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Heroes: ‘The New Mutants’ Is a Pure Horror Film

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On this 204th episode of Heroes (December 13, 2017), Jon Schnepp is joined by Amy Dallen and Robert Meyer Burnett to bring you the latest news from the world of Heroes and Villain and answer your Twitter questions which include: The New Mutants is a pure horror film, and just happens to have superheroes in it. Disney/Fox Merger announcement expected this Thursday. Minor Mutations Venom flies a motorcycle in Bts pics The Punisher gets a Season 2 Pepper Potts might suit up in Bts motion capture pic Black Panther International Japanese trailer Who will replace Firestrom in CW's … »

- Collider Video

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Watch: Top 50 Superhero Movies of All Time—#26-21

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The superhero movie genre is one of the biggest and most popular around, but finding a consensus on the very best superhero movies ever made is tough. Which is why the folks at Collider Video came together to discuss, debate, and downright fight over the Top 50 superhero movies of all time. The result is an in-depth video countdown series encapsulating everything from Richard Donner’s original Superman to Spider-Man: Homecoming, counting down from 50 to 1 (plus honorable mentions) to result in a definitive yet still debatable list of the very best superhero movies ever made. Each … »

- Collider Video

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Mike Flanagan’s Long-Delayed ‘Before I Wake’ Finally Has a Release Date

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Mike Flanagan has been on a role with Netflix over the past couple years, first with his spin on home invasion horror Hush and again this year with his triumphant Stephen King adaptation Gerald's Game, so it's fitting that the streaming network has stepped in to save his long-languished film Before I Wake. You may remember the first trailer dropping back in 2015, or perhaps the second one the year after, which landed with a shiny new release date that never came to pass. Starring Kate Bosworth, and Thomas Jane, the film follows a married couple who … »

- Haleigh Foutch

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Watch: Christopher Nolan Breaks Down one of ‘Dunkirk’s Most Intense Scenes

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With awards season in full swing, Christopher Nolan's epic World War II thriller Dunkirk is racking up critical laurels and awards nominations, including 3 Golden Globes and 8 Critics Choice Awards nominations. So naturally, Warner Bros. is boosting the spotlight for Nolan and the film, which arrived in theaters back in July, making it one of the rare summer film to make its way into the awards race. Good news for us, because we've got some new insight into how Nolan structured his breathless piece of bravura war cinema. The director spoke to the New York Times for … »

- Haleigh Foutch

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Ed Helms on Comedy Central’s New Special, ‘The Fake News with Ted Nelms’

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The Fake News with Ted Nelms, starring and executive produced by Ed Helms, is a ridiculous, made-up news show that resembles actual news, but is instead a constant stream of jokes delivered with such an extreme deadpan that it will be hard not to laugh at the absurdity of it all. The hour-long Comedy Central satirical news special directed at the current political climate marks Helms’ return to the network, nearly a decade after his run on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart ended. During this 1-on-1 phone interview with Collider, actor Ed Helms talked about … »

- Christina Radish

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Colton Haynes Is Returning to ‘Arrow’

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Colton Haynes' Roy Harper has been gone but not forgotten from the Arrow-verse. Though he officially exited in Arrow Season 3 when his contract was up, he had a brief appearance in Season 4, and has been mentioned often on the show since. He even bequeathed his Arsenal suit to Thea so she could become Speedy. But Roy's move to Hub City and ending his relationship with Thea has never felt quite right, so it's great to hear that he'll be returning to Arrow this year – even just for a short time. EPs Marc Guggenheim and … »

- Allison Keene

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Christopher Meloni and Patton Oswalt on the Insane Syfy Series ‘Happy!’

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Based on the graphic novel from Grant Morrison, the Syfy series Happy! follows Nick Sax (played with pitch-perfect mad genius style by Christopher Meloni), an alcoholic, corrupt ex-cop turned hitman who happens upon a tiny and relentlessly optimistic imaginary blue winged horse named Happy (voiced with undying positivity by Patton Oswalt). They are an unlikely pair forced to team up to solve a mystery, but having to work together might not change either of them for the better. During this interview with Collider, actors Christopher Meloni and Patton Oswalt talked about what attracted them to this wild and … »

- Christina Radish

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‘Jean-Claude Van Johnson’ Review: A Spinning and Kicking Good Time

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Fans of Tropic Thunder will immediately feel a kinship towards Jean-Claude Van Johnson, a spoof of action movies and the bulky stars who lead them. The Amazon series reintroduces us to “the Muscles from Brussels,” Jean-Claude Van Damme, who we soon learn has been using his celebrity as a cover for covert operations that include taking down an international drug ring. Jean-Claude Van Johnson is one of Amazon’s 2016 pilots that was voted on to be made into a series, and its brief six-episode has the beats of the action movies it spoofs. In that … »

- Allison Keene

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Rene Russo on ‘Just Getting Started’, Reteaming with Director Ron Shelton, and More

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Written and directed by Ron Shelton, the comedy Just Getting Started follows Duke (Morgan Freeman), the manager with a mysterious past who is making the luxury Palm Springs resort known as Villa Capri a fun, non-stop party place for its residents. But when ex-military man Leo (Tommy Lee Jones) shows up and makes eyes at the newly arrived Suzie (Rene Russo), it triggers a competition between the two men that has both hilarious and dangerous consequences. At the film’s press day, Collider got the opportunity to sit down and chat 1-on-1 with actress Rene Russo, … »

- Christina Radish

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Movie Talk: Woody Harrelson in Talks to Join ‘Venom’

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On this episode of Collider Movie Talk (Wednesday December 13th, 2017) Mark Ellis, Jon Schnepp, Clarke Wolfe, Ashley Mova discuss the following: Will Fantastic Four rights land with Disney if sale goes through? Guillermo del Toro set to direct Nightmare Alley remake and will produce Scott Cooper’s Antlers. Woody Harrelson in talks to join Tom Hardy in Venom. Jennifer Lawrence to star in Icelandic drama Burial Rites for Call Me by Your Name director, Luca Guadagnino. Joe Johnston to direct Disney's Nutcracker and the Four Realms reshoots. Mail Bag Live Twitter Questions [caption id="attachment_680154" align="aligncenter" width="… »

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Meet the Star-Crossed Lovers of ‘Storm: A Star Wars Indie’ in the Parody’s First Trailer

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There's very little room for romance in the Star Wars cinematic universe. And unless Rian Johnson's Star Wars: The Last Jedi is a rom-com in disguise, fans looking for a little bit of love in the galaxy far, far away will have to turn to other lore in the canon/Legends or fan-fiction for their fix. With that in mind, the folks over at Funny or Die have put together a new trailer for the romance-focused fan film Storm: A Star Wars Indie. The project hails from actor/writer/director Ryan Coopersmith and writer/director/… »

- Dave Trumbore

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10 Things to Know About ‘Alita: Battle Angel’ Including Rating and How Robert Rodriguez Got the Job

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Years ago, James Cameron was debating between making two projects: Avatar and Alita: Battle Angel. As we all know, he chose Avatar, which went on to become the highest-grossing movie in history and has led to the visionary director spending the last few years developing four sequels, the first of which is currently filming. While Alita: Battle Angel could have been left in the scrap pile of ideas and half-written scripts, never to see the light of day, the project had at least one person hungry to see it on movie screens: director Robert Rodriguez. [caption id="attachment_679614" … »

- Steve 'Frosty' Weintraub

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Here’s What’s Leaving Netflix in January 2018

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Plenty of great titles are coming to Netflix next month, but that also means the streaming service is clearing out some titles as well. They’ve announced what will be leaving in January, and it includes the standard mix of movies and shows that will cause us to say a fond farewell and good riddance. Films and series leaving Netflix in January include Chicago, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Forrest Gump, Gremlins, Mean Girls, Miss Congeniality, Pulp Fiction, Requiem for a Dream, the first seven Saw movies, The Addams Family, The Mighty Ducks, Futurama Seasons 7-10, and the entire … »

- Matt Goldberg

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Here’s What’s Coming to Netflix in January 2018

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If you’re hoping to start off the New Year by loading up your Netflix list, you won’t be disappointed. The streaming service has announced what’s being added, and there’s no shortage of films and TV shows to fill up your time, or just browse endlessly before eventually settling on the most comforting title available. New titles for January include Apollo 13, Batman, Batman Returns, Batman Begins, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Bring It On, the Lethal Weapon series, Love Actually, Marie Antoinette, National Treasure, The Godfather trilogy, The Italian Job, The Shawshank Redemption, The Truman Show, Willy … »

- Matt Goldberg

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‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Director and Cast on How the Film Differs from ‘Force Awakens’

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Because of all the secrecy surrounding each new Star Wars film, we typically find ourselves having to speak with the cast before we actually get to see just where things are headed next. While that means we can’t delve into specific plot points, we can still share fun stories from the experience the cast and filmmaker had, in making the next installment in the beloved franchise, and share what it means to them to be a part of this world At the Los Angeles junket for Star Wars: The Last Jedi, cast members Mark Hamill, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, … »

- Christina Radish

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Exclusive: ‘Birdboy: The Forgotten Children’ Clip Hints at the Darkness That Lies Within

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It's my pleasure to share with you today an exclusive Birdboy: The Forgotten Children clip. The upcoming animated release from Gkids captures the dark coming-of-age tale laid out in the pages of Alberto Vázquez's "Psiconautas" comic and brings the story to life in a visually striking way. Vázquez co-directed this 2015 award-winning film alongside co-writer/co-director Pedro Rivero, and now Gkids is bringing it Stateside for a big-screen release. The feature-length film follows up on the 2011 animated short Birdboy from the writing/directing duo and centers on … »

- Dave Trumbore

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2017 SAG Nominations Show Love to ‘The Big Sick’, ‘Three Billboards’, and More

18 hours ago

The only thing that’s become clear about the 2017 Oscar race is that nothing is clear. The critics groups have made their voices heard, and yet those voices were all over the place recognizing a diverse group of movies ranging from Get Out to The Shape of Water to The Post to Lady Bird to Mudbound and more. But Oscar voters are comprised of people working in the industry, and those industry members make their voices heard in their individual guild awards. The largest bloc of voters is comprised of actors, which is why it’s a good idea … »

- Matt Goldberg

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Watch the ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Cast Give Their Theories on Supreme Leader Snoke

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Supreme Leader Snoke (Andy Serkis) was a bit of a mystery when he popped up in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and while he seemed to fill the role that the Emperor did in the Original Trilogy, his origin naturally raised a series of questions about how he rose to power, where he came from, if he had any ties to previously seen characters, and more. For those who don't know, the Internet has been bubbling with Snoke theories since the character appeared, and we even compiled our own list of where the character came from shortly after The … »

- Matt Goldberg

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‘Die Hard’, ‘Titanic’, ‘Memento’, ‘Superman’ and More Added to National Film Registry

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Every December, the National Film Preservation Board (Nfpb) announces the 25 films that will be added to the National Film Registry. These films were deemed to be “culturally, historically or aesthetically” significant, and must have been released at least 10 years ago. The Nfpb usually makes some solid selections, finding a nice balance between recent fan favorites and deeper, more obscure content that’s just as valuable despite not being as well-known. This year they’ve struck that balance again with the bigger films including Die Hard, Ace in the Hole, Dumbo, Field of Dreams, 4 Little Girls, The … »

- Matt Goldberg

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Allison Keene’s 25 Best TV Shows of 2017, Ranked

18 hours ago

End of the year lists for the best of TV are becoming increasingly futile yet increasingly necessary. With over 450 scripted shows airing this past year on broadcast, cable, and streaming, it’s impossible to watch everything. Doing a Top 10 list feels too meager, so like last year, I’ll be expanding to a Top 25. But the reality is that I’m limiting myself to 25. I watched some or all of well over 120 series this year, which is only a fraction of what was available. Even among all of that noise (and there was a lot … »

- Allison Keene

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