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体育娱乐官网采用百度引擎5(Baidu 6)不过《泰拉瑞亚》手游上线之后,很多问题就得到了解决。《泰拉瑞亚》手游最高支持8人联机,而且在游戏里面,还有匹配功能,玩家们可以进入其他玩家的房间。在TAPTAP平台上,还有《泰拉瑞亚》的论坛,玩家们需要帮助,亦或者找志同道合的朋友,都可以前往论坛寻找!

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希牛游戏app是一个免费的变态手游盒子工具。为喜欢玩bt手游的玩家推送了海量游戏资源,新玩家注册登录即可获取超值红包奖励。首次充值享受折上折优惠!心动了有么有?快点来绿色资源网下载体验吧。希牛游戏平台介绍打造专注于BT手游的盒子平台,收录了热门小游戏, 在如今这样各品类优秀手游都层出不穷的市场,各厂商的竞争压力都非常大,而一款好的SLG手游周期能有多长,能火多久?
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概要:新开传奇世界中变版是一款不肝不氪金的热血传奇手游,有着高人气,玩家上线就送满级vip和元宝,其他所有的装备神器全靠打,刀刀带切割光柱,野怪、boss非常容易,散人玩家的天堂,带给你新奇的游戏体验,感兴趣的玩家赶快下载吧!体育娱乐官网不论是端游还是手游,《英雄联盟》总归是五个人的游戏:而和朋友一起玩游戏带来的快乐,远比游戏本身要大得多——我想,这就是竞技游戏最大的魅力,也是《英雄联盟》十年不变的初心。

3. 激战团竞模式
《超激斗梦境》还有其他有趣的玩法,像塔防、弹幕射击等玩法也备受玩家喜欢,目前官方已经公布游戏会在第二季度公测,小编觉得最迟也就会在5月份上线,和7月份要上线的DNF手游相比,《超激斗梦境》确实抢先占了时间优势。正如一些玩家所言,《超激斗梦境》很有可能会成为DNF手游上线路上的拦路虎,对此你们又是如何看待的呢?

4. 呼朋唤友 随心所欲
英雄联盟手游这款游戏国际服已经公测了很长时间了,但国服一直没有上线也成为了大家的心病。目前很多玩家在端游都玩过一段时间了,近期,国服也上线了A轮的测试,不少人都拿到了这个名额,在经过这次的测试以后,也有一大部分的人感受到了手游的魅力,但是到底在英雄联盟手游中哪个英雄的操作难度最高呢?

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0.36.1 8月喜迎Joel MearesCovering the year s buzziest movies, series, and chatter during the feverish time period known as Awards Season presents unique challenges. Screenings and screeners can be hard to come by, advanced access is limited, and everyone’s trying to articulate increasingly edgier takes about properties that everyone else is writing about, too. But there are ways to cut through. Ahead of the Golden Globes, Guild awards, and Oscars, Rotten Tomatoes asked editors and awards experts what tips they have for freelancers covering the contenders.Eric Kohn, Executive Editor and Chief Critic, IndieWire Read as much as you can from the established pundits who cover awards season and pay attention to the calendar of awards events throughout the year — from the Gothams to the SAG Awards — so you can deepen your understanding of the awards season ecosystem. Your take on the race will have more authority if you make the effort to see how each piece fits into the larger whole. Erik Anderson, Founder and Owner, AwardsWatch For me, breaking into awards coverage was a 20-year game. I started out in forums, talking about movies, and then building my way up in the ranks, and then ultimately creating my own outlet. That might not be for everyone, but if I had to give any advice to people who want to break in, it would be to say ‘yes’ to everything at first. Publicists will grab onto to you and the reciprocal relationship will hopefully then bring you bigger and better things. I try and answer every email back, even if it’s with a ‘no.’ Be as persistent as they are. It’s respectful and it garners respect. Something else I will tell anyone, freelancer or entrepreneur, know your worth. It took me a long time to get to that, to even knowing what it was. But it made all the difference in the world. Clayton Davis, Editor-in-Chief and Owner, AwardsCircuit.com After removing the ‘glitz’ and ‘glam’ or just merely watching films and meeting stars for a living, you have to ask yourself, why do you WANT to write? If passion is the foundation for your pitches, then the next course of action is to show how your voice is unique in an industry that has so many perspectives and feels oversaturated. Be persistent, but not rude or overbearing when you receive a ‘no’ or a non-response. Get your foot in the door, no matter how trivial, and show what you re worth when you re finally inside. Rubin Safaya, Executive Editor, AwardsWatch Cinemalogue The most consistent factor impacting a journalist’s visibility is speed. International festival coverage – Cannes, Venice, Toronto, etc. – is early in the cycle. From these reviews, studios pull quotes for FYC campaigns, trailers, one-sheets. In addition to notoriety as one of the first 15 to 20 critics on the Rotten Tomatoes listing for a feature, festivals provide resourceful journalists a feel for the rhythm and flow of the entire cycle: what films are being tapped by distributors for their awards potential, how public and press/industry screenings are shaping the distributors public and trade (FYC) marketing campaigns, and which films public sentiment and critical consensus are likely to coalesce around. Jacqueline Coley, Editor, Rotten Tomatoes One of the best assets for a freelancer is cultivating positive relationships with editors. Editors get hundreds of pitches a week. Having familiarity with them is always going to fare better than cold calls. So, make the rounds and say hello at screenings, events, or whenever possible. Get contact information and make sure to follow up. The next most important thing for pitches is uniqueness. If a site has four reporters on staff, then don’t pitch an article they could easily staff out. Give perspective or an outlook they would not normally contemplate. Make sure your pitch is tailored to you and make sure to explain why you’ll be the best person for the job. You can do this in the thoughtfulness of the pitch or with the subject matter. Either way – and forgive the quote, but – ‘Make them a pitch they can’t refuse.’ Best of luck, and pitch away. Check out more resources for critics from Rotten Tomatoes
King of the Crop: Shazam! Repeats, but Its Final Estimate Falls(Photo by Warner Bros.)As stated last week, Shazam is more DC’s Ant-Man than their Guardians of the Galaxy. To maintain the kind of momentum that would keep it in the universe of Paul Rudd’s character financially, it was hoping for around a 45% drop for its second weekend. Instead it fell 53%. Still good enough to beat this week’s challengers handily, but its hopes of reaching 0 million and beyond fell a bit. Among comic book adaptations to earn between -100 million after ten days, Shazam! joins the company of X-Men, X-Men: First Class, Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer, The Incredible Hulk, Batman Returns, The Wolverine, and Wanted. Batman Returns is the high bar with a 2 million final tally, while the four films surrounding it on that list grossed between 1-135 million. Shazam!’s second weekend (.1 million) was higher than all of those films except for Batman Returns (.4 million) but its final estimate is now in the 0 million range. Shazam! has grossed over 1 million worldwide to date.Rotten Returns: Laika Is Failed Again, but Not By Critics(Photo by Annapurna Pictures)This story is either sad or infuriating maybe both, depending on who you ask. Ask critics which animated studio they would rather see put out more film – Illumination or Laika – and they re likely to say Laika every day and twice on Sunday. Laika’s output has included Kubo and the Two Strings (97%), Coraline (90%), ParaNorman (87%), Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride (83%), and The Boxtrolls (76%), all of which are Certified Fresh. Yet, since Coraline in 2009, each successive Laika film has grossed less than the last from Coraline’s million down to Kubo’s .Laika jumped ship from Focus Features, a studio whose Laika projects rank as four of the top 12 grossers in their history. Now they put themselves in the hands of Annapurna, who this February partnered with MGM and Orion to release films under the banner of United Artists Releasing. Missing Link (89%) is their first effort, and they opened it to .8 million. In 3,413 theaters. That is a lower per-theater-average (,712) than Matthew McConaughey’s Serenity (,724). It is a worse average than Focus Features got for Neil Jordan’s Greta (,859). Focus opened Ratchet Clank to .8 million for Pete’s sake. While UA Releasing has some high profile remakes and sequels on the horizon (Child’s Play, Bill Ted Face the Music, Bond 25), this is a really disconcerting start. Especially for the animated company, which deserves better.The Top 10 and Beyond: Hellboy Hits Bottom with Critics and Audiences(Photo by Summit Entertainment)Another film that could have gone into the “Rotten Returns” section was the reboot of Hellboy. From Sony to Universal to Lionsgate, no studio has been able to make this character a thing. Despite two efforts from Gullermo del Toro, both 2004’s Hellboy and 2008’s Hellboy II: The Golden Army were financial failures, albeit ones with PG-13 ratings. The new R-rated Hellboy may not be family-friendly, but it wasn’t critic-friendly either. Garnering just a 15% on the Tomatometer, Hellboy is one of the worst-reviewed wide releases of 2019, ahead of only A Madea Family Funeral (13%), Replicas (10%), and this week’s release of After (13%), which Aviron opened in 2,138 theaters to bigger numbers than Missing Link (.2 million).Back to Hellboy, though. It continues Lionsgate’s history of lackluster returns for comic book adaptations. Red was their biggest success, opening to .7 million and finishing with .3 million. Its sequel was not as well-received, with lines of and .8 million. Kick-Ass was .8 and million. Hellboy could not even reach their PG-13 Thomas Jane Punisher film, which opened to .8 million just two weeks after del Toro s Hellboy opened to .1 milion in 2004. The Punisher finished with just .8 million. Neil Marshall’s million production of Hellboy may not even make it to million domestic, which is less than Hellboy II’s opening weekend alone of .5 million.Disney’s Dumbo is also headed for a rough landing. The live-action version of their 1941 classic is up to just .9 million after 17 days. That puts it in league with Apollo 13, Borat, Home Alone 2, The World is Not Enough, District 9, Blades of Glory, Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, Fifty Shades Freed, Superbad, Doctor Dolittle, The Fugitive; films between -91 million in the same period. Among that crop, only Fifty Shades Freed made less (.1 million) in its third weekend than Dumbo (.1 million). That is putting Tim Burton’s 0 million production somewhere between 0-110 million. With only 6 million worldwide, the film could end up being another 0+ million loser for Disney. Fortunately for them, not only is Avengers: Endgame on the horizon, but Captain Marvel still has the 21st best total ever after 38 days with 5 million, and with .064 billion worldwide, it s now the 28th highest-grossing film ever.(Photo by Paramount Pictures)The new Pet Sematary adaptation is following the path suggested in last week’s column. With a 59% drop in its second weekend to million, the film is now in danger of coming up short of the .4 million of the 1989 film. The 2019 version is in league with other horror films like The Omen (2006), Evil Dead (2013), Gothika, White Noise, Dracula Untold, Happy Death Day, and The Cell – each of which had between -42 million after ten days of release, and only The Cell and Gothika made more than .4 million. With The Curse of La Llorona set to take a chunk of the horror fans away from a film that dropped from 82% on the Tomatometer after its closing night SXSW premiere to 58% by the end of its first weekend, an under million haul next weekend could seal its fate in missing the 1989 goal. Nevertheless, it s sill on pace to turn a profit for Paramount.Doing better with horror fans is Jordan Peele’s Us, which is over 3 million, officially passing last year’s Blumhouse production of Halloween. The film is still million ahead of last year’s A Quiet Place after 24 days, but it has fallen behind its fourth weekend take (-to-.9 million.) That is also less than Get Out’s fourth weekend (.4 million), though Us is still million ahead of the pace of Peele’s debut. Us looks to land somewhere in the 0 million range. Universal also managed to open Little this weekend ahead of Hellboy. Its .4 million opening is higher than their Jason Bateman/Ryan Reynolds body-switch film, The Change-Up, which started with .5 million and finished with million.This Time Last Year: Dwayne Johnson Led with Another Video Game Adaptation(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)The video game adaptation, Rampage with Dwayne Johnson led the way with .7 million, just barely beating the second weekend of A Quiet Place, which finished with .9 million to just pass the 0 million mark in its 10th day of release. Opening in third was Blumhouse horror, Truth or Dare, with .6 million and Roadside’s most successful film to date, the song origin tale of I Can Only Imagine, passed million in total sales. The Top Ten films grossed 1.79 million and averaged 66.8% on the Tomatometer. This year’s Top Ten grossed an estimated 1.45 and averaged 58.5%On the Vine: Horror and Sci-Fi Bring the Calm before the Avengers Storm(Photo by New Line Cinema)Another horror film tries to separate fans from their money. This time it is The Curse of La Llorona, part of The Conjuring universe, about the infamous weeping woman who steals children. Its premiere at SXSW this year was not as well received as Pet Sematary, as it owns a 44% on the Tomatometer at the moment. (Sematary’s score dropped 20% from its SXSW premiere.) Also look out for 2018 SXSW premiere, Fast Color, from director Julia Hart and co-writer/producer Jordan Horowitz, starring Gugu Mbatha-Raw as a woman with powers in a bleak future.The Full Top 10: April 5-7Shazam! (2019) 90% – .14 (.91 million total)Little (2019) 46% – .49 (.49 million total)Hellboy (2019) 18% – .01 (.01 million total)Pet Sematary (2019) 57% – million (.12 million total)Dumbo (2019) 46% – .18 million (.94 million total)Captain Marvel (2019) 79% – .63 million (6.53 million total)Us (2019) 93% – .95 million (3.5 million total)After (2019) 18% – .2 million (.2 million total)Missing Link (2019) 88% – .84 million (.84 million total)The Best of Enemies (2019) 53% – million (.1 million total)
《使命召唤手游》是一款由国内开发在国外很火的射击游戏,相信很多玩家最近一定听说了这款游戏已经在国内正式上线。

不过也有玩家表示,之所以会出现这种情况,主要原因还是使命召唤手游没有对国服玩家的胃口。目前市面上的MOBA游戏和吃鸡游戏,都是皮肤种类繁多,人物外观精美。唯独使命召唤手游主打一个“硬核”,所以最终会成为一款小众游戏。
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SPOTLIGHT PICK!Palme d Or-winner Parasite has now crossed over  million at the domestic box office and over 0 million at the worldwide box office. Adding just over 300 screens last week, the film added another .5 million and cemented itself as a solid hit for indie distributor Neon. Expanding to more screens this weekend, Bong Joon-ho s latest feature looks to keep the buzz going for what many are calling the best film of 2019. The story follows a low-income family as they try to hustle their way to a better life through their association with an affluent family, and it takes several hilarious twists and turns en route to its dramatic conclusion. A condemnation of choosing to ignore the inconvenient suffering of your fellow human beings, presented in a series of accomplished visual metaphors that ll make you rethink all sorts of ordinary household objects, writes Katie Rife of the AV Club.Playing limited screens. Along with The Peanut Butter Falcon (2019) , a drama about a man with Down syndrome who befriends a drifter and flees his assisted living facility to pursue his dreams of professional wrestling stardom. Pain and Glory (2019) , a drama about an aging director who reflects on his films, collaborators, and legacy after he s sidelined by severe back pain The Lighthouse (2019) , a surreal psychological horror about two men tortured by the elements and each other while isolated in a remote lighthouse. Jojo Rabbit (2019) , a satire about a naive Hitler youth who discovers his mother is hiding a Jewish girl in the attic during World War 2.
PRODUCTION DEVELOPMENT: Peacock To Debut Universal Titles No Later Than Four Months After Their 2022 Theatrical Premiere(Photo by Universal Pictures)Streaming service Peacock has signed a multi-year deal with Universal Filmed Entertainment Group that will have Peacock debuting Universal titles exclusively no more than four months after their theatrical releases in 2022. Among the films included on Universal’s 2022 slate: Jurassic World: Dominion, a new movie from Oscar-winner Jordan Peele, Puss in Boots: The Last Wish, and Minions: The Rise of Gru. Additionally, beginning in 2022, original films developed and produced exclusively for Peacock by Universal Pictures will also premiere on the service.  (Note: Rotten Tomatoes is a division of NBCUniversal, like Peacock and Universal Filmed Entertainment.) In related news, Prime Video and IMDb TV have signed a multi-year licensing deal with Universal Filmed Entertainment Group. Prime Video will have an exclusive pay-one window for UFEG’s slate of live-action films in the U.S. starting with the 2022 release slate and will also receive rights to a package of UFEG’s library movies. IMDb TV, Amazon’s premium free streaming service, has also secured an exclusive network-window for films from UFEG’s 2020-2021 theatrical slate and rights to a package of animated titles.Meanwhile, Peacock also announced a new original series, Pride Prejudice: An Experiment in Romance, a reality dating series obviously inspired by the success of Netflix’s Bridgerton, in which “a heroine looking for her duke” and a group of dudes will be “transported to a Regency-style England” and housed in a castle in the countryside, where “the heroine and suitors will experience that with which dreams are made of. From carriage rides and boat rides on the lake to archery and handwritten letters to communicate, they will be immersed in a time-traveling quest for love. In the end, our heroine and her suitors will discover if the ultimate romantic experience will find them true love.” Wannabe contestants, er, “heroines and suitors,” can apply to be on the series in this lengthy document.Showtime Networks has extended a deal with Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Partners that will mean additional Amblin films will air across Showtime channels and streaming service. The upcoming Amblin movies included: Spielberg’s untitled film starring Michelle Williams and Seth Rogen; Distant, starring Anthony Ramos and Naomi Scott; Easter Sunday, starring comedian Jo Koy; and Last Voyage of the Demeter, starring Corey Hawkins.50 Cent’s G-Unit Film Television is developing Unrapped, an ABC reality series in which celebrity contestants are coached by iconic hip-hop mentors, and then compete in rap battles until a king or queen is crowned. (Deadline)(Photo by Angela Weiss/AFP via Getty Images)Greg Berlanti (pictured), who currently has 14 series produced by his company on the air, and Sarah Schechter, Berlanti Productions’ chairperson and partner, have formed Berlanti/Schechter Films, a collaboration that includes a first-look deal for feature films at Netflix. Among Berlanti’s current series include the Netflix drama You, soon to premiere its third season, and the recently concluded Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. (Deadline)TBS will air Wipeout: The Suicide Squad Special on Aug. 1, with Suicide Squad director James Gunn and cast members  Nathan Fillion, Joel Kinnaman, David Dastmalchian, and Daniela Melchior joining their movie co-star, Wipeout co-host John Cena, in a special episode of the obstacle course series.CNN’s new eight-episode History of the Sitcom series premieres July 11 with back-to-back episodes “A Family Matter,” which examines how sitcoms have evolved to reflect the changing face of American families, and “Sex the Sitcom,” exploring the revolution of sex in sitcoms, including the integration of LGBTQ+ storylines in representing a more modern world.Rupert Murdoch is launching Fox Weather, a 24-hour streaming weather network later this year, while the Weather Channel will also launch a streaming service, Weather Channel Plus. (The New York Times)Robert and Michelle King (The Good Fight) have signed a new five-year overall producing deal with CBS under their King Size Productions banner, which gives the network exclusive rights to produce content created by the Kings across all platforms.Comic-Con@Home To Feature The Wheel of Time, The Walking Dead, Doctor Who, Rick and Morty, and More Panels(Photo by Adult Swim)Comic-Con International: San Diego will once again be virtual, and networks are beginning to announce details of their panels for the July 23-25 Comic-Con at Home. Some early highlights:AMC: The Walking Dead’s final SDCC panel, moderated by Chris Hardwick, and featuring Scott M. Gimple, showrunner Angela Kang, and cast members Norman Reedus, Melissa McBride, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Lauren Cohan, Khary Payton, Christian Serratos, Josh McDermitt, Eleanor Matsuura, and Michael James Shaw. Hardiwck also hosts the panels for Fear The Walking Dead, with panelists Gimple, showrunners Andrew Chambliss and Ian Goldberg, and cast members Lennie James, Alycia Debnam- Carey, Colman Domingo, Danay Garcia, Jenna Elfman, Karen David, Mo Collins, and Christine Evangelista; and The Walking Dead: World Beyond with panelists Gimple, showrunner Matt Negrete, and cast members  Aliyah Royale, Alexa Mansour, Nicolas Cantu, Hal Cumpston,  Nico Tortorella, Annet Mahendru,  Julia Ormond, Jelani Alladin, and Joe Holt. There will also be panels for BBC America’s Doctor Who, with 13th Doctor Jodie Whittaker on the panel; Shudder series V/H/S/94, Horror Noire, Creepshow, and Slasher: Flesh Blood; and the AMC+ series Ultra City Smiths, with panelists Jimmi Simpson, Debra Winger, and Luiz Guzmán.
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Ghcxuf hip.”“The relationship [between Ellie and Carl] was drawn largely from both Bob Peterson s relationship with his wife and my own relationship. There s high points and low points, difficulties and successes, and so we really wanted to portray the full wide breadth of that relationship. [There were] two relationships in particular that we focused on. Marc Davis was one of Disney s nine old men. He and Alice have a sort of fabled marriage and getting to know them was amazing. We got to visit their studio and talk about a little bit of their life together. And, actually, the two of them traveled to Papua, New Guinea. They went on these fantastic adventures as well as both being artists. So they were a great inspiration. [The other relationship was that of] Joe Grant, who was a guy that was head of story basically on Dumbo. He developed Fantasia, all these amazing films, was second in position down with Walt Disney in the 30s and 40s. And I got to know him late in his life as well and he had a wonderful relationship with his wife. So just looking around us at all these great role models and people, you realize, OK, nobody s perfect. Everybody has their bumps. I think that s what makes the sequence feel a little bit more real for people.”Pete Docter says he knew Carl had to have a reason to go on his adventure. (Photo by ©Walt Disney Co./courtesy Everett Collection)THE MOMENT: Carl and EllieOver the last three decades, the animator-tormenters at Pixar have been jerking the tears from our eyes with precision. Think of Jessie s When Somebody Loved Me sequence from Toy Story 2, or the moment Bing Bong fades away in Inside Out. Or the final moments of Toy Story 3. Or any of the other dozens of times the studio has turned on our waterworks. Chief among these moving moments is the opening sequence of Up, which sees Carl and Ellie meet cute as roughhousing kids, then court, marry, and persevere through some very dark times, ultimately living out a happy life until eventually Ellie dies, leaving Carl alone. It s beautiful and wrenching stuff, and goes to places few expect a family movie to go (at one point, we see the couple visit a doctor and learn that they cannot have children). Docter says the sequence underwent a number of changes before taking its final form. An original slapstick-style approach was ditched, as was most of the dialogue, and the filmmakers debated just how far they could push their audience when it came to the darker side of life.Ellie and Carl meet as kids at the beginning of the sequence. (Photo by ©Walt Disney Co./courtesy Everett Collection)“[Originally] Carl was, in the very first bit, trying to catch a bird and Ellie came to the bird s defense and punched him. Now Carl was out for revenge.”“The first draft of this was showing how their relationship [started]. So we introduced the characters to each other. We saw them as kids when they first saw each other. And it became kind of a battle. In fact, Carl was, in the very first bit, trying to catch a bird and Ellie came to the bird s defense and punched him. So now Carl was out for revenge. It became a back-and-forth of punching contests in the most unlikely places; in the middle of a Christmas pageant or taking the trash out. These very innocent scenes – the characters would surprise each other and punch each other. We thought it was hilarious, but [then] we showed it to the audience – we do a screening here at Pixar as we re making the films, we screen them about every three months – and it just kind of went over like a lead balloon. Nobody really laughed. So we thought, Well, this has to be shorter anyway because it s taking too long to get to the main action of our film. As it turned out that sequence really reduced down to about four-and-a-half minutes. It’s really not too long but it also becomes the emotional bedrock on which the rest of the film relies to move forward.”“Ronnie del Carmen, who was our head of story, came to me and said, ‘I think this would work better with no dialogue.’”“That sequence started fully scripted. We wrote multiple short little scenes where they were finishing each other s sentences and discussing stuff. Then as we started to storyboard it, Ronnie del Carmen, who was our head of story, came to me and said, ‘I think this would work better with no dialogue.’ And I said, ‘No, I think you re wrong. I think we should continue with the direction we set.’ But he eventually talked me into it and boy, the further we went We initially had sound effects and we took those out. We basically stripped it down just to music. My theory is, and it’s a somewhat crackpot theory probably, but I grew up watching Super 8 films that my parents had taken of all of us, and there s something about stripping away some element that makes it more emotional. Similarly, I have some audio cassettes that my parents recorded of us when we were kids and you can t see but you can hear. Something about having something lacking makes the audience have to fill in. They have to be an active participant and get involved in a way.”Ellie and Carl as their relationship progresses in the opening sequence. (Photo by ©Walt Disney Co./courtesy Everett Collection)“The pain and loss of that situation bonded those characters together and made you empathize more with them.”“There s one moment in that montage where Ellie has to go to the doctor and it s sort of implied that they can t have children for whatever reason. We didn t spell it out because we didn t feel like that was necessary. That raised some eyebrows even here at work as we were developing the film. Someone – it was an anonymous person – it must have hit too close to home and [they] got very upset. So, we did experiment with taking it out. And we thought, Well, maybe [the sequence] could still work [without it] because there s some really charming stuff. But the strange thing was, not only did we not feel the emotion as strongly in that one little sequence, but as we watched the rest of the film the whole film lost a little bit. I can t really fully explain that other than to say it was a real dark, low moment for them that I think made that relationship feel more real. The sort of pain and loss of that situation bonded those characters together and made you empathize more with them.”THE IMPACT: Life s Complexities, DistilledThe accolades came quickly for Up. The movie became at the time only the second animated movie ever to be nominated for Best Picture at the Academy Awards (it would take home Best Animated Feature, as well as Best Original Score for Michael Giacchino, whose composition, Married Life, is so key to the success of the opening sequence). Just as quickly, it entered the canon of Pixar greats, right alongside Finding Nemo, Toy Story, Wall-E, and the rest. But for Docter, the real lasting legacy of Up is felt in the form of letters and fan interactions, not shiny awards, when he sees first-hand how the moving moment that he helped create has affected and helped others.“She said it was very cathartic and that she felt as though she got to spend some time with her husband in a weird way.”“When we start out making these films, we re just trying to make something funny and entertaining and hopefully with a bit of heart and emotion to it. But they sometimes really tap into people s own lives in ways that are completely unexpected. There was a woman who wrote to me who said her husband had just died and so she went to the film just needing a break from life to get away from the sorrow. As I m reading the letter I m thinking, ‘Oh no’ – the wife dies and so it s mirroring her own life experience. But in the long run she said it was very cathartic and that she kind of felt as though she got to spend some time with her husband in a weird way. Even though this is a bunch of pixels on the screen and none of it actually exists. Part of what I really love [about] making animated films is that none of it exists. It s all a big trick. And yet when done well we can really make the audience care about these characters, believe in them as though they re real people.”Pete Docter at the Los Angeles premiere of Up in 2009. (Photo by Michael Germana/Everett Collection)“These films are dress rehearsals for life for a lot of people.”“These films in a way are dress rehearsals for life for a lot of people. I know when kids play house or cars or whatever, they re kind of acting out what they re looking [at] around them. They re kind of trying this suit on, and I think films are a little bit the same way. It s a way of understanding the world. We’ve had a lot of people respond, both on Up and especially on Inside Out, talking about how their autistic children really use these films in very significant ways to understand emotion, to understand interaction, relationships. I think because you can watch it over and over. This is something animation does; we try to distill down all the complexity and nuance and messiness into something clean and easy to see. It s like a caricature. In three lines, Al Hirschfeld would do these amazing caricatures of people that looked more like them than their own face did. That’s what we re striving to do with animation: to take all the messiness of life and make it more pure and easy to understand.”Up was released on May 29, 2009. Buy or rent it at FandangNOW.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week. 😈😈

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体育娱乐官网 This Week s Ketchup brings you more headlines from the world of film development news, covering new projects for Jason Statham, Adam Driver, Jamie Foxx, Daisy Ridley, and more.This WEEK S TOP STORYADAM DRIVER JOINS NEW FILM FROM WRITERS OF A QUIET PLACE(Photo by ©Netflix)Adam Driver is coming off a monster 2019, during which he not only completed his run in the Star Wars sequel trilogy as Kylo Ren but also earned a Best Actor Oscar nomination for his work in Noah Baumbach s Netflix original film Marriage Story. Next up for Driver is Ridley Scott s historical drama The Last Duel, which just went back into production after initiating a hiatus due to COVID-19, and he s in talks for Scott s next film, the Lady Gaga-powered based-on-true-events crime drama Gucci, but he s also just landed what could be a very interesting new role. Deadline reports that Driver has signed on to a film called 65, which will be written and directed by Scott Beck and Bryan Woods, the duo who wrote John Krasinki s A Quiet Place. Sam Raimi will also be producing the film, which, combined with the presence of Beck and Woods, gives us some idea what kind of movie it will be, though no details on the plot have yet been released. There s also no indication when 65 will go into production, but considering Driver s busy schedule and in-demand status, it could be a while.Other Top Headlines1. JASON STATHAM AND GUY RITCHIE COLLABORATE AGAIN FOR SPY THRILLER(Photo by Gareth Davies/Getty Images)Before he transitioned to big-budget studio blockbusters, Guy Ritchie made his bones with a couple of slick and witty crime capers featuring a then-unknown Jason Statham (Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and Snatch). After he turned in the live-action remake of Disney s Aladdin last year, he then returned to those roots with The Gentlemen, albeit without Statham. And while Ritchie and Statham are indeed scheduled to reunite for another caper called Cash Truck, which is currently in post-production, they ll be taking their talents international with a new spy thriller called Five Eyes. The story will follow an MI6 agent (Statham) who is recruited by global intelligence alliance Five Eyes to track down and stop the sale of a deadly new weapon that threatens to disrupt the world order. Including the yet-to-be-released Cash Truck (it s scheduled for January 15, 2021), this will be the fifth collaboration between Ritchie and Statham.2. UPCOMING ZACK SNYDER ZOMBIE MOVIE GETS A PREQUEL AND ANIME SERIES(Photo by ©Netflix)Zack Snyder made a big splash a couple weekends ago during the DC FanDome event when he unveiled the first trailer for The Snyder Cut of Justice League, which will air in four parts on the HBO Max streaming service sometime in 2021. In the meantime, Snyder has been working on a little zombie heist film called Army of the Dead, purportedly developed as a sequel to his 2004 remake of Dawn of the Dead. That film is slated to be released on Netflix, and although we don t yet know exactly when that ll be, the streaming giant has gone ahead and greenlit both a prequel film and a spin-off anime series. Prolific German actor Matthias Schweighöfer (Valkyrie, The Command), who will appear in Army of the Dead, will also star in and direct the prequel, which will center on his character, while Army of the Dead writer Shay Hatten (John Wick: Chapter 3 Parabellum) will write both the prequel and the anime series, the latter of which will be called Army of the Dead: Lost Vegas and focus on Dave Bautista s character from the film. No word on when we ll be getting those yet, either.3. JAMIE FOXX, TEYONAH PARRIS JOIN JOHN BOYEGA NETFLIX THRILLER(Photo by Dee Cercone, Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection)Just a few weeks ago, Netflix released the superhero-themed Project Power to somewhat mixed reviews, further reinforcing their efforts to lean hard into genre entertainment. What set that film apart, like The Old Guard before it, from some of its lesser fare was the presence of A-list talent, namely Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Jamie Foxx. Currently, Netflix is gearing up for another production with Star Wars alumnus John Boyega at the lead called They Cloned Tyrone, which will be the directorial debut of Juel Taylor, the screenwriter of Creed II, and Foxx is one of the two new stars who joined it this week. Ther other is Teyonah Parris (Dear White People, If Beale Street Could Talk), who will appear later this year (presumably) in Nia DaCosta s Candyman. The characters played by Boyega, Foxx, and Parris will be thrust onto the trail of a nefarious government conspiracy after a series of eerie events, evidently involving clones, if the title is any indication. In somewhat related news, Boyega also made headlines this week when an interview he did with GQ revealed that he was not a fan of how Disney and the Star Wars sequel trilogy treated its characters of color Finn in particular prompting renewed debate over the films.4. DAISY RIDLEY JOINS WWII DRAMA WOMEN IN THE CASTLE(Photo by Nicola Dove/©20th Century Fox Film Corporation)Considering the impact it had on the world, it shouldn t surprise anyone that we continue to see new films set during World War II, even despite the wealth of stories we already have about the era. The latest is a film called Women in the Castle, a drama adapted from the 2017 novel of the same name by Jessica Shattuck. The story revolves around three women whose husbands were killed in an assassination attempt on Hitler, and how their lives are individually affected by the event. This week we learned that the three women will be played by Daisy Ridley (Rey from the recent Star Wars trilogy), Kristin Scott Thomas (The English Patient, Darkest Hour), and German actress Nina Hoss, who earned widespread acclaim for another recent WWII film, Phoenix. Women in the Castle will be adapted and directed by Jane Anderson, whose 2017 film The Wife earned Glenn Close a number of awards and an Oscar nomination for Best Actress.5. CHLOE GRACE MORETZ JOINS SCI-FI THRILLER MOTHER/ANDROID(Photo by Shane Mahood/Focus Features)Like Zack Snyder, Matt Reeves made an appearance at DC FanDome to stoke anticipation for his upcoming film The Batman, for which he unveiled the very first trailer. As he continues to pull that film together in the face of unforeseen hurdles (more on that below), Reeves is also putting on his producer hat for a new sci-fi film that will be the directorial debut of Mattson Tomlin, who came on board to help Reeves write the script for The Batman and whose most recent script was for Netflix s Project Power. The new film is called Mother/Android, and it will star Chloe Grace Moretz (who appeared in Reeves Let Me In)as a young pregnant woman who flees with her boyfriend from a war between their country and a malevolent artificial intelligence in hopes of giving birth in a safe environment. Tomlin, who also wrote the script, based the story on his own parents who fled the Romanian Revolution. Mother/Android doesn t have a release date yet, but Tomlin has a number of big projects on the horizon, including the sci-fi drama Little Fish and a big-screen adaptation of the video game Mega Man, so it could be a while.6. DISNEY S HAUNTED MANSION IS BACK IN DEVELOPMENT(Photo by Walt Disney courtesy Everett Collection)While Disney has gotten mixed results from their films based on theme park attractions, most everyone agrees that 2003 s The Haunted Mansion, starring Eddie Murphy, was a tragic misfire. A few years later in 2010, there was some hope that longtime fan Guillermo del Toro would be able to craft something worthwhile as he set about developing a new take on the ride that would be scary and fun at the same time, but the scary will be scary. As the years passed, del Toro struggled to make much headway on the film, even with Ryan Gosling in talks to star at one point, and as recently as 2019, he expressed doubt that the film would ever be made, though he would love to see a Haunted Mansion movie by someone who loves it. That time may have come, as Disney recently announced they are moving forward with a new adaptation of The Haunted Mansion, this time written by Katie Dippold. Dippold s most recent credits include the Melissa McCarthy/Sandra Bullock action comedy The Heat, the 2016 reboot of Ghostbusters, and 2017 s Snatched, as well as episodes of Parks and Recreation. The next big movie based on a Disney ride will be Jungle Cruise, starring Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt, which is scheduled to open on July 31, 2021.7. ROBERT PATTINSON, DWAYNE JOHNSON AMONG STARS WHO HAVE CONTRACTED COVID-19(Photo by Elizabeth Goodenough, Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection)As we ve mentioned frequently over the past few months, the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has resulted in film and television production delays across the board, but lost time is nothing when compared to the very real threat of illness, and famous people are, of course, no more immune to COVID-19 than the rest of us. Back in March, Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson were the first two high-profile celebrities who revealed they had come down with the virus while filming Baz Luhrmann s Elvis Presley biopic in Australia (they re currently recovering),  and they were followed by others, like Idris Elba, Sara Bareilles, Daniel Dae Kim, Bryan Cranston, Lena Dunham, and Zoey Deutch, just to name a few. This week, we learned that two more of Hollywood s biggest stars have also contracted the virus. Dwayne Johnson took to Instagram to announce to his fans that he and his family had tested positive for COVID-19, but were currently on the other side of it and recuperating, while it was also revealed that Matt Reeves production of The Batman had to be halted just days after shooting on the film had resumed because star Robert Pattinson had also tested positive for the virus. The latter announcement comes just a little over a week after DC FanDome, when Reeves unveiled the new trailer for the film and offered fans the first look of Pattinson in action as the character. It remains to be seen how long the delay will be, but it serves as a reminder to the rest of us that nobody is above the pandemic. So please stay vigilant, stay safe, and practice social distancing protocols, so we can all enjoy The Batman together.8. HOLLYWOOD RESPONDS TO DEATH OF CHADWICK BOSEMAN(Photo by Marvel Studios)Last Friday, the world was stunned to learn that Chadwick Boseman, the actor who had portrayed such real-life luminaries as James Brown, Jackie Robinson, and Thurgood Marshall, as well as the Marvel superhero Black Panther, had succumbed to the colon cancer he had been battling since 2016. Part of the shock came because of what he represented to movie fans, but also because no one not even those he worked closely with was aware of his condition, even as he churned out critically acclaimed hits and record-breaking blockbusters. News of his death, as reported by his family on Twitter, resonated powerfully with fans, which resulted in an outpouring of emotion and inspired a number of tributes. In the wake of the announcement, the film Black Panther shot to the top of charts on Amazon and iTunes, while ABC aired the film on Sunday along with a tribute to Boseman anchored by Robin Roberts and TBS made space in its schedule to air the film twice. AMC theaters also decided to rerelease the Jackie Robinson biopic 42 in theaters, beginning this weekend, and after just one day, the tweet announcing his death became the most liked tweet ever. Boseman clearly had a massive impact on the world, and he will be sorely missed.

一款被玩家盖棺平庸的游戏,往往被认为抄袭某款手游,或者缝合了多种玩法,而被玩家和行业认定有高级感的爆款,往往致敬了某款主机、3A游戏。 (Photo by Courtesy New Line Cinema Warner Bros. Pictures)When Warner Brothers pushed the release date for Mortal Kombat back an extra week to give some room to its other pandemic water-tester, Godzilla vs. Kong, few people anticipated they were going to have their own one-on-one match for the top of the box office this weekend. All eyes were on the tournament of Outworld (that turned out to not even have a tournament), while Sony’s acquired Funimation line was about to sneak in and nearly knock-out the video game adaptation.King of the Crop: Mortal Kombat Finishes Demon Slayer, But What A Fight!Mortal Kombat and highly anticipated anime Demon Slayer Kimetsu no Yaiba- The Movie: Mugen Train fought for top spot this weekend, and they also duked it out for the claim of Second Best Opening since the pandemic – both opened ahead of Wonder Woman 1984’s .7 million Christmas weekend opening, but trailed Godzilla vs. Kong’s .6 million start. It was Mortal Kombat that would take both honors, with a .5 million haul, compared to Demon Slayer s .5 million.The 1995 Mortal Kombat film opened to .2 million on an August weekend just before kids started going back to school and finished with just over million. Given the recent diminishing returns on the hybrid HBO Max titles, it appears unlikely the 2021 version will reach that total. But even a low-ball figure between and million is further ahead than where Wonder Woman 1984 and Tom Jerry ultimately settled. A good sign, but perhaps not quite the evidence we were looking for that theatrical is making a significant comeback.Demon Slayer, on the other hand, is a triumph for Funimation. Its last theatrical release, Dragon Ball Super: Broly, opened to .8 million in January 2019 and went on to gross .7 million. Demon Slayer’s .8 million from Thursday night previews is also in line with pre-pandemic Thursday night totals for films such as Ready Player One (which grossed the same), and is actually stronger even such titles as Mad Max: Fury Road (.7 million) and the original Iron Man (.5 million).The 0 Million Watch: Godzilla vs. Kong Is Coming for the Milestone(Photo by © Warner Bros., Legendary Pictures)The industry has been watching closely to see if Godzilla vs. Kong is going to be the first film during the pandemic to reach the one-time lauded milestone of 0 million. After 10 days of release it had grossed million; the last film we saw do that was Disney’s Onward last March. By day 19 it had reached million; the last film to do that was Sonic the Hedgehog last February, which actually did that in its first week, but who’s counting? GvK coming in with million in its fourth weekend is closely aligned with the fourth weekend go-round for Tom Jerry (.8 million) and Raya and the Last Dragon (.76 million). Since that time, both of those films have made around an additional -11 million each. Godzilla vs. Kong currently sits at .5 million. Tom Jerry has made a little over million since it was taken off of HBO MAX on its 31st day. There are only five more days to catch GvK at home: After that, will it hold on long enough to cross the 0 million barrier? It is certainly going to be close and we’ll monitor it right here.On These Dates In Box Office History (Photo by Walt Disney Pictures)April 24: In 2011, the Easter hit, Hop, grossed .73 million on this, its 24th day of release to cross the 0 million mark.April 25: An even greater family-movie milestone was hit on this day in 2014 when Disney’s Frozen grossed ,742 to pass 0 million at the domestic box office. It was its 155th day of release. The sequel crossed that same milestone in just 35 days in 2019.What Should Have Been: A Different Day for Wright s Last NightInitially scheduled for September 25 last year, Edgar Wright’s Last Night In Soho was moved to this weekend; unfortunately, it was subsequently moved again to October 22 of this year. We were also expecting Martin Campbell’s The Asset, with Michael Keaton and Samuel L. Jackson, but that film was pushed off the schedule at the end of March and is still awaiting a new release date.On The Vine: Horror, Prestige, and An Old Friend(Photo by © Universal)April wraps up with a little horror, namely the ghost story, Separation, starring Rupert Friend and Brian Cox. Focus Features is releasing the acclaimed immigration drama, Limbo, which received multiple BAFTA nominations and is Fresh at 91% on the Tomatometer. Then, in lieu of his latest film which was once-scheduled to open this week, look out next week for a 10th-anniversary re-release of Edgar Wright’s Scott Pilgrim vs. the World.Full List of Box Office Results: April 23-25, 2021

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