Depending on what you want out of a Godzilla movie, you may either love Godzilla: King of the Monsters or hate it. The sequel to 2014’s reboot is sharply dividing critics, some of whom are calling this at least the best of the franchise made this side of the Pacific. Others can’t get over the almost-unanimously panned script among other cited problems with this latest MonsterVerse installment, which also follows up 2017’s Kong: Skull Island. To quote Ken Watanabe s character from the last Godzilla movie, “Let them fight.” Or just balance each other out on the Tomatometer.Here’s what critics are saying about Godzilla: King of the Monsters:How does it compare to the 2014 Godzilla?It delivers far more satisfying thrills and terrific spectacle when it comes to what fans expect from these kinds of films. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionKing of the Monsters course corrects from the 2014 film by giving audiences an abundance of monster action, proving that Hollywood can do right by Godzilla. Scott Collura, IGN2014’s Godzilla made us wait too long for the monster-movie money shots… [this one has] a constant stream of the kind of rock-em-sock-em action that makes you want to see a film like this in the first place. Alonso Duralde, The WrapIt’s like Warner Bros. heard our collective complaints about Godzilla (2014) and unloaded three sequels worth of monster fights into one follow-up. William Bibbiani, Bloody DisgustingThis movie feels more prosaic and less magical. Owen Gleiberman, Variety(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)So most hardcore kaiju fans should appreciate it?Hollywood finally gets kaiju big battles right in Godzilla: King of the Monsters. Alonso Duralde, The WrapEasily the most satisfying of his Hollywood-produced adventures and a respectable cousin to the long string of Japanese ones. John DeFore, Hollywood ReporterThis is a Godzilla movie, and what we’re really here for is to see him kick some serious monster butt. And King of the Monsters pays off in that regard time and again. Scott Collura, IGNIf you go to these things to see cities flambéed and flattened, you won’t leave disappointed. Joshua Rothkopf, Time OutIf not for 1998’s atrocious Matthew Broderick-starring Godzilla, this would be the dumbest English language version to date. Benjamin Lee, GuardianGodzilla: King of the Monsters is now the worst American Godzilla movie. Fred Topel, We Live Entertainment(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)So it s not for everyone?Godzilla: King of the Monsters is not a good movie. In fact, it’s a pretty terrible one. Chris Nashawaty, Entertainment WeeklyThe summer’s first inarguably bad blockbuster. Benjamin Lee, GuardianI’m having a hard time remembering a recent movie I disliked as much as Godzilla: King of the Monsters. Mike Ryan, UproxxThe last movie this big saddled with a story and characters this bad was Independence Day: Resurgence. Matt Singer, ScreenCrushSo the script is the issue?It’s just filled with a lot of stupid characters who all do stupid things to the point that the ‘plot’ is just some crazy afterthought of nonsense. What a mess. Mike Ryan, UproxxWhat complicates matters are the characters themselves…their interpersonal family dynamics are not particularly interesting or engaging. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionThe script, by Dougherty and Zach Shields, has no idea what to do with any of these people. Chris Evangelista, SlashfilmThese characters feel about as detachable as Raymond Burr did in the Americanized Gojira. Joshua Rothkopf, Time OutIt sometimes seems as if, in their attempt to focus on monster action, the filmmakers have cut out material that might have enriched the human side of the tale. John DeFore, Hollywood ReporterThe dialogue ends up being unintentionally funny more often than intentionally so. Katie Rife, AV Club(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)What about the cast?The material is there, and the actors are good enough to handle it, however shallow the characters may seem. Aaron Neuwirth, We Live Entertainment[The] family story [is] made all the more heartfelt thanks to committed performances by Millie Bobby Brown, Vera Farmiga and Kyle Chandler. Alonso Duralde, The WrapVera Farmiga, per usual, is fantastic and Millie Bobby Brown kills it in her feature film debut…the cast as a whole does a tremendous job. Shannon McGrew, Nightmarish ConjuringsVera Farmiga is too level-headed an actress to deliver this stuff as if she believes it, so it just sounds like nutcake raving. Owen Gleiberman, VarietyThe main cast struggles…at least Millie Bobby Brown emerges unscathed. William Bibbiani, Bloody DisgustingWhitford is the only cast member able to make any of the film’s stale, clunky jokes work, and Watanabe brings a remarkable amount of gravitas to his role. Chris Evangelista, SlashfilmWould it be better without the humans?The monsters are the stars of the show, and they don’t disappoint…King Ghidorah, with his regenerating heads and electricity-based powers, is often downright terrifying. Chris Evangelista, SlashfilmI was particularly impressed with the work done with Ghidorah. What was once a wacky three-headed puppet is now a real menace. Aaron Neuwirth, We Live Entertainment[They’re] all realized with designs that call back to their Toho origins while also looking fresh and, basically, fantastic…each monster feels like they have their own, distinct personality. Scott Collura, IGNGodzilla barely appears onscreen until the final act, and doesn’t appear at all for the first 45 minutes. Matt Singer, ScreenCrush(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)How are the monster battles?The monster action in this movie is top-notch across the board, whether it’s creatures being born, creatures battling humans, or creatures battling other creatures. Scott Collura, IGNUnlike other CG-fests, this Godzilla gives us a good look at these iconic monsters and shows us what they’re capable of in battle. Alonso Duralde, The WrapA cornucopia of eye candy that’ll shake your seat and make you cheer…it features some of the most impressive monster fights you’ve ever seen. William Bibbiani, Bloody DisgustingThe ultimate kaiju smack-down shouldn’t be this boring. Chris Evangelista, SlashfilmWhen a movie is just nonstop monster action, guess what happens? It all becomes the new ‘normal’ and it becomes boring. Mike Ryan, UproxxHow does the movie look?The action is pretty legible, all things considered, and the compositions are often beautiful, with a strong element of chiaroscuro. Katie Rife, AV ClubDougherty and cinematographer Lawrence Sher capture all of this destruction with a painter’s eye…the awe and majesty of these massive, god-like beings is rendered perfectly. Chris Evangelista, SlashfilmAwe-inspiring widescreen visuals…the fire-and-brimstone aesthetic assigns a gritty gravitas to the gorgeous imagery, as it augments the narrative’s ecological overtones. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionMost impressive was by far the visuals and the CGI. The special effects used in the creation of Godzilla and the Titans looked positively seamless and beautiful. Shannon McGrew, Nightmarish ConjuringsThe monsters are too darkly shot and edited too frenetically as if he’s trying to hide something. Chris Nashawaty, Entertainment WeeklyPrepare thyself for an entire film built on the concept that, when giant monsters battle each other, they actually create tropical storms, gusting rain, and a baffling amount of cloud cover. Kate Erbland, IndieWireYou may start to long for some daylight clarity — for those moments when you can sit back and gawk at Godzilla and just sort of behold him. Owen Gleiberman, Variety(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)Does it ever feel dated?Like [2018’s] Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, it also feels like it could have been released in the mid-to-late-90s. Benjamin Lee, GuardianThe human cast seems like they’re trapped in a 1990s disaster movie. William Bibbiani, Bloody DisgustingThe film blends bombastic excess and deadpan silliness in a way that recalls late ’90s action films of the Michael Bay/Roland Emmerich school. Katie Rife, AV ClubGodzilla: King of the Monsters never met a sci-fi film it didn’t want to rip off — brace yourself for a dramatic sequence that pulls so liberally from Armageddon that we can only assume Michael Bay is readying a lawsuit. Kate Erbland, IndieWireDoes it leave us looking forward to the next one?We’re now all set up for Godzilla vs. Kong, coming in 2020, but if you told me that the next film in the franchise was Party with Megalon, it would make about as much sense. Owen Gleiberman, VarietyWe shouldn’t wake him up again until there’s a better movie. 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刚进游戏时，复古的界面与背景音乐，与当下主流的手游画面相比，可以说是非常“另类”。歌声是和当下流行歌曲完全不同的复古风格，角色创建界面也呈现出一种复古的味道，而正是这种复古的游戏画面，也让这款游戏有着与众不同的“气质”，这些也是老玩家忘不了的情怀；欧宝体育平台入口(Photo by ©Sony Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection)In 2007, Sam Raimi s Certified Fresh run of Spidey movies came to an end with Spider-Man 3, the barely-Fresh and definitely bloated threequel that saw Tobey Maguire s Peter Parker doing battle with not one, not two, but three villains – while the audience had to battle with a cinematic villain of their own, the jazz-loving Emo Peter.Today, the movie is largely seen as a big misstep for all involved, the film that ended the Maguire Spider-Man era and precipitated the 2010s reboot franchise with Andrew Garfield. (See the 51% Audience Score, the lowest of any live-action Spider-Man movie.) But at the time of its release, critics were happy-ish with what they saw, with enough reviews tilting Fresh for the movie to be sitting at 63% on the Tomatometer.Who s right? Who s wrong? And – we can t stress this enough – what the hell was with that dance sequence?Listen Now: Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | TuneIn | Google Podcasts | Radio Public | Deezer | iHeart | Art19Spider-Man 3 is the subject of the first episode of our brand-new podcast series, Rotten Tomatoes Is Wrong (A Podcast from Rotten Tomatoes). Each week, hosts Jacqueline Coley and Mark Ellis and guests go deep and settle the score on some of the most beloved – and despised – movies and TV shows ever made, directly taking on the statement we hear from so many fans: “Rotten Tomatoes is wrong.”This week, swinging with them through the 2-hour-and-19–minute clash of awesome FX and bizarre soap that is Spider-Man 3, is pop-culture commentator and unabashed Spidey 3 fan girl Roxy Striar, who believes that, despite its flaws, the much-maligned film is Fresh AF; our hosts don t quite see it that way. In this episode, the trio digs into how the glow of Spider-Man 2 might have boosted that score for Spider-Man 3, what went on off-screen that led to an all-in villain fest on-screen, and whether the movie holds up 13 years later in the wake of The Dark Knight trilogy and the MCU.Is Rotten Tomatoes wrong ? Tune in to find out and join the discussion.Meet the hostsJacqueline Coley is an editor at Rotten Tomatoes, with a focus on awards and indie coverage but with a passion for everything, from the MCU to musicals and period pieces. Coley is a regular moderator at conventions and other events, can be seen on Access Hollywood and other shows, and will not stand Constantine slander of any kind. Follow Jacqueline on Twitter: @THATjacqueline.Mark Ellis is a comedian and contributing editor for Rotten Tomatoes. He currently hosts the Rotten Tomatoes series Versus, among others, and can be seen co-hosting the sports entertainment phenomenon Movie Trivia Schmoedown. His favorite Star Wars movie is Jedi (guess which one!), his favorite person is actually a dog (his beloved stepdaughter Mollie), and – thanks to this podcast – he s about to watch Burlesque for the first time in his life. Follow Mark on Twitter: @markellislive.
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(Photo by Kristian King)Twice As Good is part of the Scene in Color Film Series, presented by Target, which shines a light on incredible filmmaking talent. As part of the series, three emerging filmmakers will receive mentorship from producer Will Packer, and their films are available to watch on Rotten Tomatoes, MovieClips Indie Channel, Peacock, and the NBC App.In Twice As Good, from Brooklyn-based filmmaker Kristian King, a high school over-achiever is in a nerve-racking dilemma: It’s College Decision Day, expectations are high, and she’s harboring a weighty secret that could disappoint the family, friends, and teachers who believe in her. (And we mean really believe in her: one teacher regularly bakes her pastries.)Ann Pearson is the over-achiever in question, a valedictorian whose every moment of every day seems marked by a push for perfection. We see papers stamped with A++ and rows of shining trophies. The film’s first spoken words are, in fact, “Perfect as always,” said by Ann’s mom, a lawyer, as her daughter dishes up a flawless omelet for breakfast. The pressure Ann feels to never show a crack – even though she knows one is coming – generates suspense in a story that its creator says shows a different side of Black life in America.“I’ve always been interested in Black stories that explore beyond the stereotypes,” King says. “I grew up in the suburbs amongst high achievers and with a mom who values education. But there’s another side to it, which is that it can be hard to figure out what you want and what you want to do.”Twice As Good is a mirror of King’s own story: She was on the “med school path” studying biology at Duke before discovering her love of film, which put her in her own dilemma – how to tell her parents she no longer wanted to be a doctor. She channeled that experience into the character of Ann. “I wanted to see that portrayed in a Black character,” King says. “I wanted to see someone who is a perfectionist, and had everything right, and really was driven and focused and yet was carrying this huge secret inside of her.”King expertly captures that pressure, aided by a star turn by Sojourner Brown as Ann, and delivers a film deeply relatable to its creator and ultimately moving to those who see it.See more shorts and meet more filmmakers from the Scene in Color Film Series.
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9.85.2 7月喜迎Joel Meares for Rotten Tomatoes: Downhill is a remake of a movie a lot of people have seen and love, but it s got a very different perspective from the original. I m wondering why you felt it was important to see this story through the lens of an American family and an American mother? Well, of course I m a massive fan of the original, which I think is a work of art. But when I heard that Ruben [Östlund, director of Force Majeure] was eager to have it adapted, I wanted to sink my teeth into it, because I thought that an American point of view on this story would be a really interesting way to retell the bones. The DNA of the original is absolutely there, but it would be a new way to retell this story that explores many themes of relationships.The fact that it s an American family in a foreign country, I think that gives a new level to the storytelling. And we did want to open up the world for the character of the wife, because we thought that would be an interesting way to tell the story, and to make sure that she was an active participant, I would say, in the bad behavior. Because there are moments in this film where she really makes some bad decisions on the heels of the big bad decision that her husband has made. The sort of unraveling of the sweater of this story, we wanted to tell from both points of view and to show good people – fundamentally good people – doing bad things, and how do they recover from that, and can they recover from that?The other thing I should say is it s a story, a movie, about truth-telling and taking responsibility for your actions, even when they re not good actions. And I think that is a particularly apt theme for today s climate.Something else that s striking about the film is that it s a movie with a decent budget, with two big stars, being released by a major studio, that s about relationships and human interaction. We don t see a lot of that in the blockbuster age. Was it important for you to be a part of that kind of project?Totally. Are you kidding? I mean, these are movies that I like to see. I think this movie is food for thought. I think it gives you something to really, really talk about afterwards. Lots of things to sort of take apart.Downhill is in theaters February 14, 2020Thumbnail images by Miramax, Cinemcom, Orion courtesy Everett CollectionLike this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
o hint of them at all in the MCU.Kang — Despotic ruler of a far-flung future and would-be ruler of everything. He s been the odds-on favorite from the jump as the character will appear in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. But as we always like to introduce a new character for inclusion in the series, we re going to suggest a specific version of Kang known as Immortus. Hailing from Earth-6311, this Kang is said to be his own ancestor and descendant. His history as a Marvel villain is equally twisty, assuming over a dozen identities across the years and forever scheming to create a timeline he deems as correct. This motivation, above all other things, makes Immortus the seeming answer to Loki’s riddle. But it comes with a caveat: Loki and Immortus have no beef — in the MCU anyway — which would make his reveal somewhat anticlimactic even as it opens a new story going forward.And just to be thorough, we ll add Mephisto, Galactus, and the Living Tribunal to the list. All are wildly unlikely choices, of course. Although the Living Tribunal — a multiversal entity charged with maintaining the balance of mystical energies and good and evil across all realities — could be creating this whole ordeal just to see if Loki is truly capable of change. But would discovering the entire series was a charade leave viewers feeling cheated? This is Loki, so purposely cheating the audience could be in play.Oh, and on that front, we ll add one last suspicion: it could still be Classic Loki playing the longest of games. He is a survivor, after all.Loki s season finale launches on Wednesday, July 14, on Disney+.
(Photo by Rooster Teeth; Mammoth Screen and MASTERPIECE; Dana Starbard/AMC)Updated March 20, 2020There’s so much great stuff to watch, we know. But as cord-cutting becomes more common and networks like NBC, HBO, and CBS decide to stop playing nice with the likes of Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu and launch their own streaming/subscription video on demand (SVOD) platforms or other over-the-top services (OTT), the question is becoming less about what to watch and instead about where to find it.Some choices are obvious, brought to you by established major media brands and are already very much a part of pop culture vernacular:CBS All Access has been churning out new Star Trek series, including Discovery and, the latest, Picard, in addition to series like The Good Wife spin-off, The Good Fight.Sony Crackle is where to find new shows like crime drama The Oath and classics from its library like The Facts of Life and movies like Adaptation and Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. Facebook Watch has been around a few years and has become known for drama series like the anthology Sacred Lies.Disney+ launched in November and gave the world the gift of Baby Yoda through The Mandalorian, a TV series set in the Star Wars universe, in addition to other original content and classics from the Disney film archive.Apple TV+ also launched last year and has already made a name for itself with awards-worthy programming like The Morning Show (although we re partial to period dramedy Dickinson.And there’s more to come. Soon, we ll all have the answer to what is Quibi, the streaming platform that promises to give us quality (or at least enjoyable) content in 10-minutes-or-less morsels. Programs and channels owned by WarnerMedia — think cable channels like HBO and TNT as well as soon-to-launch shows and classic programming like Friends — will soon be housed under the streaming platform HBOMax. And NBCUniversal will soon launch its over-the-top streaming option, Peacock.(Rotten Tomatoes is owned by Fandango, a division of NBCUniversal that includes film and television on-demand streaming service FandangoNow.)There are also more all-encompassing options like Sling TV, PlayStation Vue, and Pluto TV (the latter of which has expertly curated channels, such as Adam Carolla’s one for car buffs called Chassy). And, in perhaps the ultimate example of clearing the clutter, the service VRV will bundle your select streaming video on demand and fandom content. (One of the service s options is NickSplat, a channel featuring Nickelodeon kids content from the 1990s, including CatDog, Rocko s Modern Life, and The Wild Thornberrys).“With SVOD, if you look at the failures, these are things that are pitched at mainstream, big-stream audience [like Seeso or Verizon’s go90], and they just couldn’t make that work, says Todd Spangler, Variety’s New York–based digital editor. On the nichier side of things … I think those are genuine, niche genre categories that can support a smaller subscription base and be profitable. They’re not going to be Netflix, but —”What kinds of niche content options are we talking about, exactly? We’ve rounded up some examples of the diverse specialty streaming sites available. Not specific enough? You can always watch that one Roku channel that only airs episodes of the old game show What’s My Line?For TV Addicts Who Love an Accent: Acorn TVThe Acorn TV subscription-based streaming service is one whose “audience is sophisticated, demanding, and passionate about content,” according to General Manager Matthew Graham when he spoke at the winter 2018 Television Critics Association press tour. Its programming is from the United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and beyond. These include celebrated British murder mysteries like Manhunt (92% Tomatometer), and the soon-to-premiere Deadwater Fell (86% Tomatometer), which stars David Tennant and Cush Jumbo.For Unabashed Anglophiles: BritBoxThis SVOD service, which launched in 2017 as a partnership between BBC and ITV, is a speedy fix to anyone craving classic British programming. “What sets us apart from all the others is our ability to present many of these shows within hours of their U.K. premiere,” BritBox North America president Soumya Sriraman told journalists at the winter 2018 TCA press tour. Highlights include Absolutely Fabulous (96% Tomatometer)and Fawlty Towers (100% Tomatometer), as well as newer titles like the sitcom Mrs. Brown s Boys.For Anime-niacs: CrunchyrollLaunched in 2006, this streaming favorite is synonymous with anime and anime-related products like manga, TV dramas, and music. Still, given the plethora of options available from those markets, Crunchyroll Head of Business Operations Brady McCollum tells Rotten Tomatoes that it becomes a “mix of art and science” to find which programs best fit their TV options. While some titles on the site are expected hits — Dragon Ball Super, Attack on Titan, My Hero Academia — the fans have been known to surprise them (some examples include Darling in the Franxx and Megalobox). McCollum says the team also “see(s) a bright future in creating originals for our passionate community to come together through extraordinary content. One of Crunchyroll’s first original series will be High Guardian Spice, which is about four girls who learn about friendship and allegiances while studying sorcery and battles.For Bollywood Lovers: Eros NowOne of many over-the-top platforms to celebrate all things Bollywood films and other regional programming, Eros grew out of film production company Eros International and, according to its homepage, boasts 100 million registered users and 7.9 million paying subscribers. It also has a lengthy list of television shows and original programs, including sudsy dramas like Kuch Na Kaho, a love story about a couple whose families try to tear them apart.For Those Who Prefer Their Heroes With Capes: DC UniverseDC Universe launched in 2018 and is home to favorites like the 1978 Superman movie and new programs like the animated, but certainly not rated-G, Harley Quinn. Subscriptions also give you access to over 20,000 comic books and information on special events and contests.For Gay-Cinema Devotees: DekkooThis Philadelphia-based streaming service is geared toward gay and bisexual men. It s become known for its trove of art house flicks of pretty much any genre that celebrate or highlight characters who happen to be gay. “When we do our original content, we steer toward episodic because it’s more interesting and it keeps customers attached to the site longer,” says Dekkoo COO Brian Sokel, adding that this also came from necessity as not a lot of TV feature diverse gay characters. “What we find from subscribers is they are looking for content that’s for a gay audience … but they want to be able to see content that’s not about a coming out story; it’s just gay characters in larger stories.” Original series include the dating competition series Love Is Blind (which isn t to be confused with the Netflix series of the same name) and the 20-something comedy I’m Fine.For Korean TV Junkies: KOCOWALaunching as a partnership between South Korea’s three major networks, the Los Angeles–based KOCOWA offers a way for those outside of that country to catch its most popular programming just a few hours after they first air. KunHee Park, the CEO of parent company Korea Content Platform has said that the majority of its users are young, female, and not Asian (In fact, the channel launched in Brazil last year, meaning it now also has Portuguese subtitle options). Popular programming include variety shows like Running Man and dramas like Wok of Love. KOCOWA also has licensing deals with similar services, like the Asian TV powerhouse Viki.For Kevin Hart Disciples: Laugh Out LoudComedian Kevin Hart and studio Lionsgate launched this OTT streaming service in 2017 as a way to showcase content that the comedian endorses and curates. (This is kind of Hart s thing; he also is known for Comedy Central s Kevin Hart Presents: The Next Level, which spotlights up-and-coming talent.) Among the programs on LOL are Cold as Balls, where Hart himself takes ice baths next to the hottest names in sports. There are also comedy specials from D.L. Hughley, Iliza Shlesinger, and more.For Your Baby-Daddy s Online Catfisher/Stripper-Girlfriend: Nosey(Photo by Nosey)Nosey may not be the place to find the most high-brow and intellectually stimulating programming, but have we got a service for those who like to watch hour after hour of men sweating it out over paternity tests. This free app, which is available on the likes of Roku and Google Play, is a carefully curated list of programming like Maury Povich, Jerry Springer — so pretty much every program that would make your family seem like one in Andy Griffith.For Players Who Know When to Hold ’Em, Know When to Fold ’Em: PokerGoAn OTT service that’s willing to bet big on the niche factor? Sam Simmons, VP of content for Poker Central, which oversees PokerGo, says the goal of his service is to “combine the existing television success of longstanding programs like the World Series of Poker with world-exclusive original programming, in order to create a year-round entertainment destination for the game that excites both the most passionate fans and casual enthusiasts.” This means they offer over 100 days of live poker coverage as well as original series like Hand Histories, a new series that looks at real-life gamblers and their stories.For Drama (and Comedy!) Queens: RevryAlia J. Daniels and Chris Rodriguez, two of Revry’s founders, tell Rotten Tomatoes that the goal of their LGBTQ-themed streaming service is to be as inclusive as possible. This isn’t just in regards to gender and sexuality; Revry also strives to highlight racial and ethnic diversity. “I think a driving force behind our programming is reflecting the community as we are as opposed to what’s trendy or what big-wig ex
Comic book TV updates, how to watch the inauguration entertainment, LGBTQ representation on TV is down, a new The Walking Dead season 10 preview, and more of the week s top TV and streaming news.TOP STORYMavel TV Movements: Ethan Hawke and Ramy Star May Calamawy To Join Oscar Isaac on Moon Knight, Loki Season 2, and Crossbones Return(Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images; Marvel Comics; Craig Blankenhorn/Hulu)Ethan Hawke will play the villain in Disney+ Marvel series Moon Knight opposite Oscar Isaac, THR reports. The series titular cult character was created in 1975 as an ex-Marine-turned-mercenary.Plus, May Calamawy, who plays scene-stealing younger sister on the Hulu dramedy Ramy, has been cast in an undisclosed role in Moon Knight. (THR)Little is known about the storyline or tone of the new series, but it is expected to begin production in March in Budapest.In other Marvel series news, Deadline reports that Michael Waldron – the head writer and executive producer of Disney+’s Marvel series Loki – will return “in some capacity” for Loki season 2 as part of a new deal with Disney and Lucasfilm … which suggests, of course, that there will be a season 2, which has not been officially confirmed.Meanwhile, Frank Grillo told Collider he will reprise his role as villainous Crossbones for the upcoming Disney+ animated Marvel series What If …?.Tom Hanks Will Host Inauguration TV Celebration, With Music From Lady Gaga and J. Lo(Photo by Gary Hershorn/NYPPA/TSA/POOL; Frazer Harrison/Getty Images; Steve Granitz/WireImage)One – one of the very few – things nearly everyone can agree on is that Tom Hanks rules, and that makes him the perfect host of Celebrating America, the January 20 special that will wrap up inauguration day events for President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris.The 90-minute show, which will feature appearances by the POTUS and the Veep, will also include Lady Gaga singing the National Anthem, and performances from Jennifer Lopez, Justin Timberlake, Demi Lovato, and Jon Bon Jovi, with more to be named in the coming days. The special, premiering at 8:30 p.m. ET, will air across several networks, including ABC, CBS, NBC, MSNBC, and CNN, as well as streaming on Amazon Prime Video.LGBTQ and Gender Inclusiveness Dropped Slightly This Season Because of Pandemic, GLAAD Study Shows(Photo by FX)A new study released by GLAAD reveals that delays and work stoppages caused by COVID resulted in a small decrease in LGBTQ and gender inclusiveness on TV this season.From a high of 10.2 percent representation for characters across streaming TV and network and cable TV last season, this season representation has dropped to 9.1 percent, the first time there has been a decrease at all since GLAAD’s 2013-14 report.The report, “Where We Are on TV,” revealed that out of 773 series regular characters, 70 were LGBTQ this season on network primetime; last season, 90 out of 879 characters were LGBTQ. The numbers were also down on streaming and cable, largely due to shutdowns on series like The L Word and Killing Eve.Other findings in the report: more than half of LGBTQ characters on cable TV are people of color; female LGBTQ regular and recurring characters on broadcast primetime outnumber males; almost half of LGBTQ characters on scripted cable outlets are found on FX, Freeform, and Showtime; nearly 20 percent of LGBTQ characters on TV spring from just four show creators and writers, including Ryan Murphy, Lena Waithe, Shonda Rhimes, and Greg Berlanti; and the number of characters living with HIV dropped from nine to three, and all three are on the FX drama Pose.PaleyFest 2021 To Feature a Six Feet Under Reunion(Photo by HBO/Getty Images)PaleyFest will be a virtual event again this spring, and the first events for the 2021 version include a Six Feet Under reunion with creator Alan Ball and cast and panels on ABC’s new drama Big Sky and CBS’s The Late Late Show With James Corden. Paley Center members will be able to watch all the PaleyFest events beginning March 23, while non-members can watch them beginning March 29, at the Paley Center Yahoo Entertainment channel.NEW TRAILERS: The Walking Dead Season 10 Bonus EpisodesThe Walking Dead, Season 10, will continue with six special new episodes that were filmed during COVID and will feature special deep-dive storylines, including the long-awaited Negan backstory that will feature Jeffrey Dean Morgan starring opposite his real-life actress wife Hilarie Burton as Negan’s wife Lucille. Premieres Feb. 28 (AMC)More trailers and teasers released this week:• Firefly Lane, season 1, is about the decades-long friendship between friends Tully (Katherine Heigl) and Kate (Sarah Chalke). Premieres Feb. 3 (Netflix)• Flora and Ulysses is a movie adaptation of the book about the friendship between a young girl (Matilda Lawler) and a superpowered, poetry-writing squirrel who helps her understand her parents’ (Alyson Hannigan and Ben Schwartz) divorce. Also strs Danny Pudi. Premieres Feb. 19 (Disney+)• To All the Boys: Always and Forever is a teen romcom and the third and final movie in the To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before movie trilogy, starring Lana Condor and Noah Centineo. Premieres Feb. 12 (Netflix)• Bonding Season 2 finds Tiff and Pete trying to rebound back into the BDSM scene, and a penguin costume is involved. Premieres Jan. 27 (Netflix)• Snowpiercer season 2 features Game of Thrones’ Sean Bean going full on villain, delightfully so, as train owner Mr. Wilford. Stars Daveed Diggs and Jennifer Connelly, Steven Ogg, and Alison Wright. Premieres Jan. 25 (TNT)• Clarice is the TV sequel to Silence of the Lambs, with Clarice Starling (Rebecca Breeds) once again called upon to help track dangerous serial killers, no matter how personally painful it is for her. Also stars Michael Cudlitz, Jayne Atkinson, Nick Sandow, and Kal Penn. Premieres Feb. 11 (CBS)• Losing Alice is a limited series Faustian thriller about a female director who becomes obsessed with a younger screenwriter. Stars Ayelet Zurer. Premieres Jan. 22 (Apple TV)• Men in Kilts: A Roadtrip with Sam and Graham is a roadtrip series that follows Outlander stars Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish on an amazon trip throughout Scotland. Premieres Feb. 14 (Starz)• QAnon is a three-part investigative event unfolding all there is to know about the conspiracy group on the heels of the attack of the U.S. Capitol. Premieres Jan. 26 (ViceTV)• I Care a Lot is a dark comedy thriller about a woman (Rosamund Pike) who becomes very wealthy by scamming elderly people. But then she meets a victim (Dianne Wiest) with ties to a very dangerous gangster. Also stars Peter Dinklage, Chris Messina, Isiah Whitlock Jr., and Alicia Witt. Premieres Feb. 19 (Netflix)For all the latest TV and streaming trailers, subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel.CASTING: The Lincoln Lawyer: Manuel Garcia-Rulfo Will Star in Netflix’s Adaptation of the Legal Drama (Photo by ©Netflix)The Magnificent Seven star Manuel Garcia-Rulfo will star in the David E. Kelly produced Netflix series adaptation of The Lincoln Lawyer, which was adapted as a 2011 movie starring Matthew McConaughey, from the 2005 novel of the same name by Michael Connelly. Garcia-Rulfo will play Mickey Haller, a criminal attorney who operates from a Lincoln Town Car.Keegan-Michael Key will star in and executive produce August Snow, an ABC PI drama based on a series of books by Stephen Mack Jones. Key will play the titular Detroit private eye, a former cop who sued the department in a wrongful dismissal suit and used the payout he got to travel the world. After returning to his beloved city, he spends his cash to try to help his beleaguered city and to hire a band of misfits to help him in his PI business. (Deadline)Sanaa Lathan, Linda Emond, and Korean singer Jihae will have recurring roles on the upcoming third season of Succession, playing a high-profile lawyer, a White House employee, and a public relations executive, respectively.Nathan Lane has lined up a pair of new TV roles: he’ll co-star with Martin Short and Steve Martin in the Hulu comedy Only Murders in the Building, playing a resident of said building and the owner of a grocery store chain; and in the upcoming HBO drama The Gilded Age, he’ll play Ward McAllister, a famous historical figure known for deciding which families could be classified as members of New York’s high society. (Deadline)Daniel Dae Kim and Tony Goldwyn will star in Season 2 of National Geographic’s The Hot Zone: Anthrax, the six-episode story of the 2001 anthrax attacks that caused panic after the 9/11 attacks in the U.S. Kim will play an FBI agent with a microbiology background and Goldwyn will play a microbiologist, with the two initially working together to convince officials of the potential danger the attacks hold and trying to find the person unleashing the anthrax attacks.After Ken Jennings finishes his stint as Jeopardy! guest host, Katie Couric, Aaron Rodgers, Mayim Bialik, and 60 Minutes correspondent Bill Whitaker will make guest appearances leading the trivia game show, with the show making a donation to the charities of their choice as a thank you.Insecure Emmy nominee Yvonne Orji has lined up her next project, starring in the Disney+ half-hour comedy First Gen. The series, produced by Oprah Winfrey and British-born Nigerian actor David Oyelowo, is based on Orji’s life as a Nigerian-born, first-generation American who tries to juggle adjusting to life in America while still honoring her parents and their culture.Rebel Wilson will host Pooch Perfect, ABC’s upcoming dog grooming competition, which will feature Lisa Vanderpump, “celebrity dog groomer” Jorge Bendersky, and vet Callie Harris as judges. Wilson hosted the original Pooch Perfect when it aired in Australia last year. (People)Tony winner Donna Murphy will play the headmistress of the drama-laden prep school at the center of HBO Max’s Gossip Girl reboot. OK! Magazine also reports the show’s first season will have 12 episodes.Andi Mack star Peyton Elizabeth Lee will star in Disney+’s Doogie Howser reboot, playing Lahela “Doogie” Kameāloha, a 16-year-old juggling work as a doctor in Hawaii with life as a teenager.PRODUCTION DEVELOPMENT: FX Orders a Limited Series About Infamous Punk Rockers the Sex Pistols(Photo by Richard E. Aaron/Redferns)FX has ordered Pistol, a limited series about the punk band the Sex Pistols, with Oscar winner Danny Boyle set to direct and executive produce the six-episode project, based on Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones’ 2018 memoir Lonely Boy: Tales from a Sex Pistol. The series, which begins production in March, will star Toby Wallace as Steve Jones, Anson Boon as John “Johnny Rotten” Lydon, Louis Partridge as Sid Vicious, Jacob Slater as Paul Cook, Fabien Frankel as Glen Matlock, Dylan Llewellyn as Wally Nightingale, Sydney Chandler as Chrissie Hynde, Emma Appleton as Nancy Spungen, and Maisie Williams as model/actress/punk icon Jordan.More updates on Showtime’s Dexter 10-episode reboot: It will be set in upstate New York and several new cast members have joined star Michael C. Hall and Clancy Brown, who will play Dexter’s new foe. Julia Jones (The Mandalorian) will play Angela, the first Native American police chief in the small NY town where Dexter will find himself; Johnny Sequoyah (Believe) plays Audrey, Angela’s daughter; Alano Miller (Sylvie’s Love) will play Logan, a local police sergeant and high school wrestling coach; and Jack Alcott (The Good Lord Bird) portrays Randall, who has a “meaningful encounter” with Dexter, Deadline reports.HBO Max has given an eight-episode order to Julia, based on the life of celebrated chef Julia Childs. Sarah Lancashire (Happy Valley) plays Childs, while Frasier alum David Hyde Pierce plays her beloved husband Paul.Apple TV+ is developing a two-part documentary about Oprah Winfrey, from Oscar winner Kevin MacDonald and Emmy nominee Lisa Erspamer, the team behind the Whitney Houston documentary Whitney. (Deadline)Aziz Ansari will return with a third season of his hit Netflix comedy Master of None, set in London, reports Chortle. BAFTA-winning The End of the F**king World actress Naomi Ackie will play his love interest, and Lena Waithe will return as Denise, one of the best friends of Ansari’s Dev. (Chortle)Univision will launch PrendeTV, a free, ad-supported streaming service in the U.S. this quarter. The Spanish-language programming will include 10,000 hours of programming across 30 channels.Black-ish and Grown-ish star Yara Shahidi and her mother are developing Smoakland, a Freeform comedy about Solo, a young woman running a new cannabis company in Oakland. The series is written by The Chi’s Jewel Coronel. (Deadline)As part of a first-look deal with Hasbro-owned studio Entertainment One, House of Cardscreator Beau Willimon is developing a TV adaptation of the classic board game Risk.As The Wall Street Journal predicted last week, Roku and Quibi have made a deal for the short-form programming created by the now-defunct streaming service to land at Roku, which paid reportedly less than 0 million for the rights to nearly billion of Quibi shows.Knight Rider’s AI Car K.I.T.T. Up for Auction(Photo by © Universal TV / Courtesy: Everett Collection)Don’t hassle the Hoff … but, if you are a serious Knight Rider fan with a few hundred thousand extra bucks in your bank account, do bid on his personal (though not verbal) 1982 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am, just like K.I.T.T., which the actor is auctioning.
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