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bob体育官方-投注入口采用百度引擎4(Baidu 6)The One and Only Ivan (2020) 71% Description: An adaptation of the award-winning book about one very special gorilla, Disney’s The One and Only Ivan is an unforgettable tale about the beauty of friendship, the power of visualization and the significance of the place one calls home. Ivan is a 400-pound silverback gorilla who shares a communal habitat in a suburban shopping mall with Stella the elephant, Bob the dog, and various other animals. He has few memories of the jungle where he was captured, but when a baby elephant named Ruby arrives, it touches something deep within him. Ruby is recently separated from her family in the wild, which causes him to question his life, where he comes from and where he ultimately wants to be. The heartwarming adventure, which comes to the screen in an impressive hybrid of live-action and CGI, is based on Katherine Applegate’s bestselling book, which won numerous awards upon its publication in 2013, including the Newbery Medal.Premiere Date: Aug. 14, 2020

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(Photo by Touchstone/courtesy Everett Collection)All Conjuring Universe Movies RankedThe first Conjuring movie descended with one of the great marketing hooks: That the MPAA had slapped it was an R rating for simply being too scary. And, for once, the movie itself lived up to the marketing hype: With nary any blood or boobs, The Conjuring jammed audiences into a non-stop claustrophobic horror thrill ride, as Ed and Lorraine Warren investigated paranormal activity in the 70s. A Certified Fresh rating (a first for director James Wan) helps in securing a sequel, a 0 million worldwide box office haul all but guarantees it – and the Conjuring 2 was almost as scary as the original.Years later, the Conjuring Universe is in full-swing, having now expanded into one direct sequel and many spinoffs that have whisked audiences to locales like London, Rome, and Mexico. A second direct sequel is currently filming, more from The Nun is in the works, and this Friday, the franchise s central creepy doll, Annabelle, Comes Home. This all prompts a play date with the Conjuring Universe movies, all ranked by Tomatometer below! (Photo by Brian Tallerico, Monica Castillo, David Fear, Eric Kohn, Jean Bentley, Joi Childs)Freelance critics who rely on new releases and festivals for bylines have been hit particularly hard by COVID-19–induced budget cuts, movie theater closures, festival cancellations, and movie delays. With fewer new releases to cover, publications are pivoting to binge guides, reviewing VOD releases, and focusing on already-released movies and TV series.(You can read our feature about how COVID-19 is affecting the industry and the writers and editors covering it here.)Rotten Tomatoes spoke with editors at IndieWire, Rolling Stone, and Roger – as well as freelancers who’ve published in the New York Times, The Hollywood Reporter, and Los Angeles Times, among others – for their advice on pitching and staying sane amid corona-centric industry changes.In terms of what’s keeping them grounded, critics cited their families, remote workout classes, and video chats with friends as their sources for stability amidst these uncertain times. Another common denominator is movies and TV, of course. They’re revisiting classics, catching up on things they’d previously missed, and looking forward to returning to theaters.Asked what’s keeping him sane, Rolling Stone Senior Editor David Fear answered: “The hope that one day I will be able to sit down and have a cup of coffee in a public place, or walk into a movie theater the way that I’ve done… sit down and be surrounded by people, and watch a movie, with an audience.”Below, critics offer pitching and freelancing advice in the COVID19 era.Brian Tallerico, Editor at (@Brian_Tallerico)Pivot to current needs: “I ve always done a little bit of everything, that s my advice for young writers. I ve always done a lot of TV, I ve done video game reporting, I ve done book reviews. My advice would be pivot to the needs – offer pitches on Netflix originals, you know what I mean? … More anniversary pieces and nostalgia pieces pitches. Find something that s coming up with an anniversary or find an angle on Star Wars that hasn t been written about yet, you know what I mean? If you can t do current stuff, find something evergreen. People are always going to read about Star Wars and Marvel.”Look after yourself first: “I hear from a lot of freelancers who are having trouble making rent or got furloughed from a regular gig. And I know how hard that is. I ve tried to tell my freelancers if you need a break, if you need time, the fact of the matter is none of us, no one can produce quality work from a truly stressful headspace.”Make it unique: “General advice to young writers: make it unique. One of the questions I often ask people when they pitch me is, how is this different than something I ve read somewhere else? I don t want to read the same thing that I ve read a thousand times. … It s got to be different than something we ve already published in review form. … Stay true to your voice and make sure your voice is unique. Those are the two things. I want to hear you and I want to hear something I haven t heard before. Don t try to appease any masses or any audience. Tell me something you re interested in writing about, because that s the only way it s going to be interesting – if you re interested in writing about it.”David Fear, Senior Editor and Film Critic at Rolling Stone (@davidlfear)Tailor your pitch to what s going on: “The rules of pitching before this still apply. Try and be patient with editors getting back to you. Check and make sure that then haven t run five similar stories over the last three weeks to what you re pitching… Know your outlet. Try and come in like a lamb and not the lion. Figure out how to tailor your pitch to what s going on, in a way that doesn t feel like it s requiring the Bikram yoga stretch to have it make sense.”Jean Bentley, Freelance TV Writer and Television Critics Association Board Member (@hijean)Give yourself some freedom: “Honestly, the way that I work is essentially what everyone is now forced to do. I usually work from home. I try to keep myself to business hours whenever I can… I don t work on weekends. I don t work super late unless I m on a deadline and really pressed. But I also give myself a lot of freedom – if I m not feeling good or I just can t, sometimes you re trying to write and you just can t – I m like, you know what, I ve got time on this, I m just going to watch some screeners or watch this show that I m not caught up on and I ll come back to it later.”Keep your editors informed – especially if you re struggling: “I found that if you communicate with your editors when you re struggling with a deadline or just life right now, they re very understanding. As long as you just tell them what s going on so they re not just checking their inbox – that s something that I as an editor would be frustrated by. I m not annoyed that this piece is going to be late if it doesn t necessarily have to publish tomorrow, just tell me that it s not going to come in so I m not expecting it and planning to devote that part of my day to it.”Joi Childs, Freelance Writer and Host of The Color Grade Podcast (@jumpedforjoi)Look out for each other: “To be candid, I am a Black female critic. I try to look out for other Black female critics and other Black critics because of the just standard, systemic disadvantages that we have in this space. There are very few us in staff writer jobs. A lot of us are in the freelance pool. I m fortunate enough where I have a full-time day job in brand marketing. I always try to be mindful of the fact that, hey, can I write this for the MTR Network, which is a friend s site that I ve been writing for that can still help me fulfill my quotas, to keep my guild membership or hit my personal goal, without potentially taking food and a check from somebody who s struggling even more?”Eric Kohn, Executive Editor and Chief Critic at IndieWire (@erickohn)Experiment with TV writing: “I always think if you can write about movies, you can write about TV, and if you haven t experimented with writing about TV, now is the time to really get into that.”Lean into your reporting experience: “Anybody who can write about the streaming space in a very complex way is in a really good situation because there is a lot of demand for that. I mean, it s basically impossible to cover new releases. So if you can find original angles on anything that s widely available on a major streaming platform, whether it s an older film or something that s slightly new, I think that s a really important skill to take into account. Being able to report a story, pick up the phone and talk to sources, is really valuable right now, because people are in a real kind of sense of unknown and helping them talk through the situation is a really important asset that journalists can have. Being able to report on the industry right now is incredibly valuable. And if you have an original angle along those lines, I think it s something that a lot of publications are going to be interested in.”Know the publication you re pitching to – and its needs: “It s important to take a look at publications – this is important in any context, not just the current climate – and see how they are already covering movies and TV, and make sure you re not being redundant. Find something that seems like it could be up their alley that they haven t already done it yet. Something that might take a little bit more work than a full-time employee might have the bandwidth to do, but could also resonate for the readers of that publication. Say, an oral history or a deep dive on a certain filmmaker or something like that. That could be really compelling and appealing to readers right now, but also requires enough time that would justify a freelancer s investment.”Monica Castillo, Freelance Critic and Film Writer (@mcastimovies)Give yourself more time: “I m noticing that I m asking for more time. Maybe that s my advice to other freelancers who are really struggling through just keeping their focus on writing or pitching or whatever it might be, is to just give yourself the extra time. I feel like a lot of editors are also looking for that because everyone is just so overwhelmed in one way or another. I ve slowed down my productivity, but it allows me to actually make my deadlines a lot easier.”

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Alita: Battle Angel (2019) 61% The Japanese cyberpunk manga Battle Angel Alita began publication back in 1990, and when James Cameron got wind of it (via Guillermo del Toro, no less), he became instantly fascinated by it and began development on it as a passion project. Ultimately, after years of delays, Cameron found himself occupied by Avatar and its sequels, so he handed the reins over to Robert Rodriguez. The film centers on a scientist (Christoph Waltz) who discovers a deactivated cyborg (played in motion-capture by Rosa Salazar) in a junkyard and gives her a new body, only to realize her previous function was much more lethal. Alita: Battle Angel has impressed critics with its groundbreaking, immersive special effects par for the course with any film produced by James Cameron but it takes some of its narrative cues from better films that have come before. It s an eye-popping theater experience, to be sure, and if that s what you re looking for, Alita delivers enough entertainment value to keep you in your seat. Just don t expect to be blown away or even particularly engaged by its story.bob体育官方-投注入口尽管后续有很多游戏尝试冲击它在手游圈子的地位,可还是没有哪款游戏能真正与其抗衡,甚至就连前段时间的LOL手游都没能触碰到它的高度,让一些吃瓜玩家也颇感意外。

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(Photo by @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, @ Marvel Studios)If the footage from the Avengers: Endgame trailers is to be believed, the original Avengers will be reunited to avenge the loss of their friends, and well, half of the universe. To do this, they’ll need a clean shave (lookin’ at you Cap), new haircuts (Hello Hawkeye), and superheroes from every Phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) to help them. We don’t know what will happen after the dust settles (or reforms into our favorite superheroes), but we do know it will be a colossal conclusion to the successful 10-film third phase of the MCU.In honor of the grand finale to Phase 3, and in preparation for a new wave of heroes taking over, we’ve done a Tomatometer deep dive into the 21 films that make up the three phases of the MCU so far. The result? Eighteen fascinating – we hope! – stats about the MCU, covering every one of the Marvel Studios films released since 2008. Dig in below, and let us know in the comments whether you agree or disagree with the Tomatometer s findings.1. THE AVERAGE TOMATOMETER AND AUDIENCE SCORES FOR THE ENTIRE MCU ARE ALMOST IDENTICAL — JUST 1.7% APART.(Photo by Zade Rosenthal/©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Average Audience Score: 82.1% | Average Tomatometer Score: 83.8% The average Audience Score for every film in the MCU is 82.1%, while the average Tomatometer score is 83.8% — so much for pretentious critics! A 1.7% split is almost unheard of with single films at Rotten Tomatoes, let alone when averaging out scores across 21 movies. Critics and fans: Assemble!2. THE IRON MAN, THOR, AND CAPTAIN AMERICA TRILOGIES EACH HAD DIFFERENT TOMATOMETER TRAJECTORIESIron Man (93%) | Iron Man 3 (79%) | Iron Man 2 (73%)Thor: Ragnarok (92%) | Thor (77%) | Thor: The Dark World (67%)Captain America: Civil War (91%) | Captain America: Winter Soldier (90%) | Captain America: The First Avenger (80%)It’s fitting that franchises featuring playboy billionaires, Asgardian gods, and a clean-cut super soldier would have Tomatometer trajectories as distinct as their titular heroes. The Iron Man trilogy started super Fresh (93%) and its sequels couldn’t recapture the first installment s glory, whereas Thor and Captain America finished very strong (91%, 92%) with the highest Tomatometer-rated movies in their trilogies. Only Captain America avoided a sophomore slump with Captain America: Winter Soldier (90%), while Thor: Ragnarok (92%) totally redeemed its franchise by making a 25% improvement after the near-Rotten Thor: The Dark World (67%).3. BLACK PANTHER IS THE TOMATOMETER KING.(Photo by @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, @ Marvel Studios)When looking at the Tomatometer averages for superheroes who have been in at least three MCU movies, they don’t get any better than T’Challa’s 91% Tomatometer average. He has appeared in Captain America: Civil War (91%), Black Panther (97%), and Avengers: Infinity War (85%). Also, the 97% Tomatometer score for Black Panther is the best in the MCU.4. Iron Man has the highest Tomatometer and Audience Score combined average: 92%.Talk about strong beginnings: 2008’s Iron Man comes out on top when you average out each film’s Tomatometer and Audience Score. The Tomatometer score for Iron Man is 93% and the Audience Score is 91%, making for an average between the two of 92%. We know a certain “genius, billionaire, playboy philanthropist” who would be very happy to hear this.5. THE BEST TOMATOMETER STREAK HAPPENED BETWEEN 2017 and 2018. Phase 3’s Spider-Man: Homecoming (92%), Thor: Ragnarok (92%), Black Panther (97%), Avengers: Infinity War (85%), and Ant-Man and the Wasp (88%) all have above-average Tomatometer scores for the MCU (the MCU average being 83.8%) and average a stellar 90.8% on the Tomatometer. It’s a Pixar-level run that was capped off by Black Panther receiving an Academy Award nomination for Best Picture.6. THE WORST TOMATOMETER RUN HAPPENED BETWEEN 2008 and 2012.(Photo by @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, @ Marvel Studios)Nowadays, after all of the Tomatometer success the MCU has enjoyed, it’s hard to believe that The Incredible Hulk (67%), Iron Man 2 (73%), and Thor (77%) couldn t muster Tomatometer scores above 80%. Those scores aren’t bad at all, but by modern MCU standards, they’re a little lacking. We can’t be too rough on these films though, because the MCU was still in Phase 1, and the next films released were Captain American at 80% and the 92% Tomatometer-rated The Avengers.7. Guardians of the Galaxy is the most loved brand in the MCU, according to the average Audience Scores for their movies (89.5%).Other brands — heroes with one sequel or more — still don’t fare too badly: Captain America (85%), Ant-Man (81%), Iron Man (80%), and Thor (79.6%).Turns out people love A-holes who save the galaxy while listening to awesome music. The James Gunn-directed movies have a totally different vibe to their MCU counterparts (OK, Thor: Ragnarok gives us some GOTG feels), and audiences have latched onto it. You have to admire how Gunn,  the maestro behind Super and Slither, has managed to bring some of his trademark oddness — a severed toe, Jackson Pollock paintings, and a villain who named himself “Taserface” — into the mainstream superhero movie domain.8. Captain America is on the best roll: Tomatometer scores have improved for each successive Cap’ movie (80%, 90%, 91%). (Photo by @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, @ Marvel)It is the only series in the MCU (and among other superhero trilogies) to see this trend.The Captain America series reigns over all MCU trilogies (Iron Man, Thor) when it comes to Tomatometer scores — its three-film average of 87% bests the rest. Also, it is the only superhero trilogy ever to start Fresh and get better with each installment. This is something Thor, Iron Man, Batman, Spider-Man, Blade, Wolverine, and the X-Men can’t claim.9. THE TOMATOMETER AVERAGES DROP WHEN DIRECTORS COME BACK TO DIRECT A SECOND OR THIRD FILM (89% first 82.5% second or third)Joss Whedon (Marvel’s The Avengers, Avengers: Age of Ultron), James Gunn (Guardians of the Galaxy, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2), Jon Favreau (Iron Man, Iron Man 2), Peyton Reed (Ant-Man, Ant-Man and the Wasp), and the Russo Brothers (Captain America: Winter Soldier, Captain America: Civil War, Avengers: Infinity War) have directed 11 of the 21 released MCU films. The average for their first features is an excellent 89%; however, the average for the second or third films is 82.5%. All of their follow-up films were Fresh, mind you. And we re excited to see if Black Panther director Ryan Coogler can give the 82.5% average a boost when he returns to direct the sequel.10. THIRD MOVIES IN FRANCHISES HAVE THE BEST TOMATOMETER AVERAGE.(Photo by @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, @ Marvel Studios)Captain America: Civil War (91%), Thor: Ragnarok (92%), Iron Man 3 (79%), and Avengers: Infinity War (85%) have an excellent 86.75% Tomatometer average. On its own, the 86.75% average would be impressive, but when compared to the 85% and 79% averages for first and second franchise films in the MCU, it proves that the third time s a charm — according to the Tomatometer.11. Critics and audiences prefer MCU films that are over two hours.More is more in the MCU: The 15 movies in the collection that run longer than 2 hours have a much higher Tomatometer average than their five under-120-minute counterparts (86.7% compared to 76.6%). It’s a coincidence, but it’s worth noting that The Incredible Hulk (67%) and Thor: The Dark World (67%) are the lowest Tomatometer-rated movies and both have 112-minute running times. Good omen: Avengers: Endgame is apparently 182 minutes.12. MCU movies featuring human villains have a higher Tomatometer average.(Photo by © Marvel / © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Human Villains: 88.75% | Enhanced Humans: 80.8% | Non-Humans: 80.8%Unlike MCU movies involving villainous gods or bad guys who turn themselves into wild creatures, Iron Man, Iron Man 2, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Ant-Man, Captain America: Civil War, Spider-Man: Homecoming, and Black Panther all feature human villains who don’t have special powers (to begin with) and work on the fringes in order to implement their plans. Critics seem to like this approach. Perhaps these villains connect because of their relatable, human motivations — Erik Killmonger wants to right worldly wrongs, Zemo seeks revenge, Michael Keaton s Vulture is after his version of the American Dream, and no one is getting in his way. Hela, on the other hand, wants to rule the universe — something only a couple of critics we know could relate to.13. FEWER DEATHS = BETTER TOMATOMETER SCORES.Of the 21 films in the MCU, only Spider-Man: Homecoming (92%) and Ant-Man and the Wasp (88%) feature fewer than 10 deaths perpetrated by the heroes or villains, and their Tomatometer average is 90%. On the flip side, the Tomatometer average for the six most carnage-heavy MCU movies – among them, Avengers: Infinity War, Guardians of the Galaxy, and Thor: The Dark World – is 84.8%. That s dragged down by The Dark World, but still, maybe Thanos should’ve only killed an eighth of the population.14. PHASE 3 CURRENTLY HAS THE HIGHEST TOMATOMETER AVERAGE OF THE MCU PHASES, WITH AN AWESOME 88.3%.(Photo by @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, @ Marvel Studios)It’s kinda crazy that the first nine films of the eventual 10 films that will make up Phase Three of the MCU have an average Tomatometer score of 88.3%. The creative team at Marvel has been able to fine-tune its formula to the point where the lowest score of the Phase 3 movies belongs to the Certified  Fresh Captain Marvel, at 78%. The highest score belongs to the wildly popular Black Panther (97%). Phase 1 has an average Tomatometer of 80.3%, and Phase 2’s average is 80.6%. If the pattern of phase-on-phase growth were to continue, look for Phase 4 to pull off the near-impossible and collect an average of close to 100%. (Unless they break the Tomatometer, it ain’t gonna happen).15. COMEDY-HEAVY MCU MOVIES HAVE A HIGHER TOMATOMETER AVERAGE THAN MORE SERIOUS MCU FILMS (87.1% 82.2%).The main reason we wanted to drop this statistic is so we could discuss the greatness of Luis in the Ant-Man franchise. Sure, we love Korg (Thor: Ragnarok), Ned (Spider-Man: Homecoming), and Mantis (Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2), but they don’t have the storytelling chops that Luis has. Michael Peña’s portrayal of the ex-con who becomes a security consultant is pitch perfect and we can’t get enough of his truth-serum arguments and one-punch knockouts. It won’t happen, but we hope Luis pops up in Avengers: Endgame and saves the day — or at least drops some funny one-liners.16. MCU movies featuring female superheroes have higher Tomatometer (85%) and Audience Score averages (83.5%) than the MCU movies that don’t (80.8%, 78.6%).(Photo by © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Captain Marvel is the only female-led superhero film in the MCU and won’t have any company in that tier until Scarlett Johansson s Black Widow hits theaters in 2020. However, movies featuring Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), the Ancient One (Tilda Swinton), Okoye (Danai Gurira), Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson), Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen), Hope Van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly), Lady Sif (Jaimie Alexander), and/or Gamora (Zoe Saldana) have higher Tomatometer and Audience Scores on average than their more male-dominated counterparts.17. MCU movies featuring at least five superheroes teaming up have a higher Tomatometer average (87.3%) than their lone-wolf counterparts (82.1%).MCU movies that feature at least five superheroes teaming up to form a supergroup have a solid 87.3% Tomatometer average. These films include The Avengers, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Guardians of the Galaxy, Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 2, Captain America: Civil War, Thor: Ragnarok (yep, we’re considering Heimdall in our count), and Avengers: Infinity War. It’s hardly a surprise these movies score so well. The best moments of the MCU often come from the camaraderie of super crews as they battle various hordes, or each other, and the universe’s big “wow” moments are usually big team-ups — think of the “gang’s all here” slow-motion shot at the beginning of Avengers: Age of Ultron, or seeing Ant-Man steal Captain America’s shield from Spider-Man in Captain America: Civil War.18. Tony Stark = Box office gold.(Photo by Industrial Light & Magic/©Paramount/Courtesy Everett Collection)So, this isn t a Tomatometer stat, but it s damn impressive. The Iron Man trilogy may not have the highest Tomatometer average, but it is the highest grossing trilogy with a massive .7 billion worldwide haul (counting inflation). Seems that audiences love Robert Downey Jr.’s take on Tony Stark, and his appearances in non-Iron Man specific movies always guarantee success. He appears in five of the six highest-grossing Marvel movies (The Avengers, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Iron Man 3, Captain America: Civil War, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Avengers: Infinity War), and, with Avengers: Endgame coming up, his worldwide tally will easily pass billion. If Avengers: Endgame is Robert Downey Jr.’s Marvel swan song, no one can say the team at the big M didn’t get their money’s worth from him.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.Note: Calculations based on Tomatometer and Audience Scores as of April 17, 2019.Avengers: Endgame is in theaters April 26. 2019.

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The Bad Boys continue to ride at the top of the box office, as neither of the newbies this week could mount a serious challenge to the potential record-breaking January release. Guy Ritchie had a better-than-average Guy Ritchie opening (when not mounting a big tentpole picture) and horror continued to take a backseat to everything, with even a low budget not being low enough.King of the Crop: Bad Boys for Life Aims for Biggest January Release of All Time(Photo by Ben Rothstein/©Columbia Pictures)Bad Boys For Life earned another million in its second weekend release. That puts its 10-day total at 0.6 million, which places it in league with films like Ted, Twilight, and Thor, all of which grossed between 1-219 million. These are incredible numbers for a fresh January release. Clint Eastwood’s American Sniper had already been in limited release since December and was also on the verge of a big awards run when it hit a similar benchmark. The best ten-day total for a brand new January release up to this weekend was M. Night Shyamalan’s Split, whose .38 million at this point seems rather paltry now. By next weekend, not only will the third Bad Boys film surpass the gross of 2003’s summer release of Bad Boys II, but it s likely to zoom past Paul Blart: Mall Cop as the biggest January release of all-time.
Joel MearesRotten Tomatoes Get To Know Your Nominees” series will provide an in-depth look at one nominee from each of the major awards categories – the four acting categories, and directing – diving into their highest-rated work from both fans and critics, essential titles from their filmography, and featuring thoughts on their nominated film drawn from an extended interview. The Nominee: Regina KingFor some people, she’ll always be Brenda from 227. Regina King got her first acting credit in the series that starred Marla Gibbs, who had played maid Florence in The Jeffersons, and which ran from 1985-1990. Her performance as Gibbs’ character’s daughter, Brenda Jenkins, is beloved, especially in the African American community. While other actors might be a touch irritated to be best remembered for their earliest work, King is unbothered. These days, that is. “It took a couple years for me to get to the point of not becoming offended by it,  King told Rotten Tomatoes when we sat down with her in November. but now I’m like, Why would I be offended by that?”She may not have to bother asking that question soon, with a new role – that of caring mom Sharon in Barry Jenkins’ adaptation of James Baldwin’s If Beale Street Could Talk – quickly becoming her most career-defining, and putting her at the front of the pack of likely Supporting Actress nominees come Oscar time. Last week, she was nominated for a Golden Globe for the role. As she crisscrosses the country promoting the film, all while filming Damon Lindelof’s upcoming Watchmen series for HBO – multiple projects and constant work are par for the course for the actress – we spoke with her about the roles that have led her here, from fan favorites to the most critically adored to those that, like 227, are essential to the Regina King story.Fan Favorites: A Scene-Stealing Tina Turner Show That Sticks in People s MindsWith Sandra Bullock in Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous. (Photo by © Warner Bros. )Because of King s varied filmography, some fans only experience segments of her work. African American fans might recall her from Friday, Boys in the Hood, or Poetic Justice, while others may be more able to place her from her work in The Big Bang Theory, The Leftovers, or Miss Congeniality 2. King says she lets the work decide what to do next. “I want to be a part of a great story, work with creators that are collaborators, that want me, and everyone else involved, to have some ownership and appreciate what we bring to the table,” she says. Perhaps that’s why John Singleton, Shonda Rhimes, Damon Lindelof, and countless others have repeatedly enlisted her services, in front of and behind the camera. Her last directing credit for the season 3 finale of Insecure, Ghost-like, was one of the highest-rated episodes of the season.Her reputation and talent have kept her booked and busy, but to this day it’s the awkward-turned-awesome lip sync of “Proud Mary” from Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous, that lives in the hearts of many a fan. It’s not something she would have predicted at the time – the film took a critical beating, with a Tomatometer of 15% – but it’s the one people always stop her to talk about. “When we were shooting that scene,” she recalls, “my son was on set. Sandra [Bullock] was in the peacock, we had all of these Tina Turner drag queens, and when he saw me – he just stopped. The look on his face [Laughs] It was the most fantastic moment. I had no clue at the time, but that should have been a hint of how [the film] was gonna last forever.” Certified Fresh Roles: The Heart of Jerry Maguire, and Her First Emmy“Show me the money!” may be the most often-quoted line from 1996’s Jerry Maguire. And it may be followed closely by the likes of “You complete me” and You had me at hello.' But ask us, and none of those is the film’s most memorable moment. That distinction belongs to a scene involving King. Playing Cuba Gooding Jr.’s wife Marcy, and delivering the hell out of Cameron Crowe’s dialogue as her husband lies motionless on the field, King is the heart of the movie. While on the phone with struggling sports agent Jerry [Tom Cruise] after a monster hit on Monday Night Football has laid out her husband, she cries, “My whole life is this family, Jerry, and it doesn’t work without him. Just do whatever you can. Just get Rod to me.”With Cuba Gooding Jr., in Jerry Maguire. King had given birth a few months before filming, and what she recalls most about Jerry Maguire is the generosity of everyone on set. “Tom was very much there. I applaud him. He’s an actor’s actor. My son Ian was about a month old, and when [Tom] was doing his side of that scene, I’m at home in a closet doing his off-camera on the phone. [For] my side, he was, I don t even think in the city at the time, but he was there on the phone. There… for me.” She adds: “It was so beautiful that Cameron wrote a story where the black couple was a partnership, they know who they are and love each other with all of their flaws, and their family with all of their flaws.” (We’d be hard pressed to find any family that would forgive Rod’s naysaying brother TP, but at least Marcy did get a few good slaps upside his head – just for the sake of balance.)Almost 30 years to the day since her debut on 227, King was finally honored with her first Emmy (for Best Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie) for the Certified Fresh first season of American Crime. Beating out Angela Bassett, Mo’Nique, Kathy Bates, and Sarah Paulson on her first nomination, King was handed the trophy by Empire’s Taraji P. Henson and Terrence Howard, who both looked as pleased as she was about the win. King confessed she thought that a candid op-ed she had written in 2010 for the Huffington Post about the lack of minority representation in television would preclude her from future awards. “I pressed send on that draft believing – knowing – that I was never gonna be recognized by the Television Academy,” she says. Five years later, she was on stage accepting her first Emmy. “When the nomination came, it kind of floored me. I was like, Wow, I was wrong. As long as you’re honest and respectful when expressing your feelings, it s not gonna block the blessing. Since then the blessings have kept flowing, with a second Emmy win for American Crime and a surprise win just this summer for Netflix’s Seven Seconds. On stage accepting the award, King was clearly shocked and took a moment to gather her thoughts (the GIF is priceless). She then proceeded with her acceptance speech, remembering to thank Jesus in an echo of a joke told earlier in the night by co-host Michael Che, who said, “Black winners always thank Jesus.”The Regina King Essentials: The Boondocks and the Role That Could Land Her an OscarKing voiced Riley in The Boondocks. (Photo by © Cartoon Network / Courtesy: Everett Collection)When conversation turned to her famous (or perhaps infamous) voice work in controversial animated comedy The Boondocks, King was already way ahead of us. She laughed: “I knew we’d talk about The Boondocks.” Based on Aaron McGruder’s acclaimed comic strip – he also created the show – the Adult Swim series was light years ahead of its time. King voiced the two main characters, both young boys: Riley, the raucous would-be gangsta, and Huey, the bookish and socialist cynic. A memorable episode, in which the boys awaken an alternate-reality version of Martin Luther King Jr. 32 years after a failed assassination attempt, was so divisive it promoted some to call for The Boondocks  cancellation. That same episode was later honored with a Peabody.With its exploration of race and identity politics, it’s almost staggering on a re-watch just how well the show’s dialogue from over a decade ago speaks to current events. “I was always amazed how we were able to stay culturally and socially relevant,” says King. “I don t know what that says about us as a country. But I’d love to see what both [boys] would say about having a black president.” She says that she and McGruder often talk about the possibility of a return. “The Boondocks voices are missed. That s the reason why people ask about it all the time, because it’s about Americans, and the people who love Boondocks aren t just black.”And that’s a huge part of who King is as a performer: her audience. Black people especially feel a particular kinship, a closeness with her; she’s been so many familiar black women over the years that many think of her as family. She’s our sister in Poetic Justice, our tipsy auntie on a viral appearance on Watch What Happens Live, and now our mom in If Beale Street Could Talk. As Sharon, the understanding and empathetic mother of central character Tish (Kiki Lane), doing everything she can to help her pregnant daughter free her jailed fiancé, King’s performance is exceptional and authentic.King as Sharon in If Beale Street Could Talk. (Photo by @ Annapurna Releasing)Sharon is arguably King’s meatiest role yet, and she sits at the center of the movie’s most quietly moving scene. In a wordless moment towards the end of the film, Sharon removes her wig in a defeated gesture that conveys more meaning than pages of dialogue. The camera acts as a mirror: she s looking right into us. At a recent Q A, King downplayed her contribution to the scene, but Jenkins quickly corrected her: “I love the way you answered that, but, my dear, please tell them what it is – it was your idea.” She explained the idea to us simply: “That was from my life experience. It was my grandmother and her wigs, how s she s wearing her hair at home, and how she s wearing her hair to run down to the store – or which wig she wears at church.”When referencing the scene, people often ask her about her awards chances. Is she ready? How is she handling it? When we ask that same question, King replies in a way that could apply to almost all of the credits in her decades-long career.  “I m ready to continue receiving the love when people see this movie – and appreciating what being black in America looks like.”If Beale Street Could Talk opens in limited release December 14 and is released more widely on December 25. The Golden Globe Awards will be broadcast on January 6, 2019, on NBC.

It was not a notable weekend at the box office. Though the same-day streaming question certainly comes into play for one particular title, it was not a factor for the new films which led the way with some historic lows. How much new concerns over rising COVID cases across the country factored into the overall poor box office is something to take into consideration. But it might also have just been a lack of interest in the two new major titles on offer.King of the Crop: Old Win Shows Mixed Signs For Box Office Health (Photo by © Universal Pictures)Most analysts gave the edge to a certain G.I. Joe character this weekend. Then it looked like it could be a toss-up for the top slot. Ultimately, M. Night Shyamalan’s latest, Old, won handily. (Well, handily by just .7 million, but considering estimates had Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins leading with a much wider gap it was a clear and surprising reversal.)While it may surprise those chiming in on the frequent discourse over the director’s output, Old s weekend haul of .5 million is actually the lowest opening for any of his films since his breakthrough of The Sixth Sense back in 1999. The last two entries in his Unbreakable trilogy, Split and Glass, opened to million and .3 million, respectively, in 2017 and 2019. Before this weekend, his lowest opening was Lady in the Water’s million, which went on to take a career-low overall .28 million. That was the start of four straight losers at the box office for Shyamalan, including The Happening, The Last Airbender, and After Earth. The filmmaker had found a bit of career resurgence starting with The Visit in 2015 kicking off a recent string of low-budget, high-concept films that turned a healthy profit.Recommended: M. Night Shyamalan Is Feeling More and More Like His Maverick Younger SelfOn the glass half-full side, Old is another low-budget effort ( million) that may seem a bit disappointing at the moment but is hardly going to rattle Universal’s books. The half-empty side is actually more on the theatrical industry seeing as how Old is the lowest-grossing film to debut at number 1 in July in 25 years since A Time To Kill on the weekend of July 26, 1996, which actually coincided with the Atlanta Olympics that year. (This stat does not include last year when movie theaters were mostly closed.) That John Grisham adaptation actually went on to gross over 8 million, something Old will not come close to doing, but this is the third weekend since Memorial Day that the leading film grossed under million. Rotten Returns: Snake Eyes Gamble Fails to Pay Off(Photo by Ed Araquel/Paramount Pictures)Paramount moved Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins into Summer from its originally re-scheduled October date. Not that the numbers would have looked any better three months from now, but a .3 million start in July for an million-budgeted film must have someone wondering if they could have sold it to Amazon when they were having a fire sale (Coming 2 America, Without Remorse, The Tomorrow War). This is surely about more than just rising Delta variants, though, when you consider that The Rise of Cobra opened to .7 million in 2009 and Retaliation started with .5 million in 2013. That’s eight years since the last film and this is basically the second attempt to reboot the whole franchise and there have only been three movies. Perhaps the studio can take some comfort that critics have been slightly kinder to it (42% on the Tomatmeter) than the 35% and 28% Tomatometer scores of the previous films.Also qualifying is Roadside’s pick-up of Joe Bell (formerly Good Joe Bell), from Solstice Studios, which was anything but good this weekend with both a 37% on the Tomatometer and a place out of the top 10 with just 7,000 in 1,094 theaters for only a 6 per-screen-average – that is the lowest per-screen-average for any film released in over 1,000 theaters this year behind Land (1) and Voyagers (0).The Top 10 And Beyond: A New Legacy Suffers Crushing Second Quarter with 69% Dropoff(Photo by © Warner Bros. )The weekend was actually nearly even worse for Space Jam: A New Legacy, which became just the 10th film ever to open to over million and have a second weekend under million. A 69% drop from last week s .7 million to this week s .5 million actually makes it the first “PG”-rated family film to join this league. Look at the company it has now joined:The Day the Earth Stood Still (2008) (.48 million-to-.89 million)The Wolfman (.47 million-to-.89 million)Saw V (.05 million-to-.74 million)Space Jam: A New Legacy (.05 million-to-.5 million)Dark Phoenix (.82 million-to-.35 million)A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010) (.90 million-to-.11 million)The Purge (.05 million-to-.31 million)Bruno (.61 million-to-.31 million)The Devil Inside (.73 million-to-.02 million)Friday the 13th (2009) (.57 million-to-.94 million)Twenty-five years ago, Michael Jordan’s Space Jam had a 41% drop over Thanksgiving weekend to .2 million. LeBron James’ Space Jam: A New Legacy is now looking more like The Purge: Anarchy, which opened to .8 million and dropped 64.8% to .4 million and had .8 million in the bank after 10 days. A New Legacy stands at .4 million and if it continues along this pace will end up somewhere around million. The bright side is it will be the second highest-grossing film domestically for Warner Bros./HBO Max along with the highest-grossing non-PG-13-rated family film this year. The down side is the 0 million-budgeted film will not come close to breaking even, nor matching the million/0 million domestic/worldwide haul of the Jordan film.For the time being it appears that 5 million may be the new throne standard for films in the pandemic hybrid era. A Quiet Place Part II is not going to get there but still remains the most impressive earner of this period. Black Widow, which has its eyes on the throne, fell another 55% this weekend down to .6 million. Its total stands at 4.8 million, which squeaks it into the top 25 all-time July releases after 17 days. The Marvel film’s third weekend is a bit more then what The Amazing Spider-Man made in weekend three, though that film ranks 14th on the aforementioned list with 7.7 million. However, if you compare the film to Star Trek Beyond, which had a million third weekend with 7 million in the bank, Black Widow’s final number could be closer to 5 million. It has grossed over 4 million worldwide, but its odds of reaching 0 million domestically have significantly decreased. Current throne holder, F9, stands at 3 million after five weeks and is also forging a similar pace with Star Trek Beyond, which had a .9 million in its fifth weekend. F9 made .46 million and looks to be stalling out, as expected over the past several weeks, at right around 5 million.Down the list, Universal is watching The Boss Baby: Family Business and The Forever Purge settle into the million and million regions. Sony is not having any greater success with their sequel, Escape Room: Tournament of Champions, which can only hope to hit million at this point. The Anthony Bourdain documentary, Roadrunner, managed to stay another weekend in the top 10 and is up to .7 million.On The Vine: Green Knights, Cruise Captains, and An American AbroadNext week has something for families and adult moviegoers up and down. Leading the way, no doubt, will be the latest Disney ride-turned-motion-picture, Jungle Cruise, starring Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt. The film should easily take the number 1 slot, but will also be competing against itself with  Premier Access on Disney+. Exclusively in theaters will be Oscar-winner Tom McCarthy’s Stillwater with Matt Damon on a quest to Marseilles find out the truth over his Amanda Knox-like daughter played by Abigail Breslin. Then you can also look for David Lowery’s take on Arthurian legend with The Green Knight, starring Dev Patel, and Sony Classics releasing one of the best-reviewed films of Sundance 2020, Nine Days, featuring Winston Duke.Full List of Box Office Results: July 23-25, 2021
Chadwick Boseman s Freshest MoviesBlack Panther star Chadwick Boseman tragically died on August 28, 2020, after a four-year battle with colon cancer. The actor, who broke  into the mainstream with an acclaimed performance as baseball legend Jackie Robinson in 42, began in the role that would define him – T Challa / Black Panther – in Captain America: Civil War, in 2016, and went on to play the character in Black Panther, Avengers: Endgame, and Avengers: Infinity War. He also played Thurgood Marshall in Marshall, and James Brown in Get On Up. His latest role was in Spike Lee s Da 5 Bloods, which was released this year; he will appear in Ma Rainey s Black Bottom later this year. Boseman was just 43 at the time of his death. As the world mourns this monumental loss, we re paying tribute to Boseman with his Freshest film roles.
Resistance keeps certain aspects of these larger-than-life baddies grounded and relatable. We do have amazing villains. People read into the villains as villains in their own lives or they may read into them as historical villains, Henson explained. We talked about the ancient Romans as conquerors who appropriated different lands that they settled in. Those were more of our references for the villains. But [the Skeksis] are delicious villains and they re great and are very horrible and very scary. From the sound of things, The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance will blend a fair share of horror, fantasy and drama together that is sure to appeal to all ages. You may even need a reminder from time to time that these are puppets you re rooting for.The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance premieres on August 30 to Netflix.The Dark Crystal Cast With Character PhotosThe Gelfling:
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The rebooted franchise with Thor: Ragnarok co-stars Tessa Thompson and Chris Hemsworth is scoring just slightly higher with  critics (24% on the Tomatometer) than Dark Phoenix (23%) and opened with million less.At a reported cost of 0 million, MIB:I is Sony’s most expensive film since Spider-Man: Homecoming in 2017. And unlike Passengers or Ghostbusters, Spidey was the only 0-plus million production from the studio since 2015’s SPECTRE to turn a profit. International is going to be relying on that very thing to get anywhere close. Rotten Returns: Shaft and Dark Phoenix Re-Defining Lows(Photo by 20th Century Fox)Did anyone know that a new Shaft was coming out? Well, it made .3 million this weekend. The previous Shaft (2000) opened to .7 million and finished with .3 million. Of the 13 direct sequels (big and small) released in 2019, Shaft and Men In Black: International are now the seventh and eighth ones to have their opening weekends drop 47% or more from the previous films.There may have been some curiosity about just how bad Dark Phoenix was last week, but it now nearly strikes a new low in its second weekend with million, after last week s .9 million opening. Amongst films that have opened between and million, there were five previous titles to drop more than 70% in weekend two: They were The Devil Inside (-76.2%), The Purge (-75.6%), Bruno (-72.8%), 2010’s A Nightmare on Elm Street (-72.3%) and Hellboy II: The Golden Army (-70.7%). Dark Phoenix joined the list this week by dropping 73%.Top Ten And Beyond: Pets 2, Aladdin, Rocketman(Photo by Universal Pictures)Illumination’s The Secret Life of Pets 2 made .8 million this weekend, for a current cume of m. Even if Pets 2 manages to squeak out 5 million domestically that is still nearly a 58% drop from the 5 million the first film made. Then again, with just an million budget and an international haul that is up to million, profit is still in the cards, though that will still feel like a disappointment.Aladdin continues to do solid business with over 3 million domestic and 4 million worldwide. And the other musical released three weeks ago continues to do solid biz, too: Rocketman made another million, for a million total cume.Amazon expanded its million Sundance pickup, Late Night, into 2,220 theaters this weekend and the results were a bit lackluster: A .1 million weekend with just a ,314 per-theater-average. Focus’ release of Jim Jarmusch’s The Dead Don’t Die posted a ,834 PTA this weekend opening with .35 million in 613 theaters. That is already the fourth highest-grossing film that Jarmusch has ever made and needs less than a million to pass Ghost Dog: Way of the Samurai for second, behind just Broken Flowers (.7 million).And finally, Avengers: Endgame record watch: With around million globally this weekend the film is still million from Avatar’s total .742 billion. This Time Last Year: Incredibles 2 Grabbed The All-Time Animation Record(Photo by Disney)Pixar’s Incredibles 2 broke the all-time animated opening weekend record with 2.6 million. That was good enough for the eighth highest all-time as well and yet only the third best of 2018 after Avengers: Infiinty War and Black Panther. The comedy, Tag, started in third with .9 million, the remake of Superfly was only sixth with .8 million. And John Travolta as Gotti did not even make the top 10 with .71 million in 503 theaters for 11th place. The top 10 films grossed a total of 8.48 million and averaged 71.9% on the Tomatometer. This year’s top 10 grossed an estimated 8.08 Million and averaged 55.2%.On the Vine: Toy Story 4 Seeks All-Time Animation Records(Photo by Disney)Woody, Buzz, and the whole gang return in Toy Story 4, which is poised to be one of the biggest films of the summer and the year. Can it beat Incredibles 2’s opening record? Early reports suggest it could be headed for 0 million or higher and it currently holds a 100% on the Tomatometer. Another kid’s toy returns to theaters as well, though one with a choking hazard intentionally. Mark Hamill voices Chucky in the Child’s Play remake. Meanwhile, Luc Besson is grooming yet another young female assassin with Anna. She is unlikely to be the next Lucy. Though maybe she ll be the next Adèle Blanc-Sec, The Extraordinary Adventures of.The Full Top 10: June 7-9Men in Black: International (2019) 23% – .50 million (.50 million total)The Secret Life of Pets 2 (2019) 60% – .80 million (.04 million total)Aladdin (2019) 57% – .71 million (3.44 million total)Dark Phoenix (2019) 22% – .00 million (.76 million total)Rocketman (2019) 89% – .80 million (.14 million total)Shaft (2019) 34% – .31 million (.31 million total)Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019) 42% – .10 million (.68 million total)John Wick: Chapter 3 -- Parabellum (2019) 89% – .10 million (8.62 million total)Late Night (2019) 79% – .13 million (.44 million total)Ma (2019) 56% – .61 million (.34 million total)

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Anthological true-crime series, reboots of a genre-defining classic, a reality hit starring a bevy of makeover masters, and a DC Comics property getting its due on the small screen are just a few of the seven acclaimed series returning this month. Catch up on all that and more with June 2020’s guide on what’s worth bingeing.    Dirty John 80% (USA Network)What it is: This true-crime anthology series from creator Alexandra Cunningham follows an intense, stranger-than-fiction tale of love gone wrong each season. While the first outing on Bravo from fall 2018 was a screen adaptation of the viral podcast charting the story of Debra Newell and her con artist husband John Meehan, Season 2, titled Dirty John: The Betty Broderick Story, moves to USA Network to tell the story of Betty Broderick (Amanda Peet), who in 1991 was convicted of murdering her ex-husband Dan (Christian Slater) and his new wife Linda.Why you should watch it: Just like the podcast of its original source material, Dirty John’s first season is the kind of soapy crime drama best enjoyed with your feet up and a glass of wine. Elevating it from tabloid fodder, though, are the performances from Connie Britton as Debra, who was nominated for a Golden Globe, Eric Bana as John, and supporting turns from Juno Temple and Ozark Emmy winner Julia Garner. Season 2 premieres June 2 on USA Network.Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, Microsoft, Netflix, VuduCommitment: Approx. 6.5 hours (for the first season)Queer Eye 93% (Netflix)What it is: The early aughts’ boundary-pushing hit reality series Queer Eye for the Straight Guy gets a makeover of its own with this charming, seven-time Emmy-winning reboot on Netflix.Why you should watch it: If any other series captured the world’s collective heart over the last two years like Queer Eye has, we haven’t heard of it. Yes, its main hook lies in the fashionable, fabulous, and heartwarming makeovers the Queer Eye guys give rural American men and women (plus, their half-season trip to Japan), but you’ll stick around for the playful banter and true, deep friendship between the main cast of industry experts. It all packs a surprisingly emotional punch, so stock up on tissues! Season 5 premieres June 5 on Netflix.Where to watch: NetflixCommitment: Approx. 28 hours (for the first four seasons, plus Queer Eye: We re in Japan!)The Chi (Showtime)What it is: You’ve never seen Chicago like this. Created by Master of None Emmy winner and Queen and Slim screenwriter 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 when our central 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 and authentic coming-of-age drama boasting some of the best actors and writers — well-known and otherwise — working today. In a time when racial violence still devastates minority communities and permeates our headlines, it offers a timely look at some of the social issues being debated today while still being nuanced, character-driven entertainment. The series went on a hiatus after Mitchell was fired for misconduct allegations, but Season 3 will finally premiere June 21 on Showtime.Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 20 hours (for the first two seasons)Doom Patrol 97% (HBO Max)What it is: From creator Jeremy Carver and starring Matt Bomer, April Bowlby, Timothy Dalton, Brendan Fraser, Diane Guerrero, and Joivan Wade, this acclaimed DC Comics series follows superpowered outcasts Robotman, Negative Man, Elasti-Girl, and Crazy Jane after modern-day mad scientist Dr. Niles Caulder (The Chief) brings them together to save the world from one fantastical threat after another. Season 1 aired last year, streaming on DC Universe, but makes the jump to HBO Max as the platform’s inaugural comic book property.Why you should watch it: In the very best way, Carver and his writing room are dedicated to their source materials’ larger-than-life weirdness, violence, and heart and they have a cast that’s down to play along each step of the way. Season 2 premieres June 25 on HBO Max.Where to watch: Amazon, DC Universe, FandangoNow, Google Play, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 12.5 hours (for the first season)Search Party 96% (HBO Max)What it is: Part relationship drama, part coming-of-age comedy, part noir-tinged mystery thriller, Search Party is undefinable — but that’s what makes it so good. It’s the story of Dory (Alia Shawkat), Drew (John Reynolds), Elliot (John Early), and Portia (Meredith Hagner), who, on account of their own self-interest and general aimlessness, entangle themselves in the potentially sinister disappearance of their college classmate.Why you should watch it: Brooklyn-dwelling millennials have been beguiling subjects for many a film and TV auteur since Lena Dunham’s Girls, but never before have they been so exactingly (and excruciatingly) brought to life than in Sarah-Violet Bliss, Charles Rogers, and Michael Showalter’s incisive satire-crime mystery cocktail. Season 3 premieres June 25 on HBO Max.Where to watch: Amazon, Google Play, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 8 hours (for the first two seasons)The Twilight Zone 66% (CBS All Access)What it is: Did somebody say 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 five seasons strong. But there’s still nothing like the taste of a true original, and with Peele at the helm, this Twilight Zone is in more than capable hands. Season 2 of this beloved reboot premieres June 25 on CBS All Access.Where to watch: CBS All Access, FandangoNOW, Google Play, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 7.5 hours (for the first season)Adventure Time 100% (HBO Max)What it is: And you thought we were done with the land of Ooo. After delivering an unforgettable season finale in 2018, creator Pendleton Ward’s Adventure Time is back for this four-part special on HBO Max, beginning with “BMO.”Why you should watch it: This belovedly off-kilter animated series bursts at the seams with unabashed and untamed surrealist creativity. But at its core, it’s just the story of a 12-old-boy named Finn who goes on adventures with his magical dog named Jake. Binge all 10 seasons of the series in the lead-up to the new specials, the first of which follows our heroic duo’s prescient robot and friend, BMO. Adventure Time: Distant Lands premieres June 25 on HBO Max.Where to watch: Amazon, Google Play, Hulu, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 51.5 hours (for all 10 seasons)Thumbnail images by Netflix, Cartoon Network, DC Universe

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