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hth华体会体育采用百度引擎7(Baidu 7)随着科技的发展,很多东西都能通过手机去实现,人们的生活离不开手机,手游更是非常受欢迎,不管是在工作累了小息一会,还是在假期躺在床上,沙发上的时候,亦或是在旅途中,大家总是不自觉地打开手机,玩一会游戏,有了手游的陪伴旅途也就不那么孤单了。也随着手游的发展,手游的代理商是很赚钱的,但是你对手游发行行业了解有多少呢?

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最近手游明日方舟出了这么一个事儿,五一正逢这个游戏二周年周年庆,原定时间下午四点开服,结果因为服务器问题大部分玩家四点没登上去。 而在最关心的玩法方面,可以说是五花八门的。《魔力宝贝觉醒》手游更是不忘情怀,将那些在法兰城中挥洒热血的时光,重新带进了手游之中,更是在向玩家昭示着当年数亿玩家同时在线的盛况。仿佛让玩家们重回法兰城时代,感受青春与热血之歌。魔力宝贝觉醒保留了端游中的许多经典玩法,就比如之前颇受好评的宠物系统。
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(Photo by DC Universe)Click her to see the full image in a new tab.DC Universe turned up the heat at WonderCon on Friday with a slew of updates about their exclusive originals, including revealing the first official look at Stargirl from Berlanti Productions and Mad Ghost Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television. (See the full photo below.)Brec Bassinger appears in the series as Courtney Whitmore, aka Stargirl. The show will debut early 2020 on DC Universe, with character creator Geoff Johns serving as showrunner.DC also announced that  James Wan and Len Wiseman are among the producers to bring the  famously grotesque and cosmic book Swamp Thing to life, with a focus on Abby Arcane as she investigates a pathogen derived from a Louisiana swamp and what she finds lurking beneath/within/a part of that primordial soup. The series will debut May 31.Titans will return for a second season in fall 2019. Recent casting announcements have unveiled an exciting slate of characters for season 2, including Joshua Orpin as Conner Kent (aka Superboy); Esai Morales as Slade Wilson (aka Deathstroke); Chella Man as Joseph Wilson (aka Jericho) and Chelsea Zhang as Rose Wilson (aka the Ravager).Animated series Harley Quinn will premiere later in the fall season, following Titans.Before that, expect to see Krypton unveil its season 2 premiere in the summer on Syfy. If you re not caught up yet, season 1 will be available on DC Universe on Friday, April 5.If you believe in truth and are also a big fan of justice, check out the 11th Justice League animated movie, Justice League vs. The Fatal Five on April 16 on the streaming service, which will see as the 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD release the same day.Finally, Young Justice: Outsiders returns July 2 to finish the rest of the season.hth华体会体育所以,LOL手游更像是老玩家的狂欢,他们终于可以摆脱王者,玩上原汁原味的英雄联盟手游了,王者玩家也能继续玩着手感更好,皮肤更酷炫的王者荣耀,大家河水不犯井水。

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最近几年全球的手游市场都飞速扩大,不只国内就连国外的好多游戏厂商都开始涉足移动领域,育碧、EA等等不胜枚举,而动视暴雪更最大发力,先是暴雪和网易合作推出了《暗黑破坏神:不朽》等手游,而动视这边则与腾讯合作,将《使命召唤》搬上了手机。

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0.45.8 7月喜迎Joel Meares for Rotten Tomatoes: Early in the film a number of people being interviewed talk about how wonderful it is to live in Australia, and then pivot with a “but…” to talk about the issue of race at the heart of the story. And you seem to say something similar: “It’s the best country on earth, but…” I think that’s something people living everywhere can relate to – The Australian Dream, the American dream. It is, and that s what so hard, right? Because for the last two years of my career, for two hours every week, I d be faced with this onslaught of booing. I lived in an apartment in Bondi with my fiancé at the time, living a great life, going to the beach every day, cafes – lifestyle couldn t be more perfect. But for two hours every week, I just dreaded going home to that football field and being subjected to what was happening.Now, having been retired and not being subjected to that, it s still a great country, but I still see what happens to my relatives. I still see what happens to Indigenous people, and I can t just say, Hey, I m OK with that because I ve made it.” I still want to be able to make a difference and have a voice to create an environment now, for the future, which is better. Because I ve got a little daughter that is going to have to grow up in this environment. I think that my role as a father and as a person who’s got a bit of a platform is to help continue the conversation and try and make a better environment for her and others to grow up in.Is that why you did the film? Because watching it, there was a part of me that was thinking, Damn, why is he putting himself through this again? Yeah, I think the biggest thing for me was, even when I retired, is that I don t think people still understood the situation: Why I, as an Indigenous person, was saying the things that I was saying, was representing my people in the way that I was; why, after learning our history of our country, I was having the stance that I was having. And I think what people are realizing now, after watching The Australian Dream, is they go, “Oh, I get it now. This is what s happened to Indigenous people. I never knew about it. They re now helping educate me. I can see now why, when people call you an ape, that is a racial comment that s been used for hundreds and hundreds of years across the world to say to you that you re no more than an animal, less than human.” They start to understand a little bit better. Whereas, if I was to just come out to the media again and do public speaking, people aren t really going to hear or understand the reason behind it, so I feel a documentary was the best platform to have that first comment back to the Australian public around why I am who I am, why I stand up for the values I have. Hopefully that helps them understand the journey that I m on.The film has already been released in Australia, where it’s renewed interest around the booing incident and Indigenous-white relations again. But you’re looking for international distribution now and I m curious, do you think it’s a uniquely Australian story or one that will connect globally?We re already seeing that people are connecting in America – at Telluride last week and here in Toronto – with the story. These are people of color, these are white people, who understand that in any country that has minorities, those minorities are going through racial tensions and issues. For me, this movie is a story of what happens to anyone who s being colonized, it s what happens to any Indigenous people who have been moved off their land or that have had to face the disadvantages of people coming to their country, and whether they have sovereignty or treaty or land rights – all of those things come into play in our documentary. People can connect to those issues. Here in Toronto, they connect with Indigenous people here, and I think in America they can connect with what happened with Colin Kaepernick and myself. So I think people connect in different ways to the documentary. I think people who have had racial tensions themselves can connect with things that have happened to them, and it can be quite emotional seeing and feeling for other people, the empathy you feel with watching me and others go through that.It s clear that a lot of people who already agree with the basic sentiments are likely going to see this movie. But watching I was wondering who you felt the key audience, the most important audience, for it was – and then how you get it in front of them? And are you optimistic it will have an impact – and optimistic generally about race relations in Australia? I think the biggest thing for me is huge optimism. I wouldn t be making this documentary if I didn t think it would help or I didn t know that the work this documentary would do post-cinema release, whether it be through a distributor like Netflix, or played through our schooling system [in Australia]. That s where it can make a massive impact and can make a massive difference for me. Yes, it would be incredible for it to be successful in the cinemas, to be picked up by Netflix – all tick, tick, tick. But how do you make sure everyone watches it? My optimism lies with the youth. I m not gonna lie, they re the future of our country. They re gonna look back on us in 20 years time and go, What the hell were we thinking? Why have we not got an Indigenous voice to Parliament? Why aren t Indigenous people part of our Constitution? All these things, we re so stupid. Why don t we just get it done? Unfortunately, I know it s going to take time, and I m OK with that. I m now part of things that are more proactive and supportive of Indigenous people who want to be successful, whether it be in business or around education. They re the spaces where I know I can make my biggest difference and where I m focusing that time.Thumbnail image: Dominik Magdziak Photography/WireImage, © Marvel Studios/© Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, © 20th Century Fox, © Columbia Pictures, Becker EntertainmentThe Australian Dream is currently in Australian theaters. It is awaiting distribution in the U.S. and internationally.
(Photo by Disney+/Lucasfilm Ltd.)Speaking of the child (we re letting go of the capitalization now that he has a name), we learned some key details about his past. He was raised in the Jedi Temple on Coruscant and began his training sometime before or during the Clone Wars. Hidden after the fall of the Old Republic, his memories of the ensuing two decades become hazy.This new intel rewrites our perception of Grogu as he is not quite the infant we assumed him to be. Although younglings were brought to the Order very early in their lives — Ahsoka herself was only 3 when she began training — the longevity of Yoda s species led us to believe Grogu, at age 50, was still, essentially, a newborn. But if the Jedi deemed him old enough to be trained, he has some understanding of the wider galaxy and his place in it.We also think he plays up the childlike innocence as a defense mechanism, much like Ahsoka s suggestion that he hides his powers in order to survive.Back on the rumor front, Dawson was long associated with Ahsoka and this proved to be correct. Biehn, meanwhile, ended up playing a far more minor figure than anyone guessed. Although, we noticed the initial reports of his involvement indicated he would play a bounty hunter. A merc is not far off from that, so those early reports were also more or less true; that said, we would ve liked to see him in a more pivotal role.With the conclusion of this episode, nearly all the credible rumors have been resolved and just about everything anticipated about the season has come to pass. It means next week s episode will be something fresh and surprising. Although, we wonder if the season s established pace means another detour before reaching Tython. As it happens, the planet is nestled in the Deep Core, so it will take the Razor Crest some time to get there.Questions for the Jedi(Photo by John Wilson/© Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)While we ponder how lightspeed travel will affect the pace of the show, there are some other questions to consider. Now that the Jedi have invaded The Mandalorian, it is time to wonder about some other key Star Wars characters.Where is Sabine Wren? Is she still looking for Ezra or did she find him? If things went poorly, is she also on the hunt for Thrawn? And, perhaps more importantly, will Djarin s journey bring him into contact with her? Presumably, she ll want to be part of the Bo-Katan s liberation force. Provided Sabine is still alive, of course.Has Ahsoka Reached Out to Luke Skywalker? While we re happy to never have a Skywalker appear on The Mandalorian, one would think Ahsoka would reach out to him and offer some guidance in rebuilding the Order. Then again, considering how disastrously Luke s attempt to rebuild the Jedi will go, maybe their conversation was ill-fated. He may be the Jedi she alluded to in her parting words with Djarin, but his track record suggests he is not the person to teach Grogu.Is Ezra Fated To Teach Grogu? Considering The Mandalorian wanders in Dave Filoni s quadrant of the galaxy, it is possible Ezra is best suited to aid the child. He may also be one of the Jedi Ahsoka mentioned and his journey to become one — chronicled in Rebels — makes him a far better candidate than Luke. Granted, we always prefer Jedi with more shades of gray to their philosophy than the absolutism Luke was taught. Also, we re assuming Grogu will want to be a Jedi. The visit to Tython may show him a different Way to follow.Is Grogu Related to Yoda? Now that we know he was in the Jedi Temple, the question must be asked. Considering how rare examples of Yoda s species seem to be — Ahoska apparently never met Jedi Master Yaddle, who left the council before the Clone Wars — a direct relationship between Grogu and Yoda is likely. Also, the longevity of the species and their high midi-chlorian counts suggest they may be more directly tied to the will of the Force than anyone suspects. Once again, we look to Tython with the hope its connection to the Force will shed more light on The Mandalorian s mysteries.The Mandalorian releases new episodes each Friday on Disney+.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
(Photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic)For many years, the Super Bowl halftime show was treated pretty much like halftime at any other football game you might go to, only on a bigger scale — which is to say that while there was entertainment, it wasn t necessarily the type of thing you d go out of your way to watch. Before the NFL had to worry about counter-programming, halftime basically meant marching bands — a tradition that s continued into modern-day games, albeit with a good deal more spectacle (and platinum pop stars) included as part of the package. With Super Bowl LV looming large over the upcoming weekend — and a performance from headliner The Weeknd — we take a look back at the evolution of the Super Bowl halftime show, beginning with the 1970s.Up with PeopleThe Super Bowl s early halftime shows were dominated by marching bands, but they had some competition — most significantly courtesy of Up with People, the multi-cultural performance troupe that sprung out of the Moral Re-Armament movement of the 60s. Between 1976 and 1986, Up with People performed during four halftime shows, and added a fifth performance to their list with an appearance during the pre-game show for Super Bowl XXV in 1991. Trends have long since passed Up with People by, but they ll forever remain a fascinating footnote in Super Bowl history.Super Bowl XXIPerformers: By the time Up with People made their final halftime show appearance in 1986, it was clear the troupe was perceived as silly and old-fashioned. Naturally, the NFL went younger and hipper the following year by hiring George Burns and Mickey Rooney to topline the halftime entertainment for a salute to Hollywood s 100th anniversary, which featured the Grambling and USC marching bands, some high school drill teams, and a handful of Disney characters. Audience demographics were obviously not yet a key concern for the league.Critical Response: There s no denying that Burns and Rooney were a pair of Hollywood legends, but this halftime show was a spectacle past its prime when it aired, and it s widely derided today as one of the Super Bowl s worst.Verdict: RottenSuper Bowl XXIIPerformers: Radio City Music Hall served as the producer for Super Bowl XXII s halftime show, hiring Chubby Checker to perform with the Rockettes and the marching bands for San Diego State University and USC. Although Checker was enjoying something of a comeback at the time, thanks to his appearance with the Fat Boys on a cover of his signature hit The Twist, this show didn t exactly have its finger on the pulse of a generation.Critical Response: Describing a show that contained 44 Rockettes, 88 pianos, a 400-piece swing band and a jowly Chubby Checker, high atop a make-believe jukebox, singing the famous 1960s aria, Let s Twist Again, Like We Did Last Summer,' the Los Angeles Times snarked, the musicale represented the quiet, understated good taste that has become the hallmark of the Super Bowl. Verdict: RottenSuper Bowl XXIIIPerformers: Give the NFL this much: when you name a show Be Bop Bamboozled in 3-D, you re pretty much telling people up front what they can expect to get. Super Bowl XXIII s halftime entertainment was led by Elvis Presto, the nom de guerre adopted by a former Solid Gold dancer turned Elvis impersonator, and included 3D footage (viewable with glasses obtained courtesy of a tie-in promotion with Diet Coke) and what was billed as the world s biggest card trick. Critical Response: It was all meant to be very tongue-in-cheek. It’s all very much a lampoon, laughed producer Dan Witk

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After eight mostly Fresh seasons and a 100% Fresh movie in 2017, Psych has just released another film, Psych 2: Lassie Come Home. The new movie is available on the new streaming service Peacock along with the rest of the Psych catalog. And if you re a fan of the show, or the kind of hardcore fan known as a  Psych-O, Rotten Tomatoes has teamed up with one of the show s stars, Dulé Hill, to bring you five other five other detective buddy-comedy titles worth checking out. Trust us, you ll be er psyched.Recommended: The Best Original Shows and Movies on PeacockRecommended: The Best Movies Available on Peacock
So it wasn’t even close. The legend of John Wick only grew this weekend when it took the presumption of a tight battle for the top spot and turned it into a franchise growth that Lionsgate can be proud of. The Endgame crowd delivered a bit less than expected this weekend but with Wick’s foot firmly on the pedal this weekend, the Avengers never had a chance. King of the Crop: John Wick Unleashed With Million Debut(Photo by Summit Entertainment)Since 2016, Lionsgate has only had two films open over million (one of them being John Wick: Chapter Two) and another five open over million. They also have not had a 0 million grosser since Wonder in 2017 and only had one movie (Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family Funeral) gross a total higher than what John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum made this weekend: million and another million internationally. Not bad for a film series with humble beginnings whose original film grossed all of million domestic. JW3 is the second-highest 3-day opening of Keanu Reeves’ career. While The Matrix Reloaded is the highest with .7 million, the third chapter of that notable series (The Matrix Revolutions) opened on Wednesday and had .8 million in its first three days and a first weekend of .4 million. This is a success story all around for the actor, the studio and the filmmakers.Rotten Returns: The Sun Sets On WB As Star Joins Weakest Wide Openings(Photo by Warner Bros. / courtesy Everett Collection)There is no other way to describe The Sun Is Also A Star’s numbers this week than rotten. Warner Bros. did not seem to do much for the film marketing-wise and only got the film released in 2,073 theaters. That is the lowest wide launch for the studio since 2012’s Cloud Atlas opened in 2,008 theaters. The .6 million estimate for Sun ranks down there with Almost Heroes (.83 million), Lucky You (.71), Grind (.51), The Adventures of Pluto Nash (.18), Major League: Back to the Minors (.08) and the Zac Efron DJ film, We Are Your Friends (.76) for WB lows on films opening in over 2,000 theaters.The Top Ten And Beyond: Endgame Still Eyeing The All-Time Record(Photo by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures / © Marvel Studios / courtesy Everett Collection)So where is Avengers: Endgame after four weeks? At 0 million it is now officially the second-highest grossing film of all-time both domestically. Worldwide, it sits at .61 billion still chasing down Avatar’s .78 billion with just 3 million to go. However it has fallen off of The Force Awakens’ pace by million and all of a sudden falling back to just the 11th best fourth weekend of all-time, it is pretty guaranteed at this point that J.J. Abrams’ film will remain the all-time domestic champion.Pokemon Detective Pikachu finds itself on similar ground with Hotel Transylvania 3 which had .7 million after its second weekend of wide release. Adam Sandler’s animated sequel made .7 million that weekend while the Pikachu made .8 million and stands at million. That suggests the 0 million production is headed somewhere around 7 million domestic. It has made 6 million worldwide to date.The rest of the Top Ten is a sad place. Not just with dogs dying over and over in A Dog’s Journey, but the numbers for the sequel are just not up to Universal’s expectations. They had a surprise little hit with A Dog’s Purpose which opened to .2 million in January 2017 and finished with .5 million domestic and 5 million worldwide. Journey opened to just million and is going to have to stretch hard to reach million. Maybe even million. And it just gets more depressing from there. Any movie making more than the Certified Fresh bomb Long Shot on this list has been critically reviled, like STX’s double failure of UglyDolls (.2 million/30%) and Poms ( million/32%). And for the third straight week The Intruder ( million/29%) managed to beat the Charlize Theron/Seth Rogen comedy. Looks as if The Hustle (.1 million/15%) is going to outgross it too.This Time Last Year: Deadpool Continued The Summer Superhero Dominance(Photo by 20th Century Fox Film Corp. All rights reserved./courtesy Everett Collection)Audiences substituted one group of superheroes for another when Deadpool 2 took over the top spot from the Avengers with a 5.5 million start. Avengers: Infinity War fell to second place and was just short of 0 million. Book Club started much better than Poms did last week, opening in third with .5 million. Finally, the controversial family film, Show Dogs, opened to just million and was later edited to remove its offensive take on consent. The Top Ten films grossed an impressive 0.4 million but they averaged a dismal 50.4% on the Tomatometer. This year’s Top Ten grossed an estimated 1.8 million and averaged 53.4%.On the Vine: Disney Tries To Avoid Another Dumbo Will Booksmart’s Critical Support Be Enough?(Photo by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures / courtesy Everett Collection)Disney hopes to avoid another Memorial Day disappointment with their second live-action remake of 2019 with Aladdin. Can Will Smith replace the memory of Robin Williams or will the film go the way of Dumbo? Meanwhile, James Gunn is producing the bizarro Superman tale, Brightburn, a horror film about an intergalactic child using his powers for evil. Finally there is Olivia Wilde’s directorial debut, Booksmart, which drew raves at SXSW this year (still a perfect 100% on the Tomatometer). But can the already struggling United Artists Releasing partnership between Annapurna, MGM and Orion successfully get the word out or will this be doomed to discovery after it leaves theaters?The Full Top 10: May 17-19John Wick: Chapter 3 -- Parabellum (2019) 89% – .02 million (.02 million total)Avengers: Endgame (2019) 94% – .41 million (0.80 million total)Pokémon Detective Pikachu (2019) 68% – .81 million (.00 million total)A Dog's Journey (2019) 51% – .00 million (.00 million total)The Hustle (2019) 14% – .08 million (.14 million total)The Intruder (2019) 33% – .02 million (.05 million total)Long Shot (2019) 81% – .40 million (.7 million total)The Sun Is Also a Star (2019) 52% – .60 million (.60 million total)Poms (2019) 36% – .09 million (.01 million total)UglyDolls (2019) 28% – .60 million (.24 million total)
【模拟帝国】是一款玩家模拟经营帝国的手游,玩家在游戏中扮演一个古代文明的君主,建设和发展自己的国家,甚至还有带兵打仗的玩法。
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hth华体会体育 (Photo by FOX, Walt Disney Pictures, Kyle Kaplan / Amazon / courtesy Everett Collection)“Know Your Critic” is a column in which we interview Tomatometer-approved critics about their screening and reviewing habits, pet peeves, and personal favorites.Emily VanDerWerff got started as a critic by covering Battlestar Galactica episodically. She’d created a blog with the intention of writing for and about television, and caught her break when an editor – Matt Zoller Seitz, now Editor-at-Large for RogerEbert.com – invited her to join The House Next Door’s roster. Now, she’s several years into her role as a critic for Vox and continues that legacy of boosting up-and-coming voices. She also wants you to know that she’s currently without a cellphone. Emily VanDerWerff doesn t have a phone,” she told Rotten Tomatoes in an interview. “It makes her life difficult, but she feels compelled to bring it up at every instance. In addition to her criticism, Emily has produced several podcasts. She launched TV on the Internet with her wife, IndieWire’s TV Awards Editor Libby Hill; she currently hosts Vox’s What to Watch podcast; and she is the co-creator of Arden, a fictionalized spin on the beloved true crime genre. She says working on Arden has made her ”weirdly gun shy about being a critic.” Not because she’s afraid to be critical – criticism is fundamentally “an act of love” for her – but because writing a fiction series has given her new perspective on narrative decision-making.“The choices we make are so often deliberate choices that we are making to achieve a certain effect. Maybe you don t agree with that effect, but that doesn t mean the choice was wrong,” she said. “Similarly, the choices we re making are sometimes driven by lack of budget, lack of actor availability, lack of everything and sometimes, I m disappointed with the way things turned out too, but there was a reason that happened and now I know the reason.”Emily VanDerWerff is Critic at Large at Vox. Her reviews can also be found at AV Club and Slant Magazine. Find her on Twitter: @emilyvdw.What was the first movie that you saw when returning to theaters?Oh, oh, oh, I know this one! They started doing press screenings again and the first movie I saw was A Quiet Place Part II, which I thought was pretty good. The lights dimmed, the movie started and it took me about a half-hour to have a complaint because I was just like, I m having a great time.” There are things in that movie that make no sense whatsoever! There s an attempt to add emotional resonance to stuff that I don t think entirely works. There s zombie people living on a boat, but it s never quite explained, which is fine. I just was like, It s so good to be back. The actual thing where I feel like maybe I was a little easy on a movie – though, I m not ever going to apologize for this because I had a blast watching it – was a couple of days later I saw Cruella and it was just like, I m having the time of my life just sitting here and watching Emma Stone stomp on people. When you re watching things at home, do you have a screening ritual?My ritual is I don t have a ritual. I do have a ritual when I go to the movies. The Alamo Drafthouse here in Downtown LA – I go there and I get a popcorn and I get a Coke Zero and I watch the trailers and, usually, I get chicken strips and that s about as close as I come.What is the best thing that you watched in quarantine?The Underground Railroad. I think this is the best TV show in a long time and I am just blown away by it, and I hope that more people discover it over the years to come. I watched Neon Genesis Evangelion toward the tail end of quarantine, and that is just one of the best things. It s so weird and complicated and beautiful and strange.I rewatched all of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine with some friends and … What a fun show? Like, what a good show? It s always been my favorite Star Trek and this rewatch just kind of solidified that.(Photo by Hulu)What are you most proud of in your career so far?If you were going to ask me one or two pieces, I d probably point to my Handmaid s Tale season three review, which I came out as a trans woman. I feel like my recent Underground Railroad review was a really great attempt to wrestle with some stuff within the form.What I m proudest of is the stable of collaborators I ve built. This is the thing I feel like if I want people to take anything away from my time in journalism and my time in criticism that they re not taking away from it. What we did at The A.V. Club, we helped build a team of freelancers. We built a team of writers. We built a team of regular contributors that substantially changed the scope of the Someone just came in and threw a salad on the floor! Make that your lead, “Emily VanDerWerff s wife enters and throws a salad on the floor.” [laughs]… The thing that we did at The A.V. Club is we built this team of regular collaborators, regular writers and substantially shifted. … It s been similarly true at Vox. I continue to try to figure out: Who s new? Who s up and coming? Whose writing do I really like? Then, I try to work with them whenever I can. That s the thing I m proudest of. I say that sometimes and people think of me as a writer because I write a lot, but I am, honestly, proud of some of my editorial managerial achievements and choices.What is the hardest review or piece you ve written so far?That Handmaid s Tale piece. I went through many drafts. I don t struggle with reviews, generally. I usually sit down and have a sense of what I want to say. So yeah, I think it s probably the Handmaid s Tale review because it was a question of striking exactly the right balance and understanding how much to talk about Handmaid s Tale and how much to talk about myself, and how to blend those two things together.If television isn t some part of a queer person s coming out, are they really queer?This is true.That’s a joke based on my experience.I spent most of my adolescence watching women on television and really identifying with them. When I was a teenager, I grew my hair like Angela on My So-Called Life and just so wanted that look and wouldn t tell myself why. I knew why, I just wouldn t look at it.One of the times when I almost came out was in 2013. I was watching New Girl, one of my favorite television programs. There s this moment where Zooey Deschanel is wearing just the cutest dress. I saw that and some part of my brain was like, Zoey Deschanel and you are around the same age. If you wanted to, you could wear that dress. She s significantly shorter than me and significantly in better shape than I was at the time, but just something zinged through my brain and I immediately shut it down because I didn t come out to myself until 2018 – it was a five-year gap in there.Television gives us new ways of imagining ourselves and consistent ways of seeing ourselves. It gives us new ways of thinking about what is possible. I think it is not a coincidence that I came out in the midst of TV deciding it was cool to tell stories about trans people, sometimes very poorly, but doing it more and more often. Seeing Laverne Cox in Orange is the New Black was a big moment for me. Transparent was a big moment for me – as many issues as that show has both in front of and behind the camera, it was a huge, huge deal for me.What s interesting has been seeing how now that I m out, I ve kind of moved past those things and I don t need them. Hollywood is still very much stuck in, If we re going to tell a story about a trans person, we d better over-explain everything. I think that s fine. The cis need to have trans-ness explained to them to some degree because it s very confusing to them apparently.Over and over again, apparently.It s important to do that, but in my own work – in Arden, we had a character who was trans in our second season. There was an episode where she did a lot of explaining about what it meant to be trans. Then, I talked with the actress about it and she was like, I don t know if we need this. I was like, “I don t know if we need it either,” so I just took it all out. There are remnants of it in there, but it s all just stuff that would have come up in normal conversation.The show assumes that you care about the character on an emotional level. You don t need to care about them on an intellectual level. You don t need to sit there and know what their dosage is every day and if they take their estrogen sublingually, or if they do a weekly injection, or if they have patches. The show assumes you don t care about that because why would you? I m not saying that we wrote the greatest trans character in history. Other people can and should say that. I am not going to say that, but I feel like we got closer to it than we would have been if we had just gone with my script where I was like, Here s how it feels to be a trans woman. We need some of that. We certainly need some of that in mainstream TV and movies – that s how we move this conversation – but we also need stuff that is a little bit more specific and weird and interesting.

【热火传奇手游】该作是使用996引擎制作的全新传奇手游,并且是火龙版本的,所以有火龙套、火龙版经典的地图、boss等元素。【热火传奇手游】所有地图爆率全开,裁决、屠龙等神装大家都可以免费刷怪爆得。除了自由交易系统之外,游戏中还支持摆摊,基本所有的材料和装备都能相互兑换。感兴趣的小伙伴赶紧来下载试试吧! (Photo by Courtesy of A24)Rotten Tomatoes’ “Essentials series will provide an in-depth look at one nominee or potential nominee from each of the major awards categories – the four acting categories, and directing – diving into their highest-rated work from both fans and critics, essential titles from their filmography, and featuring thoughts on their nominated film drawn from an extended interview. THE ACTOR: YOUN YUH-JUNG Unbothered might be the best word to describe Korean actress Youn Yuh-jung s attitude towards her first major American awards campaign. When we chatted with the veteran star, who is Oscar-nominated for her turn as an unconventional and hilarious grandmother in writer/director Lee Issac Chung s Minari, she seemed pleased but mostly unaffected by the Hollywood hype around the film her recent accolades, which total more than 50 awards for her supporting performance.  To tell you the truth, it s not that [different], she said during an extended Zoom chat, periodically pulling on an electric vape pen that would put Leonardo DiCaprio s to shame.  I approached it simply, I am myself a grandmother. It s nothing special. She certainly never saw the awards-season hoopla coming when she signed on to the film.  One of my dearest friends brought me the script – it was so very touching and authentic. After I read it, I called her back and asked, Is this based on a real-life story? She said, Yes. And I said, Okay, I ll do it.' And so it was that she joined the quiet immigrant tale, loosely based on Chung s formative years growing up on a farm in rural Arkansas, about the Yi family, led by father Jacob (Steven Yeun), which journeys from California to the South to pursue the dream of building their own farm. Of her decision to play Soonja – who is not the type of grandma the family s young son (Alan Kim) was expecting – Youn says, The people are what is important to me, not the script, not the fame, and not the money. Then she adds with a laugh: Well, not anymore. THE YOUN YUH-JUNG ESSENTIALS: HOW A CHANCE ENCOUNTER MADE A KOREAN MEGA STAR(Photo by Courtesy of IFC Films)If you ve seen her work in Minari, it s hard to believe that Youn never intended to act; her career began out of a chance encounter. Searching for a part-time job at a train station while studying at Seoul s Hanyang University, she was approached and asked to stand beside someone. He was a famous MC,  Youn recalls.  He asked if I could sit by him and hand presents to the audience. I did, and then they gave me a check for it! So that was great! She was surprised to learn how much could be made as a performer, and the next thing she knew she was going out for auditions. Then, in 1971, she was approached by director Kim Ki-young to star in what would become the second feature of his Housemaid trilogy, which had begun with 1960 s The Housemaid. The film, Woman of Fire, was, like its predecessor, a hit at home and abroad and catapulted Youn into stardom. We never expected anything like what happened. We never expected to have this world reception from the audience. When I took the job, I didn t even know he was a famous director in Korea.    She quickly followed up Woman of Fire with the title role in Jang Hui-bin, playing the infamous concubine for a Korean television mini-series that became a national phenomenon.With such a debut and streak of stellar work over 50 years, she s been dubbed The Korean Meryl Streep, a comparison she humbly rejects as unworthy praise. I wouldn t dare, Youn says. No, no, no. I mean, she s everything! Her art? Her work? No, no, no. But like the chameleon Streep, Youn has also found ways to re-invent herself over several decades, even while revisiting her older work, as she did in the 2010 Housemaid remake, a feat she quickly brushed aside with another joke: I thought that s very nice, me being in [the reboot] – and still being alive. THE COMEBACK: RECORD-BREAKING SERIES AND A DARING FILM ROLEThere was a period when Youn could not be seen on screens – when she immigrated to America in 1975, she took a 10-year hiatus from filmmaking. When she returned to full-time acting in 1985, she quickly racked up an impressive streak of television work, including Hur Jun, about 15th-century royal physician that broke viewership records with nearly 65% of the nation tuning in.Later, in 2002, she got the script for the film that would restart her silver screen work. Her role in Im Sang-soo s award-winning A Good Lawyer s Wife – full of sex and affairs and dysfunction – is the type of part actor s dream to play. Still, the then 50-ish mother of two hesitated at the time because, I wouldn t be dressed most of the film, I thought, I don t want to be half-naked with a bra. She added: But that s why most of the Korean actresses of that age turned down the role. But, to tell you the truth, I was remodeling my house, and I needed to work. Pragmatic and plain-spoken, Youn is practical about her career and its progression. I don t [map it out] ahead of time because planning things is when you know it s not going to be like that. So now I don t plan anything. If something happens, it happens, I will enjoy it; or, if I fail, that s my fault. (Photo by Courtesy of GEM Entertainment)By the time she starred in Actresses in 2009, Youn was once again one of the most recognizable faces in Korean entertainment, and the unscripted dramedy teamed her up with other premiere names of Korean stage and screen, including Kim Min-hee, who starred in Oldboy director Park Chan-wook Park’s period romantic thriller The Handmaiden. In the primarily improvised Actresses, each of the six actresses plays a fictionalized version of themselves as they prepare for a Korean Vogue photo shoot at a studio on Christmas Eve. Despite the pedigree and talent surrounding her, Youn says many of the actors felt uncomfortable with that level of improvisation and self-revelation. That was the first time we d done something like that in Korea, because we were all very famous. Some didn t want to talk about their private life but, as the oldest one, [I have] nothing to lose – so, I talked about my divorce and my private life. It is no wonder she felt okay with the mockumentary premise: A gathering over cocktails between director E J-yong, Youn, and actress Go Hyun-jung – the two actors have been friends for years – had inspired the idea for the movie, with the director wanting to show the public how charming the actresses were in real life. Spending an hour with Youn – even over Zoom and with not a cocktail in sight – we can see where the filmmaker was coming from.FAN FAVORITES: SENSE8, REALITY SHOW YOUN S KITCHEN, AND A SEXY THRILLERThe role that American audiences were most likely to know Youn for, pre-Minari, was in the Netflix series Sense8, which marked her first foray into American television. In the show, created by the Wachowski siblings, Youn played an inmate who helps one of the telepathic sensates escape from prison. She told us she was surprised to learn about the series global cult-like status and the massive internet fan campaign that prompted the streaming giant to approve one final episode to tie up loose ends when it was canceled after just two seasons. I didn t know that it was such a [big deal] until you mentioned it, Youn says. I m not good at the internet, as you could guess.”It was a small part with some big challenges: the very conceit of the show – where certain people on screen are seen in the minds of some characters, but are invisible to others – made the acting very difficult. They were supposed to be invisible to me. It was very distracting while also trying to concentrate on my lines. You wouldn t know that to watch her in the series; Youn s performance as the wise prisoner made a significant impression on fans, even within her limited screen time.Scripted television is not the only place that Youn has made an impression on the small screen; she is also somewhat of a reality TV star with two shows under her belt. A chance meeting with a famed reality show producer allowed her to join the travel show Sisters Over Flowers before she later did Youn s Kitchen, which featured different twists on traditional Korean dishes.(Photo by Courtesy of IFC films. ) The producer very sincerely chased me, but I told him I m not the right person to be in a reality show, Youn says. I m a very frank person. I would be terrible. However, recognizing that the actress s undeniable charisma is the stuff reality shows are made of, he did not take no for an answer. “We kept meeting each other, and then he kept saying You re going to do the show.’ I didn t realize that at the time, but if he wanted somebody, he could get them – and that s a skill. Youn s Kitchen was another success, with the cinema icon peeling back the layers of her life a bit to celebrate with friends and good food.2012 s The Taste of Money, in which she gives a deliciously evil performance as the matriarch of an über-rich family, peeled back the layers even further. A gender-bent twist on the Housemaid story, Money placed Youn s Baek Geum-ok as the domineering leader of the house and the usual female servant character reset as a handsome young male secretary. Dismissed by critics after its premiere at the Cannes Film Festival, the steamy thriller raised more than a few eyebrows with its depictions of sex, greed, and corruption, and has gone on to enjoy a cult-like status.Regardless of how critics judged Money, Youn marks it as another memorable moment for different reasons – it again allowed her to be very vulnerable on screen while playing a part typically given to male characters. Yeah, I was getting naked over 60, my goodness, she says. Usually, it is the men who get power and use that for sex, but this time it was me, a woman, and I have to say I liked that. FRESHEST WORK: STEALING SCENES IN CELEBRATED IMMIGRANT TALE, MINARI(Photo by Courtesy of a24)How does Youn feel about the current spotlight on Korean cinema, Korean stories, and – during this awards season – her work and Oscar chances? It s all Bong Joon-ho s fault! she says, laughing as she casts the Oscar-winning Parasite director as the villain who has brought global attention to Korean cinema. I am glad I m not in Korea talking to reporters there, [they] like to count the chickens before they ve hatched. There s pressure on me because people are expecting me to win something. We used to watch the Oscars like they were in another world, but because of him everyone in Korea thinks they are in Hollywood now.” I know things have happened, she went on to say, but this [holding up her Rotten Tomatoes Certified Fresh trophy with a sly smile] is the only actor award that came to me in the mail. (We re glad to know our shipping folks are on it.) When we point out that more hardware is likely coming, she gives a slight shoulder shrug and explains that nothing could ever diminish or amplify her love and connection to the film and those that collaborated with her make it.(Photo by Courtesy of a24)This bond and family-like dynamic carried over to everyone on the Minari crew, but particularly the main cast who, due to the sweltering heat, would often congregate in the set that stood in for the interior of the characters trailer home. The conditions of the shoot were a crucible – this is not a cushy trailer shoot, she says, laughing. You re in the middle of Oklahoma heat. And after one day, I thought I need to go back home. I don t think I should be shooting in America. Luckily, she stayed, in part due to an extended visit from the very friend who handed her the script in the first place – a visit that was something of a mea culpa.When Youn learned Plan B, a company co-founded by Brad Pitt, was producing the project, she figured it could be a lucrative role and inquired about the budget. Her friend relayed the rate in Korean currency, quickly calculating 200 million South Korean won (roughly 5,000), but when she learned her fee would be nowhere near that, she briefly had second thoughts. However, after the friend promised to come visit the set for an extended period of time, the idea of suffering through it seemed more palatable.In thinking back on the shoot now, she is reverential about the experience. I think of my friend sacrificing her vacation to come along with me, about hiding out in the set trailer with Alan, Steven, and Yeri [Han, who plays her daughter] – one of the few locations with ample AC. My friend is an exceptional cook, so every night we gathered at my Airbnb – everyone did – because the food was incredible, and that s how we became a family. With such a foundation behind it, it s no wonder the world – and awards voters – fallen a little bit in love with film and everyone involved, especially the unconventional grandmother at its center.Minari is in theaters and available On Demand now.Download Rotten Tomatoes printable Oscar Ballot; cast your vote in our digital Oscar ballot. On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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The documentaries at this year’s Sundance Film Festival shared stories of good versus evil, of hard work and cutting loose, of reflections on life and death, of sharing never-before-seen stories and keeping viewers informed. With so many documentaries to choose from, it can be easy to get lost in all of the options. Fortunately, if you missed the film industry’s annual trek to Park City, many of these award-winning films will soon make it to a streaming platform or screen near you.Boys State (2020) 94%(Photo by Thorsten Thielow courtesy of Sundance Institute)Distributor: Apple TV+, A24First-time director Amanda McBaine made the jump from producing to collaborate with her The Overnighters director Jesse Moss for an incisive look at U.S. politics through the eyes of young boys in Texas. The result is an astonishing documentary that examines how young people are shaping politics and how campaign strategies affect our own views – even on the scale of a boys civics camp. On awards night, Boys State won the U.S. Grand Jury Prize in its category. Jordan Raup wrote in The Film Stage, “This extraordinary portrait of a democratic process in microcosm is both a testament to how Washington, D.C. and the rest of the country could achieve bipartisanship as well as a look at what has led to such a fractured political system.”The Truffle Hunters (2020) 97%(Photo by Courtesy of Sundance Institute)Distributor: Sony Pictures ClassicsDirecting team Michael Dweck and Gregory Kershaw set their sights on Northern Italy, where a secret society of village elders and dogs protect their ritual of hunting for rare Alba Truffles from prying eyes. Although demand for the truffles is high, the group resists giving out their locations and even hunts at night to avoid detection. The documentary is at once a delightful character study and a meditation on greed versus the need to keep the tradition alive. Lee Marshall of Screen International wrote, “A slow-burn watch, The Truffle Hunters is a film as distinctive and lingering as the scent of the rare tuber that inspires it.”The Dissident (2020) 96%(Photo by Jake Swantko courtesy of Sundance Institute)Distributor: N/AOscar-winning documentarian Bryan Fogel investigates the mysteries surrounding the death of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi after he entered the Saudi Arabian consulate in Turkey and never returned to his fiancée, Hatice Cengiz. The film retraces his steps through new footage and the testimonies of those who knew him for an intimate portrait of a man whose work continues to spurn the Saudi Arabian officials who tried to silence him. Eric Kohn of Indiewire said, “Fogel assembles a sturdy compendium of talking heads to explain how Khashoggi managed to speak truth to power for so long, and why his fate reverberates for other Saudis who share his sentiments.”Mucho Mucho Amor: The Legend of Walter Mercado (2020) 100%(Photo by Giovan Cordero courtesy of Sundance Institute)Distributor: NetflixCristina Costantini and Kareem Tabsch had just finished filming their documentary about famed Puerto Rican astrologer Walter Mercado when he died in November of 2019. At the height of his fame, Mercado reached around 120 million people with his messages of love and hope – before he mysteriously went off the air in the 2000s. The result became Mucho Mucho Amor, a tribute to the man behind many sequined capes that reveals what happened to Mercado before and after his time as one of TV’s most charismatic personalities. Writing for The Wrap, Carlos Aguilar called Much Mucho Amor “a tribute as inspired and jubilant as its majestic subject, a true original.”Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets (2020) 93%(Photo by Courtesy of Sundance Institute)Distributor: N/AIn the waning months of 2016, documentarians Bill Ross IV and Turner Ross filmed the closing night of a local Las Vegas bar, capturing the patrons’ tearful goodbyes and plenty of dazed stares from one too many drinks. Only, the premise was actually a set-up: the bar is still open (and located in New Orleans), and everyone involved was instructed to behave as if the set-up were true. Nevertheless, the film is full of genuine emotions coming from normal people, blurring the lines between documentary film and traditional narrative. Amy Nicholson of Variety wrote, “It s The Bachelorette wed to The Iceman Cometh: the setup is staged, but the tears are real.”Dick Johnson Is Dead (2020) 100%(Photo by John Wakayama Carey courtesy of Sundance Institute)Distributor: NetflixWith her feature debut, Cameraperson, Kirsten Johnson emerged as one of the documentary world’s most exciting new voices. Her next project, Dick Johnson is Dead, is radically different but no less inventive, challenging the way we talk about and imagine faith, aging, death, and the afterlife. As Johnson follows her own father s struggles with memory loss, the two confront the inevitable with plenty of laughs and heartfelt moments. Nick Allen of RogerEbert.com called it “a gorgeous blend of truth and fiction, with a guiding sense of humor that allows her film to always be honest and hilarious.”On the Record (2020) 99%(Photo by Becca Haydu courtesy of Sundance Institute)Distributor: HBO MaxAlthough Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering’s documentary On the Record may have first caught the national spotlight after the departure of one of its top producers and a distributor, they bounced back at the Sundance Film Festival with a rapturous premiere screening. Their movie follows Drew Dixon as she recounts in vivid detail the night Russell Simmons assaulted her and processes the impact it eventually left on her career, wrestling with the pressure of coming forward in the wake of the #MeToo era. Her story was later painfully corroborated by several women who Simmons also harassed or assaulted. Beandrea July wrote in The Hollywood Reporter, “The overall result is an intimate look at what is at stake when rape victims decide whether or not to tell their stories.”Welcome to Chechnya (2020) 100%(Photo by Courtesy of Sundance Institute)Distributor: HBODavid France heads to closed-off Chechnya to meet the LGBTQ activists bravely combating the government-sanctioned violence against their community and helping others escape almost certain death. The documentary captures their struggle against the persecution of LGBTQ individuals and anyone seen supporting them, as the international press is shut out and the Russian government turns a blind eye to the carnage. Alonso Duralde of The Wrap called the film “a chilling examination of both the brutality that the Chechen LGBT community is forced to face on a daily basis and the difficulty of leaving the country for peace and safety.”The Painter and the Thief (2020) 96%(Photo by Barbora Kysilkova courtesy of Sundance Institute)Distributor: N/AAfter two of Barbora Kysilkova’s paintings are stolen from an art gallery in Oslo, the artist approaches one of the men accused of stealing them, Karl-Bertil Nordland, and offers to paint his portrait in the hopes of learning where her still-missing paintings may have gone. Instead, the two strike up an unlikely friendship over several years. Benjamin Ree’s The Painter and the Thief won the World Cinema Documentary Special Jury Award for Creative Storytelling at the Sundance Awards on Saturday. Esther Zuckerman said in Thrillist, “Norwegian documentary filmmaker Ree paints a remarkable portrait of two lives that become intertwined.”The Fight (2020) 99%(Photo by Sabrina Lantos courtesy of Sundance Institute)Distributor: Magnolia PicturesCo-directors Elyse Steinberg, Josh Kriegman, and Eli Despres reunite after their first project together, Weiner, to film the ongoing saga of what it’s like to be an ACLU lawyer in the Age of Trump. It’s a behind-the-scenes look at headlines and the high-stakes battles for freedom behind closed doors. The film won the U.S. Documentary Special Jury Award for Social Impact Filmmaking at the Sundance awards ceremony. Kate Erbland wrote in Indiewire, “The unfussy stuff, the human stuff, is what works best, both for The Fight and the very people it follows.”Feels Good Man (2020) 95%(Photo by Christian Bruno courtesy of Sundance Institute)Distributor: N/AFirst-time filmmaker Arthur Jones follows the riveting transformation of the viral Internet character Pepe the Frog from an innocent comic figure to a symbol for internet trolls and the far right. Pepe’s creator, Matt Furie, now wants him back, but is it too late to save the frog’s reputation on the internet? Feels Good Man explores the unruly nature of internet meme culture and reveals how few rights creators have over their creations once they’re online. Jones won the U.S. Documentary Special Jury Award for Emerging Filmmaker. Angie Han of Mashable wrote, “Jones demonstrates an insatiable curiosity about his subject, speaking with everyone from a former Trump campaign insider to a collector of Rare Pepes to an expert on the occult.”Collective (2019) 99%(Photo by Courtesy of Sundance Institute)Distributor: Magnolia PicturesAs one of the standouts in the festival’s Spotlight section, Collective remained a must-see title, as director Alexander Nanau documents the step-by-step unfolding of a tragedy with in-depth details and breathtaking footage. After a devastating fire at a night club killed many and seriously injured several dozens more, investigative reporters discovered the government blocked survivors from life-saving treatments and covered up health code violations that led to the loss of several more lives. The harrowing account raises questions about who should be held accountable, if anyone will be at all. Vikram Murthi wrote for The Film Stage, “Collective sports a procedural-like pace that keeps the information legible and the action linear. It doesn t preclude a lighthearted touch nor get bogged down in misery to underline its points.”Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

hth华体会体育 ixth place. The lowest-grossing film in August to open to at least million was 2009’s G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, a series that Dwayne Johnson was added to with G.I. Joe: Retaliation only to see it gross less than its predecessor with 2.52 million.The budget for H S was 0 million, not counting P A (prints advertising), even with a current worldwide haul of 0 million; however, this is still a series that has not grossed less than 6 million since the fourth (and worst-reviewed) film in 2009. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle was Dwayne Johnson’s only headlining film that grossed over a half-billion worldwide. Statham’s sole film in that regard was The Meg and previously had not had a starring vehicle reach 6 million globally. Maybe Vin Diesel can smile until Fast Furious 9 opens next Memorial Day weekend, which may be a true test if this series is past its peak.Fresh Surprise: Adult Fare  Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Finds an Audience(Photo by Columbia Pictures)Sony won the opportunity to be the first studio to distribute a Quentin Tarantino film in the post-Weinstein era, and it looks like it is paying off with Once Upon a Time…In Hollywood. The million production had a solid hold this weekend and is right where it wants to be: between the 10-day hauls of Django Unchained (.26 million) and Inglourious Basterds (.02 million) with .84 million. Hollywood’s second weekend (.02 million) was slightly higher than Django’s .01 and Basterds’ .30. That’s a great place to be, which could see it nestling into a 0 million–0 million haul and it has not even opened internationally yet. Again, never underestimate that DiCaprio draw, but the trifecta with Brad Pitt and Tarantino has got audiences talking and that alone is a win for Hollywood (the movie and the town.)The Top 10 and Beyond: Four Films Continue To Climb the All-Time Chart(Photo by Walt Disney Pictures)The Lion King grossed another million this weekend bringing its haul to 0 million, the ninth-best ever for a film after 17 days.Though it is also fading a little faster than some of its contemporaries. This weekend ranked as the 18th-best third weekend; though among the all-time top 30, only three dropped 50 percent or more, and they all fall under the Marvel banner (Avengers: Endgame, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Iron Man 3). This only seems to be the difference between grossing over 0 million or over 0 million domestically. Internationally, it has grossed over 4 million bringing its worldwide total to .195 billion, already good for 19th place all-time and less than 0 million away from passing Black Panther and entering the top 10, which it will do with no issue. It has also now outgrossed the 1994 animated film with its combined initial release and its 3-D re-release in 2011. Disney’s live-action remake of Aladdin has also crossed 0 million domestic and is the 38th highest–grossing film worldwide ever.Speaking of Marvel, Spider-Man: Far From Home fell just behind the pace of Sam Raimi’s 2002 kickoff. On Thursday after 31 days, Far From Home was at 2.57 million, while Raimi’s film had made 3.82 million. That is still the 30th best of all-time domestically in that timeframe; however only two films among those 29 ahead of it grossed less in their fifth weekend than Far From Home (.90 million), and they were Captain America: Civil War (.82 million) and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 (.25 million), so 0 million looks off the table. But its global haul stands at .075 billion, the 29th-highest ever.Pixar’s Toy Story 4, which crossed 0 million at home and has risen to 9 million worldwide, placing it 50th on the all-time chart. Domestically, its numbers are still really impressive. On its 40th day, just before it hit 0 million, the fourth film in the series had the 16th best-ever tally in that period. On top of that, the million it made in its seventh weekend is higher than 12 of the top 20 grossers after 40 days. After this weekend it is the 27th highest-grossing film domestically of all time.Limited Release News: The Farewell Joins Impressive Company(Photo by A24)We continue to watch the progress of Lulu Wang’s The Farewell, which is becoming the limited release story of the summer. The film has a 99% Tomatometer score after just a single negative review. In its fourth weekend, A24 expanded its release from 135 to 409 theaters, and it grossed .4 million, good enough to jump from 10th place last week to seventh place this week. To put this in context with other films in 300-500 theaters in weekend four, check out these films with the numbers representing their weekend gross, number of theaters and total gross in their first 24 days:The Hours (.64 million / 402 theaters / .33 million)Manchester by the Sea (.17 / 366 / .34)There Will Be Blood (.94 / 389 / .86)Match Point (.93 / 441 / .02)The Joy Luck Club (.83 / 340 / .97)The Favourite (.60 / 441 / .77)Boyhood (.39 / 310 / .44)Birdman (.31 / 460 / .08)The Farewell has made a total of .83 million to date. Even if some of the numbers don’t quite match up with the above titles, this is nevertheless the company Wang’s film will be mentioned in among future limited-release successes. Amazon’s million pickup of Late Night out of Sundance only grossed .3 million this summer. The Farewell should surpass that, but would need to do Manchester-type numbers to best A24’s Lady Bird. One weekend at a time, though, as audiences will continue to discover this film going forward.Julius Onah’s Luce is another limited release to watch. The film enjoyed the best per-theater average of the weekend making 2,000 in just five theaters. That’s a fifth-best PTA for Neon behind I, Tonya; Ingrid Goes West; Three Identical Strangers; and Colossal. Jennifer Kent’s The Nightingale opened in two theaters in NY and LA and grossed ,000.This Time Last Year: Pooh No Match For Ethan Hunt(Photo by Paramount Pictures)Mission: Impossible – Fallout spent its second weekend atop the charts with a .32 million haul, nearly outgrossing the next two films combined. Disney’s Christopher Robin opened in second to .58 million and The Spy Who Dumped Me placed third with .10 million. The adaptation of young adult sci-fi novel The Darkest Minds made .84 million, good enough for just eighth place. Black Panther, meanwhile, in its 25th week of release, passed the 0 million line to become the third-highest-grossing film ever at the time. Last year’s Top 10 grossed 9.73 million and averaged 70% on the Tomatometer. This year’s Top 10 averaged 75.8% with critics, and its estimated gross of 3.88 million is good enough for the ninth-best August weekend since 2000. If it can get over 3.895 million when results are released Monday it will be eighth.On the Vine: Onslaught of New Releases Hope To Take Over Half the Top 10Debbie DayFive new releases open wide next week in hopes of capturing your attention, and there appears to be something for everyone. Family audiences are going to have to decide between the big-screen, live-action version of Dora the Explorer with Dora and the Lost City of Gold and the Look Who’s Talking Now/Marley Me hopeful, The Art of Racing in the Rain, which appears to be going for every heartstring. Melissa McCarthy, Elisabeth Moss, and Tiffany Haddish go pre-Widows against the mob in The Kitchen. Horror fans get the Guillermo Del Toro–produced Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. Finally, there is Brian Banks, the true story of a rising football player who is wrongly convicted of rape.The Full Top 10: August 2-4Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw (2019) 67% – .8 million (.8 million total)The Lion King (2019) 52% – .25 million (0.89 million total)Once Upon a Time... In Hollywood (2019) 85% – .02 million (.84 million total)Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019) 90% – .76 million (0.33 million total)Toy Story 4 (2019) 97% – .15 million (0.05 million total)Yesterday (2019) 63% – .44 million (.9 million total)The Farewell (2019) 97% – .43 million (.84 million total)Crawl (2019) 83% – .15 million (.1 million total)Aladdin (2019) 57% – .01 million (0.37 million total)Annabelle Comes Home (2019) 65% – 5,000 (.58 million total)

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