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亚博全站最新网站采用百度引擎5(Baidu 9)(Photo by Naughty Dog/Sony Interactive Entertainment)Seven years after first announcing that they d be making a movie out of the video game The Last of Us, and five since those plans collapsed, Sony is now bringing the sneaky and scary survival horror game to HBO, with some familiar names helping out.Based on the 2013 game, The Last of Us is set in 2033, 20 years after the world s population, and thus society has been decimated by a fungal infestation of the brain that initially makes its victims violently insane and feral, and later destroys their eyes, forcing them to use echo location to find people and rip their throats out. Here s everything we know so far about the anticipated adaptation.What Is the Game About?(Photo by Naughty Dog/Sony Interactive Entertainment)In The Last of Us, tough-guy survivor Joel Miller is hired to escort a teenager named Ellie through the wasteland and to some doctors who believe that Ellie may be the cure to the plague. As they make their way from what used to be Boston to what s left of Salt Lake City, they run into the usual post-apocalyptic tropes, including roving groups of infected, a couple of cannibals, some huge jerks, and a giraffe who s escaped from a zoo and is getting out while the getting is good.It s expected that while the show will mostly follow the plot of the first game, it may incorporate elements from The Last of Us Part II, which is set five years after the first game. That said, it actually seems more likely that they ll pull elements from The Last of Us: Left Behind, an Ellie-centric prequel set before the events of the first game.But the series is expected to expand upon the game s story as well, including, apparently, some elements that were previously cut from the game. In an interview with the BBC Sounds Must Watch webcast, series co-creator and writer Craig Mazin said of his Naughty Dog collaborator on the series, Neil [Druckmann], at one point, he was like, You know, there s one thing we were talking about [doing in the first game] for a while, and then he told me what it was, and I was like — gonk! — OK, jaw drop, that s going in. We have to do that. Mazin also said, So the changes that we’re making are designed to fill things out and expand. Not to undo, but rather to enhance, adding that, It s not like we just decided, ‘Well, wouldn t it be cool if there’s one episode where Joel and Ellie get on motorcycles and confront a motorcycle gang?’ There s no episodic nonsense here. The things that are new and enhancing of the storyline that we re doing are connected in organic, serious ways that I think fans of the game and newcomers alike will appreciate. Who Will Star in It?(Photo by Toni Anne Barson/WireImage; Dave J Hogan/Getty Images)Fittingly, the cast announced so far includes a few video game veterans. For the role of father figure Joel, the producers chose Pedro Pascal (Game of Thrones, The Mandolorian), who has interactive experience from voicing Paolo in the 2016 sneaky action game Dishonored 2, while Ellie will be played by Pascal s Thrones co-star Bella Ramsey, who voiced Freya in Doctor Who Infinity: The Dalek Invasion of Time. Then there s The Flight Attentant’s Merle Dandridge, who will play Marlene like she did in the first game (and briefly the second).Anna Torv (Fringe, Mindhunter) is the most recent casting announced. Deadline reports Torv will play smuggler Tess, who accompanies Joel to get Ellie to the Fireflies.The cast also includes an Us veteran in Bosch s Jeffrey Pierce, who was the voice of Joel s BFF Tommy in both games, but will, according to Deadline, have a recurring role as a rebel in a quarantine zone, while Chernobyl’s Con O Neill, who voiced Titchy Gren in the game Dark Souls II, will be joined by Murray Bartlett (Iron Fist) as survivalists living alone in their own isolated town. As for others who don t have any games on their resumes, we also have Gabriel Luna (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Terminator: Dark Fate), who has been cast as Joel s younger brother Tommy, and young Nico Parker, who made her screen debut in Disney s live-action Dumbo, guest-starring as Joel s daughter, Sarah.Who Is Developing the Series?(Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)The series will feature some of the same names as the games. Druckmann — who was the writer and a co-director of the first game and a co-writer and co-director of its recently released sequel — is one of the show s co-creators alongside Mazin, and will probably write or co-write some episodes, while one of the show s execut

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关于卡特的上线时间,LOL手游官方暂未公布,但从放出的预告片不难猜出,拳头有很大几率会在年度直播中公布LOL手游的新英雄发布计划,以及游戏内容上的调整。 (Photo by © Netflix)Certified Fresh is a sponsored partnership with Rotten Tomatoes and Netflix that includes a series of interviews with the showrunners and creatives behind some of the streamer’s Freshest hits – all conducted by Tomatometer-approved critics.Certified Fresh at 96%, teen rom-com Never Have I Ever was one of Netflix’s most celebrated new shows of 2020.Co-created by Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher, the series follows Indian-American teen Devi (a star turn from newcomer Maitreyi Ramakrishnan) as she juggles academic ambition, friendship drama, and boys – are you team Ben or Paxton? – all while grieving for her recently deceased father.In the first of our Certified Fresh interviews, Lang told Thrillist’s Esther Zuckerman, that when she and Kaling were developing the show, their focus was on bringing a perspective to TV and streaming that audiences rarely saw.“We started from a place with a real wide-open scope, which was just: a teenage Indian-American girl,” said Fisher, who previously worked with Kaling on The Mindy Project. “I think for Mindy, she wanted to make a show that didn’t exist when she was growing up, a true teen show with crushes and romances and boyfriends and girlfriends and friendships. And that has never starred in Indian-American girl.”In the interview, Fisher also shares why she and Kaling decided to anchor the story in grief and darkness – something that working with Netflix allowed them the freedom to do – and how they managed to convince famous curmudgeon John McEnroe to sign on as the voice inside Devi’s head.Watch the full interview above or at Netflix s FYSEE TV site.Never Have I Ever is streaming now on Netflix. Esther Zuckerman is a Tomatometer-approved critic and senior entertainment reporter at Thrillist. Her book, A Field Guide to Internet Boyfriends, is available now.
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PATTI PERRET/AMAZON STUDIOS Despite a skinnier slate, TIFF remained committed to diversity and inclusion in their selections, with 33% of the feature film Gala presentations directed by women, two of which emerged as the big winners of the weekend. Neither Nomadland nor Oscar-winner Regina King s feature directorial debut One Night in Miami were short on buzz prior to their Toronto premieres. After stunning receptions, Audience Award accolades, and a pair of 98% Tomatometer scores, they are now the films to beat heading into the heart of the season. Critics were effusive with praise for both, with Robert Daniels of 812FilmReviews calling One Night in Miami  a blistering feature debut replete with visceral performances, while Anne Brodie of What She Said dubbed Nomadland  indescribably enveloping. King and Zhao would be considered underdogs in a season expected to include previous Oscar nominees Wes Anderson and David Fincher and prior winners Aaron Sorkin and Stephen Speilberg, but the chances of one or both making it to Oscar night are high.Elsewhere, Halle Berry s directorial debut was picked up by Netflix, and Pieces of a Woman generated a lot of conversation, both for Vanessa Kirby s (The Crown) turn in it and for its harrowing, heart-stopping 20-minute opening scene. Dianne West and Rosamund Pike also enjoyed positive reviews for their biting comedy I Care A Lot, and indigenous filmmaker Tracey Deer s second runner up Audience Award for Beans made it a clean sweep of female filmmakers for TIFF s most coveted prize. Considering the results, it appears a helpful bi-product of this unconventional season is providing discovery films from female filmmakers the chance to capture the attention of audiences and voters.PANDEMIC-PROOF DOCS SHINEWhile many narrative productions were paused or pushed due to restrictions from COVID-19, documentary filmmaking carried on mostly unaffected by the pandemic pause. By the very nature of their productions, documentary films seem the medium most equipped to navigate our new normal. Talking head interviews, archival footage, and post-production editing can all continue largely uninterrupted, which is why this fall sees a crop of exceptional documentaries with Oscar shortlist aspirations. Nathan Grossman s doc on Greta Thunberg s crusade to combat climate change, I Am Greta, was well-received, with Rubin Safaya of Cinemalogue calling it a profile in courage. Martin Luther King Jr. s harassment and surveillance by J. Edgar Hoover and the FBI is chronicled with disturbing detail for MLK/FBI, a timely documentary about activism and government that strikes an all too familiar chord. However, the most timely bit of non-fiction storytelling from the TIFF slate was 76 Days, which dives behind the COVID-19 lockdown headlines in Wuhan, China to examine the staff of one hospital for isolated patients. A moving piece with moments of quiet heroism, 76 days looks good for a deep run in 2021 alongside Spike Lee s (if deemed eligible) David Byrne concert doc Utopia, which David Ehrlich of Indiewire wrote was one of the best since Stop Making Sense. MANY UNANSWERED QUESTIONS REMAINThis time of year, the close of every festival typically provides some clarification about the awards season, and while we have new glimmers of hope courtesy of One Night in Miami and Nomadland, TIFF still leaves a lot of niggling questions unanswered. Wes Anderson s The French Dispatch, a likely Oscar favorite, has been pulled from the release schedule, and films like Stephen Spielberg s West Side Story and the Tom Hanks-led News of the World are still in jeopardy of vacating their December dates if theaters are not widely open and operating by then. The disastrous North American release of Christopher Nolan s Tenet over Labor Day weekend quickly humbled studios, with several marquee names like Wonder Woman 1984 fleeing to later dates, presumably with Black Widow and Soul to follow. A24 s Zola, The Green Knight, and Minari are not expected to pull in hundreds of millions at the box office, but with no end to the pandemic in sight and audiences clearly not ready to head back to theaters, it is unclear which films will actually commit to 2020/2021 Oscar eligibility.Suppose we readjust the schedule to take into account the Academy s extended season; the end of September lines up perfectly with the end of June for a normal year. This time last year leaving Cannes, The Lighthouse, Once Upon a Time in Hollylwood, and Bong Joon-ho s Palme D or- and eventual Best Picture-winning Parasite were the buzziest titles. In contrast, eventual Oscar nominees like The Irishman, Joker, Marriage Story, and 1917 had yet to be screened. Therefore, perhaps we should reserve judgment until we get closer to the new Academy deadline of February 2021 before we raise alarms. It is true that we typically know more around this time, but as with so many other things, the 20/21 season is anything but typical.NETFLIX S ABSENCE LOOMS LARGEFor a season of digital premieres and modest box office totals, the streaming giant Netflix s absence at TIFF and the other fall festivals further muddied an already murky season. If the festival calendar strives to pull the contenders into sharper focus, Netflix s decision to skip the festival circuit places significant pieces of the awards landscape out of frame. Netflix picked up Pieces of A Woman during TIFF, as well as Euphoria creator Sam Levinson s quarantine-filmed Malcolm Marie just prior to the festival start, adding the pair to their already crowded roster of nearly 20 films set to compete in 2021.Previously released films like Spike Lee s Da 5 Bloods and I m Thinking of Ending Things are very much in the thick of contention for several categories, and Aaron Sorkin s The Trial of the Chicago 7 and Sundance winner Radha Blank s The 40-Year-Old Version are scheduled to hit the platform soon. However, Ron Howard s Hillbilly Elegy, David Fincher s Mank, and George Clooney s Midnight Sky are still in post-production and remain undated. A-list casts acting in awards-friendly source material is precisely what Oscar voters flock to, but a sizable anti-Netflix contingent is still very prominent within AMPAS, and until those movies screen, it is unclear if one or more of them will be able to overcome that bias to take home the Best Picture prize.However, with a handful of strong candidates unbeholden to box office receipts, Netflix can carefully plot out their release schedule to drum up timely buzz as often as possible. The recent tragic death of Chadwick Boseman will likely have a significant impact on the release of Viola Davis  Ma Rainey s Black Bottom, but the August Wilson adaptation is still expected to join the titles mentioned above in what could be a Netflix vs. Netflix race for several categories. Until the rest of the heavy hitters from Netflix s slate debut and other studios Oscar hopefuls commit to a release date, this season is less like educated guesswork and more like blindly groping for statues in a darkened room.亚博全站最新网站While my mother provided positive reinforcements as a woman of color in the inner city, there were none to emulate from the media. As a child, I fantasized about being Princess Leia, Wonder Woman, or one of Charlie’s Angels, but no one who looked like me or the people in my Latino community. That was until 1988’s Stand and Deliver.Stand and Deliver tells the story of a true hero. High school teacher Jaime Escalante, played by Academy-nominated actor Edward James Olmos, inspired his underprivileged students at East LA’s Garfield High School to recognize their self worth and strive for better lives by putting in the hard work “con ganas” (with all your might) to pass the Advanced Placement exam in calculus.“You are the true dreamers,” Olmos’ Escalante tells his students. “And dreams accomplish good things. You are the best.” Escalante’s words are simple but effective, inspiring not just Latinos but every child who should be taught to value themselves and reach for the sky.Another memorable scene from the 1988 movie stands out. The turning point for the urban youth comes after hearing they are indeed special: “It was your ancestors, the Mayans, who first contemplated the zero. True story. You burós have math in your blood.” Stand and Deliver instills a sense of pride in our rich history and heritage that is still largely ignored in film and television.It also portrays an accurate representation of urban youth in East Los Angeles. The cast represented my neighbors, cousins, and educators. To see that on the big screen as a young moviegoer was mind-blowing. Someone finally got it right, in part because a Latino filmmaker (Ramón Menéndez) was at the helm.Thirty-three years since its release, Stand and Deliver still resonates with me in every way.  Lupe Rodriguez HaasA member of the Hollywood Critics Association and Editor-in-Chief of CineMovieTV.com, Lupe Rodriguez Haas has worked every avenue in film and television from Hollywood studio distribution and marketing to being an entertainment producer and critic. Check out CineMovieTV.com.

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To kick off a new football season, Rotten Tomatoes asked former NFL quarterback Chris Simms to tell us which five football films made the biggest impression on him. The NBC Sports NFL and college football analyst surprised us with some unexpected titles.The 2019 NFL season kicks off when the Packers face the Bears on Thursday, September 5 at 7:30 ET on NBC.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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The early months of 2020 saw unprecedented changes in the movie industry as Hollywood attempted figure out how best to respond a global crisis. Part of that response was to bring movies to the home market earlier than usual, with at least one film, Trolls World Tour, opting to release on home entertainment media on the same day as its scheduled theatrical debut. For others, it has meant postponing opening weekends, even if no new date has been announced (you can find those films in our TBD section below).With all of that said, there is still a wealth of exciting movies this year, even if we have to wait a little bit longer for some of them. We ve still got a new entry from Pixar in Soul, and Gal Gadot embraces the 80s in Wonder Woman 1984. Plus, we re also getting a slew of new thrillers, horror films, animated treats, action-adventures, and more. The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly turned things upside down this year, but there are still some things we can look forward to, so start marking these titles in your calendar. [Updated on 11/5/20]Jan-Mar | Apr-June | July-Sep | Oct-Dec | TBDBreakdown of 2020 Movie DelaysThe Best Movies of 2019 | The Most Anticipated Movies of 2021JanuaryThe Grudge (2020) 21%Directed by: Nicolas PesceStarring: Andrea Riseborough, Betty Gilpin, John Cho, Demian Bichir, Lin ShayeOpening on: January 3, 2020A remake of the American remake of the Japanese horror favorite, Grudge once again focuses on a vengeful ghost with a long memory. Critical darling Andrea Riseborough stars, and director Nicolas Pesce has some form: critics called his The Eyes of My Mother a haunting slasher.Bad Boys for Life (2020) 76%Directed by: Adil El Arbi, Bilall FallahStarring: Will Smith, Martin LawrenceOpening on: January 17, 2020Bad Boys and Bad Boys II may both be Rotten, but they live in the hearts of many action fans as exemplary buddy-cop flicks, and both have Audience Scores of 78%. While original director Michael Bay is not coming back for Bad Boys for Life, producer Jerry Bruckheimer is overseeing the film, and we have confidence that directors Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah of Black and Gangsta will match his signature style and pace.Dolittle (2020) 14%Directed by: Stephen GaghanStarring: Robert Downey Jr., Michael Sheen, Antonio Banderas, Tom Holland, Selena Gomez, Marion Cotillard, John CenaOpening on: January 17, 2020After a pair of poorly received films starring Eddie Murphy, Robert Downey Jr. is ready to take up the mantle of Doctor Dolittle in a new screen adaptation directed by Stephen Gaghan (Gold, Syriana). This film will be based more on the second book by author Hugh Lofting, and it will co-star Antonio Banderas and Michael Sheen, with the voices of Tom Holland, Marion Cotillard, Selena Gomez, John Cena, Emma Thompson, and more.Weathering With You (2019) 92%Directed by: Makoto ShinkaiStarring: Kotaro Daigo, Nana Mori, Tsubasa Honda, Shun Oguri, Sakura KiryuOpening on: January 17, 2020The latest animated adventure from Makoto Shinkai, the acclaimed director of Your Name, centers on a pair of teens, one of whom can control the weather, who meet and form a bond with each other, before one of them reveals a secret that will change both of them forever.The Gentlemen (2020) 75%Directed by: Guy RitchieStarring: Matthew McConaughey, Charlie Hunnam, Michelle Dockery, Hugh Grant, Jeremy Strong, Colin Farrell, Henry GoldingOpening on: January 24, 2020After a bit of a departure with 2019 s live-action Aladdin remake, Guy Ritchie returns to his roots with this British gangster tale about an American expat (Matthew McConaughey) with a weed empire in London whose imminent retirement from the business spawns a criminal free-for-all for his territory. Fans of Ritchie s early work are excited to see him at the helm of another crime caper, and it s hard to beat the sight of a slimy-looking Hugh Grant playing against type.The Rhythm Section (2020) 29%Directed by: Reed MoranoStarring: Blake Lively, Jude Law, Sterling K. Brown, Max CasellaOpening on: January 31, 2020Blake Lively stars in the latest troubled female assassin movie, based on the eponymous novel by Mark Burnell. She plays Stephanie Patrick, a plane crash survivor who wants to get to the bottom of the disaster that killed her family and discovers it was no accident, which sets her on a path of revenge.Gretel & Hansel (2020) 63%Directed by: Oz PerkinsStarring: Sophia Lillis, Sammy Leakey, Alice KrigeOpening on: January 31, 2020From the director who previously brought us The Blackcoat s Daughter and I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House comes a dark new take on the classic fairy tale about a brother and sister who fall prey to cannibalistic witch that entices them with tasty treats. Sophia Lillis (It, Sharp Objects) and Sammy Leakey star as the titular duo, who embark on a desperate search for food, only to encounter something far more evil than we ve seen in any previous iteration of the story.FebruaryBirds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) (2020) 79%Directed by: Cathy YanStarring: Margot Robbie, Jurnee Smollett-Ball, Mary Elizabeth WinsteadOpening on: February 7, 2020We last saw Margot Robbie s wily Harley Quinn get in all kinds of trouble in Suicide Squad. What happens when she joins Birds of Prey, DC s all-ladies team of adventurers? Sheer. Unadulterated. Mayhem. Along for the ride will be Jurnee Smollett-Bell and Mary Elizabeth Winstead, who were cast as Black Canary and Huntress, respectively, in September, and Rosie Perez, playing Renee Montoya. They will face off against Ewan McGregor as the Black Mask.The Lodge (2019) 74%Directed by: Severin Fiala, Veronika FranzStarring: Riley Keough, Jaeden Martell, Lia McHugh, Richard ArmitageOpening on: February 7, 2020Severin Fiala and Veronika Franz, the duo who brought us 2014 s chilling psychological thriller Goodnight Mommy, return with another striking horror film. Riley Keough plays Grace, a young woman who is left alone at a winter lodge with her boyfriend s two children but not everything, or everyone, is quite what they seem, and as secrets are revealed and tensions rise, there may be more than just personal history to worry about.The Photograph (2020) 75%Directed by: Stella MeghieStarring: LaKeith Stanfield, Issa Rae, Chelsea Peretti, Courtney B. Vance, Kelvin Harrison Jr., Lil Rel Howery, Rob MorganOpening on: February 14, 2020LaKeith Stanfield and Issa Rae star in this romantic drama about a woman named Mae whose mother dies and leaves behind a photograph that reveals secrets about her past. As Mae delves deeper into her mother s life, she begins to fall for a journalist assigned to write a story about her.Downhill (2020) 38%Directed by: Nat Faxon, Jim RashStarring: Will Ferrell, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Miranda Otto, Kristofer Hivju, Zach WoodsOpening on: February 14, 2020Nat Faxon and Jim Rash helm this remake of the 2014 Swedish comedy-drama Force Majeure, which centers on a married relationship on the rocks after the husband abandons the family during an avalanche scare. In this version, that couple is played by Will Ferrell and Julia Louis-Dreyfus, indicating it may lean a little harder on the comedy than the drama, and what more perfect way to celebrate Valentine s Day than to watch another couple in a passive-aggressive tug of war?Sonic the Hedgehog (2020) 63%Directed by: Jeff FowlerStarring: James Marsden, Ben Schwartz, Jim Carrey, Tika Sumpter, Neal McDonoughOpening on: February 14, 2020The first trailer for this adaptation of the classic video game famously drew the ire of Sonic fans around the world, prompting the studio to announce that it would be updating the look of the character. This led to a push back from its original 2019 release date – but on the plus side, those same fans were all about Jim Carrey as villain Dr. Robotnik. An updated trailer featuring a redesigned Sonic that was released in November of 2019 was met with wholehearted approval from fans, so here s hoping the rest of the film is up to snuff.Blumhouse's Fantasy Island (2020) 8%Directed by: Jeff WadlowStarring: Lucy Hale, Maggie Q, Portia Doubleday, Charlotte McKinney, Michael Peña, Michael RookerOpening on: February 14, 2020Moviegoers of a certain age may remember the popular TV drama Fantasy Island, in which visitors to the titular vacation spot would be granted a chance to live out their wildest fantasies for a price. Blumhouse has decided to twist the concept into one of its horror offerings to bring it to the big screen, as this adaptation centers on a group of guests whose fantasies spiral out of control dangerously, and they must figure out how to survive.The Call of the Wild (2020) 62%Directed by: Chris SandersStarring: Harrison Ford, Omar Sy, Karen Gillan, Dan Stevens, Bradley WhitfordOpening on: February 21, 2020The classic Jack London novel gets the big screen treatment again, and judging from its first trailer, it would seem that it focuses only on a small portion of the source material, much like the 1935 adaptation starring Clark Gable. In this film, a St. Bernard/Scotch Collie mix named Buck is stolen and transported up into Yukon territory, where he befriends a man named John Thornton and embarks on an adventure. Harrison Ford takes the lead human role, while Buck himself looks to be entirely CGI.The Invisible Man (2020) 91%Directed by: Leigh WhannellStarring: Elisabeth Moss, Aldis Hodge, Oliver Jackson-Cohen, Storm ReidOpening on: February 28, 2020After 2017 s The Mummy failed to launch Universal s cinematic universe of classic monsters, they handed the reins of The Invisible Man over to their horror partners at Blumhouse for a modern, updated standalone feature. Elisabeth Moss stars as the former lover of an abusive sociopath who has committed suicide or has he? Maybe that s him breathing over her shoulder and lighting things on fire in her house.MarchOnward (2020) 88%Directed by: Dan ScanlonStarring: Tom Holland, Chris Pratt, Octavia Spencer, Julia Louis-DreyfusOpening on: March 6, 2020Marvel stars Tom Holland and Chris Pratt lend their voices to Pixar s latest film, a fantasy adventure set in a contemporary world filled with magical creatures about a pair of elf brothers who set off on a road trip with the reanimated lower extremities of their deceased father to discover if there is any real magic left to be found.Bloodshot (2020) 30%Directed by: Dave WilsonStarring: Vin Diesel, Eiza Gonzalez, Sam HeughanOpening on: March 13, 2020Who is Bloodshot? If the Valiant Comics assassin s relaunch series was any indication, that is the big question. An unstoppable super-soldier powered by nanomachines, Bloodshot s past is a mystery to him, and he s on a mission to find out who he is and who – or what – is controlling him. With Vin Diesel as the titular character, expect a heavy side of testosterone with this slice of sci-fi.AprilTrolls World Tour (2020) 71%Directed by: Walt Dohrn, David P. SmithStarring: Anna Kendrick, Justin Timberlake, Jamie Dornan, Sam Rockwell, Rachel Bloom, Anderson.PaakOpening on: April 10, 2020After saving their colors and learning the true value of happiness in the Certified Fresh Trolls, the high-haired crew returns for another groovy adventure with Anna Kendrick again starring as Queen Poppy. She will be joined by a star-studded cast including Sam Rockwell, Rachel Bloom, Anthony Ramos, Anderson.Paak, Karan Soni, Flula Borg, Jamie Dornan, Kelly Clarkson, and more.SCOOB! (2020) 48%Directed by: Tony CervoneStarring: Zac Efron, Amanda Seyfried, Gina Rodriguez, Frank Welker, Will Forte, Mark WahlbergPremiering on VOD on: May 15, 2020Warner Bros. offers up a new animated film based on the classic Hanna Barbera characters, this time focusing on the relationship between Shaggy (voiced by Will Forte) and Scooby-Doo (Frank Welker). We get to see how the two met and became best buds before teaming up with Fred (Zac Efron), Daphne (Amanda Seyfried), and Velma (Gina Rodriguez) to solve crimes. Also, Scoob talks in full sentences now. Originally slated for a theatrical release, the film is now scheduled to go straight to VOD rental instead.The Lovebirds (2020) 66%Directed by: Michael ShowalterStarring: Kumail Nanjiani, Issa Rae, Anna CampPremiering on: May 22 on Netflix (formerly April 3, 2020)Kumail Nanjiani and Issa Rae star in this romantic comedy about a couple on the verge of a break-up who become embroiled in a murder mystery and must work together to clear their name. Veteran comedy writer Michael Showalter, who previously directed Nanjiani in the sleeper hit The Big Sick, is back in the director s chair for this one, with Pitch Perfect s Anna Camp in a supporting role. After being pulled from its initial theatrical release, it was announced that The Lovebirds would move directly to Netflix, but a launch date for the comedy has not been announced yet.Artemis Fowl (2020) 8%Directed by: Kenneth BranaghStarring: Ferdia Shaw, Judi Dench, Josh Gad, Colin Farrell, Hong ChauPremiering on: June 12 on Disney+Director Kenneth Branagh and stars Judi Dench and Josh Gad, who all worked together on last year s Murder on the Orient Express, reunite for this adaptation of the popular fantasy book series that centers on a young criminal mastermind who kidnaps a fairy in hopes of ransoming her to an evil pixie in exchange for his father. With all of the release date shake-ups due to the coronavirus outbreak, Disney has decided to skip Artemis Fowl s theatrical release altogether, opting instead to release the film directly on its streaming service, Disney+.Greyhound (2020) 79%Directed by: Aaron SchneiderStarring: Tom Hanks, Elisabeth Shue, Stephen Graham, Lee Norris, Rob MorganOpening on: Premiering on Apple TV+ on July 10, 2020 (formerly June 12, 2020)Tom Hanks is no stranger to WWII movies (see: Saving Private Ryan), and he ll return to the theater of war to command the naval ship Greyhound, which was pursued by German U-boats across the Atlantic Ocean along with 36 other Allied ships. Director Aaron Schneider (Get Low) won an Oscar for Best Live Action Short back in 2003.AugustThe Personal History of David Copperfield (2019) 92%Directed by: Armando IannucciStarring: Dev Patel, Peter Capaldi, Aneurin Barnard, Ben Whishaw, Tilda Swinton, Hugh Laurie, Gwendoline Christie, Benedict WongOpening on: August 28, 2020 (formerly May 8, 2020)Dev Patel stars in a reimagining of the classic Charles Dickens novel, told through a comedic lens by Armando Iannucci, the man behind such scathing satires as In the Loop, The Death of Stalin, and HBO s Veep. The production boasts an impressive cast that includes Tilda Swinton, Hugh Laurie, Ben Whishaw, and Peter Capaldi.Bill & Ted Face the Music (2020) 82%Directed by: Dean ParisotStarring: Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter, Samara Weaving, Jillian Bell, Kristen Schaal, Anthony CarriganOpening on: August 28, 2020 (simultaneous VOD and select theater release)Bill S. Preston, Esq. and Ted Theodore Logan have all grown up, but their time-traveling adventures aren t over yet. In this decades-later sequel, the goofy duo are visited by someone from the future who tells them they must create a song to save the world. Will the Wyld Stallyns be up to the task? Of course they will.The New Mutants (2020) 36%Directed by: Josh BooneStarring: Anya Taylor-Joy, Maisie Williams, Charlie Heaton, Alice BragaOpening on: August 28, 2020The Fault in Our Stars director Josh Boone collects some of today’s hottest young stars — including Split’s Anya Taylor-Joy, Game of Thrones’ Maisie Williams, and Stranger Things’ Charlie Heaton — to play next-generation X-Men from Marvel’s comic book series of the same name. But the New Mutants’ dark path is riddled with horrors as they discover their abilities while imprisoned in a secret facility.SeptemberTenet (2020) 70%Directed by: Christopher NolanStarring: John David Washington, Elizabeth Debicki, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Robert Pattinson, Kenneth Branagh, Michael Caine, Himesh PatelOpening on: September 3, 2020 (formerly August 12, 2020)We knew for a while that Christopher Nolan s next film would be called Tenet, and we knew who was on board to star in it, but outside the fact that the story would have something to do with international espionage, we knew little else. The trailers for the film are cryptic enough that we still kind of don t know what s going on, but we do know that John David Washington will play some sort of agent who is able to experience time both forwards and backwards, sometimes simultaneously ? We think ? Originally scheduled for a July release, the film will now open in 70 markets worldwide on August 26 and in select theaters in the US on Labor Day weekend.I'm Thinking of Ending Things (2020) 82%Directed by: Charlie KaufmanStarring: Jesse Plemons, Jessie Buckley, Toni Collette, David ThewlisOpening on: September 4, 2020 (on Netflix)Writer-director Charlie Kaufman (Anomalisa, writer of Adaptation and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind) returns to the big screen after a five-year hiatus. Details are thin on his next film, though it s been described as a dramatic thriller about a couple en route to meet the boyfriend s parents even as the girlfriend is considering breaking up with him who are forced to take a detour that ends up being more perilous than they expected.Mulan (2020) 73%Directed by: Niki CaroStarring: Yifei Liu, Jet Li, Donnie Yen, Gong LiOpening on: September 4 , 2020 (.99 on Disney+)Following Disney s live-action remake trend comes Mulan, directed by Niki Caro of Whale Rider and North

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0.36.3 4月喜迎If there s any time of the year best-suited for wish fulfillment, it s the holiday season, and if there s any actress best-suited to play a working woman who overcomes unlikely odds on the way to success, it might be Jennifer Lopez. In Second Act, Lopez plays struggling retail manager Maya, who is mistakenly hired as a high-level marketing consultant and uses the opportunity to turn her life around. Unfortunately, while critics say Lopez is clearly committed to her role and the film aims for the heart with its feelgood message, it s also suffers from unusual tonal shifts, an unfocused narrative, and shopworn platitudes. That said, it works as a bit of counterprogramming against the big-budget fare opening this week and might serve as a pleasant enough diversion for anyone who knows what they re getting into.
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Falling in line with most other live events this year, the Annecy International Animation Film Festival — the most prestigious gathering dedicated entirely to the wide-ranging medium — was forced to go online. Though nothing can replace the energy of a festival attended in person, the silver lining was that fans and industry professionals had the opportunity to watch the majority of the films in competition and multiple panels, all of which would have taken place in the festival s namesake French city, from anywhere the world.This year, Annecy’s two feature film competitions, L officielle and Contrechamp, as well as its Work In Progress selection, featured a mix of new projects from prominent directors and productions from regions that are rarely present on such an international stage. The dozen movies we’ve chosen to highlight in this list, most of which will be released in upcoming months, remind us how animation can tell stories in all genres and express complex historical, political, and philosophical themes as deftly and insightfully as live action does.Calamity, a Childhood of Martha Jane Cannary (France, Denmark)(Photo by Gebeka Films)Legendary frontierswoman Calamity Jane, who didn t abide by any restrictive 19th century gender norms, comes to life in French director Rémi Chayé’s stirring new movie, which pieces together a riveting Western from episodes of her defiant childhood wandering, working hard, and asserting her freedom. As seen in his previous effort, Long Way North, Chayé is fond of producing 2D animation with a simple graphic style, both in character design and backgrounds, and brightly saturated colors. The wide-open land of the Wild West functions as a stunning backdrop for this reimagining of the strong-willed, American heroine, enhanced by Florencia Di Concilio’s country-inspired score.Chayé’s Long Way North is available on VOD here: FandangoNOW, Vudu, Amazon, Google Play, iTunesInu-Oh (Japan, China)(Photo by GKIDS)Continuing his prolific streak, visionary Japanese filmmaker and animator Masaaki Yuasa is currently in production on a new work set in 14th century Kyoto grounded on the classical dramatic art of Noh and biwa (lute) performances, which began during the Genpei War to honor fallen soldiers. The eponymous protagonist, Inu-Oh, is a skilled Noh performer who befriends Tomona, a blind biwa priest, and together they achieve the type of massive stardom equivalent to what we are familiar with in today’s pop culture. Manga author Taiyō Matsumoto (Tekkonkinkreet) serves as character designer to provide a singular aesthetic to this historical epic. (Presented as a Work In Progress)GKIDS will release the Inu-Oh in the U.S. in 2021. Earlier this year, GKIDS released Yuasa’s most recent movie, Ride Your Wave.The Island (Romania, France, Belgium)(Photo by Aparte Film)Romanian director Anca Damian reinterprets the classic fable of Robinson Crusoe to discuss the refugee crisis facing Europe today in a surrealist animated project that also happens to be a musical. Ambitious on all fronts, The Island takes place in a futuristic world where augmented reality allows Robinson to interact with his surroundings on a more profound level. Rather than a paper diary, a tablet becomes his preferred instrument. Mutant animals and eccentric characters, whose movements were based on a professional dancer’s choreography, will surely make for a visual treat, anchored by a topical message. (Presented as a Work In Progress)Damian’s most recent completed film Marona’s Fantastic Tale was just released in the U.S. on June 12 by GKIDS.Jungle Beat: The Movie (2020) (Mauritius)(Photo by ©Timeless Films)Produced entirely by Sandcastle Studios on the African island nation of Mauritius and South Africa’s Sunrise Productions, this CG escapade puts a sci-fi twist on the talking-animal trope. Originally on Earth to conquer the planet, a young alien, Fneep, begins to feels homesick and enlists the help of the jungle’s fauna, including a vivacious monkey, a grumpy hedgehog, and a kind-hearted elephant, to return to his family. Adapted from the television series of the same name, which was broadcast in over 200 countries around the world, Sandcastle’s first animated feature showcases impressive production value throughout.Available now on: Amazon, Google Play, iTunesKill It and Leave this Town (Poland)(Photo by Bombonierka)Polish artist and animator Mariusz Wilczynski lets the audience into his subconscious through hand-drawn hallucinations. Melancholic childhood memories and morbid ruminations about mortality materialize as lines on paper, accompanied by a rock-infused score. Wilczynski introduces us to his parents, and in turn to himself as well, at different stages in their lives and constructs an abstract portrait of a family that’s as striking as it is bizarre. Lo-fi in the most masterful way and idiosyncratic to a fault in how it interprets the human condition (with all its cruelty and tenderness), Wilczynski’s debut feature won’t soon be erased from your psyche.The Knight and the Princess (Saudi Arabia, Egypt)(Photo by Alsahar Animation)A co-production between Saudi Arabia and Egypt and the first animated from these nations to have an international presence, this seventh century saga follows 15-year-old knight Mohammed Bin Alkassim as he embarks on a dangerous mission to rescue women and children abducted by ruthless pirates. Blending 2D and 3D techniques, the team behind the film achieved a look that calls to mind classic Disney movies, even more so because of its use of memorable songs. Furthermore, the villain sidekicks, two clumsy djinns, will surely remind viewers of Pain and Panic from Hercules. It’s a culturally specific production with wide appeal.Lupin III: The First (Japan)(Photo by GKIDS)Created in 1967 by manga artist Kazuhiko Katō (A.K.A. Monkey Punch), Lupin III is an astute thief descended from French writer Maurice Leblanc s fictional gentleman thief Arsène Lupin, and his globetrotting adventures have been explored over multiple TV series and films, including Hayao Miyazaki s 1979 directorial debut The Castle of Cagliostro. Now, over 50 years after its first appearance, the franchise evolves for a CG installment by writer-director Takashi Yamazaki. This time, the likable criminal and his dexterous accomplices must hunt down an enigmatic diary that could potentially resurrect the Third Reich if it were to fall into the wrong hands. Faced with the challenge of working with such a well-known property, Yamazaki embraces the 3D aesthetic to make it his own.GKIDS will release the film in the U.S. later this year.My Love Affair with Marriage (Latvia, USA)(Photo by signebaumane.com)After tackling mental health in her debut feature Rocks in My Pockets, Latvia’s Oscar submission for Best Foreign Language Film in 2014, animator Signe Baumane examines the neurochemistry of love and the unjust societal standards imposed on women. Through sharp observations and two dozen songs, viewers will get to witness the introspective journey of Zelma, a young woman searching for a romantic partner in Soviet times. To attain her singular style, Baumane and her small team constructed physical sets similar to those used in stop-motion animation and photographed them. She then animated the 2D characters on paper before sending them to be colored in Riga, the Latvian capital. The final result is marvelous. (Presented as a Work In Progress)Baumane’s Rocks in My Pockets is available on VOD here: iTunes, VimeoNahuel and the Magic Book (Chile, Brazil)(Photo by Carburadores)Latin American animation has grown in quality and international prominence over the last decade, and this Chilean adventure from director German Acuña is one of the most accomplished features to come out of the region to date. Inspired by legends from the Mapuche indigenous people, it follows Nahuel, a boy who’s afraid of the sea until he comes across a magical book and must rescue his father from a malevolent wizard. Impressive action sequences and polished rural backgrounds resembling those in Studio Ghibli’s catalogue enrich this family-oriented story populated with fantastical creatures.The Nose or the Conspiracy of Mavericks (Russia)(Photo by Annecy International Animation Film Festival)Part offbeat opera about a man whose nose leaves his body to become a powerful figure in 19th century St. Petersburg, and part satirical examination of how Stalin’s murderous regime imposed creative restrictions on music and art. Using a variety of mediums, from watercolors to cutouts on glass, veteran Russian director Andrey Khrzhanovskiy harnesses Nikolai Gogol’s surrealist short story The Nose and Dmitri Shostakovich’s adaption of that same work for the stage into an endlessly inventive and biting political satire. Anachronistic references, a nod to Battleship Potemkin, and live-action snippets that provide insight into the making of the film complete a dazzling package.True North (Japan, Indonesia)(Photo by SUMIMASEN)This computer-animated drama from Japanese director Eiji Han Shimizu captures the brutal conditions inside a North Korean prison camp. Our guide into this harsh underworld is 9-year-old Yo-han, who was sent there with his immediate family after his father’s disappearance. Through this young boy’s eyes we witness the worst and the best of humanity. Proving once again that the medium can do more than children’s content, the animation here helps the subject matter leave a strong emotional mark and enables the filmmaker to access an unseen reality. Simultaneously, we root for the hero’s escape and mourn for all the loss and tragedy he’s endured.Wolfwalkers (Ireland, Luxembourg)(Photo by Cartoon Saloon)Two-time Oscar-nominated director Tomm Moore (The Secret of Kells, Song of the Sea) returns with a new Irish wonder based on Celtic folklore. Co-directed by Ross Stewart, the upcoming hand-crafted vision unfolds in 17th century Kilkenny, the same town where their studio Cartoon Saloon is located, and brings to life the legend of the wolfwalkers, people with the ability to leave their bodies at night and experience the world as wolves. Breathtaking animation draws us in to the friendship between Robyn, the daughter of a hunter bent on taming the land, and Mebh, a ferocious little girl who lives in the forest, and how the former rediscovers the wildness within her.  Don’t be surprised if Wolfwalkers lands Moore a third Academy Award nod. (Presented as a Work In Progress)Apple TV+ will release the film globally later this year.
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Pet Sematary (2019) 57% It only took six years from the time Stephen King published Pet Sematary to see it adapted for the big screen, but it took another 30 and a misguided 1992 sequel before anyone decided to give it another go. Taking the reins this time are directing duo Kevin Kölsch and Dennis Widmyer, who previously helmed the well-received indie thriller Starry Eyes, and who make a few changes to the original story. In the updated version, a Boston doctor (Jason Clarke) relocates with his wife (Amy Seimetz) and two children to Maine, where he learns about a mysterious burial site behind their new home that s rumored to bring the dead back to life. When tragedy hits the family, he decides to test those rumors, and things begin to spiral out of control. With regard to the critics, not everyone is on board with the new interpretation, and those who aren t feel that the narrative fails to do enough to justify remaking the original. That said, the overall reaction has been positive, with reviews touting the performances for selling their grief with authenticity and the directors for effectively harnessing the more disturbing elements of the source material.
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亚博全站最新网站 In the new Disney+ fantasy film Godmothered, Isla Fisher plays a busy Boston single mom who faces a major life hiccup in the form of aspiring fairy godmother Eleanor, played by Jillian Bell, who just wants to help but can’t help getting in the way. Ahead of the movie’s release, just in time for the holidays, the acclaimed comic actresses sat down with Rotten Tomatoes to face their critics in a round Name the Review. Will they know which movies from their laugh-filled careers are being referenced when RT’s Naz Perez reads snippets from Fresh and Rotten reviews? Watch the video above and play along.Godmothered is now available on Disney+.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

While 2019 will be stuffed with a diverse array of content from Stargirl to The Boys, the future of comic books on television looks to be an even wider field of genres and characters. Let’s take a look at some of these live-action projects and their current status.UPDATE 2/4/19: FX has officially ordered a series based on the comic Y: The Last Man that is set to debut in 2020. Titled simply Y, the series stars Diane Lane, Barry Keoghan, Imogen Poots, Lashana Lynch, Juliana Canfield, Marin Ireland, and Amber Tamblyn, and was co-created and written by Michael Green and Aïda Mashaka Croal. According to FX, Y takes place in a post-apocalyptic world in which a cataclysmic event has decimated every male save for one lone human. The new world order of women will explore gender, race, class and survival. Keep reading to find out more about this title and others.Jupiter’s LegacyPremise: While a generation of superheroes who came to prominence in the 1930s embrace their twilight years, their children find taking up their legacies far more difficult than they ever imagined. Based on the comic book by Millar and Frank Quitely.Status: One of the two Millarworld television shows Netflix announced in July 2018. Steven S. DeKnight, who produced the first season of Daredevil, will adapt the comic book into an eight-episode series. In February of 2019, the streaming service announced the primary cast, which includes Josh Duhamel as The Utopian — aka Sheldon Sampson — the leader of a superhero team known as The Union who finds himself disconnected from his family and, increasingly, the modern world. Leslie Bibb will play his wife Grace. She is one of the most powerful people on the planet, but regulates that power while trying her best to balance Sheldon’s ideals with the difficult modern world. Ben Daniels will play Sheldon s brother Walter— aka Brain-Wave — a smart man, as his superhero name suggests, who is willing to use the sort of violence Sheldon avoids. Other cast members include Elena Kampouris as Sheldon and Grace’s rebellious daughter Chloe, Andrew Horton as their son Brandon, who is trying his best to become the next Utopian, Mike Wade as Fitz Small, a former hero who keeps The Union running, and Matt Lanter as George Hutchence, The Utopian’s former friend and principle antagonist who goes by the name Skyfox.American Jesus(Photo by Image Comics)Premise: When a 12-year-old boy discovers he is the Second Coming of Christ, he is forced to grow up very quickly and deal with the fate of the world. Y’know, the typical pre-teen problems. Based on Millar’s ongoing comic book with artist Peter Gross.Status: The second of the Millarworld shows for Netflix. Luke Cage veteran Everardo Gout and brother Leopoldo Gout will executive produce the six-episode series.Katy Keene(Photo by Archie Comics)Premise: Based on Archie Comics characters, the potential series will follow Katy Keene (who has yet to appear on Riverdale) and three others as they pursue big, exciting lives in New York City. While Riverdale only gets to be a musical once a year, this spin-off will be a musical dramedy.Status: The CW ordered a pilot written by Riverdale mastermind Roberto Aguirre-Sacassa and Michael Grassi.Secret Six(Photo by DC Comics)Premise: Based on the popular early-2000s DC title by Gail Simone and Dale Eaglesham (for the most part) and an earlier DC Comics concept, Secret Six centers on six criminals forced to work together under the direction of the mysterious Mockingbird. Though their personalities initially chafe, they become a lovable ersatz family.Status: Announced in October, CBS plans to develop the series with Rick Muirragui set to write and executive produce.(Photo by Macall Polay/FX)Premise: Following a devastating event, Yorick and his pet monkey Ampersand are the last mammals on Earth with the Y chromosome. Alongside a former government agent and a geneticist, they set out on a journey across the partially collapsed United States to secure the future of the species. Based on the DC/Vertigo series Y: The Last Man by Brian K. Vaughn and Pia Guerra.Status: FX announced on Feb. 4 that it ordered the project, called simply Y, to series. It stars Diane Lane and Barry Keoghan as Yorick. Other stars include Imogen Poots, Lashana Lynch, Juliana Canfield, Marin Ireland, and Amber Tamblyn. Described as a “a cracked mirror to look at our own very cracked world,” it will debut in 2020.American Flagg!(Photo by First Comics)Premise: Taking its cues from the Howard Chaykin comic book, the series will follow Reuben Flagg, a former TV star turned policeman who witnesses widespread corruption in mall the size of Chicago run by an exiled US government and various corporate sponsors. Believe it or not, it is meant to be a satire.Status: The television distribution arm of EuropaCorp s (producers of Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets) obtained the rights to Flagg! in 2017, but little has changed since then except the production company s own financial woes. In December, it announced 1 million loss and 42 percent drop in revenue and a renewed focus on core business in feature films. The company also sold its French TV division, so Flagg! s fate may not be good.Locke Key(Photo by IDW Publishing)Premise: Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriquez’s great comic book centers on the family of a slain San Francisco man who move to his ancestral home in Massachusetts. There, his youngest son discovers the house confers special abilities to the residents by unlocking certain rooms with specially designed keys. But a demon hiding in the nearby well wants those powers for itself.Status: After two pilots — one for Fox in 2011 and one for Hulu last year — the series is finally coming to fruition in a 10-episode Netflix series. While Jackson Robert Scott returns as younger son Bode, many of the actors from the earlier pilots have been replaced. Carlton Cuse, who executive produced the Hulu pilot, will remain as showrunner with Haunting of Hill House s Meredith Averill joining him for the Netflix version.Astro City(Photo by Image Comics)Premise: Based on Kurt Busiek, Brent Anderson, and Alex Ross’ expansive series of comic book stories, the series will center on the lives of ordinary people and the super-powered individuals flying above them. All of them will face Earth-shattering calamities and human-sized versions of great comic book upheavals. They also have to figure out to make a living in this crazy men-in-tights world.Status: FremantleMedia North America, the company that produces American Gods, acquired the rights in March of last year. Busiek is set to write the pilot with Rick Alexander, while Gregory Noveck is executive producer.Dylan Dog(Photo by Sergio Bonelli Editore)Premise: Don’t let his resemblance to Rupert Everett fool you, Dylan Dog is not a film star, but a fantastic paranormal detective. Granted, he gets personally involved with his clients and the paranormal often gets the best of him, but the important thing is that he means well. Also, his best friend may or may not be Groucho Marx. Based on comics by Tiziano Sclavi and a number of other writers and artists.Status: In August of last year, Dylan Dog publisher Sergio Bonelli Editore announced plans to form its own entertainment arm and develop an English-language Dylan Dog television show. The 10-episode series is expected to also launch a number of other Bonelli characters into television — provided the company ever finds production partners and an outlet willing to air or stream the show.Survivors Club(Photo by Vertigo/DC Comics)Premise: Many years after a demon possessed twins Jason and Jennifer and killed their mother, the siblings join a support group for the ex-possessed. But then a new evil arises, forcing the group to become a demon-hunting team. Based on the DC/Vertigo series by Lauren Beukes, Dale Halverson, and Ryan Kelly.Status: Because apparently six series based on DC Comics properties isn t enough, The CW announced plans to develop Survivors Club back in November with Sweet/Vicious’s Jared Frieder writing the pilot.MIND MGMT(Photo by Dark Horse Comics)Premise: Based on Matt Kindt’s comic book, true crime writer Meru’s attempts to understand a mysterious plane flight leads to a world of powers and secret organizations. She’s joined on her journey by Henry Lyme, a rogue agent looking to destroy his former employers.Status: Universal Cable Productions optioned the television rights in 2017, acquiring other Dark Horse Comics titles like Jennie Wood’s Flutter at the same time. The production company and Dark Horse s partnership also includes titles like Harrow County and Concrete. With their first collaboration, The Umbrella Academy, about to debut on Netflix, it is possible any of those titles could prove to be a worthy follow-up.LazarusPremise: The Greg Rucka and Michael Lark comic book takes place in a near future controlled by 16 rival families attempting to gain more power, territory, and resources. To combat various threats to their status quo, each family has a chosen defender known as a Lazarus. One such Lazarus is Forever Carlyle, protector of the family in control of much of the world’s food supply, who is starting to doubt her place in the world.Status: Amazon picked up the rights during a spending spree in 2017 that included options on the science fiction novels Ringworld and Snow Crash. Rucka was said to be writing the script, but considering Amazon’s commitment to a massive The Lord of the Rings TV universe, it is unclear if there is still money for these sci-fi ideas.Quantum and Woody(Photo by Valiant Entertainment)Premise: Brothers Eric and Woody Henderson have fantastic superpowers, but they must “klang” their power bands together once a day or the energies they contain will kill them. Eric is a traditional buttoned-down hero while, Woody is something of a slacker. Also, there’s a goat. Based on the Valiant comic book created by Christopher Priest and M.D. Bright.Status: Back in 2017, Joel McHale was said to be in talks to play Woody, but this never came to fruition and McHale found himself a hero role on the upcoming DC Universe series Stargirl. Quantum and Woody appeared to slink back into development hell without securing lead actors.Sex Criminals(Photo by Image Comics)Premise: When Suzie and Jon discover they can both stop time when they orgasm, they decide to rob a bank. It only gets weirder from there. Based on the comic book by Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky.Status: Fraction and wife Kelly Sue DeConnick signed an overall deal with Universal Cable Productions in 2015 through their production company, Milkfed Criminal Masterminds. The option to develop Sex Criminals into a TV show was part of the deal, but there has been no movement since.DreadstarPremise: Jim Starlin’s sci-fi/fantasy epic follows Dreadstar, last survivor of the Milky Way galaxy, as he attempts to end an eons-old conflict between the Church of Instrumentality and an ancient monarchy. But whichever group wins, the kind-hearted people of the cosmos will lose.Status: Universal Cable Productions optioned Dreadstar in 2015.The Wicked + The Divine(Photo by Image Comics)Premise: Every 90 years, the gods return. For two years, they live and are worshipped. Then they die. This time around, they look and act like pop stars. But their cycle of death and rebirth may be coming to an end. Based on the comic book by Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie.Status: Like Sex Criminals, rights to “WicDiv” were scooped up in a deal with Universal Cable Productions and Milkfed Criminal Masterminds. But like most of the comic books UCP optioned in the last few years, there has been no news since. Considering it took four years for UCP to get Umbrella Academy to series, there is hope yet. 三国人生手游是一款独特的三国主题手游,在游戏中,玩家可以体验不同的方式来探索三国。丰富的主线和支线任务助你快速升级,你可以自由选择自己的身份。不同的身份可以体验不同的游戏内容,多种不同的选择会带来不同的后果。

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(Photo by Dimension Films/courtesy Everett Collection)All Hayao Miyazaki Movies RankedBeyond the awards, beyond the box office, how do you know the films of Hayao Miyazaki are beloved and universal the world over? Scroll through his filmography on Rotten Tomatoes and you ll find nary a Rotten rating. In fact, there isn t even anything below 80%! It s a sign of how far-reaching and influential his works are, made alongside his band of mad, merry animators at Studio Ghibli, whose tales of empathy, kindness, and bravery touch far beyond the borders of Japan.Though Miyazaki is synonymous with Studio Ghibli, here we re focusing only on his efforts as a feature film director, which started in earnest even before Ghibli was formed. 1979 s Castle of Cagliostro was a calling card that a talent had broken through the ranks of TV (where he had worked for two decades as an animator), adapting the long-running Lupin the 3rd charater into a rousing, action-packed heist adventure. By the time Miyazaki s next feature came out, 1984 s Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind, Studio Ghibli was up and running to deliver everything the film required, elements that would become Miyazaki s trademarks: a female-centric story, fleets of airborne transportation, plenty of lush flora and cute fauna, and an ecological bent exploring man s frequently destructive relationship with nature.What followed was a veritable hit parade of classics: Castle in the Sky, the closest Miyazaki ever got to working in Spielberg mode; Kiki s Delivery Service, a sweet and charming coming-of-age witch story; Porco Rosso, a deeply romantic tale of cursed pigs and dogfights over the Adriatic; and Princess Mononoke, the violent action epic of the war between the natural world and human technological progress. It all reached its arguable cultural zenith with Spirited Away, the Alice in Wonderland-esque tale of a young girl lost in a world of spirits, which won the Best Animated Feature Oscar and topped our list of 140 Essential Animated Movies ever.Miyazaki has spent the last two decades oscillating between retirement and returning to Studio Ghibli every time the pull of delivering another animated masterpiece became too strong (it s appreciated!), giving the world the likes of Howl s Moving Castle, Ponyo, and The Wind Rises. He s currently back in not-retired mode, working since 2016 on How Do You Live?, an adaptation of the 1937 children s novel of the same name. As Miyazaki turns 80, we rank all of his movies by Tomatometer!

亚博全站最新网站 上面提到过,有很多端游玩家是因为不满端游向手游靠拢,阉割了游戏性能、可玩性和画面表现力而给差评。这已经是差评中的一个因素,而即便端游没有向手游靠拢,只要更换了新引擎,就必然会带来差评。

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