Jean Bentley for Rotten Tomatoes: How is Hostile Planet different from other natural history shows?I think a lot of these other ones that we all grew up with were celebrating the beauty of the world, but sometimes it s almost like you re looking at a picture, but you re not seeing the reality of the hard stuff. Hostile Planet really shows that raw, difficult, heartbreaking, painful, hostile end of what wildlife are going through. And I think animals that have been on the edge already, climate change has now pushed them over the edge, but yet these creatures have this incredible resilience and adaptability and survival instinct. Under that pressure is this really amazing and beautiful and heartbreaking [spirit that is] powerful to see. Sometimes it s a triumph and a lot of times it isn t. But that is what Hostile Planet is showing: just how hostile the conditions are and what the wildlife are having to go through. It will make you cry. The other ones maybe made you cry because it was so beautiful, if you re that way inclined, this one, even if you re not that way inclined, you will cry because it s very powerful.How do you tackle death on the show?Head on — but the thing is the animals tell that story, actually. And I think, again, beforehand maybe the genre just showed the animals, but now it really follows that journey, and often from different perspectives. So instead of celebrating the lion killing whatever, now it s a story of the little fawn who, you know, 99 percent of the fawns are dead within their first hour because they re so vulnerable on these plains. So now this flips it on its head and follows the little fawn deer, and how can they survive when they re surrounded by hyenas? And that s why it s like, “Oh my God” when you watch it.So it s different from a show like Nat Geo s Savage Kingdom, for example, which just focuses on the predators. Right?This turns it on its head. This is about the survivors. How do these animals survive when they re battling climate change, the terrain, and the predators?(Photo by National Geographic/Adrian Seymour)How deeply do you go into climate change and how do you talk about it on the show?We just show how finely balanced so many of these ecosystems are and the change that has happened over the last 150, 20, 10 years and the effects it s having on animals. So when you see baby elephants dying in the drought after walking hundreds and hundreds of miles to their traditional watering holes and there s nothing there, it s pretty heartbreaking when you see it.Is there a call to action at all, or are you just hoping people will be inspired by the message?I think the call to action is awareness, if you can show people [what’s happening]. We live in a cynical world and we re always battling apathy and cynicism, and the animal stories battle that the best.For Running Wild, you ve had an insane list of people on the show. Who do you think coped the best with their surroundings?I always resist singling people out as the best or worst, because I never think that s a particularly good vibe. But what I always say is that people often really surprise you, and I think I ve learned not to judge books by their cover — especially with some of the ladies, who have just been remarkably resilient and strong and tenacious. I think it s inspiring because they often don t expect it themselves because they ve never done anything like this before. And it s a reminder that the wild doesn t care what color you are, what gender you are, how big or small your bank account is. It rewards character and tenaciousness and facing your fears. So that s always been an inspiring thing for me.Which current celebrities would you love to have on the show?I ve always had three that I ve really dreamt of getting on the show. We haven t got them for five seasons, but I think we re going to get them in this season. So that s pretty cool. But we re not going to say who it is.Is there any pie in the sky person you want?Three of them, and we re getting them.(Photo by National Geographic/Oliver Clague)Why do you think people are drawn to shows about nature?I think because it s real and it s often about families. I think we all relate to that. We all care about our families and then you see it in the wildlife sense, and it s often so heartbreaking when families are separated and then worse than that when babies lose their lives. And that s why Hostile Planet is so powerful. It shows warts and all. I think there s always going to be a hunger in all of us for natural things. You can t fight hundreds of thousands of years of DNA in us and to think in 50 years suddenly we re not going to be interested in the wild or adventure or things of the heart because it s deep in our DNA, that’s [silly]. I think that s why people love Running Wild. There is something about starting a fire. Why is that exciting for people? But if they ve never done it before and they re cold and they re shivering and they re desperate and it s a really powerful moment.What was something that surprised you about producing Hostile Planet and not having to be out in the field as much?Well, I still am out in the field. The only thing that s changed is now we re executive producing as well. The privilege of doing that on all of our shows is that it means we pick where we go when we go and the people we go with. And when you spend the amount of time away as we do as a team, it makes a huge difference to be able to have the control to say, “I want to work with great friends and the people that have been alongside me through many adventures.” So for me, executive producing is a privilege of that. And also making sure the stories are told right and truthfully rather than leaving that power to someone else.Hostile Planet airs Mondays at 9 p.m. on National Geographic Channel.Like this? 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6.63.0 6月喜迎Bernardo Velasco, with José Pablo Minor and Armisen as a recurring guest star. Season 1 is also Certified Fresh at 100% on the Tomatometer with 23 reviews.As Hispanic Heritage Month comes to a close, we take a look at some American TV series that not only feature Latino (or Latinx, if you prefer) actors, but embrace Hispanic culture overall. Some will be familiar, like ABC s Ugly Betty, The CW s Jane the Virgin, and Netflix s reboot of One Day at a Time (renewed for season 4 on Pop). Netflix has done a fantastic job of also introducing U.S. audiences to Spanish-language series that resonate broadly, like Elite (91% Tomatometer score) and Money Heist (100%), but those series weren t necessarily made with American audiences in mind, and so we ve left them off of this list.Read on to see which U.S. television series have celebrated Hispanic culture. Don t see your favorite on our list? Hit the comments section with the titles you love, and we ll add your recommendations.
Which decade from the last 40 years had the fetchest high school movies? (We’re going to make this happen.) That’s what we’re deciding in a very special episode of Vs. that’s slowly walking down the stairs armed with warm apple pies, blaring boom boxes, and an occasional break of the fourth wall. How exactly, though, can you compare a decade like the 1980s, which gave us everything from Say Anything… to Ferris Bueller’s Day Off to a decade like the 2010s, with its whip-smart Lady Bird and adventurous Dope? RT Contributing Editor Mark Ellis has a way… four ways in fact. In this episode of Vs. he compares each decade’s high-school movie output based on Tomatometer and Audience Scores, box office performance, memorable moments and characters, and one wild card round to declare which 10-year stretch is the movies’ equivalent to your high school’s Prom King, Valedictorian, or that ultimate hero: The Person Dating a College Guy.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
After an action-packed six-season run, Vikings came to an end in December 2020. Created, executive produced, and written by Michael Hirst (Elizabeth, The Tudors), the Emmy Award-winning program began as a mini-series and the History Channel s first original scripted program when it premiered in 2013, but it proved so popular with audiences that a renewal was quickly granted. Hirst ventured forth to explore this story, this world, and these characters in ways equally gritty and glorious.Vikings told the story of Viking explorer Ragnar Lothbrok (Travis Fimmel), his first wife and future queen Lagertha Lothbrok (Katheryn Winnick), his three sons Bjorn Ironside (Alexander Ludwig), Ivar the Boneless (Alex Høgh Andersen), and Ubbe (Jordan Patrick Smith), his traitorous brother Rollo (Clive Standen), boat-builder bestie Floki (Gustaf Skarsgård), and their exploits as they sought to expand their reach and influence across the vast ocean.The show may be over, but Vikings fans do have reason to celebrate: the epic Norse adventures are set to continue on in Vikings: Valhalla. The spin-off was ordered by Netflix in 2019, and while it s not directly linked to the story that began on the History Channel and ended on Amazon Prime Video, the connective tissue will still be there. Fans got an exciting behind-the-scenes peek at the series during Netflix s Geeked Week event.Set sail behind the scenes of Vikings: Valhalla #GeekedWeek pic.twitter.com/gr3RCCsbjJ Netflix Geeked (@NetflixGeeked) June 7, 2021Itching for more details on the upcoming series? Here s everything we know about Vikings: Valhalla.[Spoiler alert: while the following details are known to devoted history buffs, tread lightly if you don t want potential plot points to be revealed.]What will Vikings: Valhalla be about?(Photo by Netflix)Unlike Vikings, which took audiences back to the beginning of the Viking Age, Vikings: Valhalla will act as sort of a bookend to the original series and explore the years leading up to the end of the Viking Age, altogether.The first thing worth pointing out is the timeline of this new tale. Vikings: Valhalla will jump forward nearly 100 years in time to the 11th century and follow the adventures of legendary Vikings like Erik the Red, Leif Erikson, Freydis Eriksdotter, and Harald Hardrada as they struggle to survive in a quickly evolving world.At the center of this will be a bloody conflict of faith, which Vikings fans know so well. The war between Christianity and Paganism will continue in Vikings: Valhalla and, historically speaking, is one of the driving factors in the Vikings downfall. Picking up where Vikings left off at the end of Season 6, the Netflix spin-off will showcase the expansion of Christianity into Scandinavian territories, which will put our Viking heroes in an uncomfortable, defensive position. One of the big issues is the Christianisation of the Pagan world, Hirst revealed to Entertainment Tonight. You re going to see Christian Viking armies fighting Pagan Viking armies, and that s really interesting. How will it connect to the original series?(Photo by ©History Channel)It s pretty safe to say that all your fan-favorite characters from Vikings will be dead — and hopefully hanging out with Odin in Valhalla — once the new spin-off premieres on Netflix. That doesn t mean the likes of Ragnar, Lagertha, Bjorn, or Ivar won t be impacting the story moving forward. Legacy was always a big part of Vikings, so we should probably expect to get bigger insight into how their past adventures will influence these new characters lives.It seems that the bloodline will continue, too. Remember how Ragnar s brother Rollo turned his back on his people and faith to take the throne as the first ruler of Normandy? Well, William the Conqueror (Rollo s great-great-great-grandson) will be featured in Vikings: Valhalla, which has sparked speculation about Standen s possible return to play the part. While history may state that Erik the Red was the first Viking to discover North America, Ragnar s third son Ubbe landed there in the final season of Vikings, leading to a story detail the new series may address.One of the biggest connective components will be the coastal town of Kattegat. The small settlement where we were first introduced to Ragnar and his pals grew into a bustling trading port by the end of Vikings season 6. The time jump between shows will reap positive results for Kattegat which will now be seen as one of Europe s largest ports.In an interview with Collider, Hirst discussed Kattegat s growth and the ways in which the port will connect both shows:“Whenever they meet in the great hall in Kattegat, and of course they talk about the great heroes who used to sit in the same hall at the same table, and they were Ragnar Lothbrok, Lagertha, and Bjorn Ironside, and Ivar the Boneless, who are now mythic characters even within the show, even within Vikings: Valhalla. That’s a really great connection and effect. It gives ready-made histories to the new show. So you don’t need to know who Ragnar is to watch the new show. But it enriches the show and it hopefully will make people go back and find out, ‘Well who are these people they keep talking about? Was Ragnar so great? Why are these people mythic characters?’ So everything connects in a useful, and interesting, and fascinating way.”Who are the creators of Vikings: Valhalla?(Photo by Tiffany Rose/Getty Images)We d be remiss if we didn t mention Michael Hirst s creative control of Vikings. The man wrote all 89 episodes of the series, which is a massive achievement and undertaking. It s safe to say he s probably due for a vacation. I just have a kind of oversight, he revealed to Collider. I m not writing any of it myself. That oversight comes as an Executive Producer credit for Hirst. Jeb Stuart, the screenwriter of movies like Die Hard and The Fugitive, has stepped into the role of showrunner and writer for Vikings: Valhalla. Of course, he s much more a thriller writer and that shows, Hirst continued. So it will look different, but it s still good, really good, from what I ve seen of it so far. Who’s in the cast?A project such as this one requires a stellar cast to go with it. Deadline announced the line-up of talent involved with the series in early 2021. Here s the main casting rundown and character descriptions for Vikings: Valhalla:Sam Corlett (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina) as Leif Erikson: A Greenlander who comes from a tightly-knit family steeped in the old pagan beliefs. Leif is our entry into a Viking world in the throes of violent change.
As we all gear up for what will undoubtedly be the most subdued Halloween most of us have ever experienced in our lifetimes, it s nice to know we can still kick back at home and have the living daylights scared out of us. The easiest way to do that, of course, is to watch a terrifying horror movie, but with so many offerings in the genre, which films are the most likely to pull us to the edge of our seat and shock us right back into the fetal position?With all of that in mind, we decided to conduct a highly scientific survey to figure out what exactly is the scariest movie ever made, and to that end, we came up with a basic list of well-regarded classics and asked our fans on social media to contribute their suggestions. See below for our final list of 40 frightening horror flicks and vote for the one you think deserves to be called the Scariest Movie Ever!Do you feel like something is missing from the list? Let us know in the comments!
(Photo by Universal / courtesy Everett Collection)20 Movies To Watch If You Loved The Breakfast ClubIf you re looking for more movies like The Breakfast Club, you ve come to the right place, princess. Or criminal. Or basket case. Or whoever you identify with from John Hughes timeless high school classic of disaffected youth. If you re new to school, Hughes was the outsider king of 80s cinema. The other movies of the era he was involved with Sixteen Candles, Ferris Bueller s Day Off, Pretty in Pink, and Some Kind of Wonderful are nearly equal in stature to Breakfast Club.A lot of high school movies are about partying, and there s certainly some of those necessary classics in this guide (Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Dazed and Confused), but Breakfast Club is beloved for synthesizing the emotional and mental states of those further down the social ladder. A lot of these stories are told from male perspectives, like in broad comedies Weird Science or Better Off Dead, the fight-ready My Bodyguard or Lucas, the sincerely devastating Dead Poets Society, and the bring-on-the- 90s Pump Up the Volume.Of course, much of the appeal of John Hughes movies is that they aren t just boys clubs. Thanks to his groundbreaking works, high school cinema opened up for female-centric stories, including the black comedy satire Heathers and the frothy Clueless, which would lead the way into the new century for Mean Girls and The Edge of Seventeen.The 21st century got its high school outsider poster boy with Napoleon Dynamite in 2004. As the internet became ubiquitous and we became more connected and young people more empathetic (we hope), high school movies evolved into ground zero for a new class of protagonists we wouldn t have seen even in prior years. For proof, see Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, or the LGBTQ-focused Booksmart and Love, Simon. The movies of John Hughes, who sought to save the hearts and souls of the young before they were sacrificed to society and class hierarchy, helped make these movies possible.What would you recommend to someone who loved The Breakfast Club?
亚博下载官网 Making the long weekend of video panels feel a little bit more like the real-deal SDCC, Comic-Con@Home actually starts Wednesday – the traditional preview day at the physical event – with a single hour of content: a look at the upcoming film, Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins. Featuring interviews with stars Henry Golding, Andrew Koji, Úrsula Corberó, Samara Weaving, Haruka Abe, Iko Uwais, Peter Mensah, Takehiro Hira, and legendary G.I. Joe comic books Larry Hama, there will also be a chance for some viewers to get access to early screenings of the movie later that night. The panel goes live July 21 at 1 p.m. PT.Thursday July 22(Photo by Eli Joshua Ade/HBO)In a departure from an in-person SDCC and even last year’s @Home event, Thursday programing starts late with panels premiering only from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. PT. The bulk of them are devoted to the more educational and advocacy aspects of Comic-Con International’s mission, but one caught our attention.Debuting at 6 p.m., “GeekED Rewind 20-21: The True American Horror of Lovecraft Country” will take a look back at the series with an emphasis on how the series changed college learning across the year when education occurred at home. Panelists Jada Anderson (assistant resident director at UCLA), Alfred Day (associate dean of students at UC Berkeley), Dr. Andrea Letamendi (director of student resilience at UCLA and host of The Arkham Sessions Podcast), and Dr. David Surratt (vice president and dean of students at the University of Oklahoma) will look at how “numerous courses, lesson plans, and campus conversations emerged from Lovecraft Country, which served as both an analogy and an outlet for college students and educators alike.” They will also reflect on “the impact this story had on their experiences, the impact of Black horror and sci-fi, and the power of telling our own story.”Friday July 23Friday sets the new Comic-Con@Home standard with panels debuting between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. PT. The long day also means more simultaneous content to enjoy, so pay particular attention to the times. Of course, as panels will remain available on CCI’s YouTube page afterward, you can always watch later on. All times bellow are Pacific.10 AM: HeelsIt might be virtual, but Stephen Amell makes his return to Comic-Con in support of Heels, his series about small-town pro wrestling. Joining him in the virtual conventions space will be series creator and executive producer Michael Waldron, showrunner and executive producer Mike O’Malley, and fellow castmates Alexander Ludwig Alison Luff, Mary McCormack, Kelli Berglund, Allen Maldonado, James Harrison and, Chris Bauer.10 AM: Paramount+: Peak Animation with the Star Trek Universe, The Harper House, and Stephen Colbert Presents Tooning Out The NewsWe’ll be honest, while the hour will present an overview of all the Paramount+ animated programs, the chief draw here is the Star Trek content. Jerry O’Connell will moderate Q As with the cast of Star Trek: Lower Decks and the upcoming Star Trek: Prodigy, featuring Kate Mulgrew, Brett Gray, Ella Purnell, Angus Imrie, Rylee Alazraqui, Dee Bradley Baker, and Jason Mantzoukas, executive producers Kevin Hageman and Dan Hageman, and director/co-executive producer Ben Hibon. Clips and trailers for all the shows presented are expected.11 AM: Amazon Panel(Photo by Amazon Studios)Amazon Prime Video and IMDb TV promise “something extraordinary for every Comic-Con@Home attendee” as Tim Kash spends some time with The Wheel of Time showrunner Rafe Judkins, Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upon a Time’s Hideaki Anno, S.O.Z’s Nico Entel, I Know What You Did Last Summer’s Sara Goodman, and Leverage: Redemption stars and directors Beth Riesgraf and Noah Wyle. We’ll be honest, we’re mainly interested in The Wheel of Time. Hopefully, a trailer for the series will emerge during the discussion with Judkins.12 PM: Netflix Geeked: Masters of the Universe: Revelation (see Highlights above)2 PM: Motherland: Fort Salem A Look Into Season Two(Photo by Freeform/Jeff Petry)Motherland: Fort Salem creator Eliot Laurence and castmembers Taylor Hickson, Ashley Nicole Williams, Jessica Sutton, Demetria McKinney, Amalia Holm, and Lyne Renee gather to preview the program’s second season.2 PM: Teenage EuthanasiaAdult Swim’s new coming-of-all-ages comedy series claims it focuses on “death, family, and accidental resurrection.” That’s enough to at least get us to take a look at the panel, which will feature creators Alyson Levy and Alissa Nutting, Scott Adsit, who serves as a co-director and co-executive producer, and voice actors Maria Bamford, Jo Firestone, Bebe Neuwirth.3 PM: DuncanvilleExecutive producers Mike Scully and Julie Thacker-Scully, executive producer and star Amy Poehler, and stars Ty Burrell, Riki Lindhome, Joy Osmanski, Yassir Lester, and Betsy Sodaro gather to tease the rest of the season of Duncanville.4 PM: Rick and Morty(Photo by Adult Swim)Co-creator and executive producer Dan Harmon looks back on season 5 of Rick and Morty with showrunner Scott Marder and actors Chris Parnell, Sarah Chalke, Spencer Grammer, and other special guests.4 PM: Todd McFarlane Takes Over the Universe!While mainly a look at McFarlane’s varied endeavors in publishing and toys, we expect there will be at least some mention of the upcoming Sam and Twitch television series.Read more: Spawn Movie Is Still On and Sam and Twitch Will Become Series, Comic Creator Todd McFarlane Reveals5 PM: Blade Runner: Black Lotus(Photo by Adult Swim)Co-directors Shinji Aramaki and Kenji Kamiyama, executive producer Joseph Chou, voice director Wes Gleason and star Jessica Henwick gather to discuss the first Blade Runner animated series, coming to Adult Swim and Crunchyroll later this year. Honestly, we’re quite intrigued by the prospect of Blade Runner continuing in any form and this presentation will be Black Lotus s chance to truly sell us on the premise.6 PM: Flesh BloodShowrunner Ian Carpenter and creator Aaron Martin join cast members David Cronenberg, Rachael Crawford, and Paula Brancati to discuss the upcoming anthology series and share a first look trailer. Cronenberg’s decision to spend more time acting of late is intriguing. And we imagine that it will be the draw to this panel for some of you as well.Saturday July 2411 AM: Simpsons Season 33 and BeyondLisa Simpson voice Yeardley Smith will guide the production team in a special look at the upcoming thirty-third(!) season of the longest-running primetime animated series in history. You have to respect The Simpsons’ longevity even if you haven’t watched it in a while.11 AM: Ultra City SmithsBased on the description of the series alone — a stop-motion program using repurposed baby dolls to tell the story of fictional magnate’s mysterious disappearance — we’re inclined to give the Ultra City Smiths panel a look. Series creator, writer, co-director and showrunner Steve Conrad and co-director David Brooks will be joined by cast members Jimmi Simpson, Debra Winger, Luis Guzmán, Hana Mae Lee, Tim Heidecker, and Chris Conrad to offer some insight into the unusual AMC+ program.12 PM: Robert Kirkman @ Home(Photo by Amazon Studios)Like Friday’s McFarlane panel, we expect Kirkman will talk about his various projects in comic books, merchandise, film, and television. Hopefully, he’ll have some update on Invincible’s second season. Although we imagine for some Walking Dead fans, this will be the beginning of a whole afternoon of Walking Dead panels.1 PM: Fear The Walking DeadThe Walking Dead Universe boss Scott M. Gimple, showrunners Andrew Chambliss and Ian Goldberg, and Fear the Walking Dead cast members Lennie James, Alycia Debnam-Carey, Colman Domingo, Danay Garcia, Jenna Elfman, Karen David, Mo Collins, and Christine Evangelista gather to tease the upcoming season. Since this is a Walking Dead series, we expect those teases to be oddly vague – at least until the sizzle reel plays.1 PM: HBO Max and Warner Bros. Animation: Jellystone!HBO Max is reviving the Hanna-Barbara wacky animal characters for a new generation, and we’re intrigued for one reason only: Jabberjaw is part of the group this time. The Jellystone! panel will feature showrunner and executive producer C.H. Greenblatt, Ian Wasseluk, Yogi Bear voice Jeff Bergman, Grace Helbig, and Niccole Thurman (the new voice of Jabberjaw) as they preview this new take on Yogi s Jellystone.2 PM: The Walking Dead World Beyond A first-look clip from the second and final season of World Beyond will be part of the proceedings as cast and producers assemble to discuss the challenges in making the first Walking Dead limited series.3 PM: The Walking Dead (see Highlights above)3 PM: Netflix Geeked: The Last MercenaryJean-Claude Van Damme and director David Charhon are your pitchmen for upcoming Netflix action film The Last Mercenary. And as it is one of the few features at a Comic-Con more devoted to comics and television, we have to take a look.3 PM: Roswell, New Mexico Cast Conversation and Sneak PeekRoswell, New Mexico stars Jeanine Mason, Nathan Dean, Michael Vlamis, Lily Cowles, Tyler Blackburn, Heather Hemmens, Michael Trevino, and executive producer Christopher Hollier will gather for an at-home Q A while they also preview upcoming events on the series.4 PM Family GuyCelebrate 20(!) years of Family Guy with Seth MacFarlane, Alex Borstein, Mila Kunis, Seth Green, Arif Zahir, and executive producers Rich Appel and Alec Sulkin. The group will face a trivia contest which will no doubt reveal how little they remember about the last 20 years.4 PM: Horror NoireWriters Tananarive Due, Steven Barnes, Shernold Edwards, and Victor LaValle will preview the upcoming Shudder original anthology series, a showcase of Black horror from Black directors and screenwriters.5 PM: Netflix Geeked: Lucifer (see Hightlights above)6 PM: gen:LOCK Season 2Michael B. Jordan, Dakota Fanning, and showrunner/lead writer Daniel Dominguez take a look at the new gen:LOCK season and present a clip of the first episode.6 PM: Stargate Atlantis ReunionCast members David Hewlett, Torri Higginson, Rachel Luttrell, Paul McGillion, Rainbow Sun Francks, David Nykl, and Robert Picardo take look back on the second Stargate television series, which ended its run 11 years ago. Considering how Comic-Con usually features a number of nostalgic reunions like these, it is remarkable that Stargate Atlantis is the only show producing one this year.Sunday July 2510 AM: HousebrokenVoice actors Lisa Kudrow, Nat Faxon, Will Forte, Tony Hale, Sharon Horgan, Jason Mantzoukas, Sam Richardson gather alongside Housebroken co-creator, executive producer, and voice actor Clea DuVall — and co-creators, executive producers, and showrunners Gabrielle Allan and Jen Crittenden — for a Q A centered on their upcoming series about a therapy group composed of “neighborhood pets and stray animals.”10 AM: Doctor Who (see Highlights above)11 AM: Day of the Dead: Adapting a LegendShowrunners Jed Elinoff and Scott Thomas, director Steven Kostanski, and cast members Keenan Tracey and Natalie Malaika discuss the difficulties in adapting George A. Romero s beloved zombie film into a SYFY original series.11 AM: The Mysterious Benedict SocietyTake an hour with the cast and creators of Disney+’s The Mysterious Benedict Society as stars Tony Hale, Kristen Schaal, MaameYaa Baofo, Ryan Hurst, and Gia Sandhu — and executive producers and writers Phil Hay, Matt Manfredi, Darren Swimmer, and Todd Slavkin — discuss what’s transpired so far and tease some of what’s to come. Our memory of last year’s @Home content is a little fuzzy, but we’re pretty sure this is the first Disney+ panel at Comic-Con, which is sort of historic in some small way.12 PM: DC’s Legends of Tomorrow Cast Conversation and Sneak PeekCaity Lotz, Tala Ashe, Jes Macallan, Olivia Swann, Adam Tsekhman, Shayan Sobhian, Lisseth Chavez, Nick Zano, Matt Ryan, and executive producers Phil Klemmer and Keto Shimizu, get on Zoom to discuss the hijinks the season has offered so far and to tease what’s yet to come. Even if producing the show in the middle of a pandemic has made its weaknesses more apparent, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow is still a fun one to watch — due in no small part to this great cast.1 PM: DexterLike so many other revivals before it, Dexter is returning later this fall. But what could ever call Dexter Morgan back from his life as a lumberjack? Star (and executive producer) Michael C. Hall will offer some clarity on the matter with help from showrunner and executive producer Clyde Phillips, executive producer Scott Reynolds, director Marcos Siega, and new cast member Julia Jones. The group will also present a trailer which may also shed light on Dexter s return to duty. Well, provided you can call what he does duty. 1 PM: Meet the Creators and Cast of Netflix s NorsemenNorsemen stars Kåre Conradi, Trond Fausa, Nils Jørgen Kaalstad, Øystein Martinsen, Marian Ottesen, and series producers Jonas Torgersen and Jon Iver Helgaker take part in a Q A one hopes will shed some light on its final season.2 PM: Netflix Geeked: Army of ThievesNetflix continues to build on the world of Zack Snyder s Army of the Dead with the prequel film Army of Thieves. Snyder, along with fellow producers Deborah Snyder, Wesley Coller, director and star Matthias Schweighöfer, and star Nathalie Emmanuel take a look at the upcoming film, which reveals the hiest which put Dieter on the road to Las Vegas.2 PM: The Legacy of ChuckyChild s Play creator Don Mancini, Brad Dourif, Jennifer Tilly, Fiona Dourif, Alex Vincent, and Christine Elise take a look back at 30 years of Chucky rampages and take a look at the upcoming Chucky television series. There s definitely some fun to be had here as both Dourifs are fun interviews. Also, if the panel maintains some of the energy of a Child s Play or Chucky movie, it could be the best of Sunday.3 PM: Bob’s BurgersAs is tradition, the Bob’s Burgers cast and producers will present an hour of info on the new season, show some rare material, and answer fan questions. Sure, it all needs to be done over Zoom, but that awkwardness is part of the fun, right? Creator and executive producer Loren Bouchard, executive producer Nora Smith, H. Jon Benjamin, and voice actors John Roberts, Kristen Schaal, Eugene Mirman, Dan Mintz, and Larry Murphy take part in the festivities.4 PM: A Conversation with the Cast Executive Producers of EPIX’s ChapelwaiteStars Adrien Brody and Emily Hampshire take a look at their upcoming adaptation of Stephen King s short story Jerusalem’s Lot. What mysteries will Brody s character, Captain Boone, uncover when he relocates his family to Preacher’s Corners, Maine after his wife dies at sea? Perhaps this preview of the series will convince us Chapelwaite is a project to keep an eye on.Watching Comic-Con@HomeThe video presentations are available via the Convention schedule page or CCI s YouTube Channel. And though there is some push to watch the videos as they become available, they will be available on the YouTube Channel for the foreseeable future.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
其次，和完美世界产品的节奏有关。上半年虽然完美世界推出4款新游戏，但其中重磅大作《梦幻新诛仙》手游和《战神遗迹》手游在财报期末上线，产品推广费用被计入当期，但产品收入则被递延到下一财报期，导致财务数据更多体现在支出端。 (Photo by Warner Bros)Toronto International Film Festival just announced the lineup for their 2019 fest and looks like it s going to be a banner year. Running September 5 15, these 10 days kick off awards seasons, with TIFF in recent years ascending as one of the premier tastemakers in gold trophies, while maintaining its cool, upstart cred and internet hype-friendly selections. Here are some notable entries for 2019, followed by the full festival list.Joker is probably the highest-profile selection, a standalone supervillain story starring Joaquin Phoenix as he tracks the origins of Batman s greatest foe. Knives Out is Rian Johnson s post-Last Jedi flick, a contempo murder mystery with a decked-out cast. The Lighthouse is the latest from The Witch s Robert Eggers, a black-and-white fantasy/horror film starring Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe and set in the 1890s. Jojo Rabbit is from director Taika Waititi (who also stars as Adolf Hitler), returning to his indie roots before he ll be back for Thor: Love and Thunder.Women are staying in the picture with multiple major films. The festival will be closing with Radioactive, Marjane Satrapi s biopic of Marie Curie starring Rosamund Pike. Marielle Heller follows the Best Actor and Actress-nominated Can You Ever Forgive Me? with promise of another major performance with Tom Hanks in A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, all about the legendary Fred Rogers. Kasi Lemmons is putting out Harriet, starring Cynthia Erivo as Harriet Tubman, who led hundreds of American slaves to freedom on the Underground Railroad. Hustlers was made by Lorene Scafaria, and that one depicts the true story of strippers who ripped off Wall Street brokers, echoing the female-driven heist flick Widows. Meanwhile, the animated Abominable was co-directed by Jill Culton, bringing a little breezy levity to the fest.GalaOpening night: Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band, directed by Daniel RoherClosing night: Radioactive, directed by Marjane SatrapiA Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, directed by Marielle HellerAbominable, directed by Jill CultonAmerican Woman, directed by Semi ChellasBlackbird, directed by Roger MichellClemency, directed by Chinonye ChukwuFord v Ferrari, directed by James MangoldHarriet, directed by Kasi LemmonsHustlers, directed by Lorene ScafariaJoker, directed by Todd PhillipsJust Mercy, directed by Destin Daniel CrettonOrdinary Love, directed by Lisa Barros D Sa, Glenn LeyburnThe Goldfinch, directed by John CrowleyThe Sky Is Pink, directed by Shonali BoseThe Song of Names, directed by François GirardTrue History of the Kelly Gang, directed by Justin KurzelWestern Stars, directed by Thom Zimny, Bruce SpringsteenSpecial presentationsA Herdade, directed by Tiago GuedesBad Education, directed by Cory FinleyComing Home Again, directed by Wayne WangDolemite is My Name, directed by Craig BrewerEma, directed by Pablo LarraínEndings, Beginnings, directed by Drake DoremusFrankie, directed by Ira SachsGreed, directed by Michael WinterbottomGuest of Honour, directed by Atom EgoyanHeroic Losers, directed by Sebastian BorenszteinHoney Boy, directed by Alma Har elHope Gap, directed by William NicholsonHow to Build a Girl, directed by Coky GiedroycI Am Woman, directed by Unjoo MoonJojo Rabbit, directed by Taika WaititiJudy, directed by Rupert GooldKnives Out, directed by Rian JohnsonLa Belle Époque, directed by Nicolas BedosMarriage Story, directed by Noah BaumbachMilitary Wives, directed by Peter CattaneoMotherless Brooklyn, directed by Edward NortonNo. 7 Cherry Lane, directed by YonfanPain and Glory, directed by Pedro AlmodóvarParasite, directed by Bong Joon-hoPelican Blood, directed by Katrin GebbePortrait of a Lady on Fire, directed by Céline SciammaSaturday Fiction, directed by Lou YeThe Friend, directed by Gabriela CowperthwaiteThe Laundromat, directed by Steven SoderberghThe Lighthouse, directed by Robert EggersThe Other Lamb, directed by Malgorzata SzumowskaThe Painted Bird, directed by Václav MarhoulThe Personal History of David Copperfield, directed by Armando IannucciThe Report, directed by Scott Z BurnsThe Two Popes, directed by Fernando MeirellesUncut Gems, directed by Benny Safdie, Josh SafdieWeathering With You, directed by Makoto ShinkaiWhile at War, directed by Alejandro Amenábar
亚博下载官网 Premiering during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Ted Lasso became the feel-good sports comedy we didn t know we needed. The series from Jason Sudeikis, Bill Laurence, Brendan Hunt, and Joe Kelly slowly found its way into our hearts, garnering multiple accolades and a Peabody Award along the way.The gist of the program follows U.S. Football Coach Ted Lasso (Sudeikis) as he travels from America to the U.K. to coach a struggling soccer team. Season 1 put underdog team AFC Richmond on competitive ground, even though they faced a loss and were relegated. Now Lasso and his crew — Rebecca (Hannah Waddingham), Coach Beard (Hunt), Keeley Jones (Juno Temple), Higgins (Jeremy Swift), Nathan (Nick Mohammed) — must maintain the team s relevancy in the professional sports world while dealing with personal challenges along the way.With new episodes launching on AppleTV+ on Friday, July 23, and a third season in development, does the show still hit the mark? Here s what critics are saying about Ted Lasso season 2:HOW DOES IT COMPARE TO SEASON 1?(Photo by AppleTV+)The premiere does get off to a bumpy start with a clunky plot point that’s out of character for a normally grounded series, but it leads to the introduction of Season 2’s big addition: sports psychologist Dr. Sharon Fieldstone, played by Sarah Niles (I May Destroy You). She’s brought in to help get the players’ heads on straight, and she quickly lets Ted know she’s not a fan of juvenile horseplay… or cookies. The players love her, but she’s seemingly immune to Ted’s charms — and her arrival triggers a fresh wave of anxiety in the old ball coach. Dave Nemetz, TVLineLuckily, after a less-than-successful start to the season, Ted Lasso quickly regains its footing, and the writers reveal they haven’t completely forgotten how to make good TV. Kaitlin Thomas, Paste MagazineIn the opening minutes of the new season’s first episode (“Goodbye Earl”), Ted eloquently espouses on how life and death can make us better people, evoking the heightened dramedy of Lawrence’s Scrubs. The episode also carries a reminder to avoid blanket assumptions as “all people are different people” as well as the insight that “intimacy is leaving yourself open to being attacked.” Pearls of wisdom deployed as easily digestible sitcom bites. Brandon Katz, ObserverWHAT ARE THE BIG THEMES THIS SEASON? (Photo by Apple TV+)If Season 1 was a fish-out-of-water story about a man who succeeds through kindness and positivity and baking really great biscuits, then Season 2 is all about the health and success of the team and expanding the narrative beyond Ted’s immediate influence on those around him. Kaitlin Thomas, Paste MagazineHopefully, the addition of stern sports psychologist Dr. Sharon Fieldstone (Sarah Niles) will help correct that balance. Her presence alone is evidence enough that – contrary to how this show often positions him – Lasso doesn’t have the answers to all of life’s questions. In the season premiere, Sharon is deliberately written as distant and enigmatic, which doesn’t give Niles a huge amount of room to play, but the character’s potential is already clear to see. David Craig, Radio TimesTed Lasso embraces the fact that life is sometimes very hard; it s just also committed to the idea that we can still make it easier for each other. Liz Shannon Miller, ColliderDOES IS STILL HIT THE FEEL-GOOD MARK?The emotional intelligence of Ted Lasso remains remarkably high. It’s what continues to elevate the series above common feel-good stories, which are often given a pass by audiences to exist as middle-of-the-road creations that opt for simplicity over nuance. But Ted Lasso is a more aspirational entry in this specific lane of storytelling. Brandon Katz, ObserverSo much of its appeal lies in its essential good-naturedness — that belief that good people model goodness for each other, and that selflessness and community thinking can make everyone feel, work, and live better. Clint Worthington, ConsequenceThe laughter quotient remains high for me; the more things change, the funnier things get, in large measure because the characters are better defined and the actors have a better handle on what makes their personalities distinctive, and different from everyone else. Peter Martin, ScreenAnarchyThe show’s success would be meaningless without the eloquent, witty, and refreshing writing, which only grows more powerful as it progresses. In some ways, the new season of Ted Lasso changes right in front of our eyes. Previously a baby, the story is now reaching its full potential, with the characters maturing and learning new things about life. Zofia Wijaszka, AwardsWatchHOW IS JASON SUDEIKIS PERFORMANCE?(Photo by Apple TV+)Sudeikis slides back into the mustache and button-down/sweater combo of Ted with as much bright-eyed joy and unexpected vulnerability as last season, even as we see season 2 starting to throw up some more roadblocks for him. Clint Worthington, ConsequenceIn reaching for a criticism of this relentlessly upbeat season so far, it’s the over-reliance on Ted’s folksy witticisms. There’s a conversation early on in the season in which he uses three similes and metaphors back-to-back-back. It’s smirk-worthy when Ted responds to a cocktail invitation by saying the “same thing I’d say to Diane Sawyer if she ever asked me on a date: yes please.” The show has never been about traditional setup-punchline jokes and this personality tic substituted for that humor in Season 1. But after the umpteenth usage in Season 2, it begins to feel a tad cloying. Still, that’s far from a fatal flaw. Brandon Katz, ObserverNot only does Sudeikis take his performance to new levels in season 2, he ventures into new territory with the character, and the show built around him is better for it. Rick Marshall, Digital TrendsWHAT ABOUT THE REST OF THE CAST?(Photo by Apple TV+)In particular, Sam Obisanya (Toheeb Jimoh) and Danny Rojas take more central roles in the narrative. Jimoh is a revelation, charming with every smile or grimace. Fernández propels Danny past the one-joke punchline of his original appearance ( football is life! ) and shows superb comedic skills. Kelly Lawler, USA TodayLike his titular character, executive producer Sudeikis doesn t lead with his ego, and the best material in the new episodes goes to his fellow writer-performer Goldstein. Roy Kent is a blisteringly funny bastard with a fierce heart, and Goldstein deepens his character s emotional core every week — including, if you can believe it, as the key player in a rom-com tribute episode. Kristen Baldwin, EWHannah Waddingham and Juno Temple continue their strong on-screen chemistry as club owner Rebecca and model-turned-publicist Keeley, who became unlikely besties over the course of season one. David Craig, Radio TimesThe series has doubled down on what works—Ted’s ability to lead, Rebecca’s (Hannah Waddingham) strength, Keeley’s (Juno Temple) PR acumen, and Nate’s (Nick Mohammed) keen insight into the team—while also finding new and fun ways to explore characters like Roy (Brett Goldstein) and Jamie (Phil Dunster). Kaitlin Thomas, Paste MagazineANY FINAL THOUGHTS?(Photo by Apple TV+)“Ted Lasso” hasn’t succumbed to any easy temptations; it still embodies its coach in being sweeter than it should be able to get away with and smarter than you’d expect, given its unassuming nature. “Ted Lasso” hasn’t been changed by its success, aside from a few guilt-free indulgences. Ben Travers, IndiewireThis time out, Lasso comes out of the locker room ready to play from the first whistle. The jokes land correctly from the start, the characters seem as rich or richer than when we last saw them. Happily, Ted Lasso looks poised to dodge any sort of sophomore slump. Tim Stevens, The SpoolSeason 2 of Ted Lasso loses none of the show’s momentum heading into its next story arc, and builds on the successes of its first season in all the right ways. It continues to be one of the smartest, most entertaining, and most rewarding shows running right now, thanks to a talented cast that remains as invested in the series and its messages as their characters are in the optimistic outlook of the show’s titular coach. Rick Marshall, Digital TrendsTed Lasso Season 2 is premiering at a very different time, comparatively, but that doesn t make it any less important or valuable or necessary. It s hard to imagine a world where we wouldn t need a show like this. Liz Shannon Miller, ColliderTed Lasso season 2 premieres on Friday, July 23 on AppleTV+.Thumbnail: Apple TV+