大家一定玩过一些具有开放世界的手游玩法，其实这些游戏大多数都是属于沙盒玩法，最常见的沙盒玩法有生存玩法，建造玩法，冒险玩法，这些玩法都是建立在一个自由开放的世界中进行的，无论是哪种玩法，玩家都可以感受到无穷的新鲜感，今天就给大家推荐10款拥有开放世界的沙盒手游。 Best Spanish-Language Horror Movies Ranked by TomatometerHot off our guide to the 110 Essential Spanish-Language Movies, we re galloping into the night for all things spooky en Español! Here you ll find only the Freshest scary selections from Mexico (Cronos), Spain (The Orphanage), Uruguay (The Silent House), Chile (The Wolf House), and Argentina (Cold Sweat). Inside each film, an underworld teeming with our favorite monsters. Zombies in [rec]! Mad scientists in The Skin I Live In! Vampires in Dracula! (Yep, there was another version to the Universal classic.) Creepy kids in The Orphanage! And In the Devil s Backbone, maybe something beyond We gathered virtually every Spanish-language horror movie we could find, separating the Fresh and Certified Fresh, but also including the Rotten because, hey, that s part of the fun with scary flicks! If you re wondering about the decided lack of chucapbras and La Llarona on this list, it s because there hasn t been a critically-noted movie made yet. Though KM 31 comes closest with its take on Mexican folklore.And most recently we ve added the Certified Fresh films La Llarona and The Platform. See where they place with our guide of the Best Spanish-Language Horror Movies by Tomatometer!
(Photo by Else Films)Horror films thrive on their aura of danger, and whether you’re in a darkened theater surrounded by strangers or in your basement rec room with all the lights turned off, the experience can be heightened by the mere suggestion that something might be “off” about the movie you’re watching. It s a concept that s so compelling that Shudder recently premiered an entire docuseries dedicated to it; it s called, rather appropriately, Cursed Films.In honor of the most recent addition to the canon the faux documentary Antrum: The Deadliest Film Ever Made we’re going to pay a little tribute to the “found footage” horror movies that tr亚博手机登录是什么意思Dexter fans got a first look at Michael C. Hall as the returning serial killer this week. HBO Max conjures up a new pricing tier that doesn t include the big theatrical premieres of the summer, but does include ads. Updates on the John Wick, Saw, and American Psycho TV series, and more of the week s biggest news in TV and streaming.TOP STORYShowtime Releases New Teaser for Returning Series DexterDexter fans got their first look at America s favorite revived serial killer in a teaser video for the series return released by Showtime. Michael C. Hall revisits his famous role for a new season set for fall. The series ran for eight seasons, concluding in 2013 with a much-maligned final season (it has a 33% score on the Tomatometer, compared to the show s Certified Fresh 96% first season). Many see this revival as a chance at redemption for the character and the series, which also starred Jennifer Carpenter, C.S. Lee, David Zayas, James Remar, Luna Lauren Velez, Desmond Harrington, and Julie Benz.HBO Max’s New Ad-Supported Version Will Offer TV Shows and Movies – Except for Those Same-Day Theatrical Releases – For .99/Month(Photo by Jessica Miglio/©Warner Bros. Entertainment)The good news: if that .99 per month fee has stopped you from signing up for HBO Max and all The Sopranos and Big Bang Theory episodes your heart desires, the streaming service’s new, ad-supported option, which will cost .99 when it launches in June, may make for a more classic TV-packed summer. Even better: though the ads will be sprinkled through the HBO Max specific programming, the service isn’t going to add them to programming that originated on HBO, i.e. Game of Thrones, Sex and the City, The Wire, etc.Now to temper your excitement a bit: that cheaper, ad-supported option of an HBO Max subscription will not include the streamer’s same-day release of theatrical movies. Meaning, when The Suicide Squad hits theaters and .99 ad-free HBO Max on August 6, the .99/month subscribers will be seeing … well, not The Suicide Squad. Not on that day, anyway.WarnerMedia hasn’t announced specifics of how long subscribers to the ad-supported version of HBO Max will have to wait to see new theatrical releases on the service, but in the meantime, you’ll have all those episodes of Curb Your Enthusiasm and Rick and Morty to keep you entertained.Lionsgate TV Boss Talks Upcoming John Wick, Saw, and American Psycho TV Entries(Photo by Lionsgate)Lionsgate Television chairman Kevin Beggs, in an interview with Deadline, talked about the company’s future plans, which includes the John Wick spin-off series The Continental at Starz, which will be a prequel about how the hotel for assassins came to be.He describes the first season as unfolding like three 90-minute events, sort of like a limited series. Ian McShane, the movie’s Continental founder, Winston, won’t appear on screen, though McShane has suggested he might be doing voiceover for the series, which will revolve around a 1970s version of Winston. Keanu Reeves, Beggs says, may sign on as an executive producer of The Continental.Meanwhile, Beggs also confirmed an American Psycho series is in development, and that there are conversations happening about the possibilities of a Saw TV series.NEW TRAILERS: Jean Smart Is a Las Vegas Comedy Superstar in HacksJean Smart stars Hacks as Deborah Vance, a legendary Las Vegas comedian whose manager pairs her with an entitled twentysomething comedy writer (Hannah Einbinder) when Vance’s place on the Strip is threatened by a plan to bring in younger-skewing audiences. Also stars Kaitlin Olson, Christopher McDonald, and Rose Abdoo. Premieres May 13. (HBO Max)More trailers and teasers released this week:• Power Book III: Raising Kanan is the second Power spin-off, this one a prequel unfolding the backstory of 50 Cent’s Kanan character. Stars Mekhi Curtis, Omar Epps, and Patina Miller. Premieres July 18. (Starz)• Nine Perfect Strangers is a miniseries starring Nicole Kidman as the director of a wellness retreat that seems to be making its stress-relief seekers, well, more stressed. The drama is based on the book of the same name by Big Little Lies author Liane Moriarty, and also stars Melissa McCarthy, Michael Shannon, Samara Weaving, Regina Hall, Luke Evans, and Bobby Cannavale. Premieres later this year. (Hulu)• Master of None season 3, subtitled Moments in Love, focuses on Denise (Lena Waithe) and her partner Alicia (Naomi Ackie), and the ups and downs of marriage and their struggles with fertility. Series creator Aziz Ansari directs. Premieres May 23. (Netflix)• Domina is the eight-episode miniseries, filmed in Rome, that follows the extraordinary rise of Emperor Augustus Caesar’s third wife, Livia Drusilla (Kasia Smutniak), and all the exploits, affairs, and battles for political clout that surrounded the power couple who sat at the heart of the Roman Empire. Also stars Matthew McNulty, Tom Glynn-Carney, Claire Forlani, and Isabella Rossellini. Premieres June 6. (EPIX)
(Photo by Joshua James Richards/©Searchlight Pictures)Following on the heels of the Producers Guild, the Directors Guild of America (DGA) announced the nominees for their own annual awards on Tuesday, March 9. Nomadland director Chloé Zhao strengthened her Oscar frontrunner status with a nod, alongside Emerald Fennell (Promising Young Woman) and Lee Isaac Chung (Minari). Though Regina King didn t make the list for One Night in Miami, both she and Florian Zeller (The Father) scored nominations in the First-Time Feature Film category instead. In the TV categories, Netflix s awards powerhouse The Crown was surprisingly shut out in the Dramatic Series competition, while both Ted Lasso and Curb Your Enthusiasm earned two nominations in the Comedy Series category.The winners of the Directors Guild Awards will be announced during a private virtual event exclusive to DGA members on Saturday, April 10, just six days before final Academy Award voting begins, so expect the winner here to make a big impact on the Oscars. Read on for the full list of DGA Awards nominees below!Theatrical Feature FilmLee Isaac Chung MinariEmerald Fennell Promising Young WomanDavid Fincher MankAaron Sorkin The Trial of the Chicago 7Chloé Zhao NomadlandFirst-Time Feature FilmRadha Blank The Forty-Year-Old VersionFernando Frías de la Parra I m No Longer HereRegina King One Night in MiamiDarius Marder Sound of MetalFlorian Zeller The FatherOutstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic SeriesJason Bateman Ozark, Wartime Jon Favreau The Mandalorian, Chapter 9: The Marshall Vince Gilligan Better Call Saul, Bagman Lesli Linka Glatter Homeland, Prisoners of War Julie Anne Robinson Bridgerton, Diamond of the First Water Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy SeriesZach Braff Ted Lasso, Biscuits MJ Delaney Ted Lasso, The Hope That Kills You Susanna Fogel The Flight Attendant, In Case of Emergency Erin O Malley Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Surprise Party Jeff Schaffer Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Spite Store Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Movies for Television and Limited SeriesSusanne Bier The UndoingScott Frank The Queen s GambitThomas Kail HamiltonMatt Shakman WandaVisionLynn Shelton Little Fires Everywhere, Find a Way Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Variety/Talk/News/Sports – Regularly Scheduled ProgrammingPaul G. Casey Real Time with Bill Maher, Episode 1835 Jim Hoskinson The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, #1025 Live Show Following Capitol Insurrection Don Roy King Saturday Night Live, Dave Chappelle; Foo Fighters David Paul Meyer The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, President Obama: Inspiring Future Leaders A Promised Land' Christopher Werner Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, Trump Election Results Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Variety/Talk/News/Sports – SpecialsStacey Angeles The Daily Show with Trevor Noah Presents: Remembering RBG A Nation Ugly Cries with Desi LydicMarielle Heller What the Constitution Means to MeJim Hoskinson The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, “Stephen Colbert’s Election Night 2020: Democracy’s Last Stand: Building Back America Great Again Better 2020”Spike Lee David Byrne s American UtopiaThomas Schlamme A West Wing Special to Benefit When We All VoteOutstanding Directorial Achievement in Reality ProgramsDavid Charles World s Toughest Race: Eco-Challenge Fiji, “3,2,1 Go!”Jon Favreau The Chef Show, Tartine Ken Fuchs Shark Tank, 1211 Joseph Guidry Full Bloom, Petal to the Metal Rich Kim Lego Masters, Mega City Block Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children s ProgramsKabir Akhtar High School Musical: The Musical ‑ The Series, “Opening Night”Larissa Bills On Pointe, Showtime! Dean Israelite The Astronauts, Countdown Richie Keen The Healing Powers of Dude, “Second Step: Homeroom”Amy Schatz We Are the Dream: The Kids of the Oakland MLK Oratorical FestOutstanding Directorial Achievement in DocumentaryMichael Dweck Gregory Kershaw The Truffle HuntersPippa Ehrlich James Reed My Octopus TeacherDavid France Welcome to ChechnyaAmanda McBaine Jesse Moss Boys StateBenjamin Ree The Painter and the ThiefThe Directors Guild Awards winners will be announced on April 10 during a private virtual event for DGA members.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
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This new series from Dave Filoni follows the elite and experimental clones of the Bad Batch (first introduced in The Clone Wars) as they find their way in a rapidly changing galaxy in the immediate aftermath of the Clone War, Disney explained in a press release. Members of Bad Batch – a unique squad of clones who vary genetically from their brothers in the Clone Army – each possess a singular exceptional skill that makes them extraordinarily effective soldiers and a formidable crew. The series is set in the post-Clone War period and will premiere exclusively on Disney+.Star Wars: The Bad Batch comes to Disney+ in 2021.
Moviegoers had a chance to return to Zombieland this weekend and many of them did. But it was Angelina Jolie’s Maleficent that was able to put the Joker in his place — second place, that is, as Joaquin Phoenix’s interpretation of the Clown Prince of Crime heads much quicker than anyone thought for the all-time October record. The numbers were solid this weekend on the surface, making for a nice October weekend, but profit for the newcomers is still up in the air.Queen of the Crop: Joker Bows Down to Maleficent Debbie DayMaleficent: Mistress of Evil took the top spot this weekend with million, but won’t continue Disney’s unprecedented streak of releasing four billion-dollar films in a row. The 5 million–budgeted film joins a number of sequels in 2019 that have had significant drop-offs from their predecessors. Seven of them have fallen off 50 percent or higher from the previous film and they include:The Angry Birds Movie 2 (-72.9 percent), Happy Death Day 2U (-63.5 percent), Shaft (-59 percent), A Dog’s Journey (-55.9 percent), The Secret Life of Pets 2 (-55.3 percent), The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part (-50.6 percent), and Dark Phoenix (-50.1 percent).The Angry Birds Movie 2 actually opened on a Tuesday, but even if you added the .7 million it made from Tuesday to Thursday, it would still have opened to 50 percent lower than the .1 million of the original. Disney’s Maleficent opened to .43 million back in the summer of 2014. The million Mistress of Evil grossed this weekend represents a 48.2 percent drop, putting it between Godzilla: King of the Monsters (-48.7 percent) and Men In Black International (-45 percent) — the latter more of a spin-off than direct sequel — for the ninth-worst drop of the year among sequels or follow-ups. Globally the film is up to 3 million, but it is going to need well over 0 million total to break even. The only sequels this year to reach the total are the ones you would expect: Avengers: Endgame, Toy Story 4, Spider-Man: Far From Home, and How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World.Top 10 and Beyond: Zombieland: Double Tap Debuts to .7 Million(Photo by Columbia Pictures)Zombieland: Double Tap did get off to a nice start for Sony. The original opened to .73 million in 2009 and given that would equate to about .6 million 10 years later, a .7 million opening for the sequel still is not too bad. The budget did increase from million to million, however, so this one also has its work cut out for it. Ruben Fleischer’s debut managed to score .5 million domestically but just 2.3 million total worldwide. Some estimates suggested that film even missed its profit margin due to extensive advertising costs. Like most of the top films this week, including phenomenon Joker, Zombieland: Double Tap could easily benefit from the upcoming pre-Halloween weekend.Grossing .2 million in its third weekend, Joker will pass Gravity to become the all-time champion of October. Joker’s third weekend is a far greater than any of the films comparative to its 6 million 17-day total, such as Man of Steel, Thor: Ragnarok, and the first parts of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Those films grossed between .5 million and .6 million in weekend three. For Joker, 0 million now seems very likely, and the film’s global total stands at over 7 million, which makes Joker far and away Warner Bros. biggest hit of the year and one of the year’s biggest successes. Joker will become the seventh-highest grossing film worldwide by next weekend.Last week’s The Addams Family dropped 47 percent to .1 million, but its 10-day total of .81 million has not only driven ahead of what Abominable has made in four weeks (.91 million), but ahead of the pace of Where the Wild Things Are, which topped out at .3 million. The million–budgeted film should cross million with no problem and get a decent stay next week with parents looking for some spooky family-oriented entertainment to take their kids to. Though it will need to cross 0 million globally to turn a profit, The Addams Family is in much better shape than Paramount and Ang Lee’s 8-million budgeted Gemini Man, which fell 58.6% this weekend to .5 million. It is only at 8 million worldwide.In milestone news, Lorene Scafaria’s Hustlers passed the 0 million mark this week. Downton Abbey became Focus’ all-time domestic grosser, passing Brokeback Mountain, and Roadside’s Judy is now their fifth highest-grossing film ever with designs on passing The Peanut Butter Falcon this week and maybe even Mud’s .5 million for third place.Three big limited-release stories are brewing right now for three filmmakers who have generated significant buzz on the festival circuit. A24 released Robert Eggers’ follow-up to The Witch in eight theaters this weekend. The Lighthouse (93% on the Tomatometer) grossed 9,000 in those eight theaters; the third-best total ever for a launch in that number of theaters behind The Big Short (5,527) and Memoirs of a Geisha (2,504) and ahead of Match Point (8,593) and Dead Poets Society (0,456). A24 will reportedly expand it into 500 theaters, similar to the strategy of last year’s Blindspotting, which went from 11 theaters (opening to 8,999) and moving to 523 theaters (where it grossed .28 million). The Lighthouse is one to watch next weekend.Taika Waititi’s Jojo Rabbit (77% at RT) made 0,000 this weekend in just five theaters. That is the 12th-best opening in as many theaters ever, behind La La Land (1,104), The Master (6,311), Brokeback Mountain (7,425), The Big Sick (1,577), Zero Dark Thirty (7,150), Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride (8,166), Boyhood (7,618), Syriana (4,502),and Punch-Drunk Love (7,203) as well as Woody Allen’s To Rome With Love (1,359) and Café Society (9.289). Jojo’s ,000 per-theater-average is the fourth-best of 2019 behind Avengers: Endgame (,601), The Farewell (,916) and Bong-Joon Ho’s Parasite (8,072), which is quite the story.Parasite (99% Tomatometer score) moved into 33 theaters this weekend (up 30 from last week) and grossed another .2 million, a haul that puts it into some big-league conversation. Lady Bird went from four to 37 theaters in its second week and grossed .19 million. Boyhood went five to 34 (.17 million), The Farewell four to 35 (.14 million), and The Favourite four to 34 (.07 million). Parasite in 33 theaters even beat the per-theater averages of Juno ( .42 million in 40 theaters) and The Royal Tenenbaums (.26 million in 40 theaters) in their second weekends of limited release. Parasite has grossed .8 million to date, and Neon needs to keep spreading the word.This Time Last Year: Halloween Cast a Spell Over Moviegoers(Photo by Ryan Green /Universal Pictures)David Gordon Green’s Halloween fell just a few million shy of besting Venom’s all-time opening record; nevertheless its .2 million (now third after Joker) handily led the box office. A Star Is Born finally eclipsed Venom in their third weekends outgrossing the Marvel villain .05 to .04 million. In limited release, Jonah Hill’s Mid90s had the top per-theater average of the weekend (,539) with 8,157 in four theaters. Marielle Heller’s Can You Ever Forgive Me with eventual Oscar nominees, Melissa McCarthy and Richard E. Grant, posted a ,302 PTA with 1,510 in five theaters. The 5.99 million made by the Top 10 films was the second biggest weekend ever in October, and they averaged 70.1% on the Tomatometer. This year’s Top 10 grossed 8.67 million and averaged 64.7% on the Tomatometer.On the Vine: Benedict Cumberbatch Leads The Current WarThe weekend before Halloween offers different kinds of horror on what looks to be a pretty slow one for the newbies. STX offers the Ring-like Countdown about a killer app that predicts when someone is going to die. Racial angles are explored between corrupt and righteous police officers in Black and Blue with Naomie Harris and Frank Grillo. Then Alfonso Gomez-Rejon’s The Current War finally hits theaters after its debut at the 2017 Toronto Film Festival just before the Weinstein Co. was scuttled. The film charts the battle between Benedict Cumberbatch’s Thomas Edison and Michael Shannon’s George Westinghouse.The Full Top 10: October 18–20Maleficent: Mistress of Evil (2019) 39% – million ( million total)Joker (2019) 68% – .2 million (7.22 million total)Zombieland: Double Tap (2019) 68% – .72 million (.72 million total)The Addams Family (2019) 45% – .05 million (.81 million total)Gemini Man (2019) 26% – .50 million (.51 million total)Abominable (2019) 82% – .5 million (.91 million total)Downton Abbey (2019) 84% – .08 million (.61 million total)Judy (2019) 82% – .055 million (.01 million total)Hustlers (2019) 87% – .05 million (1.87 million total)It: Chapter Two (2019) 62% – .5 million (9.65 million total)
(Photo by James Dimmock/CBS)Reporters gathered for the Television Critics Association s semiannual conference in Los Angeles on Wednesday, where CBS, CBS All Access, and Pop networks presented panels for their new and returning shows. Read on to find out news about Star Trek: Discovery, the new season of The Good Fight, and new series including drama The Red Line and reality competition The World s Best.TOP STORYStar Trek: Discovery Prepares for Spock’s ArrivalWhen is Spock (Ethan Peck) actually arriving on the Discovery? Star Trek: Discovery showrunners Alex Kurtzman and Heather Kadin aren’t giving any dates, but they did tease what will happen when he does finally show up.“When you see him, it’s going to be different than what you would have expected coming into the show,” Kadin said. Spock’s presence has been a “looming specter” over Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green) throughout the first season of the CBS All Access series, and plays a large part in her identity. When her brother of sorts does arrive, “hopefully you’ll be invested in all the mysteries,” Kurtzman said.In addition to Spock’s introduction, the second season will explore “faith and science and how they relate to each other,” Martin-Green said, and will introduce other species both new and familiar to Trek fans.“You will be seeing more cultures this season,” Kurtzman said, though he declined to confirm or deny whether that will include Romulans. “Those different alien species are often metaphors, as all things are in Star Trek, for people or situations that we’re dealing with in the real world. We are very selective [about what we use].”In choosing which existing Star Trek species to add, there were many conversations of what those species will look like in the Discovery world, which takes place 10 years before the original series.“It’s always fun to reinvent the look of something, but you can’t reinvent it too much,” Kurtzman said, citing some fans’ outcry over the Klingons’ look in season 1. But because “prosthetics have come a very long way” since previous Trek iterations, changes do need to be made so it fits into the look of Discovery. “I think we look to see what are the staple things that you recognize visually about these aliens,” Kurtzman said, and the prosthetics team goes from there.And while the second season really just started, Kurtzman and Kadin and their writers are already talking about the (not-yet-ordered) third season. “You have to start thinking about season 3 in the middle of season 2 because you have to [write scenes that pay off],” Kurtzman said. Before then, though, the season 2 finale will not disappoint, Kurtzman promised: “We’re cutting the finale right now – I cannot wait for you guys to see it.”And there will be more Trek between seasons, too, with two new animated editions of web series Short Treks.Stephen King’s The Stand Headed to TV (Again)(Photo by ABC/courtesy Everett Collection)The latest Stephen King novel headed television has actually been there before: CBS All Access is producing a 10-episode limited event series based on The Stand. The 1978 novel takes place in a post-apocalyptic world after a deadly flu has decimated a large portion of humanity. Its previous small-screen adaptation took the form of an eight-hour 1994 miniseries (Certified Fresh at 78% on the Tomatometer) that starred Gary Sinise, Molly Ringwald, and Rob Lowe. The new version will be written by The Fault in Our Stars director Josh Boone and Ben Cavell (Justified), and directed by Boone. The people involved are men and women who know exactly what they’re doing; the scripts are dynamite,” King said in a statement. “The result bids to be something memorable and thrilling. I believe it will take viewers away to a world they hope will never happen. The Good Fight Season 3 Pays Tribute to PrinceThe second season of The Good Fight was praised for its timely observations about Donald Trump’s presidency, and even named each episode after the day of Trump’s presidency in which it takes place. The third season will continue to tackle politics and current events, but the series made a few fun tweaks. Season 3’s episodes will be named like Friends episodes (“The One Inspired By…”), and the episodes will each contain characters delivering soliloquies “in a Shakespearean fashion talking about what’s in [their] heads,” showrunner Robert King said, along with Schoolhouse Rock-esque cartoons that will explain “something like Russian troll farms or NDAs or Roy Cohn” to the audience. Another fun change: Instead of a musical episode, the series will take advantage of its musically talented stars (including Tony winners Christine Baranski and Audra McDonald) with musical moments. Baranski and McDonald will organically duet on Prince’s “Raspberry Beret,” and new star Michael Sheen will sing the Jackson 5’s “I’ll Be There.”Will The World’s Best Live Up to Its Title?CBS’ newest reality show entry is promising a lot with its name, The World’s Best. But executive producer Mike Darnell, who used to head up the reality department at Fox, says he’s proud of the title. While most reality shows in the U.S. are based on international formats, this one is homegrown. “It’s new and because it’s made here, it was an enormous amount of work. When I did Idol for Fox or X Factor, or, you know, a myriad of other shows that have been done, they weren’t easy, but you had a template to look at. This is brand new, and it feels it, and it’s a huge swing, and I think you can see it feels appropriate after the Super Bowl.” The talent competition is America’s Got Talent-eque, but features competitors and judges from around the world. The main judging panel is comprised of Drew Barrymore, RuPaul, and Faith Hill. The series premieres after the Super Bowl on CBS.Noah Wyle Returns to Chicago in The Red LineAfter years on E.R., Noah Wyle is returning to Chicago in his new CBS drama, The Red Line. Wyle plays a teacher whose black doctor husband is mistakenly shot by a white cop during a convenience store robbery. The series deals with race relations and loss, and the actor had an “intense” emotional reaction when he read the script. In fact, he began to tear up while discussing it with journalists.“I have never read a piece of material and had it move me like that, and that consistently happened with every single script. I can’t even talk about this show without getting upset,” Wyle said.While E.R. filmed mainly in Los Angeles, The Red Line shot in Chicago with a crew from the city.“It was about leaving a lot of my creature comforts that I’ve enjoyed in the last couple of years in terms of having some authority and some power, wearing different hats and really just doing it differently on almost every single level. And through that, I got to really fall in love with acting again and appreciate good writing, and I was very grateful every day,” the actor said.The Red Line, an eight-episode event series, premieres Sunday, April 28 (8-10 p.m., ET/PT) on CBS, with broadcasts in two-hour installments across four Sundays. 不可否认的是近两年游戏监管的严格，很多手机游戏受限，手机游戏从高潮迅速断崖?降温，很多手游创业者纷纷退出，但也正因为这样，那些运营手游的反而迎来好的壮大的机会，竞争者少了，手游市场的需求还是那么大。对于手游创业者来说，2021是有挑战的，也是充满机遇的。2021有闲玩千款手游会与您携手共进，共同克服困难，在手游大市场中占据一席之地！?有闲玩千款手游代理加盟优势
亚博手机登录是什么意思 (Photo by Warner Bros. /courtesy Everett Collection)Sega. Capcom. Ubisoft. Blizzard. Konami. Many have vied for the throne in the battle of the first Fresh video-game movie adaptation, and all have failed. Until now. Fittingly, it is Nintendo and its Pokémon: Detective Pikachu film that wears the crown, breaking the video-game curse. It s fitting not just because of the ubiquity of Nintendo in pop culture for decades, but because it was their legendary 1993 s bob-omb Super Mario Bros. that kicked off the adaptation cycle in the first place.Before we dive further into the achievement, be aware we only considered U.S. theatrical releases when ranking video-game movies. Second, the movie needed to have at least 20 reviews for consideration, the same minimum we used for our list of 41 video game movies ranked by Tomatometer. Why 20 reviews? That s the number required to get one of our sparkling Critics Consensus summaries, and also implies that the movie generated enough interest to be reviewed by a varied swath of critics. The previous Pokémon movie, The Power of Us (in theaters for a little over a week in America, courtesy of distribution by Fathom Events), actually got a 60% but only from 5 reviews, not enough to consider it beyond a niche novelty.With a Tomatometer percentage hovering in the low-60s, the crown sits precariously on Pikachu s fluffy lil skull. Detective is a movie that will continue to see reviews added for months, perhaps even years to come, and enough unfavorable reviews could handily plunge it beneath 60% and into zone Rotten. But for now, Detective Pikachu s bright visuals, gallery of lovingly and faithfully rendered Pokemon, and fast-paced kid-friendly narrative (not to mention the coup of casting Ryan Reynolds as lead voice) are good enough with critics. After 26 years and well over 30 Rotten movies – not even the Konami Code could ve saved Hollywood – it s been a long time coming.But other video game movies have come close, especially in recent years. Rampage and Tomb Raider, both just above 52%, had been battling back and forth for the top spot since their releases last year. Meanwhile, 2016 had previously looked like it was going to be the year, with Warcraft by Duncan Jones (Moon, Source Code) and Assassin s Creed (starring Michael Fassbender, by his Macbeth director Justin Kurzel), though neither landed above 30%.See the full list of Tomatometer-ranked video game movies here. Detective Pikachu is currently playing in theaters now.