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亚博电子游戏网址采用百度引擎1(Baidu 2)人气极高的战争策略对战手游,采用了经典的像素画风,为玩家们带来了众多经典的战役,玩法十分的有趣!游戏开始后,玩家需要制定详细的作战计划,对自己的军事基地进行规划,提升我方军队的作战能力,不断的进行战斗,扩大自己的领土。游戏玩法模式十分的丰富,玩家可以尽情的体验,享受游戏带来的战斗乐趣!

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love, jobs, and figuring out all sorts of bigger picture issues. Stars Kabrina Adams, Dede Lovelace, Nina Moran, Rachelle Vinberg, and Ajani Russell, and directed by Crystal Moselle. Premieres June 11. (HBO Max)• Bosch Season 7 marks the end of the road for LAPD detective Harry Bosch (Titus Welliver), but a spin-off of the Michael Connelly-created series is coming to IMDB TV, and may include co-stars Lance Reddick and Jamie Hector as Chief Irving and Harry’s partner Jerry. Bosch’s final season premieres June 25. (Amazon Video)• The Last Mercenary stars Jean-Claude Van Damme as a retired secret service agent who has to return to the job 25 years later when his estranged son is accused of some major crimes by the French government. Premieres July 30. (Netflix)• Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail is the third season of the TBS comedy, and this time stars Daniel Radcliffe, Steve Buscemi, Geraldine Viswanathan, Karan Soni and Jon Bass are moved to the American Old West, as a small-town preacher (Radcliffe) and an outlaw (Buscemi) lead a wagon train across the titular trail. Premieres July 13. (TBS)• Dave became FXX’s most-watched series ever, and Season 2 returns with further debauchery and guest stars like Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Kevin Hart, Kendall Jenner, Doja Cat, and Lil Nas X. Stars Lil Dicky. Premieres June 16. (FXX)• Outer Banks Season 2 finds John B. and Sarah on the lam in the Bahamas. Stars Chase Stokes and Madelyn Cline. Premieres July 30. (Netflix)For all the latest TV and streaming trailers, subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel.CASTING:She-Hulk Casts The Good Place Star Jameela Jamil as Supervillain Titania(Photo by Amy Sussman/Getty Images)The Good Place star Jameela Jamil has joined the cast of Disney+’s She-Hulk, where she’ll play She-Hulk (Tatiana Maslany) rival Titania, a supervillain with super strength. (Variety)Annie herself has yet to be cast, but Taraji P. Henson will play Miss Hannigan in NBC’s upcoming Annie Live musical. Producers have launched a nationwide virtual search to find the youngest star for the special, which is expected to air near the end of 2021.Danny Trejo has joined the cast of American Horror Stories, Ryan Murphy’s American Horror Story spin-off, reports Deadline. Murphy confirmed several castings for the anthology series, including Kevin McHale (Glee), Dyllón Burnside (Pose), Charles Melton (Riverdale), and Nico Greetham (The Prom).HBO Max’s Sex and the City reboot, And Just Like That …, has added even more returning cast members, including Mario Cantone as Charlotte’s friend Anthony, David Eigenberg as Miranda’s husband Steve, Willie Garson as Carrie’s pal Stanford, and Evan Handler as Charlotte’s husband Harry. The nearly full house of cast members reprising their roles is a boon for SATCfans, but it also makes the absence of Kim Cattrall even more glaring.Mary-Louise Parker will play Mysterious Woman in the HBO movie adaptation of author Elena Ferrante’s bestseller The Days of Abandonment. The movie stars Natalie Portman as Tess, whose supposedly stable home life is thrown into turmoil when her husband abandons the family. Mysterious Woman starts appearing to Tess everywhere, and makes her begin to doubt her sanity.Dennis Quaid will play producer Rick Kirkham in Peacock’s Joe Exotic miniseries. Kirkham is the memorable reality TV producer who recalled in Tiger King trying to make a documentary about Exotic’s Oklahoma tiger park. The Peacock series will feature John Cameron Mitchell (Shrill) as Exotic and Saturday Night Live’s Kate McKinnon as Exotic’s foe, Carole Baskin.Judy Greer has joined the cast of HBO’s The White House Plumbers, a limited series about the Watergate scandal. She’ll play Fran Liddy, the wife of G. Gordon Liddy (Justin Theroux). Theroux and Woody Harrelson, who plays Liddy’s fellow Richard Nixon adviser E. Howard Hunt, are executive producers on the five-part series. Liddy and Hunt were the architects of the burglary of the Democratic National Committee headquarters in 1972, the scandal that led to the end of Nixon’s presidency. (Deadline)Mickey Rourke has joined the cast of Peacock’s eight-episode MacGruber series, for which Will Forte will reprise his titular role from the skit and spin-off movie that originated on Saturday Night Live. Rourke will play the villainous Brigadier Commander Enos Queeth, a MacGruber enemy who was presumed dead, but who has resurfaced to carry out a nefarious plot and get revenge against MacGruber. Also in the all-star cast: Sam Elliott as MacGruber’s estranged dad, Perry; Laurence Fishburne as the respected General Barrett Fasoose, who’s married to MacGruber’s ex-wife; and Kristen Wiig and Ryan Phillippe, who reprise their MacGruber movie roles as Vicki St. Elmo (who MacGruber marries at the end of the movie) and MacGruber cohort Dixon Piper.Game of Thrones alum Sophie Turner joins the cast of HBO Max’s limited series The Staircase, based on the story of Michael Peterson, the author who was accused of killing his wife and whose case was covered in the documentary of the same name. Turner will play Margaret Ratliff, one of Peterson’s adopted daughters. Colin Firth plays Peterson, while Toni Collette, Parker Posey, Juliette Binoche, and Rosemarie DeWitt also star.Orange Is the New Black and Star Trek: Voyager star Kate Mulgrew has joined Showtime’s The First Lady series, playing Susan Sher, Michelle Obama’s chief of staff. Oscar-winning Crashproducer Cathy Schulman will serve as showrunner for the anthology series. (Deadline)With Chris Harrison permanently out as host of all things The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, Tituss Burgess, Lance Bass, and Lil Jon will join David Spade as rotating guest hosts in the upcoming season of Bachelor in Paradise.Matthew Goode (The Good Wife) will play legendary producer Robert Evans in Paramount+’s The Offer, the 10-episode limited series about the making of The Godfather. (Deadline)Curtiss Cook Jr. (The Day Shall Come) and Gbenga Akinnagbe (The Deuce) will star in Season 2 of Hulu’s Wu-Tang: An American Saga series. Cook Jr. will play Mathematics, the group’s DJ, producer, and creator of the iconic Wu-Tang logo, while Akinnagbe will play John “Mook” Gibbons, the group’s first manager. (Deadline)Ugly Betty star Mark Indelicato will star in Amazon’s hour-long romantic comedy With Love, from One Day at a Time producer Gloria Calderón Kellett. Indelicato plays Jorge, who, along with sister Lily (Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments’ Emeraude Toubia), is looking for love, and thinks he has found the man of his dreams … but he’s afraid to take him home to his family. (Deadline)Meanwhile, One Day at a Time star Justina Machado has signed on for the Amazon drama pilot The Horror of Dolores Roach, which is based on the podcast of the same name. Dolores is a woman released from prison after 16 years, who returns to her gentrified Washington Heights NYC neighborhood with nothing but 0 and the clothes she’s wearing. She knows no one and nothing, except her friend Luis and a local empanada restaurant.Hulu’s Elizabeth Holmes limited series The Dropout has added William H. Macy, Laurie Metcalf, Stephen Fry, Elizabeth Marvel, Michael Ironside, Bill Irwin, Michel Gill, and Josh Pais to the cast led by Amanda Seyfried portraying Theranos founder Holmes. (Variety)Beau Bridges and Ludacris have joined the cast of the Queen Latifah Netflix thriller End of the Road. Latifah plays a recent widow who’s moving her family cross country to start a new life, only to become the target of a killer along the way. No details are being revealed about Bridges’ and Ludacris’ roles … could one of them be the mysterious murderer? 手游是个大市场,巨头公司争先抢占市场赚钱的吧!但是手游巨头公司不会把自己研发的手游游戏下放外包的~所以加盟巨头公司的手游还是别想了,可以退而求次加盟国内的中流手游游戏厂商,外包给国内的游戏发行商代理加盟,至于为什么要找游戏发行商代理加盟,主要还是直接找厂商代理加盟前期需要投资的金额比较高,没个50W投入是代理不了的。
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LOL手游上线已经有一段时间了,咱们国服现在正在进行测试,不知道各位小伙伴有没有顺利拿到资格号呢?反正我作为一个老玩家,不知道为啥就是没有抽到内测资格……可能运气这东西真的与我无关吧!亚博电子游戏网址ketplace with lesser competing options for the public to experience in theaters. Raya had made .17 million in its first 12 days and has more than doubled that total since. The Marksman with Liam Neeson had only grossed .35 million in 12 days and has managed to scrounge out over million. GvK will still have another weekend at No. 1 and will fall back with Mortal Kombat the week after, at which time it should settle into second place for another three weeks until Spiral comes out, and there is no reason to believe it will not still be in the top five come Memorial Day weekend. That’s a long road ahead, but it is still very possible that 0 million could be there at the end of it.The Top 10 and Beyond: Voyagers Lands with a Thud(Photo by Lionsgate)The only big theatrical contender this week was Lionsgate’s Lord of the Flies in space, aka Voyagers, which was not liked by critics (with a 27% Tomatometer score) or cared about by audiences this weekend grossing a paltry .3 million. Sure, it is only the 12th film of 2021 to open with more than a million, but it could not even crack the top 10 on that small list. Even the long-delayed Chaos Walking managed to open to .77 million, one of only seven movies this year so far to gross over million.Beyond that, it was a week of small drops. Nobody retained its second-place spot falling just 12 percent to .65 million. It has now crossed the million line. Last week’s No. 2, The Unholy, fell to third with only a 23 percent drop. It’s total now stands at .7 million. Tom Jerry dropped only 17 percent and has run its total to over million. Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon actually increased business this week, going up 2 percent and grossing .1 million for a total of million.These Dates In Box Office History: Vin Diesel’s The Fast and the Furious Franchise Revved Up Audiences for the Summer Blockbuster SeasonApril 9: On this day in 2017, the Jennifer Lawrence/Chris Pratt sci-fi film, Passengers, grossed ,876. That was enough to push it over the 0 million mark on its 110th day of release. (What an anniversary for Voyagers to be opening on with its unwanted advances in space premise.)April 10: This is a big date for films crossing the 0 million line. In 1999, Dreamworks’ animated The Prince of Egypt made 1,406 to get there on day 114 of its release. Steven Spielberg got their faster in the director’s chair in 2018 when Ready Player One grossed .34 million to reach the mark in just 13 days. Though eight years earlier in 2010, the remake of Clash of the Titans took in .04 million to reach the milestone in just nine days. Much faster than Vin Diesel’s family film, The Pacifier, did in 2005 when it grossed 9,633 on its 38th day. Diesel got there a lot quicker – and doubled it – 10 years later when Furious 7 made .86 million in its eighth day to cross the 0 million line.April 11: Turns out these are big dates for one Vin Diesel as Fast and Furious is his third film on the list this week. His return to the franchise made .43 million in its ninth day to cross 0 million. Three years later on this date, Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax grossed 5,795 to pass 0 million on its 41st day of release. That is a milestone that Fast and Furious would not reach.On the Vine: Fresh Festival Films Take a Shot at Box Office Glory

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(Photo by Eric Milner / Orion Pictures)In July 2018, it was announced that Orion Pictures had secured the rights to the first Child’s Play film, written by Don Mancini and directed by Tom Holland, but fans were to expect some major changes in this franchise reboot.Mancini is in development with a Child’s Play television series for SyFy, ensuring that all the original elements of Chucky’s rise to power (and marriage and kids) would be preserved. That frees up new director Lars Klevberg and first-time writer Tyler Burton Smith to do a totally different take on the original film, potentially spawning their own parallel franchise.Cast and crew began shooting in the fall of 2018, and Klevberg was nice enough to invite us up to Vancouver to the famed Riverview Hospital, where all your favorite spooky things are filmed, to get a glimpse of the new world of Child’s Play. Back then, no footage had been released to the public, and news had not yet broken that Mark Hamill would be voicing the

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4.25.2 9月喜迎Are Marvel superheroes now only allowed to save the day on Disney+? ABC Entertainment president Karey Burke was asked how her new corporate sibling was at sharing intellectual property when she spoke to journalists Wednesday at the broadcast channel s press day at the winter portion of the Television Critics Association biannual tour. She also answered questions about this year s Oscars ceremony, which air February 9 on ABC, and revealed news of a live production of Mel Brooks Young Frankenstein stage musical and more.TOP STORYWHAT TO EXPECT IN A POST-S.H.I.E.L.D. WORLD (Photo by ABC/Marvel Television)With ABC s Marvel s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. heading into its final season and other series based on Marvel comic-book characters leaving Netflix, it s easy to assume that all any hope of seeing a live-action superhero show from this universe would require a subscription to the recently launched Disney+, which — like ABC — is a subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company.Burke told journalists at TCA that, while she s sad to see S.H.I.E.L.D. go, we’re looking forward to working with [Marvel Studios president] Kevin Feige, and we’re at the very beginning of conversations with him now about what a Marvel and ABC show might look like. Like all older children who have embraced a new baby in the home, she cautioned that right now, Marvel’s focus has been on Disney+, as it should be.”IT S ALIVE! A LIVE SHOW!(Photo by 20th Century Fox)Still into watching (and tweeting about) live TV adaptations of stage musicals? Walk this way ABC announced Wednesday that it has partnered with Mel Brooks on Young Frankenstein Live!, which is based on the stage musical adaptation by Brooks and Thomas Meehan of the 1974 film parody by Brooks and Gene Wilder of the classic Mary Shelley novel — voof! This production will include music from the stage production, which was originally composed by Brooks.Although an official air date has not been released, Burke said that the special will, fittingly, air just in time for Halloween. Casting will also be announced later this year.A MILLENNIAL SPIN ON THIRTYSOMETHINGThe latest classic program to get a sequel is thirtysomething, the ground-breaking TV dramedy from the late 20th century about, well, people in their 30s. ABC has ordered a pilot of the project, which is titled thirtysomething(else) and is written by original series creators Marshall Herskovitz and Edward Zwick. Although a deal isn t finalized yet, the plan is for Zwick to direct.Also returning? Original cast members Ken Olin, Mel Harris, Timothy Busfield, and Patty Wettig. Other actors will play their now-grown offspring because, as the press release states, apparently, raising children (even grown children) never ends. But who could have known how hard it would be for them to raise their parents? MODERN FAMILY S FANS LOVE MITCH CAM(Photo by ABC/Tony Rivetti)Speaking of fan-favorite series about parenting and families, ABC will be saying goodbye to its Emmy-winning mockumentary Modern Family on April 8. The show has changed the way many people view topics like adoption, interracial marriages and May-December romances. It also helped normalize the previously taboo idea of a married gay couple, thanks to Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Eric Stonestreet’s portrayals of Mitchell Pritchett and Cameron Tucker.The actors and creators are thankful for this appreciation and support. Ferguson thought back to the first episode, where Mitch and Cam surprise their family with the news that they ve adopted a baby. Putting a gay couple in the forefront and not having it be a sidekick and having them be an integrated part of the family and not leading with the fact that they’re gay — meeting them when they’re at this moment in time when they’re bringing home a child and becoming new parents for the first time — it’s something that’s incredibly relatable to so many people, gay and straight and nonbinary, Ferguson told journalists during his show s TCA panel. I think it was revolutionary back then, and I don’t think it’s as revolutionary now, which I think is a great thing. THE OSCARS GO HOSTLESS — AGAINKeeping with what has become a tradition, Burke confirmed that the Academy Awards ceremony will again go without a celebrity host. Still, she promises, that Hollywood s biggest night will still have big musical numbers, big comedy and star power. Don t feel too bad for Jimmy Kimmel, ABC s late-night star and former Oscar host. He ll be hosting a celebrity version of long-running ABC game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. The famous folk will be playing for charity and episodes begin airing April 8. No word on whether Kimmel will don original host Regis Philbin s wide metallic ties.THE BACHELOR GETS A SONG IN ITS HEART(Photo by ABC/Paul Hebert)You d think that people would have had enough of silly love songs, but The Bachelor franchise sees it isn t so.New series The Bachelor: Listen to Your Heart premieres April 13 and is meant to keep fans, ahem, engaged between the end of a season of The Bachelor and the start of a new season of The Bachelorette.The twist to this spin-off? The 20 singletons/contestants will try to find love through music. Yes, to quote the press release, this means they will be singing well-known songs, both individually and as couples, [and] they will look to form attractions through the melodies, find and reveal their feelings and ultimately, fall in love. Burke told journalists to think The Bachelor meets A Star Is Born. Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
After a longer-than-expected wait, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier is finally here, premiering to Disney+ on Friday, March 19. And while it s been nearly two years since Avengers: Endgame first premiered in theaters, the story (and some of the major plot-points therein) are still having an impact on our heroes Sam Wilson/The Falcon (Anthony Mackie) and Bucky Barnes/The Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan).Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) closest friends never were top-tier in the Avengers franchise, but it looks like The Falcon and The Winter Soldier is aiming to change that. Can Sam and Bucky rise to the challenge against a mysterious new foe, while also reconciling with their own pasts in order to see where they fit in a post-Endgame world without Captain America? And, more importantly, will the fans want to come along for the ride?Here s what critics are saying about The Falcon and The Winter Soldier episode 1 (note: reviews are posted under each episode —rather than on the season 1 page — since critics are supplied with new episodes each week just before their debut):HOW ARE ANTHONY MACKIE AND SEBASTIAN STAN?Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan are on top form, with the latter really given the chance to shine as Bucky struggles to find his place in the world. His peaceful sabbatical in Wakanda as the White Wolf is over, so what happens when he’s confronted by the sins of his past? That’s a question this series looks to be setting out to answer, and if this first episode is any indication, that could take the character to some extraordinary places. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comMackie and Stan stretch nicely in their expanded roles, finding room to play with both high drama and dark comedy, respectively — an odd couple in emotional beats as much as their actual character pairing. Stan finds touching humor in Bucky s impossible circumstances (yes, we get Bucky on a date, and it is everything), and Mackie s expressive eyes and face bookend the episode with two wordless yet striking scenes. We don t need any explanation for Sam s grief, doubt, and disappointment when we watch the actor in those moments. Proma Khosla, MashableBetween the jaw-clenched brooding and reflective staring, Mackie and Stan find small but meaningful moments to illustrate their innate charms. Mackie’s smile has a natural glow that’s impossible to resist, and he gets to crack it a few times while “Uncle Sam” (yup) jokes with his young nephews or cajoles his sister into a new business plan. Stan, meanwhile, has this simple little moment with a Maneki-neko that’s destined for meme glory (while still conveying Bucky’s deep desire for the world to stop moving, just for a second, so he can catch up). Once these two get together, making enough time for fans to enjoy their natural charisma among the requisite action scenes may be the show’s greatest challenge. Ben Travers, IndieWireFor Mackie — a prolific character actor many first noticed in his role in “Half Nelson” fifteen years ago — this is an overdue moment in the sun. Mackie’s work in the Marvel films has been consistently strong but somewhat underwritten, given the magnitude of his talent. What is striking about his presence here is that he is permitted to embody complexity. Daniel D Addario, VarietyDOES IT STRIKE A GOOD BALANCE BETWEEN ACTION AND DRAMA?(Photo by © Disney+, @ Marvel Studios)On the surface, the action sequences are arguably some of the best seen in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Dewey Singleton, AwardsWatchThe trailers for The Falcon and the Winter Soldier promised a lot of action in this series, and the first episode doesn t have much of it. The few action sequences that are in the premiere are stellar, but this is a show that doesn t mind taking its time. Charlie Ridgely, ComicBook.comTonally it’s along the lines of The Winter Soldier and the start of Civil War, at least regarding political jockeying and America-centric military issues. That’s both good and bad. On the one hand, the series could delve into some very worthy considerations of what it means to serve, to come home, to feel unmoored by a world that has moved past you; it could even reach Wanda-levels of introspection and emotional resonance regarding consequence. On the other, it could devolve into more of how this first episode starts: Call of Duty-esque mumbo jumbo, murder, explosions. Allison Keene, Paste MagazineHOW DOES IT PORTRAY THE POST-BLIP WORLD?(Photo by Chuck Zlotnick/Marvel Studios)With this show, we’re able to get more of Sam’s backstory, which hasn’t been much of a focus previously. Poised to perhaps take the reigns from Steve Rogers, we’re able to connect with him on another level; learning more about his family and life before The Avengers. And we’ll also see how he’s dealing with returning post-“blip”, having missed five years, and what that experience is like. Jordi Sirkin, Jordi Reviews ItBy honing in on Sam’s anxiety as a black man on the precipice of taking up the moniker of America’s Aryan saviour, the writers have added a layer of complexity to his character that we hadn’t seen before. Mackie, too, steps up to the plate in a big way, exhibiting a rawness that is hard to come by in superhero fare. Ben Allen, GQ Magazine [UK]The Falcon show features the boffo action opening, and also a richer exploration of the lives of those left behind in the Snap and of the internal contradictions of being a Black superhero in a country that doesn t fully embrace Blackness than Marvel has ever approached. Daniel Fienberg, Hollywood ReporterSpellman and his writers have a blast with the post-Endgame world, using the space allowed a TV series to ask questions that movies simply don’t have time to address. Do Avengers get paid? What actually happens to a nation’s infrastructure when billions of people reappear after five years? The nerdy world-building is given room to breathe and it’s a hoot. Jacob Hall, SlashFilmNow, with his mind finally free of Hydra s influence, Bucky is a 104-year-old man trying to find peace — or at least his version of it. In many ways, Bucky s story is a sadder version of the one presented by Steve Rogers. After Steve was thawed out from the ice by Nick Fury, fans only got to see brief glimpses of him readjusting to modern society. The Falcon and Winter Soldier gives viewers more time to see Bucky attempt his rehabilitation tour. Tim Adams, CBRIS THE PRODUCTION VALUE WORTHY OF THE MCU?Primetime Emmy–nominated director Kari Skogland (The Handmaid’s Tale; The Loudest Voice) is easily the biggest standout here, as she brings a very unique eye to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Some of the camera angles she utilizes throughout the first episode feel so intimate, it’s almost like you’re inside the characters’ heads, a trick that works especially well in Bucky’s therapy scene. The premiere does feel familiar — staying true to the tone set by the Russo Brothers in The Winter Soldier and Civil War — but under her direction, everything feels oddly fresh and exciting at the same time. Rohan Patel, ComicBookMovie.comThe excellent production values and interesting writing/directing is what make The Falcon and The Winter Soldier worth watching. Allison Skornick-Rose, Flick DirectANY FINAL THOUGHTS?(Photo by Chuck Zlotnick/Marvel Studios)As enjoyable as it is to catch up with the two leads (while being treated to some jaw-dropping action), this is definitely something of a slow burn which drops plenty of hints about what’s to come without rushing into bringing in characters like Sharon Carter and Zemo. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comWith a timeliness its creators could not have predicted, “The Falcon and The Winter Soldier” will likely grow to feel as necessary to our national conversation as “Wandavision” did this winter. Possibly even more so, with themes of national chaos and what “American values” really mean.And, maybe most importantly, how we move forward. Brigid Presecky, Impressionist MediaThe series has so much inherent potential to be a breakthrough moment for action storytelling, so long as it leans more into the unique skills of its nimble characters, and not just what makes them flashy in short bursts. Nick Allen, RogerEbert.com“The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” has yet to reach its ideal cruising altitude but it’s smooth, slow climb that promises to take viewers to new, exciting destinations. Lorraine Ali, Los Angeles TimesThe Falcon and The Winter Soldier premieres Friday, March 19, on Disney+.
你说就这种情况下,国服能不急吗?手游跟端游现在一个不争的事实就是两个游戏压根玩起来不是一个游戏,现在国服大部分玩家还没玩到游戏,要是玩家都知道了,老玩家肯定更多的还是选择端游,那现在最好的做法自然是直接上线收费系统,因为官方明白,玩家玩了之后流下来继续玩的几率比端游小太多,放走了这批玩家,可能也就永远没机会了。

Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg took the world by storm with her work to combat the global climate change crisis and in doing so became one of the most recognizable activists on the planet. Chronicling her journey across the globe fighting for action, sitting down with world leaders, and making media appearances, I Am Greta gives an intimate look at the young woman behind the movement. Kelsey Adams of Georgia Straight writes, Director Nathan Grossman captures the humanity of her larger-than-life tale with an unnervingly close look into her interior life. Streaming on Hulu November 13th
烽烟战九州是一款十分不错的战争策略战斗手游,烽烟战九州游戏你可以感受到全新战略玩法,各种十分优秀的战争模拟对抗玩法为您推出。这里有各种策略方法,并且还有各种商业模式等着你去探索和招募更强大的战斗英雄与你一起战斗。不同的英雄给你带来不同的利益和挑战。与合作伙伴携手完成新的冒险。
在本次测试当中,台服也上线了一个全新的玩法。这个玩法和英雄联盟端游无限火力类似,只在固定的时间内开放,虽然不会永久开放,但只要推出一定会受到玩家们的喜欢,到时候就可以保证游戏的在线人数和游戏热度。“LOL手游可以万人同屏战斗”,这是怎么回事呢?原来这一副本模式的Boos就是男爵,很多网友会与你一同作战,玩家们一同发送消息才能触发攻击,在玩家们的相互配合之下才能击杀大龙。当然,毕竟是Boos,在完成游戏任务之后还会获得一定小小的奖励。
From Walt Disney Animation Studios comes a new princess-driven fantasy adventure with a focus on Southeast Asian representation and heavy themes involving a sentient plague and trust issues among humans. And it’s action-packed and full of laughs, too. Raya and the Last Dragon is receiving rave reviews for its ambitious ideas, stunning visuals, and impressive thrills, all of which will entertain audiences of all ages, whether on the big screen or streaming at a premium price on Disney+. But is it another instant classic from Disney with immediately beloved characters and iconic storytelling?Here’s what critics are saying about Raya and the Last Dragon:Does Disney have another animated classic on its hands?Disney has done it again.  Danielle Solzman, Solzy at the MoviesAnother huge win for the studio.  Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comOne of Disney s most breathtakingly beautiful endeavors yet.  Rob Hunter, Film School Rejects[It’s] the best animated Disney film since Moana.  Brandon Katz, ObserverRaya and the Last Dragon has all the makings of a modern Disney classic. Molly Freeman, Screen RantIs the story a familiar one?The narrative skeleton is, if anything, even more generic, and also a reminder that the generic has its pleasures. Justin Chang, Los Angeles TimesDisney on autopilot is still pretty good. Robert Daniels, The Playlist[It’s] a tribute to Disney’s patented style of timeless, grand and immersive storytelling. But it’s also a pioneering picture, embracing timely, compassionate sentiments on our contemporary culture. Courtney Howard, Fresh Fiction(Photo by ©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Are there any comparable films it recalls?If Moana, Tangled, Mulan, Abominable and Big Hero 6 had a child…you’d get Raya and the Last Dragon. Christie Cronan, Raising WhasiansLike 2016 s Moana and 2009’s The Princess and the Frog, the film stands apart, through fresh voices and cultures, while still embracing universal truths and ideals. Rob Hunter, Film School RejectsIn its expansive world-building and aesthetic variety, Raya and the Last Dragon most viscerally conjures up the experience of watching a Star Wars film. Dan Rubins, Slant MagazineThe film the feel of a condensed Tolkien epic — a Lord of the Rings-light quest that takes Raya throughout Kumandra to accomplish her mission. Peter Debruge, VarietyHow is the animation?Raya and the Last Dragon is a technical triumph in every possible facet, simply just eye candy from start to finish. Sean Mulvihill, FanboyNationSome of the best visual work of Disney’s 3D era. Environments are jaw-droppingly impressive, reflecting a lived-in world that’s mythology and culture inform its architecture. Jacob Oller, Paste MagazineYou ve never seen [water] animated so exquisitely…from water droplets to nautical travel to the epic beauty of a character leaping from one raindrop to the next, it is extraordinary. Rob Hunter, Film School Rejects(Photo by ©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)What about the performances?It s Tran s movie and she excels in the lead role as Raya. Molly Freeman, Screen RantTran imbues Raya with both a tenderness and a steely determination, making the character one of the more fascinating Disney princesses in a long time. Sean Mulvihill, FanboyNationTran’s pitch-perfect performance makes organic even the heavier character beat. Inkoo Kang, Hollywood Reporter[Raya is] a well-rounded, complex character, much of that hinges of the emotion Tran delivers through her performance. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comAwkwafina as Sisu is a bit over-the-top, and that’s what makes me laugh. Tania Lamb, Lola LambchopsAwkwafina is a gifted comic actor, but she’s no Robin Williams or Eddie Murphy. Peter Debruge, VarietyDoes the movie have great side characters?An enormous pill bug named Tuk Tuk… seems destined for ‘season s hottest toy’ status. Angie Han, MashableSisu just isn’t special enough to gain entry to the Disney character hall of fame… [she] looks weird, like someone stuck a plastic My Little Pony head on a floppy feather-boa body. Peter Debruge, VarietyI could’ve done without the [light-fingered toddler from Talon], which caused a fresh flare-up of post-Baby Geniuses stress disorder. Justin Chang, Los Angeles Times(Photo by ©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)How respectful is the Southeast Asian representation?Detail in the faces of the two rivals and Sisu in her human form… suggest something of the diversity in facial features among a group of people often stereotyped as all looking the same. Inkoo Kang, Hollywood ReporterFrom the tone and texture to the shine and glow – Raya and the main characters did not have that fake yellow skin, but a better representation of olive skin tone. Christie Cronan, Raising WhasiansThe specific pan-Asian details — a bowl of shrimp congee, a price paid in jade pieces — are amusing even when they brush up gently against stereotype. Justin Chang, Los Angeles TimesRaya‘s vision of diversity doesn’t feel as satisfying as a more culturally specific story like Pixar’s Coco, which found universality within its specificity. Hoai-Tran Bui, SlashfilmWill action fans be satisfied?When it comes to the action sequences, Raya and the Last Dragon breaks new ground… taking cultural fighting styles and bringing them to life via animation. Sheraz Farooqi, ComicBook DebateI seriously can’t speak highly enough about tense combative frames, as each swashbuckling sequence holds precision akin to live-action features. Matt Conway, Battle Royale With CheeseThe face-off between Raya and Namaari delivers a thrilling set-piece that any action film would love to claim as its own. Rob Hunter, Film School RejectsFull of chases and elaborate style action sequences that would make Indiana Jones blush… the fight scenes are simply jaw-dropping, full of energy and oomph. Hoai-Tran Bui, SlashfilmRyan FujitaniIs it funny?Don’t worry. There’s lots of levity, between the sequence that features color bomb farting fireflies and Sisu’s comedic, Genie-esque antics. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionHall and Estrada’s jaunty direction pairs nicely with Nguyen and Lim’s wonderfully smart script to add plenty of humor to an otherwise dark story. Kate Erbland, IndieWireThere’s a strain of wacky comedy that feels more in line with an early 2000s DreamWorks movie. Hoai-Tran Bui, SlashfilmWhen your gag is done better by the dopey penguins in the Madagascar movies, you know it’s run its course. Jacob Oller, Paste MagazineWill it move you?Raya and the Last Dragon is so rooted in emotion, that this motley crew is capable of kicking up big laughs and more than a few tears. Kate Erbland, IndieWireThere were many moments that I sat crying, and others where I cheered on Raya and her unlikely crew. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyThe swelling emotional finale may elicit tears or eyerolls depending on your point of view (definitely the former for me). Brandon Katz, ObserverDoes it teach any valuable lessons?This animation speaks to themes of unity we are in dire need of learning right now, and it does it in the most powerful way, by wrapping the truth up in action and sweetness. Sherin Nicole, idobi.comTrust is a key theme in Raya and the Last Dragon, as evident in how often it s mentioned, and it s a lesson we could all stand to hear, see, and practice more often. Rob Hunter, Film School RejectsThere are certainly worse lessons a movie could impart under present circumstances, and the filmmakers ponder it here with disarming sincerity and seriousness. Justin Chang, Los Angeles TimesIf any movie can restore faith in humanity again, this is it. Christie Cronan, Raising Whasians(Photo by ©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Does it have any problems?If there is anything to fault in this movie it would be the lack of songs. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyThis film desperately lacks the kind of soaring, iconically open-hearted sequences that made revered classics like The Lion King and Mulan stand the test of time. Matt Conway, Battle Royale With CheeseThe film doesn’t flow so much as lurch from one big set-piece to the next, raising significant logic questions along the way. Peter Debruge, VarietyRaya and Sisu’s friendship never fully develops. Akin to The Fifth Element, Raya treats Sisu more as a weapon. One that needs to be hidden rather than as a living creature. Robert Daniels, The PlaylistIs it OK for younger viewers?There are some scary moments that may frighten little ones, especially with the Druun, which is a dark mist-like monster. Tania Lamb, Lola LambchopsThe Druun is scary — it moves quickly and is quite ominous…some sensitive ones might really be taken aback by it. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyI would compare the violence easily to that of Moana, Tangled, or the animated Mulan. Very easily digestible for little kids. Christie Cronan, Raising WhasiansWill it leave you wanting more?It feels almost a pity when the movie ends and we have to say goodbye to the whole gang before we got to see them do still more fun stuff. Angie Han, Mashable[It’s] a property with plenty of future storytelling potential. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comRaya and the Last Dragon is in theaters and available as a premium rental on Disney+ on March 5, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
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ng suspects along with a preview some of the show s upcoming storylines.Penelope Blossom(Photo by Katie Yu/The CW)As one of the two principal gamemasters during the 1980s G G craze, Penelope Blossom (Nathalie Boltt) still makes a compelling suspect —even if she weaved a convincing alibi for Betty and the reconvened Midnight Club, throwing Dilton Doiley’s father, Daryl, under the bus in the process. Her details all feature the ring of truth — down to Daryl’s morbid obsession with her — but she’s still a Blossom and therefore capable of just about anything. Considering her willingness to commit Cheryl (Madelaine Petsch) last season and her involvement in the Lodge/Ghoulies cabal, orchestrating multiple murders across three decades does not seem like a stretch for her — and a slow-motion kill spree does not require a strong motive.Of course, Penelope seemed as surprised by the Ascension Party prep as everyone else, which stands as the best evidence for her innocence — at least in Featherhead’s death — even as she seems a likely suspect for anything in Riverdale.When we asked Boltt about the Gargoyle King’s identity, she offered a sly, “It’s not who you think.” She also added that Penelope has “really crazy, dark stuff coming up” in her story. “If you thought it was bad, it only gets worse … some sticky situations will arise,” she said.Some of it may have to do with Claudius Blossom (Barclay Hope), who was conspicuously absent from “The Midnight Club’s” flashback to Penelope’s first encounter with Clifford at Pop’s. “I think it s a bit of a curve ball,” she said. “It gives us something to play with in the upcoming episodes.”Hermione Lodge(Photo by Katie Yu/The CW)Last year, Hiram (Mark Consuelos) was certainly a possible mastermind behind the Black Hood (since the panic was good for his ultimate ends). But this year, Hermione (Marisol Nichols) seems the more likely Lodge behind the cow’s head mask of the Gargoyle King. As mayor, solving the latest crisis will solidify her position in town — even if it is a crisis she manufactured herself. Nichols told RT she really hopes it is not Hermione.“That means I die,” she said — not that Riverdale villains always end up on the pavement. Betty’s father, Hal (Lochlyn Munro), a.k.a. the real Black Hood, is still in prison waiting for his daughter to come to him for advice.In the short term, Nichols said Hermione is “definitely reaching her breaking point with what she s willing to do and not willing to do,” and “will redeem herself in terms of not being Hiram s shadow so much.” But could that attempt at redemption include pinning a string of seemingly senseless murders on Hiram?Hiram Lodge(Photo by Katie Yu/The CW)For as long as Hiram remains on the show, he’ll always be a default suspect in any Riverdale mystery. But during our conversation with Consuelos, the actor hinted that Hiram may have known about Gryphons and Gargoyles infiltrating the Leopold and Loeb Juvenile Detention Center.“It s a way of controlling,” he said. “Anything he does is a way of controlling the outcome for him.”The Gargoyle Gang glimpsed in this week’s episode certainly echoes the Red Circle, which Hiram helped along in both of its manifestations. And if everything really is about control for him, than G G offers a level of control heretofore unseen on Riverdale.But that introduces another question: Was he the Gargoyle King the night of the Midnight Club’s Ascension Party, or did that Gargoyle King inspire him? If so, is Hiram really working for that King? And considering his association with Warden Norton (William MacDonald), is the whole point of the SoDale prison to help the Gargoyle King find more willing players?

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亚博电子游戏网址 Watch: Directors Joe and Anthony Russo on the making of Avengers: Infinity War above.In 2019, Rotten Tomatoes turns 21, and to mark the occasion we’re celebrating the 21 Most Memorable Moments from the movies over the last 21 years. In this special video series, we speak to the actors and filmmakers who made those moments happen, revealing behind-the-scenes details of how they came to be and diving deep into why they’ve stuck with us for so long. Once we’ve announced all 21, it will be up to you, the fans, to vote for which is the most memorable moment of all. In this episode of our ‘21 Most Memorable Moments’ series, directors Joe and Anthony Russo break down how they created one of the movies most shocking cliffhangers. VOTE FOR THIS MOMENT IN OUR 21 MOST MEMORABLE MOVIE MOMENTS POLLThe Movie: Avengers: Infinity War (2018) 85%Avengers: Infinity War was something moviegoers had never seen before: an epic movie crossover event that dwarfed the two previous Avengers films in scale and ambition and threw more beloved characters at the screen than perhaps any other movie in history. Also, uniquely for a film about a (very large) band of (very beloved) superheroes, it centered its narrative around its singular villain, one that Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige and the filmmakers of the Marvel Cinematic Universe had been seeding for years: “Thanos is coming” isn’t just the panicked warning of Bruce Banner in Infinity War’s early scenes, it was the tease Marvel had been giving us since Phase One. And Infinity War is the Mad Titan’s movie. It’s his search for the Infinity Stones that drives the narrative, and it’s the snap of his be-gloved fingers that ends it.Joe and Anthony Russo, who joined the MCU with The Winter Soldier, had a mammoth task with Infinity War. Not only did they have to set up a cliffhanger for the ages and provide, working with Josh Brolin, a villain worthy of so many years of buildup, but they were helming one of the most expensive movies ever made and a story whose threads and characters had mostly been established by other filmmakers across 10 years of movies. Here, the brothers explain how they prepared for Infinity War, the logic behind their narrative choices, and working with Brolin to create a villain for the ages – one with whom some might even sympathize.“The central idea of Civil War was for us to break up the Avengers and shatter that relationship between Steve Rogers and Tony Stark.”Anthony Russo: “Civil War is where [the story] started to come into our brains. The central idea of that movie was for us to we wanted to break up the Avengers and shatter that relationship between Steve Rogers and Tony Stark. As we were executing it and we realized how well we were sort of achieving that on an emotional level with the characters, that s when I think our brains started to open up to, ‘My God, they re so vulnerable now.’ Now, you re like, what happens when Thanos comes? And that s when our brains started stepping through where the story could go.”In Civil War the Avengers are divided. (Photo by © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, © Marvel Studios)“We very thoroughly explore a lot of different ideas before we lock into what s exciting us most.”Anthony: “Our process is to spend many, many, many months in that room with [writers] Christopher Marcus and Stephen McFeely, with Kevin [Feige], talking through different story ideas, different possibilities. We very thoroughly explore a lot of different ideas before we lock into what s exciting us most. So, at some point [while writing Infinity War], yeah, sure, there are many variations [of what could happen], but once the story starts to take shape it really forms in a muscular way around a single idea. And then we spend months working on that.”“I think a lot of people respect Thanos’s monastic dedication to his task. He ll die for it.”Joe Russo: “[Thanos is a] complicated character. He s a profoundly interesting villain who is equal parts empathetic and loathsome. He s also frightening and intimidating and nearly invincible. He s driven, philosophically driven. I think a lot of people respect his monastic dedication to his task. He ll die for it. And what s interesting about the end of that movie is he shuns all materialism. He s got this amazingly powerful gauntlet that can alter the very fabric of the universe, and he retires to a shack, you know, clearly on some desolate planet.”For the Russos, Infinity War was Thanos s story. (Photo by © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, © Marvel Studios)“We did tests with Josh Brolin where he would come in, perform, and we would work on it for several months and try to figure out the best version of it.”Anthony: “We knew we wanted to center the movie on the character, and we knew that we can only do that if we pulled off the most realistic-feeling performance that you could possibly imagine in a movie. So, we started very early on with our visual effects team, specifically our visual effects supervisor, Dan DeLeeuw, and trying to figure out how the technology can work and we can actually achieve this. We did a lot of tests, we did tests with Josh Brolin where he would come in, perform, and we would work on it for several months and try to figure out the best version of it. So yeah, that character was built methodically over the entire span of the development of the film.”The Moment: Thanos SnapsThough the world knew Infinity War was one half of a two-part Avengers epic, both parts of which were shot concurrently, few believed the movie would end the way it did: with half the universe dusted – and with some of most beloved MCU characters among the fallen. It was unfathomable. Thanos… won? Shocked audiences wept through the credits – comforted somewhat by that brilliant Captain Marvel teaser – and took to social media to express their despair through every variation of crying/devastated memes. Then came the recriminations: Why the hell didn’t Thor go for the head? Peter Quill was totally to blame for this, right? It felt certain that the universe would be restored in about 12 months – Endgame would release almost a year to the day after Infinity War – but there was no certainty. After all, with “The Snap” the Russos and Marvel Studios showed the world nothing and nobody was sacred and anything was possible.Thanos has an almost monastic dedication to his mission. (Photo by © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, © Marvel Studios)“There s no bigger way to write ourselves into a corner than killing half the characters.”Anthony: “We actually never thought of it as a cliffhanger. In our own brains, for us, we were telling a complete story, this was Thanos s movie, he was the lead of the film, and we gave him a complete arc – a proper ending.”Joe: “Anth and I, through our entire experience at Marvel, always tried to make very disruptive choices with each film. The end of Winter Soldier, good guys and the bad guys, we flip everything on its head. In Civil War we divorce the Avengers. With Infinity War we knew we wanted to make a strong narrative choice. There s an adage where you write yourself into a corner, and you try to figure out how to get out. That usually creates really dramatic moments for the audience. There s no bigger way to write ourselves into a corner than killing half the characters.”“As far as who went to dust, everything s always built upon story.”Joe: “The visualization was purely just we thought about the elemental aspect of your body and what happens to it. And that s sort of accelerating the decomposing process in a way. As far as who went to dust, everything s always built upon story. We ll just say that there s a reason the original six Avengers are left.”They Russos say the Snap was not a cliffhanger in their mind. (Photo by © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, © Marvel Studios)“Tony Stark and Peter Parker developed a father-son relationship over the course of two films. We felt like that would be hard to watch.” Joe: “Spider-Man was my favorite character growing up; it was this notion of a child who had been burdened with this incredible responsibility and through very tragic circumstances, with the death of his uncle. So I think we always felt that would be [a key emotional moment]. Tony Stark and Peter Parker developed a father-son relationship over the course of two films. We felt like that would be hard to watch, and it was: it was hard to watch on set, and it was hard to watch for the audience, I think.”The Impact: Anything Is PossibleThe commercial success of Infinity War, and then Endgame after it, was monumental: Infinity War is now the fifth highest-grossing movie of all time, Endgame is number one. The impact of both goes beyond the box office, though: few movies, perhaps ever, have so dominated the pop-culture conversation. Infinity War was a global cliffhanger the likes of which we’d never seen and the feverish anticipation it built would be what made Endgame the most successful movie ever. As the culmination of the first decade of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the two films cemented that brand’s dominance at the movies – something that looks set to continue with an exciting and expanding Phase 4 and 5. There is a sense that, with its universe-building and crossovers, Marvel and the MCU are changing the very nature – and certainly the business – of commercial cinema (for better or worse, depending on your perspective). For Joe and Anthony Russo, who have directed more films within the MCU than any other director or directing pair, the key to the brand’s success is less about the razzle-dazzle of special effects, or even about the narrative daring it takes to dust half of your leads – it’s about character. The reason the MCU is as massive as it is, and the reason Infinity War and Endgame are a kind of phenomenon, lies in our connection to Tony, Steve, Peter, Natasha, T’Challa, and, yes, even Thanos.Joe and Anthony Russo on set with Chris Evans. (Photo by Chuck Zlotnick / ©Marvel Studios 2018)“Mark [Ruffalo] turned around in the theater and he thought, ‘Alright, I gotta get out of here before someone hurts me.’”Anthony: “At the premiere and many of the early screenings that we attended, we anticipated the ending being complicated for people because it was complicated for ourselves, but no, we didn t anticipate the depth of emotion that people would experience from that ending.”Joe: “[Mark] Ruffalo was in a theater in New York, and he was in a cap and glasses, and he was there with his son and his son s friends, and he said when it got to the end, literally people just sat in the audience for 10 minutes and a guy ripped his shirt off and started screaming, Why?!’ at the screen. Mark turned around in the theater and he thought, ‘Alright, I gotta get out of here before someone hurts me,’ and he snuck out the side door. So we didn t expect that level of emotional response to it.”“In our minds, that s why the Avengers lost in Infinity War – the fact that they were divided.”Anthony: “Look, [Tony and Cap are] the heart and soul of the Avengers, you know. Tony is sorta like an extroverted leader and Cap is like the heart and soul, the moral core of them. For the two of them to have a falling out and have an irreconcilable problem was really devastating to the team as a whole. You know in our minds, that s why the Avengers lost in Infinity War – the fact that they were divided. They weren t functioning as a team in that movie any longer, so they weren t prepared for the universe s greatest threat. But the journey they re on is very much at the heart of the entire story.”Robert Downey Jr. in an early Infinity War scene. (Photo by © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, © Marvel Studios)“All these characters have emotional vulnerabilities that complicate their ability to do what needs to be done.”Joe: “Part of telling stories is learning empathy. I don t know if people can empathize with Thanos, but they can empathize with Star-Lord – the love of his life was murdered by the guy in front of him, and he made a very emotional choice. I think that s the human choice, and that s the truthful choice that you would make in those circumstances. He paid for it with his life, Star-Lord.”Anthony: “Exactly. As storytellers, we find that one of the most empathetic moments in the story. Also, the other thing to focus on his choice, I mean all of these characters make flawed choices. If Thor had not been so angry, and so revenge-driven, he may have killed Thanos faster than he did. The fact that he wanted revenge, he wanted to see in Thanos s eyes as he was killing him, that gave Thanos a window to reverse things on him. All these characters have emotional vulnerabilities that complicate their ability to do what needs to be done. Us watching them fight through that is part of the fun.”Joe: “It s makes them interesting to watch. If all they did was make the right choice every time, it s a fairly predictable and boring story after a while.”Avengers: Infinity War was released April 27, 2018. Buy or rent it at FandangoNOW.

上线65535超变传奇手游超级变态的玩法等你来尝试,你可以抢夺低战玩家的资源,在野外,轻松简单的游戏操作模式让您玩起来更加的爽快。 We get our first look at Jordan Peele’s #LovecraftCountry in #HBO’s new 2020 teaser. pic.twitter.com/R6VB7w4j9y Rotten Tomatoes (@RottenTomatoes) November 16, 2019Awards and Honors: Ricky Gervais to Host the Golden Globes AgainRicky Gervais will return as host of the Golden Globes on Jan. 5, his fifth time hosting the awards, which sets a new record. Gervais, a three-time Golden Globe winner himself, said, “Once again, they’ve made me an offer I can’t refuse. But this is the very last time I’m doing this, which could make for a fun evening.” His irreverent, sometimes controversial hosting style will lead an NBC telecast that will include Tom Hanks receiving the Cecil B. deMille Award, and possibly a competitive statue for his performance as Mister Rogers in the upcoming A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood movie.Grammy winner Ciara will host the American Music Awards on Nov. 24 on ABC, while Grammy winner Alicia Keys will return as host of CBS’s Grammy Awards telecast on Jan. 26, 2020.Icons Carol Burnett, Norman Lear, Bob Newhart, Carl Reiner, and Lily Tomlin will be celebrated at The Paley Honors: A Special Tribute to Television’s Comedy Legends, an evening spotlighting “television comedy’s unique ability to remind us of our shared humanity through the power of laughter.” The Nov. 21 event takes place at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills.Robert De Niro will receive the SAG Lifetime Achievement Award during the Jan. 19 TBS and TNT telecast of the Screen Actors Guild Awards.RELATED: Stay up to date on awards season with Rotten Tomatoes Awards TourCASTING NEWS: WALKING DEAD ZOMBIE FIGHTER CHRISTIAN SERRATOS PICKS UP A MIC TO PLAY LEGENDARY SINGER SELENA ON NETFLIXThe Walking Dead star Christian Serratos, who plays new mama Rosita on the AMC drama, will star as superstar singer Selena Quintanilla in Netflix’s upcoming Selena: The Series, about the late singer’s rise to become one of the most successful Latin artists of all time. Desperate Housewives alum Ricardo Chavira will play Selena’s father Abraham, a musician who encouraged all his children to work hard and pursue their dreams of forging careers in the music industry.Impeachment: American Crime Story has cast British actor Clive Owen as Bill Clinton. Beanie Feldstein will star as Monica Lewinsky, Sarah Paulson will play Linda Tripp, and Annaleigh Ashford will appear as Paula Jones. Season 3 of the American Crime Story anthology series is based on Jeffrey Toobin’s book “A Vast Conspiracy: The Real Story of the Sex Scandal That Nearly Brought Down a President” and is due to premiere on September 27, 2020. (Variety)Comedian and actress Jade Catta-Preta (Californication) will host E!’s reboot of The Soup, the pop culture commentary series that will return to the network early next year to poke fun at everything from reality TV to viral videos.Emmy and Tony winner Courtney B. Vance will play Aretha Franklin’s father in Genius: Aretha, season 3 of the National Geographic series produced by Ron Howard and Brian Grazer. As was previously announced, Franklin will be played by Broadway star Cynthia Erivo (The Color Purple).Anna Deavere Smith, Jeff Perry, Terry Kinney, Anders Holm, and Arian Moayed have joined the cast of Shonda Rimes’ upcoming Netflix limited series Inventing Anna, which tells the true story of Anna Delvey, the infamous heiress who conned New York City’s society set.Justified alums Kaitlyn Dever and Jonathan Tucker will star in the first episode of Hulu’s upcoming horror anthology series Monsterland.Grey’s Anatomy alum T.R. Knight has joined the cast of The Flight Attendant, the upcoming HBO Max thriller starring The Big Bang Theory’s Kaley Cuoco, who’s also an executive producer on the project. Cuoco plays the titular character, Cassie, who wakes up in bed with a dead guy and has no memory of how she got there. Knight plays Davey, Cassie’s older brother, whose memories of their childhood are very different than his sister’s.Emma Coronel Aispuro, the wife of convicted drug lord El Chapo, is joining the cast of the VH1 reality series Cartel Crew for season 2. The show follows the lives of a group of people whose family members are involved in the drug world. Aispuro has been married to El Chapo, whose real name is Joaquin Guzman, since 2007. (Daily Mail)Kristen Bell will return as the narrator of the Gossip Girl reboot on HBO Max. The upcoming series will take place eight years after the original series ended and follow a new group of New York City private school teens.DEVELOPMENT NEWS: CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM RETURNS IN JANUARY WITH GUEST STAR VINCE VAUGHN(Photo by HBO)Comedian Jeff Garlin, star of  The Goldbergs and a star and executive producer on Curb Your Enthusiasm, shared some details on the Larry David comedy’s upcoming 10th season, which he says will premiere on Jan. 19 on HBO. The season features Vince Vaughn in a multi-episode arc, Garlin told The Daily Beast, and he’s not portraying himself.Mary-Louise Parker will star in and serve as executive producer on a Weeds sequel that will pick up with the Botwins a decade after the events of the original series, now that the family business is legal. The original series aired on Showtime from 2005-12, but is now in development at Starz. (Variety)D.L. Hughley will star in the one-hour “comedic documentary” How Not to Get Shot and Other Advice from White People, based on his bestselling book of the same name. The comedian will also serve as executive producer on the special, which will see him explore the state of race in America.All cast members of NBC’s only daytime soap opera, Days of Our Lives, were released from their contracts this week, as DOOL will wrap production at the end of November with enough episodes banked to air through summer 2020. The 55-year-old soap, which features daytime superstar Deidre Hall, is the longest-running entertainment program in NBC history. According to TV Line, the show has not yet been cancelled, but cast members will have to negotiate new contracts with Corday Productions for Days to continue. The soap, one of only four daytime dramas on the air, is the lowest rated of the four, averaging two million viewers a day.Zoe Saldana will star in a Netflix limited series adaptation of From Scratch, Eureka star Tembi Locke’s bestselling memoir about the unexpected death of her husband and raising their daughter on her own while dealing with her grief. Saldana and Reese Witherspoon are executive producers on the project.Is a Friends reunion finally happening? Yeah, maybe, kind of. THR reports the cast may get back together for an unscripted reunion special to help launch HBO Max, but the gathering sounds less exciting than that photo of the cast’s recent lunch that Jennifer Aniston posted to launch her Instagram account.Apple TV+ has ordered a new workplace thriller from director and executive producer Ben Stiller. Severance will star Adam Scott as an employee trying to bounce back from a rough past while at his new job with Lumen Industries, a company “looking to take work-life balance to a new level.”CBS’s just-announced midseason lineup will include the 15th, and final, season of Criminal Minds – a show we’re always slightly surprised to learn is still on the air – which premieres Jan. 8. Also new on the CBS schedule: yet another Dick Wolf drama, FBI Most Wanted, with Nip/Tuck star Julian McMahon as a veteran FBI agent tracking the worst of the bureau’s most wanted. Keisha Castle-Hughes (Game of Thrones) and Kellan Lutz (Twilight saga) also star.The series finale of The Good Place – on NBC on Jan. 30 – will include an hour-long episode, followed by an aftershow with the cast, hosted by Seth Meyers.Season 2 of the adaptation of Caroline Kepnes’ stalker thriller You will premiere on Netflix on Dec. 26, after moving from Lifetime to the streaming service. Penn Badgley returns as Joe, the charming, but deadly bookstore owner who may be moving from New York to Los Angeles in the sophomore season.Doctor Who staffs up: BBC America has announced three new writers – Nina Metivier (co-creator of The A List), Maxine Alderton (Emmerdale), and Charlene James (A Discovery of Witches) – and four new directors – Nida Manzoor (Enterprise), Emma Sullivan (Call the Midwife), Jamie Magnus Stone (The Last Dragon Slayer) and Lee Haven Jones (Vera) – for the upcoming season of Doctor Who, which will premiere in early 2020. The season will be the second for Thirteenth Doctor Jodie Whittaker. The series also recently teased something coming November 23:

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亚博电子游戏网址 When you look up the numbers for James Cameron’s Avatar, they are impressive: fastest film to cross the billion mark (after just the 19th day of its international release), highest opening weekend for a non-franchise movie (2 million), .789 billion at the global box office.When you look at the fanbase: crickets.How is that possible? How can a movie not just any movie, but a science fiction movie be this huge and have no discernible fanbase? No visible, active, enthusiastic devotees who dissect it and repurpose it and build stories around it like almost all genre fans do. The word “Ewok” is never spoken in Return of the Jedi, but if you stop anyone on the street and ask them to name the cuddly Star Wars teddy bears, everyone knows what they are, even if they aren’t an avowed fan. If pressed, it’s doubtful anyone could even name a single Avatar character.Mind you, we re not talking about Avatar s industry impact here. As a delivery system for the next evolution in 3D technology, it was truly groundbreaking, and it sparked an obsession with 3D movies that still hasn t quite abated (although audiences have seemingly caught on to the idea that not everything needs to be seen this way remember Baz Luhrmann s disastrous The Great Gatsby?). No, what we re talking about here are fans. Rabid, canon-obsessed fans, who pick apart every detail, cosplay in meticulous costumes, cover their desks and computers with figures and collectibles, and perhaps most importantly, keep the story alive on their own through fanfic, home made movies, and artwork. It s here that Avatar s impact is barely felt at all.Ryan FujitaniSci-fi fans don t need a ton of fodder to latch on to a property, either. Joss Whedon s Firefly didn t even air a full season and fans rallied around it so passionately that they willed a movie into existence, kept spin-off comic books on the shelves, and still show up at conventions and fests proudly displaying their browncoat allegiance. Star Trek was a ratings flop when it first aired, but planted enough fan seeds that it eventually went from cult series to movie franchise to extended, multi-timeline, multi-format colossus. Akira was a single, standalone anime film from 1988 and you still see its iconic poster repurposed for everything from Batman to Seinfeld. Blade Runner was a bomb but still got comic book spinoffs and unofficial merch. When was the last time you saw someone wearing an Avatar shirt? A quick Google search for “Avatar fan films” brings up a lot of results… for the Avatar: The Last Airbender anime series.In honor of the movie’s 10th anniversary, let s consider some of the factors that may contribute to Avatar s struggle to gain a fandom foothold, and whether or not the planned sequels can help.Avatar Was An Experience, Not A Story(Photo by ©20th Century Fox. All rights reserved courtesy Everett Collection)It’s kind of fitting that Avatar got a recent boost from the announcement of a Disney World theme park based on the planet Pandora (albeit a short-lived boost; interest waned the minute the ribbon was cut on Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge), because Avatar has always been about an immersive experience more than a gripping story. Soon after the film’s release, you began to see stories about “Avatar Depression” – people who loved virtually sailing through Pandora so much that they were sad they couldn’t actually live there (America being neck-deep in a throttling recession didn’t help). The idyllic jungle world was so detailed and beautiful – especially in 3D – that people just wanted to exist inside it. The characters and plot, neither of which were especially well crafted, seemed to just get in the way. Cameron himself even hinted at this during the press tour, saying to the Los Angeles Times:“You’ve got to compete head on with these other epic works of fantasy and fiction, the Tolkiens and the Star Wars and the Star Treks. People want a persistent alternate reality to invest themselves in and they want the detail that makes it rich and worth their time. They want to live somewhere else. Like Pandora.”Avatar the film had become like one of those videos they show while you wait in line for a theme park ride. You sort of half pay attention – yeah, yeah, blah blah blah – while you anticipate strapping in and blasting off. People didn’t see themselves in the characters the way Trekkies saw their own scientific curiosity reflected in the crew of the Enterprise, or leave the theater wanting to be any of them the way every young boy left Star Wars believing Han Solo was the coolest person in any star system. Which brings us to…It Was Populated by Bland, Forgettable Characters(Photo by ©20th Century Fox. All rights reserved courtesy Everett Collection)Who left Avatar wanting to be Jake Sully? (And again, raise your hand if you actually remembered that Jake Sully was the name of Sam Worthington’s main character.) Part of it can be blamed on Worthington’s thoroughly charisma-free performance, but it’s not like bad acting in sci-fi has ever been a hindrance (take a bow, Mr. Shatner). It’s more that the characters seemed stock and, again, like an afterthought. A fanbase grows when you capture the audience s collective imagination, but that has to go beyond visuals. No one wants to necessarily live on Tatooine, but you want to imagine more adventures for Luke. The crew of the Serenity is made up of scoundrels and misfits scouring the intergalactic old west – they can literally go anywhere and run into anyone. You like them, so you want to see them in new adventures, even if it means writing them yourself.Between the generic scientists, the stoic, one-note Na’vi, and the bland corporate villain, Avatar just provides no grist for the fan mill. Who’s writing the further adventures of Norm Spellman (Joel David Moore)?It’s All In the Timing, Maybe? (Photo by Mark Fellman TM & Copyright ©20th Century Fox. All rights reserved/Courtesy Everett Collection)Some argue that Avatar, being an original standalone movie without any pre-existing source material, faced a steeper hill to climb than some others. But a lot of sci-fi films could claim that very same thing at the time of their release and still have fanbases to show for it. Of course, the intense labor involved in making one of these films made it impossible for Cameron to strike while the iron was hot. In fact, he just recently announced completion of principle photography on Avatar 2 (which was received with very little fanfare) and that movie still won’t be done until December 2021. Without fans keeping the flame lit through fanfic and cosplay and general enthusiasm, it just feels like an anti-climactic, “Oh yeah, Avatar. I remember that.” For a movie that made billion in 19 days, this is an incredibly unlikely place for it be.Cameron is also no George Lucas, in the sense that Lucas never had qualms about selling Star Wars, and in fact devised new ways to sell and re-sell it over the years to keep that enthusiasm firing away. There were new theatrical versions, new toys, new games, and new fashion brand tie-ins seemingly every year. Cameron doesn’t have that kind of hucksterism in him, and is content to let the movie speak for itself. Which may be why it’s lost some steam over the past decade.But for better or worse, the sequels (plural, as Cameron has teased at least three more installments) will really be the test of whether or not Avatar can develop anything close to a rabid fandom. He has promised to go deeper into the mythology and ecosystem of Pandora, which may help stoke some of the dormant wanderlust people experienced in 2009. But it’s a gamble — a big, unwieldy, expensive gamble. Not only do the films have to reignite interest in the story after 12 years, they have to overcome the fact that the franchise may not have the wow factor it once did, now that bloom is off the 3D rose. It’ll be a challenge, and so far, Avatar has found an enthusiastic core of fans to be mostly unobtanium.Avatar was released on December 18, 2009.

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