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bob投注体育网站采用百度引擎5(Baidu 1)Ryan Fujitani for Rotten Tomatoes: You have this reputation for being one of the nicest people in Hollywood, but that s gotta be tiring, isn t it? Is it difficult for you, just having everyone sort of expect you to be the most charming person they ve ever met?Hugh Jackman: [laughs] No. What you ve got to understand is most people assume people in movies are dicks, and arrogant, and expect everything. And I actually think I m being a slightly watered down version of the way I was brought up, as in my parents would expect me to be nicer, more polite, more appreciative, never allow anyone to do anything for me. So I kind of get away with it, I think, in a way. People go, Wow. I always feel what they re saying is, For a movie star, you re kind of nice. RT: It s not, He s a nice guy. It s, He s a nice guy for a movie star. Jackman: For a movie star. Exactly. Like, people say to me, Oh, that was so sweet. You remembered my name. And I m just like, You just told me three seconds ago. You know? Anyway If you re a parent, you go up and you say, Oh, hello, Mrs. Lacey. And they say, Oh, you remembered my name.  And it s like, Yeah. I m looking after your stinking kid all this time. Of course you remember my name. RT: So that works to your advantage.Jackman: Oh, totally. Expectations are low. Easy to deliver.RT: Well, so far, you re a pretty nice guy for an actor.Jackman: Right, thanks man. For an actor. [laughs]RT: So, let s talk about The Front Runner. Obviously the Gary Hart story was a big one here in the States when it happened, but I m wondering how much of it you were aware of before you took on the role.Jackman: Oh, I really was not aware. In fact, I was like most people. Most people would say to me, Oh, yeah, Gary Hart. Monkey business? What was the name? And, Didn t he tell them to follow him around? And it would usually happen in that order. I was probably I would know even less than that. I didn t know the follow me around. I think I d heard of Monkey Business.I think what s really interesting about this film Jason s highlighted something that s been pretty much forgotten. It feels like a blip in terms of political history, right? But actually, when you look at that moment, you really get an idea of how and why we got to where we are today. And I think that s what makes Jason such a great storyteller.And also, I m proud of the way he kind of treats everybody in the movie, and every character, and someone who might ve been, What was her name, that girl on the boat? You know? But by the end, you really feel and understand and empathize with her story as much as the woman at the Washington Post, or the campaign worker who has to take care of Donna. You see it from so many perspectives.RT: And the actors playing all of those characters. It s a fantastic cast you re working with in this film.Jackman: Oh yeah, a phenomenal cast. And Jason had this technique which was really interesting. He really wanted a very believable atmosphere. He used to grab extras. So I d be doing a scene, and an extra would be He would just say, I want you to go and interrupt, and I want you to go and do this, and so they would just come in and interrupt. We d have to deal with it.When we did the press conference [scene], we didn t know what order the questions were going to come in. They were just sort of being fired. He just said, Can you see that? He would point they were all in there, and I wasn t allowed to go in. We re peeking through the door, and he says, Can you see that white cross on the floor? And I said, Yeah. And he goes, If you stand around there, and go for it. I m like, Like now? Like go? And he goes, Yeah. So we just sort of walked in. So it was really interesting what he did.RT: The film paints a complex portrait of Gary Hart, because it builds him up as this superstar candidate, but it doesn t shy away from his faults. It must have been a challenge to portray someone who is so charismatic and charming and seemingly upstanding, but also has these big gaping flaws, because you had to show how he was so likable at the same time that he was, in a sense, morally compromised. How did you strike that balance?Jackman: It was a definite challenge for me on many levels because I m more of an open book. We ve only spoken for ten minutes. A lot of the characters I play have their heart beating out of their chest, and this is someone who will allow you close. He is very charismatic and enigmatic some people called him elusive. He was hard to get to know. He would let you get close to a point, but then not, and he never really felt comfortable personally letting everybody in. It just wasn t his personality, nor did he think that was important for the job he was going for, and thought it was distracting.He thought about things very, very differently than any other politician, and this is really the turning point. After this point, it s very clear to every political candidate that there is your personality, your ability or willingness to entertain, to be an entertainer, is part of the process. There was a reason why, I think, Clinton played saxophone on Arsenio Hall, whereas that wasn t happening before. Things certainly did change in this era, and I think the challenge for me was having the restraint to not let people in fully, because that is my instinct.Of course, I had to have that inner life, and you needed to see that, but there s moments of kindness, which are actually true. Like on the plane to the reporter who was going through that fright with a fear of flying.RT: That was a real thing that happened?Jackman: Yeah, that actually happened. Yeah, you know, he would hand books to people, and he would buy drinks for the press. But, at the same time, you never really fully felt that you got to know every part of him, and that was the challenge. It was a big challenge for me, and I really relied and leaned heavily on Jason for that.RT: You touched on this already, but while this film is certainly about the rise and fall of Gary Hart, it s clearly also about how journalism and especially political journalism changed at the time, particularly with respect to the privacy of candidates running for office. I think the film lets the audience decide where they stand, between the press should be free and candidates deserve their privacy. Where do you stand on that?Jackman: Look, it s a far more important job than probably anything else out there, so I do understand that people need to feel like they know the character of all these candidates. I learned this this is a new world prior to 1970, there was no primary system. So now you re expecting everyone around the country to judge 12 people that are running for a Republican ticket. So there is a responsibility of the press to get to know these people, and to let us know. You don t have time to do it.I think the question more for rather than putting it all on the press, and it s the press s job, and have they gone too far or not, I think if we as voters or citizens, whichever country we re at, have a very strong sense of what is important to us, what do we need to know, because that is different for everybody. And I don t judge it, the film doesn t judge it. Some people will judge a person on how they are in their marriage, you know? I m not, except for the person I m married to, but that s not me. But I do judge someone s character. I want to know that they are smart enough to see problems that I can t see coming, and that they have the conviction to follow through on what they say they re going to do. So that is a character judgment.So on some level, I do want to know them. I would like that to be uncovered. I don t need to know if they wear boxers or briefs, or their dog s name, whether they played piano in school, or what their girlfriend s name is, or whether they smoke marijuana. I don t really care about that. But that s different for everybody.RT: Before we go, I feel like I have to ask this. There s obviously been a lot of talk about the whole Disney-Fox deal and the fact that Bob Iger confirmed that Marvel s Kevin Feige will be the new caretaker of the X-Men franchise. If and I know this is a big if at some point, if they figure out a way to incorporate the X-Men into the existing Marvel Cinematic Universe, and they come knocking on your door, would you be willing to come back in some capacity, whether big or small?Jackman: Now, in terms of opening windows, you just left a crack so small. Like, Would you like to just smell what is going on in the room? I love what you did there.For many, many years, I often thought how cool would it be to have Wolverine in a scene with Iron Man, or Hulk, particularly Hulk, and all of that. I totally get that. It frustrated me that that was not And I, for many years, thought that that was an impossibility. But, mate, I think the ship has sailed.You know, when you get into a party, you leave the party, all is good. You re in the cab. You re just about to get home, and someone goes, You ve got to come back, dude. Such-and-such has turned up, and you go, You know what? I m going to bed. The Front Runner opens in limited release on November 7.

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(Photo by ©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures/Lucasfilm Ltd./Courtesy Everett Collection)What do the movies with the highest domestic box office totals for each year since 2010 have in common? None of them have Rotten Tomatometer scores – and they all made over 0 million. In fact, when averaged together, these 10 Fresh blockbusters – Toy Story 3, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, The Avengers, Iron Man 3, Guardians of the Galaxy, Jurassic World, Finding Dory, Star Wars: Episode VIII The Last Jedi, Black Panther, and Avengers: Endgame – have a super-Fresh Tomatometer average of 90.3%.Currently, the highest domestic (and worldwide) grossing film of 2019 is the 94% Tomatometer-rated Avengers: Endgame,  which has earned a mind-snapping total of 8 million domestically and over billion worldwide. By crossing the billion milestone, Avengers: Endgame has joined Titanic, Avatar, Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens, and Avengers: Infinity War in the exclusive “ Billion Club.” What do these movies have in common? Yep, you guessed it again: They’re all Fresh.Recommended: The 50 Highest-Grossing Movies of All TimeRecommended: All 44 Billion-Dollar Movies, Ranked by TomatometerRecommended: 2019 Holiday Box Office PreviewThe success of these Fresh films got us thinking: Are these blockbuster movies Fresh anomalies, or do Fresh movies make more money at the box office generally? Is there a relationship between Tomatometer score and box office performance? (And we stress: a relationship, and not necessarily a causal one; so many factors contribute to box office performance.) To aid us in our data deep dive, we pulled the Tomatometer and domestic box office data for the 1,404 movies that received wide theatrical domestic releases (600-plus screens) since 2010. Here’s what we found…*The box office results have been adjusted for inflation. All calculations accurate as of November 28, 2019.MOVIES WITH FRESH TOMATOMETER SCORES MAKE MORE MONEY THAN ROTTEN MOVIES – ON AVERAGE(Photo by © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, © Marel Studios)Fresh Movies since 2010: Inflated Domestic Average of 4 millionRotten Movies since 2010: Inflated Domestic Average of millionWhen it comes to Tomatometer and domestic box office results, Fresh movies, on average, make more money than Rotten movies. It may sound obvious – good films draw more people to the theater! – and you are probably thinking, “I could’ve told you that,” but the difference is quite startling. The 1 million average for the 636 Fresh movies in the sample is nearly double the million average of the 799 Rotten films. Even if you removed Disney brands Marvel and Pixar, which produce some of the most critically beloved blockbusters, such as Black Panther, Toy Story 4, and Avengers: Endgame, the average for Fresh films since 2010 is still a respectable million.THE FRESHER THE MOVIE, THE BIGGER THE BOX OFFICE BOUNTYIt’s also worth noting that the more Fresh a movie is, the better it is likely to do at the box office, and the more Rotten it is, the worse it is likely to perform. Movies with a 0-20% Tomatometer score had an average domestic box office of million; movies with 80-100% Tomatometer scores averaged 3 million.However, not every Fresh movie makes money: 58 of the 187 (or 42%) wide-release movies that made under million at the box office since 2010 are Fresh. A Fresh rating doesn’t guarantee massive success, and Fresh movies like Green Room and The Raid 2 don’t automatically collect 0 million dollars domestically.MOVIES WITH HIGHER TOMATOMETER SCORES HAVE A BETTER CHANCE OF CLEARING 0 MILLION(Photo by © Warner Bros. Pictures)Some 323 movies have made over 0 million at the domestic box office since 2010. Of those, 219 (68%) have Fresh Tomatometer scores, which means the odds of a movie making more than 0 million increase when it receives a Fresh Tomatometer score. Only 5% of movies with a 0-10% Tomatometer score (or 3 of the 62 movies) – namely Grown Ups 2, The Last Airbender, and Little Fockers – made over 0 million. On the other hand, 41% of the movies with a score above 90% (or 68 of the 164 movies) – such as Spy, Girl’s Trip, and Crazy Rich Asians – cleared the 0 million milestone. That 41% may not seem like a lot, but it’s a big jump over the movies in the 70-80% range, where 33% of the movies broke 0 million.Below is a breakdown of Tomatometer ranges and the average amount of money the movies in them make.0-10% Movies: million10-20% Movies: million20-30% Movies: million30-40% Movies: million40-50% Movies: million50-60% Movies: million60-70% Movies: million70-80% Movies: 0 million80-90% Movies: million90-100% Movies: 2 million David Fincher’s first movie since 2014’s Gone Girl is a throwback to Old Hollywood, even recapturing some of the look and sound of films from the 1940s. Mank is also a passion project, a biopic scripted by his father, Jack Fincher, and focused on screenwriter Herman Mankiewicz and the creation of Citizen Kane.According to the first reviews, the movie won’t exactly go down in history as famously as the Orson Welles classic it’s about, but with great performances by Gary Oldman as the titular protagonist and Amanda Seyfried, plus its unique retro aesthetic, it’s sure to be very popular with Netflix subscribers and awards organizations alike.Here’s what critics are saying about Mank:How does it compare to David Fincher s other films?It’s one of David Fincher’s finest works.  Eric Eisenberg, Cinema BlendOne of his most personal – and most beautiful… it would be tempting to say this is his Citizen Kane.  James Mottram, South China Morning PostHis best movie since The Social Network and one of his most audacious filmmaking experiments since Benjamin Button.  Eric Kohn, IndieWireThe film is pure Fincher — technical and artistic mastery, combined with a script that is perhaps too cerebral or self-referential for many viewers.  J. Don Birnam, Splash ReportMank is, markedly, the least-enjoyable film he’s ever directed.  Nick Newman, The Film StageWill fans of classic movies like it?Mank is a tale of Old Hollywood that’s more steeped in Old Hollywood than just about any movie you’ve seen, and the effect is to lend it a dizzying time-machine splendor. Owen Gleiberman, VarietyThe most gorgeous piece of cinema you ll see anywhere…meant to match the look and feel of its era, as if it s eight decades ago and you just bought a ticket. Peter Travers, ABC NewsThis is a film that transports you back in time. Chris Evangelista, SlashfilmCatnip for devotees of Turner Classic Movies… Mank [is] necessary, if not entirely fulfilling, viewing for film lovers. Alonso Duralde, The Wrap(Photo by Netflix)Will it have broad appeal?Mank’s premise and subject matter would seem to appeal only to a cinephile or fan of a bygone era, but there also lies powerful themes of addiction, genius, collaboration, betrayal, and painful political home-truths. Lewis Knight, Daily MirrorThere’s a way that it’s almost more inside baseball than it needed to be. And that could limit its appeal. Owen Gleiberman, VarietyIt will not be everyone’s cup of tea… a film about people sitting around talking, discussing scripts, or even intrigue, is not superficially appealing. J. Don Birnam, Splash ReportDo you need to see Citizen Kane first?While seeing Citizen Kane before Mank isn’t mandatory, you’ll have a greater appreciation for Fincher’s craft and technique when you can clearly see how he’s echoing the style of Welles’ seminal picture. Matt Goldberg, ColliderThere is some pleasure in spotting the winks and legends and shout-outs, but… you have to give the unfamiliar viewer reasons to care. By the end of Mank, even I wasn’t sure any of this mattered all that much. Jason Bailey, The PlaylistBut does it honor that film s legacy?It only enhances one’s appreciation of the genius 1941 movie at the center of its plot. Eric Eisenberg, Cinema BlendThose looking for a movie about the development of Citizen Kane will likely be disappointed and would be better suited watching the 1999 TV movie RKO 281. Matt Goldberg, Collider[It] never fully nails how the dream of Kane came to be. Owen Gleiberman, Variety(Photo by Netflix)How is Gary Oldman s central performance?One of the greatest performances of his career – which is a statement that should be taken with extreme weight. Eric Eisenberg, Cinema BlendA performance every bit as immersive as his Oscar-winning Winston Churchill in Darkest Hour. James Mottram, South China Morning PostAs is usually the case with the actor, he grabs hold of the role and shakes the life out of it. Chris Evangelista, SlashfilmOldman is giving one of his more engaging performances in recent memory. Alonso Duralde, The WrapSomebody younger should have portrayed the Oscar-winning screenwriter.  This isn’t to take anything away from Oldman’s performance, but to each their own. Danielle Solzman, Solzy at the MoviesWhat about Amanda Seyfried?Amanda Seyfried is a wonderful scene-stealer. Eric Eisenberg, Cinema BlendIt’s the best thing she’s done in her career. James Mottram, South China Morning PostAmanda Seyfried, as Marion Davies, is by far the most human presence, the closest to a lifeblood. Nick Newman, The Film StageHer awards-worthy performance is likely to score her a well earned Oscar nomination. Erik Anderson, AwardsWatchHer awards-worthy performance is likely to score her a well earned Oscar nomination. Lewis Knight, Daily MirrorRyan FujitaniHow is the late Jack Fincher s screenplay?Jack Fincher’s script is brilliant, both in structure and detail. Eric Eisenberg, Cinema BlendThe script is punchy and not afraid to lean into melodrama, and Fincher is clearly having fun bringing his father’s words to life. Chris Evangelista, SlashfilmFincher’s script is wildly uneven, however, but when it hits, it really hits. Jason Bailey, The PlaylistWhat the script never quite cracks is the machinery of the creative process. Leah Greenblatt, Entertainment WeeklyPerhaps it’s inevitable that a screenplay about the screenwriter of Citizen Kane could never live up to its subject’s greatest work. Anna Menta, DeciderHow does the film look?It’s possible to go into a kind of trance at just how beautiful this film looks. Peter Bradshaw, GuardianThe style opens the doors to all varieties of callbacks to the specific and memorable aesthetics of Citizen Kane, instantly making you fall back into the time period. Eric Eisenberg, Cinema BlendYour eyes may see the black and white color as too crisp and intelligible to fully believe this is an 80-year-old movie, but Fincher and his team come deliriously close. J. Don Birnam, Splash ReportThe commitment to immersing us into a 1930s/1940s mood is impressive but I wish cinematographer Erik Messerschmidt had adopted the classic Academy ratio of the time as well. Erik Anderson, AwardsWatchWhy does [Fincher] shoot digitally, on the Red Monstro Monochrome, rather than 35mm, giving the picture an unmistakable (and sometimes unfortunate) digital sheen? Jason Bailey, The Playlist(Photo by Gisele Schmidt/Netflix)And how does it sound?The audio here is not what you’re used to hearing from a Netflix movie… it sounds like the type of audio you’d hear were you watching Mank in some grand movie palace. Chris Evangelista, SlashfilmTrent Reznor and Atticus Ross imbue their score with that same level of commitment to the period that’s unlike anything they’ve ever done. Erik Anderson, AwardsWatchAtticus Ross and Trent Reznor also deliver a seamlessly blended and moody score befitting the origin story of Welles’s directorial masterpiece. Lewis Knight, Daily MirrorBenny Goldman could have written the score, which nattily punctuates the beats on the type of dialogue Mankiewicz was famous for. Fionnuala Halligan, Screen InternationalIs there enough here to care about?Mank left me oddly cold despite its magnificent craftsmanship  The emotional punch never lands, and so while Mank has no problem earning the viewer’s respect, it struggles to find our adoration. Matt Goldberg, ColliderFor all its crisp and glitz its relevant post-capitalist concerns and lament for the theatrical experience Mank is without emotion. Robert Daniels, IGNA movie that mostly unfolds at a distance — esthetically ravishing but emotionally remote. David Rooney, Hollywood Reporter(Photo by Netflix)Will Mank still rank high on end-of-year lists?It’s one of the year’s best films. Erik Anderson, AwardsWatchOne of the very best movies of the year. Peter Travers, ABC NewsUnquestionably one of the best of 2020. Eric Eisenberg, Cinema BlendWithout a doubt one, of the year’s very best. Lindsey Bahr, Associated PressIt’s Netflix’s richest production to date. Hannah Woodhead, Little White LiesMank‘s bad parts don’t outweigh its copious good parts, but it’s not quite the grand slam cinephiles were hoping for. Anna Menta, DeciderMank is still a treat; for those looking for more, we always have Citizen Kane to fall back on, after all. Fionnuala Halligan, Screen InternationalMank opens in limited release theaters on November 13, 2020, then heads to Netflix on December 4, 2020.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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如今,《使命召唤手游》已经上线快半年了,对于那些喜欢FPS手游的玩家来说,只有当他们真正体验了这款游戏之后,都会由衷地感叹一句:FPS游戏的刚枪时代即将回归!bob投注体育网站News from Westeros and Deadwood from HBO, 90210 reunion event news, Star Trek plots a new course on Nickelodeon, and more of the biggest TV news from this week.TOP STORYGoodbye, WesterosWhile HBO is well into production on one of the Game of Thrones prequel scripts it commissioned last year, one of the potential spin-off series is dead. Game of Thrones writer and co-executive producer Bryan Cogman, who has written 11 episodes of the series (including Sunday’s “A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms”), confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter that his spin-off is no longer in the works.“I was developing one of the successor shows with George [R.R. Martin]. George has worked with a bunch of the writers, including Jane [Goldman], whose show is being done [as a pilot]. My prequel show is not happening and will not happen. HBO decided to go a different way,” he told the publication“It is a goodbye. I am done with Westeros,” he added. “It s wonderfully bittersweet. I ll certainly miss it, but I m excited to go out on my own and try to be in the captain s chair of my own projects, armed with everything I ve learned. I ve learned more than I could possibly imagine from eight seasons of this thing. It s been wonderful to look back and watch some of the old episodes, and see some of our old friends at the premiere recently, and to know that we ve done something good. We ve done good work that people enjoy. That s all an entertainer can ever hope for. I m eager to start the next chapter, but a part of my heart will always live with Game of Thrones.”Shannen Dougherty Joins Beverly Hills, 90210 Event Series(Photo by Earl Gibson III/Getty Images)Former Beverly Hills, 90210 good girl-gone-bad Brenda Walsh will appear in Fox s six-episode event series BH90210, the network announced on Friday. Shannen Doherty, who played Brenda in the teen drama, joins her former co-stars – Jason Priestley, Jennie Garth, Ian Ziering, Gabrielle Carteris, Brian Austin Green and Tori Spelling – in the irreverent new series airing this summer. This time when the cast gets back together, it will come with a big twist: the seven former teen idols will be playing heightened versions of themselves, Fox said in an announcement. The series description promises drama inspired by the actors own real lives and relationships with each other: Having gone their separate ways since the original series ended 19 years ago, Shannen, Jason, Jennie, Ian, Gabrielle, Brian and Tori reunite when one of them suggests it’s time to get a Beverly Hills, 90210 reboot up and running. But getting it going may make for an even more delicious soap than the reboot itself. What will happen when first loves, old romances, friends, and frenemies come back together, as this iconic cast – whom the whole world watched grow up together – attempts to continue from where they left off? BH90210 will be produced by CBS Television Studios and Fox Entertainment. Doherty will executive-produce alongside Chris Alberghini, Mike Chessler, Patrick Sean Smith, Gabrielle Carteris, Jennie Garth, Brian Austin Green, Jason Priestley, Tori Spelling and Ian Ziering. The series was conceived by Alberghini, Chessler, Spelling and Garth. New Trailers, C suckersHBO has finally released the first trailer for its long- (long-, long-, long-) anticipated Deadwood continuation, titled Deadwood: The Movie. The feature-length film, which debuts May 31, will star the series’ entire original cast (Timothy Olyphant, Ian McShane, and more) and picks up 10 years after the series finale. It also includes the series’ trademark penchant for blue language, but you’ll have to wait approximately 40 seconds for the first c sucker to drop. Deadwood ran for three seasons from 2004-2006, and the stars and creator David Milch have spent the intervening 13 years fielding questions from reporters and fans about a follow-up. In just one month (and change), that follow-up film will finally be here.Other new trailers this week include:a full-length peek at DC Universe’s Swamp Thing — see it herean extended look at Hulu’s George Clooney–produced adaptation of Catch-22 — see it hereand another look at Epix’s Batman pre-prequel about the caped crusader’s butler, Pennyworth. — see it here.

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(Photo by Paola Kudacki/BBC America)When Killing Eve first premiered, the urgent feeling that the show s protagonist, British Intelligence investigator Eve Polastri (Sandra Oh), would be killed by the Season 1 finale, was ever-present. But what started as an engaging cat-and-mouse procedural between Eve and unhinged assassin Villanelle (Jodie Comer) soon evolved into the most unexpected love story to hit the small screen in years. And with Fleabag s Phoebe Waller-Bridge at the helm, it s no surprise that the show became a bonafide hit.If Season 1 was the awkward dating phase of their relationship, then the show s second installment could easily be viewed as the honeymoon. The BBC America show found Eve and Villanelle teaming up in an opposite-sides-of-the-law, Silence of the Lambs-style partnership. Their teamwork succeeded at bringing down Aaron Peel (Henry Lloyd-Hughes), a tech-savvy enemy who was working to pawn off a mysterious (and obviously dangerous) weapon, while inching Eve even closer to the dark side.Eve and her team worked at capturing Peel with Villanelle going deep undercover to woo the man. And while it all came to a head with Polastri s psycho partner slitting his throat, the Season 2 finale didn t end well for either of them. In a cliffhanger that sort of mirrored the closing of the first season where Eve stabbed Villanelle in the gut, the tables were shockingly turned, as Villanelle took out a gun and shot Polastri. As she lay bleeding out on the ground, many were left to wonder if the BBC America series was following through on the title s promise and actually killed Eve.As Killing Eve is set to return with new episodes on Sunday, April 12 at 9pm ET/PT to BBC America, that cliffhanger weighs heavily. It s not a spoiler to confirm Eve Polastri is still very much alive in Season 3, but the big question for fans is: How is the show s health as it moves into its third set of episodes? Does the story still deliver the witty edge and violent drama that connected with audiences in the first place? Are Oh and Comer, who ve both earned much-deserved accolades for their work, still turning in masterful performances? And does season 3 – overseen by new showrunner Suzanne Heathcote, following on from Phoebe Waller-Bridge (season 1) and Emerald Fennell (season 2) – leave us wanting a fourth helping of Eve and Villanelle?Here s what critics are saying about Season 3 of Killing Eve.THE SHOW STILL HAS ITS SIGNATURE STYLE AND BRUTAL PANACHE It can’t be stressed enough that Killing Eve Season 3 does not pull its punches, emotionally or when it comes to violence. In the five episodes sent to critics, there are truly grisly kills, horrific acts of cruelty, and some really shocking deaths. Killing Eve Season 3 manages to heighten the stakes once more. No one is safe, and you get the sense that the show is trying to expand itself beyond Eve and Villanelle’s relationship. — Meghan O Keefe, Decider One of the most refreshing shifts from last season is the music this season goes back to the beginning with a variety of dreamy foreign language tunes, with an emphasis on chic French electro-pop. On the rare occasion when the musical palette shifts greatly, it represents something greater and is well worth it. Often the lyrics line up astonishingly well with what’s happening on screen, alternately broadcasting Eve or Villanelle’s inner creep for all of us to hear. The music toys with us now that we have the audacity to think we know Killing Eve’s beats. More than ever before, it feels like Killing Eve is in direct conversation with its audience, daring us to declare our hunches, hope for our fanfics, and try to outsmart all three women, if not the show itself. — Delia Harrington, Den Of GeekVILLANELLE GETS AN ORIGIN STORY, AND JODIE COMER SHINES AGAIN  (Photo by Des Willie/BBCA) Heathcote shifts the focus more to Villanelle in Season 3, digging into her past and rounding out the character’s origin story. Comer once again delivers a virtuoso performance that combines unhinged mania with wounded vulnerability and desire. The character has such a sense of whimsy and romanticism that you can occasionally forget that she’s a stone cold serial killer. — Brandon Katz, Observer As Villanelle desires to move into management the audience meets the o.g. Villanelle played by Harriet Walter and to say they have a hate-love relationship is an understatement. If you win an Emmy for Eve it affords you a bottle episode (five) which after the events at the end of four kills the series momentum. Obviously, Villanelle had a horrible mother and this was not a storyline I believe needed a full episode to explore. — Amanda Spears, Awards Watch BUT WE COULD DO WITH A LITTLE MORE EVE(Photo by Laura Radford/BBCA) Comer is great, so it doesn’t hurt to have more of her. But Oh is great as well, and it feels wrong to have her sidelined so much. Surely there must be a way to give the two leads equal time to share the spotlight. Comer’s role is the flashier one – she gets to have all the fun, killing her way across the landscape. Oh’s work is more subtle, more reserved, and that perhaps contributes to her reduced role. Oh is doing a lot of internal work here – Eve is broken now. Perhaps broken beyond repair. — Chris Evangelista, SlashFilm It may not be as balanced as it was in that first magical outing, and some of the plot points may feel a little recycled, but Killing Eve ultimately remains a devilish delight. — Allison Keene, Paste MagazineSEASON 3 s SHOWRUNNER IS TAKING RISKS, FOR BETTER AND WORSE

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3.20.9 0月喜迎ers is now developing a sequel to the 2019 update of Pet Sematary, although it s unclear what the sequel will be about, such as whether it will attempt to adapt the second film directly, or spin off a new story. The new film will be directed by screenwriter Lindsey Beer, who has also worked on several (unproduced) high profile projects like M.A.S.K. (Mobile Armored Strike Kommand), a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot, the Short Circuit remake, and Marvel s Silver Sable.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
While serving as an emotional coda to The Infinity Saga, Spider-Man: Far From Home still offered a few glimpses into the Marvel Cinematic Universe following the events of Avengers: Endgame. In the new movie, the Avengers have gone to ground or to space, but the world is looking for a hero to rally around. That is the burden Peter Parker (Tom Holland) finds himself carrying throughout the film. But with the constant reminders that he is an Avenger while the rest of the team is unavailable, it may leave you wondering if they really left the defense of the planet to a lone 16-year-old boy.The post-credit stinger scene seems to offer a clue to what is really going on. And be warned: This next bit contains a big spoiler for Far From Home. We learn Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) was Talos (Ben Mendelsohn), the shape-shifting Skrull from Captain Marvel, serving as Fury’s proxy throughout the adventure. The real Fury (Samuel L. Jackson), was stationed elsewhere – a space station and/or staging ground for a number of Skrull ships. The whole thing was a killer surprise and left us wondering what it means for Phase 4 of the MCU. So let’s take a look at a few ideas from the pages of Marvel Comics to see what all this could mean for Fury, his Skrull allies, and their plans in a world without Tony Stark.The Forging of S.W.O.R.D.(Photo by © Columbia / © Marvel Studios/ Courtesy Everett Collection)Early in Far From Home, Talos-as-Fury mentions he is without a team despite clearly having one when he co-opts Peter in Venice. The implication: Fury has not reclaimed or reformed S.H.I.E.L.D. For the moment, we’re going to assume Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. occurs in an alternate timeline and the organization completely disintegrated after Captain America: The Winter Solider even if Coulson (Clark Gregg) and his team helped the Avengers find the Hydra base in Sokovia and aided Fury in securing the helicarrier seen in Avengers: Age of Ultron. But with them out of the picture, S.H.I.E.L.D. died away. Or, Talos was laying it on thick because Fury spent the time since Endgame building a new organization: S.W.O.R.D.Created by Joss Whedon and John Cassady in the pages of Astonishing X-Men, S.W.O.R.D – Sentient World Observation and Response Department – was introduced as a counterpart to S.H.I.E.L.D. and ran by Agent Abigail Brand. Its purpose, as the name suggests, was to face outward into space, detect threats, and deal with them before they made planetfall. The department operated from an orbiting space station known the Peak.With the Infinity Saga at an end, a complete replacement for S.H.I.E.L.D. within MCU films makes a certain amount of sense. And as Phase 4 is said to be more about intergalactic matters than heroes back home, a group with a space station and FTL-capable ships is exactly the sort of thing Fury would build to replace S.H.I.E.L.D. You can almost hear the conversation he had with Captain Marvel (Brie Larson) about the topic during Tony’s funeral. It may also explain why so many Avengers are off-world.And while it seems clear that the Skrulls are building some version of the Peak, S.W.O.R.D. may not be the group inhabiting it in the end.A Secret Invasion After All?(Photo by © Marvel Studios, © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)We’ve talked about Secret Invasion before – the 2008 event miniseries in which a newly radicalized Skrull attack force infiltrated all levels of Marvel Comics primary Earth, taking key positions inside superhero teams, governments, and S.H.I.E.L.D. It looked like a good idea for Phase 4 s overarching story. But following the release of Captain Marvel – in which the Skrulls emerged as a sympathetic and persecuted species – we were prepared to set aside any thoughts of an MCU Secret Invasion. Captain Marvel allied with them and volunteered to help them find a new homeworld.But what if the “five years out of date” Fury has sided with a covert alien taskforce? Could they be looking to conquer Earth after all?Then again, considering the way Captain Marvel changed the antagonistic nature of the Skrulls, their infiltration of Earth may not necessarily be to conquer the planet. Perhaps the plan is to build the Peak, a S.W.O.R.D.-like organization, and, potentially, a new Avengers team led by Spider-Man to counterattack an invasion force they know is en route. In this situation, the most likely antagonistic candidate would be Kree Empire. Also, now that all the X-Men properties are back at Marvel Studios, it could be an attack of the Brood – an alien life form with more than a passing resemblance to 20th Century Fox’s Alien franchise, which Disney also now owns – or perhaps something like The Builders, an ancient species which directed evolution across the cosmos and various realities.Also, there is always the possibility Talos went rouge and, much like Quentin Beck s (Jake Gyllenhaal) illusions, convinced Fury of a phantom menace to further his own plans for an invasion and occupation of Earth. Twenty-odd years have passed since he proved to be a sympathetic alien attempting to locate his family. It is possible whatever he encountered out in the universe made him another power-mad warlord. The cosmos is full of them, after all.Perhaps Fury Is In A Secret War(Photo by © Marvel Studios, © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)The Nick Fury of Marvel Comics is not above manipulating the superheroes to get a desired outcome on the geopolitical stage. This was the theme of 2004’s Secret War miniseries, in which Fury recruited Spider-Man, Captain America, Luke Cage, Black Widow, Wolverine, and Quake to covertly invade Latveria and prevent Prime Minister Lucia von Bardas from funding and training a team of minor super villains to carry out terrorist actions across the globe. The op is seemingly successful, but Fury alters the memories of his strike team to forget the whole affair. A year later, Von Bradas retaliates and Fury is forced to reveal to the heroes their part in his black bag mission. He steps down as director of S.H.I.E.L.D. and several members of the group – Cap , Spider-Man, and Luke Cage to name a few – end up founding a new Avengers team sometime later.Now, if Fury is conducting a secret war in the MCU, Latveria may not necessarily be his target – although anything is possible with Doctor Doom screenwriter Noah Hawley saying his plans for the film may yet fit into the MCU tapestry – but his insistence on giving Peter the EDITH glasses suggests he is covertly preparing Spider-Man for something very specific. And if that is the case, will we see him or his Skrull allies lead new characters like Shang-Chi, the Eternal Sersi, and returning characters like Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) toward becoming the strikeforce of Fury s dreams?And if this is a way to assemble the New Avengers, it could also lead to Wolverine s MCU introduction without the X-Men. Logan had a life before he joined that team and who wouldn’t want to see him re-enact his debut tussle with the Hulk from The Incredible Hulk #181?But if all this effort is just to get the New Avengers, why all the skullduggery? Sure, Fury is accustomed to keeping people in the dark, but maybe there’s something larger at work. As it happens, Secret War set off a series of stories culminating in Avengers vs. X-Men, but we suspect the threat the MCU Fury is planning for will come from space.The Coming of Galactus(Photo by © Marvel )The Devourer of Worlds is one of our favorite possibilities for a new MCU big bad. We’ve been predicting his arrival since the moment Disney first announced plans to buy 20th Century Fox. His MCU debut, whether it happens in 2020 or 2030, is inevitable. But even if we don t see him on screen for another 10 years, he still serves as the sort of threat which ties all of these ideas together.Imagine, for a moment, that Captain Marvel and the Skrulls found a world to settle within a year or two of the events depicted in Captain Marvel. But after a decade or two of peace and prosperity on the planet, the herald of Galactus appeared to tell them their new home was scheduled to become dinner. Carol – and maybe even the herald – helped evacuate the planet, but they also realized Galactus s path would eventually lead to Earth.In the wake of Endgame, most of Earth’s heroes were too weary or grief-stricken to hear about the coming of Galactus. And even if they were hale and ready for battle, Talos and Carol would go to their friend Nick Fury first. Either way, he would advise developing assets to take on the ancient being in secret, preparing them for a day when they must combine their strengths and face the impossible. And if Peter is destined to be “the next Iron Man,” he will end up speaking for the people of Earth once Galactus arrives in Manhattan. Well, provided he clears his name before that time.Of course, it always possible Fury is putting together a new defense apparatus simply because he wants to. The Skrull involvement gives him a jump on large-scale orbiting space stations and a fleet of ships – two things still beyond the ability of Stark Enterprises and bad actors on Earth – and since he devised the Avengers Initiative in the first place, a superhero like Spider-Man would be part of his new design. But as we enter a long period without a Marvel Studios release – no new films until sometime next year – we’ll keep speculating on what Fury’s pact with the Skrulls means and how it will impact forthcoming films like The Eternals and Shang-Chi. Will a common enemy unite them sooner than anyone suspects?Like this? 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King of the Crop: Ralph Breaks The Internet, the Bank, and a Non-Frozen RecordDebbie DayFor the fourth straight Thanksgiving holiday, Disney led the way. In 2012, Wreck-It Ralph kicked off the holiday movie season in November with a million opening. It went on to gross over 9 million (a 3.86 multiple) domestic and over 1 million worldwide. The sequel, Ralph Breaks the Internet, grossed .6 million over the weekend (the third best Thanksgiving weekend not counting Frozen) and .4 million since Wednesday (a five-day Thanksgiving weekend record not counting Frozen).The .3 million Ralph grossed on Thanksgiving is the highest ever for a film that had not played in a single theater yet. (Frozen made million.) That beat Moana’s .9 million and Coco’s .9 million, the two films not named Frozen that were the previous champions for the five-day turkey weekend with and .9 million. (Frozen made .5 million over the holiday when it expanded to 3,742 theaters from one.) The 86% Fresh animated film also made another .5 million overseas, and should have no problem becoming just the eighth Thanksgiving weekend opener to reach 0 million. Can it become the first film not named Frozen to reach the 0 million mark?Fresh Surprise: Creed II Crushes a Franchise Record(Photo by MGM, Warner Bros. Pictures)After the surprise financial (9.7 million) and critical success (95% Tomatometer score) of 2015’s Creed with a 33-year build-up from Rocky IV (0.5 million with inflation), and Creed II now delivers the highest live-action film opening over the Thanksgiving weekend. .2 million over the weekend and .8 million for the five-day. The latest in the Rocky franchise beat Enchanted’s .4 million and million, respectively, back in 2007. Creed did .6 million and .1 million. The sequel, which has an 82% Tomatometer score, has a long way to go to best Mrs. Doubtfire’s 9.1 million, but it certainly has a shot to join the top five list that currently includes Three Men and a Baby (7.7 million), 1996’s 101 Dalmatians (6.1 million), Rocky IV (7.8 million), and Enchanted (7.0 million).Rotten Returns: Robin Hood Sinks to the Bottom of the ChartsDebbie DayIn opposite news, Lionsgate’s latest attempt at a franchise flailed domestically. The million to 0 million budgeted Robin Hood made just .1 million in its first five days. The only Thanksgiving openers since 1990 to open between million to million over that period and surpass million are Martin Scorsese’s Hugo (.5 million) and Casino (.5 million). Lionsgate is clearly hoping this international hero will help bridge that gap overseas. Ridley Scott’s 2010 43%-rated version with Russell Crowe added 6.4 million international dollars to its 5 million domestic total, while 2018’s version has made .7 million so far. But in terms of films in 2018 that American audiences ignored, it’s down there with Pacific Rim Uprising (.4 million less domestic total than production budget), The Nutcracker and the Four Realms (-69 million less), Skyscraper (.2 million less), and Early Man (.7 million less). The film’s 12% Tomatometer score also makes it one of the worst reviewed films ever to be released over Thanksgiving ahead of just End of Days (11%), Out Cold (8%), Deck the Halls (6%), and both Old Dogs and Christmas with the Kranks at 5%.Top 10 and Beyond: Grinch and Queen Film Cruise, While The Favourite Joins Elite Company(Photo by Universal Pictures)Last week’s No. 1, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald dropped to third place, but dropped even further behind its predecessor; Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them was up to 6 million in its tenth day, while Crimes is at just 6.3 million. The first Twilight film had 9.7 million on day 10 and finished with 2.7 million. While it is likely to join Robin Hood in the red on budget vs. domestic totals, its worldwide tally is over 9 million.We are upping last week’s estimate on The Grinch from 0 million–240 million to 0 million to 0 million after a million five-day haul. That’s the third-best Thanksgiving holiday total for a film in its third weekend behind Skyfall (.5 million) and Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (.7 million), which were at 0.1 million and 0.1 million after 17 days. The Grinch is at 0.4 million. Meanwhile the parallels between Bohemian Rhapsody and A Star Is Born are striking. The biopic of Queen’s Freddie Mercury is up to 2 million on its 24th day of release after a .8 million weekend. (It dipped just 13.6% despite losing 883 theaters.) Lady Gaga was at 8.6 million in the same period, though it grossed slightly more with million. The scale may be sliding in the other direction, but Bradley Cooper’s Oscar frontrunner is now up to 1 million (3 million worldwide) and with a lack of releases over the next two weeks could manage to cross the 0 million threshold. That Bohemian Rhapsody comes anywhere close to that is a victory nobody expected.Green Book (81%) jumped up to 1,063 theaters this weekend, though Universal certainly was hoping for a better per-theater-average of ,120 for a .4 million weekend. The film’s performance may shift the studio’s focus back to First Man as a more viable awards contender despite its disappointing box office. By the same token, Jason Reitman’s The Front Runner (58%) is anything but when it comes to awards right now. Despite an expansion into 870 theaters in its third week, the film earned just an additional 0,000 for a grand total of .06 million. It looks like the political film will be the lowest grossing wide release of Hugh Jackman’s career, replacing Deception (.59 million), which may have been released in a full 2,000 theaters, but even Woody Allen’s Scoop grossed million, and it never surpassed 541 theaters.In solid limited release news, Yorgos Lanthimos’s The Favourite (95%) opened to a robust 0,000 in just four theaters. Not only is that better than The Lobster (0,252) and The Killing of a Sacred Deer (5,120), but that is the seventh best per-theater-average for a film launching in just four venues behind The Grand Budapest Hotel (1,166), American Sniper (3,456), Moonrise Kingdom (2,996). Steve Jobs (1,522), The Imitation Game 9,352), The Revenant (4,560), and Birdman (4,397). That pushes even Best Picture Oscar winner Moonlight (2,075) out of that Top Ten list, eight of which went on to become Best Picture nominees. Its 5,000 average became the best of the 2018 beating Bo Burnham’s Eighth Grade (,949). Netflix is currently not reporting the numbers for Alfonso Cuaron’s Roma, whose advance theatrical release before its streaming premiere next month have been selling out.This Time Last Year: Coco Led and Justice League’s End Was Beginning(Photo by Disney/Pixar)Pixar’s Coco led the way with .8 million, besting the second week of DC’s Justice League, which grossed million over the holiday weekend. Remarkably, though the superhero film made just over million for the five-day holiday, it grossed just an additional .1 million total going forward. Award contenders Call Me By Your Name and Darkest Hour each opened in four theaters and grossed 2,932 and 5,006, respectively, for the best per-theater-averages. The latter went on to gross over million and win Gary Oldman the Oscar for Best Actor. The Top 10 films grossed 8.4 million from Friday to Sunday and scored 60.6% on the Tomatometer. This year’s films made 2.7 million over the three-day and averaged 68.2%On the Vine: New Releases Begin a Virtual Two-Week Vacation(Photo by Screen Gems)Screen Gems’ The Possession of Hannah Grace is the only new wide release we are getting for the next two weeks and even this one may not reach 2,000 theaters. It is also not being screened for press, so draw your own conclusions. Perhaps you can find where Orion (yes, Orion) is opening the zombie musical Anna and the Apocalypse, which is currently 92% Fresh on the Tomatometer.The Full Top 10: November 21-25Ralph Breaks the Internet .6 million (3-day) / .5 million (5-day) (.4 million total)Creed II .2 million (3-day) / .8 million (5-day) (.8 million total)The Grinch – .2 million (3-day) / .0 million (5-day) (0.4 million total)Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald – .6 million (3-day) / .9 million (5-day) (7.1 million total)Bohemian Rhapsody – .8 million (3-day) / .3 million (5-day) (2.0 million total)Instant Family – .5 million (3-day) / .4 million (5-day) (.7 million total)Robin Hood .1 million (3-day) / .1 million (5-day) (.2 million total)Widows – .9 million (3-day) / .5 million (5-day) (.5 million total)Green Book .4 million (3-day) / .4 million (5-day) (.8 million total)A Star Is Born – .0 million (3-day) / .0 million (5-day) (1.0 million total)
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Ghcxuf The latest from Wes Anderson is unmistakably his, but it’s also something more. The writer/director’s tenth feature, The French Dispatch, premiered this week at the Cannes Film Festival, and the first reviews dispatched from the French Riviera are celebrating its mix of the familiar and the fresh. If you’re a fan of Anderson’s work, you won’t be disappointed. If you’re not partial to his quirks and constructs, you may still find something to appreciate in this anthology of stories that plays like a cinematic representation of an old issue of a literary magazine.Here’s what critics are saying about The French Dispatch:Will Wes Anderson fans be pleased?This is the Wes we know and love, with his artful considerations of love, liberty and what lives on after we die.  Hannah Strong, Little White LiesIt’s a film that weaponizes whimsy in ways that will dazzle die-hard fans of the director.  Jason Gorber, SlashfilmWas it worth the wait? Well, for fans of the American director’s idiosyncratic stylings, the answer is surely yes.  James Mottram, South China Morning Post[It’s] a beguiling curio, and one that no other filmmaker could have created.  David Rooney, Hollywood ReporterHow does it rank in his filmography?It’s one of Anderson’s very best. Ed Potton, TimesThis is Anderson in full flower, one that only grows in a rarified altitude. Todd McCarthy, DeadlineA work of such unparalleled Andersonian wit that at times the sheer level of detail that bedecked the screen was enough to make [my] jaw slacken. Jessica Kiang, The PlaylistEven by Anderson’s standards, this has to be the most ambitious film he’s ever produced. James Mottram, South China Morning PostAnderson’s most impressionistic and unusual film in quite some time… his most ambitious since his stop-motion adaptation of Fantastic Mr. Fox. Hannah Strong, Little White LiesThe Del Toro/Seydoux pairing stands out as Anderson’s most affecting love story since his 2007 short Hotel Chevalier. Eric Kohn, IndieWire(Photo by ©Searchlight Pictures)Which of his films is it most reminiscent of?The French Dispatch bears some of the DNA last glimpsed in The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou, another portrait of a storyteller partly drawn from real life. Eric Kohn, IndieWireThe Grand Budapest Hotel [is] arguably The French Dispatch’s closest kin among Anderson’s previous films. David Rooney, Hollywood ReporterThe French Dispatch initially feels like a companion piece to The Grand Budapest Hotel… but it quickly reveals itself to be something else entirely. Robbie Collin, Daily TelegraphOne of the most labor-intensive films in existence. It makes The Grand Budapest Hotel look as if it was improvised over a weekend and shot with a smartphone. Nicholas Barber, BBCDoes it feel like his most signature work?The most Anderson of all Anderson films. It s Anderson distilled, Anderson squared, Anderson to the nth degree. Nicholas Barber, BBCThe ultimate Anderson movie because it’s everything he does whipped up into five jewel-box episodes… an Anderson sampler pack. Steve Pond, The WrapThe French Dispatch takes Anderson’s signature play with nested narrations and his love of midcentury culture to new heights. Pat Brown, Slant MagazineAnderson has found a close-to-ideal structure that flatters his mercurial, omnivorous tastes but also gets him out of any one storyline before its convolutions can convolute too much. Jessica Kiang, The PlaylistThe French Dispatch is a near-perfect encapsulation of Anderson s filmography and perhaps the best film to show to newcomers. Rafael Motamayor, ColliderIt might not be at the very zenith of what he can achieve but for sheer moment-by-moment pleasure, and for laughs, this is a treat. Peter Bradshaw, Guardian(Photo by ©Searchlight Pictures)Does it take Anderson in any new directions?Anderson employs too many new tricks in his tenth feature to keep track of them all…[it’s] original in a way that you can only marvel at so deep into a veteran’s filmography. Luke Hicks, Film School RejectsIt’s a significant breakthrough to see the director engaging with sexuality and violence as aspects of real life…[it] feels less safe than Anderson’s earlier work, and that’s a good thing. Peter Debruge, VarietyThe French Dispatch doesn’t have much of the sneaky sentimental undercurrent that makes Anderson’s films more than just intellectual exercises. Tim Grierson, Screen International[It’s] closer to a French New Wave experiment than the more controlled ensemble stories in his repertoire. Eric Kohn, IndieWireI was expecting something more from this gifted director: more maturity, more depth, more interesting storytelling. Jo-Anne Titmarsh, HeyUGuysWhat if you aren t a fan of Wes Anderson?Anyone previously unimpressed by Mr. Anderson’s peculiar sensibility should run a mile in the opposite direction, and then a mile further. Jessica Kiang, The PlaylistYou probably know whether you love his work or hate it. Well, The French Dispatch isn t going to change your mind. Nicholas Barber, BBCAudiences who in the past have found Anderson’s work precious and overly mannered… [may] accuse the new film of veering almost into self-parody. David Rooney, Hollywood Reporter(Photo by ©Searchlight Pictures)How does the film look?Boy, it sure looks pretty. Steve Pond, The WrapThere is certainly much enjoyment to be found in Anderson’s amazing visuals. Peter Bradshaw, GuardianAmong his most visually remarkable, each frame filled with meticulously crafted small details that add up to a dense, inviting cinematic jewel box. Tim Grierson, Screen InternationalFlicking between black-and-white and color, the level of detail in recreating 1960s-ish France is breathtaking, with production designer Adam Stockhausen excelling. James Mottram, South China Morning PostAdam Stockhausen s doll s-house production design is eye-wateringly precise, the black-and-white images of the city s ancient buildings deserve their own coffee table book. Nicholas Barber, BBCThe [black and white cinematography] stands up visually against the best Pawlikowski films thanks to the work of all-timer director of photography Robert Yeoman. Luke Hicks, Film School Rejects[It features some of] the most dizzyingly inventive shots Anderson has ever cooked up (which is saying something). Robbie Collin, Daily TelegraphEach frame [is] so drolly composed that its meticulousness itself becomes a joke. Pat Brown, Slant MagazineIs there more style than substance?While it is full to the hilt with stuff – so much stuff! – it sorely lacks any real substance. Jo-Anne Titmarsh, HeyUGuysThere isn t much going on beneath its extraordinary bejeweled surface. The film is – to use a French term – a jeu d esprit with no depth to its characters or edge to its satire. Nicholas Barber, BBCThe marvelous design can prove more engaging than the characters who populate it… leaving the viewer to focus on the packaging as opposed to the content. Tim Grierson, Screen InternationalAnderson overwhelms his film with so much detailed whimsy that dramatic conventions, narrative coherence and any deep meaning take a distant back seat to his entrancingly detailed doodling. Todd McCarthy, Deadline[It’s] series of exquisite miniatures — amusing, meticulously designed and impeccably executed but maybe not adding up to much more than the sum of their parts. Steve Pond, The WrapThe sentiment needed to really sell the wistful conclusion gets buried beneath all the cameos and stylistic flair. Pat Brown, Slant Magazine(Photo by ©Searchlight Pictures)Who stands out in the cast?Jeffrey Wright gives a wonderfully poised performance. Peter Bradshaw, GuardianWright’s performance may be the strongest selling point of The French Dispatch, and the one that brings it all home. Eric Kohn, IndieWireWright’s implacable authority is mesmerizing, Lea Seydoux as a prison guard/artist’s muse is a delightful enigma and Lois Smith almost steals the show as [a] wealthy art dealer. Steve Pond, The Wrap[Seydoux] brings a fierce, Fraco sullenness that’s particularly intoxicating, lending a kind of local credence with her role to Anderson’s entire folly. Jason Gorber, SlashfilmDel Toro and Seydoux’s scenes together are the closest this whirlwind movie comes to finding a human soul. Nate Jones, New York Magazine/VultureWhat is it like to experience The French Dispatch?The unconventional project succeeds in delivering that very particular hodgepodge pleasure of reading a well-curated issue from cover to cover. Peter Debruge, VarietyThe experience is akin to flipping through the eccentric pages of the publication in question, overwhelmed by the details streaming in. Eric Kohn, IndieWireWatching this anthology-style film is like leafing through an edition of the magazine, as Anderson takes us from Page 1 right through to Declines Deaths. James Mottram, South China Morning PostWatching Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch is a delirious experience. It’s akin to being a guest at some amazing meal, with each course more stunning than the last. Jason Gorber, SlashfilmThe cinematic equivalent of a brakeless freewheel through a teeming bazaar – if said bazaar was stacked with beautiful vintage artifacts, all meticulously arranged. Robbie Collin, Daily Telegraph(Photo by ©Searchlight Pictures)Do you need to be a literary buff to appreciate the film?The winks come as dense and dizzying as guilty-pleasure movie references do in a Quentin Tarantino picture. Peter Debruge, VarietyAnderson has pointed to the New Yorker as his grand inspiration, and this shines through with plenty of references without ever feeling too insular or alienating to those with less affinity for the publication. Hannah Strong, Little White LiesUnapologetically literary, Anderson’s credits thank a pantheon of long-form writers, from Mavis Gallant to James Baldwin, immediately providing a bibliography to delve into to elicit some of the more subtle real-world references. Jason Gorber, SlashfilmIt will provoke the full range of reactions from the euphoric among pure art devotees to outright rejection by, shall we say, those not on speaking terms with ultra-refined tastes. Todd McCarthy, DeadlineWill it make us laugh?The French Dispatch is very funny. Peter Bradshaw, GuardianApart from Ernst Lubitsch or Jacques Tati, it’s hard to imagine another director who has put this level of effort into crafting a comedy. Peter Debruge, VarietyInspired physical comedy figures throughout the film. David Rooney, Hollywood ReporterThe script is a relentless hoot. Robbie Collin, Daily Telegraph(Photo by ©Searchlight Pictures)Does it have any major problems? The Concrete Masterpiece is the best of all the stories. By coming first, it sets the following stories up for some emotional misconnection. Luke Hicks, Film School RejectsIts sense of busyness keeps it from achieving the emotional impact that its finale is clearly aiming for. Pat Brown, Slant MagazineThe French Dispatch feels a bit emotionally distant compared to some of Anderson s other movies. Rafael Motamayor, ColliderWill we want to see it again?It’s a film I cannot wait to visit over and over. Jason Gorber, SlashfilmLike any print classic, it begs to be leafed over again and again so that new details emerge. Hannah Strong, Little White LiesAnderson seems to cram about 20 different movies into a two-hour runtime, and multiple viewings are definitely encouraged to even try and grasp half of what Anderson is trying to do. Rafael Motamayor, ColliderIt’s nearly impossible to follow everything on the first watch. Perhaps still so on the second and third… No doubt that will only make rewatches richer. Luke Hicks, Film School RejectsThere is just too much to take in… It is a film that would warrant multiple viewings just to absorb those fleeting, marvelous images. Jo-Anne Titmarsh, HeyUGuysSome viewers will watch it 100 times and spot new little details every time. Other viewers will walk out or switch off in a matter of minutes. Nicholas Barber, BBCThe French Dispatch releases in theaters on October 22, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News. 😈😈


as confirmed at the December 2020 The Walt Disney Company investors day that Jude Law would play Captain Hook and Yara Shahidi will play Tinker Bell. Pete s Dragon s David Lowery will direct.The film will air on Disney+.Robin Hood Live-Action MovieDirector: Carlos López EstradaStarring: TBDAnother classic animated Disney film to get the live-action/CGI treatment is 1973 s animated musical Robin Hood. In April 2020, Disney announced that Lopez Estrada would be directing a new adaptation of this movie with Lady and the Tramp s Kari Granlund writing the script. The film will air on Disney+.© Walt Disney PicturesHerculesDirector: TBDStarring: TBDIn April 2020, The Hollywood Reporter broke the news that Avengers: Endgame s Joe and Anthony Russo would be producing a live-action remake of the 1997 Disney animated hit, Hercules. While there is no directing or casting news yet, it was reported then that Dave Callaham – who also wrote Marvel s Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings – would write the script.© Walt Disney PicturesAladdin Sequel and Spin-OffDirector: TBDStarring: TBDThe 2019 live-action version of Aladdin found some box office treasure even if it wasn t exactly a critical hit (it has a 57% Tomatometer score). So, naturally, there are reports of two other Disney properties set in this world.In December 2019, The Hollywood Reporter noted that plans were in the works for a spin-off film centered on Billy Magnussen s scene-stealing Prince Anders that would air on Disney+. This angered some fans, who took issue with Disney which has long struggled with inclusion and diversity in its films giving a whole movie to a minor white character from one of its few IPs set around a person of color. A few months later, Variety reported that Disney was also planning a live-action sequel to Aladdin. The hope was to bring back Will Smith, who played the wish-granting genie in the 2019 film, as well as some other stars.All Night LongDirector: TBDCast: TBDVariety reported in June 2020 that Disney was developing a jukebox musical film based on the music of Lionel Richie a la the successful Mamma Mia! stage and screen productions that rely on ABBA music. No director and cast have been named, but the story reports that Crazy Rich Asians screenwriter Pete Chiarelli is penning the script.KnightsDirector: TBDCast: TBDNews broke in 2019 that Disney was working with Operation Finale writer Matt Orton on Knights, a live-action film set in the Middle Ages and about a young girl. Back then, it was reported that the film would have a theatrical release.Cyrano The MoorDirector: TBDCast: David OyelowoAs evident by this project s name, Deadline reported in 2017 that this project is some kind of musical mash up of two classic stories — Cyrano de Bergerac and Othello — and will be set in the Bristol region of England during the 19th century with Oyelowo set to star and Moonlight screenwriter Tarell Alvin McCraney penning the script. While there hasn t been a ton of press about the film since then, Oyelowo did tell Screen Daiy in 2019 that “we are in the trenches with it right now. That interview also states that Shrek The Musical s Jeanine Tesori is doing the music.MarleyDirector: Bill CondonCast: TBDBill Condon, who directed the live-action Beauty and the Beast, is reportedly re-teaming with Disney on another live-action musical adaptation of a classic story. This film will be a take on A Christmas Carol that is told through the eyes of Jacob Marley, Ebenezer Scrooge s deceased business partner who haunts him that fateful night. But a word of caution: The Hollywood Reporter broke this news in 2019 and wrote then that the project had not been greenlit.(Photo by Buena Vista courtesy Everett Collection)Hocus Pocus 2Director: Anne FletcherCast: Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy NajimyIn March 2020, Variety reported that Hairspray director Adam Shankman was attached to direct this sequel while others reported in April 2021 that Anne Fletcher has taken over directing duties. Disney confirmed in May 2021 that the original film s stars, Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy, would be returning for this movie and that the plot will follow three young women [who] accidentally bring the Sanderson Sisters back to modern day Salem and must figure out how to stop the child-hungry witches from wreaking a new kind of havoc on the world. It will air in 2022 on Disney+.Three Men and a Baby RemakeDirector: Mo MarableCast: Zac EfronDisney confirmed during the December 2020 Walt Disney Company investors day that High School Musical alum Zac Efron would be one of the stars of this remake of the 1980s classic and that it is scheduled to be released in 2022 on Disney+. Deadline reported in 2021 that Mo Marable would direct.Cheaper By the Dozen RemakeDirector: Gail LernerCast: Gabrielle Union, Zach BraffDisney confirmed during the December 2020 Walt Disney Company investors day that Black-ish creator Kenya Barris was penning the script for this film and that Gabrielle Union would star. It s reported that Zach Braff will play opposite her and Gail Lerner is directing. It is described as a story about a blended family of 12, navigating a hectic home life and their family business. The Lion King PrequelDirector: Barry JenkinsCast: TBDDisney also announced during the December 2020 Walt Disney Company investors day that it was working with Moonlight s Barry Jenkins to develop a prequel story to The Lion King. Hans Zimmer, Pharrell Williams and Nicholas Britell arehandling music.Ice Age: Adventures of Buck WildDirector: TBDCast: Simon PeggSimon Pegg returns as the swashbuckling weasel in this 20th Century Studios film franchise. It will air in early 2022 on Disney+.Night at the Museum: Kahmunrah Rises AgainDirector: TBDCast: TBDHistory is getting animated – or at least the next installment of the Night at the Museum film franchise will be. Shawn Levy, who directed the first three films, is producing this version. It will air in 2021 on Disney+.DisenchantedDirector: Adam ShankmanCast: Amy AdamsThe Variety article that announces Shankman s ties to Hocus Pocus 2 also states that Shankman was in pre-production on Disenchanted – a sequel to 2007 s Enchanted – when that news broke. It was confirmed during the December 2020 The Walt Disney Company investors day that Amy Adams would be reprising her starring role from the first film.Production on the sequel started in May 2021 with a planned release date of 2022 on Disney+. James Marsden, Patrick Dempsey and Idina Menzel will also be reprising their roles while Maya Rudolph and newcomer Gabriella Baldacchino join the cast.CraterDirector: Kyle Patrick AlvarezStarring: Mckenna Grace, Isaiah Russell-BaileyDeadline reported in 2021 that Alvarez, who is known for directing the second season of Amazon Prime Video s Homecoming, was directing this coming-of-age story set on the moon. According to the article, it follows a boy growing up on a lunar mining colony [who] takes a trip to explore a mysterious crater, along with his four best friends, prior to being permanently relocated to another planet. The film will air on Disney+.Hollywood StargirlDirector: Julia HartStarring: Grace VanderWaalThe Hollywood Reporter broke the news in 2021 that Disney+ was getting the band back together for a follow-up to its 2020 musical, Stargirl. Although the original film was based on the Jerry Spinelli book about a small-town boy whose normal life is turned upside down when he meets an unusual girl named Stargirl, THR reports that the sequel is an original script and follows the titular character s journey into a bigger world of music, dreams and possibility. New cast members include Uma Thurman.Once On This IslandDirector: Wanuri KahiuStarring: TBDAfter its successful launch of Hamilton, Disney+ is reportedly looking for more musical adaptations of stage productions. In 2020, The Hollywood Reporter broke the news that playwright Jocelyn Bioh is writing and Wanuri Kahiu would be directing this 1990 musical about that feature gods betting on love and death and an island girl trying to rise above her station. The article also notes that, while Hamilton was a filmed production of a staged play, this musical would be told in a more traditional sense.SneakerellaDirector: Elizabeth Allen RosenbaumStarring: Chosen Jacobs, Lexi UnderwoodA modern twist on the Cinderella story, this Disney+ film follows a budding sneaker designer who falls in love with the daughter of a basketball star. His best friend and a Fairy Godmother help me realize his dreams.TronDirector: Garth DavisStarring: Jared LetoDeadLine reported in 2020 that Davis who was previously known for smaller films like 2018’s Mary Magdalene 2016 s Lion would be helming the latest in this sci-fi film series. Jared Leto would star.Inspector GadgetDirector: TBDStarring: TBDGo-go Gadget reboot! The Hollywood Reporter wrote in 2019 that Disney was planning a live-action film based on the popular animated series about a bionic, if clumsy and not really all that good at his job, inspector and his brilliant niece Penny. Saturday Night Live s Mikey Day and Streeter Seidell were writing. The duo are also writing the Disney+ update to Home Alone.BambiDirector: TBDStarring: TBDGrab the tissues. Variety reported in 2020 that Disney was planning a remake to its tear-jerking animated classic, Bambi. The same kind of CGI technology that Disney used for remakes of The Lion King and The Jungle Book would be used for this movie about an orphaned deer and his forest friends.PredatorDirector: Dan TrachtenbergStarring: TBDIn 2020, it was announced that 10 Cloverfield Lane s Dan Trachtenberg would be directing the fifth installment in the Predator film series for 20th Century Studios. Jack Ryan s Patrick Aison was penning the script, the details of which are under wraps.Revenge of the NerdsDirector: TBDStarring: Keith Lucas, Kenny LucasBring back the pocket protectors! Seth Macfarlane is producing a new version of the 80s classic about a college rivalry between jocks and nerds for 20th Century Studios. Comedians/twin brothers Keith and Kenny Lucas are starring in this film, which they are also co-writing with The Twilight Zone s Alex Rubens. However, as Variety noted when it broke the story, the original version hasn t aged well and this will a contemporary reimagining will pontificate about today’s nerd culture and what even constitutes a geek in the 21st century. ClueDirector: James BobinStarring: Ryan ReynoldsMuch like the original 1985 Tim Curry movie, this project could have a lot of endings. Variety reported in 2020 that The Muppets James Bobin was in talks to direct a remake of this classic comedy about murder suspects trapped in a house for 20th Century Studios. Ryan Reynolds was set to star with Deadpool s Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick writing the script. However, it was also reported in 2021, that sister TV network Fox was working on an animated series based on the board game that inspired the first movie. Could two Clues be better than one?Next Goal WinsDirector: Taika WaititiStarring: Michael Fassbender, Elisabeth MossBased on the 2014 documentary, this Searchlight Pictures sports comedy follows a Dutch-American football coach who is tasked with reviving the American Samoa national football team. Let the comparisons to Apple TV+ s Ted Lasso begin.The Banshees Of InisheerDirector: Martin McDonaghStarring: Colin Farrell, Brendan GleesonDeadline reported in 2020 that McDonagh was re-teaming with his In Bruges stars Farrell and Gleeson for a film adaptation of his play for Searchlight Pictures. Set in a remote Irish isle, it follows two life-long friends who find their relationship at an crossroads.Flamin’ HotDirector: Eva LongoriaStarring: Dennis Haysbert, Tony ShalhoubSpicy! Eva Longoria is directing the Fox Searchlight biopic about Richard Montanez, the businessman who is said to have risen from humble beginnings to build an empire out of the popular snack food Flamin’ Hot Cheetos.Going ElectricDirector: James MangoldStarring: Timothée ChalametThe ballad of Timothée Chalamet? The actor will star as a young Bob Dylan in this biopic directed by James Mangold for Searchlight Pictures. According to Deadline, which broke the news in 2020 that Mangold would be directing Chalamet, the film would cover the period when [Dylan] was poised to become folk music’s most seminal figure. [But] when Dylan instead embraced rock ‘n’ roll and traded his acoustic guitar for an amp and an electric guitar, it created a huge outcry. The MenuDirector: Mark MylodStarring: TBDSuccession director Mark Mylod is digging into this Adam McKay-produced Searchlight film. According to Variety, which broke the news, the film is a darkly comedic psychological thriller set in the world of eccentric culinary culture, centering on a young couple who visit an exclusive restaurant on a remote island where an acclaimed chef has prepared a lavish tasting menu. PerfectDirector: Olivia WildeStarring: Thomasin McKenzieBooksmart director Olivia Wilde is making this Searchlight biopic about Olympic gymnast Kerri Strug. Ronnie Sandahl wrote the script. Deadline reported in 2021 that Thomasin McKenzie would star.Persuasion Director: Mahalia BeloStarring: Sarah SnookSuccession star Sarah Snook is leading the cast of director Mahalia Belo s adaptation of the Jane Austen novel for Searchlight. The story, according to The Hollywood Reporter, is about Anne Elliot who, many years after refusing the proposal of young naval officer Frederick Wentworth, finds herself navigating the waters of English society when Wentworth returns from war a wealthy and decorated captain. The cast also includes Yesterday s Joel Fry.Consume Director: David GelbStarring: TBDJiro Dreams of Sushi director Gelb has a taste for another film. This thriller, which counts Stranger Things Shawn Levy and Dan Cohen as producers with Fox Searchlight, is reportedly about a group of thought leaders who are invited to an enigmatic billionaire’s Icelandic retreat for what they think is the trip of a lifetime. Little do they know that they are not guests, but the unwitting test subjects of a nefarious experiment. Johnson Family Celebration Director: TBDStarring: TBDIn was announced in 2019 that Fox Searchlight was planning a sequel to Cedric the Entertainer s 2004 comedy, Johnson Family Vacation. Plot details and further casting have not been announced.Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood Director: Luca GuadagninoStarring: TBDDeadline reported in 2020 that Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg were writing a Fox Searchlight script based on Matt Tyrnauer s LGBTGQ+ documentary about and Scotty Bowers history with some of Hollywood s biggest stars. Casting has not been announced.SolitaryDirector: TBDStarring: Mahershala AliDeadline reported in 2019 that Fox Searchlight had acquired the rights to Albert Woodfox s memoir about the 43 years he spent in solitary confinement. The article also says that Oscar winner Ali would be an executive producer of the film with an intention to star.(Photo by Walt Disney Pictures)Cruella 2Director: Craig GillespieStarring: Emma StoneSoon after the 2021 release of Disney s villain origin story, Cruella, news broke that a sequel was in early development. Variety reported at the time that director Craig Gillespie and screenwriter Tony McNamara were expected to return. A couple months later, Deadline confirmed that Emma Stone had a deal to be in the second film.(Photo by Walt Disney Pictures)Live-Action Snow White MovieDirector: Marc WebbStarring: Rachel ZeglerAfter falling asleep for several years, the live-action remake of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves has risen with West Side Story s Rachel Zegler set to lead. Variety reported in 2021 that Marc Webb will direct and that production on the still-untitled film would begin in 2022.(Photo by 20th Century Fox Films)Deadpool 3Director: TBDStarring: Ryan ReynoldsCue the creative ad campaigns and Hugh Jackman insults. Ryan Reynolds sardonic super hero is back for another installment. The Great North and Bob s Burgers Wendy Molyneux and Lizzie Molyneux-Loeglin are writing the script for the third movie, according to Deadline. The article also stated that David Leitch, who directed the second film, would likely not return for this movie due to scheduling conflicts. No word on if Celine Dion would appear.Keeper of the Lost CitiesDirector: Ben AffleckStarring: TBDDeadline reported in 2021 that Oscar winner Affleck would direct this cinematic adaptation of Shannon Messenger s best-selling book series. He s also working with Kate Gritmon to adapt the script about a telepathic girl [who] must figure out why she is the key to her brand-new world before the wrong person finds the answer first. Muppet ManDirector: TBDStarring: TBDSomeday we ll find it this movie about Jim Henson, which has been in the works for some time. Deadline reported in 2021 that playwright and screenwriter Michael Mitnick was rewriting the script by Aaron and Jordan Kandell and that the film about the Muppets creator was in development.(Photo by 20th Century Fox Films)The Simpsons Movie 2Director: TBDStarring: TBDComic Book Guy and other Simpsons characters who care about details would like you to know that the long-awaited second Simpsons movie is a standalone film and not a sequel. At least, that was the word from series producer Al Jean when he was asked about it in 2020.Planet of the Apes 4Director: Wes BallStarring: TBDDirector Ball told Discussing Film in 2020 that he d already been in pre-production on the film and working with writer Josh Friedman when the coronavirus pandemic shut down Hollywood and the rest of the world. He also said in that interview that we have a take. We have a way of staying in the universe that was created before us, but we’re also opening ourselves up in being able to do some really cool new stuff. Better Nate Than EverDirector: TBDStarring: Lisa KudrowTim Federle is adapting the musical comedy based on his own book about a 13-year-old who runs to New York to try to make it on Broadway after he s not cast in a school play. Deadline reported in 2021 that Kudrow will play Nate s aunt Heidi, who turns his adventure upside-down, and it turns out they may need each other to make their dreams come true. The film will air on Disney+.No ExitDirector: Damien PowerStarring: TBDDeadline reported in 2019 that Killing Ground s Power was directing this thriller. Not to be confused with the Jean-Paul Sartre play, this film is based on the Taylor Adams novel about strangers stranded at a rest stop during a snow storm. One of them discovers a kidnapped girl and the characters must find the kidnapper and plan their escape.RosalineDirector: Karen MaineStarring: Kaitlyn DeverThis dark comedy is based on the other woman in the story of Romeo and Juliet the ex Romeo is still pining after when he sets eyes on Juliet. Based on the novel When You Were Mine by Rebecca Serle, this modern take on the story will star Booksmart s Dever and comes from a script by (500) Days of Summer s Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber.The PrincessDirector: TBDStarring: Joey KingDeadline reported in 2020 that The Act s King is starring in the film and that the script, which is by Ben Lustig and Jake Thornton, is being kept under wraps but that it is described as Rapunzel meets The Raid. Master and CommanderDirector: TBDStarring: TBDDeadline reported in 2021 that 20th Century was charting a course for another Master and Commander movie with Patrick Ness writing the script. The first film, which starred Russell Crowe and was directed by Peter Weir, was set during the Napoleonic Wars and was a best picture Oscar nominee. A cast and director have not been announced for this film.Poor ThingsDirector: Yorgos LanthimosStarring: Jerrod Carmichael, Emma StoneBased on the Alasdair Grey novel, Variety describes the plot as a Victorian-set drama with a Frankenstein twist in which Stone plays a young woman named Belle Baxter who is brought back to life by an eccentric and brilliant scientist. The Favourite s Tony McNamara wrote the script.Not OkayDirector: Quinn ShephardStarring: Zoey DeutchAccording to Deadline, Deutch plays a young woman desperate for attention who desperate for friends and fame, fakes a trip to Paris to up her social media presence. When a terrifying incident takes place in the real world and becomes part of her imaginary trip, her white lie becomes a moral quandary that offers her all the attention she’s wanted. Chevalier de Saint-GeorgesDirector: Stephen WilliamsStarring: TBDVariety reports that Atlanta and Fargo writer Stefani Robinson is penning the biopic about the man known as the Black Mozart a.k.a. a musical prodigy born in the 1700s French Caribbean who was the child of an African slave and a French plantation owner and who rose to fame as both a violinist and composer but also a champion fencer (among other moments of notoriety).See How They Run (Searchlight Pictures)Director: Tom GeorgeStarring: Saoirse Ronan, Sam RockwellA whodunnit set in the 1950s London theater scene about what happens when members of a production start dying. Rockwell plays a world-weary inspector assigned to the case with Ronan playing his ambitious gumshoe sidekick. The all-star cast also includes David Oyelowo, Adrien Brody, Ruth Wilson, and Harris Dickinson.Empire of Light (Searchlight Pictures)Director: Sam MendesStarring: Olivia ColmanMendes is directing and writing the film, which Variety says is described as a love story set in and around a beautiful old cinema on the South Coast of England in the 1980s. Fire Island (Searchlight Pictures)Director: Andrew AhnStarring: Bowen Yang, Joel Kim BoosterVariety reports that the romantic comedy is a modern spin on Jane Austen s Pride and Prejudice and will center on two best friends embarking on a weeklong vacation to Fire Island — the historic gay escape off the southern shore of Long Island — with the help of cheap rosé and a cadre of eclectic friends. Booster also wrote the script.Greek FreakDirector: TBDStarring: Uche AgadaAgada will portray NBA star Giannis Antetokounmpo in this biopic that is being developed for Disney+, according to a 2021 Variety report. Other cast members include Yetide Badaki and Dayo Okeniyi, who will portray Antetokounmpo s parents.SpookedDirector: Peter FoottStarring: TBDNews came in 2020 that Irish filmmaker Foott was developing a Disney+ supernatural comedy that The Hollywood Reporter says involves a Halloween night gone awry as trick or treaters are transformed into whatever costume they are wearing. The Return of the RocketeerDirector: TBDStarring: David OyelowoAfter some false starts, a live-action remake of the 1991 film The Rocketeer is in the works with David Oyelowo on board as an executive producer and a potential lead. Deadline reports that Ed Ricourt is writing the project, which will focus on a retired Tuskegee airman who takes up the Rocketeer mantle. Jungle Cruise 2Director: Jaume Collet-SerraStarring: Dwayne Johnson, Emily BluntAfter the success of 2021 s Jungle Cruise, it shouldn t be much of a surprise that plans were quickly in the works for a sequel film. Deadline reported in 2021 that original stars Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt were set to return for the second film and that director Jaume Collet-Serra and writer Michael Green were also returning.Free Guy 2Director: TBDStarring: Ryan ReynoldsStar Reynolds Tweeted soon after Free Guy s summer 2021 premiere that Disney would be interested in doing a second film. What that film would look like and whether Shawn Levy would return as director are still TBD especially since Disney itself hasn t officially made any comment on the matter.More Untitled Marvel, Live-Action Disney, Animated, and Pixar Films Also On the WayThat isn t all. As per usual, there are a number of movies that are shrouded in mystery – some of which come to us from the next phases of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and from Pixar. Here is the full list of those.Untitled Searchlight FilmRelease Date: April 8, 2022Untitled Searchlight Film Release Date: June 10, 2022Untitled Searchlight FilmRelease Date: August 12, 2022Untitled 20th Century Film Release Date: September 23, 2022Untitled Marvel FilmRelease Date: October 7, 2022Untitled 20th Century Film Release Date: October 21, 2022Untitled Disney Animation FilmRelease Date: November 23, 2022Untitled 20th Century Film Release Date: December 23, 2022Untitled Disney Live-Action FilmRelease Date: March 10, 2023Untitled Marvel Film Release Date: May 5, 2023Untitled Pixar Animation FilmRelease Date: June 16, 2023Untitled Disney Live-Action FilmRelease Date: July 14, 2023Untitled Marvel FilmRelease Date: July 28, 2023Untitled Disney Live-ActionRelease Date: August 11, 2023Untitled 20th Century Film Release Date: September 15, 2023Untitled Disney Live-Action Film Release Date: October 6, 2023Untitled 20th Century Film Release Date: October 20, 2023Untitled Marvel FilmRelease Date: November 3, 2023Untitled 20th Century Film Release Date: November 10, 2023Untitled Disney Animation Film Release Date: November 22, 2023Untitled Disney Live-Action Film Release Date: March 22, 2024Untitled Marvel FilmRelease Date: May 24, 2024Untitled Pixar Animation FilmRelease Date: June 14, 2024Untitled Disney Live-Action Film Release Date: July 5, 2024Untitled Marvel Film Release Date: July 26, 2024Untitled Marvel Film Release Date: November 8, 2024Untitled Star Wars FilmRelease Date: December 19, 2025Untitled Star Wars FilmRelease Date: December 17, 2027Check out the most anticipated movies of 2021 and the most anticipated movies of 2022.Thumbnail image: ©Buena Vista Pictures, ©Marvel Studios, ©Paramount PicturesOn an Apple device? 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