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1. 亚博账户
Watch: Director Sam Raimi and stunt coordinator Jeff Habberstad on the making of Spider-Man above.In 2019, Rotten Tomatoes turns 21, and to mark the occasion we’re celebrating the 21 Most Memorable Moments from the movies over the last 21 years. In this special video series, we speak to the actors and filmmakers who made those moments happen, revealing behind-the-scenes details of how they came to be and diving deep into why they’ve stuck with us for so long. Once we’ve announced all 21, it will be up to you, the fans, to vote for which is the most memorable moment of all. In this episode of our ‘21 Most Memorable Moments’ series, director Sam Raimi and stunt coordinator reveal how a cold night in the fake rain on the backlot helped shift the course for the superhero movies forever.VOTE FOR THIS MOMENT IN OUR 21 MOST MEMORABLE MOVIE MOMENTS POLLThe Movie: Spider-Man (2002) 90%It’s unthinkable today, but making a Spider-Man movie in 2002 was a risk. Hollywood had gone cold on the superhero movie following the diminishing returns of the Batman movies, turning its attention to fantasy epics and series instead. Making a superhero movie with a somewhat scrawny, emotionally vulnerable kid at its center? With large portions playing out like a high-school comedy? Directed by the guy who made The Evil Dead? That was almost unthinkable. But Sony’s risk would pay off, with director Sam Raimi’s take on the Peter Parker character and the comic-book movie changing the next two decades of cinema that would follow. Here Raimi recalls how he had to fight passionately to get the job and execute his vision, while stunt coordinator Jeff Habberstad reveals how he helped bring that vision to life.Sam Raimi on set with Tobey Maguire and Kirsten Dunst. (Photo by ©Columbia Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection)“My agent said, ‘OK, you re on the list. You re number 17.’” Sam Raimi: “I had always been a giant fan of Stan Lee s great comic books, Spider-Man chief among them, and I heard that Sony Pictures was going to make a movie of Spider-Man. So, I told my agent at the time I d really like to get a meeting to be considered for the film, and he told me at the time that Sony Pictures wasn t that interested in me as the director. I said, ‘Well, can they at least put me on the list somewhere down the line?’ And he called me back and said, OK, you re on the list. You re number 17.’ I said, ‘What does that mean?’ He said, ‘It means there s 16 directors they d rather meet with before you.’ And I said, ‘Great.’ So, the months went on and I didn t hear any response, and I called the agent. I said, ‘How s it going?’ And he called me back and said, ‘Well, you re number seven.’ I finally worked my way into an actual meeting with them, and they said, ‘Tell us about the movie you wanna make.’ All I did was I told them about my great love for Stan Lee s comic book, Spider-Man, and what it was to me. And for me, it was a great love story with a real human being at center, Peter Parker. Somebody I could really identify with. Somebody who had to do homework. Someone who the girls weren t crazy about. Somebody who was bullied. And, somebody who came from a broken home. And yet, he had to rise up in his off-hours and become this hero to protect the city, and I thought that was so moving. It seemed like they had never heard that version before, which is everything that Stan Lee did in his comics. And they called me up sometime later and said I had the job.”“It just came to everybody s mind in Hollywood that a superhero should be a strong, tall, leading man… like how the great Christopher Reeves played Superman.”Raimi: “Tobey was my first, and really, my only choice for the role. He s very sensitive as a human being, and he s a great actor, and so he understands the inner pain that Peter Parker feels, but knows to keep it hidden, and not to wear his heart on his sleeve. But at the time, Sony Pictures, headed up by Amy Pascal, didn t see why he was the right choice for the role. I think the humanistic superhero hadn t yet really hit the screens yet… It just came to everybody s mind in Hollywood that a superhero should be strong, tall, leading man, have a lot of power or gravitas he should be like how George Clooney played Batman or how the great Christopher Reeves played Superman. I was successful when I finally was able to communicate to Amy over the course of months of writing, working on the scripts with the writers, and doing pre-production, that we re really making the story of a boy who learns responsibility. And I think when she finally understood the character that Stan Lee had created, she realized that Tobey was the right choice, and finally relented and allowed me to cast him. It s very rare for me to have worked with a studio that actually listened [which Sony did], that actually understands that the director has a vision for a project and listens and knows to support that vision. It was a very new experience for me. Especially when it s contrary to their vision.”Raimi fought to cast Maguire as Spider-Man. (Photo by ©Columbia Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection)“We need to put more weight in the landing. We need to really show that the web is taking on the stretch.”Raimi: “I had great graphic images all through my childhood years of how Spider-Man lands, what his pose looks like, how he swings from a web. I d seen all these great artists artistic renderings. The job was not really difficult to come up with a vision, because it existed. It was to bring that vision to the big screen. How would we do that? How would we get actors to move in a way through space that only a comic book artist could depict? It really wasn t realistic. It was fantasy. How could we bring that to life and make it real for the audience? It happens on a painstakingly slow frame-by-frame basis. So, that went on from the first day of drawing storyboard number one with my artists, to the last day of approving a CGI final. And it was all about, ‘He doesn t look real here. We need to put more weight in the landing. We need to really show that the web is taking on the stretch. It doesn t feel like it s affected by his swinging.’ It was all about the details of trying to make it seem like it could really happen, and if we could do that, we didn t even have to count on the spectacle being as high of a bar. Simply making it believable for the audience at the time would ve wowed them. That was my thinking, and so that s what we went for.”“He lands in a real comfortable-looking position for him, but for you and me, there s no way we could get into that position.”Jeff Habberstad: We had several different stunt doubles for Spider-Man. We had two primary ones, Mark Wagner and Chris Daniels. Wagner came from Cirque du Soleil and Chris came from a dancing background, and they were both extremely good acrobats and also extremely flexible. And the flexibility, when you see how Spider-Man looks just when he lands in the bottom of the boxing ring or on the side of a building, he stretches and lands in a real comfortable-looking position for him, but for you and me, there s no way we could get into that position. That s kind of what I saw in the comic books – you see him all curled up like a spider in this beautiful pose that you can t achieve. We definitely tried to achieve that as much as we possibly could.”Habberstad worked with two stuntmen to make the movement seem real and graceful. (Photo by ©Columbia Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection) er of any kind. Follow Jacqueline on Twitter: @THATjacqueline.Mark Ellis is a comedian and contributing editor for Rotten Tomatoes. He currently hosts the Rotten Tomatoes series Versus, among others, and can be seen co-hosting the sports entertainment phenomenon Movie Trivia Schmoedown. His favorite Star Wars movie is Jedi (guess which one!), his favorite person is actually a dog (his beloved stepdaughter Mollie), and – thanks to this podcast – he s about to watch Burlesque for the first time in his life. Follow Mark on Twitter: @markellislive.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
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Amazon Prime Video is restocking big time in the month of June. The latest movies, new Amazon Original series, and other new releases coming to the streaming giant include movies Knives Out, Crawl, and Child s Play, as well as season 1 of Amazon Original series El Presidente and Amazon Original special Gina Brillon: The Floor Is Lava. Read on if you re looking for a worthy binge, starting with a few titles to look out for at the top.HIGHLIGHTS亚博账户除了故事的推进方式像单机游戏外,《另一个伊甸》也不搞手游社交那一套,也没有逼肝的限时活动,也没有玩家强度天梯,玩起来不焦虑,十分“单机”,玩游戏的节奏完全由玩家自己来控制,对于不喜欢社交的“自闭”玩家来说,简直不能更友好了。

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(Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic; 20th Century Fox)Temuera Morrison will return to the Star Wars universe to play Boba Fett in season 2, THR revealed on May 8. Morrison previously appeared as the character s father, Jango Fett, in 2002 film Star Wars: Attack of the Clones. In the original Star Wars trilogy, Jeremy Bulloch portrayed Boba Fett, who tumbled into Jabba the Hutt s Sarlacc pit in 1983 s Return of the Jedi and was presumed dead.It is also possible Morrison will play an older version of Star Wars: The Clone Wars fan favorite Captain Rex. The character is based on the clonetroopers Morrison played in Star Wars: Episode II — Attack of the Clones and Star Wars: Episode III — Revenge of the Sith, but voiced throughout Clone Wars by Dee Bradley Baker.The Mandalorian season 1 teased Boba Fett s return when the character s distinctive set of spurs appeared onscreen in episode 5, The Gunslinger, approaching the seemingly lifeless body of Fennec Shand.(Photo by Phillip Chin/Getty Images)The Terminator’s own Micheal Biehn will also be making a Mandalorian appearance, but his role has been successfully kept under wraps since word first broke of his casting back in March. As Carano told EW, actors were shuttled to sets in black cloaks concealing their characters identities from would-be scoopers. Despite the lack of leaks, Biehn s character is said to be a bounty hunter with ties to Djarin s past. Is it possible he s the member of the Mandalorian Death Watch who saved Djarin during the last days of the Old Republic? It would be a great part for Biehn, particularly if he isn t the sort of Mando who is required to keep his helmet on at all times.(Photo by ©Warner Bros./Courtesy Everett Collection; Jean Baptiste Lacroix/WireImage)Ex-Jedi Ahsoka Tano will make her long awaited live-action debut in season 2. She will be played by Rosario Dawson, a nerd herself with credits in geek-leaning productions like Sin City, Clerks 2, and Netflix’s corner of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.The character (as voiced by Ashley Eckstein) debuted in the animated Star Wars: Clone Wars feature as Anakin Skywalker’s bratty Padawan. But that starting point was part of Clone Wars supervising director Dave Filoni’s master plan for the character. Across the seasons, she grew up learning about the Force and the nature of war. Those experiences led her to leave the Jedi Order.Clone Wars was cut short during Disney’s acquisition of Lucasfilm — although Disney+ eventually commissioned a final season, streaming now — but Filoni soon found a way to add her into the cast of the Star Wars Rebels animated series. Set a number of years after Clone Wars, it revealed a more mature Ahsoka assisting the emerging Rebel Alliance. Her story continued, and even led to a fateful fight with Darth Vader in the season 3 finale. Her survival after that battle was a mystery for the rest of that series’ run until its closing moments. As it turned out, Ahsoka lived into the post-Empire era.Because Filoni always finds a way to include her — and because he was part of The Mandalorian’s development from early on — Ahsoka’s eventual appearance was not entirely unexpected by fans. That it might come so soon (and the casting of Dawson) was more of a surprise — though welcome, to be sure.(Photo by Lucasfilm/Disney+)In the trailer, WWE wrestler Sasha Banks makes a brief appearance as a potential Force-sensitive or Jedi. At least, the juxtaposition of her cameo with Djarin s dialogue about enemy sorcerors indicates she is related to Force users. Her blink-and-you ll miss it moment and disincentive cloak may leave viewers thinking they ve seen Ahsoka, but what it really means for the character s current state is anyone s guess.Ahsoka s apperance also opens the door for other Rebels characters like Sabine (voiced by Tiya Sircar on the animated series) and General Hera Syndulla (voiced by Vanessa Marshall) to appear as well. Granted, Mandalorian creator Jon Favreau made it clear he wanted the first season to feature all-new characters, so it is possible Ahsoka will be the only familiar character we see for now.Then again, Faveau recently said the show has the latitude to be more like Game of Thrones and shift its point of view away from Djarin to other characters. Perhaps there is room enough in The Mandalorian’s region of space for some fan favorites.Alternatively, Carano s own admission that some of the casting rumors are true while others are definitely false will leave us guessing which established character may find a home on the series until the entire season unfolds across the fall and early winter.And then, in the distance, is the possibility of Seasons 3 and 4. The ever-chatty Esposito has made some claims that real info on Gideon will be parsed out during those theoretical seasons. Considering the show’s early success, it seems more than likely The Mandalorian will continue for some time. But without Disney confirming additional seasons, we’ll have to take Esposito’s comments with a grain of salt.Who s Directing?(Photo by Lucasfilm/Disney+)The latest directors revealed themselves on Star Wars Day, May the 4th: Spy Kids filmmaker Robert Rodriguez and Ant-Man’s Peyton Reed confirmed they will be among the directors helming season 2 episodes.With a tweet of himself smiling alongside “the biggest star in the universe,” Rodriguez shared how excited he is to be a part of The Mandalorian’s sophomore season.I am truly humbled to say I have now had the very rare privilege of directing the biggest star in the universe. @StarWars #TheMandalorian #MayThe4th #StarWarsDay pic.twitter.com/pcmzOHfgaW Robert Rodriguez (@Rodriguez) May 5, 2020Reed tweeted a photo of a director s chair with his name on it and The Mandalorian s helmet in the seat, writing simply, #MayThe4thBeWithYou. Favreau, meanwhile, will make his debut as a Mandalorian director with the second season. Though he wrote most of the first season scripts, he was busy with The Lion King during production and handed off the work to Bryce Dallas Howard, Rick Famuyiwa, Deborah Chow, Waititi, and Filoni. Now, with his schedule free, we will get our first glimpse of a Favreau Star Wars film. Weathers will also join the directors circle, as revealed at The Mandalorian premiere event last November. Howard, Famuyiwa, and Filoni also return as episode directors while Chow is off developing the Obi-Wan Kenobi series for Disney+. Additionally, Famuyiwa will also be one of the season’s three writers – the other two being Filoni and executive producer Jon Favreau, who handles most of the scripts himself.What’s It All About?Again, the story could go in just about any direction. But a few things are pretty clear: Gideon will continue his pursuit of The Child while Djarin tries to find some answers to his new ward s mysterious origins and a way to take him home. As seen in the trailer, this means another trip to Tatooine, journeys to planets of snow and water, and at least one close encounter with the New Republic. An additional Special Look trailer released on October 19 added a new wrinkle: Djarin will also be looking for other Mandalorians in the hopes they will guide him on his quest. Weathers has also suggested Karga s attempt at going legit may be laced with some self-interest. Old ways do die hard, after all. Meanwhile, Karga and Dune’s attempts to make Navarro an Imp-free haven will no doubt also get some screentime.With the addition of Ahsoka, though, an additional story may arise: the story teased in the final moments of Rebels. During that series’ climatic battle, main character Ezra Bridger (voiced by Taylor Gray) disappeared alongside Imperial Grand Admiral Thrawn (Lars Mikkelsen). In the series closing scene, set years after that battle and sometime after Return of the Jedi, Ahsoka and Sabine agree that they have to bring Ezra home.Of course, this is still The Mandalorian, so it may not get to this story this year or at all. But introducing a live-action Ahsoka suggests the story will eventually be told in the live-action, Disney+ format. And, to be honest, we’re more excited to see that than an Obi-Wan Kenobi series.Not that we’re not excited about the Obi-Wan series as well. We want all the Star Wars.(Photo by Lucasfilm/Disney+)If Ahsoka’s role in The Mandalorian is more contained, it may see Djarin finding her to answer some questions about The Child. And considering the Mandalorians’ dislike of space wizards, she is, oddly enough, the most approachable Force-sensitive available.Also, we’ll go out on a limb and suggest the season will be a little more plot driven than season 1. Just by virtue of having established storylines now, the series will start to feel more serialized than the initial 8 episodes. The second season will also be eight episodes, with Favreau suggesting they will once again vary in length. Although, this time, that variance may be more than just a few minutes. That works for us as we re far from tired of The Mandalorian’s vision of the Star Wars galaxy — we ll take any extra minute we can get with it.When Is It Streaming?(Photo by Disney+)October 30, 2020! Disney+ announced the season 2 premiere date on social media.

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Fresh news, everyone: A very Rotten book is on the way.We re super excited to announce that this October we will release our first ever book, Rotten Movies We Love. The book, published by Running Press, will feature 101 movies with Rotten Tomatometer scores that we love regardless. (Because we – just like you – still can t believe Step Brothers is Rotten.)We go to bat for the splat-worthy movies in Rotten Movies We Love for a variety of reasons. The movies might be:Audience favorites that bombed with critics – like Space Jam and Bad BoysSci-fi curiosities so bad they re awesome – like Masters of the Universe and ZardozCult classics the critics didn t see coming – like The Last Dragon, The Craft, and MacGruberUnderrated gems that have aged very well – like Jennifer s Body, Event Horizon, and The Cable GuySequels worth a second look – like Rocky IV, Return to Oz, and Home Alone 2The majority of films have been chosen by the editors of Rotten Tomatoes, but the book also features essays from some great Tomatometer-approved critics whose work we ve long admired, including Leonard Maltin, Empire magazine editor-in-chief Terri White, Vanity Fair writer K. Austin Collins, Monica Castillo, and many more.The book is available from October 8, 2019, and you can find out more info and preorder it here.Think you know which lovable Rotten movies are going to be featured in the book? Let us know in the comments below.

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5.42.1 7月喜迎Experiencing the first few glimpses of the upcoming Disney+ series The Mandalorian was an overwhelming experience for fans at Star Wars Celebration Chicago on Sunday. But it also proved their faith in series creator Jon Favreau and the contributions of Star Wars Rebels creator Dave Filoni was rewarded. And as both reiterated throughout the presentation, they are both giant fans of Star Wars.“I was born in 1975, so I’m a product of this,” added star Pedro Pascal, who recalled meeting with Favreau and Filoni before he was cast. Describing a room filled with storyboards and illustrations of the proposed series, he said his immediate reaction was “What do you want me to do? Play that bug or that robot?” only to be overwhelmed when they said they wanted him to play the Mandalorian. Pascal mimed fainting to describe the sensation of being offered the lead role.But that was just one of the surprises unveiled during the presentation, complete with a Mandalorian sizzle reel exclusive for those inside the Celebration Stage in Chicago. Luckily, we were there and can offer you some of the things we learned about the show.1. Pascal Is the Mandalorian With No Name(Photo by Lucasfilm)Filoni and Favreau are fans of Star Wars, but they’re also found of the series antecedents in Western movies and samurai films. Maintaining a tradition from those genres, Pascal’s Mandalorian has no name. It is unclear if his identity will be revealed later, but Filoni, Favreau, and Pascal referred to him only as “The Mandalorian.” He’s a mysterious, lone gunfighter in the outer reaches of the galaxy,” Pascal explained. “Some would say he has questionable moral character.”In one of the exclusive clips shown, the Mandalorian takes a meeting with Greef Carga (Carl Weathers), the leader of a bounty hunters guild in that section of space. During the meeting, the Mandalorian tries to take all of the bounties Carga has on offer, which the guild leader finds excessive. But it echoes back to the gunslingers from the Westerns Pascal said Favreau assigned him to watch as part of the preparation for the series.“He’s a badass,” Pascal added. “[Jon and Dave] have created an incredible, iconic character.”In an extended clip shown only at the Celebration Stage, fans heard the Mandalorian speak for the first time. In a detail which will thrill long-time fans, his cadence matches the one Boba Fett spoke with back in The Star Wars Holiday Special and the original versions of The Empire Strikes Back and The Return of the Jedi. Of course, that cadence is inspired from another iconic film persona. “He’s got a lot of Clint Eastwood in him,” Pascal said.2. Carl Weathers Plays a Bounty Hunter Guild Leader(Photo by Lucasfilm)For an added surprise, Favreau revealed Weathers’ involvement in the series and introduced him to the stage. After a spontaneous outpouring of love from the crowd — who started cheering for the Apollo Creed actor by that character’s name — Weather’s found himself overwhelmed.“Nothing comes close to this,” he said after the roar died down.Weather’s Greef Carga is “looking for someone to bring back a product for a client which is very valuable,” Weathers explained. “He finds the Mandalorian, and that guy gets done what needs to be done.”In the clip, Carga refers the Mandalorian to a “sensitive client” who demands face-to-face contact with the bounty hunter. Despite the tense situation, their interaction seemed friendly enough. Or at least as friendly as one can be when talking to a masked man with no name.3. Werner Herzog and Giancarlo Esposito Are Imperials(Photo by Lucasfilm)The client turns out to be the character played by Werner Herzog. The legendary director, who recently turned to acting in things like The Mandalorian, recently said he plays a “small part” as a villain, but in the clip, it turns out he represents a faction of the deposed Empire.“It was really compelling to me what happens after the celebration of the Empire falling,” Favreau explained before the clip. “The revolution was successful, but then what happens?”As it turns out, the answer is at least partially inspired from the Expanded Universe interpretation of the post-Empire era. Factions known as the Imperial Remnant continue to flex their might in sectors not as tied to the Rebellion or the emerging New Republic. In the clip, the Mandalorian finds Herzog’s character guarded by stormtroopers. The gleam may be off their white armor, but they still appear battle ready when another Imperial agent (played by Omid Abtahi) enters the room. Guns are drawn, but Herzog defused the situation.He also offers the Mandalorian a few details about his quarry; offering him a locator and the last four digits of the bounty’s gene marker. The preference is to bring the bounty in alive, but Herzog tells the Mandalorian he will accept proof of the mark’s death for a reduced fee. The other Imperial is not impressed by this change in their plan.In the subsequent sizzle reel, Herzog can be heard asking “are things better since the revolution?” Amid scenes of violence and fire (all narrated by Herzog stating his belief in the Empire),  Giancarlo Esposito’s character appears. While also unnamed, his uniform also identifies him as part of the Imperial Remnant. He orders a stormtrooper to ignite his flamethrower and flush out someone from a dwelling. A subsequent shot also reveals Esposito in a TIE fighter.4. The Show Will Feel Gritty(Photo by Lucasfilm) While Favreau and Filoni kept name-checking the campy Holiday Special as an inspiration — indeed, the Mandalorian s rifle is a direct lift from the Special s Boba Fett cartoon — Filoni mentioned the show will have a gritty feel to it. This came through in the sizzle reel, which included dusty village streets, old stations covered in snow, and plenty of run-down technology abandoned and weathering.The overall look evokes the original Star Wars — right down to one shot which may or may not be the original film’s Mos Eisley cantina — which was very much the thing Favreau said he wanted to accomplish with The Mandalorian. But he added that Filoni is making him more of a fan of the Prequel aesthetic as well.5. Gina Carrano Plays Ex-Rebel Shock Trooper Cara Doone(Photo by Lucasfilm)The sizzle reel also offered the first clear look at Gina Carano’s Cara Dune.“She’s an ex-Rebel shock trooper,” Carano explained. “[She’s] a bit of a loner — which is a stretch — and [she] is having a bit of trouble reintegrating into society.”In the preview, the Mandalorian spots her in a cantina, much to his displeasure. The two end up fighting in an alley and eventually draw blasters on one another. It is unclear if this is the beginning of a partnership or a rivalry, but her Mando-inspired shoulder guards suggest there may be some sort of bond.Well, provided the Mandalorian really is what he claims. In his scene, Herzog s character infers the person under than armor may not be a true Mandalorian.6. The Mandalorian’s Ship, the Razorcrest, Is a Practical Effect(Photo by Lucasfilm)Glimpsed briefly in the clip shown early in the presentation, Favreau offered a few details about the Mandalorian’s ship, the Razorcrest. Details he said “most people won’t even know, but we knew you’d appreciate it.”The twin-engine ship will be the title character’s key vehicle, but making it was a labor of love between Favreau, Filoni, and the group at ILM when the executive producer made one request: “Can we shoot a model?”Stymied in using old-school techniques on movies like Iron Man, he was thrilled when Lucasfilm let it happen and the ILM crew became obsessed with creating the ship as a miniature. Parts were kit-bashed from other model kits, just as they did back in the 1970s, while other elements used cutting edge techniques and 3D printing. Members of the ILM team manufactures long-retired motion-control camera rigs in their garages while higher-ups like John Knoll sat in on planning meetings to bring the Razor Crest to life.That dedication to detail was one of the key things Favreau wanted to pull off with The Mandalorian. On screen, it means little throwbacks to the film series. In the extended clip, a food vendor can be seen roasting Kowakian monkey-lizard — Salacious Crumb’s species — and in the sizzle reel, a droid who may or may not be legendary bounty hunter IG-88 gets in on the action as he swivels his torso to take on attackers in a 360-degree arc of fire. Additionally, plenty of familiar aliens are realized with creature effect make-up. There s even a gonk droid hanging out with the Imperials.“We used a lot of tech from Iron Man, The Jungle Book, and even The Lion King,” Favreau said. “But Star Wars, at its core, has to feel handmade. So there are animatronics and puppetry.”“All that passion trickled down,” Carano added. “Jon would well up with tears explaining how much a scene meant [to him], and you felt like you were part of something special. Everybody in every department would be there for 17-hour days. And you wanted to be there because it was worth it. It had this magic. I always want to work with is people passionate about what they’re doing.”That sense of passion was clear from the material Favreau brought to stage. With the film series taking a pause after Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, The Mandalorian will be the key live-action Star Wars product and it looks like it will be a worthy torchbearer.The Mandalorian will launch on Disney+ on November 12, 2019.
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(Photo by Courtesy of A24)When Rotten Tomatoes spoke with Sterling K. Brown recently, the Emmy-winning actor s latest project Frozen II had just opened to record numbers at the box office. When we congratulated him on the success, Brown laughed and told us, Thank you very much, man I think it was all because of me! The brag was in jest – Brown s relatively minor role as Lieutenant Mattias probably isn t the reason Frozen II is going to clear billion worldwide – but we d have forgiven him if it wasn t. The This Is Us star has plenty of reasons to boast right now: The NBC series in which he plays Randall Pearson is still one of the best-rating dramas on television; he will feature in the third season of Amazon Prime Video s The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel this December; and his production company, Indian Meadows, is developing a slew of projects, including action flick Shadow Force, in which Brown co-stars with Kerry Washington.Then there s Waves, writer-director Trey Edward Shults s acclaimed follow-up to It Comes At Night. The role of Ronald is a swing against type for Brown: the tough, uncompromising patriarch of a middle-class African American family that s upended by a tragedy. We see him pushing his high school star-wrestler son Tyler (Kelvin Harrison Jr.) to breaking point, training side-by-side with him in the family gym, equal parts motivator, tormenter, and competitor; and we see him struggling to connect with the women in the family, his daughter Emily (Taylor Russell) and wife Catharine (Renée Elise Goldsberry). As the film expands into more theaters, we asked Brown what draws him to father roles, what he learned from his young co-stars, and how he pays tribute to his own dad on screen.The following interview contains minor spoilers for Waves.Joel Meares for Rotten Tomatoes: Ronald, your character in Waves, is the latest in a line of quite different fathers that you’ve played in recent years, from N Jobu in Black Panther to Randall in This Is Us. Is there something that s drawing you to father characters at the moment?Sterling K. Brown: Well, yes and no. First of all, I m just interested in good characters. But I will say that dads in particular, as I enter into my early-to-mid–forties, I have a particularly strong calling in my life in that my dad was 45 when he passed away, and I m 43-years-old right now. I just feel his presence in and around my life very strongly. And I think things happen for a reason. These roles have sort of come at this particular time in my life because I think – I don t know – the universe sees that I m particularly accessible to them. And it s sort of my way of paying homage to a man who instilled in me, with only 10 years, a lifetime full of love. So wherever he s watching, I hope that he s enjoying the multiple depictions, some of which are akin to him, most of which are only glancing. But he was a lovely man, and I think, yeah, that s part of the reason why these dads are so present right now.(Photo by Courtesy of A24)Is there anything in the Ronald character that particularly connects with your father or the way that you are as a father yourself?Brown: I would say no. My dad was a very sensitive soul the whole time that he was in my life. He wasn t a practitioner of tough love; as a matter of fact, the opposite. My mom would often say that my dad spoiled me, and then when he passed away, it was her job to try to make sure that I was unspoiled. He would just lavish me with hugs and kisses, and, like, we kissed on the lips. And he was a really beautiful man in that way where there were no issues with how masculinity was supposed to be expressed. He just expressed his love as purely as he wanted to, and it was received in kind.I would say that Ronald is more akin to an uncle of mine, who was a military man who could be very severe and austere with his children. And his children had a really complicated relationship with him. Everything that he did was from a place of love, wanting to see his children excel to be excellent, but he could often take the air out of the room and leave things feeling kind of chilly. It was interesting for me to step into the shoes of Ronald because I was able to find a greater deal of understanding for him than I probably had for him when he was alive. And to recognize that for Ronald in particular, when you lose a member of your family – like the way Ronald lost his wife early on and was left to parent these two children by himself for a period of time before Catharine came into his life – you recognize just how precious and how fragile family can be, and it makes you hold on that much tighter.Unfortunately for him, that grasp can also feel somewhat suffocating to the person who is the receiver of that grasp, and you have to make sure that you leave room for your children to be able to have a real dialogue with you. So that every conversation is not just you telling them what to do, telling them how thankful they should be, telling them what their journey through life is supposed to be. If you can t also hear from them what they re actually going through, then when the rubber hits the road, s t hits the fan, when it all starts to go south, how can you trust that they re going to be comfortable sharing the bad stuff with you?(Photo by Courtesy of A24)Those communication lines are explored in a particularly beautiful scene late in the film, where Ronald is talking by the water with his daughter Emily. What struck me is that this isn’t just a scene about a dad finally listening to his kid, which we’ve seen a lot of, but admitting that because he never opened up a dialogue, he’s lonely – he says he has no one to talk about the tragedy that hit the family. It’s heartbreaking to see the position his stoicism has put him in.  Brown: Yeah, it is, man. And like in most cases, necessity is the mother of invention. He, his daughter, his wife, find themselves dealing with this crisis, losing their son; maybe not to a physical death but to a life of imprisonment, and it’s sent them all reeling. And the only person who he can truly talk to, who will talk to him, right now, who understands what they re going through, is his daughter. As much as it is about him wanting his daughter to share herself with him, he also feels the need to share himself with someone. Somebody was saying to me earlier today, Yeah, he s able to show weakness. And I try not to put that word on it, because I feel like there s a certain judgment with “weakness,” but sharing his vulnerability is what he s able to do, and there is strength in vulnerability. Being a man doesn t negate the ability to be vulnerable. It doesn t mean that you are being weak. It just means that you re being open if you want people to be open with you.Taylor Russell is incredible in that scene – and she’s just been nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for Waves. And Kelvin was nominated, too, for Luce. I’m sure the two took a lot away from working with you, but I’m wondering what you took away from working with these talented young actors.Brown: I think I probably got more from them than they did from me. Kel has a certain fearlessness, even in his taking the project on. I don t know if, 18 years ago, I would ve had the same level of confidence to know that I could step into this role, play it authentically, and not be villainized in the process – not be adding a negative portrayal of young African American males to an already fraught environment in which people are looking to us as being less than, to be demonized, et cetera. I ve heard him speak about this, and he says, Well, I know that I m a good person, and I know that this is being played by me. So even when he does something wrong, I believe that people will be able to see the goodness in me.” Anytime I feel like I should shy away from something because I m worried about a negative depiction, I will come back to my conversations with Kelvin and his stepping into Tyler as an example of, like, maybe not so fast. There s potential for something beautiful in the damage to this human being.And I think from Taylor, I really applaud how she was not afraid to be small. What I mean is that, like, she gave herself a wonderful trajectory of blossoming into somewhat of the savior of this family, right? Someone who was able to save themselves and save her family. She was so quiet and so tiny, but once love came into her life, once she started to explore her own feelings of her relationship with her brother, she took up more and more space. I think it takes a great level of confidence as a performer to start in such a tiny way, but to give yourself a place to go to. I think it s a really wonderful arc that she helped create with Trey for her character in the film.Trey had a very specific vision for this film. You’ve spoken about the script having embedded audio cues, and there are color schemes for different sections of the film. What was it like working with a director who had what seems to be a very specific aesthetic and audio-visual experience in mind?Brown: You would think that someone who is as specific as Trey is, who had the aspect ratios crafted and the shifting ratios throughout the course of the film, you would think that they would be somewhat of a taskmaster. Where it s like, “No, it s got to be like this. It s got to look like this,” blah blah blah blah blah. But he gave little to no direction on set. One, I think he trusted his casting and the people he chose to inhabit these roles. And then two, I don t think filmmaking for him is so much of crafting performance. It s more about standing out of the way of your actors and giving them the space to own the characters for themselves. So he would just let the camera roll.It was a lot of scenes played in one [shot]. The scene between Catharine and Ronald in the bedroom is one shot, with the camera floating between the two of them, and he probably shot it three times and he s like, “I got it.” And Renée and I looked at each other, like, “You sure, man?” He s like, “Yeah, yeah, moving on.” We re like, “OK.” It’s almost like you forget that the camera s even in the room. It becomes a fly on the wall, and it s just capturing this slice of life. I think the beauty of his filmmaking is that he has implicit trust in his performers, and that the camera s going to capture what he needs in order to tell his story.(Photo by Monica Lek, Courtesy of A24)You shot this film by flying red eyes down to Florida, while shooting This Is Us, and you did Frozen and many other projects while doing TV, too. At this point in your career, are you just like, “I m taking all of these opportunities and I m not resting on the series.” What s driving you right now?Brown: I think that s part of it. I think that 10, 12 years ago or what have you, if you became known for a popular television series or whatnot, then most people only wanted to see you play that character. It could become something that you become known as Randall. And the idea of being able to do anything outside of Randall was nothing anybody wanted to see. And so while I m able to take advantage of opportunities to show a diversity of character, it s always much more pleasing to be recognized for a body of work than it is for one character. Because number one, I am not the character. I mean, the character comes from me, but he s not the totality of me. And so while I can, while opportunities are being presented that are diverse and that show different aspects of my personality, I want to be able to step into them so that people see me as an actor and not as one particular character.I want to finish with a Rotten Tomatoes-specific question. You were in a movie that this year became the number one video game adaptation of all time, according to the Tomatometer. Angry Birds 2 actually knocked off previous number one, Ryan Reynolds in Detective Pikachu…Brown: Nice, nice!And number two was Dwayne Johnson in Rampage. So, just wondering if you have any words for the guys you knocked down the list? Brown: Eat it! Eat my shorts, man! [Laughing] Freaking Pikachu and that monkey can both eat it. No, just kidding. Listen. That s an interesting way to be in the same company as The Rock and frigging Deadpool, but if I can beat them in any way, I ll start there and see what else. Maybe one day me and The Rock will have an arm-wrestling competition and I can do something.Well if he s seen Waves, he might be worried.Brown: He might. He might be, yeah. I m coming for you, Dwayne.

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Ghcxuf Before he won an Academy Award with Parasite, director Bong Joon-ho made the politically-charged sci-fi thriller Snowpiercer, which followed a non-stop bullet train filled with the last remnants of humanity as the rest of the planet got turned into an uninhabitable icy wasteland. The result was a widely celebrated film starring Chris Evans, so it s not surprising that we d get a TV adaptation.The first season of TNT s version of Snowpiercer adds a murder mystery on top of the sci-fi tale of class warfare from the movie and the graphic novels by Jacques Lob and Jean-Marc Rochette. The show takes place seven years after the world became a frozen wasteland and the perpetually moving train started going around the globe with the last 3,000 survivors aboard. Andre Layton (Daveed Diggs) is the world s last homicide detective, the de facto leader of the low-class tail-section of the train and the person tasked with solving a murder so the people at the front of the train can keep him in check before he goes and starts a revolution. The person that hires him? Melanie Cavill (Jennifer Connelly), the voice of the train and the right-hand woman of the train s builder, the mysterious Mr. Wilford.Does the series live up to the original movie? Here’s what critics are saying about Snowpiercer season 1:JENNIFER CONNELLY SHINES AS A COMPLICATED FIGURE(Photo by TNT)Playing someone more human than Tilda Swinton did in the film, Connelly nicely juggles Melanie’s icy, passengers-facing facade with the MIT and Yale grad’s warmer private life.– Matt Webb Mitovich, TV LineAs the co-lead, Connelly s Melanie is compelling in a way that is subtly genius, and will probably provoke discourse and political parallels as audiences watch the series. While her character could easily serve as a sort of patron saint for white feminism, her nuances and flaws are peeled back in a fascinating way as the season goes along.– Jenna Anderson, ComicBook.comThe Academy Award winner for A Beautiful Mind is magnificent playing this many-faceted woman. She can be warm and welcoming, commanding and authoritarian or simply menacing in a matter of instants. It s a role that proves, once again, that TV tends to reward established actresses with opportunities hardly found in movies.– Patricia Puentes, CNETTHERE S A MURDER-MYSTERY PLOT, AND IT S KINDA DULL(Photo by Justina Mintz/TNT)Snowpiercer the TV show is a murder mystery — and not an intriguing one by any means — for a large part of its first season, with revolution on the back burner until Layton can figure out who s trying out for an arc on Criminal Minds by hacking people to pieces.– Tim Surette, TV GuideThough Season 1 does revolve around the same tail section rebellion as the film, it takes a half-season detour when Layton, a former homicide detective, gets escorted up-train to solve a grisly execution. For about four episodes, “Snowpiercer” veers way too close to becoming a TNT police procedural, a la “Murder on the Polar Express.”– Ben Travers, IndieWireIt takes the same core concept and expands on it, replacing inexplicable mystery with dull exposition. Some of that was probably necessary in order to sustain an ongoing series, but it misses the point of adapting such strange, singular source material.– Josh Bell, CBREVERYTHING LOOKS MORE SPACIOUS IN THE SERIES(Photo by Justina Mintz/TNT)Snowpiercer definitely captures the aesthetic established in the film, albeit in a largely less-surreal way. The set designs and costumes are an authentic blend of grounded and avant-garde, again contributing to the feeling that the train is truly lived-in. The cinematography also actively helps the series feel less claustrophobic than it could be, which is a blessing for those who are hoping to spend 10 hours with the series.– Jenna Anderson, ComicBook.comAs episodes further explore the train, giant stages, generous lighting, and plenty of wide shots give the impression of more room than there could possibly be, while illustrating admirable production design, vivid costuming, and skillful world-building of its own. This isn’t Bong’s “Snowpiercer,” it’s TNT’s.– Ben Travers, IndieWireVisually, TV’s Snowpiercer is not as claustrophobic as the big-screen version; the individual sets all seem to be as narrow or spacious as they need to be, though always within a certain amount of reason (especially if you are able to buy into the notion of a 1,001-car train).– Matt Webb Mitovich, TV LineTHERE IS PLENTY OF BLOODY ACTION(Photo by Justina Mintz/TNT)The action scenes are efficiently staged, if a little jarring as they are dropped in. There are violent riots, battles between the rebels and the security force, and a stunt in which an unlikely crew member makes a repair while hanging upside down under the train in protective gear that looks like a space suit.– Caryn James, BBCWhat will really keep the audience returning to Snowpiercer week after week are the widely varied action sequences, which will either glue the viewers to the edge of their seats or have them leaping up and shouting at their televisions as the tensions mount.– Michael Ahr, Den of GeekUNLIKE THE MOVIE, IT S WEIRDLY OPTIMISTIC(Photo by Justina Mintz/TNT)In direct opposition to the film, the show Snowpiercer tries to make humanity thrive on one narrow, icy railroad, hurtling toward the future.– Sonia Saraiya, Vanity FairIt bakes in a very earnest sense of hope and optimism. It s clear that many within Snowpiercer are mourning the world that no longer exists, while also hoping that their new normal can be rebuilt into something greater and ideologically better.– Jenna Anderson, ComicBook.comWILL IT PLEASE FANS OF BONG S FILM?(Photo by Radius-TWC)It s a clearly inferior version of something that was already great and never needed to be revisited again. But even without taking the film s existence into consideration, it lacks a certain edge that s needed to stand out.– Tim Surette, TV GuideIf the movie ever left you wanting to dive deeper into the various train sections, or learn more about the how of sustaining a society aboard a perpetually moving vehicle, the series (which is already renewed for Season 2) promises to answer such questions.– Matt Webb Mitovich, TVLineIt doesn’t stay with you the way that Bong’s Snowpiercer did, but where the film was so eager to tear through the train to root out the truth, the show savors the details of life onboard, dissecting personal compromises and minor rebellions.– Sonia Saraiya, Vanity Fair 😈😈

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亚博账户 (Photo by © United Artists)Back around 21 B.C., someone took some clay and fur and molded it into their image – presumably to either play with or to transfer their soul into, or both. Our fascination with dolls continued (who doesn’t love a mini-me?), and about 2,000 years later, we got Child’s Play, featuring a killer doll named Chucky who terrorized anyone foolish enough to get near him.Since the film s release 30 years ago – it hit theaters November 9, 1988 – Chucky has made it into the Horror Hall of Fame with seven films, beaten only by supreme baddies like Jason (Friday the 13th), Michael Myers (Halloween), John Kramer (Saw), and Freddy (A Nightmare on Elm Street). On the 30th anniversary of the first films’ release, it makes sense to dive into why the plastic psycho endures longer than most monsters.CHUCKY IS THE MOST WELL-ROUNDED SLASHER(Photo by Rogue Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)While other slasher favorites have noteworthy moments of backstory we’ve learned about in their franchises – Freddy was burned alive by angry parents, Jason has mommy issues and experienced bullying, and Michael Myers escaped an institution – none of the classic slashers have experiences during the films that change them and make them more than just a killer. The only villain that comes remotely close is John Kramer of the Jigsaw films. In a quasi-twist (one of many in the Saw series), Kramer, after having survived cancer and his wife’s miscarriage and death, chose to give people a chance to be grateful for their lives by putting them in his tricky traps. And yet he never changes his staunch principles. Somehow, though, the hollow plastic doll at the center of the Child s Play films manages to keep piling life experiences on top of his urge to kill – and we see him grow and change during his series, even if he never loses his taste for blood.HE IS ONE OF THE ONLY HORROR MOVIE KILLERS WHO IS SPOKEN FOR(Photo by MCA Universal courtesy Everett Collection)In Bride of Chucky, we got more of Ray’s story before that fateful night in the toy store. It turns out, he had the kind of girlfriend named Tiffany (Jennifer Tilly) who was fine with dating a serial killer. Just before he tangled with Detective Mike Norris in the first film, he had left out a diamond ring on the kitchen table, and Tiffany mistakenly thought it was an engagement ring. Even though she came to find out it was just stolen loot from one of his victims, she stays with Chucky, and over the course of Bride, they both accept each other as their far-from-perfect partners (he even eventually proposes in awe after she brutally murders a couple of con artists). Through the ups and downs of subsequent films, they remain together. Awww.HE HAS A CHILD, AND BEING A DAD ALLOWS HIM TO GROWWhile Seed of Chucky is arguably the biggest departure of the franchise – it veers far away from horror and into absurdist comedy – the fact remains that Chucky’s child Glen expanded his horizons as a person…er, person in a doll. After proving his parentage with Chucky’s same “Made in Japan” imprint, Glen shares his insecurities about murdering people, and eventually reveals his other personality, Glenda. While Chucky never gets to the warm fuzzy kind of parenting with Glen and Glenda, he does realize that his life is forever changed and much different from where he was in the first Child’s Play film. This kind of self-realization by the villain is unparalleled in the world of horror franchises. And it wears overalls.HE STAYS UP TO DATE WITH TECHNOLOGYSome killers, like Jason, enjoy offing girls running around in white button-down shirts and that’s about the scope of it. Chucky loves living that same glamorous homicidal lifestyle, but he has an additional supernatural motivation: transferring his soul into another body. He s a doll with goals. That stopped being interesting in Child’s Play 2, but after shoe-horning it into the other movies, both the series and the doll evolved in Cult of Chucky, where he found a new spell on the internet that allowed him to finally dole out his soul to several bodies at once. This qualifies as a Horror Homo-Habilis moment, where an established villain employed the use of tools to progress their franchise. Sure, Freddy has varied torture methods from dream to dream, but he’s always using that glove. This particular point bodes well for the future of subsequent Chucky stories, since his interactions with the world around him – and its new technologies – mean that this series could continue on well past his contemporaries. Here s to hoping.

大家都知道大IP改的手游很多时候都是流水线换皮,但是如果刚开服一周不到就取消渠道服的话,还是很严重的,渠道服的玩家也不在少数,取消的话必然会引起大家的逆反。 ven sort of hesitate to use the word “bad” ― you make choices that aren t necessarily going to provide you with a lifelong relationship.But I do think they have an immediate connection with each other, and that happens in life, too, and for me, the priest is flawed and he definitely is very conflicted, and I believe he is also very much in love.Sometimes people of the church are depicted as asexual or that they re not interested in or have no thoughts or feelings of intimacy regarding sex, and that just can t be true, because that s not true for any human. We all have a relationship with sex. And love. Even if you re asexual, you still have a sort of attitude towards it. I think that s a very interesting thing from my perspective about what actually do you do? What do you do with your sexuality?(Photo by Steve Schofield/Amazon Prime)Scott (cont.): I think sometimes in drama, we re told what we re supposed to feel because we make these sort of cartoonish characters, and I think the reason that Fleabag is unique, is that we don t. Sometimes they do things that are cruel and selfish, and sometimes they re very vulnerable, and sometimes powerful. And sometimes they re abusive and sometimes they re incredibly loving and kind. And that suggestion is in us all.I think it s a sort of lack of judgment and the fact that we can do that through comedy makes it special.The Priest is obviously so conflicted, and he has a problem with alcohol. Was that built in before he met her, or is that something he recently adopted?Scott: His relationship with alcohol is not healthy. It was sort of important not to overstate that in a sense ―let the audience do some work ― but I definitely think he has a longstanding unhealthy relationship with alcohol, like a lot of people.(Photo by Steve Schofield/Amazon Prime)I m going to be careful about spoilers, because the relationship is built on these very special moments, but the first fox talk,” I think, might also be the first time he asked her, “Where d you go?” when she breaks the fourth wall and looks at the audience. Did you guys talk about what her behavior in that moment would look like to him?Scott: The most important thing was, it s a deep connection. I think it shows how connected he is to her. I think they re both quite solitary characters, and Fleabag s friend is the audience and the relationship with the audience is sometimes helpful and sometimes destructive, and sometimes a way of just avoiding a life and relieving power. And the fact that he s able to see that, and solely him — he s the only character who can see that — speaks to me, not just as sort of exciting television or kind of convention, but just the idea that he, he sees her, he sees all of her, and he wants it from when they first spoke, he wants to talk about this extraordinary love. For my money, I feel like, they almost love each other right from the get go. I think they are definitely intrigued by each other and that sort of deepens, and I think they don t really know what it is. Like a lot of us when we first meet somebody that you connect to and you think, Well, is it love, or is it insanity?The café scene is also a very special moment. It was so real and very intense. First, does he see her behavior as mental illness? And is that tension built into the writing or is it something that gets fleshed out when you re working the scene?Scott: It s built to a certain degree into the writing. Phoebe and I have got a great chemistry going, and so I think we just sort of saw what happens on that day. Phoebe s very playful in that sense, in the relationship  At the beginning and certainly in that scene, it really genuinely is what it is Where are you going?  I don t think he knows, but it s like What is it that you re doing? And I think we can all sort of relate to that to a certain degree. When people are, to a certain degree are unknowable, and you go, “What is that thing? What is that look on your face?”Because the idea of playing with the format of breaking fourth wall is so exciting — I find it really exciting that that s developed in the second series There s a sort of metaphysical sort of vibe in the second series of pictures falling off walls and foxes following you at night   A little bit like love, it s completely unknowable if you re serious, and so it s hard to answer those questions. And the only thing we really do is to dramatize the question, rather than try to nail them down too much, because that then it becomes less interesting drama.(Photo by Steve Schofield/Amazon Prime)Speaking of the storytelling, the fox detail of the story is the kind of quirky detail that you don t see very often in film and in television. What are your thoughts on the writing for this series?Scott: I think the writing is extraordinary. I think somebody s hair looking amazing the day of their mum s funeral, or somebody wearing really tight jeans to the funeral, or a fox trying to break into a toilet, and you know, partnered with scenes about death and loss and pain, I think it s just so extraordinary, that she writes with such flair and such imagination and boldness, that s really a thing that I want to watch on TV. And to be part of it is really exciting ― it s original and audacious storytelling. And that has to start with the writing, and I think she s not afraid of the grand gesture and to push the boundaries of how we tell our stories. And I think that s why people really respond to her work, because, juxtaposed to that, is a great sense of humanity, fun, and a kind of kindness. I m truly in awe of her imagination, really.Fleabag season 2 is now streaming on on Amazon Prime.

2022-01-27
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