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ROR体育官方下载采用百度引擎1(Baidu 9)tt Collection)Another reason Farley works so well as a lead here? Spade, the cynical ying to Farley’s trusting, airheaded yang. The pair fits nicely in a long line of comedy duos, both classic (Laurel and Hardy stand out, not only because of the disparity in body sizes) and more modern (Jake and Elwood in The Blues Brothers, John Candy and Steve Martin in Planes, Trains Automobiles). Tommy Boy lifts from that latter movie’s playbook, actually: There’s the never-ending road trip with polar opposites and the destruction of their car (complete with a double take when it’s demolished). There seemed to be more than a bit of life-imitating-art going on as well. (Or was it viceversa?) As one of the film’s writers put it in a making-of doc, the two were a sort of IRL Odd Couple, with Spade often throwing sarcastic jabs at Farley, promoting immediate bursts of laughter, when the cameras weren’t rolling.IT S ENDLESSLY QUOTABLEMany of the moments that land in Tommy Boy come from that same off-the-cuff, we’d-be-joking-with-each-other-regardless spirit. Take this exchange, a version of which was allegedly overheard between Spade and Farley and then added to the script: Hey, does this suit make me look fat? No, no, no. Your face does. Perhaps the movie’s most memorable scene, too, came from someone on set noticing that, after shooting the fat guy in a little coat bit, Farley started singing the dialogue. They thought it was so funny they decided to reshoot it, and it’s hard to imagine it working nearly as well without Farley’s sing-songy delivery. There are too many good quotes from Farley to list here — besides, many of them have been recited ad nauseum in college dorm rooms over the last two-plus decades — but let’s spotlight these doozies: “Brothers don’t shake hands. Brothers gotta hug,” and “John Hancock It’s Herbie Hancock.”DAN AYKROYD CRANKS IT UP TO 11(Photo by ©Paramount Pictures)A few of the minor characters fall flat in this movie — as Tommy’s new stepmom, Bo Derek was even nominated for a Razzie Award for Worst Supporting Actress — but one in particular is memorable above all the others. As auto magnate Ray Zalinsky, Dan Aykroyd leans on his stereotype-on-steroids Chicago accent as he says lines like,““I make car parts for the American working man, because that’s what I am, and that’s who I care about.” Ostensibly one of the villains of the film, Zalinsky is part Bass-O-Matic motor-mouthed salesman, with every spat-out pronouncement delivered with such a punch that it makes his turn as Elwood in The Blues Brothers look subtle in comparison. It’s ridiculous — and a joy to watch.FARLEY S SWEETNESS IS ON DISPLAY(Photo by ©Paramount Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)If Tommy was just an imbecile running into things — and, to be fair, that might be his defining characteristic — it wouldn t give one much reason to watch this movie, let alone return to it. But there’s a lot of love in Farley’s take on a spoiled know-nothing. He wants everybody to like each other and get along, and even the few moments that touch on loss oddly ring true in Farley’s hands. It’s the same trick he pulled off so brilliantly on SNL’s The Chris Farley Show, the ability to end a flubbed interview with Paul McCartney with an “aww”-inducing moment of connection. We may never know what other moments like that he had in him, but at least we have films like Tommy Boy to remind us what he was capable of.Where You Can Watch It NowAmazon (rent/own), FandangoNOW (rent/own), Google (rent/own), iTunes (rent/own), Vudu (rent/own)Tommy Boy was released on March 31, 1995.

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Wow, now that was unexpected. Bohemian Rhapsody producer Graham King summed up the entire 76th Annual Golden Globes Awards program Sunday night in its final moments as his film took the Motion Picture Drama award.It was a night of big surprises on both the film and TV front, as the Hollywood Foreign Press handed out its 2019 honors. The night s big, emotional wins came from leading drama actress Glenn Close for film The Wife (an upset, considering many expected Lady Gaga to take the award for her role in A Star Is Born), top drama actor Rami Malek for his starring role as rock icon Freddie Mercury in the night s top film, and, on TV, Richard Madden for his actor in a drama series win for Bodyguard, reaction to The Kominsky Method s various upsets, and The Americans snagging the Best Television Series Drama award for its final season. (See the full list of winners here.)Read on to learn about those big wins and more of the best moments of the night.Film s Biggest Moments | TV s Biggest MomentsSandra Oh Makes an Emotional Opening StatementAfter a well-received opening monologue built around the idea of the two nicest people in Hollywood trying their hardest to be mean – and failing – Oh took a moment to acknowledge the history she was making by hosting as an Asian-American. Oh told the audience, “I said yes to the fear of being on this stage tonight because I wanted to be here and look out onto this audience and witness this moment of change. I’m not fooling myself. Next year could be different and probably will. But right now, this moment is real. Because I see you. I see you. All of these faces of change. And now, so will everyone else.”FILMBest Motion Picture Drama – Bohemian Rhapsody(Photo by Paul Drinkwater/NBC)Once Rami Malek got his Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture Drama, the Bohemian Rhapsody star clutched onto it like the statue was going to make a break for it (see his speech here). At just 62% on the Tomatometer, Bohemian Rhapsody was not the movie the RT office was expecting to win Best Drama. And yet, in a massive upset that leaves A Star Is Born’s Oscar prospects positively shaken, the movie took at the top prize on Sunday night, and, though somewhat less of a surprise, Malek took best actor. Will it be enough to get the film an Oscar nod? We’ll be able to tell later this month.Regina King Wins Best Supporting Actress, Makes Powerful PledgeRegina King’s win for Best Supporting Actress in a Movie for If Beale Street Could Talk was no big surprise – she’s favored to take out the Oscar, too – but her speech was one of the most powerful of the evening. After a touching tribute to director Barry Jenkins for making a film that her son said “was the first time he saw himself on screen,” King made a pledge that every project she produces in t 2. AVA DUVERNAY CONFIRMS DARKSEID WILL APPEAR IN NEW GODS (Photo by Atsushi Nishijima/Paramount Pictures)Earlier this month, Marvel Studios confirmed that their next movie after Black Widow (5/1/2020) will be their adaptation of Jack Kirby s The Eternals (11/6/2020), featuring stars like Angelina Jolie, Salma Hayek, Kumail Nanjiani, and Richard Madden (Robb Stark from Game of Thrones). The Eternals is also arguably in a dueling movies situation, because Warner Bros. is simultaneously also developing its own Jack Kirby movie, New Gods, with Ava DuVernay (Selma, A Wrinkle in Time) attached to direct. This week, DuVernay confirmed that the villains in New Gods will include Darkseid and the Female Furies. DuVernay also said that one of the actors in her Netflix series When They See Us will 99% be cast in New Gods, but that show also has a huge cast, so it s tricky to guess who she might be talking about. As for the Darkseid confirmation, this article points out that Ava DuVernay and Warner Bros. have a Thanos problem, as Darkseid and Thanos have always shared a lot in common, but Marvel Studios has already well established Thanos as a movie character, and Darkseid could easily be seen as a villain-come-lately.3. DUNGEONS DRAGONS MIGHT BE NEXT UP FOR GAME NIGHT (DIRECTORS)It s become nearly cliche for TV shows to feature their characters bonding over the fantasy role-playing game Dungeons Dragons, whether it be on Community, The Goldbergs, or most famously, Stranger Things. If we turn the clock way back 19 years to 2000, however, we can actually see that this arguably started with Freaks and Geeks, which had an episode where James Franco s character bonds with the titular geeks over D D. (Incidentally, it s also the year that brought us the first and notoriously panned film adaptation of the game, as pictured above.) One of those kids was played by John Francis Daley, who went on to become a screenwriter with partner Jonathan Goldstein on movies like Horrible Bosses and Spider-Man: Homecoming, and they also co-directed 2015 s Vacation and last year s Game Night. Paramount Pictures is reportedly now in talks with Daley and Goldstein to direct the long-in-development reboot of Dungeons Dragons, which moved to Paramount in 2017 after Warner Bros. was unable to get a reboot starring Ansel Elgort going earlier this decade. John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein were also formerly attached to direct DC Comics The Flash.4. CHRIS PINE TO STAR AS ANCHORMAN WALTER CRONKITE IN NEWSFLASH (Photo by Warner Bros.)Very few people are ever likely to confuse comic actor Seth Rogen with Star Trek star Chris Pine, but thanks to the wonders of makeup, they now have the same role in common. Until recently, Rogen was in talks to star in the historical drama Newsflash as CBS News anchorman Walter Cronkite as he was covering the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963. The news this week, however, is that the role will instead go to the aforementioned Chris Pine. If Pine signs on, he will be joining Mark Ruffalo, who has long been attached to star as producer Don Hewitt, who went on to found 60 Minutes in 1968. Chris Pine s next big movie will be Wonder Woman 1984, which comes out next summer (6/5/2020).5. JASON MOMOA OUT FOR REVENGE IN NETFLIX S SWEET GIRL (Photo by Warner Bros.)Before his blockbuster success last year with Aquaman, Jason Momoa starred in the Netflix series Frontier from 2016 to 2018. While he is signed to return for the Aquaman sequel, that movie isn t scheduled until December 16, 2022, so he s got plenty of time before it starts filming. With that in mind, Momoa has signed on to appear in a revenge thriller for Netflix called Sweet Girl. He will also produce Sweet Girl, in which he will play a husband who vows to bring justice to the people responsible for his wife’s death while also protecting his daughter. Momoa will also co-star in next year s Dune remake (11/20/2020) as Duncan Idaho.6. JARED LETO JOINS DENZEL WASHINGTON AND RAMI MALEK IN LITTLE THINGS (Photo by Netflix)After playing The Joker in the first Suicide Squad movie, Jared Leto will soon become the latest actor to star in a Marvel movie (by way of Sony) as the living vampire, Morbius, in just under a year (7/31/2020). This week, Leto also started early talks with Warner Bros. to join their crime thriller Little Things. If he signs on, he will play a serial killer who s crimes are being investigated by a small town sheriff played by Denzel Washington and another detective from Los Angeles played by Rami Malek (Bohemian Rhapsody). Little Things will be directed and written by John Lee Hancock (The Blind Side, The Founder, Saving Mr. Banks), whose most recent film was Netflix s The Highwaymen.7. BEN AFFLECK IS IN DEEP WATER WITH HIS NEW EROTIC THRILLER(Photo by Universal Pictures)In the ten years or so between 1983 and 1993, director Adrian Lyne gave the world a few major hits (Flashdance, Fatal Attraction, Indecent Proposal), but then two stumbles (Unfaithful and his Lolita remake) seemed to put his career as a director on a 17-year hold. That said, Lyne is finally preparing to return with another erotic thriller called Deep Water that seems to share a lot of themes with his earlier films. Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas ( Joi in Blade Runner 2049) are both in talks to star in Deep Water as a married couple who spice up their relationship by allowing each other to take other lovers, until their mind games take a dark turn when people around them start turning up dead. Just last week, Affleck also joined his old friend Matt Damon in a historical drama called The Last Duel. 8. REESE WITHERSPOON S FIRST SCIENCE FICTION DRAMA WILL BE PYROS(Photo by Bob Mahoney/©Warner Bros.)Like most movie actors of her status, Reese Witherspoon has appeared in movies from a wide range of different genres, including psychological horror (American Psycho), supernatural comedy (Little Nicky), and animated science fiction (Monsters vs Aliens). This week, we found out that the latest genre Witherspoon will expand into will be (live action) science fiction with a movie called Pyros. Witherspoon is partnering with frequent X-Men producer Simon Kinberg on the new film, in which she will star as one of a group of augmented people who are fitted with indestructible fire suits that are fused to their spines [who] work for a corporation that recovers objects for wealthy people when their houses are burning. 9. MARK WAHLBERG GOING TO THE DOG(S) WITH ARTHUR THE KING (Photo by Patti Perret/Paramount Pictures)Although there still aren t that many movies about (live action) cats, their canine counterparts don t have that problem, as almost every year sees at least one movie centered on dogs, with the most recent example being A Dog s Journey (Rotten at 49%) and The Art of Racing in the Rain set to hit theaters next week. The latest star to sign on for a doggie picture is Mark Wahlberg, who is now attached to star in Arthur the King, an adaptation of the novel Arthur: The Dog Who Crossed the Jungle to Find a Home, based on a true story. Wahlberg will play a Swedish adventure racer named Mikael Lindnord who won the hearts of millions when he and his team adopted Arthur, a badly wounded but big-hearted stray dog who tagged along with them during an epic endurance race in Ecuador. Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.Check out our new Facebook series, The KetchupIs Andy Serkis the Best Choice to Direct Venom 2?With Andy Serkis set to direct the sequel, will we finally see a Fresh Venom movie?Posted by The Rotten Tomatoes Channel on Tuesday, August 6, 2019
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on so far, the 7th best total of 2019.The Record Has Fallen: Avengers: Endgame Beats Avatar(Photo by Marvel Studios)In 1975 it was Steven Spielberg and Jaws. Two years later it was George Lucas and Star Wars. 1982 comes along and Spielberg regains the throne with E.T.  In 1993 Spielberg replaces himself with Jurassic Park. The next phenomenon in 1997-98 was Titanic. Cameron then pulled a Spielberg and Avatar bested Titanic in 2009-10. Three directors have held the box office record for 44 years. This weekend two more joined the fray as Anthony and Joe Russo’s Avengers: Endgame passed Avatar as the highest grossing film in the world of all time. The film was million away from the record when Endgame was re-issued into theaters with some additional material. The final numbers were not out this weekend when Kevin Feige made the announcement that there was a new no. 1 during Marvel’s panel at the San Diego Comic-Con Saturday night. As of Sunday, Avengers: Endgame has grossed an estimated 4.21 million domestic and .790 billion worldwide. When the final estimates come in on Monday, Avengers: Endgame will officially take its place in history.Top 10 and Beyond: Far From Home Close To Record(Photo by © Columbia Pictures / © Marvel Studios/ Courtesy Everett Collection)Spider-Man: Far From Home made million over the weekend, and is estimated to be at 9.7 million overall. That s  million ahead of the pace of Sam Raimi’s 2002 origin tale, which is still the only Spider-Man film to cross the 0 million line. Far From Home has grossed 9.5 million worldwide, over million more than Spider-Man: Homecoming made in its entire run and less than million behind Spider-Man 3 which is the highest-grossing Spidey film ever. Until Monday.Toy Story 4 is at 4.3 million as of Sunday after a .4 million weekend. One full month into release. That is the 20th highest in history, just ahead of Captain Marvel’s 3.8 million. Disney’s Aladdin also just passed the 1994 Lion King for its spot on the all-time worldwide chart after this weekend s .8 million weekend. It is now 40th all-time with 8 million with a billion dollars in its sights.As for last week’s releases, Crawl looks like it will outgross Lake Placid’s 1999 haul of .7 million, suggesting a final haul around - million. That along with a few international dollars will be enough to get the .5 million production into profit. The same cannot be said for Stuber which is actually on about the same track as Midsommar, both between .9 and .1 million after 10 days. Midsommar is up to .48 million in its third weekend and both are headed in the realm of million each. Danny Boyle’s Yesterday could now be headed north of million, after this weekend s haul of .1 million.Keeping an eye on what has potential to be the indie success story of the summer, Lulu Wang’s The Farewell was expanded into 35 theaters by A24 and grossed .17 million. That puts the film in league with The Kids Are All Right (.06 million / 38 theaters), The Favourite (.07 / 34), Boyhood (.17 / 34), and Lady Bird (.19 / 37).This Time Last Year: Sequels .Here We Go Again!(Photo by © Sony Pictures Releasing)There was a close race for the top spot at the box office but Denzel Washington in The Equalizer 2 edged out Mamma Mia!: Here We Go Again .01 to .95 million. Another sequel, Unfriended: Dark Web, barely made the top 10, making .65 million for a ninth-place finish. Even the race for the middle was decided by less than a million between Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (.26 million), Skyscraper (.36 million), and Incredibles 2 (.89 million). The top 10 films grossed 7.37 million and averaged 67.4% on the Tomatometer. This year’s top 10 grossed an estimated 5.28 million and averaged 69.3%. That total ranks as the third best top 10 weekend ever in July. It is behind only July 18-20, 2008 (0.97 million) when The Dark Knight ruled and July 15-17, 2011 when the previous singular July record-holder (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2) helped charge the top 10 to 8.55 million.ROR体育官方下载(Photo by ©AVCO Embassy Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)In 1978, director John Carpenter released the seminal horror film Halloween and it flopped. Or at least he thought it had. The truth was, it opened in such limited release that it took a long time for word of mouth to build momentum. Once it had, he found himself with a million gross (on a 5,000 budget making it the highest grossing indie film ever until The Blair Witch Project in 1999) and mounting expectations for a killer follow-up. We didn t want to make another knife picture, explained producer Debra Hill in the DVD documentary Tales from the Mist: Inside the Fog. While on vacation in England, she and Carpenter visited Stonehenge and took note of an eerie fog bank surrounding the mystical structure. What do you think is in that fog? asked Carpenter. And just like that, they had their follow-up.The Fog was released on February 8, 1980, and although Carpenter would have slightly more money than he did on Halloween, it was still paltry even by early 80s standards. He and Hill set out to craft an old-fashioned ghost story about the fictional seaside California town of Antonio Bay, and how its 100-year anniversary is marred by the arrival of a mysterious rolling fog masking dark and deadly secrets. To get it done, they d have to get crafty.To honor the 40th birthday of The Fog, let s take a peak inside the Carpenter-Hill playbook to learn how to make million dollar scares out of a coupons and a dream budget.Lesson 1: Set Yourself Up For Success(Photo by ©Embassy courtesy Everett Collection)No one wants to tell an artist to dream smaller, but there is something to be said for keeping your vision manageable. The conceit of hidden ghosts in a dense fog gave Carpenter a huge break on his FX budget right from the get-go. The killers are mostly seen in silhouette (if they re seen at all), which nicely works both thematically and as a cost-saving measure. No need to blow your wad on CGI ghouls when you can suggest more than you show.Lesson 2: Location, Location, Location(Photo by Lionsgate)Similar to the unseen threat idea, Carpenter wisely kept Antonio Bay nicely and cheaply small town. He secured two main locations, an actual lighthouse (located in Point Reyes Beach, California) and an old church (the Episcopal Church of the Ascension in Sierra Madre, California), and made the most of them. The movie didn t require sprawling locales or elaborate sets, because the sense of isolation and claustrophobia served the overall story so well.Lesson 3: If You Shoot Big, It ll Look Big(Photo by Lionsgate)Carpenter and his frequent collaborator, cinematographer Dean Cundey, understood that the best way to mask The Fog s lack of budget muscle was to shoot its small ideas in the biggest way possible. The duo chose to shoot in widescreen Panavision, which made the most of the vast seaside locations witness the scene when the son of local radio DJ Stevie Wayne (Adrienne Barbeau) discovers the driftwood on the beach, or when Elizabeth and Nick (Jamie Lee Curtis and Tom Atkins) take a stroll along a dock. These scenes give you big, spacious backgrounds and a real sense of scale, even though there isn t any real action taking place in them. It s subtle, but it works. A lot of cheap movies involve tight close-ups in nondescript cafes and they feel cheap. The Fog, meanwhile, feels more expansive than that. Shooting in wide-open Panavision, according to Hill, made it look like you have a bigger-than-life movie. Lesson 4: Multitask and Call In Favors(Photo by Lionsgate)Low budget filmmaking means you make the most of what you have within figurative arm s length. Father Malone s (Hal Holbrook) assistant Bennet doesn t have a lot of screen time and even fewer lines, so Carpenter himself stepped in to play the role (he would admit in the audio commentary that his own performance was “terrible” and that he’d never act again except as “helicopter pilots and walk-ons”). Not only did the shadowy figures in dense fog help the FX budget, it also helped with keeping the stunt department lean. Whenever you see a ghost arm smashing through doors and windows, it was usually the same arm (even though it was often edited to seem like dozens) that of Carpenter s childhood  friend Tommy Lee Wallace, who also served as the movie s editor and production designer. Carpenter cast his then-wife, Barbeau, in the lead much to the chagrin of Hill, his ex-girlfriend and called in a favor to get his Halloween star Curtis into the mix. Including Curtis also helped convince her mom, screen legend Janet Leigh, to sign on as Antonio Bay s mayor. This had unexpected benefits, too: Carpenter wasn t shy when forced to use the Psycho actress star power to convince a local restaurant owner to stay open later so they could finish shooting.Lesson 5: Suggestive, Not Bombastic (Photo by Lionsgate) It didn t rely on the usual scares was how Cundey described The Fog in the Tales from the Mist doc, which is a euphemistic way of admitting they were under pretty tight constraints. But he and Carpenter built a sense of mounting dread and creeping unease through careful and inexpensive means. First, there was the score (done by Carpenter himself see Lesson 4), and then there were a series of simple but dramatic little moments like rattling bottles, honking car horns, dripping salt water, and sliding furniture that startled and creeped out the audience without having to rely on big, elaborate scares. There s also very little blood in the movie; the deaths are quick, brutal, and often off-screen. But the impact remains.Lesson 6: Pad If You Have To(Photo by Lionsgate)Carpenter s original cut of The Fog was a less-than-cinematic 85 minutes, so while keeping it lean and tight was good for the budget, it didn t help the finished product as much. He realized he needed to beef things up ever so slightly without stretching his already thin resources, so at the 11th hour he added the opening sequence of venerable actor John Houseman recounting the legend of Spivey Point over a campfire. The beach was faked on a soundstage, and the expository dialogue-disguised-as-local legend not only helped nudge the movie to a more respectable running time (alongside some additional shots of stabbings and a new sequence where a dead character appears to awaken in a hospital morgue to address concerns the producers had that the original cut wasn t scary enough), but it helped reinforce the overall ghost story feel without having to add much more than a simple fireside chat.Lesson 7: Compromise When You Must(Photo by Lionsgate)The character of KAB Radio DJ Stevie Wayne was modeled after legendary 60s and 70s DJ Alison Steele, known as The Nightbird. But where Steele played progressive counterculture rock and became a groundbreaking legend, Wayne rocks Antonio Bay with lounge music? Carpenter no doubt would have liked to have peppered his movie with cool rock tracks like Quentin Tarantino, but he had to program KAB with generic smooth jazz because, well, it was much, much cheaper. The only band Stevie mentions directly while giving an on-air shoutout to the crew of the Seagrass is The Coupe De Villes, which is Carpenter s side band (they performed the title track and even made a music video!  for Big Trouble in Little China).The Fog first opened in wide release on February 8, 1980.

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Six men, 26 movies, billions in box office receipts, countless Martinis: when it comes to 007, it’s been a journey. In our latest episode of Vs., supervillain/superhost Mark Ellis is pitting James Bond vs. James Bond (vs. James Bond, and on and on) to decide who was the best of cinema’s bed-hopping British spies. Will it be Sean Connery, George Lazenby, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan, or current Bond, Daniel Craig? (OK, it’s probably not gonna be Lazenby – though we only have love for On Her Majesty’s Secret Service.) The Bond boys battle it out over box office, Audience and Tomatometer Scores, the quality of their villains, and one wildcard round, before Ellis puts himself square in the cross hairs and declares a winner. Don’t agree with the ultimate decision? Slice him up with laser beams, feed him to the sharks, or… you know… let us know with a thoughtful argument in the comments.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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While my mother provided positive reinforcements as a woman of color in the inner city, there were none to emulate from the media. As a child, I fantasized about being Princess Leia, Wonder Woman, or one of Charlie’s Angels, but no one who looked like me or the people in my Latino community. That was until 1988’s Stand and Deliver.Stand and Deliver tells the story of a true hero. High school teacher Jaime Escalante, played by Academy-nominated actor Edward James Olmos, inspired his underprivileged students at East LA’s Garfield High School to recognize their self worth and strive for better lives by putting in the hard work “con ganas” (with all your might) to pass the Advanced Placement exam in calculus.“You are the true dreamers,” Olmos’ Escalante tells his students. “And dreams accomplish good things. You are the best.” Escalante’s words are simple but effective, inspiring not just Latinos but every child who should be taught to value themselves and reach for the sky.Another memorable scene from the 1988 movie stands out. The turning point for the urban youth comes after hearing they are indeed special: “It was your ancestors, the Mayans, who first contemplated the zero. True story. You burós have math in your blood.” Stand and Deliver instills a sense of pride in our rich history and heritage that is still largely ignored in film and television.It also portrays an accurate representation of urban youth in East Los Angeles. The cast represented my neighbors, cousins, and educators. To see that on the big screen as a young moviegoer was mind-blowing. Someone finally got it right, in part because a Latino filmmaker (Ramón Menéndez) was at the helm.Thirty-three years since its release, Stand and Deliver still resonates with me in every way.  Lupe Rodriguez HaasA member of the Hollywood Critics Association and Editor-in-Chief of CineMovieTV.com, Lupe Rodriguez Haas has worked every avenue in film and television from Hollywood studio distribution and marketing to being an entertainment producer and critic. Check out CineMovieTV.com.
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Watch: Director and co-writer George Miller on the making of Mad Max: Fury Road 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, Mad Max: Fury Road director and co-writer George Miller reveals how his wild road movie – and the female warrior at its center – came to be.VOTE FOR THIS MOMENT IN OUR 21 MOST MEMORABLE MOVIE MOMENTS POLLThe Movie: Mad Max: Fury Road (2015) 97%Looking for a definition of that cursed Hollywood term, Development Hell ? Look no further than Mad Max: Fury Road, the movie that came three decades after the last Mad Max film and which took writer-director George Miller almost 20 years to make. Over the course of decades, production was famously waylaid by global events (September 11, the Iraq War), other productions shifting the filmmaker s focus (Happy Feet and its sequel), and then by nature: things were all set to go for shooting in Broken Hill, Australia, when mass rains turned the landscape from something that looked like a post-apocalyptic wasteland into something more like FernGully. The movie did eventually shoot in Namibia, though, and after years in editing – overseen by Margaret Sixel, Miller s collaborator and wife, who would win an Oscar for the film – was released in 2015.The acclaim was instant and loud; the pain had been worth it. Critics hailed Miller s 30-years-later sequel to Beyond Thunderdome as a bold and visionary achievement, with a relentless energy and practically-achieved action sequences that were beyond anything they d seen before. (It is number one on our list of 140 Essential Action Movies.) In a bold move, Miller moved Max Rockatansky (once played by Mel Gibson, here played by Tom Hardy) into an almost-supporting role, with Charlize Theron the true lead as Imperator Furiosa, the warrior on a mission to free a group of enslaved wives from their master, the evil Immortan Joe (Hugh Keays-Byrne). Fury Road s themes are big and weighty, its engines loud and mighty, and its impact has been huge. Here, Miller talks us through the moment he got the idea for this movie about an endless desert chase, dealing with the setbacks that delayed it, and how he finally got started making his vision a kinetic reality. The idea was simple: What if there was a chase and what was at stake was very elemental and very human? “Ideas are banging around in your head all the time, and you keep pushing them away until some get more insistent. And that s exactly what happened with Mad Max: Fury Road. I remember specifically, I was in Los Angeles, and I was at a traffic crossing. When the light went green to cross, I was walking across the road, and this idea popped into my head about what eventually became this Fury Road. By the time I got to the other side, I said to myself, ‘No way. I don t want to do another Mad Max movie.’ And that s what it was. The idea was very, very simple: What if there was a chase and what was at stake was very elemental and very human? In the old Hitchcock sense, the MacGuffin has to be very human. I thought, ‘Well, the best thing would be for them to be five or six women, and initially it was five to seven women being chased across the wasteland, pursued by a warlord, and Max gets caught up in their story. So, cut to months later, I didn t give it another thought. I m on that long flight home from Los Angeles to Sydney. It s through the night over the Pacific and in those unguarded moments when you ve got nothing else to do, the story played out in my head, at least a good half of it. I remember thinking, ‘Holy cow, this could work out OK!’ I landed in Sydney, and I went to my colleagues and I said, ‘Look, I think there s another Mad Max sometime in the future.’ I didn t know that it would be such a long time – that was in the late ’90s. But like all good stories, they really do insist on being made in some way. It s Darwinian.”Miller wanted to make the stakes as high as possible, and so the cargo was human. (Photo by Jasin Boland/©Warner Bros. Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection) The only reason that it s five brides that are being chased by the warlord is that we couldn t fit seven into a car. “In the Indigenous culture [in Australia], which is the oldest continuous culture that we have on the planet, one of the creation stories, or the common creation stories, depending on which part [of the country] you go to, is the story of seven sisters escaping some male principal, and it s a malignant male principal. In the story, they help create the topography and all the nature around, and there s a variation of that story all over Australia. It s an oral tradition. It was only as an afterthought that I figured out, ‘Hey, wait a minute, we re telling that story.’ The only reason for us that it s five brides that are being chased by the warlord is that we couldn t fit seven into a car, we couldn t distribute all the detail of characters. We had to differentiate a lot of characters, and to try it with seven people would be more difficult.” We could do things we could never even dream of doing back 30 years before, when it was all analog and old-school. “I love action movies, I love chase movies. I think one could argue that they re the purest form of cinema, in the sense that the syntax of cinema was developed pre-sound. I m a big fan of the book written – I think back in the 60s or 70s – by Kevin Brownlow, The Parade s Gone By , where he said this new language that we call cinema, which everybody can read now, is basically sorted out before the advent of sound. Because the cameras and the sound equipment became quite cumbersome, it took a long time for them to become agile again and we could get a kinetic cinema. And so, I m very, very attracted to that. [Fury Road] was an opportunity to do basically three things: Number one, use a basic idea. Number two, to do a film that was almost constant action and see how much subtext, see how much people could read on the run. And the other big thing was, after 30 years, to be able to use the new technology available, new cameras, the new digital dispensation, so that we could do things we could never even dream of doing back 30 years before when it was all analog and old school, but yet still building on the skills we learned then.”The movie existed on thousands of storyboards before there was a script. (Photo by Jasin Boland/©Warner Bros. Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection) When you ve got something that is essentially not verbal and you re trying to be very specific with your film language, the storyboard is the best tool the film existed on 3,800 panels around the room. “The best way to render [an action movie] is not with the written word, but with storyboards. I remember when I first started making movies, I d board them first, because that was the most immediate representation of the movie and what was swirling around in your head. Then I would do a boarded screenplay and turn it into a screenplay. And I thought, Oh, this is an opportunity to do that. When you ve got something that is essentially not verbal and you re trying to be very, very specific with your film language, the storyboard is the best tool, at least for production. So after laying out the basic story, we boarded the film first. There was [co-writer] Brendan McCarthy, who serendipitously started to work on the film. There was [storyboard artist] Mark Sexton, and we all sat in a room and prepared all these boards. So in many ways, the film existed on a wall and 3,800 panels around the room. It was there always reminding me. Even when I was working on Happy Feet, I d walk into what I called the Mad Max room, and there it was. It was a present thing, it wasn t just in people s heads at that point. But then the first setback was 9/11, and everything closed down, everyone was uncertain. It was very difficult to get the equipment we wanted, that we couldn t get in Australia, and so on. Insurances went up.” We had unprecedented rains in Broken Hill. Instead of red harsh earth, we had basically a flower garden. “Warner Brothers had already seen [material for] Happy Feet, and they were saying, ‘Hey, listen, when can we do Happy Feet?’, which was also prepared at the same time. Once that happened, I said, ‘OK, let s get into Happy Feet.’ Well, that s four years gone right there. Then we got [Fury Road] up again, and then, I think it s probably well known, we had unprecedented rains in Broken Hill [the area in far west New South Wales, Australia, where Miller planned to shoot]. Instead of red harsh earth, we had basically a flower garden, which was wonderful. And Lake Eyre, where we wanted to shoot, was now full of fish and frogs and pelicans. I was very familiar with Broken Hill, of course, because we d shot Mad Max 2 there. But we had actually roads built, we had 150 vehicles there, our stunt crew was there. A lot of the stunts were prepared there. I mean, on the one hand, it was bad for Mad Max, but it was a wonderful thing to see, because what s right under the earth, for the want of rain, is this amazing, amazing color and flowers, and they grew to waist high. I ve got pictures of it. I remember driving along this dirt road and stepping off the road and filming. It went on for miles, just this lilac and purple and green, just went on for miles. So it was put off again. I finally ended up doing another Happy Feet, and then the planets aligned, and we went off and shot Fury Road.”The Moment:  Remember me? Fury Road is ultimately Furiosa s movie: It is she who drives the action and it is she who ultimately gets to annihilate the villain, Immortan Joe. The moment in which she does so may not be the most spectacular moment in a film full of visuals and stunts and violence that stun and dazzle, but it lingers for its ferocity and its intimacy – there is so much that is unsaid about their history and about the world of Mad Max when she simply says, Remember me?, and viciously kills Immortan. Miller here reveals that the line was not originally in the script, and was something Theron felt she wanted to say.Theron and Miller on the set of Mad Max: Fury Road. (Photo by Jasin Boland/©Warner Bros./Courtesy Everett Collection) She had all the attributes that Furiosa had, even though they re from completely different worlds. “The thing that was contraband [in Fury Road] was human, and it was five wives, or breeders as we called them, escaping a tyrant who sat on top of this dominant hierarchy. Their champion had to be a warrior. And if it was a male, it just wouldn t work: It would be one man theoretically stealing five wives from another man. It had to be a female warrior, and hence Furiosa. The very first person who came to mind was Charlize. First of all, she s got the acting chops. Secondly, she s not somebody given to vanity. She s already gifted by beauty, so she is very happy to go against that. But it goes much deeper than that. For instance, she was the one who said, ‘Look, I d really like her to have no hair. If she were serious, she wouldn t mess around with hair in the wasteland, with all the dust and so on. But beyond that, she s also someone who is very, very disciplined. She was trained in ballet and I know enough about ballet and dancers to know that they re very tough people physically and very disciplined, with fantastic memory; I think they call it muscle memory nowadays, but fantastic memory and real understanding of where their bodies are in time and space. I learnt that particularly from doing the Happy Feet movies. Charlize had that. And then her own history, the way she came from South Africa, her own family history. I know she went to New York, became a dancer, which is another tough milieu to work in. And then she went to L.A. when she got injured and so on. She had all the attributes that Furiosa had, even though they re from completely different worlds. And the theory proved correct of course, because she was Furiosa. I mean, stopped thinking about her as Charlize when we were out there in the heat and the dust and on those big vehicles. When she was driving them, I stopped thinking of her as Charlize and only saw her as the character.”Theron was the first person Miller wanted for the role of Furiosa. (Photo by Jasin Boland/©Warner Bros./Courtesy Everett Collection) She was determined to not do any action as if it were a female doing a man s job. She said, ‘If I m going to pick up a weapon, I want to shoot as if I m really experienced.’ “[Charlize would] walk out of the makeup van and roll around in the dust, just to get it in her skin and under her nails. Before we started the film, she said, ‘Look, I ve got to tell you something. I hate dust on my hands.’ She has some sort of aversion to it. And I said, ‘Well, what are we going to do? Should we have wipes and things?’ She said, ‘No, no, it s going to help me.’ The other thing she was determined to do was not do any action as if it were a female doing a man s job. She said, ‘If I m going to pick up a weapon, I want to shoot as if I m really experienced.’ She had an aversion to guns, but she was determined to do it. ‘If I run, if I walk, if I hit somebody…’ You see the way she does things. I mean, that headbutt at the end of the movie: they re difficult to pull off, and she just did it. I mean, she was scarily good in that scene.” We know that stuff happened [between them], but you can never be explicit about all that stuff. It would be an epic novel. “The film itself, there s a lot of iceberg under the tip. I think one of the great concerns about the film is whether people could read enough [from the visuals and sparse dialogue] to get the story. We were never very explicit about everything. We knew something happened [with Immortan and Furiosa]. Here is a world in which people are commodities. They have the brand of the Immortan on their back; everybody in this story, including Max, we have to assume, has the brand of the Immortan on his back. Furiosa has it when we first see her; it s on the back of her neck. And so we know that stuff happened, but you can never be explicit about all that stuff. It would be an epic novel. She is the one who finally in this…not so much a chase, but a race to get to the Citadel… she is the one who finds herself in the position closest to Immortan. And she uses this moment to hook this harpoon on his mask, which is a privilege in that world, because in some way that mask filters the toxic air, something available to him that others would not have. She takes that moment to say, ‘Remember me.’”Miller says Theron came up with the line, Remember me?! . (Photo by Jasin Boland/©Warner Bros./Courtesy Everett Collection) Charlize on that day said that she wanted to say the line. It wasn’t a written line It was a little pause before the brutality of the moment. “[The moment] carries a huge amount of meaning to the character, and it implies a lot of grievance about their backstory. We have hints of it, we could speculate as to what it might be, but we don t know at that moment all the details. But it therefore becomes somewhat allegorical. It could be all of those who have somehow had to struggle out of some sort of oppression at the hands of some tyrannical figure. She gets her vengeance in that moment, but the story of course is not done. And it s a moment by the way, I think, is available only to her. I don t think any other character could have done it. I remember the line. I remember Charlize on that day said that she wanted to say the line. It wasn’t a written line. She said, ‘Look, I feel like I really want to say it. OK by you?’ I said, ‘Great.’ It just hit a sweet spot in amongst that action, and it was a little pause before the brutality of the moment and the continuation of the action that was to come.”The Impact: A Landmark Action FilmFury Road was one of those rare films that felt like a classic the moment it was released; it did not need time to age well, and critics and audiences felt instinctively it was something special. Which explains the accolades: the movie won six Academy Awards, all for craft and technical categories, and was that rare action film to be nominated for Best Picture and Best Director. It made almost 0 million worldwide, which may not seem huge when compared to MCU box office numbers, but is a mighty haul for a non-superhero film – especially one as oddball and manic as this. But that s almost beside the point.Fury Road was singularly exciting. It was part of a franchise, sure – though one that had not been revisited since 1985 – but it felt wholly original and invigorating. At a time when CGI overload and repeated formulas had many lamenting a settling sense of sameness, and safeness, in blockbuster cinema, Miller and co. came in and blew everything up. They showed that a big-budget car-chase movie could feel as special and distinct as anything at your local arthouse cinema. No wonder recent news that three more Mad Max movies are on the way – including one centered on Furiosa – set the film world on fire. Let s just hope we don t have to wait 30 years to see them. We fade to black, and they started to clap, and they stopped. I thought, Why did they do that? “I remember the first time I saw the film complete with an audience. Believe it or not, the most striking thing was how fine the detail had to be to get something across. If you didn t pay attention to the smallest detail, then the cumulative effect of the film wasn t going to play out. There s a very stark example. At the end of the first chase, at the end of the storm… the film really basically builds to that and it ends act one. There s a flare, we go to black, and then basically we see Max covered in sand, and the new act begins. Now, I remember thinking, ‘Boy, if this film works, there should be a catharsis at the end of that, just welcoming the silence. And if we re lucky, they might even clap.’ I remember watching the film with the audience, and they were leaning into the movie. They seemed to be really caught up and following it. I mean, it s a visual music, and they re there following the concerto and the symphony. And we fade to black, and they started to clap, and they stopped. I thought, Why did they do that?’ I couldn t work it out until I realized what we d left was a little sustained note. We didn t go to complete silence, and it sustained across into the next scene. When the audience heard that, it was a cue for them that, ‘No, this is not over yet.’ So it was very, very simple. We just faded out to complete silence. Then the next screening we saw there was a very satisfying clap from the audience; they were basically allowed to clap simply because everything went silent after all this noise and fire and all the fury of what it followed. So that was the thing I remember most apart from the fact that people seemed to be really engaged, and we scored well, and all that sort of stuff.”Miller, Theron, and Nicholas Hoult attend the world premiere at the 68th Cannes Film Festival in 2015. (Photo by Stephane Cardinale/Corbis via Getty Images) The way I like to measure the worth of the film is for how long does it follow you out of the cinema? “I really don t believe you know what your film is until a long time after it s released. For instance, the first public screening was at the Cannes Film Festival. It wasn t opening night, I think it was the second night, and there was rousing applause and a standing ovation that went on for a long time. But that s a unique situation, because having been on the jury of the Cannes Film Festival, that s a very enthusiastic audience. It s almost as if, if you don t get a rousing reception if the film was well made, somehow it s a negative. So that was a false reading. The most accurate reading for me is to go to a full cinema, and pay for your ticket, and sit there in the audience and see it. It’s simply in a neutral way, in the way that people would turn up to see a movie, and that s the most accurate reading. I guess the way I like to measure the worth of the film is for how long does it follow you out of the cinema? If you ve forgotten it by the time you re in the car park, then perhaps it s not such a good movie. But if it stays with you for a long time and washes over you, then that s really great. The greatest films are the ones that stay with you for a lifetime. I mean, we ve all had films in our lives that we remember, whether from childhood, or at any time of our life, that somehow we can t forget. They become part almost of our own individual narrative, and the great films seem to do that.” He opened his shirt, and there on his chest he had tattooed the Immortan s branding. I thought, ‘Oh, God, he wasn t just being polite.' “I was in Japan doing some promotion on Fury Road, and there was a Japanese critic, English-speaking, who was just so insightful about the movie. He read all the things that I hoped were there, that we thought were there, but were never sure whether people could pick up on. I said, ‘How many times did you see the movie?’ He said, ‘Once.’ I said, ‘You got all that from just on one reading of the movie?’ And he said, ‘Yes.’ When the interview finished, he called me over to the side and he said, ‘Can I show you something?’ He opened his shirt, and there on his chest he had tattooed the Immortan s branding. I thought, ‘Oh, God, he wasn t just being polite. This movie did have a serious effect on him.’ He said, ‘It just encapsulated so much about who we are as human beings now and in the past.’ I thought, ‘Oh, God, gee, well, that s about the best compliment I could get.’ Not to say that people should get tattoos [of the film], but that was a very, very, very moving moment for me. He read the movie so well.”There are three more films set in the Mad Max world in the works. (Photo by Jasin Boland/©Warner Bros./Courtesy Everett Collection) Mad Max: Fury Road is a very dark look at the world, but ultimately it s a great forge on which to test humanity. “I didn t expect Fury Road, particularly during the make of it, to be so well received. It was a tough film to make. But more than that, I didn t think that there could be an action movie that would seem to have a lot of subtext, a lot of, as I say, iceberg under the tip. I realize now, that probably is why the film did have a resonance that people refer to. And I know that because I ve had two people come to me and say, Oh, I ve just had a newborn baby girl, and I m going to name her Furiosa.’ It s a humbling thing, because it says that you have a big responsibility as a storyteller. You can t be casual about your stories. They re narratives that become part of people s lives, or references to them. And we all have those. I mean, Mad Max: Fury Road is a very, very dark look at the world, but ultimately it s a great forge on which to test humanity. In other words, in our world, in, say, the more comfortable first world, the unusual events are the darker, more malevolent behaviors of individuals. In the world of Mad Max, the positive regard for other people, acts of kindness, or the giving of oneself, are the exceptions. They shine like light in the darkness. Not wanting to get too cliché, but they become the exception, and therefore we learn a little bit more about that. So when Nux, the warrior, finally gets to do the one thing he s wanted to do all his life and drive the rig and realizes that he has to crash that rig at the end, well, that s a heroic act. When Max, the blood bag, wanting more than anything to be free, actually gives his blood to the dying Furiosa, that’s an act in which he relinquishes self-interest. It s a heroic act.”Mad Max: Fury Road was released May 15, 2015. 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GLADD Hands Out New Honors(Photo by JoJo Whilden/FX)The second wave of winners of this year’s GLAAD Media Awards, which honor media for their fair, accurate, and inclusive representations of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) community and the issues that affect their lives, were announced this week. The organization named Pose the year’s Outstanding Drama Series, and The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story as Outstanding TV Movie or Limited Series. The “Trans Rights Under Attack” episode of Full Frontal With Samantha Bee won Outstanding Variety or Talk Show Episode, and Don Lemon of CNN won for Outstanding TV Journalism Segment while CBS Sunday Morning won for Outstanding TV Journalism—Newsmagazine for a segment on conversion therapy. Netflix’s Elite and Univision’s Mi marido tiene más familia tied for Outstanding Scripted Television Series (Spanish-Language). Bravo’s Andy Cohen won the Vito Russo Award (honoring an openly LGBTQ media professional working for LGBTQ acceptance). Vida and Queer Eye were previously honored at a ceremony in Los Angeles.Stranger Things Lawsuit Dropped(Photo by Netflix)A plagiarism lawsuit involving Stranger Things creators Matt and Ross Duffer was dropped just days before it was set to go to trial. Charles Kessler had sued the Duffers and Netflix, alleging they’d stolen an idea for a TV show he’d pitched them at a cocktail party in 2014, but withdrew his suit on May 5. The trial was scheduled to begin May 7.“After hearing the deposition testimony this week of the legal expert I hired, it is now apparent to me that, whatever I may have believed in the past, my work had nothing to do with the creation of Stranger Things,” Kessler said in a statement.A Spine-Tingling Bah Humbug, with Guy Pearce and Andy Serkis(Photo by Robert Viglasky/FX)Guy Pearce is set to headline an upcoming three-part adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol as Ebenezer Scrooge. The joint production between FX and BBC One will also star Andy Serkis as the Ghost of Christmas Past, Stephen Graham as Jacob Marley, Charlotte Riley as Lottie, Joe Alwyn as Bob Cratchit, Vinette Robinson as Mary Cratchit, Rutger Hauer as the Ghost of Christmas Future, Kayvan Novak as Ali Baba, and Lenny Rush as Tim Cratchit. Per the official announcement, this will be a “unique and original” take on the classic and a “haunting, hallucinatory, spine-tingling immersion into Scrooge’s dark night of the soul. Steven Knight (Taboo, Peaky Blinders) will write and Nick Murphy (The Awakening) will direct, and the series will premiere in December on FX.CBS Has Censored This Content(Photo by Patrick Harbron/CBS)Last week’s episode of CBS All Access’ The Good Fight touched on censorship — so when, in the place where the show’s weekly animated musical segment would go (yes, that is a thing, and yes, it completely works in context), a black screen reading “CBS HAS CENSORED THIS CONTACT” was inserted instead, many viewers thought it was a joke relating to the overall theme of the episode.It wasn’t. According to The New Yorker, CBS really did censor the short, which was called “Banned In China” and dealt with “the way that media companies censor content.” The Good Fight showrunners threatened to quit in protest, but inserted the censorship chyron instead as a compromise.More Casting News(Photo by Daniel Power/The CW)Riverdale is losing a main cast member, but that’s actually a good thing. Ashleigh Murray, a.k.a. singer/songwriter Josie McCoy, is leaving the CW series to be a series regular on another CW series: the Riverdale spinoff Katy Keene. The new series follows the titular character (an aspiring fashion designer played by Pretty Little Liars’ Lucy Hale) and her new friend Josie (Murray, as her Riverdale character), who arrives in New York City to pursue a music career.Hilary Swank will executive produce and star in Netflix’s new space drama Away, about an astronaut who leads an international space exhibition on a treacherous mission. Former E.R. star Anthony Edwards will star alongside Kiefer Sutherland in the third season of Netflix’s resurrected Designated Survivor. Amandla Stenberg will costar alongside Andre Holland in Damien Chazelle’s Netflix series The Eddy. She’ll play Julie, the teenage daughter of Holland’s character “who suddenly shows up in Paris and forces him to face his past,” per Netflix. Also on Netflix, Kristin Scott Thomas will play Mrs. Danvers in the streaming service’s upcoming adaptation of Rebecca, joining Lily James and Armie Hammer in the project.Paget Brewster is set to headline a new animated Adult Swim series: She’ll play the titular character in Birdgirl, a Harvey Birdman spinoff that will feature Brewster’s character juggling work responsibilities as a CEO by day and superhero by night (and sometimes afternoon).The new season of anthology series Manhunt, which is moving from Discovery Channel to Spectrum, will chronicle the hunt for the man who bombed the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. Jack Huston is set to play the criminal mastermind who planned the deadly bombing, Eric Rudolph, while Cameron Britton will play Richard Jewell, who discovered the bomb and saved hundreds of people — and was falsely charged with planting the bomb. Season 2 is called Manhunt: Lone Wolf, while season 1 was titled Manhunt: Unabomber, and followed the hunt to find Ted Kaczynski.She’s Alive, Dammit!, And Interactive(Photo by Eric Liebowitz / Netflix)Season 4 of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt just wasn’t enough for Netflix. Tina Fey announced that the series, which ended in late 2018 after four seasons, will get its very own interactive special (a la Black Mirror’s Bandersnatch) set to debut in 2020.“Fans will be able to make choices on behalf of our characters, taking different story paths with, of course, different jokes,” the creator said in a statement. “I think it’s a great fit for our show and will be a great way to officially complete the series.”Development Update(Photo by HBO)ABC Studios has signed 2 Dope Queens star Phoebe Robinson to a multi-year deal in which the comedian and podcast host will write and star in projects for the studio. We’ve wanted to be in business with Phoebe since the very first time we heard the 2 Dope Queens podcast. Her humor, unique point of view and her incredibly fresh, authentic talent are huge assets for us; we couldn’t be more thrilled that she’s joining our studio,” studio president Patrick Moran said in a statement.Black-ish creator Kenya Barris has announced his first project under his new Netflix deal: Black Excellence, a comedy in which Barris will star alongside Rashida Jones. According to its official description, the series will “pull the curtain back and reboot the ‘family sitcom’ in a way we’ve never seen before.”Crazy Rich Asians director Jon M. Chu has signed a four-year deal to develop new projects with 20th Century Fox Television, the TV studio recently acquired by Disney after the Fox merger. According to Deadline, Chu will develop, executive produce, and possibly direct new projects for the studio. The deal is reportedly worth somewhere in the “mid-seven figures.”Move over, Marvel: The company behind Netflix’s The Umbrella Academy, Dark Horse Entertainment, has signed a new deal that gives the streaming service first crack at adapting the company’s comics and other properties.Comedy Central is starting its own studio. Comedy Central Productions will produce original content with some of the network’s top talent, including Broad City veterans Paul W. Downs and Lucia Aniello; Beetlejuice musical writer Anthony King; Klepper and Daily Show executive producer Stuart Miller; and the production company behind Inside Amy Schumer and I Think You Should Leave With Tim Robinson, Irony Point.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
为了给普通玩家减少压力,《天地劫》手游也做过很多尝试,比如活动副本中加入可助战的强力NPC,让新入坑的低等级玩家也能有机会获得奖励。但这种善意并没有获得较普遍的好评,新手玩家还是会产生“不能马上获得”的焦虑感,而喜欢挑战的硬核玩家又嫌弃游戏越来越“简单”。
在手游成为业绩大头的情况下,包括腾讯在内的许多厂商毅然选择了手游,但最近多端互通的《原神》的成功,或许为腾讯的下一步部署提供了重要的参考。毕竟对于游戏龙头腾讯而言,其身上雄厚的资金实力和资源,足以支撑其再造一个打通全端的大型游戏,而这正是解决中国PC市场困境的一个绝佳方法。
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ROR体育官方下载 (Photo by Andrew Cooper / © Columbia Pictures )The nominations for the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards were announced this Wednesday, and with them, awards season is coming into sharper focus.Once America Ferrera and Danai Gurira read the full list, the big winners on the film side were Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, Bombshell, and The Irishman, with four nominations each. Bombshell pulled off a particular feat, with each of its main three stars – Charlize Theron, Margot Robbie, and Nicole Kidman – nominated; The Irishman was not able to pull off the same trifecta, with Robert De Niro snubbed, as he was in the Golden Globe nominations, while Al Pacino and Joe Pesci earned nods for their supporting roles. (De Niro can content himself with being selected for the Lifetime Achievement Award.)Also notable on the film side: the lack of nominations for indie films. While Parasite became only the second foreign-language film to earn a nomination for its ensemble in the Outstanding Cast category, movies like Uncut Gems and The Farewell were ignored, with Adam Sandler and Awkwafina particularly conspicuous absences. Also surprising: Zero love for heavily favored awards contenders 1917 and Little Women, the latter of which was expected to put a dent in the lead and supporting actress categories.Reason to be nervous for some? Perhaps. The Screen Actors Guild represents a large chunk of the body that votes for the Academy Awards. But, as we saw last year when Regina King missed a SAG nom but went on to win an Oscar, the SAG awards are not always an essential stepping stone to Oscar glory.On the TV side, Game of Thrones is getting more love from the Screen Actors Guild than it did from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, nabbing noms for ensemble, stunt work, and for Peter Dinklage. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel received the most nominations, with four, while The Morning Show showed itself to be an awards player, picking up noms for Jennifer Aniston, Billy Crudup, and Steve Carrell.The winners will be revealed in a ceremony airing live on TNT and TBS, Sunday, January 19, 2020 at 8 p.m. Eastern/5 p.m. Pacific. Read on for the full list of nominees.Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role in a Motion Picture

(Photo by George Pimentel/Getty Images)When Rotten Tomatoes spoke to Rob Morgan during his Just Mercy press run, we described the interview as a victory lap, of sorts. Morgan was humbled about the description (“Aww thank you. Rotten Tomatoes for the win, baby.”) The description is apt: Morgan has had a busy 2019. He ended his run as Turk Barrett, the connective tissue of the Marvel Netflix Universe. Not to lag behind, Morgan began doing the film festival circuit with two heavy hitters. The first was he Joe Talbot-directed The Last Black Man in San Francisco, which premiered at 2019 Sundance Film Festival and in which he plays Jimmie Fails’ father James Sr. The second was the Destin Daniel Cretton-directed Just Mercy, based on the book by Bryan Stevenson, which premiered at 2019 Toronto International Film Festival.Morgan has become known as a scene-stealer, playing understated but impactful roles. As Herbert Richardson in Just Mercy, he commands attention in one pivotal scene in which we follow Richardson in his routine before his execution. It’s equally disturbing and mesmerizing, with Morgan acutely tapping into the emotion of a man who knows his end is near.We spoke to Morgan about that scene, how he doesn’t lose himself in his roles, what he has coming in future projects, and his skill in industry relationship building: “My most high-profile work comes from directors want to work with me.”(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)Joi Childs for Rotten Tomatoes: How did you prepare for the role of Herbert Richardson in Just Mercy? Especially that heart-stopping scene as he prepares for his execution?Rob Morgan: Well, Herbert Richardson, he actually was executed, so I didn t really have live footage to go off of. I had two pictures of him, and I would just stare into his pictures and stare into his eyes and try to download his spirit. Bryan Stevenson wrote a phenomenal book, Just Mercy, and it was filled with all kinds of information that helped me tap into Herbert’s spirit. And also, just my everyday experience as a Black man in America, I get information that informs me in ways that I can parallel my own life with Herbert Richardson. Maybe not to the high degree of being on death row, but I can still parallel some of his oppressive conditions with my own, just walking around in this society. So, I took a lot of that in my imagination, and when Destin [Daniel Cretton] said action, that s what we came up with.RT: Your characters in Just Mercy, The Last Black Man in San Francisco, and Mudbound have the common thread of living through hard times. When you give these understated but powerful performances, how do you avoid losing yourself too much?Morgan: I trained with the American Theatre of Harlem, and by the grace of God, that was my foundation to understanding the art of storytelling and understanding that I m blessed to be in a play. I m not showing up to do brain surgery. I m not showing up to cure cancer, but I m showing up to play and give voice to the voiceless. I love who I am as a person. So, I love my lifestyle. I love playing chess, you know? I love fumbling around on the guitar, I love being present with people. So, I don t lose myself so much, because I love who I am. It s a skill of being able to go in and understand that I m doing this for a slice of time compared to somebody that actually had to live this for their whole life. They couldn t stop when they said cut. They couldn t take the outfit off, you know, like, Hap Jackson, the sharecropper I played in Mudbound.(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)You know, my grandfather, he had that lifestyle, so I was able to tap into my grandfather. I actually used his name in the movie, I ad-libbed because I was pulling from him so much. I know these people and these people are in me. So, I used the ability to tap in when I need to to tell those stories. But at the same time, I love who I am enough that when they say cut, I m able to come back and be Rob Morgan.RT: Let’s pivot to something a little lighter: You truly are the connective tissue of the Marvel Netflix Universe. What motivated you to continue to be a part of all those series, even in small moments?Morgan: Well, I mean, Julie Schubert, a casting director in New York City, called me in to audition, and they seemed to have liked my take. And the character Turk Barrett is actually written as one of the only characters that goes in and out of the whole universe. He was so much more in the actual comic book world that we didn t get a chance to explore, but I pretty much just showed up when they called my name. When they said, “Hey, Rob, we got a scene for Turk. Come through,” that s when I showed up. Yeah, I mean it was a fun experience. I didn t realize how the fan base was just so heavy. You know, I get recognized for Turk Barrett probably more than any of my other roles, even more than the Stranger Things role. But yeah, I just auditioned, tried to be an actor to get a job, and fortunately, they liked my personality and style and saw what I could bring to the character, and I just showed up when they called me.(Photo by Jake Giles Netter / © Warner Bros.)RT: You have a busy 2020 with three anticipated films: The Photograph, Cut Throat City, and Greyhound. Can you speak about the projects?Morgan: [For The Photograph] Man, that was a great project to be a part of. And for them to trust me with the character, I was completely honored. I think Issa Rae has a great finger on the pulse of getting good content out there. So, I thought it was just a win-win situation to be working with that caliber of visionaries and storytellers, you know, of our time. And my man, James Lopez, who was one of the producers, he gave me the thumbs up on Stella Meghie. Again, Stella Meghie, the director of the movie, she had all these options, and she was like, “Scratch all these names off. Get me Rob Morgan.” That s really how that happened, too, again. My most high profile work comes from directors who want to work with me. That s how I got that, too. Stella Meghie was basically like, “Nope, I don t want to see none of these people. Show me Rob Morgan.” And I went and met with her, we clicked, and I got the job.Cut Throat City, William Clevinger is one of the producers. Kyle Tekiela was one of those producers on Mudbound, so they were familiar with my work. The project came up, my window of opportunity was open, and they squeezed me in. I thought it was a treat to work with some hip hop royalty. I feel like [RZA is] a successful composer of music in films, and then for him to go into his directorial thing, I wanted to be there and support the brother. And he trusted me with his vision, and it was kind of like a powerhouse cast movie, because you got Wesley Snipes, Isaiah Washington, you got Denzel Whitaker. I mean, you got, like, Eiza González, you know, you got so many heavy hitters in this movie, it’s like, “Hey, man, I’d love to come down there and play with them.” You got TI in the movie, you know, Tyron Woodley from the UFC. So, it felt like one of those movies that was just going to have a huge market of eyes on it. Where it s at right now, I don t know. I think it s coming in South by Southwest I m not sure but I don t know where the movie is now.[For Greyhound], to work with Tom Hanks and to see how open and giving he is as such an A-list actor, it just shows you how it’s not the heaviest stuff we do. Tom Hanks, when you meet him, he’s a such a cheerful, open, giving, fun guy. You would imagine this star that’s been in our living room for 20-plus years would have this kind of personality, but he s still a beautiful, giving human being. And it was a real treat to work with Tom Hanks. And now, when he sees me, he’s like, “Rob!” I’m like, “Tom!” It s like, “Wow, I actually can call Tom Hanks a friend.” So, yeah, it was beautiful.RT: Last question: What’s your personal secret to building relationships in this industry, especially with an expansive resume like yours?Morgan: I always say my work is my best agent. My work is my best PR. And that s basically how I get around it; I get the work I get by just people seeing my work.Just Mercy is in theaters everywhere January 10. In the latest episode of ‘Vs’ two of the greatest actors of their generation go head-to-head for ultimate thespian supremacy. Will it be Tom Hanks, the man who has been to the moon, survived on a desert island, and conducted the Polar Express? Or Denzel Washington, on whom King Kong has absolutely nothing? Our host Mark Ellis is keeping score across rounds that include box office performance, Tomatometer and Audience Score, the characters they’ve played, plus a wild-card category that could decide the ultimate winner. Don’t agree with the verdict? Come at us like a Hurricane in the comments.Thumbnail image: ParamountOn an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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