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Collider TV Talk: ‘Watchmen’ Series in the Works with Damon Lindelof for HBO

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Al Madrigal on ‘I’m Dying Up Here’ and the High Stakes of Stand-Up Comedy

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From executive producers Jim Carrey, Michael Aguilar and Dave Flebotte, the Showtime series I'm Dying Up Here follows up and coming comedians in Los Angeles in the 1970s, who are mentored by Goldie (Melissa Leo), the comedy club owner who rules over her business and the comedians that perform there with a tough love approach. As these young comedians brave the pain of sharing their innermost thoughts and darkest secrets, hoping for a laugh, we learn about the individuals and emotions behind this group who are just looking to achieve success from following their dream. The ensemble cast also … »

- Christina Radish

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New ‘X-Men: Dark Phoenix’ Behind-the-Scenes Photo Finds the Cast Chillin’ with Justin Trudeau

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There's no doubt in my mind that if the X-Men were real, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau would be one of the politicians fighting the good fight for them. He's the real-life antidote to characters like Senator Kelly. So it's fitting then that Trudeau recently met up with the cast and crew of X-Men: Dark Phoenix, Simon Kinberg's X-Men: Apocalypse sequel which is just rolling into production in Montreal, and in a classic Trudeau move, he somehow manages to out-glow a table full of young and beautiful actors. Along with Kinberg … »

- Haleigh Foutch

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Director Andrew Jay Cohen on ‘The House’ and the Challenges of Editing Comedies

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- Steve 'Frosty' Weintraub

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Movie Talk: Tom Holland Clarifies ‘Venom’s McU Status; ‘Pitch Perfect 3′ Trailer

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- Collider Video

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‘The Conjuring 3′ Is a Go, But Will James Wan Return to Direct?

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In a surprise to exactly no one who's been paying attention to the box office returns and franchise spin-offs, New Line and Warner Bros. are moving forward with The Conjuring 3. Per Deadline, The Conjuring 2 screenwriter David Leslie Johnson has been tapped by the studio to return for the follow-up script. James Wan, who directed the first two films of the franchise, is expected to return as a producer via his Atomic Monster company. However, in a significant shakeup for the horror film universe he helped build, Wan is not expected to direct. There's no … »

- Haleigh Foutch

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‘Star Trek: Discovery’: New Plot Details Emerge, Showrunners Cite Influences

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Star Trek: Discovery is hoping to change things up when it comes to Star Trek on television. As we’ve reported in the past, Discovery will be the first show where the lead character isn’t the highest-ranking officer. Instead, the show will focus on Starfleet First Officer Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green), “who was the first human to attend the Vulcan Science Academy.” Showrunners Aaron Harberts and Gretchen J. Berg explain to EW: “Burnham [has] spent a lot of time on Vulcan, but she’s human,” Harberts says. “Sarek [Spock’s father, played by James Frain] plays an important … »

- Matt Goldberg

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‘Okja': Paul Dano, Lily Collins and Steven Yeun on the Power of Flatulence

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- Brian Formo

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Did You Catch Peter Parker in ‘Iron Man 2’? Tom Holland Confirms the Fan Theory

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Tom Holland may have arrived on the scene as Peter Parker/Spider-Man in last year's Captain America: Civil War but apparently everyone's favorite wall-crawler was living under our very noses in the McU for years before that. During his press rounds for the upcoming release of Spider-Man: Homecoming, in which the newly minted superhero defends New York City from the Vulture (Michael Keaton) and his thugs, Holland inadvertently confirmed a fan theory, one that reaches all the way back to 2010 and Marvel's Iron Man 2. Huffington Post got confirmation from Holland about a … »

- Dave Trumbore

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Ben Affleck in Talks to Return for ‘The Accountant’ Sequel

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While talk surrounding Ben Affleck these days mostly revolves around his role as Batman, the actor is lining up a sequel of a very different sort. Per Deadline, Affleck is in talks to reprise his role in a sequel to last year’s solid thriller The Accountant alongside returning director Gavin O’Connor and returning screenwriter Bill Dubuque. Those deals, including those of producers Lynette Howell Taylor and Mark Williams, are being worked out now, but once they’re settled they’ll move on to solidifying the story. Deadline notes that The Accountant 2 will likely involve the return of … »

- Adam Chitwood

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Super Nes Classic Edition Revealed; Includes 21 Games and 2 Controllers

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Last year, Nintendo released the Nes Classic Edition. The tiny little box contained 30 games, cost $59.99 and sold like hotcakes. Nintendo never really did make enough to meet demand, but if you got your hands on one, you were grateful for the experience. Although the controllers were a bit short, it was well worth the cost when you considered how many great games you got for such a great price (you could also just buy extension cords for the controllers). It was only a matter of time before Nintendo made the Super Nes Classic Edition, and that time … »

- Matt Goldberg

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‘The Dark Tower’: Stephen King Weighs in on Idris Elba as the Gunslinger in a New Featurette

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Here's your friendly reminder that Sony's The Dark Tower is due out in theaters on August 4th. That's just over a month away. In the film, a long-awaited adaptation of Stephen King's massive multi-media work, Idris Elba plays Roland Deschain, a.k.a. the Gunslinger, last in a long line of knight-like defenders of justice and order. Opposing him every step of the way is Matthew McConaughey's Man in Black, a man of mystery tasked with taking down the titular tower and bring about chaos. If you haven't heard anything about … »

- Dave Trumbore

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‘Nightcrawler’ Team of Gyllenhaal, Russo, and Dan Gilroy Reuniting for Netflix Film

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A Nightcrawler reunion is in the works, and it’ll be heading to a TV near you sometime in the future. Last week, word broke that Nightcrawler writer/director Dan Gilroy was shopping a package for a film that would reunite him with stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Rene Russo, and now Deadline reports that Netflix has come away the winner. The streaming service outbid a number of buyers for the project, which will get an awards-qualifying small theatrical release at the same time it goes up on Netflix. Details on the film are scarce, but it’s said to … »

- Adam Chitwood

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Is ‘Venom’ a Part of the McU? Tom Holland, Kevin Feige, and Amy Pascal Explain

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- Dave Trumbore

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Marvel’s ‘Inhumans’ Fall Premiere Date, New Poster Revealed [Updated]

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ABC has released the premiere date(s) for its Inhumans series, and already there are problems. As we already knew, the series' premiere will debut in IMAX first, on September 1st, for two weeks. One new poster for the show also suggests that it will air (two back-to-back episodes) on Friday, September 21st [Update: Per ABC that's a fan-made poster so it has been removed] while a press release from ABC today says it will be Friday, September 29th. A second poster then confirmed the September 29th date. Stay tuned! These are just a few of … »

- Allison Keene

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Watch: Colin Trevorrow on Making the Move from ‘Jurassic World’ to ‘The Book of Henry’

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Director Colin Trevorrow is amassing a pretty diverse resume making the move from his feature directorial debut, the independent comedy Safety Not Guaranteed, to the box office juggernaut Jurassic World, and that trend is only going to continue with Star Wars: Episode XI when it opens on May 24, 2019. But first, he's got The Book of Henry in theaters right now. This one brings Trevorrow back to a smaller, more intimate production. It stars Naomi Watts as the mother of two young boys, one of which is incredibly smart for his age and supports the family in ways … »

- Perri Nemiroff

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More Reported ‘Han Solo’ Details Emerge; Acting Coach Hired, Editor Fired

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As fans continue to try to assess exactly what the firing of directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller from the untitled Han Solo movie means, more reported details continue to emerge about exactly what went down. But before we get too deep, it’s important to keep in mind all of these reports surfacing over the last week are likely only giving pieces of the puzzle, and very one-sided ones at that. The teams behind Lord and Miller, Lucasfilm, and Disney are trying to mitigate the damage from such bad publicity, and thus many “sources” explaining what happened are … »

- Adam Chitwood

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12 Best Car Chases from ‘Bullitt’ to ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’

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- Collider Staff

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‘Spider-Man: Homecoming 2’ Filming Dates, Title Details Revealed

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It’s a good thing the early reactions to Spider-Man: Homecoming are positive, because it sounds like Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios are moving full-steam ahead on the sequel. Spider-Man: Homecoming 2 was announced for release in 2019 back in December, and with less than two weeks to go before Homecoming hits theaters, Sony and Marvel are wasting no time in getting preparations underway for the follow-up. Collider’s own Steve Weintraub caught up with Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige and producer Amy Pascal at the press day for Spider-Man: Homecoming, and while the two … »


- Adam Chitwood

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‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Theories: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

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Lucasfilm likes to keep fans dangling when it comes to Star Wars, especially the core films in the Skywalker Saga. The Force Awakens marketing campaign kept the biggest takeaways close to the vest — not even journalists were allowed to screen the film for the domestic press junket — and a similar bare bones-style lead-in is happening with The Last Jedi. Opening this December, the film’s first trailer came out in April, and since then we’ve seen a photo spread in Vanity Fair with little else. This leaves lots of room for speculation. One of the earliest reports … »

- Nick Romano

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