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SEASON 2 DELIVERS SOME WELCOME CHARACTER DEVELOPMENTUrban’s Butcher, so single-minded and reductive in season one, finally gets to start digging into some ambiguities with his grizzled antihero, teasing out the guy’s darker side while finding ways to reveal some weaknesses. — Alex McLevy, The AV ClubJack Quaid and Erin Moriarty are the heart of the show as Hughie Campbell and Annie January (aka Starlight), two characters yet to have their moral compasses bashed entirely out of alignment. That said, both have been forced to evolve in order to survive their toxic surroundings, pushing them in interesting new directions. — David Craig, Radio TimesKripke expands The Female s story with some new elements that we won t go into too much detail on here for fear of spoilers. But Fukuhara s emotive expressions and body language effectively communicate the nuanced emotions she s feeling throughout. Her friendship with Frenchie continues to develop and is one of the more tender-hearted relationships in this otherwise-cynical take on superheroes. — David Griffith, IGNBut Homelander (Antony Starr) has more important things on his sociopathic mind. Now that he knows he has a son, he can’t wait to provide the kid with the father figure he never had, and his simmering, unpredictable bouts of ultra-violence have never been so pronounced when faced with his own failures in the family department. — Jon Negroni, The SpoolTHE PRODUCTION VALUE AND SPECIAL EFFECTS GET AN EPIC UPGRADEThe action scenes are tight, smart, and surprising, there are delightful moments of dialogue that deliver both character, humor, and heart, and there are world details so skillfully embedded into the backgrounds of certain scenes that they almost at times serve as spoilers. — Liz Shannon-Miller, ColliderWith so much hype surrounding this second batch of episodes, we re sure you ll be glad to know that it doesn t just live up to what came before, but exceeds it with a bigger, crazier, and more violent season. — Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comAYA CASH INJECTS EXCITEMENT AND DANGER AS SUPERHERO NEWCOMER STORMFRONTAya Cash s Stormfront has all of the edgy humour and some of the best jokes of the season. — Brian Lloyd, entertainment.ieSeason 2 introduces a new member of The Seven named Stormfront (Aya Cash), a social-media savvy supe who pokes fun at the stiff and overly-produced nature of her colleagues and infuriates Homelander with the way she so easily pulls the spotlight away from him. — Hannah Lodge, Screen RexShe s the livewire that creates chaos wherever she goes, and that chaos is a big reason why the season works so well as a whole. Trust me, you ll hate her plenty by season s end, and I couldn t envision the season working so well without her. — Matthew Aguilar, Comic BookFINAL THOUGHTS?With a higher budget, they’ve polished the special effects that were glossed over in the first season, the romance between some of the characters has improved strongly, and the villains are still, well, super. Here’s hoping The Boys really will return in Season 3. — Jon Negroni, The SpoolIf the rest of Season 2 stays on the same path as the first three episodes, it s going to prove the perfect commentary for the tense times in which we live. — Michael Rougeau, GameSpotRude, crude and ultra-violent; The Boys are back with another hugely diabolical but enjoyable outing! — Nicola Austin, We Have a Hulk亚博YABO首页(Photo by Karwai Tang/WireImage)Laura Carmichael is experiencing something of a streaming Renaissance. The new Peacock service now offers every season of Downton Abbey and the series companion movie. You ll find her in the first season of The Spanish Princess, in which she plays Maggie Pole in the court of Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon, on the Starz site, on demand, in the app, and on partner sites. And today, her new show The Secrets She Keeps launches on SundanceNow.The series is the tale of two women: Agatha (Carmichael), who is eight months pregnant and working at a grocery store to make ends meet, while Meghan (Jessica De Gouw) is pregnant with her third child, this one unplanned and causing tension in her marriage. Agatha is only just informing naval officer Hayden (Michael Sheasby) that he’s the father and is taking an overzealous interest in Meghan.Carmichael, who recently wrapped a second season of The Spanish Princess, shared her pandemic-influenced TV viewing with Rotten Tomatoes and discussed all three series.WHAT IS APPOINTMENT TELEVISION FOR YOU?(Photo by HBO)I have been watching I May Destroy You as it comes out pretty religiously. So the finale was last night in the U.K. — I just devoured it and looked forward to Mondays when we get another installment, another fix. It’s phenomenal and game-changing work.WHAT IS ON YOUR DVR?(Photo by HBO)Nightly at the moment we’re watching The Sopranos and have been working our way through. That’s been a real treat of lockdown and we’re sort of savoring them now as we’re coming to the end of the show, but it’s been a real treat  I had never seen it before so it’s a real thrill.WHAT IS IN YOUR STREAMING QUEUE?(Photo by VH1)I am a religious watcher of RuPaul’s Drag Race. That show comes out on Saturdays for us. It airs in the U.S. on Fridays, but that’s another, tracking that down immediately. I really enjoyed Shrill. That’s a good one. I loved it. I thought it was so smart and funny, and I thought the casting was just great.WHAT’S COMING SOON THAT YOU CAN’T WAIT FOR?(Photo by HBO)I hear that Larry David’s been making some more Curb. I’m not sure how true that is or if they’re just announcing it. I live for Larry David, so very much looking forward to more of that, please.(Photo by SundanceNow)Fred Topel for Rotten Tomatoes: About The Secrets She Keeps, did you go to some dark places to portray Agatha’s stalker behavior?As the episodes go on, you learn more and more about her backstory, which is incredibly dark and painful. So yeah, it was a real kind of playing detective with her life really and building up the layers so that it doesn’t just feel like she’s not just creepy. It comes from this truthful pain that leads her to do quite outrageous and heartbreaking things.The more you learned about how Agatha suffered, did it give you more empathy for her?That’s it. It does feel like she has the most extraordinary, painful life in such a short time. It gives you a lot to build on and I think the way I saw that was that it’s another thing on top of another thing. It leads her to be so volatile that she’s kind of a coiled spring, one more thing on top of the other that any minute she could go nuts. That was my feeling with her and how that led her to do something so drastic and so awful.(Photo by SundanceNow)We see some of her relationships too. Do you think all of the abuse she’s endured makes it hard for her to accept love?I think that’s right. I think there’s definitely a moment with Hayden where she panics and goes, “Oh my God, is this even what I want?” She is surrounding herself in a lot of lies so it’s a real web that she’s in. I think that she would find it difficult to be in any functioning relationship.How much of this did you know about Agatha going into the series?So I had the book which was a great help. I had, I think, most of the scripts going in, so we knew where we would be headed. So that was a combination of just research and piecing together things. I had a good basis going in, which I think you need with something that jumps around a lot.(Photo by SundanceNow)Was this a really intense step into darkness after Downton Abbey or were there more parallels than we might imagine?It’s different from a lot of things I’ve done. I’ve done a bit of crime thriller before with Marcella, but this is definitely the most intense. It had to be that way, I guess, because of the nature of the part. Yeah, it was really different from the world of Downton certainly.Did you have to do your video seduction scene to a blank screen so they could add the video of your partner in later?We had all sorts of things, because it’s a complicated setup having a laptop and then there are times when you need to have a camera. So we had all sorts of interesting versions of it where we could see each other or not see each other. We were both involved in all of the takes, so it was never nothing, but yeah, it was odd.When you’re working on something as intense as The Secrets She Keeps, are you able to leave it on set?There’s a bit of a mixture. It’s a funny thing being far away, the other side of the world to where I normally live, and doing something so intense. I did feel at times kind of raw, but I was lucky I was able to check it and come home and relax and thankfully, be surrounded by a really warm and friendly cast and crew that got me out of my head a bit.(Photo by © Focus Features /courtesy Everett Collection)What are your hopes for people who now have access to all of Downton Abbey on Peacock, whether they’re revisiting it or watching it for the first time?I hope it’s an enjoyable watch. I feel like it’s great viewing for times like this when you’ve got time to binge it and just relax into it. It’s a really warm hug of a show. It’s a really relaxing thing to watch. I hope people who are coming to it anew get that same feeling.Was it heartwarming for you that Lady Edith became such a sympathetic character for audiences?Absolutely. I felt very lucky the arc that she went on. I loved that she went from not being people’s favorite to being a good one in their eyes.Are you hoping to do a movie sequel?There are rumors of it, which is thrilling because it wasn’t the idea of it. So we’ll just have to see what Julian [Fellowes] comes out with and hope that he’s been busy during lockdown.(Photo by Starz)What can we expect from season 2 of The Spanish Princess?It’s carrying on into their marriage now. Series 1 ended with the marriage, and we see how Henry and Catherine do as newlyweds and further into their marriage. It’s a fascinating unraveling of what we know is a doomed romance really. For my character, she’s restored to her wealth and titles, but there’s still tension within the court. It’s a fresh court and a lot of characters died in the last series, so there’s lots of fresh faces and shuffling of positions. It really sees Henry becomes the king we recognize as Henry VIII, where he is a bit of the philanderer and the drinker, leaving behind the young romantic we got to know in the first series.The Secrets She Keeps premieres July 16 on SundanceNow.

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Colman Domingo as William Burke in Candyman. (Photo by Parrish Lewis / Universal Studios and MGM Pictures)For anyone glued to prestige TV and acclaimed indie and Oscar-hopeful cinema in the last few years, it would seem that Philly-born Colman Domingo has been everywhere. There he was as a thoughtful father in Barry Jenkins’ If Beale Street Could Talk and as the even-keeled bandleader in Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom; there he was, too, dodging Walkers in Fear the Walking Dead and impressing in meaty roles on The Knick and Euphoria — the diner-set special “Trouble Don t Last Always” is still breaking hearts. If you hadn t seen his earlier work, marked by the kind of standout smaller roles that get major filmmakers calling, it was as if one of the most exciting new talents of his generation had come out of nowhere. Of course, that wasn’t the story for the man himself. “I feel like I’m a turtle,” Domingo says. “I ve been on the slow crawl, just working, and being there and always doing something outside the box for myself. It s been slow and steady, to be honest, it hasn t been a sudden overnight sensation.” The patient Domingo continues to explode in 2021, reaching new levels of acclaim and notoriety with two of his most interesting and challenging roles to date: In June, he explored new and villainous terrain, portraying a violent, code-switching pimp in Janicza Bravo’s off-the-wall road trip dramedy, Zola; this month, he delivers yet another invigorating multidimensional performance in director Nia DaCosta s socially conscious slasher film, Candyman. With both characters he hopes to further show not just the breadth of his range but the depth of his work. “If you see me in Beale Street, yes, it s probably a bit more in alignment to the Colman that they know in some way, Domingo says. But if you see Zola and Candyman, you know that s not the truth. You can actually see the craftsmanship.” The crawl began, as it does for many of Domingo s caliber, in the theater where he wrote, directed, and acted, breaking out in the Tony-winning rock musical Passing Strange in the late 2000s and eventually winning the Tony for Best Featured Actor in a Musical for The Scottsboro Boys. A slew of TV and film work followed, with an enviable roster of major award-winning directors drawn to him like a magnet: Steven Spielberg (Lincoln), Steven Soderbergh (The Knick), Ava DuVernay (Selma), George C. Wolfe (Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom), and Jenkins among them. He believes there’s an element those creators have in common: kindness. “It s a spirit of true collaboration,” Domingo says, people who want you to be in the room to help elevate this thing that’s on the page.” A queer Black man, the actor balances portraying gay men on shows like The Big Gay Sketch Show against men who are coded straight: Civil Rights activist Reverend Ralph Abernathy in Selma, a swinging bandleader in Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, an empathetic father If Beale Street Could Talk — calm, guiding forces. That diversity has always been intentional. “I believe I can do horror, do musicals and plays and leading men and character roles because I decided that, he says. “I don t let the industry tell me what I can do. I ve always been a proponent of creating my own opportunities.” Domingo in Barry Jenkins If Beale Street Could Talk. (Photo by © Annapurna Pictures / Courtesy Everett Collection)His two big 2021 releases – both of which were originally scheduled for 2020 but delayed due to the pandemic – show Domingo’s capacity to subvert audience expectations. Consider his turn as X, a vicious pimp and sex trafficker in the comedy-nightmare road movie, Zola, based on the viral 2015 Twitter thread by A’ziah King (a.k.a. “Zola”). “When Janicza offered me that role, I had just come off of Beale Street and I thought: Well, what has she seen in my repertoire that would make her think that I could play this role?,” he recalls. “A lot of times [people] try to put you in the boxes of what you are known for. They want you to regurgitate another version of that. But Janicza and Nia DaCosta both knew that there was so much more to me than that.”The actor known for a reserved, smoky-voiced paternalism relished playing the ostentatious X. He built the character from the ground up, using King’s 148 tweets as inspiration, while adding his own embellishments, such as X’s flashy clothes and lone hazel contact lens, an idea he got from seeing a Nigerian-American sporting the look in New York City. “Everything about X was a little too much: His idea of wealth; his idea of having agency in the world, Domingo says. Everything was a show, from the crocodile shoes to the Versace shirts. I did a lot of research on pimp and pimp culture, whether reading biographies or having conversations with people in the sex industry and finding out about the relationships between pimps and clientele.” Domingo is terrifying in every moment he appears on screen in Zola: He leans on his star persona in early scenes, imbuing X with heaps of charm, only to frighteningly turn – and code-switch to a menacing West Indian accent – during the film’s caustic second half. Yet even after watching that performance, his casting as the enigmatic William Burke in Candyman might have still come as a shock for some audiences. Especially if you know his history with the genre.Domingo as pimp and sex trafficker X in Zola. (Photo by © A24 / courtesy Everett Collection)“The first horror film I watched was Carrie when I was eight years old,” Domingo says. “My brother would take me to see Bruce Lee movies. My sister would take me to see horror. I didn t like either one. I probably would be happier seeing Bambi, which is a terrifying movie, too.” The Brian De Palma film’s ending – that infamous hand shooting up from the grave – never left him. “From then on, when I walked past the movie theater on the way to school, there was a big poster of Carrie. It was half bloody and gory and the other half was beauty at the prom. It terrified me from going to dances and proms.”Nevertheless, it feels as though Domingo was born to be in 2021’s Candyman. In relation to Bernard Rose’s 1992 film, the first in the series, this iteration takes place in the area where Chicago’s Cabrini-Green housing projects once stood. Domingo’s Burke owns a retro laundromat and is one of the last residents of the storied development. The real Black folks who once populated Cabrini-Green, which was located in the shadow of downtown’s glittering skyscrapers, are now gone; by 2011 the towering apartment complexes that once dotted the torn landscape were demolished, making way for new luxe townhouses. All that remains are haunting row houses. Burke is a mysterious figure bearing deep emotional scars, and Domingo relied on real-life experiences to play him. “I m from inner-city Philadelphia, West Philly,” he says. “I know these people. These people are me. I know exactly what their dreams, their aspirations, their struggles, their fears are. I just tapped into that.”Candyman co-star Yahya Abdul-Mateen II walks among the row houses. (Photo by Parrish Lewis / Universal Studios and MGM Pictures)He also drew on the same techniques he used in Zola. “For Candyman, it was very important for me to build this everyman who was singular in his experience, holding together this Black trauma in this neighborhood,” Domingo sa

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Wes Craven and Kevin Williamson’s genre-bending horror franchise is getting new life with new directors, and we ve finally got a trailer for it.Sidney Prescott herself, Neve Campbell, will be returning to the series – and is looking forward to it. David Arquette, aka Dewey Riley, is also returning, along with co-star and ex-wife Courteney Cox, who will reprise her role as Gale Weathers. On the film s official Instagram account (@screammovies), Paramount revealed the film s official title (Scream), release date (January 14, 2022), and a couple of new photos, including a title treatment, and on October 12, 2021, the studio finally released the first trailer for the film, which appears to double down on the terror. Read on for all the full details.[Updated on 10/12/21]The Old Faves: Neve Campbell is Officially Back, along with Courteney Cox and David Arquette(Photo by Phil Bray/©Dimension Films courtesy Everett Collection)We can now officially look forward to the return of Sidney Prescott in Scream 5.In a Five Favorite Films interview with Rotten Tomatoes tied to her newest project, Canadian drama Castle in the Ground, Neve Campbell revealed she was in discussions about the new film.“We’re having conversations – I have been approached about it,” she told Rotten Tomatoes. “The timing’s a bit challenging because of COVID. You know, we only started the conversation maybe a month and a half ago, so it’s going to take some time to figure out how it’s all going to work out…. We’re negotiating, so we’ll see.”It seems she had faith in filmmakers Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett, whose most recent film was the Certified Fresh Ready or Not.“The two directors wrote me a very touching letter about Wes Craven and how he was such an inspiration to them and how they really want to honor him, and that meant a great, great deal to me. So we’ll see. Hopefully we can all see eye to eye on the project and find a way to make it.”Campbell added: I’m so grateful for these films… I love Sidney Prescott. It’s always fun for me to step back in her shoes, and it’s always fun for me to see the cast come back and make one of these films again and try to make another good one.”Then, on September 10, Spyglass and Paramount Pictures officially announced that Campbell would be returning as Sidney, removing all doubt and ending the speculation.All of this comes after Deadline recently reported that Courteney Cox would reprise her role as news reporter Gale Weathers in Scream 5, which will mark her fifth time playing the fan-favorite character. Cox shared an Instagram post which confirmed the news.Directing duo Radio silence – more on them in a bit – said in a statement: “We can’t imagine Scream without the iconic Gale Weathers and are so incredibly thrilled and humbled to have the opportunity to work with Courteney. We’re absolute mega fans of her work and we’re so excited to join her in the next chapter of the Scream saga!”The Hollywood Reporter also reported that David Arquette – who met, fell in love with, married, and ultimately separated from Cox during their time working on the series – is returning to the series as Dewey Riley, the Woodboro Sheriff who has taken a beating – and more than a few stabbings – throughout the franchise. “I am thrilled to be playing Dewey again and to reunite with my Scream family, old and new,” Areuqtte told THR.  Scream has been such a big part of my life, and for both the fans and myself, I look forward to honoring Wes Craven’s legacy.”The New Kids: Related to the Original Killers(Photo by Beth Dubber / ©Netflix, Panagiotis Pantazidis / ©Amazon, Kat Marcinowski / ©Starz )While we were all busy wondering which old favorites would be returning, the project announced its first batch of new faces, which will include Jack Quaid from Amazon s superhero smash, The Boys. The announcement came a week or so after it was announced that Jenna Ortega, who starred in the second season of Netflix s stalker series, You, and Melissa Barrera, who stars in Vida and the film adaptation of In the Heights, had also joined the cast. According to the new trailer, it seems all the new characters are somehow related to the original killers, indicating they are connected to Skeet Ulrich s Billy Loomis and Matthew Lillard s Stu Macher from 1996 s Scream. Exactly how and why they re being targeted remains to be seen.It Has a Release DateIt was announced the movie will hit theaters on January 14, 2022.AND THE REST OF WHAT WE KNOW  The feverish anticipation for the new Scream movie is a whole different story than the level of buzz – or lack thereof – that surrounded the original film almost 20 years ago.When Dimension Films announced its intention to release the original Scream in December 1996, critics declared the movie D.O.A. After all, who releases a horror movie during Christmas? But Dimension knew there were a lot of angsty teens looking for something – anything to serve as an antidote to mistletoe and carols, and the simple question “Do you like scary movies?” ended up receiving a resounding “Yes!” Ever since it stalled out with 2011’s Scream 4, there have been rumors of the cult franchise’s return.It is finally coming to fruition, so here’s what we know about the potential return of Ghostface.Wes Craven’s Baby Is in Good – and Intriguing – Hands(Photo by Eric Zachanowich / TM & copyright © Fox Searchlight Pictures)Horror icon Craven directed all four of the original Scream films, but sadly the legendary creator of A Nightmare on Elm Street and The People Under the Stairs passed away in 2015. It’s been announced, however, that the Scream baton is being handed to Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett, the co-directors of 2019’s Ready or Not. That movie was inventive, brutal, and satirically razor-sharp – in other words, Bettinelli-Olpin and Gillett seem like a pretty solid pick to breathe new life into this franchise.The duo, known as Radio Silence, released a statement saying: “It’s impossible to fully express how much Wes Craven’s work and the Scream movies in particular mean to us as fans and have influenced us as storytellers. Kevin Williamson’s incredible stories have entertained and inspired us for decades and we’re insanely honored to have the opportunity to be a part of the cinematic world Wes and Kevin so brilliantly created together. Jamie and Guy’s amazing script does that legacy justice and we’re so excited to bring the next chapter of Scream to life. The Jamie and Guy they re referring to are writers James Vanderbilt (Murder Mystery, Zodiac) and Guy Busick, who co-wrote Ready Or Not. If you re wondering whether original Scream scribe Kevin Williamson is involved in the project scroll down.Yes, Scream 5 and Scream 6 Were Already Planned(Photo by Gemma La Mana/Dimension Films courtesy Everett Collection)While promoting Scream 4 in 2011, both Craven and screenwriter Kevin Williamson confirmed that they had 5 and 6 waiting in the wings, should the latest one be another hit. No plot details for either of them were ever revealed, but it was hinted that they would be the start of a new trilogy based around the survivors of part 4. After 4 did middling business at the box office (it only grossed .2 million in the U.S.), the enthusiasm for another film died out.Kevin Williamson Is Back(Photo by @screammovies/Instagram)Although he is not listed as writer on the new project as of now, Kevin Williamson has been confirmed to be back onboard at least in an executive producer role. That may turn out to be an honorary credit based on his having written all of the other Scream films and having been – alongside Craven – the driving creative force behind them, but it could also mean he’ll have a more hands-on role. It’s still unclear, but we’re pretty sure Bettinelli-Olpin and Gillett’s Ready or Not writers Guy Busick and R. Christopher Murphy would love a stab (sorry) at writing it.Spyglass Loves a Good RevivalThe rights to the Scream franchise rest with the newly reminted Spyglass Media Group, which is itself a comeback story. Originally founded as Spyglass Entertainment in 1998, the production firm came out swinging with its first film – the pop culture phenomenon The Sixth Sense. It bounced between distribution deals with several studios before fizzling out in 2010, when founders Gary Barber and Roger Birnbaum became co-chairmen and CEOs of MGM Holdings. The company reformed in 2019 and announced that its first project would be a remake of the horror classic Hellraiser. They clearly have a “type” and aren’t afraid to retool fan favorites, which gives credence to the idea that the new Scream may be a fresh start.Scream Never Really Went Away(Photo by MTV courtesy Everett Collection)Although the last film was released in 2011, the Scream legacy actually continued on in the form of an anthology TV series produced by Dimension Television and MTV. Taking place in the fictional town of Lakewood (not the films’ primary setting, which was the fictional town of Woodsboro), the series featured all new characters and aired on MTV and VH1 from 2015 until 2019. There was also a web series called Scream: If I Die that was released in 2016 and featured video confessionals from some of the characters from the series. If the new movie does continue the franchise directly, it’s unclear (but doubtful) that elements from the TV series would come into play.It Can’t Take on Slasher Tropes Again, Can It?(Photo by Dimension Films courtesy Everett Collection)By the time the original Scream came out, horror films of the late 80s and early 90s were mired in a loop of increasingly ridiculous cheeseball sequels featuring predictably unstoppable killers and blood-soaked Z-list actors. Scream breathed new life into horror by being self-referential and self-aware. It cleverly mocked horror movie clichés while also indulging in them. Whether it’s a remake or a reboot, the new Scream enters a world in which horror occupies a much different place than it did in 1996. With big time talents like Jordan Peele (Get Out, Us), Robert Eggers (The Lighthouse, The Witch), Jennifer Kent (The Babadook, The Nightingale), Ari Aster (Midsommar, Hereditary), and Julia Docournau (Raw) bringing horror into art houses and the Oscars, it’s a much more difficult target for satire than Jason Takes Manhattan. The rules have changed, and it’ll be interesting to see if Scream can adapt or if it will once again try and revisit the slasher.Scream releases in theaters on January 14, 2022.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
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It s November, which means we re about to be bombarded with awards season contenders, and this year, we ve got an embarrassment of riches on the release calendar. We ve got a Mr. Rogers biopic starring Tom Hanks (A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood), a sequel to a wildly popular Disney film (Frozen II), a historical drama starring Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones (The Aeronauts), a crime thriller written by Lena Waithe with Daniel Kaluuya (Queen Slim), an acclaimed festival darling written by and starring Shia LaBeouf (Honey Boy), just to name a few. And guess what? Not a single one of those made it into our top five most anticipated movies of November. Read on to see what Rotten Tomatoes users and our fans on social media are looking forward to this month.1. Doctor Sleep (2019) 78%2,245 Want-to-See Votes#1 pick by our Facebook and Twitter fans, #3 pick by our Instagram fansOpens November 8Given the popularity of Stephen King adaptations and the iconic nature of The Shining, it shouldn t be too shocking to see Doctor Sleep at the top of our list this week. But with so much good stuff coming out in November, we have to admit it s a little bit surprising. Based on the eponymous 2013 novel, the film follows a grown-up Danny Torrance (Ewan McGregor) as he investigates an evil cult responsible for kidnapping children who share his extrasensory gift. Reviews for the film have been positive overall so far, calling the sort-of-sequel a more contemplative type of horror film that nevertheless features plenty of callbacks to The Shining and a few chills of its own.2. The Irishman (2019) 95%1,369 Want-to-See Votes#1 pick by our Instagram fans, #3 pick by our Facebook and Twitter fansOpens November 1 (limited); available to stream November 27 (Netflix)While The Irishman is technically getting a limited theatrical release, most folks will have to wait until the film becomes available on Netflix later in the month. Honestly, that might be for the better, considering its 3.5-hour runtime. Martin Scorsese s epic drama brings together Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, Joe Pesci, and Harvey Keitel to recount the exploits of Frank Sheeran, an enforcer for the Buffalino crime family who may or may not have been partially responsible for the famous disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa in 1975. The announcement of the film came with a big to-do about the computerized de-aging that would be utilized, but those who have seen it say it s not an issue at all, and Scorsese has delivered yet another masterpiece. It s already Certified Fresh, and you can bet a lot of people are going to stream it when it drops on the 27th.3. Knives Out (2019)#2 pick by our Instagram and Twitter fans, #4 pick by our Facebook fansOpens November 27Rian Johnson endured a fair amount of criticism from certain corners of the internet after the release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, but Knives Out is decidedly more within his wheelhouse, and the critics who have seen the film already say it s a return to form for him. Daniel Craig, Chris Evans, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Michael Shannon headline an ensemble cast in this classic whodunit about a peculiar detective is enlisted to unravel the mystery behind the murder of a wealthy crime novelist, who was killed while the whole family was gathered for his 85th birthday. This was the second-most anticipated film for our Instagram and Twitter followers, and it s also already Certified Fresh.4. Terminator: Dark Fate (2019) 70%
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Best-Reviewed Kids Family Movies 2020Parents were desperate to find movies to entertain the stuck-at-home kids in 2020, and Hollywood delivered. Unsurprisingly, Disney+ dominates the top 10 Kids and Family Movies of the last year, with five entries here – among them the inspiring sports drama Safety and chatty-animals flick The One and Only Ivan. But it’s Netflix’s Christmas musical, Jingle Jangle, that comes out on top, with its catchy songs, showstopping numbers, elaborate production design, and heartfelt performances winning over even the Grinchiest of critics.The order of the rank below reflects the Adjusted Score as of February 28, 2021. Scores might change over time.« Previous Category Next Category »

亚博YABO首页 The latest movies, new original series, and other new releases coming to Disney s streaming service this month include a healthy mix of family content that s sure to appeal to viewers of all ages, from animated classics like Tarzan and Schoolhouse Rock! to nature series like Howie Mandel s Animals Doing Things to continuing episodes of the behind-the-scenes docuseries Disney Gallery: Star Wars: The Mandalorian.Plus, there s also 2010 s Percy Jackson the Olympians: The Lightning Thief and the live-action remake of 101 Dalmatians, and last but certainly not least, the world premiere of Artemis Fowl, which makes its way to Disney+ in lieu of a previously scheduled theatrical release.Read on for the full list of titles, starting with a few recommendations to look out for at the top.HIGHLIGHTS

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