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亚博APP苹果版采用百度引擎1(Baidu 4)当然,上面说的这些也都是极端情况了,现实中的游戏公司都是比较中庸然后从良心和坑爹的两段按照需求稍稍偏移。所以说大部分的手游还是可以玩的。就算他或许比较坑,但是只要有爱,一切都不是问题!

1. 亚博APP苹果版
Mindhunter: Season 2 (2019) 99% Description: The Behavioral Science Unit’s killer instincts move from theory into action when the FBI joins in a high-profile hunt for a serial child murderer.Premiere Date: Aug. 16, 2019 《幸存者危城》是一款非常经典的开放生存手游,这款游戏的手绘画风让人容易沉浸其中,布满废墟的世界中有很多小地图,玩家可以在这些废墟之中寻找各种物资,建造武器跟设备来进行冒险,开放式的冒险玩法让玩家感到更加有趣。
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Black History Month is a time where we reflect on the Black pioneers of the past and celebrate the Black change-makers of today and tomorrow. Today, Black film and TV is thriving: Filmmakers such as Ava DuVernay, Spike Lee, Jordan Peele, Barry Jenkins, Dee Rees, and countless others are creating art across genres, in theaters, and for TV that centers on people and communities that look like them. As they forge new ground in this space, we re taking a look back at the forebears who paved the way for their work. These Black filmmaking pioneers of the late 19th and early 20th centuries helped shape the modern film industry and often challenged the cartoonish, tired, and racist stereotypes pushed out by those who held the most power in Hollywood in its earliest years.Recommended: The 100 Best Black Movies of the 21st CenturyYou will know the names of some of these writers, directors, and performers, while others are mostly hidden figures in cinema s history, with much of their work tragically lost. These are our folk heroes, and this month we speak their name, celebrate their work, and honor the contribution they made to the movies and to culture.  Maria P. Williams (1866-1932) Williams is known as the first Black female film producer, and had worked as secretary and treasurer of the Western Film Producing Company (the company that distributed her first film and of which her husband was president). It s debated whether or not Williams directed Flames of Wrath, which has been attributed to her – director and producer were often interchangeable in the silent film era – but she did write, distribute, and act in the 1923 film. Prior to filmmaking, Williams was an activist and author, writing a book in 1916 on her activism entitled My Work and Public Sentiment. On the book’s first page she writes that 10 percent “of all money received from the sale of this book will go to create a fund to be used for the suppression of crime among Negros.”Noble Johnson (1881-1978)(Photo by Everett Collection )Black actors found work during the silent film era, but were often confined to racially stereotypical roles. Through his work as an actor and president of his own film company, Johnson sought to change this. Making his film debut in 1915, he was a successful character actor who appeared in 144 films, including 1925’s The Thief of Bagdad and 1932’s The Most Dangerous Game (both 100% on the Tomatometer), 1932’s The Mummy (93%), and 1933’s King Kong (98%). But steady acting gigs weren t enough: Johnson (born Mark Noble) founded the all-Black–owned and Black-run production studio Lincoln Motion Picture Company with his brother George in 1916. The birthplace of the “race film” genre, the studio sought to produce positive films starring Black actors. Johnson was president of the company from its inception until its closure in 1921, funding the studio with checks from his acting work. The company only produced five films – most of which are lost – but it is often praised as an inspiration for Black-owned film companies that followed.Lester Walton (1882-1965)Where would the storied history of Black film be without the inclusion of the voices of Black film critics? Walton began his expansive career at the St. Louis Star, becoming the newspaper’s first full-time Black reporter. He then moved to New York, becoming the theatrical editor and manager for the New York Age, and began writing about representation of Black people in film. As a Civil Rights activist, diplomat, songwriter, theater owner, and film critic/essayist, Walton wore many hats. He also served as Vice President for the Negro Actors Guild of America, where he lobbied for integration in film, TV, and radio. Always connecting art to politics, Walton – in partnership with the Associated Press – also lobbied to have the word negro spelled with a capital “N.”Oscar Micheaux (1884-1951)(Photo by Everett Collection)“Race film” was a genre during the Jim Crow era, referring to movies created for and by Black people partly as a way to commit to screen the discrimination they faced. Micheaux began as a novelist and then transformed into a prominent voice within the genre. Hailed as the first major Black filmmaker, Micheaux directed and produced 42 feature films from 1919 to 1948, beginning with 1919’s The Homesteader, adapted from his first novel. His vision centered on Black life during Jim Crow, tackling subjects such as racial violence, rape, economic oppression, and discrimination. Most notably, Michaeux directed, produced, and wrote 1925’s revered Body and Soul, which was Paul Robeson’s debut. The film was included in the Library of Congress s National Film Registry in 2019. Through his work, Micheaux embodied the words he became famous for: “We want to see our lives dramatized on the screen as we are living it, the same as other people, the world over.” Hattie McDaniel (1893-1952)(Photo by Bettmann / Contributor / Getty Images)McDaniel was a trailblazing actress, becoming the first Black performer to be nominated for and win an Oscar, winning the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role as “Mammy” in 1939’s Gone With the Wind. (See her moving speech here.) Wind was a boost to an already strong career as a songwriter, musician, touring stage performer, and radio actress. She appeared in 97 films, including 1934’s Judge Priest and Show Boat with Paul Robeson, and was among the first Black entertainers to star in her own radio and TV series, Beulah. While her Oscar was revolutionary, McDaniel’s career was burdened by being typecast in the Mammy-style roles before and after her win – roles such as Mammy Lou in her first film, 1932’s The Golden West, Malena in 1935’s Alice Adams, and Hilda in 1938’s The Mad Miss Manton. It’s notable that at the 1940 Academy Awards – the peak of Jim Crow – McDaniel had to sit at a separate table in the back of the ballroom, separate from her Gone With the Wind co-stars. McDaniel did not show remorse for playing these stereotypical roles, famously commenting, “I d rather play a maid and make 0 a week than be one for .” (Eighty years later, as Rotten Tomatoes’ Jacqueline Coley has detailed, Black actresses still struggle to be awarded for performances that break from the “Mammy” caricature.)Spencer Williams (1893-1969)(Photo by Everett Collection )Like Oscar Micheaux, Williams (above right) was known as one of the most prolific Black filmmakers of the first half of the 20th Century. As a pioneering director, screenwriter, and actor, his work pushed the “race film” genre forward. Of the 13 films he directed, 1941’s The Blood of Jesus is considered his masterpiece, depicting Southern Baptist religion through a Black lens. In 1991, The Blood of Jesus became the first “race film” to be included in the Library of Congress s National Film Registry. Williams also enjoyed a successful acting career. After working as a character actor in a series of Black-cast westerns in the 1930s, Williams became known as Andy in CBS s Amos n Andy TV series. Williams didn’t receive the full accolades his storied career warranted until after his death, when most of his films were found in a Texas warehouse in the 1980s.Tressie Souders (1897-1995)Men weren’t the only ones sharing their perspectives on contemporary Black life in film in the early 20th Century – Black women also created work to have their voices heard. Souders is notably known as the first Black woman to direct a feature film, A Woman s Error. The film was distributed by Afro-American Film Exhibitors’ Company in 1922, but unfortunately no version of the film has been recovered. The director and writer is as elusive as the film itself, with little biographical information about her available beyond reports of the movie and census records.Paul Robeson (1898-1976)(Photo by Everett Collection)As a Civil Rights activist, concert artist, author, professional athlete, and star of stage and screen, Robeson was one of the most important cultural figures of the first half of the 20th Century. He started his phenomenally successful acting career in Oscar Micheaux’s 1925 film Body and Soul, and went on to star in the likes of 1933’s The Emperor Jones, 1936’s Show Boat (100% on the Tomatometer), and on stage in productions of Othello and The Emperor Jones. But his success in Hollywood didn’t curb his voice. The outspoken Robeson caught the eye of the FBI due to his support of the Civil Rights movement and favorable view of Communist policies, the latter of which got him blacklisted. When McCarthyism waned, Robeson made strides to come back in the spotlight, but eventually retired to a quiet life. Fredi Washington (1903-1994)(Photo by Everett Collection)Washington (above right) performed in nine films and a number of Broadway productions throughout her career, which coincided with the Harlem Renaissance. She’s best known for playing Peola Johnson, a fair-skinned Black woman who passes as white, in the 1934 Academy Award Best Picture nominee, Imitation of Life. After her film career ended, she became a Civil Rights activist, working closely with NAACP President Walter White and becoming a founder of the Negro Actors Guild of America. Washington kept a foot in the industry as the entertainment editor for The People s Voice, a progressive Black newspaper founded by Adam Clayton Powell Jr., as well as working as a casting consultant for the musical productions of Carmen Jones and Porgy and Bess. Thumbnail image courtesy the Everett Collection亚博APP苹果版(Photo by Jesse Grant/Getty Images)Every casting in the MCU has made headlines, from the inspired albeit unconventional casting of Robert Downey Jr. in Iron Man to the moments-before-San-Diego-Comic-Con casting of Simu Liu in Shang-Chi. Just about everyone has had an opinion on who should play these iconic comic book characters on screen, and they ve been debated, scrutinized, and celebrated in every corner of the internet. But it may surprise some to learn these difficult choices have all rested in the hands of one woman. Over the course of 12 years, 24 films, and hundreds of roles, casting director Sarah Halley Finn has been the unseen force pumping the lifeblood directly into the heart of the MCU. Today, it may seem like a no-brainer now to cast RDJ as Tony Stark or Chris Pratt as Star-Lord, but in the early days, neither name was at the top of the Marvel wish list. It was thanks to Halley Finn s foresight and persistence that both actors were paired with their roles, but the MCU s lead casting director insists her efforts are a collaborative process.  Casting over 1,000 roles has allowed Finn to accumulate a few stories of near-castings and tales of actors who took a little more convincing to say yes, some of which she shared with us when we chatted with her a few weeks ago. Read on for our extended conversation with Sarah Halley Finn, in which she chats about casting not only RDJ and Pratt, but also some yet-to-be-cast actors she hopes to add to the ever-growing universe. Iron Man: He wasn t exactly known as an action hero. (Photo by Marvel Studios) The casting is always this collaborative process with the director and the writers and the producers, each trying to find the absolutely perfect embodiment of this character. And as we were working on Iron Man for a couple of months, we were really talking about a lot of different people that could play the part. But we kept coming back to Downey. Of course, everything you see onscreen is the reason why we kept thinking about him. And ultimately, because it wasn t a slam dunk at the time he tested for it. He had been known for Oscar-nominated work. He was an incredible actor. He wasn t exactly known as an action hero. This was a very different kind of role, and he hadn t been doing the same work for a few years, so he was willing to screen test. And that was the proposal that we made to our people as a way to just find out if it was really the way to go for the character. So because he agreed to screen test, we worked on it fast, and really, he came onto the soundstage in high spirits. I remember walking him in and I remember it so crystal clear   he came in high spirits. He knew what he wanted to do. I think he felt good, and I think as soon as he said the words, we all knew we had arrived. Captain America: No one else could play Steve Rogers except him. (Photo by Marvel Studios) After Chris Evans turned us down, I think it was the creatives who made that happen. It s Kevin Feige, it s Joe [Johnston]. It was really about helping him understand that there is an exciting character to play. It was not just an idea. He might have had a thought of what this means in the comic book universe but not what ideas it was about. But I know he also considered what this represented for his life and all those kinds of considerations you re aware of that and what he was weighing at the time. But it was really the creative engagement detailing about how he was the perfect person to bring this character to life, how no one else could play Steve Rogers except him and why, and what qualities he had that were perfect for it. And then they got creatively engaged to the point where it s harder to say no. Hulk: I had worked with Mark off-Broadway in New York, and it was really exciting when he jumped in. (Photo by Marvel Studios) Hulk was already in production when I came onto Iron Man, so I was not involved in casting [Edward Norton], and I think for whatever reasons, [Norton] was not involved when I was doing Avengers. So again, it was talking to Joss [Whedon], talking to Kevin, my team. How do we see this character now? What are his qualities? What are we looking for? Who is the best person to bring him to life? I had worked with Mark forever ago, off-Broadway in New York, and I had known him for a long, long time. And it was really exciting when he jumped in, and jumped in quickly. He was cast right before San Diego Comic-Con correct?  Yes, but there are hours and hours of stories for every single person, and that happens with more people than you might think, because one of the things is these actors aren t just sent a script. It s not like they re just sent a script that they can say yes or no to it. The scripts are secret. They re confidential. They get hand-delivered with a security guard and they re waiting in the car while you read. It s really sometimes a long process and of engagement with the creatives, with the director, and with Kevin [Feige], to help people understand the world. Maybe there s some artwork, maybe there are some examples of things that can get them to understand what they re going to be playing, but it s not always as easy as it might seem. Thor: Yes, both Liam and Chris Hemsworth read and were the loveliest guys. (Photo by Marvel Studios) It took months. In truth, I have not slept in 10 years. Are you kidding? [Laughs] Yes, both [Liam and Chris Hemsworth] read and were the loveliest guys. But for Thor, Liam was young. He was so young at the time, and it was a long process, and hopefully, we ve gotten it right. But we ve got Liam in our sights. We ll find something for him. [Laughs] It seems like there was no one else to play that part now, but when we were approaching Thor with Kenneth Branagh, we knew this guy had to be part Shakespearean. Asgard had to exist in a complete otherworld and yet be utterly relatable and human. And that was a very difficult combination. And the material we were using for auditions, was a Shakespeare scene. So it took some callbacks, and some work, to really feel like we had arrived there. And then Thor changed entirely with Thor: Ragnorok. Yeah, it s amazing and it s really gratifying for me, because I think another hope when we re casting these roles is that we re going to find actors who have the range to go a really long distance. And I think when Chris Hemsworth broke, we knew he was a movie star, but I don t think people saw in him the performance he just gave in Thor: Ragnarok and Endgame. To see him make that leap to comedy and the way the audiences responded to him, it was so exciting. It s like an actor you know, and yet, you re discovering him in completely a new way, and really fun to be able to surround him with interesting characters like Korg and all the other characters that you see him interact with. Star-Lord: We had to find somebody who was really sympathetic but also understood the humor, pace, and rhythms. (Photo by Marvel Studios) Actually [Chris Pratt] came up after he read because there were a lot of things we were trying to accomplish. We really want this to be perfect. We wanted it to be perfect for us, and a movie for the fans, and it was a long search on Guardians of the Galaxy. It doesn t seem like a difficult role, but it s a difficult role. He s heroic, but he s a bit childish. He comes into his own. He s very funny, and he also has this deep issue that he struggles with abandonment from his father and his childhood so there s a lot of layers that go in. We had to find somebody who was really sympathetic but also understood the humor, pace, and rhythms; and could bring all of the dimensions of the character to life. Chris was known for comedy; he wasn t necessarily known as heroic. He also wasn t known as an action guy. Chris had done another audition for me for another Marvel film, and I had seen those kinds of heroic noble qualities in him, and I knew he had the comedy. And I had seen Zero Dark Thirty and Moneyball, so I knew he could bring the action element to the role.And so, I kept bringing it up to James, to the point where James I read in a print [magazine] called me annoying and didn t really see him for the role. He claims that I tricked him. I don t really remember it that way. [Laughs]  It just so happened that Pratt was coming to read and James was there at the same time. So, yeah. [Laughs] Well, the one thing I will say, what s great about James is that he was very public on the press tour to be like, No, this is Sarah. I didn t see it, but I m so glad she made me do it. That s also great about working with him. It was very generous of him to be as open as he was about the process. And frankly, we had a lot of humor and that kind of camaraderie throughout the casting process. It really helped, and it helped him work with Chris. It helped Dave Bautista, who hadn t had a lot of acting roles, feel comfortable. And I think that his energy, his humor, his compassion, as an artist and as a director, was infused throughout the whole production. I think you can feel that in all the performances. The Guardians: Ensemble casting takes a lot of thought and a lot of work, and we test things out. (Photo by Marvel Studios) By the way, ensemble casting takes a lot of thought and a lot of work, and we test things out, you know? Once we cast Chris [Pratt], we were able to think about the qualities that he brought to the role, and then how to juxtapose that and how to support that in different ways to make the film interesting. So with [Dave Bautista], we knew that their chemistry was going to be really important, for Drax and Star-Lord to have something. And again, we did some mix and matches. We tried different ideas, but Dave and Chris really clicked. And so, it was being able to see that. And then, conversely, with Zoe [Saldana], we knew we really wanted somebody strong who was going to go up against him and give him a run for his money in a certain way, and she really brought that. And that s the process with any group casting. Rocket: You need to present the voice as a fully dimensional, living, breathing character, especially with someone like Rocket. (Photo by Marvel Studios) I approach voice actors the same exact way I approach the onscreen characters. I think that you need to present the voice as a fully dimensional, living, breathing character, especially with someone like Rocket. There s incredible pathos he brings, and he s damaged and wounded. And yet, you want to care for him, and you want to love him, and you want to laugh with him. And I think the audience got completely behind him. Basically, when we started thinking about the character, we re looking for the essential qualities. Who do we want to convey this emotion? How does the director want that character to come to life? So with Rocket, we had a very good idea of what James wanted, but we went through over a hundred voices, probably more. And that s my team, which is amazing, and taking James thoughts and notes. And we asked the other departments to give us any visual aids we could start pairing and mixing and matching a wide range of vocal qualities, of temperaments, of cadence, to try to see what would and all that comes together for how we could best personify that role. Spider-Man: The search went on for over a year just to cast that one role. (Photo by Chuck Zlotnick/Columbia Pictures) Can I talk about that? [Laughs] Those guys Asa Butterfield, Timothée Chalamet, and even Tom Holland have been really open about discussing it. Yeah, well they re all amazingly talented actors. I can say that much. They re all amazingly talented actors, but again, it was a role that we were trying to combine very specific elements and a range of qualities. So, for various reasons, I think the search went on for over a year just to cast that one role. And I think they ve all gone on and done great, and I think Tom has really done right by the character. The Villains: Michael B. Jordan s role was so poignant. (Photo by Matt Kennedy /© Marvel / © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures) I don t think we necessarily approached casting a villain in a different way from casting anybody else. You re still going, What are the essential qualities we re looking for and who s the best person to bring that to life? And in Black Panther, Michael B. Jordan s role was so poignant. It captured everything we hoped to do, which is create a multi-dimensional character who is not one-sided and who audiences can understand even if they re doing bad things. New Faces in the MCU: We can look anywhere. Marvel is so open. (Photo by Courtesy @DisneyStudios Twitter) It gives me so much energy to see more [diversity] in the MCU, and I m so excited to go into work every day, because I feel like there are no limits. We can look anywhere. Marvel is so open. It s a new day, and really, we are going to try anything. We have a deaf actress, Lauren Ridloff, who joined The Eternals, and right now we re looking for an 18-year-old Muslim-Pakistani female. It is beyond exciting. Casting Disney+: We re really approaching the streaming shows like movies. Yeah, it s very early but we re really approaching the streaming shows like movies. They re going to be very satisfying, I hope. We re really not looking at them any differently. They re incredible storytelling. We have incredible writers. We re putting together incredible casts, incredible directors. Very ambitious visions for these shows and the present a lot of new challenges but I m really excited. Casting Oscar Winners: They re able to stretch and do something that might be completely different. (Photo by Chuck Zlotnick ©Marvel Studios 2019) When I first came to the MCU and I was working on Iron Man, I was walking down the hall and somebody was making fun of me and saying, Oh, what, are we just going to have all Academy Award winners and nominees in the film? And I had a moment of panic thinking, Oh, my God, I m going to make the most boring superhero ever. What s it going to be? Nobody s going to relate to it. But [knocks wood] it s worked out well, and I think for these actors, there s a lot to play. There s a huge range to a lot of these characters, and sometimes it s just something really different. Look at what Cate Blanchett did in Thor: Ragnarok. It was fantastic. But Kevin and the mindset at Marvel is very collaborative. It s collaborative with the directors, it s collaborating with the actors. Creatively, they re all able to play in the sandbox. They re able to stretch and do something that might be completely different. So for someone like Brie Larson, yes, it s a leap to go from Room to Captain Marvel, but the way she embraced that character was complete, you know? She did the physical training. She researched it, she dug in with the directors and wanted to find out how to create this character in the way that I think actors approach in a role. So yeah, it was the whole process for her and for every actor to who takes on one of these roles. A Wish List for The Female Avengers? I don t know. I don t know if I can give you a few? I ve got a hundred. But I don t feel like I can No, I can t. I can t say. It s like asking me to pick my favorite kid. I can t do it. But hit me back after [Phase Five], maybe. Then I can tell you. Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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逆水寒婚礼是在十方云海中,双方漫步于云端走进花海进行宣誓,所有游戏好友齐聚一堂,不得不说这撒狗粮的方式值得佩服。想要撩妹子可以先到逆水寒端游逛逛,等手游上线再一起挤进去!

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LOL手游直到现在还处于测试阶段,在拳头看来,对于海外用户来说,测试仅仅是测试,拳头只是为了收集反馈,但国内因为接触过很多游戏,对于游戏测试的耐心程度没有海外玩家充足,如果短时间没有好的体验,就会被质疑游戏做好。

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使用強大的百度引擎4建构,提供丰富详尽的资讯、逼真的特效和广阔的HD地图,营造出惊人的战术动作游戏体验。高品质音讯和3D音效让您身心完全投入枪火轰鸣的火热战斗。

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9.42.6 6月喜迎(Photo by Amazon)She s back! Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning comedy The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is returning to Amazon for its second season on Wednesday, Dec. 5.Season 2 will see Midge (Rachel Brosnahan) dealing with the fallout from her takedown of Sophie Lennon, making her climb up the comedy ladder even more challenging — especially since she’s still keeping her new career as a standup comedian a secret from her family.Recently added (updated 12/3): History Remembers George H.W. Bush (Dec. 5), Mysterious Islands (Dec. 26), Great Performances: The Bernstein Centennial Celebration (Dec. 28)December | TBDARCHIVE: January | February | March | April | May | June | July | August | September | October | NovemberAlso: Renewed Canceled | 2019 Premiere DatesDecemberSunday, Dec. 2Life-Size 2: A Christmas Eve (2018) 40% 9 p.m., FreeformBerlin Station: Season 3 (2018)  9 p.m., EpixInside Syria s Deadly Dynasty, 9 p.m., Nat GeoThe Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show Holiday Special, 10 p.m., ABC () % 10 p.m., SyfyMonday, Dec. 3Finding Joy, Acorn TVVanderpump Rules: Season 7, 9 p.m., BravoUnanchored, 10 p.m., BravoWednesday, Dec. 5The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel: Season 2 (2018) 92% AmazonDeal or No Deal, CNBCHistory Remembers George H.W. Bush, 10 p.m., History ChannelThursday, Dec. 6Top Chef: Season 16, 9 p.m., BravoFriday, Dec. 7RuPaul s Drag Race Holi-slay Spectacular, 8 p.m., VH1Love After Lockup: Season 2, 9 p.m., WE tvIcebox, HBOSunday, Dec. 9Counterpart: Season 2 (2018) 100% 9 p.m., StarzDeadly Legacy, 10 p.m., Investigation DiscoveryMonday, Dec. 109th Annual CMA Country Christmas, 8 p.m., ABCPentatonix: A Not-So-Silent Night, 10 p.m., NBCTuesday, Dec. 11Jeff Beck: Still on the Run, 7:30 p.m., ShowtimeWednesday, Dec. 12Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors, Marvel HQ YouTube ChannelChampaign Ill, YouTube PremiumAgnostic Front: Godfathers of Hardcore, 7 p.m., ShowtimeParis to Pittsburgh, 9 p.m., National GeographicSusan Powell: An ID Murder Mystery, 10 p.m., Investigation DiscoveryThursday, Dec. 13Dr. Pimple Popper: The 12 Pops of Christmas, 9 p.m., TLCThe Carbonaro Effect: Season 4 (2018) 10 p.m., tru TV (midseason premiere)GG Allin: All In the Family, 10 p.m., ShowtimeFriday, Dec. 14Roma (2018) 96% NetflixFuller House: Season 4 (2018) NetflixTidelands: Season 1 (2018) 77% NetflixTravelers: Season 3 (2018) NetflixVoltron: Legendary Defender: Season 8 (2018) 86% NetflixChilling Adventures of Sabrina: Part 1 (2018) 91% A Midwinter s Tale, NetflixCuckoo, NetflixThe Innocent Man, NetflixThe Protector, NetflixSunderland Til I Die, NetflixLOL: Last One Laughing, AmazonRuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars: Season 4 (2018) 86% 8 p.m., VH1High Mighty, 8 p.m., HBO Latinok.d. lang: Landmarks Live in Concert – A Great Performances Special, 9 p.m., PBSKorn s Brian Head Welch: Loud Krazy Love, 10 p.m., ShowtimeSaturday, Dec. 15Pete Holmes: Dirty Clean, HBODannemora Prison Break, 7 p.m., OxygenSunday, Dec. 16Springsteen on Broadway, NetflixThe Simpsons 30th Anniversary Marathon, 9 a.m., FXX2018 Miss Universe, 7 p.m., FoxMonday, Dec. 17Blood, Acorn TVAmerica’s Got Talent: A Holiday of Champions, 10 p.m., NBCWednesday, Dec. 19Overthinking with Kat & June: Season 1 () YouTube PremiumSchitt's Creek 93%: Holiday Episode, 10 p.m., PopFull Frontal With Samantha Bee Presents “Christmas on I.C.E.” 10:30 p.m., TBSThursday, Dec. 20Timeless 91%: Series Finale, 8 p.m., NBCFriday, Dec. 21Marvel's Runaways: Season 2 (2018) 86% HuluVanity Fair: Miniseries (2018) 89% AmazonBird Box (2018) 63% NetflixPerfume: Season 1, Netflix38Below: Tales of Arcadia, NetflixDerry Girls, NetflixTales By Light, NetflixBad Seeds, NetflixStruggle: The Life and Lost Art of Szukalski, NetflixLast Hope, NetflixSirius the Jaeger, NetflixBack With the Ex, NetflixWolf, Netflix7 Days Out, NetflixThe Casketeers, NetflixAmerican Dream/American Knightmare, 8:30 p.m., ShowtimeSaturday, Dec. 22Demon’s Path, NetflixSunday, Dec. 23Watership Down: Miniseries (2018) 74% NetflixThe Simpsons 85%: Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire, 8 p.m., FoxMarilyn Monroe For Sale, 9 p.m., Smithsonian ChannelMonday, Dec. 24Agatha Raisin and the Fairies of Fryfam, Acorn TVHi Score Girl, NetflixWednesday, Dec. 2641st Annual Kennedy Center Honors, 8 p.m., CBSMysterious Islands: Georgia s Island of the Geechee People, 11 p.m., Travel ChannelMysterious Islands: Islands of Eternal Life, 11:30 p.m., Travel ChannelFriday, Dec. 28Into the Dark: New Year, New You, HuluInstant Hotel, NetflixMurder Mountain, NetflixSelection Day, NetflixA Twelve-Year Night, NetflixWhen the Angels Sleep, NetflixYummy Mummies, NetflixGreat Performances: The Bernstein Centennial Celebration, 9 p.m., PBSSunday, Dec. 30The Orville: Season 2 (2019) 100% 8 p.m., FoxThe Lake Erie Murders: Who Killed Amy Mihaljevic?, 9 p.m., Investigation DiscoveryMonday, Dec. 31Taylor Swift reuputation Stadium Tour, NetflixFox’s New Year’s Eve With Steve Harvey: Live from Times Square, 8 p.m., FoxDick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve With Ryan Seacrest, 8 p.m., ABCNBC’s New Year’s Eve, 10 p.m., NBCBack to TopTBDBack to TopDecember | TBDARCHIVE: January | February | March | April | May | June | July | August | September | October | NovemberAlso: Renewed Canceled | 2019 Premiere Dates
这说明,初期设定推出的过多,导致玩家接受等困难,玩起来太迟,迟时间和经历,而这种日常体验上的舒适度是体并不是游戏质量可以钓的,中后期可能会成为玩家流失的主要主要原因之一,职业不知道各位小伙伴们如何看待这款手游呢?你能接受它的干度吗?欢迎您在评论区留言。
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不知道大家有没有发现很多手游分为竖屏和横屏两种操作模式,很多动作类手游采用的都是横屏设计,主要是把手机模拟成掌机的状态更方便操作,而竖屏更多是放置类这种单手就能操作的游戏。随着游戏行业的进步这种模式也发生了改变,有着放置类玩法的《江南百景图》有着横屏和竖屏两种模式,在玩法一致的情况下,横屏和竖屏都会带给玩家不同的体验。
American Gods executive producer–author promises transcendent season 2, Outlander season 5 update, Starz introduces racy new millennial sex comedy, the Crawleys get supersized in Downton Abbey movie, and more.TOP STORYCaitriona Balfe s Claire Fraser Will Have a New Role in Outlander Season 5(Photo by Starz)Caitriona Balfe is just weeks away from filming season 5 of Outlander. Since season 4 used elements from the fourth and fifth books in the series, it sounds like season 5 will already hit book six, A Breath of Snow and Ashes, which leads up to 1776 in North Carolina — quite a significant year in American history. Before heading off to film, Balfe told Rotten Tomatoes a few more details about about Claire Fraser s journey in the new season.“Last season, her doctor side in some ways is put to one side,” Balfe said. “We got to see little glimpses of it. I think now that they’re going to settled in Fraser’s Ridge, it’s a real opportunity to establish herself in getting that kind of professional side of her life back in an order that is very fulfilling for her. So I think that’s exciting too.”The Fraser clan is growing in season 5 as Brianna (Sophie Skelton) has a baby whose health complications may require a return to the present for medical care.“[Claire s] a grandmother this season, which I think is a really interesting time in a woman’s life,” Balfe said. “It’s great to be able to explore that and have an extended family be around and also to deepen this marriage and this relationship in new ways because their life now is very new. This is a new role they’re taking on. It’s a new place and they’ve settled into this new community so I think it’s really interesting.”The season will cover a fraught time for both the country and the Fraser family, as Claire and her beloved, Jamie (Sam Heughan), are on the front lines of the birth of America as well as their grandchild.“I think there’s a lot of interesting things that we’re going to get to explore in terms of family, in terms of loyalties, especially in politics,” Balfe said. “It’s very new to me, all of this kind of time in American history. To understand the intricacies of what was going on in America in that time during its infancy, the people that were coming into the country, who their allegiances lay with. It’s all really interesting stuff, and it’s very new so that makes it really exciting.”Despite Behind-the-Scenes Drama, American Gods Season 2 Feels Like the Same Show The drama behind the scenes of Starz s American Gods has been well-documented — original showrunners Bryan Fuller and Michael Green departed after writing about half the scripts for season 2, with Jesse Alexander appointed as new showrunner two months later — but creator (and book author) Neil Gaiman told reporters that viewers shouldn t notice any difference in quality between the two seasons. I was on the show before Bryan and Michael came on as showrunners; I got to watch that being made, he said. I got to watch them leave and Jesse come on and take season 2. From my perspective, the thing that has been made as season 2 feels like the same show that we had for season 1. Part of that is because we have amazing actors, part of that is because a lot of the people didn t change.(Photo by Starz) It still looks and feels like American Gods, he continued.  It s definitely taken a while to get season 2 out, but it takes a while to get good things made and I think we d all rather have it good than have it quicker — although we d rather have it quicker too. The Crawleys Turn Volume to 11 on Downton Abbey Movie(Photo by Nick Briggs/Carnival Film & Television Limited 2014)The Downton Abbey movie hits theaters on September 20, and its stars are still keeping as frustratingly tight-lipped as ever when it comes to discussing the upcoming film. I don t even know what I can tell you, star Laura Carmichael (a.k.a. Edith Crawley) told USA Today and a small group of reporters on Tuesday. What can I remember has been released? There’s some new exciting people, which was dreamy. New cast members which you’ll love and enjoy. Unfortunately, that s just about all Carmichael, who next stars in Starz s drama The Spanish Princess, could say about what happens, though she did reveal that she thinks everyone will be pleased that we’ve upped the ante. Turned the volume up. Whether it s the end of the road for the Crawleys and their staff is something only creator Julian Fellowes can address. I can’t speak for other people, Carmichael said. But I can say we all had a dreamy time, it was lush. SpongeBob SquarePants Turns 20SpongeBob SquarePants celebrates its 20th birthday this summer. Like other beloved animated series (including The Simpsons and Family Guy), the series has managed to remain in the zeitgeist for multiple decades (though SpongeBob is a show both kids and adults can enjoy together). How, exactly, has the Nickelodeon series managed to remain so topical? Man, that’s the million-dollar question, said Bill Fagerbakke, who voices SpongeBob s pal Patrick Star. I don’t know if there’s a formula. There’s something mercurial and enigmatic about it. And I’ve come to think it’s a magical combination of shapes, colors, and sounds. We don’t know! Rodger Bumpass, who voices SpongeBob s frenemy Squidward, likens the series to Looney Tunes. They’re both short cartoons, but different ages of people and viewers get different things. Little kids get something out of it cause it’s colorful and it’s animated. And then the little older guys get a little bit more stuff out of it, and adults get something out of it too. And funny is funny, so I think that’s one of the reasons it has struck a chord, Bumpass said.SpongeBob himself, a.k.a. Tom Kenny, thinks some of the magic of his character comes from the fact that everyone wants to root for him and he s avoided any type of controversy. SpongeBob really does seem to have this charmed life and this magic power where people, you know, they didn’t just like it a little bit. They started to really like it and love it, and it found its way into the fabric of people’s lives, and it kept finding new life in new ways like memes and things like that, Kenny said. And even on the couple of occasions where there’s been something a little controversial that’s happened, SpongeBob still winds up winning. SpongeBob still winds up on top. For example, the latest Super Bowl halftime show was a tad controversial, but people didn t take any umbrage with the fact that SpongeBob made an appearance.Said Kenny, People get mad at the NFL. They don’t get mad at SpongeBob. You know what I mean? They don’t hate on SpongeBob. They hate on Maroon 5. The Rook EP Explains Why British People Are Good at Spy DramasThe new Starz drama The Rook, based on the book of the same name by Daniel O Malley, is both a tense British spy thriller and a supernatural drama. When Myfanwy Thomas (Emma Greenwell) wakes up in the rain next to London s Millennium Bridge, she can t remember who she is or how she wound up next to a pile of dead bodies. But she soon learns that she s a high-ranking official in the Checquy, a secret organization involving people with paranormal abilities.The London-set series was run by two American showrunners, Lisa Zerling and Karyn Usher, though it stars a mostly British cast (save for Olivia Munn). British executive producer Stephen Garrett said the series works because his people are experts in the spy genre. The Rook denotes [Myfanwy s] rank in the organization, and clearly there are bishops and queens who are higher than her, but I think what drew us all to this is it s a spy show with supernatural elements. The great thing about spy shows, and why the British are good at them, [is because] we re naturally duplicitous, we re very good at lying, and we love secrets, Garrett joked. So if you re a spy you can t tell your friends or your loved ones what it is you do, and I think if you have supernatural powers, you can t tell your loved ones what it is you have. So you have secrets to the power of 10, and that s just a heady mix for a great drama. Maybe Don t Watch the Racy Now Apocalypse With Your Parents(Photo by Starz)Gregg Araki s new Starz drama, Now Apocalypse, is a sex-infused, surreal adventure about stoner twentysomethings navigating the dating world and Los Angeles in general. Ulysses (Avan Jogia) also starts having premonitory dreams, causing him to wonder if there s a dark conspiracy going on around him or he s just smoking too much weed.There s a lot of nudity and sex, but star Jogia told reporters that he thinks the show will attract a multi-generational audience. As he pointed out, the older generation, quote unquote, grew up during sex lib. But if you re thinking about watching the show with your parents, whether that s a good decision or not really depends on how sexually liberated you and your parents are. The show sounds very punk rock, and attuned toward sex and sexuality, Araki said. We have BDSM, and we have water sports, and we have a sex club and a sex orgy, and it s like Whoa, that show sounds nuts. But when I watched it for the first time, there s a real sweetness to it. And this is a testament to the best cast in the whole universe — they really imbue these characters with such vanity and such authenticity. The whole show is grounded in these characters. They re super-sweet and super lovable. It s really about these characters and what they re going through. It s a lot, he admitted — especially in a show he described as Girls, Sex and the City meets Twin Peaks with an alien — but he’s not including those moments for shock value. I m not interested in titillation or making porn, Araki said. It s really about those moments of character truth, and I think that s the strongest thing about the show. Dennis Quaid Heads to NetflixNetflix has added Dennis Quaid to its ever-expanding roster of talent. The veteran actor is set to star in a new comedy series from Everybody Loves Raymond writer Tucker Cawley called Merry Happy Whatever. The series, according to Netflix, takes place in the weeks around Christmas as a father is thrown for a loop when his youngest daughter comes home for Christmas with a new boyfriend. Dennis Quaid will star in “Merry Happy Whatever,” a comedy series from “Everybody Loves Raymond” writer Tucker Cawley that takes place in the weeks around Christmas as a father is thrown for a loop when his youngest daughter comes home for Christmas with a new boyfriend. pic.twitter.com/zaAA9d3qSM See What s Next (@seewhatsnext) February 12, 2019
值得一提的是,熟悉原作的玩家都知道,“跳跃”才是鬼泣系列区别于市面上大部分3D动作游戏的标志。而游戏制作人此前曾透露,《鬼泣》手游中的跳跃并非同类产品中简单的上下位移,而是真正意义上的自由“跳跃”。
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This week s Ketchup brings you more headlines from the world of film development news, covering such titles as Faces of Death, Indiana Jones 5, and Knives Out 2.This WEEK S TOP STORYKNIVES OUT SEQUEL ADDS FOUR BIG NAMES TO ITS CAST(Photo by JA, Jason Mendez, Elizabeth Goodenough/Everett Collection)Director Rian Johnson (Looper, Star Wars: The Last Jedi) cast an impressive ensemble for his 2019 mystery thriller Knives Out (Certified Fresh at 97%) which included Toni Collette, Jamie Lee Curtis, Chris Evans, Christopher Plummer, Michael Shnnon, and Lakeith Stanfield, among others. For the two upcoming sequels, Johnson, producer Ram Bergman, and star Daniel Craig made a deal with Netflix that will land each of them a record-breaking 0 million. This week, Johnson proceeded to cast up Knives Out 2 with the first four stars to join Daniel Craig, and three of them are Marvel Studios alumni. The fun started on Monday when, Dave Bautista (Drax from Marvel s Guardians of the Galaxy) became the first new cast member announced, in what is basically a Spectre (Fresh at 63%) reunion, since Bautista and Craig faced off against each other in that James Bond film. The next day, Bautista and Craig were joined by Edward Norton, who was Marvel Studios The Incredible Hulk (Fresh at 67%) (before Mark Ruffalo took over the role). Wednesday marked the third day in a row with a Knives Out 2 casting announcement, namely Janelle Monáe (Antebellum), who is the only non-Marvel alumni in this batch. Finally, on Thursday, the sequel s fifth cast member was announced as Kathryn Hahn, who is coming off a great role in the Disney+ series WandaVision (Fresh at 92%). We don t know the name of Hahn s character yet, but it would really be something if turns out to be Kathryn Hahn All Along. Production of Knives Out 2 is scheduled to start in Greece later this summer, 2021.Other Top Headlines1. REGINA KING TO DIRECT MONSTER COMIC BOOK MOVIE BITTER ROOT (Photo by Elizabeth Goodenough/Everett Collection)Academy Award winning actress Regina King (If Beale Street Could Talk, HBO s Watchmen) recently made her directorial debut with the historical drama One Night in Miami (Certified Fresh at 98%), and this week, she signed on for another period piece, although the similarities largely end there. King will direct the comic book adaptation Bitter Root, based on the Image Comics title about a monster-hunting family who take on an invasion of supernatural forces during the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s. King will also be one of the producers of Bitter Root, along with her sister Reina and Ryan Coogler (Black Panther) and his Proximity Media company. The other part of the production deal is Legendary Entertainment, which recently gave us Godzilla vs Kong and produced the DC Comics movies 300, 300: Rise of an Empire, Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, The Dark Knight Rises, Man of Steel, and Watchmen. On the acting front, Regina King also recently signed on to star in one of the three planned Shirley Chisholm biopics.2. PARASITE DIRECTOR BONG JOO-HO PLANNING ANIMATED UNDERWATER HORROR FILM (Photo by Elizabeth Goodenough/Everett Collection)South Korean director Bong Joon-Ho was the big winner at last year s Academy Awards, winning Best Picture, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, and Best International Feature Film for Parasite (Certified Fresh at 98%). We usually see big deals being made for Academy Award winners of that stripe, but Bong s victory lap in 2020 might have been slowed down significantly by the COVID-19 pandemic, which began spreading more widely right around that time last year. So this week s news might be coming a year later than it otherwise should have, but we can now report that Bong Joon-Ho is planning an animated action/horror film about deep sea creatures. This project isn t expected to be Bong s next film as director (probably due to the extended production times of animated features), which will instead be an English-language drama based on an undisclosed true event from 2016. As if those two projects won t keep Bong Joon-Ho busy enough, he is also producing an upcoming Parasite series for HBO Max.3. IDRIS ELBA TO STAY FROSTY IN EXTRACTION DIRECTOR S CHRISTMAS ACTION MOVIE (Photo by Michael Gibson/STX Entertainment)There was a time (basically the 20th century) when spec script sales were frequent and lucrative, but they have decreased in relevance in recent years, possibly because of the increase in license deals, remakes, and comic book adaptations. Spec script deals do, however, still happen occasionally, and this week screenwriter Tyler Marcesa sold his screenplay Stay Frosty to Warner Bros. in a deal worth more than a million dollars. This wasn t Marcesa s first screenplay sale, but thus far, none of his projects have been produced yet. Idris Elba is attached to star in the action movie Stay Frosty as a man who survives getting shot in the head and who then has to figure out why an assassin tried to kill him, all the while also trying to get home to his son for Christmas. So, it s a John Wick-style action movie that also has Christmas-movie elements, a la Die Hard. Stay Frosty will be directed by Sam Hargrave, a former Marvel Studios stunt coordinator who made his directorial feature film debut last year with Extraction (Fresh at 67%).4. BLACK PANTHER AND LOGAN CO-STARS JOIN INDIANA JONES 5(Photo by Derek Storm/Everett Collection, FOX via Getty Images)As of this summer, it will be 13 years since the 2008 release of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (Certified Fresh at 78%), but Lucasfilm is finally preparing to film another installment we re currently calling Indiana Jones 5. The star will obviously be Harrison Ford (who will turn 80 sixteen days before Indiana Jones 5 is scheduled to come out on July 29, 2022), and we ve also recently heard about the casting of Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Mads Mikkelsen, and Thomas Kretchmann. This week, director James Mangold (3:10 to Yuma, Ford v Ferrari) cast two more for Indiana Jones 5, including the actor who played the villain Donald Pierce in his Wolverine movie Logan (Certified Fresh at 93%), Boyd Holbrook. The other new cast member is Shaunette Renée Wilson, who played one of the Dora Milaje warriors in Black Panther. We don t know anything about the characters Holbrook or Wilson will be playing, partly because we also don t know anything about the premise, like, at all, at this point.5. 21 JUMP STREET DIRECTORS TO DEPICT THE EARLY STAGES OF COVID-19 IN THE PREMONITION (Photo by Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection)The directing team of Phil Lord and Chris Miller are probably best known for their various animated projects they directed (Cloudy with the Chance of Meatballs, The LEGO Movie) or produced (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, The Mitchells vs The Machines), but they also directed two live-action films with 21 Jump Street and its sequel 22 Jump Street. What all of those movies have in common is that they re pretty light in tone, but this week, Lord and Miller are branching into more serious material with The Premonition, based on the recent book by journalist Michael Lewis. The Premonition tells the true story of the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic and the experts who attempted to warn the world. The film is expected to focus on three characters: a biochemist, a public health worker, and a White House government worker. It s not yet known if some of the more famous figures working in the White House in 2019 and 2020 will also have roles in The Premonition, the tone of which is being compared to All the President s Men (Certified Fresh at 94%). In related news, Scream screenwriter Kevin Williamson is also developing an untitled thriller set during the COVID-19 pandemic.6. EUGENIO DERBEZ REMAKE OF FRENCH HIT THE VALET TO START FILMING SOON (Photo by ©Sony Pictures Classics courtesy Everett Collection)Hollywood remakes of foreign-language hits are nothing new, and this week we got news of another. In this case, the original film is the French comedy hit The Valet (La Doublure, Fresh at 70%),  about a wealthy executive who hires a parking valet to pose as his mistress s lover in order to prevent his wife from finding out about his affair. Eugenio Derbez (Overboard, Instructions Not Included) is already set to star in the remake as the valet, who, in a slight variation on the original, is hired by a movie star played by Samara Weaving (Ready or Not) to pose as her lover to cover up her relationship with a married man. The cast was filled out this week by Max Greenfield (TV s The Neighborhood, New Girl), Betsy Brandt (Breaking Bad), Marisol Nichols (Riverdale, Spiral), and Mexican star Carmen Salinas. This remake of The Valet will be directed by Richard Wong (Come As You Are, Certified Fresh at 95%), and the original was directed by Francis Veber, whose French films have frequently been remade in English, including The Birdcage, The Toy, and Dinner for Schmucks.7. DAVID TENNANT AND EMILIA CLARKE TO VOICE ANIMATED DISCWORLD MOVIE  (Photo by Abel Fermin, Elizabeth Goodenough/Everett Collection)Discworld is a popular series of over 40 fantasy novels by author Terry Pratchett, but so far, it has eluded adaptation. That may soon change, as the 28th book in the series, The Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rodents, is about to be adapted as an animated film titled simply The Amazing Maurice. David Tennant (Doctor Who), who also starred in the Terry Pratchett series Good Omens, will voice the title character, and other roles will be voiced by Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones), Hugh Laurie (TV s House), Rob Brydon (The Trip), Gemma Arterton, Hugh Bonneville, Himesh Patel, and David Thewlis. The Amazing Maurice tells the story of a cat and his gang of talking rats who develop a scheme to fool humans and take their money. It s currently planned for release in the U.K. in 2022, but an American release is still also possible (if any U.S. distributor steps up to make such a deal).8. RUSSELL CROWE TO SHOW OFF HIS POKER FACE PLAYING POKER (Photo by ©Universal Pictures)The theatrical box office charts were obviously impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic this past year, but there were still movies that saw release, such as the Russell Crowe drama Unhinged (Rotten at 48%). Released in August, Unhinged debuted at #2, ascended to #1, and spent over 10 weeks in the top five. Again, the success of Unhinged was aided by diminished competition, but it also shows that despite a deadly virus, there were millions of people who wanted to see a Russell Crowe movie in theaters, so by that standard, he is definitely still a movie star. Crowe recently wrapped filming of Thor: Love and Thunder (5/6/2022), and this week, he signed on to star in a gambling drama called Poker Face, which is about exactly what it sounds like. Crowe will play a tech billionaire who brings his childhood friends together at his Miami estate for some high stakes poker. Poker Face will be directed by Gary Fleder (Runaway Jury, Homefront, Kiss the Girls).9. CONTROVERSIAL 1980s VIDEO NASTY FACES OF DEATH TO BE REBOOTED   (Photo by Aquarius Releasing)The Internet has been an active element in how fans track movies for over 20 years now, so it s easy to forget that there was a time when fans were basically challenged to believe whatever they were told by a filmmaker. In the early 1980s, as the home video market was taking off, many horror fans discovered a title called Faces of Death (and its sequels), which purported to depict actual footage of various gruesome deaths (most of which were actually faked, although some weren t). Faces of Death seems, in that way, such an artifact of its own era, that it would resist any attempt at a reboot or a remake, but that is apparently exactly what is now planned by Legendary Entertainment (Godzilla vs Kong, The Dark Knight). What is being described as a 21st century makeover of Faces of Death is being developed by filmmakers Isa Mazzei and Danield Goldhaber, the team behind 2018 s Cam (Certified Fresh at 98%). Rather than a documentary -style format, the new Faces of Death will reportedly revolve around a female moderator of a YouTube-like website whose job is to weed out offensive and violent content and who herself is recovering from a serious trauma, who stumbles across a group that is re-creating the murders from the original film. The producers behind this Faces of Death reboot are also developing the Buck Rogers reboot.10. ENOLA HOLMES 2 IS OFFICIALLY IN THE WORKS(Photo by Legendary)Details are a mystery, appropriately enough, but Netflix has offered a very pretty Twitter tease about a follow-up to Enola Holmes, the 2020 movie that stars Millie Bobby Brown as the equally curious sister of Sherlock Holmes. The film, which was originally planned as a theatrical release, moved to Netflix when the streaming service picked up the distribution rights last year during the pandemic. Enola Holmes 2 will start out as a Netflix jam, with Stranger Things star Brown returning for the sequel, along with Henry Cavill, director Harry Bradbeer, and screenwriter Jack Thorne. Netflix is offering up no other facts, but since more than 75 million households watched the first movie when it premiered last September, that surely won’t deter fans from trying to scope them out. A good place to start: The Enola Holmes Mysteries, author Nancy Springer’s book series on which the movies are based.On an Apple device? 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亚博APP苹果版 Beloved canceled-too-soon series can often find a second life after they re released on a streaming service or home entertainment platform, but rarely do passionate online fandoms translate to a show being resurrected more than half a decade after its initial cancellation. Luckily, Young Justice: Outsiders, which begins its third season January 4 on DC Universe, is one of those rare programs to find its way back to the air. And as lead character designer Phil Bourassa told Rotten Tomatoes recently, “timing, the fandom, and social media” kept its spirit alive and enabled its resurrection.Young Justice debuted on Cartoon Network in 2010 and featured a different take on the teen sidekicks of the DC Superheroes. Robin, a new version of Aqualad, Kid Flash, Superboy, Miss Martian, and Artemis formed a covert group aiding the Justice League while being trained by Black Canary. As the season progressed, the group added more members. In the show s second year, the story jumped forward two years to follow a new covert team, while the original group found their places in the Justice League. Both groups would continue to grow and change as a storyline featuring classic DC villains Vandal Savage and Darkseid led to a surprising cliffhanger.And then Cartoon Network pulled the plug.(Photo by DC Universe)“Our boss [Warner Bros. Animation executive vice president of creative affairs] Sam Register told us that we created the perfect show for streaming, we just did it five years too early,” Bourassa said. “We always thought that was funny, because it is sort of designed to be consumed in that way — or at least [it is] a completely viable way to consume it because it has so much continuity, and so much connected narrative strands, and our fans picked on that.”The first two seasons found their way to Netflix, and thanks to the emergence of platforms like Tumblr and Twitter, fans never stopped talking about it or asking Bourassa and producers Brandon Vietti and Greg Weisman — who also spoke with us — about a potential third season, Bourassa said.“Whenever we would go to do promotion or whenever active on social media promoting current projects, I would hear constantly from the fans about how much they loved Young Justice regardless of what I was talking about,” Bourassa said, crediting Weisman with “cultivating lot of their energy into a direct appeal … [so fans ] voices could be heard.”(Photo by DC Universe)That cultivation coincided with early planning for original content on the DC Universe streaming service, which created a perfect storm for Young Justice s resurrection. Weisman joked that there s not much difference between the two eras of the show, just that he is “older and wider.” Seriously, though, Vietti told Rotten Tomatoes that the creative team wanted to strike a balance between feeling both fresh and familiar.“We wanted to build something that was familiar to our fans in the first two seasons, but also pushed into new territory, he explained.While the arrival of Darkseid seemed imminent toward the end of the series second season, Outsiders picks up two years later and the villain is nowhere to be seen. Instead, the show picks up with the world facing a metahuman trafficking crisis: Young people with the potential for powers are being kidnapped and turned into weapons. The League even finds some of these press-ganged children on other planets, and it falls to Dick Grayson — who quit the team at the end of season 2 — to assemble a new covert group to investigate the metahuman smuggling syndicate.Members of the new team include Geo-Force and Halo, both characters with long histories in the comics — including the 1980s story Batman and the Outsiders, from which the new season takes some inspiration — but known in animation more as guest characters.“These [are] young characters that aren t really sure what they want to be when they grow up. They don t come from a sidekick type of relationship with an older hero; they re just normal people — ish,” Vietti explained.Geo-Force, for example, is a young Markovian prince thrust into the superhero world after the disappearance of his sister. Halo, meanwhile, is a refugee from the fictional DC Comics Middle Eastern country of Qurac, stuck in Markovia and trying her best to avoid detection as a metahuman in a country terrified of powers.

DC is on a roll with another critical hit, if the first reactions to Birds of Prey on social media are any indication. The comic book movie premiered Wednesday and squashed any concern that the all-women antihero team-up could be as disappointing as Suicide Squad. Margot Robbie stood out in that DCEU entry as Harley Quinn, and now she gets to wow audiences again, this time in a better adaptation, one that will reportedly have fans begging for more.Here’s what critics are saying about Birds of Prey in the first round-up of social reactions:So, how is it?Birds of Prey is f king spectacular and a huge five stars from me.  Millicent Thomas, Screen QueensBirds of Prey is an absolute blast and undeniably fun live wire jolt of adrenaline. Delightfully devilish and deliriously wicked, this irreverent, rule-breaking riot delivers a contact high.  Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionAbsolutely BLOWN AWAY!  Kristen Lopez, FanSidedBirds of Prey is a solid breakup movie with a soundtrack that slaps…we get a rare glimpse into the rich inner life of a female supervillain (and it actually delivers on what was promised in the trailer).  Alison Foreman, MashableBirds of Prey is a totally campy and brutal carnival ride; a colorful, chaotic and cheeky blast.  Katie Walsh, Tribune News ServiceA rockin’ kick ass good time!  Griffin Schiller, The PlaylistIt s a bonkers bananas crime comedy and a genuine party movie.  Scott Mendelson, ForbesSo it s one of the better DC movies?I’m happy to report that it s my favorite modern DC movie yet. Like Shazam!, it carves its own path with totally unique aesthetic, action, and tone. Michael Rougeau, GameSpotThis looks and feels so different than any other superhero movie I’ve seen (and I feel like many will say it’s what they wish Suicide Squad had been in execution). Full credit to Cathy Yan for that, it’s clear they had a lot of fun making something so different. Terri Schwartz, IGNLeagues better than Suicide Squad. Alison Foreman, MashableAs opposed to Suicide Squad, the story, characters and themes are confidently carried through by Cathy Yan’s terrific direction. Griffin Schiller, The Playlist(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)Is this the movie Margot Robbie s Harley deserves?Margot Robbie completely sells the incredibly choreographed fight sequences and their gleeful brutality. Terri Schwartz, IGNRobbie is excellent. Germain Lussier, io9It’s a terrific, vicious vehicle for Margot Robbie. Sean O Connell, Cinema BlendMargot Robbie is on top-form, Harley has never been quirkier and more lovable. Ben Rolph, Discussing FilmIt s at its best when going full Harley-vision, and Margot Robbie is clearly having a blast. Eric Eisenberg, Cinema BlendWhat about the rest of the cast?The chemistry amongst the cast was great. Dorian Parks, Geeks of ColorRobbie, Smollett, Winstead, Perez and Basco are perfection. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionIt’s truly an ensemble with every woman bringing it (Rosie and Jurnee are my faves tho). Yolanda Machado, The WrapJurnee Smollett-Bell steals the show! Kristen Lopez, FanSidedMary Elizabeth Winstead s Huntress is the not-so-secret MVP. Angie Han, MashableEveryone is having a blast but Mary Elizabeth Winstead plays Huntress like a supporting character from The Tick. It rocks. Scott Mendelson, Forbes(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)Is there an spinoff potential?If Birds of Prey told me anything, it’s that we need a whole lot more Canary and Huntress! They are great but there’s a lot left on the bone! Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comI would love to see more Black Canary and Huntress in the future. Dorian Parks, Geeks of ColorI loved all these ladies and am looking forward to the sequel/spin-off. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentDoes it have worthy villains?COULD NOT get enough of McGregor’s Black Mask; hysterical, eccentric, and deliciously pathetic. Griffin Schiller, The PlaylistEwan McGregor is so sinister and often hilarious. Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comEwan McGregor is on a different frequency, but wildly entertains! Sean O Connell, Cinema BlendFYC: Ewan MacGregor, Best Supporting Actor. Katie Walsh, Tribune News ServiceAdd Chris Messina chewing every piece of scenery in sight!! Jason Guerrasio, Business InsiderI would like to send a lil prayer of thanks for the costume, makeup, and hair people responsible for Chris Messina s entire situation here because wow yes thank you. Angie Han, MashableThe villains are delicious. Jill Pantozzi, io9(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)How s the action?Action sequences are capably choreographed, shot and assembled, showing off an invigorating stunt spectacular, spotlighting women as individuals and as a team. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionIt is worth seeing Birds of Prey for the kick ass action and the Funhouse Fight Scene, alone. Sean O Connell, Cinema BlendThe fight scenes are phenomenal. Jill Pantozzi, io9Has the best choreographed fight sequences I ve seen in a superhero movie. Rosie Knight, IGNSome of the most inventive, bone-crunching fight sequences in the superhero genre to date. Laura Prudom, IGNI’m pretty sure if you took the total amount of action sequences versus total screen time, this would be one of the highest percentages of action in the modern comic book movie era? Someone do the math for me later please. Terri Schwartz, IGNHow does it look in general?Cathy Yan is a genius… Loved how Yan builds her masterful mayhem with visual gags and colorful aesthetics. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionCathy Yan and DP Matthew Libatique create a visually distinct and luscious film that s badass, funny and provocative. Kristen Lopez, FanSidedCathy Yan created a Gotham that I can t wait to revisit. Yolanda Machado, The WrapCathy Yan s direction manages to feel intimate and thoughtful whilst also offering up the mile a minute madness that Harley and co. need. Rosie Knight, IGNWell-made, shot with beautiful colour and overall, a sleek piece of grand entertainment. Ben Rolph, Discussing Film(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)What other movies does it compare to?The only fair comparison for Birds of Prey, if you want one, is Deadpool. They have a lot in common, especially their use of fourth-wall breaking and R-Ratings! Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comIt’s DC’s Deadpool with a dash of Tarantino. Griffin Schiller, The PlaylistKinda plays like a Guy Ritchie gangster movie. Scott Mendelson, ForbesThe action reminded me a lot of John Wick. Dorian Parks, Geeks of ColorDoes it earn its R rating?It’s sooooooooooooo R rated. Sean O Connell, Cinema BlendIt’s VERY violent in places and there are a couple of quite dark scenes (also lots of f-bombs). Clarisse Loughrey, IndependentCathy Yan has created a music infused celebration of female badassery. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentFINALLY!!!! Who actually kicks ass with long ass hair flinging around? Extra cheers for Yan and Hodson for putting that in knowing this is how women would do it!!… If the DCEU doesn t hand everything over to women now, they are clearly out of their minds. Yolanda Machado, The Wrap(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)OK, so let s hear about its problems.Uneven tone and pacing… The girls at their best together, and they re not together enough. Angie Han, MashableLulls a bit in the middle and is a little on the slight side definitely errs on the side of style over substance but the little character moments make it sparkle. Hoai-Tran Bui, SlashfilmThe pacing isn t always fantastic (and at 1hr 40min some of it still dragged), but it s worth a watch. Alison Foreman, MashableBirds of Prey isn t a Birds of Prey movie so much as it s a Harley Quinn movie featuring Birds of Prey, and that creates issues story-wise and in fleshing out characters. Eric Eisenberg, Cinema BlendAt times the style can be a bit too abrasive, pacing a bit jolty, and it does feel like it’s balancing two movies (Harley Quinn and Birds of Prey). Griffin Schiller, The PlaylistIt’s tamer than expected and the basic story can get lost in the complex setups but it works more often than not. Germain Lussier, io9Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of one Harley Quinn) opens on February 7. 大家好,我是小小乐。在怒火一刀三职业传奇手游中新区开服第85天会开启跨服地图远古战场,今天小编就给大家介绍一下跨服地图远古战场的玩法攻略。

2022-01-27

In the original Star Wars trilogy, Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) dreamed of becoming a Jedi Knight (and he finally did in Return of the Jedi). Now, the veteran actor is suiting up again — this time to play a Templar Knight in History’s Knightfall.The Templar Knights have as much mythology as the Jedis (and perhaps more given that they were, you know, real people). Knightfall explores the Templars’ battles against King Phillip IV of France in the 13th century. While Landry (Tom Cullen) and Talus (Hamill) were not historical figures, they’re the fictional knights leading the charge against Knightfall’s Philip (Ed Stoppard).Ahead of season 2, Hamill, Cullen, and producer Aaron Helbing all helped Rotten Tomatoes outline the similarities and differences between the fictional Jedi Knights and the real Templars.Knightfall returns Monday, March 27 at 10 p.m. on History.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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