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ror体育实用APP下载采用百度引擎7(Baidu 1)游玩过程中可以发现,LOL手游的整体画质还是非常到位的,精致的手游建模和高质量的画质贴图在如今手游中能够跻身顶尖水准了。同时游戏整体画风和端游保持一致,野区河蟹、爆炸果实以及回城买装备等机制也很有意思,细节还原程度非常高。不过好在OPPOReno6Pro+在性能方面的堆料还是相当给力,搭载了今年安卓旗舰阵容的骁龙870处理器,体验过程中游戏全程稳定在满帧状态,即便是团战中都不会有太大的帧数波动,看来流畅运行LOL手游还是非常轻松的。

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转战移动手游对动视暴雪来说势在必行,一方面旗下的《魔兽世界》、《星际争霸》、《守望先锋》等IP的知名度都是世界级,如若将IP孵化到移动手游上,借助在PC游戏端领域的影响可以快速迅速吸引玩家。 (Photo by ©Paramount/Courtesy Everett Collection)The wig did it.At least that s what Eddie Murphy said about the box office and critical flop that was his big-budget team up with horror master Wes Craven, Vampire In Brooklyn. Both men were about to have arguably the biggest success of their careers in 1996 – Murphy with The Nutty Professor, Craven with Scream – but first they had to make a stop in Rottenville with the 1995 flick critics slammed as a not-funny, not-scary, totally misguided waste of both their talents. And no, Eddie wasn t wrong: the permed mane atop vampire Maximillian s head did not help matters one bit.Both director and star have given insights into what might have gone wrong over the years: Murphy was allegedly difficult to work with; Craven wasn t sure what kind of film he was making. But over those same years the movie has also earned something of a reputation as a cult classic. Not classic in the sense of being good  per se, but classic in the sense of being a total romp with an under-appreciated sense of the bizarre, a killer score, and some serious chemistry between Murphy and Angela Bassett as an NYPD detective caught up in a bloodsucker s quest.Look closely, and there are glimmers of Craven s keen sense of the horror-comedy mix, and Murphy s natural-born charisma. (Don t look to closely, though: those prosthetics do not hold up.)Listen Now:  Spotify |  Apple Podcasts  |  Stitcher  |  TuneIn  |  Google Podcasts | Radio Public | Deezer | iHeart | Art19Twenty-five years after it flew into theaters like some plasma-seeking, be-permed bat, Vampire In Brooklyn s reputation as a disaster for its estimable cast and crew is only matched by its reputation as a bloody good time. Which makes us wonder: Is a 12% Tomatometer fair for a film that s this much fun? That s what we re asking in our latest episode of Rotten Tomatoes Is Wrong (A Podcast from Rotten Tomatoes). Biting in with hosts Jacqueline Coley and Mark Ellis this week is stand-up comedian, actor, and former pro-wrestler Jay Washington, who is playing no-holds-barred as we look back at a movie whose star and director may want to forget, but which so many have come to fondly remember.Be sure to check in every Thursday for a new episode of Rotten Tomatoes Is Wrong (A Podcast From Rotten Tomatoes). Each week, hosts Jacqueline and Mark and guests go deep and settle the score on some of the most beloved – and despised – movies and TV shows ever made, directly taking on the statement we hear from so many fans: “Rotten Tomatoes is wrong.”Check out episode one:  Rotten Tomatoes Is Wrong About  Spider-Man 3Check out episode two:  Rotten Tomatoes Is Wrong About  Mortal KombatCheck out episode three:  Rotten Tomatoes Is Wrong About  Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal SkullCheck out episode four: Rotten Tomatoes Is Wrong About  Sister Act 2: Back In the HabitCheck out episode five: Rotten Tomatoes Is Wrong About  The BeachCheck out episode six: Rotten Tomatoes Is Wrong About  Hocus PocusIf you have a suggestion for a movie or show you think we should do an episode on, let us know in the comments, or email us at rtiswrong@rottentomatoes.com.Meet the hostsJacqueline Coley is an editor at Rotten Tomatoes, with a focus on awards and indie coverage but with a passion for everything, from the MCU to musicals and period pieces. Coley is a regular moderator at conventions and other events, can be seen on Access Hollywood and other shows, and will not stand Constantine slander of any kind. Follow Jacqueline on Twitter: @THATjacqueline.Mark Ellis is a comedian and contributing editor for Rotten Tomatoes. He currently hosts the Rotten Tomatoes series Versus, among others, and can be seen co-hosting the sports entertainment phenomenon Movie Trivia Schmoedown. His favorite Star Wars movie is Jedi (guess which one!), his favorite person is actually a dog (his beloved stepdaughter Mollie), and – thanks to this podcast – he s about to watch Burlesque for the first time in his life. Follow Mark on Twitter: @markellislive.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
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对于喜欢英雄联盟这一游戏又不能长时间在电脑面前打游戏的端游玩家来说,比起其他的moba游戏,英雄联盟手游会是更好的选择。首先英雄联盟手游作为英雄联盟IP的衍生,最大优势就是在于对端游的还原和对齐端游的统一。在端游玩家的角度看来,二者统一的世界观、英雄设定和熟悉的细节更能让玩家快速带入、适应游戏。ror体育实用APP下载网易首个海洋末日废土手游,游戏世界观围绕末日海洋展开,玩家们将在浩瀚无垠的海洋世界里探索未知的旅程。游戏目前未公开核心玩法,但可知融合了射击玩法元素。

3. 激战团竞模式
说到近期热游,那就不得不提使命召唤手游,这款游戏才刚上线就在游戏圈里引发了不小热潮。我身边很多小伙伴们也被吸引着陆续入了坑,感觉使命召唤手游开服这一波就吸引到了不少玩家,怪不得上线不久就能拿下appstore的第一名。

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Jacqueline Coley for Rotten Tomatoes: Just out of curiosity why d you want to go back to genre?Jim Jarmusch: Well, I don t even think of it really is a horror film exactly. I think of it as a comedy with some dark threads in it. I m not real analytical. I wanted to make the first idea of it. I wanted to make a film with humor similar to a film we made years ago called Coffee and Cigarettes. It felt like the same job.That s funny because here we call it Coffee, Cigarettes, and Zombies.Jarmusch: I mean that s sort of the impetus for the whole thing so honestly that s good to hear.Tell us about the premiere at Cannes.Jarmusch: It was pretty weird, to be honest. It s like showing our film to some film people, but also like 1,500 executives from L Oréal. It s kind of strange. But that s part of Cannes. Cannes is more and more each year kind of like a convention. I wasn t in favor of it being the opening night film, but the people who financed it, and my producers, I sort of let them all vote, and said, I will defer to what you guys all think. I kind of think they wanted it because they could get our cast on the red carpet. But other than that I don t know the motives. It was interesting. I don t want to just totally dis it. It was weird for me though, I must say. But I was also happy to be there together with members of the cast and Fred Elmes, our DP, and Catherine George, our costume designer. So you know, it was a positive thing on some level. [Laughs] I guess.But that standing ovation was pretty great. Jarmusch: Yeah, it was so fun. For me, the best things I love about Cannes are I like the press conferences when you have your collaborators there and I don t know that was kind of fun. And Bill Murray during the photo call was hilarious and amazing.The Dead Don t Die opens in select theaters on June 14th.

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han we d like.—David Opie, Digital SpyThe TVA’s inclusion in this series is a stroke of genius, creating an apparatus [that] excises Loki from the main MCU (and dodges the usual “why don’t Hawkeye or the Eternals help out?” moans) while also creating a vast fantasy/sci-fi playground of all time and space for Hiddleston to play in.—Huw Fullerton, Radio TimesPart workplace comedy, part time-travelling epic, Marvel Studios latest series is a great showcase for the collective charm of Tom Hiddleston and Owen Wilson.—Rohan Naahar, Hindustan TimesHow Is Owen Wilson as Supporting Character Agent Mobius?Perhaps in its greatest accomplishment, Loki has now changed my perspective on Wilson for the better!—Alex Abad-Santos, VoxMobius and Loki make for an effective odd couple, with the full-tilt diva , as Tony Stark put it in Avengers Assemble, butting up against the unruffled, surfer-dude energy of Wilson s agent.—Helen O Hara, Empire MagazineThe most cinematic Marvel show to date in large part thanks to Hiddleston Wilson. Very strong across the board. A bit slow in parts, but overall top notch entertainment.—Grace Randolph, Beyond the TrailerIf you re a fan of the power of conversation akin to an Aaron Sorkin work, you re going to love Loki. You ll adjust to its pace and will be excited by its detective mystery. Owen Wilson [is] perfectly cast!—Preston Barta, Denton Record-ChronicleThe episodic nature of the series gives the story time to breathe, and Loki and Mobius spend a lot of scenes just sitting in chairs and talking. And it s never boring!—Emma Stefansky, ThrillistMarvel has created a vastly different series. Hiddleston thrives, and Wilson owns this role. It may end up being Marvel s best show yet.—Austin Burke, Austin Burke/Flick Fan NationGod bless Owen Wilson.—Mike Ryan, UproxxAnything Else?Still, it s essentially impossible to hide exposition when there s this much of it, and the chatter becomes as distracting as it is endless.—Ben Travers, indieWireThe wit and wackiness on display here is tempered by life-and-death stakes, as early on a clear mystery of sorts is established, offering up just a touch of a classic procedural format to help ground the action.—Liz Shannon Miller, ColliderThe devil is in the details of Loki, but we promise you that devil is not Mephisto.—David Betancourt, Washington PostFurther proof that when Marvel colour outside the intended lines, they manage their own canvas that s just as attractive and infinitely more interesting.—Peter Gray, The AU ReviewYou re going to have to pay close attention to know what the hell is going on in this colorfully convoluted that is Loki the TV series.—Dominic Patten, Deadline Hollywood DailyThe set design for Loki is top-notch, evoking Terry Gilliam s Brazil with its art deco depiction of the TVA s base of operations, while nifty visual effects are employed to keep Loki chained up and to dispatch agents to time period after time period.—Matt Webb Mitovich, TV LineThe first two episodes of Loki are extremely exciting and this has the potential to be the best of the MCU spin-off shows from 2021. Let s hope it continues to be weird, dystopian and gorgeous to look at.—Fiona Underhill, JumpCut OnlineIt thankfully seems to be dodging everything that went wrong with The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, and right now, that s good enough.—Kyle Pinion, Screen RexFinal Verdict?(Photo by Disney+)A lot of rigamarole, a lot of time travel jargon and an entirely new science fiction side of the [MCU], but at the very least it succeeds as a showcase for Hiddleston s mischievous smile. It also might give Disney+ its first genuinely good Marvel series.—Kelly Lawler, USA Today Loki is a great-looking, well-paced, original piece that s equal parts workplace comedy, time-hopping adventure, murder mystery and superhero fantasy.—Richard Roeper, Chicago Sun-TimesAfter two episodes, Loki is at a tipping point. Having set everything up to an exhausting degree, things could be lined up to get really entertaining.—Dan Fienberg, Hollywood ReporterLoki could well improve, now that its arduous task of educating us about multiverses, and glumly explaining Loki to himself, is with any luck behind it. Let s hope so.—Tim Robey, Daily Telegraph (UK)Marvel has another hit! Loki is smart and witty. A self-proclaimed mischievous scamp, we love to see what trouble Loki finds next.—Tania Lamb, Lola LambchopsLoki is a genre-defying series that is at once bizarre, funny, thrilling and did I say weird already?—Joey Morona, Cleveland Plain DealerLike Loki himself, Loki the series is a little cocksure, reliant on this fan favorite to carry the story like so many Marvel properties do. But also like Loki, they re not wrong.—Proma Khosla, MashableIt s interesting to think and write about a show that s about control, order, chaos, and the unknowable notions of free will, determinism, and choice but mildly entertaining, at best, as a whole.—Rodrigo Perez, The PlaylistNothing can prepare you for Loki, a mind-bending dive into the Marvel Multiverse that takes everything you thought you knew about the MCU and turns it on its head for one of the most ambitious, craziest stories Marvel Studios has ever told.—Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comThe breezy attitude seems right for the show s scant six episodes, which will roll out on Wednesdays. He may be the God of mischief and a mass murderer but Loki knows how to show you a good time.—Tom Long, Detroit NewsLoki launches Wednesday, June 8 on Disney+.
contenders than ever before.Here’s what else the Tomatometer data revealed about the past, present, and (hopefully) future of February movies.We’re Living in a Golden Age for February Releases(Photo by Universal Pictures)The past two Februarys haven’t just given us a few good movies; they’ve produced some of their respective years’ biggest hits, like Get Out (2017, 98%) and Black Panther (2018, 97%), both Certified Fresh Golden Tomato Awards winners. Those two are the films that got us thinking about the Februar-enaissance in the first place, but it doesn’t stop there. Besides Get Out, 2017 saw a record six Certified Fresh releases – I Am Not Your Negro (98%), The Lego Batman Movie (90%), John Wick: Chapter 2 (89%), Kedi (98%), and A United Kingdom (84%), in addition to Jordan Peele s thriller. That’s more than either March or April had that year.Februray Tomatometer Averages are Higher than Ever in the 2010s(Photo by 20th Century Fox)Boasting an average Tomatometer score of 52% (so far), this past decade has produced some of the best February releases of all time, and it’s not even close. The 2010s saw more than a 10-point jump from the 2000s (41%) and higher average scores than either the 1990s (45%) or 1980s (46%). Or, to look at it another way, we’ve gotten exactly as many Certified Fresh movies in the past nine years as we did in the 1990s and 2000s combined. (That’d be 38 total, with 24 of those coming in the last five.)The streak first started in 2010, which – despite not having any major hits – still got high marks, thanks to the fact that half of its releases were considered Fresh. But it was 2016 that was the decade’s best year to date, with an average Tomatometer score of 60% and Certified Fresh movies like Deadpool (84%), Hail, Caesar! (86%), The Witch (91%), Eddie the Eagle (81%), and Michael Moore’s Where to Invade Next (78%) leading the way.There Have Always Been Good Movies in February You Just Have to Look For Them(Photo by Sony Pictures Classics)Even though the 2000s were lean times for February releases, you still have to go all the way back to 2003 to find a time when the month got shut out on our annual list of the year’s Top 100 movies. That’s 15 years and counting. In fact, at least one February release has landed in the Top 50 every year since 2008, and in the Top 20 since 2014.In recent years, art house sleepers and international hits like Academy Award-winner A Fantastic Woman (93%), The Lunchbox (96%), and ‘71 (95%), as well as documentaries like The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill (95%), have helped give audiences plenty of Certified Fresh options, so long as you’re willing to look beyond the month’s higher-profile wide releases.February’s Got the Oscars – And a Few Oscar-Worthy Movies, TooBack in 2004, the Academy Awards telecast officially moved from March to late February. That said, just because the month now boasts Hollywood’s most prestigious awards ceremony doesn’t mean it’s been a boon for its releases’ Oscar hopes. That’s mostly because it’s a lot easier to launch a successful awards season campaign in early December than to sustain one for an entire year. But that stigma is starting to change, thanks to recent February Best Picture nominees like Get Out and Black Panther (which won three of the seven Oscars it was nominated for this year). Going back further, in 1992, The Silence of the Lambs (Certified Fresh at 96%) became only the third movie in Oscar history to sweep the Big Five (Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Actress, and Best Screenplay) despite – you guessed it – coming out the previous February.Some of Your All-Time Favorites Are February Releases(Photo by Universal Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)OK, so, yes, you can go ahead and blame February for clunkers like Norbit (9%) and The Roommate (4%). But it’s also given us a few movies that we’re willing to bet might be in your personal top ten. We already name-checked beloved hits like Office Space and Bill Ted and the Oscar-winning Silence of the Lambs, but there’s so much more: fan favorite comedies like Billy Madison, Old School, and Super Troopers; adrenaline-pumping martial arts movies like Rumble in the Bronx, Bloodsport, and  Ong Bak; and how’s this for a blast from the past? You know all your favorite ‘80s movies – classics like The Breakfast Club, Pretty in Pink, Hairspray, and Footloose? They all debuted in February, too. (Also a February release: the 1999 Brendan Fraser vehicle Blast from the Past. Just saying.)Surprise! It’s Not a Great Month for Romance(Photo by Ron Batzdorff/New Line Cinema courtesy Everett Collection)You’d think February would be a boom time for movie romance, what with Valentine’s Day helping to get audiences in the mood. But critics were just not that into He’s Just Not That Into You (40%), or the Fifty Shades trilogy, or McConaughey/Hudson rom-coms like Fool’s Gold (11%) and How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days (42%), or Nicholas Sparks’ Safe Haven (13%) and Dear John (29%). If you’re looking to celebrate with a highly-rated February holiday movie, skip Garry Marshall’s Valentine’s Day (18%) and opt for 1993’s Groundhog Day (96%), a movie you can easily watch again and again. And again.Sequels Haven’t Fared Much Better(Photo by Philippe Antonello/Paramount Pictures)Aside from The LEGO Movie, which saw its sequel open to strong reviews earlier this month, February historically hasn’t been a great time for would-be franchises. Typically, when a February release performs well enough to merit a sequel, the next movie in the series gets moved to a more prime placement on the release calendar (see: Deadpool, Wayne’s World, Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, Goon, Kingsman: The Secret Service). And if a series premieres during a more desirable month, but its next installment gets pushed to February? That might as well be the kiss of death.The month is a veritable wasteland of lesser sequels, from Zoolander 2 (22%) and Hot Tub Time Machine 2 (14%) to My Girl 2 (27%), and A Good Day to Die Hard (15%), among others. The lone exception that disproves the rule is John Wick: Chapter 2 – after successfully beating the February sequel curse with a Certified Fresh Tomatometer score of 89%, Chapter 3 will be coming out this May. (Also, if we’ve learned anything from those movies, it’s never to bet against John Wick.)February’s Comic Book Movies Have Gotten Much, Much Better(Photo by Marvel Studios)Looking over the numbers, one big reason stands out for why Tomatometer scores got so much better in the 2010s than they were in the 2000s: namely, the comic book movies got better. Even though we tend to think of superhero movies as prime summer blockbuster fare, the month of February has seen its fair share of crusading crimefighters over the years. But while proto-Marvel movies like Daredevil (44%) and Nicolas Cage’s Ghost Rider franchise dragged down their years’ respective averages, critically-acclaimed hits like Black Panther and Deadpool (and the superhero-inspired Chronicle  Certified Fresh at 85%) seriously boosted theirs.2001 Was One of the Worst Februarys on Record – And 1993 Was One of the Best(Photo by Universal Pictures)With an average Tomatometer score of only 32%, February 2001 was one of the worst months to be a movie fan, with lackluster fare like Saving Silverman (18%), 3000 Miles to Graceland (14%), and Sweet November (15%). The following February wasn’t much better either. Thanks to the Certified Fresh Monsoon Wedding (95%), 2002 had a slightly higher Tomatometer average at 36%, but overall quality was down, with less than 15% of the monthly offerings earning a Fresh rating. Still, 1990 had it even worse – with a whopping three movies (Madhouse, Loose Cannons, and Heart Condition) all earning zeros on the Tomatometer.On the flipside, 2017 had a trio of films all land scores of 98% or higher (Get Out, I Am Not Your Negro, and Kedi), boosting its average score to 57%. But 1993 was even better, earning top marks with a 66% Tomatometer average, thanks to an impressive run of above-average options (Strictly Ballroom  95%, Like Water for Chocolate  91%, Army of Darkness  72%, and Robert Rodriguez’s breakout debut El Mariachi  93%) alongside very few Rotten ones.And the Title of “Mr. February” Goes To…(Photo by Myles Aronowitz/Universal courtesy Everett Collection)No surprises here, if you’ve been paying attention to the release calendar lately: it’s Liam Neeson. Thanks to films like Non-Stop and Unknown and this month’s Cold Pursuit, “Movies Where Liam Neeson Beats Everyone Up” might as well be its own February-specific genre. The acclaimed actor-turned-action hero has been showing up in February thrillers ever since 1992’s Under Suspicion, giving him a record-tying six February movies for an average Tomatometer score of 51%. Other February fixtures include Adam Sandler (47% over five films) and Nic Cage (24% over six films).Love or loathed something this February – or in Februarys past? Let us know in the comments.

It was another fight for the top spot at the box office between the Demon Slayer and the Mortal Kombatants – though this weekend s earnings suggest repeat business is not in the cards for theatrical viewings just yet. Even though the options have been limited, the big titles still continue to deal with challenges of reduced capacity and the alternative to view them at home at the time of premiere or after a few weeks. Godzilla vs. Kong, Tenet, and The Croods: A New Age are still the only films to gross more than million since the pandemic began; though, on the bright side, the million club is starting to get more crowded and it looks like last week’s releases may be headed for membership there.King of the Crop: Demon Slayer Finishes on Top of Mortal Kombat, as Both Aim To Crack Million(Photo by © Aniplex / Courtesy Everett Collection)Funimation’s hit anime Demon Slayer, which topped the box office this weekend after coming in second last weekend, had actually been slowly gaining on Mortal Kombat’s total earnings throughout the week. Mortal Kombat led .32 million to .14 million after last Sunday; by Thursday, the race closed to .85 million–.70 million. While Demon may still trail overall, congratulations is in order to it pulling out the victory this weekend by an estimated margin of .4 million–.2 million; however, you may note that is a significant drop-off from last weekend for both genre films, and with no real competition to draw people away. Up until now, the biggest drop-off for a wide release during the pandemic was the 67.1 percent fall of Wonder Woman 1984 from Christmas weekend to New Year s weekend. With a respective .4 million and .2 million each, Demon Slayer and Mortal Kombat fell 70 percent and 73 percent.That brings their estimated totals to million for Mortal Kombat and .2 million for Demon Slayer on their 10th days of release, which is higher than Wonder Woman 1984 (.43 million), Tom Jerry (.84 million), and Raya and the Last Dragon (.04 million). All of those films are now part of the million– to million–gross club at the moment — and each of them also had or have same-day streaming options. That is something Demon Slayer does not offer as of yet. Those three films also grossed between .42 million and .5 million in their second weekends.The drops could stabilize next week, but looking back to normal times, both Super Troopers 2 and the 2010 A Nightmare on Elm Street remake were the only April wide releases to drop over 70 percent in their second weekends. From their 11th days on, Elm Street grossed just an additional .6 million and Troopers Deux made only .4 million more. That was with theaters open in full and no pandemic. But it was also with more competition. So million is not out of the running for Mortal Kombat and Demon Slayer, but the numbers are suggesting they will more likely be joining the second tier. Then again, given the circumstances, they are still amongst the highest-grossing films during this difficult period in history.The 0 Million Watch: Godzilla vs. Kong Inches Towards Headline-Grabbing Milestone
Englund acts as the narrative glue to the series. I bring a little bit of my Vincent Price attitude and with the little bits of the Rod Serling rhythms in the writing that I get to play with, we kind of echo Unsolved Mysteries, but for a 21st-century audience with 21st-century sensibilities, he told Rotten Tomatoes. What does that creepy, that underbelly, that dark side mean to a more contemporary audience as opposed to a more innocent audience back in the day? He may be known for portraying monsters and killers on the big screen, but much like contemporary audiences the world over, Englund is a fan of binge-watching. And of the many genres available at the click of a button, Nordic criminal dramas (like Bordertown) is one of his absolute favorites. I love Scandinavian serial killer shows, he said. Or as I call them, Blood and Snow with Volvos. They re always really dark and really good. Read on for Englund s bingeable list of recommended programming.
This Week s Ketchup brings you more headlines from the world of film development news, covering such titles as Metal Gear Solid, The Toxic Avenger, and Van Helsing.This WEEK S TOP STORYWARNER BROS. TO DEBUT ENTIRE 2021 SLATE IN THEATERS AND ON HBO MAX SIMULTANEOUSLY(Photo by Chiabella James/©Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.)Just over a year ago, when Disney+ first launched on November 12, 2019, it may have seemed crazy that any streaming app could ever compete with Netflix, which has shows like The Crown, Stranger Things, and The Umbrella Company. That, of course, was before anyone had seen The Mandalorian, and before we knew much about Warner Bros. HBO Max app, the scope of which exploded with this week s big news. Just two weeks after the revelation that Wonder Woman 1984 will debut on HBO Max on December 25, 2020 on the same day it premieres in theaters, Warner Bros. has announced that their entire theatrical slate for 2021 will also debut day-and-date simultaneously on the HBO Max app, at no additional cost (besides the monthly subscription rate), due to the continuing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on movie theaters. We re talking here about 17 movies, both big and small, including Mortal Kombat (1/15/2021), Tom and Jerry (3/5/2021), the Sopranos prequel The Many Saints of Newark (3/12/2021), Godzilla vs Kong (5/21/2021), The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It (6/4/2021), Lin-Manuel Miranda s In the Heights (6/18/2021), Space Jam: A New Legacy (7/16/2021), James Gunn s The Suicide Squad (8/6/2021), Dune (10/1/2021), Baz Luhrmann s Elvis (11/5/2021), and The Matrix 4 (12/22/2021), among others. Super unsurprisingly, HBO Max also ended their free trial promotion yesterday. This surprise announcement also came just a week after the news last week that Netflix had offered Warner Bros. 0 million for the streaming rights to Godzilla vs Kong alone. Warner Bros. announcement also left an immediate impact on movie theater exhibition stocks yesterday, the leaders of many of which had the expected negative-to-mixed reactions (the most negative of which came from AMC). You can see new logos for many of these films here, and the official announcement trailer right here. As for what this means for the future of the movie theater business past 2021, no one really knows, but Variety explored some of those questions here.Other Top Headlines1. MARGOT ROBBIE IN TALKS TO REPLACE EMMA STONE ON DAMIEN CHAZELLE S BABYLON(Photo by Andrew Cooper/©Columbia Pictures)After reuniting with his La La Land star Ryan Gosling for the moon landing drama First Man (Certified Fresh at 87%), director Damien Chazelle has been planning on also reuniting with the former s other star, Emma Stone, for Babylon, about Hollywood s transitional period between silent films and the talkies of the 1920 and 1930s. In a surprise move this week, however, Stone has dropped out due to scheduling conflicts (it s unclear what film the conflict is with), with Margot Robbie now in talks for the role, which is believed to be the original It Girl, silent star Clara Bow. If Robbie does sign on for Babylon, the movie will effectively become a reunion project for another film set in Hollywood s past, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (Certifed Fresh at 85%), as the Babylon male lead is Brad Pitt. In related news, actress Li Jun Li (TV s Quantico, The Exorcist) has also been cast as early Chinese American movie star Anna May Wong. Paramount Pictures has scheduled Babylon for an awards-qualifying limited release on Christmas Day, 2021, followed by a wide release on January 7, 2022.2. OSCAR ISAAC TO STAR IN METAL GEAR SOLID ADAPTATION(Photo by Melinda Sue Gordon/Netflix)Although his run as Poe Dameron in the final three Star Wars chapters is over, Oscar Isaac continues to stack up new franchises, which before this week s news already included The Addams Family (in which he voices Gomez), the Dune remake (10/21/2021), and the MCU with his Disney+ role as Moon Knight. We can add to that list the long-in-development video game adaptation Metal Gear Solid, in which Isaac will star as franchise star and super spy Solid Snake. With over a dozen main franchise games published since the 1990s, Metal Gear Solid has the potential of being a multi-film franchise on par with Resident Evil. Metal Gear Solid has long been a dream project for director Jordan Vogt-Roberts (Kong: Skull Island, The Kings of Summer), who will be working off a screenplay by Derek Connolly (Safety Not Guaranteed; co-writer of Jurassic World). Other projects Oscar Isaac has in the works include the Ex Machina comic book adaptation The Great Machine and the Hollywood true story Francis and the Godfather.3. GAL GADOT MOVES FROM SUPERHERO TO SUPER SPY WITH HEART OF STONE (Photo by RCF/Everett Collection)As we get closer to the Christmas Day premiere of Wonder Woman 1984 on HBO Max and in theaters, Gal Gadot has found another lucrative genre to add to her filmography in addition to superheroes and (formerly) the racing action of the Fast Furious movies. Gadot has finalized a deal for upwards of million with Skydance Media to star in the spy thriller Heart of Stone,which is being described as a potential franchise-starter in the style of James Bond and Mission: Impossible. Tom Harper, who directed Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones in the hot air balloon adventure The Aeronauts (Certified Fresh at 72%) is currently in talks to direct Heart of Stone from a screenplay by comic book writer Greg Rucka (Netflix s The Old Guard, Certified Fresh at 81%) and screenwriter Allison Schroeder (co-writer of Hidden Figures, Christpher Robin). Other projects Gal Gadot has in the works include her starring role in Cleopatra and the Netflix action movie Red Notice, along with Dwayne Johnson and Ryan Reynolds.4. PETER DINKLAGE TO WIELD THE MIGHTY MOP OF THE TOXIC AVENGER(Photo by HBO)For years now, whenever fans speculate about the casting of a possible Alpha Flight movie, one of the inevitable picks is Peter Dinklage as Puck (because of their similarity in height). Instead, when Dinklage did actually make his debut in a Marvel Studios movie, it was in X-Men: Days of Future Past (Certified Fresh at 90%) as the scientist Bolivar Trask, and that role was later followed by a turn as Eitri, King of the Dwarves, in Avengers: Infinity War (Certified Fresh at 85%). As it turns out, however, Dinklage s first true superhero role will be one with indie filmmaking roots far outside the Marvel Cinematic Universe: in the remake of Troma s The Toxic Avenger (Fresh at 70%). Troma s Lloyd Kaufman is co-producing the reboot for Legendary Pictures, the same production company that gave us Christopher Nolan s Dark Knight trilogy and Warner Bros current Godzilla franchise. Dinklage s reboot of The Toxic Avenger will reportedly subvert the superhero genre in the style of Marvel s Deadpool, which makes sense when you find out that it will be directed by actor Macon Blair (Blue Ruin), who made his directorial debut with I Don t Feel at Home in This World Anymore (Certified Fresh at 89%).5. HARRIET STAR CYNTHIA ERIVO TAKES ON ANOTHER 19TH CENTURY BIOPIC (Photo by Eli Winston/Everett Collection)Broadway star Cynthia Erivo was one of last year s Best Actress nominees for her role as Harriet Tubman in Harriet (Fresh at 74%), and now she s found another biopic set in the 19th century, as she is attached to produce and star in an untitled film about the life of African princess Omoba Aina (A.K.A. Sara Forbes Bonetta), who was enslaved and then eventually became the goddaughter of Queen Victoria of England. The film will be partly adapted from the biographical book At Her Majesty s Request. Benedict Cumberbatch will also be one of the project s producers, but it s not yet known if he will also take on one of the film s historical roles.6. RON HOWARD S THAI CAVE RESCUE DRAMA THIRTEEN LIVES TO START FILMING SOON (Photo by Jaap Buitendijk/©Universal Pictures)Just a couple of weeks after the Netflix premiere of his latest film as director, Hillbilly Elegy (Rotten at 25%), Ron Howard is already getting ready for his next film as director. That movie will be Thirteen Lives, about the cave rescue effort in Thailand in 2018, which will start filming in Australia in March, 2021. Howard s Thirteen Lives now also stands out as the possible winner in a race to get a major movie about the incident produced after a surprising six different projects were confirmed to be in development within a few months of the disaster. Thirteen Lives will be a joint production between Howard and Brian Grazer s Imagine Entertainment and MGM. No casting has been announced yet.7. UNIVERSAL S MONSTER MOVIES REBOOTS WILL INCLUDE VAN HELSING (Photo by (c)Universal courtesy Everett Collection)Universal s attempts to move on from the Dark Universe idea got rolling in style earlier this year with The Invisible Man (Certified Fresh at 91%), and they continue to develop films based on their classic monster lineup almost more intensely than they did before. The 2004 Hugh Jackman action movie Van Helsing (Rotten at 24%) was a famous misfire, but the vampire-hunting Dracula character himself appears to still have fans at Universal, because the studio is moving forward with plans for a Van Helsing reboot. Universal Pictures is teaming up with producer James Wan (Aquaman, The Conjuring) for a new Van Helsing film to be directed by Julius Avery, who in 2018 gave us the Nazi zombie movie Overlord (Certified Fresh at 81%). It s not yet known what sort of tone the new Van Helsing will take, or whether it will directly connect to other Universal monster movies (either before or after Van Helsing). Julius Avery will also be rewriting a pre-existing Van Helsing reboot screenplay draft written by screenwriter Eric Pearson (Marvel s Black Widow; co-writer of Thor: Ragnarok).8. THIS WEEK IN JASON STATHAM: EASTERN PROMISES SPIN-OFF, MOVIE WITH AUBREY PLAZA (Photo by Universal Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)Every once in a while, an actor will be lucky enough to have two new movies announced in the same week. This week, it s Jason Statham, and neither movie is a sequel to any of his recent hits like The Meg or Fast Furious Presents: Hobbs Shaw, but one of them was almost a sequel. Jason Statham is in advanced talks to star in the Russian crime thriller Small Dark Look, which was originally developed as a sequel to the Viggo Mortensen drama Eastern Promises (Certified Fresh at 89%). It sounds, however, like elements of the movie have been changed (notably, probably changing the character from the one played by Viggo Mortensen), so that it s no longer a sequel. The other Jason Statham movie to make the news this week is an untitled thriller to be directed by Guy Ritchie, whose first two features, 1998 s Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (Certified Fresh at 75%) and 2001 s Snatch (Fresh at 73%), helped launch Statham s movie career. The new project, which was previously titled Five Eyes, will team Statham up with Parks Recreation star Aubrey Plaza as an international super spy who must work with a high-tech CIA expert on a globe-trotting mission to infiltrate a billionaire arms broker. This project appears to be one that Ritchie is taking on while others, including Disney s live-action sequel to 2019 s Aladdin (Rotten at 57%), continue to be developed.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
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Ghcxuf (Photo by © Marvel Studios, © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Several years ago, Rotten Tomatoes tracked the location of the Infinity Stones going into Avengers: Infinity War. At the time, the big mystery was the location of the Soul Stone, which turned out to be a big plot point in the film. But three years later, the stones are gone. As revealed in Avengers: Endgame, Thanos (Josh Brolin) used their power to unmake them, forcing the Avengers into committing a Time Heist to reverse the effects of the Blip.Nevertheless, the Stones continue to exist thanks to variant timelines and that Multiverse that Marvel keeps teasing. And though Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) returned each Stone to the places in history from which the Avengers borrowed them – and their story is seemingly concluded – they may continue to prove relevant in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, particularly as the new Disney+ Loki series features the variant of Loki (Tom Hiddleston) who spirited away the Space Stone in Endgame. So, join us on a journey across time and possibility to track the Infinity Stones The Time Stone(Photo by Jay Maidment / © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Where Steve Left It: Presumably, in the hands of the Ancient One (Tilda Swinton) on the rooftop of the Sanctum Sanctorum.Where It Could Be Now: Although “our” Time Stone is still gone, the loss of it from within the Eye of Agamotto may play a role in the upcoming Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Will Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) convince himself he can safely take a copy of the Time Stone from another reality or timeline? Maybe that choice sets off the adventure as the dark future the Ancient One teased in Endgame comes to pass. Also, trying to break the laws of time feels like the sort of thing Strange would do, even if it means he’d have to talk an alternate version of himself into doing it.The Space Stone(Photo by © Marvel Studios, © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Where Steve Left It: Back at Camp Lehigh, the S.S.R./S.H.I.E.L.D. base in the 1970 where Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) is somehow tolerating the presence of Howard Stark (John Slattery).Where It Could Be Now: The Stone he returned is only one variant – which Mar-Vell (Annette Benning) will use a decade or so later. The other, as we mentioned above, was nabbed by Loki during the Avengers’ botched attempt to get it just after the Battle of New York. And as we saw as we saw in April s Loki trailer, it is in the possession of a TVA agent when Loki is arrested. That leaves one to wonder if the Stone will be in their evidence locker or if they have a way to return it to Thor’s (Chris Hemsworth) custody in that alternate timeline. Will it continue to be a part of Loki s overall scheme? Or will his experience with the TVA lead him down a path away from the Infinity Stones?Also, wouldn’t Steve feel honor-bound to retrieve the Space Stone from Loki and put it back in its proper place?The Soul Stone(Photo by © Marvel Studios, © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Where Steve Left It: The planet Vormir, where he presumably had a very awkward conversation with the Red Skull (Ross Marquand).Where It Could Be Now: Still on Vormir, as it requires a steep price to claim it. Although, the return of the Soul Stone brings us back to our favorite pet theory about the upcoming Black Widow movie. Specifically, returning the Stone will release Natasha Romanoff (Scarlet Johansson) from the Soul Space – a scene that could make a very satisfying mid-credit stinger. With rumors that Evans will return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe in some form swirling around, this is the sort of cameo we can see him agreeing to.The Power Stone(Photo by © Marvel Studios, © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Where Steve Left It: On Morag for Star-Lord (Chris Pratt) to discover while nursing a massive headache.Where It Could Be Now: The return of the Power Stone to its proper place in time is seemingly the most successful of the lot as it means the Peter Quill of that timeline will collect it and proceed through the events of the first two Guardians of the Galaxy movies being none-the-wiser. Unless, of course, his reality now lacks for a Thanos, Gamora (Zoe Saldana), Nebula (Karen Gillan), and Black Order – all of whom traveled into the future during Endgame. If that is the case, then the Stone is presumably still on Xandar under the protection of the Nova Corps.Provided, of course, the Guardians of the Galaxy came into existence to defeat Ronan the Accuser (Lee Pace). Otherwise, he maybe rampaging across space in some variant timeline.The Mind Stone(Photo by © Marvel Studios, © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Where Steve Left It: Next to an unconscious America’s Ass (also Evans) in Stark Tower shortly after the Battle of New York.Where It Could Be Now: The location of the Mind Stone in that other timeline could be important in the future as it needs to pass into Wolgang von Strucker’s (Thomas Kretschmann) possession not long after the battle. If it doesn’t, then that timeline goes without Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) unlocking an aspect of her powers, Pietro Maximoff (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) never getting his speed, and J.A.R.V.I.S. (Paul Bettany) never becoming a part of Vision (also Bettany). Such a timeline could offer “our Wanda” a source for a proper Mind Stone to give Vision back all his facilities. Well, once she learns about that corpse-like Vision flying around New Jersey.The Reality Stone(Photo by © Marvel Studios, © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Where Steve Left It: Somehow, injected back into Jane Foster (Natalie Portman) shortly after Thor and Rocket (Bradley Cooper) took it. Maybe Frigga (Rene Russo) helped out knowing Steve was a friend of her son?Where It Could Be Now: Presuming this alternate timeline is the same one Thanos was in before he leaped to the future, then the Stone would still be in the possession of The Collector (Benicio del Toro). But as we pointed out with some regularity in our coverage of WandaVision, the red energy Wanda wields visually connects to the Aether and it would not surprise us if the source of the Scarlett Witch’s power stems from the same primordial force contained in the Reality Stone. What that means for Wandas in realities where Thanos never collected the Stones – or even our own Wanda – remains to be seen.Of course, as the nature of the Marvel Multiverse is still unknown, we are making a lot of presumptions about where the Stones Steve returned could be. For one thing: we are assuming the Stones were mostly picked from one alternate timeline despite the Ancient One telling Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo) that stealing them would create divergent timelines at each point from which they were taken. If we take her at her word, then it is possible War Machine’s (Don Cheadle) decision to knock Peter out on Morag means the Guardians of the Galaxy never form and either Ronan or Ego (Kurt Russell) succeed in their plan. Also, the Ancient One’s reality may have been swallowed up by Dormammu even if Steve returned the Time Stone to her. The mere seconds it was gone still could matter.But one of the elements we’re looking forward to in Loki is a greater clarity about what it means to pluck a Stone from its rightful place in time. Perhaps we’ll even get greater clarity on the success of Steve’s mission to return them at the end of Endgame or, perhaps, we ll learn of a new power tempting the god of mischief away from his old objectives.Loki premieres on Disney+ Wednesday, June 9, 2021. On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News. 😈😈

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ror体育实用APP下载 Which decade from the last 40 years had the fetchest high school movies? (We’re going to make this happen.) That’s what we’re deciding in a very special episode of Vs. that’s slowly walking down the stairs armed with warm apple pies, blaring boom boxes, and an occasional break of the fourth wall. How exactly, though, can you compare a decade like the 1980s, which gave us everything from Say Anything… to Ferris Bueller’s Day Off to a decade like the 2010s, with its whip-smart Lady Bird and adventurous Dope? RT Contributing Editor Mark Ellis has a way… four ways in fact. In this episode of Vs. he compares each decade’s high-school movie output based on Tomatometer and Audience Scores, box office performance, memorable moments and characters, and one wild card round to declare which 10-year stretch is the movies’ equivalent to your high school’s Prom King, Valedictorian, or that ultimate hero: The Person Dating a College Guy.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

This Week s Ketchup brings you seven headlines from the world of film development news, covering such titles as the next Spider-Man movie and Wolfman. This WEEK S TOP STORYUNIVERSAL WANTS RYAN GOSLING TO BE THEIR WOLFMAN(Photo by Elizabeth Goodenough/Everett Collection)Universal Pictures scrapped ambitious plans for a cinematic Dark Universe in 2017 following the luke warm reaction to Tom Cruise s The Mummy (Rotten at 16%). Instead, this year s The Invisible Man (Certified Fresh at 91%) became the first movie of another round of monster movie reboots. Some of the other projects are Paul Feig s Dark Army and a remake of The Invisible Woman, but this week, we found out that the next one will probably be Wolfman. Although he s not officially signed yet, Universal Pictures is pushing ahead with Wolfman with an eye toward Ryan Gosling to star. In much the same way The Invisible Man was reimagined as a stalker thriller, the Wolfman reboot is being compared to Jake Gyllenhaal s Nightcrawler, which seems like an odd film to single out as a comparison to a movie about a guy who turns into a half-man/half-wolf. Wolfman is currently being written by the Orange is the New Black team o T APPEARANCESJulianna Margulies (The Good Wife) and Corey Stoll (House of Cards) will guest star in multiple episodes of Billions when the Showtime drama returns for its fifth season, in spring 2020. Margulies will play Catherine Brant, a bestselling author and Ivy League sociology professor, while Stoll will play Michael Prince, a business tycoon from a small town in Indiana.Emmy-winner Julia Garner (Ozark) will play the titular role in Inventing Anna, the Shonda Rhimes–produced Netflix limited series about real-life con woman Anna Delvey. Also in the cast of the 10-episode series: Laverne Cox (Orange Is the New Black), Anna Chlumsky (Veep), Katie Lowes (Scandal), and Alexis Floyd (The Bold Type). The series is based on writer Jessica Pressler s New York magazine story about Delvey.Yvette Nicole Brown (Community) and Shiri Appleby (UnREAL) will be series regulars in the Disney+ John Stamos dramedy Big Shot.Keegan-Michael Key will host Game On!, an upcoming CBS adaptation of James Corden’s BAFTA-winning British game show A League of Their Own. The show, which features two teams answering rounds of sports questions and performing physical challenges – sump wrestling, for example – will also star Venus Williams and Rob Gronkowski as team leads, as well as comedian Bobby Lee.Carol Burnett will reprise her role as Theresa Stemple, the mother of Helen Hunt’s Jamie Buchman, on Spectrum Originals’ Mad About You reboot, which premieres Nov. 20.Leslie Mann will star in the Amazon Prime Video thriller The Power, based on the bestselling Naomi Alderman novel of the same name about a world where all teenage girls develop the power to electrocute people, and then learn how to pass the power on to older women.Amazon Prime Video will debut its first holiday special, The Kacey Musgraves Christmas Show, the day after Thanksgiving. The Grammy-winning singer/songwriter will perform classic and original holiday tunes, and welcome guests Leon Bridges, James Corden, Troye Sivan, Lana Del Rey, Zooey Deschanel, the Radio City Rockettes, Fred Armisen, Camila Cabello, and Kendall Janner.Billy Magnussen (The Leftovers) has joined the cast of HBO Max’s tragicomedy Made For Love, playing the possibly sociopathic, tech billionaire  husband Cristin Milioti’s Hazel is trying to escape. The series is an adaptation of Alissa Nutting’s book of the same name. (Deadline)CBS’s four-hour James Comey miniseries has added cast members: Scoot McNairy (Halt and Catch Fire) will play former U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, William Sadler (When They See Us) will play former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, and T.R. Knight (Grey’s Anatomy) will play former White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus. The series is based on Comey book A Higher Loyalty. (Deadline)Vanessa Hudgens has joined Andrew Garfield in the cast of the Tick, Tick … Boom! movie that Lin-Manuel Miranda is directing for Netflix.GG Townson (Everybody Hates Chris) and Laila Odom (The Bobby DeBarge Story) will play Cheryl “Salt James and Sandra “Pepa” Denton in Lifetime’s upcoming three-hour Salt-N-Pepa biopic. Mario Van Peebles (New Jack City) will direct the movie.DEVELOPMENT NEWS: JORDAN PEELE AND AL PACINO TEAM TO HUNT NAZI OFFICIALS FOR AMAZON PRIMEHunters is Oscar winner Jordan Peele’s drama about a group of Nazi hunters in 1977 New York City who learn hundreds of high-ranking Nazi officials are living among the citizens of the Big Apple and are plotting a Fourth Reich. Starring Al Pacino, Logan Lerman, Josh Radnor, Dylan Baker, Carol Kane, Saul Rubinek, and Lena Olin, the Amazon Prime Video series follows the titular team that plans to bring the Nazis to justice and thwart their genocidal campaign. Hunters will premiere in 2020.Seven Worlds, One Planet is the next series in the always spectacular Planet franchise from the BBC. Premiering on Jan. 18, 2020, the Sir David Attenborough–narrated series will air on BBC America, AMC, IFC, and SundanceTV and will find filmmakers using 8K cameras, drones, and low-light technology to tell the “story of earth’s seven spectacular continents and how they shape the extraordinary animal behavior and biodiversity we see today,” according to the BBC.Grey’s Anatomy showrunner Krista Vernoff is partnering with Erin Brockovich to develop an ABC drama about Brockovich’s life after the Oscar-winning movie named after her, and about her, made her famous. Titled Rebel, the series will follow Annie “Rebel” Rebelsky, as she continues her work as a legal consultant who doesn’t have a law degree. Vernoff and Brockovich will be executive producers on the series.Ava DuVernay is developing a one-hour TNT drama about the fatal aftermath of a Texas oil refinery accident and the woman trying to seek justice for the victims.Clive Barker’s Books of Blood will be adapted as an original movie on Hulu. Brannon Braga and Adam Simon, who created Salem for WGN America, will write the movie, while Braga will direct. Cast for the film, which will focus on three sagas from Barker’s multi-volume collection of short stories, includes Anna Friel, Britt Robertson, Rafi Gavron and Yul Vazquez. The movie is scheduled to premiere on Hulu in fall 2020.HBO will air a six-episode series, We’re Here, which features drag queens Bob the Drag Queen, Eureka O’Hara, and Shangela Laquifa Wadley travelling to various small towns and recruiting residents to star in a one-night-only drag show. The reality series premieres in spring 2020.ABC is developing a reboot of its own 2011 drama Revenge, this time focused on a Latinx character. Original series creator Mike Kelley will be executive producer on the remake, which finds one of the original series characters guiding the new heroine in a plot for revenge against a wealthy family that owns a pharmaceutical company. (Deadline)Emmy-winning Saturday Night Live star Kate McKinnon will star in and executive produce Joe Exotic, an adaptation of a podcast about two big cat breeders whose rivalry leads to disaster. The show is from the studio UCP, which also produced podcasts-turned-TV series Dirty Johnand Homecoming.American Vandal star Jimmy Tatro will star in the Quibi comedy series Junior High, based on his popular series of YouTube videos in which he and co-star Christian Pierce play students who “struggle to figure out the fast-paced world of middle school as they face some of life’s biggest questions: ‘Do I want to play in the NFL, the NBA, or both?’ and ‘Did I clear the search history on my mom’s computer?’” Tatro and Pierce will also serve as executive producers on the series.AnnaSophia Robb (The Act) will star in Quibi’s Emma, a horror series about a woman who finds herself pregnant, possibly as the result of a conspiracy.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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ror体育实用APP下载 Watch: Cinematographer James Laxton on the making of Moonlight above.In 2019, Rotten Tomatoes turns 21, and to mark the occasion we’re celebrating the 21 Most Memorable Moments from the movies over the last 21 years. In this special video series, we speak to the actors and filmmakers who made those moments happen, revealing behind-the-scenes details of how they came to be and diving deep into why they’ve stuck with us for so long. Once we’ve announced all 21, it will be up to you, the fans, to vote for which is the most memorable moment of all. In this episode of our ‘21 Most Memorable Moments’ series, Moonlight cinematographer James Laxton shares how a surprise storm disrupted production, but added lasting richness to the film s most enduring scene. VOTE FOR THIS MOMENT IN OUR 21 MOST MEMORABLE MOVIE MOMENTS POLLTHE MOVIE: Moonlight (2016) 98%Moonlight is by any measure a landmark film: the first LGBTQ-themed movie to win Best Picture at the Academy Awards, the first film with a mostly black cast to win that prize, too, and, according to our Tomatometer, the best-reviewed LGBTQ film of all time. And yet beyond the accolades, and laurels, and Certified Fresh badges, the movie was and remains potent because the story it splashed onto the screen – in so many vivid hues – was one most viewers had never seen. That story began life in 2003 as the semi-autobiographical In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue, an unpublished play by writer Tarell Alvin McCraney (whose Choir Boy is up for Best Play at this year s Tony Awards). Screenwriter and director Barry Jenkins would adapt it for the big screen some 12 years later, breaking out its tale of Chiron, a black man in Miami whose homosexuality is at war with his and his world s expectations of masculinity, into three distinct chapters: Little, Chiron, and Black. Each showed Chiron at a different age, played by different actors, at different points of his struggle. Jenkins enlisted college friend and cinematographer James Laxton, who had lensed the director s debut film Medicine for Melancholy, to give each section, and the film itself, a distinct look. Here, Laxton reveals how he worked to achieve Jenkins vision and tell Chiron s story.Trevante Rhodes as Chiron in Moonlight. (Photo by David Bornfriend, ©A24/courtesy Everett Collection) You start to think about what kind of films you want to make, and then for me, what those films look like. “I first met Barry Jenkins when I was 20. I think he was maybe 21. We were at Florida State University Film School in Tallahassee, Florida, two young kids who found our way into this film education world. We were really excited about trying to find new ways to express ourselves, and I think first bonded over the things that kids bond over all the time: similar tastes in music, or food. Once we became friends, we started talking about films, and all of a sudden also seemed to share a great interest in the kinds of films we were interested in watching. Then, as happens in film school, you start to think about what kind of films you want to make, and then for me, what those films look like. We started to realize we shared a great deal in aesthetics and in terms of how we wanted to visually tell stories. That friendship very quickly became a collaborative one. I don t know that much has changed, to be totally honest, in whatever it s been… 17, 18 years or so of this relationship. It s a really wonderful one.” Barry says he s working on something, and it s about kids in Miami. “Learning about what films Barry wants to make is an interesting thing. It s different than any other director I work with in that I find out about [projects in] whispery, secret-y sort of side conversations. He won t be all official like, ‘Let s have a meeting on Wednesday and let s sit down and read the script together, and hash it out.’ It evolves over long periods of time; over dinner, or at a friend s house, he ll mention he s working on something, and it s about kids in Miami, or he found a project he s interested in, and it sounds like we ll maybe make this in the near future. So it first starts there. I feel like I heard about Moonlight first in a very casual setting. It was sort of [the way] you might find out your friend is getting married in a few months, or is engaged.”Jharrel Jerome and Ashton Sanders in Moonlight. (Photo by David Bornfriend/ © A24 /courtesy Everett Collection) Images that would grab you by the scruff of your neck and take you inside this world and not let you look away from the screen. “I think we started to share imagery back and forth [in the lead up to Moonlight], which is what we often do: So I ll send him a series of photographs, he’ll send me a series of photographs. Very quickly after sharing of images back and forth, it became clear the movie wanted to have a very, very bold sensibility visually, and have images that would really grab you by the scruff of your neck and take you inside this world and not let you look away from the screen. To us, that had to do with strong color palettes with shooting in anamorphic aesthetics, where you re having these epic sensibilities apply to what in the material was very subtle and nuanced. That combination of epicness and intimacy is what Moonlight came to look like. That s how I see it, anyway, and that’s largely to do with just those early conversations about wanting those bold sensibilities to be at the forefront of our storytelling.”THE MOMENT: The Swimming LessonIn the first chapter of Moonlight,  Little, Jenkins offers one of the most moving and often surprising relationships between a boy and a father figure we ve seen in cinema. Juan (played by Mahershala Ali, who would win the first of his two Best Supporting Actor Oscars for the role) is a drug dealer whose softer, nurturing side is drawn out by Chiron, known as Little here. In a scene that defines the relationship, and came to define the film for many, Juan takes Chiron out off of a Miami Beach and teaches him to swim. Laxton was in the water with Ali and young actor Alex Hibbert as the moment unfolded.Mahershala Ali and Alex Hibbert in the swimming instruction scene. (Photo by David Bornfriend/ © A24 /courtesy Everett Collection) Juan is one of these characters who really champions and gives this sense of trust to Little. One of the concepts in the film that s discussed is this idea of love generally, and more specifically trust in our parental figures. I think there s a lot of conflict within Moonlight s coming-of-age [story], of Chiron s journey finding adult figures that can help guide him through some difficult moments in his youth. Juan is one of these characters who really champions and gives this sense of trust to Little, or to Chiron. I think he does that specifically within this swimming scene, which for us had to have a sense of intimacy and a sense of struggle with it. There’s a lot of symbolism that is going on in that scene, especially visually. That iconic imagery that is epic in its sort of nature… we knew that was going to be part of the scene. Our approach in terms of camera work was to try to make the scene feel intimate, and as nuanced, and small, in a way, because the scene conceptually was going to be so big. If we could provide an intimate portrayal of it, in terms of how the scene is lensed, we felt like that would be the trick, so to speak. That would be the way into our audience s hearts and minds. That was how we came about this idea of, well, let s get the camera out into the water.” We wanted it to feel like a struggle, throwing me out there with this big camera unit, trying to fight the currents myself in the same way that Little is. “There are some pictures of me online struggling with this massive, behemoth underwater housing [a substantial camera case] – and we shot this film anamorphically, before some of these cameras that now are much smaller were available to us, so it was a very large contraption that you see me wrestling around the surf with. But I think that was in many ways part of it. Barry and I are so often trying to find ways to visually represent a character s perspective; [that’s] how we go about making choices photographically. It s all about character for us, and so for me, it was about trying to have a swimming lesson on my own in many ways, trying to learn how to use this camera in the water. I by no means am an underwater cinematographer. I mean, there are people who do that job specifically, and they re really great at it. We didn t necessarily want that, though. We wanted it to feel like a struggle… throwing me out there with this big thing and trying to fight the currents myself in the same way that Little is fighting the currents. We felt like there would be something in there, in the struggle between how it s being visually represented and then what the scene is about at its core – this sense of trust that Juan is giving this young man in the water.”Hibbert and Ali during the swimming lesson scene. (Photo by David Bornfriend/ © A24 /courtesy Everett Collection) Barry, who’s from Miami, is ankle deep in the surf looking out at the horizon. He quickly realized, ‘Oh, look. There s a storm coming.’ “I think we had scheduled at least half a day to shoot this scene, specifically the water, swimming portion of the scene; we thought we had about six hours or so. So, we re setting up the equipment, we re getting the camera into the water, which takes a little while. Meanwhile, Barry, who’s from Miami, is ankle deep in the surf looking out at the horizon. I m not from Florida myself, but he quickly, being native to the space, realized, ‘Oh, look. There s a storm coming.’ He might as well be a meteorologist. I think he said that we have about an hour-and-a-half to get this scene shot. He was probably about right: it was about an hour-and-a-half or so later we had to run for cover, because a massive rainstorm had come. We had to hide underneath all kinds of tents and take a very long break. I mean, it was hours before we got back out there. When Barry alerted us to the storm approaching, we gathered our equipment together as quickly as possible, ran out into the water, and in some respects… I don t want to say improvised, because what is in the script is on camera, if not in the exact way it was depicted. But we had a lot more shots in our shot list, and [were going to be] much more organized about capturing it. But I think because of the elements approaching, we had to really get out there and just specifically have a swimming lesson, and let Mahershala as Juan guide this young man, and [have] me out in the water, as well, trying to capture this swimming lesson as it came. It [was shot] almost like a documentary, less so like a film in some respects. I think in the end, all for the good. Sometimes your reaction to moments is as good as a well detailed plan might be. Sometimes it s even better.” By the end of the scene, these dark rainclouds have come over us. “The sky does change on us at some point. We begin the scene in beautiful, somewhat partially clouded skies, and by the end of it, these dark rainclouds have kind of come over us, and as we end that scene, it kind of alludes to what is coming in the journey of Chiron, this impending cloud. THE IMPACT: A Clearer HorizonMoonlight s success announced some major new talents. Ali, Trevante Rhodes, Ashton Sanders, Hibbert, and Janelle Monae would all become in-demand actors – especially Ali, who would win a second Academy Award for Green Book in 2019. McCraney would write a TV series for OWN and win stage acclaim on Broadway for Choir Boy. Jenkins follow-up film, the adaptation of James Baldwin s If Beale Street Could Talk, was one of the most anticipated movies of the fall last year, and would go on to become one of the best-reviewed films of the year (Jenkins would win Best Director at the 2019 Independent Spirit Awards and the film would win Best Picture that same night). Laxton was nominated for an Oscar for his work on Moonlight, and his work on Beale Street honored throughout last year s awards season. The cinematographer says he didn t expect all the red carpets when Moonlight wrapped its 21-day shoot in Miami back in 2015; he simply says the crew were proud of the work they d done. Today, he says he s proud that the work they did has connected with so many people, and continues to do so. Mahershala brings a number of things with him when he comes on to a set There s someone there who s ready for anything. “Mahershala definitely brings a number of things with him when he comes on to a set. There s a professionalism, of course, but there s a strength, and there s also a calmness; there s just someone there who is ready for anything. I don t know Mahershala really well; I know him from this experience filming the movie. But at the same time, he s such a giver. I think in a way he brought not just him as Juan [to the scene], but there s something of Mahershala in there, too. I don t think Alex knew how to swim, or at least proficiently swim in that moment, and so, I think, yeah, Mahershala, again, in the sense of really getting out there and us all, camera included, kind of going through a swimming lesson in real life, in real time, with the storm coming over us… I don t think that a different person could ve done that. I think it s so him. The part wasn t necessarily written for him, I don t believe, but he brought himself into that role in a way that I think very clearly comes out in that swimming scene.”Barry Jenkins and James Laxton at the 2017 Independent Spirit Awards. (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Im

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