ue globetrotting adventure that has taken us from medieval Denmark to Iceland, the Mediterranean, and now all the way to the Silk Road.Along the way we have met many characters, and lost even more. From disease, to honorable battle, to horrible torture, Vikings has sent dozens of characters to Valhalla. Below, we’ve compiled a few of the bloodiest and most impactful moments in the show’s history so you can rank your favorites. Which bloody moment do you think is best? Rank our picks below!RELATED: Vikings Star Katheryn Winnick Says Goodbye to TV’s Most Brutal Seriesbob官方地址去年年底风靡全球的使命召唤手游上线了，相信不少的玩家都和我一样迫不及待的下载并且开始体验了。不得不说大制作的游戏就是不一样，优秀的建模，栩栩如生的画质，让我们的等待没有白辜负，并且受万众期待的CODM就是不一样，让那些曾经只能在电脑上出现的高清制作如今在手机上也可以随时随地的战斗起来。
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The Big Bang Theory star Johnny Galecki is teaming with TBBT writer Anthony Del Broccolo for The Squad, an NBC comedy about esports. The show, which has a script order from the network, revolves around the friendships among a group of people who used to feel like outsiders, until they bonded over their mutual love of esports. So … TBBT set in the world of esports? (THR)Comedy Central and All Things Comedy are producing a documentary about the late comedian Patrice O’Neal. Bill Burr, Al Madrigal, and O’Neal’s fiancée Von Decarlo are among the executive producers of the project, which will explore O’Neal’s life and sometimes controversial material. O’Neal died after a stroke in 2011 at the age of 41.Monica Lewinski will executive produce an HBO Max documentary called 15 Minutes of Shame, about the “public shaming epidemic in our culture.” The anti-bullying activist and Bill Clinton impeachment figure will also appear in the documentary, along with project director, former Catfish co-host Max Joseph.House of Cards creator Beau Willimon is teaming with Slut: The Play writer Katie Cappiello to adapt the 2013 play as a Netflix teen drama called Grand Army. The series has a 10-episode order, and will revolve around five students at the largest high school in Brooklyn as they tackle sexual, racial, and economic issues. Odessa A zion (Fam), Maliq Johnson (When They See Us), Amir Bageria (Degrassi: Next Class), Odley Jean (Her Story Uncut), and Slut: The Play actress Amalia Yoo star in the series, which debuts in 2020.Elizabeth Banks is a producer on another potential NBC series, the workplace drama Mavenhood. The story, which has a script commitment at the network, is about a group of social media entrepreneurs whose company is in jeopardy when someone threatens to reveal their dark secrets – and their not-so-Instagrammable real lives. (Deadline)HBO Max will be the host of Amy Schumer’s documentary Expecting Amy, about Schumer’s difficult pregnancy, including multiple hospitalizations, which coincided with a comedy tour she embarked on to prepare for a stand-up special. Expecting Amy will be edited by Alexander Hammer, who edited Beyoncé’s Homecoming.WeWork, the troubled workspace company, will be the subject of a documentary by Business Insider and Campfire, the company behind the Netflix documentary The Innocent Man. Based on reporting by Business Insider, the doc will include details on WeWork’s dramatic downfall, IPO fail, frat-boy culture, and controversial leader Adam Neumann. (THR)(Photo by Steve Granitz/WireImage)Amy Poehler will get serious with her newest project, the thriller The Mother-in-Law. Poehler is executive producer of the series, which is based on Sally Hepworth’s novel of the same name, about a woman’s complicated relationship with her in-laws, which ends with a suspicious death and the spilling of family secrets. Hepworth is also an EP on the project which was given a pilot order at NBC.Oscar nominee and Emmy winner Michael Mann will direct the pilot of HBO Max’s drama Tokyo Vice. Starring Ansel Elgort and Ken Watanabe, the 10-episode series is based on investigative journalist Jake Adelstein’s 2009 memoir about becoming the first American journalist on the crime beat at one of the largest newspapers in Japan, which led to him being embedded with the Tokyo Vice police squad to reveal corruption.The cast of The Facts of Life is reuniting, but not to play their Peekskill characters. Kim Fields, Mindy Cohn, Nancy McKeon, and Lisa Whelchel will co-star in the Lifetime original holiday movie Light Up My Christmas. Fields is an executive producer on the fact-based movie about a woman who helps the citizens in her hometown embrace the
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(Photo by 20th Century Fox/courtesy Everett Collection)All Die Hard Movies, Ranked By TomatometerJust how influential was 1988 s Die Hard? For a good solid decade afterwards, action movies were pitched and sold as Die Hard on a something, like Die Hard on a bus, or in a football stadium, or in a dirigible. The movie seemed to re-invent and immediately perfect the action formula, with detective John McClane as the guy who s simultaneously in way over his head and always one step ahead of the bad guy, brought to life by Bruce Willis with a steely glint in the eye, and cynical everyman wit and humor. (Die Hard also turned Nakatomi Plaza into a Los Angeles tourist attraction, in reality 20th Century Fox s headquarters situated right next to their studio lot, so you can imagine the cost-savings for the company when it got taken over by terrorist scum. Thanks, Hans.)The sequels have had their ups and downs, sending John to the nation s capital (Die Hard 2), Russia (A Good Day to Die Hard), and twice to his old stomping grounds in New York (Die Hard With a Vengeance, Live Free or Die Hard). And now we ve taken the entire franchise to rank all Die Hard movies. Yippee-ki-yay, Tomatometers!
nic Black Panther leader he portrayed in Judas and the Black Messiah, Kaluuya finished by sneaking in a cheeky line: We gotta celebrate life, man. We re breathing, we re walking. It s incredible My mom and my dad, they had sex. It s amazing! Cut to Kaluuya s sister burying her face in her hands and his mother, confused at what she d just heard, mouthing, What is he talking about? Daniel, you rascal, you.Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom Makeup and Hairstyling Team Makes HistoryThe team behind the hair and makeup for Netflix’s Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom already made history before Sunday night, with Mia Nel and Jameika Wilson the first Black women to be nominated in the category. Their win now makes them the first Black women to win for the category; their colleague, Sergio Lopez-Rivera, became the first Hispanic/Latino person to win for Makeup and Hairstyling. Accepting the award, Neal said, “I can picture Black trans women standing up here. And Asian sisters. And our Latina sisters. And indigenous women I know that one day it won’t be unusual or groundbreaking, it will just be normal.”Chloé Zhao Gives the Night s Most Uplifting Acceptance SpeechChloé Zhao made history on Sunday night as the first Asian woman to win Best Director at the Oscars, which was fittingly announced by last year s winner, Bong Joon-ho, who narrated a thoughtful introduction to the category featuring quotes from all the Best Director nominees. But Zhao also gave arguably the most poignant, inspiring speech of the evening, explaining how she motivates herself to keep going when things become difficult. She recounted her childhood in China, when she and her father would recite classic Chinese poems and try to finish each other s sentences. The poem she holds most dear begins, People at birth are inherently good, and Zhao continued on to describe how that philosophy has influenced her throughout her life. She finished by holding her statuette and saying, This is for anyone who has the faith and the courage to hold on to the goodness in themselves, and to hold on to the goodness in each other, no matter how difficult it is to do that. Amen to that.“I’m luckier than you”: Minari’s Yuh-jung Youn Becomes First South Korean Woman to Win Best Supporting Actress, Steals Night With SpeechKorean actress Yuh-jung Youn, who steals much of the moving family drama Minari as an unconventional grandmother, almost stole the whole night with her historic win for Best Supporting Actress. Not only did the win make Youn the first South Korean woman to take out the category – and only the second Asian woman, after Miyoshi Umeki in 1957 – but the veteran accepted the honor in style, with a speech that had the room – and social media – in stitches. In just a few minutes, she flirted with Brad Pitt, who’d handed her the statuette; forgave everyone in Hollywood who’d mispronounced her name; and revealed she doesn’t believe in competition and only won the award over competition like Glenn Close, because “I’m luckier than you.” She finished by thanking her sons, because… they were the reason she had to go out and work.Questlove s Oscar Trivia Results in Glenn Close Doin Da Butt Late in the evening, right after H.E.R. received the Academy Award for Best Song, the Oscar program took an unexpected, unprecedented detour to play something of a parlor game hosted by the night s DJ, Questlove. Lil Rel Howery grabbed a microphone and wandered through the audience looking for willing participants who were asked to guess whether a song played by Questlove was a previous Oscar nominee, Oscar winner, or neither. After engaging Best Actress nominee Andra Day (The United States vs. Billie Holiday) and Best Supporting Actor winner Daniel Kaluuya (Judas and the Black Messiah), Howery approached Best Actress nominee Glenn Close as Questlove spun the 1988 E.U. hit Da Butt, featured in Spike Lee s School Daze, quipping That s not fair to Glenn Close. She don t know nothing about doin Da Butt.' Of course, Close immediately responded not only with the correct song title, but who sang it, where they were from, and what movie it was featured in, noting that my friends at the Oscars missed it, and it wasn t nominated. The capper, though? With some encouragement from Howery, Close stood up from her booth, proceeded to do Da Butt, and immediately set social media afire. Whether or not the whole stunt was scripted or, to some, unbelievably cringey it was one of the few spirited moments to be found in an otherwise quiet, intimate night.What were your biggest highlights of the night? Tell us in the comments. Are you as obsessed with awards as we are? Check out our Awards Leaderboard for 2020/21.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
Just when you thought that the DC Extended Universe was sunk, that not even Wonder Woman could save it, here comes Aquaman. With Jason Momoa reprising his role as the Atlantean superhero, James Wan’s partly underwater adventure is a blast, according to the first wave of critical reactions flooding social media. It’s apparently nuts in a good way, with spectacular visuals, and you’re going to want to see it in theaters.Here’s what the critics are saying:So Aquaman is good?Aquaman is a buckwild movie… it’s completely unafraid to just go for it. Meg Downey, CBRIt’s unabashedly melodramatic and over the top with the largest, most ambitious sense of scale imaginable. Germain Lussier, io9Wait, those are good things?It’s so inherently bonkers that you’d have to be an utter killjoy to not get caught up in it. Jim Vejvoda, IGN MoviesJames Wan has made an unapologetically bold superhero flick, mixing adventure and fantasy elements with stunning visual effects. Carly Lane, SyFy WireIt’s a good adventure movie that acknowledges exactly what it is from the start, which is a meal made almost entirely of ham. Spencer Perry, ComingSoon.net(Photo by Warner Bros.)So it s fun, then?Goofy in spots, but it s rollicking fun. Sean O Connell, CinemaBlendIt’s at its best when it’s having fun and not taking itself too seriously. Peter Sciretta, SlashfilmAmbitious, campy and so much fun. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentHow does it look?Aquaman is breathtakingly beautiful. Andrew Dyce, ScreenRantJames Wan and company put a lot of care into designing this corner of the DCEU. Atlantis looks gorgeous. Mike Cecchini, Den of GeekIt is a relentless visual spectacle that knows what it is and doesn’t hold back. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentWhere does it rank among DC movies?Aquaman is the best DC movie since The Dark Knight. Tom Jorgensen, IGN Movies2nd best DCU movie. YEEEAAHH! Germain Lussier, io9It’s definitely one of the best DC Universe movies thus far. Dorian Parks, Geeks of Color(Photo by Warner Bros.)What does this film do for the DCEU?It s another step in the right direction for the DCEU and shows how different/distinct the tones of these movies can be while still existing together. Mike Cecchini, Den of GeekA great step for the DCEU. Eric Eisenberg, CinemaBlendWB should be handing the DCEU reins to James Wan, he s proven he can, ahem, right the ship. Tom Jorgensen, IGN MoviesHow is Jason Momoa?It [has] a great hero arc/performance from Jason Momoa. Eric Eisenberg, CinemaBlend[Has] a terrific lead in Jason Momoa (who s clearly having the time of his life). Carly Lane, SyFy WireAnd his chemistry with Amber Heard?Jason Momoa and Amber Heard are fantastic together, both bringing a ton of humor. Jimmy O, JoBlo s Movie EmporiumAmber Heard and Jason Momoa are great together. They bounce off each other with such ease. Scott Menzel, We Live Entertainment(Photo by Warner Bros.)Does it have a villain problem?Black Manta is great villain that comic book fans will love. Peter Sciretta, SlashfilmBlack Manta was a dope villain and his suit looked incredible. I just wish he got a bit more love. Dorian Parks, Geeks of ColorDescribe the movie in a nutshell.Feels like a Marvel phase one movie, in a good way. Peter Sciretta, SlashfilmImagine 80s Schwarzenegger starring in Hideo Kojima’s Avatar and you re most of the way there. Andrew Dyce, ScreenRantAquaman is like an 80s cartoon, with all of the fun and the problems that come with that. Spencer Perry, ComingSoon.netDid it surprise you?Aquaman is better than expected. Peter Sciretta, SlashfilmAgainst all odds, I really dug Aquaman, which offers thrills chills and a whole lotta adventure for the whole family!” . Scott Wampler, Birth.Movies.Death.It was exactly what I was hoping for and I can t wait to see it again! Jenna Busch, Legion of Leia(Photo by Warner Bros.)Does it get better as it goes?Second half s one cheer/laugh after another. Andrew Dyce, ScreenRantThird act battle that doesn’t devolve into the typical comic book movie blah trap, and is surprisingly ambitious. Peter Sciretta, SlashfilmAre there no complaints?Parts of it are kind of bad but they are not the majority and, oddly, still fit in with the cartoony tone. Germain Lussier, io9A lot of the aspects I didn’t like can probably be traced back to decisions Snyder made that were inherited by Wan. Peter Sciretta, SlashfilmIt s flawed, but fun. Mike Rougeau, GameSpotSeriously, though, it s good?It’s one terrific adventure. Jimmy O, JoBlo s Movie EmporiumAn absolute blast. Jenna Busch, Legion of LeiaAquaman opens everywhere on December 21.
The Fallen: Posters Confirm Shuri Did Not Survive the SnapWith the posters featuring lost characters in black and white, Marvel introduces a new term for those lost moments after the Snap – the Fallen. It’s a handy term, if one often used in supernatural films and television shows to categorize those who went to war against Heaven. But within the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it boils down a mouthful into one word.The Fallen include headliners like Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman) and Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch), supporting characters like Bucky (Sebastian Stan), Falcon (Anthony Mackie), the entire Pym/Van Dyne family, Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson), Maria Hill (Cobie Smulders) and Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen). Additionally, all of the Guardians of the Galaxy except Rocket (Bradley Cooper), and Spider-Man (Tom Holland) were also lost in the Snap.(Photo by @ Marvel Studios, @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)The Fallen also includes three people featured on the new character posters who fell prior to Thanos s quick-fingered coup de grace: Loki (Tom Hiddleston), Vision (Paul Bettany), and Gamora (Zoe Saldana). The latter’s death was always significant as Thanos threw her off a cliff to get the Soul Stone – and presumably she will haunt him on his garden planet. Loki’s death, however, felt far from final as he cheats death all the time. Maybe he will be the first of the Fallen (heh) to return. And Vision? Well, he is going to be part of that Disney+ limited series with Scarlet Witch, so his resurrection also seems assured.The list of the Fallen has remained pretty consistent since last Spring, but the character posters finally confirmed Shuri (Letitia Wright) went into the dust with her brother. Many suspected this was the case when her photo appeared in a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it moment in the first Endgame trailer, leading to months of speculation. But with the poster, her death is confirmed. We imagine fans will need some time to process this.The Survivors: Valkyrie, Pepper Confirmed SurvivorsBy keeping the Fallen in black and white and the survivors in color, Marvel also confirmed a handful of characters whose status was unknown until Tuesday. Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson), Wong (Benedict Wong), Pepper Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow), and Happy Hogan (Jon Favreau) all survived the Snap. They join Captain America (Chris Evans), Black Widow (Scarlet Johansson), Okoye (Danai Gurira), Rocket, War Machine (Don Cheadle), Thor (Chris Hemsworth), Scott Lang (Paul Rudd), Nebula (Karen Gillan), Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.), Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo), Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner), and Carol Danvers (Brie Larson) as those facing a universe with such terrible losses and determining a way to undo Thanos’s ultimate act.When we last saw Wong, he was headed back to the Sanctum Sanctorum to defend it should any members of the Black Order head there. Over the past year, we’ve joked that he made the smartest choice by high-tailing it out of the movie and it seems his decision proved to be a wise one. It remains to be seen how the Avengers may approach Wong or how his understanding of the mystic arts will aid them, but it’s safe to presume the survivors will tackle the Thanos problem from all angles – including ones they may have previously dismissed as so much hokum.(Photo by @ Marvel Studios, @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Valkyrie, meanwhile, adds another number to the powerhouse squad with Thor, Carol, and the Hulk (should he decide to come out of hiding). When we last saw her, she was with Thor aboard the Asgardian refugee ship. Since she managed to survive both Thanos’s attack on the vessel and the Snap, we’re going to assume she helped the few remaining Asgardians – there are a few left, right? – find shelter. If that mission is complete, it is likely she will join Thor in a search for a solution. Or, knowing her, she took it upon herself to figure out some way of revenging after a few stiff drinks.Also, we imagine the already burgeoning corps of Valkyrie/Carol shippers are quaking at the possibility the two will share some screen time in Endgame.Considering Favreau’s decision to leave the creative aspects of the Marvel Universe behind, it is always nice to see Happy survive where other support characters have literally bitten the dust. Then again, we knew his long-term survival was assured thanks to his appearance in the Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer. But since we’re assuming most of the Fallen will return during the events of Endgame, it was only a question of whether or not he was lost in the Snap. And while everyone assumed Pepper’s survival because of Tony’s message to her in both Endgame trailers, the poster is proof positive she is alive. You can bet she will pour as much of Stark Industries resources as she can muster into rebuilding the world and helping the Avengers.Others Whose Fates Are Still Unknown(Photo by @ Marvel Studios, @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)The posters also offer a reliable guess as to who among the Fallen we might see in Endgame – a Wasp (Evangeline Lilly) poster certainly suggests she will appear – but there are a few characters who are notable by their absence on posters and their still unknown status going into Endgame.As we always thought it was possible for Luis (Michael Peña) to knock out Thanos with one punch, his status intrigues us the most. Although, he is just one member of the Ant-Man family we want clarification on. Did Cassie (Abby Ryder Fortson) survive? Considering online rumors insist an older, time-traveling Cassie will feature in Endgame, keeping her fate obscured may be part of Marvel’s plan. And what of Maggie (Judy Greer), Paxton (Bobby Cannavale), Kurt (David Dastmalchian), Dr. Foster (Laurence Fishburne), and Ava (Hannah John-Kamen)? Sure, they may not factor into Endgame beyond motivating Scott to make for the Avengers HQ, but clarity is always appreciated.Others unaccounted for include General Ross (William Hurt), Aunt May (Marisa Tomei), Peter’s classmates, Maria and Monica Rambeau (Lashana Lynch and Akira Akbar), and Howard the Duck.Of course, it still remains to be seen how the survivors will avenge the Fallen. But will they remain Fallen by the time Endgame concludes? Or will there be new Fallen to mourn?Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
bob官方地址 (Photo by (c) Touchstone courtesy Everett Collection)On November 19th, 2004, the world was introduced to National Treasure, a PG-rated yarn about a guy named Benjamin Franklin Gates (Nicolas Cage), his “man in a van” Riley (Justin Bartha), and a sorta-kidnapped archivist named Abigail (Diane Kruger) hunting down a fabled Templar treasure. The 131-minute movie was a wonderful breath of fresh throwback air that was unapologetically dorky, stuffed with earnest “aha” moments, and totally cool with readily available bowls of lemons.The Jon Turtletaub (Cool Runnings, While You Were Sleeping, The Meg)-directed movie made 3 million domestically and 7 million at the worldwide box office (0 and 2 million when accounting for inflation), and in 2007 was followed up by the 1 million dollar-grossing National Treasure: Book of Secrets. Sadly, there was no Ottendorf cipher that led to an intricate map that helped conclude the trilogy when lemon juice was squirted on it. Because of this, we’re left with only two big-budget original movies that countless history teachers undoubtedly show their students when they need a nap.Fifteen years later, National Treasure is still a delight that we’ll watch whenever it’s on (and it’s on all the time), and in honor of its anniversary we’re providing five reasons why it’s so unforgettable.1. IT TELLS AN ORIGINAL, PG-RATED STORY THE WHOLE FAMILY CAN ENJOY(Photo by (c) Touchstone courtesy Everett Collection)When National Treasure was released in late 2004, it pulled in an impressive million in its opening weekend and quickly became Nicolas Cage’s highest domestic-grossing live-action film (until the 2007 sequel). It also received an A- CinemaScore and earned a 76% Audience Score on RT, and it was regarded as a “four quadrant” film that brought in adults, families, couples, and the all-important 18- to 24-year-olds who were drawn in by the treasure hunt plot. Produced by Jerry Bruckheimer (Pirates of the Carribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, Con Air), National Treasure went on to lead the box office for three weekends and was the highest-grossing movie for 20 straight days.The fact that a PG-rated Disney movie that wasn’t a sequel, a remake, an animated film, or a theme park ride made 3 million domestically is super impressive. In the 21st century, only a select group of original PG-rated movies, like Night at the Museum, The Greatest Showman, and My Big Fat Greek Wedding, managed to clear the 0 million mark.Critics may not have appreciated it at the time (it s at 46% on the Tomatometer), but parents, teenagers, Nicolas Cage fans, and history buffs showed up in droves to watch a movie that never stopped long enough to get boring, dropped “Weird Al” Yankovic references, and featured characters using smarts and deductive logic to defeat a small army of well-armed but not-too-bright thugs. National Treasure must have seemed like an early Christmas gift for people who wanted to avoid cynical holiday movies like Surviving Christmas and Christmas With the Kranks.2. IT S UNABASHEDLY DORKY AND LOTS OF FUN BECAUSE OF IT(Photo by (c) Touchstone courtesy Everett Collection)National Treasure may not be historically accurate, but its earnest tone and unabashed dorkery made it lots of fun. When Gates says, “I’m going to steal the declaration of independence,” he kicks off a rip-roaring treasure hunt that embraces absurdity and probably made a lot of people think twice about touching certain numbers on keypads (you know the moment). Benjamin Gates is nowhere as cool as Indiana Jones or Lara Croft, and he doesn’t care. He simply wants to fulfill his family legacy, prevent bad guys from getting their hands on ancient treasure, and go on a spending spree at an expensive clothing retailer with money he stole from his father Patrick (an immensely likable Jon Voight).The big thrills don’t come during the chase scenes that feature speeding food trucks, they happen during the goofy mental gymnastics the characters undertake to move from one plot point to the next. One of the best moments occurs when Riley (the ostensible sidekick) recognizes the key to a clue before Gates does; hearing him say “I know something about history that you don t know. Hold on one second; let me just take in this moment,” never ceases to make us smile.And in the end, how do Gates and crew get rid of the baddie Ian Howe (Sean Bean) and his henchmen? They spin a yarn and send them off after a red herring while they locate the real treasure. No punches are thrown, no stuffed bunnies are harmed, and most importantly, there are zero crystal skulls. The nice guys win, the bad guys are eventually arrested, and the gang live happily ever after as millionaires after they share their multi-billion-dollar discovery with the world.3. NICOLAS CAGE’S ENTHUSIASM IS CONTAGIOUS (Photo by (c) Touchstone courtesy Everett Collection)National Treasure and its sequel work because of Nicolas Cage’s enthusiastic portrayal of a treasure hunter who is smarter than everyone else and knows way too much about the security systems at the Library of Congress — and its preservation room. In the beginning of the film, when he finds the Charlotte, a legendary boat in the middle of the arctic (it’s explained brilliantly by Riley), he is momentarily stymied. However, after an intense moment spent talking to himself, he comes to the correct answer (it was iron, it was firm, it was resolved, it is the Declaration of Independence!). Sure, the moment is silly, and yes, those “aha” moments continue to come fast and heavy thereafter. However, with Cage at the forefront, you don’t mind. He makes you feel like the meerschaum pipe he finds inside the Charlotte, for example, is the coolest thing ever, and you legitimately appreciate “the intricacy of the scrollwork on the stem.”Cage still loves the character, and recently on his press tour for Primal, he said he’d love to revisit Ben
Movies Leaving Netflix at the End of August 2020 The original Karate Kid trilogy, '90s classics, and Certified Fresh flicks are blasting off: Watch them while you still can! by RT Staff | August 25, 2020 | Comments Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle (2018) 53% In 2016, Disney released a live action/CGI hybrid remake of The Jungle Book, a musical adventure based on the Rudyard Kipling book of the same name, and it was a runaway success. Even before that film went into production, however, Warner Bros. had already begun development on their own adaptation of Kipling s book, with Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett, Benedict Cumberbatch, and Naomie Harris lending their voices to the animal characters and Andy Serkis, who voices Mowgli s bear friend Baloo, at the helm as director. The end result is Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle, a decidedly darker take on the source material that follows a young boy raised by wolves who must decide whether to remain in the jungle or return to civilization. The film opens in a handful of theaters this week, with an eventual release on Netflix next Friday, and according to critics, its move to the streaming platform may have been a strategic one by Warner Bros. While Serkis passion for the project is clear and the A-list cast is reliably effective, critics say Mowgli suffers from comparisons to the Disney film, both in the quality of its special effects and in the consistency of its tone, and the final product is a messy if ambitious misfire.
bob官方地址 Sophie-Marie Prime for Rotten Tomatoes: How did you become involved with Wayne, and what made you want to be a part of it?Reese: Sean [Simmons] created this show. He grew up in Brockton, Massachusetts, which is sort of an “other side of the tracks” kind of place. He was inspired to write a spec pilot based on a little bit of his background and watching kids in Brockton who were real tough who would get beat up by groups of bigger kids, but not back down.Wernick: You know, scripts end up on our desks quite often. This one really jumped off the page. Sean had such a distinctive voice, and that s really what you look for. There s so much out there that kind of feels the same, and it feels predictable, and this one you just — it was a page turner. It was kind of a perfect mix of tones for us, and fit into “brand,” if we were to have one, Rhett and I. We jumped at the chance to be involved.(Photo by YouTube Premium)RT: How would you describe the tone of the show, in comparison to your other projects, like Deadpool and Zombieland?Wernick: I think it s very similar. It s in and out of different tones, and it s a delicate dance. But real life, it bounces in and out of different tones; sometimes you re laughing, and sometimes you re crying, and sometimes you re getting your ass kicked, and sometimes you re kicking ass. That s real life.Heart is a big thing with all our projects. I think it s something that we try and mine because if you can get people to feel — if you can ideally get people to cry in the same episode that they re laughing — it s a pretty great accomplishment. And we think Sean, as brilliant as he is, has kind of captured that in a way that s really difficult to capture.