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And whose teeth were they on the floor, lost in all those coins?Wright reveals all in the extended interview above – and check out highlights from the oral history below.(Photo by Kerry Hayes/©Universal/courtesy Everett Collection)“They cornered me and they said, ‘It s like John Hughes meets Kill Bill.’ I said, Well, I like that idea.’” Scott Pilgrim came into my life after a screening of Shaun of the Dead. It must ve been, I guess, in the summer of 2004, and the producers Adam Siegel and Jared LeBoff, who were producers on Scott Pilgrim, cornered me, and they had a copy of the first book, which was the only one out at the time, Scott Pilgrim s Precious Little Life: Volume 1, and they cornered me and they said, ‘This is your next movie.’ I was like, ‘Okay!’ They said, ‘It s like John Hughes meets Kill Bill.’ I said, Well, I like that idea.’ So they gave me the comic, and, they were half right, because I did make it into a movie, but it wasn t my next movie – I made Hot Fuzz next – but I really responded to the material.I loved the metaphor of the book. Bryan Lee O’Malley had written this book about how dating life and relationships and having to be mature in relationships was like a battleground; charting this journey to being with the woman who you think you re in love with is like a tournament in a martial arts film. I thought that was really interesting, the idea of fighting for a relationship, dealing with the baggage of a new partner, all of those things that you deal with in real life, but to do it in a really fantastical way. (Photo by Double Negative/©Universal/courtesy Everett Collection)“If we’d have cast super-fit Zac Efron, it s not quite the same movie.” Michael was the only person that I thought of for Scott Pilgrim. Anybody that was more – and this sounds like a sort of criticism of Michael, but it s not – but anybody who was more obviously studly and macho, didn t seem to me like the right thing for Scott Pilgrim. If we’d have cast super-fit Zac Efron, it s not quite the same movie, because it would seem like Zac Efron could handle himself in a fight, because he s like ridiculously ripped, whereas it was more funny and more relatable watching somebody like Michael A) be like a Romeo, and B) be like this amazing fighter. That to me was inherently funny. “She came in and auditioned against some more established people and just wiped the floor with them.” Brie Larson had been like a sort of child actor and even a teen pop star, but I remember she came in and auditioned against some more established people than her, and just like wiped the floor with them. Her audition, if you ve ever seen it on the Blu-ray, was just like extraordinary – and she was like 19. I remember I was in the room when she auditioned, and I was with Jared LeBoff, and we looked at each other and it was like, ‘We gotta cast her. Like, she was just amazing. (Photo by Double Negative/©Universal/courtesy Everett Collection)“They used to call me ‘the blink Nazi’ on set.” I wanted it to feel surreal, a bit like anime, and in animation, people don t really blink so much. There s [also] a thing, like Michael Caine, his school of acting, page one is, ‘Don t blink on a close-up,’ it s like classic Michael Caine technique: ‘Never blink on a close-up, it disempowers you, and it makes you look weak.’ And it s true, if somebody doesn t know their lines, they re blinking like crazy, so I sort of thought it was a good thing [to ask for no blinking]. If you look at Brie Larson s performance, particularly, she s so strong and so unblinking, so we got into this thing not blinking during takes, and they used to call me the blink Nazi’ on set. (Photo by Double Negative/©Universal/courtesy Everett Collection) I thought maybe Beck wouldn t wanna do it, because he s Beck and it s too small for him. Nigel [Godrich, the movie’s composer] was the one who said, ‘You should just ask Beck – Beck would love doing this; he would love reconnecting with his low-fi slacker roots.’ And so, it was Nigel who suggested Beck [write the music for Sex Bob-omb], and I thought maybe Beck wouldn t wanna do it, because maybe he s Beck and it s too small for him. But he loved it. Over one weekend, he basically did this demo of, like, 27 songs or something crazy.We d put artwork all around his studio, in his house, and he did it with like an 8-track, and it was just him and one other musician, Brian LeBarton. I remember on Sunday night Nigel texted me and said, ‘Hey, we ve got something,’ and then we went round, he had the CD, and then we drove around Los Angeles in the car listening to Sex Bob-omb, and basically that s the only real work that Beck did on the movie. Because here’s the thing: the demos that he d done were exactly the right sound, and Nigel said, ‘Why would you finish them anymore than this?’ – because this is what Sex Bob-omb could do. Sex Bob-omb wouldn t sound super polished, why don t we just use these? (Photo by Double Negative/©Universal/courtesy Everett Collection)“If you’re gonna make a musical, or a martial arts film, no two fights should be the same.” One of the things I really liked about martial art films from the 70s and 80s – the work of Jackie Chan particularly, and also early John Woo films – is that they had this kinda structure that was like an MGM musical. If you watch a Jackie Chan film from the late 70s through the 80s, you can see that there are elements where they ve got the structure of like a Gene Kelly musical. So if you’re gonna make a musical, or a martial arts film, no two fights [or musical numbers] should be the same, the number of combatants in a fight should be different every time. There should be some new novelty every time, or some new setting, or something that makes it interesting. So we sort of had to think of it in those terms: the second fight, with Lucas Lee, isn t really a fight with Lucas Lee, it s Scott Pilgrim fighting his henchman, you know, like in a video game; the third fight is a face-off; or the fourth fight is not really between Scott and the ex, it s mostly between Roxie and Ramona, and then Scott gets brought into it. Just imagine doing a gym session with Michael Cera and Jason Schwartzman. There s amazing stunt work by doubles in the movie, but also everybody that s in the fight scenes – Mary, Michael, Mae, Jason, Ellen – really worked so hard on those sequences. Probably my fondest memory of the entire shoot was actually before we started filming, the stunt training we did every morning with the stunt team – just working out with the whole cast was really funny. Just imagine doing a gym session with Michael Cera and Jason Schwartzman, and Chris Evans, and Brandon Routh, and Mary Elizabeth Winstead. (Photo by Kerry Hayes/©Universal/courtesy Everett Collection) Then the teeth are on the floor, but also on the floor are thousands of coins. Michael Cera was incredibly safety conscious, as you should be if you re doing fight scenes, but like maybe above and beyond. If he was doing a scene with a sword, he would have a short version of the sword, and he would be swishing around with the short version, and then for the effects part we would get a stunt double and bring in the long version, and be swishing that around.Michael was doing this take where he s fighting the henchman in the club, and Michael is saying like, ‘Am I I m not too close, everybody okay?’ and they re like, ‘Yeah, you can t hurt us, go as close as you dare, it s gonna be fine, don t worry.’ So Michael s doing his thing, being very conscientious. He then goes off to get a coffee, we do the take with the long sword, and then in the first take – bam! – one of the stuntmen gets hit in the teeth with the long sword and it knocks the teeth out. Then the teeth are on the floor, but also on the floor are thousands of coins. One of my most surreal memories of the shoot, is like myself and the entire stunt team looking on this nightclub floor for two front teeth in the middle of a bunch of coins. (Photo by Universal/courtesy Everett Collection)“I don’t understand how we made that movie.” I re-watched Scott Pilgrim with my editor Paul Machliss, who was one of the two editors on the movie, and who’s done my recent film, Last Night in Soho, and I sat there afterwards and I was thinking, ‘How the f k did we make that? It’s not so much it s something that you feel new about [when you watch it again], it s more like: ‘Wait, I don t understand how we made that movie!’ Scott Pilgrim vs. the World is screening exclusively in Dolby Cinema at AMC Theatres starting Friday, April 30, 2021. On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
(Photo by Valerie Macon/AFP via Getty Images)It seems not even a pandemic can stop awards season. Some films like Dune are still a question mark to finish in time for a theatrical 2020 release, but with the Academy extending the window for eligibility and allowing films to bypass a theatrical roll-out, the show will go on even if the show is virtual. Bringing back our series of Ridiculously Early Oscar Predictions, we start the 2020-2021 awards season with the gentlemen. We admit it s a little early, but this isn t exactly a normal Oscar year.Our early Best Actor predictions list is still a bit tenuous, as several films have yet to be screened by critics groups and voters before the February deadline for Oscar submissions. No matter what happens, the upcoming season will make history as the first in which films will not have to screen in theaters to contend for Hollywood s top prize, which sets up some intriguing possibilities for what films could break through and snag a nomination. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) announced earlier this summer that the Oscars would be postponed by two months to April 25, 2021, and extended-release date eligibility rules to February 28, 2021, in addition to allowing streaming-only submissions and making all eligible films available on the Academy screening library, forgoing the typical Oscar voter screenings.Despite being already dubbed The Netflix Season by many of those in the know, fierce competition is a-brewing for 2020. A number of the films likely to be in the conversation have already screened and earned Tomatometer scores, and pundits are already singling out the major standout performances in them. Our list does include performances nobody has seen, but for which pre-release buzz and expectations are high. With that said, some on this list may end up in the Supporting Actor category.Whether we like it or not, the campaigns are quietly underway, the conversation has started, and we re now ready to join it. If history and basic math tell us anything, it is that most of these names won t make it to Oscar night, but we re pretty confident many of them will be right up there in awards chatter. So please read on as we break down our ridiculously early picks for 2020 Best Actor contenders.Don t agree with our picks? Have at us in the comments.Daniel Kaluuya and LaKeith Stanfield, Judas and the Black Messiah (2021) 96%LaKeith Stanfield and Daniel Kaluuya are two of the most electrifying young actors in Hollywood. Working with acclaimed directors like Denis Villeneuve, Rian Johnson, Destin Daniel Cretton, Jordan Peele, Steve McQueen, and Ryan Coogler (who serves as a producer on Judas and The Black Messiah), both actors have amassed impressive filmographies and varied work in just a few short years. After working together for Jordan Peele s Oscar-Winning masterwork Get Out, Stanfield and Kaluuya reunite here to portray two pivotal if not well-known names from the Black Civil Rights movement. Stanfield plays William O Neal, a petty criminal-turned-informant who agrees to work for the FBI to take down Fred Hampton (Kaluuya), the leader of the Illinois chapter of the Black Panther Party. Catapulted into the conversation by a fiery new trailer, the film has all the right pieces to make a deep run, come awards season. A tragic true-life tale with sociopolitical undertones featuring a former Best Actor nominee is the stuff Oscar campaigns are made of. The only question mark now is whether or not the film which has an unspecified 2021 release date will premiere before the February deadline to be eligible for 2020 accolades.Delroy Lindo, Da 5 Bloods (2020) 92%There have been dozens of Vietnam War films over the years to compete for Oscars, but none like Da 5 Bloods, Spike Lee s follow-up to his Oscar-winning hit BlacKkKlansman. The film features stand-out performances from Clarke Peters, Norm Lewis, Isiah Whitlock Jr., Chadwick Boseman, and Lovecraft Country star Jonathan Majors, but the most actorly performance belongs to Delroy Lindo, who s likely to compete for the Best Actor prize. As the bombastic member of Da 5 Bloods tasked with returning to Vietnam to bring home the remains of a comrade lost during the war and perhaps a hidden fortune Lindo is transformative. Despite a career that spans nearly five decades and over 70 credits, it s surprising that Lindo has never been in the awards conversation, and his role here as the Trump-supporting Vietnam vet with PSTD is his best shot. Spike Lee is coming off his Oscar win for BlacKkKlansman, and his cachet with voters has never been higher. With its timely message, the film could be a huge play for Netflix, which is assumed to do well in this streaming-friendly season.Timothée Chalamet, Dune (2021) 89%Jacqueline ColeyIn the four short years since he broke out into the mainstream with his Oscar-nominated performance in Call Me By Your Name, Timothée Chalamet s name has percolated in the awards conversation. This year he has the enviable position of having two films that could earn him a nomination: Wes Anderson s The French Dispatch and Denis Villeneuve s Dune. His turn in Dune, however, is what we re banking on for him and Arrival director Villeneuve to weave some Oscar magic, with a long-awaited adaptation of the award-winning science-fiction novel by Frank Herbert, poised to be a far cry from David Lynch s much-derided 1984 adaptation. Villeneuve has been on an unbeatable streak with critics and has a proven track record for crafting genre films that capture voters attention, scoring nominations for four of his last five Certified Fresh features, though he failed to secure an acting nomination for Amy Adams in Arrival. It stands to reason that if Dune lives up to even half of its hype, it could equal the accolades of George Miller s Mad Max: Fury Road and perhaps top it with an acting nomination for Chalamet. Starring alongside Oscar Issac, Zendaya, Jason Mamoa, and Javier Bardem, Chalamet is currently in Budapest filming re-shoots; a trailer is expected by the end of the month, and Villeneuve recently said that Dune could be this generation s The Lord of the Rings, so anything is possible.Anthony Hopkins, The Father (2020) 98%(Photo by Sony Pictures Classics)Since The Father s debut at the Sundance film festival earlier this year, Anthony Hopkins has been penciled in at the top of just about every Best Actor tip sheet by awards prognosticators. Still Fresh at 100% on the Tomatometer, the film, which is based on a French play, has seen acclaimed adaptations for Broadway, the London West End, and the French stage, and in each iteration, the actor playing the titular Father has taken home the best acting prize. Adapted and directed by the original playwright, Florian Zeller, the film is a poignant and disturbing journey through the deterioration of a man s mind. Suffering from Alzheimer s, an aging man stubbornly refuses his daughter s aid despite the grown evidence he is losing his grip on reality. A difficult watch, Hopkins work is incomparable with Gregory Ellwood of The Playlist calling it his best work this century. It should bring Hopkins back into the Lead Actor conversation following his supporting nomination last year playing retired Pope Benedict for The Two Popes, and it could be the role that brings him back to the winner s dais for the first time since he won in 1991 as the iconic and terrifying Hannibal Lecter in Jonathan Demme s The Silence of the Lambs.Andrew Garfield, The Eyes of Tammy Faye (2021) 66%Televangelists Tammy Faye Bakker and her husband Jim were two of the most salacious personalities of the 1970s and early 80s, and this drama, based on the award-winning documentary The Eyes of Tammy Faye Bakker, chronicles their rise and very public fall. The story, filled with drugs, fraud, sexuality, and, of course, Jesus, is as legendary as it is incredulous and should place both Jessica Chastain (as Tammy Faye) and Andrew Garfield (as Jim) on the lips of many prominent voices in awards punditry. It also doesn t hurt that it was directed by Michael Showalter, who was in the director s chair for the 2017 Oscar-nominated film The Big Sick. This is another film without a solid release date, so it could be pushed back to 2021, but it will likely still screen in time for the 2020 season. Keep an eye out for an I, Tonya-styled campaign strategy for the previously nominated Garfield and two-time nominee Chastain.Ben Affleck, The Way Back (2020) 84%Ben Affleck has been unfairly maligned as mediocre despite two Oscars and acclaimed work in award-winning films, including Shakespeare in Love, Argo, Good Will Hunting, Gone Baby Gone, and The Town. Following some personal and professional hardships, Affleck kicked off the year with a celebrated performance that mirrored his personal struggles. The newly single father of three plays Jack Cunningham, a former high school basketball phenom who never lived up to expectations and buried his pain at the bottom of a bottle. Forced to take a coaching job at his alma mater years later, he focuses himself on helping the young team, which might be his final shot for redemption. It was a surprisingly well-received entry during the typically lackluster releases of January, and critics raved about the film s feelgood story arc and Affleck s heartfelt performance. Currently rated Certified Fresh at 83% on the Tomatometer, the comeback drama has a built-in awards-friendly storyline, based on true events that are similar to the recently sober star s own personal battles with alcohol exactly the type of narrative strategists love to parrot to voters during the season.Eddie Redmayne and Sacha Baron Cohen, The Trial of the Chicago 7 (2020) 89%(Photo by Netflix)Produced by Steven Spielberg and written and directed by Oscar-winner Aaron Sorkin, The Trial of the Chicago 7 was thought to be a surefire awards contender for Paramount earlier this year. However, difficulties arising from COVID-19 prompted Paramount to sell the film to Netflix, giving the streaming giant yet more ammunition for an impressive haul in what many are dubbing the Netflix Season. The story of seven men charged with inciting a riot outside the Democratic convention in 1969 as part of a larger protest to the Vietnam War is another film tailor-made for awards in an election year. It features key figures from the time, including Black Panther Chairman Fred Hampton (the center of the aforementioned Judas and The Black Messiah) as well as political activist Bobby Seale and famed members of the Chicago 7 Abbie Hoffman and Tom Hayden. Hoffman and Hayden are played by Oscar nominee Sacha Baron Cohen and Oscar-winner Eddie Redmayne, respectively, and both men are poised to rise above the already stacked cast that includes Succession s Jeremy Strong, Micheal Keaton, Joseph Gordon Levitt, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, and Willliam Hurt.John David Washington, Tenet (2020) 70%At several points in the past few months, there was some question whether or not Christopher Nolan s latest psychological action film, Tenet, would even reach theaters; as of now, it looks like it will, at least internationally. Never in doubt from a production standpoint, as the film has been long finished, the only question was if the global pandemic would prevent the film being screened in theaters. As Nolan is a staunch advocate of the theatrical experience, it was unlikely that it would shift over to a streaming platform or VOD, especially since Nolan has gone on record to say the films is most designed for the audience/big-screen experience. Appearing alongside our next Batman, Robert Pattinson, and Elizabeth Debecki in what seems to be a mind-bending Inception-style action flick, the star of the film is John David Washington, who looks to achieve what he was unable to garner for his breakout film, Spike Lee s BlacKkKlansman. The plot of Tenet has been kept tightly under wraps even the name of Washington s character, which is currently listed as the protagonist but expectations are high, as Nolan, like Dune s Denis Villeneuve, is a director known for his ability to rack up Oscar nominations for genre films. As last year s Best Actor prize went to a role-based off a comic book character, it s reasonable to believe that this year, an exceptional performance from a genre thriller could do the same.Tom Hanks, News of the WorldIf it s Oscar season and Tom Hanks is in a movie, he s likely in the conversation. However, his Supporting Actor Oscar nomination last year for A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood was his first in nearly 20 years. After flirting with a nomination for Sully, The Post, and Captain Phillips, Hollywood s favorite dad is back in in the conversation with two pictures: Greyhound, in which he plays a captain for the third time, and News of the World, where you guessed it he plays yet another Captain. Hanks earned positive reviews for Greyhound, which he also wrote, but his best shot at a Best Actor nomination is likely for Paul Greengrass adaptation of the 2016 novel News of the World. 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(Photo by © Twentieth Century Fox)It was a huge news dump at Disney Investor Day this Thursday – the Mouse House s big day to show off and drive up all that sweet, sweet cash – with plenty for the Star Wars and Marvel Studios fans. But there were also exciting reveals beyond those two mega franchises. Check out the biggest stories of the week in TV and streaming (with some non-Disney stuff thrown in for good measure).TOP STORYFargo Creator Noah Hawley Will Spin Up FX’s Alien Series, With Ridley Scott in Talks to Executive Produce Disney Investor Day dropped SO.MUCH.NEWS. from the company’s many brands (see below), but one of the projects we’re most excited about: FX’s series adaptation of the Alien franchise. (Remember, FX and Fox s other brands all fall under the Disney umbrella since the acquisition.)FX Chairman John Landgraf announced the series, which will find Fargo and Legion creator Noah Hawley developing the project, and original 1979 Alien movie director Ridley Scott is deep in talks to serve as executive producer on the series, the first one based on the movie franchise. Speculation is that Scott might also direct episodes of Alien, as he did with the recent HBO Max series he produced, Raised by Wolves.Other TV news from Disney and related brands:New Star Wars series coming to Disney+ include Obi-Wan Kenobi, starring Ewan McGregor with Hayden Christensen returning as Darth Vader, and two series set in The Mandalorian era from Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni: Rangers of the New Republic and Ahsoka, a series featuring the fan favorite character Ahsoka Tano. Also Andor, featuring the return of Diego Luna as Andor Cassian, Star Wars: The Bad Batch, Star Wars: Visions, Lando, The Acolyte, and A Droid Story.Movies on the way for Disney+: Hocus Pocus 2, reboots of Three Men and a Baby with Zac Efron and Cheaper by the Dozen with Kenya Barris and Gabrielle Union, and a new Sister Act movie starring Whoopi Goldberg, who will produce with Tyler Perry.And more series projects for Disney+: Chip N Dale: Rescue Rangers, a hybrid live action-animated film starring John Mulaney and Andy Samberg; Pinocchio, directed by Robert Zemeckis and starring Tom Hanks; Peter Pan Wendy, starring Jude Law as Captain Hook and Yara Shahidi as Tinker Bell; Disenchanted, a sequel to Enchanted with Amy Adams returning as Giselle; live-action biographical films Greek Freak, about NBA star Giannis Antetokounmpo, and projects about Keanon Lowe and Chris Paul; and new animated takes on Diary of a Wimpy Kid, The Ice Age Adventures of Buck Wild, starring Simon Pegg, and Night at the Museum; plus animated series based on popular animated films, including Baymax, Zootopia+, Tiana, and Moana. Plus, Disney Animation Studios will release an original Africa-set animated series, Iwájú.Pixar will produce its first-ever long-form animated series. Win or Lose for Disney+, plus other Pixar projects are heading to the streaming service, including Inside Pixar, Pixar Popcorn, Dug Days (featuring the beloved dog from UP), a Cars project, and the movie Soul and short Burrow, both debuting on Disney+ on Christmas Day 2020.Marvel projects for Disney+ that were announced, or for which new details were shared, include the Samuel L. Jackson-starrer Secret Invasion; Ironheart with Dominique Thorne as a genius inventor; Armor Wars, starring Don Cheadle as James Rhodes; WandaVision; The Falcon and The Winter Soldier; Loki; the animated series What If…?; Ms. Marvel; Hawkeye; She-Hulk, starring Tatiana Maslany with co-stars Mark Ruffalo and Tim Roth (returning as Abomination); Moon Knight; a Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special; and a series of original shorts, I Am Groot.Disney+ content coming from National Geographic includes Limitless With Chris Hemsworth; Welcome to Earth featuring Will Smith; season 4 of the anthology series Genius, which will profile Martin Luther King, Jr.; the documentary film Cousteau, as well as the documentary series Secrets of the Whales; plus A Real Bug’s Life and America The Beautiful.Landgraf also announced It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia has been renewed through season 18, which will make the series the longest-running live-action sitcom in TV history. Elsewhere, The Handmaid’s Tale has been renewed for a fifth season on Hulu.FX is also in talks for a two-season drama series about The Rolling Stones, and is remaking the 1980 miniseries Shōgun, based on James Clavell’s 1975 novel of the same name.It was also announced that s of Dec. 2, Disney’s portfolio of direct-to-consumer services has exceeded a total of 137 million global paid subscriptions, including 11.5 million ESPN+ subscribers, 38.8 million Hulu subscribers, and 86.8 million Disney+ subscribers.So yeah, this Disney+ thing seems to be working out for them.A Recipe for Seduction: The Lifetime Movie That’s Finger-Lickin’ WeirdKFC has already made chicken-themed Crocs. If you want to look like a bucket of the eatery’s famous fried birds, there’s a tracksuit that will help you along. And if you want your whole house to smell like the 11 herbs and spices in the brand’s secret recipe, there’s a fireplace log for that.But if KFC’s 2017 bodice-ripping book Tender Wings of Desire (a real thing, we swear) didn’t prove just how serious the company is about love, they’ve got a Colonel Sanders Lifetime movie to erase all doubts.On Dec. 13 (noon ET), Lifetime will premiere A Recipe for Seduction, a 15-minute movie (read: commercial) that stars Mario Lopez as the famed Col. Harlan Sanders, a man looking to give his heart, and his crispy friend chicken, to a very special woman.“As the holidays near, an heiress contends with the affections of a suitor handpicked by her mother,” as per the project’s official description. “When the handsome chef arrives with his secret recipe and a dream, he sets in motion a series of events that unravel the mother’s plans.”If you just can’t wait for the movie to unfold, check out the trailer aboe, featuring a murder plot, secret kisses, and Lopez in the Colonel’s trademark Fred-from-Scooby Doo kerchief.NEW TRAILERS: Cobra Kai Season 3 Promises More Johnny and Daniel Matchups, Fights, and An Actual CobraCobra Kai, season 3, looks set to start the new year off right with the reveal of what happened to Miguel after that brutal fall at the end of season 2, lots more karate and rivalries, and … Johnny Lawrence in a dinner jacket?! Stars Billy Zabka and Ralph Macchio. Premieres Jan. 8 (Netflix)More trailers and teasers released this week:• Nicolas Cage’s History of Swear Words, season 1, will find the Oscar winner getting cheeky about the place of cussin’ in our culture. Premieres Jan. 5 (Netflix)• Batwoman, season 2, finds new star Javicia Leslie donning the new suit and telling herself it’s “time to be powerful” against her foes. Premieres Jan. 17 (The CW).• A Creepshow Holiday Special finds guest stars Adam Pally and Anna Camp battling some very bad Santas. Premieres Dec. 18 (Shudder)• Sylvie’s Love is a movie about the love story between an aspiring producer and a jazz musician who meet when she’s working at her father’s record store in 1950s Harlem. Starring Tessa Thompson and Nnamdi Asomugha. Premieres Dec. 23 (Amazon Video)• Riverdale, season 5: Veronica finds out something happened between Betty and Archie, and other typically bonkers stuff happens. Premieres Jan. 20 (The CW)• Call Me Kat, season 1, stars Mayim Bialik as a woman who quits her job and opens a cat cafe. Premieres Jan. 3 (Fox)• Clarice, season 1, is a series sequel to Silence of the Lambs, picking up nine year after the events of the movie. Starring Rebecca Breeds, Michael Cudlitz, Kal Penn, and Nick Sandow. Premieres Feb. 11 (CBS)• Sweet Home, season 1, is a South Korean thriller about a young man who moves into an apartment after the accidental death of his family, only to have monsters start to attack he and his neighbors. Premieres Dec. 18 (Netflix)• Run the World, season 1, is a comedy from Living Single creator Yvette Lee Bowser and Leigh Davenport about four black women juggling careers, friendships, and love in Harlem. Stars Amber Stevens West, Andrea Bordeaux, Bresha Webb, and Corbin Reid. Premieres 2021 (Starz)• The Minimalists: Less Is Now is a documentary about how we all may think we want more stuff, but we might all be way happier by getting rid of some of the stuff we already have. Premieres just in time for the new year, Jan. 1 (Netflix)For all the latest TV and streaming trailers, subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel.CASTING: Mahershala Ali and Jon Hamm Join Steven Yeun and J.K. Simmons in Voice Cast of Robert Kirkman’s Animated Series Invincible (Photo by © Well Go USA / courtesy Everett Collection)The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman has lined up an all-star voice cast for his Amazon animated series Invincible, including Mahershala Ali, Jon Hamm, Nicole Byer, Djimon Hounsou, Jeffrey Donovan, Jonathan Groff, Clancy Brown, and Ezra Miller. Based on the comic of the same name, the series revolves around teen Mark (Steven Yeun), the son of the most powerful superhero in the world (J.K. Simmons).Fargo season 4 star, Emmy winner Glynn Turman, will play Mose Wright in ABC’s six-episode series Women of the Movement. Wright was Emmett Till’s great uncle, a sharecropper and minister who testified in the trial to convict the white men who lynched his 14-year-old nephew in 1955, a key moment during the Civil Rights movement. (Deadline)Queen Latifah will lead the Netflix movie thriller End of the Road, playing a recent widow who loses her job and drives her family across the country to start over. But when they get to the desert in New Mexico, where they are isolated from anyone who can help, they find themselves in the crosshairs of a killer. Latifah will also executive produce the movie.(Photo by Jim Spellman/FilmMagic/Courtesy of Getty Images)Katherine Heigl will play the titular star of the limited series Woodhull, about Victoria Woodhull, the first woman to run for President of the United States, in 1872. The series about the feminist icon is still being shopped to networks and streaming services; Heigl will also produce. (Deadline)George Lopez is starring in Once Upon a Time in Aztlan, a drama in development at Amazon about a Chicano family living in a Los Angeles suburb. The series is the first dramatic TV role for the comedian, who will also be an executive producer. (Variety)Rosie O’Donnell, Donald Faison, and Griffin Dunne will guest star on the second season of Showtime’s The L Word: Generation Q. Jordan Hull, who plays Angie, the daughter of Bette (Jennifer Beals) and Tina (Laurel Holloman), has been promoted to series regular. O’Donnell will play Carrie, a brash and kindhearted public defender who gets under Bette’s skin; Faison plays Tom, a self-deprecating editor who works with Alice; and Dunne plays Isaac, an international art mega-dealer who comes into Bette’s orbit.(Photo by ©CBC / courtesy Everett Collection)Schitt’s Creek’s Noah Reid has joined the cast of Amazon’s Outer Range, the rancher drama starring Josh Brolin. Reid will play the youngest son (who, like his Schitt’s character, will be a singer) of the Tillerson family, rivals of the Abbotts, the family headed by Brolin’s Royal Abbott.American Vandal alum Tyler Alvarez has joined the cast of season 2 of Never Have I Ever for a recurring role as Malcolm, a former classmate of Devi’s who’s returning to school after starring on a Disney Channel show. (Deadline)Peabody Award-winning OWN drama David Makes Man has added Tony Plana, Brittany S. Hall, Erica Luttrell, Zsane’ Jhe’, Bobbi Baker, Patrice Arenas, Trinity Cidel, Brandi Huzzie, Rodney Gardiner, and Janmarco Santiago to its recurring cast for season 2, while Kiel Adrian Scott and Erica Watson will direct episodes.Jackée Harry is joining the cast of Days of Our Lives, where she’ll play a new character named Pauline, who has ties to the Carvers, longtime residents of Salem. (EW)SuFisher Stevens, Justine Lupe, and David Rasche have been promoted to series regular status for season 3 of Succession. (Deadline)PRODUCTION DEVELOPMENT: Julia Roberts Returning to TV in a Limited Series Produced by Reese Witherspoon (Photo by Amazon Prime Video)Julia Roberts will star in and executive produce the limited series The Last Thing He Told Me, at Apple TV+. Produced by Reese Witherspoon via her Hello Sunshine production company, the series will tell the story of a woman (Roberts) who bonds with her teenage stepdaughter while they’re trying to find out why Roberts’ character’s husband has mysteriously disappeared. The miniseries is an adaptation of author Laura Dave’s 2021 book of the same name. (Deadline)Oscar winner Emma Stone will star in The Curse for Showtime. The comedy is created by and co-stars Nathan Fielder and Benny Safdie, who also produce with Stone. Fielder also directs, and Benny Safdie’s brother Josh is also a producer. The series revolves around an alleged curse that disturbs the relationship of a newly married couple as they try to conceive a child while co-starring on their problematic new HGTV show.Netflix has announced a limited drama series called True Story, starring Kevin Hart and Wesley Snipes. Hart plays a successful comedian who, after a lost night with his older brother (Snipes), is in danger of losing everything he’s worked so hard for. Hart will also be an executive producer on the series, which was written by Narcos showrunner Eric Newman, with Sons of Anarchy producer Charles Murray as showrunner and EP.(Photo by Rotten Tomatoes)Margot Robbie has signed a first-look deal with Amazon to develop TV projects. Her LuckyChap Entertainment already produces the Hulu series Dollface and Netflix’s upcoming dramedy Maid, based on Stephanie Land’s bestselling book of the same name.Robert Rodriguez and his sister Rebecca are dev
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2.26.4 5月喜迎1. Hallelujah As anyone who has ever watched a televised talent competition will tell you, Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” has been subjected to its fair share of abuse over the years. Nowhere, though, has the song been more thoroughly beaten up than in this scene from Zack Snyder’s Watchmen, an otherwise fascinating superhero flick that has its hardcore defenders. What was a powerful moment in the graphic novel is laughable here, as Nite Owl (Patrick Wilson) and Silk Spectre (Malin Akerman) trade grunty-faces in their steampunk binoculars-looking sex pod all while the booming voice of Cohen… booms. Just when you think it can’t get any worse, the pod shoots flames at the moment of climax. Disagree, passionately? Let us know in the comments, and share your favorite so-bad-they re-good movie sex scenes.
Join us weekly as Rotten Tomatoes reports on what s opening, expanding, and coming to the specialty box office. From promising releases from new voices to experimental efforts from storied filmmakers – or perhaps the next indie darling to go the distance for end-of-year accolades – we will break it all down for you here each week in Fresh Indie Finds. This week at the specialty box office, we focus on three dark new films that will terrify you in exciting, original, and confronting ways. Fun, right? Walton Goggins plays a snake-charming faith healer with a dark disposition in Them That Follow; Octavia Spencer plays the meddlesome teacher of a star student who may be hiding a secret in Luce; and director Jennifer Kent chronicles the horrors of colonization in Australia for her The Babadook follow-up, The Nightingale. In our indie trailer section, we see have our first look at Robert Pattinson – OK, fine, Battinson – in The Lighthouse and the first trailer for a Sundance standout.Opening This Weekend
HBO Max took center stage this week, revealing its launch date and lineup. Not to be outdone, Disney+ threw some Star Wars into the streaming-news mix, Netflix boasted a subscriber boost from our current stay-at-home culture, and Quibi promised that subscribers would soon be able to cast to their TVs.TOP STORYStreaming Roundup: A New Star Wars Series, The Mandalorian Season 3, New Netflix Titles, HBO Max Launch Date, and Quibi Casting CapabilityThe Star Wars TV universe continues to expand at Disney+: Variety reports Emmy-nominated Russian Doll co-creator Leslye Headland will write and act as showrunner for an as-yet-untitled SW universe series that will be told from a female-centric point of view. The new drama will also take place in “a different part” on the series timeline.Variety also reported this week that a third season of The Mandalorian is currently in development at Disney+, well ahead of the series’ second season premiere later this year. The new project, and new seasons of The Mandalorian, join other Star Wars Disney+ shows, including Ewan McGregor’s Obi-Wan Kenobi series, Diego Luna’s Rogue One prequel series, the Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian docuseries (new trailer above), and the final season of The Clone Wars, currently airing in Disney+.In other news from a particularly eventful streaming TV week:• HBO Max finally announced its debut date: May 27, which won’t include the Friends cast reunion, yet, but will include the return of the complete Friends series to streaming, as well as the debut of the complete series of The Big Bang Theory episodes to streaming, among a library of 10,000 hours of programming. Check out our primer on all things HBO Max here.• Netflix cautioned that the company fully expects its subscriber numbers to decrease once shelter-in-place lockdown plans are lifted, but for now, its news is good: the streaming service added 15.8 million new subscribers in the first quarter of 2020, for a global total of 182 million subscribers now.• Speaking of Netflix, the company announced this week that it has acquired worldwide rights (excluding China) to Enola Holmes from Legendary Entertainment. The film is based on Nancy Springer’s Edgar Award-nominated book series, The Enola Holmes Mysteries, which tells the story of Sherlock and Mycroft Holmes’ rebellious teen sister Enola, a gifted super-sleuth in her own right who often outsmarts her brilliant siblings. The film stars Millie Bobby Brown (Stranger Things) in the title role. The cast also includes Sam Claflin (The Hunger Games films), Adeel Akhtar (Les Miserables), Fiona Shaw (Harry Potter films), Frances de la Tour (Harry Potter films), Louis Partridge (Medici), Burn Gorman (Pacific Rim), Susan Wokoma (Year of the Rabbit), with Henry Cavill (Man of Steel) and two-time Oscar nominee Helena Bonham Carter (The Crown).RELATED: New on Netflix in May 2020: Space Force, The Lovebirds, Avatar: The Last Airbender, Hollywood, and More• The NBCUniversal-owned Fandango (which also owns Rotten Tomatoes), has agreed to buy streaming service Vudu from Walmart. Vudu includes home rentals, as well as an ad-supported selection of free TV shows and movies.• New streaming service Quibi announced its service, which offers programming in airtimes of 10 minutes or less, has been downloaded more than 2.7 million times since its April 6 release. Also, beginning next month, Quibi users will be able to cast the service’s programming to their TVs.• And one more bit of news about that Friends reunion: one superfan and five pals will win a prize that includes tickets to the taping of the reunion special, plus the chance to have a cup o’ joe with the cast on the Central Perk set at Warner Bros. It’s all part of a fundraising effort for the All In Challenge, which raises cash for Feeding America, World Central Kitchen, No Kid Hungry, and Meals on Wheels. A donation buys 10 entries for the contest at the All in Challenge website.Virtual Comic Con Panels Feature Casts of The Boys, Gotham, Outlander, and GrimmSan Diego Comic Com, and various regional cons, are sadly among the many, many cancellations that have resulted from the coronavirus pandemic. But Wizard World has launched an ongoing series of virtual con panels, including upcoming events with the casts of The Boys, Gotham, Outlander, and Grimm. The Wizard World Virtual Experience with the cast of Outlander – including Lotte Verbeek, Steven Cree, Grant O’Rourke, Nell Hudson, Stephen Walters, and Annette Badland – will launch on April 30, followed later that day by an event with the cast of Grimm, including Silas Weir Mitchell, Sacha Roiz, Reggie Lee, Bree Turner, Claire Coffee and Jacquiline Toboni. Cast members of Gotham (David Mazouz, Sean Pertwee, Robin Lord Taylor, Erin Richards, Drew Powell and Peter Scolari) and The Boys (Jack Quaid, Antony Starr, and Karen Fukuhara) will chat with fans on May 2.Fans can submit questions for a 45-minute moderated Q+A for each event. Tickets are also available for each cast for one-on-one video chats, recorded videos, and autographed photos.New Trailers: An All-Star Cast Leads Ryan Murphy s New Series Reimagining Hollywood HistoryMore trailers:Fraggle Rock: Rock On!, new episodes of the classic Jim Henson series (Apple TV+)The Great, a comedy about the rise of Catherine the Great, starring Elle Fanning and Nicholas Hoult (Hulu)Jerry Seinfeld: 23 Hours to Kill, the comedian’s first stand-up special since 1998, debuts May 5 (Netflix)All Day and a Night, a drama movie starring Ashton Sanders and Jeffrey Wright, about a son who goes to prison, like his father, and tries to break the cycle so it doesn’t repeat with his own son (Netflix)The Wrong Missy, a comedy movies starring David Spade and Lauren Lapkus (Netflix)The Lovebirds, a comedy movie starring Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani (Netflix)Pokémon Journeys: The Series, new episodes of the adventures of Ash and Pikachu, premiering on June 12 (Netflix)A Secret Love, a documentary about two women who’ve been in a romantic relationship for 65 years (Netflix)Quiz, a miniseries starring Michael Sheen, Matthew Macfadyen, and Sian Clifford in the story of a British couple who were accused of using timed coughs to cheat their way to a million-pound win on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? (AMC)Grant, a three-night miniseries about Ulysses S. Grant, premiering on Memorial Day (History)For all the latest TV and streaming trailers, subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel.Development News: Paul Rudd and Will Ferrell Will Star in Dark Comedy Series The Shrink Next Door at Apple TV+Apple TV+ will be the home of the Paul Rudd–Will Ferrell comedy miniseries The Shrink Next Door, inspired by the fact-based podcast of the same name. The eight-episode series revolves around the bizarre relationship between psychiatrist to the stars Dr. Ike Herschkopf (Rudd) and his patient Marty Markowitz (Ferrell). Ike eventually takes over Marty’s life, which includes moving into Marty’s home in the Hamptons and taking over his business. The Shrink Next Door description: “The series explores how a seemingly normal doctor-patient dynamic morphs into an unprecedentedly exploitative relationship filled with manipulation, power grabs, and dysfunction at its finest.” The series reunites Rudd and Ferrell for the first time since Anchorman 2.Melissa McCarthy dramedy film The Starling has landed at Netflix. The film, directed by Ted Melfi and currently in postproduction, stars McCarthy and Chris O’Dowd as a married couple who face a major drama. Husband Jack takes off to deal with it, while Lilly remains home to deal with her guilt over the situation. A bird, a starling, in her backyard starts to harass her, and a psychologist-turned-vet played by Kevin Kline tries to help her. Timothy Olyphant, Loretta Devine, and Daveed Diggs also star. (THR)Syfy will begin airing the first season of the DC Universe series Harley Quinn on May 3. The animated series stars Kaley Cuoco as the wickedly fun titular diva, along with Lake Bell as Poison Ivy, Alan Tudyk as The Joker, Ron Funches as King Shark, Wayne Knight as The Penguin, Jason Alexander as Sy Borgman, and Christopher Meloni as Commissioner Gordon. (Syfy)Dwayne Johnson and Issa Rae are teaming up as executive producers of an HBO drama called Tre Cnt (which stands for Tre Count), about a family who pools their money, experience, and dreams to try to build a backyard wresting empire. (THR)The Last Dance, ESPN’s 10-part docuseries, left no doubt about how much sports fans are fiending for new content. The first two episodes of the series, which debuted last Sunday, drew 6.1 million viewers, the most ever for documentary content on the network.Connie Britton is developing a series based on Rebecca Traister’s bestselling book All the Single Ladies: Unmarried Women and the Rise of an Independent Nation, about the history of unmarried women throughout the history of the United States. Britton will act as executive producer and appear in the HBO Max docuseries, which specifically traces the history of married and single women, and illustrate how single women rejected traditional paths and created opportunity for all women in the process. (THR)Chip and Joanna Gaines are delaying the launch of their lifestyle network, Magnolia, because of the pandemic, so they’re airing a four-hour preview of what’s to come on the channel when it eventually debuts later this year. Magnolia Presents: A Look Back A Look Ahead airs in April 26 at 5 p.m. ET on the DIY Network.ABC will air The Story of Soaps, a two-hour special on the history of soap operas, on May 19. The show will explore “how no genre of television has laid deeper roots into our cultural consciousness and serialized storytelling than the soap opera,” and feature clips and interviews with daytime soap alums, including Bryan Cranston, Alec Baldwin, Jon Hamm, Susan Lucci, Deidre Hall, and Genie Francis, as well as famous soap fans Carol Burnett and Andy Cohen, and creator Agnes Nixon.Netflix will produce a new Korean original series called Hellbound, about supernatural beings who “appear out of nowhere to condemn people to hell.” The series, based on an animated web series, will be directed by Train to Busan director Yeon Sang-ho.YouTube will launch Celebrity Substitute, a series in which famous types will teach lessons in coding, biology, and other subjects during this era of peak distance learning. Karlie Kloss will help students work through a coding problem, actor and doctor Ken Jeong will teach a biology lesson, and Terry Crews, Bill Nye, Janelle Monáe, Camila Mendes will also be among the instructors. (THR)
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ptation of the sixth novel, Confess, Fletch, which Hamm is both starring in and producing. It also turns out that Confess, Fletch will be a Mad Men reunion project for Hamm, as he has cast John Slattery, who played Don Draper s boss and eventual partner Roger Sterling. Other Confess, Fletch co-stars will include Marcia Gay Harden, Kyle MacLachlan, and Annie Mummulo (Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar).7. CHRIS PRATT TO STAR IN KARATE COMEDY THE BLACK BELT (Photo by Chuck Zlotnick/©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)For most of the last seven years since Chris Pratt scored two big hits in 2014 with The LEGO Movie and Guardians of the Galaxy, his big screen output has focused on big franchise action movies like his various movies as Marvel s Star-Lord and the Jurassic World franchise. Pratt s first real big break, of course, was as the goofball Andy Dwyer on the NBC sitcom Parks and Recreation, and it looks like he may channel the spirit of Andy again, as he will star in a karate-themed movie called The Black Belt for frequent Saturday Night Live sketch director Paul Briganti. Pratt will star in The Black Belt as an eccentric uncle who trains his shy teenage nephew in the ways of karate. The role of the nephew hasn t been cast yet.8. LANCE REDDICK TO REPRISE CONCIERGE ROLE IN JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 4 (Photo by ©Summit Entertainment)When it comes to franchises with recurring casts, it s easy to take it for granted when it s announced that a particular actor is indeed returning for the next movie, but that doesn t mean it s not news. Prolific TV actor Lance Reddick (The Wire, Fringe, LOST) has been in every John Wick movie thus far as the mysterious Charon, the concierge of the Continental, where international assassins come to mingle and rest up, and he will do the same again in John Wick: Chapter 4. Reddick and star Keanu Reeves will be joined by a cast of new co-stars that includes Donnie Yen, Shamier Anderson, Hiroyuki Sanada, and pop star Rina Sawayama.9. COLD PURSUIT AND GREENLAND SEQUELS THAWING (Photo by ©STX Entertainment)Despite the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the movie business, two actors who showed they were still able to attract audiences (on some level) were Scotland s Gerard Butler (with Greenland, Certified Fresh at 78%) and Northern Ireland s Liam Neeson (with Honest Thief and The Ice Road). Just before COVID-19 struck, Neeson also starred in the action thriller Cold Pursuit (Fresh at 69%), and this week, the news broke that Studiocanal is moving forward with plans for a Cold Pursuit sequel (along with lots of other new projects announced at Cannes on Tuesday), which will presumably find Neeson s snowplow driver again in some sort of danger. Cold Pursuit 2 wasn t the only snow-themed sequel to make the news this week, as Greenland: Migration was confirmed to start filming in 2022, with Butler, Morena Baccarin, and director Ric Roman Waugh all returning for the sequel, which will focus on the family from the first film coping with life (spoiler) in the post-apocalyptic world following the events of Greenland.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.