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(Photo by Eric Milner / Orion Pictures)In July 2018, it was announced that Orion Pictures had secured the rights to the first Child’s Play film, written by Don Mancini and directed by Tom Holland, but fans were to expect some major changes in this franchise reboot.Mancini is in development with a Child’s Play television series for SyFy, ensuring that all the original elements of Chucky’s rise to power (and marriage and kids) would be preserved. That frees up new director Lars Klevberg and first-time writer Tyler Burton Smith to do a totally different take on the original film, potentially spawning their own parallel franchise.Cast and crew began shooting in the fall of 2018, and Klevberg was nice enough to invite us up to Vancouver to the famed Riverview Hospital, where all your favorite spooky things are filmed, to get a glimpse of the new world of Child’s Play. Back then, no footage had been released to the public, and news had not yet broken that Mark Hamill would be voicing the 有哪些三国主题的实时对战类手游呢?那答案必须在三国实时对战手游本专题了!在这里玩家可以实现万人同屏竞技哦,可以施展自己的才华策略哦!各种元素的手游应有尽有满足广大玩家的需求哦,心动的玩家快来下载吧!
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(Photo by Walt Disney Studios)There are going to be helluva lot of remakes and reboots this year, beginning with The Upside (the remake of French film The Intouchables that opened back on January 11) and ending with another version of Little Women (scheduled to open on Christmas Day), this time directed by Greta Gerwig. Between those movies we will get to see What Men Want, Pet Sematary, Dumbo, Hellboy, Shaft, Aladdin, Child’s Play, and Disney’s live-action and CGI remake of The Lion King. Often, critics will look at a slate like that and sigh: Where is the originality? Where are the fresh ideas?But are remakes and reboots really such a bad thing? We turned to the Tomatometer to find out. First, we compiled a data set of over 400 remakes and reboots that have been released since 1978 and then we compared their Tomatometer scores to the films they were remaking or rebooting. What did we learn? The Tomatometer averages of all the remakes (47%) and reboots (53%) in our data set comes nowhere close to their “originals” (81% for movies that have been remade, and 69% for movies that have been “rebooted”). And we discovered that only 40 movies had better Tomatometer scores than the original films they were remaking or rebooting that s less than 10%. Also, if you ever make a successful horror movie, odds are it will be remade at least once.The following breaks down Tomatometer data on 40 years’ worth of remakes and reboots (and we’re already planning to remake this article, so check back next year to read it again). If you’re interested (we know you are) we have a breakdown of how we decided which films were remakes/reboots and the number of movies in each category below.Remakes Average a 47% Tomatometer Score Originals Average 81%(Photo by Warner Bros.)The Tomatometer difference between remakes and their predecessors is a considerable 34%. There are 84 different reasons for this difference: specifically, 84 remakes – among them, A Nightmare on Elm Street, The Bachelor, Original Sin, and The Stepfather – have at least a 50% Tomatometer difference between them and their predecessors. That figure seriously drags the average down.Only 33% of the Remakes in Our Data Set Have a Fresh Tomatometer Score(Photo by Lionsgate courtesy Everett Collection)For every Fresh remake, there are two Rotten ones, which means the bad outweighs the good in the vast remake landscape. These kinds of numbers make us love remakes like The Departed, The Thing, 3:10 to Yuma, Dawn of the Dead, Fright Night, and A Star is Born even more, because they are among the rare 33% that worked. And those films have been rewarded for their efforts: some won Oscars (The Departed), some became cult classics (The Thing), and some made over billion at the worldwide box office (Beauty and the Beast).Only 40 Remakes and Reboots Since 1978 Have a Higher Tomatometer Score Than the Original Film(Photo by Warner Bros. courtesy Everett Collection)What do the Coen brothers (True Grit), Martin Scorsese (The Departed), Jon Favreau (The Jungle Book), Steven Soderbergh (Ocean’s Eleven), and George Miller (Mad Max: Fury Road) have in common? They all directed remakes or reboots that have higher Tomatometer scores than the originals they were based on. (And yes, we’re classifying Fury Road – not a direct sequel or prequel – as a reboot; Miller has called it a “revisiting.”) If you are an ambitious filmmaker looking to build some street cred, you should remake a movie with a low Tomatometer score so you can join this exclusive club. (Also, if you have some free time, you need to watch Werner Herzog’s 2009 remake Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans; it improves upon its predecessor and features Nicolas Cage staring at an iguana).2005 Had More Theatrically Released Remakes and Reboots Than Any Other Year(Photo by Universal courtesy Everett Collection)In 2005, there were 18 remakes, two reboots (Batman Begins, The Punisher), and three television adaptations (The Honeymooners, Aeon Flux, Bewitched) that hit the big screens. The overall Tomatometer score for these films is 44%, and only seven of them – including Batman Begins, War of the Worlds, and King Kong – could muster Fresh scores. You might also remember this decade, the 2000s, as the era in which seemingly every single successful horror movie of the 1970s and 1980s was remade. 2005 did its part to help, with The Fog, House of Wax, Dark Water, and The Amityville Horror all coming out and receiving Rotten scores.2006 was a close second with 18 remakes and two reboots (Superman Returns, Casino Royale) released theatrically as well. However, we gave 2005 the edge, because on top of the remakes and reboots, three television adaptations were released theatrically, while 2006 had none.The 1980s Knew How to Remake Movies(Photo by Universal courtesy Everett Collection)When compared to the 1990s (49%), 2000s (41%), and 2010s (45% so far), the 1980s were a most excellent time for remakes – the decade’s remakes have a Tomatometer average of 57%. Movies like The Fly, The Thing, Little Shop of Horrors, No Way Out, Dead of Winter, Scrooged, Scarface, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, and Down and Out in Beverly Hills are all Fresh and recognized as classics of their genre. The fact that the majority of the remakes from the decade (58% of them) have Fresh Tomatometer scores speaks volumes for the 1980s and proves there could be hope for future decades. It’s too bad that remakes of 1980s movies themselves average a very Rotten 37%.Horror is the Most Remade Genre(Photo by Universal courtesy Everett Collection)Since 1978, well over 100 Tomatometer-rated horror films have been remade, and the result is a scarily Rotten 39% Tomatometer average for them. Nothing is sacred in horror – films fall prey to multiple remakes, reboots, or in the case of Evil Dead 2, a remake sequel (a.k.a. “requel”). Even oft-remade directors like John Carpenter (Halloween, Assault on Precinct 13, The Fog) aren’t afraid of remaking movies themselves (The Thing, Village of the Damned), which means there are directors who are remaking horror movies while other directors are remaking their films. And the circle of horror life goes on.Reboots Have Higher Tomatometer Averages than Remakes(Photo by Chuck Zlotnick/Columbia Pictures)With Mad Max: Fury Road (2015), Star Trek (2009), Dredd (2012), Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), and Casino Royale (2006) leading the way, it’s clear why reboots have higher Tomatometer averages than remakes (53% vs. 47%). What exactly is a reboot? It’s a movie like Star Trek that restarts an established series with different actors and a new storyline. Also, in another improvement from remakes, only 56% of reboots have Rotten Tomatometer scores, and the average difference between them and their predecessors is only 16% (as opposed to 34% for remakes).The James Bond Franchise Has Mastered the Reboot(Photo by Sony Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)The James Bond franchise has been around for 56 years and 26 films, largely because it has embraced the reboot. Five of the six Bond reboots (including Sean Connery’s return after George Lazenby’s On Her Majesty’s Secret Service) have had equal or higher Tomatometer scores than the movies before them. When averaged, the six reboots (On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, Diamonds Are Forever, Live and Let Die, The Living Daylights, Goldeneye, and Casino Royale) have an excellent Tomatometer average of 75%, which is higher than the Tomatometer averages (64%) of the movies that come before the reboots. If you are producer looking to restart a franchise, study the Bond series. (We didn’t include Never Say Never Again because it isn’t MGM Bond canon.)Disney is the King of 21st-Century Remakes(Photo by Walt Disney Pictures)Disney has had their fair share of Rotten remakes (The Shaggy Dog, The Three Musketeers, That Darn Cat, Flubber) but that hasn’t stopped them from perfecting the craft of remaking in recent years. Since 2010, they’ve rolled out wildly successful remakes of Alice in Wonderland, Maleficent, Cinderella, The Jungle Book, Pete’s Dragon, and Beauty and the Beast. These remakes have a Fresh Tomatometer average of 73% and have given Disney the confidence it needs to continue, with new remakes of The Lion King, Aladdin, and Dumbo hitting theaters this year.Do Remakes or Reboots Win Academy Awards?(Photo by Warner Bros.)Only three remakes – The Mutiny on the Bounty (1935), Ben-Hur (1959), and The Departed (2006) – can boast an Academy Award for Best Picture, meaning remakes have only won 3.2% of the Best Picture Academy Awards since 1927. Considering that A-list directors like the Coen brothers, Werner Herzog, Peter Jackson, Christopher Nolan, Kenneth Branagh, David Fincher, Tim Burton, Steven Spielberg, and Terry Gilliam have tackled remakes, it’s surprising that number isn’t bigger. Will Bradley Cooper’s remake of A Star is Born join these three elite remakes?DATA SET CRITERIAWhat is a remake? It is a movie with the same story and title (for the most part) as an earlier film.What is a reboot? A reboot is a new start to an already created fictional world. For example, 2009’s Star Trek is a reboot because it features familiar characters in a brand new adventure. It’s not the same story twice.374 Remakes and 43 Reboots306 remakes and their originals both had Tomatometer scores68 remakes had Tomatometer scores while their originals didn’t (they weren’t included in the first three facts)九游会网址Similarly, it is unclear what to expect from Black Hole itself. Their comic book counterpart specialized in using the Speed Force to create weapons, but it remains to be seen if this will be the case on television. That said, we know they can make weapons which accentuate meta-abilities, as illustrated by the new Dr. Light, Kimiyo Hoshi (Emmie Nagata) and her light-focusing disintegrator gun.The character is another pull from DC Comics lore; in fact, she had a splashy debut in the original Crisis on Infinite Earths maxiseries. But Wallace assured us her absence from the television Crisis was not the primary reason she debuted in this week s episode.“It was always separate for us and we said let us use Dr. Light in our back half because she s important to us,” he explained. “We ll learn about her more and more as the season goes on.”As long-time DC readers will note, a Dr. Light who takes pride in following orders is quite a change, but, Wallace said, we ll learn what her relationship is with Black Hole and obviously with Carver and what it means to follow Carver s orders and things like that. He also pointed out that Earth-Prime offers latitude in changing some personality traits of the comic book characters they adopt into the show.(Photo by Dean Buscher/The CW)And since Hoshi is now the official Dr. Light of Earth-Prime, what does that mean for the previous Dr. Light, Linda Park (Malese Jow, pictured), who arrived from Earth-2 in The Flash’s second season to aid Zoom?“Linda Park on Earth-Prime is still around,” Wallace said. “But in this new Earth-Prime, Post-Crisis world — the way history was written — Linda Park never became Dr. Light. Hoshi did.”For fans of the character, and her relationship with Wally West in the Flash comics of the 1990s and early 2000s, the change in her history may mean a version of that story is to come. Or, at least, the option exists.“It s one of the things that we ve discussed and it s one of the things that I thought was important; it s like ‘what if we want to go there someday?’” Wallace explained. “We need to be able to do this. Now we can.”As “Crisis on Infinite Earths” producer Marc Guggenheim previously told us, the crossover and its world-changing events offered the producers the opportunity to make tweaks and fixes — like Linda’s new Earth-Prime life — to the various series. For Wallace, the “fixes” for The Flash include things like this, a repaired exterior for S.T.A.R. Labs, and one he found the most vital to the show Post-Crisis.“I think the coolest thing is now all of the heroes and their families and friends from all the different shows can communicate with each other on a more casual basis,” Guggenheim said. “It used to be that Flash could only talk to Superman or Supergirl if it was the end of the world or an apocalypse or a Crisis. Now, there s no reason why Iris and Kara can t get coffee sometime.”(Photo by Katie Yu/The CW)That sense of the characters dropping by in a more casual manner is on display in “Marathon” with John Diggle (David Ramsey, pictured) stopping by Central City to deliver Barry’s inheritance from the late Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) and the journey both go on as a consequence.“I think as all the shows move forward over these next one, two, three seasons that proceed — hopefully we have those many seasons, Wallace said, you ll be able to see another side of the characters, and we ll be able to get deeper into character relationships because they ll be able to meet up under non-Crisis circumstances. And that s really where friendships are really born: just hanging out, having a cup of coffee, playing ping pong, or whatever.”That sense of camaraderie definitely set Post-Crisis comics apart in the ’90s, particularly in the pages of The Flash, where Wally West benefited from the friendship and experience of Golden Age Flash Jay Garrick. And it seems some form of this bond will exist between the television Jay (John Wesley Shipp) and Barry.“Without question, Jay Garrick is definitely alive and well with his wife Joan,” Wallace said. “I told John Wesley Shipp that because he s like, ‘Whoa, my character s dead, dude. You killed me in Crisis.’ I said, ‘No worries.’ As soon as we can get to it, we will see those two characters again played by John and Michelle Harrison.”Granted, the Black Hole situation may keep the Garricks from organizing a barbecue anytime soon.(Photo by Katie Yu/The CW)As seen in “Marathon,” other Post-Crisis changes or anomalies are already being cataloged by Cisco Ramon (Carlos Valdes). His glass marker boards offer eagle-eyed viewers the geographic positions for Supergirl’s National City and Black Lightning’s Freeland, which previously only existed on other Earths. The boards also indicate some of the changes to previous events and crossovers, like “Crisis on Earth-X” involving time-traveling Nazis clones instead of an invading army from a world where World War II never ended. Both the map and the timeline reflect charts and graphs the writers came up with while trying to understand the changes they wanted to make to Earth-Prime, but Wallace said they no longer exist in a physical space as much of this information has been “internalized” by the writers — although the actual documents remain on file with the staff’s writing assistant.Sadly, Cisco’s journey to put all of the changes into his “Who’s Who” binder means the character will be absent for the next little while.“It is a pause for the character [because Carlos is] not available,” Wallace explained. “But don t worry — he is integral to the upcoming graphic novel No. 2 in ways that are really going to test him. He s on a really great journey.”The producer also suggested he will be a “different man”  when he returns.“His world has kind of been rocked,” he teased. “And it ll be really interesting to see over the course of the season how he deals with the self-revelations. Not the revelations about Earth-Prime or having hush puppies with Black Lightning or whatever he does [in the world], but what he experienced emotionally. When he comes back, it s all about how it changes him.”(Photo by Katie Yu/The CW)In the meantime, Cisco has left Nash (Tom Cavanagh) to watch out for Team Flash. But as teased at the end of “Marathon,” the last remaining version of Harrison Wells will have a story of his own to consider; in fact, you may be wondering if Nash is the only Harrison Wells to have ever existed on Earth-Prime. Wallace said his status in the world is a story point and you re going to get the answer to that literally in Episode 611.”The Flash airs Tuesdays at 8/7c 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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7.10.7 6月喜迎(Photo by Juan Pablo Gutiérrez/Netflix)To really understand how much of a global brand Netflix prides itself on being, you need only look at its vast library of non–English-language programming. With originals and licensed shows from all over the globe, you could use the streaming platform to practice everything from French and German to Japanese and Korean. Which is to say, if you’re hoping to use Hispanic Heritage Month as a chance to brush up on your Spanish, or to explore the wide variety of Spanish-language content from all over the world available on the service, you won’t be disappointed.Recommended: 125 Essential Spanish-Language MoviesRecommended: 13 Barrier-Breaking Hispanic Stars and Their Most Celebrated RolesRecommended: Cine-Mundial: The Magazine that Brought Hollywood Into the Hands of Spanish SpeakersWithout further ado, we present the best Spanish-language shows to watch on Netflix right now. While many of our lists utilize Tomatometer scores, only a handful of Spanish-language series have enough reviews to earn Tomatometers, so we went with our editorial discretion, other reputable lists, Audience Scores, and reviews, when whittling down our selection. Whether you’re looking for erotic thrillers, swooning romantic tales, soccer dramas, or buzzy mysteries, you’ll find something to enjoy in the list below, which will take you all the way from the Amazon jungle to an eerie Argentine town, from a drag cabaret in Mexico all the way to a phone company in Madrid. Got a favorite Spanish-language show on Netflix that didn t make our top 20? Let us know in the comments. (Photo by Alejandro Lipszyc/Netflix)Puerta 7Tackling the impassioned and dangerous world of las barras bravas (soccer fan clubs) in Argentina, Puerta 7 follows Dolores Fonzi’s Diana, a cop intent on ridding this sporting side-hustle of the corruption and violence that she’s seen firsthand. Created by Martín Zimmerman and written by Patricio Vega (El lobista), this gritty crime drama unearths the dark underbelly of the country’s national pastime to deliver a gripping thriller intent on keeping you on the edge of your seat.
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General Magic (2017) : This highly praised documentary tells the backstory of the secretive Silicon Valley start-up that, among other things, shipped the first smartphone way back in 1994. It’s Certified Fresh at 100% on the Tomatometer. The Biggest Little Farm (2018) : Emmy-winning director John Chester’s documentary about a couple who leave their Los Angeles apartment for the farm life is Certified Fresh with 93%. All Is True (2018) : Director-star Kenneth Branagh returns to his love of the Bard in this biopic about William Shakespeare’s final days. It is getting mostly favorable reviews, with 76% on the Tomatometer. Pasolini (2014) : Willem Dafoe stars in this biopic about the final days of Italian writer, director, and poet Pier Paolo Pasolini, which is Certified Fresh at 71%. Asako I & II (2018) : Director and co-writer Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s romantic drama is about a woman caught in a love triangle with two men who look the same but have different personalities. It is at 68% on the Tomatometer. My Son (2017) : Guillaume Canet and Melanie Laurent star in this drama about a man searching for details after his child mysteriously disappears. It is at 58% on the Tomatometer. Charlie Says (2018) : Director Mary Harron’s largely panned drama about the three women sentenced to death for the Manson murders – Matt Smith plays the cult leader – is at 41%. The Professor and the Madman (2019) : Mel Gibson and Sean Penn star in this biopic about the two men who created the Oxford English Dictionary. Critics are shrugging; it’s at 33%.

(Photo by ©AV Pictures/Courtesy Everett Collection)The Best Australian Horror MoviesYou might expect a list of Australian horror films to be teeming with the beasties people associate with the continent: poisonous snakes, deadly spiders, mammoth crocs. Yet while this collection of essential Aussie horror flicks does contain several of those Down Under biters – two crocodile movies, one shark movie, and one about a giant wild boar (didn t see that coming, did ya?!) – it also features works that tap into something just as threatening: the vast land itself, from the mystery of its desert center to the dark possibilities of its cities sprawling suburbs. Movies like Wolf Creek and Road Games play with our anxiety about who, and what, we might encounter dare we venture into the endless Outback, while Hounds of Love and The Babadook explore what might lie behind your neighbor s door.Recent international breakouts like Jennifer Kent s Babadook and Natalie Erika James atmospheric haunted house chiller Relic traffic in the slow-building dread of today s elevated horror, but Australian genre films have been largely marked by a certain hard brutality over the years. Consider Wolf Creek and its sequel, or the more recent Killing Ground, which tell ripped-from-the-headlines slasher tales of terrorized backpackers and campers, but do so with an almost merciless insistence on graphic, real-feeling violence. And while we re talking brutal, check out The Loved Ones, a darkly comic tale of obsession that found new ways to drill into the torture porn trend of the 2000s.To be included in the list, movies had to be made and set in Australia, by a predominantly Australian crew. They also had to have more than 10 reviews – which is why the great maybe-horror Bad Boy Bubby, with only nine Tomatometer-approved reviews, didn t make the cut; ditto the excellent anthology Dark Place. We then culled the selection down to the 20 highest-rated movies, which included a couple of Rotten-but-fun (Bait) or seminal flicks (Patrick), and even a Jamie Lee Curtis sort-of-slasher. (Yes, Curtis s Final Girl phase even took her to entirely different hemispheres.) Purists may quibble with the choice to include Phillip Noyce s Dead Calm, a twisty and taut three-hander with Sam Neill, Nicole Kidman, and Billy Zane – it s not horror in the traditional sense, perhaps, but it will have you squirming. As will Justin Kurzel s The Snowtown Murders (released as just Snowtown in Australia), a crime drama with grisly horror elements you won t soon forget. Take shots at us in the comments if you must, but won t regret watching them.With all that said, here are the 20 highest-rated Australian horror films, according to the Tomatometer.Best Spanish-Language Horror Movies | Best Korean Horror Movies | Best Italian Horror Movies | Best French Horror Movies | Best Japanese Horror Movies2020’s Best Horror Movies | 200 Best Horror Movies Ever
Nevertheless, Garland noted conversations moving from the possibility of a mulitverse where free will exists to a deterministic view where there is no choice elicits an equally strong emotional response.“If I have a conversation with people about free will, nobody likes the idea that they don t have it. And it is completely in contradiction with our own sense — ‘But I absolutely, definitely have free will. I can feel it now,’ [they say], which is again, it s what people feel, but it may not be supported by the data.”That view, as espoused by Forest, leads Devs’ main character, Lily Chan (Sonoya Mizuno), onto her collision course with the warm and melancholy Amaya CEO. And while discussing Lilly’s actions would lead to a level of spoilers we definitely cannot reveal in this or any other reality, it did lead to another question the show presents: Do ethics exist in a deterministic universe?“I don t personally think it takes ethics and morality out of the conversation, I just think it means you react differently to the state of affairs,” Garland said.(Photo by Miya Mizuno/FX)To illustrate morality in a deterministic universe, he used a 15-year-old boy mugging someone at knife point as an example. In a universe with free will, the boy’s punishment (provided he is caught) proceeds from the notion he is in absolute control of his choices.“If you take deterministic view, you might say, ‘Well, hang on a minute. Because this kid is a crystal meth addict, and both his parents were crystal meth addicts, and he was addicted by the time he was 12, and he was trapped in a world that had given him a very distorted sense of ethics, and, as well as that, a sense of desperation, and no home, that led ultimately to the mugging.’ Under those circumstances, punishing the kid makes much less sense. Rehabilitating a kid makes much more sense.”“What we do then is make sure that [the kid doesn’t] do it again, Garland suggested. So, that doesn t remove the ethics, because you still don t want the kid to mug anybody. It s just more that you re not punishing him for something that wasn t his own decision.”Of course, Garland was quick to point out that while his example leads to a morality with more empathy and compassion, it also suggests atrocities are also unavoidable in a deterministic universe. “I don t think anybody wants to let Adolf Hitler off the hook in the way that you might let a 15-year-old off the hook,” he quipped.Nonetheless, the morality of what Forest calls “tram lines” will no doubt feature in discussions of Devs when its full shape is revealed with the show s finale six weeks from now.
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TV news didn t rest over the weekend — instead, DC Universe, AMC, History, BBC America, and more network shared news with reporters at the Television Critics Association winter press tour in Los Angeles on Saturday and Sunday. Read on to find out new intel on Killing Eve, Knightfall, Doom Patrol, and more.TOP STORYHow Doom Patrol Sets a New Tone for DC TVThere’s plenty of source material available for the showrunners of Doom Patrol, DC Universe’s second live-action series, to choose from when breaking stories. Showrunner Jeremy Carver said the series dips into several different versions of the characters in the series.“A great jumping off point is the Grant Morrison run in the ’90s,” Carver told reporters at a Television Critics Association winter press tour panel in Los Angeles over the weekend. “We dip into the Silver Age where we are seeing the Celsius and Lodestone characters. We’re going to see some other characters that have graced over the years, such as Danny the Street. We’re going to see one of my more beloved characters, the Beard Hunter.”While most of DC’s television properties live on the CW, land of the perma-shirtless, sexy twentysomethings, this cast includes decidedly non-twentysomethings Brendan Fraser, Timothy Dalton, and Alan Tudyk. But fans of DC’s CW series will not be put off by the age-diverse cast of Doom Patrol, which premieres Feb. 15.“I think DC has made a decision, quite smartly, to separate the feature world and the television world,” executive producer Sarah Schechter explained. “I don’t think there’s been any confusion, and comic books have always had multiple versions of the same character, created by different writers, different artists, with different adventures. I think it’s really fun, I think that the two work really nicely together, and help fans to experience fully the characters that they love.”What Do Killing Eve and Harry Potter Have in Common (Besides Fiona Shaw)?(Photo by Aimee Spinks/BBC America)New Killing Eve showrunner Emerald Fennell took over for the Emmy-winning series’ second season from creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge (who focused on the second season of her Amazon series, Fleabag, instead). But star Sandra Oh told reporters at the show’s TCA panel that the transition between the two was seamless.“Emerald and Phoebe are friends and had been friends for a long time,” Oh said. “I feel like they have a kinship — the sensibility, where they come from, their humor, their style. And Emerald has her own voice entirely, but it really moves from one hand to a similar hand.”When the series comes back to BBC America on April 7, it’ll pick up approximately 30 seconds after the events of the season 1 finale, and Eve (Oh) and Villanelle (Jodie Comer) will be at odds once again. The duo said that their characters’ relationship will definitely evolve in season 2.“I think what is most interesting about Eve’s stabbing Villanelle at the end of series 1 is Villanelle’s reaction to that, and just how emotionally she perceives that. And I think it both affects them and changes them in a way neither of them are quite expecting,” Comer said.(Photo by Aimee Spinks/BBC America)Added Oh, “And I think you see them vulnerable in slightly different ways. They’ve crossed the line and there’s no going back. I think we have a lot of energy at the beginning of the series, and that pushes both of them into a different place of vulnerability.”The characters are inextricably linked to one another, much like two other famous literary characters from the past 20 years — Harry Potter and He Who Must Not Be Named, of course, where neither can live while the other survives.“I kind of like the Harry Potter theory,” Comer said.Joked Fennell, “So Villanelle’s a Horcrux.”In all seriousness, though, the characters’ true relationship is still being explored.“It’s something that we’re also still figuring out and finding the pieces to as we play out scenes on set, which is actually really exciting, Comer said. I actually really like the fact that we can’t put our finger on it.”New Knightfall Star Mark Hamill on the Ties Between the Knights Templar and Star Wars’ JediThe Star Wars film saga s Luke Skywalker, Mark Hamill, joins the second season of History’s Knightfall as Talus, a tough, wise, hardened, and devout master who trains new members of the Knights Templar and who spent 10 years being tortured as a POW during a Crusade. Hamill told reporters at a TCA panel for the show that he never intended taking on a project like Knightfall, but was hooked after watching a few episodes.“I just thought, ‘I’ve never been offered anything like this before.’ I mean, I’d never done a character quite like this before — a religious zealot, a man of deep convictions, and, yet, such a paradox, Hamill said. He’s lecturing the troops and he says, ‘Once you become a Templar knight you shall become God’s executioners.’ How could there be such a thing? I thought, ‘Thou shalt not kill.’ But that’s the thing, I was flattered that they would think of me in such a diverse character part, and I thought, ‘Oh, I have to do this. I really do have to do this,’ to be part of a largely British cast and in a period drama like this, which I’d never done before. That’s what I look for: challenges to try not to repeat yourself, and this was certainly a challenge.”It’s no secret that the Knights Templar inspired another secret order Hamill has been a part of (Star Wars’ Jedi, duh). But the ties between the two actually didn’t occur to him until he’d already said yes.“I didn’t really think it through, but the truth of the matter is that I’m sure George Lucas came from so many different inspirations of his own, both from the movies and literature, Hamill said. He was probably thinking more of King Arthur and the Knights of the Roundtable, because it was more idealized and glamorous, certainly, than the Templar Knights, but there’s no question that his inspiration was rooted, partially, in this mythology.”Pennyworth Creators Explain Why Batman’s Butler Needs an Origin Series(Photo by Epix)Fox’s Batman prequel series, Gotham, is coming to an end this year. But more pre-Batman stories will continue to be told on television in Epix’s Pennyworth, an origin story about the early life of Batman’s butler, Alfred Pennyworth (played by Jack Bannon).“It’s really the chance to make him the center of a story and explain that journey: How did he get from being a young SAS soldier to being a butler in America? And it also gives us a chance to create a real world around him, a world in England that fits the whole DC universe,” executive producer Bruno Heller said. “It’s surprising to all of us the depth and range that you can go to with this character.”While the character’s creator, Bob Kane, set the 1930s as Alfred’s origin, but the Epix series is set in the 1960s. Executive producer Danny Cannon said that as someone from London, that seemed like the most dynamic time period to set a show.“It’s after the war, before things change for good. You could see the change in the air. Things were happening, culturally, artistically, that — it was an inspiring time, I think, that English people always revisit,” Cannon said. “So, to say that that was the foundations of which we were starting with and then making it 13 degrees more DC, 13 degrees darker [is when the series] really came alive for us.”The Story Behind NOS4A2’s Title(Photo by Zach Dilgard/AMC)The people involved in AMC’s new supernatural horror series NOS4A2 know that the title (pronounced like “Nosferatu”) is a little bit out of the ordinary. But the series, which stars Zachary Quinto as a vampire of sorts who feeds on the souls of children, is based on the book of the same name by Joe Hill (who happens to be the son of Stephen King), and series creator Jami O’Brien said the cast and producers are going to do their best to educate the audience about it.“One of the wonderful things about the book is that there are a lot of word games in it. One of the characters is a Scrabble master and librarian. And I think that the title itself, you know, Manx [played by Quinto] talks about it deeper in the book than where we get in the first season, but it’s a joke. And it’s also a puzzle,” O’Brien said. “And I think both of those things speak to the humor of the book and the humor of the character and is kind of a fun twist on the vampire genre, you know? Charlie Manx is a kind of vampire, but he’s not any kind of vampire that we’ve seen before. He doesn’t suck blood. He sucks souls. So, I think it’s a little irreverent, and I think — I’m glad that we have it because I think it’s a lot of fun.”

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Ghcxuf Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman isn’t just any run-of-the-mill awards season contender. It’s an epic collaboration between some of modern cinema s most accomplished and celebrated icons, and it s one of the most anticipated films of the year. So does this crime drama from the director of Goodfellas and The Departed   reuniting here with Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci and Harvey Keitel and now working with Al Pacino for the first time  live up to expectations?Reviews out of the movie’s opening-night premiere at the New York Film Festival are resoundingly positive in that regard. Not even the length or the notorious de-aging special effects can hold down what’s being called one of Scorsese’s best.Here’s what critics are saying about The Irishman:Has Scorsese got another gangster masterpiece on his hands?It’s the film that, I think, a lot of us wanted to see from Scorsese… rippling with echoes of the director’s previous Mob films but [it] also takes us someplace bold and new.  Owen Gleiberman, VarietyThe Irishman has both the frenetic swagger of his mob movies and the more contemplative gut wrench of his most spiritual films, like 1988’s The Last Temptation of Christ and his most recent film, 2016’s Silence.  Alissa Wilkinson, VoxThis is Scorsese’s least sentimental picture of mob life, and for that reason his most poignant.  A.O. Scott, New York TimesScorsese is at the top of his game.  Johnny Oleksinski, New York PostThe Irishman may not be as groundbreaking as Mean Streets or Taxi Driver, but then again, what is?  Caryn James, BBC.comSo it’s not just another Goodfellas wannabe?The Irishman is Martin Scorsese’s best crime movie since Goodfellas… an ideal match of filmmaker and source material. Eric Kohn, IndieWireThis is not Goodfellas. This is not Casino. This is Scorsese at his most reflective, crafting a masterwork that finds the filmmaker reflecting on everything he’s done, and what it’s all amounted to. Chris Evangelista, SlashfilmIt’s moving in a way Goodfellas is not. An old man couldn’t have made that movie, just as a younger one couldn’t have made this one. Stephanie Zacharek, Time Magazine(Photo by Netflix)Is it reminiscent of any other movies?The Irishman reminded me a bit of Unforgiven: It feels, at last, like a critical eulogy for an era of crime fiction that Scorsese and De Niro and Pacino built. A.A. Dowd, AV ClubThere are aspects of The Irishman that recall David Lynch’s work on The Return. Joe Dieringer, Screen SlateWith stories within stories within stories, The Irishman is a little like a mob movie version of Inception. Matt Singer, ScreenCrushMove over Braveheart. Move over Air Force One. Move over Field of Dreams, Gladiator, The Right Stuff, Ben Freaking Hur. The Irishman could well be Dad Movie of the Century. Taylor Antrim, VogueHow are Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci?De N 😈😈

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