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(Photo by MGM / Courtesy: Everett Collection)All Sylvester Stallone Movies RankedA little like Rocky, Sylvester Stallone seemed almost destined to fail in the film business. A bit part in Woody Allen s Bananas, resorting to shooting a softcore porn flick (The Party at Kitty and Stud s), and having to sell his dog at a 7-11 for was what Stallone s acting career was amounting in the 70s. Then his screenplay about an underdog Philly boxer met the right director, John G. Avildsen, and after that it was step-by-step all the way up to national phenomenon and Best Picture winner. And as for his dog? Stallone bought him back and he appears as Rocky s sidekick, Butkus.Since 1976, Stallone has built a fascinating body of work, fashioned from numerous creative starts and stops, of incredible highs and crashing lows. He turned Rocky into a sequel machine, becoming a punchline by the 90s (Rocky V), before multiple miracle turnarounds (Rocky Balboa, Creed) restored its former glory.Stallone s friendly (?) competition with Arnold Schwarzenegger gave him a taste of the 80s action world, compelling him to pump out flicks with the quickness: The likes of Nighthawks, Cobra, Over the Top, and Tango Cash give him enduring cult status, and mainstream derision. The 90s saw him at his funniest (Demolition Man) and most dramatic (Cop Land), but also brought bigger bouts of embarrassment (Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot).By the mid-2000s, Stallone was digging through his own legacy, and uncovering plenty of veins to tap. There was the Rocky Balboa restart, 80s throwback franchise Expendables, Schwarzenegger team-up Escape Plan, and duking it out with the Raging Bull himself, Robert De Niro, for Grudge Match.And the one we ve yet to mention: a certain John Rambo. 1982 s First Blood was a sensitive, terrifying indictment of Vietnam War veteran treatment. It s a subdued film, without much to suggest the blistering violent fantasies the series would morph into across First Blood Part II, Rambo III, then just Rambo, and finally into Rambo: Last Blood. And now we celebrate an entire movie-making career as we rank the all Sylvester Stallone movies by Tomatometer!
If 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 email@example.com.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.
SNUB: A Star Is Born (2018) 90% Shows Some Signs of Weakness(Photo by © Warner Bros. )Awards juggernaut A Star Is Born showed it was not as unstoppable as some might have thought. While it landed five nominations – one less than Vice, which earned the most of the morning, with six – they came mostly in absolute shoe-in categories, including for Best Actress and Actor in a Drama, Best Director, Best Film, and Best Original Song. The movie failed to fully flex its muscles, however, missing out on expected nominations for Best Screenplay, Best Score, and, as already noted, Best Supporting Actor for Sam Elliott.SNUB: Michelle Yeoh Misses out for Crazy Rich Asians (2018) 90%(Photo by © Sanja Bucko /© Warner Bros. Pictures)Crazy Rich Asians secured two nominations this morning, for Best Movie –Musical or Comedy and for star Constance Wu, but Michelle Yeoh, who plays the icy Eleanor Young in the smash rom-com, was shut out of the Best Supporting Actress category. Buzz had been building for her performance, and her Golden Globe chances, over the last few months, but we’re not giving up hope yet for her this awards season: Those who remember the film will know Eleanor may get left out in the rain at times, but she rarely stays there.SURPRISE: Lucas Hedges Scores a Best Actor – Drama Nomination for Boy Erased (2018) 80%(Photo by © Focus Features )Did anyone see this coming? We didn’t. But we’re not arguing with it: Hedges is excellent as the college student forced into conversion therapy by his parents in Joel Edgerton’s Boy Erased, and his nomination should direct some needed awards-season attention to the film, which failed to score nominations for Best Film – Drama, or for Nicole Kidman and Russell Crowe, who had chances in the supporting acting categories.SNUB: Mary Queen of Scots (2018) 62% Will Take No Crowns(Photo by © Focus Features)On paper, Mary Queen of Scots looked a sure bet to be a big awards-season player: Saoirse Ronan, Margot Robbie, lavish costumes, familial rivalry. And, in a rare and widely celebrated move, colorblind casting for a British period drama! The movie’s first real test came this morning and it didn’t quite make the grade, landing zero nominations. The biggest surprise was perhaps seeing Ronan and Robbie left out of the acting categories — especially Ronan, who many critics say carries the film as the titular monarch.TVSURPRISE: The Kominsky Method 93% Dominates(Photo by Mike Yarish/Netflix)Netflix just released its new series about Kominsky (Michael Douglas), a former star looking for a comeback, and his longtime agent (Alan Arkin) in November. The series is Certified Fresh with a relatively modest 78% on the Tomatometer, but scored three nominations: Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy; Douglas for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy; and Arkin for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television. Say what you may about the HFPA’s Golden Globes – the organization is fiercely loyal to big stars.SNUB: Issa Rae for Insecure 96%(Photo by HBO)Perhaps it is less surprising that Rae was excluded from the Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy category nominations than the fact that Candice Bergen was nominated for the critically panned Murphy Brown revival, which has a 43% Tomatometer score. Meanwhile, Insecure’s third season is Certified Fresh at 95%. We re calling it a snub.SURPRISE: Nearly Every Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama Nominee(Photo by Patrick Harbron/FX)We expected Matthew Rhys’ nomination – the final season of critical favorite The Americans was bound to get some love. But we did not anticipate the other nominees in the category for different reasons: Jason Bateman, Ozark (the buzz around the series has died down); Stephan James, Homecoming (a nice surprise to have young James in the mix given the veterans of the category – see “Snub: This Is Us”); Richard Madden, Bodyguard (perhaps should not have come as a surprise given that the HFPA famously rewards international stars); and Billy Porter, Pose (Porter certainly gave a standout performance in the series and it’s nice to see him recognized). Which leads us to our next point…SNUB: J.K. Simmons for Counterpart 100%(Photo by Starz)Simmons plays two roles in the Starz spy series: one as low-level bureaucrat Howard Silk who discovers the government agency he works for is a cover for a portal to an alternate universe and, two, his aggro alt-universe counterpart. The first season of the series, created by The Jungle Book screenwriter Justin Marks, was Certified Fresh at a rare 100% and season 2, premiering Sunday, currently also stands at 100%. Simmons was expected to make an appearance in the Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama category.SURPRISE: Kieran Culkin for Succession 93%(Photo by Ursula Coyote/HBO)That Culkin deserved the nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television is not in question – the actor has been widely hailed for his performance in the HBO drama about a Murdoch-like clan grappling for control of the family empire. That he would supplant the likes of Joseph Fiennes in awards favorite The Handmaid s Tale or Atlanta standout Brian Tyree Henry is the surprise here.SNUB: This Is Us 93%(Photo by NBC)Sterling K. Brown? Milo Ventimiglia? The two This Is Us stars are awards favorites and their exclusion from the Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama category is startling. Surely the series was worth a Best Television Series – Drama nomination? No? Shocking!SURPRISE: Connie Britton in Dirty John 80%(Photo by Bravo)The Bravo series, based on the real-life story of conman John Meehan (played by Eric Bana) and his mark (Britton as Debra Newell), has generated moderate buzz, but here at Rotten Tomatoes, a series that scores only 64% on the Tomatometer doesn’t immediately suggest award nods. Britton’s nomination in the Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television for the series comes as a surprise.SNUB: Ted Danson in The Good Place 97%(Photo by Colleen Hayes/NBC)Another in the 100% club, with two seasons Certified Fresh at 100%, the NBC series has dominated RT’s seasonal scorecards every season it has aired. And with Danson’s costar Kristen Bell nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy, his exclusion from the Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy category comes as a surprise.SURPRISE: The Alienist 77%(Photo by TNT)Again, a 65% Tomatometer score doesn’t suggest awards are forthcoming for a series, but the TNT crime drama based on Caleb Carr’s novels has surprised us all with Best Limited Series nomination and, for star Daniel Brühl, a Best Performance by an Actor in a Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television nomination. It was a series that built buzz as more episodes aired.SNUB: Atlanta 97% and GLOW 92%(Photo by Matthias Clamer/FX)Out with the old? Jim Carrey’s Showtime comedy Kidding and Netflix series The Kominsky Method got the nominations for Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy instead.Snubbish: Maniac 84%The Limited Series nominations left out hipster-fabulous Netflix series Maniac and its stars Jonah Hill and Emma Stone. After All. That. Hype.Film Snubs and Surprises | TV Snubs and Surprises
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亚博体彩手机客户端 BREAKING NEWS! Straight from the set of Series 12! Guess who’s back 🎬🎥😱 #DoctorWho pic.twitter.com/s7D1MSDDwX Doctor Who Official (@bbcdoctorwho) May 21, 2019The official Doctor Who Twitter account released the very first photo from the sci-fi series’ upcoming twelfth season, starring Jodie Whittaker as the titular time-traveling alien. The image reveals that the Time Lord will face-off with a Judoon, one of the rhinoceros-looking space police first seen by David Tennant’s Ninth Doctor.“The Judoon are storming back into Doctor Who in full force, and the streets of Gloucester aren’t safe. If anyone has anything to hide, confess now,” showrunner Chris Chibnall said in a statement to Entertainment Weekly. “The Judoon are taking no prisoners, and will stop at nothing to fulfil their mission! The whole team on Doctor Who are delighted and scared in equal measure to welcome them back: one of many treats we’ve got in store for viewers next series. And we’re over the moon (with Judoon), to be welcoming the wondrous Neil Stuke as guest star. We can’t wait to show you what happens when his path crosses with the Thirteenth Doctor.”All Rise for Judge Chrissy Teigen(Photo by Jason Mendez/Everett Collection)Social media superstar, supermodel, and TV host Chrissy Teigen is taking on a new role: judge. In her new series, Chrissy’s Court, she’ll preside over one small claims case per short-form episode on Quibi, the short-form streaming platform from DreamWorks Animation co-founder Jeffrey Katzenberg. That’s not all — Teigen’s mom, Pepper Thai, will serve as the bailiff in each case, which will feature real people and real disputes.“When Cellino Barnes broke up, I was devastated. I knew I had to take matters into my own hands. Here’s one jury duty you won’t want to miss,” Teigen said in a statement announcing the news. The series’ premiere date is still TBD.The L Word Sequel Gets a NameThe upcoming sequel series to Showtime’s drama The L Word has an official title: it’ll be called The L Word: Generation Q. Original series stars Jennifer Beals, Katherine Moennig, and Leisha Hailey are all returning, as is original creator Ilene Chaiken, who will be an executive producer. The new showrunner is Marja-Lewis Ryan (Netflix’s 6 Balloons), and the series will begin production in Los Angeles this summer.“Beals, Moennig and Hailey will resume their original roles alongside a new generation of diverse, self-possessed LGBTQIA characters experiencing love, heartbreak, sex, setbacks and success in L.A.,” according to the new series’ official description. The L Word: Generation Q will premiere on Showtime in Fall 2019, more than 10 years after the original series last aired.Casting News: Joshua Jackson Stages Cruel Intentions Reunion on Hulu(Photo by Paul Sarkis/Showtime)Joshua Jackson is reuniting with his Cruel Intentions costar Reese Witherspoon in Hulu’s upcoming adaptation of Little Fires Everywhere, the eight-episode limited series based on Celeste Ng’s 2017 bestseller. Jackson (pictured, center) will play Bill Richardson, a well-to-do attorney who hails from modest means who is the “perfectly suited counterweight to his energetic and strong-willed wife, Elena,” played by Witherspoon. “When Bill agrees to represent their friends in a fiery custody battle, the couple begin to fight about more than just their challenging youngest daughter, Izzy.”Witherspoon is executive producing the series alongside costar Kerry Washington and showrunner Liz Tigelaar. Rosemarie DeWitt, Jade Pettyjohn, Jordan Elsass, Gavin Lewis, Megan Stott, and Lexi Underwood also star.In more casting news, Holly Hunter has signed on to play a media conglomerate CEO in the upcoming second season of HBO’s Succession.Anna Kendrick has signed on for a new anthology series called Love Life set to debut on the upcoming WarnerMedia streaming service. The first season of the 10-episode half-hour series, executive produced by Kendrick and her A Simple Favor director Paul Feig, will star Kendrick as a woman looking for love. Each season of the rom-com, which was created by Sam Boyd, will follow a different protagonist’s quest for love, according to Variety.Finally, NCIS star Cote de Pablo — whose exit in the series’ 11th season has been lamented by fans for years — returned to the series in a surprise season 16 finale cameo. Following the episode, creators Frank Cardea and Steven D. Binder said in a statement to TVLine that their leading lady will return in the upcoming 17th season premiere.“This surprise moment is just the beginning,” Cardea and Binder said in the statement. “We are thrilled to share that Cote de Pablo will guest star in the NCIS Season 17 premiere this fall, as Ziva’s warning to Gibbs unfolds.”Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
The Suicide Squad is “insane.” That’s the most common word critics are using to describe the latest DC movie. The first reactions arrived on social media this week, and the over-the-top violence and comedy are the unanimous highlights of the supervillain team-up. Guardians of the Galaxy helmer James Gunn is said to be the perfect director of the material, bringing the best of both his Marvel and his Troma aesthetics together. That means a fun ensemble and hard-R gore. If you think you know what to expect after the last Suicide Squad film, you’re wrong.Here’s what critics are saying about The Suicide Squad:How hyped should we be for this movie?The Suicide Squad is TOTALLY INSANE and insanely cool. Sean O Connell, CinemaBlendThe Suicide Squad is absolutely insane. Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comThe Suicide Squad is gloriously insane and so, so fun… after watching it, you’ll think you might have dreamed it. Drew Taylor, ColliderEasily the most fun I ve had with any studio release this summer season. Mario Allegre, Próxima TandaIt is balls to the wall *bonkers* in very entertaining ways. Kara Warner, People MagazineThe Suicide Squad is fantastic! A no holds barred, superhero/comics bonanza. Fico Cangiano, CineXpressThe Suicide Squad is an epic all out war movie that demands to be seen on the big screen. Dorian Parks, Geeks of ColorAbsolutely loved The Suicide Squad… Just a great movie. Steve Weintraub, ColliderThe Suicide Squad is all kinds of kick-ass… Get excited! Eric Eisenberg, CinemaBlend(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures/™ & © DC Comics)So it s full of surprises?Unpredictable in story, unique in style and full of risks. Fico Cangiano, CineXpressIt’s ballsy, unpredictable. Sean O Connell, CinemaBlendAn unpredictable blockbuster. Ian Sandwell, Digital SpySurprising in all the right ways. Vanessa Armstrong, SlashfilmExcellent twists and turns. Eric Eisenberg, Cinema BlendTons of surprises and things I wasn’t expecting. Steve Weintraub, ColliderThere’s nothing like it. Damn! Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comWill DC fans love it?This is the Suicide Squad we’ve been waiting for! Jimmy O, JoBlo s Movie NetworkThis is the best use of DC villains. Mind you, there aren’t a lot of predecessors. But THIS is what a Suicide Squad needs to be. Sean O Connell, CinemaBlendDC has another winner on its hands. Dorian Parks, Geeks of ColorWhat if we re not hardcore DC fans?Any doubts you might have over The Suicide Squad will vanish after the outrageous opening. Ian Sandwell, Digital SpySo this skeptic loved The Suicide Squad. Kara Warner, People MagazineEnjoyable for everyone — hardcore DC comics fans and newbies alike. Go see this movie. Vanessa Armstrong, Slashfilm(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures/™ & © DC Comics)How is the mix of comedy and action?Extremely funny. Steve Weintraub, ColliderWeird and wonderful! There are laughs aplenty. Jimmy O, JoBlo s Movie NetworkBig laughs, bigger action. Dorian Parks, Geeks of ColorAction and comedy to its fullest form. Wilson Morales, BlackFilmandTV.comHilarious. [The] action set pieces are insane. Fico Cangiano, CineXpressThe Suicide Squad is as funny, irreverent and violent as promised. Germain Lussier, io9.comHow violent is it?DC s goriest film to date. Wilson Morales, BlackFilmandTV.comThe film is the bloodiest DCEU film yet. John Nguyen, Nerd ReactorViolent as hell, raunchy, unforgiving. Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comThe Suicide Squad brings equal measures of gore and F-bombs, all in the name of dumb juvenile entertainment. Mario Allegre, Próxima TandaThe movie is super violent… a huge home fun for James Gunn. Steve Weintraub, ColliderThe Suicide Squad is probably the wildest, wackiest, bloodiest comic book movie I ve ever seen… not for the squeamish… I can see some thinking a scene may feel a little unnecessarily gross. But the film knows what it is. Feel like people have wanted a hard R and that s what you get. Kirsten Acuna, InsiderIf you re wondering whether James Gunn… would truly go there with the material and the R-rating, indeed they DO. Kara Warner, People Magazine(Photo by Jessica Miglio/™ & © DC Comics)So DC and James Gunn are a good fit?James Gunn definitely gives as much as he can for an R rati 荣耀之巅传奇超级经典的传奇手游，完美复刻端游画面，极为高清的画质，免费下载，最新版本传奇玩法，自由的提升自己的技能属性，荣耀之巅传奇全新挂机玩法，福利多多，还能自由的加入不同的公会，喜欢的朋友不要错过哦！
亚博体彩手机客户端 Star Trek offered a first look at season 4 of its Original Series prequel, Discovery, at New York Comic Con. The event took place over four days, October 7-10, and also featured a panel for The Expanse, which announced its season 6 premiere date, and trailers debuted for Outlander, Hanna, Blade Runner: Black Lotus, and more. Plus, The Wheel of Time dropped a NYCC exclusive scene, and USA s Chucky series premiered to a few Fresh reviews.TOP STORYStar Trek: Discovery Makes History with Season 4 It’s official: Michael Burnham, as played by Sonequa Martin-Green, helped ring in season 4 of Star Trek: Discovery at Saturday’s New York Comic Con panel as the first Black woman to captain a ship on a live-action Star Trek series.“Everything has led to this moment,” Martin-Green told the audience. Joined onstage by much of the Discovery cast, plus executive producer and writer Michelle Paradise, Martin-Green added, “Everything has led to sitting down in that chair and assuming that role. Of course I know what it means to me, for all the obvious reasons historically speaking and culturally speaking.”As the season 4 trailer indicates, there’s a lot of galaxy-saving action in store for Burnham and her crew. David Cronenberg is slated to return to the series as Kovich, for one, but the central threat that drives much of the season’s action is a gravitational anomaly that puts billions of lives at risk.(Photo by Michael Gibson ©Paramount+ 2021, All Rights Reserved.)“I don’t think any of us expected to have a threat this big so soon after jumping to this future,” Martin-Green said . “That was huge, and then I know, at least for Burnham, it’s a lot. Here we are again with a threat of great, great magnitude.”Wilson Cruz added of what’s to come: “We’re gonna be OK, but we have to first admit that we’re not so that we can get to the solution. So many of these characters in our cast and in our story are still being formed, they’re still learning who they are, what their strengths are, what their part is to play on this ship. And part of their growth comes through how they deal with the trauma they’ve experienced singularly and collectively.”It’s not lost on the creatives, either, that season 4 is dropping in a particularly tumultuous time. We saw echoes of real-world divisions baked into season 3, and Paradise assured that similar stakes would exist in these new episodes.“One of the things that we do, and it’s baked into the DNA of‘ Star Trek, is that Star Trek looks at everything in the world around us, and we look at ways via the show, via science fiction to reflect those things thematically,” she said. “We were looking at, when we came into the season, what is happening in the world around us? What are all of us collectively dealing with? Uncertainty is one of the big things for us thematically. Because that was happening very much in the world around us for everyone here, we’re still kind of in that. And so looking at: What does that mean for each of our characters individually? What does that mean for their relationships with one another? What does it mean for the Federation, and for non-Federation planets? What does it mean as a whole?”The Expanse To Wrap Its Final Season in Just Six EpisodesAdapting a series as densely packed with geopolitical action and rich, beloved characters as The Expanse was never going to be an easy feat. And sure, they’ve hit some snags along the way (namely a cancellation from Syfy before a pickup on Amazon Prime Video), but its creators over the years have more than done the material justice. Sadly, it’s now scheduled to come to an end December 10 with its sixth and final season, and it’s to be wrapped up in just six episodes. That’s a full novel and novella adaptation in nearly half the episodes other seasons have allotted. So should we be worried?“Six episodes to do this much material is difficult,” showrunner Naren Shankar admitted on his NYCC panel with the cast on Friday. But there were also some positives. “Every episode feels as intense as it could possibly be. You never feel like you’re letting your foot off the gas pedal. By the time you get to the end, it feels cathartic.”The book series’ co-author and series writer Ty Franck added: “We had to write every script so there was no fat in it. There was no extra. We had to tell the story we were here to tell.”(Photo by Shane Mahood/Amazon Studios)At a more intimate panel with co-star Wes Chatham on Saturday, Steven Strait shared that the streamlined final season also makes each dramatic beat even more calculated and effective. You need an end point that s very specific, Strait said. You have to be aiming for something very, very specific to get there. So, every beat is justified.”“Season 6 is basically a love letter to all of you [fans] because it’s the biggest and best thing that we have done to this point,” Chatham added. “We are so excited to be able to share it with you guys and cap off the relationship that we’ve had together. NYCC Trailers: Outlander Announces Season 6 To Premiere in Early 2022Scheduled to premiere on Starz in early 2022, Outlander debuted its first teaser trailer for season 6. Based on Diana Gabaldon’s A Breath of Snow and Ashes, the season is centered around the impending Revolutionary War.More trailers, teasers, and clips from NYCC:● In The Wheel of Time clip, we got a first look at Rosamund Pike’s entrance in The Wheel of Time, coming to Amazon Prime Video Nov. 18.● Psych 3: This Is Gus premiered its trailer and announced its debut: Nov. 18 on Peacock.● Hanna season 3 trailer announced the series Nov. 24 premiere on Amazon Prime Video.● The Blade Runner: Black Lotus premiere date wait is over. Mark your calendars for Nov. 13 to see the Adult Swim series.● Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero is already heating up 2022.More NYCC 2021 News: The Buzz Around Ghostbusters: Afterlife Gets RealIt’s always risky to revisit a classic on the big screen — especially when said classic starred screen legends Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis, Ernie Hudson, Sigourney Weaver, and Rick Moranis and went on to create a horror-comedy-action genre all its own. So a lot of eyes are on the upcoming Ghostbusters: Afterlife reboot when it hits screens next month. Fortunately, the NYCC crowd was surprised by stars Carrie Coon, Finn Wolfhard, Mckenna Grace, Logan Kim, Celeste O’Connor, and filmmaker Jason Reitman on Friday with a screening of the complete film. The early consensus? It’s a laugh-out-loud adventure and worthy successor to the originals and features a standout performance from Paul Rudd and its young star, Grace.