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(Photo by Warner Bros. courtesy Everett Collection)On one fateful day in 1998, John Travolta received a call from Franchise Pictures owner Elie Samaha, who gave him some very good news. Samaha was looking to make a splash in Hollywood and told Travolta that he wanted to finance the latter s passion project, an adaptation of L. Ron Hubbard’s 1,050-page science fiction epic Battlefield Earth. Travolta had been trying to get this project off the ground for 15 years without success, even after becoming a cash machine with Pulp Fiction, Broken Arrow, Michael, The General’s Daughter, and Face/Off. Studios wanted nothing to do with a story about man-animals using 1,000-year-old airplanes to battle the kerbango -loving Psychlos who took over their planet and turned them into slaves. But by sheer force of will, Samaha was able to raise the money (more on that later), defer Travolta’s normal million paycheck, and secure the assistance of Warner Bros. to distribute the film.Two years later, on May 12th, 2000, Travolta’s -75 million budgeted (again, more on that later) Battlefield Earth opened in theaters and quickly disappeared as movies like Gladiator, Shanghai Noon, Mission: Impossible 2, and Road Trip took over screens. Two decades later, the legacy of Battlefield Earth is defined by cast and crew apologies, critical reviews that feature olympic-level insults, and a 3% Tomatometer score.With all of that said, on the 20th anniversary of the film s release, we look back and provide some insight into how Battlefield Earth came to be, and why it s almost charming in its scrappiness. You may have chosen to avoid the movie all these years because of its reputation, and while it would be a stretch to call it any good, it s definitely more fun than you might have been led to believe.IT WAS PRODUCED BY FRANCHISE PICTURES, THE COMPANY RESPONSIBLE FOR A SLEW OF ROTTEN MOVIES IN THE 2000s(Photo by Ken Hively/Getty Images)Between 1999 and 2007, Elie Samaha’s Franchise Pictures released a plethora of epically Rotten films that starred A-listers like John Travolta, Antonio Banderas, Sylvester Stallone, Jennifer Lopez, Kevin Coster, Kurt Russell, Lucy Liu, Wesley Snipes, and Bruce Willis. These movies include Battlefield Earth (3%), Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever (0%), Driven (14%), 3000 Miles to Graceland (14%), Get Carter (12%), and A Sound of Thunder (6%), which put the final nail in Franchise’s movie-producing coffin. The average Tomatometer score for the company s 19 films that received a wide theatrical release (600+ screens) was 25% Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever happens to be the worst-reviewed film on Rotten Tomatoes and they only made an average of million at the worldwide box office on million budgets.Samaha was known for indulging big stars and directors by financing the passion projects that no other studio would make (e.g. Battlefield Earth for Travolta). In an educational 2000 profile by the New York Times, Samaha admitted that he would “scavenge and dig and find the script or project that a star most wants to make; finance it overseas based on the A-list clout; then shoot it in Canada to save money.” He grabbed movies in turnaround, when movie studios no longer wanted to develop them, and sometimes was lucky enough to have the stars themselves invest their own money into the project (Travolta himself reportedly spent million when Battlefield Earth ran into financial issues). Actors and acclaimed directors were attracted because they were given complete creative control, albeit on a budget. The end results were rarely Fresh, with the exception of the Jack Nicholson vehicle The Pledge and the David Mamet-directed films Spartan and Heist.IT WASN T REALLY A BIG BUDGET BOMB (Photo by Warner Bros. courtesy Everett Collection) There are several ways to finance a movie. There are split-rights pacts, equity deals, tax incentives and pre-sales. And then there’s Elie Samaha’s way, which nobody understands.  Variety, 2003While it’s easy to look at the -75 million budget and the subsequent million worldwide box office and assume Battlefield Earth was a box office flop, it’s a little more complicated than that. Director Roger Christian, who won a Best Art Direction Academy Award for his work on Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope, wrote an open letter correcting many of the critics who called his independent little film a big budget failure. In reality, the production budget was somewhere around million, and the special effects budget was ~ million. The initial reports about it being a million-budgeted movie came about because Samaha and Franchise Pictures inflated the numbers to scam German-based Intertainment AG, the group responsible for coming up with 47% of the film s budget. During the ensuing lawsuit, in which Franchise was ordered to pay Intertainment 1 million, it was revealed that the budget was an estimated million (with Travolta receiving million of that).Cinematographer Giles Nuttgens has said that Battlefield Earth had the smallest lighting budget on any film I’ve ever done, and it’s rumored that Travolta had his personal chef cook for the crew because the food was so bad. Screenwriter Corey Mandell also went on record to say the movie had a “miniscule special effects budget.” In other words, while Battlefield Earth certainly wasn t successful at the box office, it wasn t the absolute blockbuster bomb it was made out to be, either.JOHN TRAVOLTA’S PERFORMANCE IS SO COMMITTED, IT S ADMIRABLE(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures) My whole career has been based on trying something new. If I don t try something new, I worry. John Travolta, 2000It’s been 20 years since Battlefield Earth’s release, and John Travolta’s performance remains as weird and boisterous as it was in 2000 (and if Psychlos watch it in 3000, they will likely feel the same way). Originally, Travolta wanted to play the role of Jonnie Goodboy Tyler, the leader of the human resistance against the power-hungry Psychlos. However, as the years passed and studios declined the project, Travolta got older, so the role went to Barry Pepper, who, while less ridiculous, is just as committed.Travolta instead took the role of Terl, a 10-foot-tall Pyschlo who wants to leave Earth because he’s destined for greater things than drinking kerbango and policing dumb man-animals. Travolta has said there is no better villain than Terl,  and his dedication to the role is on full display as he makes a meal out of every word, relishes every line ( Do you want lunch?! ), and seems incredibly pleased with himself (check out the laughing supercut). While his performance won multiple Razzie awards, it’s impressively committed and serves as a perfect example of what happens when an A-list talent delivers an overconfident performance with zero checks and balances.Prior to the film’s release, Travolta was the film’s biggest cheerleader, boldly stating that it was like Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope (1977), but better and the Schindler s List (1993) of science-fiction films. In an interview with The Daily Beast in 2014, he continued to defend the film and said he would do it all over again. His love stemmed from the fact that I had the power to do whatever I wanted, and I chose to do a book that I thought was worthy of making into a movie. It s a beautiful film. It s a good movie. Travolta’s longstanding defense of the film is admirable, and you can tell he loved every second he spent as a Rastafarian werewolf on four-foot-tall stilts.DESPITE ITS FLAWS, THE MOVIE HAS A LOT OF PERSONALITY(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)In 2010, co-writer J.D. Shapiro published an article titled “I penned the suckiest movie ever sorry!” for the New York Post. It’s a cheeky piece of writing that finishes with him saying, “Now, looking back at the movie with fresh eyes, I can’t help but be strangely proud of it. Because out of all the sucky movies, mine is the suckiest.” Shapiro was onto something, because part of Battlefield Earth’s charm is how odd it is.The film has an oppressive blue hue, the CGI makes Megashark vs. Giant Octopus look good, and the Psychlos move comically slow during the battle scenes (because the poor stunt actors could only move so fast on their giant stilts). The unnecessarily long 118-minute runtime tarnishes the experience, but John Travolta’s non-reaction to losing his arm when he’s tricked by Barry Pepper during their final fight (the Final Fights podcast episode about the brawl is lots of fun) is worth all the smelted gold in Fort Knox.Perhaps the most maligned aspect of the film is all the Dutch angles i.e. tilted camera angles that create an uneasy or paranoid atmosphere that director Roger Christian insisted on using to create a comic book look  for the film. The uncomfortable angles have been the subject of a vast array of commentary (for fun, Google “Dutch Angle Battlefield Earth”), including by the late, great Roger Ebert, who wrote that Christian has learned from better films that directors sometimes tilt their cameras, but he has not learned why.” The comment certainly stings, but it’s not wrong, and all Christian wanted was to make the Psychlos look taller.KERBANGO IS THE MVP(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)The best moments in Battlefield Earth all feature the alcoholic beverage kerbango. We’re not encouraging the consumption of green alien booze; we’re just saying magic happens when it’s around. Whether it’s Ker (Forest Whitaker) smugly slurping kerbango (with a straw) when he thinks he’s pulled a fast one on Terl, or Terl cradling three growlers of it in his arms as he tells the bartender (whom he later decapitates) to put it on his non-existent tab, the mood and the actors seems to loosen up whenever the the mysterious green liquid is in play.The most memorable quote in the film happens when Chirk (Kelly Preston, Travolta s wife, in a quick cameo) tells Terl, I am going to make you as happy as a baby Psychlo on a straight diet of kerbango. The odd line, followed by a long CGI tongue and a saucy wiggle by Travolta, elicits a visceral mix of confusion and disgust, which perfectly captures what it s like to watch Battlefield Earth. Is Chirk implying that Terl will feel like a drunk baby? If so, is that a good thing? Does it matter? The answers are maybe, apparently, and not in the least.Battlefield Earth isn t commonly mentioned alongside The Room, Troll 2, or Batman Robin as an exemplar of so bad, it s good cinema it s usually considered merely bad but, with respect, it should be. It s just as ironically enjoyable, it s arguably weirder, and it s just so earnest that, despite its blatant shortcomings, you may be surprised to find yourself rooting for it.Where You Can Watch It NowFandangoNOW (rent/own), Amazon (rent/own), Google (rent/own), iTunes (rent/own), Vudu (rent/own)Battlefield Earth was released on May 12, 2000.沙巴体育365平台传奇神途手当然,传奇法师职业最初的操作流程,和其他职业的玩家是一样的,首先,要下载好游戏,然后选择到自己的职业,再进行创建角色,填写各种资料。传奇神途手游变态版本单职业在一段时间内,神途手游法师在PK中,可是很牛逼的,但随着极光电影的破绽出现之后,法师的极光电影,也不是那么有用了的耀光昆仑神途下载,获得英雄合击版非!

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It was not a notable weekend at the box office. Though the same-day streaming question certainly comes into play for one particular title, it was not a factor for the new films which led the way with some historic lows. How much new concerns over rising COVID cases across the country factored into the overall poor box office is something to take into consideration. But it might also have just been a lack of interest in the two new major titles on offer.King of the Crop: Old Win Shows Mixed Signs For Box Office Health (Photo by © Universal Pictures)Most analysts gave the edge to a certain G.I. Joe character this weekend. Then it looked like it could be a toss-up for the top slot. Ultimately, M. Night Shyamalan’s latest, Old, won handily. (Well, handily by just .7 million, but considering estimates had Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins leading with a much wider gap it was a clear and surprising reversal.)While it may surprise those chiming in on the frequent discourse over the director’s output, Old s weekend haul of .5 million is actually the lowest opening for any of his films since his breakthrough of The Sixth Sense back in 1999. The last two entries in his Unbreakable trilogy, Split and Glass, opened to million and .3 million, respectively, in 2017 and 2019. Before this weekend, his lowest opening was Lady in the Water’s million, which went on to take a career-low overall .28 million. That was the start of four straight losers at the box office for Shyamalan, including The Happening, The Last Airbender, and After Earth. The filmmaker had found a bit of career resurgence starting with The Visit in 2015 kicking off a recent string of low-budget, high-concept films that turned a healthy profit.Recommended: M. Night Shyamalan Is Feeling More and More Like His Maverick Younger SelfOn the glass half-full side, Old is another low-budget effort ( million) that may seem a bit disappointing at the moment but is hardly going to rattle Universal’s books. The half-empty side is actually more on the theatrical industry seeing as how Old is the lowest-grossing film to debut at number 1 in July in 25 years since A Time To Kill on the weekend of July 26, 1996, which actually coincided with the Atlanta Olympics that year. (This stat does not include last year when movie theaters were mostly closed.) That John Grisham adaptation actually went on to gross over 8 million, something Old will not come close to doing, but this is the third weekend since Memorial Day that the leading film grossed under million. Rotten Returns: Snake Eyes Gamble Fails to Pay Off(Photo by Ed Araquel/Paramount Pictures)Paramount moved Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins into Summer from its originally re-scheduled October date. Not that the numbers would have looked any better three months from now, but a .3 million start in July for an million-budgeted film must have someone wondering if they could have sold it to Amazon when they were having a fire sale (Coming 2 America, Without Remorse, The Tomorrow War). This is surely about more than just rising Delta variants, though, when you consider that The Rise of Cobra opened to .7 million in 2009 and Retaliation started with .5 million in 2013. That’s eight years since the last film and this is basically the second attempt to reboot the whole franchise and there have only been three movies. Perhaps the studio can take some comfort that critics have been slightly kinder to it (42% on the Tomatmeter) than the 35% and 28% Tomatometer scores of the previous films.Also qualifying is Roadside’s pick-up of Joe Bell (formerly Good Joe Bell), from Solstice Studios, which was anything but good this weekend with both a 37% on the Tomatometer and a place out of the top 10 with just 7,000 in 1,094 theaters for only a 6 per-screen-average – that is the lowest per-screen-average for any film released in over 1,000 theaters this year behind Land (1) and Voyagers (0).The Top 10 And Beyond: A New Legacy Suffers Crushing Second Quarter with 69% Dropoff(Photo by © Warner Bros. )The weekend was actually nearly even worse for Space Jam: A New Legacy, which became just the 10th film ever to open to over million and have a second weekend under million. A 69% drop from last week s .7 million to this week s .5 million actually makes it the first “PG”-rated family film to join this league. Look at the company it has now joined:The Day the Earth Stood Still (2008) (.48 million-to-.89 million)The Wolfman (.47 million-to-.89 million)Saw V (.05 million-to-.74 million)Space Jam: A New Legacy (.05 million-to-.5 million)Dark Phoenix (.82 million-to-.35 million)A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010) (.90 million-to-.11 million)The Purge (.05 million-to-.31 million)Bruno (.61 million-to-.31 million)The Devil Inside (.73 million-to-.02 million)Friday the 13th (2009) (.57 million-to-.94 million)Twenty-five years ago, Michael Jordan’s Space Jam had a 41% drop over Thanksgiving weekend to .2 million. LeBron James’ Space Jam: A New Legacy is now looking more like The Purge: Anarchy, which opened to .8 million and dropped 64.8% to .4 million and had .8 million in the bank after 10 days. A New Legacy stands at .4 million and if it continues along this pace will end up somewhere around million. The bright side is it will be the second highest-grossing film domestically for Warner Bros./HBO Max along with the highest-grossing non-PG-13-rated family film this year. The down side is the 0 million-budgeted film will not come close to breaking even, nor matching the million/0 million domestic/worldwide haul of the Jordan film.For the time being it appears that 5 million may be the new throne standard for films in the pandemic hybrid era. A Quiet Place Part II is not going to get there but still remains the most impressive earner of this period. Black Widow, which has its eyes on the throne, fell another 55% this weekend down to .6 million. Its total stands at 4.8 million, which squeaks it into the top 25 all-time July releases after 17 days. The Marvel film’s third weekend is a bit more then what The Amazing Spider-Man made in weekend three, though that film ranks 14th on the aforementioned list with 7.7 million. However, if you compare the film to Star Trek Beyond, which had a million third weekend with 7 million in the bank, Black Widow’s final number could be closer to 5 million. It has grossed over 4 million worldwide, but its odds of reaching 0 million domestically have significantly decreased. Current throne holder, F9, stands at 3 million after five weeks and is also forging a similar pace with Star Trek Beyond, which had a .9 million in its fifth weekend. F9 made .46 million and looks to be stalling out, as expected over the past several weeks, at right around 5 million.Down the list, Universal is watching The Boss Baby: Family Business and The Forever Purge settle into the million and million regions. Sony is not having any greater success with their sequel, Escape Room: Tournament of Champions, which can only hope to hit million at this point. The Anthony Bourdain documentary, Roadrunner, managed to stay another weekend in the top 10 and is up to .7 million.On The Vine: Green Knights, Cruise Captains, and An American AbroadNext week has something for families and adult moviegoers up and down. Leading the way, no doubt, will be the latest Disney ride-turned-motion-picture, Jungle Cruise, starring Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt. The film should easily take the number 1 slot, but will also be competing against itself with  Premier Access on Disney+. Exclusively in theaters will be Oscar-winner Tom McCarthy’s Stillwater with Matt Damon on a quest to Marseilles find out the truth over his Amanda Knox-like daughter played by Abigail Breslin. Then you can also look for David Lowery’s take on Arthurian legend with The Green Knight, starring Dev Patel, and Sony Classics releasing one of the best-reviewed films of Sundance 2020, Nine Days, featuring Winston Duke.Full List of Box Office Results: July 23-25, 2021

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This week s Ketchup brings you another 10 headlines from the world of film development news (the stories about what movies Hollywood is working on for you next), covering such titles as Halloween Kills, Nightmare Alley, The Suicide Squad, and Tomb Raider 2.This WEEK S TOP STORYTOMB RAIDER 2 OFFICIALLY SCHEDULED FOR 2021(Photo by Warner Bros.)Last year s reboot of the video game adaptation Tomb Raider starring Alicia Vikander didn t exactly blow up the box office domestically (just million from a budget of million). Some box office pundits argued (and some didn t) that the surprise success of Black Panther was a factor in disappointing box office for movies (like Tomb Raider, A Wrinkle in Time, Red Sparrow, and Ready Player One) that might have performed better otherwise. Perhaps that s why Warner Bros and MGM are indeed moving forward with Tomb Raider 2, effectively giving Vikander a second chance with the Lara Croft character. Ben Wheatley (Free Fire, High-Rise) will direct the sequel, which has been scheduled for release on March 19, 2021. It s not yet known which specific Tomb Raider video game (if any at all) might be adapted for the film. (The first was loosely adapted from the 2013 video game reboot of the same title.). The 2018 Tomb Raider was Rotten at 52% on the Tomatometer, but hopefully Ben Wheatley can improve on that score with the sequel. As for the box office prospects for Tomb Raider 2, some writers are already speculating that its challenger in 2021 will be Marvel s Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.Other Top Headlines1. ORIGINAL HALLOWEEN CHILD STAR TO RETURN FOR HALLOWEEN KILLS (Photo by Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection)The original 1978 slasher movie Halloween revolved around two neighboring babysitters played by Jamie Lee Curtis and Nancy Kyes watching children in houses across the street from each other. Although Brian Andrews played Tommy Doyle, the boy Curtis Laurie Strode was sitting, his role was replaced by Paul Rudd in 1995 s Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers, and will be played by Anthony Michael Hall (Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast Club) in next year s Halloween Kills (10/16/2020). As it turns out, Tommy won t be the only kid returning in Halloween Kills. Despite her role in the original film, Kyle Richards is probably best known for appearing on the hit TV series The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (she s also Paris and Nicky Hilton s aunt), but she will return to reprise her Halloween role as Lindsey Wallace. Although no premise details have emerged yet for Halloween Kills, the casting of Hall and Richards suggests that Michael Myers might be returning to Haddonfield this time around to target the kids that he didn t get to kill in 1978. Jamie Lee Curtis and Judy Greer are also both reprising their roles from last year s Halloween (Certified Fresh at 78%). Halloween Kills (10/16/2020) is also being filmed back-to-back with the third movie, Halloween Ends, which is scheduled for release a year later on October 15, 2021.2. ROONEY MARA JOINING GUILLERMO DEL TORO S NIGHTMARE ALLEY(Photo by Laurie Sparham / © Warner Bros. Pictures)Guillermo del Toro has obviously been a highly respected genre director since at least 2006 s Pan s Labyrinth (Certified Fresh at 95%), but after The Shape of Water (Certified Fresh at 92%) won the Best Picture Academy Award last year, his clout is arguably now right up there with any other top director. Guillermo del Toro s first film as director following that win will be a remake of the 1947 carnival thriller Nightmare Alley (Fresh at 100%), and it quickly attracted seven-time Academy Award nominee Bradley Cooper and two-time Oscar winner Cate Blanchett as its leads (in the roles originally played by Tyrone Power and Joan Blondell). The biggest role that remained uncast until this week was Molly, who was basically the female romantic lead for Cooper s character, but we can now report that the role has been filled by Rooney Mara. Mara is also a two-time Academy Award nominee, once for Best Supporting Actress (Carol) and once for Best Actress (the 2011 remake of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo). Fox Searchlight is expected to schedule Nightmare Alley sometime in prime awards season in late 2020.3. DOCTOR WHO STAR PETER CAPALDI ENLISTED FOR THE SUICIDE SQUAD (Photo by Simon Ridgway / ©BBC)Much like the previous Suicide Squad movie in 2016, director James Gunn s soft reboot The Suicide Squad (8/6/2021) is expected to have a fairly large ensemble cast. Following the recent casting of comedian Steve Agee as the voice of King Shark, the new Suicide Squad team membership is pretty much filled, but presumably the new lineup will be facing multiple foes, and so far, none of those villains (or heroes) have been confirmed. So, we don t have any idea who Peter Capaldi (A.K.A. the 12th Doctor Who) might be playing. Current Saturday Night Live cast member Pete Davidson is also reportedly in the running for a small role (which is not surprising, as the show will return soon, so his time will be limited). Other new cast members in The Suicide Squad will include David Dastmalchian (Polka-Dot Man), Daniel Melchior (Ratcatcher), and Idris Elba, Nathan Fillian, and Taika Waititi in unknown roles. Pete Davidson also has an untitled comedy based on his life story scheduled next summer for June 19, 2020.4. JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE SENTENCED TO STAR IN EX-CON DRAMA PALMER(Photo by Atsushi Nishijima /© Amazon)Like many (many) pop singers before and after him, Justin Timberlake has branched out since 2000 to include roles in movies ranging from animated films (Shrek the Third, Trolls), comedies (The Love Guru, Friends with Benefits), and Academy Award-nominated dramas (The Social Network, Inside Llewyn Davis). After taking a brief break following 2017 s Wonder Wheel, Timberlake is ready to star in another film, which will be Palmer, in which he will play a recently released ex-con trying to get his life back on track. Palmer will be directed by actor-turned-director Fisher Stevens, who won an Academy Award in 2010 for the documentary The Cove.5. EMILY BLUNT, JON HAMM, AND CHRISTOPHER WALKEN SPICE THINGS UP WITH WILD MOUNTAIN THYME (Photo by Cindy Ord, Amy Sussman, Robert Marquardt/Getty Images)Outside Mullingar was a play set in Ireland and featuring a cast that included Debra Messing (TV s Will Grace) that debuted on Broadway in 2014, and now it s being adapted as an independent movie called Wild Mountain Thyme. Northern Irish actor Jamie Dornan (Fifty Shades of Grey) has been attached to star in Wild Mountain Thyme for a while now, and this week, we learned who his co-stars will be. They include Emily Blunt (Mary Poppins Returns), Jon Hamm (TV s Mad Men), and Christopher Walken. Blunt and Dornan will play obstinate star-crossed lovers, whose families are caught up in a feud over a hotly contested patch of land that separates their two farms. (Blunt is reportedly replacing English actress Holliday Grainger, but no reason was given for the movie.). Production is scheduled to start in Ireland on September 30th, and Wild Mountain Thyme also recently acquired distribution rights in the USA.6. BILLY CRYSTAL AND TIFFANY HADDISH TO CO-STAR HERE TODAY (Photo by Ben Gabbe, Rich Fury/Getty Images)It was only a little over two years ago that Tiffany Haddish had her big breakout role in Girls Trip, and she s certainly stayed very busy since, with five movies released in 2018, another five in 2019, and a few different TV series roles as well. Tiffany Haddish is also now attached to star alongside Billy Crystal in an independent comedy called Here Today, which Crystal will also direct. Based on a short story called The Prize by screenwriter Alan Zweibel, Here Today will tell the story of a veteran comedy writer (Crystal) who is slowly but surely losing his grip on reality and befriends a talented young New York street singer (Haddish). Billy Crystal s previous directorial credits include Mr. Saturday Night, Forget Paris, and the HBO baseball period drama 61*.7. AMANDA SEYFRIED TO STAR IN DREAM WORLD OF A MOUTHFUL OF AIR (Photo by Kimberly French/©Warner Bros. courtesy Everett Collection)For obvious reasons, it s not always easy to get a firm grasp of what a movie will look like when all we have to go on is the description in a trade article, but sometimes, it s fun to imagine. This week, in a story that seemed to go relatively unreported, we learned of an independent drama called A Mouthful of Air, in which Amanda Seyfried will star, supported by a cast that includes Paul Giamatti, Finn Wittrock (TV s American Horror Story), Amy Irving (Yentl), and Jennifer Carpenter (TV s Dexter). Seyfried will play a new mom and children’s book author, who escapes into the bright Crayola colored world of her creation in order to leave behind the darkness caused by her post partum depression. It s not yet known to what degree that Crayola colored world will be depicted, but the description sort of reminds this writer of the TV show Pushing Daisies or the Robin Williams movie What Dreams May Come.8. WILL SMITH TO FOLLOW UP BRIGHT WITH COMPLETELY UNRELATED BRILLIANCE (Photo by Scott Garfield/©Netflix)Earlier this year, Disney finalized their plans to acquire the Fox film and TV properties, which excited many X-Men fans eager to see characters like Wolverine join the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The bad news, however, is that X-Men wasn t included in Marvel s recent Phase 4 announcements for 2020 and 2021. Marvel doesn t have any sort of trademark on the idea of a minority of young people being born with spectacular abilities, so a novel like Marcus Sakey s Brilliance is free to explore that territory. Paramount Pictures this week acquired the film rights to Brilliance, with an eye towards Will Smith starring and screenwriter Akiva Goldsman adapting the screenplay. Goldsman previously wrote superhero movies like Batman Robin (Rotten at 11%) and worked on comic book movies like Jonah Hex (Rotten at 12%) and The Losers (Rotten at 48%). Goldsman and Smith s previous collaborations together have included Hancock (Rotten at 41%), I Am Legend (Fresh at 68%), and I, Robot (Rotten at 56%).9. SALARY DISPARITY DISPUTE ERUPTS OVER THE CRAZY RICH ASIANS SEQUELS (Photo by Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection)Not unlike Marvel s Black Panther, last year s comedy hit Crazy Rich Asians was celebrated for the positive message it sent about the possibilities of representation for all types of people both in front of and behind the camera, and the types of stories that are told. That s why this week s news about the two planned Crazy Rich Asians sequels (based on the books China Rich Girlfriend and Rich People Problems) are particularly troubling. Screenwriter Adele Lim, who co-wrote Crazy Rich Asians with Peter Chiarelli, reportedly left the two sequel projects this week over salary disparity issues. Reportedly, Chiarelli was offered 0,000 and million for the sequels, whereas Lim was only offered a sum in the 0,000 range, representing something like a mere 11% to 13% of what Chiarelli was to be paid. The explanation reportedly given is that Chiarelli s salary offers were based upon his previous experience, as he has more credits than Lim currently does. This piece also delves into other questions that this Crazy Rich Asians controversy raises.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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(Photo by HBO)Despite stirring speechifying by the Seven Kingdom s newly crowned despot, her death at the hands of the man she loved, and a dragon s moving lament, Game of Thrones went out with a whimper, according to critics. Season 8, Episode 6: "The Iron Throne" 47% is not the worst episode of the series, but it is in the bottom three based on the first reviews of the series finale.With this final entry, the season s current score is well below the 75% score needed to be Certified Fresh, marking the first season in the series history that will not receive the honor. The season is, in fact, now Rotten (updated May 23), which is just stunning given the series track record.Here s what critics had to say about the episode.It Was the Best of Finales (Photo by HBO) It s almost impossible to imagine it ending any other way. — Steve Greene, indieWire After showing us a nightmare for eight seasons, Game of Thrones finally dares to dream of spring. — Sean T. Collins, Rolling Stone A stupendous end that the series deserved. — Mikel Zorrilla, Espinof The series finale, proved largely satisfying after eight seasons of incredible drama. — Todd Gilchrist, Birth.Movies.Death. Read more: Game of Thrones’ Series Finale Best Moments: Breaking the Wheel and a Dragon’s ChoiceIt Was the Worst of Finales(Photo by HBO) As a fan of the TV show, I felt battered into submission. This season has been the same story over and over again: a lot of tin-eared writing trying to justify some of the most drastic story developments imaginable, as quickly as possible. — David Sims, The Atlantic Game of Thrones has lulled us into believing that its women would end up in charge. In the end, it s only Sansa, by sheer force of will, who wears a lesser crown. The wheel hasn t broken; the patriarchy is still alive and well in Westeros. — Anne Cohen, Refinery29 The kindest thing I can say about the Games of Thrones series finale is that it might have satisfied Plato. — Judy Berman, TIME Magazine Gotta say this episode felt more like a season finale than the series finale it was, if only because this last season seemed so isolated from what went before. — Glen Weldon, NPR It s hardly an exit cry of triumph. — Steve Johnson, Chicago TribuneHow Was the Writing and Pacing of the Final Episode?(Photo by HBO) The ending got rushed to the point of a fantasy even greater than the story told given all we had grown to know and love over six seasons (or seven, depending on your view) got torn asunder in the space of six episodes. — Carissa Pavlica, TV Fanatic I liked this episode, and at times I thought it was truly brilliant But the lords and ladies of Westeros picked a new king in five minutes, when we ve spent eight seasons fighting a bloody war over who would sit on the Iron Throne. — Erik Kain, Forbes It was hacky; it was cliched. Every character left standing received a saccharine coda. It was all too simple, too clean, even with a major death and a surprise contender for the Iron Throne. Closure is one thing, but pandering is entirely another. — Kelly Lawler, USA TodayOne second from every episode of Game of Thrones. pic.twitter.com/rFz2CFLwBx Andy Kelly (@ultrabrilliant) May 20, 2019 Like most of Season 8, it felt like a Wikipedia summary more than a full story being told, with only Arya, Sansa, Sam, and Brienne getting endings I can halfway believe. — Gina Carbone,CinemaBlend But the pacing and the hurry to get to the finish line are not the only issues. There are large, gaping holes in the fabric of logic that one just cannot ignore anymore. — Soumya Srivastava, Hindustan Times In dramatic terms, it may have resolved itself with something like indecent haste. But thematically, it made perfect sense. — Karl Quinn, The Age (Australia) In this last season there was too little surprise, too many high-dollar digital theatrics, and less drive to really drill down into the essence of what made Westeros a place where so many people wanted to spend their Sunday nights. — Hillary Kelly, New York Magazine/VultureRead more: Game of Thrones’ Final Season Is Officially Its Worst, According to the TomatometerWho Were the MVPs?(Photo by HBO) That finale was a mixed bag for me. I m not sure how much it made ACTUAL SENSE in terms of how we ve seen this world to work, but Jon ending up back at the Wall with Ghost actually felt to me like one of the best endings for his character. — Huw Fullerton, Radio Times Wow. Drogon understood more about the geopolitical power struggle and human weakness than I would ve thought he did. — Kimberly Roots, TV Line Bran was the king of least resistance, with the added bonus of some superpowers that definitely are real, but which are dubiously useful at best. — Kathryn VanArendonk, New York Magazine/VultureRead more: All Game of Thrones Episodes, Ranked by TomatometerFinal Verdict?(Photo by (Helen Sloan/HBO) This was a largely satisfying conclusion. One could quibble over a couple of plot points, and argue about the reassertion of the show s regressive gender politics. But a piece of entertainment as complex as this was always going to involve some compromise. — Nick Curtis, London Evening Standard Over all, though, it was a solid and largely satisfying wrap-up to one of the most exciting and enthralling TV series ever. — Richard Roeper, Chicago Sun-Times So, yeah, it all worked out in the end, really. Was it perfect? No, because it couldn t be. Was it enough to course-correct some of the more truncated story decisions from this season? Yes, I believe it was. — Tim Goodman, Hollywood Reporter(Photo by HBO) Because the Game of Thrones finale is really a bunch of different endings rolled into one. All the outcomes combined add up to a finale that s sort of bittersweet, just as author George R.R. Martin has been saying all these years. — James Hibberd, Entertainment Weekly After showing us a nightmare for eight seasons, Game of Thrones finally dares to dream of spring. — Sean T. Collins, Rolling Stone It s not quite the dream of spring we might ve hoped for, but it s not a disaster either. And now our watch has ended. — Laura Prudom, IGN MoviesDid you agree with the critics? Tell us in the comments!Game of Thrones season 8 is available to stream on demand, on HBO Go, and on HBO Now.
(Photo by Courtesy of the Everett Collection)It s estimated that between 75 and 90 percent of films made before 1929 are either lost or only exist in incomplete form. As part of our RT Archives project, we are collecting contemporaneous reviews for those films – see a full list here and read what critics said about them at the time – and shining a spotlight on the stories and people behind them. Learn more about the RT Archives project here.The 1906 film The Story of the Kelly Gang achieved a number of “firsts” when it premiered at Melbourne s Athenaeum Hall in late December of that year. It was the first feature film about the Australian outlaw and pop culture hero Ned Kelly, who had died just 26 years before. It was also the first in the genre that would become known as “bushranger films,” stories of escaped convicts and bank- and coach-robbers who lived hidden in the Australian bush. Crucially, running more than an hour with a reel length of about 4,000 feet, The Story of the Kelly Gang was also the world’s first full-length feature film, according to the UNESCO Memory of the World Register. Tragically, it is also the world’s first lost full-length feature.What we know about the film, for which writing and directing credits are often attributed to film and theatrical entrepreneur Charles Tait and his brothers, can be gleaned through a 17-minute restoration that pieced together bits of film discovered since the mid 1970s – including what could be salvaged from 400 feet of release print discovered by kids in a Melbourne rubbish dump in – and included still photographs to fill out scenes. We learn more, too, in theater programs from its initial exhibition in Australia, which outline the six-reel film’s six scenes, all depicting crucial moments in Ned Kelly and his gang’s criminal career, including the shootout that would eventually lead to Kelly’s arrest and for which he built his infamous metal bulletproof armor. (You might recall it from umpteenth Ned Kelly films – he’s been played by the likes of Heath Ledger, Mick Jagger, and, most recently, George Mackay in last year’s The True History of the Kelly Gang.)(Photo by Courtesy of the Everett Collection)What’s harder to draw from these sources is what it was like to sit there, in a packed Sydney or Melbourne theater, and see The Story of the Kelly Gang live – to bear witness to a thrilling story about a man who, by that point, was a national icon, told in a groundbreaking and never-before-seen fashion. Perhaps the closest we can get to understanding that is in reviews written by critics and cultural commentators at the time, who filled columns in Australian and New Zealand newspapers with their reactions to the storytelling, the incredible new technology of a full-length-feature film, descriptions of crowd reactions, notes on the movie’s presentation – the reading of interstitial descriptions, accompanying sounds like fake gun shots – and who grappled with the country’s canonization of a man with so much blood, some of it from law enforcement on, his hands.As part of our RT Archive project, we have been sourcing contemporaneous reviews for dozens of lost films, including The Story of the Kelly Gang, to help readers piece together in their minds these lost works of art. Below, we break down what writers thought of the film and its giant step forward in the evolution of this beguiling new moving-picture technology.Did critics think this groundbreaking feature film was any good?“[The pictures] illustrate with tolerable verisimilitude the most noteworthy events in the career of perhaps the most notorious gang of outlaws that ever infested the Australian bush.” – The Mercury (Tasmania), Monday, May 13, 1907“[Many scenes] with galloping horses and beautiful bush views, were admirably presented, and voices behind the scenes supplied the realistic dialogue needed to keep the audience in touch with the action of the story.” – Sydney Morning Herald, Monday, February 11, 1907“…the Kelly pictures were reeled off at a rate which kept the attention of the audience closely concentrated on the career of the famous outlaws… A conscientious and, on the whole, a creditable effort has been made to reproduce the tragedies as they occurred, and if there were any imperfections in detail probably few in the hall had memories long enough to detect them.” – The Age (Melbourne), Thursday, December 27, 1906 (day after December 26 world premiere)“… the attempted wrecking of the train sent from Melbourne with a posse of police to assist in the capture of the Glenrowan Hotel, with Rev. Father Gibney bravely rescuing and carrying away the wounded from the burning building. This scene was most vividly and realistically depicted, with some 50 police and the gang exchanging shots.” – Sunday Times (Sydney), Sunday, February 10, 1907“The films are clear and distinct, the chief actors concerned in the bush drama are fairly recognizable, the photographs are taken in ‘Kelly country,’ and after due allowance is made for certain acknowledged liberties taken, the illustrated record is probably as satisfactory as anything of the kind at this distant date.” – The Daily Telegraph (Sydney), Monday, February 11, 1907 (the one Rotten review)(Photo by Courtesy of the Everett Collection)What did the reviews reveal about the making of the film and how it was presented?“Messrs. J and N Tait, in the result, presented an ingeniously realistic succession of pictures taken at Glenrowan, the Strathbogie and Wombat Ranges, and other Victorian spots at one time haunted by the robbers in question.” – Sydney Morning Herald, Monday, February 11, 1907“The films are the product of carefully rehearsed posing by men, women and children, who have copied characteristics of the principals, their accomplices and their victims.” – The Age (Melbourne), Thursday, December 27, 1906 (day after December 26 world premiere)“In order to have the scenes of various incidents portrayed it was necessary sometimes to keep employed as many as 50 people at a time, and it even necessitated the co-operation of the railways and the engagement of special trains.” – The New Zealand Herald, Tuesday, June 18, 1907“For the guidance of those unacquainted with the Kelly saga the operator introduces each series of pictures with a few lines of legible print, epitomizing the chapter next to be presented.” – The Mercury (Tasmania), Monday, May 13, 1907Did the technology impress?“The biograph picture has now come to be recognized as quite a necessary adjunct to civilization, and the wonder of its creation has vanished with the mystery of the telephone and the first motor-car…. To such a stage of perfection has the moving picture been brought, that audiences at this end of the world may have repeated for their benefit almost every detail, in actual spectacular panorama, events that have happened thousands of miles away, and no country is sacred form the enterprising picture-taker.” – The New Zealand Herald, Tuesday, June 18, 1907“The cinematograph views of the murder of the constables in the Wombat Ranges, and baffled efforts to wreck the police special by tearing up the railway track, the storming of the Glenrowan Inn and the capture of Ned Kelly were life-like, and, of course, highly sensational.” – The Age (Melbourne), Thursday, December 27, 1906 (day after December 26 world premiere)Ned Kelly has been played through the years by Mick Jagger, George Mackay, Heath Ledger, and others. (Photo by Courtesy of the Everett Collection, © IFC Films, © Focus Features)What was it like to be in the theater for these historic screenings?“The Town-hall was filled to overflowing, and scores were turned away on Saturday night, when the biograph pictures of the adventures of the Kelly gang were exhibited for the first time. Growing boys formed a not inconsiderable portion of the spectators, and from the undertone of comment and the occasional outburst of applause, it was clear with what enthusiastic interest they followed the story as it was unfolded in the successive series of films.” – The Mercury (Tasmania), Monday, May 13, 1907How did critics grapple with the portrayal of the criminal Ned Kelly as a heroic figure?“The exploits of the Kelly gang, away back in the early eighties, were admittedly sufficiently daring in their character and tragic in their sequence to provide a sensational page of Australian history, but it is not the class of history to which a nation points with pride, nor is it a sort of thing the youth of a country will be asked to admire or to emulate…. Pasts of this description, one would suppose, were better buried deeply and the incidents associated with them kept in the background. Such, however, did not appear to be the view of the hundreds who scrambled wildly for seats at the Palace Theater on Saturday evening, in response to the announcement that there would be there presented ‘Australia’s greatest drama: The story of the Kelly gang, by the biograph–the most thrilling moving-picture series ever seen.’” – The Daily Telegraph (Sydney), Monday, February 11, 1907 (the one Rotten review)“[The Kellys] are described on the program as ‘the last of the bushrangers,’ and it is to be hoped that may prove so, and that these vivid pictures may not ‘rear the tender thought, and teach the young idea how to shoot’–policemen.” – Sydney Morning Herald, Monday, February 11, 1907“To the Australian youth Ned Kelly and his associates are more real heroes than the whole catalogue of mythical champions from Hector and Achilles to Robin Hood, whilst the same youth may not be unjustly suspected of entertaining a sneaking prejudice against the police and other minions of the powers that be. These points have not been overlooked in the preparation of a biograph version of the Kelly gang; the outlaws are the heroes, the police cut a rather poor figure.” – The Mercury (Tasmania), Monday, May 13, 1907On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

(Photo by DreamWorks/courtesy Everett Collection)All Jamie Foxx Movies Ranked by TomatometerA recording career and starring roles on In Living Color and his very own sitcom sound like they would have been enough to keep Jamie Foxx out of the movie game during the 90s. But indeed, Foxx the multi-hyphenate found time to debut as a comedy movie lead for The Truth About Cats Dogs in 1996 and then delivered his first dramatic performance in Oliver Stone s Any Given Sunday three years later. But that was all a prelude to his big 2004, when Foxx was nominated for the Best Supporting Actor Academy Award with the Michael Mann/Tom Cruise thriller Collateral and took home Oscar gold that night for Best Actor, thanks to the musical biopic Ray.He teamed up with Mann again for Miami Vice in 2006, the same year of musical sensation Dreamgirls arrival. Due Date, Valentine s Day, Rio, and Horrible Bosses were four 0 million-grossing box office hits in a row, so with his reputation as a guy who can get awards and put butts in seats cemented, there was only one place to go left: Casa de QT. Working with Quentin Tarantino produced the brassy Western Django Unchained, which would go on to become the director s biggest B.O. draw.Django would be Foxx s last Certified Fresh movie for a while, through a stretch of years that has included The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Robin Hood, and White House Down. 2017 s Baby Driver brought back some of that critical acclaim, and so has his latest: Just Mercy, a true story legal drama featuring Foxx as Walter McMillian, who was imprisoned for a murder in 1986 he did not commit. Co-starring Michael B. Jordan and Brie Larson, see where the critics place Just Mercy as we rank all Jamie Foxx movies by Tomatometer!
我从S3开始玩端游,属于比较老的玩家,但是随着毕业和工作,玩游戏的时候越来越少,很少能坐在电脑前再去完完整整的打一局游戏,之前有试过王者荣耀,3天打到钻石,其实体验不是很好。这次英雄联盟手游发布就赶紧下了一个,也实实在在玩了一周,感受如下:
作为盛大正版授权的手游,《龙腾传世》继承了经典正版的“传奇世界”游戏框架,拥有独创的“元神合击”玩法,将经典战法道三大职业体系进行延伸,配合符合手游特点的操作设计,完成了“传奇类”游戏在手游领域的重大突破,为热爱“传奇类”游戏的玩家提供了更爽快也更新颖的游戏体验。同时陈小春代言献唱《龙腾传世》主题曲,陈小春刘烨代言《龙腾传世》并举办三清山发布会,这样的强大宣发推广,提高了游戏热度,覆盖了更多的玩家用户,让其迅速在市场获得优异反响。
Saturday, Dec. 29American Gods Holy Day Binge, Starz, 12 p.m. PT/3 p.m. ET — The cast of American Gods, including Ricky Whittle, Orlando Jones, Yetide Badaki, and more, will live tweet their favorite moments during this all-day season 1 marathonStarship Troopers Marathon, El Rey Network, 9 p.m. — A marathon featuring the original 1997 Starship Troopers movie, along with three of its sequel films.A Midnight Kiss, Hallmark, 8 p.m. — With only one week to prepare, Lisa Patterson (Adelaide Kane) and her family of party planners are given the biggest job in their company s history: a New Year s Eve party for tech entrepreneur Megan Clark. But when her brother breaks his leg and her parents head off on a planned vacation, Lisa must reluctantly enlist the help of her brother s visiting college buddy, David Campos (Carlos PenaVega), to help her pull off the event. But what Lisa didn t plan on was falling in love in the process. Sunday, Dec. 30The Twilight Zone Marathon, Syfy, 11 p.m. — The network’s annual marathon will run through Wednesday, Jan. 2 at 6 a.m. and will include fan-favorite episodes “Nightmare at 20,000 Feet,” “A Quality of Mercy,” “The Monsters are Due on Maple Street,” “The Invaders,” and “The Encounter.”Monday, Dec. 31 — New Year s Eve(Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images)Firefly New Year’s Marathon, El Rey Network, 6 a.m. — Watch the hit space Western series Firefly (and its movie, Serenity), beginning on Monday and running through Tuesday, Jan. 1, 2019.Fox’s New Year’s Eve With Steve Harvey: Live from Times Square, Fox, 8 p.m. — Maria Menounos cohosts the network’s New Year’s Eve programming, which will feature performances by Sting, Robin Thicke, Florence + the Machine, Jason Aldean, Juanes, and Why Don’t We, along with appearances by Kenan Thompson, Ken Jeong, and the Fox NFL Sunday on-air team.Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve With Ryan Seacrest, ABC, 8 p.m. — The American Idol host once again helms the annual NYE program.NBC’s New Year’s Eve, NBC, 10 p.m. — Carson Daly and Chrissy Teigen host the special, which will feature appearances from Leslie Jones and Keith Urban.Taylor Swift reputation Stadium Tour, Netflix — Couldn t get tickets to the pop superstar s latest tour? Catch the filmed version from the comfort of your own home.Tuesday, Jan. 1 — New Year s Day Who Year’s Day  Doctor Who Marathon, BBC America — Instead of a traditional Christmas Day special, the eleventh season of the Doctor Who revival starring new Doctor Jodie Whittaker will air a New Year’s Day special.HGTV All-Premiere New Year, HGTV, 2 p.m. — Watch brand-new episodes of Caribbean Life, Mediterranean Life, Bahamas Life, My Lottery Dream Home, Pool In My House, HGTV Dream Home 2019, and other lifestyle programming all afternoon and evening.ID’s Premiere New Year, Investigation Discovery, 4 p.m. — The network will debut new series, including Deadly Secrets, Killing Time, American Nightmare, and Hometown Homicide; season premieres of Your Worst Nightmare and Evil Lives Here; and new episodes of Deadly Deception and Body Cam.Great Performances – From Vienna: The New Year’s Celebration 2019, PBS, 9 p.m. — Hugh Bonneville hosts this special featuring the Vienna Philharmonic.
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This week s Ketchup brings you more headlines from the world of film development news, covering new titles like The Bodyguard, Wonka, and a whopping seven Marvel movies.This WEEK S TOP STORYMARVEL NOW HAS SEVEN MOVIES SCHEDULED FOR 2023 AND 2024(Photo by ©Marvel Studios)Marvel fans continue to wait patiently (and sometimes, not so patiently) for official word about when Marvel Studios will finally start releasing Fantastic Four and X-Men movies after the rights to do so transitioned to Marvel following the Disney/Fox deal in 2019. We still don t have specific deals for any of those movies, but there are now so many mystery movies on Marvel s slate that fair money suggests they might be coming soon. That s because Marvel announced four release dates in 2024 for untitled mystery movies this week, on February 16th, May 3rd, July 26th, and November 8th. Those four movies, whatever they are, join another three mystery films scheduled for 2023 on July 28th, October 6th, and November 10th. Of those seven movies, there are a few known feature films that we can guess might be included (that don t have dates yet), such as Blade, Captain America 4 (starring Anthony Mackie), Deadpool 3, and Fantastic Four. The first X-Men movie could also be among those seven, and that would still leave two more slots for something else (perhaps New Avengers or Shang-Chi 2). Whatever these seven movies are, they will be coming out after Eternals (11/5/2021), Spider-Man: No Way Home (12/17/2021), Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (3/25/2022), Thor: Love and Thunder (5/6/2022), Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (7/8/2022), The Marvels (11/11/2022), Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (2/17/2023), and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3  (5/5/2023). You can read here for a full breakdown of everything coming in the MCU, as well as key details for each project.Other Top Headlines1. CHRISTOPHER NOLAN TAKES HIS TALENTS TO UNIVERSAL FOR HIS ATOMIC BOMB MOVIE(Photo by Melinda Sue Gordon/Paramount Pictures)Not counting his first two feature films (Following and Memento), Christopher Nolan has spent the majority of his career directing films for Warner Bros., including three Batman movies and, most recently, Dunkirk and Tenet. It was over Tenet that Nolan had a falling out with Warner Bros. that included Nolan referring to HBO Max as the worst streaming service. It was in that light that the news broke last week that Nolan was in the process of shopping around his next film, a drama about atomic bomb innovator J. Robert Oppenheimer. That search came to a quick end this week with the news that Nolan landed the project at Universal Pictures with an eye towards filming starting as soon as the first quarter of 2022. The deal between Nolan and Universal came with several stipulations, including a 0 million budget, a 100-day theatrical window (in a time when most movies are only getting 30 or 45 days, or none at all), 20 percent of the first dollar gross, and a blackout period of three weeks before and after during which Universal will not release another film. (And as this article implies, Nolan presumably won t be disparaging Peacock anytime soon.)2. DISNEY COMMITS TO THEATERS FOR ETERNALS, ENCANTO, WEST SIDE STORY AND OTHERS (Photo by Marvel Studios)As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to have a dampening effect on theatrical box office, one strategy studios attempted this year (most notably by Warner Bros./HBO Max and Disney/Disney+) was to debut their films day and date both theatrically and on streaming. Over the Labor Day weekend, Disney attempted a different approach with Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, and the result was a record-breaking million. Apparently based on that success (relative to the impact of COVID-19) and, presumably, to avoid any other potential Scarlett Johansson situations Walt Disney Pictures confirmed this week that several of their upcoming 2021 films will be released exclusively in theaters for either 45 or 30 days. The animated musical Encanto (11/24/2021) will have a 30 day window, while most of the others, including The Last Duel (10/15/2021), Ron s Gone Wrong (10/22/2021), Marvel s Eternals (11/5/2021), Steven Spielberg s West Side Story (12/10/2021), and the spy prequel The King s Man (12/22/2021) will all have 45 day exclusive windows before going to streaming.3. KEEGAN-MICHAEL KEY JOINS TIMOTHEE CHALAMET S WONKA PREQUEL (Photo by Melinda Sue Gordon/©Netflix)We re still a month away from Dune (Fresh at 88%) being released (in the USA), but star Timothée Chalamet is already preparing to star in another big budget movie for Warner Bros. After years of speculation, Chalamet was ultimately the actor who landed the lead role in Wonka, the prequel about the earlier life of Willy Wonka from Roald Dahl s novel Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. This week, Jordan Peele s comedy partner Keegan-Michael Key became the prequel s second cast member, though we don t know what role he will play (certainly not an Oompa-Loompa). Wonka will be directed by Paul King, who is coming to the prequel with impressive critical acclaim following his work on both Paddington (Certified Fresh at 97%) and Paddington 2 (Certified Fresh at 99%). Warner Bros. has scheduled Wonka for release on St. Patrick s Day, March 17, 2023.4. WILDWOOD TO BE NEXT STOP-MOTION ANIMATED FILM FROM LAIKA(Photo by Laika Studios)It generally takes years for a movie to be developed and produced, but it s especially lengthy, on average, with animation. Consider, for example, the news back in 2011 that LAIKA, the stop-motion company behind movies like Coraline (Certified Fresh at 90%) and Kubo and the Two Strings (Certified Fresh at 97%), was developing a movie called Wildwood. To put things in perspective, in 2011, Coraline was the company s only released film, preceding ParaNorman in 2012, The Boxtrolls in 2014, Kubo and the Two Strings in 2016, and Missing Link in 2019. Wildwood was finally confirmed this week as being LAIKA s next stop-motion film, with company co-founder Travis Knight directing (after taking a detour to direct Bumblebee, Certified Fresh at 90%). The Hansel Gretel-reminiscent film will be an adaptation of the first book in the Wildwood fantasy children s novel series by Colin Meloy, who is also the lead singer of the indie band The Decemberists.5. TONY-WINNING PLAYWRIGHT REMAKING WHITNEY HOUSTON S THE BODYGUARD(Photo by Warner Bros. courtesy Everett Collection)Naomi Ackie, who played Jannah in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, will soon star as pop star Whitney Houston in the biopic I Wanna Dance with Somebody (12/23/2022), which could lead to a resurgence in fan interest in her music and legacy. Houston s biggest starring role in a movie was 1992 s The Bodyguard (Rotten at 32%) (opposite Kevin Costner as the title character), and a remake has been in development at Warner Bros. since 2011. The remake got a new shot of creativity this week as the Tony-winning playwright Matthew Lopez (The Inheritance) has come aboard to start a new rewrite draft. According to Variety, some of the pairings that have been considered for the remake include Thor: Ragnarok stars Tessa Thompson and Chris Hemsworth, and Cardi B and Channing Tatum. Another possibility might be Lizzo, who took to TikTok this week to respond to fans who fancast her in the remake (opposite Chris Pine). Warner Bros. has made no  official casting announcements as of yet.6. VEEP CO-STAR SAM RICHARDSON IS CHRIS PRATT S STRANDED ASSET (Photo by Glen Wilson/©Paramount Pictures)Sam Richardson is an actor who joined HBO s Veep in season 3 and recently co-starred with Chris Pratt in the Amazon Prime sci-fi action movie The Tomorrow War (Rotten at 52%) and the video game adaptation Werewolves Within (Certified Fresh at 86%). Now, Richardson is signed to star in an action comedy called Stranded Asset for Universal Pictures, which Pratt is producing via his Indivisible Production company. The premise is being kept under wraps, but the title itself suggests something possibly involving an intelligence asset who is stranded somewhere dangerous, but that s just this writer s guess. Stranded Asset was written by screenwriter Jen D Angelo, who also wrote several episodes of Workaholics (Fresh at 86%) and has the sequel Hocus Pocus 2 coming soon on Disney+.7. MARC MARON IS YOUR NEXT LEX LUTHOR (IN DC LEAGUE OF SUPER-PETS)(Photo by Erica Parise/©Netflix)Comedian and podcasting innovator Marc Maron had a supporting role in Joaquin Phoenix s Joker, and now he s getting his own chance to play the archenemy of one of DC s major superheroes. Maron will provide the voice of Lex Luthor in next year s DC League of Super-Pets (5/20/2022), joining an animated voice cast that already includes Dwayne Johnson (Krypto the Super-Dog), Kevin Hart (Ace the Bat-Hound), Keanu Reeves, Vanessa Bayer, Jameela Jamil, John Krasinski, Diego Luna, Natasha Lyonne, and Kate McKinnon. Maron broke the news on his podcast in his latest episode with guest Steve Buscemi.8. TRACY MORGAN JOINS TRIPLETS AS LONG-LOST BROTHER OF DEVITO AND SCHWARZENEGGER(Photo by Christopher Polk/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)It was nearly ten years ago that we first heard about a sequel to Twins (Rotten at 43%) called Triplets entering development, with both Danny DeVito and Arnold Schwarzenegger returning and their long-lost third brother to be played by Eddie Murphy. Murphy apparently dropped out some time ago, but the producers have finally found their third Triplets star in another Saturday Night Live alumnus, Tracy Morgan. Triplets will start filming in the Boston area in January, 2022, and the project is currently being shopped around at the Toronto International Film Festival market looking for distribution deals. Twins director Ivan Reitman, whose son Jason Reitman recently directed Ghostbusters: Afterlife (11/19/2021), will also direct Triplets. In related news, Shadowhunters star Dominic Sherwood recently wrapped filming of the direct-to-video Eraser: Reborn, a reboot of the 1996 Arnold Schwarzenegger action movie Eraser (Rotten at 38%).On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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Ghcxuf After years in the making, James Cameron’s pet project – the dystopian manga adaptation Alita: Battle Angel – is finally on its way to theaters, albeit with Robert Rodriguez in the director’s seat. Is it worth the wait? The first wave of reviews are leaning negatively, but the gist is pretty clear that, once again, Cameron and Co. are delivering big, eye-candy spectacle with a script that doesn’t do the visuals justice. Whether the effects and action and even the breakout performance-capture performance by Rosa Salazar are worth a ticket anyway varies from critic to critic, and may also differ from moviegoer to moviegoer.Here’s what the critics are saying about Alita: Battle Angel:Is this another must-see James Cameron spectacular?“Alita: Battle Angel is the old school blockbuster the world has needed for some time now.” Mike Reyes, CinemaBlend“Alita: Battle Angel is the first great live-action manga adaptation.” Karen Han, Polygon“Alita: Battle Angel is a mesmerizing feat of filmmaking — and stunning in 3D.” Molly Freeman, ScreenRant Alita: Battle Angel is a solid, visually stunning blockbuster that doesn’t pretend to be something it’s not.” Hoai-Tran Bui, Slashfilm“Like the titular character, the film is a visually impressive technical marvel that lacks substance under its glossy shell.” Matt Maytum, Total Film“Calling this movie junk does a disservice to the authenticity of trash.” Dennis Franich, Entertainment WeeklyDoes Rosa Salazar give a star-making performance?(Photo by © 2018 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation)“Salazar is the breakout of Alita: Battle Angel, portraying her character’s optimistic naïveté and lust for life with an enthusiasm that rarely grates.” Hoai-Tran Bui, Slashfilm“Salazar brilliantly navigates the character’s emotional journey.” Beth Elderkin, io9.com“Tremendous…her ability to make the viewer believe in Alita in turn helps us believe in the world of Alita: Battle Angel all the easier.” Mike Reyes, CinemaBlend“To Salazar’s credit there’s something likable and determined about Alita, but the CGI puts an emotional forcefield around her.” Matt Maytum, Total Film“It’s possible Salazar gives a good performance, and I hope to see it someday. Her sensitive line readings clash madly with Alita’s digitally juked bot face.” Dennis Franich, Entertainment WeeklyWhat about those big eyes, though?“No, they did not need to be that big. But yes, I still love them.” Karen Han, Polygon“The impressive thing about the CGI is that the viewer soon gets used to these saucer-sized peepers.” Nicholas Barber, The Wrap“I found I had completely forgotten about them by the second scene she’s in.” Emily Yoshida, Vulture/New York Magazine Alita’s eternally uncanny eyes are actually a great analogue for the film itself: a heightened visual gimmick that better delivers the film’s outsized emotions.” Hoai-Tran Bui, Slashfilm“Her smoothed features and dewy, supersized peepers may be a direct nod to manga character design, but they make her look more like an android imagined by Margaret ‘Big Eyes’ Keane.” Guy Lodge, VarietyHow are the rest of the visual effects?“Alita: Battle Angel is a special effects marvel that raises the 3D bar.” Julian Roman, MovieWeb“With Jackson s Weta Digital handling animation and visual effects, the first act is a sumptuous sensory experience shot in warm colors and radiant, super-crisp 3D. Many of the film s 1,500 CGI shots are magnificent.” Stephen Dalton, The Hollywood Reporter“The detail put into Alita: Battle Angel‘s world-building is a feast for the eyes.” Vinnie Mancuso, Collider“The motorball sequences, in particular, are whooshing Big Mac cinema of the most jittery, adolescent order.” Guy Lodge, Variety“[They] might look cool now but won’t hold up.” Beth Elderkin, io9.comBut the script ruins it?(Photo by © 2018 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation)“Its umpteen story threads and endless mythology-meets-tech-porn jargon finally pound the interest out of you.” Philip De Semlyen, Time Out“There are so many plates spinning in Alita: Battle Angel, but all are vital to truly building the world we could potentially return to.” Mike Reyes, CinemaBlend“Too much of the movie is spent having characters over-explain things to people.” Beth Elderkin, io9.com“That the story isn’t particularly interesting is occasionally a drag, but, again, that’s not the point here.” Karen Han, Polygon Did we really need a love story here? The cyborg romance is sappy and uneven…the valleys to the action peaks.”- Julian Roman, MovieWeb“A dreary slab of boilerplate young-adult soap opera…Johnson is a charisma vacuum of white-bread boy-band blandness.” Stephen Dalton, The Hollywood Reporter Why does Alita need a love interest? He just slows her down.” Anne Cohen, Refinery29Is there some good action at least?“The action, which arrives loudly and often, is so coherent, and that makes it consistently thrilling.” Vinnie Mancuso, Collider“Rodriguez seems to be one of the only directors working who has figured out how to coherently stage a blockbuster action sequence.” Karen Han, Polygon“Dazzling and dizzying, the fight sequences in Alita: Battle Angel capture the dynamism of watching an anime without feeling so cartoonish that there are no stakes.” Hoai-Tran Bui, Slashfilm“A scene where the unarmed Alita single-handedly takes on a bar room full of thugs recalls Joss Whedon s far superior sci-fi Serenity, which way back in 2005 executed a similar scene with far greater panache.” Chris Hunneysett, Daily MirrorShould we see it in 3-D?(Photo by © 2018 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation)“The movie’s action is phenomenal, especially in 3D.” Samantha Nelson, The Verge“No doubt best experienced in the highest quality format possible…if moviegoers have to choose only one 2019 release to see in IMAX 3D, Alita: Battle Angel is it.” Molly Freeman, ScreenRant“Visually Alita: Battle Angel is an experience well-worth that extra 3D cash.” Vinnie Mancuso, ColliderWill we leave wanting more?“[It] paves the way for potentially more compelling tales to come…hopefully, it s successful enough to warrant a sequel.”   Molly Freeman, ScreenRant“If there s any justice in the world, this won t be the last time we ll see the battle angel herself taking the big screen by storm; because Alita kicks all of the ass.” Mike Reyes, CinemaBlend“For the first time in a long time, I’m happy to stay on this wild, visually dazzling ride for a few more stops.” Vinnie Mancuso, Collider“This is a crashing bore, which doesn t need a sequel, and certainly not a reboot.” Chris Hunneysett, Daily MirrorAlita: Battle Angel is in theaters everywhere February 14, 2019. 😈😈

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沙巴体育365平台 Kings of the New Crop: Ralph and The Grinch In Neck-and-Neck Fight For No. 1(Photo by © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)While typically there can be only one, we are going with a two-fer here. Not only was the race for the top spot neck-and-neck this weekend, but each is proving a definite winner for the long haul. Ralph Breaks the Internet is already documented as one of the biggest (if not the biggest) Thanksgiving opening for a new release. At 0.8 million on its 19th day, it is wedged between Big Hero 6 and Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa in terms of its cume at this stage in its run, which could put its final gross somewhere between 0 and 2 million, likely making it a top 5 grosser for the holiday season. At this point, The Grinch is saying hold my beer. With over 3 million after a full month in release, The Grinch is just a couple million off the pace of The Incredibles, which dropped 61% in its fifth weekend to make million; The Grinch dropped just 15% and made million in its fifth weekend. The Incredibles finished with over 1 million, meaning that The Grinch is headed for the Sing territory of 0 million.

(Photo by Warner Bros./ courtesy Everett Collection)All King Kong Movies RankedAaaaaand in this corner: The Eighth Wonder of the World! Since 1933, King Kong has shown just how big the movies can really get, starting with the iconic original and its legendary image of our misunderstood gorilla atop the Empire State Building swatting away pew-pewing biplanes. Like his monster brethren over at the Universal lot, Kong spawned a sequel: Son of Kong, released a mere nine months later.The big ape has also gotten the reboot treatment multiple times. There was Peter Jackson s 2005 King Kong, and a King Kong of the 70s, which got a direct 80s sequel: King Kong Lives, the worst-reviewed movie in the franchise.2017 s Kong: Skull Island meant Kong officially stomping into the MonsterVerse ring, setting up a deathmatch for the ages in 2021 s Godzilla vs. Kong. However, this isn t the first time he s limbered up against the lizard: 1962 s King Kong vs. Godzilla was the third movie in Toho s kaiju franchise. A sequel, 1967 s King Kong Escapes, saw the big galoot wrestling with a giant robot version of himself.And with the arrival of Godzilla vs. Kong, heralding a return to theaters after a world-devastating pandemic, we re ranking all King Kong movies by Tomatometer! (And don t forget to check out all Godzilla movies ranked!) 小弟有话说:LOL手游挑在10月8日这个时间点,开启不删档公测,还是相当会玩的。我们也不难看出,鹅厂这次就是要让玩家体验上班摸鱼打游戏的快乐,而这也正是LOL手游对比起端游的最大优势所在。

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沙巴体育365平台 King of the Crop: The Upside Continues Kevin Hart’s Strong January Numbers(Photo by © STX Entertainment)STX’s strongest opener is still Bad Moms (.8 million), but a .5 million start for The Upside is a true victory for a studio which has not had a success since A Bad Mom’s Christmas back in 2017. And the news could be even better for them considering that they are only on the hook for the prints and advertising, which is reportedly less than million. The million production budget rests elsewhere as this film was originally repped by the Weinstein Co. when it premiered at the 2017 Toronto Film Festival. A month later the Harvey scandal erupted and his company s films were eventually shelved or sold off. Poor Paddington 2 was one of them and it failed to find half of the original’s audience last January. The .5 million of The Upside would have been the fifth biggest opening ever for the now defunct Company, just ahead of the original Paddington’s .9 million start.Kevin Hart, on the other hand, has had some big openings so this number relatively pales in comparison. Just in January alone Hart has opened Ride Along (.5 million), Ride Along 2 (.2 million), and The Wedding Ringer (.6 million) to bigger numbers but his prevailing starpower is clearly a factor in The Upside’s success. Films in January opening between and million have finished anywhere between .6 and .6 million. The 4-day holiday next weekend can only help if word-of-mouth holds and it stays in second behind the launch of Glass. Only three of the 10 films in that range managed to gross three times their opening weekend. But one of those three was The Wedding Ringer.Rotten Returns: Replicas Unmatched For Futility Of Keanu Reeves Openers(Photo by Entertainment Studios)The Upside was not the only film delayed until this weekend. Replicas was pulled from the 2018 schedule and dumped into theaters now with no press screenings to boot. The 13% on the Tomatometer can clue you into why. The .5 million it made is the lowest amount ever for any Keanu Reeves headliner to open on more than 2,000 screens. The previous low was Johnny Mnemonic opening to million in 2,030 theaters back in 1995; that was his first film since the success of Speed the previous summer. The million-budgeted film was bought by Byron Allen’s Entertainment Studios for million back in 2017 and will continue a streak of financial losers for them.The Top Ten And Beyond: Aquaman Reaches Milestone For DC’s Cinematic Universe(Photo by Warner Bros.)Aquaman may have missed the opportunity of four straight weeks at no. 1, but it will surely trade that as it became just the 37th film ever to reach the billion dollar milestone this weekend. That is the second billion dollar film under James Wan’s watch and he has done it with two separate franchises. (Furious 7 grossed .51 billion worldwide.) It should reach the 0 million mark in the U.S. by the end of next weekend’s holiday.Kids may be back in school but that doesn’t account for the huge drop that Disney’s Mary Poppins Returns took this weekend. From .8 million (third place last week) to .2 million (eighth place this week) that’s a 54% drop (the biggest in the top 10) putting it virtually out of the running to achieve what some of us perceived to be an inevitability. With 0.6 million in its 26th day that puts it smack dab between Wreck-It Ralph and Coco for Disney features – or 9-9 million as a final gross. However, no December release with less than 2 million in the same timeframe ever reached the 0 million mark. The film still needs roughly another 2 million to turn a profit.Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse should be into profit by now and is actually en route to swinging over Mary Poppins’ domestic total. It may be in the same boat as far as not reaching 0 million, but it should take delight in the 0 million range where its headed. Bumblebee remains poised to become the lowest-grossing, best-reviewed Transformers film to date, though Viacom has said the movie is already solidly profitable . Its total stands at 4 million worldwide. Clint Eastwood’s The Mule should now certainly reach the 0 million mark (the sixth of his directorial career) but is still going to need around million internationally to turn a profit.Sony’s A Dog’s Way Home s .3 million is really neither here nor there. Not as much as Max (.1 million) but a bit better than Because of Winn-Dixie (.2 million). Snow Dogs and Hotel for Dogs both had better January starts with .8 million and million, respectively. Last week’s top (new) dog, Escape Room, is up to a respectable .4 million. Annapurna’s awards hopeful, Vice, is up to .9 million, while Focus’ less-awards-hopeful, On the Basis of Sex  added 1,811 theaters to its run this weekend and grossed .2 million. Its total stands at .5 million. Also expanding was Barry Jenkins’ If Beale Street Could Talk, which added 683 theaters (for 1,018 total) and grossed .38 million. Moonlight did not cross 1,000 theaters until the weekend after the Oscar nominations. It expanded to 650 theaters on its fifth weekend and grossed .48 million for a total of .6 million. Beale Street has made .68 million after its fifth weekend. Moonlight grossed a total of .8 million.This Time Last Year: Jumanji Led All While Wide Launch Of The Post Beat Newcomers(Photo by @ Columbia Pictures)Jumnaji: Welcome to the Jungle led the way for a second week in a row with .1 million, and the wide release of Steven Spielberg’s The Post beat all the newcomers with a .3 million weekend. Amongst films in their first three days anywhere, Liam Neeson in The Commuter fared best with .7 million. Critical darling Paddington 2 (still a perfect 100% with 216 posted reviews) made million, and Taraji P. Henson in Proud Mary grossed .9 million. The top 10 films grossed 9.3 million and averaged 64.3% on the Tomatometer. This year’s top 10 grossed an estimated million and averaged 68.1%On the Vine: Glass Hopes To Break January Records Though Critics Already Throwing StonesAlex VoUniversal is poised to have one of the biggest January openings of all-time. Likely second if you count American Sniper’s wide release back in 2015. M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass, the third film in his surprise Unbreakable trilogy, is the only major release next week and those who made Split a big hit in 2017 are likely to come out in droves. For at least its opening weekend. The studio lifted the embargo for reviews of the film this past Wednesday and the response from critics (currently 37% on the Tomatometer) may be reflected in audience disappointment and see the grosses trail off. On the other han,d with very little to challenge it in the two weeks after (The Kid Who Would Be King, Serenity, Miss Bala) it could actually hold onto a no. 1 slot until The Lego Movie 2 opens on Feb. 8.The Full Top 10: January 11-13The Upside .5 million (.5 million total)Aquaman  .2 million (7.8 million total)A Dog’s Way Home .3 million (.3 million total)Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse– .0 million (7.7 million total)Escape Room –.9 million (.4 million total)Mary Poppins Returns – .2 million (0.6 million total)Bumblebee – .7 million (8.4 million total)On the Basis of Sex .2 million (.5 million total)The Mule .5 million (.5 million total)Vice  .2 million (.9 million total)

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