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bob体育网页版下载采用百度引擎9(Baidu 9)Jacqueline Coley for Rotten Tomatoes: I know you guys said that Uncut Gems had been in your head for 10 years, this idea of telling the story with Howard. So, was this a guy that you recognize from your own personal experience? Why was Howard this character that you were always continually writing over the years? Benny Safdie: In a weird way, the writing part of it is strange, because you have a 10-year project, you have this thing; it s kind of like a receptacle for all of your ideas and your life. It becomes a character that becomes analogous. As a filmmaker who is hustling, trying to get work, trying to get this made, you can t help but try to do whatever you have to do to get to see your dream come to fruition – so you can relate to Howard in that regards. But Howard, there was something about the relentlessness about Howard s pursuit of his own dream. That and the fact that he was trying to not only realize his dream against all circumstances, but also that he was able to be a provider, that he was this guy who provided for all these people around him. He was a world-creator, and he was a vanguard world-creator. Just the idea that Howard was somebody who was never going to stop in pursuit of his dream, and knowing that, in the end, it s going to be good for everybody. You know what I mean? There s something about that, that was very helpful.Josh Safdie: And I ll just add one thing, that he is, almost in a weird way, kind of this archetypal character of a dreamer, but also there s this kind of Jewishness to him. There s all of these characters and literature and movies that it was a feeling of, OK, I want to add to that. I want to build up a guy who was like these people that I ve kind of admired, looked at. Rotten Tomatoes: Talk about casting Adam Sandler as this man you had built up. Benny: Sandler was paramount, always. He s the only person who can make Howard lovable and also infuse the character s insane optimism as a gambler with a humor, with an element of humor, with an air of humor. The humor is so important to the way the film functions. Yes, it s this very tense film that s literally, like, your heart feels like it s going to implode because it s such a tense thriller. But without that comic relief that Sandler so effortlessly infuses into Howard, the movie just does not function. And Howard is, he s a patriarch, and so is Sandler.Josh: Also, whenever Sandler is in a movie, you root for him in the face of the most absurd situations. You really believe the things are happening to him and he s feeling them. So, in this in particular, you need to be rooting for Howard to succeed, because again, all of the things fall into place after that. You know, you could not like him, but you are loving him. And if you re yelling at the screen, you are yelling at him to not do things. And you only do that to people who you want to see good things happen to.Rotten Tomatoes: This movie has gotten everybody all kinds of excited, but people have seen Good Time. They know how tense you guys are. Give me a quick one-liner to prep folks for what they should expect going into the film.Josh: I think they can expect an immersive, thrilling experience that will keep you laughing on the edge of your seat to the point that you fall down and you sit on someone else s popcorn.Benny: Yeah. And you will also hope we have the feeling of actually moving to the edge of your seat.Uncut Gems is in theaters everywhere.

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t, and I spoke to Joey s dad, actually, who is a doctor in Montreal. He spoke to me about what people go through, and I hadn t realized the impact that Purdue Pharma [which introduced OxyContin to the market] had on the amount of people whose lives were lost. [It’s] pretty awful to think about the knowledge that they already had about the addictive qualities of these medications and the fact that they were not being honest about it. It s pretty horrific to learn about that. And as I said, I hadn t really been aware of the numbers before. So for me it was very eye-opening, and then infuriating.Rotten Tomatoes: The relationship that you have with Alex Wolff s character in the beginning of the film is so beautifully rendered and important when we consider his journey in the movie. Had you worked with Alex before and how did you guys create that genuine-feeling mother-son intimacy?Campbell: I had never met Alex before we got on set together and started our first scene. I think the fact that I m a mother of two boys really helped me. It helped me be aware of what that dynamic would be already and added an understanding of how devastating this journey would be with my son if I were to go through that myself.And Alex was very, very willing to be vulnerable, and it was so important for this character, and he really went there. He was so committed to it. I think we were really glad when we realized in that first scene that we were both going to allow ourselves to be vulnerable and that we could be; we were safe in that place together.Rotten Tomatoes: We can’t let you go without asking about the upcoming Scream movie. Have you been approached about playing Sidney Prescott again?Campbell: We’re having conversations – I have been approached about it. The timing’s a bit challenging because of COVID. You know, we only started the conversation maybe a month and a half ago, so it’s going to take some time to figure out how it’s all going to work out…. We’re negotiating, so we’ll see.The two directors wrote me a very touching letter about Wes Craven and how he was such an inspiration to them and how they really want to honor him, and that meant a great, great deal to me. So, we’ll see. Hopefully we can all see eye to eye on the project and find a way to make it.Rotten Tomatoes: Are you excited about the possibility of returning to the franchise?Campbell: I’m so grateful for these films… I love Sidney Prescott. It’s always fun for me to step back in her shoes, and it’s always fun for me to see the cast come back and make one of these films again and try to make another good one.Castle In the Ground is available to rent or buy on demand May 15, 2020. Sibling directing partners Joe and Anthony Russo made a huge impression on fans when they entered the Marvel Cinematic Universe with their ’70s thriller–style Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Still considered the best of the MCU by many, it marked the duo as risk-takers with big ideas – and the directing chops to pull them off. No wonder then that Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige asked them to helm three more movies. For their follow-up MCU film, the brothers broke up the family in Civil War; then, last year, they broke our hearts – and global box office records – with Infinity War. Ahead of the release of Avengers: Endgame, the Russo Brothers sat down with Rotten Tomatoes to break Infinity War down piece by piece, character by character, dust fleck by dust fleck. They reveal storylines that might have been, the creation of Thanos, and why fans shouldn’t be so hard on Star-Lord. Then, the duo go into Endgame – as much as they could – sharing the reasoning behind their storytelling decisions and the lengths they’ve gone to in order keep the details of that story secret.“Infinity War was Thanos’s movie, he was the lead of the film, and we gave him a proper ending.” Joe Russo: Anth and I through our entire experience at Marvel always tried to make very disruptive choices with each film. The end of Winter Solider: good guys and the bad guys, we flip everything on its head. Civil War we divorce the Avengers. Infinity War we knew we wanted to make a strong narrative choice. There s an adage where you write yourself into a corner, [you have to] try to figure out how to get out. That usually creates really dramatic moments for the audience. There s no bigger way to write ourselves into a corner than killing half the characters.Anthony Russo: We actually never thought of it as a cliffhanger. In our own brains, for us, we were telling a complete story: This was Thanos s movie, he was the lead of the film, and we gave him a complete arc – a proper ending.(Photo by ©Marvel/©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)“We can only do that if we pulled off the most realistic-feeling performance that you could possibly imagine in a movie.”Joe: He s a profoundly interesting villain who is equal parts empathetic and loathsome. He s also frightening and intimidating and nearly invincible. He s driven, philosophically driven. I think a lot of people respect his monastic dedication to his task. He ll die for it, so he s an acolyte in that regard. And what s interesting about the end of that movie is he shuns all materialism. He s got this amazingly powerful gauntlet that can alter the very fabric of the universe, and he retires to a shack you know, clearly on some desolate planet.Anthony: We knew we wanted to center the movie on [Thanos], and we knew that we can only do that if we pulled off the most realistic-feeling performance that you could possibly imagine in a movie. So we started very early on with our visual effects team, specifically our visual effects supervisor, Dan DeLeeuw, and trying to figure out how the technology can work and how we can actually achieve this. We did a lot of tests. We did tests with Josh Brolin where he would come in, perform, and we would work on it for several months and try to figure out the best version of it. That character was built methodically over the entire span of the development of the film.(Photo by ©Marvel/©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)“That’s why the Avengers lost in Infinity War: they were divided.”Anthony: [Captain America and Tony Stark] are the heart and soul of the Avengers, you know. Tony is sorta like [the’ extroverted leader and Cap is like the heart and soul, the moral core of them.] For the two of them to have a falling out and have an irreconcilable problem was really devastating to the team as a whole. You know in our minds that s why the Avengers lost in Infinity War – the fact that they were divided. They weren t functioning as a team in that movie any longer, so they weren t prepared for the universe’s greatest threat. The journey they re on is very much at the heart of the entire story.“At one point we had Thor going to Titan instead of Wakanda.” Joe: [Choosing who went to Titan and who went to Wakanda in Infinity War] was all story-driven, it was who was where and which character dynamics we wanted to exploit. I think even at one point we had Thor going to Titan instead of Wakanda and then made the decision that we wanted the climax to happen on earth and not on Titan, and so we moved Thor to earth. Again, it s just about storytelling. Where are we gonna create the most interesting story? Which personalities are gonna be the most dynamic together?Anthony: Also, I should say, we don t simply think about who, what do we want the teams to be at the end of the movie. A lot of us figuring that out is, how do we get there? The small little choices that we make along the way that end up pushing somebody one place or the other, ends up dictating where they go.Joe: We knew we wanted Peter with Tony. We knew that we wanted Strange and Tony together because we wanted to see that, two egotistical characters going at each other. We knew Cap was in hiding on earth, so [we] always felt like that would stay that way. Pairing Cap with T Challa was gonna be a really… after that final scene in Civil War to see those two characters reunite, we knew that would be a powerful moment. And where would you run to on earth to be the most protected? Clearly Wakanda. Everything sort of logically starts to answer itself as you move through the story.(Photo by ©Marvel/©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)“We wanted to commit very fully to the idea that Thor was gonna be the hero of the movie.”Anthony: I think one thing Joe and I love about ensemble storytelling is you have so many different places to go in the story at any given moment, the point of view can shift from character to character. We wanted to commit very fully to the idea that Thor was gonna be the hero of the movie. Thor was going off on this very individual quest to find a way after suffering this horrible opening scene defeat, to Thanos, where Thanos kills his brother and Heimdall and wipes out many of his people. So he is on journey through the entire film of revenge. How does he stop Thanos? So the audience is on that ride with Thor the whole way. And it s a difficult road for him, but he finds a way to figure it out.Joe: Almost kills himself doing it.Anthony: Yeah, and so when he shows up in Wakanda, we have gone through all the storytelling beats to tell you: Thor is going to do this. That was one of our great thrills of the movie – not only him arriving [in Wakanda], but then what happens once he does arrive.Joe: [That moment was] based on one of our childhood cinematic inspirations. There s a sequence at the end of Excalibur where Lancelot shows up in the battle. I always remember how rousing that was when I would watch it as a kid, and just trying to replicate a similar experience. Your heroes are on the edge of defeat and one of them, having gone through great pain, shows up to save them. It just felt like the right moment.(Photo by ©Marvel/©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)“Star-Lord made a very emotional choice…He paid for it with his life.”Joe: Part of telling stories is learning empathy. I don t know if people can empathize with Thanos, but they can empathize with Star-Lord – the love of his life was murdered by the guy in front of him, and he made a very emotional choice. I think that s the human choice, and that s the truthful choice that you would make in those circumstances. He paid for it with his life.Anthony: Exactly. As storytellers, we find [the moment when Star-Lord hits Thanos] one of the most empathetic moments in the story. Also, the other thing to focus on his choice; I mean all of these characters make flawed choices. If Thor had not been so angry, and so revenge-driven, he may have killed Thanos faster than he did.Joe: Gone for the head.Anthony: He would have gone for the head, exactly. The fact that he wanted revenge, he wanted to see in Thanos s eyes that he was killing him, that gave Thanos a window to reverse things on him. All these characters have emotional vulnerabilities that complicate their ability to do what needs to be done. Us sort of watching them fight through that is part of the fun.(Photo by ©Marvel/©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)“Tony Stark and Peter Parker developed a father-son relationship…We felt Spider-Man’s death would be hard to watch. Joe: Spider-Man was my favorite character growing up, and it was this notion of a child who had been burdened with this incredible responsibility and through very tragic circumstances with the death of his uncle. Tony Stark and Peter Parker developed a father-son relationship over the course of two films. We felt like [Spider-Man’s death in Tony’s arms] would be hard to watch – and it was. It was hard to watch on set, and it was hard to watch for the audience I think.Anthony: All [through] the premiere and many of the early screenings that we attended, we anticipated the ending being complicated for people because it was complicated for ourselves – but we didn t anticipate the depth of emotion that people would experience from that ending.“Mark Ruffalo turned around in the theater and he thought, Alright, I gotta get out of here before someone hurts me. ”Joe: Ruffalo was in a theater in New York, and he was in a cap and glasses and he was there with his son and his son s friend, and he said when it got to the end of [Infinity War], literally people just sat in the audience for 10 minutes and a guy ripped his shirt off and started screaming, Why? at the screen. Mark turned around in the theater and he thought, Alright, I gotta get out of here before someone hurts me. And he snuck out the side door. So we didn t expect that level of emotional response to it.(Photo by Chuck Zlotnick /© Marvel/ © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)“We ll just say that there s a reason the original six Avengers are left.”Anthony: Our process is to spend many, many, many months in that room with [co-writer Christopher] Markus, [co-writer Stephen] McFeely, with Kevin [Feige, Marvel Studios President], talking through different story ideas, different possibilities. We very thoroughly explore a lot of different ideas before we lock into what s exciting us most. So, at some point, yeah, sure there are many variations [on who died at the end of Infinity War], but once the story starts to take shape it really forms in a muscular way around a single idea. And then we spend months working on that.Joe: The visualization [of the dust] was purely just about the elemental aspect of your body and what happens to it. And that s sort of accelerating the decomposing process in a way, right? As far as who went to dust, everything s always built upon story. We ll just say that there s a reason the original six Avengers are left.(Photo by © Marvel/ © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)“The are more secrets in Endgame than there are in Infinity War.”Joe: RDJ was probably the only one to actually read the entire script. I think Benedict [Cumberbatch] got the script that included his scenes only. Maybe [Chris] Evans might have read the script.Anthony: Part of our motivation to do that is it just takes a lot of pressure off of people. It is hard to constantly censor yourself about what you re saying, how you talk. These movies are your whole life, it s everything you re doing all day long. The inclination is to talk about it. So we take a lot of pressure off of people by just saying, OK, the less you know the less you have to mind yourself.Joe: [Chris] Hemsworth’s character, Thor, doesn t need to know what Captain America s doing for most of Infinity War. Hemsworth reads his scenes and Evans reads his scenes. If they don t read the rest of the movie, they don t know what s going on with it, then it makes them easier to have conversations with people. [We] kept it going, even more so in Endgame. [There are] more secrets in Endgame than there are in Infinity War.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
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T APPEARANCESJulianna Margulies (The Good Wife) and Corey Stoll (House of Cards) will guest star in multiple episodes of Billions when the Showtime drama returns for its fifth season, in spring 2020. Margulies will play Catherine Brant, a bestselling author and Ivy League sociology professor, while Stoll will play Michael Prince, a business tycoon from a small town in Indiana.Emmy-winner Julia Garner (Ozark) will play the titular role in Inventing Anna, the Shonda Rhimes–produced Netflix limited series about real-life con woman Anna Delvey. Also in the cast of the 10-episode series: Laverne Cox (Orange Is the New Black), Anna Chlumsky (Veep), Katie Lowes (Scandal), and Alexis Floyd (The Bold Type). The series is based on writer Jessica Pressler s New York magazine story about Delvey.Yvette Nicole Brown (Community) and Shiri Appleby (UnREAL) will be series regulars in the Disney+ John Stamos dramedy Big Shot.Keegan-Michael Key will host Game On!, an upcoming CBS adaptation of James Corden’s BAFTA-winning British game show A League of Their Own. The show, which features two teams answering rounds of sports questions and performing physical challenges – sump wrestling, for example – will also star Venus Williams and Rob Gronkowski as team leads, as well as comedian Bobby Lee.Carol Burnett will reprise her role as Theresa Stemple, the mother of Helen Hunt’s Jamie Buchman, on Spectrum Originals’ Mad About You reboot, which premieres Nov. 20.Leslie Mann will star in the Amazon Prime Video thriller The Power, based on the bestselling Naomi Alderman novel of the same name about a world where all teenage girls develop the power to electrocute people, and then learn how to pass the power on to older women.Amazon Prime Video will debut its first holiday special, The Kacey Musgraves Christmas Show, the day after Thanksgiving. The Grammy-winning singer/songwriter will perform classic and original holiday tunes, and welcome guests Leon Bridges, James Corden, Troye Sivan, Lana Del Rey, Zooey Deschanel, the Radio City Rockettes, Fred Armisen, Camila Cabello, and Kendall Janner.Billy Magnussen (The Leftovers) has joined the cast of HBO Max’s tragicomedy Made For Love, playing the possibly sociopathic, tech billionaire  husband Cristin Milioti’s Hazel is trying to escape. The series is an adaptation of Alissa Nutting’s book of the same name. (Deadline)CBS’s four-hour James Comey miniseries has added cast members: Scoot McNairy (Halt and Catch Fire) will play former U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, William Sadler (When They See Us) will play former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, and T.R. Knight (Grey’s Anatomy) will play former White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus. The series is based on Comey book A Higher Loyalty. (Deadline)Vanessa Hudgens has joined Andrew Garfield in the cast of the Tick, Tick … Boom! movie that Lin-Manuel Miranda is directing for Netflix.GG Townson (Everybody Hates Chris) and Laila Odom (The Bobby DeBarge Story) will play Cheryl “Salt James and Sandra “Pepa” Denton in Lifetime’s upcoming three-hour Salt-N-Pepa biopic. Mario Van Peebles (New Jack City) will direct the movie.DEVELOPMENT NEWS: JORDAN PEELE AND AL PACINO TEAM TO HUNT NAZI OFFICIALS FOR AMAZON PRIMEHunters is Oscar winner Jordan Peele’s drama about a group of Nazi hunters in 1977 New York City who learn hundreds of high-ranking Nazi officials are living among the citizens of the Big Apple and are plotting a Fourth Reich. Starring Al Pacino, Logan Lerman, Josh Radnor, Dylan Baker, Carol Kane, Saul Rubinek, and Lena Olin, the Amazon Prime Video series follows the titular team that plans to bring the Nazis to justice and thwart their genocidal campaign. Hunters will premiere in 2020.Seven Worlds, One Planet is the next series in the always spectacular Planet franchise from the BBC. Premiering on Jan. 18, 2020, the Sir David Attenborough–narrated series will air on BBC America, AMC, IFC, and SundanceTV and will find filmmakers using 8K cameras, drones, and low-light technology to tell the “story of earth’s seven spectacular continents and how they shape the extraordinary animal behavior and biodiversity we see today,” according to the BBC.Grey’s Anatomy showrunner Krista Vernoff is partnering with Erin Brockovich to develop an ABC drama about Brockovich’s life after the Oscar-winning movie named after her, and about her, made her famous. Titled Rebel, the series will follow Annie “Rebel” Rebelsky, as she continues her work as a legal consultant who doesn’t have a law degree. Vernoff and Brockovich will be executive producers on the series.Ava DuVernay is developing a one-hour TNT drama about the fatal aftermath of a Texas oil refinery accident and the woman trying to seek justice for the victims.Clive Barker’s Books of Blood will be adapted as an original movie on Hulu. Brannon Braga and Adam Simon, who created Salem for WGN America, will write the movie, while Braga will direct. Cast for the film, which will focus on three sagas from Barker’s multi-volume collection of short stories, includes Anna Friel, Britt Robertson, Rafi Gavron and Yul Vazquez. The movie is scheduled to premiere on Hulu in fall 2020.HBO will air a six-episode series, We’re Here, which features drag queens Bob the Drag Queen, Eureka O’Hara, and Shangela Laquifa Wadley travelling to various small towns and recruiting residents to star in a one-night-only drag show. The reality series premieres in spring 2020.ABC is developing a reboot of its own 2011 drama Revenge, this time focused on a Latinx character. Original series creator Mike Kelley will be executive producer on the remake, which finds one of the original series characters guiding the new heroine in a plot for revenge against a wealthy family that owns a pharmaceutical company. (Deadline)Emmy-winning Saturday Night Live star Kate McKinnon will star in and executive produce Joe Exotic, an adaptation of a podcast about two big cat breeders whose rivalry leads to disaster. The show is from the studio UCP, which also produced podcasts-turned-TV series Dirty Johnand Homecoming.American Vandal star Jimmy Tatro will star in the Quibi comedy series Junior High, based on his popular series of YouTube videos in which he and co-star Christian Pierce play students who “struggle to figure out the fast-paced world of middle school as they face some of life’s biggest questions: ‘Do I want to play in the NFL, the NBA, or both?’ and ‘Did I clear the search history on my mom’s computer?’” Tatro and Pierce will also serve as executive producers on the series.AnnaSophia Robb (The Act) will star in Quibi’s Emma, a horror series about a woman who finds herself pregnant, possibly as the result of a conspiracy.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.bob体育网页版下载端午小长假来袭,在这样的炎炎酷暑,出去玩并不是一个好选择,好多小伙伴选择宅家空调房,这时候游戏成了一个遣散无聊的利器,今天来介绍十款开放世界手游,相信不会让玩

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…. It was pretty funny, but we didn t not take it seriously or not try and make it at its highest level, but we still had the joyous child-like glee from the experience.Rotten Tomatoes: And I think the audience will share that feeling, because you watch that scene with Garret and that tiger and it s just delightful in its gory way.Snyder: Yeah, I know. If you can t have fun watching that in the movies, then you ve lost touch of your inner gore child that is waiting to get out.Rotten Tomatoes: I want to talk to you about runtimes, because it s a two-and-a-half hour zombie movie, and we ve come off a four-hour Snyder cut, Zack Snyder s Justice League. What do you say to people who think a popcorn movie needs to be two hours, that s what an audience can handle, that s what makes for good pacing, when you re delivering these long movies that people are eating up?Snyder: I don t know. I mean, the record doesn t hold that. If you go look at the top box office movies of all time, Jim Cameron sure doesn t make short movies, I ll tell you that. You know what I m saying? And Lord of the Rings is no matinée quickie and is better for it; the Dark Knight trilogy, they re not short movies. And the movie s as long as it is. I don t think you can back into it that way. I mean yeah, you have a target, you have an area, two-and-a-half hours. Beyond that, sure, we re constantly trimming. Was the first pass of Army of the Dead three hours, three-and-a-half hours? Probably. I was conscious of it. I was like, Oh, it d be good if it was just under two-and-a-half hours. That d be good. (Photo by Clay Enos / © Netflix)Rotten Tomatoes: And we re actually getting more of this world, right? Snyder: There’s an animated series, a prequel. I m directing two of the episodes of the animated series. Yeah, it s fun. And I came up with the story with Shay [Hatten, co-screenwriter of Army of the Dead] and well, because Shay and I actually, we were ready to go if there was a sequel that anybody ever wanted, we know how to do it, and so the world of the animated series is directly related to what would be the world of the sequel. So I really had to very carefully plan out and construct the entire “what happens in that world” in the world of the animated series. And then the prequel, also Shay and I wrote the story for that. That’s another genre bender – Matthias [Schweighöfer] directed basically a romantic comedy heist movie. We constantly keep doing this genre mashing.Rotten Tomatoes: Can you give us a sense of what we can expect from the animated series? Snyder: In the animated series, we trace the origins of the zombie plague, not only where it came from, but then its actual origins and what is the “why” of it. And from a scale standpoint, it s hilarious. It really is a crackup if you can imagine the kind of things that you could do in animation, where there s no rules and nothing to stop you.Rotten Tomatoes: Also a hard R rating?Snyder: Oh God, yeah. It s very adult animated series, yeah. Very adult.Army of the Dead is in theaters now and available on Netflix from Friday May 21, 2021.

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0.65.0 8月喜迎Ryan Fujitani for Rotten Tomatoes: You have this reputation for being one of the nicest people in Hollywood, but that s gotta be tiring, isn t it? Is it difficult for you, just having everyone sort of expect you to be the most charming person they ve ever met?Hugh Jackman: [laughs] No. What you ve got to understand is most people assume people in movies are dicks, and arrogant, and expect everything. And I actually think I m being a slightly watered down version of the way I was brought up, as in my parents would expect me to be nicer, more polite, more appreciative, never allow anyone to do anything for me. So I kind of get away with it, I think, in a way. People go, Wow. I always feel what they re saying is, For a movie star, you re kind of nice. RT: It s not, He s a nice guy. It s, He s a nice guy for a movie star. Jackman: For a movie star. Exactly. Like, people say to me, Oh, that was so sweet. You remembered my name. And I m just like, You just told me three seconds ago. You know? Anyway If you re a parent, you go up and you say, Oh, hello, Mrs. Lacey. And they say, Oh, you remembered my name.  And it s like, Yeah. I m looking after your stinking kid all this time. Of course you remember my name. RT: So that works to your advantage.Jackman: Oh, totally. Expectations are low. Easy to deliver.RT: Well, so far, you re a pretty nice guy for an actor.Jackman: Right, thanks man. For an actor. [laughs]RT: So, let s talk about The Front Runner. Obviously the Gary Hart story was a big one here in the States when it happened, but I m wondering how much of it you were aware of before you took on the role.Jackman: Oh, I really was not aware. In fact, I was like most people. Most people would say to me, Oh, yeah, Gary Hart. Monkey business? What was the name? And, Didn t he tell them to follow him around? And it would usually happen in that order. I was probably I would know even less than that. I didn t know the follow me around. I think I d heard of Monkey Business.I think what s really interesting about this film Jason s highlighted something that s been pretty much forgotten. It feels like a blip in terms of political history, right? But actually, when you look at that moment, you really get an idea of how and why we got to where we are today. And I think that s what makes Jason such a great storyteller.And also, I m proud of the way he kind of treats everybody in the movie, and every character, and someone who might ve been, What was her name, that girl on the boat? You know? But by the end, you really feel and understand and empathize with her story as much as the woman at the Washington Post, or the campaign worker who has to take care of Donna. You see it from so many perspectives.RT: And the actors playing all of those characters. It s a fantastic cast you re working with in this film.Jackman: Oh yeah, a phenomenal cast. And Jason had this technique which was really interesting. He really wanted a very believable atmosphere. He used to grab extras. So I d be doing a scene, and an extra would be He would just say, I want you to go and interrupt, and I want you to go and do this, and so they would just come in and interrupt. We d have to deal with it.When we did the press conference [scene], we didn t know what order the questions were going to come in. They were just sort of being fired. He just said, Can you see that? He would point they were all in there, and I wasn t allowed to go in. We re peeking through the door, and he says, Can you see that white cross on the floor? And I said, Yeah. And he goes, If you stand around there, and go for it. I m like, Like now? Like go? And he goes, Yeah. So we just sort of walked in. So it was really interesting what he did.RT: The film paints a complex portrait of Gary Hart, because it builds him up as this superstar candidate, but it doesn t shy away from his faults. It must have been a challenge to portray someone who is so charismatic and charming and seemingly upstanding, but also has these big gaping flaws, because you had to show how he was so likable at the same time that he was, in a sense, morally compromised. How did you strike that balance?Jackman: It was a definite challenge for me on many levels because I m more of an open book. We ve only spoken for ten minutes. A lot of the characters I play have their heart beating out of their chest, and this is someone who will allow you close. He is very charismatic and enigmatic some people called him elusive. He was hard to get to know. He would let you get close to a point, but then not, and he never really felt comfortable personally letting everybody in. It just wasn t his personality, nor did he think that was important for the job he was going for, and thought it was distracting.He thought about things very, very differently than any other politician, and this is really the turning point. After this point, it s very clear to every political candidate that there is your personality, your ability or willingness to entertain, to be an entertainer, is part of the process. There was a reason why, I think, Clinton played saxophone on Arsenio Hall, whereas that wasn t happening before. Things certainly did change in this era, and I think the challenge for me was having the restraint to not let people in fully, because that is my instinct.Of course, I had to have that inner life, and you needed to see that, but there s moments of kindness, which are actually true. Like on the plane to the reporter who was going through that fright with a fear of flying.RT: That was a real thing that happened?Jackman: Yeah, that actually happened. Yeah, you know, he would hand books to people, and he would buy drinks for the press. But, at the same time, you never really fully felt that you got to know every part of him, and that was the challenge. It was a big challenge for me, and I really relied and leaned heavily on Jason for that.RT: You touched on this already, but while this film is certainly about the rise and fall of Gary Hart, it s clearly also about how journalism and especially political journalism changed at the time, particularly with respect to the privacy of candidates running for office. I think the film lets the audience decide where they stand, between the press should be free and candidates deserve their privacy. Where do you stand on that?Jackman: Look, it s a far more important job than probably anything else out there, so I do understand that people need to feel like they know the character of all these candidates. I learned this this is a new world prior to 1970, there was no primary system. So now you re expecting everyone around the country to judge 12 people that are running for a Republican ticket. So there is a responsibility of the press to get to know these people, and to let us know. You don t have time to do it.I think the question more for rather than putting it all on the press, and it s the press s job, and have they gone too far or not, I think if we as voters or citizens, whichever country we re at, have a very strong sense of what is important to us, what do we need to know, because that is different for everybody. And I don t judge it, the film doesn t judge it. Some people will judge a person on how they are in their marriage, you know? I m not, except for the person I m married to, but that s not me. But I do judge someone s character. I want to know that they are smart enough to see problems that I can t see coming, and that they have the conviction to follow through on what they say they re going to do. So that is a character judgment.So on some level, I do want to know them. I would like that to be uncovered. I don t need to know if they wear boxers or briefs, or their dog s name, whether they played piano in school, or what their girlfriend s name is, or whether they smoke marijuana. I don t really care about that. But that s different for everybody.RT: Before we go, I feel like I have to ask this. There s obviously been a lot of talk about the whole Disney-Fox deal and the fact that Bob Iger confirmed that Marvel s Kevin Feige will be the new caretaker of the X-Men franchise. If and I know this is a big if at some point, if they figure out a way to incorporate the X-Men into the existing Marvel Cinematic Universe, and they come knocking on your door, would you be willing to come back in some capacity, whether big or small?Jackman: Now, in terms of opening windows, you just left a crack so small. Like, Would you like to just smell what is going on in the room? I love what you did there.For many, many years, I often thought how cool would it be to have Wolverine in a scene with Iron Man, or Hulk, particularly Hulk, and all of that. I totally get that. It frustrated me that that was not And I, for many years, thought that that was an impossibility. But, mate, I think the ship has sailed.You know, when you get into a party, you leave the party, all is good. You re in the cab. You re just about to get home, and someone goes, You ve got to come back, dude. Such-and-such has turned up, and you go, You know what? I m going to bed. The Front Runner opens in limited release on November 7.
(Photo by Columbia Pictures)Disney remained in full dominance at the box office this weekend, though Quentin Tarantino had the biggest opening of his career and a shot at his fourth 0 million grosser.King of the Crop(Photo by © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)No surprise that Disney’s The Lion King was able to hold on to the No. 1 slot this week. Even with a 60 percent drop, the animated film was still able to haul in million. That is the ninth-best second weekend of all time, and with 3 million in the bank it is good enough for eighth place after ten days of release. Incredibles 2 last year had 9.7 million and the live-action Beauty and the Beast was at 9 million in 2017. They now move down to ninth and tenth all-time. All signs right now suggest Jon Favreau’s redo is headed north of 0 million domestic. It is over 2 million worldwide to date and already 47th on the all-time chart.Once Upon a Time…Generally, films about Hollywood and the industry do not draw the same reactions from the public as they do from critics and people in the know. Comedies such as Tropic Thunder, Get Shorty, and Bowfinger have done well enough, but more inside baseball stuff about the business, like Ed Wood and Hail, Caesar!, have not exactly attracted major interest. But throw in two of the most recognizable names in front of the camera and a third behind it and all of a sudden you have Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, which earned the biggest opening of Quentin Tarantino’s career with .35 million. Better even than his last go-round with Brad Pitt in August 2009 when Inglourious Basterds opened to .05 million. However, it may be the other star that is the true secret sauce.Leonardo DiCaprio is as safe a bet these days in casting original projects. Directors like Martin Scorsese and Christopher Nolan help, but the Oscar winner also elevated Baz Luhrmann and Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu to the biggest successes of their careers as well. DiCaprio’s last four films (including his supporting turn in Django Unchained) have grossed 6 million or higher. Go back a full decade to 2010 and you can make the streak six out of seven (with Clint Eastwood’s J. Edgar being the sole outlier with just .3 million total). Inception (.7 million), The Great Gatsby ( million), and Shutter Island ( million) all opened higher, but that just means that Once Upon a Time is the fourth-best opener of DiCaprio’s career, just as it is Pitt’s. World War Z (.4 million), Mr. Mrs. Smith (.3 million), and Troy (.8 million) all opened higher. Pitt has had ten 0 million grossers as either a lead or co-lead. If you count Django, then DiCaprio has had ten as well. An opening like this certainly gives both actors a chance to take those numbers to 11.The Top Ten And Beyond(Photo by Sony Pictures)Spider-Man: Far From Home crossed the billion-dollar line worldwide this week; it is the first Spidey film to do so. With 4 million after 27 days, the film overall is still right in line with 0 million grosser The Hunger Games and still a bit ahead of 2002’s Spider-Man. However, its fourth weekend of .2 million is well behind the respective million and .5 million fourth weekends of those films, so it is fading a bit faster. Transformers: Dark of the Moon posted a million fourth weekend as well, and finished with 2 million. Far From Home is still about million ahead of that film’s place and is likely headed somewhere in the vicinity of Spider-Man 2’s 3 million. Worldwide it is currently the 32nd-best earner of all time and seems on track to pass Skyfall’s .108 billion and become Sony’s highest-grossing film ever.Toy Story 4 is going to cross 0 million domestic next weekend, and after 38 days is the 18th-highest grosser ever. Its .8 million sixth weekend is better than 11 of the top 20 films on that list, and looks ready to finish north of 5 million. That will help get the film over a billion as it currently stands as the 56th-highest-grossing film ever worldwide. Ahead of it at the moment, globally, is Disney’s live-action Aladdin, which, with .009 billion in the bank, is the 39th-highest-grosser ever.Finally, in limited release news, Lulu Wang’s The Farewell — still brandishing a perfect 100% on the Tomatometer — made it into the Top Ten this weekend. It is the first film not in wide release to hit the top ten since the weekend of Mar. 22-24 when No Manches Frida 2 grossed .77 million in 472 theaters. The Farewell is only in 135 theaters nationwide and grossed .55 million this weekend. How does that stack up to similar releases? That is better than A24’s Eighth Grade did last summer when it expanded to 158 theaters in weekend three and grossed .26 million. When Revolutionary Road jumped to the same number of theaters in its third weekend, it grossed .42 million that week and went on to gross .91 million total. Among a sample of some of the more successful indie releases between 125-150 theaters at this point, The Farewell is not quite up to the heights of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon or Midnight In Paris, but with .6 million after 17 days it is ahead of all the rest of them, including such notable titles as There Will Be Blood, Boogie Nights, and Thank You For Smoking. Next weekend’s nationwide expansion will paint a larger picture.This Time Last Year(Photo by © Paramount)It was Tom Cruise and Mission: Impossible – Fallout handily leading the way with a .23 million opening. That was more than the next five films in the top ten combined, including the disappointing bow for Teen Titans Go! To The Movies, which only began with .41 million. Both films were very well-liked with critics, scoring 97% and 91%, respectively. Last year’s entire Top Ten averaged 71% on the Tomatometer and the Top Ten grossed 3.33 million; just the 42nd-best among July weekends since 1990. This year’s Top Ten averaged 73.7% on the Tomatometer and grossed a total of 2.52 million, only the 34th best.On the Vine: Hobbs Shaw Hopes For Spinoff SuccessFor the third week in a row Hollywood is delivering just a single new wide release into theaters and it could be another big one. Fast Furious Presents: Hobbs Shaw hopes to explode next week after the previous three films in the franchise opened to million or higher. Will Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham’s partnership draw the loyal fanbase to similar numbers? Also next week, A24 expands Lulu Wang’s The Farewell nationwide. And look for other well-received Sundance fare in limited release, including Luce (95%) with Naomi Watts, Octavia Spencer, and Kelvin Harrison Jr., as well as Jennifer Kent’s follow-up to
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官方正版授权手游王者NBA是由范特西原班人马亲临上阵,保留范特西NBA原有特色的基础上,也加入了多重不同的创新玩法,让您感受到不一样的NBA魅力! IS IT GOOD STAR WARS?This is Star Wars heaven. — Germain Lussier, io9.comCasual viewers and superfans alike need not despair over The Mandalorian s many departures; despite its glossy and alien appearance, the first episode suggests the show is vintage Star Wars through and through. — Jeva Lange, The WeekLess concerned with capturing the magic of Star Wars than roughing it up a bit. Even when The Mandalorian lags, its swerve from a more expected route makes it more intriguing as an entryway into a galaxy far, far away. — Caroline Framke, VarietyHappily, the show s brisk, handsomely produced 39-minute premiere is a great deal of fun, giving fans reason to have a good feeling about this. — Brian Lowry, CNN.comThe Mandalorian may not be risky but its commitment to simplicity works to its advantage, capturing the spirit of the original series with a good amount of monsters, shootings, and adventures. [Full Review in Spanish] — Jorge Loser, EspinofA welcome return to old school Star Wars style, that I loved watching and was left wanting more. [Full review in Spanish] — Jorge Loser, EspinofNot that this detracts from the charm of a series that has started in relatively low key fashion but seems certain to leave everyone, and not just Star Wars ultra-diehards, wanting more. — Ed Power, Daily Telegraph (UK) The Mandalorian pulls no punches. It s Star Wars /Disney right down to its weird sand creatures and blighted outposts, and a safe-but-entertaining start for the media giant s exploratory mission into a largely untamed universe. — Lorraine Ali, Los Angeles TimesThe Mandalorian is everything fans could have wanted from a live-action Star Wars TV show and with a killer performance from Pedro Pascal, it s already clear this is going to be appointment viewing each week. — Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comThe next challenge: making it feel like Star Wars. Based on its first episode, The Mandalorian rises to that one, too, digging into the seedy underbelly glimpsed in Episode IV s cantina scene and throughout Rogue One. — Keith Phipps, New York Magazine/VultureThe Mandalorian, more than anything Disney has produced outside of Rogue One, actually feels like Star Wars. — Joshua Tyler, Giant Freakin RobotThe Mandalorian is inherently Star Wars, especially when it isn t. It s a George Lucas idea with the flair of J.J. Abrams and the bold confidence of Rian Johnson. It s a unifying rally cry for a franchise that needs it most. — Charlie Ridgely, ComicBook.comDOES THE CAST DELIVER?(Photo by Disney+)At least for a while, the Mandalorian and IG-11 form a bantering, gunfighting duo as the pilot begins aggressively aping Butch Cassidy The Sundance Kid, which is about as good a thing to echo as I can imagine. — Dan Fienberg, Hollywood ReporterIf you love watching a bunch of armored space soldiers shooting at each other with blasters, you ll have nothing to complain about. But-sans history, motivation, or facial expressions-it rings a bit hollow, lacking the achingly human element. — Sonia Saraiya, Vanity FairAs you would expect, the leading man, played by Game of Thrones actor Pedro Pascal, is a gargantuan presence. The camera rarely strays from him as he blasts through dozens of enemies. — Jack Shepherd, SFX MagazineThe complexity introduced by Pascal s performance, Favreau s writing, and Filoni s direction is enough to keep us engaged. 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Attempts to establish a time and place are clunky. — Kelly Lawler, USA Today(Photo by Disney+)SHOULD WE KEEP WATCHING?The Mandalorian may not be the next Game of Thrones, and Disney+ may not succeed as a service. But what s here so far is a good Star Wars TV show, one that takes the existing lore and setting and expands it in a new and exciting way. — Chaim Gartenberg, The VergeEverything before the reveal promises a lean Western series carried by a hero who ll always save the day. As history proves, that s the basis for pure entertainment, and it s a promise the show should keep.— Matt Patches,PolygonAt first glance, The Mandalorian appears to have lived up to its potential. — Kevin Yeoman, ScreenRant[The premiere is] good enough to keep me watching, forgettable enough that I doubt I ll want to watch this specific episode again. — Brian Tallerico, RogerEbert.comIt s a convincing hook for a series, but the series premiere was all action and minimal plot. — Paul Dailly, TV FanaticAlthough this first episode has its struggles, these cliffhanger questions and the sense of nostalgia laced throughout may well have you coming back for more. — Alex Haslam, Radio TimesThe Mandalorian seems satisfied with its gunfights, aliens, robots and silent hero. And it should be because so far it s great. — Evan Saathoff, Birth.Movies.Death.As long as you go into The Mandalorian merely expecting the first chunk of a roughly six-hour film (we don t know yet how much the length of episodes will vary), all will be good. — Chris Taylor, MashableThe climax of The Mandalorian premiere cut strangely between misshapen tones, from laser-cannon gundowns to a cute baby melting even the coldest heart. — Darren Franich , Entertainment WeeklyThe Mandalorian season 1, episode 1 is now available on Disney+.

2022-01-27

Rotten Tomatoes recently held its first Rotten Tomatoes Critics Workshop, designed to help freelance critics and journalists navigate festivals, develop industry contacts, and get their stories placed. We asked the industry professionals who spoke at our workshops to provide their top tips for freelancers; the below come from IndieWire Executive Editor and Chief Critic, and founder of the Critics Academy initiative, Eric Kohn.1. Do Your HomeworkGet familiar with every section of the festival. Make sure you’re aware of the major filmmakers in the lineup and learn more about their work if you haven’t been exposed to it. Look for the connective tissue in the lineup: Common themes, actors appearing in multiple projects, notable backgrounds. Read the trades to get familiar with the bigger industry trends that could dominate conversations around the festival and inform some of the developments in store. Think in expansive terms: Writing reviews for a film-specific outlet is important, but interviews, features, and other stories may interest publications even more. 2. Pitch As Early As PossibleMost publications secure their plans weeks in advance. Consider practical ways to get on a publication’s radar that could yield more opportunities. Send your best pitch around, and if it gets accepted, follow up by offering more coverage. Start with publications that have covered Sundance before, but look for others that haven’t covered the festival to see if your pitch might break new ground. Explain the timeline. If a movie could play big over the first weekend, you need to make sure you’re including that information in your pitch, as it signals to an editor that the idea is time-sensitive and needs to be prioritized. 3. Remember: Everything Is A StoryWhether or not you went to journalism school, you must think like a disciplined journalist. Even when you’re not watching movies, you’re at work. Every conversation at a party or in line for a screening could lead to a valuable connection. Print your own business cards and exchange contact information. It’s fun to make new friends who share your interests, but even friendly encounters have a pragmatic function. Editors and fellow writers might help you find new gigs, but don’t just focus on them. Look for distributors, programmers, sales agents, and publicists – all of whom wield enormous influence in the industry, but also depend on journalists to cover it. They’re always a resource for you.4. Think Long-Term As Well As Short-TermMost of the world isn’t at Sundance and many media outlets don’t pay much attention to the insular film festival community. However, a lot of these movies will come out later. Stay on top of their release dates. Maybe you scored an early interview with a breakout performer that you can hold for that occasion. Or maybe you saw several movies that deal with a single potent theme, and can pitch that angle as a thinkpiece if they all come out around the same time. 5. Follow Up! This is one of the most important aspects of all freelancing that many writers don’t understand. Editors are often buried under a sea of pitches and other emails as they get through every busy day. Even brilliant pitches sometimes get lost in the shuffle. When you pitch an editor, make a note on your calendar to follow up in the near future – but not too soon. Wait at least 3-4 days before checking in. If you still don’t hear back after that, just move on. However, it’s unwise to assume that radio silence is equivalent to disinterest, and if you don’t make the effort to get an answer on your best pitches, it may never happen. Eric Kohn is the New York-based Executive Editor Chief Critic at IndieWire, where he has worked since 2007. Kohn travels to film festivals around the globe, interviews filmmakers, and managed IndieWire’s network for professional film critics, the Criticwire Network. He also launched the Critics Academy initiative, a series of educational workshops for aspiring entertainment journalists, and teaches film criticism at NYU. He is the editor of Harmony Korine: Interviews, published by the University of Mississippi Press in 2014. He is the 2018-19 chairman of the New York Film Critics Circle and served as a member of the jury for Critics Week at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival. Follow Eric on Twitter @erickohn.

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