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American Odyssey: Watch an Exclusive Clip From the Upcoming Episode “Drop King”

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NBC's new thriller series American Odyssey follows the fallout after a revelation that a major U.S. corporation has been funding an Islamic terrorist group. The soldiers who make this discovery abroad are then killed by mercenaries, except for one unlikely survivor: Sergeant Odelle Ballard (Anna Friel). Odelle then begins her long and difficult journey to try and get home to her family, while being hunted down by the private militia, the terrorist group, and even her own government, who is playing a key role in convincing the public that she is dead. On the homefront, the coverup and the details of the military conspiracy are being investigated by former U.S. Attorney Peter Decker (Peter Facinelli), who now works in the private sector, and Harrison Walters (Jake Robinson), a political activist. In the clip below, from American Odyssey's third episode, "Drop King," Harrison and his father confront Colonel »

- Allison Keene

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Michael Douglas Talks Beyond The Reach and Ant-man

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The dramatic cat-and-mouse thriller Beyond the Reach shows what happens when a high-rolling corporate shark named Madec (Michael Douglas) hires a young guide named Ben (Jeremy Irvine) to go hunting in the vast, hostile desert basin of the Reach. When the hunt turns tragic, Madec forces Ben out into the desert without clothing, food or water, pushing him to his limits to test his survival skills. At the film’s press day, actor Michael Douglas spoke to Collider for this exclusive interview about why he enjoys playing a villain, how difficult the environment was to shoot in, how thankful he was for the professionalism of co-star Jeremy Irvine, when he started enjoying acting, how he decides which projects he’ll do, his desire to produce for television, and the projects that he’s most proud of. He also talked about why he wanted to play Hank Pym in Marvel’s Ant-Man, »

- Christina Radish

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Orphan Black Season 3 Premiere Recap: “The Weight of This Combination”

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Orphan Black has done a solid job delving deeper into the science and politics while keeping things fairly grounded, but with a concept like this, you’ll always run the risk of taking things a step too far and losing sight of the humanity of the situation. Season 1 was very much Sarah’s (Tatiana Maslany) story, making it effortless to understand and accept this world of clones and synthetic biology, but season 2 took a different approach. I was completely enraptured by the characters from start to finish, but with Sarah on the run, Alison at rehab, Cosima at the Dyad, Helena with the Proletheans and various other key characters in different locations, the show definitely lost focus. I had hoped the introduction of Project Castor would force the sisters to come together and while it does to a degree, it still doesn’t stop the first episode of the new »

- Perri Nemiroff

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Outlander Recap: “The Devil’s Mark”

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What makes a good TV show great? There has been a lot of debate about the calling signs of "prestige" television, and tiers of greatness. But when I ask friends and, sometimes, strangers what TV they are watching, the primary concern is not (of course) what shows are considered prestigious viewing, or which shows are draped with awards because they've caught onto whatever zeitgeist. It's simply about enjoying something, and wanting to see more. Throughout this first season, Outlander has had its ups and downs. It's gorgeously shot and perfectly cast, but it hasn't always connected well narratively. The show's greatest strength, though, is that it has created characters in Claire and Jamie that we truly care about. It has been easy to get emotionally invested in their stories, but as "The Devil's Mark" proved, that circle may be even wider than we think. [caption id="attachment_444369" align="alignright" width="350"] Image via Starz[/caption] "The Devil's »

- Allison Keene

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Tron 3: Olivia Wilde Says Story Follows Quorra in the Real World; Confirms Filming Plans

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We’ve been talking Tron 3 ever since Tron: Legacy hit theaters back in December 2010, but it wasn’t until last month that it started to seem like a third installment would actually happen. First a rumor surfaced claiming that the film might go into production in the fall in Vancouver, then a Production Weekly tweet specified an early October start and then after that we found out that Garrett Hedlund and Olivia Wilde were expected to reprise their roles. All good news, but none of it has been confirmed by Disney or any of the folks involved, until now. [complextv contentid="ZnbWxsdDoo1E4rlsWDhJMDcmpJYyki2P" sitename="collider" playerid="26aa5f02d93f4c05a4546f6d5ecb59b7" adsetid="67a3ff9d3a842ae818bb9de1badc5b0" width="600" height="360" keywords=""] [caption id="attachment_423425" align="alignright" width="360"] Image via Walt Disney Pictures[/caption] While talking to Wilde for the world premiere of Meadowland at the Tribeca Film Festival, she confirmed that she’s also heard that the movie will begin shooting in Vancouver in October: “You know, I’ve heard the same. I think there’s »

- Perri Nemiroff

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Orphan Black Season 3: Tatiana Maslany Talks New Threats

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The BBC America drama series Orphan Black is back for Season 3, in which the clone sisterhood (brilliantly played by Tatiana Maslany), known as Project Leda, will be forced to deal with the fact that they’re no longer alone, as they cross paths with a new group of militaristic male clones (played so chillingly by Ari Millen), known as Project Castor. More shocking twists and turns will arise, and characters will be forced to come into their own more than ever before, if they’re going to survive. During this recent interview with a handful of press outlets, actress Tatiana Maslany talked about Sarah’s relationship with Mrs. S and Paul, the state of Alison and Donnie’s marriage, Delphine and Cosima, whether Tony might return, the male clones of Project Castor, the friendship between Cosima and Felix, the threats of Season 3, a possible Beth flashback, how much she knows about before getting the scripts, »

- Christina Radish

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Star Wars Rebels Season 2 Trailer Thrills with Vader, Return of Captain Rex

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While all eyes are understandably on Star Wars: The Force Awakens to breathe new life into the Star Wars franchise, we actually got our first taste of new original content under Kathleen Kennedy’s Lucasfilm last fall with the debut of the animated series Star Wars Rebels. Created by Simon Kinberg and Dave Filoni, the show takes place five years before the events of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, when the Rebel Alliance is still a small, secretive grass roots campaign and the Empire is very much in control. Much to my surprise, the show absolutely won me over. Its tone perfectly toes the line between playful and sincere, with just the right mix of heart, action, and humor to make this a winning entry in the Star Wars saga. Today at Star Wars Celebration, the first trailer for Star Wars Rebels Season 2 was revealed, and clocking »

- Adam Chitwood

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Top 5: Star Wars, Batman V Superman Teaser, Wonder Woman Changes Directors, New Ant-man Trailer, Pan Set Visit

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Released on VOD a few weeks back, I finally got around to watching directors Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead's horror/sci-fi/romance Spring last night. The film debuted at Tiff in September and Lou Taylor Pucci won the Next Wave Award for Best Actor at Fantastic Fest for his turn as Evan, an American who travels to Italy for a fresh start only to strike up a unique romantic relationship with Nadia Hilker's Louise in the process. There's a lot to like here and, without giving away too much, I'll do my best to sell you on the Drafthouse Films release below. Although it's comfortably rooted in horror/sci-fi, Spring's most noteworthy quality is Evan and Louise's relationship. The romantic chemistry between Pucci and Hilker is palpable and credit needs to be given to Benson's screenplay for allowing their relationship to develop realistically over the course of the film. »

- Jason Barr

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Insidious Into the Further Adds a Physical Component to the 4D Experience

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Clearly 4D experiences are the hot new thing and while it is neat to feel like you’re in a fictional world, there generally isn’t all that much interactivity involved, so it’s a fleeting thrill. The Insidious Into the Further 4D Experience, however, takes a big step in the right direction by pairing the virtual reality component with a physical haunted house. In case you’re unfamiliar with the films, the series began with little Dalton Lambert (Ty Simpkins). He has the ability to astral project in his sleep, which means he can leave his physical body and travel to different places in astral form. Trouble is, one night Dalton travels too far and gets lost in a place called The Further, a dark realm filled with the tortured souls of the dead. Sound appealing? Well, that’s where the Insidious experience takes you. [complextv contentid="82aWxsdDqP-xw6ImfJGoGkMt9j63rKdF" sitename="collider" playerid="26aa5f02d93f4c05a4546f6d5ecb59b7" adsetid="67a3ff9d3a842ae818bb9de1badc5b0" width="600" height="360" keywords=""] [caption id="attachment_430527" align="alignright" width="360"] Image vis Focus Features.[/caption] »

- Perri Nemiroff

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New Jurassic World Poster Proves Sharks Are Just Dino Food

18 April 2015 9:19 AM, PDT

Ahead of Monday’s new trailer debut, Universal Pictures has released the second in a trio of new posters for Jurassic World that are being rolled out over the weekend. Yesterday’s one-sheet featured Bryce Dallas Howard squaring off with a very CG-looking dinosaur, while today’s poster takes a look at how things are faring underwater at the fully functional Jurassic Park. It's a pretty neat/terrifying preview of a species of dinosaur (the Mosasaurus) that's yet to be explored in the Jurassic franchise. I’ll be honest, though, I haven’t seen anything from the film that’s really stirred up much interest besides simple curiosity. It’s unfair to judge an effects-heavy blockbuster months out from release, but besides the fact that the Jurassic Park dinosaurs appear to look more realistic than the ones we’ve seen from Jurassic World, that first clip was full of stilted, »

- Adam Chitwood

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Cosplay: 100 Pictures from Star Wars Celebration 2015

18 April 2015 9:17 AM, PDT

While walking around this year’s Star Wars Celebration at the Anaheim Convention Center I took pictures of all the people doing cosplay. While Star Wars conventions are usually loaded with a lot of Stormtroopers and Darth Vaders, there were a lot of other characters like Princess Leia, Admiral Ackbar, the Emperor, Han Solo, Queen Amidala, Rebel Fleet Troopers, C3P0, Bespin Luke Skywalker, Darth Maul, X-Wing pilots, Han Solo in Carbonite, Ewoks, Lando Calrissian, Muppets as Star Wars characters, and so many more. Check them out below. click on any image for high-resolution For more from Star Wars Celebration, click on the links below: New Star Wars: The Force Awakens Trailer Features Familiar Faces Star Wars The Force Awakens Costumes, Props, and Klyo Ren’s Lightsaber in High Resolution Star Wars: The Force Awakens: 17 Things We Learned from the Celebration Panel First Star Wars: The Force »

- Steve 'Frosty' Weintraub

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Caption This: Arrow’s Oliver is Fed Up; Ray Palmer Meets The Flash

18 April 2015 9:12 AM, PDT

When putting together our recaps over here on Collider TV, we've noticed that every week, episodic stills for some of our favorite shows end up being unintentionally hilarious, awkward, or just plain strange. So now on Saturdays, we'll be posting one (or two) of these images, and asking you to leave your best caption in the comments. For this first week, I honestly could not choose between The Flash and Arrow (which both provide a wealth of hilarious images), so in the spirit of their crossover this week, here's one for each: The Flash: Ray reveals himself to the gang (may require multiple thought bubble captions). [caption id="attachment_445047" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Image via The CW[/caption] Arrow: Ollie has had enough. [caption id="attachment_445049" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Image via The CW[/caption]

The post Caption This: Arrow’s Oliver is Fed Up; Ray Palmer Meets The Flash appeared first on Collider. »

- Allison Keene

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Friday Box Office: Furious 7 Still in the Lead Entering Third Weekend

18 April 2015 8:59 AM, PDT

No surprises here. North America’s number one movie will remain Furious 7 for a third straight weekend. That will make the film the first release of 2015 to three-peat at the box office (because American Sniper was released at the end of 2014). Furious 7 earned an estimated $8.3 million yesterday, which puts it on track for over $25 million this weekend Worldwide, Furious 7 has already passed $1 billion in sales – the first entry in the fourteen year-old Fast and Furious franchise to hit that mark. Furious 7 is also the first Universal release to hit $1 billion in global sales aside from Jurassic Park, which reached that mark with the help of its 2013 3D re-release. Furious 7 took just 17 days to reach $1 billion, helped significantly by a record-setting opening day in China ($68.8 million) last weekend. That makes Furious 7 the fastest release to ever reach a ‘B’ for billion globally, though keep in »


- Nicole Pedersen

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John Slattery Talks Mad Men Season 7, Ant-man, and Netflix’s Wet Hot American Summer Show

18 April 2015 8:47 AM, PDT

With AMC’s Mad Men now airing its final episodes Sunday nights, I recently landed an exclusive interview with John Slattery. During the conversation he talked about letting go of Roger Sterling and the Mad Men universe, what people always want to talk about when they meet him in real life, how the process of making the show changed during its seven year run, his thoughts on what the final season is about, and more. In addition, with Slattery returning to play Howard Stark in Marvel’s Ant-Man movie, he talked about returning to that universe and how he came to learn that he'd be back as Stark. Finally, as someone that watches a lot of television, I’m extremely sad to say goodbye to the world that creator Matthew Weiner shaped. Making great TV is hard. The team that brought Mad Men to life made it look easy. You will be missed. »

- Steve 'Frosty' Weintraub

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Sicario: Benicio Del Toro Takes Aim in First Image from Denis Villeneuve Actioner

18 April 2015 8:27 AM, PDT

Fresh off the announcement that the film will have its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival, Lionsgate has unveiled the first Sicario image from Prisoners and Enemy director Denis Villeneuve’s upcoming dramatic actioner. Penned by Taylor Sheridan, the story takes place near the U.S.-Mexico border and stars Emily Blunt as an idealistic FBI agent who is enlisted by members of a government task force (Josh Brolin and Benicio Del Toro) to take out a Mexican cartel boss. This is one of my most anticipated films of the year for a number of reasons. First off, female-led action films are rare, and Emily Blunt is incredible. Secondly, while I wasn’t blown away by Prisoners, I thought Villeneuve’s Enemy was superb. And thirdly, freaking Roger Deakins is the cinematographer, reuniting with Villeneuve after Prisoners. He’s simply the most masterful director of photography working today, and »

- Adam Chitwood

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Maze Runner: The Death Cure Set for 2017 Release; Miraculously Not Being Split into Two Movies

18 April 2015 7:59 AM, PDT

The very foundation of Hollywood is about to break: the final installment in a feature film adaptation of a Ya book series is not being split in half. I’m not sure how the entertainment world is going to cope, but we’ll get through this together. Indeed, Exhibitor Relations reports that 20th Century Fox has just set a February 17, 2017 release date for Maze Runner: The Death Cure, which is the third and final book in The Maze Runner trilogy by author James Dashner. Of course Dashner also wrote a prequel titled The Kill Order, with another prequel (The Fever Code) due to drop in 2016, so it’s possible Fox could always extend the film series by adapting these books, but the Maze Runner series proper looks poised to conclude in early 2017 with one movie. [caption id="attachment_346851" align="alignright" width="360"] Image via 20th Century Fox[/caption] The Dylan O’Brien-fronted first film in the post-apocalyptic »

- Adam Chitwood

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New Avengers: Age Of Ultron Featurette Reveals It’s All Tony’s Fault

18 April 2015 7:37 AM, PDT

You didn’t think we’d forgotten about Avengers in the midst of all this Star Wars madness, did you? With the film’s international rollout kicking off in just a couple of days, Marvel has released a new behind-the-scenes Avengers: Age of Ultron featurette that delves into the dilemma that kicks the whole plot into gear: Tony Stark’s creation of the titular robot Ultron. Stark builds Ultron as a prototype, a way to possibly never have to get back in the Iron Man suit himself again. The seeds of this storyline were planted in Iron Man 3, where we saw Tony tinkering with the idea of drone suits, but Ultron is different in that delves into the arena of Artificial Intelligence. Of course, as with all brushes with A.I., the robot has ideas of his own, thus setting off a series of events for which only one »

- Adam Chitwood

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Salem: Lucy Lawless and Janet Montgomery Talk Season 2, Play the Autoharp on Set

18 April 2015 7:00 AM, PDT

In the new season of Wgn America’s Salem, Lucy Lawless plays Countess Marburg, a hereditary witch new to Salem. She’s tried to perform the Great Rite and failed, and she wants to know how Mary Sibley (Janet Montgomery) managed to pull it off. I recently visited the Shreveport, Louisiana set of the show and got a chance to chat with Lawless and Montgomery about Season 2. Not only did Montgomery randomly play an instrument, but she gave us hints about the gender war in Salem and what spells we’re going to see this time around. Lawless dropped some hints about the very creepy witch/son relationship that Mary is about to learn about. Check out the interview below and make sure to check back for our interviews with the rest of the cast and the creators. [complextv contentid="44d3FhdDoUvwFa-ORaiWzhw5ESzAYOoo" sitename="collider" playerid="26aa5f02d93f4c05a4546f6d5ecb59b7" adsetid="67a3ff9d3a842ae818bb9de1badc5b0" width="600" height="360" keywords=""]   Lucy Lawless and Janet Montgomery: :06 — Janet Montgomery serenades us with »

- Jenna Busch

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Criterion Blu-ray Reviews: Ride The Pink Horse, The Soft Skin, and Don’T Look Now

18 April 2015 6:00 AM, PDT

The Criterion Collection have added three thrillers to their impressive collection, with Robert Montgomery’s Ride the Pink Horse, Nicholas Roeg’s Don’t Look Now and Francois Truffaut’s The Soft Skin all offering different thrills for those who love movies. [caption id="attachment_442129" align="alignright" width="352"] Image via Criterion Collection[/caption] Robert Montgomery is an actor whose appeal and importance has faded. Though well respected in his time, the closest he has to a signature role would be in Here Comes Mr. Jordan, which was later remade by both Warren Beatty (as Heaven Can Wait) and Chris Rock (Down to Earth). He never won an Oscar and stopped making movies by 1950, when he turned to television. But with two of his directing efforts, there is a sense that we didn’t get the best of the performer, that he might have had a masterpiece in him. He directed two films in 1947, the first being Lady in the Lake, »

- Andre Dellamorte

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X-men: Apocalypse Adds Lucas Till; Independence Day 2 Brings Back Bill Pullman

17 April 2015 6:10 PM, PDT

There’s been talk of Bill Pullman’s return as President Thomas J. Whitmore in Independence Day 2 for a while, but now it’s finally official - although technically he can’t be president anymore, right? Regardless, not only did Roland Emmerich announce Pullman’s return, but he also revealed that Judd Hirsch will be back as well. Hirsch played David’s (Jeff Goldblum) father Julius Levinson in the original. So now the list of returning cast members includes Pullman, Hirsch, Goldblum, Brent Spiner as Dr. Brackish Okun, the kooky scientist at Area 51, and Vivica A. Fox as Captain Steven Hiller’s (Will Smith) wife, Jasmine Dubrow. As for the newcomers, we’ve got Liam Hemsworth as President Whitmore’s son-in-law, Jessie Usher as Steven Hiller’s son (presumably an older Dylan Dubrow), Travis Tope as a character named Charlie, and Charlotte Gainsbourg and Joey King in unknown roles. »

- Perri Nemiroff

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