The Marvel Cinematic Universe is a wonder for many reasons, not least of which is the way it wove together an intricate continuity across all of its movies. Throughout 23 films (and counting), there are crossover characters, intersecting storylines, and resonant names, locations, and even brands. Of course, when you step back, you realize that the MCU was only doing what comic books have been doing in print for decades. Take another step back, and you’ll notice that what they’ve done isn’t all that unique to movies, either. Because Quentin Tarantino, for one, has been doing it for decades, too.From his earliest days as a struggling screenwriter to his iconic and era-defining films, Tarantino has built his own world of interconnected characters and original brands. In honor of the 25th anniversary of his legendary opus Pulp Fiction (released October 14, 1994), let’s take a look at the QTCU the Quentin Tarantino Cinematic Universe. () A short film co-written, directed, and starring Tarantino while he was famously working at Video Archives in Manhattan Beach, California (it’s no longer there, so don’t plan a visit), My Best Friend’s Birthday only exists in a truncated 36-minute cut because large parts of it were destroyed in a fire. Still, the seeds of the QTCU are there. For one, Quentin plays a character named Clarence who, early on, discusses his love of Rockabilly music and Elvis’ acting ability. This would, of course, foreshadow Christian Slater’s character in True Romance, a script written by Tarantino but directed by the late Tony Scott. In Birthday, Tarantino’s Clarence hires a call girl to show his friend a good time on his special day a sequence of events that would be flipped in True Romance, when Slater’s Clarence finds himself on the receiving end of a birthday call girl surprise.Reservoir Dogs (1992) 92%Tarantino s signature work, the movie that launched him as a filmmaker. In this tale of a jewel heist gone wrong, the audience is treated to flashbacks that fill in the stories of each of the movie’s black clad, code-named criminals. We find out that Mr. White (Harvey Keitel) used to run with a partner named Alabama. Of course, a woman named Alabama Whitman (later, Worley) is seen getting a taste for a life of crime in True Romance, the Tony Scott film that Tarantino wrote (see below). We also learn that Mr. Blonde (Michael Madsen) is named Vic Vega, as in the brother of John Travolta’s Vincent Vega in Pulp Fiction.True Romance (1993) 93%(Photo by Warner Bros. courtesy Everett Collection)Apart from the obvious connections to earlier films the Rockabilly-loving Clarence and call girl-turned-crook Alabama there is a more subtle cinematic link in Tony Scott s Tarantino-penned action adventure. The movie climaxes with a drug deal in the hotel suite of big time movie producer Lee Donowitz (Saul Rubinek, channeling real life producer Joel Silver). Donowitz is a producer of war movies fitting because his father, Donny Donowitz, fought in WWII as part of the Inglourious Basterds. You might remember him as the baseball bat-wielding avenger known as “The Bear Jew” (played by Eli Roth).Pulp Fiction (1994) 92%(Photo by Miramax Films)Pulp Fiction, which celebrates its 25th anniversary this year, is arguably the Iron Man of the QTCU, because it’s really the one that takes the threads and begins to weave them together. The film introduces us to several brand names that would become central players in Tarantino’s world, starting with “that Hawaiian burger joint” Big Kahuna Burger Samuel L. Jackson’s Jules takes the world’s most intimidating bite of one of these burgers and washes it down with a tasty beverage from the place early in the movie. Later, Bruce Willis’ Butch Coolidge orders a pack of Red Apple cigarettes, a brand that shows up in just about every subsequent QT movie. Finally, Christopher Walken’s Captain Koons he of the legendary “gold watch” speech is also a descendant of “Crazy” Craig Koons, one of Django’s bounties in Django Unchained.Natural Born Killers (1994) 49%(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)Although Natural Born Killers was directed by Oliver Stone, the script was pure Tarantino. We mentioned earlier the brother connection between Vic and Vincent Vega, but there is another set of brothers that was first introduced in Reservoir Dogs, too. In Dogs, Vic complains about a pain-in-the-ass parole officer named Seymour Scagnetti (we never actually see him), whose own brother, Jack, would show up in Natural Born Killers (played by Tom Sizemore).Four Rooms (1995) 14%In the Tarantino-written and -directed segment of this anthology film, the characters are seen smoking Red Apple cigarettes. Tarantino’s character also refers to his drink as a “tasty beverage,” which echoes the same colorful turn of phrase Jules used in Pulp Fiction.From Dusk Till Dawn (1996) 62%Tarantino wrote the script for this Robert Rodriguez-directed horror film and peppered in some of his signature touches. There are Red Apple cigarettes present and accounted for, and George Clooney’s Seth Gecko at one point makes a run for Big Kahuna Burgers. The movie also introduces gravelly-voiced, no-nonsense Texas Ranger Earl McGraw (played by Michael Parks), who would become a key player in the QTCU. It’s also worth noting that the movie features yet another pair of brothers (Seth and his brother, Richie, played by Tarantino) who have a thing for black suits.Jackie Brown (1997) 87%(Photo by Miramax Films)Beware of people who claim that, because it was based on an Elmore Leonard novel and not an original Tarantino idea, there are no overt connections to the QTCU in Jackie Brown. They’re just not paying attention. Midway through the film, we see Jackie in the Del Amo Mall food court, enjoying a meal from Teriyaki Donut the same fictional fast food franchise whose food Ving Rhames’ Marcellus Wallace is carrying when Butch Coolidge runs him down in Pulp Fiction. In a second food court scene not long after, we not only see Jackie indulging in Teriyaki Donut again, but her accomplice Sheronda (LisaGay Hamilton) sits down at her table with a tray full of food from Acuña Boys, which would later be referenced in Kill Bill Vol. 2 and appear a couple of times in Grindhouse.Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003) 85% and Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (2004) 84%(Photo by Miramax Films)We’ll treat this kung fu-inspired magnum opus as one film, with plenty of easter eggs to link it to the larger QTCU. For one, if you look at The Bride’s (Uma Thurman) old gang, the Deadly Viper Assassination Squad, you’ll notice that they all fit a little too easily into Mia Wallace’s description of her failed TV pilot, Fox Force Five the blonde leader, the Japanese kung fu master, the black demolition expert, the French seductress, and Mia’s. character, the deadliest woman in the world with a knife (or sword?). The first cop on the scene after the Bride’s wedding day massacre is, of course, Earl McGraw, and Red Apple and Big Kahuna also make appearances. And remember Acuña Boys from Jackie Brown? In Vol. 2, they happen to be the name of the gang that Michael Parks Esteban Vihaio runs.Grindhouse (2007) 84%(Photo by The Weinstein Co./Dimension)In both the Tarantino portion of this double feature homage, Death Proof, and the Rodriguez portion, Planet Terror, there are connections to the QTCU. Big Kahuna burgers are mentioned, and Red Apple cigarettes are smoked. On top of that, an ad for Acuña Boys Authentic Tex-Mex Food first glimpsed in Jackie Brown pops up during intermission, and one of Stuntman Mike s early victims, Vanessa Ferlito s Arlene, can be seen sipping from an Acuña Boys cup. Texas lawman Earl McGraw also reappears, along with his son, Ed, and we learn there is a sister named Dakota, too, who features in Planet Terror. As kind of a bonus, Rosario Dawson’s Abernathy has a familiar ringtone on her phone it’s the same melody whistled by Elle Driver (Darryl Hannah) in Kill Bill Vol. 1.Inglourious Basterds (2009) 89%(Photo by Francois Duhamel/©Weinstein Company)In addition to Donny Donowitz, Michael Fassbender’s English soldier-turned-spy Archie Hicox has deep ties to the QTCU, it turns out. Late in the old west-set Hateful Eight, it is revealed that Tim Roth’s Oswaldo Mobray is actually a wanted man named “English Pete” Hicox, Archie’s great-great-grandfather.Django Unchained (2012) 87%(Photo by The Weinstein Co.)We’ve already mentioned “Crazy” Craig Koons, but there is another deep cut reference to Django hidden in an earlier Tarantino movie. In Kill Bill Vol. 2, Bill’s brother Budd (played by Michael Madsen also another pair of QT brothers!) buries the Bride alive in the grave of Paula Schultz. This is the lonely final resting place for the wife of bounty hunter Dr. King Schultz (Christoph Waltz) in Django. The Hateful Eight (2015) 74%(Photo by The Weinstein Company)In addition to the Hicox family tree, Red Apple tobacco the early version of the soon-to-be ubiquitous (in the QTCU, anyway) cigarette brand makes a couple of appearances here. Demián Bichir s Bob smokes a Manzana Roja right after the intermission, and Channing Tatum gets a custom-rolled Red Apple cigarette his favorite from Dana Gourrier s Miss Minnie.Once Upon a Time... In Hollywood (2019) 85%(Photo by Columbia Pictures)At one point in Kill Bill Vol. 2, The Bride drives a blue Volkswagen Karmann Ghia. That same car shows up (driven by Brad Pitt’s Cliff Booth) in Hollywood. And not only do Booth and Leonardo DiCaprio’s Rick Dalton smoke Red Apples (of course), but there’s an end-credits scene in the movie that shows Dalton doing a TV commercial for the cigarette brand.Pulp Fiction was released in theaters on October 14, 1994.亚博网页版登陆首页可以看出，《天谕》手游在尝试将游戏玩法和人物属性同现实相结合，在虚拟世界中让玩家感受到真实世界里的乐趣，而这一点在主打社交的MMORPG手游中，显得至关重要。
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It’s been 15 years since we saw Syd Burnett (Gabrielle Union) taking names and stealing scenes from her brother Marcus (Martin Lawrence) and then-boyfriend Mike (Will Smith) in Bad Boys II. Back then, Syd was working for the federal government and toppling cartels in Miami.Now, Syd moves to Los Angeles (and television) on L.A.’s Finest, a follow-up of sorts that shares her new adventures as an L.A. cop alongside her equally badass partner, Nancy McKenna (Jessica Alba). Together, Syd and Nancy — not named for the infamous punk duo, they promise — encounter action-packed crime scenarios at work and in their personal lives. They might not trust each other with all their dirty secrets at first, but no matter what, Syd and Nancy always have each other’s backs.“It felt really modern to tell this story of this friendship and this partnership of two women in a modern time, in a modern world,” Alba said during Rotten Tomatoes visit to the show s Los Angeles-area set in February. “You don t have to call out that we re women all the time. We re just people in the world that you want to hang out with.”L.A.’s Finest premieres May 13. It’s the first original series for cable provider Charter Communications/Spectrum, and thus it’s a guinea pig of sorts for the service. The Spectrum Original series will be available on demand for customers of the cable service only, but Union isn’t worried about people missing her show.“I love a challenge,” she said. The proof is in the pudding.”From Clean-Cut Procedural to Rough-and-Real Drama(Photo by Nicole Wilder/Spectrum Originals)On paper, L.A.’s Finest might sound like a procedural: Two cops fighting crime in Los Angeles. But with Michael Bay’s 90s action flick Bad Boys as its source material — and support from Jerry Bruckheimer Television — L.A.’s Finest feels more like an action-thriller series than a clean-cut cop drama.According to its producers, though, L.A.’s Finest wasn’t always so gritty and real. The shift from procedural crime show to action-packed drama happened when L.A.’s Finest moved from NBC to Spectrum, after the team had already finished shooting the pilot.Producer Anton Cropper (Suits, Black-ish) said, in some ways, the series straddles the differences between network and cable narratives: “We always talk about the difference between network and cable, and we wanted it to have that cable feel. We wanted this to feel cinematic, Cropper said. Especially in today s age, everyone has 80-inch TVs. We wanted this to feel like a 13-episode movie. For the L.A. s Finest team, the cable vibe wasn t just about a visual look that combined TV and cinematic techniques. It also meant focusing on characters’ relationships and emotional lives rather than just the nitty gritty of their jobs as detectives.“It s different for a show like ours to tackle more of the personal relationships and less of a procedural,” Alba said. “You really get to go on that journey with us.”Alba and Union agreed that there were some real, concrete differences when the series was aiming for network distribution. Their wardrobes were more limited, their characters felt more archetypical, and Syd’s sexuality was, well, straight.“In the NBC version,” Union said, “there is no woman in my bed But in the Spectrum/Charter version, she s back!”Originally, Nancy was more “uptight” with a “perfect life,” and Syd was “the rebellious one,” Alba revealed.“It was always sort of keeping us inside of these boundaries and these roles, she said. In real life people, are a lot more fluid… and so that s how we want to see women on this show.”The Series Is Action Packed(Photo by Sony Pictures Television/Spectrum Originals, Photographer: Erica Parise)Right off the bat, L.A.’s Finest throws its audience into the heart of Los Angeles — a.k.a. right into traffic. In the first episode, Syd and Nancy are seen engaging in the most typical Los Angeles behavior possible: arguing over traffic, the GPS, and local routes of navigation. Sure, the series features on-location scenes everywhere from Santa Monica to Koreatown, but its representation of life in Los Angeles isn’t necessarily the most realistic one. Specifically, Syd’s apartment and Nancy’s house are way outside the typical budgets for L.A. law enforcement. But Union says the show is self-aware about the luxury these ladies live in. In fact, Union said that’s part of the point.“[Syd has] clearly played loose and fast with the rules, she said. She hasn’t been an L.A. detective for that long, so what exactly was she doing for the D.E.A.?”In other words, what has Syd done to afford this room with a view? What has she done to hide, or otherwise evade, potential demons from her past?L.A.’s Finest has Alba and Union driving all over the city chasing perps and evading figures from their respective pasts. While the two do some of their own hand-to-hand combat, they do have stunt doubles that face most of the action for them. But the driving? It s often really Alba behind the wheel, Union says.“I’m like, where’s the stunt driver?” she laughed. “And they’re like, Jessica has opted to do it! ”In Alba s defense, it s fun, though, the actress said.Yeah — “for her,” Union joked. “It’s one big anxiety attack for me.”Opening Up the Bad Boys Universe(Photo by Sony Pictures Television/Spectrum Originals / Photographer: Nicole Wilder)Even though L.A. s Finest is focused on Syd s life now, her partnership with Alba s Nancy, and how these women s past lead them to such turbulent and complex presents, Union is also open to including other Bad Boys characters in the mix. The Bad Boys universe exists so we can have these Avengers-type moments where can all sort of be together, that would be amazing, Union said. The door is always open for them. In fact, the new Spectrum series has already expanded the Bad Boys family by introducing Syd s estranged father (played by Ghostbusters star Ernie Hudson) into the mix. We had to figure out what would cause an estrangement to the degree where you d never met Ernie s character in the Bad Boys universe — you d never really heard of Marcus having parents, Union said. We had to come up with a mythology that really explained his absence and their relationship. (Photo by Spectrum Originals)From the get-go, it was Union leading the charge on reintroducing Syd s story and incorporating Nancy in the series.“It really did start with Gabrielle, L.A. s Finest co-executive producers and writer Brandon Margolis (pictured above left). Margolis said that he and his writing partner and fellow showrunner, Brandon Sonnier (above right), met with Union to pitch a Syd-centric TV series, and everything grew from there.“It was a real blessing to have these two strong women who can do the action, but equally hit the comedy timing and those comedy beats and moments, which are a real hallmark of the Bad Boys universe,” Sonnier said during our set visit in February.Sonnier expressed a real appreciation of Alba and Union s chemistry, too.“They right off the bat had a trust and a camaraderie, he said. They came in as equals and it immediately showed up on the screen.”(Later in February, Sonnier and Margolis were involved in an on-set accident that resulted in Sonnier s leg being partially amputated, but is still working, according to an interview Charter Content Chief Katherine Pope gave to Cablefax.com this month: He was at our final mix and in editing we treasure him. )(Photo by Sony Pictures Television/Spectrum Originals, Photographer: Erica Parise)The duo s on-screen chemistry is a translation of their real-life naughty sense of humor, as Union explained it.Alba described the show s creative working environment: “During the pilot we did a lot of ad-libbing and we would just riff off each other.”More than inside jokes, though, the two are committed to fostering a behind-the-scenes space that accommodates their lives as mothers, too.“I needed somebody that was gonna be on board with a new way of filming, a new way of doing this Hollywood thing,” Union said. And when Alba decorated her trailer as a nursery to prepare for her new baby, Union knew she’d picked the right partner.To hear their fellow producers and costars tell it, everyone benefits from that parent-safe and accommodating environment. Ryan McPartlin, who plays Nancy’s husband, Ryan, has also brought his kids — 9- and 12-year-old boys — to set.“God forbid, it s probably gonna make them want to become actors,” McPartlin joked.Partners in Crime — On-Screen and Off(Photo by Sony Pictures Television/Spectrum Originals, Photographer: Ron Batzdorff)In addition to starring in the series, Alba and Union are also executive producers.It was Union who recruited Alba to be her partner on- and off-screen. Union knew she wanted a “boss, badass woman” to be her co-star — someone who would be confident in the middle of action scenes and voicing her opinion behind the scenes, too.“There s not too many women that run a billion-dollar company, have established iconic characters, who can kick ass, who has the same work ethic I do, who s not afraid to speak her mind,” Union said. “There s only one Jessica Alba. So that s why I started calling and begging… Sending tequila.”L.A’s Finest premieres Monday, May 13 on Spectrum on Demand.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
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“I remember looking out on the deck over all of Hollywood and feeling simultaneously on top of the world and never more isolated and alone. That was the beginning of the character for me.”“At the same time, I had just moved to LA. I was living in this house up in the Hollywood Hills that was like a friend of a friend of a friend s house. I somehow was paying like 0 a month to live in this glorified closet in a beautiful mansion. I don t quite know how it was arranged, but I remember there were rumors at the time, the rumors amongst the housemates, that it was the third-highest elevated house in all of Hollywood. That Johnny Depp had lived there once… It was on the top of this hill, up this very windy road that I immediately got into a car accident on. Then I didn t have a car, and I was stranded up on this house. I remember looking out on the deck over all of Hollywood and feeling simultaneously on top of the world and never more isolated and alone. That was the beginning of the character for me, the idea of this guy who was living in a house like this who d had every opportunity for success but still couldn t find a way to be happy.”“I really liked the sad episodes of The Simpsons, like ‘Lisa s Substitute’ or ‘Marge Be Not Proud’… That was kind of the tone I was going for.” I’d be lying if I said I was not inspired [by The Simpsons], if I tried to play it cool like, ‘Oh, what’s that show? Never heard of it.’ That was a huge influence on me growing up. There s the sense of the sensibility, the sense of humor. I particularly really liked the sad episodes of The Simpsons, the more emotional episodes like ‘Lisa s Substitute’ or ‘Marge Be Not Proud.’ I remember always loving those and wishing they were all like that, and so that was kind of the tone I was going for early on with BoJack because I want it to feel like a sad episode of The Simpsons. I think what s so great about those episodes in particular is they don t sacrifice jokes for emotion – they are very funny and full of great gags, but they are also very moving as well and very melancholy. Will Arnett as BoJack in season 1. (Photo by © Netflix)“By the end of the first season, they d be going, ‘Oh my God, why do I have feelings? Where did this come from?’”“I pitched it as a show that is going to start very fun and goofy, like most adult animated shows, but by the end of its first season, it s going to turn into more of a dramedy along the lines of a live-action show, like a Girls or even Mad Men, which felt a little more unprecedented in the world of animation, to indulge that much in seriousness and emotion. We were going to trick people by making people think it was a typical animated sitcom, but actually by the end of the season, they d be going, ‘Oh my God, why do I have feelings? Where did this come from?’. I always assumed the audience would join us on this ride and go from, ‘Oh, this is fun. This is silly,’ to, ‘Oh my God, I have feelings.’ It never occurred to me that some people might see the silly part and go, ‘Not for me,’ click and not even know that the rest of the show turns into this totally other thing. I think if I were doing it again, I might try to include more clues at the beginning that this was a more serious show. Even then, I think it s hard to do because there are clues in the beginning: In the first episode of the show, BoJack and Diane have like a two-minute conversation on the fleeting nature of happiness, right? That s the thing that everybody loved about the first season, that it did that change and that it was both of those things, that it wasn t just one or the other. When we were working on season two, I definitely felt the confidence of, ‘Let s go further in that direction because that s what the show is. That s the sweet spot.’”“People loved the Grouplove song, and people loved the Patrick Carney/Ralph Carney song. At the end of the day, we thought, ‘Could we do both?’”“Andy Gowan is our music supervisor, and he kind of put the word out to a bunch of different bands and a bunch of different artists, ‘Hey, here s a new show. We re looking for some music.’ We got a lot of responses, and the two that kind of rose to the top for me were this very playful, sing-songy, Grouplove song and this very heavy, spooky Patrick Carney and Ralph Carney song. I remember there was a lot of debate over which song are we going to use, and then as we kept watching, director Mike Roberts put together this incredible sequence of BoJack going through his day, and we played different songs over it to see what felt right. We d bring in people from the crew, we did focus groups, and it was pretty evenly split. People loved the Grouplove song, and people loved the Patrick Carney/Ralph Carney song. At the end of the day, we thought, ‘Could we do both?’ We ended up using the Patrick Carney, Ralph Carney song at the beginning… I think it is a little bit of a hint of what s to come in the show. It does make you think like, ‘Oh, this feels a little more dramatic than like a typical animated, fun sitcom.’ Then I think the Grouplove song [used in the end credits], kind of the opposite, is so fun and bright, and at the end of some of our episodes, which are really downer endings, it almost feels like an ironic poke in the ribs. I ve really enjoyed using that song as juxtaposition against all these different endings. Essentially as the show has gotten more and more serious, it s kind of revealed itself to have new layers to it.”Will Arnett (BoJack), Raphael Bob-Waksberg, Paul F. Tompkins (Mr. Peanutbutter), Alison Brie (Diane), and Aaron Paul (Todd). (Photo by Eric Charbonneau/Netflix) As soon as I saw Will Arnett s name, I was like, ‘Oh my God, yes, that s the guy,’ because he s so funny, but there s also a darkness to him. “The character of BoJack was not written with Will in mind. I wasn t thinking, ‘You know who d be a great, washed up, sad, lonely actor? Will Arnett.’ It was written for this drawing that Lisa Hanawalt had drawn of this horse guy. Then once we were developing the project, we thought, ‘Before we pitch this around, it might help to have some talent attached.’ Linda Lamontagne is our casting director, and she kind of drew up a list: ‘Here are some actors I think would be right for this.’ As soon as I saw Will Arnett s name, I was like, ‘Oh my God, yes, that s the guy,’ because he s so funny, but there s also a darkness to him. I feel like in his gravelly performance, you feel like he s lived a life, and there s a sadness lurking underneath there. Again, he s so funny. I mean, there are lines that we have made BoJack say that I would not have the chutzpah to give to an actor because they re so dopey, but that I knew that Will Arnett could pull them off. I remember in the writer s room, like looking at a line in a script being like, ‘Are we really going to keep this line in? This is so stupid.’ Then we do the table read, and Will Arnett reads it, and it s the funniest thing you ve ever heard. You re like, ‘Oh my God, he took our dumbest stuff, and he spun it into gold.’”“Who would be the funniest person to be judging this booty competition reality show? What if it s Felicity Huffman?”“We ve had a lot of incredible guest stars over the years. Usually, it just happens because we write a script, and then we think, ‘Who would be a good person for this script? Who would be the funniest person to be judging this booty competition reality show? What if it s Felicity Huffman?’ Then we go to them, and they usually say ‘yes,’ which is crazy. Occasionally, we ll hear something like, ‘Oh, this person s a big fan of the show.’ Then we ll keep them in mind if there s a part for them to play.When anybody likes the show, it s a shock and a delight to me, and it feels great, and it makes me suspicious that they re tricking me. Then when we ve had people come on the show or people that I ve seen, who have been heroes of mine, tell me they re fans of the show, that completely blows my mind. To have Weird Al Yankovic, who I grew up with, come be a guest star on the show and tell me personally that he really loves the show, my brain can t process that. I don t know how to take that kind of compliment, and I quickly change the subject to something else.”Amy Sedaris is Princess Carolyn. (Photo by © Netflix)“We wanted to, through Princess Carolyn, explore what is it like being another person in this person s life? That episode, ‘Say anything,’ has the first really sad ending of the series.”“I think a big turning point for our show happens in that first season at really episode seven and episode eight, which are called ‘Say Anything’ and ‘The Telescope.’ ‘Say Anything’ is episode seven, and that s an episode that s entirely told from Princess Carolyn s perspective. Up to that moment, almost everything that s happened in the show has been through BoJack[’s perspective]. A few episodes had small B stories or C stories, but they re really heavy A-story episodes. Then to switch it and be like, ‘No, BoJack is the side story this time, it’s really focused on this other character,’ felt like a bit of a departure for us. BoJack kind of falls into some sort of wreckage and steps out and like dusts himself off and wanders into the next misadventure. We wanted to, through Princess Carolyn, explore what is it like being another person in this person s life? What is it like attaching yourself to this kind of toxicity? That episode, ‘Say Anything,’ has the first really sad ending of the series. Everything up until then had been pretty light – or maybe we d end on like a dark kind of joke – but ‘Say Anything’ really ends on a serious, kind of sad moment with this lonely character. That for me was a real sign of where we wanted to go.”
This month’s baker’s dozen of televisual offerings boasts timely, social-conscious comedies and dramas; a pair of reboots of beloved classics; several superhero (and otherwise witchily powered) protagonists; and one of the most engrossing and original cat-and-mouse thrillers of the new millennium. Buckle up, because April’s going to keep you busy!The Twilight Zone 66% (CBS All Access)What it is: A reboot of creator Rod Sterling’s eerie and prescient anthological classic from 1959, now hosted and produced by modern master of horror Jordan Peele (an Oscar winner for Get Out and record-breaker for Us)? All we can say is: Sign us up. Why you should watch it: When it comes to horror series that episodically tackle various social and political matters through a sci-fi and technology-driven lens, Netflix’s Black Mirror has been the buzzy new kid on the block for four seasons strong. But there’s still nothing like the taste of an original, and with Peele at the helm, this Twilight Zone is in more than capable hands. Catch up on the original series then tune in to season 1 of this reboot, which streams on CBS All Access April 1. Where to watch it: Amazon, Google Play, Microsoft, Netflix, VuduCommitment: Approx. 65 hours (for the original first five seasons)The Last O.G. (TBS)What it is: The Last O.G. is a laugh-out-loud comedy series with something to say. Following ex-con Tray (Tracy Morgan) as he readjusts to life in a gentrified Brooklyn after 15 years behind bars, the half-hour is ripe for fish-out-of-water gags while also portraying social matters of the day. Why you should watch it: Is Jordan Peele taking over the world? Apparently — because he’s also got credits this month as the co-creator of this acclaimed comedy series on TBS. Starring a never-better Morgan and Girls Trip breakout-turned-bonafide star Tiffany Haddish as his estranged ex, there’s no reason why the very funny Last O.G. shouldn’t make your binge list this month. Season 2 premieres April 2 on TBS. Where to watch it: Amazon, Google Play, Microsoft, Netflix, VuduCommitment: Approx. 3.5 hours (for the first season)Brockmire 98% (IFC)What it is: After suffering a public meltdown in the aftermath of his wife’s string of affairs, nationally acclaimed sports announcer Jim Brockmire (Hank Azaria) turns to drugs and alcohol to cope. Then one day, 10 years later, he decides to pick himself up, move to a small town, and get back to work calling games for the minor league Morristown Frackers.Why you should watch it: Six-time Emmy winner Azaria is perhaps best known for his voice work on The Simpsons, but it’s always a pleasure to watch him get to work in front of the camera. The laughs still land. To watch his growth through the titular Brockmire’s character arc in the first two seasons is simply great (and easily binge-able) comedic TV — and that’s not to mention the firecracker energy Amanda Peet brings as Azaria’s co-lead. Season 3 premieres April 3.Where to watch it: Amazon, Google Play, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 6.5 hours (for the first two seasons)Cloak and Dagger 87% (Freeform)What it is: Marvel is at its best when highlighting young heroes who are in over their head while learning the gifts and limits to their newfound superpowers. Cloak Dagger comes with the twist that Tandy Bowen and Tyrone Johnson’s powers — emitting light and engulfing in darkness, respectively — are the yin to the other s yang, inexplicably connected and best when joined together. Their vastly different backgrounds make them unlikely partners, as do their growing feelings for one another. Why you should watch it: The chemistry between leads Tandy (Olivia Holt) and Tyrone (Aubrey Joseph) is the kind of urgent magnetism you can’t look away from — which makes a season 1 binge of this teen-oriented action-drama series go down easy. See what all the buzz is about before season 2 premieres on Freeform April 4. Where to watch it: Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, Hulu, VuduCommitment: Approx. 7 hours (for the first season)Chilling Adventures of Sabrina 81% (Netflix)What it is: Based on the beloved Archie comic and from creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, this iteration of Sabrina the Teenage Witch has a dark and spooky twist, charting the titular witch’s (Kiernan Shipka) coming of age as she’s forced to choose between human normalcy and her magic’s haunting lore.Why you should watch it: Who says Halloween can’t come early? Chilling Adventures of Sabrina was a hit out the gate last fall upon its debut, which was followed up by a Christmas special, satiating the appetites of Riverdale fans and the Melissa Joan Hart 90s series alike. Lucky for you, even more chilling adventures await this month. Season 2 premieres April 5.Where to watch: NetflixCommitment: Approx. 11 hours (for the first season)The Tick 95% (Amazon Prime)What it is: Creator Ben Edlund brings beloved comic-book The Tick to Amazon Prime, where his titular hero (here played by Peter Serafinowicz) tries to save his city from the presumed-dead supervillain secretly pulling political strings in the underground: the Terror. Why you should watch it: The Tick finds the perfect blend between superheroic, shoot-’em-up action and silly camp and comedy. Plus, the bromance between Serafinowicz’s hero and his unassuming sidekick, Arthur (Griffin Newman), is one for the books.Where to watch it: AmazonCommitment: Approx. 5 hours (for the first season)The Chi (Showtime)What it is: You’ve never seen Chicago like this. Created by Master of None Emmy winner Lena Waithe, this Showtime series portrays the city’s South Side neighborhood as a tapestry of want and need, violence and love, and altogether human after our central four heroes (played by Jason Mitchell, Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine, Jacob Latimore, and Alex R. Hibbert) are brought together in unexpected ways after one life- and community-altering event. Why you should watch it: The Chi is an unflinching, authentic, and timely coming-of-age drama boasting some of the best actors and writers — well-known and otherwise — working today. While the series’ namesake city has become a talking point of good and bad on Capitol Hill, it offers a timely look at some of the social and justice issues being debated in that spotlight today while still being nuanced, character-driven entertainment. Season 2 premieres on Showtime April 7.Where to watch it: Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, Hulu, VuduCommitment: Approx. 8 hours (for the first season)Killing Eve 89% (BBC America)What it is: From the mind of Fleabag’s Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Killing Eve is a female-driven cat-and-mouse espionage thriller between a globetrotting assassin, Villanelle (Jodie Comer), and a MI5 security operative, the titular Eve (Sandra Oh).Why you should watch it: There is something so effortlessly watchable and utterly likable about Oh, and the fact that Killing Eve gives her the opportunity to flex that charm (and brains and brawn and sensuality — the list goes on) as a top-billed leading lady is reason enough to watch. The fact that she’s met mark-for-mark by relative newcomer Comer is the reason you’ll stick around for the binge and want more when you’re done. Season 2 premieres on BBC America April 7. Where to watch it: Amazon, Google Play, Hulu, MicrosoftCommitment: Approx. 6 hours (for the first season)Game of Thrones 89% (HBO)What it is: This critical darling and fan-favorite fantasy series needs no introduction. Based on George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire book series, Game of Thrones charts the rise and fall of families and kingdoms in the mythical Westeros as one after another fights for the Iron Throne.Why you should watch it: Over the course of its seven seasons, Game of Thrones has tapped into the cultural zeitgeist, become Monday’s mandatory water-cooler conversation, and stirred national debate on what’s to come for its ensemble of beloved characters. Fan theories abound, so if you’re new to Westeros, stay away from Reddit until you’re all caught up. We promise it’s an adventure you don’t want to miss. Season 8 (its last) premieres on HBO April 14.Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNOW, Google Play, HBO Now, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 65 hours (for the first seven seasons)Bosch 97% (Amazon Prime)What it is: Titus Welliver stars as Harry Bosch, a steely, determined homicide detective keeping watch over the City of Angels in this Amazon Prime original series. Each season follows one major case and strikes the perfect balance between contemporary crime grit and smooth, yesteryear noir.Why you should watch it: Bosch may be the best crime series you’ve never heard of. Change that! Co-creator Eric Ellis Overmyer is a seasoned vet of the genre, with roots planted firmly in the crime genre. Homicide: The Movie and Law Order both earned him Emmy nominations in 2000 and 2002, respectively. He knows his way around the daily dramas of LAPD homicide and proves the perfect collaborator for the source material’s author, Michael Connelly. Season 5 premieres on Amazon Prime April 19.Where to watch: AmazonCommitment: About 30 hours (for the first four seasons)Cobra Kai 93% (YouTube Premium)What it is: Cobra Kai charts the re-opening of The Karate Kid’s infamous Cobra Kai dojo from none other than Johnny Lawrence himself. It makes for a modern-day twist on the classic 1980s film franchise.Why you should watch it: It’s 2018, and nostalgia is the name of the game. Luckily, Cobra Kai, from creator Robert Mark Kamen, has it in spades. Featuring committed performances from Karate Kid original players Ralph Macchio as Daniel and William Zabka as Johnny, this reboot feels as comfortable and entertaining as ever, and it’s further brought to life by an ensemble of young actors finding their own footing in the discipline of karate. Season 2 premieres on YouTube Premium (formerly YouTube Red) April 24.Where to watch it: YouTube PremiumCommitment: Approx. 5 hours (for the first season)The 100 93% (The CW)What it is: Here’s another intelligent, original take on the post-nuclear apocalypse from Jason Rothenberg for the CW. Set 97 years after nuclear war wiped out humanity, the mere thousands remaining survived by escaping on an ark-like spaceship that remained within Earth’s orbit. The twisty caveat? The series’ title represents the 100 juvenile prisoners who, against their will, are forced out of the Ark and back to Earth to learn if it’s habitable. To their surprise, it turns out that some humans lived through the nuclear war from the century prior — and not all of them are ready to befriend the young visitors.Why you should watch it: As is the case with much of the CW’s slate of programming, The 100 is led by an impressive ensemble of young, breakout actors who are made all the more impressive by their series’ meatier material. Plus with an air-tight concept as its foundation, there’s a reason we’ve been coming back for five seasons now. Season 6 premieres April 30.Where to watch it: Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, Netflix, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 50 hours (for the first five seasons)Thumbnail photo credits: Game of Thrones by Helen Sloane/HBO; Cobra Kai for YouTube Premium; Killing Eve for BBC AMERICA/Sid Gentle Films Ltd.
一部分玩家认为LOL手游之所以一直拖着主要是为了给王者荣耀让路，其实王者荣耀和LOL手游，不论在操作手感上还是战斗策略上，两款游戏还是有一些不同的。 CHAPELWAITEWhat We Know: Based on King s short story Jerusalem s Lot from his 1978 Night Shift collection, this upcoming Epix drama series stars Schitt s Creek s Emily Hampshire and Oscar winner Adrien Brody. Set in the 1850s, it follows his character, a recently widowed father of three who relocates his family to his small, sleepy town in Maine. However, doing so means that he will have to confront the terrors and secrets that have haunted his family for generations. She plays an author on assignment who has writer s block, a theme familiar to those who know King s work.Brothers Jason and Peter Filardi (The Craft) are the showrunners.CHRISTINEWhat We Know: King s Christine is revving up for a reboot. The book centers on a teen whose life goes on a collision course after he buys a used 1958 Plymouth Fury that drives like it has a mind of its own. It came out in 1983, along with a film adaptation that was directed by John Carpenter. In 2021, Deadline reported that Hannibal creator Bryan Fuller would be directing a new version of the story and that Sony Pictures and Blumhouse would be producing.THE DARK HALFWhat We Know: King has long been able to mine details of his own life for source material and his The Dark Half is no exception. Published in 1989 after it was revealed that he had written under the pen name Richard Bachman, this horror story imagines what happens if a writer s pseudonym came to life and also happened to be blood-thirsty. A 1993 film version from director George A. Romero and starring Timothy Hutton fell flat and has a 56% Tomatometer score. A new film adaptation from director Alex Ross Perry was announced in 2019. No casting or premiere date has been announced.News broke a few months before this announcement that Perry was also attached to write and direct a film adaptation of King s 2003 short story Rest Stop. That story is a cat-and-mouse thriller involving two women.DRUNKEN FIREWORKSWhat We Know: Not all of the Stephen King adaptations being produced are from the horror genre. This story centers on a heated rivalry between a mechanic and a mob boss who engage in a battle of wills over who can produce the more impressive Fourth of July fireworks display. Drunken Fireworks is based on a short story of the same name from a collection of fiction titled The Bazaar of Bad Dreams. It includes the narrative poem The Bone Church, which has been optioned for a TV series.Deadline reported in June of 2016 that James Franco s Rabbit Bandini Productions and Rubicon Entertainment were planning on adapting the story into a film with Franco on board to star and potentially direct (He also starred in Hulu s adaptation of the King-based Kennedy-centric miniseries 11.22.63). The script was to be written by Matt Rager, who has written several Franco-directed films already. Outside of that, there hasn t been any recorded movement since.(Photo by Blumhouse)FIRESTARTERWhat We Know: In 1984, a post-E.T. Drew Barrymore starred in an adaptation of King s 1980 novel Firestarter, which told the story of a young girl named Charlie born to psychic parents who possesses the ability to control fire with her mind. Like E.T., Charlie becomes the target of shady government types who seek to weaponize her unique talent, and of course, things eventually spiral out of control.Perhaps partially inspired by the recent popularity of Stranger Things, Universal and horror super-producer Blumhouse announced that they would be bringing a new adaptation of the novel to the big screen with Scott Teems, who worked on the upcoming Halloween sequel Halloween Kills for them, penning the script. In December 2019, it was announced that The Vigil s Keith Thomas would direct. In 2020, Zac Efron joined the cast and it was announced in 20201 that American Horror Story s Ryan Kiera Armstrong would star.FROM A BUICK 8What We Know: In 2019, The Expanse s Thomas Jane and his producing partner Courtney Lauren Penn acquired the long-idling rights to King s best-selling 2002 novel. Jane later announced that Jim Mickle was directing. The novel centers on a 1953 Buick Roadmaster, which has been locked away in a Pennsylvania State Police storage shed for decades until it draws the attention of the surviving son of a state trooper who was killed en route to a call involving the same Buick. This, of course, isn t the first evil vintage car story written by King that has been made into a movie; one of the earliest adaptations of his work was John Carpenter s Christine in 1983, which centered on a possessed 1958 Plymouth Fury (a new version of this story is in the works with Sony Pictures and Blumhouse).(Photo by Warner Bros. courtesy Everett Collection)HEARTSWhat We Know: Remember that Anthony Hopkins movie from 2001 called Hearts in Atlantis? You know, the one that features a young Anton Yelchin and centers on Hopkins mysterious character who has telepathic and telekinetic powers? Well, that film was actually based on two of the stories collected in the book of the same title (although, neither of which were the one that provided the book s title). Thanks to a couple of filmmakers who are Stephen King fans, however, we may actually one day get a proper Hearts in Atlantis movie.In September of 2016, Variety announced that director Johannes Roberts and his frequent writing partner Ernest Riera planned to adapt the short story Hearts in Atlantis as a new coming-of-age film called simply Hearts. It would be set in 1966 and focus on the experiences of a group of University of Maine students who become addicted to the card game Hearts and discover that the rest of their lives are falling apart. Roberts and Riera previously brought us The Other Side of the Door and 47 Meters Down, but this is expected to be more in line with King adaptations like Stand By Me or The Shawshank Redemption.THE INSTITUTEWhat We Know: King s 2019 novel was barely off the printing presses before a TV adaptation was announced. Writer David E. Kelley and director Jack Bender, who already had success partnering on adapting King s Bill Hodges Trilogy of books into the Audience Network series Mr. Mercedes, are developing this book as a limited series.The story follows a young boy with special powers who is kidnapped and sent to live in the titular institute, where a staff perform various experiments on him and other students. He escapes and a small-town sheriff is on the case. And if you think this sounds like Stranger Things, a show that has long referenced King s early work, you are not alone.“I like [Stranger Things] a lot, but it does owe something to It,” King told Rolling Stone when The Institute was released. “That’s another book about kids who are weak and helpless by themselves — but together can make something that is very strong.”A network for the miniseries has not been named.THE JAUNTWhat We Know: This one s been sitting in development longer than any of the others, so it s anyone s guess how long it ll be before it makes its way to the big screen, even with the people reportedly involved with it namely director Andy Muschietti, who of course has already had two Stephen King hits with a little story about a shapeshifting clown.Nevertheless, as of 2019, Muschietti was still attached to The Jaunt, which is based on a sci-fi short story set in the 24th century that is about an interplanetary teleportation journey gone wrong. Brad Pitt s Plan B Entertainment optioned the 1981 story back in March of 2015 with Muschietti on board. In 2019, Muschietti told Consequence of Sound that he was still very much involved in this project, saying that we finally have a writer that can do it and that it’s tough to crack because it’s such a great short story, and then you have to expand it into a great film narrative. It took awhile, but now I think we got it. I don’t want to tell too much.”Muschietti also confirmed in that interview that he is involved in an adaptation of the novel Roadwork, which King published in 1981 under his Richard Bachman pseudonym. ZeroZeroZero s Pablo Trapero would direct.“Roadwork is definitely a more human drama,” Muschietti told the publication. “I always loved it. It’s not one of his biggest hits, but it always resonated and I can’t explain why.JOYLANDWhat We Know: King s bounty of material means that there is something for almost every TV network, as evident by an adaptation of his 2013 novel Joyland for Freeform. The network famous for shows like Pretty Little Liars and Grown-ish is developing this story that focuses on another young adult. Deadline reported in 2018 that the plot would focus on a college student who takes a summer job at an amusement park in a North Carolina tourist town, confronts the legacy of a vicious murder, the fate of a dying child and the way both will change his life forever. Chris Peña (Jane the Virgin) and Cyrus Nowrasteh (The Stoning of Soraya M.) were writing the pilot.THE LONG WALKWhat We Know: One of the other four novels that King published under the pen name, Richard Bachman, this story takes place in a dystopian future America, where a ruthless dictator holds an annual contest in which 100 teenage boys are randomly selected to participate in the titular endurance contest until only one remains alive.In 2007, Frank Darabont, who had already made The Shawshank Redemption and The Green Mile and had just completed The Mist, acquired the film rights to The Long Walk, as it was a bit of a passion project for him. Unfortunately, those rights lapsed before he ever got the chance to make the film, and in April of 2018, New Line Cinema (who, of course, brought us It) nabbed them and signed James Vanderbilt (Zodiac, The Amazing Spider-Man, Independence Day: Resurgence) to write the script and produce. In 2019, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark s André Øvredal was brought on as director.In a 2020 interview with Coming Soon, Øvredal assured fans that even though the coronavirus pandemic that shut down Hollywood is just wrecking everything, this project is still alive and well and moving along.”MILE 81What We Know: In 2019, Deadline broke the story that a big-screen adaptation of Mile 81 was in the works with Alistair Legrand set to direct and co-write with Luke Harvis (the duo also collaborated on 2015 s The Diabolical s). Since then, not much more is known.This 2011 King novella relies on some of the author s favorite topics, such as teens running amok, a small town in Maine and enemies on four wheels.It is not to be confused with his 2008 novella, N. That one, which is also set in Maine and also deals with teens avoiding certain death but has eight creepy stones harboring ancient evil instead of anything really to do with a car is reportedly being developed as a TV series by Gaumont TV. Deadline reported in 2017 that the project would be called 8.(Photo by ©Warner Brothers)OVERLOOKWhat We Know: You know what they say: All work and no play makes a streaming service Anyway, new streaming platform HBO Max has given a series order to Overlook. Produced by J.J. Abrams Bad Robot, the show is inspired by and will feature characters from King s 1977 thriller The Shining and plans to explore the untold, terrifying stories of the most famous haunted hotel in American fiction. Bad Robot also produced Hulu s Castle Rock, which was also based on King s characters and locations.REVELATIONSWhat We Know: In July of 2020, it was announced that The CW was developing Revelations, a series based on the King short story The Revelations of ’Becka Paulson. According to Variety, the one-hour drama would follow a Pollyanna-ish young woman who, after accidentally shooting herself in the brain with a nail gun, is recruited by an over-it Jesus to be his chosen one in stopping the apocalypse. Last Man Standing s Maise Culver is the writer and co-executive producer.(Photo by Michael Kovac/Getty Images)REVIVALWhat We Know: Although Josh Boone, a King obsessive and co-creator of 2020 s The Stand miniseries, took a crack at adapting Revival, it s Doctor Sleep s Mike Flanagan who is bringing the movie to fruition. He said in a 2020 interview that the story is relentlessly dark and cynical and I’m enjoying the hell out of that. The story centers on a minister whose wife and son are killed in a car accident and then begins to experiment with secret electricity and the young man who reconnects with the preacher as a heroine-addicted adult and who becomes his new assistant, of sorts.SLEEPING BEAUTIESWhat We Know: AMC is developing a television adaptation of Sleeping Beauties, the 2017 best-seller that King wrote with his son Owen. According to the logline, which was released during the winter 2020 Television Critics Association press tour, the project is set in a small Appalachian town where there’s a strange mystical occurrence that causes all the women to fall asleep, leaving the men to try and rescue them. But do the women want to be rescued? No premiere date or casting has been announced. The project was first announced in April of 2019 a few months before AMC premiered NOS4A2, a horror series based on a book written by King s other son, Joe Hill.SUFFER THE LITTLE CHILDRENWhat We Know: After the success of the It remake in 2017, Variety reported that Sean Carter (Keep Watching) would be directing an adaptation of this King short story. Published in Cavalier magazine in 1972 and later part of King s Nightmares Dreamscapes anthology, this piece follows an elementary school teacher who begins to notice that her students have some unique traits (think texture showing up below their skin and a conspiratorial way that they play at recess). Then mysterious deaths start happening in her small town.THE TAILSMANWhat We Know: In 1984, Stephen King co-wrote a book called The Talisman with horror novelist Peter Straub. It s about a 12-year-old boy who possesses the ability to move seamlessly between our world and a parallel world known as the Territories. Steven Spielberg actually bought the rights to the book in 1982 even before it was published because he liked the story so much. He held onto those rights for decades, revealing in an Entertainment Weekly interview in 2018 that he was hoping to get this movie made in the next couple of years. As it happens, Spielberg s own Amblin Entertainment signed Josh Boone to write the screenplay in October of 2017. In 2019, it was reported that The Handmaid s Tale s Mike Barker would direct and that Chris Sparling was writing the script. The film production may see competition from TV. The Hollywood Reporter noted in 2021 that Stranger Things Curtis Gwinn was showrunning and executive producing a Netflix series based on the story and that Spielberg was producing along with Stranger Things creators Matt and Ross Duffer and others.THROTTLEWhat We Know: Deadline reported in May 2020 that streaming service HBO Max was in early development on a feature adaptation of the novella from King and son, Jon Hill. The plot, fittingly, follows a father-and-son led biker gang who are terrorized by a big-rig truck on a deserted section of the American desert. Raising Dion s Leigh Dana Jackson is writing the screenplay and producers include David S. Goyer and Keith Levine.(Photo by ABC)THE TOMMYKNOCKERSWhat We Know: In March of 2018, The Hollywood Reporter revealed that a new adaptation of the 1987 novel The Tommyknockers was in the works, with the Conjuring universe s James Wan and It producer Roy Lee, on board to produce it. Some might recall that there was a 1993 ABC miniseries adaptation of the book, which focuses on the discovery of an alien spacecraft in a small town and its dangerous, otherworldly influence over the people who live there. As it happens, Wan and Lee are also teaming up with producer Larry Sanitsky, who produced that 1993 miniseries.Just about a month after that initial announcement, Universal actually won a fierce bidding war to distribute the film, and that August, Jeremy Slater (writer The Lazarus Effect, 2015 s Fantastic Four, and Death Note) signed on to adapt the novel. Outside of these developments, no new details have emerged.Wan is also attached to produce a new film adaptation of King s Salem s Lot. Gary Dauberman, who wrote the It movies, would write and direct. The vampire novel has already seen a couple a other adaptations.Lee, along with Chris Romero and others, is also reportedly producing an adaptation of King s The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon. In November 2020, it was announced that Lynne Ramsay would direct from a script she co-wrote with Christy Hall. Published in 1999, the plot follows a nine-year-old who gets lost on the Appalachian Trail.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
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