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万博体育游戏采用百度引擎7(Baidu 3)但即便如此,《鬼泣》手游也并未对动作框架的设计做太多妥协,去往常见的一键出招上靠拢,而是恰当地做了适度简化。游戏将正传中的要素做拆解和重构,尽量将《鬼泣》式的操作思维呈现出来,让玩家在可控的范围内感受搓招乐趣。

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天晴天族神途是一款玩法高度自由的传奇角色扮演手游,游戏中延续了端游的经典玩法,顶级画质,流畅操作,玩家在手机上就能够感受酣畅淋漓的游戏体验,经典的战法道三大职业设定,熟悉的操作让玩家可以快速上手,兄弟齐心,面对各种强大的BOSS都可以轻松对战! Marvel Studios has been courting Jake Gyllenhaal to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe for years. But it wasn t until the role of Quentin Beck/Mysterio in Spider-Man: Far From Home came to him that the acclaimed actor decided to suit up. It s a good thing he said yes, too: fans are already hailing Mysterio – and consider this a major spoiler warning if you have not seen the film – one of the best MCU villains yet.What was it about the fan-favorite villain that got Gyllenhaal to finally say yes? And how did he prepare for a role that would marry his quirky Gyllenhaal-ness with the fiendish supervillainy of the MCU? In this exclusive, extended interview, Gyllenhaal details everything that attracted him to the role of Beck, as well as his approach to the character and his motivations. Plus, the actor breaks down what it s like to be in an MCU action scene, how he dealt with Mysterio s costume, forging a relationship with Peter Parker, and gets deep on the movie s biggest twists and surprises.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
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2. 公平游戏环境
DC is on a roll with another critical hit, if the first reactions to Birds of Prey on social media are any indication. The comic book movie premiered Wednesday and squashed any concern that the all-women antihero team-up could be as disappointing as Suicide Squad. Margot Robbie stood out in that DCEU entry as Harley Quinn, and now she gets to wow audiences again, this time in a better adaptation, one that will reportedly have fans begging for more.Here’s what critics are saying about Birds of Prey in the first round-up of social reactions:So, how is it?Birds of Prey is f king spectacular and a huge five stars from me.  Millicent Thomas, Screen QueensBirds of Prey is an absolute blast and undeniably fun live wire jolt of adrenaline. Delightfully devilish and deliriously wicked, this irreverent, rule-breaking riot delivers a contact high.  Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionAbsolutely BLOWN AWAY!  Kristen Lopez, FanSidedBirds of Prey is a solid breakup movie with a soundtrack that slaps…we get a rare glimpse into the rich inner life of a female supervillain (and it actually delivers on what was promised in the trailer).  Alison Foreman, MashableBirds of Prey is a totally campy and brutal carnival ride; a colorful, chaotic and cheeky blast.  Katie Walsh, Tribune News ServiceA rockin’ kick ass good time!  Griffin Schiller, The PlaylistIt s a bonkers bananas crime comedy and a genuine party movie.  Scott Mendelson, ForbesSo it s one of the better DC movies?I’m happy to report that it s my favorite modern DC movie yet. Like Shazam!, it carves its own path with totally unique aesthetic, action, and tone. Michael Rougeau, GameSpotThis looks and feels so different than any other superhero movie I’ve seen (and I feel like many will say it’s what they wish Suicide Squad had been in execution). Full credit to Cathy Yan for that, it’s clear they had a lot of fun making something so different. Terri Schwartz, IGNLeagues better than Suicide Squad. Alison Foreman, MashableAs opposed to Suicide Squad, the story, characters and themes are confidently carried through by Cathy Yan’s terrific direction. Griffin Schiller, The Playlist(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)Is this the movie Margot Robbie s Harley deserves?Margot Robbie completely sells the incredibly choreographed fight sequences and their gleeful brutality. Terri Schwartz, IGNRobbie is excellent. Germain Lussier, io9It’s a terrific, vicious vehicle for Margot Robbie. Sean O Connell, Cinema BlendMargot Robbie is on top-form, Harley has never been quirkier and more lovable. Ben Rolph, Discussing FilmIt s at its best when going full Harley-vision, and Margot Robbie is clearly having a blast. Eric Eisenberg, Cinema BlendWhat about the rest of the cast?The chemistry amongst the cast was great. Dorian Parks, Geeks of ColorRobbie, Smollett, Winstead, Perez and Basco are perfection. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionIt’s truly an ensemble with every woman bringing it (Rosie and Jurnee are my faves tho). Yolanda Machado, The WrapJurnee Smollett-Bell steals the show! Kristen Lopez, FanSidedMary Elizabeth Winstead s Huntress is the not-so-secret MVP. Angie Han, MashableEveryone is having a blast but Mary Elizabeth Winstead plays Huntress like a supporting character from The Tick. It rocks. Scott Mendelson, Forbes(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)Is there an spinoff potential?If Birds of Prey told me anything, it’s that we need a whole lot more Canary and Huntress! They are great but there’s a lot left on the bone! Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comI would love to see more Black Canary and Huntress in the future. Dorian Parks, Geeks of ColorI loved all these ladies and am looking forward to the sequel/spin-off. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentDoes it have worthy villains?COULD NOT get enough of McGregor’s Black Mask; hysterical, eccentric, and deliciously pathetic. Griffin Schiller, The PlaylistEwan McGregor is so sinister and often hilarious. Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comEwan McGregor is on a different frequency, but wildly entertains! Sean O Connell, Cinema BlendFYC: Ewan MacGregor, Best Supporting Actor. Katie Walsh, Tribune News ServiceAdd Chris Messina chewing every piece of scenery in sight!! Jason Guerrasio, Business InsiderI would like to send a lil prayer of thanks for the costume, makeup, and hair people responsible for Chris Messina s entire situation here because wow yes thank you. Angie Han, MashableThe villains are delicious. Jill Pantozzi, io9(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)How s the action?Action sequences are capably choreographed, shot and assembled, showing off an invigorating stunt spectacular, spotlighting women as individuals and as a team. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionIt is worth seeing Birds of Prey for the kick ass action and the Funhouse Fight Scene, alone. Sean O Connell, Cinema BlendThe fight scenes are phenomenal. Jill Pantozzi, io9Has the best choreographed fight sequences I ve seen in a superhero movie. Rosie Knight, IGNSome of the most inventive, bone-crunching fight sequences in the superhero genre to date. Laura Prudom, IGNI’m pretty sure if you took the total amount of action sequences versus total screen time, this would be one of the highest percentages of action in the modern comic book movie era? Someone do the math for me later please. Terri Schwartz, IGNHow does it look in general?Cathy Yan is a genius… Loved how Yan builds her masterful mayhem with visual gags and colorful aesthetics. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionCathy Yan and DP Matthew Libatique create a visually distinct and luscious film that s badass, funny and provocative. Kristen Lopez, FanSidedCathy Yan created a Gotham that I can t wait to revisit. Yolanda Machado, The WrapCathy Yan s direction manages to feel intimate and thoughtful whilst also offering up the mile a minute madness that Harley and co. need. Rosie Knight, IGNWell-made, shot with beautiful colour and overall, a sleek piece of grand entertainment. Ben Rolph, Discussing Film(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)What other movies does it compare to?The only fair comparison for Birds of Prey, if you want one, is Deadpool. They have a lot in common, especially their use of fourth-wall breaking and R-Ratings! Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comIt’s DC’s Deadpool with a dash of Tarantino. Griffin Schiller, The PlaylistKinda plays like a Guy Ritchie gangster movie. Scott Mendelson, ForbesThe action reminded me a lot of John Wick. Dorian Parks, Geeks of ColorDoes it earn its R rating?It’s sooooooooooooo R rated. Sean O Connell, Cinema BlendIt’s VERY violent in places and there are a couple of quite dark scenes (also lots of f-bombs). Clarisse Loughrey, IndependentCathy Yan has created a music infused celebration of female badassery. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentFINALLY!!!! Who actually kicks ass with long ass hair flinging around? Extra cheers for Yan and Hodson for putting that in knowing this is how women would do it!!… If the DCEU doesn t hand everything over to women now, they are clearly out of their minds. Yolanda Machado, The Wrap(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)OK, so let s hear about its problems.Uneven tone and pacing… The girls at their best together, and they re not together enough. Angie Han, MashableLulls a bit in the middle and is a little on the slight side definitely errs on the side of style over substance but the little character moments make it sparkle. Hoai-Tran Bui, SlashfilmThe pacing isn t always fantastic (and at 1hr 40min some of it still dragged), but it s worth a watch. Alison Foreman, MashableBirds of Prey isn t a Birds of Prey movie so much as it s a Harley Quinn movie featuring Birds of Prey, and that creates issues story-wise and in fleshing out characters. Eric Eisenberg, Cinema BlendAt times the style can be a bit too abrasive, pacing a bit jolty, and it does feel like it’s balancing two movies (Harley Quinn and Birds of Prey). Griffin Schiller, The PlaylistIt’s tamer than expected and the basic story can get lost in the complex setups but it works more often than not. Germain Lussier, io9Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of one Harley Quinn) opens on February 7.万博体育游戏The producers’ sense of humor led them to directly adapt one idea from a 2001 JLA story by introducing a villain called the Queen of Fables (voiced by Wanda Sykes in the series) in the exact state the Justice League left her at the end of the issue – stuck inside a paper copy of the United States tax code.“We just thought that was so funny and absurd,” Schumacker said. “And then we were like, ‘What s the next evolution of that?’ What can she do inside of that tax code? Well, she can become a CPA.”But beyond her humorous appearance, the Queen of Fables also serves a role in Harley’s ongoing story.“We wanted a very powerful, female supervillain to act as sort of the cautionary tale for Harley if she were to break [the Legion of Doom’s] glass ceiling, and the Queen of Fables felt like a perfect fit,” Halpern explained, noting that her relative obscurity meant the character could serve this role in an accessible way to viewers who may not have read the original JLA story. “Even if you don t know who she is, [you realize], OK, she s an evil sorceress who has Gumby-like power. Got it. “Also [the League’s] punishment for her was so much worse than their punishment for literally every other supervillain,” he added. “That s what I think jumped out to us. I think that that was our jumping off point.”Nonetheless, viewers will see a major difference between Harley and the Queen of Fables. One which Halpern called their “North Star” while developing the series.“Harley has her own moral code, he said. It definitely does not align with the moral code of most people on Earth. But in her mind, she s doing what she thinks is right.”(Photo by DC Universe)Viewers will also see that moral flexibility with Poison Ivy, who insists she’s not part of Harley’s crew and just doing her thing to protect the environment. Her unique worldview also makes Harley the one human being she considers a friend.Historically, the two have had a rapport since the 1993 Batman: TAS episode “Harley and Ivy.” In the comics, it eventually evolved into a romantic dynamic. But for the purposes of Harley Quinn’s first season, that element is being downplayed for an important reason.“If we re breaking her away from the Joker and we re telling a story of self-discovery, we didn t want that self-discovery to get wrapped up in yet another relationship,” Halpern explained. “We didn t want Harley to be defined by the person she was dating. We wanted her to be able to explore [the question] ‘What does my life look like and what do I actually want when I m not tethered to someone else?’”Nonetheless, their relationship may be teased here and there, and Halpern suggested it may come into play in a potential second season.In the meantime, their friendship is one of the show’s highlights. Ivy’s deadpan delivery and Daria-like outlook bounces off the energetic Harley, who Halpern described as a “consummate optimist.” Well, an optimist freed from “societal pressures and norms” anyway.When not cracking jokes, the series will explore a little bit of the divide between Harley and her life as Dr. Harleen Quinzel. Although, both Halpern and Schumacker agreed “the core [of her] was still the same,” with Halpern adding there was “probably a lot of work to keep Harleen Harleen. ”It is the sort of thing adult animated shows explore alongside the freedom to curse.Harley Quinn premieres Friday, November 29 on DC Universe

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Disney and Marvel Studios dropped the first trailer for Avengers: Endgame – that s right, it has a title! – this morning and the tone is decidedly somber. We get fleeting glimpses of Thanos (a hand, some armor), Hawkeye shows up – finally – though, as many fans theorized, he comes in a new form, and Tony sends a missive to Pepper from the outer reaches of space, where he is floating alone, out of food, water, and, it seems, the will to go on. And, as ever, stay tuned for the trailer s equivalent of a post-credits sequence. This is gonna work, Steve, Natasha tells Steve We ll have to wait until May to see what this is, and whether in fact it does.Check out our coverage of Avengers: Infinity War:Every Record Avengers: Infinity War Has Broken So FarWhich Avengers Character Deserves the Most Blame for the Snap?Five Possible Outcomes for Avengers 4Avengers: Infinity War Easter EggsAvengers: Endgame is in theaters April 26, 2019

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0.12.6 2月喜迎This week s Ketchup brings you more headlines from the world of film development news, covering such titles as The Accountant 2, The Color Purple, Megalopolis, Salem s Lot.This WEEK S TOP STORYDISNEY IS ALREADY DEVELOPING ANOTHER JUNGLE CRUISE(Photo by Walt Disney Studios)This past summer, as both the Delta variant and day-and-date streaming strategies impacted the box office of several films, it s perhaps easy not to notice that films like Free Guy (Certified Fresh at 81%) and Jungle Cruise (Fresh at 62%), which did have free streaming competition, fared relatively well. Disney s Jungle Cruise, for example, despite all of its obstacles, has still managed to earn 0 million domestic, which, with everything else going on, is good enough that Walt Disney Pictures is indeed moving forward with plans for a sequel. Both Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt are expected to return (sequel options were probably already in their contracts), as are director Jaume Collet-Serra and co-writer Michael Green, who is officially the first creative back to work on the sequel. What Disney is not disclosing just yet is what the sequel could be about, or where it could be set (another river, or something else?). Disney certainly has plenty of other popular theme park attractions that could be adapted to fit the Jungle Cruise format with the same cast, such as say, Disney s Animal Kingdom. Among the projects Dwayne Johnson has coming soon are Netflix s Red Notice, the animated movie DC League of Super-Pets (5/20/2022), and the DC Comics adaptation Black Adam (7/29/2022), also directed by Jauime Collet-Serra.Other Top Headlines1. FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA MAY FINALLY GET HIS MEGALOPOLIS DREAM PROJECT MADE(Photo by ©Sony Pictures Classics)Many films take years to get made, while some are abandoned altogether. One of the projects with the longest film development phase is Megalopolis, which Francis Ford Coppola (The Godfather, Apocalypse Now) first started back in the 1980s (yes, nearly 40 years ago). Coppola s difficulty in getting Megalopolis going is especially noteworthy considering his status as a successful film producer, but the ambition and budget is usually cited as the biggest obstacle to the film getting greenlit (as well as similarities to the events of 9/11). Now 82 years old, Coppola has decided to throw his own money behind finally getting Megalopolis produced. The ambitious sci-fi epic about a futuristic city architect may have an impressive cast as well, as the actors Coppola has reportedly met with include Oscar Isaac, Cate Blanchett, Forest Whitaker, James Caan, Jessica Lange, Michelle Pfeiffer, Jon Voight, and Zendaya (and there will reportedly be many other roles for big names). Francis Ford Coppola reportedly has new liquidity with which to fund Megalopolis because of the recent sale of his Sonoma vineyards.2. POP STAR H.E.R. TO MAKE FEATURE ACTING DEBUT IN THE COLOR PURPLE REMAKE (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images)The two actresses that left the biggest impressions in Steven Spielberg s original adaptation of the Alice Walker novel The Color Purple (Fresh at 81%) were probably Whoopi Goldberg and Oprah Winfrey, but the film does have several strong female roles. Warner Bros. is currently well into pre-production on a big-screen adaptation of the Tony-winning Broadway musical (adapted from Walker s novel). Blitz Bazaule (Black is King) is directing and currently casting up, but the only name we knew before this week was Corey Hawkins (In the Heights), who will play Harpo. The second cast member announced is four-time Grammy-winning singer and songwriter H.E.R., who will be playing Squeak, the meek wife of Hawkins character (played by Rae Dawn Chong in the first film). Major roles yet to be cast include Celie (Whoopi Goldberg in the first film), Sofia (Oprah Winfrey), Shug Avery (Margaret Avery), and Mister (Danny Glover). Warner Bros. has already scheduled The Color Purple for release on December 20, 2023.3. SIGOURNEY WEAVER TO BE PAUL SCHRADER S MASTER GARDENER (Photo by Elizabeth Goodenough/Everett Collection)For some Martin Scorsese fans, Paul Schrader may always be best known as the screenwriter behind early Scorsese successes like Taxi Driver (Certified Fresh at  96%) and Raging Bull (Certified Fresh at 93%), but Schrader has stayed busy as a writer and director. He found success in 2017 with the Ethan Hawke priest drama First Reformed (Certified Fresh at 93%) and his film The Card Counter, starring Oscar Isaac and Tiffany Haddish, started its festival circuit run at Venice this week. With all that going on, Schrader is already quickly moving onto his next film, a thriller called Master Gardener. Joel Edgerton will play the title character, who works on the estate of a wealthy woman played by Sigourney Weaver, who requests he take on her troubled great niece as an apprentice, which upends his life, threatening to draw him back to his violent past. The role of the niece has apparently not been cast yet.4. CAPTAIN MARVEL CO-STAR LASHANA LYNCH JOINS HISTORICAL EPIC THE WOMAN KING (Photo by David M. Benett/Getty Images)Last summer, The Weekly Ketchup reported that Viola Davis was set to team up with director Gina Prince-Bythewood (Love and Basketball, The Secret Life of Bees) for the historical epic The Woman King, about the leader of an all-woman military branch of the Kingdom of Dahomey in the 18th and 19th centuries in Africa (in what is now Benin). The film appears closer to getting its greenlight from TriStar Pictures, as this week, Captain Marvel co-star Lashana Lynch also joined the cast of The Woman King. Davis will play the general in charge, with Lynch playing a charming veteran warrior, and relative newcomer Thuso Mbedu (The Underground Railroad) playing an ambitious recruit. 5. STEPHEN KING S SALEM S LOT FINALLY GETTING ITS FEATURE FILM ADAPTATION (Photo by Warner Bros. courtesy Everett Collection)Adaptations of Stephen King novels and short stories became so ubiquitous in the 1980s that it s almost hard to believe that before The Shining (Certified Fresh at 84%) came out in 1980, Carrie (Certified Fresh at 93%) was the only movie adapted from a Stephen King novel. That may have led to the strange circumstance in which King s second horror novel, the deconstruction of the vampire myth Salem s Lot, was adapted not as a movie but as a TV mini-series. There have been other versions of  Salem s Lot on TV since, but we re just now finally getting a Salem s Lot feature film. The film is quickly casting up this week, with three announcements in a row, starting with Makenzie Leigh, Bill Camp, and Spencer Treat Clark. Lewis Pullman (TV s Catch-22) was then announced as the film s lead, as an author who is basically Stephen King s stand-in. Then, most recently, Alfre Woodard also signed on for the doctor role (who was a male in the novel), who is sort of the Dr. Van Helsing of the story.6. JOHN MALKOVICH LEADS INDIE HORROR FILM CUCKOO (Photo by Aaron Epstein/©Netflix)NEON is an indie distributor that since 2017 has given us such films as Colossal (Certified Fresh at 81%), Ingrid Goes West (Certified Fresh at 86%), I Tonya (Certified Fresh at 90%), Portrait of a Lady on Fire (Certified Fresh at 98%), and the Academy Award Best Picture winner Parasite (Certified Fresh at 98%), among others. A few of those indicate that NEON tends to favor darkly humorous films, but this week, their new project Cuckoo is described as a straightforward horror film, suggesting something in the vein of A24 movies like Midsommar and The Witch. The premise is being kept basically secret, but we do know that the leads will be John Malkovich and Hunter Schafer (HBO s Euphoria), with Sofia Boutella (Kingsman: The Secret Service) and Gemma Chan (Marvel s upcoming Eternals) apparently in supporting roles.7. WARNER BROS. DID THE BOX OFFICE MATH AND MOVES FORWARD WITH THE ACCOUNTANT 2 (Photo by ©Warner bros.)After having a critical and box office hit with David Fincher s Gone Girl (Certified Fresh at 87%) in 2014, Ben Affleck s film output hit sort of a rough patch starting in 2016 that included both his Justice League movies and his non-Batman roles like The Accountant (Rotten at 52%) and Live by Night (Rotten at 34%). Despite that Tomatometer score, The Accountant did earn 5 million worldwide from a relatively modest budget of million, which was apparently good enough for Warner Bros. to give the go-ahead for a sequel. Gavin O Connor (who also directed Affleck in The Way Back) confirmed this week that Warner Bros. has officially started development on a sequel to The Accountant. Jon Bernthal s role is described as being more significant, though it s worth noting that neither Affleck nor Bernthal are signed for the sequel as of yet. At the same time, O Connor clarified that there will not be a Way Back sequel, but we are doing an Accountant sequel. 8. NO, NO, NOT THE BEES: JASON STATHAM ALL ABUZZ ABOUT THE BEE KEEPER (Photo by Warner Bros.)Since reinventing his screen persona with Taken, Liam Neeson has essentially created a new genre of action films that could easily be defined as Liam Neeson as insert-profession-here , such as Cold Pursuit (Liam Neeson as a snow plow driver) and The Ice Road (Liam Neeson as an ice road trucker). This story is actually about a new Jason Statham movie, but the idea behind it sounds like one of those Neeson projects, because it s Jason Statham as The Bee Keeper. The premise is being kept secret, but it s described as a lightning-paced thriller deeply steeped in the mythology of bee keeping. Yes, really. One has to wonder if Statham saw the Nicolas Cage remake of The Wicker Man (Rotten at 15%), and thought, yes, that, but it s me kicking ass and making bee puns. We should see what all the buzz is about in 2023 or so.9. THIS WEEK IN JASON STATHAM PART 2: THE EXPENDABLES 4 RECRUITS MEGAN FOX, 50 CENT, AND TONY JAA (Photo by Phil Bray/©Lionsgate)One of the appeals of an ensemble-dependent action franchise like The Expendables is that each new film introduces new stars (keeping in mind that the first film itself had over a dozen of them). The Expendables 2 (Fresh at 67%) brought in Chuck Norris, Liam Hemsworth, and Jean-Claude Van Damme, while The Expendables 3 (Rotten at 32%) added Antonio Banderas, Harrison Ford, Mel Gibson, and Wesley Snipes. There will be at least 8 years between The Expendables 3 in 2014 and whenever The Expendables 4 comes out (probably 2022 or 2023), but the fourth one is indeed happening. The new cast members will include Megan Fox (Transformers), rapper-turned-actor 50 Cent, and  Tony Jaa, and they ll be joined by Expendables alumni Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Dolph Lundgren, and Randy Couture. It s unclear if there will be other new cast members who haven t yet been announced. The Expendables 4 will be directed by stuntman-turned-director Scott Waugh (Act of Valor, Need for Speed).On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
Watch: Makeup artist John Caglione Jr. and 42 Entertainment CEO Susan Bonds on creating the look of the Joker, and revealing it to the world.In 2019, Rotten Tomatoes turns 21, and to mark the occasion we’re celebrating the 21 Most Memorable Moments from the movies over the last 21 years. In this special video series, we speak to the actors and filmmakers who made those moments happen, revealing behind-the-scenes details of how they came to be and diving deep into why they’ve stuck with us for so long. Once we’ve announced all 21, it will be up to you, the fans, to vote for which is the most memorable moment of all. In this episode of our ‘21 Most Memorable Moments’ series, makeup artist John Caglione Jr. and Susan Bonds, CEO of 42 Entertainment, break down how the iconic look of Heath Ledger s Joker came to be, and how it was first shown to the world.VOTE FOR THIS MOMENT IN OUR 21 MOST MEMORABLE MOVIE MOMENTS POLLThe Movie: The Dark Knight (2008) 94%It may not have kicked off a cinematic universe, but there’s no denying that Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight is among the most important superhero movies ever made – and some would say one of the most important movies, period. Released in the summer of 2008, just a few months after Iron Man, it would go on to earn rave reviews (Certified Fresh at 94% on the Tomatometer), make billion at the global box office, and be nominated for eight Oscars, ultimately winning for Best Sound Editing and Best Supporting Actor for Heath Ledger. It would also change the Oscars forever: the outcry over the film’s Best Picture nomination snub led to the Academy changing its rules to allow 10 nominees. We found it impossible to isolate a single moment from the film to celebrate for this series, and instead landed on Ledger’s Joker as a whole – a performance, a visual, and a legacy that feels like one mammoth moment in and of itself. And yet, not everyone was convinced the young Australian actor had what it would take to inhabit the character. Here, Susan Bonds, CEO of experiential marketing company 42 Entertainment, reveals how she worked with the filmmakers on the viral campaign that first revealed the Joker to fans, more than a year out from the film’s release – a bravura instance of viral marketing that turned the conversation around and gave fans their first taste of what was going to be one of the most incredible characters and performances to ever hit the big screen. John Caglione Jr., the makeup artist who collaborated with Ledger on the Joker, then reveals how they discovered the character’s iconic look.42 Entertainment was charged with engaging fans with the new film. (Photo by ©Warner Bros./Courtesy Everett Collection)“Remember the Joker card at the end? It was kind of like, well, who is this guy?”Susan Bonds: “One of the first things that our chief creative Alex Lieu suggested to me is go to read The Killing Joke, and go read The Long Halloween, and just go read some of these seminal stories that the Joker was featured in to understand his character. He was very unpredictable. He was an agent of chaos, I believe, is what the Nolans referred to him as, but he was someone who was a very compelling character as well. He had a tragic past; he had a tragic story. We started [the story of the marketing experience] from the last frame of Batman Begins: The head of the mob had been killed, Jim Gordon and Batman were kind of forging their relationship, Harvey Dent wasn t even a conversation at that point. But the Joker… remember the Joker card at the end? It was kind of like, well, who is this guy? The Joker had just barely been introduced. [We wanted to] use the Joker and lead up to TheDark Knight.To give people in Gotham City exposure to who this character might be.”“Quite frankly, the community was very split about how Heath Ledger was going to come in and play one of the most iconic villains of all time.”Bonds: It s hard for us to remember now, because, the film has been out and it s so beloved, but at the time there was a huge amount of curiosity, from fans, about this character. Another thing that we always do [when preparing a campaign], is we go on the message boards and read, and obviously there are very strong fan communities around superhero properties. There was a lot of discussion, and quite frankly, the community was very split about how Heath Ledger was going to come in and play one of the most iconic villains of all time. Jack Nicholson had put an amazing stamp on the character in the first film. And also Heath hadn t really done anything similar to this. In fact, he d done some things that were quite the opposite of this, and I think that there were a lot of questions about whether or not he could play this villain. Now we [at the company], had the benefit of seeing Heath in makeup and even the first reports off the set were just that he was absolutely just transformational. But how do you close that gap, of that uncertainty in the public vein? Of course, it s going to be a year-and-a-half before they see the film. So, one of the things that we did is we put a spotlight on that character from the beginning, and the filmmakers wanted to get out to the community the very first picture of Heath in the Joker make-up.”The first photo the world saw of Ledger s Joker. (Photo by © Warner Bros. Pictures, 42 Entertainment)“I think it took over 20 hours and 97,000 e-mails for people to reveal this image.”Bonds: “We devised a scenario where, in comic-book stores all across the country, [fans] found Joker cards that said, ‘I believe in Harvey Dent, too.’ We had put up a little teaser on the Warner Bros. site where you could find ‘I believe in Harvey Dent’ and see the campaign poster featuring Aaron Eckhart for the first time. And so they followed the cards to a URL where, essentially, they got to cast their vote and put in their e-mail address to get x and y co-ordinates, and that allowed them to take a pixel away from the campaign poster revealing the first image of the Joker. This was over year, about fifteen months, before it was coming out. It caught on fire, and I think it took over 20 hours and 97,000 e-mails for people to reveal this image. And, of course, in the process, they re putting up their own pictures of what they think it s going to be like. It really was a very, very effective and dramatic way to change the conversation. I remember having a very visceral reaction to [that first image]. I probably had the same emotional reaction most people had when they saw it. It s very intriguing. I couldn t even really tell it was Heath, you know. It definitely made me want to get more involved in the world.”The Moment: A Different Kind of JokerFrom the moment the world saw that first image of the Joker, the conversation did change. Fans were no longer skeptical: this was the unique, dark take on the character that many had been waiting for. Here was a Joker that wore clown makeup, of a kind, but was no clown. It set the tone not just for the character, but the whole film, and the marketing campaign that led up to it (including landmark activations from 42 Entertainment). Eventually, “Why So Serious?” would become a catch cry for the film – a line smeared in red across posters, repeated in trailers – and one that captured the Joker’s taunting of Batman but also the character and the movie’s taunting of the audience. But more than anything, it was that scarred, smudged, terrifying grin, with Ledger lurking somewhere beneath it, that would stick with us for years: the face of a maniac who was capable of anything. Here, Caglione explains how he and Ledger created it.“Chris brought in books of Francis Bacon paintings, these very blurry images. That really set the tone and set us in a direction of really just muting down and degrading the makeup.”John Caglione Jr.: “I think Heath was in a preliminary wardrobe fitting when I met him. And he was with Chris. And then from there, I did some sketches based on reading the script and meeting with those guys. I think that universe that Chris wanted to create was a very real universe. I went away and started doing little sketches… But it didn t really start to happen until I got to London and we started playing with makeup on Heath and experimenting with a very decaying, kind o
New Trailers: ESPN s The Last Dance Michael Jordan Docuseries Moves From Summer to an April 19 PremiereMore trailers:Normal People, adaptation of Sally Rooney’s bestselling novel, starring Daisy Edgar-Jones and Paul Mescal (Hulu)#blackAF, season 1, starring Rashida Jones and Kenya Barris (Netflix)I Know This Much Is True, a limited series starring Mark Ruffalo (HBO)Bad Education, true crime story starring Hugh Jackman (HBO)Rick and Morty, the second half of season 3, which premieres on May 3 (Adult Swim)Punk d, hosted by Chance the Rapper (Quibi)Dirty John: The Betty Broderick Story, season 2, starring Amanda Peet and Christian Slater (USA)The Main Event, a WWE-themed movie starring Tichina Arnold, Seth Carr, Adam Pally, and The Miz (Netflix)When the Street Lights Go On, teen murder mystery, starring Queen Latifah (Quibi)The Good Fight, season 4, starring Christine Baranski and John Larroquette (CBS All Access)American Dad!, 15th anniversary, with guest stars The Weeknd, Patton Oswalt, and Ron Perlman (TBS)What We Do in the Shadows, season 2 (FX)Future Man, season 3, starring Josh Hutcherson (Hulu)Trying, season 1, dramedy starring Esther Smith and Rafe Spall (Apple TV+)Outer Banks, teen drama starring Charles Esten (Netflix)Love Wedding Repeat, a wedding comedy starring Olivia Munn (Netflix)LA Originals, a documentary about Chicano artists Mister Cartoon and Estevan Oriol (Netflix)Gayme Show, hosted by Matt Rogers and Dave Mizzoni (Quibi)Skrrt with Offset, a reality show about celebrities and their cars, hosted by Offset (Quibi)The Innocence Files, a docuseries about cases of wrongful conviction (Netflix)For all the latest TV and streaming trailers, subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel.Streaming Services See Major Uptick in Viewing Minutes(Photo by Netflix)No big surprise here: as the shelter-in-place orders continued to stack up across the country, the amount of time viewers have spent watching streaming services has continued to grow. For the week of March 16, the number of minutes spent viewing streaming platforms increased by 34 percent from the week of March 2, from 116.4 billion minutes to 156.1 billion, as per Nielsen data. Netflix had 29 percent of the total, followed by YouTube with 20 percent, Hulu with 10, Amazon with 9, and the other major streamers, including Disney+ and CBS All Access, sharing the remaining 31 percent. Netflix’s top program for the week of March 16: the Mark Wahlberg movie Spenser Confidential, claiming 1.25 billion minutes. (THR)Speaking of CBS All Access, the streaming service has extended its previously announced 30-day free trial offer to 60 days, with the codes GIFT and ENJOY.Casting News: Lost Star Josh Holloway Joins Yellowstone(Photo by Isabella Vosmikova/USA Network)Lost and Colony alum Josh Holloway joins the cast of Paramount Network’s Yellowstone for its third season, which premieres in June. 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Pixar s Onward is a suburban fantasy adventure about two brothers seeking to resurrect their dad for one last day together. Better get out the tissues Tom Holland reflects on the opportunity to be both Spider-Man and a Pixar character, while Chris Pratt talks about growing up with his older brother and how he ll react to Onward. Also, producer Kori Rae and director Dan Scanlon explain why now was the time for Pixar s jump into fantasy, and muse on life s habit of making the funniest things happen at the worst time possible.Onward opens this Friday in theaters everywhere.
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Congratulations to #HoneyBoy director @Almaharel for winning the First-Time Feature Film directing award at last night s #DGAAwards! pic.twitter.com/cvu0qSiQzu Rotten Tomatoes (@RottenTomatoes) January 26, 2020Let s talk about Free the Work – the searchable database you founded where people can find underrepresented creators to work with. It comes off the back of your organization, Free the Bid, which you developed to help people get work in commercials. Why did you set up these organizations — what need were you looking to fill?Har el: I guess I was very much like a struggling immigrant and an independent filmmaker, trying to make my mark and develop my voice and find a way to sustain myself. And I ve realized that a lot of the filmmakers that I grew up admiring — you could call them like independent American auteurs, like Spike Jonze — a lot of the ways some of these filmmakers supported themselves was through directing commercials. I always was wondering about it as somebody that has no safety net to fall on and no way to support myself financially and never went to film school. And I was like, how could these people exist? And how do they make it work between films? And realizing that it s such a big part of how male filmmakers often support themselves – is by directing other things. I wanted to make sure that the doors were open to women.When I got in myself and managed to direct some commercials and win awards for that, I realized that on every triple bid that I was on, I was always the only woman that s even allowed to bid. [Editor s note: a triple bid is where an advertiser, agency, or client requests bids for a project/assignment from three creatives.] So Free the Bid started before Free the Work by creating that kind of system of commitment from advertising agencies and brands to allow a woman to bid. And it definitely made a huge change in the advertising world in terms of the amount of women that are directing.I think what we re seeing now is, as with everything, that women of color and Black women haven t gotten the same opportunity as white women. But that s something we ve been really putting a lot of focus on since we launched Free the Work, which has expanded to take care and to represent and find opportunities for underrepresented creators that are not just women, but people of color and people from the LGBTQIA community, people with a disability. Ageism I would say is a huge thing, too, both for women and for men, but especially for women.So all of those things come together to really make sure that more women get an opportunity to be considered, to be hired, and also to sustain their careers when they re not making a movie, when they re not on a production. I think just seeing the amount of work that does get made, and then often doesn t get recognized, is another story that I ve also focused on in the past few years.Eliza Scanlen and Toby Wallace in Shannon Murphy s Babyteeth. (Photo by © IFC Films)That’s why I get such joy when I see some of the films on this list below. Because for instance, a film like Babyteeth, which is, to me it s like my favorite film of the year I would say. Eliza Scanlen gives an incredible performance; Toby Wallace is I think one of the best new actors that I ve seen. Michelle Lotters and Ben Mendelsohn, it s like four perfect performances. And it s directed by a woman, Shannon Murphy, it s her first film. It s written by Rita Kalnejais, it s her first script, a theater playwright. You have this film that has a first-time script writer and first-time director that had four incredible performances and definitely got some amazing reviews. And that s, to me, really exciting to see that that happens.You have three films on your list of Women s History Month recommendations that are fairly well known, but they re so different, being Raw, Portrait Of A Lady On Fire, and Beach Rats. It s so incredible to me, especially Beach Rats, because that to me is my favorite Eliza Hittman movie; I just felt like what she did and what Harris Dickinson did in that movie was just so It didn t feel like cinema. It just felt like you were taking a slice of this person s life. And then Céline Sciamma with that sweeping epic romance in Portrait, and then on the other side, Julia Ducournau with this completely inventive horror-movie and coming-of-age tale, Raw.Har el: And exceptional visually her film, too, Raw. It has sequences in it that are just extremely cinematic and moody and transcend anything you can think about in the context of horror, in terms of your relationship to your body and blood and all of those things. It s really such an impressive film. And I believe that Beach Rats just pierced the screen in terms of the way it became one with reality. And it was amazing. Portrait of a Lady, the ending itself, that last scene with that long shot of her watching, it s unforgettable. It really stays with you.Adele Haenel and Noemie Merlant in Céline Sciamma s Portrait of a Lady On Fire. (Photo by © Neon)It’s another film that, by the way, has such a charisma. It s so easy to have charisma when there s, I don t know, a lot of tension and fireworks and budgets and all of those things. But sometimes you see a film that just has this inherent charisma and soul. And just these things that it s almost like meeting somebody when you see this film, you know what I mean? You re not just watching a film, you re meeting somebody.Absolutely.Har el: You re not really meeting the filmmaker, or not only meeting the filmmaker, you re meeting the moment that brought them together with all of these people who were on this crew and made this film together. But you re just meeting it. Like, I don t know, it s like this feeling. I can t really explain it and I have it sometimes.By the way, speaking about sticking the landing, the film Or — which means “light” in Hebrew — it has one of my favorite actresses in the world; her name is Dana Ivgy and she was absolutely brilliant. And that film s ending has f ked me up for years. I still think about it. If you want a good landing, watch that film, because you re watching the whole film, you think you re watching one thing, and then in the end, you realize what you witnessed. And you re a witness when you see this film. You re a witness. It s amazing. It s unbelievable.William Eadie in Lynne Ramsay s Ratcatcher. (Photo by © First Look International)I also want to make sure I touch on Lynne Ramsay because she illustrates one of the more difficult sides of female filmmaking right now, and that is the gap between films. Because she did Ratcatcher in 99, and then Morvern Callar, and then it was almost 10 years before We Need To Talk About Kevin, and it kind of shows this disparity. Male filmmakers: one good indie film and they re directing a Marvel movie. Which has changed more recently, but she did Ratcatcher and it took almost another decade before we really got her consistently working in Hollywood.Har el: Ratcatcher is such a seminal movie to so many of the filmmakers that I know. I mean, I know that Natasha Braier [the cinematographer who shot Honey Boy], almost every time she shoots a film, she watches Ratcatcher before. And I saw it when I was obviously really young and I couldn t even articulate what I saw in it. I mean, I couldn t really say what I see in cinema until I made cinema in a way. Because, I don t know, I ve never studied it and I wasn t very theoretical about it. I was just very raw about it. There was something about Ratcatcher, though, that literally opened my mind to what s possible in terms of getting into somebody s head and mood and feelings through watching the screen. It’s just a film that I m sure informed so much of what I did in Bombay Beach and a lot of my work, because it just has that nuance. And at the same time, it s just visually yeah, it s just arresting. Again, it has that charisma and that kind of unexplained feeling that you are transported somewhere.Alma Har el s Honey Boy is available on Amazon Prime; Bombay Beach is available on Vudu and FandangoNOW.Alma Har el s 10 Films – And One Series! – For Women s History Month
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Ghcxuf rst thing that starts to sort of threaten her worldview: Well, wait a minute, wait a minute. Women are doing this? Because that wasn t something that I thought was possible and no one told me that that was an option. And you see … she s somewhat hostile to the idea, but as time passes she gets over that, she copes again, she makes new plans, she figures out how to keep her world intact. She s helping out with raising the Stevens children and her friendship with Tracy survives it all and she s moving on. She s a survivor, Karen, she moves on and she s going to cope.Now the death of her son really does sort of start a whole new chapter for Karen. So it was really sort of plotting out how do we evolve that character while at the same time being true to her and the women that were like her at that period? It didn t seem fair to just say that Karen would wake up one day and just be a completely different person or that she would just jettison her entire upbringing and her entire worldview. It felt like that would have to be an evolution. And then you would have to justify how those changes are made for a character like her.(Photo by Apple TV+)Can we talk about how 109 deals with grief in all of its forms?Moore: Yeah. 109, we had to sort of face it directly. Two characters like Karen and Ed dealing with a profound loss and not being able to be there for each other and how they would individually do that. And a lot of us in the writers’ room, we had either gone through similar things or we knew close relatives who had, so we drew on a lot of that, of personal experience of people s responses to grief. And it did feel like once Karen had gotten over the planning of Shane s funeral arrangements and all that, that then she would be sort of left at loose ends. Like once that was complete, she had nothing left; there would be an emptiness there and she retreat, would try to retreat as far as she possibly could away from the world and away from everyone else.And on Ed, lone, isolated, tired, had been told he was being rescued over and over and over again. And had to hear about this over the phone, that he would just shut down. He would just shut down, turn off the phone, refuse to talk, and he would just be alone with his grief. And that each of them in their own way was kind of doing the same thing. That they were both retreating from the world and they both just wanted to be left alone and manage their grief in their own way. And again, it seems like that s who the characters were in that era, and they weren t seeking therapy and they weren t trying to talk through their feelings. They didn t have any of those skills and those tools, and if they didn t have each other, if they weren t able to comfort each other, they didn t want to be comforted by anybody, and they just started to step back from their lives.The character of Aleida Rosales she’s the kind of character that, in a big cast like this, could get lost. What was the intention behind making a storyline out of that family s journey?Moore: It was an initial impulse at the very creation of the show to have a young character that we could watch grow up over the seasons, because the show is multigenerational. It goes through many decades, and I wanted someone at the outset who was very young and then it became, “Let s make it an immigrant story. Let s make it a story of how broad the space program is, that it s not just inspiring people in the United States. It s actually inspiring people around the world, and here s this young girl who comes to the United States from Mexico.” It becomes an immigrant story. Then the challenge became how do you keep her on the show? Because she obviously can t impact a big story for a very long time. And it was a lot of work, and we did struggle with at times to be honest, to figure out how to keep her relevant to the show when so many of the things were going on.But we did have a belief that ultimately this is a clearly critical character in the life of the show later on. In a way it s almost an origin story. It s an origin story of a superhero or something: start at the beginning, see how she got involved with NASA, see who she knew and what the challenges are and then throw a curve ball in her world towards the end of the first season and then come back second season and see what happened to her a decade or so later.(Photo by Syfy)For All Mankind, you re back in space. Was that intentional? Were you re looking to go back to space?Moore: Well, I was certainly open to the idea. I mean I do love space and science fiction. It s just been part of me since I was a child. So you do it for a long time. It s Star Trek and then Battlestar and you need to get away and not do it continuously. But then I kind of felt sort of ready to come back and there were new things to do and new things to say in the field and so it was really fun to come back and do a space show again. And I hope it won’t be my last.Yeah, I hope it won t either. I don t know if you know, but Battlestar took like top spot in our list of the best sci-fi shows.Ron Moore: I did see that. I couldn t believe it. I was very touched by that. It was like, Wow. Really? Yeah, I m not sure. I m not sure I would have voted it that high. I don t know that the child in me can actually put Battlestar above the original Star Trek series, but I do appreciate the honor.See, I would agree with you if you d said The Next Generation, but the original Star Trek, really?Moore: The original, it s brilliant. It changed the genre.One of the things that I really liked about Battlestar and one of the things that weighed in its favor for that ranking was just the amount of time spent on developing character, and they re not just red shirts or blue shirts or yellow shirts. Each character has an intention, and it s something that I ve seen more lately. I d say it shows how influential you ve been in this medium, that you see, for instance, in The Expanse, this focus on character and a lived-in quality for the show.Moore: I appreciate that. It s very kind. I would love to think that we had that kind of influence, and those qualities were very important to us in Battlestar, and we spent a lot of time focusing on them and saying that this is really what matters and this is really what will distinguish the show and this is what you re capable of doing in science fiction. It d be great to think that that’s influenced others. And that it continues to go in that direction.(Photo by Starz)Now Outlander was a little bit of a detour. I was surprised to see you on that title. Similarly, I think you ve given the story more heft than some other people might ve.Moore: Diana [Gabaldon] had created a great universe in Outlander the books. And I just thought once you translate that to television, one of the first things you have to realize is that, Yes, you re going to see the universe” and Yes, you re going to see the world, Scotland.” That s all fascinating stuff, but what the television audience really cares about are the characters because that s who they get attached to. That s really what they re all about. That s what they want to see. How does this week s event impact my favorite characters? So again, at Outlander, we also made it a concerted effort to really try to get inside Claire and Jamie and Frank.We certainly played a lot more of Frank in the show than really the books did, because I kind of felt that there was an opportunity there to really show the triangle and to really get inside Claire a little bit more, to understand who she was, because her whole journey in the first season was about trying to get back to Frank. And so you had to kind of understand and really buy into the notion that Frank was an important character in order to really understand Claire.Outlander does really well on the Tomatometer, too. Is there anything you can say about the new season that we can look forward to?Moore: Getting closer to the American Revolution, the split between Jamie and Murtaugh is going to come to a head and be very difficult for both parties. You’re going to see more of Stephen Bonnet, Jocasta, and all the characters who set up season 1, and there ll be another character returning in the next season that we said goodbye to last season. There s a lot of fun stuff. It s just sort of a big, sprawling epic really is what it is —what it always has been.For All Mankind is now streaming on Apple TV+; Outlander season 5 premieres on Sunday, February 16 on Starz. 😈😈

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(Photo by Disney Channel/Courtesy Everett Collection)After Star Wars was released in 1977, everyone wanted to be Han Solo, including black children. Because before Lando Calrissian arrived in The Empire Strikes Back (1980), young black film fans were forced to search for the heroes in themselves in the white characters available to them.As Black History Month draws to a close, we have a look back at some of the groundbreaking TV series that helped change that.Before the 1970s, black characters on television most often appeared in the token roles of gangster, hardened cop, or caregiver. Then shows like The Jeffersons, Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids, and Good Times began to fill the void in black representation, and in the 80s, Diff rent Strokes, A Different World, and 227 widened the conversation surrounding black archetypes, higher education, and navigating the politics of black and white America.And while early children’s programs like Sesame Street and Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood promoted important messages of community and tolerance, they would often feature black children in stories that would subtly incorporate the otherness of black children in order to be palatable to white audiences and avoid controversy. In reality, it’s that perceived otherness that makes life difficult for black families.Though pioneers for children’s show representation, 80s cartoons like Captain Planet, Defenders of the Earth, and Jem and the Holograms did little to elevate the minority characters above colorful casting.But in the ’90s, the landscape changed, and black kids were finally able to recognize themselves in the characters they were seeing on TV. The impact was immediate and the feeling was unique and powerful.The birth of Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network, and a 24-hour Disney Channel finally made it possible for creators to put a sharp focus on the black experience in children’s entertainment. Suddenly, black children were the stars of television shows — shows that understood the challenges they would face in life.The important lessons the following ’90s series taught were frequently difficult and wouldn’t have been possible without the onscreen representation these shows provided. Their legacy is a TV universe that today includes series like grown-ish, Cousins for Life, Craig of the Creek, Doc McStuffins, and K.C. Undercover.Have a look at some of those lessons of these series and specific episodes that made such a difference in empowering young black viewers.Kenan and Kel (1996-2000)Young sketch comedy gods Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell followed up their All That success with their own eponymous show. The series, set in Chicago, featured a theme song by Coolio and centered on two kids trying to get through high school, work regular jobs, and date. They served up epic laughs for four seasons that eventually led to a feature movie.The Episode: I.Q. Can Do Better Kel s parents are a brain surgeon and a rocket scientist, but his genius isn t as readily apparent. So, when the boys take an IQ test and his score comes back as certified brilliant — and Kenan s score is a three — Kenan suspects something is wrong with the test. At the end of the episode, it turns out both boys are geniuses.The Lesson:Kenan and Kel perfected slapstick to a professional grade early in their careers; in fact, the actors were almost too good at the exaggerated style of physical comedy — to the point that viewers might mistake their characters bumbling, scheming, practical jokes, and mistakes as signs of ignorance. The episode revealed, however, that their ingenuity and intellectual curiosity were actually the building blocks of genius.The Proud Family (2001-2005)(Photo by Disney Channel/Courtesy Everett Collection)Each week Penny Proud, eldest child of the Proud family, navigated the terrifying world of middle school, hormones, and the many dynamic personalities of her big family (with a theme song by Solange Knowles, backed by Destiny s Child). Voiced by Kyla Pratt, Penny was a good girl with bad girl attitude. She was ready to fight for her friends, but hated to disappoint her parents. The show mostly focused on the problems all adolescents face, but occasionally an episode specific to black childhood would explore a previously hidden truth.The Episode: I Had a Dream Penny s history teacher, tired of reading the same old reports during Black History Month, assigns the class projects focusing on lesser-known black American contributions to history. Penny gets figuratively and literally swept up in the assignment, traveling to 1955 dressed as 1960s activist Angela Davis. Enraged at the limitations the era enforces on her, Penny gives a modern-day speech about the accomplishments of black Americans. Later, her love for her white friend, Zoey, inspires a protest that eventually integrates their school. Parents protest the change, but Penny retorts by reciting portions of Dr. Martin Luther King s I Have a Dream speech.The Lesson:This episode serves an intense reality check for children who believe the past doesn t affect their current existence. In her dream, Penny s history teacher works as a disregarded janitor, and her friends are second-class citizens; Penny Proud can t swallow that level of indignity. She learns that the civil rights movement was built on a foundation of hard work, and that all black children owe a debt to those who paved the way — lest history repeat itself.Cousin Skeeter (1999-2001)(Photo by Nickelodeon/Courtesy Everett Collection)Nickelodeon’s sitcom was about a suburban black family that takes in their cousin Skeeter, a puppet in the human world who uses his adorable nature to create mischief. The story is a bit like an updated Leave it to Beaver. Skeeter, his cousin Bobby, and Bobby s lifelong friend and eternal crush Nina encounter classic sitcom tropes like navigating April Fool s jokes, sneaking out of the house, and trading lives with a wealthy lookalike.The Episode: The Bicycle Thief Skeeter sees the perfect opportunity for Bobby to prove his love for Nina when Nina’s bike is stolen. Together the crew plays detective to figure out who took the bike. Clumsy Skeeter sets up a sting operation using Bobby s bike as bait for the thief, and it works! Unfortunately, the thief is craftier than expected and gets away. The friends try to get the police involved, but a lack of evidence gets them turned away. Eventually, they track their bikes down and discover that the shop worker who s been helping them enhance their bikes set them up.The Lesson:Interactions between police officers and black children are often portrayed as terrifying and life-threatening, but in reality, interactions with the police exist on a spectrum.When the officers arrive on the scene, they uncover a stash of spicy candy. But when the trio warn an officer, he brushes them off and even mocks them lightly. The kids just shrug and let the officer eat the candy, showing that sometimes police officers’ microaggressions will shame black youth. The lesson is imperative to their survival in a world that isn t always kind (but also doesn t have to be deadly).Codename: Kids Next Door (2002-2008)KND was a super-secret global spy ring made entirely of adolescents determined to end parental crimes of forced veggies, bedtimes, and the regulation of Halloween candy. Numbuh Five, voiced by Cree Summers, was an early childhood icon for many black girls. Summer s gravely voice, Five s sporty design, and the effortless cool of the character can be compared to Pam Grier s Coffy or a modern-day Idris Elba. When the show focused on Five, it often forced the fearless anchor of the team to confront her inner demons.The Episode: Operation M.A.U.R.I.C.E. One of the main goals of the KND was to allow kids to be kids for as long as possible. Age and time changed Five s sister, Cree, from Five s best friend to her sworn enemy. Afraid her friend Maurice will suffer the same fate when he turns 13, Five and the team agree to watch Maurice 24/7 to make sure he doesn t become part of the teen s team. Though he s growing up, Maurice will get to be a kid forever.The Lesson:Some people get to remain kids. Growing up doesn’t mean a person is expected to be jaded. Maurice, though 13, still wants to protect his friends. He’s growing and maturing, but his roots remain intact. This sets expectations for Five that help relieve a lot of the pressure she feels as she approaches the same age; she doesn’t have to become her sister. In a world where black children are expected to grow up faster than their peers, learning that remaining young at heart is a choice is an important one.That s So Raven (2003-2008)Raven (Raven-Symoné) is a normal high-schooler, except for one thing: She can see into the future. Raven, who has aspirations to be a designer, tries to survive high school and interpret her visions with her friends Eddie (Orlando Brown) and Chelsea (Annelise van der Pol) by her side.The Episode: True Colors Chelsea and Raven apply for a job at Sassy’s. Raven passes every test with flying colors, but in a vision, Raven hears the boss say she doesn t hire black people. Hearing these words shocks Raven to her core. For the first time she is consciously aware of racism. I always heard about racism, Raven tells her friends, but I didn t know how much it could hurt. Raven s parents convince her to fight back. Eventually, they catch the boss on camera being overtly racist, and she is fired.The Lesson:Fighting for one s rights can be incredibly daunting, and having to explain to young children why one s skin color shouldn t exclude them from work, can be demeaning and embarrassing. Even Chelsea, who loves Raven endlessly, has a hard time identifying her new boss as racist. She just discriminates against bald people, Chelsea explains at one point, showing that even the most well-intentioned friend may still have difficulty understanding these situations. Raven was ready to give up, but with her support system behind her, she was able to get justice, which is an enormously valuable lesson for any child to learn. 在《黑暗与光明手游》的世界里,没有什么是你见不到的,发挥强大的想象力和创造力,你就可以玩出自己的乐趣和特色,喜欢这款游戏的玩家可以前往官网预约获取资讯哦。

2022-01-17
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