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‘The Flash’ Recap: “Mixed Signals” – We Are The Flash

12 hours ago

The Flash is back to form! After a rather dark season last year, the fun, laugh-inducing CW superhero show has returned to what we first fell in love with. The first couple seasons of the series offered levity and heart that contrasted the dark, more violent companion series, Arrow, and that distinction was sorely missed. In “Mixed Signals,” The Flash found its spirit again in its characters, their relationships and humor. Post-Speed Force Barry is a blast. He’s fun, energetic and making up for his lost six months. Risky Business Barry had me grooving on my couch, … »

- Carla Day

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Alison Brie and Betty Gilpin Suit up in New ‘Glow’ Season 2 Set Photo

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The gorgeous ladies of wrestling, a.k.a. Glow, are back in business! Back in August, Netflix announced they were headed back into the ring for Season 2 and production is already underway on the new season of the breakout hit. Alison Brie announced "We're back" on Instagram, where she posted the first behind the scenes set photo from Season 2, striking a pose alongside co-star Betty Gilpin. If you haven’t caught up yet, Marc Maron stars alongside Brie and Gilpin, along with Sydelle NoelBritney YoungBritt BaronKimmy GatewoodSunita ManiKate NashGayle Rankin, … »

- Haleigh Foutch

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‘Lone Wolf and Cub’ Adaptation Lands ‘Se7en’ Scribe Andrew Kevin Walker

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The Lone Wolf and Cub remake has been percolating for a few years here in the States, but gets another boost forward today with the announcement of a new, veteran writer coming aboard. Andrew Kevin Walker will bring his screenwriting talent to the adaptation of writer Kazuo Koike and artist Goseki Kojima's 1970s manga series for a live-action movie produced by Justin Lin and Steven Paul. Lin still has his eye on the director's chair but no announcements have been made just yet. THR reported that Kevin Walker has joined Paramount's plan to adapt the seminal … »

- Dave Trumbore

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Exclusive ‘Totem’ Images Tease Supernatural Terrors with a Twist

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Today, we're happy to debut some exclusive new images from Totem, the new Blumhouse horror pic headed to HBO/Cinemax just in time for Halloween. Totem is the feature writing debut of ex-Collider staffer Evan Dickson. Directed by Deadgirl helmer Marcel Sarmiento, the film follows a teenage girl (Kerris Dorsey), who must resort to extreme measures in order to protect her family from a supernatural entity. If that sounds a bit broad, don't worry, Sarmiento's work on Deadgirl proves he can deliver some supremely twisted genre subversion, and according to Dickson, the script was designed to … »

- Haleigh Foutch

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5 Superman Movies That Never Happened: From ‘Superman Lives’ to ‘Batman vs. Superman’

18 hours ago

Although there have been eight produced feature films about the character, with someone as iconic as Superman there have been plenty more that were planned, developed, and even written, only to fall by the wayside for one reason or another. Christopher Reeve brought the character to vivid life on the big screen in 1978’s Superman, but after his tenure ended with 1987’s Superman IV: The Quest for Peace following diminishing returns, Hollywood spent over a decade trying to figure out how best to get the Man of Steel back on the screen. We know the movies that did … »

- Adam Chitwood

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26 Images from the ‘Twin Peaks’ Pop-Up Shop in Hollywood: Costumes, Props, and Pie

18 hours ago

What better way to commemorate and celebrate Twin Peaks: The Return than with a Double R Diner Pop-Up Shop, hosted by Showtime and just in time for Halloween. Open from October 16 through 22 from 12pm - 8pm daily, the shop has taken over the old Johnny Rockets on Melrose Avenue in Hollywood, where fans will have the opportunity to purchase merchandise (from buttons, keychains and socks to lunchboxes, baseball caps and mugs) and David Lynch Coffee, while you sit at the counter and have a donut, mini cherry pie or macaron cookie, all while listening to the vinyl soundtrack … »

- Christina Radish

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‘Big Hero 6: The Series’ to Kick Things Off with a TV Movie, ‘Baymax Returns’

18 hours ago

It's been some time since we've seen our buddy Baymax and the Big Hero 6 team; almost three years to the day, in fact. But that all changed today as Disney Xd has announced the launch date for the network's TV series take on the Disney animated movie. Much like how the channel's recent relaunch of DuckTales kicked things off with a TV movie before rolling out weekly episodes, so too will Big Hero 6 be making a splash with an hourlong premiere event before arriving in earnest in early 2018. Disney Xd's animated Big … »

- Dave Trumbore

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Josh Brolin Says ‘Sicario’ Sequel ‘Soldado’ Is “More Severe” and “Much Bigger”

19 hours ago

The 2015 crime drama Sicario was one of the best films of that year and earned extremely high praise, but it wasn’t exactly a movie that was screaming for a sequel. And yet, writer Taylor Sheridan—who also wrote Hell or High Water and wrote and directed this year’s Wind River—penned a script for a sequel called Soldado, and pretty quickly Josh Brolin and Benicio Del Toro assembled for the follow-up. Director Denis Villeneuve moved on to directing films like Arrival and Blade Runner 2049, but in his stead Stefano Sollima (Gomorrah) stepped in to direct. … »

- Adam Chitwood

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‘Samurai Jack’: The Complete Series Blu-ray Review: A Must-Own for Fans of Epic Animation

19 hours ago

Genndy Tartakovsky has given us something special with Samurai Jack. The critically acclaimed, award-winning series remains a rare success in the field of animation that embraced avant-garde ideas, pushed non-traditional modes of storytelling, and spanned more than 15 years in order to bring Jack's full, epic story to a satisfying conclusion. It's enough to simply watch Samurai Jack for all its timeless entertainment value, but for the true fans out there, you'll find there is much, much more to the story. And now that Samurai Jack has received a remastered Blu-ray treatment in … »

- Dave Trumbore

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‘The Flash’: Jessica Camacho on Gypsy & Cisco’s Relationship, and Danny Trejo’s Breacher

20 hours ago

On The CW series The Flash, in the six months that Barry Allen was trapped in the Speed Force, Cisco (Carlos Valdes) and Gypsy (Jessica Camacho) have been exploring their feelings for each other and getting closer. But dating isn’t easy when you’re also trying to save the world, and just finding time to spend with each other can be a challenge, especially when Gypsy is the one being left to wait. During this 1-on-1 phone interview with Collider, actress Jessica Camacho talked about the trust and bond she’s developed with her co-stars, now … »

- Christina Radish

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Netflix Touts the Rise of “Binge Racing,” i.e. the Worst Way to Watch Television

20 hours ago

The word "binge" is not a nice one. It doesn't sound nice, and it doesn't mean nice things. It's about excessive consumption, often as part of a compulsion. Both with its vast library of streaming options and its penchant to drop entire series at once, Netflix has helped usher in the rise of binge-watching culture. It didn't invent it by any means – binge watching a show on DVD (or VHS!) or during a TV marathon has always been a part of things, but not necessarily something a majority of viewers participated in, and certainly not … »

- Allison Keene

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Young Han Solo Movie Title Revealed as Filming Wraps

20 hours ago

After one of the most publicly strange production periods in recent memory, filming has finally wrapped on the Young Han Solo movie, and director Ron Howard has marked the occasion with a pretty big reveal: the film’s title. Yes indeed, the up-to-now untitled Star Wars spinoff will officially be called Solo: A Star Wars Story. That’s not too far off from what many folks initially guessed, Han Solo: A Star Wars Story, and it has a nice little ring to it given the character’s penchant for going rogue. Filming began on Solo back in January … »

- Adam Chitwood

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‘Wolfenstein II’ Nsfw Launch Trailer Is All About Killin’ Nazis

21 hours ago

The launch trailer for Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus has been released online, and it is very Nsfw. The game is a direct sequel to 2014’s Wolfenstein: The New Order and takes place in a world where the Nazi regime has occupied America after winning World War II. You, the player, are Bj “Terror-Billy” Blazkowicz, and you team up with a rag-tag group of resistance fighters all striving toward the goal of kicking Nazis out of America once and for all. This new trailer goes all-in on the violence against Nazis, white supremacists, and overall garbage … »

- Adam Chitwood

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‘Mindhunter’ Review: An Extraordinary Crime Show That Reinvents Procedurals

21 hours ago

Spoiler Warning: The entire first season of Mindhunter is discussed below. For TV critics, Mindhunter entered the world surrounded by hesitation. There has been plenty written about the glorification of serial killers on television, especially of late, but this was compounded by the more immediate fact that Netflix did almost no marketing for the series. It wasn’t released for review except to a handful of critics, and even then just the first two episodes. When a network hesitates to release more than one or two episodes, it’s usually a sign that they aren’t confident in the show, … »

- Allison Keene

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‘Murder on the Orient Express’: See How They Shot on 65mm Film in New Featurette

21 hours ago

20th Century Fox has released a new behind-the-scenes featurette for the upcoming murder mystery Murder on the Orient Express, and it shows the lengths to which Kenneth Branagh went to ensure the full theatrical experience was captured as practically as possible. Based on the Agatha Christie novel of the same name, the film follows famous detective Hercule Poirot (Branagh) as he tries to solve the murder of one of the passengers aboard the Orient Express. Branagh used the last four 65mm film cameras in the world to shoot Murder on the Orient Express, and the director explains in … »

- Adam Chitwood

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David Fincher Says He Nearly Directed the ‘Deadwood’ Pilot

22 hours ago

When it comes to television as we know it, right now, a lot is owed to what David Fincher did with House of Cards. The Oscar-nominated filmmaker wasn’t the first prestige name to try his hand at television, but by directing the first two episodes of the series and executive producing, Fincher helped bring Netflix’s first major original series to life in a way that ignited the streaming service’s original content model and the current trend of "binge-watching" television. When House of Cards debuted in 2013, audiences were brand new to this idea of having … »

- Adam Chitwood

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‘Blade Runner 2049’ Composer Benjamin Wallfisch on the Unique Score, Experimenting, & Vangelis

22 hours ago

Composer Benjamin Wallfisch has been a very busy guy lately. Over the past 18 months he’s composed the scores to Hidden Figures, A Cure for Wellness, Annabelle: Creation, It, and Blade Runner 2049, and he worked with Hans Zimmer on some key pieces of the Dunkirk score. Working on just one or two of these films would be challenging enough, but that Wallfisch not only lent his talents to the aforementioned films but crafted unique, memorable scores for each one is mighty impressive. Blade Runner 2049 may have been the most challenging of the bunch, as Wallfisch and Hans … »

- Adam Chitwood

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Rami Malek’s Freddie Mercury Strikes a Pose in New ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Image

22 hours ago

Although there are a number of new X-Men movies in various stages of production at the moment, director Bryan Singer—who returned to the franchise he helped create to helm X-Men: Days of Future Past and X-Men: Apocalypse—is off making a movie of a very different sort. Singer is currently in production on Bohemian Rhapsody, the long-in-the-works biopic of Queen frontman Freddie Mercury, with Mr. Robot star Rami Malek taking on the daunting lead role. Singer has now shared a new behind-the-scenes snap from the film, offering us a new look … »

- Adam Chitwood

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Oscar Beat: Best Actress Predictions – One of the Year’s Most Exciting Races

22 hours ago

When it comes to this year’s Oscar race, one of the most exciting and competitive categories is Best Actress. Whereas Best Actor seems to be grasping at straws a bit, there’s an abundance of riches in terms of leading actress performances this year, and narrowing it down to five women who get nominated is going to be a very, very difficult task. There’s not even a consensus on who the frontrunner is at the moment, but there are a number of women in the running for that top spot. Sally Hawkins delivers a stunning wordless performance in … »

- Adam Chitwood

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The 25 Best Vampire Movies, Ranked

23 hours ago

Note: Collider’s Halloween horror month continues this week with an all-out monster mash! Yesterday we ranked cinema's best monsters and today we're counting down the best vampire movies.  Eternal life has been mortals quest since, well, for eternity really. The concept of living to see every advancement of human society has splintered into literature and folklore in many different ways. Perhaps the most beloved lore that’s been spun out of eternal life has been the vampire. The vampire is probably most appealing because the vampire isn’t hugely enviable, so it’s not a whish … »

- Collider Staff

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