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Based on the psychological horror novel by Iain Reid, I’m Thinking of Ending Things is the latest head trip from Charlie Kaufman (Synecdoche, New York), this one a Netflix Original. The first reviews of the movie are predominantly positive, but there’s a consensus that it’s not for everyone given that the filmmaker’s usual non-literal and existentialist storytelling leads to some very weird places. But even if you’re not the biggest fan of Kaufman, you might find enjoyment in the performances by leads Jessie Buckley and Jesse Plemons as a couple heading to meet his parents — as well as Toni Collette and David Thewlis as those parents — in the closest we get to a straightforward plot.Here’s what critics are saying about I’m Thinking of Ending Things:Will Charlie Kaufman fans like it?It’s Kaufman’s best film yet as a director.  James Clay, Fresh Fiction[It’s] his most tender film: his intricate flourishes are in service of something far gentler and open-hearted than any of his previous work.  Luke Gorham, In Review OnlineI m Thinking of Ending Things is by far his bleakest, so steeped in suffocating anxiety it should come with a mental health advisory.  David Rooney, Hollywood ReporterIt’s possibly Kaufman’s most challenging work yet. Whether that challenge will reward you depends on your taste and tolerance.  John Nugent, Empire MagazineI’m Thinking of Ending Things feels like both an act of self-parody for its director and also a radical departure from his previous work…it takes Kaufman’s usual fixations and turns them inside out.  David Ehrlich, IndieWireWhich of his films is it most reminiscent of?I’m Thinking of Ending Things is even stranger than Kaufman’s 2008 directing debut Synecdoche, New York. Matt Goldberg, ColliderA perfect companion piece for the physical deterioration on display in Synecdoche… [but] I’m Thinking of Ending Things is completely focused on the interior and becomes all the more terrifying and heartbreaking in its various turns. Kyle Pinion, ScreenRexHardcore Kaufman heads will get the most out of I’m Thinking of Ending Things — although I’d rate myself as a significant admirer of his work, and this left me colder than anything he’s done since Human Nature. Matt Singer, ScreenCrush(Photo by Mary Cybulski/NETFLIX © 2020)What else is it like?Feels like a spiritual mate of sorts to Amy Seimetz’s recently released She Dies Tomorrow in its means towards pondering mortality. Tomris Laffly, The PlaylistI’m Thinking of Ending Things suggests a joyless couple out of a mediocre Woody Allen film crossed with Barton Fink. Owen Gleiberman, VarietyLinklater-esque dialogue laced with Bergman-esque dread. David Ehrlich, IndieWire[It’s] as if Alejandro Jodorowsky directed Meet The Parents. John Nugent, Empire MagazineTonally and structurally, it reminds me a lot of mother!, Darren Aronofsky’s similarly phantasmagorical tale of an unhappy couple trapped in a country house. Matt Singer, ScreenCrushWill fans of the book appreciate the adaptation?Kaufman has probably made as complex and audaciously loopy a film as admirers of Reid’s novel could have desired. David Rooney, Hollywood ReporterIn adapting this generic puzzlebox setup, Kaufman demonstrates an elegance of vision elsewhere absent from his work. Luke Gorham, In Review OnlineKaufman produces a finale so close in spirit to the novel that it feels pulled from the same pages. Or at least ripped from an alternate-universe version of Reid’s book. Barry Hertz, Globe and MailViewers will probably benefit from familiarizing themselves with the source material. Hannah Woodhead, Little White LiesIf you’re trying to follow it without having read the book, it may not make a lick of sense – and even if you have, Kaufman goes in directions that Reid never did. Steve Pond, The Wrap(Photo by Mary Cybulski/NETFLIX © 2020)Does the movie work as a horror film?It’s really scary in a way that conventional scary movies really aren’t scary: insidiously disquieting and yet also somehow poignant and sad. Peter Bradshaw, Guardian[It’s] a waking nightmare — its horrors are the more mundane, existential fears of aging out of love, of relevance, of your own mind. Clint Worthington, Consequence of SoundNothing but the existential terror of our own existence… Thinking of Ending Things is awash in a sea of anxieties to drown its audience in fear and sorrow. Matt Goldberg, ColliderCharlie Kaufman, true to unique, auteur form, has crafted a story that invokes so much more than what conventional genre classification easily describes. Leigh Monson, What to WatchSo it s pretty heady?It turns out that Christopher Nolan is not the only director making long, stylish brain-teasers these days. Steve Pond, The WrapI’m Thinking of Ending Things feels less like a film about thought than it does a thought that’s been filmed. David Ehrlich, IndieWireBy the time the film’s final minutes arrive, you’ll be scratching your head and beaming with solemn understanding at the same time. Clint Worthington, Consequence of Sound(Photo by Mary Cybulski/NETFLIX © 2020)Is it maybe too weird for some viewers?The problem with I’m Thinking of Ending Things isn’t that it’s too weird, but that it’s the work of a filmmaker who keeps asking Is love possible? even when he’s stacked the deck against it. Owen Gleiberman, VarietyThe further I’m Thinking of Ending Things gets from any semblance of a recognizable reality, the less there is to care about any of the characters and what will happen to them if they ever arrive at their destination — if they even have one. Matt Singer, ScreenCrushHow are Jesse Plemons and Jessie Buckley?This is Buckley’s show, and she further cements her status as one of the gutsiest and most intuitive actors in the world. David Ehrlich, IndieWireBuckley continues her streak of grounding heavy-duty narratives with emotionally shattering interiority. Barry Hertz, Globe and MailPlemons establishes himself with this role as the heir apparent to Philip Seymour Hoffman… the tragic grandeur of his performance and the aching burden of Jake s secrets creep up on you. David Rooney, Hollywood Reporter[He’s] a first-rate actor, here suggesting the late Philip Seymour Hoffman’s tightly coiled melancholy. Michael Phillips, Chicago Tribune[He] evokes Philip Seymour Hoffman’s torment without his passion. Owen Gleiberman, Variety(Photo by Mary Cybulski/NETFLIX © 2020)And what about Toni Collette and David Thewlis as the parents?Collette and Thewlis are easily the show-stealers, swinging moods with such vicious intensity that it’s astounding that their characters feel at all cohesive. Leigh Monson, What to WatchDavid Thewlis’ buttery British accent is coupled with venomous words that rivals his performance in Mike Leigh’s Naked. James Clay, Fresh FictionThewlis delivers the best line-reading of the year while describing the temperature during his brief appearance. Hannah Woodhead, Little White LiesCollette either escapes [Kaufman’s] grasp or was unfortunately encouraged by her director to run through a gamut of tics that not-so-fondly recall her terrorized possession in Hereditary. Barry Hertz, Globe and MailWho else deserves recognition?Jay Wadley’s flurried, virtuosic score is as much of a scene-stealer as Molly Hughes’ lived-in and creaky production design. David Ehrlich, IndieWireIt’s in the editing by Robert Frazen and the cinematography by Lukasz Zal that gives the film kinetic energy to place you right in the middle of the action, it’s almost alienating. James Clay, Fresh Fiction(Photo by Mary Cybulski/NETFLIX © 2020)So is it good or bad?It exists outside the good/bad spectrum because it is a very successful at being excruciating. It is a horror film without reprieve and without answer. Matt Goldberg, ColliderOn many levels it s a bold, brilliant work… yet in many fundamental ways, the movie is frustrating; it s frequently a hard slog, as distancing as it is illuminating. David Rooney, Hollywood ReporterWith Kaufman, always, I’m willing to take the vexations along with the rewards. Michael Phillips, Chicago Tribune[It’s] a work unlike anything else you’re bound to see this year. It’s haunting and hilarious. Disturbing and captivating. It hypnotizes you like a cobra than goes in for a kiss instead of a bite. Chris Evangelista, SlashfilmWill we need to see it more than once?I suspect that many viewers will want to rewatch the film fairly quickly, to piece together the pieces of meta narrative sprinkled throughout and to make full sense of an ending that might be a bit less definitive than expected. Leigh Monson, What to WatchI felt like I would absolutely appreciate the film more if I watched it a second time, and could not fathom having the patience to sit through it again any time soon. Matt Singer, ScreenCrushI m Thinking of Ending Things premieres on Netflix on September 4.华体会登陆(Photo by © Universal)And yet, as the year went on, the performance largely failed to capture voters’ imaginations at the various guilds and other awards. This professional, middle-class character, struggling with the kinds of challenges white nominees’ characters frequently do – a crumbling marriage, growing alcohol dependency – didn’t connect. Back in 1995, Susan Sarandon was Oscar-nominated, and won, for a similar role – her character was a nun who formed a bond with a death-row inmate. Were the films in which they featured so different? Tim Robbins was an accomplished actor before he directed Dead Man Walking, but this was merely his second feature, just as Clemency was writer-director Chinonye Chukwu s sophomore film. Sarandon was riding a wave of recent nominations and industry acclaim, but it would be hard to make the case she had as much of an “it’s her time” pitch as Woodard, who’s been acting for more than 40 years and has won four Emmys in addition to her Supporting Actress Oscar nomination.Was Lupita Nyong’o’s dual turn as “Red”/Adelaide in Us that much different from Natalie Portman’s Jekyll/Hyde performance in Black Swan, hailed as a landmark and rewarded with the actress’s first Oscar? Both required physical feats to achieve – Portman s ballerina diet and training; Nyong’o’s intense vocal work – and both set the zeitgeist alight, but only one managed to bust through the genre barrier to capture voters’ attention. (Notably, Nyong o s previous Oscar win was for playing a slave who is raped and tormented in 12 Years A Slave.)Speaking of genre breakouts: Was Tiffany Haddish’s turn in Girls Trip so different from Melissa McCarthy’s in Bridesmaids? Was grapefruitin’ any less iconic than McCarthy’s airplane antics? It is all subjective, of course, but the point remains: performances in the same space, in the same types of films, seem to rarely cut through if they’re given by Black actresses. If we could mark one exception it would Whoopi Goldberg’s Oscar-winning turn in Ghost, but it s worth noting what The Color Purple actress said when she accepted the trophy in 1991: She was not the filmmakers first choice, she had to fight for the role, and it was star Patrick Swayze stating he wanted her that finally secured her the part. And she was already an Oscar-nominated actress – for playing a victim of abuse – at the time.(Photo by @Universal)What is an award-worthy performance for a Black actress? Viola Davis received her first Oscar nomination for Doubt, playing a mother whose son is abused by the Church (and her abusive husband); she got her second for playing a maid in The Help; she would win for playing a housewife in Fences. Oscar-winner Halle Berry’s character was living in abject poverty in Monster’s Ball; Regina King, who won Best Supporting Actress for playing family matriarch Sharon in If Beale Street Could Talk, was thankfully just poor. Mo’Nique played a verbally abusive mother who chose her boyfriend – who was sexually abusing her daughter – over her own child in Precious. The performance resonated so much with voters the comedienne famously didn’t even need to campaign for the award.Meanwhile, Angela Bassett campaigned to the fullest and did everything an Oscar hopeful is expected to do and still came up short when she played Tina Turner in What’s Love Got to Do With It; Pam Grier in Jackie Brown was also deemed unworthy of Oscar consideration, despite her celebrated comeback role with one of the hottest directors in Hollywood, Quentin Tarantino. Grier s is an understated role in an ensemble cast, but that didn t keep her similarly understated co-star Robert Forster from an Oscar nomination or, years later, Amy Adams from a nomination when she played a wise con-artist in American Hustle.The most accomplished Black actresses of our time – Woodard, Spencer, Cicely Tyson, Goldberg, Nyong’o, and even Oprah – all had to make a stop as a maid or slave on their way to the Oscar stage. And what of the winners? Of the nine Black women who have actually won Academy Awards, only three – Whoopi Goldberg, Jennifer Hudson, and Regina King – can boast that they broke the mold, playing in order: a con artist, a scorned singer, and mother whose son was accused of rape.(Photo by John Rasimus / Barcroft Media via Getty Images)The numbers don’t lie: A Black actress s best chance at being nominated for and winning an Oscar lies in playing a maid or a slave – and, at the very least, making a mark as a maid or slave before moving to a different Oscar-winning role. Is that progress? Meanwhile, the road to Oscar victory for some non-Black winners over the last few decades has included playing a waitress falling in love, an inspirational football mom, a drunken socialite, a witty widow, an FBI agent, a boxer, and an elderly rich lady just taking a ride. It’s not that any one of these was not deserving, simply that they illustrate that the path and potential for white actresses aspiring to the Oscars stage seems extraordinarily wide, while the path for Black actresses seems as narrow as an Olympic gymnastics balance beam – stepping just an inch or so off means you falter.This phenomenon is not unique to Black actresses: If you are an Asian actress, your chances of a nomination are even slimmer, and still to this day, more white actresses have won for playing Asians than Asian women have for playing their own identity. And Latinx actresses have not fared

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As we inch closer to the beginning of the summer movie season, we are starting to see a few more big-name properties show up on the release calendar, and March features not only a hotly anticipated sequel to a surprise horror hit, but also a new entry from Pixar and the latest live-action remake of an animated Disney classic. Beyond those titles, we also have a comic book adaptation starring Vin Diesel and a new interpretation of a Jane Austen novel just to round things out. See below for the most anticipated movies opening in March.1. A Quiet Place Part II (2021) 91%2,769 Want-to-See Votes#1 pick by our Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter fansOpens March 20Director John Krasinski had a hit on his hands with 2018 s A Quiet Place, in which he starred alongside his real-life wife Emily Blunt as a married couple with two children (after a tragic and horrifying opening scene) who live their lives in complete silence in an attempt to avoid detection by the bloodthirsty monsters who navigate by sound that have taken over the world. This month, we get the sequel, which finds Blunt s Evelyn Abbott traveling with son Marcus (Noah Jupe), daughter Regan (Millicent Simmonds), and her newborn infant until they come across other survivors and discover there s more to worry about than just the monsters. This film made it to the top of all of our social media polls and racked up the second-most Want-to-See votes among all March releases.2. Mulan (2020) 73%3,650 Want-to-See Votes#2 pick by our Facebook and Twitter fans, #3 pick by our Instagram fansOpens March 27Disney released three live-action remakes of their classic animated films in 2019 namely Dumbo, Aladdin, and The Lion King and while none of them exactly set critics hearts aflutter, the latter two especially made big splashes at the box office. With that context in mind, March brings us their latest effort, Mulan, starring Liu Yufei as the titular heroine who defies her father s wishes and joins the Imperial Chinese Army disguised as a man to represent her family. The supporting cast includes such renowned actors as Jet Li, Donnie Yen, and Gong Li, and fans on our social media accounts were excited enough about the movie to vote it into second place on Facebook and Twitter, and third place on Instagram. It also racked up the most Want-to-See votes of any March release on RT.3. Onward (2020) 88%1,252 Want-to-See Votes#2 pick by our Instagram fans, #4 pick by our Facebook and Twitter fansOpens March 6Part of Mulan s appeal is undeniably the nostalgia factor for adults who remember seeing the animated original more than 20 years ago, but Disney offshoot Pixar is also coming out with a new animated film that s ostensibly aimed at younger audiences but plays on some mature themes. MCU stars Chris Pratt and Tom Holland voice two elf brothers who live in a suburban fantasy world populated by trash unicorns and pet dragons where technology has pushed magic into obsolescence. When the two of them receive a magical gift from their deceased father that will allow them to resurrect him for 24 hours, and it only summons his lower half, they embark on a journey to find a way to bring back the rest of him before time runs out. This one made it into the top five of all of our social polls and garnered the third-most Want-to-See votes on RT, and on top of all that, it s already Certified Fresh.4. Bloodshot (2020) 30%1,099 Want-to-See Votes#3 pick by our Facebook and Twitter fansOpens March 13The vast majority of superhero movies made these days belong to either the MCU or the DCEU, but the landscape is slowly changing as other players join the fray. Enter Bloodshot, a murdered soldier who is resurrected by scientists and given superhuman abilities thanks to nanotechnology. The Valiant Comics anti-hero is played by Vin Diesel here, and reports have stated that the film is intended to be the first in its own cinematic universe. We ll have to wait and see how that goes after the film is released, but for now, moviegoers are looking forward to seeing the big-screen adaptation of the comic, as it ranked third in our Facebook and Twitter polls.5. EMMA. (2020) 87%1,391 Want-to-See Votes#5 pick by our Facebook fansOpens Wide March 6The last film on this month s list actually opened in limited release back on February 21, but it s expanding wide in the first week of March, thanks to a positive reception. Anya Taylor-Joy stars as Jane Austen s eponymous matchmaker, who discovers that maybe she s not as good at bringing people together as she thought she was, all while her own romance bubbles up and takes her by surprise. Director Autumn de Wilde s debut feature is already Certified Fresh, and critics say it s a whimsical adaptation that takes some time to get going but blossoms into a delightful treat. The film made it to fifth place in our Facebook poll and earned the fourth-most Want-to-See votes on RT.Thumnail image by Paramount PicturesLike this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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As we all settle in to stay at home and socially distance ourselves, the planet has been given a unique resource not often afforded in the modern world: time. With no place to go, what shall we do with this new abundance of free hours? Time to finish that book you have had on your bedside table? Maybe take an online French class or learn to play an instrument? Time to binge every series that ever was? Or perhaps, like us, you re thinking of all the films you wished you d seen but never had the time to before.Maybe one of those epic movie franchises that seemed too daunting to jump into late in the game – don t ever admit you ve never seen an MCU movie, ever – or a series of which you ve caught a few entries but want to fill in the gaps. Fear not – we have you covered with our Epic Franchise Movie Binge Guide. Read below as we break down some of the most beloved long-running movie franchises – like The Lord of the Rings, Mission Impossible, or the granddaddy of them all, the Marvel Cinematic Universe – and tell you the best way to approach watching them, how long the binge will take, and which titles you can skip. Because hey, even all the time in the world may not be enough time to make you sit through A Good Day to Die Hard.Disagree with our picks or have a suggestion for a franchise movie binge? Let us know in the comments. The Lord of the RingsWhat is it: The film adaptations of the fantasy novels by J.R.R. Tolkien, set in Middle-earth, the fictitious medieval land where elves, men, dwarves, wizards, and hobbits co-exist, often not so peacefully. Over the course of several films, we follow hobbit Bilbo Baggins and later his young heir Frodo Baggins as they go on adventures and battle against the forces of evil. How many hours: Ex
(Photo by Reisig & Taylor/© ABC/Courtesy: Everett Collection)It s been 15 years since Oceanic Flight 815 went down. At the time of its premiere, on Sept. 22, 2004, J.J. Abrams iconic series Lost was a major risk for ABC. It was expensive, it was long, and it left plenty of questions about the group of plane crash survivors who landed on a mysterious island. Now, it s clear that Lost didn t just change the way audiences watched television — it forever altered the way TV shows are created.The show s epic pilot showed audiences and networks alike just what type of stories can be told in primetime. Up until that point, procedural staples (like CSI, Law Order, or House) and multi-camera sitcoms (think Two and a Half Men and Will Grace) were the go-to styles of programming. But Lost presented a plethora of deep concepts in a story format mostly unseen by television audiences. On the surface, it was a primetime soap opera about a diverse group of castaways as they fought for survival after a violent plane crash. But underneath that was a layered exploration of the human condition — with the concepts of free will, good vs. evil, and faith regularly playing an important part in this deeply mythologized journey.It was the beginning of a Mystery Box trend in programming, all thanks to Abrams vision and ace showrunners Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse. And once it all caught on — Lost was the first program with an official TV podcast, its showrunners broke down episodic details weekly, TV recappers wrote thesis-length investigations into each episode, and internet chat forums became a hotbed for fan theories — the demand for more high-concept programming set in.(Photo by Mario Perez/© ABC/Courtesy Everett Collection)TV budgets blossomed, production quality became cinematic, and, almost overnight, serialized narratives began popping up in plenty of small-screen stories. Seven years after Lost premiered, and one year after its polarizing series finale, another ambitious program hit television: Game of Thrones.While there are stark differences between the two programs, one can easily draw a straight line from Lost to Game of Thrones.Hear us out: Yes, George R.R. Martin s books existed long before the series even entered development at HBO. Lost, on the other hand, was cobbled together in such a haphazard manner that its success was baffling to Lindelof and ABC. The channel had been struggling for a hit and, after network exec Lloyd Braun watched the Tom Hanks movie Cast Away, he had an idea. What if there was a plane that crashed and a dozen people survived, and nobody knew each other, Braun told Grantland. Your past was almost irrelevant. You could reinvent who you were. You had to figure out — how do you survive? What do you use for shelter, for water? Is it like Lord of the Flies? How do we get off the island, how do you get home? And I start to get very excited about the idea, and I start thinking about the title Lost. (Photo by Mario Perez/© ABC/Courtesy Everett Collection)Lost s two-part pilot came with a reported price tag of  million, the most expensive of any TV episode at that time. Combine that high cost with how the ongoing story was told, processed, regurgitated, and theorized, and the only other program in recent memory to capture the same caliber of attention was Game of Thrones. Swap out the Dharma Initiative, the Smoke Monster, and the Others with White Walkers, dragons, and the Dothraki and the similarities become clearer. There s also the fact that every episode in GoT s final season cost million apiece. It cost HBO about million to produce each episode in the show s previous two seasons. That s pretty crazy when you think about the budgetary restrictions television producers had to work with just a decade ago.Lost featured an ensemble of mostly unknown actors who were cast without a finalized script (which is a head-scratch–worthy detail unto itself). But the characters were instantly iconic and their International diversity became an important component to the story being told as well as the representation it provided for the global audience with which the series ended up connecting. Charlie (Dominic Monaghan) was British, Claire (Emilie de Ravin) was from Australia, Mr. Eko (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje) was Nigerian, Sun (Yunjin Kim) and Jin (Daniel Dae Kim) were from South Korea, Desmond (Henry Ian Cusick) was Scottish, and let s not forget the former Iraqi Republican Guard member, Sayid Jarrah (Naveen Andrews).The diverse nature of the cast not only appealed to a global fandom, the characters helped break down preconceived notions regarding citizens from certain parts of the world.(Photo by © ABC/Courtesy Everett Collection)While the majority of Game of Thrones cast may be white (and British), there is a similarity here in the sense that both shows gave their actors celebrity status the world over. Going from barely getting recognized to packing Hall H at Comic-Con is a feat worth recognition.The cinematic style of Lost also put ABC in a spot it wasn t expecting to be in. Suddenly the network, which boasted plenty of reality programs and game shows, was competing with premium cable entertainment like The Sopranos or The Wire. It was a high concept risk that almost never saw the light of day, and once it did ABC scrambled to bring in Lindelof and Cuse to keep the show afloat.Before HBO offered its own standalone streaming service, and before Hulu was a word that even existed, ABC made new episodes of Lost available to watch on its website just one day after broadcast. This type of digital availability of programming wasn t something audiences or networks were used to. But ABC experimented with this early business model. Two years later, Hulu took that baton and ran with it.(Photo by Mario Perez/ABC/Courtesy Everett Collection)This wasn t the only way Lost engaged with its audience. In 2005, as free episodes became available to watch online, the network invested its time in a new means of storytelling: the podcast. With Cuse and Lindelof regularly appearing on the Official Lost Podcast, along with members of the cast, to provide insight to the drama and mysteries as they unfolded, a new means of engaging with fans was born. Lost premiered during a time when Facebook and MySpace were the social networks of choice. The iTunes Store was in its infancy, and it would be a few more years before Twitter launched (and Game of Thrones fans would subsequently harness the platform to discuss episodes in real time). And yet the character drama, intricate puzzles, and island mythology that unfolded on ABC s groundbreaking series connected with audiences on a level unlike ever before.Lindelof and Cuse (or Darlton, as the internet began to call them), helped start the trend of putting showrunners in the spotlight. Before Lost, viewers weren t granted such a peek behind the proverbial curtain. D.B. Weiss and David Benioff became the faces of Game of Thrones like Lindelof and Cuse before them. The actors were no longer the only celebrities in the room.ABC broke ground with Lost, giving us an odd string of numbers, a mysterious hatch, and an island full of possibilities to ponder week in and week out. It was an existential story that plucked heartstrings and inspired wonder. This layered exploration of life vs. death and good vs. evil captured the imaginations of audiences and content creators alike. Once Lost ended, HBO took the mantel with Game of Thrones, further breaking down the barrier of what is possible to achieve on the small screen.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

This Week s Ketchup brings you more headlines from the world of film development news, covering new projects for Jason Statham, Adam Driver, Jamie Foxx, Daisy Ridley, and more.This WEEK S TOP STORYADAM DRIVER JOINS NEW FILM FROM WRITERS OF A QUIET PLACE(Photo by ©Netflix)Adam Driver is coming off a monster 2019, during which he not only completed his run in the Star Wars sequel trilogy as Kylo Ren but also earned a Best Actor Oscar nomination for his work in Noah Baumbach s Netflix original film Marriage Story. Next up for Driver is Ridley Scott s historical drama The Last Duel, which just went back into production after initiating a hiatus due to COVID-19, and he s in talks for Scott s next film, the Lady Gaga-powered based-on-true-events crime drama Gucci, but he s also just landed what could be a very interesting new role. Deadline reports that Driver has signed on to a film called 65, which will be written and directed by Scott Beck and Bryan Woods, the duo who wrote John Krasinki s A Quiet Place. Sam Raimi will also be producing the film, which, combined with the presence of Beck and Woods, gives us some idea what kind of movie it will be, though no details on the plot have yet been released. There s also no indication when 65 will go into production, but considering Driver s busy schedule and in-demand status, it could be a while.Other Top Headlines1. JASON STATHAM AND GUY RITCHIE COLLABORATE AGAIN FOR SPY THRILLER(Photo by Gareth Davies/Getty Images)Before he transitioned to big-budget studio blockbusters, Guy Ritchie made his bones with a couple of slick and witty crime capers featuring a then-unknown Jason Statham (Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and Snatch). After he turned in the live-action remake of Disney s Aladdin last year, he then returned to those roots with The Gentlemen, albeit without Statham. And while Ritchie and Statham are indeed scheduled to reunite for another caper called Cash Truck, which is currently in post-production, they ll be taking their talents international with a new spy thriller called Five Eyes. The story will follow an MI6 agent (Statham) who is recruited by global intelligence alliance Five Eyes to track down and stop the sale of a deadly new weapon that threatens to disrupt the world order. Including the yet-to-be-released Cash Truck (it s scheduled for January 15, 2021), this will be the fifth collaboration between Ritchie and Statham.2. UPCOMING ZACK SNYDER ZOMBIE MOVIE GETS A PREQUEL AND ANIME SERIES(Photo by ©Netflix)Zack Snyder made a big splash a couple weekends ago during the DC FanDome event when he unveiled the first trailer for The Snyder Cut of Justice League, which will air in four parts on the HBO Max streaming service sometime in 2021. In the meantime, Snyder has been working on a little zombie heist film called Army of the Dead, purportedly developed as a sequel to his 2004 remake of Dawn of the Dead. That film is slated to be released on Netflix, and although we don t yet know exactly when that ll be, the streaming giant has gone ahead and greenlit both a prequel film and a spin-off anime series. Prolific German actor Matthias Schweighöfer (Valkyrie, The Command), who will appear in Army of the Dead, will also star in and direct the prequel, which will center on his character, while Army of the Dead writer Shay Hatten (John Wick: Chapter 3 Parabellum) will write both the prequel and the anime series, the latter of which will be called Army of the Dead: Lost Vegas and focus on Dave Bautista s character from the film. No word on when we ll be getting those yet, either.3. JAMIE FOXX, TEYONAH PARRIS JOIN JOHN BOYEGA NETFLIX THRILLER(Photo by Dee Cercone, Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection)Just a few weeks ago, Netflix released the superhero-themed Project Power to somewhat mixed reviews, further reinforcing their efforts to lean hard into genre entertainment. What set that film apart, like The Old Guard before it, from some of its lesser fare was the presence of A-list talent, namely Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Jamie Foxx. Currently, Netflix is gearing up for another production with Star Wars alumnus John Boyega at the lead called They Cloned Tyrone, which will be the directorial debut of Juel Taylor, the screenwriter of Creed II, and Foxx is one of the two new stars who joined it this week. Ther other is Teyonah Parris (Dear White People, If Beale Street Could Talk), who will appear later this year (presumably) in Nia DaCosta s Candyman. The characters played by Boyega, Foxx, and Parris will be thrust onto the trail of a nefarious government conspiracy after a series of eerie events, evidently involving clones, if the title is any indication. In somewhat related news, Boyega also made headlines this week when an interview he did with GQ revealed that he was not a fan of how Disney and the Star Wars sequel trilogy treated its characters of color Finn in particular prompting renewed debate over the films.4. DAISY RIDLEY JOINS WWII DRAMA WOMEN IN THE CASTLE(Photo by Nicola Dove/©20th Century Fox Film Corporation)Considering the impact it had on the world, it shouldn t surprise anyone that we continue to see new films set during World War II, even despite the wealth of stories we already have about the era. The latest is a film called Women in the Castle, a drama adapted from the 2017 novel of the same name by Jessica Shattuck. The story revolves around three women whose husbands were killed in an assassination attempt on Hitler, and how their lives are individually affected by the event. This week we learned that the three women will be played by Daisy Ridley (Rey from the recent Star Wars trilogy), Kristin Scott Thomas (The English Patient, Darkest Hour), and German actress Nina Hoss, who earned widespread acclaim for another recent WWII film, Phoenix. Women in the Castle will be adapted and directed by Jane Anderson, whose 2017 film The Wife earned Glenn Close a number of awards and an Oscar nomination for Best Actress.5. CHLOE GRACE MORETZ JOINS SCI-FI THRILLER MOTHER/ANDROID(Photo by Shane Mahood/Focus Features)Like Zack Snyder, Matt Reeves made an appearance at DC FanDome to stoke anticipation for his upcoming film The Batman, for which he unveiled the very first trailer. As he continues to pull that film together in the face of unforeseen hurdles (more on that below), Reeves is also putting on his producer hat for a new sci-fi film that will be the directorial debut of Mattson Tomlin, who came on board to help Reeves write the script for The Batman and whose most recent script was for Netflix s Project Power. The new film is called Mother/Android, and it will star Chloe Grace Moretz (who appeared in Reeves Let Me In)as a young pregnant woman who flees with her boyfriend from a war between their country and a malevolent artificial intelligence in hopes of giving birth in a safe environment. Tomlin, who also wrote the script, based the story on his own parents who fled the Romanian Revolution. Mother/Android doesn t have a release date yet, but Tomlin has a number of big projects on the horizon, including the sci-fi drama Little Fish and a big-screen adaptation of the video game Mega Man, so it could be a while.6. DISNEY S HAUNTED MANSION IS BACK IN DEVELOPMENT(Photo by Walt Disney courtesy Everett Collection)While Disney has gotten mixed results from their films based on theme park attractions, most everyone agrees that 2003 s The Haunted Mansion, starring Eddie Murphy, was a tragic misfire. A few years later in 2010, there was some hope that longtime fan Guillermo del Toro would be able to craft something worthwhile as he set about developing a new take on the ride that would be scary and fun at the same time, but the scary will be scary. As the years passed, del Toro struggled to make much headway on the film, even with Ryan Gosling in talks to star at one point, and as recently as 2019, he expressed doubt that the film would ever be made, though he would love to see a Haunted Mansion movie by someone who loves it. That time may have come, as Disney recently announced they are moving forward with a new adaptation of The Haunted Mansion, this time written by Katie Dippold. Dippold s most recent credits include the Melissa McCarthy/Sandra Bullock action comedy The Heat, the 2016 reboot of Ghostbusters, and 2017 s Snatched, as well as episodes of Parks and Recreation. The next big movie based on a Disney ride will be Jungle Cruise, starring Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt, which is scheduled to open on July 31, 2021.7. ROBERT PATTINSON, DWAYNE JOHNSON AMONG STARS WHO HAVE CONTRACTED COVID-19(Photo by Elizabeth Goodenough, Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection)As we ve mentioned frequently over the past few months, the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has resulted in film and television production delays across the board, but lost time is nothing when compared to the very real threat of illness, and famous people are, of course, no more immune to COVID-19 than the rest of us. Back in March, Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson were the first two high-profile celebrities who revealed they had come down with the virus while filming Baz Luhrmann s Elvis Presley biopic in Australia (they re currently recovering),  and they were followed by others, like Idris Elba, Sara Bareilles, Daniel Dae Kim, Bryan Cranston, Lena Dunham, and Zoey Deutch, just to name a few. This week, we learned that two more of Hollywood s biggest stars have also contracted the virus. Dwayne Johnson took to Instagram to announce to his fans that he and his family had tested positive for COVID-19, but were currently on the other side of it and recuperating, while it was also revealed that Matt Reeves production of The Batman had to be halted just days after shooting on the film had resumed because star Robert Pattinson had also tested positive for the virus. The latter announcement comes just a little over a week after DC FanDome, when Reeves unveiled the new trailer for the film and offered fans the first look of Pattinson in action as the character. It remains to be seen how long the delay will be, but it serves as a reminder to the rest of us that nobody is above the pandemic. So please stay vigilant, stay safe, and practice social distancing protocols, so we can all enjoy The Batman together.8. HOLLYWOOD RESPONDS TO DEATH OF CHADWICK BOSEMAN(Photo by Marvel Studios)Last Friday, the world was stunned to learn that Chadwick Boseman, the actor who had portrayed such real-life luminaries as James Brown, Jackie Robinson, and Thurgood Marshall, as well as the Marvel superhero Black Panther, had succumbed to the colon cancer he had been battling since 2016. Part of the shock came because of what he represented to movie fans, but also because no one not even those he worked closely with was aware of his condition, even as he churned out critically acclaimed hits and record-breaking blockbusters. News of his death, as reported by his family on Twitter, resonated powerfully with fans, which resulted in an outpouring of emotion and inspired a number of tributes. In the wake of the announcement, the film Black Panther shot to the top of charts on Amazon and iTunes, while ABC aired the film on Sunday along with a tribute to Boseman anchored by Robin Roberts and TBS made space in its schedule to air the film twice. AMC theaters also decided to rerelease the Jackie Robinson biopic 42 in theaters, beginning this weekend, and after just one day, the tweet announcing his death became the most liked tweet ever. Boseman clearly had a massive impact on the world, and he will be sorely missed.
The Mouse House s streaming service Disney+ kicks off November 12 with a slew of hotly anticipated original series (The Mandalorian, High School Musical: The Musical: The Series) as well as some original films, the most exciting of which for many fans is its live-action remake of the 1955 animated classic Lady and the Tramp. Ahead of the movie s release on Disney+, we sat down with four of its stars: Tessa Thompson and Justin Theroux, who provide the voices of lead romantic duo Lady and Tramp, as well as the canines who play those charming dogs on screen, Rose and Monte. (Yes, we interviewed the dogs). We asked the humans all the usual things – what they loved about the original film, whether we might see more of Thompson on Disney+ in a Valkyrie spin-off – and got into the serious stuff with Rose and Monte. Want to know how they really felt about recreating that famous spaghetti scene? Watch the interview above.Read Everything We Know About Disney+
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Zombie movies, like zombies themselves, always seem to be on the verge of a sluggish, protracted death only for a new filmmaker to come along and revitalize them yet again. Such was the case with Korean director Yeon Sang-ho’s 2016 film Train to Busan, which took its elevator pitch premise (“Zombies on a train!”) and turned it into a stylish, pulse-pounding, heartfelt thriller.Four years on, Yeon is ready to return with a film that as you can see from its title is more than just Train 2. Here’s what we know about Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula so far.There Won’t Be a Zombie Seok-woo(Photo by ©Well Go USA Entertainment)As you can probably guess from its Fast Furious Presents: Hobbs Shaw-like title, Peninsula will be set in the same world as the original movie, but isn’t a traditional sequel. Unfortunately, that means the hero of Train to Busan Yoo Gong’s Seok-woo really did sacrifice himself to save his daughter and won’t be returning either as one of the undead or as a bit of “Surprise! He survived!” plot trickery. Yeon has confirmed that Peninsula follows a wholly separate cast of new characters.The Title Refers to Korea Itself(Photo by ©Well Go USA)In some early interviews, director Yeon explained that in the new film, which is set four years after the original, all government authority in North and South Korea has been decimated, and there’s nothing really left to identify it as the civilizations they once were. So it’s no longer “Korea,” it’s simply “the peninsula.”Yeon Is Going Big(Photo by ©Well Go USA)While the claustrophobia of Train to Busan was a huge reason for its being so terrifyingly effective, Peninsula is aiming for a much larger scale (Yeon has been quoted saying that the scale of Peninsula will make Busan look like a tiny, indie film by comparison).The New Lead is From Busan, but Not From Busan(Photo by ©Well Go USA)Actor Gang Dong-won, who was supposed to make his Hollywood debut in 2019 in a currently shelved Simon West disaster film called Tsunami LA, actually hails from Busan, South Korea in real life (but was not in the first film in this series). In Peninsula, Dong-won plays Jung Seok, a soldier who managed to escape from the “peninsula” only to be ordered to return along with a new group of soldiers on a mysterious retrieval mission.It s Less Sociological Study, More Mad Max(Photo by ©Well Go USA)The original movie featured a cross section of South Korean society, from workaholic salary-man Seok-woo to arrogant and selfish COO Yon-suk to a PTSD-ridden homeless man, all having their everyday lives thrown into chaos when the zombies appear. Yeon has cited films like Land of the Dead, The Road, The Road Warrior, and Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome as main influences on Peninsula, which would indicate a more post-apocalyptic action flick than just zombie invasion horror.And We Mean a Lot more Mad Max, as in Zombie Thunderdome (Photo by ©Well Go USA)One of the first stills released from Peninsula appears to show some kind of fighting arena where survivors are thrown into the octagon against zombies, and the first trailer includes footage that backs up this idea. This also tracks with Yeon’s claims that he is exploring a world in ruin, where society has broken down and there are new, more savage, rules at play. Jung Seok and his fellow soldiers will find their mission jeopardized when they discover a group of survivors in this savage world trying to get off the peninsula.Peninsula Might Feel Timely, but It Won t Address the Origin of the Zombie VirusPeninsula was in the works before the COVID-19 pandemic shut down the world, but Yeon claims that people are now seeing the sort of selfishness that leads to the tragedy he explored in Busan. He has teased that any origin or explanation for what caused the zombie outbreak would be fodder for another film. That said, Peninsula is technically the third film in the franchise; Yeon started his career as an animator, and in fact planned on making Train to Busan as an animated film until a producer encouraged him to consider live action. However, Yeon had done an animated film called Seoul Station that was made before Busan but released after, serving as a prequel to that film.Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula does not have an official release date in the US yet, but is expected sometime in Summer 2020.

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Comic book TV updates, how to watch the inauguration entertainment, LGBTQ representation on TV is down, a new The Walking Dead season 10 preview, and more of the week s top TV and streaming news.TOP STORYMavel TV Movements: Ethan Hawke and Ramy Star May Calamawy To Join Oscar Isaac on Moon Knight, Loki Season 2, and Crossbones Return(Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images; Marvel Comics; Craig Blankenhorn/Hulu)Ethan Hawke will play the villain in Disney+ Marvel series Moon Knight opposite Oscar Isaac, THR reports.  The series titular cult character was created in 1975 as an ex-Marine-turned-mercenary.Plus, May Calamawy, who plays scene-stealing younger sister on the Hulu dramedy Ramy, has been cast in an undisclosed role in Moon Knight. (THR)Little is known about the storyline or tone of the new series, but it is expected to begin production in March in Budapest.In other Marvel series news, Deadline reports that Michael Waldron – the head writer and executive producer of Disney+’s Marvel series Loki – will return “in some capacity” for Loki season 2 as part of a new deal with Disney and Lucasfilm … which suggests, of course, that there will be a season 2, which has not been officially confirmed.Meanwhile, Frank Grillo told Collider he will reprise his role as villainous Crossbones for the upcoming Disney+ animated Marvel series What If …?.Tom Hanks Will Host Inauguration TV Celebration, With Music From Lady Gaga and J. Lo(Photo by Gary Hershorn/NYPPA/TSA/POOL; Frazer Harrison/Getty Images; Steve Granitz/WireImage)One – one of the very few – things nearly everyone can agree on is that Tom Hanks rules, and that makes him the perfect host of Celebrating America, the January 20 special that will wrap up inauguration day events for President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris.The 90-minute show, which will feature appearances by the POTUS and the Veep, will also include Lady Gaga singing the National Anthem, and performances from Jennifer Lopez, Justin Timberlake, Demi Lovato, and Jon Bon Jovi, with more to be named in the coming days. The special, premiering at 8:30 p.m. ET, will air across several networks, including ABC, CBS, NBC, MSNBC, and CNN, as well as streaming on Amazon Prime Video.LGBTQ and Gender Inclusiveness Dropped Slightly This Season Because of Pandemic, GLAAD Study Shows(Photo by FX)A new study released by GLAAD reveals that delays and work stoppages caused by COVID resulted in a small decrease in LGBTQ and gender inclusiveness on TV this season.From a high of 10.2 percent representation for characters across streaming TV and network and cable TV last season, this season representation has dropped to 9.1 percent, the first time there has been a decrease at all since GLAAD’s 2013-14 report.The report, “Where We Are on TV,” revealed that out of 773 series regular characters, 70 were LGBTQ this season on network primetime; last season, 90 out of 879 characters were LGBTQ. The numbers were also down on streaming and cable, largely due to shutdowns on series like The L Word and Killing Eve.Other findings in the report: more than half of LGBTQ characters on cable TV are people of color; female LGBTQ regular and recurring characters on broadcast primetime outnumber males; almost half of LGBTQ characters on scripted cable outlets are found on FX, Freeform, and Showtime; nearly 20 percent of LGBTQ characters on TV spring from just four show creators and writers, including Ryan Murphy, Lena Waithe, Shonda Rhimes, and Greg Berlanti; and the number of characters living with HIV dropped from nine to three, and all three are on the FX drama Pose.PaleyFest 2021 To Feature a Six Feet Under Reunion(Photo by HBO/Getty Images)PaleyFest will be a virtual event again this spring, and the first events for the 2021 version include a Six Feet Under reunion with creator Alan Ball and cast and panels on ABC’s new drama Big Sky and CBS’s The Late Late Show With James Corden. Paley Center members will be able to watch all the PaleyFest events beginning March 23, while non-members can watch them beginning March 29, at the Paley Center Yahoo Entertainment channel.NEW TRAILERS: The Walking Dead Season 10 Bonus EpisodesThe Walking Dead, Season 10, will continue with six special new episodes that were filmed during COVID and will feature special deep-dive storylines, including the long-awaited Negan backstory that will feature Jeffrey Dean Morgan starring opposite his real-life actress wife Hilarie Burton as Negan’s wife Lucille. Premieres Feb. 28 (AMC)More trailers and teasers released this week:• Firefly Lane, season 1, is about the decades-long friendship between friends Tully (Katherine Heigl) and Kate (Sarah Chalke). Premieres Feb. 3 (Netflix)• Flora and Ulysses is a movie adaptation of the book about the friendship between a young girl (Matilda Lawler) and a superpowered, poetry-writing squirrel who helps her understand her parents’ (Alyson Hannigan and Ben Schwartz) divorce.  Also strs Danny Pudi. Premieres Feb. 19 (Disney+)• To All the Boys: Always and Forever is a teen romcom and the third and final movie in the To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before movie trilogy, starring Lana Condor and Noah Centineo. Premieres Feb. 12 (Netflix)• Bonding Season 2 finds Tiff and Pete trying to rebound back into the BDSM scene, and a penguin costume is involved. Premieres Jan. 27 (Netflix)• Snowpiercer season 2 features Game of Thrones’ Sean Bean going full on villain, delightfully so, as train owner Mr. Wilford. Stars Daveed Diggs and Jennifer Connelly, Steven Ogg, and Alison Wright. Premieres Jan. 25 (TNT)• Clarice is the TV sequel to Silence of the Lambs, with Clarice Starling (Rebecca Breeds) once again called upon to help track dangerous serial killers, no matter how personally painful it is for her. Also stars Michael Cudlitz, Jayne Atkinson, Nick Sandow, and Kal Penn. Premieres Feb. 11 (CBS)• Losing Alice is a limited series Faustian thriller about a female director who becomes obsessed with a younger screenwriter. Stars Ayelet Zurer. Premieres Jan. 22 (Apple TV)• Men in Kilts: A Roadtrip with Sam and Graham is a roadtrip series that follows Outlander stars Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish on an amazon trip throughout Scotland. Premieres Feb. 14 (Starz)• QAnon is a three-part investigative event unfolding all there is to know about the conspiracy group on the heels of the attack of the U.S. Capitol. Premieres Jan. 26 (ViceTV)• I Care a Lot is a dark comedy thriller about a woman (Rosamund Pike) who becomes very wealthy by scamming elderly people. But then she meets a victim (Dianne Wiest) with ties to a very dangerous gangster. Also stars Peter Dinklage, Chris Messina, Isiah Whitlock Jr., and Alicia Witt. Premieres Feb. 19 (Netflix)For all the latest TV and streaming trailers, subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel.CASTING: The Lincoln Lawyer: Manuel Garcia-Rulfo Will Star in Netflix’s Adaptation of the Legal Drama  (Photo by ©Netflix)The Magnificent Seven star Manuel Garcia-Rulfo will star in the David E. Kelly produced Netflix series adaptation of The Lincoln Lawyer, which was adapted as a 2011 movie starring Matthew McConaughey, from the 2005 novel of the same name by Michael Connelly. Garcia-Rulfo will play Mickey Haller, a criminal attorney who operates from a Lincoln Town Car.Keegan-Michael Key will star in and executive produce August Snow, an ABC PI drama based on a series of books by Stephen Mack Jones. Key will play the titular Detroit private eye, a former cop who sued the department in a wrongful dismissal suit and used the payout he got to travel the world. After returning to his beloved city, he spends his cash to try to help his beleaguered city and to hire a band of misfits to help him in his PI business. (Deadline)Sanaa Lathan, Linda Emond, and Korean singer Jihae will have recurring roles on the upcoming third season of Succession, playing a high-profile lawyer, a White House employee, and a public relations executive, respectively.Nathan Lane has lined up a pair of new TV roles: he’ll co-star with Martin Short and Steve Martin in the Hulu comedy Only Murders in the Building, playing a resident of said building and the owner of a grocery store chain; and in the upcoming HBO drama The Gilded Age, he’ll play Ward McAllister, a famous historical figure known for deciding which families could be classified as members of New York’s high society. (Deadline)Daniel Dae Kim and Tony Goldwyn will star in Season 2 of National Geographic’s The Hot Zone: Anthrax, the six-episode story of the 2001 anthrax attacks that caused panic after the 9/11 attacks in the U.S. Kim will play an FBI agent with a microbiology background and Goldwyn will play a microbiologist, with the two initially working together to convince officials of the potential danger the attacks hold and trying to find the person unleashing the anthrax attacks.After Ken Jennings finishes his stint as Jeopardy! guest host, Katie Couric, Aaron Rodgers, Mayim Bialik, and 60 Minutes correspondent Bill Whitaker will make guest appearances leading the trivia game show, with the show making a donation to the charities of their choice as a thank you.Insecure Emmy nominee Yvonne Orji has lined up her next project, starring in the Disney+ half-hour comedy First Gen. The series, produced by Oprah Winfrey and British-born Nigerian actor David Oyelowo, is based on Orji’s life as a Nigerian-born, first-generation American who tries to juggle adjusting to life in America while still honoring her parents and their culture.Rebel Wilson will host Pooch Perfect, ABC’s upcoming dog grooming competition, which will feature Lisa Vanderpump, “celebrity dog groomer” Jorge Bendersky, and vet Callie Harris as judges. Wilson hosted the original Pooch Perfect when it aired in Australia last year. (People)Tony winner Donna Murphy will play the headmistress of the drama-laden prep school at the center of HBO Max’s Gossip Girl reboot. OK! Magazine also reports the show’s first season will have 12 episodes.Andi Mack star Peyton Elizabeth Lee will star in Disney+’s Doogie Howser reboot, playing Lahela “Doogie” Kameāloha, a 16-year-old juggling work as a doctor in Hawaii with life as a teenager.PRODUCTION DEVELOPMENT: FX Orders a Limited Series About Infamous Punk Rockers the Sex Pistols(Photo by Richard E. Aaron/Redferns)FX has ordered Pistol, a limited series about the punk band the Sex Pistols, with Oscar winner Danny Boyle set to direct and executive produce the six-episode project, based on Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones’ 2018 memoir Lonely Boy: Tales from a Sex Pistol. The series, which begins production in March, will star Toby Wallace as Steve Jones, Anson Boon as John “Johnny Rotten” Lydon, Louis Partridge as Sid Vicious, Jacob Slater as Paul Cook, Fabien Frankel as Glen Matlock, Dylan Llewellyn as Wally Nightingale, Sydney Chandler as Chrissie Hynde, Emma Appleton as Nancy Spungen, and Maisie Williams as model/actress/punk icon Jordan.More updates on Showtime’s Dexter 10-episode reboot: It will be set in upstate New York and several new cast members have joined star Michael C. Hall and Clancy Brown, who will play Dexter’s new foe. Julia Jones (The Mandalorian) will play Angela, the first Native American police chief in the small NY town where Dexter will find himself; Johnny Sequoyah (Believe) plays Audrey, Angela’s daughter; Alano Miller (Sylvie’s Love) will play Logan, a local police sergeant and high school wrestling coach; and Jack Alcott (The Good Lord Bird) portrays Randall, who has a “meaningful encounter” with Dexter, Deadline reports.HBO Max has given an eight-episode order to Julia, based on the life of celebrated chef Julia Childs. Sarah Lancashire (Happy Valley) plays Childs, while Frasier alum David Hyde Pierce plays her beloved husband Paul.Apple TV+ is developing a two-part documentary about Oprah Winfrey, from Oscar winner Kevin MacDonald and Emmy nominee Lisa Erspamer, the team behind the Whitney Houston documentary Whitney. (Deadline)Aziz Ansari will return with a third season of his hit Netflix comedy Master of None, set in London, reports Chortle. BAFTA-winning The End of the F**king World actress Naomi Ackie will play his love interest, and Lena Waithe will return as Denise, one of the best friends of Ansari’s Dev. (Chortle)Univision will launch PrendeTV, a free, ad-supported streaming service in the U.S. this quarter. The Spanish-language programming will include 10,000 hours of programming across 30 channels.Black-ish and Grown-ish star Yara Shahidi and her mother are developing Smoakland, a Freeform comedy about Solo, a young woman running a new cannabis company in Oakland. The series is written by The Chi’s Jewel Coronel. (Deadline)As part of a first-look deal with Hasbro-owned studio Entertainment One, House of Cardscreator Beau Willimon is developing a TV adaptation of the classic board game Risk.As The Wall Street Journal predicted last week, Roku and Quibi have made a deal for the short-form programming created by the now-defunct streaming service to land at Roku, which paid reportedly less than 0 million for the rights to nearly billion of Quibi shows.Knight Rider’s AI Car K.I.T.T. Up for Auction(Photo by © Universal TV / Courtesy: Everett Collection)Don’t hassle the Hoff … but, if you are a serious Knight Rider fan with a few hundred thousand extra bucks in your bank account, do bid on his personal (though not verbal) 1982 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am, just like K.I.T.T., which the actor is auctioning. With this week’s news that Broadway will remain shuttered through the year, Disney’s presentation of Lin-Manuel Miranda s Hamilton couldn’t be more essential. The filmed version of the stage show, documented from a few performances by the mostly original cast in 2016, arrives on Disney+ this Fourth of July weekend, allowing fans and newbies alike a chance to see the musical phenomenon in the comfort of their own homes. Of course, critics are happy to recommend this next best thing to the live production, whether they’d seen it before or are finally getting a first taste themselves. Some are even saying this is the film we need right now.Here’s what critics are saying about Hamilton:Does the film do the live show justice?Hamilton on streaming… reveals once again the brilliance at its core — and confirms it as foundational myth worth treasuring time and time again.  Angie Han, Mashable[It] captures the widely-beloved show’s infectious vigor and electrical charge, spinning it into a renewed powerful, affecting, and immersive experience.  Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionThe filmed version of the Broadway sensation makes for immersive, exhilarating, magnificent cinema.  Richard Roeper, Chicago Sun-Times[It] is the greatest translation, democratization and preservation of any Broadway show, ever.  Chris Jones, Chicago TribuneThe film adaptation is a marvelous and welcome addition to the show s legacy in spite of a few imperfections.  Linda Holmes, NPRHamilton is as monumental a thing as ever.  David Ehrlich, IndieWire(Photo by ©Disney+)How is it for those who have seen the show before?Absolutely, positively, there is new insight and new excitement here for people who already know that they love this show. Linda Holmes, NPRExperiencing the complete production on film for the first time, I was affected by parts of it more piercingly than ever before. David Rooney, Hollywood ReporterHamilton‘s biggest show-stopping numbers are just as impactful on the small screen. Brent Hankins, The Lamplight ReviewFor those who have seen the show live, the biggest added value here is the expanded revelation of the vulnerability displayed by the actors. Chris Jones, Chicago TribuneDoes it live up to the hype for the first-timers?Against all odds, lives up to its hype. Breaking news, I know. But… I’d convinced myself that Hamilton couldn’t be nearly as good as the rest of the world was proclaiming. Sean O Connell, CinemaBlendFor those of us who have never seen the stage show… it’s a particular pleasure to be figuratively ushered into the live Richard Rodgers Theater audience. Justin Chang, Los Angeles TimesFor those who do get to experience Hamilton for the first time with the original cast, you really couldn’t have a better experience. Danielle Solzman, Solzy at the MoviesThe lone time I – as a newbie – felt ever so slightly removed from this live show’s fanfare is when the die-hards in the audience audibly chuckle at King George III’s first appearance. Courtney Howard, Fresh Fiction(Photo by ©Disney+)Which performances stand out most in this version?Audiences seeing this cast for the first time will be bowled over by the depth of the performances, notably so with Leslie Odom Jr. as Aaron Burr. David Rooney, Hollywood ReporterIt’s Leslie Odom Jr., who plays the antagonist Aaron Burr, who emerges as the great emotional force of the film. Chris Jones, Chicago TribuneArguably its most humane, deeply felt performance is by Leslie Odom, Jr. playing Aaron Burr. Linda Holmes, NPRDaveed Diggs shines while pulling double-duty as both Marquis de Lafayette and Thomas Jefferson. Danielle Solzman, Solzy at the MoviesPhillipa Soo and Renée Elise Goldsberry are superb as the Schuyler sisters. Thom Geier, The WrapHow does the filmed format affect the experience?There’s more gained by harnessing the intimate undercurrents of these numbers with close-ups and medium shots. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionDue to the abundance of long shots and smooth cutting, the intermittent closeups are all the more striking in their intimacy. And sometimes their comedy. Justin Chang, Los Angeles TimesBetter than a front-row seat, Kail’s film is just cinematic enough to amplify and accentuate the show’s emotional undertow without messing with the carefulness of its stage direction. David Ehrlich, IndieWire[It] emphasizes the individual performances, albeit sometimes at the expense of the show s staging and choreography… Still, it s an effective way to capture the show s emotions, if not its sweep. Angie Han, MashableThe camera that’s necessary for a Hamilton movie limits what you can look at We’re controlled by director Thomas Kail’s eye. Sean O Connell, CinemaBlend(Photo by ©Disney+)Could this actually be better than seeing it live?The film also has the advantage of showcasing the stage

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Freeform has teamed up with Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle star (and former Barack Obama White House staffer) Kal Penn for a new unscripted series, Kal Penn Approves This Message, that will help reach out to Millennial and Gen Z voters. The series, which premieres September 22, is described as a smart, irreverent unscripted comedy series featuring funny field pieces and a sit-down between Penn and a featured guests. Topics will include voting basics, voter empowerment, the economy, and climate change.The CW is also hoping its viewers stay civically engaged with its new Vote Actually campaign, featuring PSAs starring the network s on-air talent encouraging the audience to register to vote, obtain a mail-in ballot if applicable and know the deadlines in their individual states.New Trailers: Hulu s Monsterland, Warrior, and MoreThe upcoming horror anthology Monsterland, set to debut October 2 on Netflix, released its first trailer this week. The creepy two-minute clip reveals just a portion of the mermaids, fallen angels, and other strange beasts that inspire the horror of the series, which comes from Mary Laws and is based on Nathan Ballingrud’s story collection North-American Lake Monsters. Stars include Kaitlyn Dever, Jonathan Tucker, Nicole Beharie, Kelly Marie Tran, Mike Colter, and many, many more.More trailers and teasers released this week:The trailer for season 2 of Cinemax s Warrior, which looks as badass as ever and premieres October 2.FX limited series A Teacher stars Kate Mara as the titular character and Nick Robinson as the high school student with whom she begins an extremely illegal relationship. It premieres November 10 on FX on Hulu.There are some major Black Mirror vibes in the trailer for AMC s new anthology series Soulmates, which premieres October 5.Apple TV+ s Israeli import Teheran debuts September 25 on the streaming service.Before Wynonna Earp returns to Syfy in 2021, catch up on season 4 starting with this new teaser.For all the latest TV and streaming trailers, subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel.Casting: Jessica Chastain Takes on a Country Music Legend, Creepshow Returns, and more(Photo by Richard Olley/Columbia Pictures)Jessica Chastain is headed to TV in George Tammy, a new limited series from Spectrum Originals and Paramount Network about country music power couple Tammy Wynette and George Jones and the complicated relationship that inspired some of the most iconic country music of all time. The series will air exclusively for Spectrum cable subscribers, and after a nine month window it ll air on Paramount Network and the forthcoming streaming service from ViacomCBS.Production on Season 2 of Greg Nicotero s Shudder horror anthology Creepshow is officially underway in Atlanta. New stars this year include Anna Camp, Keith David, Ashley Laurence, and Josh McDermitt.Titans Alan Ritchson will play the titular role in Amazon’s upcoming Jack Reacher series, about the former military man at the center of Lee Child s bestselling novel series. And don t worry — he ll continue playing a superhero on Titans, too.Saturday Night Live featured player Ego Nwodim has been promoted to full cast member for the late-night sketch comedy stalwart s 46th season.Denise Richards is leaving The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills after two seasons, according to Variety. The most recent season of the Bravo hit featured the actress fighting with her cast mates amid rumors of her hooking up with former Housewife Brandi Glanville, though Richards has denied the rumors.Karrueche Tran has joined the second season of BET s Games People Play, alongside Lauren London and series regulars Sarunas J. Jackson, Karen Obilom, Parker McKenna Posey, Jackie Long, and Kendall Kyndall.HBO Max s dog-grooming competition Haute Dog will feature celebrity dog groomer Jess Rona and Emmy nominee Robin Thede judging the canine makeovers, with comedian Matt Rogers hosting. It was filmed under strict COVID-19 precautions this summer and premieres Sept. 24.Production Development: A New Doogie Howser, the Latest black-ish Spin-off, And More(Photo by ABC)The black-ish universe is getting even bigger: ABC is eyeing a third spin-off from the network s long-running sitcom. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the newest installment would be old-ish, following Laurence Fishburne and Jenifer Lewis s characters. The new series would join the college-set grown-ish and the 80s-set prequel, mixed-ish.Doogie Howser, M.D. is getting a new look: Disney + announced it has ordered a rebooted version of the classic series about a teen doctor, this time starring a 16-year-old girl prodigy balancing a new medical career with life as a teenager. Doogie Kameāloha, M.D. is a 10-episode comedy following Lahela “Doogie” Kameāloha, a mixed race 16-year-old girl with an Irish mother and Hawaiian father who guide her (and sometimes complicate things) as she juggles her responsibilities. It s set in present-day Hawaii with showrunner Kourtney Kang at the helm.Starz s series adaptation of Blindspotting is a go: The network officially ordered a spin-off of the 2018 feature film from Daveed Diggs (Hamilton, Snowpiercer) and Rafael Casal (Bad Education, Are You Afraid of the Dark?). Both men will write and serve as executive producers, with Casal taking showrunner duties in addition to a recurring role. The series will focus on teacher Ashley (Hamilton s Jasmine Cephas Jones, who will also produce and was also in the original film), whose partner of 12 years was suddenly incarcerated, forcing Ashley and their young son to move in with his family.Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos have signed a deal with Lifetime to produce two new movies for the network s Ripped from the Headlines series. They ll serve as executive producers alongside Albert Bianchini in the two true crime-themed projects, which are scheduled to premiere in 2021.HBO Max has ordered a script for a series based on the Newberry Medal-winning mystery The Westing Game. The YA book follows the events that unfold when 16 people gather for the reading of eccentric, game-loving millionaire Samuel W. Westing s will.Amazon Teases The Wheel of Time Fans on Social MediaFantasy novel series The Wheel of Time is one of Amazon Prime Video s most anticipated upcoming adaptations — next to a little series called The Lord of the Rings, of course. The streamer served up a delectable tease to fans this week.“You want stories? Thom Merrilin declaimed. I have stories, and I will give them to you. I will make them come alive before your eyes.” ​#WOTonPrime pic.twitter.com/f0wlr3t7Sf The Wheel of Time on Prime (@WOTonPrime) September 9, 2020

华体会登陆 Fan Favorite Actresses 2019With critically acclaimed work in award-worthy films and crowd-pleasing roles in broad entertainment, there was no shortage of memorable actresses who left their mark on pop culture in 2019. Our list of 25 Favorite Actress Golden Tomato Award candidates included a pair of Game of Thrones alumni (Emilia Clarke and Maisie Williams), a quartet of MCU heroines (Brie Larson, Scarlett Johansson, Zendaya, and Tessa Thompson), and genre-hopping work from versatile stars (Awkwafina in The Farewell and Jumanji: The Next Level, Florence Pugh in Midsommar and Little Women). Only one of them, however, was nominated for two Academy Awards in acting categories, and she appropriately blew away all of the competition to win the GTA here. Not only did Scarlett Johansson serve a crucial role in Avengers: Endgame, but her turn as a frustrated wife and mother going through a divorce in Noah Baumbach s Marriage Story and her work as the titular character s activist mother in Taika Waititi s Jojo Rabbit earned her Oscar nominations for both Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress, respectively. While she didn t win either of those awards, she was the runaway favorite here, more than tripling the tally of runner-up Emilia Clarke as she earned almost a third of all the votes.The order below reflects the number of total votes cast for each TV show by users in a poll that ran on RT from January 9 to February 16.« Previous Category Next Category »Scarlett JohanssonNot only did Johansson break our hearts in Endgame, but she earned two Oscar nominations, one for Best Actress for Marriage Story and one for Best Supporting Actress for Jojo Rabbit. Avengers: Endgame, Marriage Story, Jojo RabbitEmilia ClarkeGame of Thrones may have ended on a Rotten note according to the Tomatometer, but a less-than-stellar final season did not rub off on fans affection for Mother of Dragons, Clarke, who also charmed in holiday flick, Last Christmas. Game of Thrones, Last ChristmasFlorence PughTalk about a Certified Fresh streak: Pugh began 2019 with wrestling dramedy Fighting With My Family, then earned instant Scream Queen status in Ari Aster s Midsommar, before stealing the show as Amy March in Little Women. Midsommar, Little Women, Fighting with My FamilyMargot RobbieRobbie didn t need pages of dialogue to make an impression as Sharon Tate in Quentin Tarantino s Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, and she followed that performance up with Bombshell, earning an Oscar nomination for her portrayal of aspiring Fox News host Kayla. Bombshell, Once Upon a Time in HollywoodLupita Nyong oWe re not over Nyong o s Oscar snub for her landmark work in Jordan Peele s Us, and fans aren t either. Nyong o also showcased her comedic chops in zombie-comedy Little Monsters and returned as Maz Kanata in Rise of Skywalker. Us, Little Monsters, The Rise of Skywalker« Previous Category Next Category »

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