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Watch the Best Daredevil Fight Scenes Ranked

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With their Netflix series Daredevil, Marvel brought their cinematic universe to a new level with serialized storytelling, grittier real world stakes, and of course, exceptional hand-to-hand combat sequences. While there's a lot to love about Marvel's Daredevil, not least of which are the pitch-perfect performances delivered by Charlie Cox as Matt Murdoch and Vincent D'Onofrio as his villainous counterpart Wilson Fisk, but there's no denying that Daredevil's foremost highlight is the ferocious, unsparing fight choreography liberally sprinkled throughout the first season's 13 episodes. With the help of fight-coordinator Philip J. Silvera and Cox's agile stunt double Chris Brewster, Daredevil combines the trademark billy clubs, pugilism, and gymnastic athleticism that define Murdoch's fighting style into breathless, kinetic experiences that left fans clamoring to hit play on the next episode. It's a testament to the strength of these sequences that it was merely a matter of hours after the series debut that »

- Haleigh Foutch

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Tyler Posey on Teen Wolf’s Goriest Season Yet, His Desire to Direct, and More

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In the first half of Season 5 of the hit MTV series Teen Wolf, Scott McCall (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 exclusive phone interview with Collider, actor Tyler Posey talked about the tone of Season 5, that this is their goriest season yet, that his character’s journey will be driving the storyline, where the threats and dangers are coming from now, what Scott wants for his future, »

- Christina Radish

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X-men: Apocalypse Will Be “The True Birth of the X-Men”

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Bryan Singer has taken an interesting approach to the X-Men franchise. He built it, left it, returned to it by picking up a sequel to a prequel, which in turn became a quasi-reboot that now, says the director, will lead to the conclusion of the previous six movies while also working as a "rebirth." While this may seem convoluted, it doesn’t hold a candle to the kind of storytelling contortions the X-Men comics have had to do over the decades. Speaking to EW, Singer said X-Men: Apocalypse “is kind of a conclusion of six X-Men films, yet a potential rebirth of younger, newer characters.” Specifically, the movie will be introducing Storm (Alexandra Shipp), Cyclops (Tye Sheridan), Jean Grey (Sophie Turner), and ­Nightcrawler (Kodi Smit-McPhee) among others. It’s preparation for losing current cast members like Jennifer Lawrence and Michael Fassbender, who probably won’t renew their contracts. [caption id="attachment_450245" align="alignright" width="350"] Image via 20th Century Fox[/caption] »

- Matt Goldberg

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AMC Movie Talk Is Now Collider Movie Talk

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As some of you may already be aware, I recently announced that I was coming to Collider to create and run a new branch of the Collider community, Collider Video. As a result of a groundbreaking deal between my former family at AMC Theatres and Complex (Collider's parent company), I'm thrilled to be bringing most of my team along with me as well as our most popular shows. AMC Movie Talk is now Collider Movie Talk and we couldn't be more excited! AMC Theatres is partnering with us and will be a sponsor of Collider Movie Talk, helping to maintain the excellence our Movie Talk viewers have come to expect. Other popular shows like Mail Bag, Heroes and Jedi Council are also going to be on the Collider Video show schedule moving forward. We look forward to engaging with all of you in the Collider community as we celebrate our shared love of the movies, »

- John Campea

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Poldark: Eleanor Tomlinson on Downton Abbey Comparisons, the Original Series, More

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In Poldark, airing on Masterpiece on PBS, Ross Poldark (Aidan Turner) is a redcoat who returns to Cornwall after the American Revolutionary War, only to discover that his life is nothing like he remembered, as his father is dead, his lands are ruined, and his true love is about to marry his first cousin. Based on a beloved series of novels by Winston Graham and first introduced to television audiences almost 40 years ago, the gallant captain rides again, with even more spectacular action, adventure and romance than ever before. During this exclusive interview with Collider, actress Eleanor Tomlinson (who plays the fiery servant Demelza, a strong-willed woman who runs away from home and finds refuge with Poldark) talked about how she got involved with Poldark, what drew her to the character of Demelza, how exciting it is to be compared to Downton Abbey, her hope of doing future seasons, whether »

- Christina Radish

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Weekly TV Guide: Shark Week, Masters of Sex Premiere, Rectify, 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). Prepare thyselves for another round of summer premieres, and check out the list for the week beginning Monday, July 6th: Monday 7/6 Island of the Mega Shark: Sharkopedia Edition (Discovery, 8 p.m.) - As many comic fans make their pilgrimage to San Diego for Comic-Con 2015, nature, science, and technology fans can strap into their couch cushions for Discovery's beloved Shark Week. The festivities kick off this morning, but be sure to check out this hour-long special on groupings of giant white sharks off the coast of Mexico, being tracked by experts using the  latest in technological advances. See, wrote all of that without making a "bite" pun. It is possible. Tuesday 7/7 [caption id="attachment_466299" align="alignright" width="350"] Image via Comedy Central[/caption] Inside Amy Schumer, »

- Chris Cabin

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Exclusive: Crimson Peak Poster Has Tom Hiddleston Giving a Dead Sexy Stare

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Today, we are pleased to debut an exclusive Crimson Peak poster featuring Tom Hiddleston. Guillermo del Toro’s gothic horror romance takes place in a massive house that “breathes, bleeds…and remembers”, and revolves around an aspiring author who is torn between the love for her childhood friend and the temptation of a mysterious soldier. I couldn’t be more excited for this film, and while I can live with missing most panels at Comic-Con, I’ll admit I'm slightly envious of those who will be at the one for Crimson Peak. Del Toro is always immensely entertaining, and whatever footage he brings tends to blow the doors off the place. Throw in this cast, and you’re going to have a great time if you’re in Hall H. Check out Hiddleston being all seductive and smoldering on the Crimson Peak poster below. The film opens October 16th, and also stars Mia Wasikowska, »

- Matt Goldberg

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Rectify Season 3 Review: Ray McKinnon’s Southern Drama Is Exquisite as Ever

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Delving back into the world Ray McKinnon has created with his exceptional drama Rectify is like visiting family. The desire to reunite is a joyous one, but it’s also not necessarily without its conflicts and even pain. Season 3 doesn’t hold back on any of those latter emotions, even just as of its first episode, which picks up immediately where Season 2 left off. Daniel (Aden Young) is still a divisive factor in his family, especially in the wake of his decision to take a plea deal from Da in which he had to admit the crime and be banished from the state. Amantha (Abigail Spencer) is rightfully heartbroken that after devoting her life to proving her brother’s innocence, he throws everything away by embracing guilt (whether true or not) and leaving. [caption id="attachment_478073" align="alignright" width="350"] Image via SundanceTV[/caption] No one has been more affected by Daniel’s return from prison though than Ted, »

- Allison Keene

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Orange Is The New Black Recap: “Don’t Make Me Come Back There” & “Trust No Bitch”

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This is the final Orange Is the New Black Season 3 recap. You can revisit all previous entries here.  Orange is the New Black Season 3 certainly had flaws, but there's absolutely no way they'll define the season after the finale wrapped things up on just an incredibly delightful and satisfying note. It took nearly three whole seasons, but it finally happened. Daya had her baby! “Don’t Make Me Come Back There” kicks off with Daya having some serious contractions, but she’s still got enough energy to tell her mother off for what she’s done and that paves the way to our very first Aleida flashback. Young Aleida is a fascinating dichotomy between selfish brat and loving mother. On the one hand, she wants to send Daya off to summer camp to have fun, but when Daya appears to be loving camp more than her, she then destroys Daya »

- Perri Nemiroff

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A Series Of Unfortunate Events TV Show Trailer Teases Lemony Snicket on Netflix [Updated]

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[Update: It turns out this teaser trailer is actually fan-made, so bravo to whoever put this thing together.] We only first found out about Netflix's plan to turn Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events into a TV series back in November, but apparently the show's already got a teaser trailer. The series of children's novels centers on Violet, Klaus and Sunny Baudelaire. When their parents pass, they're sent to live with Count Olaf who's really after their inheritance. This A Series of Unfortunate Events teaser isn't on the official Netflix YouTube channel, but it does live on one that belongs to Eleanora Poe. For all we know, this could be a fan channel, but she is the fictional editor-in-chief of The Daily Punctilio in Snicket's books, so perhaps Netflix could add more content to this channel viral-style. As for the authenticity of the teaser itself, I'd find it very hard to believe that this video isn't the real deal. The visuals are highly detailed and far eerier than I expected, »

- Perri Nemiroff

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DC’S Legends Of Tomorrow Concept Art Reveals Superheroes Galore

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While The CW (and, by extension, its predecessor The WB) is probably better known for perfecting the teen drama series, the network is quickly finding a new specialty: superhero TV shows. Arrow debuted to solid ratings and reviews, and this past season’s The Flash fared even better. Now The CW is moving forward with another new superhero series that eschews the “single superhero” formula in favor of a true ensemble. DC’s Legends of Tomorrow revolves around a number of characters that have previously appeared on the other two CW superhero shows, including Brandon Routh’s The Atom, Caity Lotz’s White Canary, Dominic Purcell’s Heat Wave, and Wentworth Miller’s Captain Cold. The series will be highlighted as part of Warner Bros. Television’s big panel at Comic-Con this weekend, and in anticipation of the event, some new colorful concept art has been released online. The story »

- Adam Chitwood

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Ben Affleck Gets into the Marvel vs. DC Debate

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I like that Marvel and DC aren’t approaching superhero movies the same way. I think superheroes, like any other subject, are open to a variety of interpretations and one isn’t inherently superior to the other. What makes one better than the other at this point in the current blockbuster landscape is that Marvel has a plan and Warner Bros./DC is rushing to catch up but still doesn’t have a clear vision beyond being "not Marvel"." But the non-Marvel approach agrees with Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice star Ben Affleck, who recently gave his thoughts to the print edition of EW [via ComicBook] on how DC and Marvel differ: “It is more mythic, it is more grand in that way, and it is a little more realistic,” said Affleck. “Just by their nature, these films can’t be as funny or as quick or as glib as Marvel movies. »

- Matt Goldberg

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Deadpool Gets an Entertainment Weekly Cover for Comic-Con

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20th Century Fox hasn't officially confirmed Deadpool's presence at San Diego Comic-Con but, odds are, all of these new images from the film are leading up to a Hall H panel. First we got a shot of Deadpool (Ryan Reynolds) standing beside a flipped car, then there was that image of the Merc with a Mouth alongside Negasonic Teenage Warhead (Brianna Hildebrand), and now he's got his own EW cover as well. Ben Affleck's Batman, Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman and Henry Cavill's Superman scored the official cover of Entertainment Weekly's Comic-Con preview, but if you pick up the bonus issue, Deadpool is front and center. Check out the Deadpool EW cover for yourself below. Should Deadpool be part of the Fox Comic-Con presentation, it will hit Hall H on Saturday between 5:45 and 7:30pm. The Tim Miller-directed movie opens on February 12, 2016, and also stars Ed Skrein as Ajax, »

- Perri Nemiroff

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The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2: Katniss and Boggs Prepare for Battle

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Lionsgate has released a new The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 image. The saga concludes with Katniss (Jennifer Lawerence) and a unit from District 13 going on a mission to the Capitol to assassinate President Snow (Donald Sutherland) and end the war that has engulfed Panem. I haven’t read the books in years, so I can’t recall what this still might be from, but at the very least, it’s safe to expect that this could be the most action-packed Hunger Games movie at least as far as the stakes are concerned. There may not be an arena, but I’m curious to see how much director Francis Lawrence shows the war surrounding the covert mission. The resistance scenes in Mockingjay – Part 1 were terrific, and I look forward to seeing how he expands on them for the finale. Check out the new The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 image below. »

- Matt Goldberg

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True Detective Season 2 Recap: “Maybe Tomorrow”

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The title of True Detective Season 2's third episode is the final line of the episode, uttered by Frank Semyon after his wife asks him to sit down and talk with her. The meaning of that utterance, of course, means much more than just waiting another day to discuss their marital issues or Frank's increasing alienation from her. Over the course of the episode, Frank continues to hunt for replacement capital that disappeared into thin air when Casper was murdered; he's also hunting for the culprit of his business partner's grisly demise. Subsequently, another one of his confidants is brutally murdered, and Frank takes out his fury on a cocky sex-club owner, whom he beats within an inch of his life before ripping out his "Fuck You" grills with pliers. When Frank puts off talking with his wife, he's also putting off becoming the better person that he's aspiring to be, »

- Chris Cabin

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