argue that the Sucker Punch director s cut isn t really the full movie – that s the one movie I would say, Oh yeah, there s a cut of that movie that no one s ever seen. But otherwise… Watchmen director s cut, I prefer the BvS Ultimate Edition, which is the director’s cut; I prefer it because I just feel like it s less encumbered by the studio and by the notes and just by the constraints of what they think a movie has to be and its length. “Nobody wants to see a three-hour movie” – I don t agree with that a hundred percent.As far as other filmmakers go and their experience with director s cuts, I can t say exactly. It s personal to me, the way I ve dealt with it, it s a way I kind of justified making changes to the movies that I worked on – it’s knowing that I can always just release a director’s cut and at least these feel like, Okay, well, there s the real movie. (Photo by HBO Max)And I understand the balance between art and commerce – that you do have to strike a balance sometimes. The theatrical cut of Watchmen is based entirely on the maximum running length of film in IMAX. The film could be no longer than two hours and 20 minutes, or it would have fallen off the spool. That s where you see the sort of two things coming together, and you have to accept that if you want the movie that way [in IMAX]. And I did, so I m fine. My point is only that it is a business and so, “What will the market bear?” is a real question.Is it my hope that this movement might generate a little bit more power for some directors that are in a situation where they re not sure if they re going to get their movie completed? That d be great. But this is a very particular situation, I think, in that the breadcrumbs lead directly to a narrative that the fans were able to put together and turn into a rallying cry. It was a perfect storm of all those things. And the charities and their cause and the whole thing has a kind of blended reality that I think would be hard to duplicate. But would I hope that someone benefits from this? Absolutely, that would be great.Rotten Tomatoes: Finally, will you be going to Rotten Tomatoes when the reviews are posted?Snyder: I m only human.Zack Snyder s Justice League is available on HBO Max from Thursday, March 18, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
NYC Epicenters: Season 1 (2021) 8 p.m., HBO This four-part documentary essay produced and directed by acclaimed director Spike Lee is a rich tapestry of New York City in the 21st century, weaving together the stories, memories and insights of those who were eyewitnesses to New York’s greatest challenges.Sunday, Aug. 29 NYC Epicenters: Season 1 (2021) 8 p.m., HBO 9/11: One Day in America: Season 1 (2021)  9 p.m., National Geographic Channel This immersive docuseries told in first-person narrative chronicles, at times minute-by-minute, the events of that day from the perspectives of first responders and survivors who were there.Monday, Aug. 30 9/11: One Day in America: Season 1 (2021)  9 p.m., National Geographic Channel Tuesday, Aug. 31 9/11: One Day in America: Season 1 (2021)  9 p.m., National Geographic Channel Wednesday, Sept. 19/11: Inside the President s War Room, Apple TV+ 9/11: One Day in America: Season 1 (2021)  9 p.m., National Geographic Channel Sunday, Sept. 5 NYC Epicenters: Season 1 (2021) 8 p.m., HBO Tuesday, Sept. 7Rebuilding Hope: The Children of 9/11, Discovery+Frontline: America After 9/11, 9 p.m., PBSWednesday, Sept. 8Vice Versa: Too Soon: Comedy After 9/11, 9 p.m., VICE TVMemory Box: Echoes of 9/11, 10 p.m., MSNBC (Followed by Memory Box: The Conversation)Thursday, Sept. 9No Responders Left Behind, Discovery+Friday, Sept. 10 Come From Away (2021) Apple TV+ When 7,000 people are stranded in the small town of Gander, Newfoundland after all flights into the US are grounded on September 11, 2001, the people of Newfoundland graciously welcome the “come from aways” into their community in the aftermath. The passengers and locals alike process what’s happened while finding love, laughter, and new hope in the unlikely and lasting bonds that they forge. Note, this is a filmed staging of the Tony-winning musical.9/11: The Legacy, 7 p.m., History ChannelThe Race Against Time: The CIA and 9/11, 8 p.m., CBSRise And Fall: The World Trade Center, 8 p.m., History ChannelSaturday, Sept. 11 NYC Epicenters: Season 1 (2021)  10 p.m., HBO 9/11: Four Flights, 8 p.m., History Channel9/11: I Was There, 10 p.m., History ChannelOn an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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(Photo by DC Comics)The Premise: A look at the day-to-day lives of the Neopolis Police Department’s 10th Precinct. In many ways, it resembles the venerable 1980s cop drama Hill Street Blues – except for the fact all the cops are superheroes in a world where almost everyone has a power and a costumed identity. Across the 12 issues and one hardcover special written by Moore, the series heavily featured detective Jeff Smax and his new partner Toybox. Of course, stories of other police officers and cases filtered throughout, even as it culminated in an overarching tale of government corruption.The Approach: If one chose to ignore the larger story developed across Moore s 12-issue run, it is very easy to see the program as its initial pitch: Hill Street Blues in a world of superheroes. Unlike, say, Sony’s adaptation of Powers, Top 10 would need the prestige budget to pull off the world as designed by artists Gene Ha and Zander Cannon; it’s stuffed to the margins with amazing-looking superheroes who flutter by for only an instant. Then there are the major characters like Smax, Dust Devil, and Sergeant Hyperdog to consider. They would be expensive to translate to live-action.But a point of departure from the comics could come from leaning even further in to the Hill Street Blues format, which burned its ongoing dramas slowly while favoring cases of the week. The format has served Law Order: Special Victims Unit well for 20 years and would give Top 10 enough of an engine to run five or so seasons as a prestige drama on a streaming service.From Hell As A Gritty and Complex Limited Series(Photo by Penguin Random House)The Premise: Inspector Frederick Abberline and charlatan psychic Robert James Lee investigate the vicious murders of sex workers in the Whitechapel district of London. The sensational details of the murders grab the attention of the Fleet Street papers, which leads the killer to write in and to the introduction of his legendary sobriquet: Jack the Ripper. Meanwhile, Royal Physician and Freemason Sir William Gull accepts an assignment from Queen Victoria to end the threat of an illegitimate heir via her grandson Albert marrying a commoner girl from the East End. He is also ordered to silence a group of sex workers who know the truth and attempt to blackmail one of the conspirators. The mission gives Gull the chance perform an obscure rite that will both solidify male dominance over women and, as he sees it, birth the 20th century.The Approach: Honestly, a direct adaptation would serve From Hell the best. The film version, directed by Albert and Allen Hughes, abandoned Moore’s compelling “why-dunit” narrative almost entirely in favor of the traditional “whodunit” seen in most Jack the Ripper movies. The text of From Hell (brilliantly realized by the great Eddie Campbell) leads readers down more sinister allies of government conspiracies, into the mysticism hidden in the layout of London, and even gives us a bit of time travel. It also features some striking characters in the form of Marie Kelly, Abberline, and Lee – to say nothing of Gull himself, who Moore and Campbell bring to such vivid life.Unlike some of the other Moore comics on this list, though, From Hell could only arrive on television as an eight-episode limited series. Both the story and its construction require the tight confines of the TV format, just like the original comics themselves.Miracleman As Prestige Drama With Big Names(Photo by Marvel)The Premise: By saying the word “Kimota!”, Michael Moran transforms into Miracleman – a character not unlike Shazam. Losing about a decade to a perceived amnesia, Moran eventually learns his time as Miracleman was a simulation orchestrated by the British government. It leads to conflict with fellow test subject Johnny Bates, who destroys the center of London and kills some 40,000 people. In the wake of their devastating battle, Miracleman is revealed to the world and decides to do the only sensible thing left to him: take over the planet and run it himself.The Approach: Mircaleman – also known as Marvelman in the U.K. – may lend itself the most to a Watchmen-style reinvention. In fact, writer Neil Gaiman and artist Mark Buckingham already did a lot of the development of the concept when they took over Miracleman from Moore and his collaborators. In their “Golden Age” storyline, Gaiman and Buckingham revealed a world under stress from the utopia built by Miracleman. The individual issues told tales of regular people chaffing against that fantastic world, removing Moran from the center of the action to a seemingly distant force. That concept would allow for a prestige drama about real people coping with an unwanted occupation. And like Watchmen, it would leave the text of the Moore stories as its history. Such a series could also find a way to finish up Gaiman and Buckingham’s abandoned “Silver Age” story, which was to see the return of Bates and reveal larger cracks in Miracleman s brave new world.Like the other Moore comics we’ve discussed so far, the idea fits snugly into the realm of prestige dramas on streaming services, meaning it would need a low episode count and a cadre of impressive actors to breathe life into its world.Tom Strong As High-End Animated Series(Photo by DC Comics)The Premise: Science hero Tom Strong – a spin on pulp adventurers like Doc Savage – his wife Dhalua, and their daughter Tesla, explore the world and battle science villains with the aid of steam-powered robot Pneuman and super-smart gorilla King Solomon. Along the way, luxurious flashbacks told in the style of older comics reveal Strong’s origins and other adventures from his long life.The Approach: The whimsical and good-hearted nature of the original Tom Strong series by Moore and artist Chris Sprouse lends itself best to an animated series. Of course, a high-end series with great animation and an absurd attention to details. The format allows the potential series to keep Sprouse’s design aesthetic while also seamlessly switching to other art or animation styles as the story dictates. It also means the program could keep the decidedly un-Watchmen feel of the comic. Designed in many respects to pull away from Moore’s tendency to deconstruct genre, Tom Strong is a character whose seeming simplicity calls for the sort of complexity one can find in the best animated tales.Captain Britain As A Disney+ Original(Photo by Marvel Comics)The Premise: A member of the lower aristocracy, Brian Braddock comes upon his powers when Merlyn (who claims to be the wizard of the Arthur legend) and his daughter Roma save him from a bad bike accident. Accepting the Amulet of Might, Brian is suffused with energy and becomes the Captain Britain of Earth-616, the main Earth of the Marvel Multiverse. Facing a gaggle of homegrown threats and inter-dimensional crises, Brian also attempts to keep up with his studies at university. When Moore and artist Alan Davis took over the character, they introduced characters like the time-traveling mercs known as the Special Executive and a superhero-slaying monster called The Fury. He and Davis also introduced the notion of the Marvel Multi-verse itself and even the Earth-616 designation.The Approach: Clearly, this is a Disney+ series waiting to happen. With its close ties to the multi-verse, it could serve as a way to explore those ideas – to say nothing of introducing different Marvel Earths – while also telling a very localized story about a British hero with deep roots in the country’s own mythology and history. Merlyn’s participation also gives such a show a mystical element not seen in the other Disney+ projects announced thus far. Also, with Captain Britain’s ties to the X-Men (his sister is the telepathic mutant formerly known as Psylocke), the series could also slyly introduce those characters into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.All that said, this may be the one concept so removed from Moore’s spirit that it may not be much of a sacrilege to bring it to the screen. Also, since we were fans of the Excalibur comic by Chris Claremont and Davis, we just want the character to make his MCU debut.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.Watchmen is currently airing on HBO.
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The 93rd Academy Awards were unlike any other we ve witnessed in recent memory or possibly ever before as the ceremony was structured to accommodate social distancing measures brought about by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The result was an unusually intimate, subdued ceremony filled with personal anecdotes and touching tributes. Of course, that doesn t mean things didn t get a little wacky from time to time ( Glenn Close doin Da Butt is officially a thing now), and there were still plenty of larger-than-life moments, from incredible musical performances and tear-filled dedications to laugh-out-loud one-liners and groundbreaking milestones.Recommended: Full List of Winners from the 2021 Academy AwardsRecommended: The Biggest Snubs and Surprises of the 2021 Oscar NominationsRecommended: All the Winners of the 2020 Golden Tomato AwardsThings started with a bang, as H.E.R. performed an amazing rendition of her Oscar-winning song Fight For You before the ceremony started and Regina King kicked off the festivities by entering Los Angeles iconic Union Station in a stunning single tracking shot as the credits rolled. From there, we got tear-filled dedications, inspirational speeches, laugh-out-loud one-liners, and groundbreaking milestones. Read on for the biggest moments of the 2021 Oscars.H.E.R. Delivers Showstopping Performance of “Fight For You” Before Winning Best Original SongThose expecting to see the much hyped-up pre-recorded performances of this year’s Best Song nominees during the show were likely disappointed to learn that the five songs were actually shown during ABC’s pre-show. The standout performance was also the final performance: H.E.R.’s rousing rendition of “Fight for You” from Judas and the Black Messiah, which incorporated archival footage and a battery of dancers to deliver a chills-inducing moment just minutes before the start of the ceremony. The song went on to win Best Original Song in the ceremony proper.Regina King Enters in Epic One-ShotWe were told in the lead-up to tonight’s ceremony that Steven Soderbergh and his co-producers wanted the night to play out like a film – and the first minutes of the broadcast delivered on that promise. Bringing to mind those famous opening moments of Goodfellas, a single camera shot tracked Regina King – her Oscar firmly in hand – as she walked into LA’s Union Station, through its cavernous hall, and onto the stage. Throughout the entire shot, cinematic credits announced the various presenters (“starring…”). King kicked things off by marking the conviction of Derek Chauvin earlier this week: Now, I know that a lot of you people at home wanna reach for your remote when you feel like Hollywood is preaching to you, but as a mother of a Black son, I know the fear that so many live with, and no amount of fame or fortune changes that, OK? Thomas Vinterberg Pays Moving Tribute to His DaughterUpon winning the Oscar for Best International Film for Another Round, director Thomas Vinterberg began his acceptance speech as anyone might expect, thanking the appropriate parties who supported the film and those with whom he worked directly on it, including the four main actors at the heart of the story. But midway through his speech, Vinterberg recounted how, four days into shooting the film, he lost his daughter Ida in a tragic auto accident. As he paused and wiped tears from his face, Vinterberg collected himself and explained how she had read the script two months prior to production and was glowing with excitement about the film, in which she was originally supposed to appear. Vinterberg closed by dedicating the film to Ida, saying, If anyone dares to believe that she s here with us somehow, you ll be able to see her clapping and cheering with us Ida, this is a miracle that just happened, and you are part of this miracle. Maybe you ve been pulling some strings somewhere; I don t know. But this one is for you. Daniel Kaluuya Embarrasses His FamilyAfter missing out on the Best Actor Oscar back in 2018, Daniel Kaluuya became the sixth Black actor to win Best Supporting Actor at the Academy Awards on Sunday night. Speaking off the cuff, Kaluuya thanked the usual folks and gushed about his collaborators while his mother and sister, both in attendance at LA s Union Station, looked on. As he wound up his acceptance speech with some inspirational words about Fred Hampton, the ico

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Ghcxuf A lonely, winding track of asphalt up the dark side of a mountain. An overnight stay at the empty hotel on the summit. A writer, hot off the success of his first two best-selling books, wanders the hallways. He sees his two-year-old son being strangled by a fire suppression hose. The writer wakes up from this nightmare, screaming in a frenzied sweat. He s still in the hotel.Sound like a horror story you know? That s because it is. Or, at least, the start of one.The empty road and the emptier hotel, that s all true. And it lays down the foundation to modern horror s most beloved haunted house tale: The Shining, by Stephen King, which he was possessed to write after a single visit to the Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado. The year was 1974. Late September, just as the Stanley was shutting down for the winter. King, his wife Tabitha, and their son Joseph had holed up in room 217 as the only guests in a 142-room manor.A long night ensued.The next morning, King had everything he needed to finish the book he was working on. Title: Darkshine.A LEGACY OF MODERN HORRORThe Shining, 1980. (Photo by Warner Bros / courtesy Everett Collection)The Stanley today is like it was in 1974 when King visited, and just like in 1909 when the hotel was built: Frigid, with hot water still getting lost on its way up to all the rooms. It s the kind of creaky palace where when something goes wrong, you chalk it up as part of the experience. Like most places with a page on Atlas Obscura, it has strange energy. Maybe because everybody there s putting out and getting sucked into the vibe, desiring to be part of a subconscious conduit for netherworld encounters. They re certainly opening their wallets for it.Since publication of The Shining novel in 1977, the Stanley Hotel has become an international destination. Or at least busy enough to stay open during winters. It attracts horror fans from all over the pop cultural strata. And that includes movie directors. I wrote Hush at the bar of the Stanley with my wife Kate, Mike Flanagan, one such director, tells a private theater crowd in Estes Park in October, Hush being his 2016 home invasion slasher. We named the John Stanley character in the movie as homage. His wife is Kate Siegel, who starred in Hush, and appears in Flanagan s other works he s developed over a momentous decade. Big material like Netflix s The Haunting of Hill House, and Oculus, his breakthrough feature starring Karen Gillian. In 2013, Flanagan screened Oculus at the Reel Mountain Theater in Estes Park, mere steps away from the Stanley, where one of his horror idols once found wicked inspiration. After the Oculus screening, the couple stuck around for a week seeking the same. The screenplay for Hush developed in those seven days, a movie released the same year with two others he directed: Gerald s Game and Ouija: Origin of Evil, establishing Flanagan as a low-key rising horror master.And now he s back in Estes Park screening his new movie, making abundantly clear he knows this is the biggest professional and personal risk yet: A sequel to The Shining.INSIDE THE INSPIRATIONThe Shining and Doctor Sleep author Stephen King. (Photo by Paramount/courtesy Everett Collection)The historic Stanley ghost tour runs several times a day, though obviously the best time to go is at night. Darkness shrouding the estate, it becomes no challenge to channel what King saw that winter night in 74. The dining hall, bustling by day, empties of life. Then appears Stephen King, and his wife Tabby. They re being served dinner at one of the long tables. All the other chairs are up, and an eerie orchestra echoes over the PA.At the bar alone, King is tended to by a bartender named Grady. The same namesake as the caretaker in The Shining who goes mad, kills his family. Grady feeds King the line his fans ought to know: That his money is no good here. A death knell for the alcoholic (which King was at the time), that no more liquid, burning as it soothes, would arrive to quench an all-consuming thirst. The horror!The ghost tour guide pulls back the spell, claiming in truth it s because the Stanley was closed, and dear Grady didn t want to bother counting the cash towards their taxed earnings. Another tall tale to add to the mythology.Then the approach to room 217, footsteps mute on carpet, where King stayed long ago. The guide points out the kid-chasing hose of nightmares across the hall. You don t get to go through 217 unless you book it, a tough job because it s by far the Stanley s most requested room. Either pay up, or sneak in. Here s what you ll find unique inside the room: A shelf filled with the author s books, a framed bedside picture, and the bathtub where King imagined the necrotic – though still rather fresh – corpse of an elderly woman floating. (There s also a king-sized bed, though there s no evidence he had anything to do with that.)In 1977, three years after his Stanley stay, King released The Shining, sculpting everything that unsettled him into the Overlook Hotel. In 2013, he published its sequel novel, Doctor Sleep. In-between, Stanley Kubrick made a famous movie. Infamously, King hated it. And not just because room 217 got changed to room 237.APPROVAL FROM THE KINGMike Flanagan on Doctor Sleep set. (Photo by Warner Bros. /courtesy Everett Collection)Flanagan, like most, watched The Shining before he read the book. He was in eighth grade. A sleepover, where all the kids saw it on VHS. The experience left him petrified. It also left him with instruction on how to build tension, atmosphere, and dread – without resorting to jump scares.And now, as the new caretaker of the Overlook, he s responsible with adapting Doctor Sleep for the masses. Flanagan takes on the monumental expedition of reconciling Kubrick s mind-blowing dark vision with King s emotional, personal redemption arc of the plagued Torrance family. That s something its writer-creator has never felt ever made its way into theaters, resenting the Shining movie as it eclipsed the source book. So when did Doctor Sleep s director feel ready for this volatile project? I ve never in this entire process felt prepared to do it, Flanagan recognizes, speaking with us at his room in the Stanley Hotel. It happened very fast. I had the opportunity to do it because of a meeting I had at Warners about doing a DC movie. They asked if I was familiar with Doctor Sleep and I said yes. Stephen King approved me for it because he was happy with Gerald s Game. If he hadn t given me his permission, I wouldn t have made the film. And sending him the script, I was terrified because that was his chance to be like, No, you can t do this to my world.' Do what exactly to his world? Let s just say for those going into Doctor Sleep having read the book first, expect significant departures. Only this time, they re approved by the King.SERVING TWO WORLDSJack Nicholson, Shelley Duvall in The Shining. (Photo by Warner Bros. / courtesy Everett Collection)Both Shinings have the same set-up: Alcoholic writer Jack Torrance (Jack Nicholson in the movie) takes a job as the Overlook winter caretaker, dragging along his wife Wendy, and son Danny, whose cursed gift of telepathy and clairvoyance awakens malevolent apparitions of the past. How book and movie reach their endings diverge wildly.Same with Doctor Sleep. Establishing story on-page and on-screen are similar: Haunted adult Dan Torrance (Ewan McGregor in the movie) is using his shine to guide the terminally ill into the afterlife, when he encounters a young girl named Abra (Kyliegh Curran). She s got the same gift, only more powerful than anything s Dan ever seen, attracting the likes of Rose the Hat (Rebecca Ferguson), a semi-vampire who feeds off these abilities. Though book and movie unfold along different paths, Flanagan s adaptation captures that redemptive, cautiously hopeful tone of King s text. I read Doctor Sleep in 2013 as soon as it came out, Flanagan explains. The weird thing was that this story was so quintessentially Stephen King, and it so completely and loudly jettisoned all of the Kubrick from it. Yet all the images in my head were Kubrick images. Because that s The Shining that I know, that s the Overlook that I know. It s one of the most influential movies in my life. We spoke of movies like 2001: A Space Odyssey and Blade Runner, whose enduring relevance comes partly from their unsolvable central mysteries. Blade Runner 2049 recognized Ridley Scott s puzzle (Is Deckard a replicant?), and knew what a losing proposition it d be to answer it. So the Denis Villeneuve sequel didn t.Ewan McGregor in Doctor Sleep. (Photo by Warner Bros. / courtesy Everett Collection)Then there s 2010: The Year We Make Contact, released in 1984. This follow-up explains everything about A Space Odyssey, from why HAL malfunctioned to what ever happened to David Bowman. It s a decent sci-fi movie and, in the shadow of 2001 s majesty, completely inappropriate. As an obvious film nerd, Flanagan understands this fandom, this weight and expectation inherent to a Shining sequel, like running into a hedge maze with only a single chance out. I felt like the coolest way to do it would be to try at long last, at least attempt, reconciling the King road and the Kubrick road. Which would not be easy. It would be fraught with landmines, Flanagan says. But that s the only really exciting way to do it. Because if you jettison the King and just do a sequel to Kubrick, then you re into 2010 territory. He continues: But if you jettison the Kubrick and just do this standalone thing that s talking about Danny Torrance and the Overlook, then I feel like you re flinching away from what the story really wants to be. You re ignoring the most familiar cinematic language that an audience already has on one of the most ubiquitous pop culture phenomenons when it comes to horror. So it really felt like this was the only way to do it. As a fan, that s what I want. Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week. 😈😈

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亚博国际官网平台网址 As we inch closer to the beginning of the summer movie season, we are starting to see a few more big-name properties show up on the release calendar, and March features not only a hotly anticipated sequel to a surprise horror hit, but also a new entry from Pixar and the latest live-action remake of an animated Disney classic. Beyond those titles, we also have a comic book adaptation starring Vin Diesel and a new interpretation of a Jane Austen novel just to round things out. See below for the most anticipated movies opening in March.1. A Quiet Place Part II (2021) 91%2,769 Want-to-See Votes#1 pick by our Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter fansOpens March 20Director John Krasinski had a hit on his hands with 2018 s A Quiet Place, in which he starred alongside his real-life wife Emily Blunt as a married couple with two children (after a tragic and horrifying opening scene) who live their lives in complete silence in an attempt to avoid detection by the bloodthirsty monsters who navigate by sound that have taken over the world. This month, we get the sequel, which finds Blunt s Evelyn Abbott traveling with son Marcus (Noah Jupe), daughter Regan (Millicent Simmonds), and her newborn infant until they come across other survivors and discover there s more to worry about than just the monsters. This film made it to the top of all of our social media polls and racked up the second-most Want-to-See votes among all March releases.2. Mulan (2020) 73%3,650 Want-to-See Votes#2 pick by our Facebook and Twitter fans, #3 pick by our Instagram fansOpens March 27Disney released three live-action remakes of their classic animated films in 2019 namely Dumbo, Aladdin, and The Lion King and while none of them exactly set critics hearts aflutter, the latter two especially made big splashes at the box office. With that context in mind, March brings us their latest effort, Mulan, starring Liu Yufei as the titular heroine who defies her father s wishes and joins the Imperial Chinese Army disguised as a man to represent her family. The supporting cast includes such renowned actors as Jet Li, Donnie Yen, and Gong Li, and fans on our social media accounts were excited enough about the movie to vote it into second place on Facebook and Twitter, and third place on Instagram. It also racked up the most Want-to-See votes of any March release on RT.3. Onward (2020) 88%1,252 Want-to-See Votes#2 pick by our Instagram fans, #4 pick by our Facebook and Twitter fansOpens March 6Part of Mulan s appeal is undeniably the nostalgia factor for adults who remember seeing the animated original more than 20 years ago, but Disney offshoot Pixar is also coming out with a new animated film that s ostensibly aimed at younger audiences but plays on some mature themes. MCU stars Chris Pratt and Tom Holland voice two elf brothers who live in a suburban fantasy world populated by trash unicorns and pet dragons where technology has pushed magic into obsolescence. When the two of them receive a magical gift from their deceased father that will allow them to resurrect him for 24 hours, and it only summons his lower half, they embark on a journey to find a way to bring back the rest of him before time runs out. This one made it into the top five of all of our social polls and garnered the third-most Want-to-See votes on RT, and on top of all that, it s already Certified Fresh.4. Bloodshot (2020) 30%1,099 Want-to-See Votes#3 pick by our Facebook and Twitter fansOpens March 13The vast majority of superhero movies made these days belong to either the MCU or the DCEU, but the landscape is slowly changing as other players join the fray. Enter Bloodshot, a murdered soldier who is resurrected by scientists and given superhuman abilities thanks to nanotechnology. The Valiant Comics anti-hero is played by Vin Diesel here, and reports have stated that the film is intended to be the first in its own cinematic universe. We ll have to wait and see how that goes after the film is released, but for now, moviegoers are looking forward to seeing the big-screen adaptation of the comic, as it ranked third in our Facebook and Twitter polls.5. EMMA. (2020) 87%1,391 Want-to-See Votes#5 pick by our Facebook fansOpens Wide March 6The last film on this month s list actually opened in limited release back on February 21, but it s expanding wide in the first week of March, thanks to a positive reception. Anya Taylor-Joy stars as Jane Austen s eponymous matchmaker, who discovers that maybe she s not as good at bringing people together as she thought she was, all while her own romance bubbles up and takes her by surprise. Director Autumn de Wilde s debut feature is already Certified Fresh, and critics say it s a whimsical adaptation that takes some time to get going but blossoms into a delightful treat. The film made it to fifth place in our Facebook poll and earned the fourth-most Want-to-See votes on RT.Thumnail image by Paramount PicturesLike this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

Issa Rae’s star is shining brighter than ever — in part due to her recent co-starring role in movie The Lovebirds with Kumail Nanjiani, but mostly for her hit HBO show Insecure. The half-hour comedy just wrapped up a fourth straight Fresh season on the Tomatometer, leaving fans and critics definitely wanting more after a wild season 4 finale. If you find yourself in that group, and you ve already checked out the one-episode scripted podcast called Looking for LaToya, Rotten Tomatoes’ own Naz Perez is feeling pretty secure in these five titles that we hand-picked just for you. 打个比方,我手游玩家,在玩2021的时候,继承了2020的卡牌,而端游玩家一上来一穷二白,怎么和我的全传奇全时刻阵容打?互通的话,明显必须要让端游

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亚博国际官网平台网址 Irish actor Andrew Scott is arguably most recognizable to U.S. audiences for malevolent characters: classic literary villain Professor Moriarty opposite Benedict Cumberbatch in TV s Sherlock, as cruel psychiatrist Dr. Addison Bennet in Alice Through the Looking Glass, and as duplicitous government agent C in James Bond film Spectre.So seeing Scott turn up as a priest in Amazon series Fleabag understandably may result in immediate suspicion of the character. The series history of revealing unexpected core character flaws might also set viewers expectation levels to yellow ― exercise caution ― when it comes to investing in this new player on Fleabag s scene. Plus: Fleabag. It s original and audacious storytelling, Scott says of the series created and written by Phoebe Waller-Bridge, a star rapidly ascending with a scene-stealing turn as the voice of robot L3-37 in Solo: A Star Wars Story and as executive producer and creator of award-winning BBC America series Killing Eve. Waller-Bridge was also tapped by Bond himself, Daniel Craig, to inject her distinctive comedic voice into the script of the upcoming film from director Cary Fukunaga.Scott this week also appeared — ranting with a gun — in the first trailer for season 5 of Netflix sci-fi anthology hit Black Mirror. We re eager to find out what delirium awaits us there, but in the meantime, we re savoring his performance in Fleabag season 2, which is reliably unexpected.The season is Certified Fresh at 100% with 43 reviews at publication and is being lauded by critics with lines like:  A portrait of grief, fear, and love that s startling, painful, achingly funny, unbearably sexy, pretty much perfect, and somehow better than the first season. It is a marvel. It should not exist. (Allison Shoemaker, RogerEbert.com).We spoke to Scott about these strange, beautiful, tragic, hilarious sketches of humanity and what it was like to inhabit one of them.(Photo by Steve Schofield/Amazon Prime)Debbie Day for Rotten Tomatoes: Throughout the season, as a viewer, I think you keep asking yourself, “Is this love or is this insanity?”Scott: I think both those things can exist at the same time. (Laughs). I think a lot of the time, people s experiences of love are exactly that. I think that question, “Is this love or is this insanity?,” can nearly be applied to everything or relationship, because it is insane to go through that experience — it s insane. That s exactly it. As the Priest says in that sermon (in the series): It s this extraordinary thing, it makes you crazy, and makes you do all these things that you never imagined you would be, both good and bad. I think Phoebe s great talent is to be able to hold two things in exactly the same thing. I love the fact that it s funny and tragic at the same time. I like that the idea of being vulnerable and being powerful exists in the same scene. It s all the things it s very fluid, and I think that s why people have responded to it so much, that s what makes such great television, is that feeling of nuance, because the lack of nuance is the death of great art.(Photo by Steve Schofield/Amazon Prime)After season 1, I think viewers are hoping for some redemption for Fleabag, and at the beginning of the new season, here s this priest and ― whether you believe or not ― you may hope that she finds something to hold on to, but she chooses the same sort of destructive path.Scott: You think it s destructive?I think she makes another bad choice for herself. You want to believe in love, and you want to believe that people will choose love, but when you get involved with someone who s not really available ―Scott: Yeah.(Photo by Steve Schofield/Amazon Prime)How did you approach your character, seeing this dynamic in the scripts? What did you think of him at first when you read it?Scott: We talked about, when we first spoke about this relationship between the two of them, was how do you play love, and what should we expect from our television characters? And there s not one of us who have not made bad choices ― I e

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