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亚博竞彩下载采用百度引擎3(Baidu 8)不负相逢,共赴九歌!《幻世九歌》手游是一款以九宠助战仙幻MMOARPG手游,不仅可以一人携带九个高颜值、高战力的战灵,感受轻松躺赢的飒爽逍遥战斗,还有丰富的GVG、GVE多人团战玩法,让各位御灵师们在闯荡幻世大陆之际,能够结识志同道合的朋友、共同战斗,畅快体验多重战斗乐趣。

1. 亚博竞彩下载
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神魔手游,操作你的角色在这个广阔的大陆尽情的冒险吧!边玩游戏,还可以认识更多的小伙伴,语音开黑,一起玩乐趣更多。亚博竞彩下载Troys from across different realities charged with the defense of the DC  Multiverse and, most recently, a magical golem created to kill Diana. A few more origins for the character are even more convoluted with false memories, Titans of Myth, and the old multiverse.“I’d be a crazy person if I tried to be all these Donnas,” said Leslie of the more esoteric multiverse concepts for the character. Ultimately, it was Wolfman s idea of an orphaned Donna taken in by Diana that appealed to her the most, because “it feels the most inspiring and relateable and it feels like you can go more places. I also like the idea of Diana taking this girl under her wing. You can create this character as an adult based on how she was raised or what she was raised around and who was her guardian,” she explained. “The other [versions] also feel like there’s an end point. Someone will die or it will be the end of all.”Luckily, the actress discussion with Walker leaned toward that reading of the character’s history. But Leslie said she picked up on “the common character traits people love about her” across several versions and incorporated that into her performance.“She’s really cool,” Leslie added. “A friend of mine was like ‘you’re just like her,” and I said, “No, I just try to be like her sometimes, but this girl is pure cool. Nothing ruffles her feathers. ”Who Is Donna Troy?(Photo by DC Universe)Thanks to oblique references made during the episode, viewers can glean that some of the Wolfman origin was indeed incorporated into the series. Donna mentions Diana “took her in.” At the same time, she exhibits heightened abilities more in line with Diana than human vigilantes like Batman or Dick, suggesting the Amazons also gave her powers.Leslie imagined Donna likely became Wonder Girl earlier than Dick became Robin. “I think she has an additional five years in this [crimefighting] world,” she said, adding her hypothesis that it was the extra experience, more than her powers, that led to the confident Donna glimpsed in the episode-opening flashback. In the scene, she is ready to take Dick to task for brooding because Batman and Wonder Woman excluded him from “League stuff.”She also imagined a very different home life for Donna as well. According to Leslie, “the influence from Diana was much more supportive” than the relationship between Dick and Batman. She also presumes her Wonder Girl wore the red suit her comic book counterpart wore into the 1980s. The character s experiences as a sidekick led to the Donna Troy people met in the episode: “An incredible, strong, fierce, non-compromising woman” and someone who “has a good rein on who she is,” Leslie said. “She’s a force to be reckoned with and she’s very inspiring. Comic book fans know that Dick and Donna have a friendship — forged during Donna s time as Wonder Girl — and in the TV series the two are essentially best friends with a sibling-like dynamic. They grew up around the same time and they have similar backgrounds. They were guarded by these guardians that happened to be superheroes,” Leslie said. But their relationship won t get romantic, and Leslie appreciated that the characters dynamic on the show is strictly platonic. She added, “I can see why people would want to put these two together because they’re so comfortable with each other, but that comfort comes from this loving brother-sister relationship. It’s refreshing because we don’t show it a lot in television. You can have a [male] friend for a long time that you don’t do anything with. We need some of that in television.”Who Is Dick Grayson?(Photo by DC Universe)The characters’ sibling bond makes Donna the only person Dick can really turn to after his final days as Robin, and Donna’s transition out of the hero world gives her a unique insight into Dick’s troubles. As the episode opens, Dick feels he doesn t have control over his situation. He feels that Robin owns him,” Leslie said. That feeling highlights one key difference that made Donna’s move away from Wonder Girl less traumatic than Dick’s current experiences: the support of her adoptive parent. Diana was willing to offer her wisdom and tools when Donna chose to leave superheroes behind, and, most importantly to Leslie, Diana was capable of saying “you can be your own person.”“Dick has cut Bruce out of his life, he’s taken the chip out of his arm, and he’s burned the suit. He’s trying not to have ties to it,” she explained. “It’s a struggle for Dick.”Thanks to the support she received, the Donna viewers meet in the episode is quite comfortable in her own skin as a photographer and investigative journalist. She can still enter places of conflict and save people, but as someone who documents important events and shares them with the public.“She wanted to figure out how to do good in the world without being on the front line,” Leslie said. “It probably didn’t take her a thousand jobs to figure out what she was going to do.” Plus, “she’s able to be Donna Troy in her day to day and live that life, but she can be Wonder Girl in a sense behind that camera.”Will Donna Be Wonder Girl Again?(Photo by DC Universe)At the end of Donna s debut episode, the character becomes embroiled in what Leslie called “Dick’s mess” and joins him on Angela’s farm, where a new trouble awaits all of the Titans. In subsequent episodes, viewers will see “aspects of [Wonder Girl] come through,” Leslie said. This will be particularly true as Donna gets to know the other Titans. She added that Donna has also been “keeping some accessories,” which could be a reference to Wonder Girl’s bracelets or even to the comic book Donna Troy’s lasso, which could compel people to do her bidding if their will was weaker than hers.Leslie said Donna’s status as a full-time Titan will depend on “how the team is formed.” But she also said Donna is “getting slowly dragged back into it, and that might be hard to walk away from.”“I see the possibility of her joining the team,” she added. If she does, Leslie said she believes Donna will have to decide on a new version of who she wants to be.” Considering her comic book counterpart, she will have plenty of personas to choose from.Titans airs Fridays on DC Universe.

3. 激战团竞模式
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4. 呼朋唤友 随心所欲
s take control of the ship before he can crash it and Kryze learns a vital piece of information about the Darksaber: Gideon has it.Though she would like to keep Djarin by her side, she tells him a Jedi called Ahsoka Tano can be found in the city of Calodan on the planet Corvus.Bo-Katan Kryze Is the Heiress of Mandalore(Photo by Cartoon Network/Lucasfilm)While an action-filled episode with a number of laughs, the story-altering info revolves around Bo-Katan Kryze and the nature of mainstream Mandalorian culture. After first appearing on Star Wars: The Clone Wars, the character returned in Star Wars Rebels. In both animated series, she was voiced by Sackhoff, so having her play the part in live action is both welcome and a very specific nod to the stories Dave Filoni and his team told about Mandalorians on those shows.During the Clone Wars, Bo-Katan was a member of the terrorist organization known as the Death Watch, while her sister Satine ruled Mandalore as its duchess. At that time, Satine advocated a more pacifistic stance for the people, but Bo-Katan wanted to embrace the Mandalorian warrior culture of a bygone era. Unfortunately, all of their idealistic notions were undone when Darth Maul used the tension between Mandalore and the Death Watch to take control of the planet. He also executed Satine.Eventually, the Old Republic took notice of Mandalore s plight and launched an invasion. After the battle, Bo-Katan was left as the planet s regent, but was soon deposed when the Empire came to secure the planet. Twenty-odd years later, Bo-Katan came into possession of the Darksaber, assumed the title of Mand alor, and vowed to take back the planet from the Empire.(Photo by Disney+/Lucasfilm Ltd.)Nearly a decade later, it seems Bo-Katan is still fighting to get her planet back. And, along the way, she lost the Darksaber. As she noted to the Imperial commander, she needs the Darksaber to legitimately rule Mandalore. This is the Way, you see.As it happens, Bo-Katan s Way differs a great deal from Djarin s. For one thing: she can remove her helmet. This is consistent with all of the Mandos seen in Filoni s animated shows. Thus, it is now clear the Way of the Mandalore is not a prevailing notion among mainstream Mando society. Instead, as Bo-Katan notes, it is the Way of the Children of the Watch, a group of religious zealots dedicated to re-establishing an even more ancient Mandalorian society than the one she espoused in her youth.Curiously, it seems the Children of the Watch are distinct from the Death Watch despite seeing the latter group s insigna in Djarin s flashbacks to the Clone Wars last season. Of course, it is possible former members of the Death Watch joined the Fighting Corps who rescued Djarin and adopted the Way of the Mandalore.Nonetheless, all of this history and Bo-Katan s search for the Darksaber suggests the true liberation of Mandalore is in the series future. Considering Filoni s involvement with The Mandalorian, it is only a matter of time before his on-going story threads join up with Djarin s wanderings.(Photo by ©Warner Bros./Courtesy Everett Collection; Jean Baptiste Lacroix/WireImage)And that brings us to Ahsoka Tano. From the moment Favreau revealed Filoni s involvement with the show, it was only a matter of time before the character found her way to the series. This is the Way of Filoni, you see. But we found it interesting that Bo-Katan referred to her as a Jedi. The character quit the order sometime before the establishment of the Empire. And though she led the Republic s siege of Mandalore — and captured Maul — she remained outside of the Jedi strictures into the Galactic Civil War era. The last time we saw her, in Rebels closing moments, she was setting out to find Rebels main character Ezra Bridger shortly after the Battle of Endor alongside Mandalorian Sabine Wren.We doubt Ahsoka s ongoing tale will have much impact on The Mandalorian this season — although a live action Sabine would be welcome — but it will be interesting to see if she makes any mention of her own quest should she debut next week. We re cautiously optimistic we ll see her, but considering the way Boba Fett (Temeura Morrison) was teased in the season premiere, it is possible Ahsoka (reportedly set to be played by Rosario Dawson) will wait in the wings a bit longer.Questioning The Way: Helmets Off for Din Djarin?(Photo by Disney+/Lucasfilm Ltd.)Bo-Katan Kryze s pronouncements about Mandalorian society left us with a number of questions which feel particularly resonant to the future of The Mandalorian. If its scope truly does expand to a Game of Thrones level, then these issues will need to be addressed.Will Djarin Take His Helmet Off? With his own tribe scattered, it is possible Djarin will find a home with the Nite Owls. If that is the case, he will be free to remove his helmet. After the events of this episode, it seems clear Bo-Katan will vouch for him as a true Mandalorian while freeing him of the more restrictive Way. But as any former adherent to a faith will tell you, letting go of ways ingrained as a child is not easy. This may actually form a long-term character arc for Djarin as he learns the Way of the Mandalore is not absolute. Considering the Way serves as emotional beskar for the orphaned traveler, seeing him share his face with another living being could represent true growth for the character.(Photo by Disney+/Lucasfilm Ltd.)Is Gideon a Mandalorian? Since we still don t know much about the Moff — according to Esposito, revelations about the character will have to wait until season 3 — we can t let go of the sneaking suspicion he was the Fighting Corps or Death Watch member who rescued Djarin in the waning days of the Clone Wars. Such a thing would make him a very Star Wars–style Dark Father. Also, his interest in Mandalorian weapons may be more than a personal fascination. Has he been planning to take Mandalore for himself as a new base for the Imperial Remnant?But then, why was he so interested in the Child?Is Mandalore a Cursed Planet? Until his meeting with Kryze, Djarin was under the impression Mandalore was a cursed planet offering only death to its visitors. Bo-Katan maintained a more positive view, which leaves us to wonder what Djarin will find when he inevitably ends up there. Since Kryze is still trying to mount a liberation effort four or five years after the Battle of Endor, we re inclined to believe it is still under some sort of Imperial control. Or, perhaps, those in change of the planet have turned isolationist and spread the rumors of death and destruction to heal from their own traumas. But one thing seems clear: Djarin s path will eventually take him there whether or not he reunites the Child with his own people.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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6.72.9 2月喜迎This week s Ketchup brings you more headlines from the world of film development news, covering such titles as Barbie, the Fletch reboot, and Guys and Dolls.This WEEK S TOP STORYKINGSMAN DIRECTOR RECRUITS STAR-STUDDED ENSEMBLE FOR ARGYLLE (Photo by David James/©Paramount)British director Matthew Vaughn has largely made a name for himself on movies based on comic books. After directing both Kick-Ass and X-Men: First Class, Vaughn returned to comic books again with Mark Millar s Kingsman: The Secret Service (Certified Fresh at 75%), the sequel Kingsman: The Golden Circle (Rotten at 51%), and the upcoming prequel The King s Man. Perhaps ready to start another possible new franchise, Matthew Vaughn is preparing to adapt the upcoming spy novel Argylle, and he has recruited an impressive ensemble cast. It appears that the title character, the world s greatest spy , will be played by Henry Cavill (who s previously appeared in the spy movies The Man from U.N.C.L.E. and Mission: Impossible Fallout). Cavill s Argylle co-stars will include Bryce Dallas Howard (Jurassic World), Sam Rockwell (Moon), Samuel L. Jackson, John Cena, Bryan Cranston, Catherina O Hara, and, in her acting debut, pop star Dua Lipa.Other Top Headlines1. GRETA GERWIG TO DIRECT MARGOT ROBBIE S BARBIE FOR 2023 (Photo by Jason Smith/Everett Collection)Some movies can get announced, developed, and produced within a couple of years, and other movies languish in development hell for years or even decades (and some never do get made). One such example of that is the live-action Barbie movie, which Mattel has been developing since at least 2009. To put that in perspective, in 2009, there were only two movies released in what we now know as the MCU (Iron Man and The Incredible Hulk), which includes dozens of movies now, while there still isn t a single Barbie. For a while, it looked like Amy Schumer or Anne Hathaway might star in Barbie, but eventually Margot Robbie came aboard. Warner Bros. has finally officially announced that Barbie will indeed start filming in early 2022 at Leavesden Studios in London, under the direction of Greta Gerwig (Lady Bird, Certified Fresh at 99%; Little Women, Certified Fresh at 95%). Back when Amy Schumer was (almost) involved, the Barbie movie was to be a fish out of water story about Barbie coming from her toy world to the real world, but Margot Robbie (who s also producing) and Gerwig are expected to have changed the premise, although it s not yet known to what.2. GUYS AND DOLLS TO BE REMADE BY DIRECTOR OF CHICAGO AND DREAMGIRLS (Photo by Everett Collection)Another project that has been kicking around development for well over a decade is the idea of a remake of the classic 1955 gangster musical Guys and Dolls (Fresh at 91%), which originally starred Marlon Brando and Frank Sinatra. To finally get the remake going, TriStar Pictures has enlisted the help of musical director Bill Condon, whose filmography includes the Broadway adaptations Chicago (Certified Fresh at 86%) and Dreamgirls (Certified Fresh at 78%), as well as The Greatest Showman (Rotten at  57%) and Disney s live-action remake of Beauty and the Beast (Fresh at 71%). Over the years, several actors have considered taking on Guys and Dolls, including Vin Diesel, Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, and most recently, Channing Tatum and Joseph Gordon-Levitt (and we should also note that since the movie isn t yet cast, it s still possible any of those actors could star in the movie when it eventually happens).3. MICHELLE WILLIAMS CAST AS HENRY VIII S FINAL WIFE IN HORROR FILM FIREBRAND (Photo by Elizabeth Goodenough/Everett Collection)The life of England s King Henry VIII has long interested writers dating all the way back to Shakespeare, which has also resulted in dozens of movies about either his life or other people in his immediate orbit. Part of the fascination with Henry VIII has to do with the way he went through wives (spoiler: some were killed off), and now, Michelle Williams is set to star as Catherine Parr, Henry VIII s final wife, in a psychological horror film called Firebrand. The focus on Catherine Parr is a bit unusual, because Anne Boleyn and Jane Seymour are typically the wives that both film and literature tend to focus on. It s also worth noting that Firebrand is described as psychological horror, which suggests that Henry VIII himself (who hasn t been cast yet) may be the film s villain.4. ZACK SNYDER IS READY FOR HIS OWN STAR WARS (SORT OF) (Photo by ©Netflix)Director Zack Snyder has risen to that rare level of fame where his name alone is a draw, as in Zack Snyder s Justice League (Fresh at 71%), though the irony of that title is that Justice League is obviously an adaptation of someone else s work. More recently, Snyder has been focusing his attention on projects for Netflix, starting with the zombie heist thriller Army of the Dead (Fresh at 68%) and continuing with the upcoming prequel series Army of the Dead: Lost Vegas. For his latest Netflix project, Snyder appears to be setting his ambitious sights on the stars, as he will co-write, produce, and direct a sci-fi fantasy adventure called Rebel Moon, which is being compared to George Lucas original Star Wars. Rebel Moon will be about a peaceful colony on the edge of the galaxy that is threatened by the armies of a tyrant called Balisarius, leading them to recruit a young woman with a mysterious past to seek out warriors from neighboring planets to help them make a stand. 5. JAVIER BARDEM TO VOICE LYLE, LYLE, CROCODILE IN 2022 MUSICAL (Photo by Elizabeth Goodenough/Everett Collection)Movie adaptations of children s books are perhaps not as frequently discussed as say, comic book movies or remakes, but Hollywood has been steadily turning to them as a source for children s films since in the 1930s (and The Wizard of Oz). The latest is the 1965 picture book Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile by Bernard Waber, which is now in production as a live-action/animated hybrid for release next year (7/22/2022). The role of the titular reptile (coincidentally announced in the same week that Alligator Loki is all the rage on Twitter) will be voiced by Spanish actor Javier Bardem, whose big budget franchise work has included such movies as Skyfall and Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales. Bardem will also soon be seen as King Triton in Disney s live-action remake of The Little Mermaid. The songwriting team of Benj Pasek Justin Paul (La La Land, Dear Evan Hansen) are currently working on original songs for Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile.6. MAD MEN STARS TO REUNITE FOR FLETCH REBOOT (Photo by Justina Mintz/©AMC)For fans of 1980s movies, the 1985 movie Fletch (Fresh at 77%) (and its sequel Fletch Lives) might be synonymous with the film s star, Chevy Chase, but the character actually first got his start as the star of a series of several novels by mystery author Gregory McDonald. There have been attempts to reboot Fletch in the decades since, with perhaps the project that came closest to actually happening being Kevin Smith s adaptation of the first novel, Fletch Won, in which Smith was hoping to cast Jason Lee (TV s My Name is Earl), but it didn t happen. Instead, it s Mad Men star Jon Hamm who is reviving Fletch with an ada
With twinkling eyes, dimples, and an earnest, Oklahoma-bred “aw shucks” demeanor, James Marsden has a knack for finding roles that frequently fall into one of two categories: Is he the sweet guy, and safe bet, for leading ladies like he was in HBO’s Westworld, NBC’s 30 Rock, the X-Men movies, or the rom-com 27 Dresses? Or is he the evil one with nefarious motives like in Hulu’s Mrs. America, Netflix’s Dead to Me, and – yes – maybe also, 27 Dresses?These themes hit a crescendo with Marsden’s latest role in limited series, The Stand. Based on the popular Stephen King novel, the star-studded CBS All Access program focuses on the few survivors of flu-like pandemic that swiftly wiped out most of the world’s population. Will those remaining choose the path of good? Led by Whoopi Goldberg’s nurturing 108-year-old Mother Abagail, this flock sticks to their dwellings in Boulder, Colorado. Or will they decide to stand with Randall Flagg, Alexander Skarsgard’s alluring and intoxicating “Dark Man” who has staked his claim on the remains of Las Vegas?So where does Marsden’s Stu Redman stand? Although the widower and ex-Marine actually had an encounter with a patient zero of the pandemic before it went airborne, he’s somehow mysteriously immune to the virus. He has the strength and smarts to escape a military-grade holding cell and fend for himself. But he also dreams of Mother Abagail calling him toward her compound – one of the few residents who actually has this honor and who is therefore one of the people made a leader of the survivors.(Photo by Robert Falconer/CBS )Before the pandemic hit, it did not seem like Stu was planning on setting up a moral code for him and others to live or die by. And yet, here he is.The fact that Stu is “a simple guy who s caught up in an apocalyptic crisis and trying to navigate his way through it” is exactly what interested Marsden.“There were elements that I liked, in that he was this sort of reluctant hero; a very ordinary man and simple guy who doesn t really talk much, but just listens more than he talks,” Marsden told Rotten Tomatoes while speaking via Zoom from his home in Austin, Texas. He happens to be dressed in a very Stu-like ensemble of a buttoned red-and-black plaid shirt and, as is the social contract many of us are making as a result of the current real-life health advisory, a slightly outgrown haircut.Marsden added that, when his character does talk, “he doubles down on it and really has a sense of purpose behind it.”Even though he played mutant Scott Summers/Cyclops in three X-Men movies, Marsden said he’s not really attracted to roles about “superheroes with superpowers, rather he is interested in “heroes that emerge from these ordinary people,” because “I feel like we need to celebrate those kind of people more.”(Photo by Robert Falconer/CBS ©2020 CBS Interactive, Inc. All Rights Reserved.)An avowed fan of King’s novels, Marsden also likes that The Stand is “your classic story of good versus evil” but also one that asks “what happens when we hit the reset button and we have to start over? What does that look like? And who do we become who we choose to be?”It’s also a series in which Marsden plays a character stuck – albeit unknowingly – in a love triangle. This is also a frequent Marsden trope (see some of the titles listed above or this GQ profile on the matter).In The Stand, the other two points of that equation belong to Frannie Goldsmith, Odessa Young’s survivor from Ogunquit, Maine who has also traveled to Boulder after sensing Mother Abagail, and Owen Teague’s Harold Lauder – the awkward teen-aged younger brother of a friend of Frannie’s. He has always pined for her, but he, frankly, doesn’t stand a chance.Marsden laughed when we pointed this out, saying he never thought about it like this before and that “if I m not in a love triangle, my career is gonna be over.” He promises that he doesn’t intentionally type-cast himself like this and that “thank God I don t seek that stuff out.”(Photo by Robert Falconer/CBS ©2020 CBS Interactive, Inc. All Rights Reserved.)There’s also no avoiding the fact that this is a miniseries about the survivors of a pandemic that is airing during an actual pandemic. Marsden actually wrapped shooting The Stand on March 12 and remembers hurriedly packing his apartment in Vancouver, B.C., and rushing to the airport to get home before any shutdowns went into effect.“I guess you could argue both sides; is it the right time for this or a wrong time for this?” Marsden said in regards to whether the streaming channel should have shelved the project at least for a few more months. He added that, “But, I think, at the end of the day, everyone s supremely sensitive to the material and what story we re telling here.”This also brings up a larger, philosophical conversation: If The Stand is about the lucky few who were able to survive a sudden outbreak, how fortunate does Marsden feel that he gets to have a career like this and play this part? Or that he gets to be healthy right now?“Stephen King doesn t shy away from this idea of leaning into the idea of having questions that aren t necessarily answered,” Marsden said. “That s a testament to his bravery and his courage in his storytelling; this diminishes the idea if I were to provide a clear-cut answer to this.”(Photo by Robert Falconer/CBS)There were often questions on set of why these characters were put in these situations, he said, and it was decided that “let’s play it like we don’t know why, but we have to.”As an actor, he said “I can look back and look at choices that I made, and risks that I took. But to be frank, when I started, there wasn t there wasn t any other option.”Call it naivety or just youthful cockiness, he said, but “sometimes there are other forces at play.”“I don’t want to get hocus pocus-y, but I like to believe that there are reasons behind things even if you can’t explain them,” Marsden said.It’s just a matter of what side you stand on when you’re given these choices.The Stand premieres on Thursday, December 17 on CBS All Access.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
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ated Movies of the 2010sLooking back on the decade, it s clear we ve lived through a new Disney renaissance, as the studio hit its groove with Frozen, Moana, and Zootopia. Meanwhile, Disney-owned studio Pixar inspired a young generation with Inside Out, while high-risk sequels Toy Story 3 and 4 not only didn t tarnish the brand, but took it to infinity, beyond, and back again.Dreamworks became a true Pixar rival with the rousing yet deeply emotional adventures that made up the How to Train Your Dragon trilogy. And anime continued to break through the zeitgeist: Movies like Your Name and Mirai getting enough critical reviews and appraisal to hit Certified Fresh (let alone connecting with audiences all over) was nearly unheard of even just a decade ago. Meanwhile, Studio Ghibli put out some of their most affecting work, with the one-two punch of The Wind Rises and The Tale of Princess Kaguya. All types of animation were able to flourish in the 2010s, from stop-motion (Kubo and the Two Strings, Isle of Dogs, Shaun the Sheep Movie) and oil canvas (Loving Vincent), to rotoscoped (Tower) and even traditional (Winnie the Pooh).Whatever the style, or budget, we took every animated movie from the decade and then ranked them by Adjusted Tomatometer, a formula which weighs multiple factors, including a movie s release year and its number of reviews. Speaking of, each movie needed a minimum of 80 reviews to be considered. And now, it s time to see some of the wildest visions come to life with the 50 Best Animated Movies of the 2010s!The 200 Best Movies of the 2010s | The 50 Best Animated Movies of the 2010sThe 50 Best Comedies of the 2010s | The 50 Best Horror Movies of the 2010sThe 50 Best Sci-Fi Movies of the 2010s | The 50 Best Superhero Movies of the 2010s
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Montreal’s Fantasia Festival has become one of the most essential festivals in the world for genre fans. Typically unfolding over weeks, this year’s event went hybrid, presenting films virtually to fans of the festival while also hosting limited-capacity events in person in the wonderful Canadian city. What didn’t change this year was the quality of the line-up. While a lot of festivals in 2020 have had to shutter almost entirely, the team behind Fantasia presented a fascinating array of genre offerings, including world premieres from major directors and virtual appearances from cast and crew. Somehow, Fantasia still produced buzz in 2020, emblematic of a festival that always fought against the norm and refused to allow genre voices to be silenced. With dozens of films premiering over roughly two weeks, there was a little bit of something for everyone. Here are 12 to pay attention to when they find their way to your neck of the woods, physically or digitally.
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Watch: Chad Stahelski on the making of The Matrix above.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, stunt double Chad Stahelski recalls working with Keanu Reeves to create some of the most memorable action sequences ever seen on screens.VOTE FOR THIS MOMENT IN OUR 21 MOST MEMORABLE MOVIE MOMENTS POLLThe Movie: The Matrix (1999) 88%It was 20 years ago when the world stood on the cusp of digital revolution. A new Star Wars was coming out, ditching handmade green puppets in favor of shellacking a movie in CG. The internet was still a sparse superhighway, stretching empty in-between frontier cities of anonymity and information gardens. A new millennium nested beyond the horizon, yet persistent trembling hinted that something awful would befall humanity when the clock struck midnight on December 31st: Y2K. The news cycle warned connected online systems would fail, banking accounts were to shatter, airlines would have to ground all planes as modern life as we knew it screeched to a halt.No movie captured this zeitgeist of exhilaration and paranoia more than The Matrix, which opened in U.S. theaters on March 31, 1999. Like peak-James Cameron, the Wachowskis used state-of-the-art filmmaking techniques to pit man against the sleek, technological hell of our own creation. Perhaps we were slaves to our own comfort and science. And perhaps there would be a way to escape it. Enter Neo – the pale, withdrawn hacker played by Keanu Reeves – who discovers the true nature of our world: A shared simulation we processed in our minds as we slumbered in oozing pods, generating energy for the sentient machines that had turned our race into cattle. It would take a red pill, some kung fu, and guns, lots of guns, to wake up and win this war.The Matrix combined existentialist philosophy with anime-inspired visual wizardry, wrapped with the perfect mix of CG and practical effects to make this wild world feel grimy, tactile, and lived-in. Chad Stahelski was among the chief operators in selling this new reality as Reeves stunt double, with first-hand experience in witnessing how the Wachowskis crafted this remarkable film. His working relationship with Reeves started here and has never ended, with the duo upholding The Matrix s legacy of high-impact filmmaking with the Stahelski-directed John Wick movies. Stahleski here recalls the enlightening, bone-crunching trip.(Photo by Warner Bros./courtesy Everett Collection)“Holy s t, this is something pretty different.” I wasn’t hired initially at the beginning. I came on right after they started principal photography. At the time it was a script that read pretty crazy and didn’t make a lot of sense on paper. It filmed in Sydney, Australia. I get there, I get off the plane, I meet Yuen Woo-ping and his fight team, and within about four hours of being there it’s like, Holy s t, this is something pretty different.' “The Wachowskis somehow, through force of sheer will and creative genius, got those shots.” If you had seen the storyboards we’d been given before we shot even a frame of the movie, and see how close they were to the final edited product, [you d see] the genius of the Wachowskis. No matter what the adversities were on The Matrix, the Wachowskis somehow, through force of sheer will and creative genius, got those shots. Got exactly what they wanted. Got the framing they wanted, and molded each and every one of us, both performers and department heads, to get their vision. It was one of the most precise, arduous things I’ve ever done in my life. [They had] attention to detail, complete nuance of every scene. In between takes they’d watch the fashion channel, they would do research in martial arts films. I’ve never seen two directors that had such an all-encompassing knowledge of every single department and aspect of the film. The Wachowskis. (Photo by Warner Bros./courtesy Everett Collection)“They actually made breakdowns of other kung fu movies.” [The Wachowskis would] take an old Jet Li or Jackie Chan movie, download it on their computers, and re-edit it just to understand why those edits worked, or understand the moves. They actually made breakdowns of other kung fu movies. They weren’t martial art or stunt people, but they went in and actually learned, through experience and exposure, different martial arts or different styles of kung fu so they could put them in. The Moment: The Government LobbyIn a movie that drips with coolness like cascading lines of green code, you d think it d be tough to pull out the moment. But there was little debate that it wouldn t be the lobby scene, where leather-clad Neo and Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss) stage a full assault to rescue resistance leader Morpheus from capture. The set literally explodes in a hail of bullets, shot with signature slo-mo and kinetic gunplay and combat, all to a pulsating techno soundtrack. In 1999, it was the apex of style.“There’s about 4,000 squibs in the walls, so when we yell action, you’re probably not going to be able to see anything.” It was literally walking in off the plane, drop bags off at the hotel, go stretch at gym, [and then] going into the government lobby choreography pieces. The Wachowskis very quiet, very soft-spoken directors had come in and said, We re gonna do this, we wanna do this, and there’s about 4,000 squibs in the walls so when we yell action, you’re probably not going to be able to see anything. Nowadays, we do it all digitally so it’s pretty quick resets, but it was pretty impressive at the time [what] went into it.The first time when Keanu runs down the hallway and the guns are going off and everybody’s shooting at him – that was a week of prep just for the special-effects guys laying in all the squibs. So every time you do a take, it’s a half-day. So you get one go at it and if you miss, everybody goes home and they spend another day resetting the new panels in to blow it up again. (Photo by Warner Bros./courtesy Everett Collection)“Keanu nailed it first take.” “So Keanu and I both had to back up to our number one marks and pretty much try to do all the choreography and the one-handed cartwheel and all the shooting with your eyes closed. Because once the squibs started going off, you couldn’t see anything. You had to count your steps and kinda go into it. And I remember looking at him and going Uh, OK, this could be a little tricky. And he’s like Eh, OK. And he nailed it first take. So that was pretty cool.The government lobby was a difficult sequence stunt-wise, but it probably wasn’t the hardest thing we did there. I mean, figuring out bullet time. The dojo fight was probably physically the toughest for Keanu. Logistically, the subway probably had a lot more stunt work and wirework than the government lobby. But then again you had Carrie-Anne walking on a wall, which was probably her most difficult wire move in the whole film. And Keanu doing an aerial cartwheel over an M16, picking it up, and shooting three guys. (Photo by Warner Bros./courtesy Everett Collection)“You can copy it, but it’s not the same as putting all those little pieces together.” A lot of guys can try and copy The Matrix, meaning you do a low angle thing here and you cover this kick in a wide. You can copy it, but it’s not the same as putting all those little pieces together. What the Wachowskis taught us the most was [how] you build a world. I ll relate this to John Wick so maybe it’s a little bit easier to understand. The color, the wardrobe, the suit, the house, the pajama bottoms, the way the gun style works. The emotional hook with the dog and the puppy. All that comes from working with the Wachowskis. Every little thing builds the world. You never blink. You never let the audience think, Oh they’re just kinda doing a cool move, they’re just kinda doing a cool color. Every little thing goes into building the world. Every little aspect, on camera, off camera, how you train the cast, what the dialogue rhythm is, know your editing style, just really, really immersing people. The Impact: A New Standard in ActionThe Matrix broadened the tastes of audiences, and what they expected out of action movies. It officially signaled the end of the burly macho stars of the 80s, who had hung on for dear life past the mid- 90s, and into more fluid fights, elaborate maneuvers, and lighter-than-air wirework. Fight choreographer Yuen Woo-ping s name was literally used in marketing future movies he worked on, the highlight being the Best Picture-nominated Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.The Matrix had a fetishistic obsession with its own action sequences, something you ll see later in Wanted, Kick-Ass, or Zack Snyder movies. Meanwhile, spoofing The Matrix became its own kind of cultural cred, as seen in movies and shows like Scary Movie, Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo, The Simpsons, Spaced, Shrek, and Kung Pow, or the Nintendo 64 game Conker s Bad Fur Day, and beyond.But for the people who made the movie, it s the camaraderie that endures, and the gift of knowing that they got to participate in one of the most beloved, influential movies of the last 21 years.“To work on it, to be part of it, it is by far my favorite film.”“We use Laurence Fishburne [in the John Wick series], and I bumped into Carrie-Anne, and I bumped into Hugo Weaving the last couple of years and they still Every single person, including department heads and cast that worked on that movie, still f king cheer when it comes on. Everyone’s very proud of it. They can actually step outside their own performances and go That’s f king cool. For people in the business, that’s not a normal thing you can do. We all count ourselves as incredibly fortunate to have worked on that. Keanu and I see each other about every day, so we watched [The Matrix] again and had a nice talk about it yesterday. I don’t necessarily want to speak for Keanu, but it’s, like, still one of his favorite films of all time. To work on it, to be part of it, it is by far my favorite film. Reeves and Stahelski. (Photo by Christopher Jue/Getty Images)“I’m both proud and somewhat ashamed to say it, but without the Wachowskis we couldn’t have done John Wick.”“The Wachowskis wanted to immerse us in a world that was both real and extreme. And when you sit and watch The Matrix, you are wrapped up in that movie. You are wrapped up in the real-world part of it, you’re wrapped up in the matrix part of it. You buy it all. They thought it down to  a molecular level of detail. I’m both proud and somewhat ashamed to say it, but without the Wachowskis we couldn’t have done John Wick. We took a lot of lessons from them and hopefully tried to honor what they taught us by doing what we could with that. “How cool is it that I get to watch The Matrix with Keanu Reeves?”“Because of my relationship with Keanu, because we still work together and all that stuff I mean how cool is it that I get to watch The Matrix with Keanu Reeves? And we still laugh, and we still cheer! And to see Keanu Reeves, the actual Neo sitting in a chair, where we’re both having a scotch watching The Matrix like that, or just to pull up a scene to fucking relive old times or something, or to get an idea, and to see Keanu Reeves jump up and go F k yeah! That’s awesome! I mean, I’m not gonna lie to you, that’s pretty cool! The Matrix was released on March 31, 1999. Buy or rent it at FandangNOW.

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亚博竞彩下载 (Photo by Amazon)She s back! Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning comedy The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is returning to Amazon for its second season on Wednesday, Dec. 5.Season 2 will see Midge (Rachel Brosnahan) dealing with the fallout from her takedown of Sophie Lennon, making her climb up the comedy ladder even more challenging — especially since she’s still keeping her new career as a standup comedian a secret from her family.Recently added (updated 12/3): History Remembers George H.W. 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(Photo by Well GO USA/courtesy Everett Collection)The Best Korean Horror MoviesEver since the Asian horror remake boom of the 2000s, which saw American remakes of homegrown movies like A Tale of Two Sisters and Into the Mirror, Korea has leveraged the spotlight by releasing acclaimed takes on zombies (Train to Busan), vampires, (Thirst), eco-terrors (The Host) and more. We ve gathered every Korean horror movie with 60% or more on the Tomatometer and ranked them in our guide to the best Korean horror movies. 团团游戏武易传奇是团团互娱旗下的一款传奇手游,拥有着05年的装备和玩法模式,带玩家们回到最初的传奇游戏体验,线上每天都有新区开放,超高人气长久稳定永不关闭,让大家可以一直享受到经典传奇的激情模式,而且现在下载团团游戏武易传奇的玩家,输入礼包码还有许多福利可以获得,感兴趣的小伙伴快快下载吧!

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(Photo by Clay Enos / © Netflix)We re not even six months into 2021 and director Zack Snyder has already enjoyed back-to-back triumphs: the epic superhero corrective, Zack Snyder s Justice League, which landed on HBO Max in March after years of fan campaigning, and now Army of the Dead, his long-awaited return to the zombie genre, which opened in theaters last week and arrives on Netflix this Friday. The movies – with Tomatometer scores of 71% and 76% respectively – are his best reviewed works since his debut, Dawn of the Dead, back in 2004.While Army is no direct sequel to Dawn – different characters, different kinds of zombies here – it s clear Snyder is relishing playing with the undead again, and this time with a totally original story. A heist movie/zombie movie mashup, Army sees a ragtag group of soldiers and mercenaries, led by Dave Bautista s Scott Ward, heading into a walled-up Las Vegas that s teeming with zombies to pull off one last heist. As critics have noted, it s Snyder unfettered: full of gore, awesome soundtrack choices, plenty of slo-mo, and heart-on-your-sleeve, earnest emoting even from the zombies.Ahead of the movie s release on Netflix, Snyder spoke to Rotten Tomatoes about the most fun movie-making experience of his life, building a new kind of zombie lore (and getting audiences to root for Team Zombie ), and his no-holds-barred plans to expand the Army of the Dead world with more films and a very adult animated series. (Warning: the below interview contains minor spoilers for Army of the Dead.)Joel Meares for Rotten Tomatoes: Congratulations on the movie, Zack, and congratulations on the surprise theatrical run. Why is this a good film for audiences to see on the biggest screen they possibly can – if it s safe – right now?Zack Snyder: By the way, if that big screen happens to be in your living room, by all means [watch it there]. But being at the theater, it s a fun movie to see. Listen, when I made the film, there was no vision of this movie being in a theater. I didn t even care to ask. I was like, No, I appreciate you, Netflix, saying yes to this idea, and so I will honor you and your platform by making a movie specifically for this world. And it was Netflix that came to me and said, Hey, is it cool if we release the movie on the big screen as well? And I said, Absolutely, that would be amazing. And it s worked out great. The movie plays really well on a giant screen. In a lot of ways, it s a lot of movie on a big screen. We went bigger than we normally would because it was going to be this big [gestures a small TV size], so I was like we might as well just blow the doors off it since you re going to watch it at home. So in the theater it plays awesome.(Photo by Clay Enos / © Netflix)Rotten Tomatoes: It does so from the moment it starts with that credits sequence. When the social media embargo lifted, and then we were reading the reviews, everyone was like: This is the biggest credits sequence I think I ve ever seen, or at least the biggest Zack Snyder credit sequence. Why did you want to go so big and put so much into that montage – and how challenging was that to pull off?Snyder: It was pretty challenging. I will say though that, like anything, I wanted to make sure that this Well, this was a movie about veterans. These are veterans. The old gunslingers. They go for one last mission. That was the movie, and it always was, but I wanted to tell the story of their journey and their war story in the title sequence. I just felt like it was important that we let you know in the title sequence that they had suffered trauma and they d gone all the way into the heart of darkness with their journey in the zombie fall of Vegas.I also wanted to trick you a little bit with it, like the movie does. It s a small metaphor for the actual experience of the movie. It looks like a lot of zombie fun and there s a lot of hijinks, and then suddenly you find yourself caring about these guys. And there s a lot of drama and there s a lot of heartbreak. But then in the end, you realize that you re in this “let s do it again” kind of a world. That was something I wanted to express on a small scale in the title sequence.Rotten Tomatoes: I think the film really does that balance so well, between the spectacle and the gore, and then these emotional relationships, particularly between Dave [Bautista] and Ella [Purnell], and then also between Matthias [Schweighöfer] and Omari [Hardwick], which I absolutely loved. Why was it so important for you to home in on and really develop these strong bonds between certain characters?Snyder: That’s the “why” of the movie in a lot of ways – in the end you can go on a zombie romp, but what is the “why” of it? And I think that in the end, it s those human relationships that make us care and make it important, and the characters you want to see live, and the ones that sacrifice, and the ones that you want to see not make it, you start rooting in all different directions. And I think that in the end this is the “why” of making a big movie and going on this big journey. It s really a fun and exciting place to be if you care.(Photo by Clay Enos / © Netflix)Rotten Tomatoes: You went even further than that in some ways. There are certain zombies we come to care for!Snyder: Yes, it was important to me that [we cared about the zombies], if it was possible. I remember when we were talking about this at the early days, I was like, I want people to be Team Zombie at some point. I want there to be people that are like, I really hope that Zeus makes it. That s what I want. Or him and his queen to start a new world somewhere. I think that would be amazing. And I just think that s the rare thing in a zombie film: empathy for the zombies.Rotten Tomatoes: Yeah, because it s a completely new spin. I mean we ve had empathy for zombies, but generally because you see the previous character that was there and you know the relationship between the person who s alive, but we hadn’t really seen society-forming, thinking zombies. And it s almost a Planet of the Apes development here. Snyder: Yeah, I really love the Planet of the Apes reference because that s what I was going for in a lot of ways. I love the idea that Zeus… he cries, frankly, in the movie. And I know it sounds like a joke when I say a zombie cries in this film, but I think when you see it in context that you don t bat an eye. It s just, like, of course he would. Who wouldn t? And I think that even just the notion that the switching of the thing where you go into that world thinking we re just going to kill any zombie we see, but then you realize that in the end, the humans are double crossing, and they re not honoring the deal, and all of that. I just think that s super fun to wonder who s the honorable one in the scenario.(Photo by Clay Enos / © Netflix)Rotten Tomatoes: It was really refreshing, and that all came from you, because, if I m correct, this is your second project after Sucker Punch that s entirely original as opposed to an adaptation. What s the difference in the experience between adapting something that is beloved and trying to do that justice, and doing something where you have free rein and it s all come from your own mind?Snyder: First, I mean just to say, Sucker Punch – and I loved the movie and it s awesome – but it was one of those things we pitched as a hard R, crazy, R-rated movie. And the studio asked us to make a PG-13 and we were like okay, to do it, we ll do it. And Army of the Dead is a movie where Netflix has been 100% with us. I go, It s an R-rated movie all the way, and they were like, Awesome, go for it. I think it just allows the true original vision of the movie to keeps it integrity. And you can feel that when you watch the movie, that it s singular. I think the singularity of it is the thing that makes it so you go into that world and you buy it at every turn.And when you re dealing with something like the DCEU, which is such hyper-focused IP where the studio is doing a lot of the decisions out of playing defense with the idea, they re constantly just trying to protect their back, it s hard to score when you play defense. It s just difficult. You can see it. A lot of the decisions feel like they re made in a I mean that s the one thing about what I got to do with Justice League, finally it’s just like okay, just go and do it. And that was fun for me.(Photo by Clay Enos / © Netflix)Rotten Tomatoes: So, would you say this is one of the most free experiences you ve had making a film?Snyder: Yeah, I would say for sure it was the most fun I ve had making a movie. I mean pure fun every day, day in and day out. These actors, these scenarios – we knew it was crazy, and so it s fun to do. When you re having Dave Bautista run down across the tables in a casino firing a machine gun and zombies are diving all over the place, I mean, I d say “cut” and I would literally be laughing, like, okay, this is ridiculously awesome. Or even just taking Garret [Dillahunt] and throwing him around on these wires, and that s going to be a zombie shaking him to death

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2022-01-17
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