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bob官方地址采用百度引擎4(Baidu 5)sets his sights on bringing down hedge fund manager Bobby Axelrod (Homeland‘s Damian Lewis) for insider trading and other illegal proclivities. In other words, all this real-world talk about one-percenters is rejiggered for some A-grade entertainment with some of the best actors working today.Why you should watch it: Giamatti has built a career on playing the everyman, and here, he’s fighting for him. The actor’s turn as the hard-hitting U.S. attorney would be reason alone to watch (scenes of surprise BDSM and all), but Billions also boasts a timely, engrossing premise and firecracker performances from Lewis, Maggie Siff, Condola Rashad, Asia Kate Dillon, and a bevy of other supporters that meet Giamatti mark for mark. Season 5 premieres May 3 on Showtime.Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, VuduCommitment: Approx. 48 hours (for the first four seasons)RENO 911! 86% (Quibi)What it is: The hapless and hopeless crew at the Reno, Nevada sheriff’s department are the befuddling subject of this mockumentary series as improv comedians at the top of their game run around the biggest little city in the world stopping crime in its tracks — to less than satisfactory results. Why you should watch it: “Reno 911!” was one of the first of its mockumentary, workplace comedy kinds upon its Comedy Central premiere in 2003. Plus, it launched the comedy careers of by-this-point industry vets, including Niecy Nash, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Thomas Lennon, and Cedric Yarbrough. The season 7 reboot premieres May 4 on Quibi.Where to watch: Amazon, Google Play, MicrosoftCommitment: Approx. 32 hours (for the first six seasons)Dead to Me 89% (Netflix)What it is: Christina Applegate stars as Jen with Linda Cardellini as Judy, two widows who bond in a group therapy session through their opposing outlooks on life (the former hardened and angry, the latter new-agey and optimistic). Things in their friendship take a turn, however, when it’s learned that Judy isn’t exactly who she says she is — and she might know something about Jen’s husband’s hit-and-run death.Why you should watch it: From creator Liz Feldman and co-producers Will Ferrell, Adam McKay, and Jessica Elbaum, Dead to Me was the must-watch, pitch-black comedy of last summer and went on to earn industry vet Applegate a surprise (and well-deserved) Emmy nomination later that year. Plus, with 30-minute episodes, it’s a binge that goes down easy. Season 2 premieres May 8 on Netflix.Where to watch:  NetflixCommitment: Approx. 5 hours (for the first season)Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt 96% (Netflix)What it is: After Kimmy Schmidt (Ellie Kemper) is rescued from an underground bunker where she was being held captive by a brainwashing cult leader, she does what any young woman who wants to see the world would do: She moves to New York City! The Netflix comedy is from creators Robert Carlock and Tina Fey, and though it wrapped its acclaimed four-season run early last year, this interactive special is sure to pass the time while in quarantine. Think of it as Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, but funnier.Why you should watch it: Kimmy, her new roommate Titus Andromedon (Tituss Burgess), her new boss Jacqueline (Jane Krakowski), and her landlady Lillian Kaushtupper (Carol Kane) are sure to put a little pep in your step (and for more reasons than the titular hero’s incessant optimism) through their New York misadventures (and misunderstandings). Catch up on the whole thing before the special, which sees our hero face off with her arch nemesis in lead-up to her wedding, drops May 12 on Netflix.Where to watch: NetflixCommitment: Approx. 25 hours (for all four seasons)The 100 93% (The CW)What it is: Here’s another intelligent, original take on the post-nuclear apocalypse from Jason Rothenberg for the CW. Set 97 years after nuclear war wiped out humanity, the mere thousands remaining survived by escaping on an ark-like spaceship that remained within Earth’s orbit. The twisty caveat? The series’ title represents the 100 juvenile prisoners who, against their will, are forced out of the Ark and back to Earth to learn if it’s habitable. To their surprise, it turns out that some humans lived through the nuclear war from the century prior — and not all of them are ready to befriend the young visitors.Why you should watch it: As is the case with much of the CW’s slate of programming, The 100 is led by an impressive ensemble of young, breakout actors who are made all the more impressive by their series’ meatier material. Plus with an air-tight, high-concept foundation, there’s a reason we’ve been coming back for six seasons and counting. Season 7, its final outing, premieres May 20 on the CW.Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, Netflix, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 60 hours (for the first six seasons)Homecoming 78% (Amazon Prime)What it is: Based on the original podcast of the same name and from creators Micah Bloomberg, Eli Horowitz, and Mr. Robot mastermind Sam Esmail, Homecoming stars Julia Roberts as Heidi, an employee at the titular government facility meant to transition soldiers back into daily life post-combat. Told partially through flashback memory, the action of the series picks up when the Department of Defense comes knocking, asking why she left.Why you should watch it: Craftily told and featuring a behemoth performance from Roberts and If Beale Street Could Talk breakout Stephan James, Homecoming is for anyone who likes their conspiracy dramas served with a twist. Season 2, which stars James and Janelle Monáe, premieres May 22 on Amazon Prime.Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNOW, Google PlayCommitment: Approx. 5 hours (for the first season)Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. 95% (ABC)What it is: S.H.I.E.L.D. is the kind of agency you want at your back. Led by fan-favorite Phil Coulson (Clark Gregg, who caused uproar upon his character’s death in 2012’s The Avengers), Marvel Comics’ fictional Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement, and Logistics Division fights the behind-the-scenes battles that the average human wouldn’t dare face (see: Project Centipede and more). It’s wild, it’s crazy, and it’s been a heck of a fun time for Marvel superfans going for seven seasons strong.Why you should watch it: Sure, this puzzle piece within the Marvel Cinematic Universe maintains the franchise call-backs and tonally checks all the boxes of what we look for in a Marvel romp, but you don’t have to be a die-hard lover of Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, and company to fall for S.H.I.E.L.D.’s extraterrestrial adventures and the now-beloved ensemble of characters it has built throughout its 100-plus episodes. Season 7, it’s final installment, premieres May 27 on ABC.Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, Hulu, Microsoft, Netflix, VuduCommitment: Approx. 92 hours (for the first six seasons)Ramy 96% (Hulu)What it is: “Ramy” tells the story of a millennial Muslim trying to balance the expectations of his culture and family with his innate desires for something different.Why you should watch it: This semi-autobiographical dramedy series from comedian Ramy Youssef (who took home a surprise Golden Globe award for his performance on the first season) is a coming-of-ager unlike any other. Drenched in the cultural and religious implications of a Muslim 20-something trying to find his way, it intelligently cuts to the heart of contemporary life in the city (including religion- and race-based prejudice) while still landing a joke. Season 2 premieres May 29 on Hulu.Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, Hulu, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 5 hours (for the first season)Thumbnail image: Hulu; Sergei Bachlakov/The CW; ABC/Matthias ClamerLiked this piece? Vote for Rotten Tomatoes for Best Website (Entertainment) and Best Social (Entertainment) in the Webby Awards.

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Mark McKenna (Sing Street) stars as the compulsive vigilante hero of YouTube Original Wayne, about a 16-year-old Dirty Harry with a heart of gold. Wayne is on a quest to retrieve a smokin hot 79 Trans Am that was stolen from his father before he died. In this exclusive look at the series debut episode, Wayne breaks his crush Del out of family hell to hit the road from Boston to Florida.Wayne premieres Wednesday, January 16 on YouTube Premium.bob官方地址职业特性不同。在热血传奇和传奇世界英雄合击手游这两款游戏职业是战士,道士,法师这3种职业。但是热血传奇中战士的职业特性主要是输出,而传奇世界英雄合击手游中对战士的设定不仅是输出,还对战士进行了防御加强。

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(Photo by Courtesy of A24)When Rotten Tomatoes spoke with Sterling K. Brown recently, the Emmy-winning actor s latest project Frozen II had just opened to record numbers at the box office. When we congratulated him on the success, Brown laughed and told us, Thank you very much, man I think it was all because of me! The brag was in jest – Brown s relatively minor role as Lieutenant Mattias probably isn t the reason Frozen II is going to clear billion worldwide – but we d have forgiven him if it wasn t. The This Is Us star has plenty of reasons to boast right now: The NBC series in which he plays Randall Pearson is still one of the best-rating dramas on television; he will feature in the third season of Amazon Prime Video s The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel this December; and his production company, Indian Meadows, is developing a slew of projects, including action flick Shadow Force, in which Brown co-stars with Kerry Washington.Then there s Waves, writer-director Trey Edward Shults s acclaimed follow-up to It Comes At Night. The role of Ronald is a swing against type for Brown: the tough, uncompromising patriarch of a middle-class African American family that s upended by a tragedy. We see him pushing his high school star-wrestler son Tyler (Kelvin Harrison Jr.) to breaking point, training side-by-side with him in the family gym, equal parts motivator, tormenter, and competitor; and we see him struggling to connect with the women in the family, his daughter Emily (Taylor Russell) and wife Catharine (Renée Elise Goldsberry). As the film expands into more theaters, we asked Brown what draws him to father roles, what he learned from his young co-stars, and how he pays tribute to his own dad on screen.The following interview contains minor spoilers for Waves.Joel Meares for Rotten Tomatoes: Ronald, your character in Waves, is the latest in a line of quite different fathers that you’ve played in recent years, from N Jobu in Black Panther to Randall in This Is Us. Is there something that s drawing you to father characters at the moment?Sterling K. Brown: Well, yes and no. First of all, I m just interested in good characters. But I will say that dads in particular, as I enter into my early-to-mid–forties, I have a particularly strong calling in my life in that my dad was 45 when he passed away, and I m 43-years-old right now. I just feel his presence in and around my life very strongly. And I think things happen for a reason. These roles have sort of come at this particular time in my life because I think – I don t know – the universe sees that I m particularly accessible to them. And it s sort of my way of paying homage to a man who instilled in me, with only 10 years, a lifetime full of love. So wherever he s watching, I hope that he s enjoying the multiple depictions, some of which are akin to him, most of which are only glancing. But he was a lovely man, and I think, yeah, that s part of the reason why these dads are so present right now.(Photo by Courtesy of A24)Is there anything in the Ronald character that particularly connects with your father or the way that you are as a father yourself?Brown: I would say no. My dad was a very sensitive soul the whole time that he was in my life. He wasn t a practitioner of tough love; as a matter of fact, the opposite. My mom would often say that my dad spoiled me, and then when he passed away, it was her job to try to make sure that I was unspoiled. He would just lavish me with hugs and kisses, and, like, we kissed on the lips. And he was a really beautiful man in that way where there were no issues with how masculinity was supposed to be expressed. He just expressed his love as purely as he wanted to, and it was received in kind.I would say that Ronald is more akin to an uncle of mine, who was a military man who could be very severe and austere with his children. And his children had a really complicated relationship with him. Everything that he did was from a place of love, wanting to see his children excel to be excellent, but he could often take the air out of the room and leave things feeling kind of chilly. It was interesting for me to step into the shoes of Ronald because I was able to find a greater deal of understanding for him than I probably had for him when he was alive. And to recognize that for Ronald in particular, when you lose a member of your family – like the way Ronald lost his wife early on and was left to parent these two children by himself for a period of time before Catharine came into his life – you recognize just how precious and how fragile family can be, and it makes you hold on that much tighter.Unfortunately for him, that grasp can also feel somewhat suffocating to the person who is the receiver of that grasp, and you have to make sure that you leave room for your children to be able to have a real dialogue with you. So that every conversation is not just you telling them what to do, telling them how thankful they should be, telling them what their journey through life is supposed to be. If you can t also hear from them what they re actually going through, then when the rubber hits the road, s t hits the fan, when it all starts to go south, how can you trust that they re going to be comfortable sharing the bad stuff with you?(Photo by Courtesy of A24)Those communication lines are explored in a particularly beautiful scene late in the film, where Ronald is talking by the water with his daughter Emily. What struck me is that this isn’t just a scene about a dad finally listening to his kid, which we’ve seen a lot of, but admitting that because he never opened up a dialogue, he’s lonely – he says he has no one to talk about the tragedy that hit the family. It’s heartbreaking to see the position his stoicism has put him in.  Brown: Yeah, it is, man. And like in most cases, necessity is the mother of invention. He, his daughter, his wife, find themselves dealing with this crisis, losing their son; maybe not to a physical death but to a life of imprisonment, and it’s sent them all reeling. And the only person who he can truly talk to, who will talk to him, right now, who understands what they re going through, is his daughter. As much as it is about him wanting his daughter to share herself with him, he also feels the need to share himself with someone. Somebody was saying to me earlier today, Yeah, he s able to show weakness. And I try not to put that word on it, because I feel like there s a certain judgment with “weakness,” but sharing his vulnerability is what he s able to do, and there is strength in vulnerability. Being a man doesn t negate the ability to be vulnerable. It doesn t mean that you are being weak. It just means that you re being open if you want people to be open with you.Taylor Russell is incredible in that scene – and she’s just been nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for Waves. And Kelvin was nominated, too, for Luce. I’m sure the two took a lot away from working with you, but I’m wondering what you took away from working with these talented young actors.Brown: I think I probably got more from them than they did from me. Kel has a certain fearlessness, even in his taking the project on. I don t know if, 18 years ago, I would ve had the same level of confidence to know that I could step into this role, play it authentically, and not be villainized in the process – not be adding a negative portrayal of young African American males to an already fraught environment in which people are looking to us as being less than, to be demonized, et cetera. I ve heard him speak about this, and he says, Well, I know that I m a good person, and I know that this is being played by me. So even when he does something wrong, I believe that people will be able to see the goodness in me.” Anytime I feel like I should shy away from something because I m worried about a negative depiction, I will come back to my conversations with Kelvin and his stepping into Tyler as an example of, like, maybe not so fast. There s potential for something beautiful in the damage to this human being.And I think from Taylor, I really applaud how she was not afraid to be small. What I mean is that, like, she gave herself a wonderful trajectory of blossoming into somewhat of the savior of this family, right? Someone who was able to save themselves and save her family. She was so quiet and so tiny, but once love came into her life, once she started to explore her own feelings of her relationship with her brother, she took up more and more space. I think it takes a great level of confidence as a performer to start in such a tiny way, but to give yourself a place to go to. I think it s a really wonderful arc that she helped create with Trey for her character in the film.Trey had a very specific vision for this film. You’ve spoken about the script having embedded audio cues, and there are color schemes for different sections of the film. What was it like working with a director who had what seems to be a very specific aesthetic and audio-visual experience in mind?Brown: You would think that someone who is as specific as Trey is, who had the aspect ratios crafted and the shifting ratios throughout the course of the film, you would think that they would be somewhat of a taskmaster. Where it s like, “No, it s got to be like this. It s got to look like this,” blah blah blah blah blah. But he gave little to no direction on set. One, I think he trusted his casting and the people he chose to inhabit these roles. And then two, I don t think filmmaking for him is so much of crafting performance. It s more about standing out of the way of your actors and giving them the space to own the characters for themselves. So he would just let the camera roll.It was a lot of scenes played in one [shot]. The scene between Catharine and Ronald in the bedroom is one shot, with the camera floating between the two of them, and he probably shot it three times and he s like, “I got it.” And Renée and I looked at each other, like, “You sure, man?” He s like, “Yeah, yeah, moving on.” We re like, “OK.” It’s almost like you forget that the camera s even in the room. It becomes a fly on the wall, and it s just capturing this slice of life. I think the beauty of his filmmaking is that he has implicit trust in his performers, and that the camera s going to capture what he needs in order to tell his story.(Photo by Monica Lek, Courtesy of A24)You shot this film by flying red eyes down to Florida, while shooting This Is Us, and you did Frozen and many other projects while doing TV, too. At this point in your career, are you just like, “I m taking all of these opportunities and I m not resting on the series.” What s driving you right now?Brown: I think that s part of it. I think that 10, 12 years ago or what have you, if you became known for a popular television series or whatnot, then most people only wanted to see you play that character. It could become something that you become known as Randall. And the idea of being able to do anything outside of Randall was nothing anybody wanted to see. And so while I m able to take advantage of opportunities to show a diversity of character, it s always much more pleasing to be recognized for a body of work than it is for one character. Because number one, I am not the character. I mean, the character comes from me, but he s not the totality of me. And so while I can, while opportunities are being presented that are diverse and that show different aspects of my personality, I want to be able to step into them so that people see me as an actor and not as one particular character.I want to finish with a Rotten Tomatoes-specific question. You were in a movie that this year became the number one video game adaptation of all time, according to the Tomatometer. Angry Birds 2 actually knocked off previous number one, Ryan Reynolds in Detective Pikachu…Brown: Nice, nice!And number two was Dwayne Johnson in Rampage. So, just wondering if you have any words for the guys you knocked down the list? Brown: Eat it! Eat my shorts, man! [Laughing] Freaking Pikachu and that monkey can both eat it. No, just kidding. Listen. That s an interesting way to be in the same company as The Rock and frigging Deadpool, but if I can beat them in any way, I ll start there and see what else. Maybe one day me and The Rock will have an arm-wrestling competition and I can do something.Well if he s seen Waves, he might be worried.Brown: He might. He might be, yeah. I m coming for you, Dwayne.
The wait is almost over! Vin Diesel and his family — now including John Cena — are back for F9, the latest installment of the Fast Furious franchise, and it’s finally arriving in theaters on June 25. More than a month ahead of that release, though, a number of critics have had the chance to see the sequel and were permitted to share their thoughts on social media.As you’re no doubt expecting, this movie is reportedly filled with ridiculous action to the point that it’s potentially too silly in its physics-defying spectacle. Does it have any script problems? Who cares, right? Especially when Han (Sung Kang) is back and properly honored. Regardless, it’s still fun seeing the positive buzz on this highly anticipated blockbuster.Here’s what critics are saying about F9:How does F9 compare to the rest of the franchise?F9 is outrageous and one of the biggest, baddest additions to the Fast family franchise.  Shannon McGrew, Nightmarish ConjuringsF9 was AMAZING! Justin Lin s return is a high ranking entry.  Mike Reyes, CinemaBlendIt s a TON OF FUN!! This is ultimate Fast Furious.  Molly Freeman, Screen RantF9 is grandiose fun. Bombastic, brazen, bold.  Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionF9 is by far the biggest and most ridiculous Fast Furious yet. [But it’s] miles from the precision of Fast Five or the fun of Tokyo Drift.  David Ehrlich, IndieWireThis is one of the weakest entries in the franchise, probably near the bottom. If they continue this, I honestly hope they are spin-offs like Hobbs and Shaw, which I enjoyed much more.  Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentIt s the worst FF movie to date.  John Campea, The John Campea Show(Photo by ©Universal Pictures)How is the cast?Vin Diesel and John Cena are terrific. Tyrese is the stealth MVP. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionTyrese steals the whole god damn show. Shannon McGrew, Nightmarish ConjuringsAlso HAN IS STILL GREAT!!! Molly Freeman, Screen RantHow is the action?The action continues to be pure bonkers adrenaline…absolute blockbuster bliss. Mike Reyes, CinemaBlendSupercharged stunts and ambitious action set pieces mix with combustible soap opera dramatics. It’s a cacophony [of] car-crunching mayhem. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionAnything is possible, there are surprises at every turn, the stunts are at their best. Shannon McGrew, Nightmarish ConjuringsThe action feels fresh and innovative, if not necessarily bigger. Molly Freeman, Screen Rant(Photo by ©Universal Pictures)Does the plot match the spectacle?The story actually gets some exciting depths. Mike Reyes, CinemaBlendIt weaves in John Cena s Jakob in a smart way that builds on the theme of family, giving it some real heart. Molly Freeman, Screen RantIt takes a while to rev up but won me over by the end. David Ehrlich, IndieWireIt’s overly long, convoluted. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentDoes it get too ridiculous?The Fast movies 4-8 work well because they embrace the ridiculousness. But at some point it s way too much. The couple of moments of laughs and charm are totally overwhelmed by the eye rolling nonsense. John Campea, The John Campea ShowF9 gets busy (too busy)… in its outer-space sequence, flirts with jumping the shark. Owen Gleiberman, VarietySo ridiculously over the top that it borders on being insulting rather than fun and entertaining. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentEverything is over-the-top, and I loved every second of it. Shannon McGrew, Nightmarish ConjuringsI found myself giggling at the sheer audacity of a few of the big set pieces and some other stuff. It’ll absolutely make you forget your troubles for a few hours. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionHearing other people laugh around me when some ridiculously over the top action happened was the best part. Thank you science. Steve Weintraub, Collider(Photo by ©Universal Pictures)So it s worth seeing in a theater?If you feel safe going I definitely definitely definitely suggest seeing it on the big screen cause wow wow wow. Shannon McGrew, Nightmarish ConjuringsMAN I MISSED GOING TO THE MOVIES. and Fast Furious 9 was definitely a fun one to be my first movie back in theaters!! Molly Freeman, Screen RantDo we need to watch all the previous movies ahead of time?I m glad I watched all eight main Fast Furious movies before seeing F9 — the movie rewards longtime fans in some cool ways. But I m gonna give myself a headache trying to make the franchise timeline make sense! You just gotta roll with it! Molly Freeman, Screen Rant[F9 delivers] satisfying answers to some important questions. Mike Reyes, CinemaBlendSo the franchise is still going strong?With Justin Lin at the helm it feels like things are finally moving in the right direction. David Ehrlich, IndieWire[There’s] plenty of gas left in the tank. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionThis franchise has officially run out of gas. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentF9 opens in theaters on June 25, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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(Photo by © Warner Bros. )Space Jam: A New Legacy is no Jurassic World, but never underestimate the appeal of a film that has become a generational security blanket. Twenty-five years after the release of the original Space Jam movie, the sequel has topped the box office and given some hope to a family box office market struggling to bring kids ineligible for vaccinations back to the theaters. (Not to mention that other added barrier: the convenience of family films like Space Jam: A New Legacy being available to stream at home.) This week was a more than solid opening for A New Legacy, but is it just another front-loaded event picture that will leave its studio wishing for more?King of the Crop: A New Legacy Hopes to Go Strong For All Four Quarters After Blistering Opening First, let’s go to the charts. Space Jam: A New Legacy opened in first this weekend with .7 million. That is the fifth best opening of the year – just ahead of WB’s Godzilla vs. Kong’s .6 million, if the estimates hold (and GvK had a two-day head start). That is also the best family-oriented opening of 2021, surpassing even Cruella’s four-day Memorial Day opening of .5 million. LeBron James fans may even point out that it is better than the .5 million start that Michael Jordan’s Space Jam kicked off with back in 1996. Though with inflation that was about a .6 million opening and the movie went on to make more than 6 million. (At the time of its release, that was the fifth best opening of 1996, but the movie dropped to seventh in subsequent weeks when Star Trek: First Contact and the live-action 101 Dalmatians opened bigger.)GOAT debate aside, there was not a lot of chatter that Space Jam was going to dethrone Black Widow in its second weekend after a record-breaking pandemic opening. And yet here we are. But long term is the question now, with watchers wondering whether A New Legacy will join the exclusive company of 0 million films. So far it has taken at least a million opening to achieve the ranks of 0 million. By next week we will have three films in that bracket: A Quiet Place Part II, F9, and Black Widow. Godzilla vs. Kong is still a bit of an anomaly in that it had very little competition; it was in the top 5 for six weeks and the top 10 for 10 weeks, and it still stands at just 0.5 million.(Photo by ©2021 Disney Enterprises)The good news for Jam is that family films, while not breaking the bank, have been pretty consistent in bringing in audiences post-opening weekend. Raya and the Last Dragon had a disappointing .5 million start back in March, but is now up to over million (or 6.42 times its opening). Cruella and Peter Rabbit 2 were at 3.82x and 3.83x their openings entering this weekend and The Boss Baby: Family Business is approaching getting over the 3x hump. Cruella’s number, though a far cry from being a success against is budget, is interesting given its availability on Disney+ via Premier Access. The Boss Baby sequel may be a better gauge for A New Legacy, given it is also available as part of a streaming subscription (Peacock) with no extra cost. As of this weekend the film is at a 2.76 multiplier, but also opened to just a bit more than half of A New Legacy’s start. Can this be the second Warner Bros./HBO Max title to reach 0 million – after Godzilla vs. Kong? A new generation will tell.The Top 10 and Beyond: Black Widow Has Big Second-Weekend Drop, But Still Aims for 0 MillionMarvel’s Black Widow reached one high peak already during the pandemic box office, which means it had the furthest to fall too. Its 67.2% drop from its opening of million down to .3 million this weekend was the third-highest drop of the year for a wide release after Mortal Kombat fell 73.2% and Demon Slayer fell 69% in the same weekend. The positives still outweigh the setback, though, as the film managed to gross over 5 million in its first full week and will eventually be passing both F9 and A Quiet Place Part II to become the highest-grossing film (domestically) of the pandemic so far.But is a 0 million total now in jeopardy? The film has fallen behind the pace of Ant-Man and the Wasp already, which had 3 million after 10 days with a million second weekend – it finished with 6 million. Black Widow is at 2 million and could actually become the first July release to have over 0 million in its first 10 days and not reach the 0 million milestone. Disney also chose not to report its Premier Access numbers this week.(Photo by ©Universal Pictures)Checking in on the films that Widow is chasing for the top spot, we have F9 making .6 million this weekend, driving its total to 4.8 million after 24 days of release. Last week, we put the film in line with Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, which had 0.5 million in the bank after an .9 million fourth weekend. Somewhere around that film’s total haul of 2 million still looks right and F9 continues to lead the way internationally with over 1 million to date. A Quiet Place Part II just finished a seven-week stay in the top 5 and is still holding onto a narrow lead over F9 with 5 million. In many ways this is the truest success story of the pandemic so far. An exclusive theatrical run from Memorial Day weekend through last weekend and a consistent audience that is going to drive it to over 0 million: This is the film most deserving of the “theaters are back” title.The other sequel unleashed in theaters this week, Escape Room: Tournament of Champions, grossed just .8 million this weekend. That is down nearly million from the .2 million the first film did when it became a modest hit in January 2019, finishing with million. The critical consensus on the Escape Room sequel is not so far off from the original, with a Tomatometer of 42% compared to the first film s 51%. It s worth noting that franchise horror has been going lower and lower in terms of box office pull this summer since A Quiet Place Part II opened to .5 million. The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It did .1 million the week after Quiet Place opened, then The Forever Purge started with .5 million a month later. Lest we not forget Spiral starting with just .7 million in mid-May. The third Conjuring film was the only one of the bunch not exclusive to theaters upon opening. An original horror film, M. Night Shyamalan s Old, will test the audience’s thirst this upcoming week and the genre could reclaim the number 1 slot.(Photo by © NEON)Opening in 927 theaters was the acclaimed but controversial documentary Roadrunner about Anthony Bourdain, which took in .9 million or about as much as Apollo 11 opened to in just 120 theaters in 2019. In only 552 theaters is Pig, with Nicolas Cage as a truffle hunter searching for his stolen companion. It scrounged up 5,000 for a ,712 per-screen-average compared to Roadrunner’s ,000. A24’s Zola is out of the top 10, but is up to .2 million with another 0,000 this weekend.On the Vine: M. Night Shyamalan Returns To Battle Henry Golding in Action ModeNext week, M. Night Shyamalan turns the Fountain of Youth – or its complete opposite – into the Beach in his latest thriller, Old. Its challenger for the week is the latest in the G.I. Joe series, an origin story for Snake Eyes with Henry Golding stepping into the role. It could make for an interesting box office battle, one that is rife with potential for both major surprise and crushing disappointment.Full List of Box Office Results: July 16-18, 2021
(Photo by Ryan Green /© Universal Pictures)Turn that Jack-o -lantern frown upside down because the studio that brought us Paranormal Activity, The Invisible Man, and is spearheading Universal’s reimagined Dark Universe is making a last-minute effort to save what was looking like a bit of a downer Halloween.Enter BlumFest, horror studio Blumhouse’s brand-new fan event for genre fiends, which will drop this Thursday, October 29, at 1pm ET / 10am PT on YouTube.A kind of mini convention for horror fans, BlumFest will feature virtual panels – hosted by Rotten Tomatoes’ own Jacqueline Coley – as well as updates and major news announcements about Blumhouse’s latest and upcoming movie and TV projects.Yes, before you ask, Laurie Strode will be in attendance, with Jamie Lee Curtis joining writer-director David Gordon Green, Blumhouse head honcho Jason Blum, and others for a discussion about Halloween Kills, the sequel to 2018’s Certified Fresh Halloween, set to hit theaters in 2021.Other exciting panels include a discussion with Ethan Hawke about his series, The Good Lord Bird, currently the best-reviewed show on the Fall calendar.Looking to dive into stuff you won’t have to wait years to see? BlumFest will also include a chat with the cast and writer-director of The Craft: Legacy, as well as a panel with Vince Vaughn, Kathryn Newton, and write-director Chris Landon, whose horror-comedy Freaky releases November 13.Blum is also promising some big surprise guests at the festival, which is available on Blumhouse’s YouTube channel.Here’s a full breakdown of what to expect:Welcome to the Blumhouse: Amazon Studios’ Jennifer Salke and Jason Blum discuss the collaboration between the two companies that resulted in recent films The Lie, Nocturne, Evil Eye, and Black Box.The Craft: Legacy: With writer-director Zoe Lister Jones and cast members Cailee Spaeny, Gideon Adlon, Lovie Simone, Zoey Luna, Nicholas Galitzine, Michelle Monaghan, and David Duchovny.The Good Lord Bird: With executive producer, writer, and star Ethan Haawke.Freaky: With writer-director Chris Landon and stars Vince Vaughn and Kathryn Newton.Halloween Kills: With Jamie Lee Curtis, writer-director David Gordon Green; franchise producer Malek Akkad from Trancas Entertainment; producer Bill Block from Miramax; and producer Jason Blum.
This Week s Ketchup brings you seven headlines from the world of film development news, covering such titles as One-Punch Man, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark 2, and Venom: Let There Be Carnage. This WEEK S TOP STORYSONY DELAYS SPIDER-MAN AND VENOM SEQUELS, MOVES UP UNCHARTED(Photo by ©Marvel/©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)This week saw a number of release date changes for some of Sony s biggest titles, beginning with the Venom sequel, starring Tom Hardy as the titular anti-hero and Woody Harrelson as (presumably) the crimson red serial killer Carnage. That movie had been scheduled for October 2, 2020, but Venom 2 became Venom: Let There Be Carnage as it got bumped back eight months to next summer on June 25, 2021 (taking the spot where The Batman previously was to have been released). Sony Pictures also quickly took advantage of the announcement to Tweet out a brief teaser of the new title. Then, late on Friday, Sony further announced that its third Spider-Man film featuring the MCU s Tom Holland, which was set to open on July 16, 2021, will be pushed back four months to November 5, the release date of Marvel s Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which was itself then also pushed back to March 5, 2022. Remember that domino effect we were talking about? Holland s other big film, the video game adaptation Uncharted, was then moved forward from October 8, 2021 to replace the untitled Spider-Man sequel in the now-vacant July 16 slot. To top it all off, the sequel to the Oscar-winning animated film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, which had been planned for April 8, 2022, was also pushed back six months to October 7 of the same year. Whew!Other Top Headlines1. WARNER BROS. DELAYS THE RELEASES OF THE BATMAN AND SHAZAM 2 (Photo by Matt Reeves)Some of the movies originally scheduled for the summer of 2020 have been pushed back because of COVID-19, which has resulted in a domino effect, with their delays leading to delays in other films. In some cases, the movies scheduled for next year that were supposed to be filming right now need that much more extra time to get filmed, get through post-production, and get released. Few movies need quite as much time as supehero movies do, so it was probably always inevitable that Warner Bros. would have to push some of their 2021 and 2022 DC Comics movies back a bit. The biggest film being delayed is The Batman, from 6/25/2021 to October 1, 2021. Shazam! 2 was to have been released on April 1, 2022, but is now scheduled for November 4, 2022. Another studio that delayed two of their big franchise movies is Paramount Pictures, which has delayed Mission: Impossible 7 from 7/23/2021 to 11/19/2021 and Mission: Impossible 8 from 8/5/2022 to 11/4/2022, which is a curious move because it means they just put their big Tom Cruise action movie right up against the Shazam! sequel that also just moved.2. ARE YOU READY FOR (MORE) SCARY STORIES TO TELL IN THE DARK? (Photo by CBS Films)Lionsgate probably did not have as big of box office success with last year s Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (Certified Fresh at 78%) (5 million worldwide) as they might have hoped, but the PG-13 horror film was also produced relatively cheaply ( million), and it s also one that should have a good shelf life, since it can be revived every Halloween for a new generation of kids. That is presumably part of why Paramount Pictures (taking over from CBS Films) felt confident enough with the possible new franchise as they have pulled the trigger on a sequel by hiring the same director and writers. Director André Øvredal (Trollhunter, The Autopsy of Jane Doe) and writers Dan and Kevin Hageman can now spend their COVID-19 stay-at-home time working on a new set of stories from Alvin Schwartz s original anthology books for the next movie. Which stories from the Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark books do you think should be adapted for the second movie?3. A HUNGER GAMES PREQUEL IS IN THE WORKS(Photo by Murray Close/Lionsgate courtesy Everett Collection)Before Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace came out over 20 years ago, there was a time when people were perhaps more optimistic about a popular franchise going back a generation to tell a prequel story about the franchise s big bad villain. Now, people look back at the Star Wars prequels and many think three movies about the young Darth Vader were maybe not a great deal, but hey, another popular franchise would never make the same mistake, right? Tell that to the people who mad The Hunger Games, because author Suzanne Collins has written an upcoming novel called The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes (5/19/2020) about the future villain Coriolanus Snow when he was a young 18-year-old man. Lionsgate has quickly picked up the rights to The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, which will again be directed by Francis Lawrence, who directed all of the Hunger Games movies except the first one. The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes tells the story of young Coriolanus Snow, who is frustrated when he discovers he has been assigned to mentor the girl tribute from impoverished District 12 (the same district that Jennifer Lawrence s Katniss Everdeen will also eventually come from).4. POPULAR ANIME FRANCHISE ONE-PUNCH MAN GETS LIVE-ACTION ADAPTATION(Photo by Viz Media)Although last year s Pokemon: Detective Pikachu was usually credited as being a success for video game movies, the argumennt could also be made that it was just as much an adaptation of anime and manga, which is another type of live-action adaptation that has mostly struggled in Hollywood to date. As with most of these situations, it s inevitably just a matter of time before someone in the industry figures out the right project, which then becomes a big enough success that it opens the gates for others. Sony Pictures is gambling that perhaps the popular anime series One-Punch Man could be exactly that, as they are now developing a live-action One-Punch Man movie, which will be adapted for the big screen by Venom screenwriters Scott Rosenberg and Jeff Pinkner. One-Punch Man tells the continuing adventures of a superhero called Saitama who has perfected his fighting abilities to the point where he can literally defeat any opponent with just one punch, but that overwhelming power has also left him bored with his life.
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bob官方地址 Best-Reviewed Foreign-Language Movies 2020Our Teflon™ 2019 Oscar holdover, Portrait of A Lady On Fire, finds another win here for Best-Reviewed Foreign-Language Movie, as it was released after our cutoff for last year s Golden Tomatoes. Among the list of foreign-language winners, we also have a pair of docs that are not to be missed: One that chronicles the lockdown in Wuhan, China, and another about political corruption that rivals All the President s Men for drama. Our list was topped by a romance but there is plenty to love for genre fans, including the hilarious and gory revenge comedy Why Don t You Just Die! and Guatemala s entry for the 2021 Academy Awards, La Llorona.The order of the rank below reflects the Adjusted Score as of February 28, 2021. Scores might change over time.« Previous Category Next Category »

这是一款专业的为变态手游打造的一款集合类游戏平台,软件上有非常丰富的变态手游资源提供给玩家下载试玩,让你手游从此再无氪金,登录就送首充,还有各种福利拿不停,心动不如行动,快来试试吧。1.上线就有GM特权+变态福利+3折折扣。2.游戏不想玩了?免费转游戏,你充值的金额全部换到另一个游戏中。3.想刷什么就刷什么,自己当GM,体验不一样的游戏快乐。1.新用户登录就送首充奖励,每天还有登录福利领不停,让你玩游戏根本不花钱。2.自动折扣充值,不封号不限号,1秒到账,真实快乐的游戏充值体验。3.平台游戏中的账号还支持交易功能,让你的账号安全又保值。 The show s fans had contributed to a GoFundMe effort to get the message out and sent a plane trailing a #SaveTheExpanse banner over Amazon Studios in Santa Monica. They created homemade trailers to promote the series and their mission to rescue it from cancellation.The passion fans have shown has floored the cast and creators. There s an enthusiasm and excitement that we d haven t really experienced before being a part of the show, said Wes Chatham, who plays Rocinante mechanic and muscle Amos Burton in the series. Also, there s a kind of relationship and a connection to the fans that s unlike anything I ve ever experienced before because they were so supportive and instrumental. We went through this thing together. It kind of like ties you. Like, I see people in Whole Foods, and we re just like hugging it out. He s like, Man, I love this show. I was there from the beginning, you know? So, we kind of have this kind of relationship and this connection. It s just an incredible thing to be a part of. (Photo by James Dimmock/Amazon Prime)Chatham also relishes the storytelling opportunity that comes with their new streaming home. Being on broadcast television in general just has its challenges, because if you re trying to tell a story, and the story wants to go somewhere that s honest and truthful, and there s a lot of edge to it, you ve got to round those edges out in broadcast television, Chatham told reporters. You got to work until commercials, you got to have the act breaks, five act breaks that go to the commercial, and have the time a specific way. You re not following the story; you re following guidelines for an advertisement. Being on Amazon, you can follow the story wherever it takes you; it can be beautiful, it can be ugly, it can be harsh, it can be violent, but you have to go through all those to be able to express the story and have it live to its highest potential, he continued. From a creative perspective, the story is the most important thing — which in broadcast TV, there s a lot of other important things — and I love that. I love working like that. I don t know if I could go back to any other version of working. (Photo by Amazon Prime)Speaking of storytelling, season 4 reflects the events of Expanse book Cibola Burn, propelling our heroes through the Ring System to the human-habitable planet of Ilus, disputed territory that a ship of Belter war refugees has settled. The settlers want their own permanent home, while Earth s government wants measured settlement of newfound Earth-like planets, and private industry wants, for one, to get in on the mining opportunities on planets like Ilus, which they call New Terra. Avasarala sends Jim Holden (Steven Strait) and crew in on a diplomacy mission, to act as her eyes and ears between the settlers and representatives of Royal Charter Energy, which had a U.N. charter for scientific exploration of the planet. My writing partner, Daniel, has a biology degree, Franck said about the origin of Ilus, and we would talk a lot about all the things that other sci-fi gets wrong with alien biology. So we started playing around with the idea of a planet with alien biology on it and the ways that that would present. That s mostly where it came from. But that alien biology is trying to kill these characters. That idea of when you go to a new place, anything there that isn t trying to kill you doesn t know you exist, Franck said. The minute something realizes you exist, it s going to try to kill you, because that s how nature works. And dropping people into that alien biology  you re a big bag of moisture with high-energy atoms in it — something s going to try to eat those, because that s delicious. The season also reaches beyond the story in Cibola Burn, which allows the writers to continue utilizing characters that didn t appear in the novel.(Photo by James Dimmock/Amazon Prime)Asked what challenges the storyline changes presented, Franck said:  This is going to sound cheesy, but it wasn t really challenges; it was opportunities. We had a novella called Gods of Risk that Bobbie Draper appears in, and we used that as the launching point for a Bobbie story this season, which was a lot of fun to write. Bobbie is one of my favorite characters to write for. Then the whole election of Chrisjen Avasarala was a thing that we had always talked about for the books but had never done, because obviously she is a politician who has never been elected. What is that like when somebody who has never been elected has to run to office for the first time? Franck continued. That was a lot of fun just watching her put up with the indignities of having to answer to anyone, because, I don t know if you guys watch the show, but Chrisjen Avasarala is not a person who likes answering to people. She s not a person who tolerates being questioned, and having her run for election where all people do is question every decision she makes and put a lot of demands on her time, that was a lot of fun. So, yeah, it wasn t challenging, it was awesome.

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The CW s iZombie, now in its fifth and final season, proved to be the little comic book TV show that could.Based on the DC/Vertigo comic by Chris Roberson and Mike Allred, it tells the tale of Liv Moore (Rose McIver), a medical resident who ends up becoming a zombie at a party. But unlike the typical walking dead of other movies, TV shows, and comics, Liv can keep her wits about her thanks to a steady diet of brains, whose personalities and memories she absorbs. Abandoning her old life — and ditching all-American heartthrob fiance Major Lilywhite (Robert Buckley) in the process — she realized her affliction could be an asset. After getting a job at the county morgue to feed her new brain habit, she and her boss, Ravi Chakrabarti (Rahul Kohli), team up with Seattle police officer Clive Babineaux (Malcolm Goodwin) to solve murders by eating the brains of victims and accessing their memories to find out who killed them.The show grew from there with an ongoing arc about the origin of the zombie virus and, eventually, the world learning of their existence. By renewing the series for a fifth and final season, The CW allowed executive producer Rob Thomas the chance to wrap up Liv’s story and reveal the fate of New Seattle.(Photo by Michael Courtney/The CW)When Rotten Tomatoes visited the set of iZombie last November, co-star Robert Buckley joked that he had not heard the series was coming to an end.“This day keeps getting worse and worse,” he quipped. At the same time, his joke was somewhat based in truth: “This is the first year where I haven t asked ahead for what s going on. In previous seasons, the writing staff clued him in on their plans for Major, who was eventually also turned into a zombie. This time around, he (and star McIver, too) wanted to be in the dark and enjoy the suspense as the series built to its ultimate ending.“I don t know how it ends. I don t know if we re going to leave the door cracked [for a revival],” Buckley said.Although the ending was still unknown to both actors at the time of our interview, which took place in the middle of season 5 s filming schedule, McIver said she hoped Liv and Major were finally able commit to one other — at least in a more permanent fashion than the way the show has toyed with reuniting the couple in the past.“I think most romances — most relationships that I ever seek to believe in — have some sort of chaos that have led into them,” McIver said. “I think it makes you know each other that much better. You ve been friends as well. The kind of fairy tale illusion is shed, and that s good, because I think you don t really know somebody when you think that they re perfect.”Buckley recalled talking to Thomas about Major and Liv’s rapport before they shot the pilot. At the time, the executive producer compared them to Sam (Ted Danson) and Diane (Shelly Long) from Cheers, a.k.a. one of TV s all-time great “will they or won’t they?” couples. When he pressed his boss further about getting the two characters together for real, Buckley recalled Thomas saying that perhaps the two would finally make a go for it somewhere down the line, like in season 5.(Photo by Michael Courtney/The CW)Of course, romance is never an easy thing for the two characters, particularly in light of the insane obstacles they ve faced over the last several years. In season 4, Major killed Chase Graves (Jason Dohring) to save Liv s life, and ascended to the head of the Filmore-Graves private military corporation. With him as the new commander and Liv continuing on as Renegade, the two make an uneasy alliance to ensure brain matter continues to flow into New Seattle and prevent a zombie holocaust. And though it might be McIver’s wish to see them together, Liv and Major still have plenty to work through.“We ve forgiven each other, but you don t forget all of the difficulty that you ve gotten through,” she said. “So it s not like, ‘Oh he s straight back in, best friends, everything s smooth.’ It s a very complicated thing.”Beyond the characters personal issues, though, both have a keen interest in keeping the U.S. government from nuking New Seattle and its zombie population off the map.“We both want what s best for the people around us and the people we love,” McIver said. “I wouldn t say we ve banded together at every turn, but there s a definite respect for the way that we re handling it and the information that s shared between us.”Buckley agreed with that assessment.“We re both just trying to protect people and champion justice and all that, but we both found ourselves beginning on different paths and we ve just stayed on them,” he said, adding, “I think our common goal is the same.” He also added that the death of Chase will allow Major to be less rigid. “I think Major was being a good soldier in some of that, which was a bit extreme. [Now] there s a bit more flexibility.”(Photo by Bettina Strauss/The CW)The situation in New Seattle as season 5 begins is intense, but McIver promised the show will still find the funny.“[The] stakes are really high. The humor, though, is still really high, which I think is great,” she said. And despite Liv holding onto her role as Renegade and smuggling people into New Seattle, she will still have time to help Clive with cases.“I feel like I m pulling out all the stops,” she said of Liv’s transitions into other people’s personas this season, one of which she teased as “Salsa Brain.”“You re not metering yourself anymore. You re not playing this long game If we ve got ideas, [we] use them,” she continued. “If we have things that we haven t played with the other characters we re using them now. It s been pretty full-on, like, full gung-ho.”While being a zombie is a now an important facet of Liv s existence, there is always the possibility that the cure Ravi discovered in Isobel’s (Izabela Vidovic) brain could lead to a new way of life for the New Seattle zombies. But McIver is ambivalent about using the cure to offer Liv and Major a human ending.“It doesn t serve all of our metaphors,” she said.On the show, zombies symbolize “minorities or people who ve been marginalized” and offering a widespread cure would suggest that marginalization is like a disease to be eliminated and not a condition to be understood.(Photo by Jordon Nuttall/The CW)“I think it s great for the zombies to still be able to exist,” McIver said. “At this point, I feel like [it s] similar about humans eating meat. It would be great if an alternative came that was grown. You know how they re trying to make fake meat? An equivalent of that would be a really good thing, I feel like, for zombies — a fake brain compound.”Buckley said he would prefer for Major to remain a zombie as well.“I think when he became a zombie it sort of gave him a sense of purpose again in advocating for the less fortunate,” he explained. “Leave him in the minority and have him be their champion.”The two actors both reiterated that these are merely their hopes for the conclusion, as neither had seen the finale script. Nonetheless, it seemed McIver may not be ready to let Liv go. While McIver wore a wig while playing the character, she mentioned that she had recently dyed her hair blonde and cut it short, her character s trademark look. I didn t look anything like Liv the whole time I shot, she said. Now I m, like, clearly finding it hard to say goodbye.”iZombie airs Thursdays at 8 p.m. on The CW.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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