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Shenyi startet für das LCS Academy -Team der TSM, während MIA mit dem Hauptlisten ausübt

Bis zum Beginn des Summer Split von 2022 LCS bleibt nur noch eine Woche bestehen, aber TSM bestätigte heute, dass es seine Legends-Liste noch nicht vollständig herausgefunden hat.

In einem Beitrag zu Twitter enthüllte TSM, dass der 20-jährige Prospekt Wei „Shenyi Zi-Jie für das Academy-Team der Organisation beginnen wird, während die jüngste Übernahme von Choi „Mia Sang-In mit dem Haupt-LCS praktizieren wird Dienstplan und in Scrims konkurrieren.

MIA hat laut Aussage in TSMs Akademiespielen und in Scrims zusammen mit seinen eigenen Spielen der einzelnen Champions-Warteschlangen eine gute Leistung erzielt. Infolgedessen hat er sich die Chance eingebracht, mit Spielern wie Veteran Top Laner Huni, LCS MVP Jungler Spica, NA-Resident Ad Carry Tactical und der jüngsten Star-Akquisition des Teams, Maple, mit dem Hauptkader zu spielen.

Die Organistin sagte, der Kader für das LCS Summer Split Eröffnungswochenende sei noch nicht eingesperrt worden, und es ist ein „Tag für Tag. Es wird jedoch alles darauf zurückzuführen, wie gut die Spieler an ihre Umgebungen anpassen können und wie viel Verbesserung sie vom Ende des Frühlings bis jetzt gezeigt haben.

Dieses Jahr war eine grobe Reise für TSM, nachdem sich das Team für einen experimentellen Dienstplan mit zwei jungen Spielern aus der chinesischen Entwicklungsliga, der LDL, entschieden hat. Unglücklicherweise verhinderte für TSM-Fans, dass der Mangel an Erfahrung und Kohäsion den Dienstplan viel Erfolg hatte, zusammen mit einigen Problemen hinter den Kulissen, die das Trainerteam bei zwei getrennten Anlässen sowohl Shenyi als auch Keaiduo in den Kader in die Akademie versetzten.

Verwandte: TSM verlegt Shenyi zum Hauptlisten-Kader und Keaiduo zum Akademie-Team für Woche 5 von 2022 Spring Split

Letzte Trennung endete mit der schlechtesten Platzierung in der Geschichte der Organisation und endete mit einem abgründigen 5-13-Rekord. Nach einer so enttäuschenden Saison hoffen TSM-Fans, dass ein erfahrener Mid Laner das Team bald zu grüneren Weiden führen kann.

Fangen Sie TSM in Aktion, als der Summer Split 2022 am Freitag, den 17. Juni, beginnt.

Die besten Pixar-Filme auf Disney + (April 2022)

Since Disney partnered with Pixar in 1996 to create Toy Story, computer animation has taken the world by storm and Pixar has grown into a storytelling powerhouse. Pixar movies are some of the most heralded and anticipated every single year, and thanks to the advent of Disney+, it’s easier than ever to view the entire library. This month, it gets a little better with the newest Pixar release, Turning Red, heading straight to Disney+ the same time it hits theaters. Frankly, all Pixar movies are worth your time, but if you’re just looking for a little inspiration, these are some of the best of the best Pixar films currently streaming on Disney+.

Looking for more to watch on Disney+? We’ve got regularly updated roundups for you, includingwhat’s new on Disney+, the best movies on Disney+, and the best shows on Disney+.

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  • Turning Red

pg 2022

  • Monster AG.

g 2001

  • Ratatouille

g 2007

  • Luca

pg 2021

Turning Red (2022) new

Anhänger

pg 99m

Genre Animation, Family, Comedy, Fantasy

Stars Rosalie Chiang, Sandra Oh, Jordan Fisher

Directed by Domee Shi

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Pixar’s first 2022 release Turning Red follows Mei Lee, a confident, dorky 13-year-old girl who works hard to be the perfect daughter, friend, and student. But when she starts to enter puberty, a family quirk reveals itself: Every time she feels a strong emotion, she turns into a giant red panda. Now, in addition to navigating life as a teenager, she also has to navigate life as a red panda.

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Monsters, Inc. (2001) new

79 %

8.1/10

g 92m

Genre Animation, Comedy, Family

Stars John Goodman, Billy Crystal, Mary Gibbs

Directed by Pete Docter

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At Monsters Incorporated, the monster world’s largest scare factory, James P. Sullivan (John Goodman) rules the roost as the top scarer around. His best friend and scare assistant Mike Wazowski (Billy Crystal) helps him stay on top of his game. But when Sully accidentally brings a human girl back from the human world, his entire reputation is at stake. Not only are humans extremely dirty and toxic, but they’re also expressly forbidden from seeing the monster world. Now, Sully and Mike must get the baby back without getting caught — all while stumbling dangerously close to a far-reaching conspiracy.

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Ratatouille (2007) new

96 %

8.0/10

g 111m

Genre Animation, Comedy, Family, Fantasy

Stars Patton Oswalt, Ian Holm, Lou Romano

Directed by Brad Bird

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In most cases, a rat in the kitchen would be a nightmare. In Remy’s (Patton Oswalt) case, it’s a dream. Both for himself — a rat with an extremely sophisticated palate — and for the patrons at one of Paris’ finest (but faltering) restaurants. Remy finds an opportunity to reach his culinary dreams when he stumbles into the restaurant’s kitchen, fixing a soup, but gets caught by young human custodian Linguini in the process. To Linguini’s shock, the customers love the soup, and the staff quickly dub him a prodigy. Needing the job, Linguini forms a partnership with Remy to help the rat create extraordinary food and revitalize the restaurant’s image in Paris.

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Luca (2021) new

71 %

7.5/10

pg 95m

Genre Animation, Comedy, Family, Fantasy

Stars Jacob Tremblay, Jack Dylan Grazer, Emma Berman

Directed by Enrico Casarosa

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watch on Disney+

Pixar’s newest release went directly to Disney+. Set in a beautiful seaside town on the Italian Riviera, two worlds exist in constant fear of one another: The town above the sea and the town below the sea. But there will always be trailblazers, and when young Luca, who has always dreamt of seeing the surface, follows Alberto, a fellow “sea monster,” out of the water, he finds that the air magically turns them both into regular surface-dwelling humans. Unfortunately, if they get wet, they revert to their below-sea form. On land, the two boys team up with a surface girl to help her win a race in which the grand prize is a Vespa scooter, the perfect thing to take the boys away from their upsetting home lives. Luca is gorgeously animated, of course, and it’s a delightful coming-of-age tale. The clear romantic undertones between the two boys also mark a step — albeit a small one — toward greater inclusion in the Pixar world.

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Soul (2020)

83 %

8.1/10

101m

Genre Animation, Comedy, Fantasy, Family

Stars Jamie Foxx, Tina Fey, Graham Norton

Directed by Pete Docter

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Jamie Foxx voices Joe Gardner, a middle school band teacher whose jazz career never quite took off. But when one of his former students calls him with an opportunity to play a gig with the renowned Dorothea Williams Quartet, he thinks his life is about to finally change. Unfortunately, in his excitement, he falls into a manhole and is shipped off to The Great Beyond. Unwilling to give up his shot, Joe panics, finding himself instead in The Great Before, where he meets an intransigent soul named 22 who has refused for millennia to go to Earth. They strike a deal in which Joe will help 22 finally earn the Earth Pass, which he’ll use as his ticket back to his body.

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Toy Story (1995)

95 %

8.3/10

g 81m

Genre Animation, Adventure, Family, Comedy

Stars Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Don Rickles

Directed by John Lasseter

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The one that started it all! It’s not just the original Pixar film, however; it’s the first entirely computer-animated film in history. But Toy Story was groundbreaking when it released in 1995 not just because of the animation but due to its surprising depth and heart that hadn’t really been seen in an ostensibly children’s movie before. It’s a film for the kid in everyone, that believes that imagination and childhood are the ultimate gifts. Through Woody, Buzz, Mr. Potato Head, Rex, and the rest of the toys in Andy’s bedroom, we see a magical world that delightfully mirrors our own but refuses to grow up. Adults, frankly, may learn more from this film than children do. It’s rare in life that your first attempt at something is your best work, but considering Toy Story has spawned three sequels, it feels safe to say this is one of the most successful and enduring film franchises on the planet.

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Onward (2020)

61 %

7.4/10

pg 103m

Genre Family, Animation, Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy

Stars Tom Holland, Chris Pratt, Julia Louis-Dreyfus

Directed by Dan Scanlon

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Onward takes place in a fairy tale world that looks a whole lot like modern-day Los Angeles. You see, the world was once full of magic, but magic was tough to master. When technology made things more convenient, magic all but disappeared from the world. Now, there are trash-eating unicorns on every block and once-powerful creatures like the Manticore operate kitschy family restaurants. But when two teenage boys are given a magical staff by their late father, they perform a magical spell to bring their dad back for one day. Unfortunately, the spell goes wrong and they only bring back his lower half. Now, they must set out on a quest to complete the spell lest they waste their one day with their father. The journey is filled with cryptic maps, impossible obstacles, unimaginable discoveries, and, as you might expect, plenty of magic.

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Finding Nemo (2003)

90 %

8.1/10

g 100m

Genre Animation, Family

Stars Albert Brooks, Ellen DeGeneres, Alexander Gould

Directed by Andrew Stanton

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With a cast led by comedians Albert Brooks and Ellen Degeneres, Finding Nemo is one of the most transparently comedic movies in the Pixar repertoire. However, it’s also one of the more socially conscious films as well, with a subtle message of conservation enduring throughout clownfish Marlin’s (Brooks) epic search across the ocean to find his lost son, Nemo. As Pixar’s first film set beneath the sea, the visuals in this one are breathtaking and remind us not just of the ocean’s beauty but of its essential nature to the planet. Plus, with characters like the absent-minded Dory, surfer bro sea turtles, and vegetarian sharks, the trip to P. Sherman 42 Wallaby Way Sydney is a load of fun.

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Up (2009)

88 %

8.2/10

pg 96m

Genre Animation, Comedy, Family, Adventure

Stars Ed Asner, Christopher Plummer, Jordan Nagai

Directed by Pete Docter

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Perhaps Up ‘s greatest claim to fame is how fast it makes you start crying your eyes out. With one of the most touching, heart-wrenching, tidy opening scenes of any film, Up takes you through the entire lifecycle of a relationship and establishes the character dynamics and narrative fuel that will power the entire film in about five minutes. It’s a rare film that starts you in tears and uplifts you throughout the rest of the story. Literally, as it happens, as the story follows an elderly gentleman who attaches enough balloons to his home to fly away to the paradise he never managed to visit with his wife while she was alive. There are laughs aplenty, too, but Up is one of the tear-jerking films in the Pixar repertoire for both sad and joyous reasons.

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WALL·E (2008)

95 %

8.4/10

g 98m

Genre Animation, Family, Science Fiction

Stars Ben Burtt, Elissa Knight, Jeff Garlin

Directed by Andrew Stanton

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WALL-E appeals to a range of people, from imaginative kids to science-fiction buffs. While Finding Nemo ‘s conservation is more subtle, WALL-E overtly warns of the dangers of mass consumption and mindfully critiques our past and present. While it may not be one to watch at the holidays with a bipartisan family, this anti-corporate, pro-environment film is a satirical look at global greed and gluttony, one that poses provocative questions about humanity’s relationship with technology. It’s a thoughtful movie about what it means to be human, starring an out-of-date robot and its next-gen companion. Naturally, it’s one of Pixar’s finest explorations of humanity.

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The Incredibles (2004)

90 %

8.0/10

pg 115m

Genre Action, Adventure, Animation, Family

Stars Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter, Samuel L. Jackson

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Directed by Brad Bird

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The Incredibles didn’t precede superhero movies by any means, but it did take on the superhero genre well before the mass expansion of the Marvel and DC cinematic universes. Unencumbered by backstory, tropes, or rules, The Incredibles came at superhero movies with a fresh eye by centering the story on an entire superpowered family. You think your family is dysfunctional, try giving superpowers to everyone and asking the kids to figure out how to use them while a supervillain embarks on a vendetta to destroy you all. The problem is, superheroes are not legally allowed to operate in the open after harsh national legislation. With a fun mix of adventure, humor, and an exploration of justice and the meaning of family, The Incredibles has more depth than the average superhero movie without sacrificing any of the action.

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Coco (2017)

81 %

8.4/10

pg 105m

Genre Family, Animation, Fantasy, Music, Comedy, Adventure

Stars Anthony Gonzalez, Gael García Bernal, Benjamin Bratt

Directed by Lee Unkrich

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Pixar has never shied away from incorporating diverse cultures, viewpoints, and worlds into its universe and, by centering around Dia de Los Muertos, Coco is one of the most visually stunning feats in the entire Pixar collection. This lush, colorful fantasy follows a little boy, Coco, on a magical journey into the afterlife as he uncovers secrets and discovers a deeper connection to his family, his heritage, and his own future. One of the most musical of the Pixar films, Coco makes you want to sing, dance, and revel in the excitement, right up until it starts strumming chords on your heartstrings.

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Inside Out (2015)

94 %

8.1/10

pg 95m

Genre Animation, Family, Adventure, Drama, Comedy

Stars Amy Poehler, Phyllis Smith, Bill Hader

Directed by Pete Docter

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When you’re a kid, you’ve got big feelings. It just so happens that those feelings have big feelings too, as Inside Out so deftly explains. While it’s admittedly a bit high concept for kids, Inside Out does a remarkable job of illustrating the inner emotional turmoil of Riley, a happy Midwestern girl whose life is turned upside down when her parents up and move her to San Francisco. Riley’s emotions — led by Joy (Amy Poehler) — attempt to guide her through this life-changing event, but it’s proving much more difficult than expected. Sadness (Phyllis Smith) keeps taking the wheel, much to Joy’s frustration. But when Joy and Sadness are inadvertently swept away into the back of Riley’s mind, Anger, Fear, and Disgust are the only emotions left in Headquarters.

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