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Collider Weekly TV Guide: Penny Dreadful, Last Man On Earth, and More

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The Collider Weekly TV Guide is a rundown of notable episodes, premieres, returns, finales, and opportunities to catch up on great shows (or cast an eye to the occasional TV train wreck). Here are the picks for the week beginning Monday, April 27th: Monday 4/27 The Returned, "Claire" (A&E, 10 p.m.) -- A&E's great adaptation of the French zombie series continues with Claire's secret coming to light. Victor, meanwhile, manages to find new ways of being a super creepy and possibly evil child, and Camille comes face to face with the extreme consequences to her trying to help bereaved families. Tuesday 4/28 The Flash, "The Trap" (CW, 8 p.m.) -- The plan to trap Dr. Wells comes with a huge risk, as the show references the original timeline's outcome. Will (alt) history repeat itself? In the relationship department, Eddie makes a bold decision regarding Iris. Wednesday 4/19 [caption id="attachment_448299" align="alignright" width="350"] Image via The CW[/caption] Arrow, »

- Allison Keene

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The Deep Blue Good-by Delayed, Possibly Scrapped After Christian Bale Injury

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Trouble has arisen for the long-developed adaptation of author John D. MacDonald’s novel The Deep Blue Good-By, which is one in a series of very popular Travis McGee books. Director James Mangold was set to reteam with his 3:10 to Yuma star Christina Bale on the project, which revolves around a self-described beach bum and salvage consultant who seeks to protect a woman who’s been torn apart from her manipulative ex-boyfriend. Filming was poised to begin next month in Florida and Puerto Rico, but Bale recently suffered an Acl injury that’s put the project's future in jeopardy. Apparently Bale’s injury prevents him from making the film right now. He's currently shooting the financial crisis drama The Big Short, but The Deep Blue Good-By is a much more physically intensive shoot, as its climax involves an action sequence on boats. Per Deadline, the project has simply been delayed, »

- Adam Chitwood

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Adrian Grenier Talks Vince’s Charmed Life on the Set of the Entourage Movie

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  Almost a year ago, when the Entourage movie was filming at Warner Bros. in Burbank, I got to visit the set with a few other reporters. During a break in filming a car sequence that had the guys driving around the backlot, we got the chance to speak with Adrian Grenier. He talked about what the film’s about, how making the movie compares with the show, his thoughts on the rating, the cameos, and a lot more. [caption id="attachment_387661" align="alignright" width="360"] Image via Warner Bros.[/caption] How does it feel to be surrounded by reporters? Adrian Grenier: It’s a little intimidating. I can explain. No comment (laughs). What’s the movie that Vince is screening? Grenier: A Jekyll & Hyde movie that Vince is directing. Quite an expensive and daunting undertaking but I think he’s up to the task, but I’m biased. Is he starring in it to or is he just directing? »

- Steve 'Frosty' Weintraub

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Kevin Williamson Talks Stalker, Revisiting Dawson’S Creek, and the Scream TV Series

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Having left off on a major cliffhanger, the CBS drama series Stalker is back with its three final episodes of the season. After Beth’s (Maggie Q) former stalker (Eion Bailey) targeted her inner circle in a deadly rampage and then threw her into the trunk of his car, Beth is now left desperately fight for her life after she’s dragged to a remote cabin, leaving her co-workers at the Tau, Jack (Dylan McDermott) and Janice (Mariana Klaveno), to frantically search for clues to their location. This is the episode that everything has been leading up to, and then there are still two more episodes to go. During this exclusive phone interview with Collider, show creator Kevin Williamson talked about how the germ of this idea started because he had a stalker of his own, why he’s always leaned towards the scary, where things go next, what fans »

- Christina Radish

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New Batman: Arkham Knight Trailer Reveals Allies and “Dual Play” Feature

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Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment have released a new Batman: Arkham Knight trailer showing that Batman may be up against an army, but he’s also got plenty of friends. The trailer highlights the game’s new “Dual Play” feature, “which will allow players to seamlessly switch between The Dark Knight and his allies including Robin, Nightwing, and Catwoman in FreeFlow Combat.” I’m not really sure how that will make the game more fun since I’ve never felt so backed into a corner that I needed to switch to another ally to help me out. Also, this is not co-op play. This is just jumping to another character, and while that may make for some cool fights, I’m curious to see how much it adds to the overall gameplay. Check out the new Batman: Arkham Knight trailer below. The game will be released on Xbox One, »

- Matt Goldberg

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Captain America: Civil War: Daniel Bruhl Confirms He’s Playing Baron Zemo

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As we’ve watched Marvel Studios become the massive brand that it is today, we’ve also seen actors of all stature and status try their best to answer questions about the films while basically saying nothing at all. The go-to line seems to be that Marvel has snipers set on every major actor from their movies, and if they reveal too much, they’ll be taken out. Which is why actor Daniel Bruhl’s recent comments about his role in Captain America: Civil War are so refreshing/hilarious. Speaking with The Independent (via ScreenCrush), the Rush actor flat-out confirmed that he’s playing Baron Helmut Zemo in the Captain America sequel: “I think I can tell you that without being thrown into Marvel prison… For the first few days I’ll walk around like a little boy, just amazed by the megalomania of it. It’s such a huge project. »

- Adam Chitwood

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X-men: Apocalypse: First Look at Kodi Smit-McPhee as Nightcrawler

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Today is Monday, which is unfortunate. However, director Bryan Singer feels your pain, so he’s chosen today to unveil the very first look at a new mutant from X-Men: Apocalypse. Production on the Days of Future Past follow-up begins today, and to mark the occasion, Singer has revealed the concept design for the film’s Nightcrawler, who will be played by Let Me In and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes actor Kodi Smit-McPhee. It’s an admittedly brief and early look at the character, but this is the first time the "prequel franchise" has tackled a younger iteration of a mutant from Singer's original X-Men films since the initial casting of X-Men: First Class (or, to a lesser extent, the Toad cameo in Dofp). Since it appears to be a concept image and not Smit-McPhee in actual makeup, it’s tough to spot any significant differences from »

- Adam Chitwood

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Mad Men Recap: “Time & Life”

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Maybe it was because it was an episode devoted almost entirely to happenings at Sterling Cooper, or because it was an hour so tied to and referential about Mad Men's past, or maybe it was the humor -- or probably all of the above -- but "Time & Life" was most certainly the finest episodes of the season's back half yet. This, finally, is the Mad Men I've been waiting for in this last stretch of episodes. Perhaps it's because nothing else has felt like more of a goodbye, so pitch-perfectly executed. Over the years, Sterling Cooper has gone through many iterations, and each time they've morphed or restructured, or moved offices (sometimes in the cover of night) it's been exciting, and a big moment of triumphant change for the core cast. In "Time & Life," that idea was entirely subverted to great effect. [caption id="attachment_450159" align="alignright" width="233"] Image via AMC[/caption] At first, the confirmation »

- Allison Keene

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Avengers: Age Of Ultron Rules the Foreign Box Office

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U.S. fans are counting down the days until Avengers: Age of Ultron opens, but the superhero movie already debuted this past weekend in 44 territories and to a big box office gross. Variety reports that the film raked in $201.2 million after opening in 55% of the international marketplace including France, Italy, Germany, the United Kingdom, Russia, Korea and Australia. The importance of international box office can’t be understated. Now that the DVD market has dried up, studios depend even more heavily on international box office gross, and while everyone will be seeing if Age of Ultron can crack the first movie’s opening weekend record for the U.S., the real money from a box office perspective goes far beyond our shores. Of course, merchandise is where the real money is made, and this movie will sell no shortage of toys no matter what. It will be interesting to see »

- Matt Goldberg

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Game Of Thrones Recap: “High Sparrow”

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Braavos In the House of Black and White, Arya is hard at work as a servant girl, sweeping the stone floors of the dark, dank interior as Jaqen H'ghar tends to followers of the Many-Faced God. Upset at her lot as a mere floorsweeper, Jaqen stresses the meaning of their clandestine phrase, "Valar dohaeris, All men must serve." He believes that Arya still aims to serve herself instead of the Many-Faced God, or in fact their true god, that of Death. As if to drive this point home, Arya watches as a recently deceased man is carted off to the depths of the House of Black and White. [caption id="attachment_394617" align="alignright" width="360"] Image via HBO[/caption] Arya is soon challenged by another servant of the Many-Faced God, but before their fight can turn bloody, Jaqen interferes. He spots Needle and Arya's armor, and confronts her, saying that it's curious how A Girl Who Would »

- Dave Trumbore

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Arnold Schwarzenegger and Joely Richardson Talk Maggie and Fond Memories from Twins

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We’ve seen Arnold Schwarzenegger save the day time and time again, but there’s no coming out on top in the situation he finds himself in in Maggie. Schwarzenegger leads as Wade, a loving father trying to care for his family during a zombie outbreak who finds out that his daughter has been bitten. Even though Maggie (Abigail Breslin) is destined to deteriorate, he insists on risking his own life so that they can spend the last few weeks she has left together. Shortly after Maggie celebrated its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival, I got the opportunity to chat with Schwarzenegger and Joely Richardson who steps in as Caroline, Maggie’s step mother, about their experience making the film. Schwarzenegger revealed why he would have had a tough time making this movie 30 years ago, what his primary duty was as a producer on the film and also »

- Perri Nemiroff

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Cosplay: Over 50 Pictures from C2E2 2015

14 hours ago

I've been going to the Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo (C2E2) at McCormick Place since 2011 and each year the event (which began in 2010) feels a little bigger. As attendance increases, so too does the number of con goers who participate in cosplay. Although not all costumes are created equal, the idea that someone would put their time and effort into dressing up as their favorite pop-culture character never fails to impress me. It's a testament to the impact that the properties represented have on their fans and it helps make conventions like C2E2 a unique experience for everyone who attends. For a look at some of the cosplay that C2E2 2015 had to offer, check out the images below. Click on any image for high-resolution:

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- Jason Barr

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