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在《黑暗与光明手游》里,不像传统的MMO游戏一样存在职业划分,游戏里玩家可以自由选择职业,比方说成为驯兽师、建造师、战斗达人等等,而且在战斗方面,拿起什么武器就是什么样的职业,只要玩家技术够好,完全能够成为全能的战士。这些独特的玩法体现了《黑暗与光明手游》的高自由度,也让游戏的可玩性更高。亚博游戏网址NYC Epicenters: Season 1 (2021) 8 p.m., HBO This four-part documentary essay produced and directed by acclaimed director Spike Lee is a rich tapestry of New York City in the 21st century, weaving together the stories, memories and insights of those who were eyewitnesses to New York’s greatest challenges.Sunday, Aug. 29 NYC Epicenters: Season 1 (2021) 8 p.m., HBO 9/11: One Day in America: Season 1 (2021)  9 p.m., National Geographic Channel This immersive docuseries told in first-person narrative chronicles, at times minute-by-minute, the events of that day from the perspectives of first responders and survivors who were there.Monday, Aug. 30 9/11: One Day in America: Season 1 (2021)  9 p.m., National Geographic Channel Tuesday, Aug. 31 9/11: One Day in America: Season 1 (2021)  9 p.m., National Geographic Channel Wednesday, Sept. 19/11: Inside the President s War Room, Apple TV+ 9/11: One Day in America: Season 1 (2021)  9 p.m., National Geographic Channel Sunday, Sept. 5 NYC Epicenters: Season 1 (2021) 8 p.m., HBO Tuesday, Sept. 7Rebuilding Hope: The Children of 9/11, Discovery+Frontline: America After 9/11, 9 p.m., PBSWednesday, Sept. 8Vice Versa: Too Soon: Comedy After 9/11, 9 p.m., VICE TVMemory Box: Echoes of 9/11, 10 p.m., MSNBC (Followed by Memory Box: The Conversation)Thursday, Sept. 9No Responders Left Behind, Discovery+Friday, Sept. 10 Come From Away (2021) Apple TV+ When 7,000 people are stranded in the small town of Gander, Newfoundland after all flights into the US are grounded on September 11, 2001, the people of Newfoundland graciously welcome the “come from aways” into their community in the aftermath. The passengers and locals alike process what’s happened while finding love, laughter, and new hope in the unlikely and lasting bonds that they forge. Note, this is a filmed staging of the Tony-winning musical.9/11: The Legacy, 7 p.m., History ChannelThe Race Against Time: The CIA and 9/11, 8 p.m., CBSRise And Fall: The World Trade Center, 8 p.m., History ChannelSaturday, Sept. 11 NYC Epicenters: Season 1 (2021)  10 p.m., HBO 9/11: Four Flights, 8 p.m., History Channel9/11: I Was There, 10 p.m., History ChannelOn an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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HER NOLAN, AND THE WITCHES REMAKE(Photo by Melinda Sue Gordon/Paramount Pictures)For obvious calendar-related reasons, January is often a time when we see a lot of big future release dates. Although we know nothing else about it, the biggest reveal of this batch is the next film from director Christopher Nolan: IMAX on July 17, 2020, up against the Bob s Burgers movie and The Spongebob Movie: It s a Wonderful Sponge. A week earlier, on July 10, 2020, we ll get Ghostbusters 3, the direct sequel to the first two films, rumored to feature new teenage Ghostbusters. Later that month, on July 31, 2020, Sony has scheduled the Marvel s Morbius, the vampire antihero movie starring Jared Leto and Doctor Who star Matt Smith. Earlier in that year, May 8 will be the new release date for Greyhound, a World War II naval drama starring Tom Hanks, a date also claimed by Reese Witherspoon s Legally Blonde 3. January 3, 2020 will be the new release date for the reboot of The Grudge (which had previously been scheduled for this summer). Later in 2020, we ll also have the remake of The Witches (10/16/2020), starring Anne Hathaway in the role originally played by Anjelica Huston. 4. ZENDAYA AND OSCAR ISAAC ARE THE LATEST STARS JOINING THE DUNE REBOOT(Photo by Lev Radin/Everett Collection)Frank Herbert s classic science fiction novel Dune features a massive ensemble cast of characters, and so we re in the midst of what will be several weeks of role announcements. To date, we ve already heard about Timothée Chalamet in the lead role as Paul Atreides, as well as Rebecca Ferguson (as Lady Jessica), Charlotte Rampling (as Reverend Mother Mohiam), Stellan Skarsgård (as Baron Harkonnen), and Dave Bautista (as The Beast Rabban). This week, we can now add to the mix Spider-Man: Homecoming costar Zendaya, who is in early talks to play Chalamet s romantic interest, Chani. Oscar Isaac, who is coming off playing Poe Dameron in Star Wars: The Force Awaken, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and this December s Star Wars Episode IX, is in talks to play Duke Leto Atreides.  5. THREE RECENT ACADEMY AWARD WINNERS JOIN THE HEART (Photo by Fox Searchlight courtesy Everett Collection)In addition to playing Dean Pelton on Community, Jim Rash is also a writer and director who with his partner Nat Faxon has previously worked on The Descendants and The Way Way Back. For their next film, The Heart, Rash and Faxon are arguably stacking the deck by recruiting three recent Academy Award winners: Allison Janney, who won a Supporting Actress Oscar last year for I, Tonya; Octavia Spencer, who won in that category for 2012 s The Help; and Sam Rockwell also won last year for Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. Rockwell and Spencer will play people desperate for cash who agree to courier a black market human heart in what they soon discover is a very dangerous job. Janney plays Spencer s antagonist ex-boss. In related news, there are also now rumors that Janney and Rockwell may not be asked to present Academy Awards this year, as is often the tradition in the acting categories.6. THIS WEEK IN ZOMBIELAND: ROSARIO DAWSON JOINS SEQUEL, WOODY GOES FRUIT LOOPS (Photo by Glen Wilson/Columbia courtesy Everett Collection)Everything was awesome for Sony Pictures in 2018, and the studio is keeping this swinging with the Zombieland: Double Tap (10/11/2019) poster reveal, presented as a play on the social media 10 year challenge. That poster also showed off that all four Zombieland stars (Emma Stone, Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, and Abigail Breslin) are returning. We also learned this week that they will be joined by Rosario Dawson. Harrelson also made a new deal recently to star in the Fox 2000 drama Fruit Loops, which is described as a psychiatric hospital drama in the style of One Flew Over the Cuckoo s Nest. Fruit Loops will be directed by Ted Melfi (Hidden Figures, St. Vincent), who also this week set up a new sci-fi project called Harry s All Night Hamburgers. 7. THE INVISIBLE MAN REBOOT IS HAPPENING AFTER ALL, BUT JOHNNY DEPP S DISAPPEAREDIn the months and weeks leading up to the 2017 release of The Mummy, Universal Pictures did a lot of press about how that reboot was going to lead to the Dark Universe cinematic universe, featuring classic Universal Monsters like Bride of Frankenstein and The Wolfman. The box office disappointment of The Mummy quickly led to the Dark Universe plans being dismantled, but we learned this week that some Universal Monsters will still get their reboot movies after all. In the Dark Universe plan, Johnny Depp was to have played The Invisible Man, but that movie is now moving forward without Depp. Instead, The Invisible Man is now being rebooted by Upgrade director Leigh Whannell at Blumhouse. The shift to Blumhouse for The Invisible Man (and possibly other Universal Monsters) is being perceived as a smart move, considering how Blumhouse has been able to deliver successful franchises like Insidious, Ouija, Paranormal Activity, and The Purge. 8. CAPTAIN MARVEL STAR BRIE LARSON STARTING A LADY BUSINESS AT NETFLIX(Photo by Claire Folger/Paramount Pictures)Just as Captain Marvel prepares to release March 8, Brie Larson is setting up at least one new project at Netflix, which is also where her directorial debut called Unicorn Store (debuting April 5) landed. Larson will star in and direct Lady Business, based upon the true stories of Witchsy founders Kate Dwyer and Penelope Gazin. Lady Business will tell the story of two female entrepreneurs who invent a third male company founder in order to be taken seriously in the business world.  Rotten Idea1. PIKA-TWO: POKÉMON DETECTIVE PIKACHU ALREADY GETTING SEQUEL?(Photo by Warner Bros.)The videogame adaptation Pokémon Detective Pikachu (5/10/2019) is still over three months away, so we have no idea if it s going to be the big movie that breaks the Rotten curse of video game movies. After 25 years and nearly 50 Rotten video game movies, it s probably safe to be skeptical about all upcoming releases. This week, Warner Bros. revealed that they re already starting development on a Detective Pikachu sequel. The studio is doing that by hiring screenwriter Oren Uziel (The Cloverfield Paradox, co-writer of 22 Jump Street) to work on it. Other upcoming films Uziel has worked on include Sonic the Hedgehog (11/8/2019), Supergirl, and the Mortal Kombat reboot.

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Another Sundance Film Festival is done and dusted and it s been unlike any other previous year. With several high dollar acquisitions – Amazon alone spent nearly million on new titles – much of what we saw in Utah will make its way to theaters this year. If you have been following along with our Sundance Scorecard, which shows Tomatometer scores for any Sundance title that got one after 5 reviews, you ll notice critics were loving Shia LaBeouf’s Honey Boy, Jennifer Kent’s Babadook follow-up The Nightingale, Lulu Wang’s Awkwafina-led dramedy The Farewell, and Mindy Kaling s Late Night. Only four of the 2018 Sundance films made it to the Oscars this year, but chances are we will be talking about at least one of the actors from the 2019 slate come awards time next year. And if the Academy doesn’t nominate one of our favorites? We might still be talking about it anyway (*cough* Toni Collette was robbed).Park City is the place for established stars to break from their typecast molds and give us something completely new. Pete Davidson, Armie Hammer, Awkwafina, and Octavia Spencer shook things up at this year s festival, while veterans like Emma Thompson reminded us of why we love them. These are our favorite performances from Sundance 2019.Awkwafina, Aoi Mizuhara, Diana Lin, Shuzhen Zhou in The Farewell (2019) 97%(Photo by Courtesy the Sundance Institute)In The Farewell, Awkwafina takes her first dramatic turn and although the Crazy Rich Asians star feared she wouldn t be able cry on cue, her muted performance repeatedly brought us to tears. The premise – a family organizes a fake wedding to gather everyone together following the grandmother’s terminal diagnosis (which she does not know about) – is tailor made for tearjerking dramedy, and Lulu Wang’s feature debut had critics laughing through their sobs. Awkwafina plays the ‘straight man,’ while the rest of the cast provides the laughs: Mizuhara as an trepidatious Japanese bride, Lin as a stern Chinese-American mother, and Zhou as the energetic grandmother oblivious to her family s trickery. We enjoyed the men of The Farewell, too, but the women – especially Zhou – give the film its humor and heart.Octavia Spencer in Luce (2019) 90%(Photo by JA/Everett Collection)In Luce, a former African child soldier turned model U.S. student is cast in an entirely new light when he submits a disturbing essay for a school project and his teacher, played by Spencer, deputizes herself as the one to discover the truth – by any means necessary. Spencer manifests the weight of cultural expectations in the role of her career. The taut physiological drama, adapted from J.C. Lee s play, places the weight of African-American ascension upon the shoulders of our eponymous lead and as the woman who chooses to spar with him, Spencer is defiant and vulnerable. She shares scenes with Kelvin Harrison Jr. (as Luce) involving thought-provocative dialogue that pose complex questions about race and expectations, and offers few simplistic answers. Is Spencer s Miss Wilson a dedicated teacher raising valid concerns after troubling warning signs? Or is she an overbearing self-appointed investigator desperately trying to find evidence to support her pre-determinations? We left Luce unable to say one way or the other, but convinced this was an exceptional addition to an already impressive career for Spencer.Geraldine Viswanathan in Hala (2019) 86%(Photo by Courtesy of Sundance Institute | photo by Parrish Lewis)After the Blockers premiere in April 18 at SXSW we expected great things from Geraldine Viswanathan. The hands-down standout from the teen sex comedy, Viswanathan headed to Park City in the title role of Minhal Baig’s debut film Hala, the intimate story of a teenage girl who is struggling to find balance as a Pakistani teen living in America raised in a strict Muslim household. Viswanathan once again shows her comedic chops as the sarcastic first-generation immigrant, but also thrives when placed squarely against her competing ideologies. In the seams of both is where her character eventually finds herself. The film s portrayal of a teen struggling with her disapproving mother, played against an exploration of sex, art, and religion, is not exactly groundbreaking, but it is refreshing to see it from a Muslim teenager s perspective. Viswanathan s acting and Baig s semi-autobiographical script give life and authenticity to a character we don’t often see represented on screen.Lupita Nyong’o in Little Monsters (2019) 79%(Photo by Courtesy of Sundance Institute | photo by Ben King)Between this and Us, Lupita Nyong’o is going all in for horror in 2019. In Little Monsters, she plays a school teacher at an Australian elementary school who is on a field trip when a military accident unleashes a horde of zombies; she and the slacker uncle of one of her students are the only adults who can protect the kids against the brain-eaters. Trapped in a farm-themed amusement park with a wannabe musician and a degenerate children’s television host (Josh Gad), Nyong’o is the emotional anchor and heart of the film. This Aussie Shaun of the Dead fashions Nyong o as a mix of that film s Shaun and Walking Dead favorite Michonne’s badassness, and the Black Panther actress shows off some spectacular zombie-slaying and ukulele-playing skills: trust us when we say “Shake It Off” will never sound the same again.Jillian Bell and Utkarsh Ambudkar Brittany Runs a Marathon (2019) 88%(Photo by Courtesy of Sundance Institute | photo by Jon Pack)Brittany ran the marathon, but Jillian Bell stole the show. Ever since the first season of Workaholics, we have been cracking up from the comedienne’s antics and broad humor. Bell gives a star-making performance as Brittany, an overweight twentysomething who gets a wake-up call when a bogus doctor’s visit to score Adderall results in warnings about her health and wellbeing. With every mile she runs in preparation for the New York Marathon, we watch Britanny make herself over, and by the end, all of us are ready to cheer her to the finish line. While training for the marathon, she meets Jern, played by Utkarsh Ambudkar, and while we don’t want to give too much away, the verbal sparring between these two provides some of the biggest laughs in the film. Not saying that everyone will run a marathon after watching it, but plenty will want to give it a try.Noah Jupe in Honey Boy (2019) 94%(Photo by Courtesy of Sundance Institute | photo by Natasha Braier)Noah Jupe has quietly become one of the most acclaimed child actors in Hollywood. At only 13, he has starred in two bona fide hits (A Quiet Place and Wonder) and racked up stellar reviews for his work. Honey Boy is about to take him to the next level. Shia LaBeouf’s semi-autobiographical retelling of his tumultuous childhood has the young Brit playing LaBeouf in his formative years, while Boy Erased actor Lucas Hedges plays the adult version in Alma Har el s first narrative feature. Hedges provides the contemporary context, but much of the narrative rests entirely on Jupe’s teenaged shoulders – and he goes toe-to-toe with LaBeouf, who plays a version of his own father. More than a vanity project, Honey Boy is a smart and candid depiction of a former child star’s bad behavior and damaged childhood with an incredibly gifted young performer at its center.Emma Thompson in Late Night (2019) 79%(Photo by Courtesy of Sundance Institute | photo by Emily Aragones)Dame Emma Thompson as a highbrow late-night talk show host is the kind of genius casting that you didn’t know you needed in your life. Screenwriter and co-star Mindy Kaling said that she wrote Thompson’s part as a piece of fan fiction, and the result is a Dame Emma fangirl’s dream come true. Witty, sarcastic, brilliant – the British thespian here is part Miranda Priestly from The Devil Wears Prada, part David Letterman. Kaling plays the wide-eyed new writer who desperately wants to win her boss’s affection, and Thompson s constant dismissal of her eternal cheerfulness is side-splittingly funny. More than just an ‘Iron Lady,’ Thompson also shows signs of tenderness behind the derision in this uncynical crowdpleaser. Sold to Amazon for a whopping million, Late Night looks to run The Big Sick’s playbook to similar box office success and maybe some award buzz for our Dame.Pete Davidson in Big Time Adolescence (2019) 85%(Photo by Courtesy of Sundance Institute )It’s fair to say going into Sundance that we did not think that SNL s Pete Davidson would make this list. But in Big Time Adolescence, Davidson plays the worst version of his assumed identity and shows real range. Another tale of arrested development, Big Time Adolescence is about a drug-addled man child – Davidson s Zeke – who befriends the only person who still thinks he’s cool, his ex-girlfriend’s teenage brother. Picture James Franco’s Daniel from Freaks and Geeks with tattoos, dyed blonde hair, and less charm. The predictable antics ensue, and his young protégé Mo (Griffin Glick) begins to see the cracks in the bravado and realizes that Zeke’s laid-back persona is just a mask for his perpetual f up status. Davidson is a brilliant comedic actor, and his timing is never off beat in the kind of role that Saturday Night Live players have often used to catapult to superstardom. Charismatic, hilarious, and at times painful to watch, the actor shows what he is capable of doing and we re intrigued to see what he does next.Armie Hammer in Wounds (2019) 47%Of all the big departure performances at this year’s festival, Armie Hammer’s turn in Wounds was the most dramatic. In Babak Anvari’s follow-up to Under the Shadow, Hammer plays Will, an apathetic alcoholic bartender who picks up a lost cellphone, unlocks it, and gets his life changed forever. In really gnarly ways. Light years away from anything else he’s done, Hammer is a hulking, sweaty, paranoid mess in this genuinely terrifying horror thriller. At 69% on the Tomatometer, reactions to the film have been mixed overall, but praise for Hammer has been universal. His first dip into horror sees the Call Me By Your Name star creeping everyone out and ditching his dreamboat persona for cockroaches and gore.

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Jordan Peele s feverishly anticipated follow-up to Get Out, the doppelgänger home invasion horror flick Us, premiered Friday night at South By Southwest in Austin and at a series of simultaneous #UsFirst screenings across the country. If the reaction at SXSW was anything to go by – RT was in the Paramount Theatre in Austin for the premiere – then genre fans are going to eat it up. There were big screams, big laughs, and more than one fist-pump. Star Lupita Nyong o and Peele earned the night s biggest cheers when they showed up on stage with the rest of the cast for a post-screening Q A during which the writer-director described the movie as a horror film for our time that ponders whether maybe the evil is us. It played well in the room, but what did the critics think? Here s what they re saying in the first reviews for Jordan Peele s Us:Let s get to the elephant in the room: How does it compare to Get Out?How could Jordan Peele possibly make a film that measures up to Get Out? That’s the brilliance—and maybe also the disappointment—of Us: he doesn’t even try to… the film, which debuted at SXSW to a crowd that was living for every second, succeeds because of the almost Spielbergian glee it takes in being a traditional, jump-scare, laugh-out-loud, horror movie. It’s the ways in which it’s not “The Next Get Out” that make Us so remarkable.  Kevin Fallon, Daily BeastAn Oscar win and a boatload of cash later, it’s become a beloved part of our culture, held in the same esteem two years after its premiere by genre heads and the general movie-going public. So if that’s the case, and I think Us is about as good, if not better, does it deserve that highly-coveted label? Yeah, I think so.  Nick Johnston, VanyalandUs (Grade: B), his much-hyped follow-up, isn’t nearly so tidy [as Get Out]. Like many sophomore efforts, it’s ambitious and unwieldy, leaping furiously from one idea to the next without adequately exploring any of them  Randall Colburn, A.V. Club while I have been comparing Us to Get Out for ease of use, the two are really incomparable. Instead, Us stands on its own as a terrifying, provocative, and audacious statement on privilege, race, and poverty — and establishes Peele as a horror auteur. Robert Daniels, 812filmreviews(Photo by @ Universal)So he has mostly avoided the sophomore slump ?Peele has grown as a director, which is shocking to say: Every aspect of the film feels heightened from Get Out: The sound design, so essential to that film, is on a whole other level; the cinematography (handsomely shot by Mike Gioulakis, who lensed Glass and It Follows) is captivating, the scares deeper, the laughs better.  Nick Johnston, Vanyaland there is no denying that Peele has avoided the dreaded “sophomore slump” and he has officially cemented himself as one of the most important horror directors of this generation.  Jonathan Barkan, Dread CentralHis sophomore effort, Us, proves that surprise hit wasn’t a fluke. Peele’s second outing as writer-director confronts the ridiculously high expectations of its predecessor by pivoting to a broader canvas of ideas about the nation’s fractured identity. In the process, it gives audiences exactly what they want by delivering what they least expect. Eric Kohn, IndieWireMonstrous beings wearing red jumpsuits and a single fingerless glove, carrying giant gold scissors while howling wordlessly to their partners lurking in the shadows — that s an image that will provoke nightmares, even before we can explore where its components come from. John DeFore, Hollywood Reporter(Photo by Gary Miller/FilmMagic)So, Jordan Peele is the next John Carpenter?Is it fair to say that Jordan Peele is this generation s John Carpenter? With his sly grasp of the intersection of popcorn thrills and political allegory, it s a reasonable comparison. After he provided an Oscar-worthy analysis of race relations in Get Out, now America s id is probed in Us. Richard Whittaker, Austin ChronicleWhat Jordan Peele did with Us solidly establishes him as master of suspense and horror.  Ashley Menzel, We Live EntertainmentPeele is well on his way to joining the all-timer horror pantheon alongside names like Romero, Craven, and Carpenter.  Nick Johnston, VanyalandUs is relentless in, and Peele tickled by, the use of horror tropes to rattle the cage of expectation. Matt Patches, PolygonHow is Lupita Nyong o in the lead role?Lupita Nyong’o delivers one of the strongest performances of her career in this film. Her eerie doppelgänger speaks only as loud as a whisper and her words are delivered with a disjointed cadence. It’s unlike anything I’ve seen in a while and is quite memorable.  Jamie Broadnax, Black Girl NerdsIt is Nyong o, however, who bears most of the story s emotional burden, and she does so with astonishing versatility and force, employing what must be every single bone and muscle in her body.  Angie Han, MashableI would be completely remiss to not highlight the work of Lupita Nyong’o, who not only steals the show but has offered a performance that will reign as one of the very best that the horror genre has to offer.  Jonathan Barkan, Dread CentralNyong’o continues to showcase her talents both dramatically and physically. Her tethered version is something else entirely. It is easily the creepiest thing I’ve seen in a while… Between this role and her role in Little Monsters, this year is certainly a fantastic and very different year for Lupita. Ashley Menzel, We Live EntertainmentSeriously, if you thought Toni Collette was good in Hereditary, see this. It’s on par, or dare I say it, better than that performance.  Nick Johnston, VanyalandNyong’o gives a masterclass in acting in dual roles and is almost unrecognizable as her doppelgänger persona At times, I had to remind myself that this was the same woman; that’s just how good she is. Yolanda Machado, The WrapWhat about the other actors?Duke (previously the fearsome clan leader M Baku in Black Panther) has been a surprisingly winning source of comic relief, stealing scenes as most dads only wish they could.  John DeFore, Hollywood ReporterWho most surprised me in the film was actually Winston Duke. He became a household name after his performance in Black Panther last year, but this role totally shocked me. As Gabe, he is the perfect embodiment of the typical dad. He’s got the odd sense of humor and the delivery of the corny dad jokes and one-liners down perfectly.  Ashley Menzel, We Live EntertainmentYoung [Shahadi Wright] Joseph meanwhile, plays two extremes of a teenager: one slightly removed, angsty but loving, while the other is just downright creepy. Her strengths are on full display in some of the more climatic scenes, but that evil-twin smile will haunt me in my sleep.  Yolanda Machado, The Wrap(Photo by @ Universal)Get Out had a lot on its mind: What s this movie really about? it quickly becomes obvious that Us has a lot more on its mind than making you jump. Every detail here seems carefully considered, down to the amount of dust gathered on a coffee table in a rarely used living room. In the hands of a filmmaker this precise, much of the fun is in waiting to see just how his intricate puzzle will come together. Angie Han, MashableThe movie is constantly illustrating — and nearly as often inverting — the gender roles we play in a patriarchal society, as when daughter Zora takes the lead to become the family’s most effective defender at one point. Peter DeBruge, Variety… the film requires us to realize and reflect that the problems we are facing and the evils were are facing may require us to examine and look at ourselves first. Have we created this evil or this otherness that we are so afraid to face? Parts of the film could also be seen as a commentary on mental health and our abilities to face our demons.  Ashley Menzel, We Live EntertainmentAs it turns out, the ultimate zeitgeist movie in 2019 harkens back more than 30 years. Us imports Reagan-era America to a mortifying contemporary context that revisits the past as a nightmare that won’t die..  Eric Kohn, IndieWireWhat exactly do the bunnies represent exactly? This is a question only to be solved by a group of Reddit detectives.  Jamie Broadnax, Black Girl NerdsThe music stood out in the trailer, is it effective in the movie?The music of composer Michael Abels, who also did Get Out, is a mix of Jerry Goldsmith’s The Omen and Akira Yamaoka’s Silent Hill. It’s haunting, jarring, unsettling, and completely arresting.  Jonathan Barkan, Dread Central…Michael Abels’ unnerving score builds to shrieking crescendos, some of which do push this jittery material over the top.  Eric Kohn, IndieWireWild cinematography, wild dialogue, wild twists, and wild music (there’s a “Fuck Tha Police” music cue that should go down in history) are working together here to recreate that throwback cinematic experience.  Kevin Fallon, Daily BeastBut it can t be perfect, right?The pacing sometimes drags, although the patience Peele exhibits in building the tension of a scene is masterful. Additionally, the twist can be seen coming a mile away.  Jonathan Barkan, Dread CentralHaving stretched this wily premise to nearly two hours, the full explanation for the forces at work can’t possibly satisfy as much as the suspense leading up to their arrival. That’s forgivable in a movie working overtime to provoke and disturb without toppling over from too much ambition.  Eric Kohn, IndieWireI would be remiss if I didn’t mention that it does tend to get a little lost towards the end and it feels like it meanders a bit before getting to the end of the film.  Ashley Menzel, We Live EntertainmentThe ambitious film, which had been shrouded in secrecy, sees Peele once again using the language of horror to say something about where we are as a society. But that commentary manages to be neither as obvious nor as nuanced as that in Get Out. While provocative, it doesn’t quite stick the landing this time.  Kevin Fallon, Daily BeastJoel MearesAny final words?Several hours and many conversations later, I m still convinced this film has secrets I haven t uncovered yet, and I m just eager for my next chance to go digging through it again.  Angie Han, MashableUs opens everywhere on March 22.
(Photo by @ Marvel Studios)In a recent interview, Avengers: Endgame directors Joe and Anthony Russo thanked the fans for their passion in working out their own theories for the upcoming film’s resolution. They also claimed some they have seen have come close, but none have worked out exactly how the Avengers will undo the damage wrought by Thanos (Josh Brolin) and his infamous Snap at the conclusion of last year’s Avengers: Infinity War. Nonetheless, we thought we’d take a look at a few of the theories, their plausibility, and their chances for success versus the Mad Titan and his seemingly infinite powers. After all, fans correctly deduced “Endgame” would be the fourth film’s subtitle long before Marvel Studios revealed it themselves. So maybe there s something to the ideas, memes, and one big joke of a theory floating out in the greater Internet. Here are six hypotheses we like the best – and their likelihood of coming true.The Direct Approach(Photo by @ Marvel Studios)As outlined in a clip that debuted in early April, the surviving Avengers could just go to Thanos’ garden planet and try to take the Gauntlet from him directly. As Carol (Brie Larson) notes, her powers definitely tip the scales in terms of raw strength. Combine her abilities with Thor (Chris Hemsworth) and possibly the Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) – if he can be coaxed out of hiding – and you have a team capable of pushing a planet out of orbit.Plausibility: Considering the clip, it seems almost a certainty the Avengers will try this approach.Chance of Success: Unlikely. Since we’re now using Black Widow’s (Scarlett Johansson) hair to denote the passage of time within Endgame, it seems this operation into space will occur shortly after the events of Infinity War. It also seems doomed to failure as the powers of the Gauntlet are more awesome than even the mightiest Avengers combined. And we suspect this is a key story point in the film. While so many of the Avengers have defeated their opponents by just being more powerful, nothing seen in the universe so far rivals the forces Thanos can muster in his left hand. Success may require more finesse than fisticuffs and plasma bolts.The Ant-Man Option(Photo by @ Marvel Studios)You’ve definitely heard about this meme-worthy idea. Ant-Man Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) shrinks himself into a small form and enters Thanos via a very uncomfortable spot in human physiology that many presume also exists on the big, purple alien. Scott resizes to normal and explodes the Mad Titan in a moment more befitting a Garth Ennis comic book than a Marvel Studios release.Plausibility: Unlikely. But maybe the Endgame filmmakers are sly enough to make some sort of joke about this tactic while the team weighs their options.Chance of Success: 100% if Scott was willing to do something so awful. Once Thanos is disposed of in this grim fashion, it would require only the simple gesture of one of the Avengers – say Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) to undo the Snap. Of course, the emotional fallout from this strateg may be almost as bad as allowing Thanos to succeed. Scott would be a wreck for the rest of his days, for one thing, and the peoples of the universe would still face the scars of the time they lost loved ones and vehicles of all manner came crashing down from the sky.Time Travel(Photo by @ Marvel Studios)By far the most popular theories involve Scott using his ability to enter the Quantum Realm as a means of moving the team through time. The concept would see the crew seeding the means of opposing Thanos in their own pasts, allowing knowledge of events to reshape the situation in Infinity War and possibly averting the Snap entirely.Plausibility: Considering the case made for the matching Avengers uniforms in the most recent trailer containing various Pym technologies, we’re willing to buy into this one. But since we’re also a cautious sort, we’ll call this a 60% likely hypothesis.Chances of Success: Fifty-fifty. The variables here are insane. For one thing, Tony needs to recall every mistake made on Titan, Thor somehow needs to make “go for the head” the most pressing message across his history, and Captain America (Chris Evans) would need to convince himself that sacrificing Vision (Paul Bettany) is the best course of action. And those are just examples of things they could do with the people who survived. Making Peter Quill (Chris Pratt) a better man, keeping the Soul and Time Stones out of Thanos’ reach, and maybe even planting counterfeit stones across the universe might be more than the surviving Avengers can pull off. Nonetheless, many are convinced the Bill Ted–style solution is the the one Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) saw working when he scanned the 14 million possible outcomes.Luis One-Punches Thanos(Photo by @ Marvel Studios)Luis (Michael Pena) clocks Thanos and grabs the Gauntlet while he is out.Plausibility: More unlikely than Scott giving the Mad Titan the most epic GI discomfort ever known.Chances of Success: We’ve always been fans of this joking answer to the problem of Thanos ever since Luis first boasted about one-punching the toughest man in San Quentin. It seemed so ripe for a payoff later on that we still hope Luis survived the Snap and ends up in the final battle against Thanos. Sure, the Titan s raw stamina is likely many times the force Luis could apply to one good hit, but we’re going to root for him anyway.Talking Him Into It(Photo by @ Marvel Studios)While Tony utterly failed at talking to Thanos, it is always possible the combined experiences of Tony, Cap, Thor, and some of the others may be able to make him see things differently. As Doctor Who once observed, the fighting just delays the fact that, ultimately, people will have to sit down and talk. That garden planet could be a lovely backdrop for the most important philosophical discussion of the age.Plausibility: This is still a blockbuster superhero movie. They have to fight.Chances of Success: While reuniting the original cinematic Avengers for this discourse against Thanos’ grim calculus has a certain thematic appeal – Tony and Cap have to mend their relationship to do it – the Mad Titan’s seemingly enlightened reasoning for killing half of the universe is really just a veneer. And should the team actually have a conversation with him, they will ultimately see he had the ambition to slaughter countless lives before he had a supposedly logical reason for doing it. But perhaps that realization may lead Thanos to stand down and give the Gauntlet to the Avengers. Maybe it could work.Involving the Living Tribunal (Photo by @ Marvel Studios)The Avengers could always appeal to a higher power. Surely in Carol’s decades of traveling space, she’s come across the awesome force known as the Living Tribunal. It is a cosmic entity charged with maintaining the balance across all of reality. Back in the comics, the Living Tribunal was powerful enough to prevent the Infinity Stones from being used all at once and – should it exist in the Marvel Cinematic Universe – could potentially call a great cosmic do-over on the whole affair.Plausibility: In screenwriting terms, introducing the Living Tribunal at this late date would be the biggest of deus ex machinas and many would see it as a huge cop-out. The Avengers should solve this on their own without the aid of any other demigods besides Thor. The sense that it would be a cop-out will likely prevent it from happening.Chances of Success: But even if it is a huge deus ex machina, it would still be effective. In the pages of The Infinity Gauntlet, cosmic entities prove distracting enough that Nebula has the chance to take the Gauntlet from Thanos, forcing him to ally with his foes in order to stop her from using its power. We do not expect to meet the Living Tribunal, Mistress Death, or the Beyonders at this point, but it would certainly be a huge surprise.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.Avengers: Endgame is in theaters everywhere April 26

Best-Reviewed Kids Family Movies 2019In a win for original ideas, Joe Cornish’s The King Who Would Be King trumped big IP-driven flicks like Detective Pikachu and Disney’s umpteenth live-action remakes (Lion King, Aladdin, Dumbo) to be crowned best of the family fare. (OK, you might consider the King Arthur legend “IP. ) The film, Cornish’s directing follow-up to Attack The Block, was lauded as a charming, thrilling, character-driven adventure.The order of the rank below reflects the Adjusted Score as of December 31, 2019. Scores might change over time.« Previous Category Next Category »
(Photo by Touchstone Pictures, Fox, and Marvel Studios)“Know Your Critic” is a column in which we interview Tomatometer-approved critics about their screening and reviewing habits, pet peeves, and personal favorites.In just the few years since she founded her multimedia platform Pay or Wait, Sharronda Williams has become a go-to source for her audiences. She’s interviewed major creatives from directors like Spike Lee to actors such as Melissa McCarthy and Octavia Spencer. Her expertise and sharp wit shine brightest in her video reviews on YouTube, in which Williams always offers both nuance and a sense of humor.“For me, it s very intentional that people see me, that I m funny at times,” Williams said in an interview with Rotten Tomatoes. “I try to make people feel like they re talking to themselves, I never want to make people feel as though, I m not smart enough to be a film critic, right?”Williams’ decision to appear on-camera is a reflection of her desire to offer visibility for Black women like herself, and to transparently represent her experience. No matter what she’s reviewing, she is aware of the many subjectivities at play: her own, the creatives’, and the audiences’.“Sometimes it is hard to let go of your experience as a Black person in this country, because you see the film in a totally different viewpoint,” Williams said.“When we re talking about issues, especially that are still a sore subject in America s history – when it s confronting slavery, and confronting racism and how it still plagues this nation to this day – it s very hard to make sure that you re doing your job as a critic,” Williams said. “These are experiences that are lived that are witnessed day in and day out.”As Williams grows her audience, she has become – and hopes to remain – a voice for movie fans and up-and-coming critics alike.Sharronda Williams is the founder of Pay or Wait, a YouTube channel and an online publication centered on entertainment reviews and interviews. Find her on Twitter: @payorwait.What’s your favorite seat in a movie theater?I like to sit in the back, middle. I love being in the middle of the screen. I feel like I have all of the viewpoints I need to see. I also hate when people kick my seat, I hate to hear people chew in my ear. The only downfall to that being my favorite seat is, I can see everyone and their cellphones.You get to see people s reactions, too. I love people-watching and seeing how the movie makes them feel. That s why – even for press screenings, when they put you in the front – I really like sitting in the back, because I love watching the audience s reaction as well.Does that ever play into how you review a film or how you discuss it?I love going to screenings for kids’ movies because I really love to be able to tell how it s going to hold a child s attention. I bring my god-children with me – they re still getting into going to the movies.That and comic book movies, I love – I have to see it with an audience.I totally agree – comic book movie experiences are made by the audience.I literally still remember the audience s reaction to the end of Endgame, when you hear Steve say, Avengers, assemble! And then when you hear Sam say, On your left. It s just brings me back to that emotion of what was happening in the theater at that time. You can t beat a theater experience, you really can t.(Photo by Liam Daniel/Netflix)What has been your favorite thing to watch in quarantine this past year?The obvious is Bridgerton, because it gave me romance, it gave me entanglements, it gave me messy drama. It s what I live for. It made me feel like I was in a whole relationship, I was totally invested.Did you binge the show, or do you avoid binge-watching?I actually watched Bridgerton a couple of months before it released and I was like, Oh my gosh, this show is so good. I was literally calling my colleagues like, You need to go, you need to request Bridgerton. Do it right now. It s going to be a hit, just thank me later. So yeah, I binged the whole thing.I had to pause halfway through – I think it was the fourth episode – when the Duke… the whole scene in the garden. When he said he still wasn t going to marry her, I lost it. I had to take a couple of hours of a break because I was so upset at him that I couldn t even deal. I had to come back to it the next day.That scene infuriated me. I cannot stand when people know they could be happy and will not choose happiness.Yes, because it was his pride! I was like, What are you doing?”When you are reviewing, do you go in cold?I do reviews on YouTube and trailer reactions are this huge thing. Every time a trailer comes out, they re like, Hey, can you do a trailer reaction? And then I have to disappoint everyone and tell them that I don t watch trailers. I like to go in completely blind.This started when Southpaw came out. I hadn t seen any trailer, I just knew it was a boxing movie with Jake Gyllenhaal. That s all I needed: Jake Gyllenhaal shirtless. Done, I m there.So, I get into the movie and we re watching it, and then Rachel McAdams  character dies. I literally was the only one who gasped in the middle of the movie theater. My friend turned to me, she was like, What is wrong with you? I was like, She just died! And she was just like, Girl, that was in the trailer! And I was like, See! I will never watch another trailer again after this, never. What makes a “good” movie?It makes me feel something. I mean, that s why we watch movies! We want to be excited. Sometimes we want to be sad or we want to be happy, we want to laugh.Movies that cause thoughts or discussion. Movies that promote change or a change within, that make you want to be a better person, make you analyze yourself as a person. Those movies that truly stick with you afterwards, and you re still thinking about the next day, that you re still having conversations with your friends about. I think those are such good movies, because it just truly shows the impact of a creative work.Was there a movie or a television series that you watched that made you want to become a critic?I can tell you one that made me understand the importance of being a Black critic. That was Detroit.When Detroit came out, it was really interesting because I would read reviews but I also watch YouTube videos. That s what helped me solidify why I do what I do – and really, just seeing a lot of the people miss a lot of the historical things that someone growing up in the Black experience, that this is my life.When they show The Great Migration portrait – the famous illustration in Black culture. Growing up, everyone had this picture in their house. We ve seen this on Black TV shows. I saw that a lot of non-Black critics, they didn t understand what that illustration meant. Or, they didn t understand the importance of how certain characters are portrayed, especially when we re dealing with real events that have happened, that have shaped our country as a whole.I think it really helped me understand the importance of my voice, the importance of why we ask for diversity in film criticism. The beautiful journey of watching from different viewpoints, different experiences – how they re really shaped, how you view films, how you criticize films. That was a movie that helped me to keep going, even in times when I felt like giving up – my perspective as a Black woman, why it s so necessary and essential to film criticism.(Photo by Warner Bros./Courtesy Everett Collection)What are you most proud of in your career thus far?I remember the first time I got an email from Rotten Tomatoes. When I first started, I remember going to the website and looking at the qualifications and I m like, Child, I m never going to get this. We re going to put this on the back burner forever. Being a part of Rotten Tomatoes, being able to say that when you see the Tomatometer on commercials or whatnot that, Hey, my review counts towards that. Most recently, I got my first pull quote for Judas and the Black Messiah. I remember I was asleep and I woke up and everyone was like, Oh my goodness, I just saw your name on TV during SNL! Having my brother call me as I try and drift off, I just saw your name. I was watching Judas and the Black Messiah and then I watched this trailer afterwards where your name popped up. I think that is when I was like, Whoa, this is serious, this is real. You know?Do you remember a time when you were watching something, a movie or a television series, where you saw a character that reflected your experience?Living Single was one of my first experiences. Before I got into film criticism, I used to want to be a lawyer in college. I remember growing up and watching Maxine Shaw on Living Single and I was like, Oh my goodness, it s a Black woman as a lawyer. And she lives by herself, and she has these friends, and she s lives this great life. What is the hardest review you ve ever produced?The most recent one was Antebellum. It was really hard.I always want to make sure that I respect the role of creatives – that they took the time and the energy to put their art into the world for a lot of people to consume it and form their own opinions.It s challenging as a Black critic – and I think a lot of people will agree whether they will publicly admit it or not – because we don t get a lot of films or TV shows that center around the Black experience that star Black women. Because we don t get so many, it becomes very hard because you understand the importance of seeing someone like Janelle Monáe on screen, a woman leading this film. That was a really hard review, critiquing a work that features a Black woman, that features an issue that is very close to me as someone who lives the Black experience each day – especially when you don t necessarily connect with it.It s hard, because personally you want to see more of this on screen and you don t want to knock down someone s ability to create. Especially because it s so hard for Black people to be able to create in this industry, and to actually have their projects seen by the masses. But you also want to make sure that the stories that are being told, the stories that are portrayed, and these characters – who are my aunts, my uncles, my mother, my sister, my brother – you want to make sure that it is being done in a great light.Because in this world, what you see on TV, people take it as gospel Unfortunately, that s just the society we live in. What we see on TV, we basically say, This is what Black people do, this is how they act. If you see Black caricatures, that is how people see us. The situation makes it hard as a critic, especially a Black critic.
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(Photo by Netflix)Updated December 18, 2020Ho, ho, ho! You must ve been good this year, because TV Santa Claus is delivering a ton of great presents this year in the form of holiday-themed marathons, specials, episodes, and movies running through December. The usual suspects are here: Freeform s 25 Days of Christmas and AMC s Best Christmas Ever marathons; Netflix, Hallmark and Lifetime s plentiful Christmas movie offerings (and a Hanukkah one this year, too!); Rankin and Bass special airings.But there are also new additions to the holiday programming pantheon in 2020, including new HGTV and Food Network specials, several holiday-themed Netflix series (both scripted, like YA adventure Dash Lily, and unscripted, like Holiday Home Makeover With Mr. Christmas, which is an actual show starring an actual person named Mr. Christmas), and much more.Read on to plan your holiday viewing schedule this year, from Thanksgiving episodes to Christmas content and beyond.Jump to a section:SpecialsSeriesEpisodesMarathonsStreaming ProgrammingStreaming Original FilmsNetflix MoviesLifetime MoviesHallmark MoviesNew Year s ProgrammingArchive: Thanksgiving ProgrammingCHRISTMAS SPECIALSOnce Upon a Snowman — The previously untold origins of Olaf, the innocent and insightful summer-loving snowman who melted hearts in the Oscar-winning 2013 Disney animated feature Frozen and its acclaimed 2019 sequel, are revealed in the all-new Walt Disney Animation Studios animated short Once Upon a Snowman. Streaming on Disney+.LEGO Star Wars Holiday Special — Taking place following the events of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, Rey leaves her friends to prepare for Life Day as she sets off on a new adventure with BB-8 to gain a deeper knowledge of the Force. Stars from the film series provide voices. Streams Tuesday, Nov. 17 on Disney+.Holiday Crafters Gone Wild — Jay Manuel hosts a competition of epic decorative proportions in this two-hour special, which will see four teams of talented holiday craft aficionados battle it out to win a ,000 cash prize and the title of ultimate holiday craft champion. With challenges ranging from over-the-top tablescapes to one-of-a-kind tree toppers, designer Kim Myles and celebrity party planner Michael Russo will grade on creativity, complexity and craftsmanship. Premieres Friday, Nov. 20, at 9 p.m. on HGTV.Craftopia — Two winter specials of the crafting competition premiere Thursday, Nov. 26 on HBO Max.All Is Calm: The Christmas Truce of 1914 — PBS presents the remarkably true story of a brief moment of camaraderie, music and peace between Allied and German soldiers during World War I in this hybrid of documentary theater, weaving a cappella period songs and firsthand quotes and letters from 30 World War I figures brought to life by 10 actors. The production features WWI patriotic tunes, trench songs, medieval ballads and Christmas carols from England, Wales, France, Belgium and Germany. Premieres Friday, Nov. 27 on PBS (check local listings), and streams Tuesday, Dec. 15 at pbs.org and the PBS Video app.Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer — Based on the hit song that became a worldwide holiday phenomenon, this goofy and heartwarming adventure features young Jake Spankenheimer on the quest of a lifetime to track his missing Grandma down on Christmas Eve to prove that Santa Claus is indeed real. Airs Friday, Nov. 27 at 8 p.m. and Monday, Dec. 21 at 8 p.m. on The CW.Frosty the Snowman — That “jolly, happy soul” whose old silk hat full of magic has turned him into a musical Christmas legend, once again demonstrates his unique showmanship. Narrated by Jimmy Durante, the special also includes the voices of Jackie Vernon (as Frosty) and Billy De Wolfe (as Professor Hinkle). Airs Friday, Nov. 27 at 8 p.m. on CBS.(Photo by Classic Media)Frosty Returns — There’s still more magic as Frosty (John Goodman) returns to continue his adventure and skate on the edge of danger. Jonathan Winters narrates. Airs Friday, Nov. 27 at 8:30 p.m. on CBS.Illumination Presents Minions Holiday Special — This half-hour primetime event, starring the iconic Minions, features four mini-movie escapades and includes special guest appearances from some of Illumination’s most beloved characters from their The Secret Life of Pets and Sing franchises. Airs Friday, Nov. 27 at 8:30 p.m. on NBC.Robbie the Reindeer: Hooves of Fire — Robbie (voiced by Ben Stiller) must train to compete in the Reindeer Races to become a part of the sleigh team for Santa (voiced by Jim Belushi). The animated special airs Saturday, Nov. 28 at 8 p.m. on CBS.Robbie the Reindeer: Legend of the Lost Tribe — Robbie (Stiller) battles Blitzen (voiced by Hugh Grant) in an effort to stop his nemesis’s launch of a reindeer theme park. Britney Spears, James Woods, Leah Remini and Jerry Stiller also star. Airs Saturday, Nov. 28 at 8:30 p.m. on CBS.The All-Star Nickmas Spectacular — Hosted by Nickelodeon’s Lex Lumpkin, the hour-long variety show will include musical performances by JoJo Siwa, That Girl Lay Lay and Ne-Yo, appearances by Gabriel Iglesias, Jay Pharoah, Tisha Campbell, Trevor Noah and Young Dylan, plus comedy sketches and special messages from animated stars. Premieres Saturday, Nov. 28 at 9 p.m. on Nickelodeon.The Story of Santa Claus — This musical holiday special revolves around a gentle toymaker (voiced by Ed Asner), whose only wish is to deliver a toy to every child on Christmas. Betty White and Tim Curry also star. Airs Saturday, Nov. 28 at 9 p.m. on CBS.The Disney Holiday Singalong — Ryan Seacrest hosts the family event, which features performances of Disney and holiday favorites with animated on-screen lyrics so viewers at home can sing along. Airs Monday, Nov. 30 at 8 p.m. on ABC.CMA Country Christmas — Country Music artist Thomas Rhett and his wife, New York Times bestselling author Lauren Akins, make their TV hosting debut together in this annual holiday music celebration featuring performances by Country Music’s biggest stars, including Kelsea Ballerini, Gabby Barrett, Dan + Shay, Florida Georgia Line, Lady A, Little Big Town, Tim McGraw, Thomas Rhett, and Darius Rucker with Lindsey Stirling for a spirited night of festive holiday classics. Airs Monday, Nov. 30 at 9 p.m. on ABC.Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer — The annual showing of Rankin and Bass special, narrated by Burl Ives and based on the song by Johnny Marks, airs Tuesday, Dec. 1 at 8 p.m. on CBS — its 56th consecutive year on the network.Elliot: The Littlest Reindeer — Elliot, a small but determined horse, travels to the North Pole to compete for a spot alongside the famous reindeer that pull Santa s sleigh. Against all odds, Elliot and his friend Hazel the goat set out to prove that no dream is too big. Premieres Tuesday, Dec. 1 on Crackle.A Reindeer’s Journey — Meet Ailo, a newborn reindeer who embarks on an incredible odyssey with the help of his mother. Narrated by Donald Sutherland and set against the frozen majesty of northern Finland, their journey is an uplifting story for the whole family. Premieres Tuesday, Dec. 1 on Crackle.Christmas Spectacular Starring the Radio City Rockettes – At Home Holiday Special — Iconic performances previously recorded at Radio City Music Hall in Rockefeller Center will be broadcast alongside special appearances and holiday messages from Jenna Dewan, Whoopi Goldberg, Josh Groban, Carla Hall, Padma Lakshmi and John Legend. Today co-anchors Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb host. Airs Wednesday, Dec. 2 at 10 p.m. on NBC.My Gift: A Christmas Special From Carrie Underwood — The singer performs a combination of beloved traditional favorites celebrating the joy and hopefulness of the holiday, as well as new original material from her first ever full-length Christmas album My Gift. Streaming Thursday, Dec. 3 on HBO Max.Jingle Ball Greatest Moments — Airs Thursday, Dec. 3 at 8 p.m. on The CW.A Charlie Brown Christmas — Streams Friday, Dec. 4 on Apple TV+, and will be available for free from Dec. 11-13. Will also air on PBS and PBS Kids Dec. 13 at 7:30 p.m. local time.The Hollywood Christmas Parade Greatest Moments — The special will highlight all the greatest and most special moments of the past parades. Airs Friday, Dec. 4 at 8 p.m. on The CW.Celebremos: Eterna Navidad — Grammy-winning artist Juanes and his wife Karen Martinez host this star-studded comedy and musical event featuring world renowned Latinx talent. Premieres Friday, Dec. 4 on Spanish-language streaming service Pantaya.Christmas Under the Stars — Singer and songwriter Lauren Daigle in a mix of big performance numbers and intimate, cinematic musical moments. Airs Sunday, Dec. 6 at 9 p.m. on BYUtv.Molly of Denali — Six new winter-themed episodes of the PBS series will premiere Monday, Dec. 7 through Wednesday, Dec. 9 on PBS Kids.Pinkalicious Peterrific — “Gingerbread House / Christmas Tree Trouble” premieres Monday, Dec. 7 on PBS Kids.The Great Christmas Light Fight — Season 8 sees lifestyle expert Carter Oosterhouse and famed interior designer Taniya Nayak judging as four decorating families face off to win ,000 should they “sleigh” the competition. Premieres Wednesday, Dec. 9 at 8 p.m. on ABC.Greatest Holiday Commercials Countdown 2020 — Hosted by Entertainment Tonight s Kevin Frazier and Keltie Knight, this holiday special will countdown the 12 best holiday commercials ever – one for each of the 12 days of Christmas. In addition to the top 12, the special features other great commercials from both the U.S. and abroad, that capture the true spirit of the holiday season – from the heartfelt to the hilarious, from the outstanding to the ridiculous. Airs Wednesday, Dec. 9 at 9 p.m. and Monday, Dec. 21 on The CW.Silent Night — A Song for the World — This musical film documentary narrated by Hugh Bonneville tells the story of the creation and cultural impact of the world’s most famous Christmas carol, composed in 1818 in Salzburg. Translated into 140 languages, Silent Night caused a Christmas ceasefire in World War I, while Bing Crosby’s version is the third best-selling single ever. The cast includes Kelly Clarkson, Joss Stone, John Rhys-Davies, David Foster, Kathrine McPhee, Randy Jackson, Gavin Rossdale, Josh Groban, The Vienna Boys Choir, and more. Airs Thursday, Dec. 10 at 8 p.m. and Wednesday, Dec. 23 at 8 p.m. on The CW.High School Musical: The Musical: The Holiday Special — The 45-minute special features the show s main cast members singing their favorite holiday staples and sharing their own family memories and New Year s Resolutions. Premieres Friday, Dec. 11 on Disney+.The Christmas Caroler Challenge — Hosted by Dean Cain and Laura McKenzie, the three-episode two hour-long Christmas caroling competition event series features 10 extraordinary Christmas carol groups, each with their own stylized brand of performance, in celebrating the great Christmas music we have all come to love. Airs Friday, Dec. 11 at 8 p.m. on The CW.My Lottery Dream Home: Holiday Extravaganza — David Bromstad will show fans how to deck the halls like a lottery winner — but on a realistic budget. The popular HGTV designer will transform a living room into a lush Christmas tree forest, set a spectacular tablescape for a festive dinner party and adorn a home’s exterior with so much holiday razzle dazzle that the whole neighborhood will cheer. Premieres Friday, Dec. 11 at 8 p.m. on HGTV.Joe Bob Saves Christmas — The Christmas spirit takes over The Last Drive-In as Joe Bob and Darcy close out the year with a double feature of holiday horrors. Premieres live on the ShudderTV feed on Friday, Dec. 11, at 9 p.m. ET, and will be made available on demand on Sunday, Dec. 13.The Walking Dead Holiday Special — hosted by Chris Hardwick and featuring cast members Lauren Cohan, Melissa McBride, Josh McDermitt, Khary Payton, Eleanor Matsuura, Cooper Andrews, Cassady McClincy, Lauren Ridloff, Cailey Fleming, Emily Kinney, and IronE Singleton, as well as Walking Dead Universe Chief Content Officer Scott M. Gimple and The Walking Dead showrunner and executive producer Angela Kang. Premieres Sunday, Dec. 13 on AMC+.The Netflix Afterparty: The Best Shows of the Worst Year — The hourlong end-of-year special features talent from the most talked-about Netflix series of 2020, including Anya Taylor-Joy, Lily Collins, Kevin Hart, The Crown s Emma Corrin and Josh O’Connor, and more.  Premieres Sunday, Dec. 13 on Netflix.Christmas With the Tabernacle Choir — The 17th annual holiday special features Kelli O Hara and Richard Thomas. Premieres Monday, Dec. 14 at 9 p.m. and airs again Thursday, Dec. 24 at 9 p.m. on PBS. Also airs Thursday, Dec. 17 at 8 p.m. on BYUtv.A Saturday Night Live Christmas Special — Premieres Wednesday, Dec. 16 at 9 p.m. on NBC; encore airs Tuesday, Dec. 22 at 9 p.m. on NBC.Penn Teller: Merry Fool Us — The magical duo of Penn Teller is joined by host Alyson Hannigan to help kick off the holiday season with this special complete with magicians, costumes and a Christmas Trophy. Airs Wednesday, Dec. 16 at 9 p.m. on The CW.HBO Max’s 12 Dates of Christmas: Unwrapped — Shangela hosts the dating series reunion special, premiering Dec. 17 on HBO Max.The Jinkx DeLa Holiday Special — Drag queens Jinkx Monsoon and BenDeLaCreme star in a new holiday specaial available to stream now on Hulu.You’ll Be Home for Christmas — Albie Mushaney, world-famous strongman and Salem, Oregon-based real estate agent who moonlights as a Santa impersonator, will help first-time homebuyers find their forever home in time for the holidays. Alongside his festive family, Albie will make the houses extra “ho-ho-home-y” by adding special seasonal touches like a fully decorated tree with gifts underneath, stockings hung on the chimney and freshly baked cookies and hot cocoa welcoming them at the door. Premieres Friday, Dec. 18 at 10 p.m. on HGTV.Ella Wishes You a Swinging Christmas — The American Pops Orchestra and the Ella Fitzgerald Foundation team for the entire holiday classic album, hosted by Vanessa Williams. Premieres Tuesday, Dec. 15 at 8 p.m. and airs again Friday, Dec. 18 at 9 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 25 at 10:30 p.m. on PBS.Diego Torres Sinfonico — Argentine pop singer Diego Torres performs alongside the Orquesta Filarmónica Joven de Colombia (the Young Philharmonic of Colombia) in HBO Latino’s latest concert special. Premieres Friday, Dec. 18 at 9:30 p.m. on HBO Latino, TNT in Latin America and HBO Max.Let s Make a Deal Primetime — The primetime edition of the game show will be decked out for the holiday with Christmas decorations, and festively themed games and deals. On the third primetime episode, special guest Phil Keoghan, host of CBS’ The Amazing Race and Tough As Nails, joins the series to present one lucky trader with an outdoor adventure-themed trip of a lifetime. Airs Monday, Dec. 21 at 8 p.m. on CBS.Dr. Pimple Popper: Season s Squeezings — Hoping to give patients all they want for Christmas and feel ready to face the family photo sessions with confidence, Dr. Lee has a tough job ahead of her with several high-stake cases. Airs Monday, Dec. 21 at 9 p.m. on TLC.My Feet Are Killing Me: Under the Mistletoes — Dr. Ebonie, Dr. Brad, and Dr. Sarah are in for some shock in their stockings when they unwrap a 30-year-old wart, cut off cornflakes, and Dr. Ebonie discovers that her mom has a little extra something under her mistle-toe. Airs Monday, Dec. 21 at 10 p.m. on TLC.Disney Parks Magical Christmas Celebration — Tituss Burgess and Julianne Hough ghost this special from Disney World, featuring performances from Becky G, Maddie Tae, Tori Kelly and more. Airs Friday, Dec. 25 at 12 p.m. ET/9 a.m. PT on ABC.Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian — Making of Season 2 — premieres Friday, Dec. 25 on Disney+.Surprising Santa Claus — Good Morning America s Lara Spencer, host of Flea Market Flip, will work with a team of designers, contractors and volunteers to give the town of Santa Claus, Indiana, the biggest Christmas present it has ever received. It will be a race against the clock as the team tackles two surprise home renovations and a special bonus for the town square that will spread holiday cheer to the whole community. Premieres Friday, Dec. 25 at 9 p.m. on HGTV.Popstar s Best of 2020 — Presented by Associated Television International and based on polls from Popstar Magazine, host Elizabeth Stanton will count down the greatest and most memorable moments and trends of 2020. Airs Tuesday, Dec. 29 at 8 p.m. on The CW.Dogs of the Year — This special counts down the Top 10 dog stories of 2020, celebrating the dogs that go above and beyond, that leave their mark on society, and achieve the nearly impossible. Airs Thursday, Dec. 17 at 8 p.m. and Wednesday, Dec. 30 at 9 p.m. on The CW.A Creepshow Holiday Special — A holiday-themed hourlong episode of the horror series, Shapeshifters Anonymous, stars Anna Camp and Adam Pally and debuts Dec. 28 on Shudder.Call the Midwife Holiday Special — The popular series 2020 Christmas episode takes place in December 1965 with nothing going according to plan. Premieres Friday, Dec. 25 at 9 p.m. on PBS.Heroes on the Front Line — Hosted by Dean Cain, the one-hour television event celebrates the on-the-ground heroes who dared to make a difference in the midst of the unprecedented and unforeseen worldwide pandemic. Airs Wednesday, Dec. 30 at 8 p.m. on The CW.CHRISTMAS SERIESDash Lily — A whirlwind Holiday romance builds as cynical Dash and optimistic Lily trade dares, dreams, and desires in the notebook they pass back and forth at locations all across New York City, finding they have more in common with each other than they would have expected. The series is based on the young adult book series Dash Lily’s Book of Dares from the New York Times bestselling authors Rachel Cohn and David Levithan. Premieres Tuesday, Nov. 10 on Netflix.Holiday Home Makeover with Mr. Christmas — Benjamin Bradley, best known as Mr. Christmas, puts his design expertise and vast Christmas collection to good use as he and his team of elves work around the clock to bring holiday cheer to families and communities deserving of a home makeover for the most joyous time of year. Premieres Wednesday, Nov. 18 on Netflix.Buddy vs. Christmas – Buddy Valastro embarks on an extraordinary new Christmas-themed competition as he goes head-to-head with the greatest non-cake artists — an award-winning scenic designer, a glassblower, an animatronics expert and a Lego builder. With only 24 hours to capture the spirit of the holidays with their creations, the one that rises to the top with their elaborate design will be crowned winner. Premieres Sunday, Nov. 22 at 10 p.m. on Food Network.Biggest Little Christmas Showdown — The nation’s best miniaturists face off to create the merriest mini holiday houses, complete with all the festive, tiny trimmings in this four-part mini-sized holiday house tournament-style series hosted by actor James Monroe Iglehart. Judges include designer Genevieve Gorder and miniatures experts June Clinkscales and Dave Asling. Premieres Friday, Nov. 27 at 9 p.m. on HGTV.Sugar Rush Christmas: Season 2 — This competition series challenges bakers to create holiday treats that look festive and taste amazing — all against a ticking clock. Premieres Friday, Nov. 27 on Netflix.Überweihnachten — A three part Christmas mini-series starring Luke Mockridge, one of Germany s most popular comedians, as likeable loser Bastian who travels home for Christmas only to be confronted with the fact that his brother is now dating his ex-girlfriend. As the brothers fight and bicker through the Christmas period Bastian fails to notice that the parents are hiding something. Premieres in November on Netflix.The Great Gift Exchange — This 12-part series, hosted by gift wrap artist Alton DuLaney, highlights the art of giving where 12 YouTube creators participate in a giving chain that benefits a charity of their choice. All episodes stream on the creators YouTube pages on Dec. 1.The Holiday Movies That Made Us — This in-depth look at two iconic holiday movies (Elf, The Nightmare Before Christmas) uses behind-the-scenes footage and cast and crew interviews. Available Tuesday, Dec. 1 on Netflix.The Great British Baking Show: Holidays: Season 3 —  Tis the season for eight returning bakers to vie for the holiday crown as they race to make wondrous winter treats. Available Wednesday, Dec. 4 on Netflix.How to Ruin Christmas: The Wedding — When family rebel and disappointment Tumi Sello begrudgingly joins her dysfunctional family for the first Christmas holidays in years, it s not the merry return of the prodigal daughter everyone was hoping for. She manages to ruin her younger sister s Christmas wedding before it even takes place, and spends her next six days frantically trying to get things back on track. Premieres in December on Netflix.Home For Christmas: Season 2 — Just in time for the holidays, a new season of the Norwegian series returns in December on Netflix.Top Elf — Season 2 of Nickelodeon s holiday-themed competition series premieres Thursday, Nov. 19 at 7:30 p.m. on Nickelodeon.12 Dates of Christmas — Natasha Rothwell narrates this holiday dating series about three singles looking for their special someone to bring home for the holidays. The first three episodes premiere on Thanksgiving, Nov. 26, three episodes premiere on Dec. 3, and the final two episodes premiere Dec. 10 on HBO Max.CHRISTMAS EPISODESGreat Performances, “Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles” — Travel through the history of the iconic musical exploring its reach across time and cultures featuring appearances by composer and lyricist Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick as well as famous fans including Lin-Manuel Miranda, Topol and more. Airs Friday, Nov. 13 at 9 p.m. on PBS.Nature, Santa s Wild Home — Get an intimate look into life in Lapland, fabled land of Santa Claus and actual home of tenacious wildlife such as reindeer, wolverines, brown bears and more. Premieres Wednesday, Nov. 25 at 8 p.m. on PBS.Bob s Burgers, “Yatchy or Nice” — When the Belchers get an unexpected invitation to cater the Glencrest Yacht Club s holiday boat parade, Bob wonders if there s a catch. Meanwhile, Louise has her eye on the present-loaded Santa Schooner. Airs Sunday, Dec. 13 at 9 p.m. on Fox.Family Guy, “The First No L” — When the family fails to help Lois with the Christmas shopping, she walks out on the family and the Griffins must try to save Christmas on their own. Airs Sunday, Dec. 13 at 9:30 p.m. on Fox.Raven s Home, Mad About Yuletide — It s Christmas Eve and the Baxter/Grayson family are trying to make the best of the holiday when a storm hits and disrupts their plans to celebrate together at a cabin on the lake. Streams Friday, Dec. 18 at 8 p.m. on Disney+.The Simpsons — 17 different Christmas episodes from the popular animated series are available to stream on Disney+.America s Funniest Home Videos — Select holiday-themed episodes from seasons 13 to 19 of the unscripted series are available to stream on Disney+.CHRISTMAS MARATHONS25 Days of Christmas, FreeformBeginning Tuesday, Dec. 1, watch a nonstop slate of Christmas favorites on the network, including Home Alone, The Santa Clause trilogy, Dr. Seuss How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Miracle on 34th Street, Love Actually, and many more. This year sees the network premieres of Almost Christmas, the 2018 film Dr. Seuss The Grinch, Daddy s Home 2, and more. Catch multiple airings of classics Frosty the Snowman and Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, including a special Christmas Day showing.Best Christmas Ever, AMCIt s already Christmas on AMC, which began airing its more than 800 hours of Christmas programming on November 2, with the event lasting all the way through December 25. Catch holiday favorite films including National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, The Polar Express, Love Actually, Frosty’s Winter Wonderland, ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas and Jack Frost (the majority of which will available on-demand on AMC.com and the AMC app). The event will also extend to premium streaming bundle AMC+, where you ll be able to catch the streaming debut of IFC’s Joe’s Pub Presents: A Holiday Special, hosted by Tony Hale; Shudder’s “Unhappy Holidays” collection of Christmas horrors; a special episode of BBC America’s The Graham Norton Show on Christmas Day; and the first-ever The Walking Dead Holiday Special, hosted by Chris Hardwick and featuring fan-favorite cast members (an exclusive for the streaming bundle).Nicmkas, NickelodeonMore than 100 hours of seasonal content and 21 premieres of live-action, animation and preschool series begin Thursday, Nov. 19 on Nickelodeon, including season 2 of festive competition Top Elf; The All-Star Nickmas Spectacular; new episodes of PAW Patrol, Blues Clues, All That, Danger Force, and more; and fan-favorite holiday episodes of Rugrats, SpongeBob SquarePants and The Loud House.Holiday Programming, OvationA monthlong celebration of the holiday featuring films and specials culminates with a Christmas Day movie marathon featuring some counter-programming like Fargo, Dances With Wolves, and Blazing Saddles.STREAMING HOLIDAY PROGRAMMINGAmazon Prime VideoHoliday selections headed to Amazon Prime Video in November include the movies A Christmas Switch (2018), Rock N Roll Christmas (2019), A Christmas Movie Christmas (2019), A Majestic Christmas (2018) and Holiday High School Reunion (Christmas Crush) (2012).HuluFrom Food Network programming (Christmas and Thanksgiving baking competitions) to a variety of holiday-themed films — Once Upon a Time at Christmas (2017), The Christmas Tale (2005), 12 Pups of Christmas (2019), A Nanny for Christmas (2010), The Dog Who Saved Christmas (2009) — there are plenty of holiday selections available to stream in November.Disney+Celebrate the most wonderful time of the year with the streaming service s joyful collection of movies, specials, and themed episodes. Specials include the LEGO Star Wars Holiday Special and High School Musical: The Musical: The Holiday Special, while holiday films include Black Beauty, Safety, and Soul — plus classic Disney films and holiday episodes from plenty of TV series, including That’s So Raven, Even Stevens, Kim Possible, The Proud Family, Suite Life of Zack and Cody, Girl Meets World and Sonny with a Chance.Holiday Wonderland, HBO MaxViewers can catch up with holiday favorites via this tailored portal launching Tuesday, Dec. 1. More than 200 hours of curated holiday movies and episode will be available, including classic holiday movies (Meet Me in St. Louis, A Christmas Carol) and holiday episodes of favorite TV shows (Friends, Big Bang Theory, South Park, The O.C., The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and Doctor Who).CrackleNew channels on the streaming service for the month of December include A Very Crackle Christmas, Unlikely Heroes, Stream Me Up, Scotty, and more.TubiFox Entertainment s free streaming service is home to a holiday collection including comedy The Moodys, classic Christmas titles including Miracle on 34th Street and Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, and more.Pluto TV ChristmasThe free streaming television service has introduced a brand new holiday channel (Ch. 250) that will be home to fan-favorite holiday themed programs like Married with Children, St. Nick, Dear Santa, Beverly Hillbillies and more. Extended marathons will run daily through Dec. 31, so you don t have to stop celebrating even after Santa brings his presents. Additionally, the company has compiled classic holiday recipes inspired by the stars of the available shows and donated ,000 to World Central Kitchen to really celebrate the holiday.Shout! Factory TVThe company s holiday programming, which can be streamed on demand at ShoutFactoryTV.com or on its various streaming apps and channels, includes festive holiday content including holiday episodes from TV series such as The Carol Burnett Show, The Johnny Carson Show, Father Knows Best, Dennis the Menace, and even Ultraman and The Weird Al Show; films that get the Mystery Science Theater 3000 treatment; classic films including Black Christmas, An American Christmas Carol and Scrooge; modern film favorites like Feast of the Seven Fishes and Snowtime!; and s

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亚博游戏网址 In one movie, a boozed-up and torn-down Laurie Strode must face the white-masked demon from her past and save her family; in the other, a boozed-up and… well, you get the gist. These two reboot/sequels, one released 20 years after the original Halloween and one released 40 years after, share a lot of the same DNA. But DNA is also the key difference: in Halloween H20: 20 Years Later, Laurie is related to Michael Myers; in 2018’s Halloween, that element of the plot has been slashed away and Laurie is simply the obsession, but not the sibling, of the Shape. Which movie did the whole reboot thing better? That’s what we’re deciding in the latest episode of Vs. Host and Rotten Tomatoes Contributing Editor Mark Ellis is pitting H20 and H40 against each other across four rounds – Box Office, Tomatometer and Audience Score, Storyline, and one wildcard round – to decide which sequel deserves the Halloween franchise silver medal. (Because gold, of course, goes to The Curse of Michael Myers, right?). As ever, if you don’t agree with our call, feel free to stalk us slowly and quietly in the comments.Thumbnail image: © Dimension Films, © Universal PicturesOn an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

代理商都希望可以做到长期稳定的运营。而稳定运营的关键是稳定的手游代理平台和快速更新的游戏。游戏的更新速度代表了游戏的生命周期,游戏的生命周期代表了我们对这款手游的推广和玩家操作所需的时间。现在的手游的品质都非常不俗。代理商也逐渐重视游戏的运营。而一款高质量的手游,两三年都不是问题。所以稳定的平台是长期稳定运营的基础。 When it comes to puzzling mysteries and existential questions about identity and consciousness, few shows do it as well as Westworld. In the span of two seasons, the show has expanded well beyond being just a remake of a 1973 movie directed by Jurassic Park author, Michael Crichton, to become a TV phenomenon that makes its audience question everything they’re seeing. Using its Wild West–themed amusement park setting to explore a mystery of robots that start to malfunction, Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy also explore a variety of intriguing themes about the nature of will and consciousness, to the effect of technology and deteriorating privacy on society.After season 1 introduced its mystery and delivered one shocking twist after another, season 2 premiered all the way back in 2018 was even more puzzling, with more characters, more storylines and a new park. After the shocking season 2 finale, Westworld finally fulfilled its promise of having robots (well, hosts) out in the real world. With season 3 just around the corner, let’s take a look at everything we know about the upcoming season of Westworld.WHERE WE LEFT OFFSeason 2 of Westworld doubled down on the mystery and craziness of season 1, turning a show about robotic cowboys into a mashup of Person of Interest and Blade Runner, as timelines diverged before converging in the finale. For one, we found out that Delos (the company in charge of the park) had actually been stealing information on every guest who entered the park, scanning their brains with the cowboy hats in an effort to turn humans into hosts.Meanwhile, a whole lot of hosts died, including Akecheta (Zahn McClarnon), Maeve’s daughter (Jasmyn Rae), and poor Teddy (James Marsden), who crossed over into the “Valley Beyond.” Maeve (Thandie Newton) and Bernard (Jeffrey Wright) were killed, as was Charlotte Hale (Tessa Thompson), though the latter was rebuilt as a host inhabited by the consciousness of Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood), who escaped from the park, rebuilt Bernard and wants to take over the world. Meanwhile, the Man in Black (Ed Harris) seemingly died, but a post-credits scene presented what seemed to be a host version of him in a distant future.WHERE WE’RE HEADEDSo far, we’ve seen four trailers for season 3, which don’t really tell us much in terms of plot, but give us some ideas as to what will happen, and most importantly, where it will happen. First off was a short teaser at the end of season 2 that introduced us to a new character (more on him later) and a wealth of new technology like self-driving motorcycles, robot construction workers, dresses that change color and reform at the wearer’s will, new and fancy cars without doors, a kind of very slim helicopter, and more.Then we got a full trailer at Comic-Con last year, where we were introduced to Dolores’ plan for the season – to expose the dark side of humanity and bring our civilization down, even if we outnumber the hosts. There’s a plot to destroy Dolores, led by Bernard, human animosity toward hosts, and hints of a lot more action than we had seen before. HBO announced the release date for season 3 with a teaser that filled fans in on some of the history of the show’s universe, outlining “divergences” that began with the impeachment of Donald Trump, and continued with future assassinations, civil wars, thermonuclear disasters, and the establishing of a “system” in 2039 that lasted until 2058 (presumably when Dolores emerged into the human world) with a voice over explaining that “we are in the middle of a war.” During the show s Comic-Con panel, Nolan talked about how determinism and algorithms play a big part in season 3, saying the show would explore “the Netflix effect, there is a giant algorithm in the sky that decides what you are going to watch.”

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亚博游戏网址 The latest on Gotham’s final season, Cameron Monaghan opens up about his return to Shameless, Marvel TV boss shares intel, a Lost reboot tops ABC chief s wishlist, and more TV news.TOP STORYWho Plays Batman in Gotham’s Finale?Young Bruce Wayne s transition into the Batman is almost complete, and reporters at Fox s Gotham panel at the Television Critics Association winter press tour in Los Angeles were treated to a sizzle reel including the first look at the series caped crusader in his final form. But is that star David Mazouz under the cowl? Yes and no, executive producer John Stephens said. While it s Mazouz s face you ll see and voice you ll hear, it wasn t physically him in the suit — simply because the suit was made to fit someone with a 6 4 frame.The series will see a 10-year flash-forward before it ends, when we ll see older versions of other Batman characters (rather than the developing versions Gotham has portrayed over the years). Camren Bicondova confirmed that a fully realized version of Catwoman will appear in the finale, along with full-on versions of Penguin and Riddler. As for the Joker, it s still up in the air.Producers have refused to confirm whether Cameron Monaghan s character will be the joker, but Stephens teased, If he’s not the Joker, then he’s someone who provides the origin story for who becomes the Joker. Another flash-forward tidbit: Ed and Oswald are still friends in the future. As Robin Lord Taylor (a.k.a. Oswald Cobblepot/The Penguin) said, Keep your friends close and your enemies closer. That s the dance between the two of them. Will ABC Get Lost Again?(Photo by Mario Perez/ABC/Courtesy Everett Collection)“We have to go back,” Jack famously pleaded to Kate on Lost. But does ABC have any interest in revisiting its seminal mystery series? Yes, I would like [a reboot] very much. That is a reboot I would be interested in seeing,” new ABC boss Karey Burke told reporters when asked whether she was planning to bring back the show. But unfortunately, it’s only a personal wish from a Lost superfan.Burke, just two months into her position as ABC Entertainment president, included the “we have to go back” scene in a clip reel for reporters demonstrating the types of shows she hopes to bring to ABC in her time at the network. It was not an indication of any actual plans to reboot Lost. It s literally at this point just what I dream about when I go to bed at night, she told The Hollywood Reporter. I have not spoken to [exec producers] Carlton [Cuse] or J.J. [Abrams] or ABC Studios about it. But I do often get asked the question what show would I reboot and often my answer is Lost — sometimes Alias. Nothing to report yet. Maybe ever. But it would be a fun thing to have a conversation about. Cameron Monaghan Explains His Shameless Return(Photo by Paul Sarkis/SHOWTIME)Fans were shocked when Cameron Monaghan exited Showtime s Shameless halfway through the series ninth season. But when the network announced the series renewal for a tenth season — without star Emmy Rossum, who departs at the end of season 9 — it revealed that Monaghan s Ian Gallagher would be returning to the series.The actor told Rotten Tomatoes and a small group of reporters that his decision to leave (and subsequently to come back) was a nexus of creativity and business. While he wanted to step away for creative and business reasons, after a chat with showrunner John Wells about Ian s future he decided to come back. We got to a place both creatively and financially where I felt comfortable coming back, and much of that had to do with what we were going to do with the story, he revealed. While the season hasn t been written yet, he hopes Ian will focus on himself in season 10. I think it s interesting that he worked his way up, got his life on track, and then completely wrecked it, unfortunately — and some of that wasn t even fully his fault, Monaghan said. But I think that seeing him learn to lead the family, take care of himself, and be on the straight and narrow and how to work with that would be a very interesting arc for him, so I d like to see something outside of just him searching and being single and hooking up with people, that kind of stuff. As for the loss of Rossum, Monaghan emphasized that the series, about a struggling Chicago family, is an ensemble show. And because of that, over the course of the last five to six years, characters have grown up and really branched out and the stories had become very separate. It was very rare that I would get the privilege of acting with Emmy anymore; it’s just one of those things. We’re going to lose that thread and that’s a loss for us, but that being said, I feel like we have enough other characters and storylines across the board that they can absorb and it won’t feel like too much of a change to the overall fabric of the show. Marvel Isn’t Looking for the Next Jessica JonesThe third and final season of FX’s Legion is debuting this year, and most of Marvel’s Netflix series have been retired. But in building up its TV library again – perhaps on new streaming service Disney+ – Marvel is not looking to repeat anything that’s been done before.“We aren’t looking for the next Jessica Jones. There is a Jessica Jones. So it’s being able to keep telling different stories,” Marvel TV boss Jeph Loeb told reporters on Legion’s final season TCA panel on Monday. “And if you’re a comic book fan, it actually is something that you really understand because comic book fans know that each comic has a different writer, has a different tone, has a different artistry, has a different look. So it’s usually not that case if you’re running a studio, but that’s what we try to do.”Loeb hopes that his studio has created an atmosphere in which showrunners feel that they have creative freedom to tell many different stories. Lauren Shuler Donner, Legion executive producer and a main driving force behind the X-Men franchise, said she and her colleagues want to make sure each X-Men story feels different and creative too.“After the first three X-Men, I started to get worried that people would get tired of the X-Men and feel like, ‘I’ve seen this before.’ So when we entered into X-Men: First Class, Matthew Vaughn approached it as a Bond movie,” she said. “So we tried to change the tone in every movie. Obviously, Logan is a Western, and Deadpool is a crazy comedy, and Gambit was going to be a heist and now rom-com, and New Mutants a horror film.”When Noah Hawley approached her with his take on Legion – which he described as the “dissection of a villain, “I thought, ‘OK. That is, then, good. Then we’re away from the X-Men movies. We’re not going to have a repeat, and this is going to be something very different,’” she said. “And that, I believe, is the only way to sustain continuing X-Men and Marvel properties. They must be unique and different every single time, or they’ll step on each other.”Party of Five Takes on 2019(Photo by Courtesy Everett Collection)Freeform has officially ordered a rebooted version of ’90s drama Party of Five. Instead of the Salinger kids, whose parents were killed in a car accident with a drunk driver, the new series will follow the Acostas, whose parents are deported.“This show is about grief in a slightly different way, because what is lost is not gone forever,” executive producer and original co-creator Chris Keyser told reporters at TCA.The series will tackle the current immigration debate head-on, which gives the show an advantage because “it’s real. It’s happening every day,” executive producer and original co-creator Amy Lippman said. Additionally, the new version’s added layer will include the parents struggling to care for their children from a distance.Ultimately, Lippman said, “It’s our intention to make it different, and yet at the same time, there are moments almost like Easter eggs. There’s a scene in the pilot that was a scene in the original Party of Five pilot 25 years ago. There’s enough for our fans of long ago to see echoes of the original series.”But will any original cast members show up? Perhaps in the future, but “not yet,” Lippman teased.

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