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www.bob采用百度引擎1(Baidu 7)The big game always means big trailers, and this year was no exception with fresh looks at Avengers: Endgame, Captain Marvel, Toy Story 4, Us, CBS All Access s reboot of The Twilight Zone, Netflix s nature documentary series Our Planet, and our first look at season 3 of Hulu s The Handmaid s Tale. (That s Plus, CBS Films dropped four mini teasers for the Guillermo del Toro-produced horror flick, Scary Stories to Tell In the Dark. Catch up with all of the trailers below.Trailer for Avengers: Endgame (2019) 94% Some people move on, but not us. Our second look at Endgame doesn t reveal very many new details, other than showing us a deserted New York (empty Citi Field!) and various shots of the Avengers preparing to go to battle of some kind, but the tone is far less somber than the first trailer. No moping here: the team is preparing for action. (Eagle-eyed watchers will note that the trailer pays tribute to the fallen at the very beginning.)In theaters April 26, 2019.Trailer for Toy Story 4 (2019) 97%The just-released Toy Story 4 spot gave us some insight into Ducky and Bunny (voiced by Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele) who terrorize/annoy Buzz as they share wall space at a country fair carnival game. To infinity and my foot! In theaters June 21, 2019.Trailer for Our Planet 93%Nature doc lovers, rejoice! Netflix just dropped a 30-second trailer for its natural history series, Our Planet, which comes from the creators of Planet Earth, working with the World Wildlife Fund, and is narrated – of course – by Sir David Attenborough. It’s a mammoth project: shot over four years in 50 countries, the series featured 600 crew members who shot for more than 3,500 days in total.Our Planet is available to stream on Netflix from April 5.Trailer for The Twilight Zone 66%Following a very short look at the new Spock on Star Trek: Discovery, CBS faked a failed transmission and then transported us to The Twilight Zone. Or at least to an empty stadium where Zone reboot producer and narrator Jordan Peele asked, “What dimension are you even in?”The Twilight Zone debuts on CBS All Access April 1, 2019.Trailer for Captain Marvel (2019) 79%Marvel Studios latest spot for Captain Marvel didn t reveal too much we hadn t already seen, but it s all-action vibe was a different approach than what we ve seen from the marketing so far. Leaning into the film s tagline – Higher, further, faster – this punchy spot was all ass-kicking and attitude.In theaters March 8, 2019.Trailer for The Handmaid's Tale: Season 3 (2019) 82%Our first look at season 3 of Hulu s The Handmaid s Tale is a chilling parody of Reagan s Morning in America campaign commercials that ends with an incredible image: hundreds of handmaids standing in formation at the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool.Season 3 of The Handmaid s Tale is coming soon to Hulu.Trailer for Alita: Battle Angel (2019) 61%The James Cameron-produced, Robert Rodriguez-directed Alita: Battle Angel released a new TV spot during the Super Bowl pre-show, with the focus squarely on Mahershala Ali’s villain and messaging pushing the film as a must-see 3-D event. That falls in line with what early reviews have been saying: while the film lacks a little something in the script department, critics are almost unanimous that the movie provides plenty of big-screen spectacle.In theaters February 14, 2019.Four mini teasers for Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (2019) 77%Horror mastermind Guillermo del Toro produces this CBS Film s thriller from director André Øvredal (Trollhunter), which sees a group of teenagers trying to solve the mystery behind a series of deaths in their small town. The first two mini teasers are light on detail, but big on creepiness, with the first featuring a chilling we re next and a jump-scare reveal of the kind of monster only Del Toro could conjure, and the second showing that hiding under your bed isn t going to save you. One more mini teaser is expected to drop throughout the Super Bowl broadcast.The third and shortest teaser shows mysterious trouble in a red-lit hallway. If you want a clearer look at the Pale Lady at the end of the hallway, CBS Films has supplied.The team behind Scary Stories to Tell In the Dark saved the grossest vignette until last, with their mini teaser revealed in the fourth quarter giving horror fans a mirror scare for the ages.In theaters August 9, 2019.Trailer for Us (2019) 93%Our second look at Jordan Peele s Get Out follow-up, Us, is just as freaky as the first. The film – which sees a family attacked by a group of doppelgängers while on vacation – is set to open the South By Southwest Film Festival in March.In theaters March 22, 2019.Trailer for Wonder Park (2019) 34%An all-star voice cast headlines this American-Spanish animation co-production, with Jennifer Garner, Kate Hudson, Matthew Broderick, Kenan Thompson, John Oliver, and Mila Kunis all on board. The film tells the tale of a young girl who discovers that the amusement park she imagined as a young girl is actually real – and under threat. The just-released Super Bowl trailer promises plenty of sassy animals and rollercoaster-style action.In theaters March 15, 2019.Trailer for Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw (2019) 67%Remember when the Fast and the Furious franchise was all about relatively modest muscle cars and the family that raced them? This new trailer – which we expect to be shown during the game (perhaps in a shorter form) – shows just how far the Furious team has come, with a spinoff that features Idris Elba as a cyber-genetically enhanced villain and Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham racing each other down the face of a building with ropes and an elevator, respectively, as you do.In theaters August 2, 2019.Trailer for Hanna 80%Game watchers got another look at the Amazon Prime Video adaptation of Joe Wright s film, Hanna, the first episode of which is available for 24 hours following the game – but will disappear after that until the series launches in March.The pilot Hanna debuts on Amazon Prime Video after the game and is available for 24 hours.Trailer for Million Dollar MileThis latest entry in the American Ninja Warrior-style average-people-doing-extraordinary-things genre comes to us via executive producer LeBron James.Prepare to watch world-class athletes go up against some of the most inspiring people in the world. The chase begins March 27 at 9/8c. #MillionDollarMile pic.twitter.com/9OCTG2p15o Million Dollar Mile (@MillionDollar) February 4, 2019Million Dollar Mile premieres on CBS March 27, 2019.

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One gave us Michael Myers and the Thing, the other Freddy Krueger and Ghostface – and both gave us many, many sleepless nights. But who is the king of making us quake? In our latest episode of Vs., we’re slicing and dicing the numbers to find out who is the true master of horror: John Carpenter or Wes Craven. Will it be the famed director – and killer composer – who essentially defined the slasher genre with Halloween? Or will it be Craven, who let us know that danger lurked under the stairs, in the last house on the left, and in our dreams? Our favorite Final Boy and Rotten Tomatoes contributing editor Mark Ellis is examining Tomatometer and Audience Score data, box office performance, iconic moments and characters from their films, to make a call. And if you don’t agree, have at him: He’s just putting on some Jiffy Pop right now and his phone number is… we mean, let us know in the comments!On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.Thumbnail image: © New Line, © First Run Features
Fresh off a surprise history-making Emmy win, Euphoria star Zendaya is back with a holiday special for the hit HBO series this month — and that’s not all that’s in store. With new outings from Pennyworth, Big Mouth, a final season for Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, and more, it’s time to buckle up for a binge-tastic holiday season.

This Week s Ketchup brings you seven headlines from the world of film development news, covering spinoffs or sequels following Aquaman, Before Sunrise, and Mad Max: Fury Road. This WEEK S TOP STORYANYA TAYLOR-JOY MIGHT TAKE OVER AS FURIOSA IN FURY ROAD PREQUEL(Photo by Focus Features)Everyone has their own way to pass the time during their COVID-19-related quarantines, but apparently, George Miller is using this time to start looking for the new star of his prequel to the 2015 fan favorite Mad Max: Fury Road (Certified Fresh at 97%). Furiosa will reportedly depict what Charlize Theron s character was doing years before meeting Mad Max, so Miller is looking for a younger actress for the role. To that end, Miller has Skype-tested (instead of screen-tested ) a number of actresses, and the one name that was floated out this week was 23-year-old Anya Taylor-Joy, who first came to most people s attention as the star of The Witch and Split, before more recently starring in Emma and the upcoming Marvel movie The New Mutants. George Miller hopes to start filming Furiosa sometime in 2021 after he wraps filming of his current project, Three Thousand Years of Longing, starring Idris Elba and Tilda Swinton.Other Top Headlines1. ALEJANDRO GONZÁLEZ IÑÁRRITU HAS APPARENTLY STARTED FILMING A SECRET PROJECT(Photo by Atsushi Nishijima/Fox Searchlight Pictures)This year marks the five-year anniversary of the release of Mexican director Alejandro González Iñárritu s The Revanant (Certified Fresh at 79%) in 2015, and we now know that Iñárritu has recently been spotted by various sources filming in Mexico City. Iñárritu and cinematographer Bradford Young (Arrival, Selma, Solo: A Star Wars Story) were spotted at locations like Chapultepec Castle doing what appeared to be camera tests using 90s period clothing, cardboard cutouts of politicians Carlos Salinas de Gortari and José López Portillo, and pieces of the sets from enormously popular Mexican comedy show El Chavo del Ocho. Those details might give us ideas about Iñárritu s next film (something like Alfonso Cuaron s Roma, perhaps?), or they could all just be completely random choices, potentially meant to throw people off.2. ETHAN HAWKE HINTS AT FOURTH FILM IN RICHARD LINKLATER S BEFORE SERIES(Photo by Despina Spyrou/Sony Pictures Classics)Ever since his very first feature film, 1990 s Slacker (which arguably inspired aspects of the mumblecore genre), director Richard Linklater has shown an unusual willingness to experiment with production standards for someone who has also had mainstream success with movies like School of Rock. The most acclaimed example of this was 2014 s Boyhood, which was filmed over a dozen years (2001 to 2013) to depict the growth of a young boy into a young man. (Linklater is currently signed to direct an adaptation of Stephen Sondheim s Merrily We Roll Along, which will also be filmed over several years.) Frequent Linklater collaborator Ethan Hawke revealed recently that a fourth film may still happen in the series that started with Before Sunrise (Certified Fresh at 100%) in 1995 and continued with Before Sunset (Certified Fresh at 95%) in 2004 and Before Midnight (Certified Fresh at 98%) in 2013. The hypothetical fourth film (again co-starring Julie Delpy, of course) could take many different forms, one of which would be filmed 20 years after Before Midnight, suggesting a release sometime in 2033.3. DISNEY S LIVE-ACTION THE LITTLE MERMAID WILL FEATURE FOUR NEW SONGS (Photo by Walt Disney courtesy Everett Collection)One of the biggest productions that was recently shut down because of COVID-19  just before filming was set to start was Disney s The Little Mermaid, which was to have begun fimling in London last week. So it may be a while before we start seeing what performers like Halle Bailey (Ariel), Melissa McCarthy (Ursula), or Jonah Hauer-King (Prince Eric) look like in their respective costumes (or CGI characters). In the meantime, however, songwriter and composer Alan Menken talked to Rosie O Donnell this week and revealed that he and Lin-Manuel Miranda have written four new songs for the live-action remake. This suggests that possibly some of the songs from the original film might either be left out or be shortened for the sake of a reasonably family-friendly runtime. Menken and Miranda are also currently working on songs for Disenchanted, the long-in-development sequel to Disney s 2007 hit Enchanted (Certified Fresh at 93%).4. DETAILS ABOUT AQUAMAN HORROR SPINOFF THE TRENCH REVEALED (Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)In late 2018 and early 2019, as Aquaman (Fresh at 66%) continued its box office success (ultimately earning .148 billion worldwide), a series of news stories broke about both Aquaman 2 (12/16/2022) and a spinoff monster movie called The Trench. Screenwriter David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick (who s currently working on Aquman 2) was asked about The Trench this week, and his answer was that theoretically, it takes place between 1 and 2. But some pieces of this are still being worked out. The interesting thing about this is that The Trench is expected to be released after Aquaman 2, so this horror movie spinoff might end up feeling like a prequel to Aquaman 2 (or something). As for Aquaman 2 itself, Johnson-McGoldrick suggested that fans should read pretty much any Silver Age story featuring Black Manta. Watchmen star Yahya Abdul-Mateen II is expected to return as Black Manta in Aquaman 2.5. RYAN GOSLING RETURNING TO SPACE TO THROW THE HAIL MARY AND SAVE THE WORLD (Photo by Saeed Adyani/©Columbia Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)After a particularly prolific stint from 2010 to 2017, Ryan Gosling appears to be slowing his career down a bit, as it s now been almost a year and a half since his last feature film, 2018 s First Man (Certifed Fresh at 86%). For his next project, Gosling might be returning to outer space, as he is now signed to produce and star in MGM s adaptation of an upcoming sci-fi novel by author Andy Weir (The Martian). Ryan Gosling will play a solitary astronaut (not unlike The Martian) on a spaceship who is tasked with saving the planet. Random House will publish The Hail Mary sometime in the spring of 2021. Andy Weir s novel Artemis is also being developed as a project the directing team of Phil Lord and Chris Miller (The LEGO Movie).6. TRAIN TO BUSAN SPINOFF PENINSULA WILL TAKE PLACE FOUR YEARS LATER(Photo by Well Go USA Entertainment)Since the 1990s, there has been a Korean New Wave in cinema that has slowly been appreciated more widely in the United States (Oldboy, Memories of Murder, Snowpiercer, The Handmaiden), which ultimately led this year to Parasite (Certified Fresh at 99%) winning four Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director for Bong Joon-ho. Another South Korean film that has done well in the United States is the 2016 zombie movie Train to Busan (Certified Fresh at 93%), which, incidentally, you can currently watch on Netflix. The indie distributor Well Go USA acquired the U.S. rights in January to a spinoff variably called Peninsula or Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula. Well Go USA hasn t announced a release date yet for the film, but revealed that the setting is four years after the events of Train to Busan, after government authority has been decimated after the zombie outbreak of Korea, and there is nothing left except the geographical traits of the location which is why the film is called Peninsula. You can also see some early photos from Peninsula in this gallery at ComingSoon.7. JENNIFER HUDSON S ARETHA FRANKLIN BIOPIC RESPECT TO GET AWARDS SEASON PUSH (Photo by Derek Storm/Everett Collection)Although the Aretha Franklin biopic Respect, starring Jennifer Hudson, has been developed and produced relatively quickly, a few different factors have prevented the film from its original release date this summer of August 14, 2020. The COVID-19 crisis is an obvious factor, and one has to figure that National Geographic s choice to cast Cynthia Erivo as Franklin in the upcoming third season of Genius (covering Franklin after Albert Einstein and Pablo Picasso) was possibly also a reason for a date change. Setting those aside, MGM is saying that the mind-blowing dailies for the film have ultimately led the studio to reposition Respect as an awards season platform release starting on Christmas Day (12/25/2020), expanding a little more on 1/8/2021, and then going wide on January 15, 2021, which is also Martin Luther King Jr. Day weekend. This is probably not the last major change to the awards season slate, and it s also one that may cause other films scheduled for December to be pushed to 2021. You can watch the first teaser trailer of Jennifer Hudson as Aretha Franklin right here.8. NEON PICKS UP NICOLAS CAGE REVENGE THRILLER ABOUT HIS KIDNAPPED PIG(Photo by Patti Perret/©Alchemy courtesy Everett Collection)The COVID-19 crisis is challenging everyone involved in film to change their lives and strategies, and that includes the smaller indie film distributors, some of which are not necessarily just jumping on the VOD bandwagon. Let s start with Neon, which had a massive surprise Academy Awards success with Parasite this year. Neon has won a heated bidding war to acquire a revenge thriller called Pig in which Nicolas Cage plays a truffle hunter whose prize pig is kidnapped, prompting him to wreak vengeance on the perpetrators. (Basically, it sounds like John Wick in the forests of Oregon, but about a pig instead of a dog.) Neon does have a distribution deal with Hulu, but the company says Pig will be released in theaters. Neon also picked up the rights to the sci-fi thriller Possessor starring Andrea Riseborough (Mandy), Sean Bean (Ned Stark from Game of Thrones), and Jennifer Jason Leigh (The Hateful Eight). In related news, Searchlight Pictures won the rights to Olivia Wilde s Perfect, about Olympic gymnast Kerri Strug, and STX won the rights to the psychological horror film A Head Full of Ghosts, starring Margaret Qualley (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood).9. MICHAEL GIACCHINO AND BRAD BIRD ARE COLLABORATING ON A LIVE-ACTION MUSICAL(Photo by Priscilla Grant, Desiree Navarro/Everett Collection)Frequent Pixar director Brad Bird (The Incredibles, Ratatouille) has now also directed two live-action films (Tomorrowland, Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol), and he s currently developing what might be his third. Although we don t yet know a title or a premise, Bird announced in January that he s currently developing a movie musical, and this week, frequent Pixar composer Michael Giacchino (Up, Coco, Inside Out) confirmed that he is indeed collaborating with Bird on exactly that. Giacchino didn t reveal a premise for the live-action musical, saying only that We are in the early stages of doing that, working on ‘Ok, what is this thing gonna be? What’s it going to sound like. Let’s come up with at least one idea we can start bouncing around and seeing how we feel about it.’ So that’s where we are. It is still early stages. But the idea is great, and, you know, it’s pure Brad Bird. It’s just really fun and emotional and exciting and silly – all those great things you expect from his movies. I am looking forward to that. I don’t know when it’s coming out… but yeah, we’re working on it. Brad Bird has also said that the (mostly) live-action musical will also have about 20 minutes of animation in it.
James Wan’s Aquaman may have started with the lowest opening ever in the DC Universe, but seven days later, it is looking more like Michael Phelps than some lowly dog paddler. The film is entering very exclusive territory this weekend just as two more December releases join the 0 million club by the time the clock strikes midnight on New Year’s Eve. That makes 32 for 2018 with at least two more films still hoping to surpass last year’s (and 2014’s) total of 33 to become second only to 2013’s 35 0 million-plus films. That record may come up short, but Hollywood has shot past its previous ticket sales record (.37 billion in 2016) and is now eyeing a billion year at the box office.King of the Crop: Aquaman Joins Impressive Club of December Releases(Photo by Jasin Boland/ ™ & © DC Comics)After its first weekend, Aquaman  was million behind Justice League. After weekend two it is now million ahead and climbing. How high? Quite actually. Because as of this Sunday, Wan’s film is now the sixth highest grossing December release after 10 days, behind five little films: Star Wars trio The Force Awakens, The Last Jedi, and Rogue One, as well as Avatar and Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King. All seven December films to have made 0 million by this point have reached the 0 million mark, and Aquaman is million ahead of The Two Towers. Peter Jackson’s film opened on a Wednesday, so that pace will tighten over the next couple of days. But Return of the King made .8 million in its second weekend and ended with 9.7 million. Aquaman grossed .5 million and is likely looking at a final gross in that vicinity, which would surpass both Suicide Squad and Batman v Superman for second highest grossing feature film in the DC Universe behind Wonder Woman. With 8 million worldwide, it is the seventh highest grossing film of 2018 and will be passing Mission: Impossible – Fallout and Venom soon with its eye then on a billion dollars.Fresh Surprise: WWI Documentary Out-Performs New Releases(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)Speaking of Peter Jackson, his WWI 3D documentary, They Shall Not Grow Old, has become one of the top-grossing documentaries of the year. After just two nights. Fathom Events held special single-night screenings on December 17, when it broke the company’s record with .3 million, and then again this past Thursday, when it broke it again with another .37 million. That was more than this week’s openers, Holmes Watson and Vice, grossed on Thursday with a full day of screenings. With .7 million in two nights it has made nearly as much as partisan documentaries, Death of a Nation (with a 0% Tomatometer score) from pardoned felon Dinesh D’Souza (.88 million) and Michael Moore’s Fahrehheit 11/9 (.35 million). Warner Bros. will open the film in a few cities on January 11, and you can expect it to rise from the seventh highest grossing documentary of 2018 into the top five – and maybe even higher.Rotten Returns: Holmes Watson (aka the Anti-Aquaman)(Photo by Columbia Pictures)Holmes Watson opened in theaters without being screened for critics. Hey, Disney did the same thing for Christmas opener, Tombstone, back in the day, too. How bad could it be? Well, it is currently just the third wide-release of the year to score lower than 10% on the Tomatometer after Slender Man and Death of a Nation’s golden doughnut of 0%. That is where Holmes was with its initial set of reviews, but folks were already in the midst of paying good money to see it on Christmas Day. Around .4 million and 24 hours later, some were already calling it a “commercial flop” on Twitter despite the fact that only four of 23 films to open on Christmas to more than million failed to reach million.That still would not have been enough to cover its million budget in domestic dollars, but it’s not like it was Mortal Engines or Welcome to Marwen this month; however, Holmes Watson’s audience numbers have been scaling down to its current Rotten Tomatoes score of 9%. Though .7 million after its first six days still has it pacing for somewhere between -60 million, its numbers are diminishing at the pace of Aliens Vs. Predator – Requiem, which finished with just .7 million after it opened on Christmas. So it will depend on international audiences to determine whether the film is “a commercial flop” or not.The Top Ten and Beyond: Poppins Bumblebee To Join 0 Million Club Soon(Photo by Walt Disney Studios)Mary Poppins Returns just missed becoming the 26th film opening in December to reach 0 million in its first 12 days; though it will do so on New Year’s Eve. Of the films in its 12-day company that had between million to 7 million at this point, Poppins’ -million weekend is second only to Daddy’s Home’s .2 million. (Poppins is likely to fly past Daddy’s Home’s 0 million.) The next crop of films above them (sans Marley Me) are all 0 million grossers. So as long as Rob Marshall’s film maintains its current pace it should rise high enough to be one of the three highest grossing films of the season.Spider-Man Into the Spider-Verse did join the 0 million club this weekend. At 3.6 million it is in the company of Catch Me If You Can, Les Miserables (2012), Into the Woods, True Grit (2010), and Unbroken, but its third weekend of .3 million surpasses all of theirs, suggesting the film is headed for north of 0 million — an estimate that could continue to rise with the word-of-mouth it is receiving.Bumblebee, with another million this weekend, is also headed for 0 million like every other film from December to have million after 10 days. Clint Eastwood’s The Mule, on the other hand, took 17 days to hit the million mark, but it is not out of the running to become the 34th film of 2018 to reach 0 million. For a film that needs around 0 million to break even, million seems to be the worst-case domestic scenario at this moment. As it is pretty closely aligned with the 0.7 million–grossing The Pelican Brief, there is still a possibility this will be Clint’s sixth film as a director to reach that height.While Holmes and Watson was grossing .4 million on Christmas Day, Adam McKay’s award hopeful, Vice, was gathering up .7 million and a 64% score on the Tomatometer. It has made million in its first six days and eyes somewhere around million final domestic gross, but is already Annapurna’s highest grossing film to date surpassing this summer’s Sundance pickup, Sorry To Bother You. Ralph Breaks the Internet has fallen behind the pace of last year’s Coco, but is still million ahead of Tangled, which keeps 0 million very much in the picture. It only takes Ralph and Poppins to break the single-year record of most films to reach the milestone in any year. A 0 million final gross may be out of reach for Illumination’s The Grinch, but its 6 million makes it undoubtedly one of the biggest hits of the season, even while it could end up being the company’s third-lowest grossing film to date; albeit one with still over 0 million in profit.Beyond the Top Ten you will find both The Favourite (.2 million) and Mary Queen of Scots ( million) doing decent business in less than 850 theaters each. Both continue to do better than Robert Zemeckis’ Welcome to Marwen, which has grossed .7 million. There are still seven films this year further in the red than Marwen (including Ralph Breaks the Internet), though it is still little comfort being among the 10 biggest financial losers of 2018.In further limited release news, we have the three best per-theater-averages of the week: The Ruth Bader Ginsburg drama, On the Basis of Sex (74%) averaged ,909 this weekend and has made .5 million in 33 theaters since Christmas. Destroyer (76%) has been in three theaters since Christmas and has made 5,661. It averaged ,491 this weekend. Then there is Stan Ollie (89%), which opened on Friday in five theaters, averaging ,935 for a total of ,674. Aquaman had the fourth best average with ,497, and Barry Jenkins’ If Beale Street Could Talk was fifth, adding 60 theaters (for a total of 65). It averaged ,686 and has grossed nearly million.This Time Last Year: The Last Jedi Held Off Jumanji for the Last Time(Photo by Walt Disney Pictures)Star Wars: The Last Jedi maintained the top spot for a third straight week (and passed the 0 million mark), though Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle closed the gap with a .5 million-to- million showdown. Christmas day openers, All the Money in the World and Molly’s Game made .7 million and .3 million, respectively, in their first full week of release. Steven Spielberg’s The Post and Paul Thomas Anderson’s Phantom Thread led the per-theater-average list with ,342 (nine theaters) and ,124 (four theaters). The Top Ten films grossed a total of 3.3 million over the weekend, which included New Year’s Eve, and they averaged 65.1% on the Tomatometer. This year’s Top Ten grossed 3.1 million and averaged 65.6%.On the Vine: There Is No Escape From Horror in 2019(Photo by Columbia Pictures)The new year kicks off with horror about domains from which there appears to be no safe room, though do not expect to see a Tomatometer score for either until later in the week. The PG-13 Escape Room with Taylor Russell, Deborah Ann Woll, and Tyler Labine should get a score just before it opens. Then Eli, from the director of Sinister II, will get reviews from critics brave enough to check out the tale of a boy with auto-immune issues stuck in a dangerous home when it opens on Friday.The Full Top 10: December 28-30Aquaman .5 million (8.7 million total)Mary Poppins Returns .0 million (.9 million total)Bumblebee – .5 mi
Without any major romantic comedy releases dropping in theaters this year for Valentine s Day, you might find yourself trying to pick the perfect rom-com on your favorite streaming services and apps. On one hand, it’s wonderful that there are so many choices. However, that paradox of choice could also leave you browsing for hours without ever picking a film, as the sheer number of options can result in decision paralysis (it’s a first-world problem, but it’s real). That s how you end up scrolling through titles until you watch Always Be My Maybe for the 117th time (which isn’t a bad thing, because it features Randall Park singing about punching Keanu Reeves).In an effort to make your decision a little easier, we analyzed 428 rom-com posters and, based on patterns we discovered, placed them into nine categories. We then figured out each category s Tomatometer and Audience Score averages, then ranked them from worst to best. This way, the next time you re in the mood for a romantic comedy, and you see characters back-to-back on the poster, or a collage of faces, or a heavily photoshopped image of two people looking at each other — or somewhere else entirely — you’ll know if the movie is likely to be worth your time. Read on to see what we discovered!9. Posters with One Character Standing in Front of Another(Photo by ©Universal Pictures, ©Columbia Pictures)Average Tomatometer Score: 40.7%Average Audience Score: 53.3%Average of Tomatometer and Audience Scores: 47%After sorting through decades of rom-com posters and becoming familiar with their eccentricities and similar themes, it was always obvious that this motif was arguably the laziest. You just get the feeling that a marketing department intern slapped some publicity stills on the poster, then went to lunch. While Waitress or Trainwreck are the complete opposite of trainwrecks, others such as When in Rome, The Wedding Planner, and Leap Year photoshopped in their A-list actors, and the end result says very little about the movies they represent. It makes you wish that in an alternate reality there is a Leap Year poster that features Amy Adams leaping in the air while she’s holding Matthew Goode in her arms (see category below).8. Posters with Characters Back-to-Back, Leaning on Each Other, or Being Picked up(Photo by ©Buena Vista Pictures, ©Paramount Pictures)Average Tomatometer Score: 40.1%Average Audience Score: 56.4%Average of Tomatometer and Audience Scores: 48.25%While these types of posters may come across as dynamic and dangerous (leaning = falling, picking someone up = bad back), they typically signify a Rotten result. Maybe it’s that the back-to-back visual makes us think that the two characters are about to engage in a Hamilton-esque duel. All we know is that of all these posters, only While You Were Sleeping could muster a Tomatometer score above 80%, while 23 of the 31 posters in the group were Rotten. We have No Reservations pointing out The Ugly Truth that these posters make us want to give these films Two Weeks Notice. However, if you are looking for diamonds in the rough, we recommend Brown Sugar (we still don’t know what Taye Diggs is doing with Sanaa Lathan’s leg though) or How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, which at least showcases Kate Hudson’s iconic dress.7. Posters with Characters Not Looking Directly at Each Other(Photo by ©20th Century Fox Film Corp., ©Netflix, ©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Average Tomatometer Score: 49.5%Average Audience Score: 55.2%Average of Tomatometer and Audience Scores: 52.35%This category could be considered a cousin to Posters with One Character Standing in Front of Another; here, the characters are standing next to each other, and that seems to make a world of difference. That said, these characters aren t looking at one another; they are either staring off into the distance, presumably laughing at a funny joke, or looking rather pleased with themselves, sometimes with their arms crossed. The 52.35% average is Fresh-adjacent, so proceed with caution, as you could pick winners like Always Be My Maybe or The Proposal, or you could be stuck with Good Luck Chuck or The Pallbearer.Random Pro Tip: Look for the posters where there’s some contact between the characters. For instance, popular Fresh films such as Dave, Plus One, and Date Night actually make an attempt to portray couples who appear to like each other, and that generally seems to reflect in the Tomatometer score.6. Posters with Three Characters on Them(Photo by ©Universal, ©20th Century Fox, ©Warner Bros.)Average Tomatometer Score: 50.1%Average Audience Score: 55.4%Average of Tomatometer and Audience Scores: 52.8%The nice thing about these posters is they immediately clue you into what kind of movie you’ll be watching. The three people signify either a love triangle or a meddling parent (Think Monster-In-law or Why Him?) who will provide comedic drama. Who will be picked? Will the meddling parent get over themselves? Will Hugh Grant and Colin Firth engage in another spectacular fight? The 52.8% Tomatometer average means these films trend towards decent, but be careful when deciding, because you could either pick wonderful films like The Half of It (watch it now) and Broadcast News (watch it immediately after The Half of It), or be stuck with My Best Friend’s Girl or My Boss’s Daughter.Random Pro Tip: Avoid the films with pronouns like Me (You, Me and Dupree), I (I Think I Love My Life), Her (Over Her Head Body) and My (My Boss’s Daughter) in their titles. The majority of these are Rotten.5. Posters with Four or More Characters on Them(Photo by ©Buena Vista Pictures, ©New Line Cinema, ©Universal Pictures)Average Tomatometer Score: 54.2%Average Audience Score: 61%Average of Tomatometer and Audience Scores: 57.6%These posters showcase that the movie will be an ensemble piece by utilizing collages, tiers, or wide shots of several actors. Also, after looking through as many posters as we did, you’ll notice a trend that there is a central couple, and surrounding them are likable supporting characters. This is a marketing tactic to tell viewers, “Hey, if you don’t like the central couple, we have some other fun people who pop up occasionally.” That s always reassuring, since there s no guarantee you ll enjoy spending time with the primary lovebirds, and those side characters can often make or break a movie like that.4. Posters with Two Characters and At Least One Giant Face(Photo by ©Paramount Pictures, ©Universal Pictures)Average Tomatometer Score: 59.3%Average Audience Score: 62.7%Average of Tomatometer and Audience Scores: 61%These posters are concerned with showcasing the mugs of your favorite actors and letting you know that big stars are in the film. By inserting at least one massive face on a poster, studios are banking on you recognizing it and thinking, “I know that famous person.” It s a smart move, and films like Notting Hill, What Women Want, The Silver Linings Playbook, and Kate Leopold all took advantage of the tactic, but once you get those casual moviegoers into the theater, you ve got to deliver. As it turns out, these films did, more often than not, ensuring that the big bucks the studios paid for their marquee stars were well spent.3. Posters with Two Characters Sitting(Photo by ©Netflix, ©Hulu, ©Fox Searchlight)Average Tomatometer Score: 62.7%Average Audience Score: 62.5%Average of Tomatometer and Audience Scores: 62.6%With Palm Springs, Enough Said, About a Boy, Sleeping With Other People, Manhattan, Singles, and The Lovebirds in this category, it’s easy to understand why it’s Fresh overall. These films include “hip” romantic comedies, or slightly offbeat films that occasionally stray from the formula. The visual of two people sitting down suggests some intimacy and, depending on the backdrop, communicate a lot about the circumstances of the central relationship. It s a shorthand that works, and the movies that employ it are, on the whole, pretty solid.2. Posters with Two Characters Looking at Each Other(Photo by ©Warner Bros., ©Columbia Pictures)Average Tomatometer Score: 60.3%Average Audience Score: 67.5%Average of Tomatometer and Audience Scores: 63.9%It would seem like a no-brainer that movie posters featuring characters looking into each other’s eyes have a Fresh Tomatometer average. The posters for Crazy Rich Asians, Shakespeare in Love, When Harry Met Sally, and Sleepless in Seattle are all designed this way, and those films reputations obviously speak for themselves. There’s an intimacy to this pose, which suggests the characters like each other (or will like each other after a chase through an airport). Movies like The Bounty Hunter, Fool’s Gold, Gigli, and Blended bring the score down, but at least they feature Jennifer Anniston, Kate Hudson, Jennifer Lopez, and Drew Barrymore, which helps make them watchable to an extent.1. Posters with Only One Character(Photo by ©Columbia Pictures, ©20th Century Fox, ©MGM)Average Tomatometer Score: 71.8%Average Audience Score: 70.2%Average of Tomatometer and Audience Scores: 71%It may seem counterintuitive, but rom-com posters with only one person on the poster have the highest Tomatometer and Audience Score average. This includes movies like Moonstruck, Amelie, Under the Tuscan Sun, Knocked Up, The 40-Year Old Virgin, Easy A, There’s Something About Mary, and Hitch, which all proudly showcase their A-list leads proudly. Not unlike the giant face posters (with two or more people), these posters want you to know who is the star of the film and have no problem ignoring every other member of the cast.These posters clearly show confidence in the leads. They’re basically the equivalent of Babe Ruth calling his shot before he smashed the baseball out of the park in the 1932 World Series. These posters say “Emma Stone will change your life in Easy A”, or “Cher’s performance in Moonstruck will bowl you over.” There s confidence and swagger in having Seth Rogen’s head take up 97% of the Knocked Up movie poster, but the film ultimately pulled in 0 million at the worldwide box office. Even Rotten movies like Sweet Home Alabama, Boomerang and 27 Dresses, were big hits that easily cleared 0 million domestically. In other words, putting one person on a rom-com poster is daring, inspired, and, more often than not, a successful marketing ploy.There you have it! Rom-com posters featuring only one character have the highest Tomatometer and Audience Score averages. Hopefully this will help you in the future when you’re looking for something to watch. Enjoy!On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
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Disney’s latest reimagining of its animated classics looks back at the origin of Cruella de Vil, with Emma Stone portraying the One Hundred and One Dalmatians villain. Titled Cruella, the live-action movie arrives in theaters and on Disney+ (with Premier Access) in two weeks, but critics have already seen it and begun sharing their thoughts on social media. Going by this initial buzz, Cruella is a surprisingly fun prequel, particularly delightful in its performances and all of its design elements, especially the costuming.Here’s what critics are saying about Cruella:Is this another win for Disney?Cruella is ICONIC.  Shannon McGrew, Nightmarish ConjuringsRidiculously entertaining.  Tania Lamb, Lola LambchopsCruella is spectacular fun.  Erik Anderson, AwardsWatchCruella is absolutely divine. Deliciously devilish, wonderfully wicked, undeniably outrageous.  Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionCruella is an absolute blast!! Wickedly wild, it’s a darkly comic joy! One of the biggest and best surprises of the year!  Jimmy O, JoBloCruella is going to be the biggest surprise of the summer.  Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comIt s easily my favorite movie of the year.  Tessa Smith, Mama s Geeky(Photo by ©2021 Disney Enterprises)It is award-worthy?Cruella is this year s first true Oscar contender in many, many categories! Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyHair Makeup, Production Design, and Costume Design are sure bets for Oscars noms. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentWill it even satisfy Disney haters?Cruella [is] bold, dark, and wonderfully anti-Disney… Definitely not for kids, which is so refreshing to see from Disney. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentNow THIS is the kind of Disney Princess I can get behind, darling. Grace Randolph, Beyond the TrailerHow does it compare to Disney s other live-action remakes?Possibly the best live-action Disney movie yet…this movie is something special. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comIt completely stands out on its own from all the other Disney live action films thus far. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentWhat about the two previous versions of 101 Dalmatians?Audaciously reshapes the infamous villain’s narrative. Nods to the animated classic are FUN. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionEmma Stone is FLAWLESS as Cruella, and her version blows Glenn Close s version out of the water. Tessa Smith, Mama s Geeky(Photo by ©2021 Disney Enterprises)Is the film reminiscent of anything else?Cruella is the spiritual successor to The Devil Wears Prada. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionCruella is Joker meets The Devil Wears Prada. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.com[Cruella] has Joker moments here and there, but she is definitely her own character. Grace Randolph, Beyond the TrailerCruella is the perfect combination of Batman Returns meets The Devil Wears Prada. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentCruella is a fabulous heist film. John Nguyen, Nerd ReactorCruella is a tasty caper. Scott Thompson, IGN MoviesHow is Emma Stone?Emma Stone is perfection. Jimmy O, JoBloEmma Stone crackles as she evolves in the titular lead. Simon Thompson, IGN MoviesEmma Stone legitimately gave me CHILLS at one point. Sarah El-Mahmoud, CinemaBlend(Photo by ©2021 Disney Enterprises)What about Emma Thompson?There are two queens in Cruella. Emma Stone and Emma Thompson both shine in a battle of who is more wicked. Tania Lamb, Lola LambchopsEmma Stone is just mind-blowing, and Emma Thompson matches her every step of the way. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comEmma Stone and Emma Thompson are truly an iconic pairing, and they play it to the hilt. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionI loved Emmas Stone and Thompson chewing and gnashing at the scenery with glee. Erik Anderson, AwardsWatchEmma Stone absolutely shines as Cruella, and Emma Thompson is wonderfully wicked as the Baroness. John Nguyen, Nerd ReactorEmma Stone/Emma Thompson are a devious match whose performances test the boundaries of a Disney film. Shannon McGrew, Nightmarish ConjuringsAre there any other highlights in the cast?Paul Walter Hauser is absolutely hilarious. Erik Anderson, AwardsWatchPaul Walter Hauser is terrific and Winks the dog is adorable. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentI also have to mention Paul Walter Hauser, because he s a real highlight and so, so funny (I d say the same about Joel Fry, too). Wonderful double act who play off Emma Stone perfectly. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comPaul Walter Hauser and Joel Fry are terrific as Horace and Jasper. They’re animated without being cartoony, giving their supporting characters multi-faceted internality and introspection. They’re heart and humor. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionJoel Fry and Paul Walter Hauser make for delightful partners in crime. Simon Thompson, IGN MoviesWe have the first officially out and proud Disney character  (John McCrea) in her gang! Grace Randolph, Beyond the Trailer(Photo by ©2021 Disney Enterprises)How about those costumes, though?Gorgeously costumed by Jenny Beaven. Erik Anderson, AwardsWatchEvery outfit is STUNNING and fits perfectly in the London punk rock era. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyA visual feast of 1970s London and high fashion. Tania Lamb, Lola LambchopsStylish and sassy. The dive into 70s fashion is fab. Sarah El-Mahmoud, CinemaBlendCostume designer Jenny Beavan deserves third billing. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionDo any other elements stand out?Rich visuals and creative cinematography enhance this pithy origin story dipped in camp. Simon Thompson, IGN MoviesAn exciting score by Nicholas Britell. Erik Anderson, AwardsWatchIt’s got a killer soundtrack. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionThe soundtrack is FIRE! Tessa Smith, Mama s Geeky(Photo by ©2021 Disney Enterprises)How is Craig Gillespie s work as director?I m so glad Cruella had a director like Craig Gillespie, who has explored the horror genre with the 2011 remake of Fright Night, cause it helped set a darker, more insidious undertone. Shannon McGrew, Nightmarish ConjuringsHow about Craig Gillespie’s superb direction? [He] continues to showcase his range as a filmmaker. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentDoes it have any problems?The film is too long. Tania Lamb, Lola LambchopsA bit long in the tooth at 2h 15m. Erik Anderson, AwardsWatchThere are questionable things with Cruella s backstory that make it hard to pair up with the villain we hate to love… Anyone concerned about the need for an origin story for Cruella de Vil will find things to be frustrated about. Ian Sandwell, Digital SpyA Cruella De Vil origin still wasn t earned for me overall. Cruella felt forced and over indulgent. Sarah El-Mahmoud, CinemaBlendAny parting thoughts?Don t miss the post credit scene! WOW! Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyIt SCREAMS for a sequel. Grace Randolph, Beyond the TrailerCruella opens in theaters and streams on Disney+ with Premiere Access on May 28, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.


e and as a measure of cultural significance. So we broke out our calculators, scoured the internet, and spent hours organizing dollar amounts, Tomatometer scores, and lists upon lists of movies to settle on the Best Summer Ever. Movie-wise, that is.Before we dig into the good stuff, though, a few notes about the process: We began with 1975 the year of Steven Spielberg s Jaws  and included every summer through 2018. We looked at every film released during the months of May through August and collected box office totals (adjusted for inflation) and Tomatometer averages for the top 25 grossing films of each summer. We then ranked them in order for both categories 1975, incidentally, scored the Highest Tomatometer Average of All Summers, while 2007 earned the Highest Total Box Office of All Summers. Lastly, we as a staff curated lists of the most culturally significant films of each summer and made our best attempt to rank every year s summer by the legacy of its most important and influential movies. For this third category, we took into consideration any impact on the industry as a whole, the introductions of new talent and new franchises, and general pop culture relevance on best of and all time lists. For example, a year like 1984, which gave us Ghostbusters, Gremlins, and Sixteen Candles among a slew of others, would rank near the top; on the other hand, a year like 1976, which gave us The Omen, The Outlaw Josey Wales, and The Man Who Fell to Earth, but almost nothing else, ranks at the very bottom. In addition, there were plenty of cases when certain years (including the entirety of the 1990s, surprisingly enough) failed to score high enough in all three metrics (box office, average Tomatometer, cultural significance) or performed well in one metric but scored too low in the others to rank very high overall. Needless to say, the process was long and difficult; many tears were shed, and much blood was spilled.So which summer came out on top when the final calculations were made? Was it the summer when Poltergeist, E.T., Blade Runner, and The Thing all opened in the same month? Or was it the summer that introduced the world to an evil Empire and the plucky Rebels who stood up to it a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away? Or maybe the summer that brought us two of the best superhero movies of all time and paved the way to where we are today? Read on to see the 10 Best Summers Ever, and then click through the decades to see full stats on every summer from 1975 to 2018.See Full Data on Every Summer1970s | 1980s | 1990s | 2000s | 2010sThe 10 Best Summer Movie Seasons Ever10. Summer of 2011Box Office Total: ,162,184,886 (adjusted for inflation)Tomatometer Average: 58.72%Cultural Ranking: 17/44Significant Films: Bridesmaids, Captain America: The First Avenger, Crazy Stupid Love, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, The Help, Midnight in Paris, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Thor, X-Men: First Class, Winnie the PoohAs noted further down this list, sequels and reboots were an age-old tradition long before 2011 rolled around, but this summer was especially full of them. One sequel in particular ruled every other film this year, and that was the hotly anticipated final installment of the Harry Potter series. The Deathly Hallows – Part 2 not only earned the top box office spot, but it was also the best-reviewed film of the summer (Certified Fresh at 96%), and whether or not you feel it was plagued by sequelitis or reboot fever, the rest of the year s summer was no slouch, either. We got breakout hits like Bridesmaids, awards contenders like Beginners, The Help, and Midnight in Paris, an animated gem in Winnie the Pooh, acclaimed reboots of Planet of the Apes and X-Men (OK, so that one isn t technically a reboot, but it also kinda was), and the introduction of both Captain America and Thor into the the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Thanks to a more than solid box office showing, a decent Tomatometer average, and a handful of films that have helped shape the movie landscape in the ensuing years, 2011 just managed to eke its way into our overall top 10.9. Summer of 1979Box Office Total: ,930,224,349 (adjusted for inflation)Tomatometer Average: 67.09%Cultural Ranking: 10/44Significant Films: Alien, The Amityville Horror, Apocalypse Now, Breaking Away, Escape from Alcatraz, Monty Python s Life of Brian, Moonraker, The Muppet Movie, Phantasm, Rocky IIThis would be the last year that a horror film would top the summer box office in North America. The movie that pulled it off was The Amityville Horror (29% on the Tomatometer), which also holds the less impressive distinction of being the second-worst–reviewed movie to top a summer box office in our data set (no. 1 is 2009’s Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, with a Tomatometer of 19%). It’s appropriate that a horror film came out on top in 1979, as this was a year defined by big horror smashes, most of which we remember more frequently, and more fondly, than Amityville — think of titles like Alien and Phantasm. And, speaking of horror, it was also the year that Francis Ford Coppola unleashed Apocalypse Now upon the world (remarkably, the dark, epic war drama was third at the box office for the summer). 1979 had a very high average Tomatometer, as well as enough cultural high points, across many genres, to put it nearer the top of the list – The Muppet Movie, Life of Brian, Moonraker – but a relatively low overall box office means it remains at the back end of the top 10.8. Summer of 1989Box Office Total: ,445,649,578 (adjusted for inflation)Tomatometer Average: 58.88%Cultural Ranking: 4/44Significant Films: The Abyss, Batman, Dead Poets Society, Do the Right Thing, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Lethal Weapon 2, Licence to Kill, Parenthood, Road House, Sex, Lies Videotape, Weekend at Bernie s, When Harry Met SallyHollywood had truly fallen head over heels for sequels by 1989 — a full quarter of this summer s top 20 box office earners were part twos or later installments in franchises. Two sequels earned a place in the top three films of the summer, and year, at the box office (Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, followed by Lethal Weapon 2), while for Star Trek and A Nightmare on Elm Street (just outside the top 20 of the summer at 21), we were onto our fifth films in their respective series. But it was an original, of sorts — Tim Burton’s Batman — that would dominate the season and, some say, redefine the modern blockbuster. The film broke all sorts of opening weekend records, established the opening weekend as the thing to watch, and, like the blockbusters of today, was supported by a seemingly endless marketing campaign that put awareness through the roof. The movie’s impact on cinema for the three decades that followed is a big part of the reason why 1989 scored big points when we were considering cultural impact. But while the caped crusader was sucking up a lot of the oxygen in the room, there was enough air for the likes of seminal comedies like When Harry Met Sally and Weekend at Bernie s to make an impact, as well as classics like Dead Poets Society, Parenthood, and Road House (don’t fight us on this one). Also, worth noting, and celebrating: the summer of 1989 gave us the first big breakout films of Spike Lee (Do The Right Thing) and Steven Soderbergh (Sex, Lies and Videotape).7. Summer of 1981Box Office Total: ,229,262,780 (adjusted for inflation)Tomatometer Average: 60.50%Cultural Ranking: 5/44Significant Films: An American Werewolf in London, Arthur, Blow Out, Clash of the Titans, Dragonslayer, Escape from New York, The Great Muppet Caper, Heavy Metal, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Superman II1981 was the year the world first met Indiana Jones – and it turned out that the world liked what it saw. Raiders of the Lost Ark topped the summer with almost 0 million, and its 80s sequels would be the second highest earners of their summers, with Temple of Doom just bested by Ghostbusters in 1984 and The Last Crusade coming in behind Tim Burton’s Batman in 1989. Spielberg had already dominated a summer prior to 1981 with Jaws, but with Indy he had given life — as Lucas had done with Star Wars — to a character and idea that could spawn a franchise which would dominate summer moviegoing for decades to come. (Speaking of, Superman II and The Great Muppet Caper also made an impact in the warm months of 1981). Perhaps the big surprise of the summer was Arthur (88% on the Tomatometer), the Dudley Moore comedy, which came in third at the box office with almost 0 million; its sequel was a disaster on all fronts, earning just 14% on the Tomatometer and about million. [Note: This piece originally said Spielberg had dominated two summers prior to 1981, with Jaws and E.T. The latter film was released in 1982; the article has been updated to correct the error.]6. Summer of 2002Box Office Total: ,252,688,780 (adjusted for inflation)Tomatometer Average: 60.68%Cultural Ranking: 21/44Significant Films: About a Boy, The Bourne Identity, Lilo Stitch, Men in Black II, Minority Report, Signs, Spider-Man, Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones, xXx2002 may not immediately strike you as a big year for summer movies, but it raked in quite a bit of cash and ranked in the top third from our data set by average Tomatometer. Plus, it s difficult to downplay the significance of Sam Raimi s Spider-Man, which was not only a hit with critics, but also became the third highest-grossing film of all time in its initial run, behind only Titanic and Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace. Beyond that, while the first X-Men movie a couple of years prior proved there was still interest in superhero films after the Batman franchise had begun to flounder, Spider-Man s tremendous success helped pave the way for future endeavors in the genre. You know, for better or worse, depending on how you feel about it. Other than Spider-Man, though, 2002 also introduced the world to a more contemporary spy with the initials J.B. in The Bourne Identity, which would make an action star out of Matt Damon and spawn a franchise of its own. Finally, this summer brought us a pair of benchmark sci-fi films from two well-known directors: M. Night Shyamalan s Signs was his last Certified Fresh movie until he achieved the distinction again a decade and a half later with 2017 s Split, and the Certified Fresh 91% that Steven Spielberg s Minority Report received would be met (2015 s Bridge of Spies) or exceeded (Catch Me If You Can, which was released later the same year and reached 96%) by the director only twice in the subsequent 16 years.5. Summer of 1977Box Office Total: ,498,651,999 (adjusted for inflation)Tomatometer Average: 64.4%Cultural Ranking: 12/44Significant Films: The Kentucky Fried Movie, The Hills Have Eyes, The Rescuers, Smokey and the Bandit, Sorcerer, The Spy Who Loved Me, Star Wars, SuspiriaNot content to sit back while his buddy Steven Spielberg basked in the glow of Jaws, George Lucas decided to drop a game-changer of his own in 1977, and it not-so-quietly became one of the biggest game-changers of all time. Our data revealed that only 10 of the 43 years we examined featured a film that was not only the best-reviewed but also the biggest box office earner of the summer, and Star Wars is the earliest example to show up on the list. Yes, there was another James Bond movie this year (The Spy Who Loved Me), as well as an early cult-favorite John Landis comedy (The Kentucky Fried Movie), and even one of the most celebrated horror films of all time (Suspiria). But Luke, Leia, and Han ruled 1977 and kickstarted a multi-billion dollar franchise comprised of films, tv series, books, video games, toys, and more that s still going strong to this day. Lucas achieved the kind of ubiquitous pop culture influence that few other filmmakers if any at all will ever see, and even if it had been the only movie released during this summer, 1977 would still have ranked as one of the more important blockbuster years in history.4. Summer of 2015Box Office Total: ,093,563,710 (adjusted for inflation)Tomatometer Average: 61.28%Cultural Ranking: 19/44Significant Films: Amy, Ant-Man, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Entourage, Inside Out, Jurassic World,  Mad Max: Fury Road, Minions, Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation, Shaun the Sheep Movie, Spy, Straight Outta Compton, TrainwreckIf nothing else, Jurassic World was a testament to how incredible Steven Spielberg s Jurassic Park was. The 1993 original is one of the most celebrated and beloved films in the director s distinguished career, and after a 14-year hiatus following the decidedly lackluster Jurassic Park III (50% on the Tomatometer), fans were beside themselves in anticipation of the new installment, even without Spielberg at the helm. And boy, did people show up to see this one. After ending its initial run as the third highest-grossing film of all time, period, Jurassic World still currently sits in seventh position, having been gently knocked down a few spots by the likes of Star Wars: The Force Awakens later that same year and, you know, a couple of Avengers movies. Apart from Jurassic World, though, 2015 also brought us a number of outright amazing films. Pixar s Inside Out was the third-biggest earner of the summer, but it also received rave reviews and became the highest-rated film of the season, as well as one of the best-reviewed animated films of all time. Likewise, the year s highly anticipated new installment of the Mad Max franchise, Fury Road, is currently the best-reviewed action movie of all time. Add titles like Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation, the surprise hit action-comedy Spy, another animated treat in Shaun the Sheep Movie, and F. Gary Gray s musical biopic Straight Outta Compton, which scored the biggest opening of any film by a black director (before he bested himself in 2017 with The Fate of the Furious), and it was a pretty impressive summer on several counts.3. Summer of 1984Box Office Total: ,206,212,855 (adjusted for inflation)Tomatometer Average: 64.08%Cultural Ranking: 2/44Significant Films: Ghostbusters, Gremlins, The Karate Kid, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, The Last Starfighter, The Neverending Story, Once Upon a Time in America, Purple Rain, Red Dawn, Revenge of the Nerds, Sixteen CandlesThe pull of nostalgia has admittedly become a tad cloying these days, but longing for the movies of summers past isn t entirely unreasonable if those summers are anything like 1984. Some of the most beloved films of the decade adventures and teen films and children s fantasies and comedies of all stripes came from the summer of 1984 and became definitive icons of the era. It was an embarrassment of riches, really, and we d be lucky to experience another year so chock-full of cultural touchstones. Ivan Reitman, Bill Murray, Harold Ramis, and Dan Aykroyd (no disrespect to Ernie Hudson; we love you too!) joined forces for Ghostbusters, one of the greatest comedies ever; Joe Dante unleashed a horde of cute but deadly critters both horrifying and hilarious in Gremlins; Daniel-san and Mr. Miyagi showed us the effectiveness of waxing on and off, and the power of a crane kick (but were they the villains all along?); Falkor made everyone long for a luck dragon of their own; and Indiana Jones sat down to a meal of monkey brains and faced down a cult leader who spent his leisure time ripping people s hearts out of their chests just to name a few. The cultural impact this run of films has had over the decades is huge: Ghostbusters was recently rebooted, the next Indiana Jones movie is currently in the works, and the YouTube Red series Cobra Kai turned out to be a surprise winner. On top of all that, 1984 s films were also influential in a much more tangible way: uproar over Temple of Doom and Gremlins ultimately resulted in the creation of the PG-13 rating, which is basically the bread and butter of the movie industry today.2. Summer of 2008Box Office Total: ,292,073,950 (adjusted for inflation)Tomatometer Average: 58.44%Cultural Ranking: 6/44Significant Films: The Dark Knight, Hellboy II, The Incredible Hulk, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, Iron Man, Mamma Mia!, Man on Wire, Pineapple Express, Sex and the City, Step Brothers, Tropic ThunderLike it or loathe it, superhero movies dominate our current cinema, and 2008 was perhaps the single most significant year for the genre. In July, we had The Dark Knight, which was, until 2018’s Black Panther, the best-reviewed live-action superhero movie of all time, and which featured arguably the best performance ever given in a movie like this, with Heath Ledger’s Oscar-winning turn as the Joker. As Tim Burton had done with Batman almost 20 years before, Christopher Nolan redefined blockbuster cinema again – it could be dark, so serious, and great. And it helped if it was about Batman. Just two months before The Dark Knight’s release, Marvel Studios was doing its own redefining, releasing Iron Man and kicking off phase one of the Marvel Cinematic Universe: 22 Fresh films later, Marvel Studios’ tentpoles are rivaled only by new Star Wars and Jurassic movies. Away from all that spandex, 2008 also gifted us with a landmark Pixar flick (Wall-E), a not-so-well-loved but lucrative Indiana Jones movie, and one of the greatest documentaries of all time, according to the Tomatometer (Man on Wire). For its huge impact on the decade of cinema that followed, and a very healthy box office – the sixth highest-earning year from our data set – 2008 is the salutatorian of our summer movie season class.1. Summer of 1982Box Office Total: ,531,699,214 (adjusted for inflation)Tomatometer Average: 67.3%Cultural Ranking: 1/44Significant Films: Blade Runner, Conan the Barbarian, E.T., Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior, An Officer and a Gentleman, Poltergeist, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, The Thing, TronIf Jaws introduced the idea of the summer blockbuster season to the world in 1975, Hollywood essentially produced a near-perfect version of it just seven years later. We could break down the individual releases in analysis, but really, the slate of movies speaks for itself. 1982 offered up a wealth of enduring, genre-defining sci-fi classics, from Blade Runner and Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan to Tron, Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior, and E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, which not only topped the box office but also earned the highest Tomatometer score of any film that summer. We also got iconic entries in several genres, including horror (The Thing, Poltergeist), comedy (Fast Times at Ridgemont High), and romantic drama (the groundbreaking An Officer and a Gentleman, for which Louis Gosset Jr. became the first black actor to win the Best Supporting Actor Oscar). This is the kind of lineup that inspires teens to theater-hop, and thanks to a decent box office take, a phenomenal Tomatometer average, and a wealth of culturally significant films, 1982 is officially the best summer ever!See Full Data on Every Summer1970s | 1980s | 1990s | 2000s | 2010s

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