bob综合vip采用百度引擎7（Baidu 9）Get an update on the streaming home of some favorite series (especially Friends), George Clooney s Catch-22 costume, Daniel Radcliffe s mortality, and more.TOP STORYUnlike the Batsuit, George Clooney’s Catch-22 Costume Doesn’t Have NipplesLike most Americans, George Clooney read Catch-22 in high school. But he didn’t fully consider novel’s importance until he re-read it after writer Luke Davies sent him the scripts for the project that became Hulu’s miniseries adaptation.“I loved the style of writing which was different than the kind of writing we had read. But I was pretty young, and so I just liked the character, and I thought it was fun, the actor and executive producer told reporters at the Television Critics Association winter press tour in Los Angeles on Monday. I reread it when we were sent the scripts to do, and I hadn’t read it in — you know, high school was 15 years ago — and I hadn’t read it in a long time. So it was really fun and exciting to go back and read and understand why this book lasted and stands the test of time.”Joseph Heller’s 1961 novel is told in a non-chronological way, but the series streamlines the narrative to flow in a way that might be easier for audiences to consume.“We really hope that we’ve retained the kaleidoscopic madness of the novel; but, no, the show really flows through [main character] Yossarian’s perspective,” Davies said. “The world is in chaos around him, but we honed in on Yossarian’s character. I mean, the novel does do that, too, but the novel jumps all over the place and spends a lot of time on other characters at different times. But there’s barely a single scene in the entire six hours in which Chris [Abbott, star] is not either in it or very close by implicitly.”Added Clooney, “It’s a lot more linear than the book, for sure.”The production flew two authentic B-25 bomber planes from the U.S. to where they filmed in Sardinia, which required lots of planning.“They can go about five hours in the air and they don’t have heating so they’re wearing parkas and they’ve got oxygen masks, Clooney, who plays Scheisskopf, explained. And they flew — because you can’t fly over the whole ocean; they had to fly up past Greenland and bounce back all the way — seven stops to get there. So it’s pretty interesting, when they showed up, we were all standing out on the tarmac cheering.”It might’ve been a huge effort, but it also helped the stars get into character.“I didn’t actually fly in them because that would be extremely dangerous, Abbott said. But even just to ride it at about one mile an hour down a runway was scary enough. …Being in that nose cone [is] a vulnerable place. It gets really hot. It’s glass and it’s sunny. So it adds heat to the whole situation. It’s very small. It’s claustrophobic. …You’re reminded not how basic it is, but you feel like you’re driving an old Chevy in a weird way. It’s not as computerized as you would think it is. It’s very mechanical. Everything’s very tangible and beautiful also.”The military uniforms also helped establish the characters.“You feel an incredible sense of responsibility to generations, particularly that generation considered the Greatest Generation. I will say that as an actor in general — with the exception of the Batsuit — any time you put on a costume it does help you get into character considerably. I was sad there weren’t nipples,” Clooney quipped.Friends Could Leave Netflix for Good(Photo by ©Warner Bros/Everett Collection)Netflix made a deal reportedly worth 0 million to ensure it would be able to stream Friends throughout 2019, but it’s likely that the sitcom will have a new home in 2020.Kevin Reilly, the chief creative officer of the upcoming streaming service WarnerMedia (which will likely be the new streaming home of Warner Bros. expansive content library) told reporters on Monday that the studio’s biggest hits will likely move from their current homes to the new service, which is expected to launch in the last quarter of 2019.“You can expect the crown jewels of Warner [including Friends] will ultimately end up on the new service,” Reilly said, also clarifying that they won’t appear on other services. “For the most part, sharing destination assets is not a good model. My belief is they should be exclusive to the service.”That also means CW’s hits, including Riverdale and the Arrowverse shows, which currently hit Netflix a week after their season finales air on the network, would also eventually move to WarnerMedia’s service.“We’re very interested in putting that on our platform,” Reilly said.Why Is Daniel Radcliffe Questioning His Own Mortality?New TBS comedy Miracle Workers stars Steve Buscemi as a checked-out God and Daniel Radcliffe as a low-level angel tasked with forcing two humans to fall in love in order to prevent Earth’s destruction and save the human race. While it does put spirituality into the context of the modern world, it’s not a religious satire“I wouldn’t describe our show as religious satire. It’s more of an existential show. It’s closer to something like Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy,” creator Simon Rich said. “It is more about what it means to be a human being on Earth. It was always my hope to try to portray a vision of heaven that’s consistent with our experience of being on this planet, and if you walk around on this planet it sometimes feels like things happen randomly and irrationally and unfairly and horribly all of the time, and so I thought, well, maybe one explanation for that would be that the guy upstairs is in the midst of a full-on midlife crisis, and the people who work for him are in a system that is hopelessly mismanaged at every single level. So that was kind of the genesis of it.“In our show, God is the founder and CEO of Heaven, Inc. and he is very human, Rich continued. He has real flaws. He started Earth with a lot of good intentions and, unfortunately, the project just got way too hard for him to manage.”Rich described the series as “a cross between the Old Testament and Goonies,” but even with a fun, underdog bent, it is till serious subject matter. And that has inspired its stars to think a lot more about their own mortality.“I think about it constantly anyway,” Radcliffe said. “I think I’m quite morbid so I often do. And I think that this is such a fun world that Simon’s created. I don’t particularly believe in an afterlife, but if there was one and it was like this, I’d be very happy.”Added Buscemi, “If heaven is like [the one on the show], then I’m happy to go there because it seems like the technology in heaven has stopped, like, in the ’70s and that’s true with me. So I’d feel very comfortable there.”Read More: Exclusive interview with Radcliffe and his Miracle Workers costar Geraldine ViswanathanWhat Do Sarah Huckabee Sanders and Hulu’s Shrill Have in Common?The first season of Hulu’s comedy Shrill, starring Saturday Night Live’s Aidy Bryant and based on the novel of the same name by Lindy West, is a super-short six episodes. But that was the plan all along, considering Bryant’s day job.“I have a full-time job at SNL, and so we had this little window of my summer, basically, to write and shoot the whole thing. And there was truly no more time before I had to go back to New York,” Bryant explained. “So that’s why it’s six, but we really like it because it sort of became this tight, little character study of these six episodes.”The series deals with twentysomething Annie (Bryant) and her experiences as a fat woman living in Portland, Oregon. She’s not based on Bryant, nor is she based on West (though the show is based on some of West’s experiences), but she might be like one of Bryant’s SNL characters.“I think she’s a lot like Sarah Huckabee Sanders,” Bryant quipped. “No … I didn’t see a lot of fat women on television when I was growing up, and I always craved that. And so when I read Lindy’s book, there were so many things in there that I identified with, particularly the idea that the whole world is telling you you’re wrong for existing in the way that you are, even if you don’t feel that way, and you feel like, ‘I have something to offer this world, and why do I have to do it in a size 2 package?’ And I think that part of the book resonated with me so deeply that when I heard Elizabeth [Banks, executive producer] optioned it, I was like, ‘What are they making? I’ll do anything to get in there.’“I certainly think, in just the nature of a writers’ room, we all put ourselves into this character, she continued. And I think some of Annie’s apologetic nature is certainly maybe more my deal than Lindy’s, and trying to just be overly sweet to hide. Some of those things that we put into the show, I think, are maybe some of my characterization. She’s not exactly me, she’s not exactly Lindy. She’s someone else, and I think that’s healthy.”Patricia Arquette’s Transformation in The Act Is Just as Big as Escape At DannemoraPatricia Arquette’s turn as a homely prison guard in Showtime’s Escape at Dannemora required an extreme physical transformation, but instead of taking a job that required a lot less time in the makeup chair, she went immediately to Hulu’s new anthology series The Act. The Dannemora Golden Globe winner plays a mother who suffers from Munchausen syndrome by proxy and poisons her daughter, another extremely emotionally and physically demanding role. The season is based on Michelle Dean’s Buzzfeed News article Dee Dee Wanted Her Daughter To Be Sick, Gypsy Wanted Her Mom To Be Murdered,” a case that was profiled in 2017’s HBO documentary Mommy Dead and Dearest.“I had always been fascinated by this story of Munchausen by proxy, and Michelle had done this in-depth reporting and had a lot of information about this. I like this distorted love affair, but I am a little exhausted of playing crazy women,” Arquette said.Like her Dannemora character, Arquette’s Dee Dee thinks that she’s doing the right thing. That’s just one commonality between the two characters.“I think in general the choices that people and characters make they do because they have a reason to do it, and they create a logic that makes sense for them,” she said. “Whether people think they’re good people or bad people, or their choices are good choices or bad choices, they have a whole story supporting the reason they make the choice.”Munchausen by proxy is something that has always fascinated Arquette, and it’s something that Dean, who co-created the series with Nick Antosca, learned a lot about in her research for her story.“In the [research] you’ll find mentions of the idea that there was a spike in Munchausen once the Internet came around and people could look up reams of medical information at home in front of the television. And I think we’ve all had that experience where you’re having an ache or a pain, and you go on WebMD and you think, ‘Oh, I have cancer,’” she said. “And I think that’s been a curse on doctors. I do think that there is that spike that happened around the Internet. In terms of is there more ambient paranoia in the culture about illness and about environmental factors that might cause illness in children? Yes. I do think that’s one thing that makes it hard for medical professionals to sort a mom with Munchausen out from a mom who really is genuinely just concerned about a symptom that their child has and that they’ve observed.”Ramy Youssef Wants His Show, Ramy, to Portray a Real-Life Muslim Experience(Photo by Matthias Clamer/Hulu)Stand-up comedian Ramy Youssef, star and creator of Hulu’s new comedy Ramy, never saw his life experience portrayed on screen. Most stories about first-generation Americans would feature children at odds with their parents’ cultures.“The tension is always, ‘I don’t want to be like you,’ or, ‘I wish I was my white friends,’ and I never really related to that. I always really felt this connection to my culture, to my faith, and the tension in my life has always been how do I hold on to both things? Where does it feel like when you want to go to Mecca, and you also want to go to Burning Man? I’ve never seen that played out,” he said. “It’s always just like either/or, you’re watching people try to erase their history.”Then there’s the fact that most portrayals of Muslims in Western media have not been the kindest — “because we’re so underrepresented when people see us, we’re constantly trying to apologize or over-prove and show that we’re good,” Youssef said — that has made it difficult for Muslim creators to portray a simple, real-life version of their own life experience.“I just want to show that we’re human,” he said. “I think that what this show does for me is it actually leads with showing Muslims who have flaws, and [are] sitting in our problems. I think what really shows that someone’s good is that they’re a human being, and they’re really dealing with real things, and that’s what I think this show is doing for the first time for Muslims. It’s just showing us not being afraid to show us in all of our problems, and it’s not an apology, and it’s just this, these are things we’re dealing with, and what we’re dealing with might also be what you’re dealing with, too.”While Youssef hopes his series can enlighten viewers about the Muslim-American experience, he is quick to note that his show does not speak for all Muslims.“There are Muslims who will watch this and [say] that’s not my experience, and I think that’s great because I think we all have a different way that we come at it. But I do think that everyone will relate to the struggles that the characters go through, and I think that’s what we really work hard to create.”This is the third series that executive producer Jerrod Carmichael (The Carmichael Show) has worked on starring a comedian and loosely based on his life (his own, his Carmichael costar Lil Rel Howery’s Rel, and now Ramy), and he said that working on his colleagues’ shows gives him the opportunity to help them refine their perspectives.“As a stand-up comedian, a lot of times your perspective is centered on yourself, and you see things through your worldview, and every story is told just through you, and it really is just finding other ways into that perspective and finding other perspectives to attack that,” he explained, later adding, “It’s just a little bit beyond your perspective — because it’s so singular, and while a show that has other characters in it inherently is going to have something that goes against the way you think or the way that you’ve approached things. So I think just getting past that barrier that is the biggest thing.”Youssef and Carmichael met in the Los Angeles stand-up comedy scene, but they didn’t initially bond over comedy. They bonded because they were both “people in L.A. and Hollywood who believed in God,” Youssef explained. That helped provide context for the show that eventually became Ramy. “The way we approach it and the way that it is a part of our lives is very much the way that we struggle with it in the show,” Youssef said.
(Photo by Nicole Wilder/AMC/Sony Pictures Television)Thursday afternoon s portion of the winter Television Critics Association press tour was largely devoted to channels that are part of the AMC Networks, including AMC and BBC America. This brought news of favorite returning series like Killing Eve and Better Call Saul and anticipated new ones like The Walking Dead: World Beyond. Other TV news comes courtesy of HBO s Watchmen, Netflix s Mindhunter, and Peacock, the new streaming service from NBCUniversal.TOP STORYBETTER SAY GOODBYE TO SAULBetter Call Saul co-creator Peter Gould told journalists during the show s TCA panel that his and Vince Gilligan s Breaking Bad prequel has been renewed for a 13-episode season 6, which will also be the show s last.But before we get to that, AMC still has to air its 10-episode season 5 of Saul, which has a two-night premiere on February 23 and 24 and stars Bob Odenkirk as the increasingly corrupt lawyer. Gould told journalists that he would say this season is more kinetic — to which co-star Jonathan Banks piped up to say violent is the word you re looking for. And while Breaking Bad stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul will not be in the fifth season of Saul, Gould did confirm that Dean Norris and Steven Michael Quezada will be in episodes three and four this season, reprising their Breaking Bad characters of DEA agents Hank Schrader and Steven Gomez.So will Cranston and Paul ever appear on the show? After all, Paul s Jesse Pinkman did introduce Cranston s Walter White to criminal attorney Saul Goodman.Gould gave the traditional cagey answer that he would love to work with Cranston and Paul again.TIME TO FEAST ON MORE THE WALKING DEAD(Photo by AMC)The brains at AMC have confirmed that the latest series in The Walking Dead franchise, The Walking Dead: World Beyond, will premiere April 12 after the season 10 finale of the original TWD. The new series stars Aliyah Royale, Alexa Mansour, Annet Mahendru, Nicolas Cantu, Hal Cumpston, Nico Tortorella, and Julia Ormond and includes the following logline:Two sisters along with two friends leave a place of safety and comfort to brave dangers, known and unknown, living and undead on an important quest. Pursued by those who wish to protect them and those who wish to harm them, a tale of growing up and transformation unfurls across dangerous terrain, challenging everything they know about the world, themselves and each other. Some will become heroes.Other series and special premieres include IFC variety show Sherman s Showcase hour-long Black History Month Spectacular, which will air this summer, and a promise that the third season of BBC America and AMC s Killing Eve will be back in April. The fourth season of IFC s Brockmire will premiere March 18, and the second season of SundanceTV s Liar starts April 8. AMC s three-part cheating scandal miniseries Quiz, which stars Michael Sheen, Matthew Macfadyen, and Sian Clifford, premieres May 25.Outside of TCA, CourtTV announced that it will air OJ25, a 37-week primetime series that chronologically follows all courtroom drama from the the O.J. Simpson murder case from start to verdict. The original true-crime series will begin airing on January 23, a day before the 25th anniversary of the trial s start in 1995.BAD NEWS FOR WATCHMEN FANS?(Photo by HBO)On Wednesday at TCA, HBO programming head Casey Bloys stated that he d be happy to do another season of cult hit Watchmen if creator Damon Lindelof was interested.It appears that he is not.Lindelof told USA Today that he s done telling the story he wants to tell, but he s given my blessing to HBO if someone else were to take on another chapter. Bloys, however, tweeted another report that argues that Lindelof has all the time in the world to come up with a season 2 idea. Watchmen Season 2 Still A Possibility At HBO, Despite Reports https://t.co/FjvBIBD6Ul via @decider Casey Bloys (@Caseybloys) January 17, 2020ET TU, MINDHUNTER?(Photo by Netflix)A third season of Netflix s Mindhunter is also uncertain, as the cast has been released from its contracts and executive producer David Fincher seems preoccupied at the moment.“David is focused on directing his first Netflix film Mank and on producing the second season of Love, Death and Robots,” a Netflix spokesperson said in a statement to Entertainment Weekly. “He may revisit Mindhunter again in the future, but in the meantime felt it wasn’t fair to the actors to hold them from seeking other work while he was exploring new work of his own.”Fincher s film Mank tells the story of screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz’s work on 1941 Orson Welles film Citizen Kane.PEACOCK SHAKES ITS TAIL FEATHER(Photo by AMC)Outside of the TCA ballroom, details were released about NBCUniversal s soon-to-launch streaming service, Peacock. See all the details, including news of a new Punky Brewster series, in Everything We Know About Peacock. COURTNEY B. VANCE JOINS AMC S 61ST STREET(Photo by Gregg DeGuire/Getty Images for SAG-AFTRA Foundation)American Crime Story’s Courtney B. Vance is going back to the courtroom. The Emmy winner will star in 61st Street, which is described as a propulsive courtroom drama about a black teenager who gets swept up in Chicago’s infamously corrupt criminal justice system. Michael B. Jordan and Alana Mayo of Outlier Society are executive producing with a script from The Night Of’s Peter Moffat.Other casting news announced Thursday include that Charlie Heaton, Malin Akerman, Betsy Brandt, and JJ Feild have joined the cast of AMC’s Soulmates, a drama set in the near future that explore the concept of true love. The six-part anthology story is created by Will Bridges and premieres this summer.Killing Eve’s Sandra Oh will narrate the documentary She Walks With Apes about Jane Goodall, Dian Fossey and Biruté Galdikas. It will air April 22 on BBC America as part of the channel s celebration of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day.AMC DEVELOPING SERIES WITH ILANA AND ELIOT GLAZER AND MORE(Photo by Gregg DeGuire/Getty Images for Hilarity for Charity)AMC Networks and AMC Studios also released a partial, but long, list of projects currently in development. They re listed below.AMC Networks Entertainment Group DevelopmentMore As This Story DevelopsProducers are Katie Couric and Wendy Walker.Logline: Inspired by the friendship between Katie Couric and Wendy Walker, two young women begin their careers in broadcast news in the ‘80s, charting the incredible moments in history that they were able to be a part of.National AnthemWritten by Scott Z. Burns and executive produced by Mark Johnson. Music and lyrics are by Craig Finn and the music is produced by T-Bone Burnett.Logline: A musical dramedy following the Nordstrom Family who, after falling down the ladder of American life, need to figure out what actually makes life worth living.Sleeping BeautyWritten by Owen King, based on the novel by Owen and Stephen King. Executive producers are Michael Sugar and Ashley Zalta for Sugar23 and the Kings.Logline: In a small Appalachian town, there’s a strange mystical occurrence that causes all the women to fall asleep, leaving the men to try and rescue them. But do the women want to be rescued?BunnyMegan Mostyn Brown is writing based on the novel by Mona Awad.Logline: A lonely student is drawn into a mysterious clique of girls called The Bunnies and begins to partake in their strange off-campus ritual — conjuring boys from rabbits, where the good ones stay as romantic partners and the bad ones are mercilessly axed.PantheonA one-hour animated drama series written by Craig Silverstein based on short stories by Ken Liu, award-winning sci-fi writer. Silverstein is an executive producer. Titmouse will serve as the animation production company and is also producing a 10-minute animated short.Logline: In this animated drama set in a world where uploaded consciousness is not just science fiction, a young woman begins receiving messages from an unknown number that claims to be her deceased father. Trying to uncover the truth, she stumbles upon a larger conspiracy involving the singularity.Nigeria 2099Ahmadu Garba will serve as writer. Mo Abudu and Heidi Uys of Nigeria’s EbonyLife TV will executive produce.Logline: Set in a futuristic world, NIGERIA 2099 tells the story of Sgt. Charles Opkara, a local police officer in a poor district of Lagos. Assigned to protect a visiting American businessman staking out his district, Sgt. Charles begins to unravel a global conspiracy over depleting resources.SilverbirdAward-winning journalist and screenwriter Scott Gold will serve as writer and executive producer. Harriet Gavshon and Tim Greene of South Africa’s Quizzical Pictures will executive produce.Logline: An Army veteran who needs to disappear in a hurry falls in with a ragtag collective of mercenaries on their way to Africa with a dangerous and unusual mission: to protect the most iconic animals on earth by entering into armed conflict with poachers. This provocative, fast-paced, one-hour drama follows the superhighways of wildlife trafficking, a billion-per-year, global enterprise of kingpins, corrupt governments and criminal syndicates, all of them determined to cling to power and money at any cost.AMC Studios Development for Potential Sale to Content CompaniesThe SparrowBased on the science-fiction novel by Mary Doria Russell, executive produced by Mark Johnson with Johan Renck as director and executive producer.Logline: In the near future, humans on Earth receive their first evidence of intelligent extraterrestrial life when a radio telescope picks up a strange signal, sounding like exquisite music, from a distant planet that will come to be known as Rakhat. While United Nations diplomats endlessly debate a possible expedition, the Jesuit leadership quietly organizes an eight-person scientific mission of its own, comprised of a variety of disciplines and backgrounds. What they find is a world so far beyond comprehension that it will lead them to challenge the very notions of humanity and faith itself.Fates and FuriesBased on the novel by Lauren Groff, Fates and Furies is written and produced by Eliza Clark and Zack Whedon.Logline: An examination of a marriage and creative partnership, Fates and Furies explores two perspectives of a marriage, from the husband and the wife, and the truths and secrets that evolve over 24 years.I Run HotEliot Glazer is the executive producer/writer and is attached to star. Ilana Glazer will executive produce and direct.Logline: I Run Hot follows the unlikely friendship between Eliot, a gay curmudgeon who never quite fit in with the community, and Colton, a famous #instagay who can’t help but exemplify it.Work It OutBecca Gleason to executive produce and write. Anna Camp will executive produce and star. Michael Showalter and Jordana Mollick of Semi-Formal Productions will executive produce with Showalter directing.Logline: It s 1994 in Myrtle Beach, and Kayla Tate — a long-time Jane Fonda devotee and aspiring aerobics superstar — will do whatever it takes to establish her workout empire in this darkly comedic half-hour.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week. 但在《鬼泣》手游相关视频的下方评论区里，虽然有主机玩家发出嘲讽，但也能看到很多玩家的“反弹言论”。他们认为《鬼泣》手游，对系列独有的风格和动作要素，都做了继承和优化，已然在移动端上展现出相当出彩的质量了。
2. IT S NOW OR NEVER: WHO MIGHT STAR IN THE ELVIS PRESLEY BIOPIC?(Photo by Wilson Webb/TriStar)Following the staggering success of Bohemian Rhapsody and the pretty good numbers for Elton John s Rocketman, the musical biopic has come back in a big way. Jennifer Hudson is attached to star as Aretha Franklin in Respect, MGM recently started development on a Boy George movie, and Universal is also developing a jukebox musical based on the the songs of Prince. Director Baz Luhrmann (Moulin Rouge, The Great Gatsby) is currently developing an untitled Elvis Presley biopic, and we now know which five actors are in the running for the role. Namely, they include Ansel Elgort (Baby Driver, The Fault in Our Stars), Aaron Taylor-Johnson (Quicksilver in Avengers: Age of Ultron), Miles Teller (Whiplash, The Spectacular Now), Austin Butler (MTV s The Shannara Chronicles), and One Direction s Harry Styles. Teller is the oldest at 32, while Styles and Elgort are tied for youngest at 25. Harry Styles and Aaron Taylor-Johnson are English; the other three are from California (Butler), New York (Elgort), and Pennsylvania (Teller). Baz Luhrmann is expected to make his decision by the end of July.3. JUMANJI: THE NEXT LEVEL TRAILER REVEALS THE SEQUEL S NEW TWIST (Photo by Sony Pictures Entertainment)This week, as Spider-Man: Far from Home hits theaters, Marvel s partner on the film released the first trailer for one of their last big movies for 2019, the sequel Jumanji: The Next Level. Jack Black, Karen Gillan, Kevin Hart, Dwayne Johnson, and Nick Jonas will all be reprising their roles from 2017 s Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (Certified Fresh at 76%). We ve known for a while that two of the bigger stars joining the franchise will be Danny DeVito (Dumbo, Batman Returns) and Danny Glover (Lethal Weapon, Saw), and the trailer reveals how they fit into the movie. The 2017 film focused on four teens who transformed into video game avatars, but this time around, Dwayne Johnson will represent Danny DeVito s character, and Kevin Hart will represent Danny Glover s. Sony Pictures will release Jumanji: The Next Level on December 13, 2019, up against the horror remake Black Christmas, and the week before Cats, Fair and Balanced, Super Intelligence, and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.4. CRAZY RICH ASIANS STAR HENRY GOLDING BRACES FOR VIETNAM S MONSOON (Photo by Sanja Bucko /Warner Bros. Pictures)It s not yet been even a year since English-Malaysian actor Henry Golding made his big screen debut with last year s Crazy Rich Asians (Certified Fresh at 91%), but he s already getting ready to star in his fifth film. Golding s second film was A Simple Favor, number three will be this year s Last Christmas, and his fourth film will be Guy Ritchie s The Gentlemen, co-starring Colin Farrell, Hugh Grant, and Matthew McConaughey. The fifth will be called Monsoon, and it will be a drama set in modern Vietnam, with Golding playing a British man of Vietnamese descent who travels to the country with his parents ashes and meets an American woman with whom he begins a romantic relationship.Rotten Idea2. MARK WAHLBERG REPLACING CHRIS EVANS IN INFINITE (Photo by Patti Perret/Paramount Pictures)Although Chris Evans wasn t the only Avengers star to leave the franchise with Avengers: Endgame, he was the first to announce his departure (twice, even). One of this week s new trailers is for the ensemble-led mystery Knives Out, and Evans will also star in the Netflix drama The Red Sea Diving Resort. The most ambitious post-Marvel project that Evans has been attached to is probably the reincarnation thriller Infinite. This week, however, Evans was confirmed to be departing Infinite, with Mark Wahlberg now in talks with Paramount Pictures to star instead. Wahlberg, 48, will play troubled young man haunted by memories of two past lives [who] stumbles upon the centuries-old society and decides to join their ranks. Only five of Wahlberg s last 15 feature films, have earned Fresh Tomatometer scores.1. DISNEY CANCELING ALIEN NATION REMAKE FROM LOVING DIRECTOR (Photo by 20th Century Fox Film Corp.)It s something of an easy target situation to unconditionally call remakes Rotten, but obviously, the director is also a big factor. Consider, for example, writer and director Jeff Nichols, whose films have never received a Tomatometer score lower than a Certified Fresh 83% (Midnight Special), and have reached as high as a Certified Fresh 97% (Mud). Nichols signed on with 20th Century Fox in 2016 to remake the 1988 science fiction police thriller Alien Nation, but this week, Disney officially pulled the plug on the remake as part of their consolidation of their recently acquired Fox properties. James Caan and Mandy Patinkin co-starred in the original Alien Nation as a human police detective and his alien partner, respectively. Disney has notably put Alien Nation on hold instead of putting it into turnaround, which prevents the project from being shopped around to other studios. It s not yet known which film Jeff Nichols will direct next instead.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.bob综合vipBest-Reviewed TV Drama 2020The drama category pulls together the best of what’s old, what’s new, what’s limited, and what’s a miniseries – dramatically speaking. You’ll see, for instance, season 4 of The Crown holding court in the top spot, and season 5 of Better Call Saul at No. 2. Meanwhile, season 1 of P-Valley takes the No. 3 position and miniseries The Flight Attendant checks in at No. 4. The category’s unexpected delight comes in at No. 5: season 1 of Netflix’s international hybrid crime drama–romance Giri/Haji, starring Takehiro Hira and Kelly Macdonald.The order of the rank below reflects the Adjusted Score as of December 31, 2020. Scores might change over time.« Previous Category Next Category »
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1.43.7 5月喜迎Stewart is also playing a big role as a producer in shaping this bold new adventure into unexplored Trek future. Patrick didn t want to put handcuffs on us in a way by saying I don t wanna do this, and I don t wanna do that,' Kurtzman said. He said, I want you to have the freedom to explore this character from a new perspective, and I will always know in my gut if it feels like something he would or wouldn t do. And that s a conversation that we have as we re building it scene-to-scene. We ve started to internalize his thinking about Picard. And because that conversation is literally daily, either on email or in the room in person, I think we feel confident that we re making choices that he would be happy with. And is happy with, because ultimately he s a producer on the show too and he gets as much of a say. The first thing that we all said is it has to feel grounded, he continued. No matter what choices we re making about portraying the future, it has to feel grounded. Because I think one of the things people have loved so much about Next Gen is that it is a very emotional, thoughtful, grounded piece of entertainment. The easy thing to do is come up with, you know, crazy floating skyscrapers and all the cliches of science-fiction, and we ve tried to avoid that across the board. So, in the production design, in the look of it and in the feel of it, it s always about the small, intimate, personal details that you can still connect to now even though it s taking place so far in the future. Development is well underway with shooting, starting in April, occurring in America, Kurtzman said. Given his eight-month estimate for effects on an episode, the earliest the series might hit would be in early to mid-2020.But Kurtzman wasn t willing to give up all his secrets; he confirmed that the destruction of Romulus plays into the new Picard storyline, but when asked how, he replied, No way. Click here to read what Kurtzman had to say about other titles in Star Trek s expanding universe: Star Trek: Discovery spin-off about Section 31 starring Michelle Yeoh and animated series Star Trek: Lower Decks.Reporting by Sophie-Marie Prime
This week s Ketchup brings you another 10 headlines from the world of film development news (the stories about what movies Hollywood is working on for you next), covering such titles as The Suicide Squad, Face/Off, Major Matt Mason, Mission: Impossible 7, and Tank Girl.This WEEK S TOP STORYJAMES GUNN REVEALS FULL CAST OF THE SUICIDE SQUAD(Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images)After writer-director James Gunn was dismissed by Disney from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 over some controversial tweets and before he was then re-hired for the project Warner Bros. and DC swooped in to secure his talents for a new Suicide Squad movie. We learned later that the film would be a reboot instead of a sequel, and casting announcements began to roll in, starting with Margot Robbie (as Harley Quinn) and Idris Elba (who specifically isn t replacing Will Smith as Deadshot), and eventually including returning stars Viola Davis, Jai Courtney, and Joel Kinnaman. More casting announcements came fast and furious after that, but on Friday, just as this article was set to publish, Gunn himself took to Twitter to officially confirm the full cast of The Suicide Squad for the first time, along with the words Don t get too attached. In other words, we can fully expect that not all of the cast will survive to the end of the movie. The Suicide Squad starts filming this month, with a scheduled release date of August 6, 2021.Other Top Headlines1. JOAQUIN PHOENIX S JOKER WILL NEVER MEET ROBERT PATTINSON S THE BATMAN(Photo by Niko Tavernise/Warner Bros., Warner Bros.)It s a good time to be bad for Joaquin Phoenix s Joker, which currently has a Tomatometer score of 76%, won the top prize at the Venice Film Festival, and is projected to make around million at the box office when it opens in October. All of that already has pundits speculating on Phoenix s chances of replicating Heath Ledger s Academy Awards win as the Joker in The Dark Knight. So, it s not unreasonable to wonder if he might reprise the role to square off against Robert Pattinson s The Batman (6/25/2021), either in that film or in future sequels. Well, Joker director Todd Phillips was asked that exact question this week, and he replied with, No. Definitely not. Asked again a few days later, he said basically the same thing, but with a few more words, I don t see it connecting to anything in the future. This is just a movie. It s possible that the reason why Joaquin Phoenix s Joker won t tie in to other DC Comics movies is that, as far as we currently know, the DCEU version of the Joker is still Jared Leto s take from Suicide Squad. After all, Margot Robbie s Harley Quinn is still very much in play, as she s reprising the role in Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn (2/7/2020) and, as noted above, presumably in James Gunn s The Suicide Squad.2. MARVEL S AGENT CARTER STAR JOINS MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE FRANCHISE (Photo by The Weinstein Company/courtesy Everett Collection)Although many other franchises have come and gone since the first Mission: Impossible in 1996, last year s Mission: Impossible Fallout was the sixth in the series, and Paramount Pictures has already scheduled Mission: Impossible 7 (7/23/2021) and Mission: Impossible 8 (8/5/2022). Part of how the M:I franchise has stayed relevant is through a steady flow of new cast members, including Michelle Monaghan and Simon Pegg in M:I III and Rebecca Ferguson and Alec Baldwin in M:I Rogue Nation. The first new cast member to be announced for Mission: Impossible 7 is British actress Hayley Atwell, who probably remains best known for playing Marvel s Peggy Carter, as seen in both Captain America: The First Avenger and in the much-missed ABC series, Agent Carter. Neither Atwell nor director Christopher McQuarrie revealed in their announcements the nature of her new character, though one could speculate (and this writer is) that she might be playing a British counterpart to those led by Tom Cruise s Ethan Hunt.3. HAILEE STEINFELD LIKELY TO JOIN THE MCU AS NEW HAWKEYE KATE BISHOP(Photo by Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection)Although she was not primarily an archer when first introduced in 2005, the Marvel Comics character Kate Bishop would go on to become the second Hawkeye and the star of one of Marvel s most popular titles when Matt Fraction s Hawkeye series debuted in 2012. Before Avengers: Endgame was released this year, it seemed from the trailers that maybe Kate Bishop would be featured in that film (the young female archer in the trailers turned out to be Clint Barton s daughter instead). Instead, the character s introduction to the MCU was confirmed at SDCC to be in the upcoming Disney+ series Hawkeye. That show isn t scheduled to be released until the fall of 2021 (and indeed, the writer wasn t even hired until this week), but Disney and Marvel may already be in talks with their Kate Bishop actress. An offer has reportedly been made to 22-year-old Hailee Steinfeld, whose recent films have included Pitch Perfect 2, Pitch Perfect 3, Bumblebee, and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, in which she voiced Spider-Gwen. In addition to the Disney+ series, it s also very possible that Steinfeld could reprise the role in future MCU movies.4. UNIVERSAL CLASSIC MONSTERS TO RETURN AS DARK ARMY (Photo by Universal Pictures)It was just two years ago that Universal Pictures brought together a cast of stars to promote their new Dark Universe cinematic universe. That, however, was before the first movie in that proposed franchise, The Mummy, was released to both critical and box office disappointment. Earlier this year, Variety ran a story that confirmed that the Dark Universe concept was dead, following the news last year that Bride of Frankenstein had been cancelled. (The Invisible Man, starring Elisabeth Moss, is still coming out next year, but not as part of a cinematic universe.) Instead, it appears the next time the various Universal Classic Monsters will co-star in the same movie together will be in something called Dark Army, which started as a pitch from comedic writer-director Paul Feig (Bridesmaids, The Heat, Spy). It s not yet known if Feig s frequent collaborator Melissa McCarthy will appear in Dark Army, and if she does, what role she would play (Bride of Frankenstein, perhaps?). In addition to various (but not yet confirmed) Universal Classic Monsters, Dark Army will also feature some new monsters.5. CHIWETEL EJIOFOR TO FOLLOW SCAR IN THE LION KING WITH ANOTHER VILLAIN(Photo by Jaap Buitendijk/TM and Copyright ©Fox Searchlight Pictures)It sounds like reprising one of Disney s most iconic villains as Scar in this year s CGI remake of The Lion King may have been something Chiwetel Ejiofor enjoyed, because this week, the British actor signed on for another heel role. Ejiofor has joined Mark Wahlberg in the Paramount action thriller Infinite (which Icelandic actor Jóhannes Haukur Jóhannesson also joined this week). Mark Wahlberg will play a man haunted by memories of past lives who then discovers that he is part of a secret society of people who have been using their past memories to shape history for centuries. Infinite (8/7/2020) started as a project for Chris Evans, as one of his first post-Captain America roles, but he subsequently departed the project and was quickly replaced by Wahlberg.6. MARGOT ROBBIE REMAKING POST-APOCALYTPIC COMEDY TANK GIRL (Photo by Warner Bros.)As the old expression goes, what I really want to do is direct, but another smart play for today s movie stars is to become a producer. Margot Robbie started her LuckyChap Entertainment production company in 2014, and since then, she s produced I, Tonya, and is also producing the upcoming Barbie, Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn), and Gotham City Sirens. This week, it was confirmed that Robbie is also producing and is likely to star in a reboot of the post-apocalyptic comedy Tank Girl. Lori Petty starred in the first Tank Girl movie (Rotten at 38%) in 1995, which was, like Robbie s movie will be, based on the British comic book series. Tank Girl depicts the adventures of an outlaw tank pilot with a mutated kangaroo boyfriend (played in the first movie by a heavily made-up Ice-T), supported by counterparts like Jet Girl and Sub Girl (you get one guess each as to how they each get around). This week, Robbie hired director Miles Joris-Peyrafitte (of her recent film Dreamland) to direct her version of Tank Girl.7. TOM HANKS STILL ATTACHED TO STAR IN 1960S ACTION FIGURE MOVIE MAJOR MATT MASON (Photo by Jaap Buitendijk/Walt Disney Studios)The 1960s action figure character Major Matt Mason remains fairly obscure for most people, but it has a very influential fan in the form of Tom Hanks. Although he is now 63 years old, Hanks has long been attached to star in a Major Matt Mason movie, and this week, it was confirmed that Hanks is still attached to star, despite his age. Introduced in 1966 at the height of the space race, Major Matt Mason is an American astronaut who lives on the Moon. Tom Hanks involvement actually started in 2012 (when he was a relatively spritely 56) as a film that would have been directed by Robert Zemeckis, but it is now being adapted by screenwriter Akiva Goldsman, who worked with Tom Hanks on The Da Vinci Code and its sequel Angels Demons. Of course, it s possible that Tom Hanks advanced age might be part of the story, perhaps in the form of a twist in which Matt Mason has been living on the Moon since the space race years.8. CHANNING TATUM PRODUCING MOVIE BASED ON CHINA S ZOMBIE BROTHER(Photo by Claudette Barius/©Warner Bros.)China is increasingly becoming a factor in the box office prospects of Hollywood films, but it s still relatively rare that those movies are actually based on Chinese properties. That, however, may be slowly changing, as suggested by one new project based on the Chinese webcomic and animated series Shi Xiong (Zombie Brother). It s not yet known if he will also star in Zombie Brother, but Channing Tatum is producing the live-action film version. The first step came this week with the hiring of director Todd Strauss-Schulson (Isn t It Romantic?). Although movies featuring magic or the supernatural frequently face censorship in China, Zombie Brother skirts that issue by explaining zombies through science.9. DEFINITIVE 1990S ACTION MOVIE FACE/OFF TO BE REMADE(Photo by Paramount Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)Although it feels like the 1997 action thriller Face/Off is now primarily referenced in jest, the film starring Nicolas Cage and John Travolta actually maintains an impressive Certified Fresh Tomatometer score of 92%. That, however, doesn t necessarily help this week s news, as it s commonly held that the best candidates for remakes are movies that were flawed the first time around. That s right, Paramount Pictures is now developing a remake of Face/Off, about the highly unlikely scenario in which an FBI agent and a terrorist end up wearing each other s faces after a complicated surgery. Paramount Pictures has hired screenwriter Oren Uziel, who recently worked for Paramount on their movie version of Sonic the Hedgehog, which begs the question as to whether the remake will have to be delayed several months after audiences reject the CGI faces they see in the first trailer.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
(Photo by © Netflix)Even if you’re tired of more than a century’s worth of Sherlock Holmes adaptations, Netflix’s Enola Holmes is worth watching, according to the first reviews, with most of the early praise focused on its star, Stranger Things breakout Millie Bobby Brown. Based on a series of young adult books, the movie follows the mystery of the Holmes’ missing mother (Helena Bonham Carter) but pushes the more famous sleuth (Henry Cavill) and other brother Mycroft (Sam Claflin) to the side. While the case at hand might not be a strong one, the streaming feature appears to be entertaining enough to show promise for an ensuing family-friendly franchise.Here’s what critics are saying about Enola Holmes:So, Millie Bobby Brown is an absolute star, right?“Millie Bobby Brown is terrific as Enola, charismatic and endearing…and she shows a deft hand with comedy.” Ian Sandwell, Digital Spy
(Photo by Warner Bros. / courtesy Everett Collection)All Will Smith Movies RankedIt s now 20 years into the Willennium, and how has our reigning Fresh Prince fared since the 1990s? On the Oscars front, Will Smith notched two Best Actor nominations for 2001 s Ali, and then for The Pursuit of Happyness in 2006. He s adapted two genre literary classics into blockbusters (I Am Legend and I, Robot), and he was there during the 2008 s summer of superheroes with Hancock, which released one month after Iron Man and one before The Dark Knight and Hellboy II.Of course, that s not to say Smith was slacking in the 90s (though if he was, certainly no one would have noticed), which saw a diversified pop culture portfolio that includes a beloved TV show at the beginning of the decade, and a slew of hip-hop crossover hits at the end. Sandwiched in between were films like Independence Day, which at the time felt like the biggest movie event ever, and Men in Black, which got its first Smith-less sequel in 2019.But on the subject of sequels that didn t disappoint, and even surprised: Bad Boys For Life, which reunited Smith with Martin Lawrence for some Certified Fresh throwback buddy action. Next, you can see him in the inspirational family drama King Richard. Now, we re ranking the best Will Smith movies by Tomatometer!
More than 30 years after publication, and more than 25 years following the first adaptation, Stephen King’s massive novel It was turned into the highest-grossing horror movie of all time — and with an 86% on the Tomatometer, it’s one of the best-reviewed releases in the genre, as well. It (now known as It: Chapter One) left its sequel with some pretty big shoes to fill — appropriate for a movie about a clown.Can the highly anticipated It: Chapter Two satisfy sky-high expectations? According to many of the first reactions from critics and entertainment journalists on social media, not quite, though it makes a mighty – and scary – effort. For others, though, a set of excellent performances (particularly from Bill Hader), some genuinely creepy set pieces, and a mountain of ambition make the trip back to Derry worthwhile.Here’s what critics are saying about It: Chapter Two:Is this another great IT movie?“It: Chapter Two is awesome…Congrats to everyone that worked on it for a job well done.” Steven Weintraub, Collider
Chernobyl talent reap more rewards for their 96% Certified Fresh HBO limited series; a TV industry reckoning gets underway; after 24 seasons, there’s finally a Black Bachelor; Outlander stars road trip; TV and film production gets a green light in Los Angeles; and more in the week s top TV and streaming news.TOP STORYThe Last of Us Video Game TV Adaptation Gets Chernobyl Emmy Winner Johan Renck on PilotDebbie DayTime for another round of Last of Us fantasy casting, Chernobyl love, and video game–adaptation wish lists: HBO is reuniting with its award-winning Chernobyl director Johan Renck, who will direct the network’s pilot for the adaptation of the wildly popular Sony/Naughty Dog video game The Last of Us. HBO announced a series version of the game in March.The 2013 adventure game centers around Joel, a post-apocalyptic smuggler who is tasked with getting 14-year-old Ellie out of a dangerous quarantine zone and across the United States in an increasingly violent, harsh journey.In addition to his work on Chernobyl, Renck also directed episodes of The Walking Dead, Breaking Bad, and Bates Motel, so he is well experienced to handle the action, drama, and zombie-like creatures of The Last of Us series.The award-winning game’s creative director, Neil Druckmann, will also work on the series as a writer and executive, along with Chernobyl creator and Emmy-winning writer Craig Mazin.The series may also include stories from the game’s upcoming sequel, The Last of Us Part II, which is scheduled to be released on June 19 for PlayStation. The original game has sold more than 20 million copies.Oh, about that casting: How about TWD and The Punisher alum Jon Bernthal for Joel and Unbelievable Golden Globe–nominee Kaitlyn Dever as Ellie? 蓝月至尊高爆传奇游戏是一款超好玩的蓝月系列高爆版传奇手游每天人气都非常高，更有蓝月至尊正版激活码可使用，在这款传奇游戏中，欢迎喜欢传奇游戏的朋友前来下载。