而不少老玩家也开始抱怨，手游的画面建模有些粗糙，摇杆控制的流畅度比较差；容易误触；游戏切后台的时候容易闪退等问题。 Christian Bale and Matt Damon star in Logan director James Mangold s Certified Fresh Ford v Ferrari, out this month, and the race-car drama is already stirring up a ton of awards buzz. The movie tells the story of the Ford Motor Company s attempt to create a car that could outpace the dominant Ferrari team at the 24 Hours of Le Mans race in 1966, and also stars Jon Bernthal as Lee Iacocca and Tracy Letts as Henry Ford II. As the film heads into theaters, we sat down with Damon and Bale – who play car designer Carroll Shelby and driver Ken Miles, respectively – as well as Bernthal, Letts, and Mangold, to talk about recreating the excitement of Formula 1 racing on the big screen and choreographing one of cinema s most hilarious fight scenes. Plus, the guys spill on the first car they ever owned.
This new series from Dave Filoni follows the elite and experimental clones of the Bad Batch (first introduced in The Clone Wars) as they find their way in a rapidly changing galaxy in the immediate aftermath of the Clone War, Disney explained in a press release. Members of Bad Batch – a unique squad of clones who vary genetically from their brothers in the Clone Army – each possess a singular exceptional skill that makes them extraordinarily effective soldiers and a formidable crew. The series is set in the post-Clone War period and will premiere exclusively on Disney+.Star Wars: The Bad Batch comes to Disney+ in 2021.九游会在线官网Apple s March 2019 launch event for its long-anticipated television service (watch it here) finally revealed the company s plans for the major slate of television programming it s been planning for the past couple of years, but it skipped a few key details. Namely: When it would launch, and how much it would cost.Now, the company has revealed those major points, plus the news that a year s subscription for the service, which will include content from Chris Evans, Reese Witherspoon, Steven Spielberg, Taika Waititi, M. Night Shyamalan, and more, will come free with the purchase of a major Apple device.Below, find out everything you need to know about the streaming service, including its name, launch date, cost, programming, and more.UPDATED 9/11/19: Pricing and launch details.RELATED: A Guide to Apple Original Series in Production or DevelopmentWhat is the service called?(Photo by Apple)The company s new, expanded Apple TV app will be home to the new service, which is called Apple TV+.The new Apple TV app will integrate a la carte streaming services, cable and satellite providers, and Apple TV channels (including include HBO, Starz, Showtime, CBS All Access, and more) all in one place. Users will be able to access their purchased iTunes movies and TV shows (and rentals) as well, and everything will be integrated into the same interface.When will it launch?The new Apple TV app launched for iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV in May, and on Mac in the fall. Apple TV+ — and the tech company s original series — will launch in more than 100 countries on Nov. 1.How much will it cost?To start, the service will cost .99 a month for a Family Sharing plan that includes up to six uisers, which is low compared to other streaming services. However, those competing services all come with vast libraries of old content, while Apple TV+ will launch with just its first nine original series. Apple TV+ will come with an initial free seven-day trial, and customers who purchase any iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, iPod touch or Mac can enjoy one year of Apple TV+ for free.What shows will be available?The series available at launch include dramas The Morning Show, See, and For All Mankind; dark comedy Dickinson; kids series Helpsters, Snoopy in Space, and Ghostwriter; and documentary The Elephant Queen.The Morning Show is produced by Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston, who star alongside Steve Carell in a series that explores the world of morning news and the ego, ambition and the misguided search for power behind the people who help America wake up in the morning.See stars Jason Momoa and Alfre Woodard and is set 600 years in the future after a virus has decimated humankind and rendered the remaining population blind. When all humanity has lost the sense of sight, humans must adapt and find new ways to survive.Dickinson is a darkly comedic coming-of-age story that explores the constraints of society, gender and family through the lens of rebellious young poet Emily Dickinson (Hailee Steinfeld).For All Mankind, from Battlestar Galactica and Outlander creator Ronald D. Moore, imagines what would have happened if the global space race never ended and the space program remained the cultural centerpiece of America’s hopes and dreams.Helpsters, a new children’s series from the makers of Sesame Street, stars Cody and a team of vibrant monsters who love to help solve problems. It all starts with a plan. Snoopy in Space, a new original from Peanuts Worldwide and DHX Media, takes viewers on a journey with Snoopy as he follows his dreams to become an astronaut. Together, Snoopy, Charlie Brown and the Peanuts crew take command of the International Space Station and explore the moon and beyond. Ghostwriter, a reinvention of the beloved original series, follows four kids who are brought together by a mysterious ghost in a neighborhood bookstore, and must team up to release fictional characters from works of literature.The Elephant Queen is an acclaimed documentary film and cinematic love letter to a species on the verge of extinction, follows a majestic matriarch elephant and her herd on an epic journey of life, loss and homecoming.(Photo by Apple)The original Apple TV+ launch video included interviews with Spielberg, Shyamalan, J.J. Abrams, Ron Howard, Sofia Coppola, Octavia Spencer, Witherspoon, Damien Chazelle, Jennifer Aniston, and Hailee Steinfeld, all talent attached to projects announced in the year ahead of the launch.Spielberg was present in March to announce his reboot of Amazing Stories, while Witherspoon and Aniston (and their costar Steve Carell) revealed the title of their long-awaited morning show drama, The Morning Show. Jason Momoa and Alfre Woodard announced their series about the survivors of an apocalypse that left the human race without sight, See. Kumail Nanjiani announced his anthology series about everyday immigrants, Little America. Even Big Bird (yes, that one) announced that Sesame Workshop will debut a new preschool series about coding called Helpsters. Abrams and Sara Bareilles announced their series about an aspiring New York City musician, Little Voice (followed by a short performance from the singer/songwriter and actress).Introducing Apple TV+. A new streaming service with original stories from the most creative minds in TV and film. #AppleEvent pic.twitter.com/xLhtdNNaa2 Apple TV (@AppleTV) March 25, 2019The crowning jewel of the program, however, was when Oprah Winfrey walked on stage to announce her new Apple TV+ venture, which includes two documentaries (one a series about mental health, one about labor abuse) and a brand-new book club partnership with Apple.Excited to announce my new @apple show at the #appleevent! The Morning Show ☀️ it reveals what happens in the fast-pacedworld of broadcast news. I star alongside Jennifer Aniston, Steve Carell many other talented cast members. Can’t wait for you all to see it! Coming this Fall! pic.twitter.com/T1ZtpjhnZl Reese Witherspoon (@ReeseW) March 25, 2019How can I watch it?(Photo by Apple TV+)Subscribers can watch Apple TV+ originals both online and offline, ad-free and on demand, on the Apple TV app, which comes pre-installed on iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, and iPod touch and will soon be on Mac with macOS Catalina. The Apple TV app is also available on select Samsung smart TVs, and will come to Amazon Fire TV, LG, Roku, Sony and VIZIO platforms in the future. Web viewers can sign up to watch at tv.apple.com.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
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Join us weekly as Rotten Tomatoes reports on what s opening, expanding, and coming to the specialty box office. From promising releases from new voices to experimental efforts from storied filmmakers – or perhaps the next indie darling to go the distance for end-of-year accolades – we will break it all down for you here each week in Fresh Indie Finds. This week at the specialty box office, we are keeping it 100 with three soon-to-be-Certified Fresh gems and revisit of a recent film with unprecedented access to the most famous landing in the history of landings. Last week we spoke about the tough as nails 2020 best documentary race and this week adds two more alongside a gritty foreign-language thriller. In our indie trailer section, we see new clips from Kathy Griffin and Casey Affleck.Opening This Weekend
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0.35.4 2月喜迎For almost two decades, Judd Apatow has been the king of a certain kind of American movie comedy – as he described it to Rotten Tomatoes, films about people who are stuck and whose lives are falling apart… because “life falling apart is usually funny. In movies like Knocked Up, The 40-Year-Old Virgin, and Trainwreck, the writer and director has given us some of recent cinema’s funniest moments, from a chest-waxing scene that almost cost Steve Carell his nipple to an epic breakdown in the principal’s office courtesy of a foul-mouthed Melissa McCarthy in This Is 40. His latest comedy, The King of Staten Island, is a semi-autobiographical feature starring and co-written by Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson, and it packs in Apatow’s signature mix of big laughs and big feels.Ahead of the movie’s release, Apatow sat down with us to break down the mechanics and stories behind some of the funniest scenes he’s put on the screen – including an messy pool fight that’s getting the biggest laughs from audiences who’ve seen his newest film.
s take control of the ship before he can crash it and Kryze learns a vital piece of information about the Darksaber: Gideon has it.Though she would like to keep Djarin by her side, she tells him a Jedi called Ahsoka Tano can be found in the city of Calodan on the planet Corvus.Bo-Katan Kryze Is the Heiress of Mandalore(Photo by Cartoon Network/Lucasfilm)While an action-filled episode with a number of laughs, the story-altering info revolves around Bo-Katan Kryze and the nature of mainstream Mandalorian culture. After first appearing on Star Wars: The Clone Wars, the character returned in Star Wars Rebels. In both animated series, she was voiced by Sackhoff, so having her play the part in live action is both welcome and a very specific nod to the stories Dave Filoni and his team told about Mandalorians on those shows.During the Clone Wars, Bo-Katan was a member of the terrorist organization known as the Death Watch, while her sister Satine ruled Mandalore as its duchess. At that time, Satine advocated a more pacifistic stance for the people, but Bo-Katan wanted to embrace the Mandalorian warrior culture of a bygone era. Unfortunately, all of their idealistic notions were undone when Darth Maul used the tension between Mandalore and the Death Watch to take control of the planet. He also executed Satine.Eventually, the Old Republic took notice of Mandalore s plight and launched an invasion. After the battle, Bo-Katan was left as the planet s regent, but was soon deposed when the Empire came to secure the planet. Twenty-odd years later, Bo-Katan came into possession of the Darksaber, assumed the title of Mand alor, and vowed to take back the planet from the Empire.(Photo by Disney+/Lucasfilm Ltd.)Nearly a decade later, it seems Bo-Katan is still fighting to get her planet back. And, along the way, she lost the Darksaber. As she noted to the Imperial commander, she needs the Darksaber to legitimately rule Mandalore. This is the Way, you see.As it happens, Bo-Katan s Way differs a great deal from Djarin s. For one thing: she can remove her helmet. This is consistent with all of the Mandos seen in Filoni s animated shows. Thus, it is now clear the Way of the Mandalore is not a prevailing notion among mainstream Mando society. Instead, as Bo-Katan notes, it is the Way of the Children of the Watch, a group of religious zealots dedicated to re-establishing an even more ancient Mandalorian society than the one she espoused in her youth.Curiously, it seems the Children of the Watch are distinct from the Death Watch despite seeing the latter group s insigna in Djarin s flashbacks to the Clone Wars last season. Of course, it is possible former members of the Death Watch joined the Fighting Corps who rescued Djarin and adopted the Way of the Mandalore.Nonetheless, all of this history and Bo-Katan s search for the Darksaber suggests the true liberation of Mandalore is in the series future. Considering Filoni s involvement with The Mandalorian, it is only a matter of time before his on-going story threads join up with Djarin s wanderings.(Photo by ©Warner Bros./Courtesy Everett Collection; Jean Baptiste Lacroix/WireImage)And that brings us to Ahsoka Tano. From the moment Favreau revealed Filoni s involvement with the show, it was only a matter of time before the character found her way to the series. This is the Way of Filoni, you see. But we found it interesting that Bo-Katan referred to her as a Jedi. The character quit the order sometime before the establishment of the Empire. And though she led the Republic s siege of Mandalore — and captured Maul — she remained outside of the Jedi strictures into the Galactic Civil War era. The last time we saw her, in Rebels closing moments, she was setting out to find Rebels main character Ezra Bridger shortly after the Battle of Endor alongside Mandalorian Sabine Wren.We doubt Ahsoka s ongoing tale will have much impact on The Mandalorian this season — although a live action Sabine would be welcome — but it will be interesting to see if she makes any mention of her own quest should she debut next week. We re cautiously optimistic we ll see her, but considering the way Boba Fett (Temeura Morrison) was teased in the season premiere, it is possible Ahsoka (reportedly set to be played by Rosario Dawson) will wait in the wings a bit longer.Questioning The Way: Helmets Off for Din Djarin?(Photo by Disney+/Lucasfilm Ltd.)Bo-Katan Kryze s pronouncements about Mandalorian society left us with a number of questions which feel particularly resonant to the future of The Mandalorian. If its scope truly does expand to a Game of Thrones level, then these issues will need to be addressed.Will Djarin Take His Helmet Off? With his own tribe scattered, it is possible Djarin will find a home with the Nite Owls. If that is the case, he will be free to remove his helmet. After the events of this episode, it seems clear Bo-Katan will vouch for him as a true Mandalorian while freeing him of the more restrictive Way. But as any former adherent to a faith will tell you, letting go of ways ingrained as a child is not easy. This may actually form a long-term character arc for Djarin as he learns the Way of the Mandalore is not absolute. Considering the Way serves as emotional beskar for the orphaned traveler, seeing him share his face with another living being could represent true growth for the character.(Photo by Disney+/Lucasfilm Ltd.)Is Gideon a Mandalorian? Since we still don t know much about the Moff — according to Esposito, revelations about the character will have to wait until season 3 — we can t let go of the sneaking suspicion he was the Fighting Corps or Death Watch member who rescued Djarin in the waning days of the Clone Wars. Such a thing would make him a very Star Wars–style Dark Father. Also, his interest in Mandalorian weapons may be more than a personal fascination. Has he been planning to take Mandalore for himself as a new base for the Imperial Remnant?But then, why was he so interested in the Child?Is Mandalore a Cursed Planet? Until his meeting with Kryze, Djarin was under the impression Mandalore was a cursed planet offering only death to its visitors. Bo-Katan maintained a more positive view, which leaves us to wonder what Djarin will find when he inevitably ends up there. Since Kryze is still trying to mount a liberation effort four or five years after the Battle of Endor, we re inclined to believe it is still under some sort of Imperial control. Or, perhaps, those in change of the planet have turned isolationist and spread the rumors of death and destruction to heal from their own traumas. But one thing seems clear: Djarin s path will eventually take him there whether or not he reunites the Child with his own people.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
Summer is approaching, and cinematically speaking, there are plenty of places to go during these hotter months, but nothing seems like a better destination than In the Heights. Once you see the nearly unanimous rave reviews of the upcoming musical — directed by Jon M. Chu (Crazy Rich Asians) based on the Broadway smash by Lin-Manuel Miranda (Hamilton) — you’ll want to book this virtual trip to the Washington Heights neighborhood of New York City.Here’s what critics are saying about In the Heights:Is this THE movie to see this summer?In the Heights is a knockout… This one deserves to be the film of the summer. Manuel Betancourt, That ShelfIn The Heights’ irrepressible energy is the perfect note on which to kick off this summer’s blockbuster season. Danette Chavez, AV ClubEvery summer should have a movie like this one. Joshua Rivera, Polygon[It’s] more than just a movie. It’s more than just a musical. It’s an event. Anna Menta, DeciderIn the Heights isn’t just a movie, it’s a movement. Matt Rodriguez, ShakefireCould it even be the movie of the year?There may not be a bigger cardiac rush this year than In the Heights. Leah Greenblatt, Entertainment WeeklyOne of the best films of the year, In the Heights is a special experience. Adriana Gomez-Weston, We Live EntertainmentOne of the best films of the year that is perfect in almost every way. Matt Rodriguez, ShakefireIt’s one of the liveliest and most moving films you’re likely to see this year. Siddhand Adlakha, IGN Movies(Photo by Macall Polay/©Warner Bros.)Will fans of the original Broadway production be happy with it?Bursting with life, love and melody, it amplifies the mega-wattage of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Broadway show, transforming it into a jubilant cinematic experience. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionChu perfectly captures the energy of — and builds upon — Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Tony-winning musical. Anna Menta, DeciderChu’s vision expands and enriches the show’s rendering of Washington Heights into a moving spectacle, elevating mundane mornings or trips to the pool into something mesmerizing and exhilarating. Monica Castillo, The WrapIt’s a musical adaptation that feels grand and intimate in equal measure; there’s plenty of pizzazz to go around but Chu knows just when to zero in on small details to make this effervescent musical sing. Manuel Betancourt, That Shelf[It’s] a triumphant adaptation… In its joyous excess, In the Heights makes a case for adapting Broadway musicals into Hollywood cinema. Joshua Rivera, PolygonWhat about fans of movie musicals in general?In the Heights is proof that the movie musical isn’t dead — it simply needed a little flavor. Juan Barquin, The Film StageEven as it calls back great movie musicals both old and new, it also feels like a great leap forward for the genre. Manuel Betancourt, That ShelfThis is the very best of what a movie musical can be. Anna Menta, DeciderIt’s exceptional and rapturous, as all great musicals should aspire to be. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionIt does what a great musical should do. It makes you feel alive. Siddhand Adlakha, IGN MoviesIt’s the best Hollywood musical in years. Jacob Oller, Paste Magazine(Photo by ©Warner Bros.)How are the musical numbers?Each one feels impossibly more iconic than the one that came before it. Anna Menta, DeciderAlmost all the songs are bangers that keep emotions high — you’ll weep, you’ll cheer, you’ll hum the songs to yourself on the way out of the theater. Jacob Oller, Paste MagazineAlthough not perfect in execution, the musical numbers of this adaptation take characterization to new heights as they each respond to the popular music of the character’s country of origin. Orlando Maldonado, The Playlist[Chu’]s end goal seems to be doing the mostest for each musical number, which doesn’t necessarily correspond to doing the bestest. Martin Tsai, Critic s NotebookHow is Jon M. Chu s direction?In the Heights is the movie he was destined to make, and going forward, I hope to see Chu create more musicals for the ages. Alan Cerny, Vital ThrillsOne exciting aspect of the whole experience is Chu s vision on what a movie musical can be… [He] inherently understands that musicals are magical, no matter how small and realistic the plot. Erin Strecker, MashableChu hits a lot more often than he misses, and always when it counts most. David Ehrlich, IndieWireMr. Chu’s abrupt transitions between naturalistic street scenes and the soundstage are characteristic of an inconsistent and incoherent style. Martin Tsai, Critic s NotebookWhile the spontaneity of the dance numbers ultimately works in Chu’s favor, the frequent close-ups do not, and it makes me wish he showed the potential for splashy musicals that he did in his Step Up movies. Hoai-Tran Bui, SlashfilmAt times, I found myself a little frustrated with Chu’s directing choices… I wanted to yell HOLD STILL! so I could see amazing performers — and they are all truly fantastic — do their thing. Alissa Wilkinson, Vox(Photo by ©Warner Bros.)Are there any standout performances?The cast is uniformly excellent, with special notice to Anthony Ramos whose charisma leaps off the screen. Travis Hopson, Punch Drunk CriticsOne of the most charismatic and radiantly likable performances you’ll ever see on a screen of any kind, Anthony Ramos plays Usnavi as a naturalized storyteller with a twinkle in his eye. David Ehrlich, IndieWireThe ensemble assembled is out-of-this-world stellar. Ramos and Hawkins turn in top shelf performances. Grace gives a career-defining turn… Merediz is a graceful powerhouse. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionIt’s hard to pick a favorite performance, but with soul-stirring, son-infused Paciencia Y Fe, Merediz reminds us why she’s Latinx acting royalty. Danette Chavez, AV ClubWhile the entire ensemble cast shines, the film is Merediz’s, and she’ll likely be in conversation during the coming award season. Adriana Gomez-Weston, We Live EntertainmentDoes it have a message?In the Heights contains a message of hope that’s well-needed right now. Adriana Gomez-Weston, We Live EntertainmentIn The Heights’ timely story has a topical message that feels right at home in a musical setting… that’s reinvigorated by the way that Huedes adapts her own book into the realities of today. Mike Reyes, CinemaBlend[It’s] a bit heavy-handed at times with its messaging. Juan Barquin, The Film Stage(Photo by ©Warner Bros.)How important is the film s Latinx representation?What I love most about In the Heights is how Latino culture is represented front and center and is not just some afterthought saved for a scene or two. Matt Rodriguez, ShakefireWhat makes the adaptation of In the Heights so remarkable is that it is a major Hollywood musical that allows its Latino characters to live normal lives, outside of gang or narco violence and outside of stereotypes. Monica Castillo, The WrapIn the Heights pulls off the impossible as it accurately represents the Dominican, Cuban, Puerto Rican, and many other Latin diasporas in the United States. Orlando Maldonado, The PlaylistWhat’s most special about In the Heights is that it shines a light on an often overlooked community on film. Adriana Gomez-Weston, We Live EntertainmentThe film ultimately comes off as a corporate vision of celebrating diversity. Martin Tsai, Critic s NotebookBut is it also a movie for everyone?Not everyone is going to feel represented when they watch In the Heights. That’s an impossible task for any movie. Yet [it] can represent many things for many different viewers. Monica Castillo, The Wrap[It’s] a big Hollywood musical that’s not just for Latinx people, but for fans of Broadway, Hamilton, Lin-Manuel Miranda’s cult of personality, and musical theater in general. They’re going to flock to this film like it’s a hot new brunch spot in Crown Heights. Joshua Rivera, PolygonAre there any problems with the movie?Not all of the updates are seamless; some of the meaningful tension from the original is sacrificed for an unambiguously happy ending. Danette Chavez, AV ClubNarrative and pacing issues… including the very real defanging of the source material’s more complex relationships which create a kind of generic happy-happy joy-joy feeling. Scott Mendelson, ForbesHawkins isn’t charismatic enough to elevate a paper-thin character when placed against a star like Grace. Juan Barquin, The Film StageNot all character arcs are as strong as others, specifically when it comes to Vanessa’s. Her internal and external stakes aren’t brought together nearly as cohesively as her love interest’s. Courtney Howard, Fresh Fiction(Photo by ©Warner Bros.)Should we see it on the big screen if we can?Dreams like this, whether they be large or small, need a big screen to be truly seen; and In The Heights is absolutely worthy of being made into a big time moviegoing experience. Mike Reyes, CinemaBlendSeeing this massive, guileless, heartfelt piece of Hollywood entertainment on the big screen is like coming home after a long year in exile only to find that it’s still there, and maybe even better than you remembered. David Ehrlich, IndieWireSee it with a crowd that will applaud every song and show-stopping dance number. Mike Ryan, Uproxx[It] couldn’t come at a better time and absolutely must be seen in a theater… The experience is absolutely euphoric, and should be seen surrounded by as many friends and family as one can gather. Travis Hopson, Punch Drunk CriticsIn the Heights is a stunning, triumphant return to the cinema that reminds us again and again and again why we love seeing movies on the big screen, together. Jacob Oller, Paste MagazineWill we want to see it again and again?When the credits rolled on Jon M. Chu’s joyous, colorful, pulse-pounding, and hopeful In the Heights, all I could think of was how badly I wanted them to restart the film. Travis Hopson, Punch Drunk CriticsIn the Heights was the last film I caught inside of a movie theater in 2020. I have not stepped foot in one since that advance press screening last spring… There is no film I am more eager to watch amidst an audience than this ode to the beauty of crowds, to the value of solidarity, and to the pleasures of community. Manuel Betancourt, That ShelfIn the Heights releases in theaters and premieres on HBO Max on June 11, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
Ratched, the much talked-about Netflix show from Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan is Fresh on the Tomatometer largely due to its Emmy-winning star, Sarah Paulson. And if you love her performance in this origin story of asylum nurse Mildred Ratched yeah, that Nurse Ratched this list should fill your binge prescription, whether you choose to go back to the source material (One Flew over the Cuckoo s Nest), check out something else from the creative team behind it (American Horror Story), or try another dark period drama set in a hospital (The Knick). Watch the video for the full list!The first season of Ratched premiered on Netflix on September 18, 2020.
It s not easy to explain the premise of Netflix s newest epic fantasy series, Shadow and Bone, to a newcomer. After all, it s based on not one but two different book series set in a sprawling fictional universe with complex narratives and different timelines. But we asked the stars and co-creator of the series, which premieres April 23, to try. It s a fantasy show — it has the Harry Potter elements, it has the Game of Thrones elements, it has Lord of the Rings elements, it has elements of Star Wars, star Archie Renaux said. But really at its core, I think it s a coming-of-age story about a girl discovering she has this power that could really unite her country, which has been divided in two by this expansive, massive darkness called the Shadow Fold. Honestly, it s a pretty great elevator pitch for the eight-episode drama, which is based on Leigh Bardugo s Shadow and Bone/Grishaverse trilogy and its companion duology, Six of Crows. The series follows teenage soldier Alina Starkov, an orphan from the Russian-inspired land of Ravka who discovers an unharnessed magical power that could be the key to helping fight the supernatural forces that have been dividing her country via a dense darkness called the Shadow Fold.(Photo by David Appleby/Netflix) At first glance, it is your traditional dark versus light massive-scale fantasy allegory in a war-torn world in which some of the characters, the Grisha, have magical abilities, star Ben Barnes explained.Plus: heists! The world has a czar-punk Russian aesthetic mixed with an industrial revolution vibe, which means you have early trains and guns and revolvers mixed with magic and swords and horses and capes. And complicated love risks and unspoken feeling and massive amounts of of tension between all of the characters and their individual agendas and politics of power, Barnes said.Barnes and Renaux star alongside Jessie Mei Li, who plays heroine Alina. An orphan since she was a young girl, Alina s closest ally is her BFF and fellow orphan Mal (Renaux). Although in the books Alina is from Ravka, in the show she s half Shu Han — which adds another layer of depth to her struggle, considering Ravka has been in conflict with its neighbors Shu Han and Fjerda. With the supernatural Shadow Fold blocking most of Ravka s access to the True Sea (and thus all trade), Ravkans must make their way through the terrifying area in order to survive.Barnes, Renaux, and showrunner Eric Heisserer (the Oscar-nominated screenwriter of Arrival and Netflix fave Bird Box, among others) spoke to Rotten Tomatoes about what fans can expect from the first season of their series, including the star power of Li, green-screen acting, some romance, and even some spoiler-free details about what could happen in season 2, should Netflix give it the green light. Here are a few things to know before you watch the first eight episodes of the series.1. There Are Plenty of Differences Between the Books and the Show(Photo by Netflix)While a knowledge of the books is useful when watching the series, it s not required. And Heisserer and his writers — in cooperation with Bardugo, who was int
(Photo by ©Warner Bros/Everett Collection)Instead of a drumroll, you’ll want to cue a very 90s bassline for the reveal of Rotten Tomatoes readers’ favorite TV comedy of all time: Seinfeld.Jerry, Elaine, George, and Kramer reigned supreme in the comedy section of RT’s annual fall TV survey of their TV viewing habits, with 9.01% of users saying that they prefer Seinfeld above all else. Close behind were Friends (cue the strategically timed handclaps), with 7.76% of the RT user vote, and The Office (cue the piano) with 7.22%.Other shows that got between 4% and 7% of the RT user vote included The Big Bang Theory (6.16%), Parks and Recreation (5.28%), M*A*S*H (5.03%), and The Simpsons (4.40%). Among all total respondents (not just RT users), the Central Perk gang reigned supreme with 8.35%), followed by Seinfeld (7.87%), Big Bang (7.34%), The Office (6.61%), M*A*S*H (6.35%), I Love Lucy (4.59%), and Parks and Rec (4.35%).(Photo by NBC)Both gender and age had major impact on what comedies respondents loved. Significantly more women preferred Friends (11.33% of women vs. 5.22% of men), while men preferred Seinfeld (10.50% of men vs. 5.37% of women). Other gender splits of more than 1% included The Big Bang Theory (7.99% of women chose it vs. 6.66% of men), I Love Lucy (6.62% of women vs. 2.45% of men), The Simpsons (5.91% of men vs. 1.93% of women), The Golden Girls (4.45% of women vs. 1.57% of men), The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (3.52% of women vs. 1.78% of men), Cheers (3.55% of men vs. 1.83% of women), and Married…with Children (3.30% of men vs 1.67% of women).As far as age goes, 12.37% of 18- to 34-year-old respondents preferred The Office, then Friends (10.87%), then Parks and Rec (8.89%). The 35- to 54-year-old respondents preferred Friends (9.98%), Seinfeld (9.61%), and The Big Bang Theory (8.97%). Among respondents 55 and older, M*A*S*H was far and away the favorite (12.91%), followed by The Big Bang Theory (9.87%), Seinfeld (9.00%), and I Love Lucy (8.50%).More comedy coverage:200 Best Comedy Shows of All Time40 Best Sketch Comedy Shows of All TimeComedians Pick Their Favorite Comedies 摩尔庄园手游消消乐玩法技巧是什么?下面小编给大家带来了摩尔庄园手游消消乐玩法技巧分享，感兴趣的小伙伴快来看看吧。