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沙巴体育365网址采用百度引擎2(Baidu 2)King of the Crop: “Original” Us Takes Records For Horror, March and “R”-Rated Films(Photo by Universal)Let’s lay out some pretty amazing facts about Us’ million weekend. That is the highest opening ever for an original “R”-rated film. The 11 “R” films to open higher were either sequels or adapted from popular books. Us is also the biggest opening ever for an original live-action film in March and an original horror film in any month. Only It and last year’s Halloween opener higher. But…can it outgross Get Out s 6 million?Us has already doubled Get Out’s .4 million opening. A good start indeed. It is the 142nd film to open with million or more. Of those previous 141 films, do you know how many failed to reach the 6 million earned by Get Out? Six. (Fifty Shades of Grey, Halloween 2018, Fast and Furious, Quantum of Solace, X-Men: Apocalypse, 2012). That is already 95.7% in favor of Us besting Get Out’s total. The number to watch next week when Dumbo knocks Us back to second is whether its second weekend is over or under million.Rotten Returns: Captive State Takes A Dive(Photo by Focus Features)In its second week, Focus Features’ Captive State could not remain in a Top 10 where four finishers made less than million this weekend. That is because it took an estimated 70.7% drop to only 8,000. The million production that has grossed all of .2 million in 10 days of release is the second film of 2018 to have a 70% drop or higher. (Replicas fell 81.5%.) In 2018 there were six wide releases that dropped as much in their second weekend – Mortal Engines, Assassination Nation, Gringo, Super Troopers 2, Kin, and Once Upon a Deadpool.Top 10 and Beyond: Captain Marvel Hits Top 10 Of MCU(Photo by Disney)One film already carving its path amongst the all-timers at the box office is Captain Marvel. With another million this weekend its total stands at 1 million, the 21st-best total for a film after 17 days of release. Its worldwide total currently stands at 0 million – or – the 7th highest-grossing film based on a Marvel property ever.Among other victories in the Top 10 this week we have How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, which is up to 8 million worldwide, just million behind the original (which is still the series’ domestic champion with 7.5 million.) If estimates hold on A Madea Family Funeral it will officially be the third highest-grossing film of Tyler Perry’s directorial career. Finally while the numbers are not giant for Five Feet Apart, a 34% drop from last week means the million production has now grossed over million and should get itself at least over million when all is said and done.This Time Last Year: Pacific Rim Led, But Would Soon Fall(Photo by Warner Bros)One of the biggest bombs of 2018, nevertheless, opened to no. 1 this weekend. Pacific Rim Uprising began with .1 million and later finished with just under million total domestically. Black Panther was finally knocked back to second place with another million as it had amassed over 1 million after six weekends. Also opening with Sherlock Gnomes (.6 million), Paul Apostle of Christ (.1 million), Midnight Sun ( million) and Steven Soderbergh’s Unsane which missed the top ten with .7 million. Leading the per-theater-average charge was Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs (,011 on each of its 27 screens for .62 million.) Fifty Shades Freed also managed to finally cross the 0 million mark.On the Vine: Elephants and a Beach Bum(Photo by Dumbo)Disney releases the first of their 2019 live-action remakes with Dumbo. Tim Burton’s 2010 adaptation of Alice in Wonderland was the biggest success of his career and Dumbo could very well end up being his second highest global success. Also opening wide is PureFlix’s abortion drama, Unplanned, the first “R”-rated release for the Christian-based company. Finally, Neon releases Harmony Korine’s The Beach Bum with Matthew McConaughey. The Full Top 10: March 22-24Us (2019) 93% – .25 million (.25 million total)Captain Marvel (2019) 79% – .02 million (1.49 million total)Wonder Park (2019) 34% – .00 million (.47 million total)Five Feet Apart (2019) 53% – .75 million (.46 million total)How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (2019) 90% – .53 million (5.75 million total)Tyler Perry's A Madea Family Funeral (2019) 11% – .50 million (.88 million total)Gloria Bell (2018) 91% – .80 million (.49 million total)No manches Frida 2 (2019) 13% – .78 million (.62 million total)The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part (2019) 84% – .13 million (3.32 million total)Alita: Battle Angel (2019) 61% – .01 million (.87 million total)

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(Photo by Sony/Columbia Pictures)This fall marks the 10th anniversary of the release of Zombieland, the well-reviewed horror comedy that entertained while instructing how to survive a zombie apocalypse. This fall will also see the long-awaited release of the hit movie’s sequel, Zombieland: Double Tap. That’s right, it’s time to nut up or shut up again and follow our favorite city-named characters as they re-kill some undead and maybe even search for more Twinkies.What’s in store for Columbus and the rest of the gang? What have they been up to this past decade? Will they accidentally murder anymore Hollywood icons? Here’s everything we know about the follow-up so far.What s Taken So Long?(Photo by Sony/Columbia Pictures)Ten years is a long wait for a sequel to a movie as popular as Zombieland, which grossed more than 0 million worldwide back in 2009. Everyone seemed ready to do another one soon afterward, but the usual Hollywood hurdles got in the way, some of them rather positive. The filmmakers and cast have all had a good and busy decade since the release of the original.Jesse Eisenberg became an Oscar nominee. Woody Harrelson, who had previously been nominated for a Best Actor Oscar, earned a couple more nominations for Best Supporting Actor. Emma Stone was not only nominated for two Oscars herself, but actually won one for Best Actress in 2016, and she was just nominated for a third time. Screenwriters Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick hit it big with Deadpool and Deadpool 2. Director Ruben Fleischer did a few more movies, including last year’s box office hit Venom, and a lot of television.(Photo by Official Zombieland Twitter)As it turns out, this was perfect timing for the cast of Zombieland to return for a sequel, if only for the fact that they could promote the project through a popular meme. On January 29, the official Zombieland Twitter account revealed the new title for the sequel in a tweet that also featured a new poster, with Eisenberg, Harrelson, Stone, and Breslin recreating the one-sheet for the original. The image of them all older — and in Breslin’s case, taller — is a perfect entry in the #10YearChallenge trend of comparing how we look now with our 2009 selves.Also, this isn’t the first return to Zombieland. Back in 2013, Amazon Studios debuted a pilot for Zombieland: The TV Series alongside 13 other pilots and asked viewers to help decide which series would be picked up. Unfortunately, fans weren’t into the small-screen version of Zombieland, which was scripted by Reese and Wernick but featured a new cast, and Amazon opted not to produce any more episodes. “You guys successfully hated it out of existence,” Reese tweeted at the time.Everyone Is Excited to Be Back(Photo by Sony/Columbia Pictures)Despite all the success and elevated prestige the cast and creators have experienced in the last decade, everyone is back on board for this crazy ride. Eisenberg, Harrelson, Stone, and Breslin will reprise their respective roles as Columbus, Tallahassee, Wichita and Little Rock. And Fleischer is again at the helm, directing another script by Reese and Wernick, who are this time joined by The Expendables writer Dave Callaham.When Sony greenlit the sequel last summer, studio president Sanford Panitch said of the reunion: “No one wanted to see it happen more than Emma, Woody, Jesse, and Abigail. These are some of the most in-demand actors, and I think they are making this movie because they love these characters. We are thrilled Ruben was willing to come back to direct the sequel, as his work on Venom has been truly amazing.”Fleischer himself also spoke excitedly to Fandango last fall as he was prepping for the sequel. “I m thrilled,” he said. “I’ve been scouting and storyboarding and getting it going, and to get to work with that cast again is just an absolute dream come true. It s been really exciting starting to think about that movie, and to get to work with Emma, Jesse, Woody, and Abigail once again is truly a dream come true. Yeah, we re just at the very early stages, but we have an amazing script, and we re going to start shooting in Georgia in January.” Whatever the full synopsis and cast list entails, they’re up and running as of now filming began for Zombieland: Double Tap on January 21, 2019, in Atlanta, Georgia.New Locations, New Friends, and New Zombies(Photo by Sony/Columbia Pictures)What is the foursome up to this time around? The plot is being kept under wraps, of course, but does it really matter what the story is? All a Zombieland sequel needs to have is more hilarious zombie action and horror — not too complicated. We do know that Zombieland: Double Tap will involve another trek through the United States of Zombieland, however, this time taking the gang from the White House to the former American heartland.The film will also feature some new players in the game of zombie bashing, and yes, they’re also all nicknamed after places special to them. Rising star Zoey Deutch is Madison. Avan Jogia (TV’s Victorious) is a bad boy musician named Berkeley. And Rosario Dawson is Nevada. Hopefully we learn why her moniker is an entire state rather than a city.According to sparse details spreading about the premise of the sequel, Berkeley will be a love interest for Breslin’s Little Rock, who has separated from the rest of her group, and Nevada is a zombie hunter who connects with Eisenberg’s Columbus after some drama between him and Stone s Wichita further splits up the original cast.(Photo by Sony/Columbia Pictures)Meanwhile, as the four main characters have managed to stay alive for a decade by hunkering down in the presidential home, the hordes outside have also been surviving. According to reports of the plot, the gang will be facing “new kinds of zombies,” including smarter and stealthier varieties. I mean, it s been 10 years, so who knows what the world will look like at this point? Fleischer hinted to Fandango last fall.While it’s unconfirmed if Bill Murray will also return for the sequel as “himself,” rumor has it that his old Ghostbusters co-star and fellow Saturday Night Live alum Dan Aykroyd will make a cameo this time around as “Dan Aykroyd.” Would that mean we could look forward to Ernie Hudson or Sigourney Weaver in Zombieland 3?It ll Be Worth the Wait(Photo by Sony/Columbia Pictures)Ten years is a long time to wait for a sequel, and anticipation has just been building and building. Will it meet our expectations? Certainly there’s no pleasing everyone, but the decade delay has hopefully been for the best. Fleischer thinks so, as he told LRM last month: I think collectively we all felt very strongly that the only circumstance we’d be willing to make the movie is if it’s as good or better than the original. And none of us were willing to compromise on the quality of the movie. We worked on the script real hard to make sure that it was up to par with the original. And so, that was just a stipulation that we were all completely on the same page about. I’m proud to say I think our script is really great, in that the movie will be as good as the original if not better, and that’s why we’re all back. Zombieland: Double Tap  is currently scheduled to hit theaters on October 11, 2019. Our hearts are broken and our thoughts are with Chadwick Boseman’s family. Your legacy will live on forever. Rest In Peace. pic.twitter.com/DyibBLoBxz Marvel Studios (@MarvelStudios) August 29, 2020From Samuel L. Jackson:THANK YOU @chadwickboseman for all you gave us. We needed it will always cherish it! A talented giving artist brother who will be sorely missed🙏🏿 RIP Samuel L. Jackson (@SamuelLJackson) August 29, 2020From Brie Larson:💔 pic.twitter.com/Y8ZbFdpHCe Brie Larson (@brielarson) August 29, 2020From Zoe Saldana:I’m gonna have to tell Cy, Bowie and Zen that T’Challa has passed. What other king can I tell them about now? pic.twitter.com/AFEFxJOFd5 Zoe Saldana (@zoesaldana) August 29, 2020From Chris Evans:I’m absolutely devastated. This is beyond heartbreaking. Chadwick was special. A true original. He was a deeply committed and constantly curious artist. He had so much amazing work still left to create. I’m endlessly grateful for our friendship. Rest in power, King💙 pic.twitter.com/oBERXlw66Z Chris Evans (@ChrisEvans) August 29, 2020From Don Cheadle:i will miss you, birthday brother. you were always light and love to me. my god ✌🏿♥️✊🏿 🙅🏿‍♂️ forever and ever https://t.co/9pORaKZuQN pic.twitter.com/awX3DiTVwn Don Cheadle (@DonCheadle) August 29, 2020From Taika Waititi:Devastating news. We lost a great one. Takoto mai rā e Āriki. #chadwickboseman Taika Waititi (@TaikaWaititi) August 29, 2020From Simu LiuI want to be crystal clear: without Chadwick, and what he gave to his character, there is no Shang Chi. Period. My career rides on the coattails of a great man. I wish I would have had the opportunity to tell him in person but I ll fight for him always, my Eternal King. Simu Liu (@SimuLiu) August 29, 2020From Angela Bassett: View this post on Instagram “It was meant to be for Chadwick and me to be connected, for us to be family. But what many don’t know is our story began long before his historic turn as Black Panther. During the premiere party for Black Panther, Chadwick reminded me of something. He whispered that when I received my honorary degree from Howard University, his alma mater, he was the student assigned to escort me that day. And here we were, years later as friends and colleagues, enjoying the most glorious night ever! We’d spent weeks prepping, working, sitting next to each other every morning in makeup chairs, preparing for the day together as mother and son. I am honored that we enjoyed that full circle experience. This young man’s dedication was awe-inspiring, his smile contagious, his talent unreal. So I pay tribute to a beautiful spirit, a consummate artist, a soulful brother ”thou aren’t not dead but flown afar ”. All you possessed, Chadwick, you freely gave. Rest now, sweet prince.” #WakandaForeverA post shared by Angela Bassett (@im.angelabassett) on Aug 28, 2020 at 8:43pm PDT
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之前的成功MMO类游戏大多是“端转手”游戏,版本不更新就会面临着淘汰的危险。并且“端转手”的IP成功转换,有一大部分玩家因为环境的影响可以从端游转化为手游进行游玩。例如腾讯所采取的策略是轻中重度游戏均有分布、网易将继续深耕MMO领域、完美世界将采取大IP产品与跨界代言、蜗牛游戏采取端游手游并发、MMO主打等。沙巴体育365网址(Photo by Magnolia Pictures, New Line Cinema, Sony Pictures Classics, Columbia Pictures, Warner Bros. / courtesy Everett Collection)The 30 Essential Vampire Movies To Watch Right NowWerewolves, mummies, and cobbled-together lab freaks have been around since the earliest decades of film, but no monster was perhaps more camera-ready than the vampire. Those counts and lords who love to mug and menace for the camera, mesmerize with their fancy capes, and whose pale skin glows in the luminous flicker of old film cameras. So no surprise that some of the best vampire movies back then are some of the best vampires now, like Dracula, Nosferatu, and Vampyr, even as they approach their centennial anniversaries. That s the bar that s been set for our guide to the essential and best vampire movies, and still we found plenty worthy to follow in their fang-steps.Across legend, we know vampires for their allure and seductive properties. (Or at least, just their property who wouldn t be charmed by a 600-bedroom castle?) The sex appeal of the vampires has especially been played up in movies since the 80s: As the sexy suburban neighbor (Fright Night), the upper-strata socialites (The Hunger), and a smoulderer s row of hot guys (Interview with the Vampire) and leather jacket rebels (The Lost Boys).Or if you just want some action, see From Dusk Til Dawn, Daybreakers, Underworld, and 30 Days of Night.So, looking for something to watch on your next open-coffin-and-chill night? Then go to bat with our 30 Essential Vampire Movies!

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a novels). Something changed, however, when Taika Waititi (Thor: Raganrok, 93% Certified Fresh) signed on with Warner Bros. and producer Leonardo DiCaprio for Akira instead. The bad news, however, is that Waititi s fans are still going to have to wait almost two years for Akira, because the film is now scheduled for release on May 21, 2021. Waititi s film will reportedly be adapted directly from Katsuhiro Otomo s Akira manga volumes, and will not be a shot-by-shot remake of the anime. In related news, both Waititi and Netflix dropped out this week of the Bubbles biopic about the life of Michael Jackson s pet chimpanzee.4. The First Stars Movie Based On a Video Game is In Development(Photo by Melinda Sue Gordon/©Paramount Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection)Ever since we first heard that Game of Thrones showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss were developing a trilogy of Star Wars movies, there has been speculation that their films would be set in the Old Republic setting, some 3,600 years before Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. This week brought an unexpected wrinkle to that theory with the news that a movie based on the popular video game franchise Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic is now in active development (separate from Benioff/Weiss). Instead, the KOTOR movie is being adapted by screenwriter Laeta Kalogridis, whose produced filmography includes Alita: Battle Angel, Martin Scorsese s Shutter Island, and the Netflix science-fiction series Altered Carbon. As with the two other Star Wars projects that Benioff/Weiss and Rian Johnson (Star Wars: The Last Jedi) are working on separately, the Knights of the Old Republic movie is described as being the first of a potential trilogy. Kalogridis also now has the distinction of being the first female screenwriter to work on a Star Wars movie since Leigh Brackett cowrote The Empire Strikes Back in 1980. In related news, we learned more this week about Keri Russell s character in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, as well as more about the Knights of Ren.5. Chip N Dale Live-Action Film, Courtesy of the Lonely Island(Photo by @ Buena Vista Television)With Disney now done with Dumbo and Aladdin, The Lion King coming this summer, and Mulan and Cruella coming in 2020, it’s starting to look like they’ll run out of classic animated movies to adapt as live-action films by the middle of the coming decade. Disney, however, might be way ahead of us, as this week brought news that suggests their next steps could involve adapting some of their popular animated TV series as well. Walt Disney Pictures has begun development of a live-action/CGI hybrid adaptation of the studio s popular Chip n Dale: Rescue Rangers TV series. The original series ran for a relatively brief amount of time on The Disney Channel (1989 to 1990), but it then entered syndication, where it arguably left a bigger impact and found a larger audience. Akiva Schaffer, of the musical comedy team Lonely Island (along with Andy Samberg), will direct the Chip n Dale: Rescue Rangers movie, which will reportedly have a meta angle that s not an origin story. It s not yet known if Chip n Dale: Rescue Rangers will debut on the Disney+ streaming service or whether it will receive a full theatrical release.6. Michael Peña Might Get to Recap What Happens in The Tom Jerry MovieJoel MearesAfter he provided some of the funniest scenes in the two Ant-Man movies, many fans were disappointed to find that Michael Peña’s Luis wasn t one of the supporting characters who returned for Avengers: Endgame (maybe he was hanging out with Darcy and Goose). That was especially disappointing given that we still haven t heard of active development for a third Ant-Man movie yet either. Whatever s causing Marvel Studios to drag its feet on that might be to Warner Bros. s advantage, because that studio has cast Michael Peña as one of the human leads in their upcoming Tom Jerry movie (April 16, 2021). Chloë Grace Moretz will be the lead character, as a new employee at an elegant hotel where Peña s character is the deputy general manager, and an alley cat named Tom is enlisted to take care of a pesky mouse named Jerry. Tom and Jerry will be mute, as they were in most of their classic cartoon short films.7. Slow Your Roll, Sonic the Hedgehog: Redesign Needs a Few More MonthsJoel MearesIn a rare example of people complaining about a movie online actually having an immediate impact, earlier this month, The Weekly Ketchup reported that Sonic the Hedgehog was getting a CGI redesign for his upcoming movie following negative reactions to the first trailer. People quickly speculated that such a rework would probably require more time, and that proved to be a correct guess as this week Paramount Pictures pushed the release back from November 8, 2019 to Valentine s Day, 2020 (up against the third Kingsman movie). Jim Carrey is expected to look pretty much exactly the same as Doctor Robotnik.Rotten Ideas2. This Week in Remakes Pt. 1: Eddie Murphy, Samuel L. Jackson May Be Grumpy Old Men(Photo by @ Summit Entertainment, @ DreamWorks)Although Samuel L. Jackson did have small roles in both Coming to America and the comedy concert film Eddie Murphy: Raw, he s never costarred with Eddie Murphy in the last 25 years or so, the era in which Samuel L. Jackson is a mega star. If this week s news goes anywhere, that may change in the next few years, as both actors are now being named as the possible leads in the same film. That movie would be a remake of 1993 s Grumpy Old Men (63% Fresh), starring Jack Lemmon (then 68) and Walter Matthau (then 73). Eddie Murphy (currently 58) is already attached to star in this remake, and Samuel L. Jackson (currently 70) is reportedly circling the project. Unfortunately, the Grumpy Old Men remake currently looks like a Rotten Idea due to the multitude of Rotten Tomatometer scores for the remake s director, Tim Story. But it could be time for a turnaround.1. This Week in Remakes Pt. 2: Mel Gibson s The Wild Bunch(Photo by Patrick Redmond / © Vertical Entertainment )There s a common notion that the best candidates for remakes are films that were flawed in the first place. The idea is that revisiting movies that could genuinely be improved makes more sense than revisiting something that is generally considered to have been done right the first time. For example, 1939 s The Wizard of Oz is itself a remake (and not even the first one), following silent films that lacked the music that made it a classic. So, when a movie like 1969 s The Wild Bunch has a 94% Certified Fresh Tomatometer score and a spot on various Best Movies of All Time lists, you d think no one would ever consider remaking it. Those people would not be Mel Gibson. Warner Bros. is preparing exactly such a remake to be directed by Gibson, and negotiations have begun with three major stars. The potential stars for The Wild Bunch remake include Michael Fassbender (Prometheus, X-Men: First Class), Jamie Foxx (Django Unchained), and fresh off HBO s Game of Thrones, Peter Dinklage.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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6.71.9 6月喜迎Watch: Kevin Feige on the making of The Avengers above.In 2019, Rotten Tomatoes turns 21, and to mark the occasion we’re celebrating the 21 Most Memorable Moments from the movies over the last 21 years. In this special video series, we speak to the actors and filmmakers who made those moments happen, revealing behind-the-scenes details of how they came to be and diving deep into why they’ve stuck with us for so long. Once we’ve announced all 21, it will be up to you, the fans, to vote for which is the most memorable moment of all. In this episode of our ‘21 Most Memorable Moments’ series, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige details the creation of one of the MCU s most iconic moments.VOTE FOR THIS MOMENT IN OUR 21 MOST MEMORABLE MOVIE MOMENTS POLLThe Movie: Marvel's the Avengers (2012) 91%When Marvel Studios kicked off the MCU with Iron Man, success was not a guarantee. Audiences didn’t know the character, and Robert Downey Jr. was not the superstar he is today. And yet lightning struck. It would strike again and again for the studio, but never as spectacularly – at least until the past two years – as it did in 2012’s The Avengers, the mega successful Marvel superhero team-up written and directed by Buffy creator Joss Whedon. Audiences got to see characters they had started to love (Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, Black Widow) unite with a new version of the Hulk/Bruce Banner as well as a guy with an arrow, to square off against Loki, god of mischief, brother of Thor, and man on a Tesseract mission. The film was in many ways as much of a gamble as Iron Man: Disney and Marvel Studios spent a reported 0 million on it, and the filmmakers had the challenge of balancing multiple storylines, generating real chemistry between multiple A-listers, and meeting colossal expectations. Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige says his own expectations were exceeded.(Photo by Zade Rosenthal, © Walt Disney/courtesy Everett Collection)“The big danger of the first Avengers was just getting overwhelmed with action.” Early on we realized that the role of the filmmaker on our films is to bring a tonality — Jon Favreau, amazing job! — [to] bring a unique tonality and be able to maintain and ride that tone over the course of production and through post production. To bring the characters to life, to make them realistic, grounded. And that we have amazing artists and technicians who can help with the scale, that can help with as big a canvas as it is. What the filmmakers need to do is not get lost in all of that and to focus on the great character work. And the big danger of the first Avengers was just getting overwhelmed with action. So many superheroes, so much spectacle, so many special effects. And we knew there would be plenty of that. But the most intere
Amazing Grace (2018) , a concert documentary of Aretha Franklin s 1972 Los Angeles performance of the titular gospel album, is at 100%. The Charmer (2017) , about an Iranian ex-pat in Denmark whose quest to marry into citizenship takes an unexpected turn, is at 88%. Ben Is Back (2018) , starring Julia Roberts and Lucas Hedges in a drama about a mother reconnecting with her newly returned drug-addict son, is Certified Fresh at 83%. Divide and Conquer: The Story of Roger Ailes (2018) , a documentary about the controversial Fox News founder s political influence, is at 83%. Back Roads (2018) , a drama about the relationship between a married woman and a younger man caring for his three younger sisters, is at 82%. Asher (2018) , starring Ron Perlman and Famke Janssen in a drama about an aging hitman who begins an unexpected romance, is at 75%. Vox Lux (2018) , starring Natalie Portman as a pop superstar attempting a comeback whose rise to fame is marked by tragedy, is at 74%. Clara's Ghost (2018) , a comedy-drama about the non-acting matriarch of a showbiz family and the spirit she may or may not be seeing, is at 67%. Tyrel (2018) , about a black man who accompanies a friend to a weekend party and begins to feel uneasy about being the only minority present, is at 60%. Great Great Great (2017) , about a bored woman who cheats on her boyfriend out of fear that they re heading for a mediocre life, is at 60%. Dumplin' (2018) , about the plus-sized daughter of a beauty queen who upends her mom s pageant by entering it, is at 50%. Swimming With Men (2018) , about a frustrated accountant who finds brotherhood in the other men like him in a synchronized swimming group, is at 45%.
Join us weekly as Rotten Tomatoes reports on what s opening, expanding, and coming to the specialty box office. From promising releases from new voices to experimental efforts from storied filmmakers – or perhaps the next indie darling to go the distance for end-of-year accolades – we will break it all down for you here each week in Fresh Indie Finds. This week at the specialty box office, we have a new documentary that dissects singer-songwriter Linda Ronstadt s storied career and one about racing safety, plus a sophmore effort from a Sundance standout. In our indie trailer section, we have new clips featuring Spider-man: Into the Spider-Verse star Shameik Moore, Black-ish star Miles Brown, and Laurence Fishburne.Opening This Weekend

Chuck Jones had already achieved the impossible with 1966 s How the Grinch Stole Christmas!, turning Dr. Seuss’ popular short book into 24 minutes of stunning animation and beautifully transferring its heartwarming charm to the small screen. Boasting voice work led by the legendary Boris Karloff and an iconic song to match in “You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch,” the beloved TV special seemed poised to stand the test of time. Alas, what is dead may never die, and in 1998 a new feature film adaptation directed by Ron Howard and starring Jim Carrey as the iconic Christmas grump was announced, ensuring a very different Grinch would lodge itself in the memories of a younger generation.Like Martin Scorsese, Francis Ford Coppola, and James Cameron, actor-turned-director Howard began his career behind the camera under the tutelage of Roger Corman. But soon enough, Howard s earnest, old-fashioned, unobtrusive filmmaking became his calling card, with movies like Cocoon, Willow, and Splash. His talent for world-building and his ability to make audiences fall for his characters turned him into a powerhouse director and producer across multiple genres, and both skills would prove invaluable in his adaptation of the Dr. Seuss tale.Howard’s How the Grinch Stole Christmas divided critics upon its release 20 years ago today, but it went on to become the sixth highest-grossing film of 2000. Audiences were met with a frenetic, bombastic version of a story they were already acquainted with, and, well, if they were expecting something akin to what Howard pulled off with Tom Hanks in Apollo 13, they were sure to be disappointed and possibly confused. But taken on its own merits, the film is a worthy expansion of the source material that features great performances and tackles still-relevant themes. How the Grinch Stole Christmas deserves to be recognized as one of the best modern Christmas movies and one of Ron Howard s most overlooked films.It Gave the Grinch and Cindy Lou Who Important BackstoriesIn what is perhaps the biggest departure from the original story, Ron Howard’s Grinch makes the Whos the antagonists and shows how their unchecked vanity created their biggest “monster.” In this version, it is Cindy Lou Who’s (Taylor Momsen) kindness and empathy that not only turns the Grinch into a mensch, but also turns the entire town of Whoville away from their obsessively capitalistic ideals.The Grinch’s new backstory as a kid who was bullied out of Whoville gives us a reason to root for him and helps establish that maybe the Whos do deserve his Yuletide scorn after all. Cindy Lou learns through some spiffy documentarian investigating that the Grinch was ostracized for looking different and thinking differently (and for being in love with the Who that grew up to be Christine Baranski). As a result, he became cynical and resentful, locking himself away from a world that rejected him.The film is a little clumsy in its attempt to be a story about “the other” – a shame, since there is something to the idea of how capitalistic societies tend to ignore and cast out their most vulnerable – but it’s executed well enough to be effective. Howard’s interpretation turned the Grinch into someone we could care about, a tragic victim of the Whos selfish and obsessive natures, which makes for a more interesting take on the classic tale.It s a Clear Critique of Hyper-Consumerist CultureWhen Dr. Seuss wrote the original story in 1957, he was expressing his disdain for the consumer-focused direction Christmas seemed to have taken at the time; Howard clearly wanted to show that things hadn t changed all that much since then. The 90s were a time of angst and excess; with this adaptation, Howard created something that was more familiar in theory to the wasteful world audiences were living in at the turn of the millennium. There are even jokes about how the Grinch collects most of the gifts the Whos toss out after Christmas every year.Speaking of which, we see the townsfolk fret and obsess obnoxiously over everything Christmas-related, from mailing gifts on time to competing for Best Christmas Light Display (shout-out to Molly Shannon in her small role here as Betty Lou Who, A+ suburban mom). After the Grinch’s mischievous Jubilation rampage, we even see a Who offering to sell another clearly distressed man a hat rather than attempt to help him. Their mayor, Augustus Maywho (Jeffrey Tambor), is even more useless; he sets the example with zero compassion for his citizens in a time of need. It’s no wonder Cindy Lou is concerned that her fellow Whos might have lost sight of what Christmas is really about. The Whos aren t just antagonistic; their unsatisfied thirst for material possessions makes them blind to their own faults.Aesthetically, How the Grinch Stole Christmas is Baz Luhrmann-meets-Joel Schumacher, and it’s both wonderfully bonkers and thematically appropriate. Ron Howard and production designer Michael Corenblith crafted a world that felt lived in despite its over-the-top features and made it easy to escape into in a way remarkably reminiscent of what Howard did in Willow. It s a significant departure from holiday films of the time, which were almost too-wholesome, too-perfect depictions of the holidays. No shade on Home Alone, but the chaotic energy that this new Grinch brought to the holiday scene was bold and attuned with the excess that accompanies consumeristic greed.Jim Carrey and Taylor Momsen Are Perfectly Cast Against Each Other(Photo by ©Universal courtesy Everett Collection)Speaking of chaotic energy, it was an inspired choice to cast Jim Carrey. This Grinch has curious interior design instincts, an appetite for glass, and a penchant for the absurdly gross. Carrey seamlessly steps into the role and fully owns its hysteria. When the Grinch grapples with whether he has time in his oh-so-busy schedule to step outside the safety of his home, let alone decide what to wear if he chose to attend the Whos’ Jubilation ceremony, it’s a relatable and hilarious moment that only works thanks to Carrey’s gloriously manic performance.But Carrey gets to show a smidge of his dramatic acting chops here, too, in one of the film’s most heartbreaking scenes. When we return from the flashback to the Grinch’s childhood, the grown-up Grinch gazes down at Whoville, clearly hurting from the trauma of his past. The scene lasts only a brief moment, but it s effective enough to secure our empathy (even if Roger Ebert vehemently disagreed).The dawn of the new millennium was a post-angst, post-meta time, and How the Grinch Stole Christmas features an unusual amount of existentialism that makes it highly relatable to millennials. Who didn’t shed a tear at Cindy Lou Who’s power ballad Where Are You Christmas? Written by Mariah Carey (yes, that Mariah Carey), the film’s composer James Horner, and Will Jennings, the song is performed by Taylor Momsen in a scene that’s a little high on the cheese factor, but is really effective in expressing Cindy Lou’s sorrow over the seeming death of the true Christmas spirit. (All while wistfully looking out her bedroom window, no less.)Beyond that, Momsen’s Cindy Lou is a spunky and unlikely Christmas crusader, and she s a perfect foil to Jim Carrey’s intense energy. There is a warmth to her performance that is as comforting as hot chocolate on a cold winter day, and it’s palpable the moment we meet her holding a hilariously oversized bundle of gifts for her dad. With her earnest portrayal of Cindy Lou Who, Momsen holds her own and grounds the film whenever Carrey s Grinch threatens to send it too far off the rails.It s Frenetic Because It Has to Be, and It WorksWhen the film was released, the majority of critics pointed out that its tonal inconsistencies and overly meta jokes seemed out of place and made for a jarring experience. These are valid points; the film is oddly concerned with the very adult lives of the Whos and, in particular, the breathy, sensual presence of Martha May Whovier (Baranski, who knew exactly how to play the role).Without its hyper pacing, though, the film’s satire doesn’t quite land. Next to Jim Carrey s delivery of spastic, hee-haw humor, a stilted, sedated Whoville just doesn t make sense and wouldn t inspire any sympathy for the Grinch in a way that would stand apart from the 1966 TV special. Ron Howard knew this and deployed a splashy, flamboyant directorial style, turning the Whos into bombastic, self-absorbed creatures every bit as preposterous as the Grinch himself and teetering between campy excess and surprisingly dark pathos. From the moment James Horner’s score chimes in and Anthony Hopkins begins his narration, Howard chaotically blends Dr. Seuss’ iconic poetry and illustrations with surreal, heightened creations meant to remind us that this is as much a fantasy as it is a reflection of our own reality.The commentary is sometimes overshadowed by the film s candy-colored distractions, but it s there, and it only works because of the choices Howard made. For decades, he has been a reliable storyteller of a certain vision of America (for better or worse), and in How the Grinch Stole Christmas, he boldly stepped away from that vision to critique it. It was a risk that paid off, and the film remains both a whimsical piece of holiday entertainment and a reminder of what makes the season a cause for celebration. Only a Grinch would argue otherwise.How the Grinch Stole Christmas was released in theaters on November 17, 2000.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
因为手游代理行业的发展,现在要做手游代理的话,是需要我们和各个手游联运平台去合作,通过和平台签订合同就能够获得平台上所有游戏的授权,而平台则是通过和各个厂商对接获得各种游戏的联运权限进行整合,对于代理而言,现在可以选择的游戏变多了,推广的玩家人群覆盖面变广了,流程相对变得简单了,这也是为什么说现在的手游代理门槛以及成本都变低了的原因。
简析:由于黑球没有特殊用途,手游外服玩家没有任何必要再保留同名三胞胎球员。而除非网易宣布废除球色,并且废除黑球兑换精选和突破传奇的玩法,否则就算手游国服也要废除3换1,也应当趁没废除时多囤积黑球和升黑的金球。
它是卷中卷的产物,但作为该公司的第一个手游都能到这种程度,已经够给与掌声了,放在海外就是拳打脚踢小朋友的水平。所以运营海外市场,说不定有奇效。
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(Photo by Neilson Barnard/Getty Images)Alan Silvestri has composed the music for 17 of Robert Zemeckis movies, which sounds like a perpetual golden ticket to Oscar glory. Instead, Silvestri has only been nominated once for Best Original Score: for 1994 s Forrest Gump, which fell to The Lion King. Silvestri will have to take cold comfort in the fact his scores are among the most beloved and remembered in contemporary movie history, a body of work including the Back to the Future trilogy, Predator, The Polar Express, and now the Avengers theme.He entered the Marvel Cinematic Universe scoring Captain America: The First Avenger, returning a year later for 2012 s The Avengers, introducing a now iconic theme that has carried into Age of Ultron, Infinity War, and now Endgame. With the dust settling on the MCU s blockbuster emotion-wringer, Silvestri spoke on the origins of the Avengers theme, the temptation of using themes for every superhero, and his favorite Endgame musical moment.Spoiler warning for Avengers: Endgame!Alex Vo for Rotten Tomatoes: What were the origins of the Avengers theme? When did you start working on it, and when did you know you had it?Alan Silvestri: I had done Captain America for Marvel and got a call from Kevin Feige and Joss Whedon about Avengers. And they were very interested in exploring some possibility of [what] would become the Avengers theme. Time went on and I started to work my way into the film. When the mission is something like [coming up] with an overall theme, I try to find some place in the film that is going to be the quintessential spot where whatever the theme is, it s going to have to work here.I wound up going to that place in the film where they re all gathered and they re in the midst of this battle, and it s right after Banner arrives on a motorcycle. And it was such an interesting place in that film because these folks are in the middle of this big battle and it s all terrible and dangerous. All of a sudden they re in the town square, shoulder to shoulder, and nobody s moving. They re just literally posing. And it was the iconic Marvel still of the Avengers. And so the theme, whatever it was going to be, had to really carry that moment and help. I knew it had to be something heroic. Long, heroic, brass-filled notes in this melody, but we were also in the middle of this battle. So we needed to keep the energy up. So there s this string ostinato that that keeps the sense of drive. One thing led to another and that that s what came out, and it has lived on through the Avengers films, which has been fantastic.(Photo by Marvel Studios)Rotten Tomatoes: Iconic superhero themes usually serve one person, like Batman or Superman. What was the challenge in scoring a group?Silvestri: We talked early on in Avengers, and we also revisited the conversation in Infinity War and Endgame, about how you actually approach the characters thematically. Or how you don t approach them. I mean, clearly the Avengers experiment had to do with this collection of superheroes now fighting together as a team. And so, the conversation would come up: Are we going to really play a theme for each of the individuals and then have an Avengers theme or not? Certainly in Endgame, because of the sheer number of characters, we felt like the music had to hold things together and unify the film, and that if every one of these characters had their own signature themes, it could wind up doing just the opposite and become too distracting and fragmented.So again, the theme had to work for the collective, for the Avengers as a group, even though we did some call outs in all the films to some specific characters. Natasha had her bit of a theme in the original Avengers. Thanos clearly had his theme in Infinity War and Endgame. We tried to view the film musically from the point of view of the group. And the other interesting thing we found: With the Avengers theme, a little goes a long way. It’s a very simple, identifiable piece of thematic material, and you can abuse it just as easily as you can use it. So we knew we had to be very judicious in when and how we used the theme.Rotten Tomatoes: The actors don t get the full script for these movies. At what point are you brought in the process, especially for Infinity War and Endgame? Do you know all the story beats ahead of time?Silvestri: Yeah, I actually do. I actually know everything, and I have everything as it s being recorded. I have to be looking at the entire arc of the film all the time. Otherwise you really couldn t have the kind of overview, a sensibility that the score has to really bring to the film.Rotten Tomatoes: There’s an Endgame track called “The How Works” which I think is vital to the movie: It plays as the movie sells to the audience it s going all-in on time travel. Then the song has a flute rendition of the Avengers theme. Then it goes into crime jazz, a heist theme. Are there any limitations on where you can go on these movies?Silvestri: No, and I think that s one of the fun parts of the letting the movie take you to where it wants to go. And it s one of the nice things about having a simple, identifiable theme: It can be dressed in many, many different ways. And Marvel is known for having fun and for having humor in their films. And you used the word: heist. We just knew that we would have some fun with those traditional sounding, caper-type movies. And yet, our theme had to travel along with those kinds of settings. So we re using bongo drums and flutes and triangles and all of these rhythms. And it s kind of like a spy movie, but at the same time we have our Avengers theme being there. So we had a lot of fun.Rotten Tomatoes: Due to the emotional nature of Endgame, there were a lot of soft moments: Tony floating in space, Cap seeing Peggy, or Tony giving Cap his shield back, which uses a reprise of The First Avenger theme. Did you find there were more opportunities for the music to breathe in Endgame compared to Infinity War or the other Avengers?Silvestri: I think absolutely. I think that was really what Endgame was going to be about. It was going to be about resolution of 21 films worth of characters. It’s why the film was as long as it was. I think that the Russo brothers knew, and the writers knew, that it was going to take some time to resolve these relationships. Hawkeye and Natasha, Tony and Pepper… So there was a lot more air and a lot of these quiet scenes. Even with a scene like Thor and his mother. Just spectacular emotional moments. And so it was an opportunity, in what at face value would be considered a big action superhero film, to have a lot of quiet emotional places for music. And for the performances of the actors as well.(Photo by Marvel Studios)Rotten Tomatoes: Infinity War s fallen reappearing on the battlefield is going to be a defining image for a generation of moviegoers. How did you approach “Portals” for this?Silvestri: “Portals” was one of those scenes that the filmmakers identified early on as being a key moment, and potentially an historic moment in the entire Marvel universe. There were a number of different approaches that we took. And it took us a little while get a sense of what was really happening there. Again, you have that temptation with the reveal of all of these magnificent historic Marvel characters, there s this temptation to kind of become too segmented, and for every entrance to be doing something special and something different. And the more we worked on it and tried that actually, we saw that it just really wasn t working. It needed to be seen with much more of an overview and much more of a celebratory and promising sensibility, [rather than], “Here s this one and here s this one, and now this one.” The audience understands that.But the overriding emotion is, “Look what s happening. They re all coming, we re seeing them all, they re all coming back. They ve all come back to life.” So it wound up with much more of an overview. And then [we used a] new theme there because there was really nothing else that was gonna really take care of it. And it s one of those pieces where it s the same theme repeated a number of times, keys changing, getting bigger and more grand. And we knew that at the end of all this, we had to really set up the original Avengers theme after Cap delivers that amazing Avengers assemble line, which he almost whispers. Then we come in full bore with the original Avengers theme when the charge begins. So it took a while for us to find what would be the most satisfying approach. And I think we finally arrived at something that s working pretty well.Rotten Tomatoes: Do you have a favorite musical moment from Endgame?Silvestri: Well, I think that that almost falls into the category of which is your favorite child. It was interesting when I was early on working on the film. There’s the end of the film when Tony has left us and we have now maybe five or six minutes, with basically everyone who s been in the Marvel films attending the ceremony. That was a very challenging place, wondering what am I going to do for that. It needed to have a sense of reverence, a sense of gravity, yet it had to have a sense of beauty and promise and resolution. It was almost too terrifying to go there and work on it. I was working on the cue in the beginning of the film when Tony s stranded in space and finishes his message to Pepper. He puts his jacket on and he lies down, and there s just a very kind of simple, electronic, single instrument playing this theme that carries us from there, through Tony being put in the chair by Nebula.When I found that, I somehow knew that that was going to be the key to that amazing ceremony at the end of the film. And we never hear that again until the end of the film. But it was one of those things that was so great when I found it, to know that I don t have to be as terrified of the end of the movie now because I think I may have found a key in the very first reel. So that was very exciting to be sure.(Photo by Marvel Studios)Rotten Tomatoes: Before we go, I have to tell you: Even before I knew I was doing this interview, I re-watched Flight of the Navigator a few days ago.Silvestri: Wow! Haha!Rotten Tomatoes: It made me realize your theme was the first piece of music I connected with on an emotional level. I must’ve been 6 or 7. Thank you for that. Do you have any particular memories or stories from that movie?Silvestri: I remember I did that all electronically. And that I think was really driven by the budget for the the film. And I just have to say it s wonderful for you to say nice things about that, because every time I do a film I try to do the best I can. And I ve done a tremendous range of films and some people would say, “Well, that wasn t the best film you ever did,” and “Why did you do that?” and “Why did you do this film?” Clearly, Flight of the Navigator was a well-made film. But it was not a big budget film. It was very sweet, charming. I can only say I m trying to do the same job there as I was trying to do on Endgame, from the point of view of doing the best I can with what I m doing today.

沙巴体育365网址 As more and more people are compelled to practice social distancing and encouraged to stay home, as movie theaters temporarily shutter their doors, and as studios continue to pull their scheduled 2020 films off the release calendar, we ve decided to reformat the Critics Consensus column to focus on titles that are newly available on the home entertainment market. With that in mind, our list of digital and streming new releases this week includes a political satire written and directed by Jon Stewart, a big man/little girl comedy, and a musical spoof. See below for details.

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