Who is superhero cinema’s ultimate genius, billionaire, playboy, philanthropist? The wise-cracking tech head who took down Thanos? Or the reclusive, brooding, vengeful detective who looks as good in a tux as he does zipping between the buildings of Gotham? In our latest episode of Vs., Rotten Tomatoes Contributing Editor Mark Ellis is pitting the MCU’s Iron Man against DC’s Dark Knight, comparing their box office pull, Tomatometer and Audience Scores, and the quality and inventiveness of their gadgets, all to declare who is the superior super-powered scion.As always, if you don t agree with our choice of winner, let us have it in the comments. 168手游网冈格尼尔新游福利群：520与志同道合传奇世界手游是谁的小伙伴一起打游戏，新游必有不卖的角色激活码，新服必定领永功夫熊猫手游好号久雷神有礼包，以满足玩家各种断罪之翼需求为准则，期待二战国cf手游首次战你的加入!
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(Photo by Courtesy the Cannes Film Festival)The crowds have bid au revoir to the 72nd annual Cannes Film Festival, where films about inequality and injustice, as well as some avant-garde horror, riveted audiences. This year s jury, led by Birdman director Alejandro González Iñárritu, bestowed the golden laurels of the Palme d Or (the festival s top prize) on Snowpiercer director Bong Joon-ho s Parasite. Joon-ho s Palme d Or win for his twisty social satire follows Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda s 2018 win for Shoplifters, making him the third Asian director to take home the top prize and the first Korean filmmaker. The runner-up prize, the Grand Prix, also made history when actress-turned-director Mati Diop won for her debut film Atlantique, becoming the first Black female director to be awarded a competition prize. (It was a second coup for Diop, who made history when she became the first Black female director to be selected in competition).Elsewhere, our rumored next Batman, Robert Pattinson, continued his run of stellar indie performances and sparked early Oscar talk for his turn alongside co-star Willem Dafoe in the black-and-white horror tale, The Lighthouse. It was one of several films that critics are betting will make a deep run this awards season, along with Quentin Tarantino s Once Upon A Time in Hollywood, Rocketman, and Pedro Almodóvar s Pain and Glory, for which Antonio Banderas was named best actor.Here are the seven buzziest films we saw at Cannes 2019; you’ll definitely want to check them out when they reach theaters near you or land on streaming.Atlantics (2019) 95%
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Perhaps the cruelest twist in the series so far concerns Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris). As it turn out, she was turned to dust in the Blip — Marvel s in-universe name for the event we used to call The Snap — and returned five years later to learn her mother, Maria, died despite having a successful operation to mitigate her cancer just as the Avengers were fighting Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War.All of that info is meaningful for a key reason outside of WandaVision. In all of this, it seems Carol Danvers (Brie Larson) never came back to check in on Maria and Monica, who were played by Lashana Lynch and Akira Akbar, respectively, in Captain Marvel. Although, since we know Maria did not disappear, it is possible Carol was there for her in the end. It is also possible this will be a point of contention between Carol and Monica in Captain Marvel 2.We also learned S.W.O.R.D. — which stands for Sentient Weapon Observation Response Division in the MCU — was Maria s creation and in operation for far longer than we first guessed. Director Tyler Hayward s (Josh Stamberg) comment that Monica grew up at S.W.O.R.D. suggests it could have been around since the 1990s. Also, his reference to losing candidates for spaceflight and grounding Maria leaves us to believe S.W.O.R.D. has some sort of stable presence in Earth orbit, which would be consistent with the S.W.O.R.D. of the comics.But it also leaves us wondering about Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) and the armada he s building in space. Is it part of S.W.O.R.D.? We always assumed that to be the case, but considering the details presented in this episode, it is possible his team and S.W.O.R.D. are independent of each other. Then again, Maria and Nick met during the events of Captain Marvel, and it is still possible he was involved with S.W.O.R.D. in some capacity — the overwrought acronym ties the organization to S.H.I.E.L.D. and, perhaps, he went to Monica for help after the events of Captain American: The Winter Soldier.But Nick Fury s role in S.W.O.R.D. is a question for another day.Episode 4 Pinpoints Where WandaVision Stands in the Phase 4 Timeline(Photo by © Marvel / © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)With revealing Monica as a missing person after the Blip, episode 4 also established WandaVision s place in the Phase 4 timeline. Although Marvel timelines always slide to some extent, both this series and Spider-Man: Far From Home take place in 2023 — five years after the events of Infinity War. But where Far From Home takes place some months after the defeat of Thanos (Josh Brolin) in Avengers: Endgame, WandaVision is occurring just three weeks later per Hayward s mention of Monica being the first missing S.W.O.R.D. agent to return to work.This is key as it means Wanda s (Elizabeth Olsen) emotions are still very raw. Like Monica, she turned to dust after Thanos snapped his finger and returned after the Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) undid the Blip five years later. As in the scene of Monica s return, we re going to assume Wanda returned with the same thought she had as she turned to dust: Vision (Paul Bettany) is dead. Though she tried to channel that grief into fighting Thanos, it is easy to assume that pain is nowhere near healed less than a month later.Considering WandaVision was originally set to be the second Disney+ series after The Falcon and the Winter Solider and the theatrical debut of Black Widow, it will be interesting to see how events in those projects slot into the timeline. Yes, Black Widow is supposed to be set before Infinity War, but we still suspect the film may also feature a scene set on Vormir, the home of the Soul Stone. It s Wanda. It s All Wanda (Photo by Walt Disney Studios)Coming back to Wanda s grief, episode 4 also seemingly confirmed what we ve suspected since the program was first announced: This is all Wanda s doing. Of course, the show could still be playing with fan expectations — see also the fan theories about Agatha Harkness and Mephisto — but we ve always been inclined to believe Wanda s ability to alter reality and her profound sadness would factor into the story.This week s evidence for our interpretation includes Dr. Darcy Lewis (Kat Dennings) discovering the energy field surrounding Westview is utilizing cosmic microwave background radiation left over from the Big Bang. Recall the Infinity Stones were made at that time, and though Thanos claimed he destroyed them, the elemental energy they contained cannot be undone. The distinctive red glow of Wanda s powers suggests a tie to the Aether, the miasmic form of the Reality Stone, even though her powers were created thanks to Hydra experimentation with the Mind Stone. Is it possible the Aether found a new host in Wanda?Also, it is worth noting, the last time we saw Darcy was in Thor: The Dark World, a film entirely revolving around the Aether.Of course, any ties Wanda might have to the Reality Stone only give us the how. Monica s experience in Westview cements Wanda as the who behind all of this. As seen in episode 4, Wanda accomplishes a lot in the strange edits during previous episodes. The clearest example being the missing moments before and after Wanda ejects Monica from town. Their conversation goes on longer than we saw last week, and Wanda has to use a lot of energy to fix the house. So much energy, in fact, that Vision appears to her as a corpse when he first walks back into the house. The implication: Wanda is literally animating his carcass.The why of it all is still missing, but we think Wanda s inability to process her grief has a lot to do with it, and we may still find she never properly grieved for her brother Pietro (Aaron Taylor-Johnson in Avengers: Age of Ultron).Is Westview Simply a Parade of the Dead?Darcy s discovery of the WandaVision signal in the elemental radiation also confirmed something we came to believe: the people of Westview are real; in fact, most are New Jersey residents. Between the airing of episodes 1 and 2 — although it seems there may be more episodes of WandaVision within the MCU than we get to see — FBI Agent Jimmy Woo (Randall Park) and the team identifies the people playing the Harts, Herb, and a few others. Notably, though, they do not identify Dottie (Emma Caufield) or Agnes (Kathryn Hahn). Nevertheless, learning that most of the WandaVision cast exists in the proper MCU is meaningful. If we assume Wanda is doing all of this, then she assembled the citizens of Westview for a reason. But it leads to a question: are they all as dead as Vision?Early in the episode, Jimmy tells Monica he came to New Jersey on the trail of a missing person none of his known associates remember ever knowing. Somehow, it led Jimmy to Westview, a town which exists on the map and has its own ramp off the Interstate, but the local sheriff says isn t real. Is Jimmy s missing person dead or has reality warped around them? In fact, who is Jimmy s missing person? Considering he s stationed in the San Francisco area, it might be someone we know either from Westview or the wider MCU.By her omission earlier, Agnes would be a likely suspect.Meanwhile, there is the uncertainty surrounding Westview. As Jimmy himself asked, is it an intrusion from another reality or all just part of Wanda s elaborate fantasy? The land in New Jersey is absolutely real, but the rest is a giant question mark. Well, a question mark shaped like a hexagon anyway.Coming back to the others, we don t yet know their status outside of Westview. Are they all missing persons or are they all deceased? If the latter, it would suggest Wanda chose these people because their lives, like Vision s, were cut too short. Or, at least, that would be her perception. It is possible the dead would prefer to stay dead.The Music of WandaVision Reflects Wanda s Emotional StateAs with the changes to the kitchen, WandaVision also makes deliberate use of period music. In the first episode it was The Coasters Yakety Yak, released in 1958. In the second, The Beach Boys Help Me, Rhonda (1965), and The Monkee s Daydream Believer (1967) in the third. This week s song was The Jimi Hendrix Experience s Voodoo Child (Slight Return) (1968).Each appears to be speaking to Wanda s mental state, as she must recognize she needs help in some small way, shuts down all backtalk by literally altering her reality, and uses an elemental force to turn suburban drudgery into an idyllic afternoon daydream. In this light, the lyrics of Voodoo Child are interesting for phrases like I said I didn t mean to take up all your sweet time/I ll give it right back one of these days and If I don t meet you no more in this world then uh/I ll meet ya on the next one. Then, of course, there is the fact Wanda s children have come into existence via some magical means.There s also this notable later line: I don t take no for an answer. You have to wonder how Agent Franklin (Zac Henry) feels about that.
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Golden Year Award 2020Last year, we introduced the Golden Year Award to honor the one person who absolutely owned the year, whether it was on TV, in movies, or behind the scenes, and Rotten Tomatoes fans crowned Keanu Reeves the winner. This year, while the voting on Fan Favorite Actor and Fan Favorite Actress did spill over into here a bit, the winner was the late Chadwick Boseman.We all mourned when we learned that Boseman had succumbed to the colon cancer he had been fighting since 2016 something that no one but those closest to him were aware of. His career is marked by powerful performances in films about some of the most influential Black figures in American history, from Jackie Robinson to Thurgood Marshall, and his portrayal of T Challa in Marvel s Black Panther endeared him to comic book fans everywhere. So it s fitting that Boseman s final performances would come in Da 5 Bloods, a timely Spike Lee joint that dropped just as the world was reacting to the death of George Floyd, and Ma Rainey s Black Bottom, the August Wilson adaptation that would earn him a posthumous Best Actor Academy Award nomination. We would be hard pressed to argue against this choice.The order below reflects the number of total votes cast for each person by users in a poll that ran on RT from March 10 to April 13.« Previous Category Next Category »Chadwick BosemanKind of difficult to argue against this one, right? The man was an icon for a younger generation, and if his bright future was ever in doubt, one need only to look at his final two powerful performances in Da 5 Blood and Ma Rainey s Black Bottom, the latter of which is likely to win him a posthumous Oscar for Best Actor.Pedro PascalThe man best known for getting his face destroyed in Game of Thrones is officially a household name himself, thanks to prominent roles in The Mandalorian and Wonder Woman 1984.Tom HollandHolland once again comes in just behind Pedro Pascal after a year that saw him waxing magically nostalgic in Onward and live dangerously in The Devil All the Time.Anya Taylor-JoyIt s possible that Anya Taylor-Joy helped inspire people to take up chess again or learn it for the first time after her Netflix series The Queen s Gambit became a huge hit, but she also proved she could do Jane Austen (Emma.) and wield a Soulsword (The New Mutants).ZendayaShe won the Fan Favorite Actress category handily, thanks to a history-making win at the Emmys for her work on HBO s Euphoria and another dramatic turn in Malcolm Marie.« Previous Category Next Category »
In the new Disney+ fantasy film Godmothered, Isla Fisher plays a busy Boston single mom who faces a major life hiccup in the form of aspiring fairy godmother Eleanor, played by Jillian Bell, who just wants to help but can’t help getting in the way. Ahead of the movie’s release, just in time for the holidays, the acclaimed comic actresses sat down with Rotten Tomatoes to face their critics in a round Name the Review. Will they know which movies from their laugh-filled careers are being referenced when RT’s Naz Perez reads snippets from Fresh and Rotten reviews? Watch the video above and play along.Godmothered is now available on Disney+.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
The Addams Family (2019) 45% When cartoonist Charles Addams created The Addams Family back in 1938, there was no way he could have known that it would blossom into a multi-media franchise. His satirical take on the prototypical nuclear American family became a successful television series in the 1960s, spawning an animated series in the 1970s, a pair of cult classic films in the early 1990s, and yet another animated series shortly thereafter. And that doesn t even cover the video games, the stage musical, and various
(Photo by Niko Tavernise / © Warner Bros. / courtesy Everett Collection)20 Movies To Watch If You Loved JokerJoker: The highest-grossing R-rated movie ever at over billion in worldwide box office, and also the most nominated movie at the 2020 Oscars. Not bad for a comic-book flick from the man who gave us three Hangovers. If you re looking for more movies like Joker, the obvious place to start would be its direct influences: The Robert De Niro and Martin Scorsese psychotic joints, Taxi Driver and The King of Comedy. Throw in 90s Cape Fear for a full triumvirate.As you re undoubtedly aware, Joker was not universally beloved by critics as far as Joaquin Phoenix vigilantism flicks go (though those who loved it, loved it). For that, turn to Lynne Ramsay s Certified Fresh You Were Never Really Here, where Phoenix plays a fearless hired gun who tracks down missing girls at any cost. And if you like your lawless justice even grubbier, go with the Charles Bronson action classic Death Wish, or the churning slow burn of Sam Peckinpah s Straw Dogs.Beyond Scorsese, Joker director Todd Phillips has cited post-Vietnam War 70s cinema in general as an influence, and that decade had no shortage of man-against-the-system stories. Look upon One Flew Over the Cuckoo s Nest, Dog Day Afternoon, and Network for proof.Network also serves (and so does Dog Day honestly) as an indictment of media, a major and pervasive presence in Joker. Nightcrawler, Natural Born Killers, and Christine (not the one about the scary car) are the ones to watch if that s where your interest in Joker lies.Or if you re just interested in seeing psychotic breakdowns, or breakdowns of psychosis, the medium of movies have long been a playground for the disturbed. American Psycho, Entertainment, and One Hour Photo go for the jugular, while The Vanishing, Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, and Man Bites Dog truly try to get under your skin with their clinical explorations of madness.Of course, Joker is still a story torn from the pages of DC Comics and in that vein we recommend checking out Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker. It s got Mark Hamill reprising his signature villain role, animated at his most intensely violent. (Ah, if only The Killing Joke adaptation were good!)And as for our suggestion of UHF, Weird Al Yankovic s foray into film spoofery Imagine a world where Arthur Fleck actually achieved success in his professional ambitions. What would that look like? We think it d be a little zany, a little weird, a little something like what the clown prince of music offers in his 1989 cult classic.
hat show’s producers is running the Dirty John series.“There’s this fun, twisted fairy-tale aspect to the story,” Alexandra Cunningham tells Rotten Tomatoes, explaining that her adaptation doesn’t just add visuals, but is actually able to expand on the emotions of the story by dramatizing it. “A lot of things we’ve maintained — the spine and the scaffolding of the story — because they are so compelling and true and heart-wrenching. We put a lot more flesh on some bones.”For instance, Cunningham says she was able to address a concern people who listened to the podcast or read the Los Angeles Times articles had raised: Many listeners thought Debra Newell was “an incredibly stupid woman” for falling for Meehan’s exploitative schtick in the first place.Casting Britton as Newell certainly helped Cunningham combat this perception, and she framed the events in ways that should make viewers more empathetic towards the main character. She was also able to add some more depth to Meehan, who was not a participant in the podcast for reasons that are obvious to anybody who listened to the end. The show can follow Meehan as he goes about whatever dodgy business he was involved in, whereas the non-fiction podcast had to keep the speculation at a distance.“It gives you an even more complete picture of this man and commits you more emotionally than [you would have been] just [reading] the descriptions of what he did in the podcast, since you’re sort of watching them along with him,” Cunningham says. “It’s a point-of-view perspective that the podcast couldn’t do.”Up and Vanished Continues the InvestigationTrue crime might be podcasting’s leading genre, but don’t forget that it’s also been a TV mainstay for decades, dramatized or not. The recent Up and Vanished special, about Tara Grinstead, a teacher and former beauty queen who went missing in Georgia three years ago, is as much a sequel to host Payne Lindsey’s original podcast as it is an adaptation.“Both mediums rely on good storytelling,” Lindsey says of the difference between podcasts and TV. “Even though a podcast is strictly audio, listeners develop their own visuals for the story. It’s kind of a more intimate experience, and sometimes I think it actually makes the audience feel closer to the people involved.”The podcast medium offered Lindsey one thing that TV doesn’t. Because podcasts are typically cheaper and faster to make than TV shows, Up and Vanished was able to generate renewed interest in the case that led to a crucial break in real time.“That would have been a lot harder to do with a television crew on the ground, following a production schedule, along with all of the other elements that make a TV show,” he says.The Future(Photo by Syed family/HBO)The three November podcast-inspired shows are quite different from another, revealing the fundamental wrinkle in any discussion about the future of podcasts on TV: It’s a medium, not single genre.“There’s a spread of genre that makes this a little hard to talk about efficiently,” journalist Quah says.The scripted drama–turned–prestige TV Homecoming is a very different beast than the two true-crime podcasts, even if Dirty John turned from non-fiction to scripted when Bravo dramatized it. There are also improvisational comedy podcasts like Comedy Bang Bang and My Brother My Brother and Me, both of which did their audio counterparts proud on TV (and both of which continue in podcast form, though not on television). Then there are the talk shows-with-a-twist, like Desus Mero and even Bill Simmons’ Any Given Wednesday (to a certain extent), which launched as a result of the hosts’ popular podcasts.There are even more TV adaptations in the works: Crimetown, a non-fiction podcast about corruption in Providence, Rhode Island, is coming to FX, as is the spooky Welcome to the Night Vale. Fantastically popular podcast Serial is getting an HBO documentary, The Case Against Adnan Syed (pictured above), but a scripted television adaptation of the murder-mystery by The LEGO Movie’s Chris Lord and Phil Miller has been in development hell since 2015. Limetown, a scripted horror podcast, will hit Facebook Watch and star Jessica Biel.Some of these shows will be good certainly. Others, maybe not so much. That they began their lives as podcasts doesn’t give them an inherent advantage or disadvantage over any other type of adaptation, aside from maybe being more buzzworthy than other series.“Isn’t it the story that’s more crucial? You wouldn’t say books make good movies — it depends on the book,” Homecoming’s Bloomberg says.Podcasts have a lot of things going for them: They’re cheap to make, generally flexible productions to undertake, and can connect with large audiences in an intimate way. They’re not a guarantee for success on TV, but the right podcast with the right creative team can, ideally, become something new — something that’s more than just a podcast with pictures.“The fundamental thing,” Quah says, “is to create something native to the experience.”
华体会平台官网 (Photo by Weinstein Company LLC/Courtesy Everett Collection)All Jennifer Lawrence Movies RankedIf there ever was a life-or-death need to pick a Hollywood it-girl to define the 2010s, Jennifer Lawrence would surely be the one chosen to save our hides. She started the decade with the star-making Winter s Bone, the rural mystery that marked only her third feature film appearance, nabbing a Best Actress Oscar nomination in the process. 2011 and 2012 came and it felt like Lawrence was everywhere, across blockbusters like X-Men: First Class and The Hunger Games, along with Silver Linings Playbook, for which she finally ( finally meaning five years into a film acting career) won the Academy Award. Sequels and franchising were the name of the game in the 2010s, so of course she stuck around as Mystique in every X-Men sequel, all the way to the bitter end with Dark Phoenix. Likewise, Hunger Games completed its dystopic story with Lawrence in the lead. In-between, she collaborated twice more Playbook director David O. Russell (Joy, American Hustle), worked with 2010s it-dude Chris Pratt (Passengers), and released against-type material like mother! and Red Sparrow. In 2020, Lawrence signed up for Adam McKay s Netflix comedy Don t Look Up; she and Cate Blanchett will play astronomers who go on a media tour to convince people a meteor will destroy the Earth in six months. Until that comedy shows up in your streaming queue, we re looking back on all Jennifer Lawrence movies ranked by Tomatometer!
华体会平台官网 Making the long weekend of video panels feel a little bit more like the real-deal SDCC, Comic-Con@Home actually starts Wednesday – the traditional preview day at the physical event – with a single hour of content: a look at the upcoming film, Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins. Featuring interviews with stars Henry Golding, Andrew Koji, Úrsula Corberó, Samara Weaving, Haruka Abe, Iko Uwais, Peter Mensah, Takehiro Hira, and legendary G.I. Joe comic books Larry Hama, there will also be a chance for some viewers to get access to early screenings of the movie later that night. The panel goes live July 21 at 1 p.m. PT.Thursday July 22(Photo by Eli Joshua Ade/HBO)In a departure from an in-person SDCC and even last year’s @Home event, Thursday programing starts late with panels premiering only from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. PT. The bulk of them are devoted to the more educational and advocacy aspects of Comic-Con International’s mission, but one caught our attention.Debuting at 6 p.m., “GeekED Rewind 20-21: The True American Horror of Lovecraft Country” will take a look back at the series with an emphasis on how the series changed college learning across the year when education occurred at home. Panelists Jada Anderson (assistant resident director at UCLA), Alfred Day (associate dean of students at UC Berkeley), Dr. Andrea Letamendi (director of student resilience at UCLA and host of The Arkham Sessions Podcast), and Dr. David Surratt (vice president and dean of students at the University of Oklahoma) will look at how “numerous courses, lesson plans, and campus conversations emerged from Lovecraft Country, which served as both an analogy and an outlet for college students and educators alike.” They will also reflect on “the impact this story had on their experiences, the impact of Black horror and sci-fi, and the power of telling our own story.”Friday July 23Friday sets the new Comic-Con@Home standard with panels debuting between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. PT. The long day also means more simultaneous content to enjoy, so pay particular attention to the times. Of course, as panels will remain available on CCI’s YouTube page afterward, you can always watch later on. All times bellow are Pacific.10 AM: HeelsIt might be virtual, but Stephen Amell makes his return to Comic-Con in support of Heels, his series about small-town pro wrestling. Joining him in the virtual conventions space will be series creator and executive producer Michael Waldron, showrunner and executive producer Mike O’Malley, and fellow castmates Alexander Ludwig Alison Luff, Mary McCormack, Kelli Berglund, Allen Maldonado, James Harrison and, Chris Bauer.10 AM: Paramount+: Peak Animation with the Star Trek Universe, The Harper House, and Stephen Colbert Presents Tooning Out The NewsWe’ll be honest, while the hour will present an overview of all the Paramount+ animated programs, the chief draw here is the Star Trek content. Jerry O’Connell will moderate Q As with the cast of Star Trek: Lower Decks and the upcoming Star Trek: Prodigy, featuring Kate Mulgrew, Brett Gray, Ella Purnell, Angus Imrie, Rylee Alazraqui, Dee Bradley Baker, and Jason Mantzoukas, executive producers Kevin Hageman and Dan Hageman, and director/co-executive producer Ben Hibon. Clips and trailers for all the shows presented are expected.11 AM: Amazon Panel(Photo by Amazon Studios)Amazon Prime Video and IMDb TV promise “something extraordinary for every Comic-Con@Home attendee” as Tim Kash spends some time with The Wheel of Time showrunner Rafe Judkins, Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upon a Time’s Hideaki Anno, S.O.Z’s Nico Entel, I Know What You Did Last Summer’s Sara Goodman, and Leverage: Redemption stars and directors Beth Riesgraf and Noah Wyle. We’ll be honest, we’re mainly interested in The Wheel of Time. Hopefully, a trailer for the series will emerge during the discussion with Judkins.12 PM: Netflix Geeked: Masters of the Universe: Revelation (see Highlights above)2 PM: Motherland: Fort Salem A Look Into Season Two(Photo by Freeform/Jeff Petry)Motherland: Fort Salem creator Eliot Laurence and castmembers Taylor Hickson, Ashley Nicole Williams, Jessica Sutton, Demetria McKinney, Amalia Holm, and Lyne Renee gather to preview the program’s second season.2 PM: Teenage EuthanasiaAdult Swim’s new coming-of-all-ages comedy series claims it focuses on “death, family, and accidental resurrection.” That’s enough to at least get us to take a look at the panel, which will feature creators Alyson Levy and Alissa Nutting, Scott Adsit, who serves as a co-director and co-executive producer, and voice actors Maria Bamford, Jo Firestone, Bebe Neuwirth.3 PM: DuncanvilleExecutive producers Mike Scully and Julie Thacker-Scully, executive producer and star Amy Poehler, and stars Ty Burrell, Riki Lindhome, Joy Osmanski, Yassir Lester, and Betsy Sodaro gather to tease the rest of the season of Duncanville.4 PM: Rick and Morty(Photo by Adult Swim)Co-creator and executive producer Dan Harmon looks back on season 5 of Rick and Morty with showrunner Scott Marder and actors Chris Parnell, Sarah Chalke, Spencer Grammer, and other special guests.4 PM: Todd McFarlane Takes Over the Universe!While mainly a look at McFarlane’s varied endeavors in publishing and toys, we expect there will be at least some mention of the upcoming Sam and Twitch television series.Read more: Spawn Movie Is Still On and Sam and Twitch Will Become Series, Comic Creator Todd McFarlane Reveals5 PM: Blade Runner: Black Lotus(Photo by Adult Swim)Co-directors Shinji Aramaki and Kenji Kamiyama, executive producer Joseph Chou, voice director Wes Gleason and star Jessica Henwick gather to discuss the first Blade Runner animated series, coming to Adult Swim and Crunchyroll later this year. Honestly, we’re quite intrigued by the prospect of Blade Runner continuing in any form and this presentation will be Black Lotus s chance to truly sell us on the premise.6 PM: Flesh BloodShowrunner Ian Carpenter and creator Aaron Martin join cast members David Cronenberg, Rachael Crawford, and Paula Brancati to discuss the upcoming anthology series and share a first look trailer. Cronenberg’s decision to spend more time acting of late is intriguing. And we imagine that it will be the draw to this panel for some of you as well.Saturday July 2411 AM: Simpsons Season 33 and BeyondLisa Simpson voice Yeardley Smith will guide the production team in a special look at the upcoming thirty-third(!) season of the longest-running primetime animated series in history. You have to respect The Simpsons’ longevity even if you haven’t watched it in a while.11 AM: Ultra City SmithsBased on the description of the series alone — a stop-motion program using repurposed baby dolls to tell the story of fictional magnate’s mysterious disappearance — we’re inclined to give the Ultra City Smiths panel a look. Series creator, writer, co-director and showrunner Steve Conrad and co-director David Brooks will be joined by cast members Jimmi Simpson, Debra Winger, Luis Guzmán, Hana Mae Lee, Tim Heidecker, and Chris Conrad to offer some insight into the unusual AMC+ program.12 PM: Robert Kirkman @ Home(Photo by Amazon Studios)Like Friday’s McFarlane panel, we expect Kirkman will talk about his various projects in comic books, merchandise, film, and television. Hopefully, he’ll have some update on Invincible’s second season. Although we imagine for some Walking Dead fans, this will be the beginning of a whole afternoon of Walking Dead panels.1 PM: Fear The Walking DeadThe Walking Dead Universe boss Scott M. Gimple, showrunners Andrew Chambliss and Ian Goldberg, and Fear the Walking Dead cast members Lennie James, Alycia Debnam-Carey, Colman Domingo, Danay Garcia, Jenna Elfman, Karen David, Mo Collins, and Christine Evangelista gather to tease the upcoming season. Since this is a Walking Dead series, we expect those teases to be oddly vague – at least until the sizzle reel plays.1 PM: HBO Max and Warner Bros. Animation: Jellystone!HBO Max is reviving the Hanna-Barbara wacky animal characters for a new generation, and we’re intrigued for one reason only: Jabberjaw is part of the group this time. The Jellystone! panel will feature showrunner and executive producer C.H. Greenblatt, Ian Wasseluk, Yogi Bear voice Jeff Bergman, Grace Helbig, and Niccole Thurman (the new voice of Jabberjaw) as they preview this new take on Yogi s Jellystone.2 PM: The Walking Dead World Beyond A first-look clip from the second and final season of World Beyond will be part of the proceedings as cast and producers assemble to discuss the challenges in making the first Walking Dead limited series.3 PM: The Walking Dead (see Highlights above)3 PM: Netflix Geeked: The Last MercenaryJean-Claude Van Damme and director David Charhon are your pitchmen for upcoming Netflix action film The Last Mercenary. And as it is one of the few features at a Comic-Con more devoted to comics and television, we have to take a look.3 PM: Roswell, New Mexico Cast Conversation and Sneak PeekRoswell, New Mexico stars Jeanine Mason, Nathan Dean, Michael Vlamis, Lily Cowles, Tyler Blackburn, Heather Hemmens, Michael Trevino, and executive producer Christopher Hollier will gather for an at-home Q A while they also preview upcoming events on the series.4 PM Family GuyCelebrate 20(!) years of Family Guy with Seth MacFarlane, Alex Borstein, Mila Kunis, Seth Green, Arif Zahir, and executive producers Rich Appel and Alec Sulkin. The group will face a trivia contest which will no doubt reveal how little they remember about the last 20 years.4 PM: Horror NoireWriters Tananarive Due, Steven Barnes, Shernold Edwards, and Victor LaValle will preview the upcoming Shudder original anthology series, a showcase of Black horror from Black directors and screenwriters.5 PM: Netflix Geeked: Lucifer (see Hightlights above)6 PM: gen:LOCK Season 2Michael B. Jordan, Dakota Fanning, and showrunner/lead writer Daniel Dominguez take a look at the new gen:LOCK season and present a clip of the first episode.6 PM: Stargate Atlantis ReunionCast members David Hewlett, Torri Higginson, Rachel Luttrell, Paul McGillion, Rainbow Sun Francks, David Nykl, and Robert Picardo take look back on the second Stargate television series, which ended its run 11 years ago. Considering how Comic-Con usually features a number of nostalgic reunions like these, it is remarkable that Stargate Atlantis is the only show producing one this year.Sunday July 2510 AM: HousebrokenVoice actors Lisa Kudrow, Nat Faxon, Will Forte, Tony Hale, Sharon Horgan, Jason Mantzoukas, Sam Richardson gather alongside Housebroken co-creator, executive producer, and voice actor Clea DuVall — and co-creators, executive producers, and showrunners Gabrielle Allan and Jen Crittenden — for a Q A centered on their upcoming series about a therapy group composed of “neighborhood pets and stray animals.”10 AM: Doctor Who (see Highlights above)11 AM: Day of the Dead: Adapting a LegendShowrunners Jed Elinoff and Scott Thomas, director Steven Kostanski, and cast members Keenan Tracey and Natalie Malaika discuss the difficulties in adapting George A. Romero s beloved zombie film into a SYFY original series.11 AM: The Mysterious Benedict SocietyTake an hour with the cast and creators of Disney+’s The Mysterious Benedict Society as stars Tony Hale, Kristen Schaal, MaameYaa Baofo, Ryan Hurst, and Gia Sandhu — and executive producers and writers Phil Hay, Matt Manfredi, Darren Swimmer, and Todd Slavkin — discuss what’s transpired so far and tease some of what’s to come. Our memory of last year’s @Home content is a little fuzzy, but we’re pretty sure this is the first Disney+ panel at Comic-Con, which is sort of historic in some small way.12 PM: DC’s Legends of Tomorrow Cast Conversation and Sneak PeekCaity Lotz, Tala Ashe, Jes Macallan, Olivia Swann, Adam Tsekhman, Shayan Sobhian, Lisseth Chavez, Nick Zano, Matt Ryan, and executive producers Phil Klemmer and Keto Shimizu, get on Zoom to discuss the hijinks the season has offered so far and to tease what’s yet to come. Even if producing the show in the middle of a pandemic has made its weaknesses more apparent, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow is still a fun one to watch — due in no small part to this great cast.1 PM: DexterLike so many other revivals before it, Dexter is returning later this fall. But what could ever call Dexter Morgan back from his life as a lumberjack? Star (and executive producer) Michael C. Hall will offer some clarity on the matter with help from showrunner and executive producer Clyde Phillips, executive producer Scott Reynolds, director Marcos Siega, and new cast member Julia Jones. The group will also present a trailer which may also shed light on Dexter s return to duty. Well, provided you can call what he does duty. 1 PM: Meet the Creators and Cast of Netflix s NorsemenNorsemen stars Kåre Conradi, Trond Fausa, Nils Jørgen Kaalstad, Øystein Martinsen, Marian Ottesen, and series producers Jonas Torgersen and Jon Iver Helgaker take part in a Q A one hopes will shed some light on its final season.2 PM: Netflix Geeked: Army of ThievesNetflix continues to build on the world of Zack Snyder s Army of the Dead with the prequel film Army of Thieves. Snyder, along with fellow producers Deborah Snyder, Wesley Coller, director and star Matthias Schweighöfer, and star Nathalie Emmanuel take a look at the upcoming film, which reveals the hiest which put Dieter on the road to Las Vegas.2 PM: The Legacy of ChuckyChild s Play creator Don Mancini, Brad Dourif, Jennifer Tilly, Fiona Dourif, Alex Vincent, and Christine Elise take a look back at 30 years of Chucky rampages and take a look at the upcoming Chucky television series. There s definitely some fun to be had here as both Dourifs are fun interviews. Also, if the panel maintains some of the energy of a Child s Play or Chucky movie, it could be the best of Sunday.3 PM: Bob’s BurgersAs is tradition, the Bob’s Burgers cast and producers will present an hour of info on the new season, show some rare material, and answer fan questions. Sure, it all needs to be done over Zoom, but that awkwardness is part of the fun, right? Creator and executive producer Loren Bouchard, executive producer Nora Smith, H. Jon Benjamin, and voice actors John Roberts, Kristen Schaal, Eugene Mirman, Dan Mintz, and Larry Murphy take part in the festivities.4 PM: A Conversation with the Cast Executive Producers of EPIX’s ChapelwaiteStars Adrien Brody and Emily Hampshire take a look at their upcoming adaptation of Stephen King s short story Jerusalem’s Lot. What mysteries will Brody s character, Captain Boone, uncover when he relocates his family to Preacher’s Corners, Maine after his wife dies at sea? Perhaps this preview of the series will convince us Chapelwaite is a project to keep an eye on.Watching Comic-Con@HomeThe video presentations are available via the Convention schedule page or CCI s YouTube Channel. And though there is some push to watch the videos as they become available, they will be available on the YouTube Channel for the foreseeable future.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.