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1. 房东是魔王大人
除此之外,由于LOL手游是从端游移植过来的,游戏的节奏与玩法并没有把控到位。手游的节奏以前期为主的情况非常严重,前期的龙团(尤其是火龙)与一血塔的争夺胜负很大程度上就决定了一场比赛的胜负。同时,游戏的地图过小,游戏的胜负大多情况还是以团战定。所以很多前期弱势,后期强大的英雄们很少有发育起来的机会。而端游玩家最牵挂的端游体验也无法很好地复制过来,由于手机游戏“短平快”的特点,节奏与端游差异很大,并且由于手机屏幕大小与四指操作的局限性,导致很多被端游吸引而来的情怀玩家因为无法达到预期而退游。 Adjusted Score: 104539% Critics Consensus: Casino Royale disposes of the silliness and gadgetry that plagued recent James Bond outings, and Daniel Craig delivers what fans and critics have been waiting for: a caustic, haunted, intense reinvention of 007. Synopsis: After receiving a license to kill, British Secret Service agent James Bond (Daniel Craig) heads to Madagascar, where he uncovers... [More] Starring: Daniel Craig, Eva Green, Mads Mikkelsen, Judi Dench Directed By: Martin Campbell
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品宣线,期望去改变玩家对于《摩尔庄园》手游的固有低龄印象,建立治愈系、年轻的新品牌形象,改变玩家因为低龄化的老标签,羞于向身边人分享摩尔的心态。房东是魔王大人At first, Tony Soprano s counterparts were big-screen mobsters from Martin Scorsese s Goodfellas — with which the series shared 27 actors — and the Harold Ramis–directed Analyze This. But while the HBO drama and the Billy Crystal–Robert De Niro comedy both featured a mob boss seeking psychiatric help, Gandolfini s exploration of Tony s crumbling interior was anything but funny. It not only helped change the way mental illness was portrayed in popular culture, his performance showed how deep and raw the actor was willing to go to tell this complex man s story.The role put Gandolfini s brilliance as an actor on full display, and in the process, inspired cinematic performers from the big screen to make the jump to television — a move that was unheard of prior to The Sopranos premiere — as a new influx of long-form narrative programming began to surface.It wasn t an immediate shift, though, as change can be slow in Hollywood. After the pilot for the series was finished, Chase shopped The Sopranos around to the big four broadcast networks.“Nobody went to cable, certainly not to pay cable. At that time ER was selling for an extraordinary amount of money in syndication, and I wanted to make a lot of money,” Chase explained to Vanity Fair. As he attempted to follow in the medical drama s footsteps, he was rejected every step of the way as execs continually complained that the series was too dark and too risky. “Television is really an outgrowth of radio, the creator told the publication, further explaining his negative perspective of the medium. And radio is just all yak-yak-yak-yak. And that’s what television is: yak-yak-yak-yak. It’s a prisoner of dialogue, film of people talking. Flashy words.”Thankfully, HBO was down to change all that.(Photo by HBO)The network originally began dipping its toes in the world of edgy scripted drama with 1997 s prison drama, Oz. But as morally ambiguous as that show was, its late-night time-slot and mature themes kept it firmly stuck under the radar of the masses. The show was chock full of antiheroes, but none of them really struck an empathetic chord with audiences. The Sopranos, however, took the baton from the prison drama and ran with it.Gandolfini, who was best known for his role as mafia tough guy Virgil in True Romance, set the standard for the way antiheroes would work on TV moving forward. With every dastardly deed Tony committed on screen, Gandolfini offset his evil with a flawed sense of hopeful humanity that audiences could relate to. His performance, as villainous as it was empathetic, flipped the script on the small-screen formula of how dramas could work.Sure, The Sopranos was a program about a mob boss — who came from a mob family and was embedded in a mob world of crime and murder — but taking a step back to view the bigger picture revealed many facets of the character and story in which audiences could see themselves. This was a story about your average, run-of-the-mill American man, doing his best to keep his business successful while struggling to keep his fracturing family life intact.Former head of original programming at HBO Chris Albrecht saw the relatability in Chase s program.“I said to myself, this show is about a guy who’s turning 40, Albrecht said, according to The Independent. He’s inherited a business from his dad. he’s got an overbearing mom. Although he loves his wife, he’s had an affair. He’s got two teenage kids he’s anxious; he’s depressed; he’s searching for the meaning of his own life. I thought: the only difference between him and everybody I know is he’s the don of New Jersey.

3. 激战团竞模式
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0.15.5 4月喜迎(Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)On Monday morning, NBC announced that it would not broadcast the 2022 Golden Globe Awards in what was seen as a crippling blow to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), the organization that hands out the annual prizes and which has been mired in bad headlines over the past several months. The statement from NBC, which is a part of Rotten Tomatoes parent company NBCUniversal, read: We continue to believe that the HFPA is committed to meaningful reform. However, change of this magnitude takes time and work, and we feel strongly that the HFPA needs time to do it right. As such, NBC will not air the 2022 Golden Globes. Assuming the organization executes on its plan, we are hopeful we will be in a position to air the show in January 2023. Though many entertainment insiders have long derided the HFPA for its lack of diversity, unprofessional actions by its members, and the extravagant gifts those members receive, most believed the group was immune to any real reform. However, today’s announcement from NBC, which comes on the heels of fallout from a bombshell LA Times report back in February that detailed decades of self-dealing, unethical actions, homophobia, sexism, and racism by several members, may prove to be the end of the organization as we know it.But why exactly is NBC – along with entertainment powerhouses like Netflix, Amazon, Warner Bros., and Tom Cruise(!) – cutting ties with the once-coveted awards show? Here’s a breakdown (Photo by Valerie Macon/Getty Images)First, let’s talk about the organization itself. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association is a small group of around 90 journalists who cover entertainment for international audiences while based in Southern California. The group, which has been around since 1944, has been the subject of several controversies, criticized for everything from a poor selection of nominated films to blatant bribery. Some say that some of the HFPA’s members have tenuous ties to Hollywood and/or lack journalistic bona fides, and in the Times report, it was confirmed that the group had not had a Black member in over 20 years. The report also noted that several seemingly qualified journalists have been rejected for membership, with one applicant suing the organization just last year, dubbing them an entertainment “cartel.”Five-time Golden Globes host Ricky Gervais himself once compared the Globes unfavorably to the Oscars in 2012, saying the former was a bit louder, a bit trashier, a bit drunker, and more easily bought – allegedly. His comments drew big laughs and big applause on the night because many in the room judged the quip to be all too true.(Photo by NBC/Getty Images)The questionable nominations had also been the talk of the industry since well before the Times report. This year, pop star Sia s controversial film Music earned two nominations despite being blasted by critics to the point that its Tomatometer score stands at just 8%. (Its Audience Score is a similarly paltry 13%.) The assumed justification for this is that, because Sia is very camera shy, the nomination would compel the musician to make herself available for interviews and selfies something the HFPA has become notorious for asking of every celebrity. In 2017 after Tom Ford, the fashion-designer-turned-director of Nocturnal Animals, gifted HFPA members a swag bag of his own branded fragrances, his star Aaron Taylor Johnson was chosen as Best Supporting Actor over eventual Oscar winner Mahershala Ali (Moonlight), a decision that left many scratching their heads and some crying foul. The backlash was so loud the group was told to return the gifts by the HFPA board. In any given year, pundits point to a handful of confounding nominations that are attributable less to the quality of performances and more to the HFPA’s desire to have certain famous faces show up for their red carpets.Still, despite the constant controversy and silly choices, the show was considered a fun watch by most; organizers choices of tables instead of theater seats allowed A-listers to mingle together and perhaps tip a glass with Oprah, Beyoncé, Tom Hanks, or Lady Gaga all while we watched, looking for fun, meme-able moments. It’s worth noting too, that the Globes have also managed a relatively consistent viewership, save its Zoom-filled event this year, which came just weeks after the LA Times piece but was still on par with an Oscars ceremony that boasted full attendance and a red carpet. (Hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, as well as HFPA members, had to address the controversy during the show.) All the glitz of the event, plus those ratings, are largely why many Hollywood players have begrudgingly played along, hoping to help their Oscar chances with a win or good moment and boost awards-season ticket sales and ratings for the nominated films and TV shows.(Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images)Studios have been all too happy to participate in pricey private HFPA press conferences, send members glitzy swag (sometimes), host dinners for them, and even fly them out to set visits at luxury locales. Last year, for example, the entire HFPA was flown to Paris to visit the set of Emily in Paris and treated to a stay at a 5-star hotel, which was brought up quickly after the group gave the widely panned Netflix series two nominations. Netflix, however, was not the only or the most egregious offender; in fact, that was how most of the town operated – because the incentives outweighed the downside. That was until now.After the LA Times story broke, the HFPA was quick to say a change was coming. The membership, which had long bristled at adding new members and diversifying its ranks – in order to guarantee predictable results, according to the LA Times – was now under immense pressure to do just that or risk losing its lucrative television contract, the group s primary source of revenue. The HFPA quickly hired a diversity consultant and crisis PR management team to help facilitate the change they announced was coming, first via a statement and again during the live awards show broadcast.(Photo by Carole Bethuel/©Netflix)As the talks happened behind the scenes, the industry s most powerful PR agencies banded together on March 15th with a pointed warning that they would no longer engage with the group unless the changes were substantial, quick, and long-lasting. This was significant, as PR firms typically try to avoid weighing in on such controversies, but as the gatekeepers to the top talent in Hollywood, they hold immeasurable power over whether the HFPA can have those desirable A-listers attend their show. Moreover, the idea of high-powered competitors banding together on anything like this is a clear illustration of how frustrated they are with the situation and how committed they are to fixing the underlying issues. The HFPA replied that they were taking time to consult various stakeholders, including NBC, the awards show s producers, Dick Clark Productions, and industry leaders, and their plans would be announced on May 5.The proposed reforms and the new timeline they released after NBC pulled the TV Contract are as follows:Week of May 3Members meet, consider, and overwhelmingly vote to approve and implement the Board’s plan for transformational changeBoard continues to meet with advocacy groups to develop initiatives to fulfill the HFPA’s commitment to add at least 20 new members by August 2021 and increase membership by 50% in 18 monthsEradicating the new member one-year moratorium on voting; all new members will have all voting rights on day oneBoard and members approve the hiring of Ropes Gray to amend and restate bylaws and other governing documents to implement a member-approved plan for transformational changeWeeks of May 10 and 17Revise and approve new Code of Conduct in consultation with publicists and studiosContinue outreach to potential new member candidatesPublish Code of Conduct and establish hotline for reporting of violationsEngage independent third-party investigator to review and respond promptly to all hotline claimsInterview candidates and engage new Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (“DEI”) consultantIdentify and recruit independent, outside professionals and non-board members and form Accountability/Oversight Board (“Advisory Board”) to oversee HFPA Board in implementing a plan for transformational changeInterview executive search firms to commence search for Chief DEI/HR Officer and identification of potential CEO/CFO and other executives to lead HFPAHFPA website to be continuously updated to show progress against plan and to list promised member information (biographies, publications, affiliations, etc.)Weeks of May 24 and 31New DEI Consultant and other outside experts conduct mandatory member training for DEI and sexual harassmentBoard and Advisory Board continue work on the identification of applicants to fulfill commitment to add at least 20 new members by August 2021Grants Officer and subcommittee of members continue work to increase support of internship, mentorship, and scholarship programs for students from underrepresented backgrounds interested in international journalismIdentify and recruit independent, outside professionals for new Credentials Committee, which will oversee new membership application process and reaccreditation of current members based on same criteria as new membersContinue review of committee structure/compensationFirst reading of Bylaw Amendments at General Membership Meeting (“GMM”)Weeks of June 7, 14, and 21Focus groups with members, Advisory Board, and Ropes Gray to review amendments to Bylaws and other governing documentsBoard assesses and evaluates recommendations of Executive Search Firm for new Executive Officer teamForm new Credentials CommitteeAll above workstreams on training, mentorship, and recruitment continueWeek of June 28Second reading of Bylaw Amendments at GMMBallots for voting on Bylaw Amendments mailed to membersImplement new policies on Gifts, Travel, Conflicts of Interest, and Press ConferencesWeek of July 5Members vote on Bylaw Amendments by ballotWeeks of 12 and 19Approved Bylaw Amendments become effectiveNew Officer and Board elections under amended and restated BylawsNew membership process opens per new criteria enacted in amended and restated BylawsAll existing members required to meet same standards as new members for re-accreditation of their membershipWeek of July 26New member process continuesReaccreditation continuesWeek of August 2New members admitted to HFPANew Board elected, including independent members, in accordance with amended and restated BylawsNew CEO/CFO and other Executive Team approved and engaged to manage HFPAExisting Board and Officers resign upon election of New Board and hiring of Executive TeamThe initial proposals were leaked before the deadline without a clear timeline, and the reaction throughout Hollywood was a swift and immediate chorus of “do better.” No word yet on how the new timeline will be received, but the HFPA was clear these measures would be enacted regardless of the 2022 television broadcast. Still, many are unsatisfied primarily because, more than the membership and self-dealing, the HFPA has been accused of shameful bouts of unprofessionalism over the years. Stories from Ava DuVernay, Shonda Rhimes, and Brendan Fraser have detailed abuses that many viewed can t be fixed by the initial proposals, which were also considered too slow-moving to address the membership issues.(Photo by Kevork Djansezian/NBC/Getty Images)Inclusivity activist organization Time s Up released a statement that decried the proposed changes as window dressing, while the PR firms
Remember last week when some headlines were labeling Toy Story 4 a disappointment” because it did not live up to lofty expectations? Granted, winning a second straight weekend in this box office is not much of a feat, but the Pixar film’s numbers are still strong, and it leads a new crop of films that couldn t be labeled disappointments either.King of the Crop: Toy Story Stays on Top (Photo by Walt Disney Studios)There have only been 29 films in history to gross more than Toy Story 4 has in 10 days. It took seven days to become the fo
Star Trek offered a first look at season 4 of its Original Series prequel, Discovery, at New York Comic Con. The event took place over four days, October 7-10, and also featured a panel for The Expanse, which announced its season 6 premiere date, and trailers debuted for Outlander, Hanna, Blade Runner: Black Lotus, and more. Plus, The Wheel of Time dropped a NYCC exclusive scene, and USA s Chucky series premiered to a few Fresh reviews.TOP STORYStar Trek: Discovery Makes History with Season 4 It’s official: Michael Burnham, as played by Sonequa Martin-Green, helped ring in season 4 of Star Trek: Discovery at Saturday’s New York Comic Con panel as the first Black woman to captain a ship on a live-action Star Trek series.“Everything has led to this moment,” Martin-Green told the audience. Joined onstage by much of the Discovery cast, plus executive producer and writer Michelle Paradise, Martin-Green added, “Everything has led to sitting down in that chair and assuming that role. Of course I know what it means to me, for all the obvious reasons historically speaking and culturally speaking.”As the season 4 trailer indicates, there’s a lot of galaxy-saving action in store for Burnham and her crew. David Cronenberg is slated to return to the series as Kovich, for one, but the central threat that drives much of the season’s action is a gravitational anomaly that puts billions of lives at risk.(Photo by Michael Gibson ©Paramount+ 2021, All Rights Reserved.)“I don’t think any of us expected to have a threat this big so soon after jumping to this future,” Martin-Green said . “That was huge, and then I know, at least for Burnham, it’s a lot. Here we are again with a threat of great, great magnitude.”Wilson Cruz added of what’s to come: “We’re gonna be OK, but we have to first admit that we’re not so that we can get to the solution. So many of these characters in our cast and in our story are still being formed, they’re still learning who they are, what their strengths are, what their part is to play on this ship. And part of their growth comes through how they deal with the trauma they’ve experienced singularly and collectively.”It’s not lost on the creatives, either, that season 4 is dropping in a particularly tumultuous time. We saw echoes of real-world divisions baked into season 3, and Paradise assured that similar stakes would exist in these new episodes.“One of the things that we do, and it’s baked into the DNA of‘ Star Trek, is that Star Trek looks at everything in the world around us, and we look at ways via the show, via science fiction to reflect those things thematically,” she said. “We were looking at, when we came into the season, what is happening in the world around us? What are all of us collectively dealing with? Uncertainty is one of the big things for us thematically. Because that was happening very much in the world around us for everyone here, we’re still kind of in that. And so looking at: What does that mean for each of our characters individually? What does that mean for their relationships with one another? What does it mean for the Federation, and for non-Federation planets? What does it mean as a whole?”The Expanse To Wrap Its Final Season in Just Six EpisodesAdapting a series as densely packed with geopolitical action and rich, beloved characters as The Expanse was never going to be an easy feat. And sure, they’ve hit some snags along the way (namely a cancellation from Syfy before a pickup on Amazon Prime Video), but its creators over the years have more than done the material justice. Sadly, it’s now scheduled to come to an end December 10 with its sixth and final season, and it’s to be wrapped up in just six episodes. That’s a full novel and novella adaptation in nearly half the episodes other seasons have allotted. So should we be worried?“Six episodes to do this much material is difficult,” showrunner Naren Shankar admitted on his NYCC panel with the cast on Friday. But there were also some positives. “Every episode feels as intense as it could possibly be. You never feel like you’re letting your foot off the gas pedal. By the time you get to the end, it feels cathartic.”The book series’ co-author and series writer Ty Franck added: “We had to write every script so there was no fat in it. There was no extra. We had to tell the story we were here to tell.”(Photo by Shane Mahood/Amazon Studios)At a more intimate panel with co-star Wes Chatham on Saturday, Steven Strait shared that the streamlined final season also makes each dramatic beat even more calculated and effective. You need an end point that s very specific, Strait said. You have to be aiming for something very, very specific to get there. So, every beat is justified.”“Season 6 is basically a love letter to all of you [fans] because it’s the biggest and best thing that we have done to this point,” Chatham added. “We are so excited to be able to share it with you guys and cap off the relationship that we’ve had together. NYCC Trailers: Outlander Announces Season 6 To Premiere in Early 2022Scheduled to premiere on Starz in early 2022, Outlander debuted its first teaser trailer for season 6. Based on Diana Gabaldon’s A Breath of Snow and Ashes, the season is centered around the impending Revolutionary War.More trailers, teasers, and clips from NYCC:● In The Wheel of Time clip, we got a first look at Rosamund Pike’s entrance in The Wheel of Time, coming to Amazon Prime Video Nov. 18.● Psych 3: This Is Gus premiered its trailer and announced its debut: Nov. 18 on Peacock.● Hanna season 3 trailer announced the series Nov. 24  premiere on Amazon Prime Video.● The Blade Runner: Black Lotus premiere date wait is over. Mark your calendars for Nov. 13 to see the Adult Swim series.● Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero is already heating up 2022.More NYCC 2021 News: The Buzz Around Ghostbusters: Afterlife Gets RealIt’s always risky to revisit a classic on the big screen — especially when said classic starred screen legends Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis, Ernie Hudson, Sigourney Weaver, and Rick Moranis and went on to create a horror-comedy-action genre all its own. So a lot of eyes are on the upcoming Ghostbusters: Afterlife reboot when it hits screens next month. Fortunately, the NYCC crowd was surprised by stars Carrie Coon, Finn Wolfhard, Mckenna Grace, Logan Kim, Celeste O’Connor, and filmmaker Jason Reitman on Friday with a screening of the complete film. The early consensus? It’s a laugh-out-loud adventure and worthy successor to the originals and features a standout performance from Paul Rudd and its young star, Grace.

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(Photo by © Marvel Studios 2021)This week’s episode of What If…?, with its double Doctor Stranges and magical madness, was a tour-de-force example of the power of the program s animation staff and further evidence of an emerging “prestige animation” format.“I think there s no denying that animation is having a moment and that new types of programs that we could not have done a few years ago, either because just the industry wouldn t go for it or because the technology wasn t there, is happening now,” What If ? animation supervisor Stephan Franck said when Rotten Tomatoes had a chance to talk to him and other members of the production team recently.“I sure hope so,” added production designer Paul Lasaine. “It’s been a long time coming, in the US, anyway.”While animation is varied in terms of genres, formats, and technical sophistication in other parts of the world, the United States market still aims most of its animation at all-ages demographics or younger children – not that this stops some adults from admiring available programs or appreciating the work involved in creating these shows. But What If…? definitely continues a trend toward sophistication in terms of story and craft roughly analogous to high-end, live-action series.“The directive we had from the studio was to push the limits, to really see how far animation can be pushed,” editor Graham Fisher said. “I think that as an anthology, it s probably one of the ambitious animated shows that s ever been made, just because you re going to see, as more and more episodes come out, no holds were barred in the making of the show. It s impossibly complicated.”Here we chat with some of the people who manage the complexity of What If…? and deliver that ambitious, prestige-style animation.Designing the Characters(Photo by © Marvel Studios 2021)For Ryan Meinerding, character designer and head of visual development, part of the fun is “starting from that firm ground of how people understand the characters from the Marvel Cinematic Universe” and either building on those strong graphic designs or subverting them. “If you mix them, if you change a character, if you want to take a component of T Challa, meaning like his necklace, and sort of put that into a Star-Lord context, it allows you to be subtle.”On the other hand, the wicked Doctor Strange seen this week offered an opportunity to be more obvious in changing a Marvel icon. “[We could] do sort of classic, pointier chins and sharper shapes in the collar, and in a slightly darker costume while [Strange is] sort of gaunt in the face.” The result: a demonic take on the usually heroic character worthy of the wilder outcomes inherent to What If…?.“‘What if Dr. Strange busted his heart instead of his hands?’ meant that we could create that evil Dr. Strange in a very, very straightforward way,” Meinerding said. “I think one of the things that was super fun for me was having him go down that more evil road. By taking in those additional creatures to become more powerful, [there was] also a specific cost to him that he couldn t control at the end of that episode we saw the fun of that spiral spiraling out of control. Evil Strange exemplifies one of the great aspects of the show for Meinerding. As he put it, “so many of the conceits of each episode is really tied up with the design.”Although most of the characters on the series have their design origins in the live-action features, Meinerding relished the chance to visually define The Watcher and work him into unexpected moments in each episode. “The idea [is] that he s often painted into backgrounds, literally. Or, the notion that you re looking at him, and seeing the silhouette that s painted or executed with time and space,” he explained. “I think that s one of the more fun design challenges of the show: ‘How do we create a Watcher that feels like he s in every episode, but then you might have to look really hard to find him?’ Creating the Performances (Photo by © Marvel Studios 2021)Animation is full of obscure terms which, to even the enthusiast, are hard to keep straight. So a term like “animation supervisor” may sound like a purely administrative post. But according to Franck, his primary role on the series is far more direct: he aids the animation team in crafting the visual performances of the characters.“When you re doing an animated movie or TV show, you have half of the acting performance that is coming from the voice,” he explained. “They re creating a moment, they re getting everything you need to know about that moment and that scene. But it only exists [audibly]. So the animators think of themselves as actors who create the visual part of that performance.”Listening closely to those vocal tracks, it becomes the purview of the animator to determine the “look” of those sounds on a character’s face or how it translates into their movements. “[The actor] said it this way, is it one of those moments where she s saying what she means or is she lying? Or is it sarcastic? It s trying to really live [the moment], you just put yourself inside the performance and you re recreating the visual aspect of it.”In terms of the supervisor role, Franck works with all the animators to create those acting choices, whether it s through the movement or through the poses, and discover if it is the right one for the moment on screen. An example of those choices can be seen this week as Strange s expressions and body language reflect his increasing frustration about his inability to prevent the accident. But it is just one example of the 7,000 or so shots Franck supervised across the first season. “Every frame is important,” he said. So even small changes will make a scene that you think, ‘Yeah, I guess it s working’ [turn into] something more like, Wow!' Getting to that visceral reaction is always the goal.Showcasing the Environments(Photo by © Marvel Studios 2021)What If…? is also a wonderful showcase of Marvel’s expansive environments – from intergalactic bars to the Lost Library of Cagliostro. The person in charge of designing those landscapes is production designer Paul Lasaine. Working in the Marvel Multiverse means some of those locations will have certain Jack Kirby- or, in the case of Doctor Strange, Steve Ditko-feel to them – although Lasaine noted that creating the feel of What If…? as an animated series required a wider scope of reference material to get to its signature atmosphere.For one thing: The program s overall visual feel is inspired by the work of Saturday Evening Post cover artist J.C. Leyendecker, although Lasaine said that was “a beginning” of the show’s style. “If you look at Leyendecker and you look at our stuff, it s like, ‘Okay, I can kind of see it.’ It s not priority, it s its own thing. We started with that, and then we evolve into our final look, which is where we are at today.”The Kirby vibes, meanwhile, come out mostly in the look of the characters, although Lasaine pointed to the pulsating, bubbly energy effect known as “Kirby Crackle” as the most direct reference his team pulls from the legendary artist. “If we re trying to do [that] effect, then we re definitely looking at Kirby,” he said.But as his department is concerned with giving the show some of its more cinematic feel, they also look to the work of live action cinematographers like Roger Deakins (Skyfall) and Darius Kondji (Seven). The results lead to the colors used and the sense of smoke or atmosphere in What If…?’s take on the Sanctum Santorum or the “trippy hellscape” Strange enters to absorb demonic beings, to say nothing of the Lost Library itself, one of the locations Lasaine and his team built specifically for Episode 4.Cutting the Action
Best-Reviewed Comic Book Graphic Novel Movies 2020It s a woman s world in the realm when it comes to making the leap from page to screen, starting with Margot Robbie getting her chance to take the spotlight as Harley Quinn in the wild Cathy Yan-directed romp Birds of Prey. Charlize Theron showed she s nowhere near done kicking ass with The Old Guard, as a hellbent immortal out for revenge under the direction of Gina Prince-Bythewood. And Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot re-teamed for Wonder Woman 1984. Chris Hemsworth, always happy to play a supporting role for the ladies like he did in 2016 s Ghostbusters, follows behind with his stunt-rockin Extraction.The order of the rank below reflects the Adjusted Score as of February 28, 2021. Scores might change over time.« Previous Category Next Category »
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Ghcxuf A week before The Tick’s second season premiere, stars Peter Serafinowicz and Griffin Newman debuted the first episode of the new season at the show s WonderCon panel. Following a Los Angeles press tour to promote the series, the duo sat down with Rotten Tomatoes for a relaxing lunch to discuss the upcoming batch of new episodes, including how titular superhero The Tick and sidekick Arthur Everest will evolve over the course of the season, the show s satirical nature, and the episode devoted to fan-favorite Dangerboat.New Heroes, New ProblemsWith the defeat of The Terror (Jackie Earle Haley) at the end of the first season, The City faces a new day with superheroes returning in droves, supervillains appearing to fight them, and AEGIS — the government agency tasked with monitoring the superhero community — reopening its doors in town. But as Newman noted, AEGIS — and its plan to introduce a new version of the Flag Five superhero team — is an extension of something creator Ben Edlund has been playing with since The Tick’s comic book and animated incarnations.“It s the idea of it being an industry. So often superheroes are taken as just like this magical force in the world. You know, these brave people, Newman explained. But the Tick and Arthur discover there s this sort of pettiness of the career jockeying as other heroes try out for the team. You understand how many different superheroes there are doing it for different reasons and the different levels of a career, he said. The concept is just funny to me. It’s like when you’re a kid and watch movies and think its so glamorous and magical. And then you get near the industry, you start working in it and around it and you re just like, these are all people just doing their jobs and everyone comes in every morning with bad breath.”The Tick s lasting presence in pop culture is due in large part to the audience being able to relate to the titular hero s experience, Newman said, even in a thing that we don t usually think of as a career. Joked Serafinowicz, “Like acting.”In all seriousness, though, the heroes gather in the office kitchen every morning and drink free AEGIS coffee just like everyone else. It s a central place where the characters can hang out. While fan favorite characters like Batmanuel and Captain Liberty won t pop up around the water cooler just yet, one classic Tick villain will appear in season 2, Newman confirmed. And AEGIS itself will also act as an antagonistic force of sorts as the Tick and Arthur learn how to deal with “the bureaucracy of being a superhero.”“You have to file an incident report after you punched a bad guy,” Newman said. But that process will also opens up a grey area unfamiliar to the Tick, whose moral compass has always been binary. There s a lot of [Tick and Arthur] trying to figure out who the good people are and who the bad people are, because sometimes good people do bad things for the right reasons. And, sometimes bad people do good things for the wrong reasons. Pitching the Right Sort of Satire(Photo by Amazon Prime Video)Like the fans who attended The Tick s WonderCon panel, Serafinowicz watched the season 2 premiere for the first time at the convention. Not only was he pleased to watch the episode with a group of eager fans, he was also excited to see the completed special effects and music and all the bells and whistles that Newman said makes a big difference on a show like this. “We have these big set pieces and they ve got to look good because they ve got to compete with the latest Marvel movie,” Serafinowicz said. Or, at the very least, the show has to “attempt those standards” on a TV budget.At the same time, The Tick really isn’t about the action set pieces.“I think Ben’s whole notion, which I agree with, is the best way to satirize something is to come at it from a place of love and respect, Newman said. You can t really properly satirize something unless you personally understand why it works in the first place. And secondly, you have to walk the walk. So if we re going to make the show that s satirizing other superhero shows, you sort of have to play at the same altitude that they re like.”Creating A More Emotionally Rich Tick(Photo by Amazon Prime Video)If one thing sets the new version of the show apart, it is a greater emphasis on the characters’ interior emotions.“That’s the key to it all. That’s why I wanted to do it,” said Serafinowicz. “The sole focus of what we do as performers is the emotions.”While the animated series and the 2001 live action show on Fox favored a broader tone, the more serialized nature of the Amazon series offers Edlund an opportunity to do something new with The Tick and Arthur. As Newman put it, “He took the characters as they already existed and then he sort of added an attic and a basement. There s framing around them. … It s so clear what this character is going through emotionally that all I have to worry about is doing it justice.”At the same time, Serafinowicz believes the show has a key cultural touchstone to draw from that is not necessarily known for its emotional grounding: “The tone of the show is similar to the 1960s Batman,” he said.Added Newman, It s our North Star. Those characters enjoyed fighting crime. It wasn’t a burden and it wasn’t about vengeance.”In fact, the characters actually want to be there, which isn t something that can be said about all modern superheroes.“I read so many pilots scripts where the characters are defined by what they hate or what they don’t want to do. It s so much conflict-forward in terms of the thing [the character] has to overcome, Newman explained. You realize how rare it is to see a show that s about two people doing something that is inherently decent and it s about their empathy for other human beings — wanting to take care of them and look after them — but also that they enjoy doing it.”Of course, in the first season, Arthur took some time to realize he enjoyed being a hero, but Newman said that was an intentional part of the storytelling to get the character in an emotional space for the decision he makes in the first episode of season 2, which echoes Arthur’s introduction in the previous Tick live action show and animated series as a person who actively chooses to place himself in the middle of a superhero battle.“[We] make him a little more well-rounded emotionally,” Newman explained. “So to get to that point, you understand why he makes the decision that he does. Arthur’s not cocky, but he’s decided he knows why he s doing it. He s going to keep subjecting himself to something that he is terrified of and doesn t think he can necessarily pull off because he feels, fundamentally, it s the right thing to do.”And what does this new phase in Arthur s life mean for the Tick?“What Tick wants more than anything is for Arthur to be his friend, to be with him all the time, so he couldn t be happier, Serafinowicz said. “Outside of everything else they have to contend with, I think in their relationship it s quite simple. The Tick is like a happily married man.”The domesticity that was baked into the previews versions returns in season 2, as it is important to Edlund to portray intimacy between two men without [it] being couched in a bunch of jokes, Newman said.  It’s about these two men [who] love each other and need each other to function and it s not just double entendres.”Added Serafinowicz, “It s hard to pick a similar sort of relationship [in media] where it s this very strong kind of buddy thing: two guys who just really, at the end of the day, think each other is pretty great. The two characters may be very different, but they work hard to find the common ground between them.Giving The Tick And Arthur Their VoicesIf there is one continuity between the three shows, it is the general sound of Tick’s voice. Serafinowicz said he avoided listening to the performances of Patrick Warburton (from the 2001 show) and Townsend Coleman (from the animated show) to give his Tick voice a chance to flourish into its own, but he did draw inspiration from Adam West s Batman and a few other television sources.“I spoke with Ben about the voice; about where I was coming from, which was a 1960s TV announcer voice, a bit like those Roger Ramjet cartoons,” Serafinowicz said. Like West s Batman, the “enthusiastic pure happiness” to mete out justice is also key to giving the Tick’s voice its specific quality.When he asked what sort of work Newman does to transform his voice into Arthur’s, the actor joked, “years of vocal training.” For the record, he then demonstrated a very close approximation of Tick animated series voice actor Rob Paulsen’s annoyed “Tiiiiick!” outburst.The World Is Going To Become More Absurd(Photo by Amazon Prime Video)While the pilot saw Arthur questioning his sanity only for the Tick to bring the whole world into a hyper-reality, Newman said the goal is to keep escalating the level of absurdity.“Everything starts to transform around The Tick. The colors get brighter and the performances get heightened, and the comedy gets more and more absurd,” he said, adding that if season 1 was about grounding the characters in a more emotionally rich universe, it becomes the foundation for things like talking dogs and the lobster creature seen in the season 2 trailer. “You don t feel an ironic detachment from the thing. You re laughing with the characters instead of at them.”Elements of this change began as soon as production resumed after the pilot, with the Tick’s costume suddenly changing. That evolution continues with the characters getting closer to their more iconic silhouettes and Arthur remaining in costume throughout most of the second season.“Hopefully it gets to the point where it just feels like what you remember the cartoon feeling like, but with all the work we put in establishing the emotional connection underneath that,” Newman added.Dangerboat Is Getting an Episode(Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)The scene-stealing Dangerboat will be the star of his own episode this year, but in keeping with the Tick brand of absurdity, Newman said it is a “a bottle episode that takes place inside of a character. The bottle is Dangerboat and the whole episode is us reckoning with him. It also sort of functions as an origin story for Dangerboat.”Quipped Serafinowicz, “I suggested it should be called ‘Das Dangerboot.’”The character, originally just a joke implanted in a set, grew when Edlund noticed how people connected with it.“He started writing more and more to Dangerboat as a character, not just as a device,” Newman said, which means the actor is in the strange position of having a working relationship with a prop. Alan Tudyk, who voices Dangerboat, records his lines long after filming. On the day of film, Dangerboat is just a set. Nonetheless, the character is emblematic of what makes this version of The Tick so special. It has the latitude to be both ridiculous and grounded enough that, as Newman put it, “a boat can become an emotional fulcrum. The Tick season 2 is available Friday, April 5 on Amazon Prime Video.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week. 😈😈

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房东是魔王大人 This week s Ketchup brings you more headlines from the world of film development news, covering such titles as Barbie, the Fletch reboot, and Guys and Dolls.This WEEK S TOP STORYKINGSMAN DIRECTOR RECRUITS STAR-STUDDED ENSEMBLE FOR ARGYLLE (Photo by David James/©Paramount)British director Matthew Vaughn has largely made a name for himself on movies based on comic books. After directing both Kick-Ass and X-Men: First Class, Vaughn returned to comic books again with Mark Millar s Kingsman: The Secret Service (Certified Fresh at 75%), the sequel Kingsman: The Golden Circle (Rotten at 51%), and the upcoming prequel The King s Man. Perhaps ready to start another possible new franchise, Matthew Vaughn is preparing to adapt the upcoming spy novel Argylle, and he has recruited an impressive ensemble cast. It appears that the title character, the world s greatest spy , will be played by Henry Cavill (who s previously appeared in the spy movies The Man from U.N.C.L.E. and Mission: Impossible Fallout). Cavill s Argylle co-stars will include Bryce Dallas Howard (Jurassic World), Sam Rockwell (Moon), Samuel L. Jackson, John Cena, Bryan Cranston, Catherina O Hara, and, in her acting debut, pop star Dua Lipa.Other Top Headlines1. GRETA GERWIG TO DIRECT MARGOT ROBBIE S BARBIE FOR 2023 (Photo by Jason Smith/Everett Collection)Some movies can get announced, developed, and produced within a couple of years, and other movies languish in development hell for years or even decades (and some never do get made). One such example of that is the live-action Barbie movie, which Mattel has been developing since at least 2009. To put that in perspective, in 2009, there were only two movies released in what we now know as the MCU (Iron Man and The Incredible Hulk), which includes dozens of movies now, while there still isn t a single Barbie. For a while, it looked like Amy Schumer or Anne Hathaway might star in Barbie, but eventually Margot Robbie came aboard. Warner Bros. has finally officially announced that Barbie will indeed start filming in early 2022 at Leavesden Studios in London, under the direction of Greta Gerwig (Lady Bird, Certified Fresh at 99%; Little Women, Certified Fresh at 95%). Back when Amy Schumer was (almost) involved, the Barbie movie was to be a fish out of water story about Barbie coming from her toy world to the real world, but Margot Robbie (who s also producing) and Gerwig are expected to have changed the premise, although it s not yet known to what.2. GUYS AND DOLLS TO BE REMADE BY DIRECTOR OF CHICAGO AND DREAMGIRLS (Photo by Everett Collection)Another project that has been kicking around development for well over a decade is the idea of a remake of the classic 1955 gangster musical Guys and Dolls (Fresh at 91%), which originally starred Marlon Brando and Frank Sinatra. To finally get the remake going, TriStar Pictures has enlisted the help of musical director Bill Condon, whose filmography includes the Broadway adaptations Chicago (Certified Fresh at 86%) and Dreamgirls (Certified Fresh at 78%), as well as The Greatest Showman (Rotten at  57%) and Disney s live-action remake of Beauty and the Beast (Fresh at 71%). Over the years, several actors have considered taking on Guys and Dolls, including Vin Diesel, Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, and most recently, Channing Tatum and Joseph Gordon-Levitt (and we should also note that since the movie isn t yet cast, it s still possible any of those actors could star in the movie when it eventually happens).3. MICHELLE WILLIAMS CAST AS HENRY VIII S FINAL WIFE IN HORROR FILM FIREBRAND (Photo by Elizabeth Goodenough/Everett Collection)The life of England s King Henry VIII has long interested writers dating all the way back to Shakespeare, which has also resulted in dozens of movies about either his life or other people in his immediate orbit. Part of the fascination with Henry VIII has to do with the way he went through wives (spoiler: some were killed off), and now, Michelle Williams is set to star as Catherine Parr, Henry VIII s final wife, in a psychological horror film called Firebrand. The focus on Catherine Parr is a bit unusual, because Anne Boleyn and Jane Seymour are typically the wives that both film and literature tend to focus on. It s also worth noting that Firebrand is described as psychological horror, which suggests that Henry VIII himself (who hasn t been cast yet) may be the film s villain.4. ZACK SNYDER IS READY FOR HIS OWN STAR WARS (SORT OF) (Photo by ©Netflix)Director Zack Snyder has risen to that rare level of fame where his name alone is a draw, as in Zack Snyder s Justice League (Fresh at 71%), though the irony of that title is that Justice League is obviously an adaptation of someone else s work. More recently, Snyder has been focusing his attention on projects for Netflix, starting with the zombie heist thriller Army of the Dead (Fresh at 68%) and continuing with the upcoming prequel series Army of the Dead: Lost Vegas. For his latest Netflix project, Snyder appears to be setting his ambitious sights on the stars, as he will co-write, produce, and direct a sci-fi fantasy adventure called Rebel Moon, which is being compared to George Lucas original Star Wars. Rebel Moon will be about a peaceful colony on the edge of the galaxy that is threatened by the armies of a tyrant called Balisarius, leading them to recruit a young woman with a mysterious past to seek out warriors from neighboring planets to help them make a stand. 5. JAVIER BARDEM TO VOICE LYLE, LYLE, CROCODILE IN 2022 MUSICAL (Photo by Elizabeth Goodenough/Everett Collection)Movie adaptations of children s books are perhaps not as frequently discussed as say, comic book movies or remakes, but Hollywood has been steadily turning to them as a source for children s films since in the 1930s (and The Wizard of Oz). The latest is the 1965 picture book Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile by Bernard Waber, which is now in production as a live-action/animated hybrid for release next year (7/22/2022). The role of the titular reptile (coincidentally announced in the same week that Alligator Loki is all the rage on Twitter) will be voiced by Spanish actor Javier Bardem, whose big budget franchise work has included such movies as Skyfall and Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales. Bardem will also soon be seen as King Triton in Disney s live-action remake of The Little Mermaid. The songwriting team of Benj Pasek Justin Paul (La La Land, Dear Evan Hansen) are currently working on original songs for Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile.6. MAD MEN STARS TO REUNITE FOR FLETCH REBOOT (Photo by Justina Mintz/©AMC)For fans of 1980s movies, the 1985 movie Fletch (Fresh at 77%) (and its sequel Fletch Lives) might be synonymous with the film s star, Chevy Chase, but the character actually first got his start as the star of a series of several novels by mystery author Gregory McDonald. There have been attempts to reboot Fletch in the decades since, with perhaps the project that came closest to actually happening being Kevin Smith s adaptation of the first novel, Fletch Won, in which Smith was hoping to cast Jason Lee (TV s My Name is Earl), but it didn t happen. Instead, it s Mad Men star Jon Hamm who is reviving Fletch with an ada

(Photo by Focus/Courtesy Everett Collection)The Best LGBTQ+ Movies on PeacockIn celebration of Pride month, we ve compiled a list of the best Fresh LGBTQ+ movies you can find on Peacock right now. You ll find breakout hit dramas (Far From Heaven) alongside feel-good comedies like The BirdcageThe titles below are sorted from the best LGBTQ+ films on Peacock – those included with a subscription, not those you have to buy or rent for an additional cost – and ranked by adjusted Tomatometer score (which takes into account the number of reviewers weighing in, and the number of reviews per film for movies released in a given year). To be included, films had to have a Fresh Tomatometer score (60% or above). Jackie Chan returns to the big screen this November in Vanguard, an action-packed thriller teeming with epic set pieces shot in five different countries. Centering on a covert security company s attempts to protect an accountant who gets caught up with a deadly global organization of mercenaries, the movie marks the ninth time that Chan has collaborated with director Stanley Tong, who helmed some of the best movies in the superstar s storied career – including the Certified Fresh Supercop and Rumble in the Bronx. Ahead of the movie s release, check out the exclusive first trailer for Vanguard above.Vanguard is in theaters November 20, 2020. On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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