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om Dissociative Identity Disorder, a condition that manifests in the film as 23 distinct personalities (and 24 if you count the Beast). Here, Shyamalan recalls meeting McAvoy at a Comic-Con party and knowing instantly that he was the man to play The Horde, while McAvoy talks us through the appeal – and ultimately, the challenge – of bringing so many characters to life.What follows is a history of Split (2017), and reflection upon it, drawn from sit-down interviews with M. Night Shyamalan and James McAvoy.ALSO WATCH: An Oral History of Unbreakable | An Oral History of Glass“Essentially, Split and Unbreakable were the same movie.”M. Night Shyamalan: I wrote an outline for Unbreakable that included Kevin Wendell Crumb. Essentially, the movie Split and Unbreakable were the same movie. [In the original script, Kevin] abducts three girls while David survives this crash and is told, Hey, I think you re a superhero. We keep cutting to this storyline with the girls and they re being held here… the multiple personalities. And they say, The Beast is coming, The Beast is coming. Meanwhile, [David’s] like, No, I m not a superhero. No, I m not a superhero. Then he goes, Maybe I am. And he goes to the train station and bumps into The Horde and gets the vision of the girls and The Beast, and then The Beast and him fight in that big moment at the end of the original Unbreakable. These are comic-book movies, but it s really about what it s like to be a regular person and somebody that has these powers, and to do that I had to take Kevin out of it cause all you wanted to do was be with Kevin. As soon as you start that ticking clock with the girls, you can t stay away from it. You have to go back quickly. It started putting this enormous pressure on the character that I wanted to build. So, I took him out and made a movie just about Elijah and David.(Photo by @ Universal Pictures)“What would happen if we never told anybody we were making a sequel and we didn t sell it that way?”Shyamalan: I guess what happened [to make him finally make Split, with the character of Crumb] is that the type of movies that I was making changed in recent years. I wanted to make contained, smaller movies that I could control – I can make them as weird and really signature and take a ton of risks, and when someone says that ll never work, perfect! Put it in. I made The Visit that way. Then I said, You know what? The next movie I could make Split, I could make that second movie. And what would happen if we never told anybody we were making a sequel and we didn t sell it that way and we just made it and put it out and only in the last moment told them, “Hey, guess what? We re making a trilogy.”“I was staring at James as he’s talking…and I’m like, this is the guy.”Shyamalan: [James McAvoy and I were] at an event [at Comic-Con] and he walked by me and I was like, “Oh, hey man.” And I just grabbed his arm and he goes, “Hey.” We’d never met before. And I said, “I m a fan of yours.” And he said, “I m a fan of yours.” He had come back from X-Men and so his hair was growing back from being shaved; it was kind of like an inch long, maybe three quarters of an inch long, and I was staring at him as he s talking. I had written Split, and the first time I checked he was unavailable, but I was staring and I m like this is the guy. This is what the guy should look like. We shouldn t do any wigs. No make-up. Just let him do this and change personalities.(Photo by Linda Kallerus/©Universal Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection)“I turned the first page and like, oh wow.”James McAvoy: One of the questions I usually ask is, What character is it you re looking for me to play? Because I don t like reading a script when I don t know which character it is – because there may be two or three that you d be right for – you get to attached to the wrong one or whatever and then they re like, Oh no, it s for the other guy. To that question he said, Just read it. You ll see. It s a lot. Just go with it. And I turned the first page and like, oh wow. Second page, oh something different. And then I start to understand the complexities, or the fact that I m playing a character with Dissociative Identity Disorder and just how many characters I ll be playing, and I just saw it as a really interesting opportunity to explore DID.“You know when an actor s in the pocket and when they re doing something extraordinary.”Shyamalan: The crew would start clapping on Split whenever [McAvoy] finished [a scene] because we knew we were watching something extraordinary. The other actors, as well. They would shake their heads. Because you know when an actor s in the pocket and when they re doing something extraordinary that s happening in front of you like you can t believe it. He was doing that with these characters, and multiple times I went to him and I go, “I don t understand. There s maybe five people in the world that could even try to do what you re doing right now and you’re doing it. And you re doing it effortlessly.” And I m like, “You need to be doing the best roles, the hardest roles in the world, because what you re doing is astonishing.”(Photo by © Universal Pictures)“I was 37; pretending to be nine years old is potentially unwatchable.”McAvoy: I enjoyed playing Patricia, because there s something slightly repressed and kinky about her. I enjoyed playing Hedwig because he was so free and yet so vulnerable at the same time; that’s a nice contradiction that allows for a lot of play. As an actor, I mean. I think the hardest [character] to find was Hedwig. I was 37 at the time – I think I was – and pretending to be nine years old is potentially unwatchable. And even if it is watchable, it might not be watchable for more than half a minute before you go like, Ah, I don t know if I want to watch too much more of this. So that was tricky. And I wasn t really getting a handle on it. Then Night came along and said, Why don t you try it with a lisp? And I was quite resistant to that. I was like, I don t know man – kid s got enough going against him at the moment, and all that. He s already so idiosyncratically different from everybody else that it felt like too much. But as soon as we did it, it worked.ALSO WATCH: An Oral History of Unbreakable | An Oral History of Glass In 2000, after the release of wrestling comedy Ready to Rumble, lifelong fan David Arquette got the chance to realize a childhood dream: for a brief, wild, and controversial period, the Scream star became a professional wrestler. You may not remember the pop-culture crossover in which Arquette, largely used as a comic-relief heel in World Championship Wrestling’s plots, actually won the World Heavyweight Championship, but certain hardcore wrestling fans do – and they’ve never let it go. Here was a flashy “Hollywood guy” who’d infiltrated their arena and seemingly made a mockery of their sport and the pros who’d trained decades for a chance to be in his boots. While he was only champ for 12 days, and quickly disappeared from matches soon after, many fans never forgave him. Arquette, in many ways, didn’t let it go either.In the fascinating, revealing new documentary You Cannot Kill David Arquette, filmmakers James Price and David Darg chronicle Arquette’s attempt at a legitimate comeback to the world of wrestling between 2018 and 2020. We follow along as he is confronted by fans who’ve held tight to their fury about his 2000 victory, dips his toe into the super-amateur circuit – an in-the-dark-backyard match is particularly memorable – and ultimately begins to find himself, along with his skills and strength and fitness, through rigorous training and determination. A sequence in the middle of the film, in which Arquette trains with a group of luchadors in the gyms and on the streets of Tijuana, feels like a real-life Rocky film. And just like a Rocky film, there are deep lows to go with these dizzying highs.(Photo by © NEON)Arquette opens himself up here in ways few other actors of his notoriety would, letting the camera into doctors visits during which he is tranquilized and out of control, talking frankly about the disappointments in his life – on screen, in the ring, and at home – and never filtering the damage that’s been done to his body or his soul. In an interview leading up to the movie’s release, he told Rotten Tomatoes that he probably won’t be re-watching the movie – it’s too painful – but he doesn’t regret what he went through. “That s really what I learned throughout this whole thing: to really be good to myself,” he said. Below, Arquette shares how he came to love wrestling as a kid, the importance of support from family and friends like the late Luke Perry, his excitement at returning to the Scream franchise, and why “no holds barred” was the only way to approach a documentary about his life.Joel Meares for Rotten Tomatoes: A lot of people who haven’t been following your off-screen career might be surprised to discover this obsession with wrestling. What was it about wrestling that really connected with you when you were growing up?David Arquette: I saw Andre the Giant and Hulk Hogan at the LA Sports Arena, and seeing Andre the Giant in person just blew my mind. I was just like, What? – I couldn t believe it. It was so wild. I d always seen wrestling, even before that, on TV, just here and there, it was always something that intrigued me, but that really got me into it. It was the whole Cyndi Lauper period, and I was a big fan of Mr. T and he was part of it. That whole time period really swept me up. Then my dad did the voice of a Jimmy Superfly Snuka in the cartoon, and that had something to do with it. I remember going to some shows with my dad and my friends, and it s just something we totally got into. I jumped off the roof on to a mattress [playing wrestling] and banged my head for the first time. Did the whole thing.(Photo by Adam Scull/PHOTOlink/Everett Collection)And Miss Elizabeth had an appeal, right? [Arquette has a tattoo of Miss Elizabeth, the late former manager of Macho Man Randy Savage, who was a key part of the then World Wrestling Federation’s main plot lines in the late 1980s and early 1990s.] Arquette: Oh, Miss Elizabeth had such an appeal. I remember, in doing research for this, I was looking back on old matches, just to get back up to speed and see if I remembered anything, and stuff just started coming back. Yeah, Miss Elizabeth had such an impact on me. I loved Macho Man, but I was like, Why do you treat her so bad? I didn t understand the whole dynamic. If I had a girl like Miss Elizabeth, I d treat her with more respect.Did you want her to end up with Macho Man or Hulk Hogan?Arquette: I wanted her to be with Macho Man, but I was a huge Hulk fan. I loved Hulk, just growing up. I bought into it. He was just so great at what he did, just setting it all up. Even seeing him now, working the crowd like nobody else could.The documentary takes us back to the time when you got to fight, partly for the promotion of Ready to Rumble. How did it feel for you when you got the opportunity to then enter the ring on a big scale, have this crazy storyline which is almost 80s-esque in its wildness, and then pin the guy and win the championship belt? Arquette: It was exciting. For me, I always saw it as, Wow. This is like a kid s dream come true. That s how I was thinking of it, like a fan finally gets to become a champion. I understand now why people got so upset, but I didn t at the time. I did think it was a horrible idea. I didn t want to do it necessarily, but it also was explained to me that I could tour with them until the next pay-per-view. I was like, Do you mean that I get to go from city to city and travel with you guys? That s also something I always wanted to do. I don t know, I ve always wanted to run away to the circus kind of thing, and it felt like that.(Photo by Courtesy the Everett Collection)In the documentary, we see how a lot of wrestling fans over the years became pissed off that a “Hollywood guy” came in from nowhere and took the belt. But at the time when you participated, did you feel accepted by the wrestlers you were working with? Arquette: Not really. They didn t really want me to do anything. There s this whole thing, like, I couldn t beat anybody up because of who I was, so nobody wanted to take the heat from me; nobody wants to look bad. They also had some insurance policy, so they wouldn t let me fight; I couldn t get hurt or something. So, I d typically get beat up, somebody would come and then roll me on top of the other person, and that s usually how I would win each of my matches. So, that was pretty funny. Coming back [into wrestling more recently], there was a lot of that still – people not wanting me to beat them up and that kind of thing, but a lot of people were cool about it.There’s a scene early in the comeback that the movie documents, where, after a scuffle with some angry fans in a restaurant, you go outside and you re frazzled and say to the camera, I get it, I get it. It’s tough stuff, it s a really raw film. Did you know, going in, how much you were going to expose yourself and how vulnerable you d have to be for this film, or did you sort of lean into that in the process?Arquette: Well, I know that being vulnerable, being open, and being honest is where you get the best art from. When you do the best interviews is when you re being honest and revealing stuff about yourself. So, I knew I had to be open about it. I didn t know where it was going to go, how crazy it was going to get, and how far we d take it. I never imagined being in Pro Wrestling Illustrated s top 500 wrestlers or something like that. That was never even in my mind. I just wanted to go back and properly train and learn about why people got so upset. I just wanted, also, to be able to enjoy wrestling again without having this attitude.(Photo by © NEON)But I realized through the process of it that the attitude I was having, and the reason it hurt my feelings so much, is because I was believing what I was reading. I was telling myself all these things like, You re not good enough, you re not smart enough. All these negative thoughts that I would then treat as if they were real so, when you read it, it s kind of like confirming or something. That s what I really learned through this whole process, that it doesn t matter what anybody says. It s what you believe in yourself. It s how you feel about yourself, that you have that confidence, that you have that self-pride.We also get to see that you have a pretty amazing support network in your life. Obviously, your kids and your wonderful wife are there, and your sisters and your brothers are involved in this documentary, as well as your ex-wife. How important has that been, not just for this comeback, but for dealing with any setbacks in life, to have that level of support around you?Arquette: It s been really important. They ve had to put up a lot with thinking I m dying a couple of times and all that kind of stuff, and just all the craziness that goes on with this whole wrestling world. They were really scared for me to wrestle and everything, but it s been really important.My wife [Christina McLarty] – not quite single-handedly – but she really did produce this from the ground up. She worked with these amazing directors, David Darg and James Price, and they really put a great movie together. They kicked me out of the editing room at some point because I was too close to it and had so many feelings about it all. It s really hard for me to watch to this day. I m not sure I ll ever really watch it again. Maybe when I get much older.(Photo by © NEON)Yeah. I was going to ask that, because there are really transparent doctor s visits, there s you getting violently beaten and cut in that death match … I can t imagine it was an easy decision to include those things, but then also to re-watch those things must be incredibly difficult.Arquette: Yeah, it s really difficult, and it was really hard to reveal a lot of that stuff. But at some point you allow yourself to be exposed, and you put it all on the line, it’s really what you have to do. I really did want to prove myself and, ultimately, I just needed to learn a few lessons that I d been trying to learn for years. Even some of it that I knew, but it just really had to click like this had to be the catalyst.There are some great highs in this as well, and I think in the Mexico sequence it s really great to see you, there, come into your own. When you first did that leg move on the luchador who was training you… Arquette: Yeah, the flying head scissors.Is that what you call it?Arquette: Well, it s called the huracarana.How did it feel when you finally nailed that? I wanted to cheer. I was at home alone, but I was like, That s awesome! Arquette: It felt awesome, but it also was like, Did I do it right? I was like, How did it look? They were like, It looked amazing. That s also a testament to these incredible Lucha wrestlers. Whenever you work with really great wrestlers, they always make you look so much better. I was impressed by the way it turned out too. I don t think half of the huracaranas I did after that one looked nearly as good.(Photo by © NEON)That brings us to the death match towards the end of the movie, and you ve spoken about that, where your neck is accidentally cut by a broken light and you have to be rushed to hospital. I was watching it and you looked kind of like you knew something was not right here even before you stepped into the ring. Did you almost hesitate to take that match in the moment? Arquette: No. It s a wrestling match. We had the whole thing planned out. There are certain things that went wrong with it, specifically that I pulled his legs when I wasn t supposed to, which caused the light to stab me. I actually caused that to happen, but I didn t know it was going to happen, I didn t try for it to happen. I learned a big lesson in that: to always stick to the plan. We had a whole story we were telling, but it kind of went off track. Marko Stunt, a really amazing wrestler, got injured right before [I went on]. I think three people or four people got really badly injured that night. It was just full-moon type of night.What were your feelings after that night, going to hospital and being injured in that way? Arquette: I had all kinds of feelings. I ve run the gamut of them. My wife was really upset. She was like, Do you want to die? and I was like, No, I don t want to die, but I was in a lot of pain. I was in a lot of emotional, personal pain that I hadn t really uncovered to the extent that I have now. I had to address a lot of stuff from my past, a lot of things I was telling myself. I d just beat myself up my whole life, and it was really time to stop doing that. That s really what I learned throughout this whole thing: to really be good to myself.(Photo by © NEON )That s great to hear. One of the things we see near the end of the film, and following that sequence, is your really close relationship with Luke Perry. Then you fight his son, Jack Perry (a.k.a. the wrestler Jungle Boy), in a really great and uplifting finale. What kind of support did Luke and Jack give you in that moment and through this journey?Arquette: Wow. Jack Perry, he s such a cool guy, man. He s never drank, never smoked. He s never done anything. He s got a level head on his shoulders. He s really like a movie star, like an old-time movie star. He s got a really great attitude. He s a funny guy, too. It was really great to sort of connect with him. I d met him a few times, but it was me going back into wrestling that kind of brought us all together, and I got to see Luke again for the first time since Alexis s passing and I was able to bond with Jack. [Alexis Arquette, David’s sister, died in 2016.]I asked Luke, How is it to watch Jack Wrestle? He s like, You know what, David? He s my son, so I sit there in complete and utter fear every time he wrestles. It was so scary for him, so I was like, Oh, wow. So, we got to bond on that.Then Luke saved me [the night of the death match] and took me to the hospital with Jack. It s just so amazing to see Jack s career take off. He s at AEW [All Elite Wrestling] now, wrestling, Jungle Boy. Then us sharing the time in the ring was really I don t know. It was healing because we had all just gone to Luke’s funeral a couple of months earlier. It was his mom s birthday that night [of the fight]. It was just a moving night. To be able to share a wrestling ring with him, he s such a talented wrestler that he made me look really good. It was probably one of my best matches that I had. It was fun. We told a really fun story. We were joking around a lot.(Photo by © Dimension Films)It s a beautiful moment to watch, and it s a beautiful way to end the film. Changing gears to the future. In this movie, I think it s your wife who talks about how you felt typecast with some of the Scream movies and that playing Dewey Riley – who is one of my favorite characters of all the time – put you in a hole, career-wise. And now we know you’ve signed on for another Scream movie. How do you feel about returning to the role now, after all these years? Arquette: Actually, what she was talking about, in retrospect, that I can see, it was more my feelings, personally. It s really easy in Hollywood, with all the rejection and all the stuff, to start feeding yourself that, Oh, ugh, blah, blah, blah. You just get complainy and bitter. So, that s more of what was being talking about. I ve always loved playing Dewey, it was a huge break for my career, if anything, and I don t blame wrestling in any way for the downward aspects of my career. It s more the choices I made, doing a bunch of AT T commercials or getting TMZ to shoot you when you had drunk too much outside of a club. Stuff like that had more of an impact on my career than something like Scream, and Scream was a real gift in that sense.I m excited to return as Dewey. It ll be sad without Wes [Craven] there, but these filmmakers that are doing it were inspired by Wes and have always loved him, and they love making horror films. It s great to be able to carry on the legacy and work with Courteney again, and hopefully work with Neve again, and Kevin Williamson s involved. So I m excited to play Dewey again.The title of this film is You Cannot Kill David Arquette, but can you kill Dewey? He’s survived… a lot. Arquette: I don t know. I hope so. I love playing the character, so that would be good.Just finally, what do you want people to take away from this documentary when the credits roll? What do you hope they think about your journey and you after they ve seen this film?Arquette: The whole thing I say is: I am a champion, but so are you. You know what I mean? You re the champion of your world, I m the champion of mine, we re all great in our worlds, and that s what I want people to know. Don t let anyone write your story for you, you can do it yourself. You can write it, you can stop beating yourself up, and you can do anything you want.You Cannot Kill David Arquette is available to rent or buy on VOD on August 28, 2020.
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而手游推广指的是传播,手游推广的方式有很多,放在手游代理项目当中可以理解为推广自己所代理的游戏,然后吸引玩家到游戏当中,从而产生一定的收益。亚博agThe holiday weekend delivered nearly 0 million to a pair of new releases, though each are headed in different directions. One of them is looking to be the biggest film in its series, as well as having the second biggest opening over the Martin Luther King holiday. The other is on the path to become the first big disaster of the new year and decade. It is one of the few negatives within a top 10 set to rank as the fifth-biggest Martin Luther King holiday weekend ever.King of the Crop: Bad Boys for Life Dominates Weekend With .4 Million(Photo by Columbia Pictures)The two biggest MLK holiday moneymakers are American Sniper and Bad Boys for Life. The third entry in the very spaced-out series with Will Smith and Martin Lawrence earned an estimated .2 million over the weekend and .4 million in its first four days. That eclipses the .6 million that Ride Along opened to back in 2014 (the Ice Cube–Kevin Hart comedy was the MLK leader until Eastwood’s film exploded with 7.2 million the following year). Bad Boys II opened to .5 million in the summer of 2003. Bad Boys for Life’s total makes it the seventh best opening amongst sequels opening more than 10 years past their previous entry. It is a list that includes The Force Awakens, Jurassic World, Incredibles 2, Finding Dory, Toy Story 3, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull in front of it, and Men In Black 3, Mad Max: Fury Road, and Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines behind it.Depending on who you talk to, Bad Boys II is either one of the greatest action films ever made (see: Hot Fuzz) or one of the worst, most vile films ever produced (see: Michael Bay). For a July release it may have grossed 8.6 million, but that is still just a 2.97 multiple over its opening, representing on the lower scales of word-of-mouth success for a summer film. Of the 18 films to open between million– million in July only four films had a worse multiple (The Nutty Professor II, Lucy, 2016’s Ghostbusters and The Village). How will the million Bad Boys for Life rank with audiences? On the surface, it would seem unlikely for the film not to replace Paul Blart: Mall Cop as the all-time January champion with 6.33 million. (American Sniper technically began its run in December.) Given this third film is unchartered territory because of the disparity between the Sniper and Ride Along openings, it is hard to pinpoint precisely. On the other hand, only 25 percent of the true January-openers have had a multiple lower than the 2.46 Bad Boys for Life would need to knock down the Mall Cop, even if one of them was Taken 3.

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• Sweet Tooth is the series adaptation of the comic by Jeff Lemire, a post-apocalyptic fairytale about a hybrid deer-boy and a wandering loner who embark on an extraordinary adventure together. Stars Christian Convery, Nonso Anozie, Will Forte, and narrated by James Brolin. Premieres June 4. (Netflix)• The Me You Can’t See is a mental health docuseries from producers Oprah Winfrey and Prince Harry. Premieres May 21 (Apple TV+)• Home Before Dark, season 2, continues the drama based on the life of journalist Hilde Lysiak, who tries to unravel a cold case that even her own father tried to keep a secret. Stars Brooklynn Prince, Jim Sturgess, Abby Miller, Michael Weston, Joelle Carter, and Sharon Lawrence. Premieres June 11. (Apple TV+)• Feel Good, season 2, continues Mae George’s complicated love story continues as Mae struggles to come to terms with the ghosts from her past. Stars Mae Martin, Charlotte Ritchie, Eve, Anthony Head, John Ross Bowie, and Lisa Kudrow. Premieres June 4. (Netflix)• Good on Paper is a comedy about a comedian who meets a quirky nerd who makes her reconsider focusing solely on her career. Stars (and was created by) Iliza Shlesinger. Also stars Ryan Hansen, Margaret Cho, and Rebecca Rittenhouse. Premieres June 23. (Netflix)• The Ice Road is an action movie that sees Liam Neeson playing an ice road truck driver who has to lead a rescue mission across a terrifying (and thawing) frozen ocean to try to save the victims of a remote collapsed diamond mine. Also stars Laurence Fishburne. Premieres June 25. (Netflix)• The Fear Street Trilogy is a series of horror movies that take place in 1994, 1978, and 1666, which are released as a three-week event on July 2, July 9, and July 16, respectively. Stars include Maya Hawke, Fred Hechinger, Jordana Spiro, and Gillian Jacobs. (Netflix)• 1971: The Year That Music Changed Everything is a docuseries about the music and musicians of 1971, who continue to influence the music world today, including The Rolling Stones, Aretha Franklin, Bob Marley, Marvin Gaye, The Who, Joni Mitchell, and Lou Reed. Premieres May 21. (Apple TV+)For all the latest TV and streaming trailers, subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel.CASTING: Disenchanted, the Enchanted Sequel, Finds Newcomer Gabriella Baldacchino Moving to the ‘Burbs With Mom and Dad Amy Adams and Patrick Dempsey (Photo by Walt Disney Studios)Disney+ has set the cast of Disenchanted, the live action musical comedy sequel to the Oscar-nominated movie Enchanted. Amy Adams, Patrick Dempsey, James Marsden, and Idina Menzel return from the original; newcomer Gabriella Baldacchino will play Morgan, the daughter of Giselle (Adams) and Robert Philip (Dempsey); and new cast members include Maya Rudolph as Malvina, Giselle’s new adversary in Monroeville, Kolton Stewart (Some Assembly Required) plays Malvina’s son, Yvette Nicole Brown will portray Rosalyn, Jayma Mays (Glee) will play Ruby, and Oscar Nunez will play Edgar. The sequel finds Giselle and Robert leaving Manhattan and moving to the ‘burbs.Jeremy Irvine (Treadstone) is a leading contender to play gay superhero Alan Scott (the first Green Lantern) in HBO Max’s Green Lantern series, Variety reports. Finn Wittrock (American Horror Story: Freak Show) has already been cast as Guy Gardner in the series.Add another one to the impressive Knives Out 2 cast list: One Night in Miami Oscar nominee and Hamilton star Leslie Odom Jr., who joins Daniel Craig, Edward Norton, Kathryn Hahn, Janelle Monae, and Dave Bautista to shoot the sequel for Netflix in Greece this summer. (THR)Jenna Ortega (Scream, The Fallout) has been cast in the Tim Burton-directed Wednesday, a live-action Netflix comedy about Addams Family daughter Wednesday Addams. The series will be not only Burton’s TV directing debut, but it will mark the first time Wednesday has been the star of her own adult vehicle, separate from her creepy, kooky, altogether ookie family. Netflix’s official description of the series: it is a “sleuthing, supernaturally infused mystery charting Wednesday Addams’ years as a student at Nevermore Academy. Wednesday s attempts to master her emerging psychic ability, thwart a monstrous killing spree that has terrorized the local town, and solve the supernatural mystery that embroiled her parents 25 years ago — all while navigating her new and very tangled relationships at Nevermore.” Al Gough and Miles Millar (Smallville) will be the Wednesday showrunners.Grey’s Anatomy alum Sara Ramirez has joined the Sex and the City reboot And Just Like That …, playing a non-binary queer comedian, Che Diaz, who hosts a podcast that Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker) frequently guests on. (TVLine)Noah Mills (The Falcon and the Winter Soldier) has joined the cast of CBS’s NCIS: Hawaii spin-off, where he’ll play a former homicide detective named Jesse, who moves to Hawaii to start a new life. (Variety)Cherry Jones will play a hospital administrator in Five Days at a Memorial, the limited series about the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, at Apple TV+. The Emmy and Tony winner will star with Vera Farmiga in the project, from Carlton Cuse and John Ridley, based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning book of the same name by author Sheri Fink.(Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)Jon Bernthal, Josh Charles, and Jamie Hector have joined the cast of We Own This City, HBO’s limited series about the Baltimore PD’s Gun Trace Task Force. The Walking Dead alum Bernthal will play a police sergeant at the center of the federal corruption case surrounding the Task Force, while Hector (The Wire) plays a BPD homicide detective who had to testify before the jury in the case, and Charles (The Good Wife) plays a Baltimore cop whose brutality on the job made him the subject of many complaints from the city’s residents. Based on the book of the same name by Baltimore Sun reporter Justin Fenton, the six-episode series is executive produced by The Wire producers David Simon and George Pelecanos.The second season of HBO’s The Righteous Gemstones is adding Eric Roberts, Eric Andre, and Jason Schwartzman to the cast of the televangelist family comedy. Roberts will play the son of John Goodman’s Eli, who suddenly re-enters his father’s life; Andrew plays a megachurch pastor from Texas; and Schwartzman plays a journalist doing a story on the Gemstone Salvation Center.The cast of Mindy Kaling’s HBO Max comedy The Sex Lives of College Girls has added Sherri Shepherd, Rob Huebel, and Nicole Sullivan to a line-up that stars Pauline Chalamet, Amrit Kaur, Reneé Rapp, and Alyah Chanelle Scott as the titular roommates at a prestigious New England college.Outlander star Graham McTavish has confirmed he is in the Game of Thrones prequel series House of the Dragon, though he declined to share any details about his role in the series about the ancestors of Daenerys Targaryen. Matt Smith, Paddy Considine, Olivia Cooke, Eve Best, Steve Toussaint, Rhys Ifans, and Sonoya Mizuno also star in the HBO series.HBO has added several cast members to its Watergate drama White House Plumbers, Variety reports, including Gary Cole, who will play the deputy director of the FBI, who was eventually revealed to be the famous “Deep Throat,” and John Carroll Lynch will play John Mitchell, the head of Richard Nixon’s re-election campaign. Nelson Ascencio,  Toby Huss, Zoe Levin, Zak Orth, Tony Plana, and Tre Ryder will also join leads Woody Harrelson and Justin Theroux, and supporting cast Lena Headey, Domhnall Gleeson, Kiernan Shipka, Ike Barinholtz, Yul Vazquez, David Krumholtz, Rich Sommer, Kim Coates, and Liam James in the five-episode project.PRODUCTION DEVELOPMENT: Arnold Schwarzenegger Father-Daughter Spy Series a Go a Netflix (Photo by The Chosunilbo JNS/Imazins via Getty Images)Netflix has picked up to series an untitled Arnold Schwarzenegger spy drama that is the action movie star’s first TV series. Ah-nold and Monica Barbaro (Top Gun: Maverick) will play a father and daughter who are forced to work together after learning they’ve both actually been working as CIA operatives for years. Schwarzenegger will also be an executive producer on the project.Like The Last Dance with Michael Jordan, The Captain is an upcoming ESPN docuseries that will include full access to its subject – New York Yankees legend and Baseball Hall of Fame member Derek Jeter. The series will be executive produced by Spike Lee, and is scheduled to premiere in 2022.Peacock has ordered a 10-episode season of Vampire Academy, another vampire drama from Julie Plec (The Vampire Diaries and The Originals). The series is an adaptation of a series of YA paranormal romance novels by international bestselling author Richelle Mead.Hulu will premiere McCartney 3,2,1 on July 16. The six episodes will feature Beatles legend Paul McCartney in conversation with super producer Rick Rubin, with McCartney doing a deep dive on “his life’s work – more than 50 years of culture-defining music” with the Beatles, Wings, and his decades of solo songwriting and singing.Great news for fans of Housewives and various people who sell real estate and work on yachts: BravoCon returns to New York City in October. Tons of “Bravolebrities” will be in attendance at the follow-up to the massively popular inaugural 2019 event, as well as series producers and the ring leader of the entire event, Andy Cohen.(Photo by Roy Rochlin/Getty Images)Kumail Nanjiani will star in and executive produce the eight-episode true story of Somen “Steve” Banerjee, the Indian-American entrepreneur who started Chippendales in Hulu’s Immigrant. Banerjee’s tale is, Hulu says, an “insane, darkly comedic, crime-ridden story” about his revue that became a pop culture phenomenon. Meanwhile, Discovery+ is producing Curse of the Chippendales, a four-part true crime docuseries that “tells the story of how a new kind of dance troupe took the L.A. nightclub scene by storm and ended up with international fame and untold wealth, along with bizarre murder plots and multiple deaths entwined in their legacy.”FX has ordered two seasons of Welcome to Wrexham, a docuseries that will unfold the story of how It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Mythic Quest creator Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds bought one of the world’s oldest professional football (soccer) teams. McElhenney and Reynolds were social media pals when they teamed up in 2020 to buy the struggling British team from Wrexham, a working-class town in North Wales, UK. The series will document their efforts to make the underdog Red Dragons a comeback story, as well as the actors’ commitment to doing right by the townspeople rooting for the team. The Red Dragons were founded in 1864, and currently compete in the National League, the fifth tier of the English football league system.Issa Rae is bring back Project Greenlight, the HBO reality series in which the next generation of female filmmakers are given the chance to direct a film. The eight-episode series will find Rae mentoring the women along the way, as they make a film that will then premiere on HBO Max.30 Rock alum Jack McBrayer will produce and star in an Apple TV+ kids series called Hello, Jack! The Kindness Show, a live-action series that uses McBrayer’s infectious humor and positivity to teach children how to solve problems with “The Three Cs”: Caring, Connection, and Cascading from one person to another. McBrayer created the series with Angela C. Santomero, co-creator of Blues Clues and the author of the book Radical Kindness.WarnerMedia is celebrating the 20th anniversary of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone with a five-night event that includes four one-hour quiz shows that will give Potter fans the chance to share their knowledge of the Potterverse, followed by a retrospective special on the movie. The event will premiere on HBO Max, Cartoon Network, and TBS at the same time, later this year.J.J. Abrams, Matt Reeves, and Batman: The Animated Series co-creator Bruce Timm (one of the gold standards for superhero storytelling) are executive producing Batman: Caped Crusader, a new animated reimagining of the Batman mythology for HBO Max and Cartoon Network. The networks are also teaming up for My Adventures with Superman, another animated series that will feature The Boys star Jack Quaid as the voice of Superman/Clark Kent.Adult Swim is launching four new digital shorts that are spin-offs inspired by characters from Rick and Morty, Your Pretty Face Is Going to Hell, Robot Chicken, and Aqua Teen Hunger Force. The online series will feature all new storylines, and will premiere later this season. Each spin-off series – The Vindicators, with superhero characters from Rick and Morty; Alabama Jackson, a time traveler played by Donald Faison, who also created the character during a Robot Chicken panel at San Diego Comic Con; Aquadonk Side Pieces, a where are they now continuation of the Aqua Teen world; and Your Pretty Face Is Going to Hell: The Animated Series, a fifth season of the comedy, now animated – will consist of eight to 10 episodes.

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A Quiet Place Part II may have fallen to second place (barely), but these are all fairly solid numbers in its favor. The first film dropped just 34.3% during its second weekend to .97 million and was bested by Rampage by less than million; Part II fell 59% this weekend to .5 million, which is a much steeper drop than fellow million Memorial Day weekend films (Madagascar, Kung Fu Panda 2, 2005’s The Longest Yard), which fell between 40.5-49.9%, but it is in the vicinity of Godzilla vs. Kong, which fell 56.9% off its opening weekend after a front-loaded Wednesday-Thursday start and million less in its Friday-Sunday weekend than the Quiet Place sequel.Krasinski’s film is becoming the new standard to beat in this period, taking in over million in its first 10 days, and is hoping to pass GvK to become the first film since Sonic the Hedgehog on February 23, 2020 to gross 0 million. After 3,000 this weekend, GvK stands at .1 million; if Quiet falls off just 55% or less from last week s weekdays haul, it could reach 0 million by Thursday. A Quiet Place Part II is currently on pace somewhere between Mad Max: Fury Road and Terminator Salvation, which would put it on the path for somewhere between 0 million and 140 million when all is said and done. It’s nice to be able to consider first estimates again as theaters begin to make their comeback.Meanwhile, Cruella – which, like A Quiet Place II this weekend, made news when it was announced a sequel was on the way – took in .2 million this weekend, which is the third-best second weekend of the pandemic era. But the .6 million it has made to date puts it in the territory of After Earth and Battleship, two notorious failures for their studios that finished with million and million domestically. Even aided by international grosses of 3 million and 7 million, they were expensive failures. Cruella’s costs have been widely disparate in reports, but the answer is likely somewhere between the 0 million and 9 million budgets of those summertime busts, and Disney’s film has only made million internationally so far, less than the premium streaming total of -plus million it made last weekend. They must be feeling optimistic given the sequel announcement.On These Dates In Box Office History

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5.68.8 0月喜迎The wait is FINALLY over: Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman 1984 is arriving on HBO Max and in theaters (where safe) on Christmas Day – and the director and her star could not be more excited to share the hotly anticipated sequel with the world. The film, in which Gal Gadot reprises her role as Diana Prince/Wonder Woman, largely takes place in 1980s Washington D.C., giving Jenkins ample opportunity to play with big Pop colors and trends of the era – shoulder pads! – as well as themes and ideas rooted in that time of American excess. Ahead of the movie’s release, Rotten Tomatoes Editor Jacqueline Coley spoke with Gadot and Jenkins about creating epic action scenes with co-star Kristen Wiig and why the 1980s was the perfect time period in which to tell this story. Plus, Jenkins shares her vision for upcoming epic Cleopatra, which will see her reteaming with Gadot, who will take on the title role.Wonder Woman 1984 is in theaters and streaming on HBO Max on December 25, 2020. On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
Toy Story 4. Bring on Bill Ted Face the Music. Adam DriverDriver showed why he s one of the most in-demand stars of the day, pulling off an emotional turnaround in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywaker as well as awards-worthy work in The Report and Marriage Story. He somehow made time to fight zombies, too, in The Dead Don t Die.Robert PattinsonPattinson continued his indie streak, first in Claire Denis s mind-bending space thriller, High Life, and then in Robert Eggers rain-soaked two-hander, The Lighthouse. His hilarious turn as the dauphin in The King was only upstaged by the announcement he would be the next Batman.Scarlett JohanssonIf it wasn t enough that Johansson earned two Oscar nominations this year – Best Supporting Actress for Jojo Rabbit and Best Actress for Marriage Story – she also played a pivotal role in the biggest movie of the year, and all time, Avengers: Endgame.Bong Joon HoKorean filmmaker Bong Joon-ho pulled off what no one before him ever had: winning the Oscar for Best Picture with a foreign-language movie. That film, Parasite, made more than 0 million worldwide, win four Oscars total (along with the Palme d Or), and made Bong a household name in the U.S.« Previous Category Next Category »
meanwhile in the upside down pic.twitter.com/BtPlMjy0pS Stranger Things (@Stranger_Things) October 1, 2020Filming had only been underway for about a month when the COVID-19 pandemic cut production short, but it resumed again at the very end of September. Needless to say, the show was certainly not going to be ready to air until the latter half of 2021 at the earliest. Up to this point, each season came out around the time of year when it took place — i.e. Season 2 took place around Halloween and was released in October, Season 3 took place over summer break and came out around the 4th of July — and the fact that the upcoming season takes place during the school year (and, judging from social media clues, in the fall) led us to believe Season 4 could have potentially premiered in the fall of 2021. Then, of course, we got the teaser released on August 6, 2021, which didn t show us much of anything new, but declared that Season 4 would drop sometime in 2022. Is it possible that Netflix will hold it until the fall of 2022 to keep with tradition? Maybe, but that means we ve got a long wait ahead of us.Will There Be More?There had been plenty of speculation that the fourth season of Stranger Things would be the last — especially since the young actors definitely don t look like middle schoolers anymore. But in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Ross Duffer said that the story isn t wrapping up just yet. Season 4 won t be the end, he said. We know what the end is, and we know when it is. [The pandemic-induced shut-down] has given us time to look ahead, figure out what is best for the show. Starting to fill that out gave us a better idea of how long we need to tell that story. What s Up With This Eleven Teaser?While there s still no premiere date, the powers that be at Netflix know that multiple years is way too long to go without any new Stranger Things content whatsoever — which is why they released a new (mysterious, of course) teaser in May hinting at some previously unrevealed information about Season 4.The minute-long clip is focused on Eleven, featuring what appears to be a flashback of the facility where our favorite superpowered teen was raised. As the clock strikes 3 (you ll recall we know episode 2 is titled  Tick Tok Mr. Clock ), children play games (including what looks like Demogorgon chess — Queen s Gambit crossover confirmed! kidding) in a medical/science-type facility. A magic 8 ball reads signs point to yes and a Plinko game with discs that landed on numbers 4, 7 and 8. A man says, Good morning, children as the camera pans to a door with 11 on it — and our Eleven (played by Brown), startled, opens her eyes. What does it mean?! And are we getting more?! That s up to us to analyze and wait until Netflix decides to give us some more info.Stranger Things 4 will premiere on Netflix in 2022.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

Adjusted Score: -1% Critics Consensus: A stellar series perfect for anyone looking for a little hope, Stargirl is delightful fun the whole family can enjoy.
(Photo by Fox Searchlight / courtesy Everett Collection)20 Movies To Watch If You Loved Jojo RabbitWhen director Taika Waititi isn t busy making Thor the funniest character in the MCU, he takes the time to stay true to his quirky indie roots, releasing movies like Jojo Rabbit. It s about a young Nazi boy with an imaginary Hitler friend, whose mother is hiding a Jewish teenaged girl in their home. It s also up for Best Picture in this year s Oscars race.It s a high-wire act mining jokes out of World War II, and when the film came out there were immediate and mostly favorable comparisons to Jojo s forebears like Charlie Chaplin s The Great Dictator, To Be or Not to Be, Life Is Beautiful, and the original The Producers. And speaking of Mel Brooks, he lends his wisdom for documentary The Last Laugh, which explores the boundaries of humor in the face of human horror and catastrophe. Meanwhile, Train of Life is just as funny as any of the movies mentioned so far, and remains criminally underseen.Using a child s perspective to explore the origins and horrors of World War II is an evocative yet risky technique. If successful, it creates empathy in the viewer. When it fails, critics and audiences will deem it exploitative. Come and See is arguably the most memorable of this type of film, but be warned it is not a comedy and will mess you up. It s also a masterpiece. Forbidden Games and Au Revoir Les Enfants are gentler classics, and just about as affecting and powerful. If you re not a blubbering mess by the end of those and want even more World War II movies from kids point of views, try The Tin Drum, The Diary of Anne Frank, or The Boy In the Striped Pajamas.Beyond World War II, there have been a lot of great films as seen through the eyes of youth that unearth truths for people across all ages. Peter Brook s adaptation of The Lord of the Flies explores how authoritarian tendencies develop organically when left unchecked. Pan s Labyrinth uses fantasy to help a young girl engage with and escape the darkness of reality. Beasts of the Southern Wild, Where the Wild Things Are, and The Florida Project all use the power of imagination to create better worlds for their young heroes.And if you re just looking for a rousing adventure of young lovers on the run (and also in scouting uniforms), see Moonrise Kingdom by Wes Anderson. Waititi shares the same comedic sensibility and timing as Anderson, as seen in Jojo Rabbit and his earlier efforts, Boy and Hunt for the Wilderpeople.
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Today s Ketchup brings you another 10 headlines from the world of film development news, covering such titles such as Morbius, a Baby Driver sequel, and a new female-led Fast Furious spinoff.This WEEK S TOP STORYJAMES GANDOLFINI S SON WILL PLAY YOUNG TONY SOPRANO(Photo by Jason Smith/Everett Collection)HBO s The Sopranos obviously had a single lead, but James Gandolfini was supported by a large ensemble cast, so the prequel movie The Many Saints of Newark is likely to have a large cast as well. The main character in this story about the 1967 Newark race riots will be Dickie Moltisanti (played by Alessandro Nivola), the father of Christopher Moltisanti from The Sopranos. ( Moltisanti translates from Italian as many saints. ) We ve also learned recently of the casting of first Jon Bernthal (The Punisher) and Vera Farmiga (Bates Motel), rumored to play Tony Soprano s parents, and then Corey Stoll (Ant-Man) and Billy Magnussen (Game Night). We know from The Sopranos that Tony Soprano was around during this era, and now we also know that young Tony will be played by James Gandolfini s actual son, Michael Gandolfini, who was also in HBO s The Deuce. Gandolfini won the opportunity to reprise his father s most famous role following an extensive audition process [and] his screen presence, mastery of Tony’s mannerisms, coupled with his resemblance to the elder Gandolfini made him the standout choice for the role because no one there understood the character better. New Line Cinema is expected to open The Many Saints of Newark in wide release theatrically, in either late 2019 or sometime in 2020.Fresh Developments1. BIRD BOX REUNION: NETFLIX AND SANDRA BULLOCK ARE REBORN(Photo by Netflix)Netflix famously does not disclose viewership numbers for most of their shows and movies. (Very often, pundits are left to guess at numbers based on social media reactions.) That s why it was significant a few weeks back when the streaming giant confirmed that over 45,000,000 accounts had viewed the thriller Bird Box, breaking the company s first seven days record. Just after Bird Box celebrated the end of its first month on Netflix, the news broke that the company and its Bird Box star are reuniting for another genre-based book adaptation. Sandra Bullock, Netflix, and the producers of IT are teaming up to adapt Mark Millar s comic book Reborn, which will be directed by Chris McKay (The LEGO Batman Movie, Certified Fresh at 90%). Reborn joins a busy slate for Chris McKay, who is also developing adaptations of Jonny Quest, Nightwing (AKA Dick Grayson), and Dungeons Dragons, all for Warner Bros. Bullock is expected to star as an 80-year-old woman who dies in a Manhattan hospital to find herself Reborn in the afterlife world of Adystria, a magical land of monsters and dragons where good and evil are waging an eternal war. Reborn was written by Kick-Ass and Kingsman creator Mark Millar, who signed a lucrative deal in 2017 that also includes Netflix shows based on Millar s American Jesus and Jupiter s Legacy.2. EDGAR WRIGHT WORKING ON BABY DRIVER SEQUEL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL HORROR FILM(Photo by Wilson Webb/TriStar)It has now been over 18 months since the release of Baby Driver, the long-in-development heist movie from director Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz), following his high profile departure from Ant-Man. Wright continues to move forward on a sequel, a script for which he says exists in a first draft. In the meantime, he s now preparing to direct another original project this summer. We don t know a title or any casting yet, but Edgar Wright s next film will reportedly be a psychological horror film with a female lead set in the Soho district of contemporary London. Exact story details aren t available, but Wright has cited both Don t Look Now and Repulsion as inspirations, which suggests a film filled with hallucinations and paranoia.3. RON HOWARD TO ADAPT BESTSELLING HILLBILLY ELEGY FOR NETFLIX (Photo by Jaap Buitendijk/Universal Pictures)Netflix currently has their most ambitious project to date, Martin Scorsese s 5+ million mobster epic The Irishman, in post-production, aiming for 2019 s awards season, and is showing little signs of slowing down in their pursuit for major productions. The latest example came this morning with the news that Netflix is committing million to produce director Ron Howard s adaptation of the bestselling book Hillbilly Elegy. J.D. Vance s book is a memoir about his childhood growing up in a small town in Ohio after his family moves there from the Appalachian area of Kentucky. Howard and his Imagine Entertainment have a long relationship with Universal Pictures, so the move to Netflix is a major development, with the budget Netflix was willing to put up reportedly being the deciding factor. Ron Howard is coming off last year s Solo: A Star Wars Story and is currently working on a documentary about opera star Luciano Pavarotti. Hillbilly Elegy is being adapted by screenwriter Vanessa Taylor, who co-wrote The Shape of Water and is also working on the Elizabeth Holmes/Theranos movie Bad Blood.4. NICOLAS CAGE WILL FREAK OUT WHEN HE SEES THE COLOR OUT OF SPACE(Photo by RLJE Films)Horror writer H.P. Lovecraft (1890-1937) may have been one of the most influential writers of the 20th century, but big budget Hollywood has largely ignored his works (although there have been dozens of independent movies). If there s a single story that best exemplifies the difficulty in adapting Lovecraft to film, it just might be the 1927 short story  The Colour Out of Space. That s because the premise revolves around what scientists call an impossible color (basically, a color that humans can t perceive). Put another way, you can t very well film a color which your human audience can t see. Well, that story is indeed getting its own movie, Color Out of Space, with Nicolas Cage reuniting with the producers of Mandy (Certified Fresh at 92%). Cage will play a New England small town farmer whose life is turned topsy-turvy following the crash of a meteorite that brings the titular color to Earth. Color Out of Space will be directed by South African director Richard Stanley (Hardware, Dust Devil) as his first feature film in over 20 years since he was (reportedly) fired from directing 1996 s The Island of Dr. Moreau.5. VIN DIESEL CONFIRMS PLANS FOR FEMALE-CENTRIC FAST FURIOUS SPINOFF (Photo by Scott Garfield/Universal Pictures)As of next Friday, we will be within six months of Fast Furious Presents: Hobbs Shaw, the spinoff starring Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham. Filming of the next entry (Fast Furious 9) of the main Fast Furious franchise will reportedly begin in April, but Vin Diesel confirmed this week that a third branch of the family tree is now being officially developed. Diesel and his producer sister Samantha Vincent took to Instagram to reveal that they have hired three screenwriters to work on a female protagonist-led Fast Furious spinoff. Lindsey Beer co-wrote next year s post-apocalyptic thriller Chaos Walking (starring Tom Holland and Daisy Ridley), and is also working on reboots of Short Circuit and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Geneva Robertson-Dworet co-wrote Captain Marvel and last year s Tomb Raider. As for Nicole Perlman, she co-wrote Guardians of the Galaxy (co-starring Vin Diesel), and is also working on Detective Pikachu, the Labyrinth remake, and Marvel Studios Black Widow. We don t know yet who will star in the spinoff, but Michelle Rodriguez is probably at the top of the list.6. THIS WEEK IN RELEASE DATES: THE CRAWL, JOHN CENA S PLAYING WITH FIRE, BAD NEWS FOR THE LOUD HOUSE(Photo by Mary Cybulski/Universal Pictures)Paramount Pictures announced release dates for two films this week and yanked another project from their schedule completely, signalling that the project has probably been cancelled. The Crawl is a natural disaster horror film about a young woman who becomes trapped in a flooding house during a Category 5 hurricane and must battle against Florida’s most savage and feared predators, and it s now scheduled for August 23, 2019, up against Angel Has Fallen (the sequel to Olympus Has Fallen and London Has Fallen). Playing with Fire is a family comedy about three orphaned kids sent to separate foster homes, with wrestler-turned-actor John Cena starring, along with Judy Greer, John Leguizamo, and Keegan-Michael Key. Playing with Fire is scheduled for March 20, 2020 (the week before Disney s Mulan remake, and Paramount s G.I. Joe spinoff Snake Eyes). Finally, Paramount has pulled a movie based on the Nickelodeon animated series The Loud House from their slate, where it had formerly been scheduled for February 7, 2020.7. FORMER DOCTOR WHO MATT SMITH JOINS JARED LETO IN SONY/MARVEL S MORBIUS(Photo by BBC courtesy Everett Collection)Following the box office success of Venom (5 million globally as #6 for 2018) and the acclaim and awards given to Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Sony Pictures is moving forward confidently with their plans to adapt their share of Marvel s properties. Jared Leto has been attached to star as the vampire anti-hero Morbius for a while now (with July 10, 2020 speculated to be the film s target date). The second actor to join Morbius will be Matt Smith, who is still best known to American audiences for playing the 11th incarnation of BBC s Doctor Who. Smith s role is currently unknown, but Collider is speculating that he may play Loxias Crown, a friend of the scientist Michael Morbius who takes the same serum but is transformed into a more evil bloodthirsty creature. In related news, we also learned this week that transgender actor Zach Barack has been cast in this summer s Spider-Man: Far from Home (7/5/2019) in what is a groundbreaking first for a superhero movie of this scale.8. GINA RODRIGUEZ TO STAR IN LONG-IN-DEVELOPMENT BOBBIE SUE (Photo by John Castillo/Indomina Releasing)The fifth and final season of the CW series Jane the Virgin is set to debut in March, and its star Gina Rodriguez is continuing to seek more movie roles (like last year s Annihilation) to expand her career past television. With that in mind, Warner Bros. has cast Rodriguez to star as Bobbie Sue, which has been in development since 2008. (At one point Cameron Diaz had been attached to star.) Rodriguez will play a young woman from South Boston who is a scrappy, headstrong young lawyer who lands a career-making case with an upper crust law firm, only to realize she’s been hired for optics and not her expertise. Bobbie Sue will be directed by Charles Stone III, whose most recent film was last year s Uncle Drew (63%), and who also directed Drumline (Certified Fresh at 82%) and the baseball comedy Mr. 3000 (54%).Rotten Idea1. KEVIN HART JOINS BODY-SWAP COMEDY BLACK FRIDAY(Photo by Warner Bros.)Put simply, a movie star s box office status is not defined simply by being in very successful films, but also by their ability to ensure that people will buy tickets for films they might not otherwise. The million opening weekend for The Upside was not itself huge, but significantly more than one might otherwise think a remake of a French movie from 2011 might be. In the last two weeks, Hollywood has been making deals quickly with Kevin Hart s people, which last week alone included signing Hart to star in the Monopoly movie and a tragic drama called Fatherhood. This week, STXfilms signed Hart for two comedies, the first of which will be a body swapping fantasy called Black Friday, which will be followed by an untitled international romantic comedy. No other details were revealed about Black Friday, but the title suggests it might the body swapping might be racial in nature. We re calling this a Rotten Idea because STXfilms The Upside earned a 39% Tomatometer.
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2022-01-18

亚博ag (Photo by Neilson Barnard/Getty Images)Alan Silvestri has composed the music for 17 of Robert Zemeckis movies, which sounds like a perpetual golden ticket to Oscar glory. Instead, Silvestri has only been nominated once for Best Original Score: for 1994 s Forrest Gump, which fell to The Lion King. Silvestri will have to take cold comfort in the fact his scores are among the most beloved and remembered in contemporary movie history, a body of work including the Back to the Future trilogy, Predator, The Polar Express, and now the Avengers theme.He entered the Marvel Cinematic Universe scoring Captain America: The First Avenger, returning a year later for 2012 s The Avengers, introducing a now iconic theme that has carried into Age of Ultron, Infinity War, and now Endgame. With the dust settling on the MCU s blockbuster emotion-wringer, Silvestri spoke on the origins of the Avengers theme, the temptation of using themes for every superhero, and his favorite Endgame musical moment.Spoiler warning for Avengers: Endgame!Alex Vo for Rotten Tomatoes: What were the origins of the Avengers theme? When did you start working on it, and when did you know you had it?Alan Silvestri: I had done Captain America for Marvel and got a call from Kevin Feige and Joss Whedon about Avengers. And they were very interested in exploring some possibility of [what] would become the Avengers theme. Time went on and I started to work my way into the film. When the mission is something like [coming up] with an overall theme, I try to find some place in the film that is going to be the quintessential spot where whatever the theme is, it s going to have to work here.I wound up going to that place in the film where they re all gathered and they re in the midst of this battle, and it s right after Banner arrives on a motorcycle. And it was such an interesting place in that film because these folks are in the middle of this big battle and it s all terrible and dangerous. All of a sudden they re in the town square, shoulder to shoulder, and nobody s moving. They re just literally posing. And it was the iconic Marvel still of the Avengers. And so the theme, whatever it was going to be, had to really carry that moment and help. I knew it had to be something heroic. Long, heroic, brass-filled notes in this melody, but we were also in the middle of this battle. So we needed to keep the energy up. So there s this string ostinato that that keeps the sense of drive. One thing led to another and that that s what came out, and it has lived on through the Avengers films, which has been fantastic.(Photo by Marvel Studios)Rotten Tomatoes: Iconic superhero themes usually serve one person, like Batman or Superman. What was the challenge in scoring a group?Silvestri: We talked early on in Avengers, and we also revisited the conversation in Infinity War and Endgame, about how you actually approach the characters thematically. Or how you don t approach them. I mean, clearly the Avengers experiment had to do with this collection of superheroes now fighting together as a team. And so, the conversation would come up: Are we going to really play a theme for each of the individuals and then have an Avengers theme or not? Certainly in Endgame, because of the sheer number of characters, we felt like the music had to hold things together and unify the film, and that if every one of these characters had their own signature themes, it could wind up doing just the opposite and become too distracting and fragmented.So again, the theme had to work for the collective, for the Avengers as a group, even though we did some call outs in all the films to some specific characters. Natasha had her bit of a theme in the original Avengers. Thanos clearly had his theme in Infinity War and Endgame. We tried to view the film musically from the point of view of the group. And the other interesting thing we found: With the Avengers theme, a little goes a long way. It’s a very simple, identifiable piece of thematic material, and you can abuse it just as easily as you can use it. So we knew we had to be very judicious in when and how we used the theme.Rotten Tomatoes: The actors don t get the full script for these movies. At what point are you brought in the process, especially for Infinity War and Endgame? Do you know all the story beats ahead of time?Silvestri: Yeah, I actually do. I actually know everything, and I have everything as it s being recorded. I have to be looking at the entire arc of the film all the time. Otherwise you really couldn t have the kind of overview, a sensibility that the score has to really bring to the film.Rotten Tomatoes: There’s an Endgame track called “The How Works” which I think is vital to the movie: It plays as the movie sells to the audience it s going all-in on time travel. Then the song has a flute rendition of the Avengers theme. Then it goes into crime jazz, a heist theme. Are there any limitations on where you can go on these movies?Silvestri: No, and I think that s one of the fun parts of the letting the movie take you to where it wants to go. And it s one of the nice things about having a simple, identifiable theme: It can be dressed in many, many different ways. And Marvel is known for having fun and for having humor in their films. And you used the word: heist. We just knew that we would have some fun with those traditional sounding, caper-type movies. And yet, our theme had to travel along with those kinds of settings. So we re using bongo drums and flutes and triangles and all of these rhythms. And it s kind of like a spy movie, but at the same time we have our Avengers theme being there. So we had a lot of fun.Rotten Tomatoes: Due to the emotional nature of Endgame, there were a lot of soft moments: Tony floating in space, Cap seeing Peggy, or Tony giving Cap his shield back, which uses a reprise of The First Avenger theme. Did you find there were more opportunities for the music to breathe in Endgame compared to Infinity War or the other Avengers?Silvestri: I think absolutely. I think that was really what Endgame was going to be about. It was going to be about resolution of 21 films worth of characters. It’s why the film was as long as it was. I think that the Russo brothers knew, and the writers knew, that it was going to take some time to resolve these relationships. Hawkeye and Natasha, Tony and Pepper… So there was a lot more air and a lot of these quiet scenes. Even with a scene like Thor and his mother. Just spectacular emotional moments. And so it was an opportunity, in what at face value would be considered a big action superhero film, to have a lot of quiet emotional places for music. And for the performances of the actors as well.(Photo by Marvel Studios)Rotten Tomatoes: Infinity War s fallen reappearing on the battlefield is going to be a defining image for a generation of moviegoers. How did you approach “Portals” for this?Silvestri: “Portals” was one of those scenes that the filmmakers identified early on as being a key moment, and potentially an historic moment in the entire Marvel universe. There were a number of different approaches that we took. And it took us a little while get a sense of what was really happening there. Again, you have that temptation with the reveal of all of these magnificent historic Marvel characters, there s this temptation to kind of become too segmented, and for every entrance to be doing something special and something different. And the more we worked on it and tried that actually, we saw that it just really wasn t working. It needed to be seen with much more of an overview and much more of a celebratory and promising sensibility, [rather than], “Here s this one and here s this one, and now this one.” The audience understands that.But the overriding emotion is, “Look what s happening. They re all coming, we re seeing them all, they re all coming back. They ve all come back to life.” So it wound up with much more of an overview. And then [we used a] new theme there because there was really nothing else that was gonna really take care of it. And it s one of those pieces where it s the same theme repeated a number of times, keys changing, getting bigger and more grand. And we knew that at the end of all this, we had to really set up the original Avengers theme after Cap delivers that amazing Avengers assemble line, which he almost whispers. Then we come in full bore with the original Avengers theme when the charge begins. So it took a while for us to find what would be the most satisfying approach. And I think we finally arrived at something that s working pretty well.Rotten Tomatoes: Do you have a favorite musical moment from Endgame?Silvestri: Well, I think that that almost falls into the category of which is your favorite child. It was interesting when I was early on working on the film. There’s the end of the film when Tony has left us and we have now maybe five or six minutes, with basically everyone who s been in the Marvel films attending the ceremony. That was a very challenging place, wondering what am I going to do for that. It needed to have a sense of reverence, a sense of gravity, yet it had to have a sense of beauty and promise and resolution. It was almost too terrifying to go there and work on it. I was working on the cue in the beginning of the film when Tony s stranded in space and finishes his message to Pepper. He puts his jacket on and he lies down, and there s just a very kind of simple, electronic, single instrument playing this theme that carries us from there, through Tony being put in the chair by Nebula.When I found that, I somehow knew that that was going to be the key to that amazing ceremony at the end of the film. And we never hear that again until the end of the film. But it was one of those things that was so great when I found it, to know that I don t have to be as terrified of the end of the movie now because I think I may have found a key in the very first reel. So that was very exciting to be sure.(Photo by Marvel Studios)Rotten Tomatoes: Before we go, I have to tell you: Even before I knew I was doing this interview, I re-watched Flight of the Navigator a few days ago.Silvestri: Wow! Haha!Rotten Tomatoes: It made me realize your theme was the first piece of music I connected with on an emotional level. I must’ve been 6 or 7. Thank you for that. Do you have any particular memories or stories from that movie?Silvestri: I remember I did that all electronically. And that I think was really driven by the budget for the the film. And I just have to say it s wonderful for you to say nice things about that, because every time I do a film I try to do the best I can. And I ve done a tremendous range of films and some people would say, “Well, that wasn t the best film you ever did,” and “Why did you do that?” and “Why did you do this film?” Clearly, Flight of the Navigator was a well-made film. But it was not a big budget film. It was very sweet, charming. I can only say I m trying to do the same job there as I was trying to do on Endgame, from the point of view of doing the best I can with what I m doing today.

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2022-01-18
亚博ag
亚博ag
2022-01-18

When comic book writer Marv Wolfman set out to write the 1985 comic book series Crisis on Infinite Earths, he had a key goal in mind: cleaning up DC Comics’ convoluted cosmology of parallel worlds, imaginary stories, and impenetrable lore. The company was, as Arrow executive producer Marc Guggenheim recently put it, “flirting with bankruptcy” and there was a general sense its multiverse was a barrier to attracting new readers. So the story’s aim was to fold down DC’s conflicting ideas into something more accessible. But in talking with Wolfman, Guggenheim learned he also wanted to “make the DC Universe a bit more sophisticated” and modernize the characters for what is now known as the Bronze Age of comics, he told members of the media, including Rotten Tomatoes, during a press preview this week.But for the Arrowverse’s “Crisis on Infinite Earths” five-episode crossover event, starting this Sunday on Supergirl, the goal was something different.“We’ve never felt [our] multiverse is too complex,” Guggenheim explained.Like many DC Comics crossovers, the opportunity to “fix” aspects of the individual shows will be available to their respective creative teams should they deem it necessary, of course. In terms of story, though, “Crisis” homes in on the big emotions of the original comic book storyline — a tale which is both the end of one era and the beginning of another.“We wanted the characters to go through something incredibly significant,” DC’s Legends of Tomorrow co-showrunner Keto Shimizu said. “That’s what grounds this and makes this Crisis important on a deep ‘heart’ level. It brings [the characters on each show] closer together [emotionally].”

亚博ag “放置游戏区别于一般手游,是把核心玩法的操作简化为全自动或允许全自动,基本摒弃了验证反馈受玩家操作的影响。单纯从设计上说放置游戏,即通过放置的方式替代了核心战斗的游戏设计。但是从体验上来说,部分玩家也期待放置游戏有更简洁易懂的外围养成玩法(或者说更线性的养成体验),所以放置游戏在设计上的资源投放节奏可能也和一般游戏有一点差异。”——一位资深游戏从业者B谈了自己对于放置游戏的定义与看法。

2022-01-18
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