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Mondo Teases Comic-Con Offerings: Ant-man, Aliens, Tmnt, and More

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One of the most popular booths at San Diego Comic-Con every year belongs to the folks at Mondo. They put out fantastic exclusives each day of the convention, and people stand in line for hours just to get a chance to purchase one. This year will be no different, and today Mondo offered a tease of a few of the things they’ll have available. They include: An Ant-Man screen print from artist Kevin Tong, printed on holofoil. The regular version of the poster will be on sale on Mondo’s site at a future date. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 1/6 scale figures (the first being Leonardo) and a 12” Hellboy statue. Aliens The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack on vinyl by James Horner, with artwork by artist Killian Eng. And Superman: The Animated Series die-cut single on vinyl by Shirley Walker, artwork by Phantom City Creative’s Justin Erickson. There are plenty more surprises in store, »

- Adam Chitwood

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The Gallows: Win Free Tickets to the Comic-Con Screening

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If you need to get your summer horror movie fix and you’re going to be in San Diego during Comic-Con, then we’ve got some good news. We’re pleased to announce that we will be giving out 15 pairs of tickets to see an early screening of The Gallows Wednesday night, and if you win a pair, you’re getting in. For those who are unfamiliar with the found-footage horror film, it takes place twenty years after an accident caused the death of the lead actor during the performance of a high school play. Now, students of the same school plan to re-enact the play as an historic homage, but someone – or something – will do anything to stop them. Take that, theater nerds. In order to put yourself in the running to get a pair of tickets, just send an e-mail to thecollidermailbox@gmail.com with your name and »

- Matt Goldberg

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Fatal Attraction Reboot Brewing at Fox; Mad Men Writers Attached

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Fox announced today that its developing an event special centered around a reboot of Fatal Attraction, Adrian Lyne's surprise 1987 hit that hinges on an extramarital affair that ruins a young professional's life. According to THR, Paramount Television and Fox are planning the series to be a short-order event series, not unlike the Rosemary's Baby reboot, with the possible chance for a second season, depending on how all of this shakes out in terms of ratings. Lyne's film tracked the devolving personal life of Dan Gallagher (Michael Douglas) following a short-lived affair with Alex Forrest (Glenn Close), who goes as far as to attempt to kill his wife (Anne Archer) and finally him, but there's no certainty if this will be the same narrative trajectory of the series. [caption id="attachment_480543" align="alignright" width="350"] Image via Paramount[/caption] In fact, if ever there was an '80s film that could use a bit of retooling, it's »

- Chris Cabin

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Watch: Stephen Colbert Takes Over Michigan Public Access Show; Interviews Eminem

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While Stephen Colbert’s tenure as the new Late Show host doesn’t officially begin until September, he’s started testing the waters with a few online-only videos in recent weeks. The first came on June 3rd, when Colbert shared a video in which he finally shaved off “The Colbeard,” and subsequent videos have seen him testing out material that he and his writers have been working on. But the latest video is the most ambitious yet, as Colbert flew to Michigan and took over a public access show called Only in Monroe. He didn’t just pop in and tell some jokes—he hosted the entire, 40-minute show, complete with segments and interviews. And for the cherry on top, Colbert brought on Eminem (yes the real Eminem) and interviewed him live. This is pretty great, and it also serves as a way of somewhat teasing what Colbert’s Late Show will look like. »

- Adam Chitwood

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Jeffrey Dean Morgan Talks Extant Season 2, Halle Berry, and More

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The CBS mystery thriller Extant, about female astronaut Molly Woods (Academy Award winner Halle Berry), is back for Season 2. Having discovered that she has unwittingly put the human race on a path to destruction, Molly and Jd Richter (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), a roguish womanizer and mercenary/bounty hunter who has his own doubts about what’s really going on, may be the only hope for survival. [caption id="attachment_480319" align="alignright" width="237"] Image via CBS[/caption] At a press day for the re-booted show’s new season, actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan spoke to Collider for this exclusive interview about how he just couldn’t turn down Halle Berry and executive producer Steven Spielberg, when it came to signing on for this show, what appealed to him about this character, playing the everyman on a show with future tech, the fun dynamic between Molly and Jd, the appeal of a shorter season, and how much he loves working with Halle Berry. »

- Christina Radish

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The Transporter Refueled Trailer Establishes Blood Ties

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When the first trailer for The Transporter Refueled came out in March, Matt had a strong reaction to say the least. Not a whole lot has changed from that trailer to this one, the official cut that lists the newly rescheduled release date as September 4, 2015. Sure, Ed Skrein isn't Jason Statham, but he seems more than capable of pulling off the action and stunt sequences in this beat-em-up, smash-em-up thriller. While the main draw of this film (and potential sequels if successful) is clearly the adrenaline-fueled car chase scenes, this trailer reveals that the writers are at least trying to tug on the heartstrings just a bit when a close family member of the Transporter finds himself in mortal danger. Other than that, what you see is what you get. Check out the official trailer for The Transporter Refueled below: Here's the synopsis for The Transporter Refueled: Frank Martin »

- Dave Trumbore

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Exclusive: Watch a New IMAX Feaurette for Terminator Genisys

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With Terminator Genisys now in theaters, IMAX has provided us with an exclusive featurette which features director Alan Taylor and actors Jai Courtney, Emilia Clarke and Jason Clarke discussing what it was like to join the Terminator franchise and by extension its legacy.  As I have said a few times, I really enjoyed Terminator Genisys. It’s easily the 3rd best in the franchise behind Terminator and Terminator 2: Judgement Day and feels more in the James Cameron universe than any of the other sequels. I also really enjoyed seeing Schwarzenegger play his most iconic role again. Hopefully audiences turn out for this because everyone involved wants to make a trilogy of new Terminator movies, and I want to see what the next two installments have in store. Here’s the featurette: - About Terminator Genisys:   Sgt. Kyle Reese (Jai Courtney) is sent back to 1984 by the leader of »

- Steve 'Frosty' Weintraub

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Comic-Con 2015: WB Confirms Batman V Superman, Pan, and More for Hall H

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In a shocking turn of events, Warner Bros. will be bringing Warner Bros. movies to the Warner Bros. Hall H panel at Comic-Con. When the Comic-Con schedule for Saturday, July 11th was posted, Warner Bros. had 10:30am – 12:00pm time slot, but didn’t list what they would be bringing. We knew Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was on tap since Hall H is tailor-made for that kind of presentation, and they brought a first look at the movie during last year’s WB panel. The studio has sent out a press release confirming Batman v Superman as well as Pan and The Man from U.N.C.L.E., both of which will be released later this year. Addtionally, the studio teased that they “will also present some unexpected offerings that are sure to delight the crowd.” Nothing will delight that crowd more than anything and everything Justice League. It’s »

- Matt Goldberg

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The Birds Remake Lands Director Diederik Van Rooijen

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It takes a bold individual to think to themselves, "You know, Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds could use a remake," and a bolder one still to put that plan into motion. Enter Michael Bay and his Platinum Dunes production company, who have teamed up with Peter Guber's Mandalay Pictures to revisit and remake the 1963 horror classic. Along with Universal, the production companies have now tapped director Diederik Van Rooijen (Daylight) to helm the picture. Variety reports that Van Rooijen is leading the flock on The Birds remake, but no new plot details are available at this point. The original film, adapted from Daphne Du Maurier's short story, centered on a San Francisco socialite who moves north to a small California town, only to find that it's come under attack from various types of birds. If you're unfamiliar with the picture, this trailer should help give you a general idea »

- Dave Trumbore

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Deutschland 83: Watch Martin Discover Duran Duran on Cassette in New Clip

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Fans of The Americans and, frankly, just of good TV should be watching Deutschland 83. Sundance TV’s broadcast of the German-language Cold War series stars Jonas Nay as Martin, a young East German man chosen to participate in a spy operation in West Germany (largely against his will) to infiltrate Nato operations, is fantastic fun. But as Martin struggles with the demands of his covert operations, he also comes up against the huge differences between living in an area control by the U.S.S.R., and one influenced by the West. (You can read my full review here). Though the show is fairly even with its politics (so far), one of the most striking images from the show’s premiere was when Martin found himself in a West German grocery store, filled with glowing racks of soft drinks and more, plus food he’d never had access to »

- Allison Keene

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Paul Thomas Anderson to Write and Possibly Direct Pinocchio for Robert Downey Jr.

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There are two ways to look at the news that Paul Thomas Anderson will write and possibly direct a live-action Pinocchio starring Robert Downey Jr. The first way to take this report from THR is to feel morose that not even an auteur like Anderson can escape the black hole of live-action adaptations of children’s tales that were previously adapted into Disney movies. Anderson will be creating something that will have to compete with the likes of Tinkerbell, The Jungle Book, Beauty and the Beast, Dumbo, Mulan, Winnie the Pooh, Pinnocchio, and a twist on Jack and the Beanstalk all in the pipeline. [caption id="attachment_480487" align="alignright" width="350"] Image via Disney[/caption] However, this one isn’t from Disney, and PTA might get a bit more freedom since this is coming from Warner Bros., which, judging by the trailers, let Joe Wright go wild with the Peter Pan prequel, Pan. Furthermore, Downey could be »

- Matt Goldberg

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Rick And Morty Season 2 Trailer Features New Inventions, More Burps

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Adult Swim is gearing up for the next season of Rick and Morty, their cultish animated hit following the inter-dimensional doings of the titular mad-scientist grandfather and dopey grandson. Today, the network finally released a full trailer for Rick and Morty Season 2 and there's some revealing details that can be gleaned from the scenes previewed. Most remarkable is the narrative decision to have the entire family, outside of the titular duo, get involved in their crazed adventures across inventive planets with aliens and creatures that, often enough, act just like humans. Indeed, the trailer makes a point of highlighting a scene where Morty's mother, Beth, tells her husband, Jerry, that they have to listen to Ricky from here on out, which seems like a risky proposition to say the very least. And though I didn't see a single Mr. Meeseeks, there are plenty of creatures and wild landscapes at play in the trailer, »

- Chris Cabin

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Bryan Singer Explains X-men: Days Of Future Past — Rogue Cut in New Clip

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Director Bryan Singer has gotten an awful lot of mileage out of the scenes of X-Men: Days of Future Past he originally cut out of the finished film. Dubbed the "Rogue Cut" thanks to the footage featuring Anna Paquin's character that was almost entirely excised from the theatrical cut, this alternate version now weaves those scenes back in to put a different twist on the story. In addition to the expanded narrative, this new version will also have nearly 90 minutes of all-new special features. Some of this material has already been released online. You can check out some of the restored footage, like Beast (Nicholas Hoult) and Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence) engaging in a little romance here, as well as an extended look at Rogue Cut here. Watch snippets of X-Men: Days of Future Past - Rogue Cut with an intro from Singer below: The film hits Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD on July 14th, »

- Dave Trumbore

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Bruce Campbell Gets Bloody in First Ash Vs Evil Dead Image

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In advance of their arrival at Comic-Con 2015, Starz has revealed the first image from their new series, Ash vs Evil Dead. The ten-episode first season of the half-hour horror/comedy series will debut this fall with star Bruce Campbell reprising his role as Ash, the chainsaw-handed, Deadite-killing stock boy who is drawn back into the battle against the Evil Dead after living peacefully for the last 30 years. Campbell, who is featured front and bloody center in the first image, produces alongside original filmmakers Sam Raimi and Bob Tapert, and showrunner Greg Digregorio. Here's what the always-charming Campbell says about Ash's activity level of late: “Not much!” says Campbell. “He was perfectly happy doing basically nothing: telling lies about how he lost his hand in bars late at night. That was basically his Mo. So, he’s not really the guy who should be dealing with this right now. But…he is. »

- Dave Trumbore

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Park Bench: Watch Steve Buscemi Get Robbed by Mark Boone Junior

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In case you didn't know, Steve Buscemi (Boardwalk Empire) has been starring in an Emmy-nominated AOL (!) web series where he interviews other celebrities on a park bench, called (yep) Park Bench. Like Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, Buscemi talks to his friends about New York, along with everything else. And speaking of comedians and New York, this first clip from a bonus episode of the show below feels very reminiscent of Louie, as it's shot like a silent film (where Buscemi is getting casually robbed by Mark Boone Junior), but with a twist at the end: [complextv contentid="d0cnB5dTo4vyk1hNaV5WQFuz0R3wz9_Q" sitename="collider" playerid="26aa5f02d93f4c05a4546f6d5ecb59b7" adsetid="67a3ff9d3a842ae818bb9de1badc5b0" width="600" height="360" keywords=""] - In this second clip from this week's other new episode, Buscemi talks about his time with Boone, David Johansen talks about New York Dolls, and the Main Squeeze Orchestra mixes it up with Buster Poindexter. You can check out the full clip here: [complextv contentid="lrb3B5dTrT9RKopRw7kb1RboTtkZlpg1" sitename="collider" playerid="26aa5f02d93f4c05a4546f6d5ecb59b7" adsetid="67a3ff9d3a842ae818bb9de1badc5b0" width="600" height="360" keywords=""] - Here's a little more about the show, »

- Allison Keene

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Batman V Superman Toys Revealed; Will Be Available as Comic-Con Exclusives

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The toys always have a jump on the movies. Mattel is set to debut a lineup of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice action figures, Batmobiles, and dolls at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, and they give us a slightly closer look at the characters, or at least characters in their plastic-form. USA Today has shared some images of the exclusive toys that Comic-Con attendees will have a chance to buy and then sell for an exorbitant amount on eBay. Mattel will be selling a Batman and Superman action-figure two-pack for $30. Per USA Today, "Each of the 6-inch-tall figures comes with fabric capes, display bases that combine to form the film's iconic logo, and lights-and-sounds packaging teasing one of the big moments from the upcoming movie.  There will also be a die-cast Hot Wheels of the new Batmobile for $25. [caption id="attachment_480377" align="aligncenter" width="540"] Image via Mattel[/caption] [caption id="attachment_480381" align="aligncenter" width="540"] Image via Mattel[/caption] Fans can »

- Matt Goldberg

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The 14 Greatest Kids Cartoons of the 90s

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Without question, the 1990s were full of some fantastic cartoons. The expansion of original programming on cable channels like Nickelodeon, the Disney Channel, and Cartoon Network (and the subsequent competition among all kids-oriented programming blocs) led to a new era of creativity, and animation that started evolving away from the previously ubiquitous Hanna-Barbera style. But what were some of the very best of the best? We at Collider dug into our mind palaces of TV nostalgia to come up with the following list of beloved 90s series, and divided up the results. But first, here’s a look at our methodology: TV shows had to premiere between 1990-1999, and be aimed at a kid-friendly audience (which precludes Beavis and Butt-Head, SouthPark, The Pj’s, etc — look for them to be included in future lists). The shows chosen are ones we both liked and found to be significant in some way »

- Collider Staff

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Channing Tatum Talks Gambit, Card Tricks, Cajun Accents, and Costumes

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While doing his press tour for Magic Mike Xxl, it was only a matter of time until someone asked Channing Tatum about prepping for his Gambit role. Though he didn't reveal too much in the way of plot details or his character arc, Tatum did assuage some fan fears regarding card tricks, his Cajun accent, and the X-Man's costume. Magic Mike Xxl writer/producer Reid Carolin, who is also a producer on the Gambit film, was also on hand to talk about how the standalone film would fit into the overall superhero universe. I was particularly interested in Tatum's approach to finding the perfect accent for Gambit, as explained here: "I'm from the south, so I know who to go to to find the accent. I haven't found 'the guy' yet, because generally that's how I do accents. I'll find the person I want to sound like and not just do a generic Cajun accent. »

- Dave Trumbore

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Monopoly Movie Passes Go with Lionsgate, Hasbro, and Screenwriter Andrew Niccol

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The latest movie adaptation news out of Hasbro's impressive collection of properties concerns Monopoly, the family-favorite board game that teaches financial management and the brutal practice of capitalism. Hasbro Allspark Pictures will be producing the picture (ie the player) with Lionsgate now coming onboard to provide financing (ie the banker). In addition to this partnership, Andrew Niccol (The Truman Show) has been set to pen the adaptation, which is expected to center on a boy from the game's budget-priced Baltic Avenue who sets out into the world to make his fortune. [caption id="attachment_385963" align="alignright" width="360"] Image via Hasbro[/caption] Variety reports on the progress of Monopoly, though there's little mention of Emmett/Furla, the production company that previously acquired the rights to the board game adaptation from Hasbro. They've been trying to get the project off the ground since  2013. This past January, producer Randall Emmett said that he expected to announce a cast and director soon, »

- Dave Trumbore

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Whatever Happened to Marvel One-Shots?

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Marvel One-Shots were a nice addition on the Blu-rays for Phase One Marvel movies. They filled in little details, helped to further popularize Agent Coulson (Clark Gregg), and then they got bigger. There wouldn’t be an Agent Carter TV series without the One-Shot, and the most recent one, “All Hail the King”, was a lot of fun. But that was all the way back at the Blu-ray for Iron Man 3, and we haven’t heard word about any new ones since. [caption id="attachment_280657" align="alignright" width="350"] Image via Marvel Studios[/caption] So what happened? Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige spoke to Steve at the Ant-Man press day, and they talked about the absence of the One-Shots: Collider: A lot of people wanted to know if you’re still planning any one-shots and they are disappointed that they haven’t seen any in a while.   Kevin Feige: I’m disappointed too! Frankly, »

- Matt Goldberg

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