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亚博全网APP采用百度引擎1(Baidu 1)上线至今,《摩尔庄园》手游在商业上成功是显而易见的,“打情怀牌、设计核心玩法、制造热点”的策略也颇具成效。但是,过度商业化、内容丰富度不足和底层优化堪忧(美术建模劣质、卡顿、bug、闪退)等问题都会让玩家对游戏的长线运营产生怀疑,继而口碑暴跌。

1. 亚博全网APP
私单一般是指广告主自己找过来,或者你找过去接的单子。小游戏一般是按照万播来结算,25-30元一万播放。还有一些是按单条视频多少钱来算。手游一般是按多少下载、或者多少充值来算,有些也是按单条数来算。有些做游戏主播做得好的,一场手游直播下来,能结算个二三十万也不在少数,这也是为什么很多人一直在做手游直播的原因了,但这块竞争也非常大。 Join us for a deep discussion of John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum, the movie many critics say is the most ambitious and inventive in the series. Host Mark Ellis, Beyond the Trailer host and creator Grace Randolph, Rotten Tomatoes editor Alex Vo, and John Wick: Chapter 3 stunt coordinator Scott Rogers break down the movie kick-by-kick, headshot-by-headshot, and tackle the big questions: How good is Halle Berry? Which is the best fight scene? And should there be a Chapter 4. Watch it above and let us know what you thought of John Wick: Chapter 3 Parabellum in the comments.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
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2. 公平游戏环境
虽然英雄联盟端游是很多人的青春,但是大家不得不承认,LOLM之所以在前段时间刚上线时那么火,和好奇LOLM的王者玩家脱不开关系。但是王者玩家应该都在游戏中,或多或少地遭遇过,LOL端游玩家,玩手游看不起王者玩家的情况。这种地图歧视外加游戏歧视在很久之前就有了,当时是端游玩家看不起手游玩家,现在LOLM手游上线之后,这种情况也变本加厉。本以为官方会制止这种行为出现,但没想到这次直接官方下场了。亚博全网APP其实作为一款MMO手游,很多玩家最担心的一点就是套用之前成功游戏前辈的模子,复刻进自己的游戏玩法,但《天谕》手游显然没有这样敷衍,为了表现出网易自己的实力,也为了体现出全新的技术,游戏不仅把游戏的玩法扩展到了云端和深海,还采用了许多超前端的技术,把游戏的表现力提升到了一个全新的层次。

3. 激战团竞模式
以平民玩家的角度玩过的,感觉比较良心的手游有崩坏三,原神,光遇,还有王者荣耀等比较看技术操作的游戏,不像某些游戏,零氪和低氪玩家只能成为游戏世界的背景板,跟不上进度,整天看别人各种秀,没有什么参与感,玩个游戏还要被人按照战力划分三六九等,这不是我玩游戏的初衷。

4. 呼朋唤友 随心所欲
(Photo by Warner Bros. courtesy Everett Collection)There were a handful of forgettable war-related films released in 1999: The General’s Daughter, All The King’s Men, the Robin Williams-starrer Jakob The Liar. And then there was Three Kings (Certified Fresh at 94%), part action comedy, part heist movie, and 20 years later, still holding up as one of the best and most subversive war films ever made.Directed with adrenalized panache by David O. Russell (Silver Linings Playbook, American Hustle), Three Kings followed on the heels of Steven Spielberg’s heroic 1998 WWII epic Saving Private Ryan, which canonized the sacrifices made by the Greatest Generation. But Russell had no such patriotic flag to wave. Like Catch-22, Three Kings satirically probes the insanities of war; like Apocalypse Now, it revels in surreal set pieces and sharp visual juxtapositions; like M*A*S*H, it mixes black humor with moral complexity.Its heroes are reluctant ones, soldiers who start out consumed by their own self-interest until forced by untenable circumstances to take a moral stand.IT HAS A KILLER VISUAL LOOKInspired by color photos of the war that appeared in newspapers at the time, Russell and his cinematographer, Newton Thomas Siegel, devised a saturated, blown-out look for the Iraqi desert (actually Arizona) in the film. They increased the contrast and graininess and bypassed the bleaching stage of the film process, giving the desert landscape a foreboding, surreal look, which set the visual template for other films about contemporary wars that followed. The Iraqi village was designed by production designer Catherine Hardwicke, who served the same role on films like Tombstone and Tank Girl and would go on to direct the first Twilight and Lords Of Dogtown.IT MAKES ASTUTE POLITICAL POINTS WITHOUT BEING PREACHY(Photo by Warner Bros. courtesy Everett Collection)Russell exposes the hypocrisy of American foreign policy in the Middle East and indicts the Bush Administration for its abandonment of anti-Saddam insurgents – whom the U.S. had encouraged to rise up against the Iraqi dictator – all without pedantic speeches or heavy-handed scenes. The soldiers who steal back the Kuwaiti gold from Saddam – George Clooney, Ice Cube, Mark Wahlberg, and Being John Malkovich director Spike Jonze – spend the latter part of the film, at great risk to themselves, helping a group of insurgents reach the Iranian border, foreshadowing the refugee crisis of future wars to come.IT HAS THE MOTHER OF ALL INTERROGATION SCENESWhat’s a good war movie without at least one hard-to-watch interrogation scene? Most of these scenes tend to follow a simple formula: someone, usually a soldier, is captured behind enemy lines and tortured for information. But the scene between Moroccan actor Saïd Taghmaoui as an Iraqi army officer and Mark Wahlberg as the captured American soldier gets up close and personal in a way few of these scenes manage to.While the Iraqi does torture Wahlberg s character with electric shocks, he’s no faceless sadist; our sympathies are engaged when we learn he’s lost his young son and daughter to American bombing raids. But the capper comes when Taghmaoui forces oil down Wahlberg’s throat, a searing indictment on what many felt was the real point of America’s intervention in Kuwait: to protect its oil reserves in the Middle East.IT’S THE FIRST WAR FILM TO SHOW GRAPHICALLY WHAT A BULLET CAN DO TO THE HUMAN BODYRussell was concerned about viewers being anesthetized to gun violence; his answer was to give the audience the uniquely visceral experience of how a bullet traumatizes the human body. In the scene, Clooney lectures his men: What makes any gunshot wound bad, provided you survive the bullet, is something called sepsis. Say a bullet tears into you right now. It creates a cavity of dead tissue, the cavity fills up with bile and bacteria, and you’re f ed. As the soldiers listen, the camera tracks a bullet as it smashes into the body, tearing through flesh and filling the organs with bile.While doing press for the film, Russell grew so irritated with a reporter’s questions that he made up a story about how the bullet scene was done using a real corpse. Needless to say, the studio did not find it funny.IT TRANSFORMED GEORGE CLOONEY’S CAREERIn 1999, Clooney was still playing a doctor on NBC’s hit TV show E.R. After the disappointment of 1997 s Batman Robin (11% on the Tomatometer), he was desperate for meatier roles in prestige projects.  In particular, he wanted the role of Three Kings’ disillusioned Special Forces Major Archie Gate (it didn’t hurt that Warner Bros., who produced Three Kings, also produced E.R.), but his relationship with Russell was volatile from the start. The weather on set in Arizona was hot, and the shoot proved to be chaotic. Clooney would often show up on set only to find that Russell had completely rewritten his scenes. As recounted on Slate.com, the two famously came to blows after Clooney objected to Russell physically manhandling an extra on the set.Nevertheless, the film helped to cement Clooney as a leading man, as he jumped to starring roles in The Perfect Storm and O Brother, Where Art Thou? Late in Three Kings, after Jonze is killed and Wahlberg is wounded by a sniper, he even gets an E.R. moment, placing a flutter valve in Wahlberg’s chest to allow air to escape from a punctured lung.Three Kings opened on October 1, 1999.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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使用強大的百度引擎7建构,提供丰富详尽的资讯、逼真的特效和广阔的HD地图,营造出惊人的战术动作游戏体验。高品质音讯和3D音效让您身心完全投入枪火轰鸣的火热战斗。

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7.33.4 8月喜迎With John Wick: Chapter 3 Parabellum unleashed into theaters last week– and currently sitting pretty, and bloody, at 88% on the Tomatometer, with John Wick: Chapter 4 just announced – we wanted to know which action movie franchises have the highest Tomatometer averages ever. So, we did a deep Tomatometer dive into over 80 action franchises and found 12 Fresh series that punched, kicked, and sprinted their way ahead of the pack.Since John Wick: Chapter 3 Parabellum is the third film in the Wick saga, we decided to focus on action franchises with at least three Tomatometer-rated films that told a continuous story. We split up the Spider-Man, Planet of the Apes, James Bond, and Batman franchises into chunks, as they had multiple directors, reboots, and often happened in different universes. For example, we looked at the Sean Connery Bond films as a separate entity from the Daniel Craig Bond films, and the Christopher Nolan Batman films as separate from the 1980s and 90s movies; we did however include Fury Road with the original Mad Max trilogy, as it centers on the same Max – albeit played by a different actor – and is directed by George Miller. Also: sci-fi, fantasy, and animated films were out; superhero flicks were in.Basically, we were hoping for an eclectic list and we got one!Will Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Trilogy be ranked higher than Steven Spielberg’s Indiana Jones franchise? Can any action franchise defeat Miller’s Mad Max quartet? How in the hell is Mission Impossible not on this list?! (Sorry, blame the just Fresh first Mission Impossible, and the Rotten Mission Impossible 2.) Check out the list below and let us know which action franchises you love in the comments.12. Iron Man (2008 2013)(Photo by @ Paramount)Tomatometer Average: 81.7%Movies: Iron Man (2008) 94%, Iron Man 2 (2010) 72%, Iron Man 3 (2013) 79%Highest Rated Film: Iron Man (2008) 94%Lowest Rated Film: Iron Man 2 (2010) 72%In 2008, the Jon Favreau-directed Iron Man became a smash hit that was beloved by critics and audiences alike. The 93% Tomatometer-rated film featured Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark, a “genius, billionaire, playboy, philanthropist” who becomes the superhero Iron Man, and it kicked off the Marvel Cinematic Universe. So, it s significant. Less significant, though still very well regarded, are the movie s two Certified Fresh follow-ups: Iron Man 2, also directed by Favreau, and Shane Black s Iron Man 3. The sequels couldn’t recapture the Tomatometer heights of the first film, but they were box office blockbusters – Iron Man 3 is the seventh highest-grossing MCU movie, just behind Captain Marvel – with high enough Tomatometer scores to land the franchise at the 12th spot on our list.11. Spider-Man (2002 2007)Tomatometer Average: 82%Movies: Spider-Man (2002) 90%, Spider-Man 2 (2004) 93%, Spider-Man 3 (2007) 63%Highest Rated Film: Spider-Man 2 (2004) 93%Lowest Rated film: Spider-Man 3 (2007) 63%With all the superhero films that have been released since 2002, it’s easy to forget how popular Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy was in the 2000s. In 2002, the 90% Tomatometer-rated Spider-Man was a massive success that cleared 0 million in its opening weekend (which was huge at the time) and introduced us to Tobey Maguire’s amazingly earnest take on the popular web-slinger. It was followed up by the 93% Tomatometer-rated Spider-Man 2, which is one of the most critically beloved sequels of all time. The franchise took a bit of dip in 2007, with Spider-Man 3 – OK, a bit might be understating it. However, its Fresh score of 63% was just enough to ensure its placement in this list. Cue dancing Emo Spidey!10. Jackie Chan’s Police Story (1985 1996)(Photo by Courtesy the Everett Collection)Tomatometer Average: 84.5%Movies: Police Story (1985) 93%, Jackie Chan's Police Story 2 (1988) 83%, Supercop (1992) 96%, Jackie Chan's First Strike (1996) 57%Highest Rated Film: Supercop (1992) 96%Lowest Rated Film:Jackie Chan's First Strike (1996) 57%An action movie list without a Jackie Chan film wouldn’t feel right. Kicking off in 1985, Chan directed Police Story, which introduced the world to Sergeant Chan Ka-Kui (Chan), an incredibly likable and athletic cop who engages in the greatest shopping mall fight ever. The acclaimed Police Story 2 (92% on the Tomatometer) was also a huge success and featured the greatest playground fight ever (are you sensing a trend?). Basically, the four core Police Story movies starring Jackie Chan feature all-time great action scenes – made great because of the brilliance of Chan and his commitment to hurting himself to entertain audiences. (Note, while Supercop was released in 1992, it didn t get a theatrical release in the U.S. until 1996.)9. Sean Connery Bond Films (1962 1971)Tomatometer Average: 85.3%Movies: Dr. No (1962) 95%, From Russia With Love (1963) 95%, Goldfinger (1964) 99%, Thunderball (1965) 87%, You Only Live Twice (1967) 73%, Diamonds Are Forever (1971) 64%Highest Rated Film: Goldfinger (1964) 99%Lowest Rated Film: Diamonds Are Forever (1971) 64%Bond. Sean Connery’s James Bond. The action world was changed forever when Dr. No was released in 1962. The movie, Certified Fresh at 96%, was an adaptation of Ian Fleming’s spy novel and the first to feature Sean Connery as the smooth-talking badass who traveled the world, killed with ease, and wooed way too many women. Peaking with the classic 97% Tomatometer-rated Goldfinger, Connery s six Bond films set a new standard for action in the 1960s, shooting on location around the world and featuring a “hero” who had a literal license to kill.8. Ip Man (2010 2016)(Photo by © Well Go USA / courtesy Everett Collection)Tomatometer Average: 86.3%Movies: Ip Man (2008) 86%, Yip Man 2 (2010) 97%, Ip Man 3 (2015) 76%Highest Rated: Yip Man 2 (2010) 97%Lowest Rated: Ip Man 3 (2015) 76%Many non-action film fans may only know Ip Man star Donnie Yen from Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, XXX: Return of Xander Cage, or Blade 2. However, Yen is an action icon who has been hurting onscreen henchmen since the early 1990s. That’s why it’s awesome to include on this list the Wilson Yip-directed Ip Man franchise, which tells the story of Ip Man, the famous martial artist who mentored Bruce Lee and is considered the grandfather of the Kung Fu hybrid Wing Chun. The trilogy of films have allowed Yen to engage in some truly wicked brawls that showcase his martial arts prowess and ability to learn an insane amount of fight choreography. (Note, we are not including this year s, Master Z: Ip Man legacy, as it does not feature Yen and is a spin-off set in the same universe rather than directly part of the series.)7. Indiana Jones (1981 2008)Tomatometer Average: 86.5%Movies: Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) 95%, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984) 84%, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989) 88%, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008) 78%Highest Rated: Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) 95%Lowest Rated: Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008) 78%We know many people think Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, the fourth entry in the Indiana Jones franchise, nuked the goodwill of the original trilogy. However, its Certified Fresh 78% Tomatometer score got the franchise to swing into the top 10 where it deserves to be — so it’s not all bad. Harrison Ford’s portrayal of the archaeologist who spends his days teaching college students and weekends globetrotting to deadly locations in hunt of ancient artifacts, still feels fresh and full of charm. It also helps that Steven Spielberg directed all four movies and loaded them with action-packed set pieces, memorable characters, and some very twisted moments – yes, this is a family flick featuring hearts being pulled from people’s chests.6. The Avengers (2012 2019)Tomatometer Average: 86.5%Movies: Marvel's the Avengers (2012) 91%, Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) 76%, Avengers: Infinity War (2018) 85%, Avengers: Endgame (2019) 94%Highest Rated: Avengers: Endgame (2019) 94%Lowest Rated: Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) 76%The Avengers franchise made the pointy end of the list because of the two critically beloved blockbusters that bookend the franchise. Joss Whedon’s Marvel’s The Avengers, 92% on the Tomatometer, was a massive blockbuster that proved a movie featuring the Marvel Cinematic Universe s mightiest heroes could be funny, surprising, and most importantly, capable of giving every superhero a moment to shine (except for the zombie Hawkeye thing). Most recently, the Russos-directed Avengers: Endgame pulled off an equally impressive feat by giving what feels like 7,000 characters something to do in a narrative that makes logical sense. And it s the highest-rated movie in the franchise, Certified Fresh at 95%.5. Captain America (2011 2016)(Photo by @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, @ Marvel Studios)Tomatometer Average: 87%Movies: Captain America: The First Avenger (2011) 80%, Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014) 90%, Captain America: Civil War (2016) 90%Highest Rated: Captain America: Civil War (2016) 90%Lowest Rated: Captain America: The First Avenger (2011) 80%The Captain America franchise kicked off in 2012 with the Certified Fresh Captain America: The First Avenger, 80% on the Tomatometer. The Joe Johnston-directed superhero origin story struck a chord with audiences who loved its nostalgic vibe – Johnston directed The Rocketeer and it showed – and lead performance by Chris Evans. But, it wasn’t until 2014 that the Russo brothers’ Captain America: The Winter Soldier (90% on the Tomatometer) propelled the franchise into the critical elite. The Russos struck gold again in 2016 with the Captain America: Civil War; its Tomatometer score of 91% makes Captain America the only superhero franchise to have its Tomatometer score improve with each installment.4. John Wick (2014 2019)Tomatometer Average: 88%Movies: John Wick (2014) 86%, John Wick: Chapter 2 (2017) 89%, John Wick: Chapter 3 -- Parabellum (2019) 89%Highest Rated: John Wick: Chapter 2 (2017) 89%Lowest Rated: John Wick (2014) 86%Much like the immortal Keanu Reeves, the John Wick franchise keeps getting better with age. Kicking off in 2014, the 86% Tomatometer-rated John Wick introduced the world to an unstoppable assassin who wiped out hundreds of well-groomed henchman in his quest to get revenge on the people who killed his adorable puppy. His quest for revenge lead him to the 89% and 88%-Tomatometer rated John Wick: Chapter 2 and John Wick: Chapter 3 Parabellum, which also feature him killing hundreds of well-groomed henchman and assassins who want him dead. Guided by director Chad Stahelski (and co-director David Leitch for the first film), the trilogy has remained incredibly consistent, and we’re hoping the duo of Stahelski and Reeves keeps up the high-scoring work when Chapter 4 is released in 2021.3. Rise of the Planet of the Apes (2011 2017)(Photo by © 20th Century Fox Film Corp. )Tomatometer Average: 88.3%Movies: Rise of the Planet of the Apes (2011) 82%, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (2014) 90%, War for the Planet of the Apes (2017) 94%Highest Rated: War for the Planet of the Apes (2017) 94%Lowest Rated: Rise of the Planet of the Apes (2011) 82%OK, so we re bending the no sci-fi rule here a touch, given the technology to enhance apes intelligence doesn t yet exist. But, aside from that, this series is kept relatively grounded (or, at least, tree-bound). Director Rupert Wyatt kicked off the Apes reboot trilogy with Rise of the Planet of the Apes (2011), which set up the heroic journey of Caesar (another incredible performance-capture performance from Andy Serkis). The successful prequel/reboot was followed up by the even more successful Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (90%) and War for the Planet of the Apes (93%), which continued Caesar s story, and gave thousands of visual effects artists plenty of work. Matt Reeves directed the two later films, and his insistence of shooting at actual locations, instead of sound stages, made the films look authentic, real, and dangerous. Between the large battles, incredible CGI and committed performances, this trilogy was an inventive, action-packed surprise.2. The Dark Knight (2005 2012)Tomatometer Average: 88.3%Movies: Batman Begins (2005) 84%, The Dark Knight (2008) 94%, The Dark Knight Rises (2012) 87%Highest Rated: The Dark Knight (2008) 94%Lowest Rated: Batman Begins (2005) 84%*The Dark Knight Trilogy and the Rise of the Planet of the Apes Trilogy both have 88.3% Tomatometer averages. The Dark Knight Trilogy has a higher ranking because it has more reviews (967 897).Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Trilogy is the highest Tomatometer-rated superhero franchise ever – impressive, considering expectations were low for 2005’s Batman Begins after Batman Robin put a freeze on the franchise in 1997. However, DC fans and audiences soon learned that Nolan was the right person to guide Batman through three films that took on a grittier tone, featured beautiful cinematography, and gave the world an all-time-great performance by Heath Ledger as the Joker in The Dark Knight. Ledger’s portrayal won him a posthumous Academy Award in 2009 and helped people realize that superhero movies could also be taken ‘so serious.’1. Mad Max (1979 2015)Tomatometer Average: 91.25%Movies: Mad Max (1979) 90%, Mad Max 2 (1981) 94%, Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome (1985) 80%, Mad Max: Fury Road (2015) 97%Highest Rated: Mad Max 2 (1981) 94%Lowest Rated: Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome (1985) 80%George Miller’s Mad Max trilogy featuring Mel Gibson as the titular Max, is a perfect example of  a handmade action franchise. The mayhem in the Mad Max world felt primal (and feral), which is a testament to Miller’s direction and a fearless crew who didn’t mind blowing up dozens of vehicles. If you haven’t seen Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior, Certified Fresh at 98%, we totally recommend it. Why? Not only is it the highest Tomatometer-rated movie featured in this entire list, it also features one of the greatest vehicular chase scenes ever made.Let us know about you favorite action movie franchises in the comments! Also, how in the heck is the Blade trilogy Rotten?Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
玩家们还记不记得英雄联盟手游在9月初曾经有过一次公测的公告?公告中说会在9月14日开启测试,笔者当时也预约了游戏,但是一直没有拿到测试资格,后来等到9月9号公测又变成了删档测试,代号“金克斯”,当时还有不少玩家期待游戏会在中秋节上线,不过也一直没有消息,国庆节假期也过去了,游戏还是没有公测的消息。
The coffee cup that stole Game of Thrones spotlight on Sunday night might have dominated the conversation on Twitter, but it looks like most of the first critics to review The Last of the Starks either missed the cup s cameo or were too enthralled with that dramatic dinner scene to care.In a statement released later, the network said: “In response to inquiries from those who saw a craft services coffee cup in Sunday night’s episode of Game of Thrones, HBO states, The latte that appeared in the episode was a mistake. Daenerys had ordered an herbal tea. ”News from Winterfell.The latte that appeared in the episode was a mistake. #Daenerys had ordered an herbal tea. pic.twitter.com/ypowxGgQRl Game of Thrones (@GameOfThrones) May 6, 2019(Photo by HBO)Update: By Tuesday, the cup was scrubbed from the scene in the streaming version.Despite the cup s explosion on the Twitter-verse, with the controversy trending under Starbucks cup (though HBO indicates the cup was a craft services item), critics weren t distracted by the contemporary set piece in last night s episode. Instead, some critics were captivated for positive reasons, but many others — not so much.The eighth and final season of Game of Thrones 89% is not faring as well as its predecessors. Granted, the season just passed its halfway mark, but it s still scoring about 10% lower than any season before. After Sunday s The Last of the Starks, season 8 is hanging in the 80th percentile — every other season is at 91% or higher on the Tomatometer. Still, season 8 is well on its way to being Certified Fresh. (The final two episodes would have to have dancing Starbucks cups to fully derail the season.)Last week, The Long Night drew criticism for its darkness, the lack of consequential deaths, and that the battle literally lasted only one night. At 74%, it became the second-lowest ranking Game of Thrones episode ever. But now, it appears that title will be taken by episode 4 — and that now-infamous Starbucks cup.(Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images for AFI; HBO)This week s The Last of the Starks is even lower on the Tomatometer, currently at 63% with 63 reviews so far (updated at 2:45 p.m. PT on May 6). And that s despite a cameo by the series showrunners D.B. Weiss and David Benioff (pictured above at a 2018 event and in costume in the episode) in the feasting scene. The only episode ranked lower than these two most recent installments is season 6 s Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken and it s Rotten.Read on to find out what critics had to say about season 8 Episode 4: "The Last of the Starks" 58%.First Impressions (Photo by Helen Sloan/HBO)Odd oversight of letting in a Starbucks cup cameo — Dominic Patten, DeadlineWell, at least no one will complain about the darkness in this latest Game of Thrones episode. — Verne Gay, NewsdayLast week was an emotional rollercoaster and tonight took us off the track! — Jamie Broadnax, Black Girl NerdsMaybe we don t have a hero on this show anymore, at least not in the game for the Iron Throne. — Dave Gonzales, ThrillistRead more: Sex, Death and Relationship Drama Feature in Game of Thrones The Last of the Starks Top Moments A Little Out of Character?(Photo by Helen Sloan/HBO)Not every character- or plot-based story decision feels earned, but at least the rapid momentum toward the series’ end has kept the eyes of Game of Thrones somewhat on the present, however volatile and fatal it may be. — Steve Greene, indieWireCharacter-driven errors were committed and the war for the Iron Throne ignited in a highly emotional and often devastating episode — have there ever been so many tears and kisses and hugs on this show? — James Hibberd, Entertainment WeeklyThe Jon/Dany conflict cuts to the heart of Game of Thrones‘ biggest problems in its final few seasons – in its zeal to set up these foregone conclusions, they’ve had to roll back significant character development to do so. — Clint Worthington, The SpoolCritics Predict It ll All Come Down to Dany, Cersei, and Sansa(Photo by Helen Sloan/HBO)We’re only a week past the deadly Battle of Winterfell, and Daenerys has already reached the sixth stage of grief: world domination. — Kimberly Roots, TV LineThis is an interesting episode because Daenerys is so bad in so many ways throughout, and yet she s also clearly not as vile as Cersei. — Erik Kain, ForbesHolding within herself the power for acts of desperation, grasping need, human connection, and inhuman cruelty, Cersei represents the show at its most painfully complicated. She’s back in full force for the show’s last two episodes — just in time. — Daniel D Addario, VarietyIt’s obvious now from the conversation among the characters and the closeups of Clarke, Sophie Turner, who plays Sansa Stark, and Lena Headey, who plays Cersei Lannister, that the battle for the Iron Throne will come down to these three women. — Robert Rorke, New York PostWho Do Critics Want to See Win the Iron Throne?(Photo by Helen Sloan/HBO)For the first time, I know who I’d like to see on the Iron Throne at the end: Sansa. I think she’d be a great Queen. I want to see Tyrion at one of her sides and Arya at the other. Maybe it’s time to place my bets? — Leona Laurie, Geek Girl AuthorityI’m afraid Jon Snow — sorry, Aegon Targaryen — is going to somehow stumble his way onto the Iron Throne. Yes, I do mean accidentally bumbling his way onto it, like he bumbles absolutely everything else, and everyone will just yell, “King in the south!” If that happens, I’m going to riot. — Tasha Robinson, The VergeRead more: All Game of Thrones Episodes, Ranked by TomatometerFinal Verdict? Complaints Outnumber Raves(Photo by Helen Sloan/HBO)As has been the pattern for two seasons now, the episode was filled with lapses in logic that were too irritating to ignore, plus a plague of idiocy on the part of most of its supposed heroes. — Kelly Lawler, USA TodayIt was a bad week for the Dragon Queen, the latest in a fairly regular string of tragedy and indignity that began roughly when she started hanging out with Jon and doesn’t suggest much in the way of a happy ending. — Jeremy Egner, New York TimesAs impressive as last week s spectacle was, none of it felt as engaging as this week s smaller moments of politicking and intrigue of Tyrion and Varys contemplating treason. — Stephen Kelly, BBC.comI suspect that when we all look back on the final season of “Game of Thrones” with the benefit of some hindsight (and when some of us are not in the position of speed-writing recaps late on a Sunday night), the pacing of these final six episodes is going to seem at least a little off But in the moment, I was delighted to see all of these characters loose and wonderfully, vitally alive. — Alyssa Rosenberg, Washington PostGame of Thrones airs Sundays at 9 p.m. on HBO.

从内容大方向而言,摩尔手游的核心玩法不明确;缺乏持久核心留存力;休闲玩法大多为相似性内容,冗赘堆积下仿若缝合怪;后期游戏的长线盈利能力疲弱,时装饰品难不断有“更”美、“更”漂亮……这些问题其实并非摩尔手游新出现的一些核心问题了,而是在前车可鉴的情况下,仍然重走着摩尔页游的老路。
以《上古卷轴:刀锋》为代表的欧美硬核RPG手游能否突破中国RPG手游的包围圈?伴随着游戏的正式上线,我们很快将可以看到这款产品在中国市场的表现。
近些年,手游已经狂风席卷般划拉走了游戏界的半边天,而且是无可撼动的半边天,因为什么?方便啊,你坐地铁总不能抱个电脑lol,在能把包子挤没,油条变饼的地铁新时期,电脑渣渣都不剩。
(Photo by Youngkyu Park)Netflix s Top 10 Shows and Movies Right NowUpdated October 11, 2021What s trending on Netflix this week?The shows and movies most popular on Netflix according to their subscribers are found on the service, but that’s only part of the story. Fans spend more time on their favorite Netflix series and movies than just the time spent binging them; they also read up on titles background and critical standing on Rotten Tomatoes own pages. We ve made a list of the top 10 movies and shows on Netflix U.S. that our visitors have been reading about over the seven days ending October 10.Also Recommended: • The Best Netflix Shows and Series To Watch• The Best Netflix Movies To Watch Right NowKorean thriller Squid Game remains at the top of our list for the third straight week, further demonstrating Netflix s ability to create mega-hits of international programming, regardless of language.For more evidence of just that, see the rest of this week s top 10, which also sees the Japanese science-fiction drama Alice in Borderland and Danish crime thriller The Chestnut Man proving popular with audiences, while Spanish hit Money Heist moves up No. 9.The Guilty, Midnight Mass, and Maid hold onto their top 5 positions in our list of most popular Netflix shows and movies of the past week, with controversial Dave Chappelle comedy special Closer arriving at No. 5.Looking for more great TV and streaming recommendations? Pre-order our upcoming book, The Ultimate Binge Guide, releasing this fall.Is your favorite Netflix show or series on the Netflix Top 10 list? Let us know in the comments what you re watching on Netflix right now.
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A teenage Wednesday Addams will use her powers as a detective in a streaming show directed by Tim Burton. Plus, upcoming premieres from Apple TV+ and AMC Networks, including a new Stephen King series and a series adaptation of best-selling book The Mosquito Coast, and more of the week s top TV and streaming news.TOP STORYTim Burton Will Direct Wednesday, About The Addams Family Daughter, for Netflix(Photo by David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images)Tim Burton is making his directorial TV debut with a spin-off of The Addams Family. Wednesday will revolve around The Addams Family daughter, Wednesday Addams, the scene stealer played by Lisa Loring in the original 1964-65 series, and by Christina Ricci in the 1991 and 1993 Addams Family movies.Series creators Al Gough and Miles Millar (Smallville) will act as showrunners for Wednesday, an eight-episode series that will feature the moody Addams as a teen.Netflix describes Wednesday as “a sleuthing, supernaturally infused mystery charting Wednesday Addams’ years as a student at Nevermore Academy.” She “attempts to master her emerging psychic ability, thwart a monstrous killing spree that has terrorized the local town, and solve the supernatural mystery that embroiled her parents 25 years ago” while also trying to juggle complicated relationships with her fellow Nevermore students.J.J. Abrams Producing a New Constantine Drama at HBO Max (Photo by DC Comics)NBC’s adaptation of the DC Comics series Constantine lasted just one season, but HBO Max is taking its own shot at the property, for a series that will be produced by J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot.The series will focus on the British detective and exorcist as a young London resident. Unlike the 2014-15 series that starred Matt Ryan as John Constantine, the HBO Max version will be a darker take on the character, Deadline reports.Author and new screenwriter Guy Bolton wrote the pilot for the new series, and Bad Robot plans to open a writers room in March. The character of Constantine has previously appeared in The CW’s Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow, played by Matt Ryan in both series. Keanu Reeves played the character in the 2005 Constantine movie.Lisey s Story from Stephen King and J.J. Abram s Bad Robot Gets a Summer Premiere and More From Apple TV+Stephen King’s books are go-to favorites for movie and TV adaptions. But the prolific author has a particular affinity for Lisey’s Story, the 2006 psychological novel he wrote after his wife, author Tabitha King, cleared out his office as he recovered from double pneumonia. The story, which he is adapting as an Apple TV+ miniseries starring Julianne Moore and Clive Owen, follows the widow of a famous novelist. It flashes from the present, as she processes her grief by cleaning out his writing area, to the past when her husband was still alive. A series of upsetting events result in her questioning moments of their relationship that she’d blocked out.“Lisey’s Story means a lot to me because it s the one that I love best. It’s a story about love and marriage and creative impulse and it’s also got a kick-ass villain in it,” King told journalists on Friday at Apple TV+’s Television Critics Association press day.(He also stressed that these characters are works of fiction and that they should not necessarily be compared to his own marriage).Directed by Pablo Larraín and also starring Joan Allen, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Dane DeHaan, and Ron Cephas Jones, the summer 2021 release is the latest partnership between King and Abrams’ Bad Robot, which also produced Hulu’s Castle Rock and 11/22/63.In regard to whether any of his work is “unfilmable” either for TV or movies, King told journalists that wasn t the case from his perspective as the writer, but that directors and producers might feel differently. He also revealed that he and Abrams had talked “a lot about a possible anthology called Tiny Horrors. We got really, kind of, down and dirty about it, and we talked about things that were really, really scary.”The second installment of Apple TV+’s Mythic Quest premieres May 7. The dark comedy about the video game design industry will take on new adventures beyond the characters’ hit game from season 1, Raven s Banquet. And, despite the show itself garnering attention for producing a quarantine special (and also experiencing COVID-19 outbreaks among its crew members), the new season will be set in a post-quarantine world where most everyone is returning to work at the office.Co-creator and star Rob McElhenney told journalists during the Apple TV+ TCA press day that there will be a changing dynamic between his character, Ian, and his newly promoted co-creative director Poppy (Charlotte Nicdao) — as opposed to, he said, the characters on his other show, FXX’s It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, “where the characters remain exactly the same and never grow or change or learn anything for 15 years.”“This is the kind of show where the characters are going to evolve and their relationships are going to evolve,” McElhenney said. “Ian and Poppy’s relationship has always been at the center of show, and yet, it can t always just be this one-note combative relationship … the only way that this is going to work — and has worked in the past and will continue to work in the in the present — is to recognize that it is a fully realized three dimensional relationship that has its ups and it has its downs.”– Whitney Friedlander

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亚博全网APP (Photo by Columbia Pictures)Disney remained in full dominance at the box office this weekend, though Quentin Tarantino had the biggest opening of his career and a shot at his fourth 0 million grosser.King of the Crop(Photo by © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)No surprise that Disney’s The Lion King was able to hold on to the No. 1 slot this week. Even with a 60 percent drop, the animated film was still able to haul in million. That is the ninth-best second weekend of all time, and with 3 million in the bank it is good enough for eighth place after ten days of release. Incredibles 2 last year had 9.7 million and the live-action Beauty and the Beast was at 9 million in 2017. They now move down to ninth and tenth all-time. All signs right now suggest Jon Favreau’s redo is headed north of 0 million domestic. It is over 2 million worldwide to date and already 47th on the all-time chart.Once Upon a Time…Generally, films about Hollywood and the industry do not draw the same reactions from the public as they do from critics and people in the know. Comedies such as Tropic Thunder, Get Shorty, and Bowfinger have done well enough, but more inside baseball stuff about the business, like Ed Wood and Hail, Caesar!, have not exactly attracted major interest. But throw in two of the most recognizable names in front of the camera and a third behind it and all of a sudden you have Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, which earned the biggest opening of Quentin Tarantino’s career with .35 million. Better even than his last go-round with Brad Pitt in August 2009 when Inglourious Basterds opened to .05 million. However, it may be the other star that is the true secret sauce.Leonardo DiCaprio is as safe a bet these days in casting original projects. Directors like Martin Scorsese and Christopher Nolan help, but the Oscar winner also elevated Baz Luhrmann and Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu to the biggest successes of their careers as well. DiCaprio’s last four films (including his supporting turn in Django Unchained) have grossed 6 million or higher. Go back a full decade to 2010 and you can make the streak six out of seven (with Clint Eastwood’s J. Edgar being the sole outlier with just .3 million total). Inception (.7 million), The Great Gatsby ( million), and Shutter Island ( million) all opened higher, but that just means that Once Upon a Time is the fourth-best opener of DiCaprio’s career, just as it is Pitt’s. World War Z (.4 million), Mr. Mrs. Smith (.3 million), and Troy (.8 million) all opened higher. Pitt has had ten 0 million grossers as either a lead or co-lead. If you count Django, then DiCaprio has had ten as well. An opening like this certainly gives both actors a chance to take those numbers to 11.The Top Ten And Beyond(Photo by Sony Pictures)Spider-Man: Far From Home crossed the billion-dollar line worldwide this week; it is the first Spidey film to do so. With 4 million after 27 days, the film overall is still right in line with 0 million grosser The Hunger Games and still a bit ahead of 2002’s Spider-Man. However, its fourth weekend of .2 million is well behind the respective million and .5 million fourth weekends of those films, so it is fading a bit faster. Transformers: Dark of the Moon posted a million fourth weekend as well, and finished with 2 million. Far From Home is still about million ahead of that film’s place and is likely headed somewhere in the vicinity of Spider-Man 2’s 3 million. Worldwide it is currently the 32nd-best earner of all time and seems on track to pass Skyfall’s .108 billion and become Sony’s highest-grossing film ever.Toy Story 4 is going to cross 0 million domestic next weekend, and after 38 days is the 18th-highest grosser ever. Its .8 million sixth weekend is better than 11 of the top 20 films on that list, and looks ready to finish north of 5 million. That will help get the film over a billion as it currently stands as the 56th-highest-grossing film ever worldwide. Ahead of it at the moment, globally, is Disney’s live-action Aladdin, which, with .009 billion in the bank, is the 39th-highest-grosser ever.Finally, in limited release news, Lulu Wang’s The Farewell — still brandishing a perfect 100% on the Tomatometer — made it into the Top Ten this weekend. It is the first film not in wide release to hit the top ten since the weekend of Mar. 22-24 when No Manches Frida 2 grossed .77 million in 472 theaters. The Farewell is only in 135 theaters nationwide and grossed .55 million this weekend. How does that stack up to similar releases? That is better than A24’s Eighth Grade did last summer when it expanded to 158 theaters in weekend three and grossed .26 million. When Revolutionary Road jumped to the same number of theaters in its third weekend, it grossed .42 million that week and went on to gross .91 million total. Among a sample of some of the more successful indie releases between 125-150 theaters at this point, The Farewell is not quite up to the heights of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon or Midnight In Paris, but with .6 million after 17 days it is ahead of all the rest of them, including such notable titles as There Will Be Blood, Boogie Nights, and Thank You For Smoking. Next weekend’s nationwide expansion will paint a larger picture.This Time Last Year(Photo by © Paramount)It was Tom Cruise and Mission: Impossible – Fallout handily leading the way with a .23 million opening. That was more than the next five films in the top ten combined, including the disappointing bow for Teen Titans Go! To The Movies, which only began with .41 million. Both films were very well-liked with critics, scoring 97% and 91%, respectively. Last year’s entire Top Ten averaged 71% on the Tomatometer and the Top Ten grossed 3.33 million; just the 42nd-best among July weekends since 1990. This year’s Top Ten averaged 73.7% on the Tomatometer and grossed a total of 2.52 million, only the 34th best.On the Vine: Hobbs Shaw Hopes For Spinoff SuccessFor the third week in a row Hollywood is delivering just a single new wide release into theaters and it could be another big one. Fast Furious Presents: Hobbs Shaw hopes to explode next week after the previous three films in the franchise opened to million or higher. Will Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham’s partnership draw the loyal fanbase to similar numbers? Also next week, A24 expands Lulu Wang’s The Farewell nationwide. And look for other well-received Sundance fare in limited release, including Luce (95%) with Naomi Watts, Octavia Spencer, and Kelvin Harrison Jr., as well as Jennifer Kent’s follow-up to

还不如研究研究如何设置,才能让自己的手机更好地适配新游戏。随着时代的发展,智能手机的功能越来越齐全,在手机上畅玩各类游戏变得越来越方便,很多玩家都喜欢上了这种能够随时随地享受游戏的快乐。游戏厂商们自然不会放过这个商机,开始不断推出各种类型的手游。但是要说在国内,哪款手游比较受大众欢迎呢?那必然是《王者荣耀》。作为手游界竞技类游戏的先行者,它拥有着全网最多的粉丝。 (Photo by Claudette Barius/Universal Pictures)The SXSW Conference has announced its features lineup, adding to the previously announced opening night film US, Jordan Peele s follow up to his winning mega-hit Get Out. Film, interactive, episodic, and immersive media all converge during the 10-day film conference, known for Texas-sized crowds and raucous reactions, in March. Last year s opener, A Quiet Place, parlayed a glowing SXSW reaction into a 0 million juggernaut, and Us, we would assume, hopes for the same. This initial release of films is already stacked with a number of festival favorites like Seth Rogan and Matthew McConaughey and new offerings from first-time filmmakers Olivia Wilde and Logan-Marshall Green.In the documentary section, lookout for Stuffed, which chronicles the surprising world of taxidermy, and Running with Beto, a behind-the-scenes look at Beto O Rourke s 2018 breakaway campaign to unseat Ted Cruz in the US Senate. Not to be overlooked is the impressive Episodic slate, which has become a premier stop for new and continuing series. A highlight this year is Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement s hotly anticipated What We Do in the Shadows series, an episodic continuation of their cult feature of the same name. Last year, HBO built an entire town to recreate Westworld in the Lone Star State, and with the final season of Game of Thrones premiering in April, don t be surprised if a larger-than-life installation pops up in the streets of Austin. The Headliners section and the Narrative Spotlight section include new films featuring Seth Rogen, Charlize Theron, Lupita Nyong o, and Winston Duke, and those titles are joined by SXSW regulars Jay Duplass, Ethan Hawke, and Robert Rodriguez.Films screening in Festival Favorites, Midnighters, Shorts, Virtual Cinema, Episodic Pilot Competition, Title Design Competition, Music Videos, and late-breaking Features will be announced on February 6. Read up on the full of SXSW Film Slate below:NARRATIVE FEATURE COMPETITIONAliceDirector/Screenwriter: Josephine MackerrasCast: Emilie Piponnier, Martin Swabey, Chloe BorehamShe did everything right until it all went wrong. (World Premiere)Extra OrdinaryDirectors/Screenwriters: Mike Ahern, Enda LoughmanCast: Maeve Higgins, Barry Ward, Will Forte, Claudia DohertyRose, a mostly sweet and mostly lonely small-town driving instructor, must use her supernatural talent to save the daughter of Martin (also mostly sweet and lonely), from a washed-up rockstar who is using her in a satanic pact that will reignite his fame. (World Premiere)Go Back to ChinaDirector/Screenwriter: Emily TingCast: Anna Akana, Richard Ng, Lynn Chen, Kelly Hu, Kendy Cheung, Aviva WangAfter spoiled rich girl Sasha Li (Anna Akana) blows through half of her trust fund, she is cut off by her father (Richard Ng) and forced to go back to China and work for the family toy business. (World Premiere)Mickey and the BearDirector/Screenwriter: Annabelle AttanasioCast: Camila Morrone, James Badge Dale, Calvin Demba, Ben Rosenfield, Rebecca HendersonFaced with the responsibility to take care of her addict, veteran father, headstrong teen Mickey Peck keeps her household afloat. When she has the opportunity to leave for good, she must choose between familial obligation and personal fulfillment. (World Premiere)Ms. White LightDirector/Screenwriter: Paul ShoulbergCast: Roberta Colindrez, John Ortiz, Judith Light, Carson Meyer, Zachary SpicerLex Cordova s business is dying. She has a unique ability to connect with her clients that are terminally ill. It s just everyone else that she has a problem with. Valerie is a no bullshit woman who loves living her life. Her only way out is thru Lex. (World Premiere)(Photo by Sam Probst)Pig HagDirectors: Sam Probst, Colby HoltScreenwriter: Colby HoltCast: Anna T Schlegel, Tony Jaksha, Pete Zias, Michael Henry, Nate Stoner, Maxwell Esposito, Amanda DeSimone, Alex Myerchin, Andrew KudlaJodie, a woman in her mid-thirties, struggles with the pressure to find a partner and have children. When she attends a Guns N Roses concert, she thinks she may have met a potential match — until he immediately ghosts on her. (World Premiere)PornoDirector: Keola RacelaScreenwriters: Matt Black, Laurence VannicelliCast: Evan Daves, Larry Saperstein, Jillian Mueller, Glenn Stott, Robert Tann, Bill Phillips, Katelyn Pearce, Peter ReznikoffWhen a group of naive teens working at a movie theater in a small Christ

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Ever since Jason Momoa (Aquaman) played fictional warrior chieftain Khal Drogo, leader of a tribe of 40,000 Dothraki horsemen on Game of Thrones, the actor has used his clout to tell stories of Native American tribes — in modern day on the series The Red Road or movie Road to Paloma, or in a historical setting on Netflix series Frontier.His Apple TV+ series See is set 600 years from today, and the tribes that exist in this fictional future have lived through a global pandemic that decimated humankind and left survivors blind. Despite the differences between See’s tribes and Native American tribes, Momoa saw parallels.Take an in-depth look at See with these seven these things we learned about the series from Momoa, other cast members, and director Francis Lawrence.1. THE TRIBES OF THE OLD WEST ARE REBORN ON SEE(Photo by Apple TV+)Momoa confirmed that it’s no coincidence the survivors of See divided into tribes. He said See creator Steven Knight conceived the tribes like a classic Western.“When I first talked to Steven Knight, he is really, really fascinated with all the Native American cultures, like all the tribes,” Momoa told Rotten Tomatoes. “He really wanted to make a Western almost in the sense of having Comanches, Apaches, and all the different types of tribes like the Payans and the Alkenny.”Momoa s Baba Voss is a warrior of the Alkenny tribe, which is subject to oppression by the rulers of the Payan kingdom. “I think it stems out to all different types of tribes and not just to the Native [American] culture,” Momoa continued. “I think we cross over a lot of things in this. Just by eliminating vision, you re eliminating racism. You re eliminating color and you can sense a lot more evil than good when you re down to senses smell, touch, and feel.”2. THE ALKENNY TRIBE REFLECTS THEIR LAND(Photo by Apple TV+)The Alkenny live in the mountains high above other tribes. They’ve set up rope trails in the woods along the hills and rock barricades to keep other tribes out. The land they inhabit speaks volumes about the character of the Alkenny, even though they never mention it.Lawrence, who directed the last three Hunger Games movies, directed the first three episodes of See, and established the world of the show. Lawrence said he and Knight decided where the tribes came from first and that determined their tribal aspects.“Most of the decisions that we made for any given tribe were where they were geographically, and starting to think about how they might live and what they might have at their disposal based on geography,” Lawrence said. “So the Alkenny at the beginning of the show is a mountain tribe, and so everything we sort of designed for them was just based really on geography.”Voss is the Alkenny’s military leader. Paris (Alfre Woodard) is a more peaceful Alkenny elder. Woodard said if you stick with See, you’ll see that not all tribes are as culturally evolved as the Alkenny.“We d like to think that we are the most civilized, enlightened, highly developed,” Woodard said. “Some of the other tribes that you’re going to meet if you watch all the way through the eight episodes — people are making love, making war, having babies, doing life.”3. THE PAYANS RULE WITH AN IRON, AND ELECTRIC, FIST(Photo by Apple TV+.)Sylvia Hoeks plays Queen Kane, ruler of the Payan kingdom, which has electricity, and she lords over the other tribes.“She uses the turbines as gods voices,” Hoeks said. “In episode 2, one of the lords tells me the gods now only sing with two voices. That means that one turbine is broken and that means that she is losing power. So her way of ruling is very much by distance. People shouldn t come near, because then they ll feel how emotional she really is and how vulnerable she really is.”Viewers can see the differences between the industrial Payan world and the natural Alkenny world. Kane is also so paranoid, she’s installed noisemakers in every room so she can always hear if someone is coming. If other tribes want access to her electricity, they have to pay. Tamacti Jun, played by Christian Camargo, is the Royal Tax Collector and Witchfinder General who collects for Kane.“This is sort of the largest of the ruling class really, her and the Payans,” Camargo said. “There s not that many people on the planet in this story. I think the total is two million in the whole world left, after this virus sweeps through. So these monarchies are very powerful, because there s a limited supply of humans. And they re all very dependent on her because she runs the energy, the God flame, the power. So it s extremely manipulative, in a way.”5. A BLIND MAN TAUGHT THE SEE ACTORS HOW NOT TO SEE(Photo by Apple TV+)Joseph A. Strechay was See’s blindness consultant for the sighted actors. Lawrence said in a press conference that many of the cast members had to break sighted habits, like nodding when someone else talks, because blind people wouldn’t nod to other blind people.Hera Hilmar, who plays Voss’s wife Maghra, copped to nodding.“I definitely once nodded,” Hilmar said. “I feel like maybe there s a sort of slight going into a nod that might be in the show. Maybe that lives still in our muscle memory 600 years from now up to a point.”Even Momoa struggled to unlearn sighted habits.“I got called out a lot,” Momoa said. “Hera s really good. It s tough because you can see when you focus and you know it. You can t focus in on anything. You literally have to see this and this has to all go fuzzy. You have to take it all in and you can t really be in one spot.”6. TWO ALKENNY CAN SEE, BUT IT S A SECRET(Photo by Apple TV+)It has been 600 years since anyone could see, so when Kofun (Archie Madekwe) and Haniwa (Nesta Cooper) are born with sight, they keep it secret. Voss keeps their secret too, fearing how people like Kane might use them if she knew they could see.“The Alkenny are more of a hidden tribe,” Cooper said. “They don t really go out and mesh with the other tribes or villages in the area. They re very, very rooted in their culture and their customs and rituals. They re also a very religious tribe as well.”Madekwe added, “The appreciation as well for those customs and rituals and that idea of community and stuff, that s what my character has learned to hold most dear to him. That s where Kofun and me were different.”You might never see it on the show, but Cooper thought about what Haniwa’s childhood might have been like. Even if she could see, she’d have to play with friends who couldn’t and couldn’t know she could see.“When we went through I blindness training, we all were like, ‘OK, what kind of games do you think we played when we were younger? What were songs that we sang that our mother sang to us when we were sad? What happens when a person passes away in the Alkenny?’” Cooper speculated. “These are all things that we all were trying to figure out together.”7. THE ALKENNY ARE NOT ALONE IN THE WOODS(Photo by Apple TV+)The premiere of See showed what a formidable force the Alkenny are in battle, fending off an enemy tribe. It’s not only invaders who threaten the Alkenny. There are still all the dangers of the forest, as Voss finds out when he has to stand his ground against a bear. “I had to get off of work and then go train with bear many times. He s very cute and cozy: ‘Come here, brother,’” Momoa said with a bear-cuddling gesture. “It was amazing. He s huge. He s nine-foot tall when he stands on his feet, hind legs.”If anyone in the insurance department is reading this, Lawrence was adamant that Momoa did not actually wrestle the bear. “No, Jason could not actually touch the bear,” Lawrence said. “The trainer could touch the bear. The bear was actually quite friendly, which made filming that sequence much more difficult than I wanted it to be, because the bear was a little lazy, a little grumpy, and sort of friendly. So it made it hard for it to look as aggressive as I wanted.”Four episodes of See are now available on Apple TV+.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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