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真人平台登陆采用百度引擎9(Baidu 4)After a decade of mostly producing sequels, Pixar begins a new era of original animated features with the release of Onward. Featuring the voices of Chris Pratt and Tom Holland, the fantasy adventure is co-written and directed by studio vet Dan Scanlon, who previously helmed Monsters University. While still technically garnering Fresh marks from critics, Onward is being labeled a somewhat lesser Pixar effort in the first crop of reviews. Whether it’s too sub-par for recommendation depends on the writer and may depend on your appreciation for its sentiments as well.Here’s what critics are saying about Pixar’s Onward:How does it measure against other Pixar movies?Onward may have taken my number one Pixar spot, and I’m not ashamed to say it.  Rachel Leishman, The Mary SueOnward isn t Pixar s best film, but it s one of its most personal.  Kristen Acuna, InsiderPixar’s latest film, Onward, lives up to its predecessors… albeit slightly underwhelming.  Germain Lussier, io9The majority of Pixar s films are special for one reason or another. Which makes the generic bro humor and familiar Dungeons Dragons role-play vibe of Onward a let-down.  David Rooney, Hollywood ReporterThis is what a disappointing Pixar film is: a perfectly fine one.  Josh Spiegel, SlashfilmThis may not be Pixar’s worst movie… but it sure feels like the weakest.  Roger Moore, Movie NationLesser Pixar is still pretty goood, though, right?Pixar, in its very bravura, has more than earned the right to put out a movie like this one — an unabashed piece of product, a kind of Pixar place-holder made with a tiny dash of soul. Owen Gleiberman, VarietyWhile Onward may not be the strongest Pixar movie, it still delivers on everything fans have come to expect from an animated film produced by the studio. Molly Freeman, ScreenRantIan, Barley, and their dad s legs story is a worthy addition to the studio s impeccable catalogue. I went in with doubt. Now, I can t wait to see it again. Alison Foreman, MashableWhile its emotion and structure are certainly uneven, there’s not anything truly bad to say about it. Germain Lussier, io9(Photo by Disney/Pixar)Is it original enough?Some may find that Pixar is retracing its steps a bit… [but] Onward rarely feels formulaic because its characters and setting are so specific. Matt Goldberg, ColliderThis particular once-upon-a-time scene setter feels curiously, even knowingly derivative. Justin Chang, Los Angeles TimesThe emotion in Onward is earned, and the situational setup seems unique. It’s all… fine, but also overly familiar. Josh Spiegel, SlashfilmHow is the story?Scanlon, Jason Headley and Keith Bunin’s screenplay functions at its best when it’s leaning into sincerity over silliness. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionSave for a few by-the-book action sequences and corny gags, Onward maintains its clever balance of formula all the way through an emotional climax. Eric Kohn, IndieWireWhile Onward is a distinctly colorful animated film, its story feels like a variant on a low-key dramedy you might find at Sundance. Josh Spiegel, SlashfilmThis is a movie about two kids resurrecting their dead dad’s crotch and it’s just the WEIRDEST thing. Mike Ryan, Uproxx(Photo by Disney/Pixar)Are there memorable characters?In addition to the filmmakers’ forward-thinking approach to dealing with grief, they approach traditional character archetypes with just as much innovation. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionThere’s a lesbian character in Onward… but the most revolutionary thing that Pixar has done in advance of the movie’s release is not tell anyone about it. Sam Adams, SlateThis is a pretty uninspired bunch… characters that often feel like plot padding. David Rooney, Hollywood ReporterHow are the performances?Holland and Pratt, both MCU stalwarts, show great vocal chemistry as two brothers bonded together through family and tragedy. Robert Daniels, 812filmreviewsHolland and Pratt have a winning rapport, in part because they could be starring in a parallel-universe Avengers spinoff with Spider-Man and Star-Lord. Justin Chang, Los Angeles Times[Pratt’s] vocal performance is the film’s highlight, as he returns to his Andy Dwyer days. Josh Spiegel, SlashfilmPratt and Holland make for a loving vocal duo, oozing with audible affection, but voice acting veteran Mel Rodriguez steals the show as Laurel s cop boyfriend Colt Bronco. Alison Foreman, MashableIs Onward funny?Combining stellar visual comedy with memorable dialogue, Onward makes the most of every joke and bit on its path. Alison Foreman, MashableOnward is 100 percent Weekend at Bernie’s for kids… that the filmmakers did this is funnier than most of the actual jokes in the movie. Joshua Rivera, The VergeOnward wisely leans more on humor than drama to get its message across. David Sims, The AtlanticOnward may be hilarious, but it is so much more than that. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyThe situational humor in Onward is fleeting. Josh Spiegel, SlashfilmThere isn’t a laugh in it. Roger Moore, Movie NationPixar being Pixar, will have you laughing constantly until the climax reduces you to a puddle of tears. Matt Goldberg, Collider(Photo by Disney/Pixar)So it s another Pixar tearjerker?Onward isn t Pixar s biggest tearjerker, but expect to find yourself tearing up a bit throughout. Kristen Acuna, InsiderGet ready to ugly cry – especially those who’ve lost someone near and dear. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionWhat makes this one pretty good, and sometimes inspired, is that… all those emotions seem to spring naturally from the story’s intricate roots. Justin Chang, Los Angeles TimesAs I’m getting ready to write about the heart of this movie, I’m crying again. Rachel Leishman, The Mary SueHow does it look?Onward is a visual treat throughout. It almost goes without saying now with Pixar that everything looks gorgeous, but the fantastical world they ve built is vibrant and packed with detail. Ian Sandwell, Digital SpyThe animation’s good, lovely but not dazzling. Roger Moore, Movie NationFrom a visual standpoint, the movie offers few surprises… but script and character generally overwhelm the need for technological innovation. Eric Kohn, IndieWireThe backgrounds around Barley and Ian are so meticulously designed, with even photorealistic dust particles floating around the house, that it jars with the more traditionally cartoonish design of its fanciful characters. David Crow, Den of GeekMostly, the look is disappointingly pedestrian. David Rooney, Hollywood Reporter(Photo by Disney/Pixar)Who is Onward best suited for?Far more a film for adults than Pixar’s ever done. Robert Daniels, 812filmreviewsIf you like classic, high fantasy settings inspired by stuff like Dungeons Dragons and Magic: The Gathering, you’ll love what Scanlon and his team have done here with Onward. Matt Goldberg, ColliderThe best thing that Scanlon’s film does is that it gives audiences of all ages (but especially young kids) the tools to work through sorrow in a safe space. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionOnward is in theaters on March 6.

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All good things must come to an end, and with the season 6B premiere of Vikings hitting our television screens on December 30, the end of History’s beloved series is near.The first 10 episodes of the season served as the perfect setup to its final, killing off a few major characters — we still haven’t quite recovered from Lagertha’s (Katheryn Winnick) unceremonious stabbing — and setting in motion an epic conclusion for Ragnar’s sons, now seven years in the making.But before Vikings sets sail to Valhalla for good, we’ve got several lingering questions we’d like to see answered, especially considering the midseason finale that left our central hero’s fate in the balance.Is Bjorn Dead or Alive After Getting Stabbed by Ivar?(Photo by Jonathan Hession/History)No surprise here: The biggest burning question going into this final stretch of episodes is whether or not Bjorn (Alexander Ludwig) actually died by Ivar’s sword, as shown in a surreal and disorienting battle at the tail end of 6A. Is he gravely wounded? Was it all a dream? Or is this actually the last that we’ll see of Ludwig’s formidable warrior?Speaking with Rotten Tomatoes, creator Michael Hirst remained characteristically tight-lipped about what’s to come, but he did tease that dead or alive, Bjorn will continue to be a presence this season. Just as Ragnar (Travis Fimmel) continues to be a name on everyone’s lips, his first son also casts a long shadow in life and in death.“These are presences in the show right to the end, powerful presences, part of the pantheon and sort of mythic figures in the Vikings world,” Hirst said. “So they’re still alive in many different ways.”And for what it’s worth, Ludwig, without giving away his character’s fate, told us that there’s no other way he’d rather the show end  — what Hirst has crafted is exactly what it should be.“I’m really objective, and I hate watching myself because I’m always really hard on myself, but I will say that I do love this show as a fan, I really do, and as somebody who’s incredibly critical of everything I do, I believe that this show is ending exactly how it should,” Ludwig said. “The fans are going to be really happy with the ending.”Scanning the latest trailers for the final season, Ludwig’s Bjorn is shown to be bedridden and surrounded by loved ones and viking leaders, which likely dispels any online theories that the battle sequence that ended in Ivar stabbing his brother was all a surreal dream. So perhaps he’s wounded and will live to fight another day? There are also glimpses of Bjorn riding horseback, and the season’s promotional poster itself features a grizzled, sword-wielding Bjorn, all indicating that we haven’t seen the last of him in battle yet. (Thank the gods!) Anything less would leave us feeling a bit cheated, considering the pedigree of loss and hardship Bjorn has weathered along the way, most recently the death of Lagertha, his unborn child, and Hali, his son by Torvi, and the loss of the elected crown.What Is Ivar’s Endgame With Oleg, Igor, and Hvitserk?(Photo by Bernard Walsh/History)We all know at this point just how masterful a strategist Ivar (Alex Høgh Andersen) truly is. And now that it appears the Rus army wrapped season 6A with a clear upper hand over Bjorn and King Harald (Peter Franzén), one must wonder what will come of his alliance with the young King Igor (Oran Glynn O Donovan), the rightful heir to Kievian Rus, and his manipulative, calculating uncle, Prince Oleg (Danila Kozlovsky). Of course, Ivar has had his eyes on the throne for years and is currently promised to inherit the crown as Norway’s King. But what if Oleg betrays that promise? Audiences have been privy to the mounting gameplay Ivar’s been aligning against Oleg should a coup be deemed necessary, so we’re eager to see how their relationship develops in these last 10 episodes. Where Oleg’s wife, Katia (Alicia Agneson) — whom Ivar believes is his dead wife resurrected — fits into that scheme also remains to be seen. But for now, as indicated in the finale earlier this year, the mood is joyous, celebratory, and drunk.As for Hvitserk (Marco Ilsø), he and Ivar have always had a, let’s say, contentious relationship. The fact that they’re back in arms together after Hvitserk accidentally killed Lagertha, was spared execution, and under Bjorn’s orders was banished from Kattegat — and, let’s not forget, after Ivar killed Thora (Eve Connolly) at the end of season 5 — definitely reeks of trouble. Too much baggage, resentments, and habits of fratricide sit between them and a happy, brotherly ending. How it all plays out, though — will Hvitserk make good on his supposed fate to kill Ivar? — is at this point anyone’s guess.King Harald Is Assumed Dead on the Battlefield — What Will Become of Norway?(Photo by Jonathan Hession/History)If there was ever a moment to prove that he deserved to be crowned King of Norway, the battle with the Rus at the end of 6A was it. Unfortunately, King Harald wasn’t quite up to snuff. (Are we all that surprised?) When news arrives of the approaching Rus army, Harald is unable to bring Norway’s kingdoms together for battle and is ultimately left shorthanded and unprepared. Throw into the mix the fact that he raped Bjorn’s wife, Ingrid, before that battle, we can’t say we were all that sad to see him bleeding out on the field. But never speak too soon: We never got any confirmation that he died after Erik the Red (Eric Johnson) left him for such and took his crown, so his future on the series is still unclear. And speaking of Erik, we can’t help but wonder what he’s going to do with the crown, leaving Harald for dead and with the knowledge that Bjorn is gravely injured, it appears as if Norway may need to find a new head to rest its power upon.Will Torvi and Ubbe Finally Make it to the Golden Land?(Photo by Jonathan Hession/History)We also expect these final episodes to conclude the years-long setup of how the vikings will make their way from Iceland to the so-called Golden Land — widely anticipated to be North America. On that quest by way of Iceland is Torvi (Georgia Hirst) and Ubbe (Jordan Patrick Smith), and at the end of season 6A, they had invited the help of Othere (Ray Stevenson), a mysterious wanderer who’s claimed to have charted the western seas and in his travels came up this “golden land.” Soon after his appearance in Iceland, it’s learned that he is actually a converted Anglo-Saxon monk named Athelstan, and he is hoarding a violent past. After killing a viking and taking his name, he left the missionary life behind and is now infiltrating the voyage efforts of Torvi and Ubbe. As it stands, his intention is unclear, and given his history, we’re not immediately on board to trust him. But if he can lead our heroes to the Golden Land, then perhaps it’s worth it to keep him around. Plus, if anyone has the answers behind Floki’s true fate, it may well be Othere.Another note of interest: Let’s loop back to Erik the Red. In real-world vikings history, Leif Erikson was the first viking to set foot on North America and went on to settle Newfoundland. Erik the Red, as it so happens, is Leif Erikson’s father. So were Hirst to stick closely to the factual history of the matter (which, of course, is not always the case in Vikings), we may also see Erik somehow involving himself in the Iceland camp’s voyage west.What Characters From Vikings’ Past Will Return Before the Finale?(Photo by Jonathan Hession/History)Speaking of Floki (Gustaf Skarsgård), wouldn’t it be nice to get some definitive closure on our favorite ship builder before Vikings comes to an end? It also gets us thinking about who else may show up between now and the series finale. The first half of season 6 has largely zeroed in on Iceland, Scandinavia, and Rus; is a trip back to Wessex and our friend King Alfred (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo) in store? Rollo (Clive Standen) is already known for making an unannounced grand return to the series; should we be holding our breath for him? And as Hirst says himself, these characters never really die. Could Ragnar and Lagertha appear in flashbacks or dreams? Is there room for a full-on cast reunion onscreen? We hope so!Whoever comes back for this last round of action, Ludwig assures us that it’s happening: “Some of the fan-favorites may or may not make a return, and I’m really, really looking forward to the response,” he said. “I don’t think there’s a better way that it could’ve ended.”And about that ending, Hirst said that we should prepare to say goodbye to more major players than just Lagertha: “I had to kill off some of the characters I’ve loved the most, and that was never easy,” he said.But he promises that every shocking twist in the remainder of this journey is worth it and all feed the larger story he’s long had in the pipeline.“What I can say is that these episodes are literally full of surprises and unexpected visitations or appearances, and the thing to expect is the unexpected,” he said. “I’m not going to go into detail, but the show is rounded off in many respects, and I hope in a very satisfactory way. That was what I needed to do.”In the end, what if you’re not happy with the result? Well, Hirst rests easy with the knowledge that he is the only one to blame.“You know there are certain shows, and you probably could name them — very good shows that had very poor endings,” he teased. “And I suspect that that was because there were a number of people involved in the decision about how they should end and how they should be written, and people would disagree. But in this case, it was just me, and the only person I could argue with was myself. So I felt that if I was able to conclude these different storylines — there are three different storylines in these 10 episodes — if I could conclude them satisfactorily and with justice, then I was fairly sure that the audience would find the ending satisfying, too, because these are characters I love, these are characters I lived with for seven years. So I didn’t want to cheat anybody, and I worked very hard not to do that.”Vikings’ final episodes premiere December 30, 2020, on Amazon Prime Video.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week. 游昕网络冰雪之城【游昕网络冰雪之城】延续非常经典的冰雪复古传奇玩法完全免费,全新玩法,经典复古的玛法大陆重现你的眼前,感兴趣去的兄弟快来本站下载这款传奇手游吧。
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R.I.P. Stan Lee: The World Loses a LegendEvery Stan Lee Movie RankedMarvel Stars Pay Tribute to Stan LeeAll Upcoming Stan Lee Movie CameosAs the story often goes, Stan Lee, who passed away early Monday morning, was tired of working at Martin Goodman’s comic book company. His wife, Joan, suggested he pitch one last title and do it the way he felt a comic story should be told. Alongside genius co-creator Jack Kirby, his “last” comic book was The Fantastic Four, which lead to an ongoing series of new titles and ushered in the Marvel Age of comics.But Lee, who always hoped to leave comics behind to write the Great American Novel, also had bigger ambitious for characters he co-created, including The Fantastic Four, Thor, Black Panther, and The X-Men. Early on, he saw that they had the potential to transfer to other media. Here’s just a few way he helped comic books in transitioning to film and television.He Worked On The 1960s Marvel Super Heroes CartoonWhile still writing titles and acting as an editor and art director for Marvel in 1966, Lee also worked on Grantray-Lawrence Animation s The Marvel Super Heroes animated series. While Goodman negotiated the deal with Grantray-Lawrence and the company chose which Marvel characters would be featured, Lee nonetheless worked on the series, helping to reform stories written by him and people like Kirby, Spider-Man co-creator Steve Ditko, and others.The series focused on Captain America, The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man, Thor, and Namor. Each starred in their own sub-series ripped from the pages of Marvel s recent comic books. The animation generally consisted of photocopied images pulled directly from recent issues of the various characters’ comics — or even early issues of The Avengers — with the images manipulated to create the illusion of animation and limited lip-sync. But despite its technical limitations, the series expanded Marvel’s reach into homes all over the country, creating life-long fans thanks to memorable theme songs for Thor, Captain America, and Iron Man. In interviews, Lee would admit he did not write the lyrics, but always wished he could claim those catchy tunes for himself.His Characters Came to Screen In the 1967 Fantastic Four Animated SeriesWhile not directly involved in the 1967 Hanna-Barbera Fantastic Four animated series, Lee’s influence could still be felt thanks to the story material adapted by the producers. Episodes featured key villains like The Mole Man and Galactus, while Dr. Doom’s origin received an episode-long origin story. The Skrulls and the Silver Surfer also made appearances and many of the stories were based on the early Lee and Kirby issues of Fantastic Four even as they were redesigned by Hanna-Barbera and comics legend Alex Toth.The series also led to the X-Men’s first television appearance when The Marvel Super Heroes adapted Fantastic Four #6, but substituted the Merry Mutants — referred to as “the Allies for Peace” — in for the FF, whose rights were already in the hands of Hanna-Barbera. Nowadays, rights confusion over characters is a well-known issue in the world of comics-to-screen adaptations, but this may be the first instance of comic-book characters disappearing from a television adaptation of one of their own stories.The 1970s: The Incredible Hulk, Spider-Man, and Dr. Strange Come to TVIn 1972, Lee became the publisher of Marvel Comics and largely left writing and creating to a new generation of writers, artists, and editors. And while he continued to have a hand in some creative aspects of the business – like the daily Spider-Man comic strip – Lee found himself shepherding the Marvel heroes through Hollywood as the characters began to emerge in the uncharted realm of live action. Before long, CBS debuted The Incredible Hulk.(Photo by ©Universal Television/courtesy Everett Collection)The 1977 series, starring Bill Bixby as Dr. David Bruce Banner, was developed by Kenneth Johnson and followed the format of ABC s hit series The Fugitive. Each week, Banner would move into a new town and involve himself in local affairs until the Hulk explosively assisted Banner’s new friends. Sadly, word of the creature’s appearance would reach an investigative reporter hunting the Hulk, forcing Banner to look for peace somewhere else. The Incredible Hulk ran for five seasons.At nearly the same time, Lee sold CBS the rights to make a live-action version of The Amazing Spider-Man. Populating his world with new characters – J. Jonah Jameson was the only carryover in the regular cast – the show was not as successful as The Incredible Hulk, leading CBS to air it in a strange, inconsistent schedule. The two produced seasons amounted to only 13 episodes before the network pulled the plug.Nonetheless, the network soldiered on with a Dr. Strange pilot and two Captain America TV movies staring Reb Brown. Soon, Lee found himself spending more time in Los Angeles than in New York. In 1981, he and his wife finally moved to Los Angeles intent on making Marvel Productions a mover and shaker in film and television. Successes would include Marvel’s work on The Transformers and G.I. Joe. But after a handful of Incredible Hulk TV movies in the 1980s, television shows based on Marvel characters were few and far between. While Marvel regained a foothold in children s animation through the 1990s, it would not be until 2013’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. that a Marvel live-action series would be a success.Lee s Characters Come to Dominate the Box Office, The MCU Is BornMeanwhile, on film, characters co-created by Lee grew to be a box office force in the early part of the 21st century. It all begins with 2000’s X-Men, which featured Lee and Kirby characters like Cyclops, Professor X, Magneto, and Jean Grey. Soon after, Lee and Ditko’s Spider-Man would star in his own film courtesy of director Sam Raimi.(Photo by Columbia/courtesy Everett Collection)But behind the scenes, Marvel was becoming less satisfied with their financial participation in films produced by 20th Century Fox and Sony. These films, based on the company’s most popular characters, inspired many of Marvel’s executives to try their hand at producing films on their own. With the X-Men, The Fantastic Four, Spider-Man, Blade, Daredevil, and a few others unavailable, the newly formed Marvel Studios looked closer at Lee and Kirby characters like Iron Man and Thor for inspiration.They also identified another key aspect of Lee’s writing to create a unique momentum with their films. From The Fantastic Four on, the Marvel Comics Universe was a (mostly) cohesive world. Most of the new superheroes Lee and Kirby created were based in New York and crossed over into each other’s titles. The concept may have been borrowed from DC Comics’ Golden Age Justice Society of America, but Lee, Kirby, Ditko, and others made their world feel alive and dynamic with the Fantastic Four guest starring in The Amazing Spider-Man and vice-versa. Soon enough, Iron Man, Thor, the Hulk, Ant-Man. and the Wasp would form their own super team and revive Captain America to join their crew.Many years later, Marvel Studios would choose to adopt that crossover energy and lead to an Avengers of their own. As in comics, the pieces were always there to make it happen on film, but Lee’s efforts helped to point the way.The CameosAnd, of course, Stan Lee will leave a mark behind thanks to his penchant for making brief appearances in Marvel movies. It began innocuously enough in the 1989 TV movie The Trial of the Incredible Hulk and in some of the animated series, but that foundation led to his on-screen appearance in X-Men. He also appeared as a mail man in the first Fantastic Four film, receiving speaking lines. With his iconic look and distinctive voice, he would appear in all of the Marvel Studios films, as well as projects featuring characters he did not create, like Deadpool, and even make a cameo appearance in Teen Titans GO! to the Movies, poking fun at his hat-tip presence in comic book movies.(Photo by @ 20th Century Fox Film Corp. All rights reserved.)He also played himself in Kevin Smith’s 1995 film Mallrats, in which he gave main character Brodie (Jason Lee) some sage wisdom even as Brodie kept asking him about the Hulk’s junk.If nothing else, Lee was always a sport on film, playing strip club MCs, bus drivers, and concerned citizens helping people out of harm s way. He got in the characters ways sometimes, or even reminded them that one person can make a difference. As with the universe-building he indulged in during the 1960s, the notion of creator cameos predated Lee s Incredible Hulk appearance, but he and the directors of each project gave it a unique spin each time. And when the first Marvel film unspools without a cameo from Stan the Man, his absence will be felt.真人平台登陆Do the stars of aspiring holiday classic Last Christmas know their classic holiday movies? We put Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding, who headline Paul Feig s new Christmas flick, to the test with a special edition of our game, Name the Review. The game is straightforward enough: The duo reads one-liners from movie reviews of holiday classics and have to guess which movies are being reviewed. Simple right? Not as simple as it sounds. Check out Clarke and Golding as they struggle – hilariously – to guess Yuletide classics from It s A Wonderful Life to The Santa Clause.

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In a nation where a movie called Crazy Rich Asians breaks theatrical records, K-pop albums can hit #1 on the Billboard charts, and anime and vintage Japanese pop songs connect online communities together violent hate crimes against Asians have skyrocketed. Where Minari is foreign according to the Golden Globes, despite being written and directed by an American filmmaker, telling a story set in and about America. It s a movie that exists within an enormous entertainment industry which pushes progress, yet regularly reports its box office demographic breakdowns by defining Asians as literally Other. In this moment of achievement and anger arrives Raya and the Last Dragon, releasing simultaneously in theaters and on Disney+ on March 5. Kelly Marie Tran leads a majority Asian-American voice cast as Raya, who resurrects a legendary yet juvenile dragon (Awkwafina) to assist undoing a spell that has rendered her father and kingdom-people to stone. The rest of the cast including Gemma Chan, Daniel Dae Kim, Sandra Oh, and Benedict Wong reflect the eclectic, imaginative world of Raya, which draws influence and inspiration from Malaysia, Thailand, Myanmar, the Philippines, and more Southeast Asian countries.We spoke with Qui Nguyen, who co-wrote Raya and the Last Dragon with Adele Lum. A Vietnamese-American playwright who got into Marvel s writers program, and has written and worked on stories for Incorporated, The Society, and Dispatches from Elsewhere, Nguyen gets his first credited movie screenplay with Raya. Here, he talks about how he got into the Disney fold, the opportunity of helping create something that will inspire the next generation, and making sure the fights (and all the food!) was just right in the new film.(Photo by Disney)Alex Vo for Rotten Tomatoes: So I’m pretty sure you’re the first Vietnamese-American writer to be credited for screenplay on a major Hollywood production.Qui Nguyen: That’s crazy. I didn t know that. I mean, it s been a complete blessing to do this. This goes down to the big dream: Being a writer and to be able to tell a story like this for my kids.I grew up in Arkansas. I didn t ever see anyone who looked like me. And I didn t really get to see myself up on screen except for Vietnam War movies. So we were either sidekicks or we were victims. To be able to be part of this film and create characters who celebrate Southeast Asian cultures specifically one that is voiced by Kelly Marie Tran which my kids can see and feel empowered by is such a big deal. I got to affect and change and shape a character that will be part of the Disney canon forever.What was the process of joining Disney and this project? What was it like once you got into the studio?Nguyen: I was actually already working on the lot across the street from Disney over at Marvel as part of the writers program. And I came across the street just as a general meeting that happens out here in LA. I met with one of the execs here and she was like, Hey, would you ever want to do something like this? I was just very, very honest with her: It would be a dream to be able to make a big Hollywood film. To make a movie as big as something like this that I know everyone will see that would celebrate us.Ironically, I came back and interviewed with Don [Hall], the co-director of Raya, on a different project. And I ended up working with him on that. I still am working with him on that movie. And then about a year-and-a-half ago, Raya was coming up and they were at a point where they wanted to solidify the script. Adele was shaping the world and the characters at that point. And then I came in and they teamed me up with the Adele to officially write the script with Don and Carlos [López Estrada] as directors. And we created something that I think both Adele and I are very proud of.(Photo by Disney)An initial script had already been written by the time Adele and you joined. How much was changed or developed from there?Nguyen: At its inception, Disney wanted something that celebrates Southeast Asian cultures. They wanted to do an epic fantasy film, and they wanted to base it around a female warrior who is basically bringing a whole bunch of fractured countries together to save it through unity. A part of that first pitch that still exists to this day. And through that, there were iterations that Adele worked on. She wrote different scripts of it, just exploring the world, exploring the characters, before you re like, Oh, this is the plot. And then by the time I came in, a lot of the DNA is there. The father-daughter relationship is there. A lot of the character archetypes that were there. When I came in, I had the chance to shape the characters. I was like, Here’s the personality that we should give Raya that s different than the lone warrior that we re used to seeing. It was stuff like that, helping shape the specificity of the world. We knew that the movie was always going to be about unity. But unity isn t a verb. It s really hard to do that. So the one extra step was going, “Well, how do you achieve unity?” You have to find the bravery to trust, especially trusting people that perhaps wronged you. And so what does that take? It was the active thing we tried to imbue Raya with throughout the journey in this film.Being Asian-American is not a monolithic experience. Japanese-American history is very different from Korean-American history and that’s different from Chinese-American history. Is there anything about being Vietnamese-American, or Vietnamese history, that you brought specifically to Raya?Nguyen: It s hard to go into specific details without spoiling it, but the things that were important to me was definitely the chance to create these characters that someone that looked like me could see and be very, very proud of.I have kids and it s something I always think about a lot. It’s one thing for me to tell them to be proud of who they are and the cultures that they come from, because I m their dad and that s what I m supposed to do. But it doesn t land the same way as when you get to see it on a big screen. There is something very empowering because for the longest time, we ve always had to put our faces on people that don t look like us. I was like, I have to pretend to be Captain America. I had to pretend to be Peter Parker. I can pretend to be Black Panther, but I m putting it on their face. It’s something else to have the kid next to me who has blonde hair and blue eyes, look up, and go, Oh, I want to be Raya. Or this person who s Black say, I want to be Raya. That positive influence is something that is really, really important, to give that context for my kids.(Photo by Disney)You’re a martial arts advocate and beyond writing you also helped ensure the accuracy of the fights in Raya, that even though it’s a fantasy movie, the action is grounded and realistic. Anything you’re particularly proud of?Nguyen: I was one of the five consultants on this film, and it was a big pleasure of mine because it s a big passion. I ve been a lifelong martial artist. Like, if you loved Karate Kid, you could go study Kenpo karate. If you loved Bruce Lee, then you could go study Wing Chun or Jeet Kune Do. I wanted it so if you saw Raya and you loved it, you could actually go study the martial arts. Pencak silat, Muay Thai kickboxing, traditional Vietnamese wrestling, Arnis, Kali those were the martial arts that I really wanted to show off.But I think if I m being super selfish about it, there was a part of me that wanted to do this because martial arts is how I connected with my father. One of the central relationships in the film is about Raya and her dad. Her dad turning to stone and that desire to save him is the thing that s going to drive her. And I was like, Well, what is something that I personally connect with Raya s dad teaches her how to fight, and my dad taught me how to fight. These traditional martial arts of our cultures is a very visceral thing. And now it s something I do with my kids. I m now teaching them martial arts that I grew up with.There’s a fight in the movie where you could tell that it s a Pencak silat fighter and a Muay Thai fighter. They re throwing knees and elbows at each other. That s not something you often see in an animated film. There is a version where you can amp that up and make it into a hard R action movie if you wanted to. Obviously, we don t ever cross that line. But it is something that I think that I m excited for my dad to see, because obviously I want to make a movie that my kids will enjoy watching, but I also want to watch a movie that I can sit with my parents and go, Hey, dad, this is for you and mom. This is a celebration of all of us and the achievement of the American dream that you set up for me. When I started out to being a writer, they thought I was going to be a bum my whole life. And for 15 years of my life, I probably was a bum. And now to be here doing this, they finally get it. And they’re so proud. It’s also just one of those things that I got to connect with Kelly Marie Tran a little bit about that stuff.

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bly worth tuning in. Gunn will be answering fan questions about the reboot, and the panel description states that the members of Task Force X (i.e. The Suicide Squad) will join for a fast-paced, no-holds-barred Squad Showdown that tests every team member’s Squad knowledge — and survival skills. What that means is anyone s guess, and while no names are listed in the description itself, we know that Margot Robbie, Idris Elba, Alice Braga, John Cena, Pete Davidson, and Nathan Fillion are scheduled to show up, among others (and they re in the trailer).The Snyder Cut of Justice League(Photo by DC Entertainment)When: 2:30 pm (PT)Length: 25 minutesThe fans who clamored for the mythical Snyder Cut of Justice League are finally getting their wish, as the purest version of director Zack Snyder s film is scheduled to premiere on HBO Max in 2021. With that in mind, Snyder will answer fan questions and welcome a few surprise guests likely at least Gal Gadot and Ezra Miller, both of whom have panels before this one.The Flash (TV)(Photo by DC Entertainment)When: 2:54 pm (PT)Length: 16 minutesOne of only two TV-specific panels that were moved to the Hall of Heroes presentation after FanDome was split into two days, The Flash panel will feature executive producer Eric Wallace and stars Grant Gustin, Candice Patton, Danielle Panabaker, Carlos Valdes, Danielle Nicolet, Kayla Compton and Brandon McKnight as they reminisce over Season 6 and look ahead to Season 7. In addition, they ll also preview a sneak peek at the black-and-white noir-themed episode Kiss Kiss Breach Breach, which was supposed to have run as part of Season 6 before the pandemic hit. It should be noted that this panel has been dramatically shortened to 16 minutes to fit into the Hall of Heroes schedule, so we may not get everything described above on August 22, but it looks like the full 40-minute presentation will be broadcast on September 12.Black Adam(Photo by DC Enteratinment)When: 3:10 pm (PT)Length: 15 minutesWe re finally getting the Black Adam movie in 2021 or we expect to get it in time for Christmas, anyway and star Dwayne Johnson will be doing a Q A session to give fans a taste of what his first comic book superhero movie will look like. The description for the panel also mentions a few surprises, so we may get some info on how the film may tie in to Shazam! (more on that movie below).Titans (TV)(Photo by Warner Bros.)When: 3:50 pm (PT)Length: 15 minutesThis is the second television series, along with The Flash, that was deemed worthy to move from its original placement in the WatchVerse module to the prime Hall of Heroes lineup, so that already hints that the panel will deliver something special for the fans. However, also like The Flash, the length of the panel has been cut down from its original 30-minute slot in order to fit here, but when it resurfaces on FanDome s September 12 broadcast, we ll get the whole shebang. With all of that said, the panel is set to include stars Brenton Thwaites, Anna Diop, Teagan Croft, Ryan Potter, Conor Leslie, Curran Walters, Joshua Orpin, Damaris Lewis, with Alan Ritchson and Minka Kelly as they talk about the upcoming third season and possibly unveil a premiere date.Aquaman(Photo by Warner Bros.)When: 4:05 pm (PT)Length: 10 minutesSure, Aquaman has been out for a couple of years now, so a retrospective look at the film may not be the most earth-shattering thing on your list. That said, director James Wan and co-star Patrick Wilson will be on hand for a brief look back at the world of Atlantis with some behind-the-scenes material, and that could potentially lead into some new info or some sort of a teaser for either Aquaman 2 (due out in 2022) or the horror-themed spinoff The Trench (reportedly due out sometime before Aquaman 2), both of which are in active development right now.SHAZAM!(Photo by DC Entertainment)When: 4:40 pm (PT)Length: 10 minutesLike Aquaman, Shazam! has already come and gone from theaters, but unlike the panel for that film, the description for this one specifically teases that star Zachary Levi and co-stars Asher Angel, Jack Dylan Granger, Faithe Herman, Meagan Good, and Mark Strong will discuss what the next movie might be about, along with surprise guests. Again, this could all point to the eventual Black Adam/Shazam! crossover everyone is expecting.The Batman(Photo by @mattreevesLA)When: 5:30 pm (PT)Length: 30 minutesThe primetime evening slot goes to Matt Reeves  The Batman, possibly the most anticipated film of the event, if only because we ve gotten a fair amount of detail about Wonder Woman 1984 but still don t know a whole lot about the latest iteration of the Caped Crusader. Reeves will be joined by FanDome host Aisha Tyler to talk about the upcoming film, and while the description mentions a surprise (or two), we know that Robert Pattinson is supposed to show up at some point, so there could be some big reveals in store.DC FanDome s Hall of Heroes presentations begin at 10:00 am (PT) on Saturday, August 22. Click here for the full schedule.Thumbnail images by DC Entertainment

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3.35.3 6月喜迎This week s Ketchup brings you another 10 headlines from the world of film development news (the stories about what movies Hollywood is working on for you next), covering stories for titles like Aladdin 2, The Batman, Hamilton, and Porgy and Bess.This WEEK S TOP STORYDISNEY S LIVE-ACTION ALADDIN GETS A SEQUEL(Photo by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Disney s CGI remake of The Lion King was one of last year s biggest box office hits (.65 billion and #2 behind Avengers: Endgame), but Disney s Aladdin also did extremely well, topping billion worldwide. We have not heard about plans for a Lion King sequel (and there certainly were sequels and prequels to the original film), but that s exactly what happened for Aladdin this week. Despite its box office success, Aladdin has a Rotten Tomatometer score at 57%, which might help to explain why Disney has hired a new pair of screenwriters for the sequel, and there s no word yet about director Guy Ritchie returning. The new writers are John Gatins (Power Rangers, Real Steel) and Andrea Berloff (World Trade Center; co-writer of Straight Outta Compton), but their credits only give us tiny hints at what their Aladdin sequel could be like (i.e. about as much as you could tell about Aladdin by looking at the credits of director Guy Ritchie). Not much has been revealed about the Aladdin sequel, except that it won t be a Disney Plus title, and it won t be an adaptation of any of the 1990s direct-to-video sequels.Other Top Headlines1. NEW VIDEO SHOWS OFF THE COSTUME AND MUSIC OF NEXT YEAR S THE BATMAN (Photo by Matt Reeves)We are over 16 months away from the release in the summer of 2021 of The Batman (6/25/2021), the reboot of DC Comics most popular superhero to introduce Robert Pattinson (Twilight, The Lighthouse) as our new Bruce Wayne. Even though the movie is that far away, director Matt Reeves (Cloverfield, War for the Planet of the Apes) this week released a video described as camera test footage  that shows off both the new Batman costume and also some of the new musical theme from composer Michael Giacchino (LOST, Star Trek, Avengers: Endgame). Curiously, Reeves chose to show us the new Batman costume bathed in a dark red lighting, which also inspired comparisons to the costume from Netflix s Daredevil (even if it won t actually be red). It s very possible that the reason the costume preview came out this week is that Reeves will soon be starting the exterior filming of The Batman, at which point we probably will be getting set photos of Pattinson as The Batman anyway (in addition to Zoe Kravitz as Catwoman, Paul Dano as the Riddler, and Colin Farrell as the Penguin).2. MARGOT ROBBIE AND MICHAEL B. JORDAN JOIN CHRISTIAN BALE IN NEW DAVID O. RUSSELL FILM(Photo by Elizabeth Goodenough, JA/Everett Collection)There have been so many superhero movies in recent years that we re increasingly at a point where there are nearly more major stars who have been in them than those who haven t. So, for example, the new movie from David O. Russell (American Hustle, Silver Linings Playbook) has three big stars, and they re The Dark Knight, Killmonger from Black Panther, and Harley Quinn. Christian Bale was the first to sign on for Russell s untitled new film (formerly titled Amsterdam), and this week gave us two of his co-stars, both within a few hours of each other. First up was Margot Robbie, the star of last week s Birds of Prey, who landed the female lead that had formerly had been speculated as a possible role for frequent Russell collaborator Jennifer Lawrence. The Robbie announcement was quickly followed on Wednesday by Michael B. Jordan, who is taking a role for which Jamie Foxx had previously been rumored as a frontrunner. David O. Russell is keeping the premise secret, but it s described as being about an unlikely partnership between a doctor and a lawyer.3. LIN-MANUEL MIRANDA SAYS DISNEY WILL PROBABLY MUTE HAMILTON SWEARS (Photo by Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images)It may not have been immediately obvious, but there was one awkward element in the news last week that Walt Disney Pictures would be releasing a filmed version of the Broadway hit Hamilton in theaters next year (10/15/2021). That awkward detail is the language of some of the dialogue, which includes what we will delicately call F bombs. The sticky issue here is that Disney has a self-described policy of PG-13-and-under ratings, which the repeated use of the F word would seem buck against (the MPAA does sometimes allow that word to be used once in a film and retain its PG-13 rating). So, Lin-Manuel Miranda was asked by a New York Times reporter this week about how Disney is going to reconcile the language issue, and he confirmed that, if we have to mute a word here or there to reach the largest audience possible, I m OK with that, because your kids already have the original language memorized. One possibility is that perhaps Disney will use some sort of sound effect (like a drum beat or a cymbal clang) that will blur the language without specifically using a bleep sound or an over obvious muting sound effect.4. OLYMPIC TRUE STORIES FROM OLIVIA WILDE AND ZOE SALDANA IN THE WORKS (Photo by Elizabeth Goodenough/Everett Collection)Sometimes two completely different movie stories will come out in the same week that have remarkably similar themes. This week, it was biopics about female Olympic athletes.  One of them will be called Perfect, which will be an adaptation of the book Landing on My Feet: A Diary of Dreams, co-written by 1990s Olympic gymnast Kerri Strug, about her struggle at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta (also the setting of last year s Richard Jewell). The adaptation of Strug s book will be directed by actress-turned-director Olivia Wilde, who made her debut last year with Booksmart (Certified Fresh at 97%). It s not yet known if the Kerri Strug biopic will be Olivia Wilde s next film as director. The other Olympic movie in the news this week is Fencer, in which Zoe Saldana will star as Olympic fencer Jasmine McGlade for producer Casey Affleck.5. AMERICAN OPERA PORGY AND BESS TO BECOME MOVIE FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE 1959 Although some stories seem to get new movie adaptations ever three or four years (Peter Pan, Dracula, Robin Hood, etc.), there are others that have either never been adapted, or haven t been in several decades. One such example of that is George Gershwin s opera of love in the American South, Porgy and Bess, which previously was adapted by Otto Preminger as a movie in 1959. Mudbound director Dee Rees is now partnering with MGM for a new adaptation, which Rees will both write and direct. It s not yet known who might play either Porgy or Bess, or whether Dee Rees adaptation might shift the setting from 1920s Charleston to a more contemporary setting (or if the music will be updated). Mudbound received a Certified Fresh Tomatometer at 97% and four Academy Award nominations (Supporting Actress, Adapted Screenplay, Original Song, and Cinematography).6. HARRIET STAR CYNTHIA ERIVO TO STAR IN SCI-FI PODCAST ADAPTATION CARRIER (Photo by Eli Winston/Everett Collection)As new ways of telling stories emerge, they also eventually lead to movies being adapted from them. For example, in the last few years, we ve had both The Emoji Movie and Slenderman, based on online phenomenons. Another new form that has its origins in the Internet is the podcast, which takes many forms, but there are some that actually tell narrative stories. Cynthia Erivo, who starred in last year s Harriet, played one of the characters in the sci-fi podcast Carrier, and she is now attached to reprise her role as a truck driver in a movie adaptation. Carrier will be produced by Steven Spielberg s Amblin Partners, which recently co-produced both 1917 and Dark Waters.7. AWKWAFINA TO DEPICT A REAL LIFE PROFESSIONAL GAMBLER IN THE BACCARAT MACHINE(Photo by Dee Cercone/Everett Collection)In the United States, there are many popular casino games (blackjack, roulette, craps), but one that is less popular is baccarat, which most Americans probably know only as the game James Bond likes to play. Baccarat s pop culture reputation may soon get a bump thanks to Awkwafina, who is now attached to star as real-life professional gambler Cheung Yin Kelly Sun in a biopic called The Baccarat Machine. Despite that title, one game that might actually be depicted as much (or more) is poker, because the story will reportedly depict Sun s unlikely partership with legendary poker player Phil Ivey. 8. RICK MORANIS TO COME OUT OF RETIREMENT FOR JOSH GAD S SEQUEL SHRUNK (Photo by Buena Vista Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)If you re a fan of Ghostbusters, you might already know that Rick Moranis has famously been something of a recluse for many years now, and has frequently turned down opportunities to return to franchises like Ghostbusters. So, when the news broke out last year that Josh Gad was attached to star in Shrunk, a sequel and/or reboot of the popular Honey, I Shrunk the Kids franchise, one might have been tempted to theorize about who might be cast in the role originally played by Moranis. One need not fan-cast such a replacement, it turns out, because Disney worked their magic and got Moranis to return in a supporting role to Josh Gad s character as his scientist son. There had been some online speculation that Shrunk might be a Disney Plus project, but it was also confirmed this week to be a planned theatrical release.9. THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE TO GET REMADE YET AGAINThere seems to be something about classic slasher franchises from the 1970s and 1980s that lends them to being rebooted or remade multiple times. For some higher profile examples, the Halloween franchise was soft-rebooted in 2018 after having already been rebooted by Rob Zombie in 2007, and a similar reboot is in the works for Friday the 13th. Another slasher franchise that already has a particular confusing filmography to decipher is The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, which has what are described as both a remake series (2003 and 2006) and an alternate series (the more recent films from 2013 and 2017). Legendary Pictures, the company behind monster reboots like Godzilla and Kong: Skull Island, is now developing a reboot of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre to be directed by Ryan and Andy Tohill, who made their feature film debuts in 2018 with the indie film The Dig (Fresh at 73%). This latest reboot will be produced by Fede Alvarez (the director of Don t Breathe), who described their version as, violent, exciting, and so depraved it will stay with you forever. Tobe Hooper s original 1974 film is Certified Fresh at 88%, but the other later films are all Rotten.
Watch: Cinematographer James Laxton on the making of Moonlight above.In 2019, Rotten Tomatoes turns 21, and to mark the occasion we’re celebrating the 21 Most Memorable Moments from the movies over the last 21 years. In this special video series, we speak to the actors and filmmakers who made those moments happen, revealing behind-the-scenes details of how they came to be and diving deep into why they’ve stuck with us for so long. Once we’ve announced all 21, it will be up to you, the fans, to vote for which is the most memorable moment of all. In this episode of our ‘21 Most Memorable Moments’ series, Moonlight cinematographer James Laxton shares how a surprise storm disrupted production, but added lasting richness to the film s most enduring scene. VOTE FOR THIS MOMENT IN OUR 21 MOST MEMORABLE MOVIE MOMENTS POLLTHE MOVIE: Moonlight (2016) 98%Moonlight is by any measure a landmark film: the first LGBTQ-themed movie to win Best Picture at the Academy Awards, the first film with a mostly black cast to win that prize, too, and, according to our Tomatometer, the best-reviewed LGBTQ film of all time. And yet beyond the accolades, and laurels, and Certified Fresh badges, the movie was and remains potent because the story it splashed onto the screen – in so many vivid hues – was one most viewers had never seen. That story began life in 2003 as the semi-autobiographical In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue, an unpublished play by writer Tarell Alvin McCraney (whose Choir Boy is up for Best Play at this year s Tony Awards). Screenwriter and director Barry Jenkins would adapt it for the big screen some 12 years later, breaking out its tale of Chiron, a black man in Miami whose homosexuality is at war with his and his world s expectations of masculinity, into three distinct chapters: Little, Chiron, and Black. Each showed Chiron at a different age, played by different actors, at different points of his struggle. Jenkins enlisted college friend and cinematographer James Laxton, who had lensed the director s debut film Medicine for Melancholy, to give each section, and the film itself, a distinct look. Here, Laxton reveals how he worked to achieve Jenkins vision and tell Chiron s story.Trevante Rhodes as Chiron in Moonlight. (Photo by David Bornfriend, ©A24/courtesy Everett Collection) You start to think about what kind of films you want to make, and then for me, what those films look like. “I first met Barry Jenkins when I was 20. I think he was maybe 21. We were at Florida State University Film School in Tallahassee, Florida, two young kids who found our way into this film education world. We were really excited about trying to find new ways to express ourselves, and I think first bonded over the things that kids bond over all the time: similar tastes in music, or food. Once we became friends, we started talking about films, and all of a sudden also seemed to share a great interest in the kinds of films we were interested in watching. Then, as happens in film school, you start to think about what kind of films you want to make, and then for me, what those films look like. We started to realize we shared a great deal in aesthetics and in terms of how we wanted to visually tell stories. That friendship very quickly became a collaborative one. I don t know that much has changed, to be totally honest, in whatever it s been… 17, 18 years or so of this relationship. It s a really wonderful one.” Barry says he s working on something, and it s about kids in Miami. “Learning about what films Barry wants to make is an interesting thing. It s different than any other director I work with in that I find out about [projects in] whispery, secret-y sort of side conversations. He won t be all official like, ‘Let s have a meeting on Wednesday and let s sit down and read the script together, and hash it out.’ It evolves over long periods of time; over dinner, or at a friend s house, he ll mention he s working on something, and it s about kids in Miami, or he found a project he s interested in, and it sounds like we ll maybe make this in the near future. So it first starts there. I feel like I heard about Moonlight first in a very casual setting. It was sort of [the way] you might find out your friend is getting married in a few months, or is engaged.”Jharrel Jerome and Ashton Sanders in Moonlight. (Photo by David Bornfriend/ © A24 /courtesy Everett Collection) Images that would grab you by the scruff of your neck and take you inside this world and not let you look away from the screen. “I think we started to share imagery back and forth [in the lead up to Moonlight], which is what we often do: So I ll send him a series of photographs, he’ll send me a series of photographs. Very quickly after sharing of images back and forth, it became clear the movie wanted to have a very, very bold sensibility visually, and have images that would really grab you by the scruff of your neck and take you inside this world and not let you look away from the screen. To us, that had to do with strong color palettes with shooting in anamorphic aesthetics, where you re having these epic sensibilities apply to what in the material was very subtle and nuanced. That combination of epicness and intimacy is what Moonlight came to look like. That s how I see it, anyway, and that’s largely to do with just those early conversations about wanting those bold sensibilities to be at the forefront of our storytelling.”THE MOMENT: The Swimming LessonIn the first chapter of Moonlight,  Little, Jenkins offers one of the most moving and often surprising relationships between a boy and a father figure we ve seen in cinema. Juan (played by Mahershala Ali, who would win the first of his two Best Supporting Actor Oscars for the role) is a drug dealer whose softer, nurturing side is drawn out by Chiron, known as Little here. In a scene that defines the relationship, and came to define the film for many, Juan takes Chiron out off of a Miami Beach and teaches him to swim. Laxton was in the water with Ali and young actor Alex Hibbert as the moment unfolded.Mahershala Ali and Alex Hibbert in the swimming instruction scene. (Photo by David Bornfriend/ © A24 /courtesy Everett Collection) Juan is one of these characters who really champions and gives this sense of trust to Little. One of the concepts in the film that s discussed is this idea of love generally, and more specifically trust in our parental figures. I think there s a lot of conflict within Moonlight s coming-of-age [story], of Chiron s journey finding adult figures that can help guide him through some difficult moments in his youth. Juan is one of these characters who really champions and gives this sense of trust to Little, or to Chiron. I think he does that specifically within this swimming scene, which for us had to have a sense of intimacy and a sense of struggle with it. There’s a lot of symbolism that is going on in that scene, especially visually. That iconic imagery that is epic in its sort of nature… we knew that was going to be part of the scene. Our approach in terms of camera work was to try to make the scene feel intimate, and as nuanced, and small, in a way, because the scene conceptually was going to be so big. If we could provide an intimate portrayal of it, in terms of how the scene is lensed, we felt like that would be the trick, so to speak. That would be the way into our audience s hearts and minds. That was how we came about this idea of, well, let s get the camera out into the water.” We wanted it to feel like a struggle, throwing me out there with this big camera unit, trying to fight the currents myself in the same way that Little is. “There are some pictures of me online struggling with this massive, behemoth underwater housing [a substantial camera case] – and we shot this film anamorphically, before some of these cameras that now are much smaller were available to us, so it was a very large contraption that you see me wrestling around the surf with. But I think that was in many ways part of it. Barry and I are so often trying to find ways to visually represent a character s perspective; [that’s] how we go about making choices photographically. It s all about character for us, and so for me, it was about trying to have a swimming lesson on my own in many ways, trying to learn how to use this camera in the water. I by no means am an underwater cinematographer. I mean, there are people who do that job specifically, and they re really great at it. We didn t necessarily want that, though. We wanted it to feel like a struggle… throwing me out there with this big thing and trying to fight the currents myself in the same way that Little is fighting the currents. We felt like there would be something in there, in the struggle between how it s being visually represented and then what the scene is about at its core – this sense of trust that Juan is giving this young man in the water.”Hibbert and Ali during the swimming lesson scene. (Photo by David Bornfriend/ © A24 /courtesy Everett Collection) Barry, who’s from Miami, is ankle deep in the surf looking out at the horizon. He quickly realized, ‘Oh, look. There s a storm coming.’ “I think we had scheduled at least half a day to shoot this scene, specifically the water, swimming portion of the scene; we thought we had about six hours or so. So, we re setting up the equipment, we re getting the camera into the water, which takes a little while. Meanwhile, Barry, who’s from Miami, is ankle deep in the surf looking out at the horizon. I m not from Florida myself, but he quickly, being native to the space, realized, ‘Oh, look. There s a storm coming.’ He might as well be a meteorologist. I think he said that we have about an hour-and-a-half to get this scene shot. He was probably about right: it was about an hour-and-a-half or so later we had to run for cover, because a massive rainstorm had come. We had to hide underneath all kinds of tents and take a very long break. I mean, it was hours before we got back out there. When Barry alerted us to the storm approaching, we gathered our equipment together as quickly as possible, ran out into the water, and in some respects… I don t want to say improvised, because what is in the script is on camera, if not in the exact way it was depicted. But we had a lot more shots in our shot list, and [were going to be] much more organized about capturing it. But I think because of the elements approaching, we had to really get out there and just specifically have a swimming lesson, and let Mahershala as Juan guide this young man, and [have] me out in the water, as well, trying to capture this swimming lesson as it came. It [was shot] almost like a documentary, less so like a film in some respects. I think in the end, all for the good. Sometimes your reaction to moments is as good as a well detailed plan might be. Sometimes it s even better.” By the end of the scene, these dark rainclouds have come over us. “The sky does change on us at some point. We begin the scene in beautiful, somewhat partially clouded skies, and by the end of it, these dark rainclouds have kind of come over us, and as we end that scene, it kind of alludes to what is coming in the journey of Chiron, this impending cloud. THE IMPACT: A Clearer HorizonMoonlight s success announced some major new talents. Ali, Trevante Rhodes, Ashton Sanders, Hibbert, and Janelle Monae would all become in-demand actors – especially Ali, who would win a second Academy Award for Green Book in 2019. McCraney would write a TV series for OWN and win stage acclaim on Broadway for Choir Boy. Jenkins follow-up film, the adaptation of James Baldwin s If Beale Street Could Talk, was one of the most anticipated movies of the fall last year, and would go on to become one of the best-reviewed films of the year (Jenkins would win Best Director at the 2019 Independent Spirit Awards and the film would win Best Picture that same night). Laxton was nominated for an Oscar for his work on Moonlight, and his work on Beale Street honored throughout last year s awards season. The cinematographer says he didn t expect all the red carpets when Moonlight wrapped its 21-day shoot in Miami back in 2015; he simply says the crew were proud of the work they d done. Today, he says he s proud that the work they did has connected with so many people, and continues to do so. Mahershala brings a number of things with him when he comes on to a set There s someone there who s ready for anything. “Mahershala definitely brings a number of things with him when he comes on to a set. There s a professionalism, of course, but there s a strength, and there s also a calmness; there s just someone there who is ready for anything. I don t know Mahershala really well; I know him from this experience filming the movie. But at the same time, he s such a giver. I think in a way he brought not just him as Juan [to the scene], but there s something of Mahershala in there, too. I don t think Alex knew how to swim, or at least proficiently swim in that moment, and so, I think, yeah, Mahershala, again, in the sense of really getting out there and us all, camera included, kind of going through a swimming lesson in real life, in real time, with the storm coming over us… I don t think that a different person could ve done that. I think it s so him. The part wasn t necessarily written for him, I don t believe, but he brought himself into that role in a way that I think very clearly comes out in that swimming scene.”Barry Jenkins and James Laxton at the 2017 Independent Spirit Awards. (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Im
作为一名老游戏玩家,体验过英雄联盟手游测试服,小凯在采访中表示,“我认为整体体验非常好,还原程度非常贴合端游。”在实战中,小凯的端游经验也让他在手游战场上的表现十分抢眼。在开局不利的情况下,小凯选择了发育装,尽可能地弥补由于经济差异过大而造成的装备劣势,等待时机翻盘。在随后的团战中,小凯从侧面吸引了对手的火力,利用九尾妖狐的灵活招式,为队伍创造了反攻的机会。可以说,如果队伍磨合得更好,英雄队在游戏中也有很好的翻盘机会。

What it is: Ghosts, demons, and other monsters better watch out for Sam and Dean Winchester. After their mother is killed by an unknown demonic force when they are just children, the brothers’ father trains them to be soldiers against the world’s paranormal evil. Supernatural charts their journey as they hunt down and kill those otherworldly enemies.Why you should watch it: Not all network series are lucky enough to be renewed for a second season, much less 15! It’s an astounding feat that Supernatural has accrued such a devout fanbase over the years. Creator Eric Kripke (most recently the mind behind The Boys) is a master of the genre, and we’d follow Sam and Dean (played with charisma and complexity by Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles, respectively) to just about any haunted house, vampire den, or unearthly plain they want to take us. Its season 15 rollout was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic, and we’ll be sad to see it go after it returns with its final seven episodes Oct. 8 on the CW.Where to watch it: Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, Microsoft, Netflix, VuduCommitment: Approx. 235 hours (for all 15 seasons)
The summer heat is reaching new heights this month, the coronavirus pandemic continues affecting film and television production around the country, and the selection of returning series to binge is admittedly slim. So we are bringing you something a little different with this month’s guide by including an upcoming streaming film and the star’s previous TV projects you ll want to catch up on. Find our recommendations below for six series to binge in August.The Rain (Netflix)What it is: This post-apocalyptic Danish thriller from creators Jannik Tai Mosholt, Esben Toft Jacobsen, and Christian Potalivo takes place six years after the modern world has succumbed to a fatal virus that’s transmitted through toxic, infected rain. Siblings Simone and Rasmus survived against all odds while holed up in a bunker, and they reenter the world in search of their scientist father to find the rain has killed nearly all signs of human life in their native Scandinavia. They’re soon joined by another young group of survivors who face the world’s devastation and dangers together.Why you should watch it: This slow-burning, character-driven drama has enough sci-fi elements and reality-based thrills to keep any fan of the admittedly well-worn dystopian genre entertained for a quick binge. Season 3 premieres August 6 on Netflix.Where to watch: NetflixCommitment: Approx. 10.5 hours (for the first two seasons)Star Trek: The Next Generation 91% (CBS All Access)What it is: As the Star Trek universe adds a new series with this month’s Star Trek: Lower Decks, we’re recommending you revisit The Next Generation for a summer binge. TNG sets the stage for this animated comedy series’ fantastical world, which follows four “heroes” from the support crew on Starfleet s U.S.S. Cerritos, the fleet’s least important ship. The series also borrows its name from TNG episode, “Lower Decks.” If you want more Star Trek options, check out our list of Star Trek TV Shows Ranked by Tomatometer to find one that s right for you. Why you should watch it: While the new series should be accessible to Trekkies, experts, and newbies alike, a binge of TNG will give you the info you need to ID the Lower Decks’ Easter eggs, share in the Trek humor, and more. Season 1 premieres August 6 on CBS All Access.Where to watch: Amazon, CBS All Access, FandangoNOW, Google Play, Hulu, Microsoft, Netflix, VuduCommitment: Approx. 132 hours (for all seven seasons)Freaks and Geeks 100% (NBC)Undeclared 93% (Fox)What it is: This one is for all the Seth Rogen lovers out there. Today, he is a bankable star thanks to timeless teen and stoner comedy classics like Knocked Up, Superbad, and Pineapple Express — and his latest, An American Pickle, is quite literally timeless due to its time-jumping immigrant premise. But some may forget that he pretty much grew up on our screens at the top of the millennium with Judd Apatow’s short-lived but beloved network comedies, Freaks and Geeks and Undeclared.Why you should watch it: Anyone who’s ever felt like an adrift outsider will likely see themselves in any number of the messy-but-lovable characters across these two series. If you’re looking for a classic binge that’ll remind you just why Rogen is a huge star today, this is a great place to start before An American Pickle premieres on HBO Max on August 6.Where to watch it: A little twist with these titles: They re only available to purchase on DVD, so you re going to have to really commit. Freaks and Geeks and Undeclared are available to order from Amazon.com. (Step 1: Do you even have a DVD player?)Commitment: Approx. 13 hours for Freaks and Geeks and approx. 6.5 hours for Undeclared.Endeavour 88% (PBS)What it is: As a prequel series to the long-running Inspector Morse, this Russell Lewis–created, Shaun Evans–starring series follows our hero Endeavour Morse through his early career as a detective constable through to his promotion as a detective sergeant with the Oxford City Police.Why you should watch it: This lush period drama depicting 1960s-era Oxford and the surrounding area is grounded first and foremost from a charismatic Evans, but its twists and turns also help make the series endlessly watchable for lovers of the PBS Masterpiece cloth. Season 7 premieres August 9 on PBS.Where to watch it: Amazon, FandangoNOW, Google Play, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 40 hours (for the first six seasons)Lucifer 88% (Netflix)What it is: Most people escape their locale to vacation where it’s warm, but where do you vacation when your home is in Hell? Los Angeles, apparently. That’s where our titular antihero Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis) sets his sights, at least, after resigning his post as ruler of the underworld to spice up his life. Once in L.A., he opens up a nightclub and stumbles into becoming a civilian consultant for the LAPD.Why you should watch it: Based on the DC Comics character created by Neil Gaiman, Sam Kieth, and Mike Dringenberg, Lucifer Morningstar is a protagonist like we haven’t seen before. Ruler of Hell, sure, but also charismatic as hell (charming, witty, and handsome), proving himself to be the perfect right-hand man for homicide detective Chloe Decker (Lauren German). (Over the span of the series, their beguiling relationship is one of the reasons to stick around, too.) Lucifer was cancelled by Fox in 2018, but revived by Netflix, which will premiere its fifth season on August 21.Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNOW, Google Play, Hulu, Microsoft, Netflix, VuduCommitment: Approx. 47 hours (for the first four seasons)
Adjusted Score: 62013% Critics Consensus: With a reported budget of around 10 million, The Gift is obviously a labor of love for those involved. Unfortunately, the A-list cast can't prevent the movie from becoming a by-the-numbers whodunit with an ending that's all but unsatisfactory. Synopsis: In the tiny town of Brixton, Georgia where nothing is private, a woman with supernatural clairvoyance, a young beautiful socialite... [More] Starring: Cate Blanchett, Giovanni Ribisi, Keanu Reeves, Katie Holmes Directed By: Sam Raimi
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Although some studios chose to sit out San Diego Comic-Con this year (like Sony, Universal, and Warner Bros.), one that had a big panel Thursday morning was Paramount. Ostensibly focusing on Terminator: Dark Fate (11/1/2019), Paramount also released the first trailer this morning for another big sequel, next summer s Top Gun: Maverick (6/26/2020).The panel started with a remote introduction from James Cameron, who wasn t actually there, but was calling in from the set of the long-delayed Avatar sequels, joking about how long people have been waiting for those films. Cameron also said about the Avatar sequel technology that  I d love to tell you about what you see behind me, but it s classified. It would take five hours to explain and no one understands the technology anyway. The sort of funny irony about him kicking off the Terminator: Dark Fate panel by talking about the Avatar sequels is that they re now Disney movies, following the 20th Century Fox acquisition, so Paramount was basically using some of their Hall H time to promote another studio s big movies. Oops.(Photo by Paramount Pictures)As for Dark Fate, there were two big reveals on top of what we already know from the first trailer and other stories. First, it was confirmed that Terminator: Dark Fate will be rated R, which will be the first time since 2003 s Terminator: Rise of the Machines. Both Terminator: Salvation and Terminator: Genisys had PG-13 ratings, but that didn t seem to make much difference at the box office in any case, so perhaps the thought is that, like the Die Hard franchise, for example, the Terminator movies are really best-suited to feature R-rated violence (and language occasionally too).There was also a surprise casting announcement marking the return of one of the stars of Terminator 2: Judgment Day. With returning stars Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger both in attendance, we learned that after skipping the last three Terminator movies, Edward Furlong will also be returning as John Connor, whose future importance was originally what got this whole franchise going. Having said that, it s not that the character of John Connor himself has been absent from the franchise. Nick Stahl played the role in Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, Christian Bale played him in Terminator: Salvation, and Jason Clarke took over the role in Terminator: Genisys. The funny thing is, none of those four actors even really look like each other. Are we sure there aren t four different John Connors from four different timelines?(Photo by Paramount Pictures)As for Top Gun: Maverick, the trailer makes it very clear that this is a Tom Cruise movie. Although the film features an ensemble cast on paper (including actors like Jennifer Connelly, Jon Hamm, Miles Teller, and the return of Val Kilmer as Iceman), Cruise s presence dominates the trailer, even if  Ed Harris speaks most of the actual dialogue and gets a pretty great line to boot. The other focus, obviously, is on the fighter jets (this is a Top Gun movie after all), which is interesting, considering the film s premise had been described, once upon a time, as focusing on drone pilots. It s certainly possible that the modern Navy s emphasis on drones is still a big part of the story. We ll find out when the long-in-development Top Gun: Maverick flies into theaters next summer, on June 26, 2020 (up against Lin-Manuel Miranda s musical Into the Heights).

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