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(Photo by Niko Tavernise / © Warner Bros. / courtesy Everett Collection)20 Movies To Watch If You Loved JokerJoker: The highest-grossing R-rated movie ever at over billion in worldwide box office, and also the most nominated movie at the 2020 Oscars. Not bad for a comic-book flick from the man who gave us three Hangovers. If you re looking for more movies like Joker, the obvious place to start would be its direct influences: The Robert De Niro and Martin Scorsese psychotic joints, Taxi Driver and The King of Comedy. Throw in 90s Cape Fear for a full triumvirate.As you re undoubtedly aware, Joker was not universally beloved by critics as far as Joaquin Phoenix vigilantism flicks go (though those who loved it, loved it). For that, turn to Lynne Ramsay s Certified Fresh You Were Never Really Here, where Phoenix plays a fearless hired gun who tracks down missing girls at any cost. And if you like your lawless justice even grubbier, go with the Charles Bronson action classic Death Wish, or the churning slow burn of Sam Peckinpah s Straw Dogs.Beyond Scorsese, Joker director Todd Phillips has cited post-Vietnam War 70s cinema in general as an influence, and that decade had no shortage of man-against-the-system stories. Look upon One Flew Over the Cuckoo s Nest, Dog Day Afternoon, and Network for proof.Network also serves (and so does Dog Day honestly) as an indictment of media, a major and pervasive presence in Joker. Nightcrawler, Natural Born Killers, and Christine (not the one about the scary car) are the ones to watch if that s where your interest in Joker lies.Or if you re just interested in seeing psychotic breakdowns, or breakdowns of psychosis, the medium of movies have long been a playground for the disturbed. American Psycho, Entertainment, and One Hour Photo go for the jugular, while The Vanishing, Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, and Man Bites Dog truly try to get under your skin with their clinical explorations of madness.Of course, Joker is still a story torn from the pages of DC Comics and in that vein we recommend checking out Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker. It s got Mark Hamill reprising his signature villain role, animated at his most intensely violent. (Ah, if only The Killing Joke adaptation were good!)And as for our suggestion of UHF, Weird Al Yankovic s foray into film spoofery Imagine a world where Arthur Fleck actually achieved success in his professional ambitions. What would that look like? We think it d be a little zany, a little weird, a little something like what the clown prince of music offers in his 1989 cult classic. Though Unhinged and The New Mutants ultimately beat it into theaters, Christopher Nolan’s Tenet has been held up for months as the film that was going to help bring moviegoers back to the big screen. The numbers are certainly on the rise with the tentpole flick finally released, but do they indicate a genuine resurgence in theater-going? Let s dig in.King of the Crop: Tenet Brings Some Moviegoers Back, But How Far Can it Go?(Photo by Melinda Sue Gordon / © Warner Bros. / Courtesy Everett Collection)From the weekend of March 20 up until the weekend of August 14, no film was able to crack the million mark to top the box office. Up until some releases from August 14 on, the big winners of the summer were horror releases from IFC Midnight: The Wretched (.81 million total), The Rental (.56 million), and Relic (.04 million); the studio had only had seven films gross over a million dollars between 2017 and 2019. Beyond that, retro releases like Jurassic Park (,386,600), The Empire Strikes Back (,015,000), The Goonies (5,000), Jaws (8,300), and Ghostbusters (5,000) were the big winners.On August 14, Paramount released their once-planned May release of The Spongebob Movie: Sponge on the Run, but only in Canada where it has grossed over .4 million to date. A week later Solstice Studios laid claim to the first wide release since March 13 when it unleashed Unhinged into theaters, earning million in 1,823 theaters for a ,194 per-theater-average. The week after, it was finally time for The New Mutants, which grossed .03 million in 2,412 theaters for a ,917 per-theater-average. This weekend it was Tenet’s turn.(Photo by Melinda Sue Gordon / © Warner Bros. / Courtesy Everett Collection)Evaluating just how these recent releases have been doing with many theaters still not operating and responsible social distancing limiting the amount of patrons in any auditorium may be a fool’s game. But numbers can be read through history and, until further trends reveal themselves, the way we have been looking at them is through an estimation of how they may have done in a normal year. That led to the evaluation that the current box office leaders have been doing somewhere around 2.5-to-3-times less than they may have the previous year. Looking ahead to Tenet this weekend, we looked back at Nolan’s most recent non-Batman/non-DiCaprio offerings and saw that Interstellar opened to .5 million (in November 2014) and Dunkirk started with .5 million (in July of 2017). So somewhere in the high teens, up to around million, felt like a confident bet with realistic expectations heading into the weekend. And that is where the movie landed, with an estimated .2 million over the four-day holiday weekend, as well as from scattered advance screenings going back to Monday.Labeling this as either good or disappointing is still premature. After all, Tenet pretty much has theaters all to itself through the month of September until Warner Bros. challenges itself directly with Wonder Woman 1984 on October 2. One thing that does seem to be true is that – whatever the size of the audience may be – word-of-mouth appears to continue to remain a factor in these films staying power. Unhinged has fallen into a similar pattern as other adult-themed late-August releases such as 2002’s Undisputed (.54 million opening / .76 million total), 2012’s Hit Run (.52 million / .74 million), and 2013’s vehicular thriller Getaway (.5 million / .5 million). Unhinged’s estimated .67 million this weekend brings its total to .3 million after 17 days.The New Mutants, on other hand, dropped 59% from its million start, bringing its 10-day total to .6 million (.2 million with the holiday). That may be more than August 2018’s mutant-esque Fox offering, The Darkest Minds, had at this point (.98 million after a .84 million start), but let’s also look back at six August releases from 2011-16 that opened between .5-.5 million for some further comparison: Mechanic: Resurrection, You’re Next, Our Idiot Brother, Jobs, Ricki and the Flash, and Florence Foster Jenkins had each earned between million and .64 million after 10 days. In August 2017, another long-delayed and ultimately critically-reviled adaptation, The Dark Tower, opened to .1 million, dropped 59.2% in its second weekend, and had .2 million after 10 days. Divide that by three and you have .4 million, just shy of The New Mutants’ current total. That suggests Mutants could be headed for a final theatrical tally between .9 million and .3 million. It’s a single example, but maybe there is something to the rule of three in measuring current box office totals.So where does that leave Tenet? Dunkirk and Interstellar finished with near-identical grosses of 8,045,546 and 8,020,017, and no one is expecting those kind of heights. With theaters more widely opened overseas than in the U.S., Tenet has grossed over 0 million worldwide so far. Using our crude formula, Tenet would have grossed somewhere between .5 million and .6 million in a normal time, which would have made it just the fourth film to open higher than million in the month of September, a feat achieved just the past three years with the It films and 2018’s The Nun. Living directly with the numbers we have now, only one film this century has gone on to gross over 0 million when starting with less than million, and that was 20 years ago with Remember the Titans. The rest of the historical September releases that opened between million and million have an average final gross of million. It will be interesting to see whether Tenet will face smaller week-on-week drops given the lack of competition, or whether the numbers will drop off as might normally be expected, especially given that Tenet is also the second-lowest rated Nolan film on the Tomatometer at 74%. (Interstellar stands at 72%.)On This Weekend s Dates In Box Office History (Photo by © Warner Bros. )With so little action in our current-day box office, we re casting our eyes back this week.September 4: In a bit of symmetry, Christopher Nolan’s Inception crossed 5 million with .69 million on its 51st day of release 10 years ago.September 5: In 2016, Suicide Squad grossed .77 million on its 32nd day of release to cross 0 million. In 2011, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows made 8,509 on day 53 of its release. It took 74 days for Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen to make it to 0 million, which it did on this day in 2009 pulling in 3,311.September 6: Night Shyamalan’s Signs grossed .29 million to pass the 0 million mark on its 36th in 2002. That same day, Sam Mendes’ Road to Perdition made 0,349 to get over the 0 million hump on its 57th day. It only took 24 days for Neill Blomkamp’s District 9 to do it with .74 million on this date in 2009. This has also been a good date for Universal sequels. In 2003, American Wedding made 4,145 to pass 0 million on its 37th day; then in 2008, The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor made 7,455 to pass 0 million, also on its 37th day. Of course, that was nothing compared to Disney’s The Lion King redux making 1,156 to pass 5 million on its 50th day in theaters just last year.September 7: In 2012, another Universal sequel, The Bourne Legacy, grossed .13 million to cross 0 million on day 29 of its theatrical run. That was a lot faster than Adam Sandler’s You Don’t Mess with the Zohan, which finally crossed the 0 million mark with ,114 on its 94th day of release in 2008.What Should Have Been This Weekend(Photo by © Paramount)At one time, this weekend belonged to A Quiet Place Part II, one of the first films moved out of its original opening slots back in March. It is now slated to open on April 23, 2021. The original Labor Day weekend slate – before any of the COVID-19 upheavals – was meant to include Paul W.S. Anderson’s Monster Hunter, with Milla Jovovich and Tony Jaa. Now it will open alongside John Krasinski’s sequel on the same date next year. Peter Jackson’s documentary, The Beatles: Get Back, about the band’s rooftop concert, will now open on August 27 of next year.On the Vine: Broken Hearts Heading to Theaters OnlyThe widest release in theaters next week will be the romantic comedy, The Broken Hearts Gallery, starring Geraldine Viswanathan, who you may know from from Blockers and Bad Education. The film was supposed to open in July, was then delayed to August until finally settling in for a September release, exclusively in theaters.Erik Childress can be heard each week evaluating box office on WGN Radio with Nick Digilio as well as on Business First AM with Angela Miles and his Movie Madness Podcast.[box office figures via Box Office Mojo]
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(Photo by @ Twentieth Century Fox)With the 91st Academy Awards around the corner, we ve been wondering whether first-time nominees or veterans who’ve already won an Oscar – or been nominated – have a better chance of winning. With only four of the 20 nominated actors walking away with an Oscar on Sunday, we wanted to know how the five former winners, six prior nominees, and nine first-time nominees who make up the group of 20 will fair – according to Oscar trends. And so we dove into the data to see if there were any patterns suggesting that vets are favored over newcomers, and vice versa, and applied that to this year s nominees. To keep the data current, we decided to focus on recent nominees and winners, beginning with the 73rd Academy Awards in 2001. What we found could be crucial info when filling out your Oscar ballot.(We did go a little further, analyzing the four Academy Award acting categories going back to 1929 and discovered that 1,700 nominations have gone out to only 928 actors. Further, 364 Academy Awards have been won by just 298 actors. Multiple awards have been won by 41 actors, and 257 have only won once. That seems to tell us that, historically, the awards favor first-time winners and it’s more difficult to be a repeat winner with so much competition.)Here are some key takeaways about the 72 Acting Oscars awarded and the 360 nominations since the 73rd Academy Awards in 2001.36 Oscars have been won by actors who’d already won an Oscar or been nominated36 Oscars have been won by first-time nominees218 nominations have been given to prior winners or nominees142 nominations have been given to first-time nominees4 Actors have won multiple Oscars between 2001-2018: Cate Blanchett (2005, 2014), Sean Penn (2004, 2009), Daniel Day-Lewis (2008, 2013), Christoph Waltz (2010, 2013)5 Actors who won Oscars prior to 2001, won their second or third Oscars since 2001: Meryl Streep (1980, 1983, 2012), Denzel Washington (1990, 2002), Hilary Swank (2000, 2005), Frances McDormand (1997, 2018), Daniel Day-Lewis (1990, 2008, 2013)68 Actors have won OscarsSo what does this data tell us about who might win this year?Best Actress: Veteran Nominees – if not winners – Dominate(Photo by @ Warner Bros. )Nominees since 2001: 26 prior Oscars winners, 30 prior nominees (with no wins), and 34 first-time nominees.Winners since 2001: 4 Oscar winners, 8 prior nominees, and 6 first-time nominees.Nominated in 2019: 2 prior nominees (with no wins), and 3 first-time nominees.Glenn Close: The Wife – 6 prior nominations for The World According to Garp (1982), The Big Chill (1983), The Natural (1984), Fatal Attraction (1984), Dangerous Liaisons (1988), Albert Nobbs (2011)Melissa McCarthy: Can You Ever Forgive Me? – 1 prior nomination for Bridesmaids (2011)Lady Gaga: A Star is Born – No prior nominationsYalitza Aparicio: Roma – No prior nominationsOlivia Colman: The Favourite – No prior nominationsBased on recent trends, the advantage in this category goes to seven-time nominee Glenn Close (The Wife) and the twice-nominated Melissa McCarthy (Can You Ever Forgive Me?). Why? Seven of the last eight winning actresses had been nominated at least twice before winning, and prior nominees in the Best Actress category have the best chance to win (8 winners out of 30 nominations, or  26.6%) among the four acting categories. Also, no Oscar-winning actresses were nominated in 2019; in years when no Oscar winners were nominated (2003, 2008), the Oscar has gone to actresses with prior nominations.Another factor is that since 1927, only Shirley Booth (Come Back, Little Sheba), Julie Andrews (Mary Poppins), Barbra Streisand (Funny Girl), and Marlee Matlin (Children of a Lesser God) have won a Best Actress Oscar for their first starring roles. This hurts the odds of Lady Gaga (A Star is Born) and Yalitza Aparicio (Roma) winning because of their newcomer status.Who has the advantage? We’re guessing the seven-time nominated Glenn Close will follow in the footsteps of Julia Roberts, Helen Mirren, Kate Winslet, and Julianne Moore who had at least three nominations and zero wins when they picked up their Oscars.Best Actor: The Odds Are Split, But It Helps to Play a Real-Life Character(Photo by @ 20th Century Fox)Nominees since 2001: 24 prior Oscars winners, 34 prior nominees (with no wins), and 32 first-time nominees.Winners since 2001: 3 Oscar winners, 8 prior nominees, and 7 first-time nominees.Nominated in 2019: 1 Oscar Winner, 3 prior nominees (with no wins), and 1 first-time nominee.Christian Bale: Vice – 1 Oscar win for The Fighter (2011) and two nominations for American Hustle (2014), and The Big Short (2016)Bradley Cooper: A Star is Born – 3 prior nominations for Silver Linings Playbook (2013), American Hustle (2014), and American Sniper (2015)Willem Dafoe: At Eternity’s Gate – 3 prior nominations for Platoon (1987), Shadow of the Vampire (2001), and The Florida Project (2018)Viggo Mortensen: Green Book – 2 prior nominations for Easternbob竞猜官网(Photo by Buena Vista)Comic book movies have given us plenty of fun and interesting worlds to visit the Marvel Cinematic Universe keeps expanding, from the streets of Queens to the vastness of outer space, and the DC Universe has brought to life famed locations like Gotham City and Themyscira  but few of those worlds have portrayed what life would look like if the presence of superpowered beings were normalized. One of the first glimpses we got was in 2000 s James Gunn-penned The Specials, which was really more of a dysfunctional family comedy that just happened to take place in a world populated by superheroes.But in 2005, Disney released a playful, unassuming little movie called Sky High, which addressed not only what a world filled with superheroes would actually look like, but specifically how it might feel for its extra-gifted teenagers. Despite a much lower budget than your average blockbuster, Sky High delivers a lot of heroic action and plenty of nods to the Silver Age of comic books, all wrapped in an intimate story that still manages to have high stakes. For its 15th anniversary, we re taking the Hero or Sidekick test to tell everyone why Sky High is one of the most inventive and overlooked superhero films of its time.ITS WORLD IS FULLY FLESHED OUT FROM THE BEGINNING(Photo by Buena Vista)What would the world look like if superheroes were commonplace? Prior to 2005, we rarely saw depictions of normal life for superheroes  The Specials and, to a lesser extent, Mystery Men and The Incredibles are notable examples  but Sky High hints at a larger world early on. Spoken by the story s hero, Michael Angarano s Will Stronghold, the first line of the film literally begins with In a world full of superheroes… and runs with that concept, showing what it might look like if nearly everyone (or at least a big chunk of the population) had superpowers. The film introduces the idea that the children of superhuman folks inherit at least one of their parent s powers, so not only is legacy a big theme in the film, but there are hints at a long history of superhero lineages stretching back across decades.Of course, if you ve got superpowered children, it only makes sense to have a school for young would-be heroes; the Sky High campus rather appropriately floats in the clouds, and the only way to reach it is a flying bus. All the courses are related to superheroes and dedicated to teaching how to control one s powers. Imagine Hogwarts, but instead of Quidditch, kids play Save the Citizen, where teams of heroes and villains battle to save a mannequin from a deadly trap or destroy it. The bullies are naturally super fast or super strong, and the caste system is divided between those who the teachers deem heroes and those they deem sidekicks. Nowadays, it s common for superhero movies to riff on different genres like rom-coms, heist flicks, and road trip movies, but Sky High utilizes the teen comedy setting to demonstrate how to depict a fully fleshed-out world without the benefit of a blockbuster budget or a connected cinematic universe.IT POKES FUN AT CLASSIC SUPERHERO TROPES(Photo by Buena Vista)Years before Deadpool made fun of superhero clichés and elaborate plots, Sky High found the right balance of spoof and homage, fully embracing the inherently absurd nature of a world populated by superpowered beings who dress up in ridiculous costumes. The film is a self-aware comedy through and through, featuring a ton of references to comic book tropes, and it trusts its audience enough not the spoil the fun with unnecessary explanations, the way that something like Glass does.Superhero movies as we know them really began to take over the mainstream during the early 2000s, but for a good portion of the general moviegoing audience, the genre began and ended with Spider-Man, Superman, and particularly Batman, who had just been successfully rebooted in Christopher Nolan s Batman Begins a month before Sky High was released. Naturally, Sky High has plenty of references to that Silver Age classic character, like the Batcave-esque Secret Sanctum of Kurt Russell s Commander and Kelly Preston s Jetstream, only accessible via fireman s pole. At school, Dave Foley s teacher (and former sidekick) Mr. Boy teaches an English for Hero Support class that focuses on different iterations of Robin s famous catchphrase, Holy ____, ____Man! It s all cheeky stuff, but it reflects an admiration for the campy superhero stories that inspired the film.IT ANTICIPATES THE PITFALLS OF SUPERHERO FAME(Photo by Buena Vista)In the film s DVD extras, director Mike Mitchell said that he wanted the adults in Sky High to be all insane in order to focus on the teenagers figuring things out and saving the day themselves. This inadvertently makes Sky High feel ahead of its time, as it anticipates a wave of superhero stories taking a cynical look at the genre.The past several years have seen a reexamination of the role of superheroes in modern society in various films and TV series, ranging from Captain America: Civil War and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice to The Boys and Watchmen. These projects explore the idea of superheroes as virtual deities who are perhaps out of touch with the common world they supposedly fight to protect and oblivious to the danger they pose to it.In Sky High, a life of being worshipped as a hero has made The Commander so detached and egocentric that he can t even remember the name of the sidekick who once saved his life. He s so dismissive of sidekicks, in fact, that when Will confesses that he s been placed in the sidekick curriculum, The Commander destroys a phone in a fit of anger and opens up a kitchen drawer to reveal a half dozen more of them, indicating this isn t an isolated incident. At school, Bruce Campbell s gym teacher Coach Boomer is something of a verbal abuser who encourages the heroes to bully and ostracize their presumably lesser classmates, despite acknowledging that sidekicks have become villains in the past. It s all played for laughs, of course, but it hints at the sort of abuse of power that has become the central conflict for so many of today s superhero stories.ITS ACTION IS GROUNDED IN CHARACTER MOMENTS(Photo by Buena Vista)By nature, superhero movies usually feature a few big action set pieces and massive fights. Sure, it s exciting to see the heroes use their powers in a battle, but Sky High takes a different and more intimate approach. Take, for example, the first time Will fights his apparent nemesis, school outcast Warren Peace (Steven Strait), or the Save the Citizen sequence. These scenes focus on emotional development rather than spectacle; the former sees Will realize and use his powers for the first time, while the latter illustrates how Will s confidence begins to warp his self image. Even the film s climactic battle uses action to highlight the theme of acceptance and overcoming social and familial expectations to find yourself and your tribe. They re fun scenes in and of themselves, but they also serve to illustrate deeper ideas at the core of the film, and that s arguably more meaningful than watching the good guys beat up on another generic horde of nameless baddies.In the 15 years since the release of Sky High, the superhero genre has ebbed and flowed between gritty realism and popcorn fantasy, but few films have dealt with the ins and outs of superpowered life quite as playfully. It wasn t the first superhero film to treat its subject matter with a healthy dose of cheeky meta humor, but it offered a unique perspective on some familiar themes that would find an echo in the later X-Men films, Shazam!, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, The Umbrella Academy, and even the popular Japanese manga/anime series My Hero Academia, which shares a lot of the same DNA. Turns out, being a teenager is never easy, even when you re blessed with extraordinary powers.Where You Can Watch It NowFandangoNOW (rent/own), Vudu (rent/own), Amazon (rent/own), Google (rent/own), HBO Max (subscription), iTunes (rent/own)Sky High was released on July 29, 2005.

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HBO Max took center stage this week, revealing its launch date and lineup. Not to be outdone, Disney+ threw some Star Wars into the streaming-news mix, Netflix boasted a subscriber boost from our current stay-at-home culture, and Quibi promised that subscribers would soon be able to cast to their TVs.TOP STORYStreaming Roundup: A New Star Wars Series, The Mandalorian Season 3, New Netflix Titles, HBO Max Launch Date, and Quibi Casting CapabilityThe Star Wars TV universe continues to expand at Disney+: Variety reports Emmy-nominated Russian Doll co-creator Leslye Headland will write and act as showrunner for an as-yet-untitled SW universe series that will be told from a female-centric point of view. The new drama will also take place in “a different part” on the series timeline.Variety also reported this week that a third season of The Mandalorian is currently in development at Disney+, well ahead of the series’ second season premiere later this year. The new project, and new seasons of The Mandalorian, join other Star Wars Disney+ shows, including Ewan McGregor’s Obi-Wan Kenobi series, Diego Luna’s Rogue One prequel series, the Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian docuseries (new trailer above), and the final season of The Clone Wars, currently airing in Disney+.In other news from a particularly eventful streaming TV week:• HBO Max finally announced its debut date: May 27, which won’t include the Friends cast reunion, yet, but will include the return of the complete Friends series to streaming, as well as the debut of the complete series of The Big Bang Theory episodes to streaming, among a library of 10,000 hours of programming. Check out our primer on all things HBO Max here.• Netflix cautioned that the company fully expects its subscriber numbers to decrease once shelter-in-place lockdown plans are lifted, but for now, its news is good: the streaming service added 15.8 million new subscribers in the first quarter of 2020, for a global total of 182 million subscribers now.• Speaking of Netflix, the company announced this week that it has acquired worldwide rights (excluding China) to Enola Holmes from Legendary Entertainment. The film is based on Nancy Springer’s Edgar Award-nominated book series, The Enola Holmes Mysteries, which tells the story of Sherlock and Mycroft Holmes’ rebellious teen sister Enola, a gifted super-sleuth in her own right who often outsmarts her brilliant siblings. The film stars Millie Bobby Brown (Stranger Things) in the title role. The cast also includes Sam Claflin (The Hunger Games films), Adeel Akhtar (Les Miserables), Fiona Shaw (Harry Potter films), Frances de la Tour (Harry Potter films), Louis Partridge (Medici), Burn Gorman (Pacific Rim), Susan Wokoma (Year of the Rabbit), with Henry Cavill (Man of Steel) and two-time Oscar nominee Helena Bonham Carter (The Crown).RELATED: New on Netflix in May 2020: Space Force, The Lovebirds, Avatar: The Last Airbender, Hollywood, and More• The NBCUniversal-owned Fandango (which also owns Rotten Tomatoes), has agreed to buy streaming service Vudu from Walmart. Vudu includes home rentals, as well as an ad-supported selection of free TV shows and movies.• New streaming service Quibi announced its service, which offers programming in airtimes of 10 minutes or less, has been downloaded more than 2.7 million times since its April 6 release. Also, beginning next month, Quibi users will be able to cast the service’s programming to their TVs.• And one more bit of news about that Friends reunion: one superfan and five pals will win a prize that includes tickets to the taping of the reunion special, plus the chance to have a cup o’ joe with the cast on the Central Perk set at Warner Bros. It’s all part of a fundraising effort for the All In Challenge, which raises cash for Feeding America, World Central Kitchen, No Kid Hungry, and Meals on Wheels. A donation buys 10 entries for the contest at the All in Challenge website.Virtual Comic Con Panels Feature Casts of The Boys, Gotham, Outlander, and GrimmSan Diego Comic Com, and various regional cons, are sadly among the many, many cancellations that have resulted from the coronavirus pandemic. But Wizard World has launched an ongoing series of virtual con panels, including upcoming events with the casts of The Boys, Gotham, Outlander, and Grimm. The Wizard World Virtual Experience with the cast of Outlander – including Lotte Verbeek, Steven Cree, Grant O’Rourke, Nell Hudson, Stephen Walters, and Annette Badland – will launch on April 30, followed later that day by an event with the cast of Grimm, including Silas Weir Mitchell, Sacha Roiz, Reggie Lee, Bree Turner, Claire Coffee and Jacquiline Toboni. Cast members of Gotham (David Mazouz, Sean Pertwee, Robin Lord Taylor, Erin Richards, Drew Powell and Peter Scolari) and The Boys (Jack Quaid, Antony Starr, and Karen Fukuhara) will chat with fans on May 2.Fans can submit questions for a 45-minute moderated Q+A for each event. Tickets are also available for each cast for one-on-one video chats, recorded videos, and autographed photos.New Trailers: An All-Star Cast Leads Ryan Murphy s New Series Reimagining Hollywood HistoryMore trailers:Fraggle Rock: Rock On!, new episodes of the classic Jim Henson series (Apple TV+)The Great, a comedy about the rise of Catherine the Great, starring Elle Fanning and Nicholas Hoult (Hulu)Jerry Seinfeld: 23 Hours to Kill, the comedian’s first stand-up special since 1998, debuts May 5 (Netflix)All Day and a Night, a drama movie starring Ashton Sanders and Jeffrey Wright, about a son who goes to prison, like his father, and tries to break the cycle so it doesn’t repeat with his own son (Netflix)The Wrong Missy, a comedy movies starring David Spade and Lauren Lapkus (Netflix)The Lovebirds, a comedy movie starring Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani (Netflix)Pokémon Journeys: The Series, new episodes of the adventures of Ash and Pikachu, premiering on June 12 (Netflix)A Secret Love,  a documentary about two women who’ve been in a romantic relationship for 65 years (Netflix)Quiz, a miniseries starring Michael Sheen, Matthew Macfadyen, and Sian Clifford in the story of a British couple who were accused of using timed coughs to cheat their way to a million-pound win on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? (AMC)Grant, a three-night miniseries about Ulysses S. Grant, premiering on  Memorial Day (History)For all the latest TV and streaming trailers, subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel.Development News: Paul Rudd and Will Ferrell Will Star in Dark Comedy Series The Shrink Next Door at Apple TV+Apple TV+ will be the home of the Paul Rudd–Will Ferrell comedy miniseries The Shrink Next Door, inspired by the fact-based podcast of the same name. The eight-episode series revolves around the bizarre relationship between psychiatrist to the stars Dr. Ike Herschkopf (Rudd) and his patient Marty Markowitz (Ferrell). Ike eventually takes over Marty’s life, which includes moving into Marty’s home in the Hamptons and taking over his business. The Shrink Next Door description: “The series explores how a seemingly normal doctor-patient dynamic morphs into an unprecedentedly exploitative relationship filled with manipulation, power grabs, and dysfunction at its finest.” The series reunites Rudd and Ferrell for the first time since Anchorman 2.Melissa McCarthy dramedy film The Starling has landed at Netflix. The film, directed by Ted Melfi and currently in postproduction, stars McCarthy and Chris O’Dowd as a married couple who face a major drama. Husband Jack takes off to deal with it, while Lilly remains home to deal with her guilt over the situation. A bird, a starling, in her backyard starts to harass her, and a psychologist-turned-vet played by Kevin Kline tries to help her. Timothy Olyphant, Loretta Devine, and Daveed Diggs also star. (THR)Syfy will begin airing the first season of the DC Universe series Harley Quinn on May 3. The animated series stars Kaley Cuoco as the wickedly fun titular diva, along with Lake Bell as Poison Ivy, Alan Tudyk as The Joker, Ron Funches as King Shark, Wayne Knight as The Penguin, Jason Alexander as Sy Borgman, and Christopher Meloni as Commissioner Gordon. (Syfy)Dwayne Johnson and Issa Rae are teaming up as executive producers of an HBO drama called Tre Cnt (which stands for Tre Count), about a family who pools their money, experience, and dreams to try to build a backyard wresting empire. (THR)The Last Dance, ESPN’s 10-part docuseries, left no doubt about how much sports fans are fiending for new content. The first two episodes of the series, which debuted last Sunday, drew 6.1 million viewers, the most ever for documentary content on the network.Connie Britton is developing a series based on Rebecca Traister’s bestselling book All the Single Ladies: Unmarried Women and the Rise of an Independent Nation, about the history of unmarried women throughout the history of the United States. Britton will act as executive producer and appear in the HBO Max docuseries, which specifically traces the history of married and single women, and illustrate how single women rejected traditional paths and created opportunity for all women in the process. (THR)Chip and Joanna Gaines are delaying the launch of their lifestyle network, Magnolia, because of the pandemic, so they’re airing a four-hour preview of what’s to come on the channel when it eventually debuts later this year. Magnolia Presents: A Look Back A Look Ahead airs in April 26 at 5 p.m. ET on the DIY Network.ABC will air The Story of Soaps, a two-hour special on the history of soap operas, on May 19. The show will explore “how no genre of television has laid deeper roots into our cultural consciousness and serialized storytelling than the soap opera,” and feature clips and interviews with daytime soap alums, including Bryan Cranston, Alec Baldwin, Jon Hamm, Susan Lucci, Deidre Hall, and Genie Francis, as well as famous soap fans Carol Burnett and Andy Cohen, and creator Agnes Nixon.Netflix will produce a new Korean original series called Hellbound, about supernatural beings who “appear out of nowhere to condemn people to hell.” The series, based on an animated web series, will be directed by Train to Busan director Yeon Sang-ho.YouTube will launch Celebrity Substitute, a series in which famous types will teach lessons in coding, biology, and other subjects during this era of peak distance learning. Karlie Kloss will help students work through a coding problem, actor and doctor Ken Jeong will teach a biology lesson, and Terry Crews, Bill Nye, Janelle Monáe, Camila Mendes will also be among the instructors. (THR)

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天恒神途传奇手游,这是一款所有极品神器装备全都能打怪爆出的神途传奇手游,游戏中的玩法十分趣味丰富并且还有自由交易买卖装备的拍卖行,所有玩家都能轻松打宝。
The Internet did it: The Snyder Cut of Justice League is happening, coming to HBO Max in 2021. The campaign to release the director’s version of the DC superhero team-up flick, and Warner Bros.’ move to do just that, arguably represents the single greatest act of “fan service” in movie history. But what does this move – and others like it (hello, redesigned Sonic!) – mean for the future of movies and filmmakers’ ability to take creative risks? That’s what we’re asking in this video deep dive into fan service, where we break down what exactly “fan service” is; take you through the history of fan campaigns and studios’ successful (and sometimes unsuccessful) attempts to please lovers of certain IP; and contemplate what it all means for some of our favorite franchises.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

像是腾讯这边,2021年最值得期待的,就是已经公布数年之久,创下手游跳票记录的《DNF》手游——这款游戏早在八年前就正式曝光,但一直处于小范围封测状态,去年好不容易宣布要公测,但在宣布公测开启前一周还能临时跳档,无限期停止上线时间。换做一般的游戏,这种""明目张胆""的吊胃口早就惹得玩家们天怒人怨了,但腾讯之所以对《DNF》手游如此“捂盘”最大的原因就是因为游戏拥有超强的号召力,腾讯害怕游戏品质不如玩家预期而影响游戏品牌,对核心手游的重视,由此可见一斑。
《英雄联盟手游》公测已经S1赛季了,玩到的小伙伴们已经很多了。不过可能有些小伙伴之前没关注我,现在还是不知道怎么下载手游。最近几天我在后台也确实收到好多问我怎么下载游戏的,那么今天,我就跟大家再讲一次如何下载《英雄联盟手游》,纯小白也能看懂的文章。
Part of what marginalization from cinema does to the self-perception of an underrepresented community is that it tricks us into believing we were absent from its larger history. But though equity remains distant – especially when thinking about the greater diversity within a single ethnic group – our work has long uplifted and helped evolve the art form.Pioneers of Hispanic descent in the United States have been lending their wide-ranging talents to the medium of film since its earliest days in ways that have impacted the dominant culture. On the occasion of Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15-October 15), we are celebrating some of these groundbreaking mavericks who, through their craft and vision, accomplished boundary-pushing firsts in their field or dared to go against the current of established conventions and laid the foundation for others to follow in their steps.These 10 names can’t fully encompass the breadth of more than a century of contributions, but their momentous triumphs provide a sense of our outsized contribution to and influence on cinema. Read about their accomplishments, and then see what critics have had to say about their work.This article was done in conjunction with the RT Archives project, for which our curators dig through historical catalogs and other sources to find contemporaneous reviews for movies released since the birth of cinema. Beatriz Michelena(Photo by Public Domain)While her career in the movies was brief, Venezuelan-American star Beatriz Michelena captivated both the press and audiences during the silent film era, specifically in the 1910s. Her debut performance in 1914’s Salomy Jane, as a woman after revenge, launched a streak of successes. Before the decade was out, she had starred in 16 features playing roles that challenged the conventions for women at the time that featured horseback riding and fight scenes. Beyond her allure in front of the camera, she was also an entrepreneur, deeply involved in the moviemaking process, who eventually became the co-owner of a studio, the California Picture Company, with husband George E. Middleton. No picture since motion pictures came into being has more of beauty, action and heart interest than this masterpiece at a single bound Beatriz Michelena, the star of the Western idyl, has assumed a place second to none as a motion picture actress. Review of Salomy Jane from San Francisco Chronicle, Dec. 8, 1914Bill Melendez(Photo by © Ted Streshinsky/CORBIS/Corbis via Getty Images)An animation legend like few others, Bill Melendez was born in Hermosillo, Sonora in northern Mexico but raised in Arizona. Early in his career as an animator, he was involved in some of Walt Disney Animation Studios most iconic 1940s features, including Pinocchio, Bambi, and Dumbo. Yet, his most substantial contribution to the medium and culture at large was ushering Charles Schultz’s Peanuts comic strip characters from the pages to the screen with the blessing of the creator. Over a 50-year career, he directed numerous television specials featuring the gang, most notably the classics A Charlie Brown Christmas and It s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown. (He is directing young voice actors for the latter in the photo above.) Director Bill Melendez concentrates on atmosphere more than anything else; he sets up unrelated jokes, or simply enjoys watching the autumn leaves fall gently to the ground. Review of It s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown by Jeffrey M. Anderson, Combustible CelluloidRoberto Gavaldón(Photo by courtesy the Everett Collection)A prolific director during the Golden Age of Mexican Cinema who worked with some of the era’s most prominent stars, Roberto Gavaldón began his career in film as an extra for studio productions in Los Angeles. Upon returning to Mexico in the 1930s, he climbed his way to the director’s chair wearing many hats behind the scenes. In 1955, after success at home, Gavaldón directed his only American film, The Littlest Outlaw, which was a Disney production with an all-Mexican cast lead by Pedro Armendáriz. His 1960 effort Macario, grounded in the Day of the Death tradition, became the first Mexican film to be nominated for the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar. Director Roberto Gavaldón takes this basic situation and weaves skillful action, centering his story on Andres Velasquez, whose performance has seldom been equaled by a child thesp in point of appeal. Review of The Littlest Outlaw by Whitney Willaims, Variety, Dec. 21, 1955George A. Romero(Photo by © Orion/courtesy Everett Collection)The influence of Night of the Living Dead in horror cinema is so immeasurable that it’s difficult to conceive it was George A. Romero s first film. Considered the father of zombie movies, the visionary artist, whose father was Spanish, made that defining production with a minuscule budget through a production company he founded with friends: Image Ten. With his subsequent output in the genre, Romero built a catalogue of brilliantly disturbing fantasies that includes The Crazies, Dawn of the Dead, and Creepshow. Presumed lost for decades, his 1973 film The Amusement Park was ultimately undead : Restored from a 16mm print unearthed in 2017, it was finally released earlier this year, almost half a century later. Night of the Living Dead gets through by tapping some real apprehensions A true piece of modern American gothic, the film has the wit to use horror instead of being used by it.  Review of Night of the Living Dead by Penelope Houston, The Spectator, June 20, 1970Gregory Nava(Photo by ©New Line Cinema/courtesy Everett Collection)Responsible for some of the most emblematic and beloved movies about Hispanics in the U.S., director Gregory Nava has repeatedly broken new ground. Although best known for My Family, an ensemble epic across borders that deals with the mass deportations of people of Mexican descent in the late 1920s and 1930s, and Selena, a biopic on the late Texan singer that catapulted Jennifer Lopez’s acting career, his 1984 drama El Norte made history. The lyrical story of two Guatemalan immigrants in Los Angeles was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay, and it’s one of the few films by a U.S.-born Hispanic director to be part of the National Film Registry and the Criterion Collection. The film is sweet but never cloying. The continuity doesn t break because the actors all excellent convincingly resemble the others who played the same characters in the past. [Full review in Spanish] Review of Mi Familia by Rene Jordan, El Nuevo Herald (Miami), May 9, 1995Joseph B. Vásquez(Photo by © New Line/courtesy Everett Collection)For Afro-Latino writer-director Joseph B. Vásquez, filmmaking came into his life when he got his hands on a Super 8 camera at the age of 12. Fighting his own battles with mental illness as a child raised around addiction, he turned his creative lens to the complexities of life in the South Bronx, first with projects he developed by sheer determination. The pinnacle of this thematic exploration came with Hangin with the Homeboys, a semi-autobiographical work produced by New Line Cinema that drew from his own experiences as a biracial young man in NYC. (A portrait of the cast is seen above.) The comic drama, which won the Screenwriting Award at the 1991 Sundance Film Festival, starred John Leguizamo in one of his first major roles and follows a diverse group of friends. Vasquez open-hearted view toward his characters redeems even the hoariest clichés of this otherwise engaging and admirable addition to the guys-night-out sub-genre. Review of Hangin with the Homeboys by Gene Seymour, Newsday, May 24, 1991Lourdes Portillo(Photo by Amanda Edwards/WireImage)Straddling the culture line between Mexico and the United States, documentary filmmaker Lourdes Portillo has aimed her inquisitive gaze at social justice issues across the Americas since the late 1970s. For her 1985 feature, The Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo, which focuses on a group of fearless women demanding answers from the Argentine government about their disappeared loved ones, she received an Academy Award nomination for Best Documentary as co-director with Susana Blaustein Muñoz. Portillo’s profoundly personal and artistically bold work The Devil Never Sleeps, which chronicles the mysterious death of her uncle, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 1995. [Lourdes Portillo] manipulates her film intercutting it with Mexican soap operas, projecting interviews onto the frames of sunglasses to point to the melodrama her family mystery has become. The effect is breathtaking. Review of The Devil Never Sleeps by Hazel-Dawn Dumpert, L.A. Weekly, Nov. 2, 1995Patricia Cardoso(Photo by eff Kravitz/FilmMagic, Inc)A native of Bogota, Colombia, Patricia Cardoso had a previous existence as an anthropologist before venturing into cinematic storytelling. In 1996 she became the first Hispanic woman to win a Student Academy Award for her short film The Water Carrier. That milestone was followed by what would become her most notable work to date, the coming-of-age story Real Women Have Curves. Telling a cross-generational saga centered around Mexican-American women, this landmark film – recently added to the National Film Registry – was based on the play by Josefina Lopez and gave America Ferrera her first-ever role. (The director is pictured with Ferrera above.) Cardoso also became the first Hispanic woman to win the Sundance Audience Award for this singular take on womanhood. Firmly entrenched in Mexican American culture without the insistent need to be about the culture, it s one of the best Latino films ever made.  Review of Real Women Have Curves by Omar L. Gallaga, Austin American-Statesman, Oct. 25, 2002Ramón Menendez(Photo by © Warner Bros. / courtesy the Everett Collection)Cuban-American director Ramon Menéndez s first behind-the-scenes credit was as an assistant director on Oliver Stone’s Salvador. His breakthrough came in 1988, helming Stand and Deliver, a moving drama about real-life teacher Jaime Escalante that earned Edward James Olmos an Oscar nomination. For his work, Menendez won two Independent Spirit Awards for Best Director and Best Screenplay (with co-writer Tom Musca). This inspirational tale, now in the National Film Registry, also won the prize for Best Feature and has become a staple at schools across the nation.  Menendez was also one of the screenwriters behind Tortilla Soup, a heartfelt comedy about a Hispanic chef and his three daughters that became a box-office success. Director Menéndez has skillfully captured both the school and the kids home environments. Nothing is prettified. We are given barrio life in its beautiful-ugly rawness. Casting choices for the kids are generally brilliant. Review of Stand and Deliver by Ruben Martinez, L.A. Weekly, Mar. 17, 1988Robert Rodriguez(Photo by ©Columbia Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection)Back in the early 1990s when El Mariachi was released, the story of its making (with a jaw-droppingly modest price tag of ,000) instantly put the spotlight on Robert Rodriguez for being a fiercely resourceful talent in independent cinema. The feat had even greater value considering his action-packed debut was in Spanish and shot in Mexico. Since then, the Mexican American director has continued to dismantle preconceptions about what Hispanic stories can be with the success of the Spy Kids franchise and titles such as Sin City and Machete. Throughout his many projects, he’s made it a mandate to cast U.S. born Hispanics as well as Latin American and Spanish talent, helping names like Salma Hayek and Antonio Banderas break into the Hollywood machine. [Robert Rodriguez s] brio is infectious – not just because he s so willing to try anything but because he has a born comedian s superb sense of timing. For all its gunplay and dead bodies, his movie works like an expertly honed stage farce. Review of El Mariachi by Eleanor Ringel Cater, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, May 14, 1993With additional research by Tim Ryan and Sara AtaiiyanOn an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
(Photo by Vijat Mohindra © VH1/2021 Paramount+, Inc.)While Pride Month 2021 will look a lot different than 2020 — being able to celebrate outside, safely, with other people is always welcome — networks and streaming services will have plenty of LGBTQ+–friendly content available to watch in the comfort of your own home if that s what you prefer. From streaming content hubs featuring content by, about, and starring lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer talent to TV premieres (naturally there is a new season of RuPaul s Drag Race debuting this month), you ll be covered.Read on for the month’s best TV and streaming highlights. We ll add more throughout the month as we get word of new premiere dates.Read also: • LGBTQ+ Stars and Creators Pick Their Favorite Pride Month Binge Watches• 175 Essential LGBTQ+ TV Shows• The 30 Best LGBTQ+ Movies on Netflix• Rainbow Tomatoes Pride Month Content HubStreamingHBO Max: Shine On and Your Pass to Pride 2021The streaming service is highlighting its expansive library of LGBTQIA+ stories, characters, and creators on this Pride Month spotlight page. Get exclusive access to concerts, never before seen clips and interviews within the “Your Pass to Pride 2021” Collection, produced by Human by Orientation, an HBO Max initiative that elevates and celebrates the LGBTQIA+ community and encourages people to express their proudest, queerest selves. This June catch music performances from artists like King Princess, VINCINT, Raveena, Soccer Mommy, and MUNA, queer comedy specials from Meg Stalter, Ashley Ray among others, exclusive behind-the-scenes conversations from HBO Max originals like Hacks, drag performances from the queens of We’re Here, artist spotlights and more. The Shine On collection will spotlight series including Veneno, It’s A Sin, We Are Who We Are, Equal, Euphoria, Legendary and We’re Here, documentaries including Welcome to Chechnya, The Trans List, Wig, A Family Is a Family Is a Family, Larry Kramer In Love Anger and more.Hulu: Pride Never StopsHulu s yearlong hub of LGBTQ+ content is expanding to include 12 collections including new Trans Stories and Multicultural Stories collections. The hub features dozens of favorite series and films, including Changing the Game, a new original documentary about trans athletes, the second season of Love, Victor on June 11, FX documentary series Pride, and more (Plan B, Shrill, Cowboys, The Birdcage, and more).NetflixCelebrate Pride month on Netflix by bingeing critically acclaimed LGBTQ+ stories including Schitt s Creek, Grace and Frankie, One Day at a Time, Pose, Queer Eye, Special, Orange Is the New Black, Master of None s third season, and more.ShowtimeStream more than 50 hours of programming for free throughout the month of June, including The L Word, The L Word: Generation Q, Queer As Folk, Work in Progress, XY Chelsea, selected episodes of Jesus Mero and more.Paramount+The streaming service s June programming includes a curated collection featuring LGBTQ+ storylines, characters and talent from across the portfolio, from Star Trek to RuPaul s Drag Race.CrackleCelebrate Pride Month through June with titles including Kinky Boots, C.O.G.
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Ghcxuf 5. MARGOT ROBBIE PRODUCING METH DEALER DRAMA BARBED WIRE HEART (Photo by Frank Masi/Paramount Pictures)Just last week, we learned that production is starting up on a Breaking Bad movie about the continuing misadventures of Aaron Paul s Jesse Pinkman character. Whatever else it might have been, Breaking Bad was most obviously a show about meth production and the illegal drug trade. Warner Bros. is now moving forward with another drama about meth dealers, namely an adaptation of the novel Barbed Wire Heart by author Tess Sharpe. Although she is not expected to star in the film, Margot Robbie s Luckychap production company is developing Barbed Wire Heart along with Dan Lin, whose work at Warner Bros. has included the The LEGO Movie and Sherlock Holmes franchises. The Barbed Wire Heart lead character is the daughter of a meth-dealing killer who squares off against the rival family who took her mother’s life. In related news, Margot Robbie s next film as Harley Quinn, Birds of Prey, has found its Cassandra Cain in newcomer Ella Jay Basco. In the DC Comics, Cassandra Cain is one of the crimefighting heroines who has in the past worn the costume, cape, and mask of Batgirl. Birds of Prey is scheduled for release on February 7, 2020 (up against Peter Rabbit 2, and the week before James Bond 25).Rotten Ideas4. IS THE WORLD READY FOR FRANKEN BERRY AND THE MCU (MONSTER CEREAL UNIVERSE)?(Photo by General Mills)There is something of a strange overlap between monster movies and kids movies, which dates back to the Abbott and Costello crossovers of the 1940s and 1950s and more recently includes the three Hotel Transylvania movies. Starting in 1971, General Mills has produced a line of breakfast cereals that spoof the Universal Classic Monsters. The three most popular are Franken Berry, Count Chocula, and Boo Berry (past cereals Fruit Brute and Fruity Yummy Mummy are currently discontinued). This week, a new Franken Berry billboard went up on Sunset Blvd. prompting people to go to this website. That s where this story gets really weird. It appears that General Mills is actively looking for filmmakers, actors, agents, writers, producers, animators, tastemakers, dealmakers, movers and shakers to help them pitch concepts for movies (or other projects) based on their breakfast cereal monsters. Honestly, we ve seen way worse ideas for movies than, say, a Boo Berry haunted house movie, but we ve also seen way better ones.3. REMAKE OF WESTERN CLASSIC HIGH NOON NOW IN DEVELOPMENTThere are classic movies, and then there are classic movies, those films considered to be amongst the form s highest entries. 1952 s High Noon (Certified Fresh at 96%) is frequently included on all time best lists, in addition to the four Academy Awards it won (including Best Actor). In 2000, the TNT and TBS cable channels produced a remake of High Noon (Rotten at 50%) with Tom Skerritt (Top Gun, TV s Picket Fences) in the small-town marshal role originally played by Gary Cooper. High Noon director Stanley Kramer died a year later in 2001, and now his widow has agreed to a deal starting development on a new remake. High Noon depicted how a U.S. Marshal in the New Mexico territory prepared for the arrival on a train at noon of a team of trained killers sent to carry out revenge for the arrest of their gang leader.2. THAT ANIMATED LASAGNA ISN T GOING TO EAT ITSELF: GARFIELD IS COMING BACK(Photo by 20th Century Fox Film Corp.)In 2004 and 2006, Bill Murray starred as the voice of the world s most famous comic strip cat in Garfield: The Movie (Rotten at 15%) and Garfield: A Tale of Two Kitties (11%). From one perspective, those low Tomatometer scores could mean there s nowhere to go but up, but as with video game movies, it s probably more likely to mean that any future Garfield projects probably won t be well received either. The Garfield movies also weren t particularly successful financially, with the first film only earning million domestically from a budget of million, and the sequel barely making more than a third of that. Regardless, development is underway on a new animated adaptation of Jim Davis popular Garfield comic strip character. The challenging prospect of turning the Garfield ship around is being taken on by director Mark Dindal who is best known for Disney s The Emperor s New Groove (Certified Fresh at 85%) and Chicken Little (Rotten at 37%).1. R.I.P. MARVEL COMICS EDITOR-IN-CHIEF STAN LEE (1922-2018) (Photo by Gabriel Olsen/Getty Images)In 1961, Stan Lee was 39 years old and frustrated with the state of monster and teen romance comics that his company was producing when he was inspired to co-create Fantastic Four, putting a new spin on superhero comics. Over the next five years, Lee, Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, and others at Marvel Comics also gave the world Ant-Man, The Avengers, Black Panther, Daredevil, Doctor Strange, The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man, Nick Fury, Thor, X-Men, and arguably their biggest success, Spider-Man. Starting with 2000 s X-Men, Lee started a long string of movie cameos that really took off when Marvel Studios started producing their own movies in 2008 with Iron Man. This week, Stan Lee died at the age of 95, leaving behind a legacy and body of work rivaled by few in modern pop culture. Stan Lee s cameos made him technically the highest grossing actor of all time (Samuel L. Jackson isn t far behind), but we now only have a few more films that we ll ever get to see Stan in again. As for the future beyond Stan Lee s last cameo, the MCU will obviously continue, but Stan himself also talked last year  about the possibility of a Stan Lee movie (possibly starring Leonardo DiCaprio?). Lee is an entertainment legend and a pop culture icon, and he will be sorely missed. 😈😈

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This Week s Ketchup brings you more headlines from the world of film development news, covering such titles as Frosty the Snowman, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse 2, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.This WEEK S TOP STORYJASON MOMOA IS WARNER BROS.  FROSTY THE SNOWMAN (Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)The studio system of the Golden Age of Hollywood has obviously been dead and gone for decades, but that doesn t mean certain actors don t establish relationships with specific studios. One of the studios best known for that is Warner Bros., which is frequently the home for movies starring Ben Affleck, Bradley Cooper, Tom Cruise, Clint Eastwood, Michael B. Jordan, and of course, the various stars of their DC Comics superhero movies. That last group is important this week, because the star who gave Warner Bros. a massive box office success with Aquaman (Fresh at 65%) was Jason Momoa, who also co-starred in WB-sister-company HBO s Game of Thrones. Momoa kept his relationship with Warner Bros. very, very cool this week by signing on to voice the classic Christmas character Frosty the Snowman in a new live-action/CGI hybrid movie (Frosty himself will be CGI with Momoa s voice, of course). Momoa will also produce Frosty the Snowman along with DC Comics Geoff Johns. He ll next be seen in the reboot of Frank Herbert s Dune, which, likewise, will also be distributed by Warner Bros.Other Top Headlines1. THE ACADEMY S NEW CLASS OF VOTERS INCLUDES AWKAFINA, FLORENCE PUGH, AND ZENDAYA (Photo by Getty Images)The Academy Awards are still recovering from the stigma reflected in the various #OscarsSoWhite hashtags of recent years, and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is likewise continuing to implement changes designed to encourage diversity in the prestige films nominated and awarded each year. There were two different changes this week that both related to who precisely gets to vote each year on the nominees and winners. On Monday, the Board of Governors announced that they had reclassified the membership status of Artist s Representatives (A.K.A. talent agents) from associates to members-at-large, which means that for the first time ever, 111 current agents will now have voting rights for the Oscars. The Academy has over 7,000 voting members, so those 111 votes are still a tiny minority, but the change is still significant and opens the door to other future changes, such as for critics or journalists. Then, on Tuesday, the Academy announced the names of the 819 artists who have been invited to join the Academy with full voting privileges. The list is made up of 45% women, 36% from minority backgrounds, and 49% are international artists from outside the United States. The newest Academy voters will include five of the stars of Parasite, Cynthia Erivo, Zazi Beetz, Constance Wu, Awkwafina, Florence Pugh, and Lakeith Stanfield, among many others.2. TAIKA WAITITI PRODUCING THREE PROJECTS FROM NEW ZEALAND MAORI WRITERS (Photo by Jasin Boland/©Marvel)Some directors are able to find a successful balance between big budget studio projects for them and then their own personal films for me. One such filmmaker is Taika Waititi, who directed Thor: Ragnarok (Certified Fresh at 93%) for Marvel Studios before moving on to his own pet project, Jojo Rabbit ( Certified Fresh at 80%). Waititi has lots of his own projects lined up (including the soccer movie Next Goal Wins, Thor: Love and Thunder, and a Star Wars movie), but this week, he also took on the role of producer in support of New Zealand. Waititi is producing three different projects from New Zealand writers of Maori heritage, with all three films looking at the effects of European colonization on the indigenous people of the country. The three projects will be The Imaginary Lives of James Poneke (about a Maori teenager who travels to 1840s London as part of a Maori museum exhibit), Down the Rabbit Hole (about a Maori woman who ends up in a British prison), and Better than Blood (about an obsessive Maori detective as she hunts down an indigenous serial killer revenging the wrongs of New Zealand’s colonizers ).3. PEDRO ALMODOVAR AND PENELOPE CRUZ REUNITING FOR SEVENTH FILM (Photo by Kristin Callahan/Everett Collection)Although South Korea s Parasite eventually won the Academy Award over it this year, Spanish director Pedro Almodóvar s Pain and Glory (Certified Fresh at 96%) was still one of 2019 s most lauded films. For Pain and Glory, Almodóvar reunited with two of his most frequent (and most famous) co-stars: Antonio Banderas for the eighth time, and Penelope Cruz for the sixth time. We also now know that Almodóvar has once again cast Penelope Cruz for his next film, to be titled Madres Paralela (Parallel Mothers), which will reportedly tell the stories of two mothers (one of them being Cruz, who s now 46) in Madrid who give birth to their babies on the same day, over the first two years of their new children s lives. It s not yet known if there is also a role in Madres Paralela for Anontio Banderas, or who might play the other mother. Madres Paralelas will start filming in Madrid in February, 2021, and it s expected to be released in Spain by the end of that year (which suggests a release in the United States sometime in 2022).4. SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE 2 PRODUCER PROMISES IT WILL MAKE THE FIRST FILM LOOK QUAINT (Photo by ©Columbia Pictures)The animation style used for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (Certified Fresh at 97%) was so innovative that the film was able to win the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature that year against two Disney films (Pixar s Incredibles 2 and Ralph Breaks the Internet). As amazing as it was, producer Chris Miller this week took to Twitter to tease that  The development of new groundbreaking art techniques being done for the next Spider-Verse movie are already blowing me away. It’s going to make the first movie look quaint. Of course, that statement doesn t go on to explain in what ways the sequel will be innovative (they certainly don t want to tip off their competition). The sequel to Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (which hasn t officially been titled yet) is currently scheduled for release over two years from now on October 7, 2022 (but that date could certainly be shifted as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to push release dates back).5. KATE WINSLET TO PORTRAY MODEL-TURNED-WAR CORRESPONDENT LEE MILLER (Photo by ©Warner Bros.)Back in 2015, Steven Spielberg made the news for developing a project called It s What I Do, which would have starred Jennifer Lawrence as war photographer Lynsey Addario (that project appears to have stalled in the years since). This week, another biopic about a female war photographer is getting going, except that the setting for this one will be World War II. Kate Winslet is now attached to star in Lee, a biopic about Vogue model-turned-war-correspondent Lee Miller, who was on the scene for events like the London Blitz, the liberation of Paris from the Nazis, and the discoveries of the concentration camps at Buchenwald and Dachau. Lee will be the feature film directorial debut of cinematographer Ellen Kuras, whose work includes Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (starring Winslet) and episodes of shows like Catch-22, Ozark, and The Umbrella Academy.6. WILL SMITH S EMANCIPATION LANDS AT APPLE FOR 0 MILLION (Photo by Scott Garfield/©Netflix)Last year, Netflix ended up spending something north of 0 million on Martin Scorsese s mob biopic The Irishman (Certified Fresh at 96%), and this week brought news of another expensive project being picked up by one of Netflix s streaming competitors. The movie in question is the recently announced slavery-era epic Emancipation, in which Will Smith will star as the runaway slave Peter whose scarred back was photographed in 1863 to inspire the Northern public during the Civil War. Emancipation went up for sale at the Virtual Cannes market last week, leading to a sale to Apple for 0 million, which set an all-time record for the largest festival acquisition deal ever. Emancipation will be directed by Antoine Fuqua (Olympus Has Fallen, The Equalizer) and produced by Will Smith s Westbrook Studios production company. Apple is expected to premiere Emancipation in theaters before it debuts on Apple TV+.7. SHAZAM! SUPERHERO ZACHARY LEVI TO STAR IN KURT WARNER FOOTBALL BIOPIC (Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)One of the last movies to actually be released in theaters before the COVID-19 pandemic shut everything down for months (and delayed pretty much everything) was the faith-based romantic drama I Still Believe (Rotten at 51%), starring KJ Apa and Britt Robertson. This week, two different movies with direct connections to I Still Believe made the news. That film was directed by the sibling team of Andrew and Jon Erwin, and their next movie is going to be a football biopic called American Underdog: The Kurt Warner Story. The Erwin brothers were able to cast the star of one of 2019 s biggest superhero movies, as the title role of Kurt Warner will be played by  Zachary Levi, who played the superhero alter ego in Shazam! (Certified Fresh at 90%). Levi will star as NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Kurt Warner, who went from stocking shelves at a supermarket to becoming a Super Bowl MVP. Also making the news this week is a project called Jesus Revolution, which is also based on a true story, this time about a group of California teenage hippies in the early 1970s who form their own religious movement called the Harvest Christian Fellowship. Jesus Revolution is being produced by the same people behind I Still Believe, and the cast will include Jim Gaffigan and Joel Courtney.8. SETH ROGEN BRINGING BACK ANIMATED TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES (Photo by ©Warner Bros.)It s clear that Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles remains a popular franchise for many fans, whether their love of the characters started with the 1980s-1990s animated TV show, the 1990s live-action movies, or the gritty 1980s black-and-white comics that started it all. After those original three live live-action films in the 1990s, the first attempt at rebooting the franchise came in 2007 with the computer animated TMNT, which was then followed in 2014 by a live-action reboot that received a sequel in 2016 called Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows (Rotten at 37%). Now we can confirm that another attempt at reviving Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, specifically as a CGI-animated feature film, is in development, with Seth Rogen s Point Grey Pictures teaming up with Nickelodeon and Paramount Pictures on the project. This seventh Ninja Turtles movie will be directed by Jeff Rowe (a writer on Disney s Gravity Falls who is making his directorial debut with Connected) working from a screenplay by Brendan O Brien (co-writer of Neighbors, Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising). It s not yet known if Rogen himself plans on taking a role in the movie (Casey Jones, perhaps?).9. GERARD BUTLER CONFIRMS SEQUELS TO DEN OF THIEVES AND FALLEN FRANCHISE(Photo by Susie Allnutt/©Focus Features)If movie theaters do indeed open back up across the country by August, one of the first movies scheduled to be one of the first in wide release is Greenland, a Deep Impact-style disaster movie starring Gerard Butler. Although Greenland is an original story, Butler confirmed this week that that two of his upcoming projects will be sequels. One of them will be Den of Thieves 2: Pantera, a sequel to the 2018 heist action thriller Den of Thieves (Rotten at 42%) that earned million worldwide. Butler describes the Den of Thieves sequel (about his character chasing O Shea Jackson  Jr. s character around the world) as a fun ride, spreading across North America into Europe and the diamond district of Marseilles. Butler also promised that a fourth movie in the franchise that started in 2013 with Olympus Has Fallen (Rotten at 49%) is also in the works, although he didn t mention a title or a location that will presumably have fallen. The second movie in 2016 was London Has Fallen (Rotten at 27%) and the third last year was Angel Has Fallen (Rotten at 39% ).

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