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亚博游戏软件采用百度引擎3(Baidu 3)The Turning (2020) 13% Henry James classic novella The Turn of the Screw is one of the most famous examples of open-ended gothic horror, and it s been the subject of classroom debates ever since it was first published in 1898. So it s fitting that it has seen numerous screen adaptations, many of which offer different interpretations of what exactly the story communicates. The latest is this week s The Turning, brought to us courtesy of director Floria Sigismondi (The Runaways, Marvel s Daredevil, The Handmaid s Tale), who updates the story for a 1990s setting, and critics say it s unnecessary and unnecessarily frustrating. Mackenzie Davis stars as Kate, the new nanny to orphaned high-society siblings Miles (Finn Wolfhard) and Flora Fairchild (Brooklynn Prince), who live on a large, spooky estate in Maine in the care of their maid. Kate quickly discovers that neither the children nor the house is quite normal, and when mysterious things begin to happen, she finds herself ill-equipped to make sense of any of it. Unfortunately, the critics largely also failed to make much sense of the film, which fails to generate much dread from its repeated images of creepy doll faces and ghostly specters in the distance en route to a baffling climax. James original story is clearly meant to inspire discussion, but The Turning isn t likely to spark much other than bewilderment and maybe a little regret.

1. 亚博游戏软件
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The Sundance Film Festival is a place for aspiring filmmakers to learn their craft, fresh-faced directors to make their feature debuts, and returning storytellers to share their latest creations. Some are longtime alums like Heidi Ewing, who’s back with her fourth and fifth projects to play in Park City, I Carry You With Me and Love Fraud. Others, like Bao Nguyen, have premiered previous movies at other festivals, but his latest work, the Bruce Lee documentary Be Water, is the first time they’ve brought a film to Sundance. Whether it’s their second feature or fifth entry to the festival, here’s a sampling of some of the returning filmmakers whose latest movies we can’t wait to catch.If you’re looking for more directors to watch, check out our list of potential breakout hits, like Dee Rees’ The Last Thing He Wanted, Justin Simien’s Bad Hair, Lana Wilson’s Miss Americana and Nat Faxon and Jim Rash’s Downhill.Dick Johnson Is Dead (2020) 100%(Photo by John Wakayama Carey courtesy of Sundance Institute)Director: Kirsten JohnsonSynopsis: With this inventive portrait, a cameraperson seeks a way to keep her 86-year-old father alive forever. Utilizing moviemaking magic and her family’s dark humor, she celebrates Dr. Dick Johnson’s last years by staging fantasies of death and beyond. Together, they confront the great inevitability awaiting us all.Why We re Excited: Kirsten Johnson has worked behind the camera on many famous documentaries like Citizenfour, The Invisible War, The Oath, and Pray the Devil Back to Hell. In her feature film debut, Cameraperson, she turned the lens on her life, sharing personal moments that were just outside the frame and rare outtakes from some of the many projects she’s worked on over her career. Now the inventive documentarian focuses on her father and the subject of death and memory. You’ll probably want to bring tissues with you to this screening.The Nest (2020) 89%(Photo by Courtesy of Sundance Institute)Director: Sean DurkinWriter: Sean DurkinCast: Jude Law, Carrie Coon, Charlie Shotwell, Oona RocheSynopsis: Charismatic entrepreneur Rory relocates his family to England with dreams of profiting from booming 1980s London. But as his wife, Allison, struggles to adapt and the promise of a lucrative new beginning starts to unravel, the couple have to face the unwelcome truths lying beneath the surface of their marriage.Why We re Excited: It’s been around nine years since Durkin broke out of the indie film scene with the drama Martha Marcy May Marlene – a film that also helped launch Elizabeth Olsen to Avengers-level fame. Durkin went on to win the U.S. Dramatic Directing Award at Sundance that year, and the film made it to Cannes that summer. After an award-winning turn in TV for Southcliffe, Durkin returns to Sundance with his long-awaited follow-up.Kajillionaire (2020) 90%(Photo by Matt Kennedy courtesy of Sundance Institute)Director: Miranda JulyWriter: Miranda JulyCast: Evan Rachel Wood, Gina Rodriguez, Richard Jenkins, Debra WingerSynopsis: Low-stakes grifter Old Dolio and her parents invite a chipper young woman into their insular clan, only to have their entire world turned upside down.Why We re Excited: A true polymath, Miranda July’s work extends beyond the film world. She’s written books and short stories and made art for the Venice Biennial. Her earlier movies like Me and You and Everyone We Know (which won a Special Jury Prize for Originality of Vision in the Sundance U.S. Dramatic category) and The Future have shown audiences her outside-the-box visual style and approach to narrative structure. With a quirky tale of self-discovery and a cast led by Evan Rachel Wood and Gina Rodriguez, Kajillionaire will be like few other films at Sundance.The Dissident (2020) 96%(Photo by Jake Swantko courtesy of Sundance Institute)Director: Bryan FogelSynopsis: When Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi disappears after entering Saudi Arabia’s consulate in Istanbul, his fiancée and dissidents around the world are left to piece together the clues to a brutal murder and expose a global cover-up perpetrated by the very country he loved.Why We re Excited: Bryan Fogel’s previous documentary film, Icarus, took a deep dive into the Russian doping scandal that rocked the Olympics. It went on to win the Special Jury Prize at Sundance and, ultimately, the 2017 Oscar for Best Documentary Feature. Now, his latest documentary will take on the painful story of what happened to Jamal Khashoggi through access to Turkish government’s files; Khashoggi’s fiancée, Hatice Cengiz; and Khashoggi’s close friend, Omar Abdulaziz.Mucho Mucho Amor: The Legend of Walter Mercado (2020) 100%(Photo by Giovan Cordero courtesy of Sundance Institute)Directors: Cristina Constantini, Kareem TabschSynopsis: Once the world’s most famous astrologer, Walter Mercado seeks to resurrect a forgotten legacy. Raised in the sugarcane fields of Puerto Rico, Walter grew up to become a gender nonconforming, cape-wearing psychic whose televised horoscopes reached 120 million viewers a day for decades before he mysteriously disappeared.Why We re Excited: If you grew up watching Walter Mercado on TV, you’re probably already curious about this documentary – and there are many archival treats in store for fans. Even if you have no idea who the popular astrologist was, Costantini and Tabsch’s documentary also explains Mercado’s widespread influence and enduring appeal in the Latinx community. Costantini’s previous documentary, Science Fair, was an audience favorite back at Sundance ‘18 and Tabsch dug into another chapter in Miami history with The Last Resort.Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets (2020) 93%(Photo by Courtesy of Sundance Institute)Directors: Bill Ross, Turner RossSynopsis: In the shadows of the bright lights of Las Vegas, it’s last call for a beloved dive bar known as the Roaring 20s. A document of real people in an unreal situation facing an uncertain future: America at the end of 2016.Why We re Excited: Like a documentary version of the Safdie brothers, the Ross brothers make an impressive filmmaking team with an immersive, free-wheeling visual style. In their highly observational works, the Ross brothers capture different slices of the U.S. not often seen on the big screen in movies like Tchoupitoulas, Western, and Contemporary Color. Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets sounds like it’ll fit right in with their previous studies.The Glorias (2020) 67%(Photo by Daniel McFadden courtesy of Sundance Institute)Director: Julie TaymorWriters: Julie Taymor, Sarah RuhlCast: Julianne Moore, Alicia Vikander, Bette Midler, Janelle Monáe, Timothy Hutton, Lorraine ToussaintSynopsis: An equal-rights crusader, journalist, and activist — Gloria Steinem embodies these and more. From her role in the revolutionary women’s rights movement to her travels throughout the U.S. and around the world, Steinem has made an everlasting mark on modern history. A nontraditional chronicle of a trailblazing life.Why We re Excited: As the director behind Oedipus Rex, Frida, and Across the Universe, Julie Taymor’s adaptation of Gloria Steinem’s life story won’t be your typical biopic. Spanning across five different stages of Steinem’s life – and five different actresses in the lead role – Taymor follows the route carved by the trailblazing activist detailed in her memoir My Life on the Road and makes it her own journey with the help of a star-studded cast.Welcome to Chechnya (2020) 100%(Photo by Courtesy of Sundance Institute)Director: David FranceSynopsis: This searing investigative work shadows a group of activists risking unimaginable peril to confront the ongoing anti-LGBTQ+ pogrom raging in the repressive and closed Russian republic. Unfettered access and a remarkable approach to protecting anonymity exposes this underreported atrocity — and an extraordinary group of people confronting evil.Why We re Excited: David France’s previous documentaries – The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson and How to Survive a Plague – are archive footage- and interview-heavy works that try to place the viewers in the not-so-distant history of the LGBTQ rights movement. Now, his camera focuses on the current struggle of queer activists fighting for their rights in the face of homophobia.Lost Girls (2020) 72%Director: Liz GarbusWriter: Michael WerwieCast: Amy Ryan, Thomasin McKenzie, Lola Kirke, Oona Laurence, Gabriel Byrne, Miriam ShorSynopsis: When Mari Gilbert’s daughter disappears, police inaction drives her own investigation into the gated Long Island community where Shannan was last seen. Committed to finding the truth, Mari brings attention to over a dozen murdered sex workers she will not let the world forget. Inspired by true events.Why We re Excited: In the documentary world, Liz Garbus is a star with two Oscar nominations, three Emmys, and two Peabody Awards, just to name a few of her accolades. Her previous works include The Farm: Angola, USA; Bobby Fischer Against the World, and What Happened, Miss Simone?, which played at Sundance back in 2015. Jumping over to the narrative side of filmmaking, Garbus uses the roots of a true story to launch into the story of Lost Girls.Be Water (2020) 93%(Photo by Courtesy of Sundance Institute)Director: Bao NguyenSynopsis: In 1971, after being rejected by Hollywood, Bruce Lee returned to his parents’ homeland of Hong Kong to complete four iconic films. Charting his struggles between two worlds, this portrait explores questions of identity and representation through the use of rare archival interviews with loved ones and Bruce’s own writings.Why We re Excited: Do you need more reasons to watch this than all the rare, never-before-seen archival goodies and candid interviews from Bruce Lee’s loved ones? Nguyen’s directorial debut – Live from New York!, which looked at the storied history of Saturday Night Live – opened the Tribeca Film Festival a few years back. Be Water is the director’s second feature.Shirley (2020) 87%(Photo by Thatcher Keats courtesy of Sundance Institute)Director: Josephine DeckerWriter: Sarah GubbinsCast: Elisabeth Moss, Michael Stuhlbarg, Odessa Young, Logan LermanSynopsis: A young couple moves in with famed author Shirley Jackson and her Bennington College professor husband, Stanley Hyman, in the hope of starting a new life, but instead find themselves fodder for a psychodrama that inspires Shirley’s next novel.Why We re Excited: In 2018, Josephine Decker’s Madeline’s Madeline made quite the splash. The surprising film followed a teenager through her sometimes confrontational experimental theater classes and a tense relationship with her mother while blurring the lines between fantasy and reality. The film would earn two Spirit Awards and a nomination for best picture at the Gotham Awards. Shirley is Decker’s triumphant return to Sundance.I Carry You With Me (2020) 97%(Photo by Alejandro López courtesy of Sundance Institute)Director: Heidi EwingWriters: Heidi Ewing, Alan Page ArriagaCast: Armando Espitia, Christian Vázquez, Michelle Rodríguez, Ángeles Cruz, Arcelia Ramírez, Michelle GonzálezSynopsis: Based on a true story, a chance encounter between two men in provincial Mexico sparks an epic love story spanning decades. Ambition and societal pressure propel an aspiring chef to leave his soul mate and make the treacherous journey to New York, where life will never be the same.Why We re Excited: Another documentary filmmaker taking the plunge into narrative filmmaking, Ewing is a longtime Sundance alum (Class of ‘10, ‘12, and ‘16) and earned an Oscar nomination for her eye-opening look at modern evangelical Christianity, Jesus Camp. I Carry You With Me is unlike anything else the documentarian has done before, and if you’d like to see more of her work at this year’s Sundance, you can catch her co-directed docuseries with Rachel Grady, Love Fraud.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.亚博游戏软件英雄联盟手游目前十分受玩家们的欢迎,相信很多喜欢这款游戏的玩家们,已经从端游转战到了手游,而有了端游的经验,手游可以说是得心应手了,当然也有一些新手玩家加入到了这款游戏当中。无论是新手还是老手,大家在MOBA类游戏中最关心的事情还是上分,而英雄联盟手游和端游有着异曲同工之妙,因此许多强势英雄在手游中依旧强势。下面就由我来说说英雄联盟手游中哪些英雄既容易操作又能够上大分吧!

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as confirmed at the December 2020 The Walt Disney Company investors day that Jude Law would play Captain Hook and Yara Shahidi will play Tinker Bell. Pete s Dragon s David Lowery will direct.The film will air on Disney+.Robin Hood Live-Action MovieDirector: Carlos López EstradaStarring: TBDAnother classic animated Disney film to get the live-action/CGI treatment is 1973 s animated musical Robin Hood. In April 2020, Disney announced that Lopez Estrada would be directing a new adaptation of this movie with Lady and the Tramp s Kari Granlund writing the script. The film will air on Disney+.© Walt Disney PicturesHerculesDirector: TBDStarring: TBDIn April 2020, The Hollywood Reporter broke the news that Avengers: Endgame s Joe and Anthony Russo would be producing a live-action remake of the 1997 Disney animated hit, Hercules. While there is no directing or casting news yet, it was reported then that Dave Callaham – who also wrote Marvel s Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings – would write the script.© Walt Disney PicturesAladdin Sequel and Spin-OffDirector: TBDStarring: TBDThe 2019 live-action version of Aladdin found some box office treasure even if it wasn t exactly a critical hit (it has a 57% Tomatometer score). So, naturally, there are reports of two other Disney properties set in this world.In December 2019, The Hollywood Reporter noted that plans were in the works for a spin-off film centered on Billy Magnussen s scene-stealing Prince Anders that would air on Disney+. This angered some fans, who took issue with Disney which has long struggled with inclusion and diversity in its films giving a whole movie to a minor white character from one of its few IPs set around a person of color. A few months later, Variety reported that Disney was also planning a live-action sequel to Aladdin. The hope was to bring back Will Smith, who played the wish-granting genie in the 2019 film, as well as some other stars.All Night LongDirector: TBDCast: TBDVariety reported in June 2020 that Disney was developing a jukebox musical film based on the music of Lionel Richie a la the successful Mamma Mia! stage and screen productions that rely on ABBA music. No director and cast have been named, but the story reports that Crazy Rich Asians screenwriter Pete Chiarelli is penning the script.KnightsDirector: TBDCast: TBDNews broke in 2019 that Disney was working with Operation Finale writer Matt Orton on Knights, a live-action film set in the Middle Ages and about a young girl. Back then, it was reported that the film would have a theatrical release.Cyrano The MoorDirector: TBDCast: David OyelowoAs evident by this project s name, Deadline reported in 2017 that this project is some kind of musical mash up of two classic stories — Cyrano de Bergerac and Othello — and will be set in the Bristol region of England during the 19th century with Oyelowo set to star and Moonlight screenwriter Tarell Alvin McCraney penning the script. While there hasn t been a ton of press about the film since then, Oyelowo did tell Screen Daiy in 2019 that “we are in the trenches with it right now. That interview also states that Shrek The Musical s Jeanine Tesori is doing the music.MarleyDirector: Bill CondonCast: TBDBill Condon, who directed the live-action Beauty and the Beast, is reportedly re-teaming with Disney on another live-action musical adaptation of a classic story. This film will be a take on A Christmas Carol that is told through the eyes of Jacob Marley, Ebenezer Scrooge s deceased business partner who haunts him that fateful night. But a word of caution: The Hollywood Reporter broke this news in 2019 and wrote then that the project had not been greenlit.(Photo by Buena Vista courtesy Everett Collection)Hocus Pocus 2Director: Anne FletcherCast: Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy NajimyIn March 2020, Variety reported that Hairspray director Adam Shankman was attached to direct this sequel while others reported in April 2021 that Anne Fletcher has taken over directing duties. Disney confirmed in May 2021 that the original film s stars, Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy, would be returning for this movie and that the plot will follow three young women [who] accidentally bring the Sanderson Sisters back to modern day Salem and must figure out how to stop the child-hungry witches from wreaking a new kind of havoc on the world. It will air in 2022 on Disney+.Three Men and a Baby RemakeDirector: Mo MarableCast: Zac EfronDisney confirmed during the December 2020 Walt Disney Company investors day that High School Musical alum Zac Efron would be one of the stars of this remake of the 1980s classic and that it is scheduled to be released in 2022 on Disney+. Deadline reported in 2021 that Mo Marable would direct.Cheaper By the Dozen RemakeDirector: Gail LernerCast: Gabrielle Union, Zach BraffDisney confirmed during the December 2020 Walt Disney Company investors day that Black-ish creator Kenya Barris was penning the script for this film and that Gabrielle Union would star. It s reported that Zach Braff will play opposite her and Gail Lerner is directing. It is described as a story about a blended family of 12, navigating a hectic home life and their family business. The Lion King PrequelDirector: Barry JenkinsCast: TBDDisney also announced during the December 2020 Walt Disney Company investors day that it was working with Moonlight s Barry Jenkins to develop a prequel story to The Lion King. Hans Zimmer, Pharrell Williams and Nicholas Britell arehandling music.Ice Age: Adventures of Buck WildDirector: TBDCast: Simon PeggSimon Pegg returns as the swashbuckling weasel in this 20th Century Studios film franchise. It will air in early 2022 on Disney+.Night at the Museum: Kahmunrah Rises AgainDirector: TBDCast: TBDHistory is getting animated – or at least the next installment of the Night at the Museum film franchise will be. Shawn Levy, who directed the first three films, is producing this version. It will air in 2021 on Disney+.DisenchantedDirector: Adam ShankmanCast: Amy AdamsThe Variety article that announces Shankman s ties to Hocus Pocus 2 also states that Shankman was in pre-production on Disenchanted – a sequel to 2007 s Enchanted – when that news broke. It was confirmed during the December 2020 The Walt Disney Company investors day that Amy Adams would be reprising her starring role from the first film.Production on the sequel started in May 2021 with a planned release date of 2022 on Disney+. James Marsden, Patrick Dempsey and Idina Menzel will also be reprising their roles while Maya Rudolph and newcomer Gabriella Baldacchino join the cast.CraterDirector: Kyle Patrick AlvarezStarring: Mckenna Grace, Isaiah Russell-BaileyDeadline reported in 2021 that Alvarez, who is known for directing the second season of Amazon Prime Video s Homecoming, was directing this coming-of-age story set on the moon. According to the article, it follows a boy growing up on a lunar mining colony [who] takes a trip to explore a mysterious crater, along with his four best friends, prior to being permanently relocated to another planet. The film will air on Disney+.Hollywood StargirlDirector: Julia HartStarring: Grace VanderWaalThe Hollywood Reporter broke the news in 2021 that Disney+ was getting the band back together for a follow-up to its 2020 musical, Stargirl. Although the original film was based on the Jerry Spinelli book about a small-town boy whose normal life is turned upside down when he meets an unusual girl named Stargirl, THR reports that the sequel is an original script and follows the titular character s journey into a bigger world of music, dreams and possibility. New cast members include Uma Thurman.Once On This IslandDirector: Wanuri KahiuStarring: TBDAfter its successful launch of Hamilton, Disney+ is reportedly looking for more musical adaptations of stage productions. In 2020, The Hollywood Reporter broke the news that playwright Jocelyn Bioh is writing and Wanuri Kahiu would be directing this 1990 musical about that feature gods betting on love and death and an island girl trying to rise above her station. The article also notes that, while Hamilton was a filmed production of a staged play, this musical would be told in a more traditional sense.SneakerellaDirector: Elizabeth Allen RosenbaumStarring: Chosen Jacobs, Lexi UnderwoodA modern twist on the Cinderella story, this Disney+ film follows a budding sneaker designer who falls in love with the daughter of a basketball star. His best friend and a Fairy Godmother help me realize his dreams.TronDirector: Garth DavisStarring: Jared LetoDeadLine reported in 2020 that Davis who was previously known for smaller films like 2018’s Mary Magdalene 2016 s Lion would be helming the latest in this sci-fi film series. Jared Leto would star.Inspector GadgetDirector: TBDStarring: TBDGo-go Gadget reboot! The Hollywood Reporter wrote in 2019 that Disney was planning a live-action film based on the popular animated series about a bionic, if clumsy and not really all that good at his job, inspector and his brilliant niece Penny. Saturday Night Live s Mikey Day and Streeter Seidell were writing. The duo are also writing the Disney+ update to Home Alone.BambiDirector: TBDStarring: TBDGrab the tissues. Variety reported in 2020 that Disney was planning a remake to its tear-jerking animated classic, Bambi. The same kind of CGI technology that Disney used for remakes of The Lion King and The Jungle Book would be used for this movie about an orphaned deer and his forest friends.PredatorDirector: Dan TrachtenbergStarring: TBDIn 2020, it was announced that 10 Cloverfield Lane s Dan Trachtenberg would be directing the fifth installment in the Predator film series for 20th Century Studios. Jack Ryan s Patrick Aison was penning the script, the details of which are under wraps.Revenge of the NerdsDirector: TBDStarring: Keith Lucas, Kenny LucasBring back the pocket protectors! Seth Macfarlane is producing a new version of the 80s classic about a college rivalry between jocks and nerds for 20th Century Studios. Comedians/twin brothers Keith and Kenny Lucas are starring in this film, which they are also co-writing with The Twilight Zone s Alex Rubens. However, as Variety noted when it broke the story, the original version hasn t aged well and this will a contemporary reimagining will pontificate about today’s nerd culture and what even constitutes a geek in the 21st century. ClueDirector: James BobinStarring: Ryan ReynoldsMuch like the original 1985 Tim Curry movie, this project could have a lot of endings. Variety reported in 2020 that The Muppets James Bobin was in talks to direct a remake of this classic comedy about murder suspects trapped in a house for 20th Century Studios. Ryan Reynolds was set to star with Deadpool s Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick writing the script. However, it was also reported in 2021, that sister TV network Fox was working on an animated series based on the board game that inspired the first movie. Could two Clues be better than one?Next Goal WinsDirector: Taika WaititiStarring: Michael Fassbender, Elisabeth MossBased on the 2014 documentary, this Searchlight Pictures sports comedy follows a Dutch-American football coach who is tasked with reviving the American Samoa national football team. Let the comparisons to Apple TV+ s Ted Lasso begin.The Banshees Of InisheerDirector: Martin McDonaghStarring: Colin Farrell, Brendan GleesonDeadline reported in 2020 that McDonagh was re-teaming with his In Bruges stars Farrell and Gleeson for a film adaptation of his play for Searchlight Pictures. Set in a remote Irish isle, it follows two life-long friends who find their relationship at an crossroads.Flamin’ HotDirector: Eva LongoriaStarring: Dennis Haysbert, Tony ShalhoubSpicy! Eva Longoria is directing the Fox Searchlight biopic about Richard Montanez, the businessman who is said to have risen from humble beginnings to build an empire out of the popular snack food Flamin’ Hot Cheetos.Going ElectricDirector: James MangoldStarring: Timothée ChalametThe ballad of Timothée Chalamet? The actor will star as a young Bob Dylan in this biopic directed by James Mangold for Searchlight Pictures. According to Deadline, which broke the news in 2020 that Mangold would be directing Chalamet, the film would cover the period when [Dylan] was poised to become folk music’s most seminal figure. [But] when Dylan instead embraced rock ‘n’ roll and traded his acoustic guitar for an amp and an electric guitar, it created a huge outcry. The MenuDirector: Mark MylodStarring: TBDSuccession director Mark Mylod is digging into this Adam McKay-produced Searchlight film. According to Variety, which broke the news, the film is a darkly comedic psychological thriller set in the world of eccentric culinary culture, centering on a young couple who visit an exclusive restaurant on a remote island where an acclaimed chef has prepared a lavish tasting menu. PerfectDirector: Olivia WildeStarring: Thomasin McKenzieBooksmart director Olivia Wilde is making this Searchlight biopic about Olympic gymnast Kerri Strug. Ronnie Sandahl wrote the script. Deadline reported in 2021 that Thomasin McKenzie would star.Persuasion Director: Mahalia BeloStarring: Sarah SnookSuccession star Sarah Snook is leading the cast of director Mahalia Belo s adaptation of the Jane Austen novel for Searchlight. The story, according to The Hollywood Reporter, is about Anne Elliot who, many years after refusing the proposal of young naval officer Frederick Wentworth, finds herself navigating the waters of English society when Wentworth returns from war a wealthy and decorated captain. The cast also includes Yesterday s Joel Fry.Consume Director: David GelbStarring: TBDJiro Dreams of Sushi director Gelb has a taste for another film. This thriller, which counts Stranger Things Shawn Levy and Dan Cohen as producers with Fox Searchlight, is reportedly about a group of thought leaders who are invited to an enigmatic billionaire’s Icelandic retreat for what they think is the trip of a lifetime. Little do they know that they are not guests, but the unwitting test subjects of a nefarious experiment. Johnson Family Celebration Director: TBDStarring: TBDIn was announced in 2019 that Fox Searchlight was planning a sequel to Cedric the Entertainer s 2004 comedy, Johnson Family Vacation. Plot details and further casting have not been announced.Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood Director: Luca GuadagninoStarring: TBDDeadline reported in 2020 that Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg were writing a Fox Searchlight script based on Matt Tyrnauer s LGBTGQ+ documentary about and Scotty Bowers history with some of Hollywood s biggest stars. Casting has not been announced.SolitaryDirector: TBDStarring: Mahershala AliDeadline reported in 2019 that Fox Searchlight had acquired the rights to Albert Woodfox s memoir about the 43 years he spent in solitary confinement. The article also says that Oscar winner Ali would be an executive producer of the film with an intention to star.(Photo by Walt Disney Pictures)Cruella 2Director: Craig GillespieStarring: Emma StoneSoon after the 2021 release of Disney s villain origin story, Cruella, news broke that a sequel was in early development. Variety reported at the time that director Craig Gillespie and screenwriter Tony McNamara were expected to return. A couple months later, Deadline confirmed that Emma Stone had a deal to be in the second film.(Photo by Walt Disney Pictures)Live-Action Snow White MovieDirector: Marc WebbStarring: Rachel ZeglerAfter falling asleep for several years, the live-action remake of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves has risen with West Side Story s Rachel Zegler set to lead. Variety reported in 2021 that Marc Webb will direct and that production on the still-untitled film would begin in 2022.(Photo by 20th Century Fox Films)Deadpool 3Director: TBDStarring: Ryan ReynoldsCue the creative ad campaigns and Hugh Jackman insults. Ryan Reynolds sardonic super hero is back for another installment. The Great North and Bob s Burgers Wendy Molyneux and Lizzie Molyneux-Loeglin are writing the script for the third movie, according to Deadline. The article also stated that David Leitch, who directed the second film, would likely not return for this movie due to scheduling conflicts. No word on if Celine Dion would appear.Keeper of the Lost CitiesDirector: Ben AffleckStarring: TBDDeadline reported in 2021 that Oscar winner Affleck would direct this cinematic adaptation of Shannon Messenger s best-selling book series. He s also working with Kate Gritmon to adapt the script about a telepathic girl [who] must figure out why she is the key to her brand-new world before the wrong person finds the answer first. Muppet ManDirector: TBDStarring: TBDSomeday we ll find it this movie about Jim Henson, which has been in the works for some time. Deadline reported in 2021 that playwright and screenwriter Michael Mitnick was rewriting the script by Aaron and Jordan Kandell and that the film about the Muppets creator was in development.(Photo by 20th Century Fox Films)The Simpsons Movie 2Director: TBDStarring: TBDComic Book Guy and other Simpsons characters who care about details would like you to know that the long-awaited second Simpsons movie is a standalone film and not a sequel. At least, that was the word from series producer Al Jean when he was asked about it in 2020.Planet of the Apes 4Director: Wes BallStarring: TBDDirector Ball told Discussing Film in 2020 that he d already been in pre-production on the film and working with writer Josh Friedman when the coronavirus pandemic shut down Hollywood and the rest of the world. He also said in that interview that we have a take. We have a way of staying in the universe that was created before us, but we’re also opening ourselves up in being able to do some really cool new stuff. Better Nate Than EverDirector: TBDStarring: Lisa KudrowTim Federle is adapting the musical comedy based on his own book about a 13-year-old who runs to New York to try to make it on Broadway after he s not cast in a school play. Deadline reported in 2021 that Kudrow will play Nate s aunt Heidi, who turns his adventure upside-down, and it turns out they may need each other to make their dreams come true. The film will air on Disney+.No ExitDirector: Damien PowerStarring: TBDDeadline reported in 2019 that Killing Ground s Power was directing this thriller. Not to be confused with the Jean-Paul Sartre play, this film is based on the Taylor Adams novel about strangers stranded at a rest stop during a snow storm. One of them discovers a kidnapped girl and the characters must find the kidnapper and plan their escape.RosalineDirector: Karen MaineStarring: Kaitlyn DeverThis dark comedy is based on the other woman in the story of Romeo and Juliet the ex Romeo is still pining after when he sets eyes on Juliet. Based on the novel When You Were Mine by Rebecca Serle, this modern take on the story will star Booksmart s Dever and comes from a script by (500) Days of Summer s Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber.The PrincessDirector: TBDStarring: Joey KingDeadline reported in 2020 that The Act s King is starring in the film and that the script, which is by Ben Lustig and Jake Thornton, is being kept under wraps but that it is described as Rapunzel meets The Raid. Master and CommanderDirector: TBDStarring: TBDDeadline reported in 2021 that 20th Century was charting a course for another Master and Commander movie with Patrick Ness writing the script. The first film, which starred Russell Crowe and was directed by Peter Weir, was set during the Napoleonic Wars and was a best picture Oscar nominee. A cast and director have not been announced for this film.Poor ThingsDirector: Yorgos LanthimosStarring: Jerrod Carmichael, Emma StoneBased on the Alasdair Grey novel, Variety describes the plot as a Victorian-set drama with a Frankenstein twist in which Stone plays a young woman named Belle Baxter who is brought back to life by an eccentric and brilliant scientist. The Favourite s Tony McNamara wrote the script.Not OkayDirector: Quinn ShephardStarring: Zoey DeutchAccording to Deadline, Deutch plays a young woman desperate for attention who desperate for friends and fame, fakes a trip to Paris to up her social media presence. When a terrifying incident takes place in the real world and becomes part of her imaginary trip, her white lie becomes a moral quandary that offers her all the attention she’s wanted. Chevalier de Saint-GeorgesDirector: Stephen WilliamsStarring: TBDVariety reports that Atlanta and Fargo writer Stefani Robinson is penning the biopic about the man known as the Black Mozart a.k.a. a musical prodigy born in the 1700s French Caribbean who was the child of an African slave and a French plantation owner and who rose to fame as both a violinist and composer but also a champion fencer (among other moments of notoriety).See How They Run (Searchlight Pictures)Director: Tom GeorgeStarring: Saoirse Ronan, Sam RockwellA whodunnit set in the 1950s London theater scene about what happens when members of a production start dying. Rockwell plays a world-weary inspector assigned to the case with Ronan playing his ambitious gumshoe sidekick. The all-star cast also includes David Oyelowo, Adrien Brody, Ruth Wilson, and Harris Dickinson.Empire of Light (Searchlight Pictures)Director: Sam MendesStarring: Olivia ColmanMendes is directing and writing the film, which Variety says is described as a love story set in and around a beautiful old cinema on the South Coast of England in the 1980s. Fire Island (Searchlight Pictures)Director: Andrew AhnStarring: Bowen Yang, Joel Kim BoosterVariety reports that the romantic comedy is a modern spin on Jane Austen s Pride and Prejudice and will center on two best friends embarking on a weeklong vacation to Fire Island — the historic gay escape off the southern shore of Long Island — with the help of cheap rosé and a cadre of eclectic friends. Booster also wrote the script.Greek FreakDirector: TBDStarring: Uche AgadaAgada will portray NBA star Giannis Antetokounmpo in this biopic that is being developed for Disney+, according to a 2021 Variety report. Other cast members include Yetide Badaki and Dayo Okeniyi, who will portray Antetokounmpo s parents.SpookedDirector: Peter FoottStarring: TBDNews came in 2020 that Irish filmmaker Foott was developing a Disney+ supernatural comedy that The Hollywood Reporter says involves a Halloween night gone awry as trick or treaters are transformed into whatever costume they are wearing. The Return of the RocketeerDirector: TBDStarring: David OyelowoAfter some false starts, a live-action remake of the 1991 film The Rocketeer is in the works with David Oyelowo on board as an executive producer and a potential lead. Deadline reports that Ed Ricourt is writing the project, which will focus on a retired Tuskegee airman who takes up the Rocketeer mantle. Jungle Cruise 2Director: Jaume Collet-SerraStarring: Dwayne Johnson, Emily BluntAfter the success of 2021 s Jungle Cruise, it shouldn t be much of a surprise that plans were quickly in the works for a sequel film. Deadline reported in 2021 that original stars Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt were set to return for the second film and that director Jaume Collet-Serra and writer Michael Green were also returning.Free Guy 2Director: TBDStarring: Ryan ReynoldsStar Reynolds Tweeted soon after Free Guy s summer 2021 premiere that Disney would be interested in doing a second film. What that film would look like and whether Shawn Levy would return as director are still TBD especially since Disney itself hasn t officially made any comment on the matter.More Untitled Marvel, Live-Action Disney, Animated, and Pixar Films Also On the WayThat isn t all. As per usual, there are a number of movies that are shrouded in mystery – some of which come to us from the next phases of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and from Pixar. Here is the full list of those.Untitled Searchlight FilmRelease Date: April 8, 2022Untitled Searchlight Film Release Date: June 10, 2022Untitled Searchlight FilmRelease Date: August 12, 2022Untitled 20th Century Film Release Date: September 23, 2022Untitled Marvel FilmRelease Date: October 7, 2022Untitled 20th Century Film Release Date: October 21, 2022Untitled Disney Animation FilmRelease Date: November 23, 2022Untitled 20th Century Film Release Date: December 23, 2022Untitled Disney Live-Action FilmRelease Date: March 10, 2023Untitled Marvel Film Release Date: May 5, 2023Untitled Pixar Animation FilmRelease Date: June 16, 2023Untitled Disney Live-Action FilmRelease Date: July 14, 2023Untitled Marvel FilmRelease Date: July 28, 2023Untitled Disney Live-ActionRelease Date: August 11, 2023Untitled 20th Century Film Release Date: September 15, 2023Untitled Disney Live-Action Film Release Date: October 6, 2023Untitled 20th Century Film Release Date: October 20, 2023Untitled Marvel FilmRelease Date: November 3, 2023Untitled 20th Century Film Release Date: November 10, 2023Untitled Disney Animation Film Release Date: November 22, 2023Untitled Disney Live-Action Film Release Date: March 22, 2024Untitled Marvel FilmRelease Date: May 24, 2024Untitled Pixar Animation FilmRelease Date: June 14, 2024Untitled Disney Live-Action Film Release Date: July 5, 2024Untitled Marvel Film Release Date: July 26, 2024Untitled Marvel Film Release Date: November 8, 2024Untitled Star Wars FilmRelease Date: December 19, 2025Untitled Star Wars FilmRelease Date: December 17, 2027Check out the most anticipated movies of 2021 and the most anticipated movies of 2022.Thumbnail image: ©Buena Vista Pictures, ©Marvel Studios, ©Paramount PicturesOn an Apple device? 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Marvel released a TV spot for Captain Marvel during the Grammys on Sunday night and though we didn t spy much in way of new footage with Carol Danvers (Brie Larson), we are now able to grasp a bit more on the tone and tenor of the character s defiance. The Ready trailer intermixes echoes of the tagline, Higher. Further. Faster. with male voices imposing limitations: They ll never let you fly, This isn t a game of little girls,   and Give it up. In the trailer, our heroine battles back in every way imaginable, fists clenched every time she s knocked down, and ends with her spouting a final rebuke, I m kinda done with you telling me what I can t do.   A mic-drop moment, to be sure.When we spoke to Larson on set, she clued us in to the fact this would be an in-your-face girl power movie, which was always Marvel s intention. “I had a meeting with Marvel. They wanted to make a big feminist movie. It was at that moment that the Oscar-winning actress knew she couldn t turn it down, adding, It’s kind of everything that I’ve wanted.   Alongside Carol in her journey on earth is Maria Rambeau, an Air Force pilot and the mother of Monica Rambeau, who, let s just say, is a major figure in the Captain Marvel canon. Played by Lashana Lynch (who some may remember from the short-lived ABC Romeo and Juliet continuation Still-Star Crossed), Maria is Carol s best friend. Here s our chat with Lynch on the set of Captain Marvel, where she told us about her relationship with Brie, 90s nostalgia, and why Maria s everywoman status is what makes her great. Where does her character fit in the story?(Photo by Marvel Studios) We are going from the beginning. We’re going from before Carol Danvers got her powers. We have us being set in the mid- 90s, which are nice because we have lots of flashbacks, memories that we all know and love, and wish we were still in, personally, especially the music. Carol Danvers [and I] are Air Force pilots. You catch a lot of us being the strong, driven, bold females in the workplace, in a male-oriented environment.  It’s nice to see flashbacks and see how women can burst through that environment and still hold their own not having to have a man telling them what to do, tell where to stand, tell them how to look, not to be glamourous at work, not having to wear heels and the pencil skirt, and be on their Ps and Qs. Just being a complete badass going to work. We just wanna rule the world and feel fly doing it, and I feel that’s what my character does, as well as being a mom. What was her preparation for the role? My first film was a film called Fast Girls, where I had to play an Olympian and a hurdler. From that, I’ve changed my diet and changed my perspective on athletes, and how they approach their work, physically. Food and fitness literally go hand in hand. For Captain Marvel, we do a hundred squats a day, or three hundred abs a day. I’m trying to see if life is still existing whilst doing these abs. Being a fighter pilot is enough to set the bar high. Being a female fighter pilot is more than just being strong and being able to do a good job. It’s a whole life. It means moving around a lot; it means training with only men, especially in the 80s. It means pulling Gs. Like, your eyeballs are in your skull. It’s [a] whole thing. What s in store for Monica (her daughter) in the MCU? At the present time, she’s 11. Most of the time, she’s 11, so I honestly don’t know. I feel like there’s, there’s always some things in the works when it comes to the MCU, and there’s always things changing. They go by the comics, but they also switch things up sometimes to keep us on our toes, to keep us excited, and as a Marvel fan, I’m always excited why they didn’t go by the comics with that particular detail, and then how it unravels down the line. Carol and Maria s Relationship(Photo by Marvel Studios) They are best friends in the beginning, absolute best friends. They were in and out of each other’s houses; Carol was very close with Monica. She almost, I would say, helped raise her. I’m a single mother, and she was just in her house a lot. What happens to Maria when Carol gets her powers? When Carol gets her powers, it’s kind of like she doesn t have a friend anymore. It’s hard for her to deal with that, being a single mom and being left at home to be a different type of superwoman, which she loves and respects. But there is a little bit of something when your friend goes off to do something amazing out of the country. You just wanna be in their space constantly, all the time, and maybe she isn’t there or even in the world anymore, is frightening. She feels abandoned in the most strengthening way, because then it helped her to raise her child in a way that no other person would be able to raise their child. Maria is just a mom and a badass who happens to be a Woman of Color I’m glad. That’s why Marvel is great, because they literally just tell the story, and I’ve worked my whole career to just be able to tell a story. And if I can walk into a room and get a job, and have the casting director not care about or even mention [my race], and still [give] me the job, then I feel like I’ve already won. So we don’t talk about it. Her long journey to join the MCU I’ve been a Marvel fan for 10 years, but I’ve been aiming to be in a Marvel film for two years. And when I say aiming, I mean, like, every single time there’s an audition, I’m like, I’ve gotta get in the room.   I [was] in London; they’re trying to send tapes to L.A., which is a whole other crazy thing, as well, because every single film is individual and amazing. I’m playing a new character. It started with Black Panther. I looked too young for one and too old for the other, and that didn’t happen. But I’m really happy  Letitia Wright got it. She is bombastic, and a fellow Brit. With this, I went in not knowing what it was. It went in not knowing who it was, if it was one line or a lead character. Nothing. Her relationship with Brie(Photo by Marvel Studios) Brie’s been incredible from the jump, literally from the test with her. The reading with her was amazing. She was very giving and very supportive, and any actor reading with another actor just knows that it’s nerve-wracking, and you just wanna do a good job. And then [after] the table read, we had a lot of conversations about making sure that the female is the center. The female gets to be a female instead of an accessory. I don’t want any female to feel like they’re sidetracked by a man’s journey. She was really vocal about just telling the truth through our stories and being and being bold, and I realized through that, Marvel can be collaborative in this process. And every actor that’s gotten on board that had an idea. It starts as one thing, and every single day, the characters build into something else that makes you feel like you are really a part of this world, which is quite exciting for me. How will her character deal with all the Alien weirdness? She weirdly gets used to it. I think being a fighter pilot, you are exposed to so much weirdness, like pulling Gs casually. She is prepared for any eventuality. It’s nice that she has that background to face these weird creatures. She’s not scared. She’s not scared at all. Neither is Monica. She’s definitely here for taking in the experience and contributing her expertise to these situations instead of using it as a way to kind of retreat out of it. There are little touches of the 90s everywhere(We notice Maria s throwback 90 s Necklace ) The necklace says Monica. That was my idea. It says Monica because it’s the 90s, [and]  I am here for that. Captain Marvel opens everywhere March 8.
Gregg was doing double-duty while filming Captain Marvel and Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 6, but team Marvel was good at working out his schedule.“Luckily it’s all under the giant powerful Marvel umbrella so the coordination was really good,” Gregg said. “I was shooting some of Captain Marvel during our season, some after. Some quite recently.”We won’t see Gregg’s return to Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. until this summer, but Gregg has been teasing his new character. He confirmed to Rotten Tomatoes that he will have a new name.“I do have a new costume and a new name apparently,” Gregg said. “They will call me something else.”(Photo by ABC/Image Group LA)Gregg knows his new character name. His costars know it, too, but no one is telling.“I do, yes. Really, the only person who doesn’t know is you,” he teased.The season premiere will see Gregg direct his second episode of the series. Like all Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season premieres, it resets everything.“They were kind enough to give me the first episode of this season which is huge, the huge return they always do which is tear everything down to the studs and start over basically,” Gregg said. “People are grieving the loss of Phil Coulson. There’s mysterious non human entities suddenly manifesting on Earth so the Earth crew has to deal with that. Meanwhile, the team’s divided by a whole nother group combing the galaxy for the frozen time traveling iteration of Fitz.”Fitz (Ian De Caestecker) was another casualty of season 5. Fortunately, the way time travel works means there is an earlier version of Fitz out there somewhere. Simmons (Elizabeth Henstridge) is determined to bring him back.“Simmons is not really grieving for Fitz, because she is convinced that she will find him,” Henstridge said. “So we have a little team doing that and then a team back on Earth too.”Daisy (Chloe Bennet) is helping Simmons and the duo are traveling the galaxy.“It’s been a fun season for Simmons and Daisy, because we got to be partners in crime a little bit on our journey trying to find Fitz,” Bennet said.Gregg added: “Daisy’s got her back and they are going to every different kind of species and culture and planet in the galaxy, meeting the species there. And then Daisy’s going to kick their ass until they give up Fitz.”Henstridge also said that the lighter side of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. would return after a few seasons of dark drama.“It’s also funny this season,” Henstridge said. “There are some episodes that are really funny that we haven’t been able to do comedy for quite a while. It’s been very serious.”Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has been off the air since Avengers: Infinity War opened. The subsequent film Ant Man and the Wasp addressed Thanos’s snap wiping out 50 percent of the universe (at least in its closing moments). Will Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. be affected by the snap?“I don’t know how that fits into our timeline,” Gregg said. “That’s not something we’re allowed to discuss. If we even say snap, we might vanish.”Henry Simmons did not attend the ABC party, but Gregg also wanted to shout out his character, Mack, becoming director of S.H.I.E.L.D.“One of the other storylines that I find really compelling has to do with Mack, played by Henry Simmons, who has really had a slow journey into the heart of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” Gregg said. “He really puts his ass on the line when he’s there, but I think at times he’s wanted to be out. Now that he’s the Director, watching just the gravity with which he takes that job and how difficult it is on his relationship with Yo-Yo and how dedicated he is to finding a way to pull off what this team needs to pull off, he does an amazing job.”Captain Marvel opens March 8 and Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. returns to ABC this summer.

egoers had a choice between worms in ears or maggots in meat. The return of the Enterprise crew was challenged by their archenemy from the episode Space Seed, and it became what is considered to this day to be the definitive Star Trek adventure. Tobe Hooper’s Poltergeist actually opened that weekend to less than half of what Khan grossed, but audiences kept it in theaters past that Halloween, and it became not just the eighth highest-grossing film of the year (Khan was sixth), but has endured as one of the classic horror films passed down to new generations.BLADE RUNNER   THE THING(Photo by Warner Bros., Universal Pictures)Date: June 25, 1982Even the most loyal genre enthusiasts may not have appreciated this date at the time. It was two weeks into the run of audiences falling in love with Steven Spielberg’s E.T. and a shift into darker, nastier science-fiction may not have been what they were in the mood for. Ridley Scott’s follow-up to Alien opened in fourth and John Carpenter’s grisly remake of The Thing (From Another World) was a distant eighth. Cut to decades of home video, cable, and revival screenings later, and they are now both considered irreplaceable, seminal examples of genre filmmaking.RAISING ARIZONA   EVIL DEAD 2(Photo by 20th Century Fox, Rosebud Communications Releasing)Date: Mar. 13, 1987While the sequel/remake to Sam Raimi’s cult horror classic was finding its audience in 330 theaters, Joel and Ethan Coen’s follow-up to their breakthrough, Blood Simple, was released in one theater and had one of the best per-theater-averages for a single screen release in the 1980s. No film did better in 1987 than Raising Arizona did in as few theaters (.8 million in fewer than 700 theaters), and Evil Dead 2 made nearly million in no more than 310. No one would confuse their success in the moment with that of Ghostbusters or Gremlins, but the kinetic energy and wildly energetic performances in both films have been finding new fans for decades.DIE HARD   A FISH CALLED WANDA(Photo by 20th Century Fox, MGM)Date: July 15, 1988After a decade defined by the muscle-bound heroes created by Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger, a new action hero was born with John McClane in Die Hard. Please God, don’t let me die, said the average-Joe cop played by Bruce Willis, and an icon was born in a film that would be foolish to leave off any list of the greatest action films ever made. While McClane fought international bearer bond bandits, an English barrister by the name of Archie Leach was matching wits with American diamond thieves in A Fish Called Wanda, written by Monty Python’s John Cleese and directed by Ealing Studios’ Charles Crichton. It opened in limited release and found a broader audience three weeks later a reminder that sometimes classics are right under your nose whether you realize it at the time or not. These films were the seventh and twelfth highest-grossing movies of 1988, but their cultural impact is priceless.BOYZ N THE HOOD  POINT BREAK(Photo by Columbia Pictures, 20th Century Fox)Date: July 12, 1991Two vastly different visions of Southern California opened on the same day in 1991, and each struck a major chord in the zeitgeist for different reasons, and at different times. The recently passed John Singleton exploded onto the scene with the most potent cultural commentary on the African-American community since Do the Right Thing, and the success of Boyz N the Hood led to his becoming the youngest director nominated for the Academy Award for Best Director, not to mention the first African-American ever. Meanwhile, on the other side of street, Patrick Swayze and Keanu Reeves were surfing and robbing banks. Though it was hardly a major success at the time, Point Break has grown its following over the years, partly for Keanu’s newfound cult hero status, but also for the unmistakable technique (and commentary on Reagan-era action films) from Kathryn Bigelow, who 18 years later would become the first woman to win the Best Director Oscar.PULP FICTION   HOOP DREAMS(Photo by Miramax Films, Fine Line Features)Date: Oct. 14, 1994After notable festival successes at Sundance and Cannes, two of the most influential films of the 1990s opened in theaters. Reservoir Dogs was Quentin Tarantino’s calling card, but Pulp Fiction was the movie that brought his unique blend of dialogue, violence, and cinematic homage to the masses. His fractured narrative became the most replicated style for the rest of the decade and beyond. Meanwhile, Steve James’ three-hour documentary about two Chicago basketball players opened in just three theaters, but thanks in part to extensive praise and coverage by Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert, it became the second highest-grossing documentary ever (behind only Madonna: Truth or Dare) at the time and helped change the landscape for the format as a viable commercial entity.TOY STORY CASINO(Photo by Buena Vista, Universal Pictures)Date: Nov. 22, 1995Few likely remember the other Thanksgiving releases (Money Train and Nick of Time) that came out the same weekend Toy Story and Casino hit theaters. It isn t just because they are forgettable films, but because the latter two marked a return to a familiar universe for one legend and the beginning of another in the world of animation. Pixar’s debut came in the midst of the Disney animated renaissance that peaked a year earlier with The Lion King. Toy Story introduced moviegoers to a revolutionary style of animation that, along with the friendship of Woody and Buzz and lessons in growing older, has endured through two sequels with a third on the horizon. Over in the next cinema, Martin Scorsese returned to the mob world for his tale of the end of their reign in Las Vegas. While some have seen Casino as treading some of the same water as Goodfellas, Scorsese has acknowledged it as a de facto sequel in respects, and the film continues to be reassessed by critics as an essential chapter in the filmmaker’s oeuvre of greed, hubris, and the collapse that follows.JUMANJI  HEAT(Photo by Sony Pictures, Warner Bros.)Date: Dec. 15, 1995After families flocked to Pixar’s Toy Story for three weeks, they then made Joe Johnston’s fantasy adventure the No. 1 film in the country, and it became one of just 10 films that year to gross 0 million. Jumanji has seen a resurgence after the passing of its star Robin Williams in 2014 and the immense success of Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle in 2017, the sequel to which is scheduled to be released later this year. Adults, meanwhile, got the first face-to-face encounter between Al Pacino and Robert DeNiro in Michael Mann’s epic crime drama Heat. It functioned as a showcase not only for the two legendary actors, but also for the greatest moments from the films Mann made that nobody saw (particularly his TV film, L.A. Takedown). The gritty thriller has been celebrated by audiences for decades, and it s now considered Mann’s most recognizable crime drama.THE MATRIX  10 THINGS I HATE ABOUT YOU(Photo by Warner Bros., Buena Vista Pictures)Date: Mar. 31, 1999What Pulp Fiction did for crime narratives, The Matrix did for sci-fi and special effects. Keanu Reeves appears again on this list, putting his stamp on yet another seminal action extravaganza. The Wachowskis molded together cyberpunk, a little Terminator, and even some philosophy into a film that became the highest-grossing film ever released in March or April. Though the sequels split fans, the original endures to this day. 1999 was also a watershed year for teen movies, and The Matrix found itself competing against one of the defining films of that era. At the time, 10 Things I Hate About You failed to pull audiences away from the Wachowskis explosive adventure, and several others in its own genre proved more profitable that year (American Pie, She’s All That, Never Been Kissed, Varsity Blues, and Cruel Intentions all did better). But 20 years later, the film has outlasted that barrage and become celebrated as a seminal coming-of-age film for audiences of a certain age. Like Clueless four years earlier, 10 Things relied on classic literature for its inspiration and featured early work from a young powerhouse cast that included Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Julia Stiles, Gabrielle Union and, of course, the late Heath Ledger.ELF LOVE ACTUALLY(Photo by New Line Cinema, Universal Pictures)Date: Nov. 7, 2003Before Ron Burgundy, there was Buddy the elf, and before Love Actually, there was no such thing as love. OK, maybe not exactly, but in their own ways, both Elf and Love Actually have become staples of Christmas viewing, perpetually programmed on television alongside other modern regulars like A Christmas Story and It s A Wonderful Life. Will Ferrell had not had anything close to a success like this (out-dueling even The Matrix Revolutions), and to this day, it is still his highest-grossing live-action film. Richard Curtis’ film, on the other hand, was a more modest success at the time, but it has since been referenced in everything from proposals to parodies to politics. For a genre that is often replicated ad nauseum, this sprawling romantic epic has rarely been duplicated in the territory it covers.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
King of the Crop: Spider-Man Swings to the Top(Photo by Sony Pictures Animation)Without looking, it would have been easy to assume that some animated title would have a massive opening this month. Most of them tend to get out early before the Thanksgiving holiday, which opened the door for Sing to grab the top spot for an animated film with a .2 million back in December of 2016. Now the mantle has been taken by Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse with a million opening. Films opening between -40 million this month have averaged a final haul of 1 million. Sing’s 0 million is a big part of that, as is last year’s Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, which finished with over 0 million. Scott Derrickson’s The Day the Earth Stood Still remake in 2008 is the only one to finish with less than 0 million (.3 million, to be precise). Spider-Verse will have some challengers opening this week, but this is still likely to be a top choice over at least one of them in the long run. Only the Hotel Transylvania films have opened better for Sony in their animation department, though if Spider-Verse can best the aforementioned average, it will pass all of them to become their biggest success to date.Rotten Returns: Mortal Engines Nearly Hits Bottom of Exclusive List(Photo by Universal Pictures)There is no way around the Mortal Engines numbers. They are abysmal, and we re not talking about just the 28% it received on the Tomatometer. It has joined the list of bottom five December films opening in 3,000 theaters, a list that now looks like this:The Nativity Story (.8 million), Mortal Engines (.5), Collateral Beauty (.10 million), Walking with Dinosaurs (.09), The Wild Thornberrys (.0)Thanks to the holiday season playing out the way it does, those other films finished between and .1 million. Mortal Engines, however, is the most expensive among them, with a budget of 0 million (Walking with Dinosaurs cost million). Suggesting that this is the flop of the year might make for juicy headlines, but it simply is not the case. Mortal Engines could have made two cents this weekend and both A Wrinkle in Time and Solo: A Star Wars Story would have lost more money. It is not even the worst domestic opening vs. its overall production budget. In other words, yes, it is bad and it is a bit embarrassing, but look at the broader picture.The Peter Jackson production could still be saved with a decent international haul (it has made .3 million so far). But it shows the peril of trying to mount an expensive fantasy production in this day and age that did not come from the mind of George Lucas or the pages of comic books. Even adaptations such as John Carter, Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, and Ghost in the Shell failed to generate enough interest with American audiences. Universal has also had their issues over the years (including 1995’s Waterworld) with failed attempts at Robin Hood (2010) Peter Pan (2003), but also more recently with 47 Ronin, Cowboys Aliens, The Great Wall, and their attempts at reimagining or rebooting their classic monster series (Van Helsing, The Wolfman, and The Mummy). Universal has had an otherwise solid year with big hits like Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Halloween, and Fifty Shades Freed (see a pattern?), but they are likely preparing Mortal Engines to join Pacific Rim Uprising and Skyscraper in the red column for 2018.The Top 10 and Beyond: Eastwood Has One of His Best Draws; Aquaman Gets a Head Start(Photo by Claire Folger/Warner Bros.)Clint Eastwood is in front of the camera for the first time since 2012’s Trouble with the Curve this weekend, and despite Warner Bros. almost going out of their way not to campaign the film for awards and keep it from critics as long as possible, it still managed to squeak by with a score of 63%. The .2 million opening for The Mule (63%) is actually Eastwood s third best of any movie he s starred in. Space Cowboys opened to million in 2000 and Gran Torino, after four weeks of playing in less than 100 screens, exploded to a .4 million weekend in January 2009. Since 1990, 23 films have opened in December between -20 million and ten of them reached 0 million (four of which were R-rated Best Picture nominees, including Jerry Maguire, The Green Mile, and The Wolf of Wall Street). We will know better next week whether it can come close to the .6 million average final gross of those 23 films or even join Gran Torino, In the Line of Fire, Unforgiven, and Million Dollar Baby as Clint’s 0 million star vehicles.Meanwhile, Illumination’s The Grinch continues to forge a path to over 0 million with the smallest drop in the Top Ten (23%); Ralph Breaks the Internet has officially fallen behind it on the chart. Disney’s sequel has nearly an identical haul to Bohemian Rhapsody in its first 26 days, and it should still have enough in the tank to at least match the original’s 9 million gross. That Queen movie, though, remains the WOW of the holiday box office with nearly 9 million worldwide. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is not far behind with 5 million, though both are likely to be eclipsed by Mary Poppins Returns and Aquaman, which has already grossed over 3 million internationally.The PG-13 alternate cut of Deadpool 2, Once Upon a Deadpool, has grossed .8 million since it opened on Wednesday. Fox nearly made as much this weekend with
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Ghcxuf The 93rd Academy Awards were unlike any other we ve witnessed in recent memory or possibly ever before as the ceremony was structured to accommodate social distancing measures brought about by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The result was an unusually intimate, subdued ceremony filled with personal anecdotes and touching tributes. Of course, that doesn t mean things didn t get a little wacky from time to time ( Glenn Close doin Da Butt is officially a thing now), and there were still plenty of larger-than-life moments, from incredible musical performances and tear-filled dedications to laugh-out-loud one-liners and groundbreaking milestones.Recommended: Full List of Winners from the 2021 Academy AwardsRecommended: The Biggest Snubs and Surprises of the 2021 Oscar NominationsRecommended: All the Winners of the 2020 Golden Tomato AwardsThings started with a bang, as H.E.R. performed an amazing rendition of her Oscar-winning song Fight For You before the ceremony started and Regina King kicked off the festivities by entering Los Angeles iconic Union Station in a stunning single tracking shot as the credits rolled. From there, we got tear-filled dedications, inspirational speeches, laugh-out-loud one-liners, and groundbreaking milestones. Read on for the biggest moments of the 2021 Oscars.H.E.R. Delivers Showstopping Performance of “Fight For You” Before Winning Best Original SongThose expecting to see the much hyped-up pre-recorded performances of this year’s Best Song nominees during the show were likely disappointed to learn that the five songs were actually shown during ABC’s pre-show. The standout performance was also the final performance: H.E.R.’s rousing rendition of “Fight for You” from Judas and the Black Messiah, which incorporated archival footage and a battery of dancers to deliver a chills-inducing moment just minutes before the start of the ceremony. The song went on to win Best Original Song in the ceremony proper.Regina King Enters in Epic One-ShotWe were told in the lead-up to tonight’s ceremony that Steven Soderbergh and his co-producers wanted the night to play out like a film – and the first minutes of the broadcast delivered on that promise. Bringing to mind those famous opening moments of Goodfellas, a single camera shot tracked Regina King – her Oscar firmly in hand – as she walked into LA’s Union Station, through its cavernous hall, and onto the stage. Throughout the entire shot, cinematic credits announced the various presenters (“starring…”). King kicked things off by marking the conviction of Derek Chauvin earlier this week: Now, I know that a lot of you people at home wanna reach for your remote when you feel like Hollywood is preaching to you, but as a mother of a Black son, I know the fear that so many live with, and no amount of fame or fortune changes that, OK? Thomas Vinterberg Pays Moving Tribute to His DaughterUpon winning the Oscar for Best International Film for Another Round, director Thomas Vinterberg began his acceptance speech as anyone might expect, thanking the appropriate parties who supported the film and those with whom he worked directly on it, including the four main actors at the heart of the story. But midway through his speech, Vinterberg recounted how, four days into shooting the film, he lost his daughter Ida in a tragic auto accident. As he paused and wiped tears from his face, Vinterberg collected himself and explained how she had read the script two months prior to production and was glowing with excitement about the film, in which she was originally supposed to appear. Vinterberg closed by dedicating the film to Ida, saying, If anyone dares to believe that she s here with us somehow, you ll be able to see her clapping and cheering with us Ida, this is a miracle that just happened, and you are part of this miracle. Maybe you ve been pulling some strings somewhere; I don t know. But this one is for you. Daniel Kaluuya Embarrasses His FamilyAfter missing out on the Best Actor Oscar back in 2018, Daniel Kaluuya became the sixth Black actor to win Best Supporting Actor at the Academy Awards on Sunday night. Speaking off the cuff, Kaluuya thanked the usual folks and gushed about his collaborators while his mother and sister, both in attendance at LA s Union Station, looked on. As he wound up his acceptance speech with some inspirational words about Fred Hampton, the ico 😈😈

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