布衣神途传奇手游，这是一款支持玩家一刀秒杀任何boss的神途传奇手游，游戏中带有十分高清的游戏画质，同时游戏内拥有经典战法道三职业玩法，任何玩家在这里都不会玩腻疲劳。 (Photo by Eric Milner / Orion Pictures / Everett Collection)According to the “Horror Remake Tomatometer Predictor”™ (not a thing, and definitely not trademarked), the upcoming Child’s Play remake has a 43.2% chance of having a Fresh Tomatometer score. Why? The 1988 original, about a serial killer named Charles Lee Ray continuing his deadly rampage after his soul is voodoo d into a doll (made sense in the 1980s), sits at 67% on the Tomatometer. The Fresh score of the original means the 2019 remake has a better chance of achieving critical glory than a remake with Rotten source material, which only has an 11% chance of being Fresh.Yes, we’re getting nerdy.How do we know this? We did a deep dive into the Tomatometer and pulled the data on 91 horror remakes, reboots, and adaptations, so we could drop some fun Tomatometer stats on you. We’re hoping the Child’s Play remake can break the curse of the Rotten remakes, and do what the A Nightmare on Elm Street, Friday the 13th, Halloween, and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre remakes couldn’t do — be Fresh.Quick note: We included horror remakes, reboots, and second adaptations of novels (think Pet Sematary from earlier this year). To avoid using the confusing and super-hyphenated “remake/reboot/adaptations,” for every section, we’re using “remake” as a blanket term for all the movies.1. The Average Tomatometer Score for Horror Remakes is 44.4%(Photo by IFC Midnight/ Everett Collection)The Rotten 44.4% Tomatometer average is a long way away from the 79.2% Tomatometer average of the originals in our sample, and we’re not quite sure why that’s the case. However, after watching One Missed Call (0%, 2008), Cabin Fever (0%, 2016), and Flatliners (4%, 2017), we have a pretty good idea why the average for remakes is so Rotten.2. Fresh Horror Remakes Come from Originals with an 87.6% Tomatometer Average(Photo by 20th Century Fox Film Corp./Everett Collection)You are probably thinking, “So good remakes come from good originals? Duh, I could’ve told you that,” and that is reasonable. However, now you can add, “Rotten Tomatoes data backs it up.” The 33 Fresh remakes in our list came from originals with an 87.6% Tomatometer average. Also, remakes of horror movies with an 87%-plus Tomatometer score have a 55% Tomatometer average, which is higher than the 44.4% overall average for remakes. In other words, producers looking for some form of critical praise should consider remaking super Fresh horror classics.3. Rotten Horror Remakes Come from Originals with a 74% Tomatometer Average(Photo by Paramount Pictures)The 58 Rotten remakes we analyzed came mostly from Fresh, but not super Fresh, originals. Classics like Halloween (95%, 1978), House of Wax (95%, 1933), and Psycho (97%, 1960) did some heavy Tomatometer lifting, but, overall, only 20 of the 58 (or 33.8%) original horror movies in the set had Tomatometer scores over 90%. The strength of these classics kept the Tomatometer average Fresh, but they had to combat the 15 Rotten originals such as Prom Night (45%, 1980), When a Stranger Calls (31%, 1979), and The Amityville Horror (29%, 1979) for Tomatometer respectability.4. Only Two Fresh Remakes Came from the 17 Rotten Originals(Photo by New Line/ Everett Collection)If the source material is Rotten, odds are the remake will be Rotten as well. By all accounts, it seems obvious that Rotten movies would breed Rotten remakes. However, you’d think the writers, producers, and directors went into the remakes thinking they could easily improve upon the critically panned original. Only The Town That Dreaded Sundown (70%, 2014) and Willard (64%, 2003) were able to overcome their Rotten roots, but, even then, they weren’t able to achieve boss-level 90%-plus Tomatometer scores.5. Only Five Horror Remakes Have 90%-Plus Tomatometer Scores(Photo by United Artists/ Everett Collection)There are some 33 originals in our set with 90%-plus Tomatometer scores, but just five remakes that scored 90% and above. There is some good news though: the five super Fresh remakes are awesome (hyperbole intended). The Mummy (100%, 1959), Invasion of the Body Snatchers (94%, 1978), Nosferatu The Vampyre (95%, 1979), Evil Dead 2 (98%,1987), and The Fly (92%, 1988) are stone-cold classics that perfectly adapt, remake, or reboot-quel (Evil Dead 2) previous classics.6. Remakes of Classic 1970s and 1980s Slasher Movies Have a Frighteningly Rotten 26.1% Average
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Gena Rowlands and John Cassavetes. [I chose this one] because of Gena, because I watched it when my mind was first opened up to what cinema could be when I was a young actress starting out and discovering the scope of film. Everything that Gena does in this, as well as in A Woman under the Influence, the way that it explores femininity and masculinity and the devastating edges of masculinity, as well as so many colors that a woman can be – her fierceness, her devastation, her heartbreak, her going mad. And then to understand a film could be shot in someone s house, that you could just do this – you could find a way to carve your own path away from prescribed studio roles. So, I chose this for the whole package.And I had the honor of working with Nick [Cassavetes, son of John and Gena] and Gena in a film that Nick directed and I saw that it was a completely different way of working than I had ever been exposed to. The collaboration between all the departments and how we were all… you hear it a lot, “we re like a family,” but in that case, it really was. Everyone was together. The relationship, for example, between me and the set designer was extremely close because Nick wanted it that way. He said, “Well, this is your character. Where would you live? Let s all do this all together.” So that makes for a more relaxed performance and it s just more fun.Opening Night is also important to me because it s about the theater. Those scenes where she s backstage and about to go on, or the scenes in the rehearsal room, but particularly when she s about to go on stage, that visceral thrill and terror, the way he catches it… theater is my heart so it combines a lot of my loves in that film.
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(Photo by Sarah Shatz/©Columbia Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection)50 Movies With Epic Parties To Stream Right NowIn these days of six-feet-apart distancing, the idea of throwing/attending/completely humiliating yourself at a wild party is out of the question – no matter how much you might currently be fantasizing about doing just that. We here at Rotten Tomatoes have been feeling the itch for company of late too, and with that in mind decided to help bring the party home to you – with the help of some of the most out-of-control gatherings ever committed to screen. Start streaming one of the films below and – voila – you ll be surrounded by booze, music, and friends. (Bonus: Your friends might include Kirsten Dunst, Seth Rogen, and Dave Chappelle.)There s something for everyone here: a ton of house parties for those looking for a Solo cup vibe; decadent bacchanals for those who want to live fancy (Romeo + Juliet, The Great Gatsby, Marie Antoinette); office parties for those missing their colleagues (The Apartment, Office Christmas Party); and a sci-fi rave (The Matrix: Reloaded), a period ball (Pride and Prejudice), and some kink (Eyes Wide Shut) for good measure. (Note: We decided to leave some epic parties out, because, well, we didn t like how the ended – looking at you Carrie and Scream.)With that said, it s now time to do our hair, grab something from mom s liquor cabinet, and call an Uber – er, we mean, plonk ourselves on the couch. Party s about to start and you don t want to be unfashionably late.Let us know your favorite movie party in the comments – and which movie characters you d have on your party guest list. To see where to stream each movie, click into the title for more details.
f Lauren Schuker Blum and Rebecca Angelo based on a story idea from Gosling himself.Other Top Headlines1. PRETTY MUCH EVERYONE WANTS TO WORK WITH JOHN BOYEGA (Photo by Everett Collection)It s not uncommon for Hollywood celebrities to voice their political opinions, and when they do, there are sometimes unintended consequences. Recent Star Wars alumnus John Boyega took to the streets in London this week for a Black Lives Matter protest in support of the movement against police brutality, which sparked up again dramatically following the death of George Floyd at the hands of police officers in Minneapolis, MN on May 26. During an impassioned speech, Boyega acknowledged the risk inherent in an entertainment figure speaking out in such a manner, saying, Look, I don t know if I m going to have a career after this, but f that. As it turned out, he didn t have anything to worry about, because a deluge of support came in from Hollywood filmmakers eager to work with Boyega on future projects. The list includes Jordan Peele (Get Out, Us), who said, We got you, John Chris Miller (The LEGO Movie); Lin-Manuel Miranda, who said, Oh god I WISH Edgar Wright (Hot Fuzz), who said, Have before and would again Mike Flanagan (Doctor Sleep); Olivia Wilde (Booksmart), who said, Absolutely Peyton Reed (Ant-Man), who said, Anytime at all and also the official Star Wars Twitter account. Boyega s next two films are likely to be an action thriller called Rebel Ridge and a legal drama called Naked Singularity, but it looks like he ll have no shortage of options after that.2. J.K. SIMMONS CONFIRMS RETURN TO SPIDER-MAN(Photo by (c) Columbia courtesy Everett Collection)For the most part, the Spider-Man movies starring Andrew Garfield and now Tom Holland have gone their own way with casting the supporting characters. However, fans were surprised at the end of last year s Spider-Man: Far from Home (Certified Fresh at 90%) to discover that Marvel Studios actually brought back J.K. Simmons for a brief cameo as J. Jonah Jameson, the role he played Sam Raimi s three Tobey Maguire-led Spider-Man films. The cameo seemed to tease a potential premise for Tom Holland s third solo Spider-Man movie, and this week, Simmons confirmed that he is indeed signed to return for more Spider-Man sequels (note the plural there). There was, however, some doubt in his statement, because Simmons said, I don’t know if I would use the word ‘expect' when asked if fans can expect to see him in the next film. The next Spider-Man doesn t have an official title (though it s rumored to possibly be Spider-Man: Home Run), but it does have a release date scheduled for November 6, 2021 (pushed back four months from next July due to pandemic-related production delays).3. THE FIRST FEMALE STAR WARS DIRECTOR GETS READY TO KILL THEM ALL (Photo by Jesse Grant/Getty Images)As director J.J. Abrams was preparing to return for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (Rotten at 52%), one of his key creative decisions was to make history by hiring actress-turned-filmmaker Victoria Mahoney as his second unit director, making her the first ever woman to serve as a director on a Star Wars film. Mahoney is now signed with Paramount Pictures for what will be her first film as a director (not counting second unit, obviously) since her 2011 debut drama Yelling to the Sky, and it will be an action movie called Kill Them All. The screenplay by screenwriter James Coyne will be an adaptation of an Oni Press graphic novel described as a love letter to 1990s action movies about a hard-drinking former cop who wants his job back and a betrayed murderess who team up to take down a vicious Miami crime lord.4. SCORSESE HAS REWRITTEN DICAPRIO S ROLE IN KILLERS OF THE FLOWER MOON(Photo by ©Warner Bros./courtesy Everett Collection)For pretty much the entire time that Martin Scorsese has been developing his adaptation of the true crime novel Killers of the Flower Moon, about an early serial killer case investigated by the F.B.I., he was planning on working with frequent collaborators Robert De Niro and Leonardo DiCaprio. Along the way, we learned that De Niro was to play the serial killer, and that DiCaprio would be playing one of the lead F.B.I. agents investigating the case. Unfortunately, having Leonardo DiCaprio in a lead role may have led the film s budget to balloon past 0 million. In an effort to keep that cost down, Scorsese has reportedly made changes to DiCaprio s role, which will now instead be a villain (or anti-hero) who is a nephew of De Niro s character and leaves the door open for another (cheaper) actor to play the federal agent. The revelations of these changes came out due to Apple taking over Killers of the Flower Moon from Paramount Pictures. Paramount will still release Killers of the Flower Moon theatrically, and then the film will move to Apple+ for streaming.5. TITO PUENTE BIOPIC NOW BEING DEVELOPED BY EDWARD JAMES OLMOS (Photo by Everett Collection)Thanks to the recent success of Bohemian Rhapsody (Fresh at 60%), Rocketman, and Judy, we re currently in the midst of a mini-boom for musician biopics. The pandemic has obviously delayed film production and release, but two movies that will come out soon are the Aretha Franklin biopic Respect (starring Jennifer Hudson) (12/25/2020) and Baz Luhrmann s Elvis Presley project (11/5/2021), while other musicians with biopics in development include the Bee Gees, Boy George, Whitney Houston, Bob Marley, and Amy Winehouse. Thanks to Edward James Olmos, we can also now add Tito Puente, the King of Mambo, to that list, as Olmos is now working with Puente s family and estate on film and TV projects based on Puente s life and legacy. Before his death in 2000 at the age of 77, Tito Puente had a 50+ year career that included six Grammy Awards (including a lifetime achievement award) as a mambo and Latin jazz musician, band leader, songwriter, and record producer. Puente s most famous song was probably Oye Como Va (thanks in part to Santana also recording the song for their 1970 album Abraxas).6. MORBIUS DIRECTOR TAKING ON THE TRUE STORY OF THE EXECUTION (Photo by Jasin Boland/©Universal courtesy Everett Collection)Before the current pandemic caused industry-wide production delays, Sony s adaptation of the Marvel Comics vampire character Morbius (starring Jared Leto) was to have been released next month on July 10, 2020 (it s now scheduled for March 19, 2021). Morbius was directed by Daniel Espinosa (Child 44, Safe House), who this week entered into a deal to develop The Execution, which is described as a narrative drama about the background to the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, the Saudi Arabian-born dissident and Washington Post columnist who was killed in Istanbul in 2018. The true story behind The Execution will be adapted by screenwriter Petter Skavlan, who also worked on 2012 s Kon-Tiki (Certified Fresh at 81%), which was based on the true story of Norwegian explorer Thor Heyerdahl s expedition across the Pacific Ocean on a raft.
One year ago was the last semi-true box office weekend of the pre-pandemic era. Tom Hanks announced he was COVID-positive on March 10, the NBA shut down, and soon theaters were to follow. The weekend was won by Pixar’s Onward for the second straight week, but with a 72.9% drop from its opening, earning only .6 million. New openers that weekend suffered, too: Bloodshot (.17 million), I Still Believe (.10 million), and The Hunt (.3 million), which had once been removed from the schedule indefinitely from the previous September. Bad Boys for Life had already crossed the 0 million line on March 7. Along with Onward (.5 million overall), two other films were destined to be stuck in the million category: The Invisible Man (.91 million) and The Call of the Wild (.34 million). Nearly every theater in the country was shut down by the next weekend.Full List of Box Office Results: March 12-14, 2021