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Marketing for The CW’s upcoming Arrow spinoff, The Flash, hasn’t been shy in releasing footage from the upcoming series. After a short promo debuted along with Arrow’s second season finale, a 5-minute trailer for The Flash was released online. Since then, multiple featurettes have been uploaded to YouTube focusing on S.T.A.R. Labs, Barry Allen’s (Grant Gustin) relationship troubles, and Detective Eddie Thawne (Rick Cosnett).
However, for fans wanting to learn more about what goes on behind the camera before The Flash premieres this fall on The CW – or debuts at San Diego Comic-Con – the show has released a behind the scenes featurette that delves deeper into the production of the series.
The newest featurette (above) for Flash focuses what goes on behind the scenes of the show’s pilot episode. The video features interviews ...
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- Molly Freeman
Det. Sammy Bryant, he’s not.
Shawn Hatosy is donning a badge again, this time in CBS’ sexy new legal drama Reckless (premiering Sunday at 9/8c). But the police sex scandal his Detective Terry McCandless stirs up stands in stark contrast to his days patrolling the streets of Los Angeles on Southland.
Related CBS’ Fall Schedule Kicks Off With Thursday Night Football; 2-1/2 Men, Elementary Premiere in Late October
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They've done the 'daft-accented political thriller' (House Of Cards), and the 'women's prison comedy drama' (Orange Is The New Black), so what's next for Netflix? The 'animated comedy about an alcoholic horse', that's what. Bojack Horseman has an agreeably odd premise (washed-up horse actor tries to rebuild his career) and a stonking cast (Will Arnett, Amy Sedaris, Aaron Paul), and although the trailer does feel a little light on good gags, we're still »
- Sam Richards
‘Maps to the Stars’ trailer and clips: Julianne Moore goes ballistic after losing a role, Robert Pattinson learns that Mia Wasikowska’s parents are brother and sister (photo: Robert Pattinson in ‘Maps to the Stars’) The Hollywood satire Maps to the Stars, the second David Cronenberg-Robert Pattinson collaboration to be screened in competition for the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival — following Cosmopolis two years ago — is one of the most anticipated films at the festival for obvious reasons: although an international box office disappointment, the brainy, stream-of-consciousness Cosmopolis earned a number of enthusiastic reviews and was the runner-up (trailing only Leos Carax’s fellow white limo movie Holy Motors) on the list of Best Films of 2012 compiled by the prestigious Cahiers du Cinéma. Check out below the "international" (as in, with French subtitles) red band trailer for Maps to the Stars clip, and you’ll »
- Andre Soares
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Time to head for home and the comfort of the flickering screen. On telly tonight, you can find stuff about bees, reverends, crime hotspots, apologetic criminals and a sweet little costume drama called Game Of Thrones.
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- Sam Richards
What happens after The Red Wedding? With Game of Thrones back for its fourth season on Sunday, we’re delivering a singularly-dedicated episode where A Cast of Kings co-host Joanna Robinson and Broken Projector fan favorite Neil Miller join us for a spoiler-less look at what lies ahead (besides Winter). Neil has already seen the first three episodes and reviewed the spirit of the season, and we’re up on all the books, so we follow up the safe portion with a segment focused on spoilers that might shock and amaze virgin viewers. Something for everyone! Except people who’ve never seen the show or read the books. Sorry about that. You should follow Joanna (@jowrotethis), Neil (@rejects), the show (@brokenprojector), Geoff (@drgmlatulippe) and Scott (@scottmbeggs) on Twitter for more on a daily basis. Please review us on iTunes Download Episode #54 Directly Or subscribe Through iTunes On This Week’s Show: Ned Flanders’ Bastard [0:00 - 1:30] Not Spoiling Game of Thrones »
- Scott Beggs
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