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Kevin Feige on Marvel’s Plans for Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the McU

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Back in May 2008, Iron Man launched what would become the movie juggernaut known as the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Since Marvel loves putting on a good show, you can bank on something special coming for the shared movie-verse's upcoming 10th anniversary. In addition to the 2018 releases Black Panther, Avengers: Infinity War (which opens right around the 10th anniversary date, not by coincidence I'm sure), and Ant-Man and the Wasp, fans can expect a celebration of the past decade of comic-book adaptations for the big and small screens. Our own Steve Weintraub recently had a … »

- Dave Trumbore

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‘The Flash’: Harrison Wells 2.0 Returns in the Trailer for “Luck Be a Lady”

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I cannot tell you how relieved I was to see The Flash embracing more of its lighter, Season 1 sensibilities in "Mixed Signals," and it looks like that is not going to just be a one-off. The promo for "Luck Be a Lady" shows Team Flash still having fun fighting their Metas of the Week. And while Barry essentially slipping on a banana peel (and those sound effects!) to start things off might be a little much, gosh darn it if it doesn't bring some joy to my heart. The most important revelation from this trailer (which is … »

- Allison Keene

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‘Roman J. Israel, Esq’ Gets Recut Following Tiff Premiere

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Roman J. Israel, Esq. made its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival last month, and it’s okay. Despite another outstanding performance from Denzel Washington, the plot meanders and lacks immediacy. Apparently, Washington and writer-director Dan Gilroy were able to read the room and see that the film wasn’t landing quite the way they had hoped, so they’ve recut the movie a bit. According to Deadline, “They dropped a dozen minutes from the running time, moved up a key scene, dropped another, and radically changed the musical backdrop.” I’m not sure how much this … »

- Matt Goldberg

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‘Michael Jackson’s Halloween’ Special Trailer Will Haunt Your Dreams

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Let the Halloween horror begin! The first trailer for CBS's upcoming animated special Michael Jackson's Halloween is here and it sure is something. The "unexpected, magical adventure" will center on two Millennials who meet on Halloween night at a funky, mysterious hotel. That Rocky Horror Picture Show-esque premise will then transition into what's probably a whimsical musical adventure filled with the familiar songs of the late Michael Jackson. Is this thing destined to be a holiday classic played on the network every year? Maybe, but it's hard to tell from this trailer. While the music … »


- Dave Trumbore

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‘Ahs: Cult’ Guide, Week 7: Every Question Before “Winter of Our Discontent”

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Like a tweet sent at 4 a.m. by the president, American Horror Story usually leaves us with far more questions than answers. Each week, we’re going to take a deeper look into every question the anthology gore-a-palooza needs to A. Oh man, if you’re the type of person (see: me) who enjoys when American Horror Story puts its Important Commentary on the backburner and just cranks the crazy levels up to maximum cocaine, then boy howdy was “Valerie Solanas Died For Your Sins: Scumbag” an episode for you (see: me). Living wonder Frances Conroy showed … »

- Vinnie Mancuso

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‘Bright’ Featurette Breaks Down Human/Orc Relationship and Magic Wands

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Netflix has released a new Bright featurette. David Ayer’s upcoming film stars Will Smith as an Lapd cop who has to partner with an orc (Joel Edgerton), the first of his kind to ever join the force. Their contentious relationship is further tested when they come across a magic wand, which is the equivalent of a nuclear weapon in their world. Looking at Bright, you may think, “This looks like the dumbest thing ever. Why would Netflix pay tens of millions of dollars for this?” and the answer is that Netflix doesn’t function like a traditional studio. It’… »

- Matt Goldberg

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Josh Brolin on Getting “Beat to Shit” in ‘Deadpool 2’ and When ‘X-Force’ Might Start Filming

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An actor is lucky if he or she gets to experience one big resurgence in his or her career, but to get two big boosts is extremely rare. Josh Brolin obviously gained renewed prominence for his terrific starring turn in Best Picture-winner No Country for Old Men, after which he got to show off his dramatic chops in films like W. and Milk. But now Brolin is venturing into a very different kind of movie territory: the superhero genre. The actor plays the Marvel Cinematic Universe Big Bad Thanos in the upcoming Avengers sequels, but he also landed the … »

- Adam Chitwood

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Watch: Donate to Charity for the Chance to Be on a ‘Rick and Morty’ Commentary Track

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Rick and Morty just wrapped its best season yet, and the third season Blu-ray/DVD will be on its way sometime in the near future. Co-creators Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon make for an entertaining pair, and now you have the chance to join them on a commentary track. They’ve joined up with Omaze to offer fans a chance to join Roiland and Harmon on a commentary track. Considering some of the losers in the Rick and Morty fanbase, that’s a risky proposition, so hopefully the winner will be at least moderately sane and not someone … »

- Matt Goldberg

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Upcoming Superhero Movie Release Dates: From 2017 to 2021

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Last Updated: October 18th There’s no denying that the most popular genre around these days is the superhero movie. Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Trilogy proved that comic book adaptations could be just as dramatic and heavy as non-genre films, Marvel Studios jumpstarted a massive interconnected series of superhero movies that were significantly more colorful and humorous, and audiences have been turning out to both kinds of superhero films in droves. With nearly every major studio now working to turn its own comic book properties into the next big thing, and with Marvel Studios and Warner Bros. plotting … »

- Adam Chitwood

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Oscar Beat: Best Director Predictions – Is This Christopher Nolan’s Year?

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The current state of the Oscar race is so unclear that in putting together a list of potential Best Director candidates, the list becomes almost humorously long. Given the unpredictability of last year’s outcome, the influx of new members, and the diversity of films that have connected with audiences so far this year, there are a lot of exciting possibilities when it comes to who may find themselves in the nomination circle. One major possibility, and possibly even the frontrunner at this point, is Christopher Nolan. The accomplished filmmaker was infamously passed over for a nomination for The Dark … »

- Adam Chitwood

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5 Evil Doll Movies That Are Actually Scary

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Note: Collider’s Halloween horror month continues this week with an all-out monster mash! Yesterday we ranked cinema’s best monsters, the best vampire movies, and today we’re counting highlighting five evil doll movies to get you in the spooky spirit.  The Child’s Play franchise centers on a doll possessed by a serial killer (Brad Dourif) via black magic. It would be an unhinged understatement to say that half of the films’ “juice” comes from the thrill of watching a toy curse loudly and regularly. The other half, however, comes from a long-standing flashpoint of imagination: … »

- Chris Cabin

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‘The Flash’ Recap: “Mixed Signals” – We Are The Flash

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The Flash is back to form! After a rather dark season last year, the fun, laugh-inducing CW superhero show has returned to what we first fell in love with. The first couple seasons of the series offered levity and heart that contrasted the dark, more violent companion series, Arrow, and that distinction was sorely missed. In “Mixed Signals,” The Flash found its spirit again in its characters, their relationships and humor. Post-Speed Force Barry is a blast. He’s fun, energetic and making up for his lost six months. Risky Business Barry had me grooving on my couch, … »

- Carla Day

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Alison Brie and Betty Gilpin Suit up in New ‘Glow’ Season 2 Set Photo

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The gorgeous ladies of wrestling, a.k.a. Glow, are back in business! Back in August, Netflix announced they were headed back into the ring for Season 2 and production is already underway on the new season of the breakout hit. Alison Brie announced "We're back" on Instagram, where she posted the first behind the scenes set photo from Season 2, striking a pose alongside co-star Betty Gilpin. If you haven’t caught up yet, Marc Maron stars alongside Brie and Gilpin, along with Sydelle NoelBritney YoungBritt BaronKimmy GatewoodSunita ManiKate NashGayle Rankin, … »

- Haleigh Foutch

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‘Lone Wolf and Cub’ Adaptation Lands ‘Se7en’ Scribe Andrew Kevin Walker

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The Lone Wolf and Cub remake has been percolating for a few years here in the States, but gets another boost forward today with the announcement of a new, veteran writer coming aboard. Andrew Kevin Walker will bring his screenwriting talent to the adaptation of writer Kazuo Koike and artist Goseki Kojima's 1970s manga series for a live-action movie produced by Justin Lin and Steven Paul. Lin still has his eye on the director's chair but no announcements have been made just yet. THR reported that Kevin Walker has joined Paramount's plan to adapt the seminal … »

- Dave Trumbore

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Exclusive ‘Totem’ Images Tease Supernatural Terrors with a Twist

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Today, we're happy to debut some exclusive new images from Totem, the new Blumhouse horror pic headed to HBO/Cinemax just in time for Halloween. Totem is the feature writing debut of ex-Collider staffer Evan Dickson. Directed by Deadgirl helmer Marcel Sarmiento, the film follows a teenage girl (Kerris Dorsey), who must resort to extreme measures in order to protect her family from a supernatural entity. If that sounds a bit broad, don't worry, Sarmiento's work on Deadgirl proves he can deliver some supremely twisted genre subversion, and according to Dickson, the script was designed to … »

- Haleigh Foutch

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5 Superman Movies That Never Happened: From ‘Superman Lives’ to ‘Batman vs. Superman’

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Although there have been eight produced feature films about the character, with someone as iconic as Superman there have been plenty more that were planned, developed, and even written, only to fall by the wayside for one reason or another. Christopher Reeve brought the character to vivid life on the big screen in 1978’s Superman, but after his tenure ended with 1987’s Superman IV: The Quest for Peace following diminishing returns, Hollywood spent over a decade trying to figure out how best to get the Man of Steel back on the screen. We know the movies that did … »

- Adam Chitwood

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26 Images from the ‘Twin Peaks’ Pop-Up Shop in Hollywood: Costumes, Props, and Pie

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What better way to commemorate and celebrate Twin Peaks: The Return than with a Double R Diner Pop-Up Shop, hosted by Showtime and just in time for Halloween. Open from October 16 through 22 from 12pm - 8pm daily, the shop has taken over the old Johnny Rockets on Melrose Avenue in Hollywood, where fans will have the opportunity to purchase merchandise (from buttons, keychains and socks to lunchboxes, baseball caps and mugs) and David Lynch Coffee, while you sit at the counter and have a donut, mini cherry pie or macaron cookie, all while listening to the vinyl soundtrack … »

- Christina Radish

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‘Big Hero 6: The Series’ to Kick Things Off with a TV Movie, ‘Baymax Returns’

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It's been some time since we've seen our buddy Baymax and the Big Hero 6 team; almost three years to the day, in fact. But that all changed today as Disney Xd has announced the launch date for the network's TV series take on the Disney animated movie. Much like how the channel's recent relaunch of DuckTales kicked things off with a TV movie before rolling out weekly episodes, so too will Big Hero 6 be making a splash with an hourlong premiere event before arriving in earnest in early 2018. Disney Xd's animated Big … »

- Dave Trumbore

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Josh Brolin Says ‘Sicario’ Sequel ‘Soldado’ Is “More Severe” and “Much Bigger”

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The 2015 crime drama Sicario was one of the best films of that year and earned extremely high praise, but it wasn’t exactly a movie that was screaming for a sequel. And yet, writer Taylor Sheridan—who also wrote Hell or High Water and wrote and directed this year’s Wind River—penned a script for a sequel called Soldado, and pretty quickly Josh Brolin and Benicio Del Toro assembled for the follow-up. Director Denis Villeneuve moved on to directing films like Arrival and Blade Runner 2049, but in his stead Stefano Sollima (Gomorrah) stepped in to direct. … »

- Adam Chitwood

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‘Samurai Jack’: The Complete Series Blu-ray Review: A Must-Own for Fans of Epic Animation

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Genndy Tartakovsky has given us something special with Samurai Jack. The critically acclaimed, award-winning series remains a rare success in the field of animation that embraced avant-garde ideas, pushed non-traditional modes of storytelling, and spanned more than 15 years in order to bring Jack's full, epic story to a satisfying conclusion. It's enough to simply watch Samurai Jack for all its timeless entertainment value, but for the true fans out there, you'll find there is much, much more to the story. And now that Samurai Jack has received a remastered Blu-ray treatment in … »

- Dave Trumbore

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