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Victor Garber Talks Big Game, Legends Of Tomorrow, The Flash, and More

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The action-adventure flick Big Game sees the President of the United States (Samuel L. Jackson) escaping from a crashing Air Force One into the rugged countryside of Finland. There, he comes across a young 13-year-old (Onni Tommila) on a traditional quest to prove he can survive 24 hours alone in the wild, and the unlikely duo must escape a group of kidnappers who are hot on their trail and looking to take the President. During this exclusive phone interview with Collider, actor Victor Garber talked about playing the Vice President to Samuel L. Jackson’s President, what attracted him to Big Game, how he approaches his roles, and his fondest memories from this shoot. He also talked about why Alias was such a turning point in his career, being a part of the DC comic book universe, playing Dr. Martin Stein on The CW’s The Flash and the upcoming Legends of Tomorrow, »

- Christina Radish

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Ant-man Clip: Paul Rudd Goes on His First Ant-Sized Adventure … in a Bathtub

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Back in April the very first Ant-Man clip hit the web revealing how Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) finds the Ant-Man suit, but now it's time to catch a glimpse of what happens when he puts it on for the first time. Marvel just posted the first official clip from the film in which Lang makes the mistake of giving the suit a test run in a bathtub. It's one thing to show off snippets of Ant-Man in action in a trailer, but it's another to see Lang shrink down to the size of an ant in the context of a lengthier scene. I've had some fun with the marketing campaign thus far, but this clip is the first promo to suggest that the film could sustain the zany adventure and sell Ant-Man as a very capable hero. Check out the first Ant-Man clip for yourself below. The film is due »

- Perri Nemiroff

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Over 25 New Trainwreck Pictures Featuring LeBron James, Tilda Swinton and More

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Trainwreck debuted as a work-in-progress at SXSW back in March, but hopefully Judd Apatow hasn't changed much since because the cut screened there was fantastic. Amy Schumer wrote the script and also stars as Amy, a young professional living in New York City who firmly believes that monogamy isn’t realistic. However, that changes when she starts to fall for the subject that she's writing a magazine article about - the super sweet and successful sports doctor Aaron Conners (Bill Hader). With the film's July 17th nationwide release fast approaching, Universal just unveiled a whole batch of hi-res Trainwreck pictures featuring Schumer and Hader as well as co-stars Brie Larson, John Cena, Tilda SwintonLeBron James and Vanessa Bayer. You can see them all for yourself below and, in case you missed it, click here to check out my Trainwreck review from SXSW. [caption id="attachment_479667" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Image via Universal Pictures[/caption] [caption id="attachment_479611" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Image via Universal Pictures[/caption] »

- Perri Nemiroff

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Ghostbusters Uniforms Revealed by Paul Feig in Behind-the-Scenes Image

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A little less than two weeks ago, Paul Feig's Ghostbusters reboot kicked off filming in Boston. We got our first look at Kristen Wigg, Melissa McCarthy, and Kate McKinnon in costume soon after, and today we've got a behind-the-scenes peek at the title characters' new uniforms. Even though we didn't see co-star Leslie Jones in the earlier set photos, I'm happy to report that she does indeed have a 'bustin uniform hanging on the rack alongside those of her team members. All we know about Wigg and McCarthy's characters so far is that, in the past, they were unsuccessful authors of a book theorizing that ghosts are real, only to reunite years later once word of this laughable publication gets Wigg kicked out of her prestigious teaching position at Columbia University. Somewhere along they way they team up with McKinnon and Jones, and then presumably decide to get matching uniforms. »

- Dave Trumbore

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First Star Trek 3 Image Revealed by Director Justin Lin; Title Confirmed

7 hours ago

It's Justin Lin's first time at the helm of a Star Trek movie and he's already putting social media to good use. In less than 140 characters, Lin managed to not only reveal the first behind-the-scenes image from Star Trek 3, he also so much as confirmed the threequel's presumed title, Star Trek Beyond. Now whether the title is formatted this way to appease the hashtag gods or just to continue the trend of eschewing colons (like Star Trek Into Darkness), I'm not entirely sure just yet. We'll certainly find out more soon, but for now let's take a look at Lin's Tweet itself. Let the next Starfleet voyage begin! #StarTrekBeyond #Llap pic.twitter.com/VZh9YvJgqA — Justin Lin (@trailingjohnson) June 29, 2015 So as you can see, Lin's got a lot of info packed into this one unassuming little Tweet. First up, we get a new look at the "Starfleet: United Federation of Planets" patch. »

- Dave Trumbore

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Hitman: Agent 47 TV Spot and Poster Hit You Where You Least Expect It

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The first full trailer for Aleksander Bach's Hitman: Agent 47 left no doubt that it would be an insane, over-the-top action flick on par with the film's videogame origins. It did, however, reveal quite a bit more of the plot than I would have liked, even if most of the film's twists and turns remain unspoiled. That being said, I much prefer seeing short snippets of the assassin at work, like those seen in this newly released TV spot. We also have a new international poster for you to feast your eyes on. Starring Rupert Friend in the title role, with Zachary Quinto, Hannah WareCiarán Hinds, and Thomas Kretschmann, Hitman: Agent 47 opens in theaters August 21st. Watch the new TV spot below: Here’s the official synopsis from 20th Century Fox: Hitman: Agent 47 centers on an elite assassin who was genetically engineered from conception to be the perfect killing machine, »

- Dave Trumbore

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Terminator Salvation Revisited: “You Cannot Save John Connor”

8 hours ago

Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines showed that a Terminator universe without James Cameron was its own kind of wasteland. Schwarzenegger wasn’t enough, and retreading the same premise as T2—T-800 comes back in time to protect John Connor from a more advanced Terminator—made the third installment mostly pointless. The only part of that movie that significantly moved anything forward was the ending, and we already knew where that ending would take us. Terminator Salvation wasn’t so much a salvation for the franchise, but a salvage operation. Director McG went for the reality that the first three movies had tried to avoid, and while Salvation removes all hope from the previous installments, it also theoretically could have carved its own path. It’s set in the future; it doesn’t have Arnold Schwarzenegger (the crummy body double and digital masking doesn’t count); and it introduces us »

- Matt Goldberg

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I Am Chris Farley Trailer Reveals Two Sides to the Late Comedian

9 hours ago

Like many of you, I grew up watching Chris Farley on big and small screens. Whether it was the bit parts in comedy movies starring his more successful (at the time) Saturday Night Live co-stars, his scene-stealing characters on the same late-night skit show, or his starring movie roles alongside David Spade, Farley's comedic talent always loomed large. He seemed impossible to ignore, an unstoppable force of physical comedy (and surprisingly agility) who was destined for greatness. But rather than following in the footsteps of comedians who went on to long and successful careers, Farley's path to an early death due to a drug overdose closely resembled that of his comedy idol, John Belushi. While it's easy to get choked up wondering "What could have been?" for the 33-year-old star, a new documentary looks to revisit his legacy in a biography that explores Farley's life, character, and career through the »

- Dave Trumbore

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Kevin Feige Talks Thor: Ragnarok Director; Comments on Kenneth Branagh Rumor

10 hours ago

While just about every Marvel character will be suiting up for Captain America: Civil War, it’s a near-certainty that Thor won’t be joining the party. That means we may not seem him again until his next solo film, Thor: Ragnarok, which opens on November 3, 2017. While that’s still five films away, Marvel is getting the wheels moving faster than you might think. Steve recently spoke to Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige at the press day for Ant-Man, and they touched on Thor 3. Feige says, “probably towards the end of the summer we would announce a filmmaker and a writer. May be the same person, I don’t know, may be two different people.” [caption id="attachment_451351" align="alignright" width="350"] Image via Marvel[/caption] Having it be one and the same person, would be a change of pace for Marvel. Now that Joss Whedon has left, James Gunn is the only writer-director left working for the studio. »

- Matt Goldberg

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Sandman and Other DC-Vertigo Movies Heading to New Line

11 hours ago

Warner Bros. is shifting some of its comic book properties to a different studio. In an effort to consolidate focus on its DC Movie Universe, which includes Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Suicide Squad, and Wonder Woman in the immediate future, Deadline reports that the studio is opting to move properties under the DC-owned Vertigo comics imprint to sister studio New Line Cinema. This includes Sandman, the film adaptation of the Neil Gaiman comic that Joseph Gordon-Levitt is attached to direct and star in, as well as Constantine, Dark Universe, Preacher, and Lucifer. Vertigo was originally created to focus on comics that did not meet the guidelines of the Comics Code Authority, which means the Vertigo books were inherently darker, edgier, and more adult in contrast to the DC comics. Obviously the lines have blurred in recent years, especially in the film world where we have a rather dark-looking »

- Adam Chitwood

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Teen Wolf Showrunner Jeff Davis Talks Senior Year, Breaking Points, and More

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On Season 5 of the popular MTV series Teen Wolf, Scott (Tyler Posey) and his friends are dealing with senior year and find themselves facing the possibility of a future without each other, as they think about what direction life might take them. Of course, it wouldn’t be Beacon Hills, if outside forces weren’t also plotting to break the Pack apart, and this season’s new villains are using a combination of science and the supernatural for a malevolent and mysterious purpose that will eventually pit this tight group of friends against their greatest enemy yet. During this recent exclusive phone interview with Collider, showrunner Jeff Davis talked about how formidable the Dread Doctors will be this season, why they’re like no villain we’ve seen on the show before, how much senior year will affect them, telling a 20-episode story with a big mid-point episode, whether viewers »

- Christina Radish

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Director Claire Denis to Make English-Language Debut with Sci-Fi Film

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A promising original sci-fi film is coming from an unlikely source. French filmmaker Claire Denis, whose credits include Beau Travail and White Material, is poised to make her English-language debut with a space-set sci-fi adventure. Per Screen Daily, the movie will take place beyond our solar system, “in a future that seems like the present." The project is based on an original idea by Denis and writing partner Jean-Pol Fargeau, but Denis is penning the screenplay with novelist Zadie Smith and Smith’s writer husband Nick Laird. This is a stark change of direction for the veteran filmmaker, whose previous films have dealt with heavy themes and subject matter through grounded, character-centric dramas. Denis’ most recent film was the 2013 drama Bastards, which premiered Un Certain Regard at the Cannes Film Festival. Oliver Dungey (Miss Julie), Laurence Clerc, and Olivier Thery Lapiney are producing the film through Alcatraz Films alongside Caludia »

- Adam Chitwood

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X-men: Days Of Future Past – Rogue Cut Clip Features an Icy Rescue

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20th Century Fox has released an X-Men: Days of Future Past – Rogue Cut clip online. This extended edition of the movie includes a new subplot that features Rogue (Anna Paquin), Magneto (Ian McKellen), and Professor X (Patrick Stewart). Director Bryan Singer said he cut the subplot because “the sequence became extraneous.” What makes this clip fascinating isn’t Rogue being rescued by Iceman (Shawn Ashmore) and Magneto; it’s the crosscutting between that event and young Magneto (Michael Fassbender) retrieving his helmet, which is in the final film. However, Magneto’s helmet retrieval (arguably another extraneous scene) has been extended to have him notice that the government also recovered the Nazi coin he pushed through Shaw's head in X-Men: First Class. It’s a minor thing, but watching the editing of this scene, especially the close-ups of the faces, makes me think (or at least hope) we’re missing a »

- Matt Goldberg

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J.C. Chandor Circling Former Kathryn Bigelow Drama Triple Frontier

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A long-developing project may be undergoing an interesting director shift. After Kathryn Bigelow became the first woman to win the Best Director Oscar for The Hurt Locker, she was understandably in demand for a number of follow-up projects. She and Hurt Locker screenwriter Mark Boal zeroed in on a crime drama called Triple Frontier. Set in a border zone of Paraguay, Argentina, and Brazil known as “la triple frontera,” the movie would revolve around this haven for organized crime. A number of actors expressed interest in starring, from Johnny Depp to Tom Hanks to Will Smith, but the project was put on the backburner when Zero Dark Thirty gained steam. Our last update on the film came in 2012, when details surfaced that while Smith was interested in starring in the movie, Bigelow was uninterested in casting him. Moreover, Paramount Pictures reportedly balked at the $80 million budget. Bigelow and Boal have »

- Adam Chitwood

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Collider Weekly TV Guide: Scream, Mr. Robot, Penny Dreadful Finale 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). Check out our picks for the week of June 29th: Monday 6/29 UnReal, “Truth” (Lifetime, 10 p.m.) — The very bingeable series starring Shiri Appleby heads to Mississippi in its latest episode for Faith’s (Breeda Wool) hometown date with Adam (Freddie Stroma). There, Rachel (Appleby) once again must call upon Adam to make the right choice instead of what he’s being set up for by Quinn (Constance Zimmer) to ensure good ratings for the show. Tuesday 6/30 [caption id="attachment_469763" align="alignright" width="350"] Image via MTV[/caption] Scream Series Premiere, “Pilot” (MTV, 10 p.m.) — What’s old is new again; a TV series based on the 1996 movie kicks off with the murder of a high school student in a small town. The series stars Willa Fitzgerald, »

- Allison Keene

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Ten Thousand Saints Trailer: Asa Butterfield Goes Punk in 80s-Set Drama

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Screen Media has released the first trailer for American Splendor writers/directors Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini’s coming-of-age drama Ten Thousand Saints. Set in 1988, during the transitional period in New York City when the yuppies started buying up all the “bad” neighborhoods and transforming them into upscale real estate, the film stars Asa Butterfield as an unhappy, bored teenager from Vermont who—after an interaction with a girl—decides to move to New York City, closer to his burnout father (Ethan Hawke). He subsequently develops a closer relationship with said girl (played by Hailee Steinfeld), starts hanging around a straight edge band, and attempts to find himself. I caught the movie at Sundance earlier this year (click here for my review), and while Butterfield’s character is wholly uninteresting, the film’s saving grace is Ethan Hawke. The guy instantly makes any movie he’s in at least 30% better, »

- Adam Chitwood

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Watch Magic Mike Xxl’s Matt Bomer Play “Save or Kill”

13 hours ago

Opening this week is Magic Mike Xxl. Gregory Jacobs takes over as director this time around, though Steven Soderbergh is still onboard as cinematographer, camera operator, and editor. Written by Reid Carolin, the story takes place three years after the events of Magic Mike, as Channing Tatum’s character has bowed out of the stripper game for good…or so he thinks. The rest of the Kings of Tampa decide to throw in the towel as well, but not before one last blow-out performance in Myrtle Beach with Mike sharing the spotlight. As the boys embark on a rowdy road trip, they renew old acquaintances and make new friends. As you can see in these fifty images, Jada Pinkett Smith plays a club owner, while Amber Heard, Donald Glover, Elizabeth Banks, and Andie MacDowell fill other supporting roles. The film also stars Matt Bomer, Joe Manganiello, Kevin Nash, Adam Rodriguez, »

- Steve 'Frosty' Weintraub

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Fear The Walking Dead Comic-Con Poster Released by AMC

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AMC has released the Comic-Con poster for Fear the Walking Dead, the highly anticipated spin-off of The Walking Dead, the channel's current flagship program. The poster juxtaposes the bucolic summer environs of the background - boardwalks, ferris wheels, rollercoasters, etc. - with the familiar dragging footsteps of the biters that we've come to recognize on The Walking Dead. It's a pretty minimal, nifty bit of advertising, to be honest, and its one of the few things released thus far by AMC to suggest that the spin-off will have an inventive sense of horror completely of its own, rather than just attempting to recreate the style and narrative, to say nothing of the vast philosophical and societal considerations, of the still-awesome original. Here's the full poster: Check out the official synopsis below: A companion series to “The Walking Dead,” the #1 show on television among adults 18-49, “Fear the Walking Dead” takes »

- Chris Cabin

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X-men: Apocalypse: Olivia Munn Shows Off Psylocke Sword Skills in New Video

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Production is currently underway in Montreal on director Bryan Singer’s 80s-set sequel X-Men: Apocalypse, and while the film will continue the stories of well-established mutant characters like Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence) and Magneto (Michael Fassbender), it’s also introducing a slew of comics characters both familiar and new. In addition to younger versions of mutants we’ve already seen in the movies (like Jean Grey and Cyclops), X-Men: Apocalypse is also bringing some folks to the screen for the first time—like Psylocke. In the character’s first appearances in the comics, Psylocke was a mutant who simply had telepathic powers. But later, she transformed into a Japanese ninja assassin, adding highly developed fighting skills to her repertoire. The Newsroom actress Olivia Munn is playing Psylocke in X-Men: Apocalypse, and she recently shared a video on Instagram of some of her sword training: Learned some new tricks... A video posted »

- Adam Chitwood

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New Spider-man Will Be in the Vein of a John Hughes Movie; Feature New Villains

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Last week, we learned that Marvel had cast Tom Holland (The Impossible) for the new Spider-Man. One the studio’s big selling points on their new Spidey is that they would be taking the character back to high school and really exploring that aspect of his life rather than making it a blip on his way to college. The Amazing Spider-Man went slightly more into Peter’s high school life, but not with any real depth. That may finally change with the Spider-Man reboot, and with a very particular vision in mind. At the recent press day for Ant-Man, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige spoke to Birth.Movies.Death. about what we can expect in terms of tone: “It’s the soap opera in high school, and those supporting characters, that are interesting,” said Feige. “Just as we hadn’t seen a heist movie in a long time, or a »

- Matt Goldberg

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