d productive with attempts to revive their Classic Universal Monsters in other ways, starting earlier this year with the reboot of The Invisible Man (Certified Fresh at 91%). The latest project comes to us at a particularly well-timed point, because it s the same week that we found out that Tiffany Haddish is still attached to star in 21 Jump Street: Now for Her Pleasure. One of the 21 Jump Street stars, Channing Tatum, is reuniting with the directing team of Phil Lord and Chris Miller (who helmed the Jump Street movies) for a modern-day tongue-in-cheek thriller inspired by Universal s classic monster legacy, to be written by screenwriter Reid Carolin (Magic Mike, Magic Mike XXL), who also came up with the project s original idea. That s the end of what we know right now about this comedic thriller s concept, but this writer can t help but remember what comedic franchise was also involved in interconnecting the various Universal Monsters back in the 1940s and 1950s: Abbott and Costello. Starting in 1948 with Abbot and Costello Meet Frankenstein, the comedy team had several adventures that included Abbott and Costello Meet the Invisible Man, Abbott and Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, and Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy. Could Channing Tatum be Abbott in a new take on those movies? Just a theory.5. 10 CLOVERFIELD LANE DIRECTOR ON THE HUNT FOR PREDATOR 5 (Photo by Michele K. Short/©Paramount Pictures)Following the first Predator in 1987 and the sequel Predator 2 in 1990, there was a 20 year gap before there was another standalone Predator movie (not counting the crossovers with Alien) in 2010 with Predators (Fresh at 64%), and then another eight years before the fourth film, 2018 s The Predator (Rotten at 33%). For as ubiquitous as Predator seems in pop culture, those four movies combined only add up to a four movie global box office take of 3 million (from a combined budget of 8 million). And yet, Hollywood keeps trying to make Predator happen. 20th Century Studios (the new version of 20th Century Fox, post-Disney acquisition) is now developing a fifth standalone Predator movie to be directed by Dan Trachtenberg (10 Cloverfield Lane, Certified Fresh at 90%), working from a screenplay by Jack Ryan producer Patrick Aison. No other details are known about what Trachtenberg has planned for the fifth Predator movie.6. CHRIS COLUMBUS TO (STILL) SPEND FIVE NIGHTS AT FREDDY S (Photo by Joseph Lederer/©Fox Atomic)Back in 2018, the news broke that director Chris Columbus (Home Alone, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer s Stone) had signed on to write, direct and produce an adaptation of the popular horror video game franchise Five Nights at Freddy s, about a spooky Chuck E. Cheese-style restaurant. Given that amount of time (and everything else that s happened in 2020), one might have thought that the Five Nights at Freddy s movie had long since fallen apart, but this week, the creator of the game franchise, Scott Cawthon gave an update to state quite the opposite. According to Cawthon, Chris Columbus has finished the screenplay adaptation and plans to start to filming for Blumhouse Productions in the spring of 2021. Cawthon also revealed a few of the different premises that were considered, including the one that appears to be moving forward (though one has to wonder why the movie can t just be a direct adaptation of the video games themselves).7. CLIFFORD THE BIG RED DOG TEASER REVEALS TERRIFYING VISION OF THE FUTURE (Photo by Paramount Pictures)Some movies, especially if they re based on popular franchises or properties, take a very long time to actually get developed, produced, and released in theaters. Consider, for example, the popular children s book series (and animated TV series) Clifford the Big Red Dog. It was eight years ago in 2012 that we first heard about a Clifford the Big Red Dog movie, which at one point was scheduled for release on April 8, 2016 (yes, over four years ago). More recently, Clifford the Big Red Dog was supposed to have come out earlier this month on November 13th (until the deadly virus delayed it all the way back to November 5, 2021). Clifford the Big Red Dog may now still be almost a year away, but Paramount Pictures decided this week to whet people s appetites regardless, but what we actually got might have caught some people by surprise. Although Clifford the Big Red Dog in book and animated TV form has a very cartoony look, the movie appears to be applying a more life-like CGI approach, which, when you also factor in his size and (unnatural) coloring, makes actually seeing Clifford the Big Red Dog something you have to experience for yourself.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News. 除了本篇文章介绍的这三款端游两款手游，还有很多可以赚钱的游戏，不过大多都不是非常稳定，玩游戏赚钱其实是个高风险项目，有些游戏是赚的多，不过并不稳定，不能让设备吃灰是不？所以还是找稳定的适合长期做下去的才是王道。
(Photo by Marvel Studios)The Falcon and the Winter Soldier ran its last episode last week, but some questions about its finale and themes still linger: from production realities of a series made during the pandemic to whether or not John Walker (Wyatt Russell) is a hero.Series director Kari Skogland took a few minutes this week to talk with Rotten Tomatoes about the show and some of its facets, including the thinking behind Sam s gesture for Isaiah Bradley (Carl Lumbly) and the visual tricks used to make Walker s disposition more ambiguous. She also addressed a rumor about a deleted storyline and outlined some of the ways the COVID-19 pandemic had an impact on completing the show.How the Pandemic Complicated Filming of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier(Photo by Marvel Studios)In the run up to the finale, word began to spread that the COVID-19 pandemic had done more than just delay production of the series. According to the reports, a plot involving Karli (Erin Kellyman) and the Flag Smashers was dropped during the months of delays. Skogland denied such a storyline ever existed.“There was no virus storyline,” she said. “The pandemic did not change our storyline, because we knew what we were shooting before[hand]. We were always telling the story we were telling.”Production began in October 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia, continuing apace through the year. Filming moved to the Czech Republic during spring 2020, where it was shut down a few weeks short of completion: “We had shot 75 percent of it when we got shut down,” Skogland said.The production shutdown did impact the series in other ways, though; for one, post-production began earlier than expected, leading to some of the program’s extra polish, according to Skogland.
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7.33.1 2月喜迎Join us weekly as Rotten Tomatoes reports on what s opening, expanding, and coming to the specialty box office. From promising releases from new voices to experimental efforts from storied filmmakers – or perhaps the next indie darling to go the distance for end-of-year accolades – we will break it all down for you here each week in Fresh Indie Finds. This week at the specialty box office, we find a triple bill of frightful horror titles that push the limits of the genre, intermixing zombies, aliens, and monsters with social commentary and humor. One Cut of the Dead is an updated B-movie slasher zombie flick, Monos is a socio-political take on the Lord of the Flies, and Freaks is a taut thriller that will leave you tense and terrified. Also hitting theaters is a lost weekend romantic comedy from Everything is Everything director Stella Meghie, and in our Indie Trailer section, we find new clips from three festival favorites with Oscar ambitions and a documentary on the creepy-pasta urban legend of Wrinkles the Clown.Opening This Weekend
Golden Year Award 2019This year, for the first time ever, the Golden Tomato Awards honors the people who created and worked on some of the year’s best movies and TV shows, and for our inaugural Golden Year Award, we gave it over to you, the fans, to tell us who in the movie and TV industry had the best year. Basically: Who absolutely owned 2019? We narrowed the choices down to some 15 contenders based on their achievements over 2019, from big awards to zeitgeist-capturing moments to hugely successful projects – and in most cases, multiple hugely successful projects. After casting more than 34,000 votes, Rotten Tomatoes fans crowned a winner: Keanu Freaking Reeves. And it’s hard to argue with that pick: Reeves starred in three Certified Fresh movies this year – John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabelum, Always Be My Maybe, and Toy Story 4 – and news came thick and fast of reboots of some of his biggest films, including Bill and Ted Face the Music, and The Matrix 4, which will be released on the same day as John Wick: Chapter 4 in 2021. Oh, and he gave us the best movie entrance of the century, so far.Runners up for the Golden Year Award were, in order: Adam Driver, who delivered powerhouse performances in movies ranging from Marriage Story to The Rise of Skywalker; Robert Pattinson, whose killer year on the screen (The Lighthouse, High Life) was paired with the announcement he will play the caped crusader in The Batman; Scarlett Johansson, who mixed the dramatic with the blockbuster, starring in Endgame, Jojo Rabbit, and Marriage Story; and Bong Joon-ho, who won the Palme d Or and then four Academy Awards for his Korean phenomenon Parasite.The order below reflects the number of total votes cast for each film by users in a poll that ran on RT from January 9 to February 16.« Previous Category Next Category »Keanu ReevesThe John Wick star’s Keanuaissance arrived big time with the biggest Wick film yet – and the best, according to the Tomatometer – as well as a disarmingly hilarious turn as a version of himself in Always Be My Maybe and scene-stealing work in
With twinkling eyes, dimples, and an earnest, Oklahoma-bred “aw shucks” demeanor, James Marsden has a knack for finding roles that frequently fall into one of two categories: Is he the sweet guy, and safe bet, for leading ladies like he was in HBO’s Westworld, NBC’s 30 Rock, the X-Men movies, or the rom-com 27 Dresses? Or is he the evil one with nefarious motives like in Hulu’s Mrs. America, Netflix’s Dead to Me, and – yes – maybe also, 27 Dresses?These themes hit a crescendo with Marsden’s latest role in limited series, The Stand. Based on the popular Stephen King novel, the star-studded CBS All Access program focuses on the few survivors of flu-like pandemic that swiftly wiped out most of the world’s population. Will those remaining choose the path of good? Led by Whoopi Goldberg’s nurturing 108-year-old Mother Abagail, this flock sticks to their dwellings in Boulder, Colorado. Or will they decide to stand with Randall Flagg, Alexander Skarsgard’s alluring and intoxicating “Dark Man” who has staked his claim on the remains of Las Vegas?So where does Marsden’s Stu Redman stand? Although the widower and ex-Marine actually had an encounter with a patient zero of the pandemic before it went airborne, he’s somehow mysteriously immune to the virus. He has the strength and smarts to escape a military-grade holding cell and fend for himself. But he also dreams of Mother Abagail calling him toward her compound – one of the few residents who actually has this honor and who is therefore one of the people made a leader of the survivors.(Photo by Robert Falconer/CBS )Before the pandemic hit, it did not seem like Stu was planning on setting up a moral code for him and others to live or die by. And yet, here he is.The fact that Stu is “a simple guy who s caught up in an apocalyptic crisis and trying to navigate his way through it” is exactly what interested Marsden.“There were elements that I liked, in that he was this sort of reluctant hero; a very ordinary man and simple guy who doesn t really talk much, but just listens more than he talks,” Marsden told Rotten Tomatoes while speaking via Zoom from his home in Austin, Texas. He happens to be dressed in a very Stu-like ensemble of a buttoned red-and-black plaid shirt and, as is the social contract many of us are making as a result of the current real-life health advisory, a slightly outgrown haircut.Marsden added that, when his character does talk, “he doubles down on it and really has a sense of purpose behind it.”Even though he played mutant Scott Summers/Cyclops in three X-Men movies, Marsden said he’s not really attracted to roles about “superheroes with superpowers, rather he is interested in “heroes that emerge from these ordinary people,” because “I feel like we need to celebrate those kind of people more.”(Photo by Robert Falconer/CBS ©2020 CBS Interactive, Inc. All Rights Reserved.)An avowed fan of King’s novels, Marsden also likes that The Stand is “your classic story of good versus evil” but also one that asks “what happens when we hit the reset button and we have to start over? What does that look like? And who do we become who we choose to be?”It’s also a series in which Marsden plays a character stuck – albeit unknowingly – in a love triangle. This is also a frequent Marsden trope (see some of the titles listed above or this GQ profile on the matter).In The Stand, the other two points of that equation belong to Frannie Goldsmith, Odessa Young’s survivor from Ogunquit, Maine who has also traveled to Boulder after sensing Mother Abagail, and Owen Teague’s Harold Lauder – the awkward teen-aged younger brother of a friend of Frannie’s. He has always pined for her, but he, frankly, doesn’t stand a chance.Marsden laughed when we pointed this out, saying he never thought about it like this before and that “if I m not in a love triangle, my career is gonna be over.” He promises that he doesn’t intentionally type-cast himself like this and that “thank God I don t seek that stuff out.”(Photo by Robert Falconer/CBS ©2020 CBS Interactive, Inc. All Rights Reserved.)There’s also no avoiding the fact that this is a miniseries about the survivors of a pandemic that is airing during an actual pandemic. Marsden actually wrapped shooting The Stand on March 12 and remembers hurriedly packing his apartment in Vancouver, B.C., and rushing to the airport to get home before any shutdowns went into effect.“I guess you could argue both sides; is it the right time for this or a wrong time for this?” Marsden said in regards to whether the streaming channel should have shelved the project at least for a few more months. He added that, “But, I think, at the end of the day, everyone s supremely sensitive to the material and what story we re telling here.”This also brings up a larger, philosophical conversation: If The Stand is about the lucky few who were able to survive a sudden outbreak, how fortunate does Marsden feel that he gets to have a career like this and play this part? Or that he gets to be healthy right now?“Stephen King doesn t shy away from this idea of leaning into the idea of having questions that aren t necessarily answered,” Marsden said. “That s a testament to his bravery and his courage in his storytelling; this diminishes the idea if I were to provide a clear-cut answer to this.”(Photo by Robert Falconer/CBS)There were often questions on set of why these characters were put in these situations, he said, and it was decided that “let’s play it like we don’t know why, but we have to.”As an actor, he said “I can look back and look at choices that I made, and risks that I took. But to be frank, when I started, there wasn t there wasn t any other option.”Call it naivety or just youthful cockiness, he said, but “sometimes there are other forces at play.”“I don’t want to get hocus pocus-y, but I like to believe that there are reasons behind things even if you can’t explain them,” Marsden said.It’s just a matter of what side you stand on when you’re given these choices.The Stand premieres on Thursday, December 17 on CBS All Access.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
This Week s Ketchup brings you another ten headlines from the world of film development news, covering such titles as Creed 3, Indiana Jones 5, Jurassic World: Dominion, and Little Shop of Horrors. This WEEK S TOP STORYLOGAN DIRECTOR TO REPLACE SPIELBERG ON INDIANA JONES 5(Photo by Paramount/courtesy Everett Collection)When Disney acquired Lucasfilm in 2012, the obvious focus was on the Star Wars franchise, but Indiana Jones was another long-running property that Disney acquired at the same time. By that point, Paramount had already been developing an Indiana Jones 5 for a few years (basically since the 2008 release of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull), which continued until the film finally received a release date of July 19, 2019. That obviously didn t happen, with the release date now landing next summer on July 9, 2021 (four days before Harrison Ford turns 79). With Steven Spielberg still working on his West Side Story remake (12/18/2020), there had been recent speculation about Indiana Jones 5, which was answered this week as Steven Spielberg has dropped out of directing it. Instead, James Mangold is now in talks to direct Indiana Jones 5, with Ford still attached as the film s star. It s unclear when Indiana Jones 5 will start filming, or if the release date will change, but Ford did just say two weeks ago that he expected to start filming in April. Other Top Headlines1. THE RUN TIME OF NO TIME TO DIE MAY REVEALED(Photo by UA/Everett Collection)For most of its first few decades, the movies in the James Bond franchise had a fairly consistent running time range in the range of two hours or so, but they started getting longer when Daniel Craig took on the role (all but Quantum of Solace were between 143 and 148 minutes). So, it may have come as surprising news this week when Regal Cinemas revealed that No Time to Die (4/10/2020) will have a running time of 163 minutes, or just 17 minutes shy of three hours. Put another way, that means that No Time to Die will be 15 minutes longer than Spectre, which had been the longest film at 148 minutes. 2. CREED III GETS IT SCREENWRITER(Photo by MGM)The 2018 Rocky franchise sequel Creed II ended up earning over 4 million worldwide, which was an increase over the 3 million earned by the first Creed. So, it s unsurprising that MGM is now developing a third Creed movie for their star Michael B. Jordan. MGM has hired screenwriter Zach Baylin to start work on a third Creed. As for what Creed III will be about, there is already speculation online that Sylvester Stallone s Rocky Balboa may not be coming back. Stallone is currently staying very busy, including both his superhero movie Samaritan (12/11/2020) and the futuristic action movie Little America .
tar in the film as the central hero, Nathan Drake, and it officially went into production in early 2020. It lands here after several shifts in the release schedule; let s hope it stays here. Ambulance (2022) Directed by: Michael BayStarring: Jake Gyllenhaal, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Eiza Gonzalez, Garret DillahuntOpening on: February 18, 2022Michael Bay tones down his blockbuster tendencies just a bit (presumably) for this smaller-scale thriller about a pair of thieves who unknowingly rob an ambulance carrying a paramedic and a patient in critical condition. This remake of a Danish film has been in development since 2015, but filming finally got underway in January of 2021.
(Photo by ©Paramount/courtesy Everett Collection)When Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, the fourth film in Steven Spielberg s Indiana Jones series, premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in 2008, it was met with rapturous applause – and pretty stellar reviews. While some took issue with the overuse of CGI, and a not-quite-as-sharp-as-its-predecessors script, most critics gave it the Fresh thumbs up. Here, after all, was the first Indiana Jones movie the world had been gifted in almost 30 years, and it tickled the nostalgia bone right into Certified Fresh status.Fans of the franchise, though . well, they weren t exactly whipped up to that level of enthusiasm by Indy 4, which 12 years later is largely considered the worst film in the series and – for some – a major blight on it. (See the Audience Score of 54%). There was that CGI, for starters, and that Russian accent (sorry Cate), and those aliens. While many acknowledge it has its moments – most of those thanks to tipped fedoras and John Williams – the sense has been that this decent action movie was a terrible Indiana Jones movie.Listen Now: Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | TuneIn | Google Podcasts | Radio Public | Deezer | iHeart | Art19Is that Certified Fresh Tomatometer score of 78% wrong ? Or is the audience being far too harsh on Indy, Mutt, and Spalko? And what the hell were they thinking with those swinging monkeys? In the third episode of new podcast Rotten Tomatoes Is Wrong (A Podcast From Rotten Tomatoes), our hosts Jacqueline Coley and Mark Ellis are joined by critic, pop-culture expert – and most recently, YouTube host – Scott Mantz, to break down Indy 4, diving deep into its pros, cons, and journey from blockbuster smash to That Indiana Jones Movie We Don t Mention In Polite Company.Be sure to check in every Thursday for a new episode of Rotten Tomatoes Is Wrong (A Podcast From Rotten Tomatoes). Each week, hosts Jacqueline and Mark and guests go deep and settle the score on some of the most beloved – and despised – movies and TV shows ever made, directly taking on the statement we hear from so many fans: “Rotten Tomatoes is wrong.”Check out episode one: Rotten Tomatoes Is Wrong About Spider-Man 3Check out episode two: Rotten Tomatoes Is Wrong About Mortal KombatIf you have a suggestion for a movie or show you think we should do an episode on, let us know in the comments, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.Meet the hostsJacqueline Coley is an editor at Rotten Tomatoes, with a focus on awards and indie coverage but with a passion for everything, from the MCU to musicals and period pieces. Coley is a regular moderator at conventions and other events, can be seen on Access Hollywood and other shows, and will not stand Constantine slander of any kind. Follow Jacqueline on Twitter: @THATjacqueline.Mark Ellis is a comedian and contributing editor for Rotten Tomatoes. He currently hosts the Rotten Tomatoes series Versus, among others, and can be seen co-hosting the sports entertainment phenomenon Movie Trivia Schmoedown. His favorite Star Wars movie is Jedi (guess which one!), his favorite person is actually a dog (his beloved stepdaughter Mollie), and – thanks to this podcast – he s about to watch Burlesque for the first time in his life. Follow Mark on Twitter: @markellislive.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
亚搏手机在线登录入口 King of the Crop: Aquaman On Top For Third Weekend, Eyes Global BillionJoel MearesAquaman is not going anywhere. Not at least until Glass dethrones what should be a four-week run atop the box office on January 18. The last film to do that was Black Panther. While Aquaman won’t quite reach the heights of last year’s box office champion, it is fixing to do something that not Batman, Superman, nor even Wonder Woman could do in DC’s extended universe. For the first time since Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight films, a DC property is going to reach the billion mark worldwide. Aquaman is the sixth-highest grossing film ever in December after 17 days and is looking at a final domestic gross somewhere in between Peter Jackson’s The Two Towers (9 million) and The Return of the King (7 million.) James Wan’s film had a better third weekend (and first week of January) than either of those films, and its international total currently stands at 0 million. Not only will it be the fifth film released in 2018 to cross the billion dollar mark, but it will be the fifth film in Warner Bros. history to do it after the final Harry Potter chapter, the two Dark Knight sequels, and the first Hobbit film.The Rest of the Top 10 and Beyond: Escape Room Manages a Break Out(Photo by @ Sony)Sony went a little Blumhouse on us this weekend with the low-budget and respectable opening of Escape Room. Critics weren t too harsh on the million production – especially for a horror flick released in January – giving it a 53% on the Tomatometer, and it grossed million this weekend. That puts it in between 2010 s Legion and 2004 s The Butterfly Effect for January horror openings. Audience response suggests it could fall in the same final range of those films, between million and million. Sony’s success continues with Spider-Man Into the Spider-Verse which will be heading into profit soon with a final estimate that continues to rise; the film now looks to finish with around 2 million. But on the other end of the spectrum for Sony, Holmes Watson is proving to be a real embarrassment. It could become just the second film to open on Christmas Day with more than million and not reach million. Holmes Watson’s had a million production budget and has currently earned .4 million.Disney’s Mary Poppins Returns is still hoping to forge a path to clear 0 million. As of now it should have no problem passing comparable past December opener Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows’ 6 million, but it is going to need some solid daily holds to maintain the pace of Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, which opened mid December in 2011 and finished with 9 million. Ralph Breaks the Internet has a clearer path to the milestone, likely finishing somewhere between 0 and 5 million. However, with an international total of just 7.6 million to date, Ralph is still well in the red for Disney.(Photo by @ Paramount Pictures)In a few days, Bumblebee will become the 33rd film released in 2018 to reach 0 million. It is still million behind Transformers: The Last Knight’s pace overall, but posted nearly twice as much in its third weekend as that film, so there is still hope that the best-reviewed (and only Fresh) Transformers film will not have the lowest-grossing domestic run of the series. There is also some good news for Clint Eastwood’s The Mule. Only one December film has ever reached million in its first 24 days and not finished with over 0 million; that was WB’s 2008 film, Yes Man, with Jim Carrey (.6 million). The Mule, which has not yet opened outside the U.S., will need roughly million internationally to get into the black for the studio.In limited release, Destroyer led this week’s per-theater-average with ,335 in six theaters, followed by Cold War (,500 on the same number of screens) for totals of 0,012 and ,000, respectively. Focus’ On the Basis of Sex expanded into 112 theaters and grossed .67 million, a ,920 average per screen. Then there was Stan Ollie with a ,022 average in eight theaters. Also expanding were Barry Jenkins’ If Beale Street Could Talk, now in 335 theaters, and Mary Queen of Scots, which added 211 theaters for a total of 1,052. They grossed .84 and .2 million, respectively. The Favourite also continues to chug along adding .97 million for a total gross of .3 million.This Time Last Year: Jumanji Finally Beats out The Last Jedi(Photo by @ Columbia Pictures)© Marvel / © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures /Courtesy Everett Collection2018 kicked off with Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle celebrating a box office victory in its third week, but Insidious: The Last Key was no slouch either with a .5 million start for second place. The Post and Phantom Thread continued to lead the per-theater-average list in limited release with ,167 and ,040 per screen, respectively. The top 10 grossed a total of 4.1 million and scored an average of 69.9% on the Tomatometer. This year’s top 10 grossed an estimated 8.1 million and averaged 64.8% on the Tomatometer.On the Vine: Kevin Hart and Keanu Reeves In Two Long-Delayed Films(Photo by © STX Entertainment)Two long-delayed projects go up against a puppy next week, even as one is expected to be a dog. The Upside, starring Bryan Cranston and Kevin Hart, premiered at the Toronto Film Festival in 2017 when it was owned by the Weinstein Co. A few scandals later and STX is now finally releasing the remake of 2012 s The Intouchables, one of the most successful films of all time in France. It will go up against Keanu Reeves in the sci-fi clone film, Replicas, which was filmed back in 2016 and is likely to arrive with a thud. Then Charles Martin Smith, the actor-turned-director who helmed Air Bud and the Dolphin Tale films, brings us A Dog’s Way Home, not to be confused with 2017’s A Dog’s Purpose, nor its 2019 sequel, A Dog’s Journey. Finally, On the Basis of Sex expands nationwide.The Full Top 10: January 4-6Aquaman .7 million (9.7 million total)Escape Room – million ( million total)Mary Poppins Returns .8 (8.7 million total)Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse– million (3.9 million total)Bumblebee – .8 million (.1 million total)The Mule – million (.1 million total)Vice – .8 million (.8 million total)Second Act .9 million (.9 million total)Ralph Breaks the Internet – .7 million (7.2 million total)Holmes Watson – .4 million (.4 million total)
玉兔私服手游中玩家登陆就可以领取无限量的元宝，商城的物品可以随意的购入，华丽的时装，绚丽的翅膀，每天都可以更换不一样的外观，在副本中玩家也可以打出商城没有的时装，喜欢玉兔私服手游玩法的小伙伴们快来下载看看吧~ (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for STARZ)Ella Purnell splashed on the scene with a standout role in Tim Burton s Miss Peregrine s Home for Peculiar Children and has since appeared, with Bill Nighy and Matthew Goode, in the critically acclaimed Ordeal By Innocence, which was Certified Fresh at 94% on the Tomatometer and U.S. audiences saw on Amazon. She also played teen Maleficent in the 2014 live-action Disney film that starred Angelina Jolie as the titular Sleeping Beauty villain.The actress is all grown up now and starring as Tess, a 22-year-old who tackles the competitive New York City restaurant scene, in Starz drama Sweetbitter. At the end of the first season, Tess got her coveted job in Howard’s (Paul Sparks) restaurant, which was only the beginning of the drama for Purnell s character.In the season 2 premiere, Howard takes his staff to a farm to see where the food they prepare comes. It seems to affect Tess deeply, and she starts calling some of the chefs out on their cavalier attitude toward their ingredients. There also might be a bright spot in her relationship with Simone (Caitlin FitzGerald) — but how long can it last?When Rotten Tomatoes caught up with Purnell, she told us of her love for Phoebe Waller-Bridge s work and what s in store for her character in season 2.WHAT’S ON YOUR DVR?(Photo by BBC America)I don’t generally watch that much live TV because I’m always in different time zones and traveling around so much. I can tell you which TV shows I watch every single night religiously when I binge-watch them.My first one has to be Killing Eve, because it’s incredible. I’m obsessed with it. I’m obsessed with Jodie Comer. I’m obsessed with Sandra Oh. I’m really fascinated by shows with female leads, written by females. I know season 1 was Phoebe Waller-Bridge. I don’t think she did the second season, but I still really like the second season. I’ll be intrigued to see where they go after this. I actually first heard about Killing Eve when I was doing press for Sweetbitter because everybody kept comparing Tess and Simone to Villanelle and Eve. That’s how I got into it and they are pretty similar. I love the way that relationship is built.WHAT’S ON YOUR STREAMING QUEUE?(Photo by Steve Schofield/Amazon Prime)Fleabag. I love it. It’s too short though. I need more than six episodes, because it’s so addictive. I think I binge-watched the whole first season in one night. It’s so brilliant. The humor is amazing, and it’s interesting once you know that Phoebe is involved in both [Fleabag and Killing Eve]. You can absolutely recognize her writing style and the way she brings characters to life. It’s super unique and so smart. She’s brilliant.There is a show that I can’t stop watching. It’s called Easy. I think that show’s been on for a while, but it just hit Netflix, so I’ve only just kind of discovered it. It’s set in Chicago, and each episode is like an anthology series. It starts off as an anthology series, but I think halfway through season 1 you get to meet the characters from episode one again later. Then by season 2 and season 3, you’re following the same four or five story lines except for then they add new story lines every other episode. Each one is different, but it kind of all centers around relationships, friendships, marriages, couples, all sexualities, all genders. It’s so interesting, all ages. Evan Jonigkeit, who plays Will in Sweetbitter, is on Easy. I was watching the show and I was like, Oh, that’s Evan. And I texted him, “I love your show.” I think it’s all mostly improv and the guys that do it are just like friends who get together and make this thing. It’s such a cool concept, I love it.My last one is Black Mirror. I am always obsessed with Black Mirror. I will watch it. I watched it last night. I rewatch episodes, and every time I rewatch an episode, I learn something new. I’m obsessed with Black Mirror.And Mrs. Maisel — I have to say that.That’s my top five.WHAT’S COMING SOON THAT YOU CAN’T WAIT FOR?(Photo by Jennifer Clasen/HBO)Oh, I haven’t seen Big Little Lies yet. I loved the first season and I love Meryl Streep, so I would say Big Little Lies season 2. The Crown season 3 and 4, I think, have finished filming already. Maybe they haven’t finished yet, but Olivia Colman and Helena Bonham-Carter are two of my top five favorite actresses, so I cannot wait to watch that. Really excited for that one.(Photo by Starz)Fred Topel for Rotten Tomatoes: Is visiting the farm a game changer for Tess?Ella Purnell: Definitely. I think it’s pretty symbolic of them switching it up. It’s a way of Howard switching things up in the restaurant industry, making everyone aware that sh ’s about to change. But for Tess, it’s also like, Hey, don’t think that just because you’ve got the job that you’re done. That happening wakes her up, I think, from any idea of complacency. Also her reaction to it surprises herself; her curiosity and interest in it reminds her not to underestimate herself and it reminds her that there’s so much stuff she hasn’t seen, so much stuff she hasn’t experienced.It seems to change her attitude in the kitchen. Will that continue?Oh, definitely. Absolutely, yeah. In part, it’s having a better understanding and appreciation for dining as a whole experience, but also the intensity behind it. I think it’s a good reminder to Tessa, like it’s a job. This is kind of each man for himself out there, and I think that becomes apparent in the last scene of the season with a scene between Tess and Howard. She does something really ballsy, really ballsy. And it’s really interesting. I’m really interested to see what people make of that last scene. It’s dramatic.(Photo by Starz)Does Tess and Simone’s relationship become more harmonious?Yeah, I would say so. Well, no, actually. For like a brief second. Episode two they have an incredible bonding experience. You find out a bit more about Tess’s backstory and Tess’s mother and perhaps get an inkling as to why she’s so attracted to Simone, what their relationship is about. I don’t really know. It’s painful. I’m really interested in the relationship. I’m really interested in female relationships in general. I think she’s just as in love with Simone as she is with Jake, so she’s hypersensitive to any changed or nuances in their relationship. I think it’s really painful for Tess.Does Tess’ journey in the restaurant industry have any parallels to yours as an actor?Definitely. I always think it’s so funny how art imitates life in a weird way. Definitely last year was so funny because it was my first time in New York. It was my first time doing TV. So everything she was doing, everything she was experiencing, I was experiencing too for the first time. I’d never worked in this industry, and I was thrown into this new industry. What I mean by that is movies and TV, American television is totally different from anything I’ve ever done, so I was thrown into this thing that I was trying to figure out and keep up with and look like I knew what I was doing in the same way that Tess is. And then the gratification it gives you when you seize life for all its worth is incredible. I moved to New York after we finished filming, and I feel like it’s changed my life, not in a cheesy corny way, but genuinely changed the course of my life.Sweetbitter new episodes air Sundays on Starz.
(Photo by HBO)Click to view larger image (new window).When you play the game of villainy, you win or you die – a long and gruesome death usually. We gave you the chance to choose the worst of the worst characters from the seven seasons of Game of Thrones so far in our villain bracket.The final votes are in, and Ramsay Bolton has won the final a hole battle! Anyone surprised by that outcome? The final tally in the contest of the ROYAL DICK vs. THE BOLTON BASTARD :3.4K votedKing Joffrey Baratheon 1,219 (36.2%)Ramsay Snow/Bolton 2,149 (63.8%)Even the Australian Red Cross has named him the worst Game of Thrones war criminal, based on his 17 violations of the international humanitarian laws (IHL) laid out in the Geneva Conventions. His crimes:Torture, cruel or inhuman treatment (x 6)Perfidy (x 4)Taking hostagesWilful killing of those who are hors de combat, such as injured soldiers or prisoners (x 2)Use of means or methods of warfare that inflict superfluous injury or unnecessary sufferingSexual violence, including rape, sexual slavery, enforced prostitution and enforced pregnancy (x 2)Making civilians not taking direct part in hostilities the object of attack(The other characters making the top 5 of the Red Cross war criminal list include: Daenerys Targaryen (15), Roose Bolton (8), and, tied at fourth, Jon Snow, The Night King, and the Sons of the Harpy of Mereen, while Euron Greyjoy and Walder Frey tied for fifth place with five violations each.)Congrats to actor Iwan Rheon for giving us a villain for the ages! Rheon can currently be seen as Mick Mars in Mötley Crüe biopic The Dirt on Netflix.Previous results: Round 1 | Round 2 | Round 3 | Round 4How it worksVoting for each round began at 12 p.m. ET/9 a.m. PT on each day:Tuesday, April 9 vote in the Round 1 matches. (Closed)Wednesday, April 10 find out who won the Round 1 matches, and vote in Round 2.(Closed)Thursday, April 11 find out who won the Round 2 matches, and vote in Round 3.(Closed)Friday, April 12 find out who won the Round 3 matches, and vote in Round 4.(Closed)Saturday, April 13 find out who won the Round 4 matches, and vote for the winner in the final round.Closed)Sunday, April 14 find out who wins the Battle of the A**holes.
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