亚博电竞电竞投注平台采用百度引擎9（Baidu 4）(Photo by Netflix)David Fincher s Mank came out the big winner when the nominations for the 2021 Academy Awards were announced on Monday morning. The black-and-white story of Citizen Kane screenwriter Herman Mankiewicz earned a whopping 10 nominations, including for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actress, and more. Beyond that, noms were fairly evenly spread out between awards-season big hitters The Trial of the Chicago 7, Minari, Judas and the Black Messiah, Nomadland, The Father, Promising Young Woman, and – with several welcome surprise nominations – Sound of Metal.History was made in the Best Director category, with two women nominated for the award for the first time – Chloé Zhao (Nomadland) and Emerald Fennell (Promising Young Woman). Elsewhere, Minari s Yuh-jung Youn became the first Korean actress to ever be nominated for an Oscar and Glenn Close – also nominated for Best Supporting Actress – now has eight nominations to her name, joining the ranks of Denzel Washington, Marlon Brando, and Peter O Toole. And we ll have more stats and info in our snubs and surprises feature, coming soon.Recommended: Printable 2021 Oscar Ballot for Your Oscar PoolRecommended: Rotten Tomatoes Predicts the 2021 Oscar Nominations!Recommended: The Biggest Snubs and Surprises of the 2021 Oscar NominationsRecommended: All the Winners of the 2020 Golden Tomato AwardsCheck out the full list of the 2021 Oscar nominees below:Best Picture
除此之外，这次更新还有一个大亮点新地图“圣人遗迹”的加入。这个地图是一个可破坏的地图，意味着玩家可以用任何伤害性武器破坏部分墙体、木板、开关门。而在游戏中最经典的爆破模式中，玩家的战术设计、策略布置基本都是围绕着固定的地图展开的，可破坏的设计显然会为每个对局带来不一样的变数，这算是CF手游对于竞技深度做的一次创新大胆的尝试。 2. THIS WEEK IN REPLACING DICAPRIO, PART 2: SAM ROCKWELL AND RICHARD JEWELL(Photo by Fox Searchlight)DiCaprio had also previously been attached to star in Clint Eastwood s next film as director, Richard Jewell (previously titled The Ballad of Richard Jewell), but his role has now gone to Sam Rockwell instead. The title refers to a security guard who discovered a suspicious backpack bomb at the 1996 Atlanta Summer Olympics. Rockwell will play Jewell s defense attorney, and the title role is going to Paul Walter Hauser, who was arguably the breakout star of I, Tonya. (At one point, that role would have gone to Jonah Hill, when he was physically much heavier.) The cast for the film expanded even further this week, though, as Kathy Bates will also be co-starring as Jewell s mother. In related news, Paul Walter Hauser also signed on this week for a lower profile film, Silk Road, which is also based on a true crime story.3. NETFLIX ADAPTING HIT VIDEO GAME THE DIVISION WITH JESSICA CHASTAIN AND JAKE GYLLENHAAL(Photo by JA, Jason Smith/Everett Collection)There are so many Marvel movies (over 30 if you include the various Sony and Fox movies) that it s rare to find a big star who hasn t appeared in at least one of them. Jessica Chastain co-starred as an alien in last week s Dark Phoenix, and Jake Gyllenhaal will play Mysterio in next month s Spider-Man: Far from Home, and we now know that they will both headline an upcoming video game movie. Both of them actually joined the movie based on Tom Clancy s The Division three years ago, but that was so long ago that, until this week, it didn t seem like a sure thing that either was still attached. The big reveal this week is that Netflix has stepped in to produce and distribute The Division, which will be the next film directed by David Leitch, who s coming off Certified Fresh action hits in Atomic Blonde (78%) and Deadpool 2 (83%). Tom Clancy s The Division is an action role-playing game set in New York City following a mass genocide from a viral attack.4. NETFLIX ENLISTS COCO WRITER FOR THEIR TAKE ON CHRONICLES OF NARNIA (Photo by Walt Disney courtesy Everett Collection)Ostensibly inspired by the box office successes of both the Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings movies, Walden Media started adapting C.S. Lewis The Chronicles of Narnia in 2005 with The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe. That first movie was a box office smash (5 million globally), but the second (The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian) and third (The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader) both dropped by nearly half with 9 million and 5 million, respectively. (The third film also dipped the franchise into Rotten territory.) Disney released the first two films, and Fox the third, but nine years later, Netflix now has the rights. To get things started, Netflix has hired screenwriter Matthew Aldrich (who cowrote Pixar s Coco, Certified Fresh at 97%) to work on their ambitious adaptations of Lewis seven novels into both movies and at least one series.5. MELISSA MCCARTHY S ST. VINCENT REUNION THE STARLING (Photo by JA/Everett Collection)Like many comic actors, Melissa McCarthy frequently dips her cinematic toes into more dramatic fare (like last year s Can You Ever Forgive Me?, Certified Fresh at 98%). McCarthy arguably started doing this in 2014 with the dramedy St. Vincent (Certified Fresh 77%), co-starring Bill Murray, Naomi Watts, and Chris O Dowd. St. Vincent was directed by Ted Melfi (Hidden Figures), who had planned to direct a psychiatric dramedy called Fruit Loops (with Woody Harrelson) next, until Disney recently let it go as part of their new Fox plans. Quickly shifting gears, Melfi will instead next direct a tragic comedy called The Starling, with McCarthy and O Dowd reuniting from St. Vincent as a married couple struggling with grief.6. BO BURNHAM WILL WRITE THE NEW SESAME STREET MOVIE S SONGS (Photo by Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection)Although January is historically seen as a dump month, studios have more recently been enjoying success with the Martin Luther King Jr. Day weekend in mid-January (Glass in 2019, Hidden Figures in 2017, Ride Along 2 in 2016, etc.). Warner Bros. is developing a Sesame Street musical starring Anne Hathaway, and they chose a release date of January 15, 2021 (which would have been MLK s 92nd birthday) a while back. Filming isn t expected to start until April of next year, and this week, we found out who will be writing the new Sesame Street songs. That role has gone to comedian-turned-writer-director Bo Burnham, who is coming off a great 2018 after his award-winning feature directorial debut with teen drama Eighth Grade (Certified Fresh at 99%). As pointed out in this piece, Burnham made an early mark on YouTube by performing raunchy songs like My Whole Family Thinks I m Gay, but it s pretty obvious that his Sesame Street songs won t be like that. Or so we assume.7. CLASSIC HORROR FILM BLACK CHRISTMAS GETTING REMADE (AGAIN)(Photo by MGM courtesy Everett Collection)Possibly more than any other genre, horror movies are particularly ripe for remakes, mostly because they can be made relatively affordably with a high potential box office return. In 2006, one such remake was Black Christmas (Rotten at 15%), based on the influential early 1974 slasher of the same title (Fresh at 71%). Both films featured young actresses as sorority house members who later became more famous: Margot Kidder (Superman) in the original film, and Mary Elizabeth Winstead (10 Cloverfield Lane, TV s Fargo) in the remake. Blumhouse Productions and Universal Pictures are rushing to remake Black Christmas again, and the lead actress this time around will be Imogen Poots, who co-starred in 2016 s Green Room. We say rushing because Universal has scheduled Black Christmas for just six months from now (December 13, 2019), up against the Jumanji sequel. The updated film will be directed by Sophia Takal, who co-wrote the script with April Wolfe, which gives the remake a unique female perspective that might be exactly the jolt it needs.Rotten Ideas2. KEVIN HART REMAKING BILL MURRAY S SCROOGED (Photo by Universal Pictures, Paramount Pictures)Bill Murray s zombie comedy The Dead Don t Die is in theaters this weekend, and he s all over The Weekly Ketchup as well. This is the third story with Murray connections, following Ghostbusters 3 and The Starling (which is a reunion project for St. Vincent, in which Bill Murray starred). Although they don t always hit financially, remakes remain popular with Hollywood because many of them can be made relatively affordably (compared to say, superhero movies), but still have name brand familiarity. In 1988, Bill Murray starred in Scrooged (Fresh at 70%), which was itself basically a remake (more specificially a reimagination) of Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol. Well, that remake is going to get a remake, because Kevin Hart is producing and is expected to star in a Scrooged remake for Paramount Pictures. The Scrooged remake does not yet have a screenwriter or director, so it s probably at least a few Christmases away.1. ANIMATED SPICE GIRLS MOVIE IN THE WORKS(Photo by Columbia Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)Last year marked the 20th anniversary of the 1998 Spice Girls movie, Spice World (Rotten at 35%), which unironically had absolutely nothing to do with Frank Herbert s Dune (melange jokes for the win). As with all mortals, time marches on even for the Spice Girls, but Paramount Pictures has figured out a way to make another Spice Girls movie: animation. All five original Spice Girls members are signed on to star in the new animated film, which will feature both their hit songs and new songs as well. The Spice Girls movie is part of a new Paramount Animation slate that aims to release two movies a year, starting in 2020 with The SpongeBob Movie: It s a Wonderful Sponge (5/22/2020) and the comic book adaptation Rumble (7/31/2020). Paramount is also still developing an animated Mighty Mouse movie. This story isn t the week s Rotten Idea for those films, however, but because of Spice World s Tomatometer score.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
As the world gets ready to check back into the Overlook Hotel with Stephen King s Doctor Sleep, Rotten Tomatoes checked in with the stars and director of the Shining sequel for a set of extended interviews. Here, Rotten Tomatoes correspondent Naz Perez talks with Ewan McGregor, who plays the movie s grown-up Danny Torrance, about channeling Jack Nicholson for the role, and to Rebecca Ferguson about creating an already-iconic horror villain in Rose the Hat. Plus, director Mike Flanagan reveals what it was like to bridge the gap between two heroes, Stephen King and Stanley Kubrick, and newcomer Kyleigh Curran, who plays a young girl seriously gifted with the Shine, opens up about working with McGregor ( Mr. Ewan! ). The cast and director also share their most terrifying moments from The Shining.
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1. FIRST MOVIE UNITING SCORSESE, DE NIRO, AND DICAPRIO STARTS FILMING SOON Ryan FujitaniLike many directors of his stature, Martin Scorsese enjoys working with some of the same actors repeatedly. Early in his career, the actor Scorsese worked with the most was Robert De Niro (Mean Streets, Taxi Driver, and recently, The Irishman), and in the 2000s and 2010s, that distinction more often went to Leonardo DiCaprio (The Aviator, The Departed, Shutter Island). For his next film, Martin Scorsese is going to double down, so to speak, by working with both Robert De Niro and Leonardo DiCaprio. That film, which starts filming in March, will be called Killers of the Flower Moon, based upon a non-fiction book about a series of murders in Oklahoma in the 1920s that was one of the first major cases taken on by the then-new Federal Bureau of Investigation. Leonardo DiCaprio is expected to play one of the FBI agents, and Robert De Niro will play a local cattle rancher suspected of committing the murders of Osage tribe members.2. ALEXANDER PAYNE TO REMAKE BABETTE S FEAST(Photo by (c) Orion courtesy Everett Collection)As good as they often are, most films in a language other than English are going to face a box office handicap in the United States, so there is a very old tradition of some of those movies being remade in English. One that has arguably crossed over well in the last 30 years or so is 1987 s Babette s Feast (Fresh at 97%), a Danish film about a French woman who brings her culinary skills to a remote village unaccustomed to food that tastes good. Although he had a bit of a critical misstep with Downsizing (Rotten at 48%), director Alexander Payne has otherwise delivered a series of Certified Fresh films (including Election, About Schmidt, Sideways, and Nebraska), and he s now developing an English-language reimagining of Babette s Feast, which will be set in a religious community in small-town Minnesota.3. 2020 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL COMPETITION FILMS ANNOUNCED (Photo by Amazon Studios)For pretty much every year since the 1990s, the Sundance Film Festival has become the first place that many people hear about some of the films that later go on to become awards season contenders. (This year, those films include Clemency, Hala, and Honey Boy.) We don t have enough space here to list all of the films in Dramatic Competition next year, but we will note that the roster is one of Sundance s most diverse ever, with over half the films being directed by people of color. Some of the more famous actors in competition in 2020 include Zazie Beetz and Winston Duke (Nine Days), Daniel Dae Kim (BLAST BEAT), Meek Mill (Charm City Kings), Elisabeth Moss (Shirley), Andy Samberg (Palm Springs), Tessa Thompson (Sylvie s Love), and Steven Yuen (Minari).4. DAKOTA AND ELLE FANNING TO PLAY SISTERS FOR THE FIRST TIME
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7.63.4 3月喜迎The shards of Mephisto always seem to reappear.One possible answer: the book powering her magic could be The Darkhold. The reality-warping tome is composed of dark matter and originates from the Hell Dimension. It appeared on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. during that show s fourth season, where it caused all manner of grief, and aided in the creation of Life Model Decoys, before the Ghost Rider (Gabriel Luna) could take the book back to Hell. It subsequently appeared on Runaways in the possession of Morgan le Fey (Elizabeth Hurley), so it clearly escaped its stay with the infernal Dewey Decimal System.While it is still unclear how much of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. or Runaways occurred in the Marvel Cinematic Universe — Marvel television shows often had to make story decisions without foreknowledge of MCU events, creating a canon schism — WandaVision head writer Jac Schaeffer avoids questions about S.H.I.E.L.D. s status. Could she have been avoiding the question because of The Darkhold? It is a possibility, although the book on display in WandaVision looks quite different from S.H.I.E.L.D.’s Darkhold prop and its traditional comic book appearance.(Photo by Marvel Studios - episode 106)Nevertheless, the possibility of it being The Darkhold matters here as it also corrupts those who read it, so Agatha may be at its command and facilitating things for its own ends. Which, we admit, could still lead to Mephisto. This might be why Billy (Julian Hilliard) noted she is quiet in her own mind.And for those still anticipating the Marvel Multiverse — and want Peters to be the Pietro from the X-Men movies — The Darkhold is potentially powerful enough a tome to pull things from other universes. And as it is clear Agatha was behind his appearance, it is possible she plucked him from that world. As it happens, this week s commercial leaned heavily on the word nexus, which in Marvel lore is a gateway to other possible realities.That s presuming, of course, Evans character has anything to do with Pietro Maximoff. There s still time for him to be Agnes s ever-missing husband Ralph, Mephisto, or perhaps Agatha s son Nicholas Scratch.A Less Successful Modern Family(Photo by Marvel Studios - episode 104)For all the things Agatha s reveal offers, it still feels like something of a letdown. On the one hand, it is the obvious answer as the character is so tied to Wanda s comic book past. Fans guessed her involvement over a year ago and just because an answer is obvious does not mean it is wrong. But until we learn why she is manipulating Wanda, we can t help but feel a little air has been taken out of the balloon.We freely admit we were invested in all of this being Wanda, because it had the potential to tell a genuinely new story for the MCU; one in which there is no real antagonist. A grief-stricken Wanda doing all these things — and kidnapping all these people — leads to a conflict with no easy answer and no clearly evil person to fight with fists or special effects. A Marvel story without a Thanos — or even an Ironmonger — is something we want to see.But it is still possible for Wanda s grief, and her inability to process it, to be the primary motivator behind everything. As we suggested above, Agatha could be trying to help. It is also possible that her seemingly villainous turn continues the complex meta-narrative of the television shows honored within WandaVision.
Best-Reviewed Movies 2018: Limited ReleaseLimited releases are movies that never crossed the 600-theater threshold. They also present some of the most urgent voices of the year, delivering vital and provocative messages. Nearly half of the best-reviewed limiteds were directed by women, while the top movie was a black-and-white intimate epic of a family maid, a story you d never witness if you didn t scratch beyond the multiplex (or, in this case, fire up your streaming device if it wasn t playing near you).The order of the rank below reflects the Adjusted Score as of December 31, 2018. Scores might change over time.« Previous Category Next Category »
亚博电竞电竞投注平台 As we near the end of summer and the beginning of the school year, we ve still got a few noteworthy titles looking to pull in big audiences for that sweet blockbuster dough. The biggest of them is, of course, the DC super-anti-hero movie helmed by James Gunn, but we ve also got a cheeky action comedy starring Ryan Reynolds and a trio of horror flicks of very different stripes. Based on numbers compiled from our Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter polls, as well as Want-to-See numbers on RT, here are the five most anticipated movies of August!1. The Suicide Squad (2021)#1 on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, #2 on RTIn theaters and available on HBO Max on August 6Just in case you haven t been following along with the DC Extended Universe, this is not the same movie as 2016 s Suicide Squad, directed by David Ayer, even though it features some of the same actors portraying the same characters (Margot Robbie s Harley Quinn, Viola Davis Amanda Waller, Joel Kinnaman s Rick Flag). James Guardians of the Galaxy Gunn takes over behind the camera for this new iteration of a group of would-be villains who are recruited to fight other bad guys under a secret government initiative, and if early reviews are any indication, you all have good reason to be excited about this one.2. Candyman (2021)#2 on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, #3 on RTIn theaters on August 27Taking a hard left from goofy, self-aware superhero shenanigans, we have this reboot-by-way-of-sequel of an iconic horror franchise. Yahya Abdul-Mateen II stars as an artist who moves into a fancy new development where Chicago s infamous Cabrini Green housing projects once stood and where the vengeful spirit known as the Candyman once stalked his victims. As he explores Candyman s origins in his art, he unwittingly unleashes a new horror. This film was delayed from its scheduled release last year, so fans have been eager to see it for over a year.3. Free Guy (2021)#1 on RT, #3 on Instagram and Twitter, #4 on FacebookIn theaters on August 13This meta-comedy set in the world of video games centers on a background character (Ryan Reynolds) who becomes self-aware and decides to become the hero of the game with the help of the programmers responsible for his awakening. Jodie Comer, Lil Rel Howery, and Taika Waititi co-star, and Reynolds has plenty of experience with this brand of silly, self-referential humor (see: Deadpool). This one was also delayed from its original release last year, but it still managed to rack up the most Want-to-See votes on RT.4. Don't Breathe 2 (2021)#4 on Instagram and Twitter, #5 on FacebookIn theaters on August 13Fede Álvarez had a sleeper hit with 2016 s relentless thriller Don t Breathe, which followed a group of young burglars who find themselves at the mercy of a blind man with a very particular set of skills. This time, Álvarez takes on a producing role (alongside horror vet Sam Raimi) and hands the reins over to first-time director Rodo Sayagues, as Stephen Lang reprises his role as the blind man in question, Norman Nordrstrom, who again must protect his home from invaders who may or may not have a very good reason for breaking in. Nobody asked for or expected this sequel, but the first film was so deliciously raw that this one makes it to spot #4 on our list.5. The Night House (2020)#3 on Facebook, #5 on RTIn theaters on August 20No stranger to horror dramas and psychological thrillers, Rebecca Hall stars in this chiller about a woman grieving the sudden death of her husband. Holed up in the home he built for her, she begins to experience terrifying visions that lead her to uncover dark secrets from his past. This film premiered to solid reviews at Sundance back in 2020, and it s finally getting a release. Most critics praised Hall s performance and moody atmosphere, so if you re looking for a good scare this month, you ll only have to wait a few weeks for it.Thumbnail by Warner Bros. PicturesOn an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
Often in comics, one miniseries or event title leads directly into another comic book series with little or no downtime. And while The Falcon and the Winter Soldier does not intend to pick up any of WandaVision s batons — in fact, it was originally scheduled to bow first — debuting two weeks after that other show s finale offers viewers a little bit of the thrill of picking up the first issue of a follow-up story. That sensation changes as soon as the first episode truly begins and Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie) reveals a part of what he s been up to for the last few months: fighting dudes like Batroc (Georges St-Pierre) for the U.S. government.So let s catch up with him, James Buchanan Barnes (Sebastian Stan), and the Marvel Cinematic Universe as a whole as we dive into the first episode of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier.Spoiler alert: The following reveals details of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier episode 1, New World Order. Stop here if you have not watched the episode.The Timing Matters(Photo by Chuck Zlotnick/Marvel Studios)As we go further into Phase 4, the end of Avengers: Endgame becomes an important marker of time. WandaVision takes place mere weeks after the Avengers restored roughly 3 billion people to life. Spider-Man: Far From Home occurs the next summer. Black Widow, as it happens, will apparently occur six years prior to Endgame. And the first Falcon episode establishes that some months have gone by.It appears that distance from everyone coming home will be an important plot point. The economic instability suggested in Wanda s (Elizabeth Olsen) first trip to Westview continues to matter and even seems to be contributing to an as-yet-unspecified political upheaval. To be sure, Sam s difficulty in securing a loan is a mostly separate issue — more on that in a moment — but the tense situation Rhodey (Don Cheadle) and a few other government types keep dancing around seems connected to the sudden (and we assume occasionally fatal) return of everyone who was lost when Thanos first snapped his fingers in Avengers: Infinity War.In terms of those whispered economics, we imagine insurance companies went right to work trying to reclaim any death benefits they paid out in the previous five years. The returned also probably expected to go back to work at jobs that either evaporated or found new hires to fill the vacancies. Of course, there s the individual psychological toll to consider, but the instability people keep telling Sam about is the aggregate of those things and is typically expressed in terms of financial and political unrest. And in this episode, we re only seeing the edges of that picture.Nevertheless, the timing still matters as Far From Home presents a world — or at least certain European cities and New York — more or less recovered. Whatever powder keg the generals at Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) memorial expected to explode in the short term sure hasn t a handful of months later.Or, perhaps, Sam and Bucky were instrumental in preventing it from happening.When Even an Avenger Can t Get a Loan(Photo by Chuck Zlotnick/Marvel Studios )One interesting element of the episode is seeing just how accustomed Sam became to the privileges of being an Avenger. To be fair, he lost them as soon as he and Steve defied the Sokovia Accords in 2017, but his expectation that his status as a world-saving superhero would make his loan application a breeze is a bit naive. Nevertheless, it is an interesting way for Marvel Studios as a whole to broach a topic like systemic racism.Each dimension of the scene is fascinating to examine, in fact. Beyond Sam s seeming overconfidence, you have the loan officer unsure of Sam s identity (ouch) and his inability to approve the loan because of the bank s rules, which are built against people like Sam and his sister, Sarah (Adepero Oduye). Then you have her understanding that this was the only way their visit to the bank could transpire — a reality Sam has seemingly forgotten thanks to years in the service and his time in a much more egalitarian organization. Then there is that question: was he receiving income from Tony (Robert Downey Jr.) during the time he worked out of the Avengers HQ? And is his current government contracting something he can claim on the application?We ll also step back a bit and note the bank appears to be offering no sort of amnesty for those who were Blipped. Their five years without jobs or income stands against them. Although, we imagine the bank bends that rules in certain situations.But no matter the reasons for Sam and Sarah to walk out of there defeated — or however an individual viewer may regard the scene — it indicates a growing maturity for the Marvel method while feeling like a natural extension of the Captain America film series philosophy. Now, it s finally pointed to a contemporary situation.Bucky Got a Haircut, Found a Date, and Can t Deal With His Guilt(Photo by Chuck Zlotnick/Marvel Studios )This might be kind of shallow, but we re very glad to see Bucky finally did away with his grungy Winter Soldier hair. Yes, there s definitely a psychological advantage to doing so — he can look in the mirror and not see the monster who haunts his nightmares— but on a purely aesthetic level, Bucky is a much more handsome man with a closer-cropped do.We imagine it is something his therapist encouraged him to do, but it s also possible he chose to do it all on his own in the hopes of reclaiming some part of the man he was before he went to the war. The visual similarity to the dashing lad who showed Jenna Coleman around that science expo in Captain American: The First Avenger is striking. But there is also the sharp contrast of this shattered old man hidden just under Bucky s relatively youthful appearance.Although, we ll admit, it is easier to see that 106-year-old man when he and Yori (Ken Takemoto) go to lunch. It is interesting that these scenes (and his therapy session before them) are the first time we ve really seen Bucky try to cope with everything. Sure, he had that period in Wakanda, but note the way that s minimized in this episode. Those handful of scenes in Black Panther and Infinity War are not about a solider and conscripted killer processing 70 years of trauma. And, really, they couldn t be. Now, though, both we and Bucky have the chance to explore it.(Photo by Marvel Studios)Which makes the date Yori gets for him and his guilt-induced nightmare all the more fascinating. In regards to the former, it make for a fascinating contrast with the cocksure kid in The First Avenger. He absolutely fumbles at every turn and she carries that date until he walks out.But, really, Bucky s in no place to date. He has to finish making amends. At the very least, it would resolve his nightmare. But telling Yori the truth may be the hardest thing he will have to do to complete the task. Sure, Yori may think he wants to know that truth, but what will happen when he finds out this man he s befriended is his son s killer? Bucky has a real ease with him — to the point where the first scene at Izzy s plays as though Yori knows Bucky s real identity — and to lose that bond would be a real setback even if the truth is, ultimately, more important.It s a different sort of jeopardy for the Winter Soldier to experience, but it reflects the sort of show Falcon wants to be. We just hope Bucky gets some sport of peace by the time we get to the end of it.The Portents of Trouble(Photo by Marvel Studios)Curiously, though, the first episode resists the temptation to feature Helmut Zemo (Daniel Brühl) or reveal any aspects of his plan. Although, it s pretty easy to imagine the Flag Smashers as a nascent Masters of Evil. That group, formed by Zemo s father in early issues of The Avengers comic book, will never use that name in the MCU. But it will be interesting to see if The Falcon and the Winter Soldier attempts to employ one of their better known lineups under a different moniker. As it happens, Flag-Smasher is a singular villain in the pages of Marvel Comics and Erin Kellyman briefly appears in the episode as a female version of that character.Of course, because we re assuming a lot this week, we imagine the Flag Smashers are tied to Zemo. But what if they re not? Their aims may be there own while he stays true to his plans as a lone operative.To a certain extent, Zemo is the most successful MCU villain. He tore the Avengers in half, and although they did reform, they are no longer the imperial force he saw when Sokovia fell. But considering the views we ve heard him espouse in trailers, moving his brilliance to ending superheroes entirely could lead to a number of broken costumed folk.Then there s that counterfeit Captain America (Wyatt Russell). Fans of the comics will recognize U.S. Agent on the spot, but we ll hold off on examining him and his comic book counterpart until next week when, presumably, we ll know more about his status in the MCU and what he does to inspire Sam s desire to retake the shield.But for all these uncertainties, at least Sam and Bucky will have allies in the coming fight thanks to people like Sharon Carter (Emily VanCamp) and First Lieutenant Joaquin Torres (Danny Ramirez), a kid in the army who may have a fascinating destiny as the series wears on.The Falcon and the Winter Soldier premieres new episodes on Fridays on Disney+. Without any major wide releases this weekend, Hollywood just had the third-weakest Labor Day weekend since 2004. Whatever made up the top 10 last week week was pretty much here again this week, just with about two-thirds the revenue. In the meantime, most of America stayed away from the movies for one last summer vacation, fairs, BBQs, and – we assume – to save their money for the evil clown looking to break new records next weekend. For now, though, Angel Has Fallen can crow about being the top of a weak-ish crop for two weeks straight with a second-weekend haul of .8 million over four days.King of the Crop: Angel Does Not Fall In Second Week(Photo by Simon Varsano / © Lionsgate / courtesy Everett Collection)Neither Olympus Has Fallen nor London Has Fallen spent a single week in the top spot at the box office. Now, Angel Has Fallen has done it for two straight weeks and joins 300 and this year’s How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World as the only films featuring Gerard Butler to spend two straight weeks at number 1. In fact, the first How To Train Your Dragon is the only other film featuring Butler to spend any week at number 1. Over the four-day Labor Day weekend, Angel grossed an estimated .8 million, a number that is neither high nor low when it comes to grossers over the holiday; it is 25th overall amongst premieres and holdovers. At an estimated .91 million after 10 days, the film remains right on par with Richard Donner’s Conspiracy Theory, which made a little more in its second weekend and finished with million. It looks like Angel will come in a bit under that, but if its eventual international take comes in anywhere close to London’s 3 million, Lionsgate may be the first studio to take a second whack at this franchise.Rotten Returns: Bennett s War Fails to Cut Through(Photo by © ESX Entertainment)Forrest Films released its debut, the motorbike and military drama Bennett’s War, into 970 theaters this weekend. The film about an injured war veteran trying to make a comeback on the motocross circuit has a solid Tomatometer at 60%, but that s with just five reviews. The film grossed just 5,151 over the three-day weekend (Friday to Sunday) for a per-theater-average of 9. That is actually far from the lowest PTA of 2019 – John Travolta’s The Fanatic grossed ,153 in 52 theaters for less than a PTA – but it is the lowest of the year for an original wide release. The 20th anniversary showing of Cruel Intentions averaged 5 in 708 theaters; Keanu Reeves’ sci-fi film, Replicas, released this January, had a ,020 PTA in 2,329 theaters.Just for reference we looked at other August releases over time that opened in between 950 and 999 theaters and picked out a few highlights. In 2013 the Spanish language release, Instructions Not Included, with Eugenio Derbez, grossed .84 million in 978 theaters; in 2006, Idlewild made .74 million in 973 theaters; and in 1998, the Vince Vaughn/Joaquin Phoenix drama Return to Paradise opened to .46 million in 965 theaters.Top 10 and Beyond: Good Boys Continues Good Run, Brittany In a Marathon Race to B.O. Success(Photo by Ed Araquel / © Universal)Running down the rest of this weekend’s moneymakers, Universal should continue to be happy about the performance of Good Boys, which grossed .1 million over the four-day weekend and remains on course to gross around million. Hobbs Shaw has also maintained itself rather well and is headed for somewhere between 5 million and 5 million. The film is also approaching the 0 million mark worldwide, which is down from the previous two Furious movies but sees it outgrossing Fast Five – possibly even Fast Furious 6 – and turning a decent profit.Sony pulled an Endgame and put Spider-Man: Far From Home back into theaters with new footage for one last summer push, possibly in an attempt to push it over the 0 million line. That goal seems unlikely with 5.96 million to date, and it would need another million to pass Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle for Sony’s highest-ever domestic release. That being said, the film is already the highest-grossing worldwide in the studio’s history with .122 billion, which is the 25th highest ever. Disney’s The Lion King is not going to become a top 10 all-time domestic grosser, but it is currently 13th all-time with over 3 million, and is chasing Rogue One (2.1 million) and The Dark Knight (5.2 million) to possibly finish 11th. Worldwide the film can now rest comfortably as the 7th highest-grossing film ever, having pushed past Furious 7 (.515 billion) and Marvel’s The Avengers (.518 billion) this weekend with a global total of .564 billion. Catching Jurassic World for 6th place (.671 billion) is not entirely out of the cards, but The Lion King will need its international fans to keep showing up. Disney owns six of the ten highest-grossing films of all-time.Last week’s two other openers benefited from a lackluster weekend. The faith-based Overcomer earned just shy of million and is currently outpacing both of director Alex Kendrick s other films, Courageous and Fireproof, which finished with .5 and .4 million, respectively. In its 13th day, the Certified Fresh horror-comedy Ready or Not passed million and now resides between the grosses of Mystery Men and Sinister 2, suggesting a final gross in the million range. (Not spectacular but not terrible either on a million budget.) Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, on the other hand, is an unqualified success. The Guillermo del Toro-produced horror tale is very closely on par with the original Blade, which finished with just over million. All horror is going to take a hit next week with the opening of It: Chapter Two, so it may come up a bit short of that but is nevertheless into profit.Sony has the tale of two movies in Once Upon a Time…In Hollywood and The Angry Birds Movie 2. The former has grossed over 0 million and is not far behind the pace of where Robert Zemeckis’ What Lies Beneath was back in 2000, though a total of 0 million may be a reach in the U.S. after dropping out of the top 10 this week. The movie is over 3 million worldwide. As for the Angry Birds sequel, it is relying on its international dollars to save it because it is currently on an Underdog pace domestically – literally on pace with the movie Underdog – to hopefully make million.Finally, we get to some festival films. From Sundance we have this week’s Don’t Let Go (titled Relive at the festival), which made .04 million in its 922 theater launch.(Photo by © Amazon Studios)The most interesting story, though, could be developing under not just our noses, but also Amazon’s. The studio s Brittany Runs a Marathon expanded from five theaters into 49 this weekend; last weekend it made 0,711 and this week it earned 4,000 across the three-day weekend (and an estimated 9,000 for the four-day holiday). Last year’s The Old Man The Gun, with Robert Redford, made the same leap, starting with 2,131 and then climbing up to 3,928 the second week. The Old Man The Gun ended up making .2 million. Anything over .65 million would be Amazon’s second highest-grossing film to date.Maybe they should be looking at what Roadside is achieving with The Peanut Butter Falcon. That film opened in 17 theaters and it grossed 4,793 for the 43rd best per-theater-average of the year. Brittany had the sixth best, then expanded to the same amount of theaters as Falcon in weekend two and outgrossed it 4,000 to 7,212. The Peanut Butter Falcon then expanded into 996 theaters last week and grossed .97 million. It jumped up to 1,249 theaters this weekend and made another .92 million (and an estimated .95 million over the four-day holiday). Its total now stands at .94 million and is the 11th-highest grossing film ever in Roadside’s indie history. The film was not even a high-profile Sundance premiere; it was first shown at SXSW in March.This Time Last Year: Crazy Rich Asians Led Robust Holiday Weekend(Photo by Sanja Bucko/Warner Bros.)Crazy Rich Asians won the box office for a third straight weekend as audiences flocked to their favorites again. That .5 million victory over the four-day holiday put the leader at 7 million as it prepared to eclipse the second-place finisher, The Meg, which was over 3 million. Mission: Impossible – Fallout was third and passed the 0 million mark. The week’s top newbie, Operation Finale, finished fourth with just .87 million and a lackluster six-day total of .61 million since opening on a Wednesday. Bursting into the top 10 was Sundance hit, Searching, which made .61 million in just 1,207 theaters for fifth place. All combined it was the best Labor Day weekend since 2013, as the top 10 grossed .29 million and averaged 68.2% on the Tomatometer. This year’s top 10 grossed an estimated .69 million for just the 16th-highest holiday weekend since 1990 and averaged 68.8% with critics.On the Vine: Nothing Stands In It s WayNormally, the fall movie season begins with a flurry of films clamoring for awards attention, but this year it begins with what promises to be one of the most successful flicks of the year. The nearly three-hour conclusion of Stephen King s story of the evil in Derry, It: Chapter Two, arrives in theaters with the adults now in the room to battle Pennywise. No other wide release even dares to challenge this monster, and why would they? The first film opened to over 3 million and concluded with over 7 million domestic and 0 million worldwide, making it the highest-grossing horror film of all time (in 2017 dollars). Will the 2019 chapter introduce a new champion?The Full Top 10: August 30-September 2Angel Has Fallen (2019) 39% – .8 million (.91 million total)Good Boys (2019) 80% – .1 million (.12 million total)The Lion King (2019) 52% – .32 million (3.55 million total)Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw (2019) 67% .21 million (9.02 million total)Overcomer (2019) 56% – .78 million (.32 million total)Ready or Not (2019) 88% .995 million (.47 million total)Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (2019) 77% – .25 million (.87 million total)Dora and the Lost City of Gold (2019) 85% – .7 million (.16 million total)The Angry Birds Movie 2 (2019) 73% – .6 million (.39 million total)Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019) 90% – .51 million (5.96 million total)
亚博电竞电竞投注平台 Like many who have come before her, director Melina Matsoukas began her career behind the camera in the music world, crafting award-winning videos for the likes of Beyoncé, Ne-Yo, Lady Gaga, and Katy Perry, before she went on to helm episodes of critically acclaimed TV series Insecure and Master of None. It was on the latter that she first worked alongside Lena Waithe, most notably on a pivotal Thanksgiving episode centered on Waithe s character, Denise. The two of them reunite for this week s Queen Slim, Matsoukas feature directorial debut and Waithe s feature writing debut, and critics are calling their new collaboration a success. Daniel Kaluuya and Jodie Turner-Smith star as the titular duo, a young Black couple on a first date who are pulled over by a cop presumably for a routine traffic stop. The situation escalates quickly and erupts into violence, and when the cop ends up dead, Queen and Slim flee the scene and become heralded as a modern-day Bonnie and Clyde when video of the incident goes viral. Critics say Queen Slim is a provocative examination of timely issues that tackles its potentially thorny themes thoughtfully, but also roots them in a gripping drama bolstered by powerful performances from its two leads. It may not necessarily be an ideal post-turkey pick-me-up, but it should be rewarding to viewers willing to engage with it.