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Arrow Recap: Take Your Daughter to Hack Day

Arrow Recap: Take Your Daughter to Hack Day
This week on The CW’s Arrow, it was a nuclear family affair when Felicity recruited her criminal father to help thwart Damien Darhk’s annihilation of (most of) mankind.

PhotosArrow’s Katie Cassidy Makes Some Noise as Flash‘s Black Siren

Having seized possession of the Rubicon algorithm (which as Felicity notes was a very bad idea to create in the first place), Darhk uses it to arm and initiate launch sequences for nuclear missiles from every Nato ally. Knowing that with every death, Darhk will become that much more powered/unstoppable, Felicity seeks out her super-hacker dad,
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Arrow Bosses on How Oliver's Secret Will Raise the 'Olicity' Stakes — Plus: The Cost of Barry's Big Move

Arrow Bosses on How Oliver's Secret Will Raise the 'Olicity' Stakes — Plus: The Cost of Barry's Big Move
Warning: The following contains spoilers for Wednesday’s episode of Arrow.

The paternity results are in on Arrow, and Oliver Queen, you are the father.

During the conclusion of the superhero series’ crossover with The Flash on Wednesday night, Oliver confronted his former fling after running a DNA test to confirm that her kid is, indeed, his child.

PhotosArrow Fall Finale First Look: A Grave Turn? Plus: Lance and Mama Smoak Heat Up

But the mother-son duo aren’t Sandra and Connor Hawke — as some fans have speculated since the baby mama’s first appearance in Season 2. Instead, the
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'Arrow' is addicted to resurrection, will bring Another character back from the dead

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'Arrow' is addicted to resurrection, will bring Another character back from the dead
If "Arrow" had an alternate name, it would be called "Resurrection", or at least "All Hail the Lazarus Pit". I say this — mostly in jest — because "Arrow" is bring another character back from the dead this week in the episode titled "Brotherhood". While Thea (Willa Holland) and Sara (Caity Lotz) needed the help of the Lazarus Pit to bring them back, this character doesn't need magic, he needs discovery. Much like Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh), who was thought to be dead until Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) and Curtis (Echo Kellum) discovered his message, this character was also only presumed dead. Who is this mysterious character, now returning to the land of the living? Andrew Diggle, John Diggle's believed-to-be-dead brother. Andy is played by Eugene Byrd, whose acting credits include "Bones", "8 Mile", "Heroes", and previous flashback episodes of "Arrow". According to John Diggle (David Ramsey), Andy was killed by Deadshot (Michael Rowe
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New Arrow Season 4 Photos: Laurel Deals With Sara’s Resurrection, Oliver Begins His Run for Mayor

Last night’s Arrow was a pivotal episode for the series, as Laurel and Malcom resurrected Sara Lance (Caity Lotz), using the Lazarus Pit at Nanda Parbat. However, Sara, who unlike Thea, wasn’t dying but fully dead, awakened from the Pit with no semblance of her former self. All that was present in Sara, as she rose from the waters, was rage and a thirst for violence, and there’s no sign that will be going away anytime soon. In these photos from next week’s episode of Arrow, “Beyond Redemption,” Laurel will have to deal with the consequences of bringing her sister back to life at Nanda Parabt, as she chains Sara up and does her best to help her remember who she used to be. And unlike last season, when she kept Sara’s death a secret from Quentin, Laurel will be completely honest with her father about Sara’s return,
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Big Brother: The grand final is here! Follow all the action with our live blog

After weeks and weeks of twists and turns and shocks and evictions and arguments over eggs and bananas, we've finally reached the grand final of Big Brother - and only six housemates are still standing.

Chloe Wilburn, Cristian Mjc, Danny Wisker, Jack McDermott, Joel Williams and Nick Henderson all entered the house on day one, and now one of them is about to be the last to walk out. We can't call it tonight - especially with all of the recent money twists - so we're very excited to find out who is going to emerge triumphant.

If you've got your snacks prepared and are ready to shout at your telly screen (just like we are) then join us from 9pm when the show kicks off on Channel 5 as we bring you all the action...

Big Brother 2015: The 20 best moments of the series, from food fights to spray tans
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10 sequels that ignored previous films

In the wake of the Alien 5 news, here are 10 franchise sequels that also ignored at least one previous film.

We all have moments in our lives we'd prefer to forget, and so too do filmmakers. So what do you do when a movie franchise starts to go off the rails? Simple, just forget that the lesser films in the series never happened.

News recently broke that director Neill Blomkamp's taking this approach to the Alien universe. Recent interviews with both he and returning star Sigourney Weaver have revealed that Blomkamp's forthcoming sequel will not necessarily follow the events of Alien 3 and Alien: Resurrection, and pick up the story from Aliens instead (although he has since given a brief update on that).

Of course, we'll have to wait and see exactly how all this pans out. But it's by no means the first time in history that a film's
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Arrow Recap: Reunited and It Feels So Meh

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Admittedly, death has never been too high-stakes on Arrow. The show’s entire premise stems from Oliver Queen’s unexpected reappearance five years after “drowning” in the North China Sea. Other characters follow suit in that regard: Malcolm Merlyn, Slade Wilson, Deadshot, and even Felicity’s ex, Cooper, each get “Surprise!” resurrected. (Shado, Moira Queen, and Sara Lance, at least the second time around, do not fare as well. What’s a girl gotta do to come back from the dead around here?) That Arrow employs this plot device often shouldn’t be unexpected, as coming back to life is a common comic-book trope.Save for Oliver’s reemergence in the pilot episode, the return of these presumed-dead characters, all villains, were surprise plot-twists meant to leave the audience with dropped jaws and freaked-out tweets. This time, with Oliver Resurrection: Part Deux, for once, we’re in on the surprise.
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The top 25 underappreciated films of 2009

Odd List Ryan Lambie Simon Brew 20 Feb 2014 - 05:40

The unloved films of 2009 provide the focus in our final list of the 2000s' overlooked greats...

The year 2009 will partly be remembered as the year Avatar dominating the box office, with audiences flocking to see James Cameron's leafy pulp epic in shimmering 3D. Making almost $2.8bn worldwide, Avatar was a true behemoth, besting Cameron's own Titanic as the highest-grossing film of all time (not adjusted for inflation) and hastening a rush of 3D films in the years that followed.

Films such as 2012, Sherlock Holmes and boozy comedy The Hangover were also among the top 10, but as always, some of the most memorable and individual films of the year were far from the most financially successful. So to round off our series of underrated flicks of the 2000s, here's our selection of 2009's overlooked films...

25. A Perfect Getaway

A really good,
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Film, TV Producer Paul Pompian Dies at 72

Film, TV Producer Paul Pompian Dies at 72
Award winning motion picture and television producer Paul Pompian, best known for films including “The Watcher,” “Swimming Upstream,” “Waste Land,” Truman Capote’s “Children on Their Birthdays,” “Resurrection,” “The Stepford Children,” “Time Served,” “Guests of the Emperor,” “The Preppie Murder,” “Fatal Deception: The Marina Oswald Story,” “Death of a Centerfold: The Dorothy Stratten Story” and “Joshua,” died of leukemia on January 1 at the City of Hope in Duarte, Calif. He was 72.

Pompian produced more than 50 film and TV productions, working first with Roger Corman’s New World Pictures beginning in 1971, and then with MGM, Universal Pictures, Lionsgate, Aeg, and his own production company.

At the time of his death, Pompian had several projects in various stages of development, including “Operation Family Secrets” based on his Random House book co-authored by Keith and Kent Zimmerman. He was also in pre-production on “Short Cut Man” written by Preston Sturges Jr. and to be directed by Neil Tardio,
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Marilyn Chambers Biopic For "Blue" Director?

"Blue Is The Warmest Color" director Abdellatif Kechiche has revealed that he's been asked to next helm a biopic about Marilyn Chambers.

Chambers was a model and actress with a wholesome, all-American girl image who was best known as the 'Ivory Soap girl' in commercials.

That changed in 1972 when she starred in the legendary porn film "Behind the Green Door" which includes one of the first interracial hardcore sex scenes put to film. It also ends with an infamous sequence involving her, three men and trapeze equipment.

Chambers went onto a career in porn with bestselling films like "Insatiable" and "Resurrection of Eve," along with more regular movie work such as David Cronenberg's "Rabid". She came close to being cast in a number of major features in development in the late 1970s.

Kechiche actually pitched several films, including the Chambers biopic, to Wild Bunch before he went to work on 'Blue'.
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Fantastic Fest 2013′s Second Wave Includes A Field in England, Almost Human

Fantastic Fest is taking place from September 19 – 26 at the Alamo Drafthouse Lakeline in Austin, Texas. We previously gave you the first list of films to screen at the festival and the second wave has just been announced, which includes A Field in England and Almost Human:

Field In England, A (England, 2013)

North American Premiere

Director – Ben Wheatley, 90 mins

During the British Civil War, when magic was science, an alchemist forces a group of deserters to help him locate buried treasure, and sends them all straight into the mouth of madness.

Afflicted (Canada, 2013)

Us Premiere

Director – Clif Prowse, 85 mins

Derek and Clif, best friends documenting their journey across the world, are in for an unexpected adventure when one of them comes down with a sinister sickness.

Almost Human (USA, 2013)

Us Premiere

Director – Joe Begos, 80 mins

A man who disappeared under mysterious circumstances returns to wreak havoc upon a small town.
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Exclusive: Stephen Romano Rides the Resurrection Express to the Big Screen

We're big supporters of author, screenwriter, and artist Stephen Romano, mainly because not only is he uber-talented, but he's also just as sick as we are. God bless him! Read on for the first details on Resurrection Express as it heads toward the screen.

"I am happy to announce that I have officially sealed the deal with a pair of real Hollywood legends to bring my highly acclaimed novel Resurrection Express to the big screen," Romano tells us exclusively.

Romano continues, "I really love the book. It's one of my favorite things I've done so far. Simon and Schuster really took a chance on it because it's a batshit-crazy, ultra-violent thrill ride filed with over-the-top action, horrific torture, nonstop intrigue and crazy plot twists. It's about a half-mad hacker/martial artist named Elroy Coffin, who gets word that his dead wife may still be alive, and all he has to
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Full WonderCon 2013 Schedule Released

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A few of us here from GeekTyrant will be hitting up WonderCon 2013, which takes place from Friday, March 29th to Sunday, March 31th at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California. We went for the first time last year, and we had a great time, so we're all excited to be going back for more geek goodness!

WonderCon has released the full three-day schedule! There's a ton of great stuff to check out this year! Enough cool stuff to keep you more than busy! Check out the schedule and start planning out your trip! If you're going and you see us around make sure to say hi! We can talk about geek stuff! See ya there!

March 29 • Friday

12:30Pm – 1:30Pm


35th Anniversary: BattlestarRoom 300De

Host Richard Hatch (Capt. Apollo, Tom Zarek), Kevin Grazier (science advisor, Battlestar, Caprica, Defiance),Michael Taylor (writer/producer, Battlestar, Defiance, Caprica
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Prometheus Blu-ray – First Details

The most anticipated and polarising film of 2012 is coming to Blu-ray later this year and details of the bonus content have been found on

Anyone hoping for a significant number of deleted scenes to fill in the film’s many plot holes will be disappointed as there are only 15 minutes worth. But the most exciting thing on the disc may be the inclusion of the first and final draft of the script by Damon Lindelof and Jon Spaihts.

Prometheus began as a straight Alien prequel written by Jon Spaihts until Damon Lindelof conducted a re-write that became the final product. If they do actually include Spaihts’ original draft, it will be fascinating to see how he originally planned to link it to Alien and if it would have actually made a better film.

You also get Ridley Scott providing an audio commentary so it will be very interesting
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Reel Rumbles #38: ‘Terminator Salvation’ vs. ‘Alien Resurrection’

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In recent years, there’s been a number of once-dormant franchises – particularly franchises that began in the 1980s – being resurrected with a third sequel. Not every franchise warrants a fourth movie, but we’ve recently seen Rambo, Live Free or Die Hard, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull…to varying degrees of success. (Surely, it will not be too much longer before some genius decides to make Back to the Future Part IV.)

There are two science fiction franchises, however, that share a very similar pattern of quality in their four movies. The first two films in both series are widely considered classics (and, in fact, all four films rank in the Top 100 of Flickchart’s list of the Best Films of All Time). Both had their reputations tarnished by a lackluster third film (yet even those movies have their defenders). And both had
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Sex and the supernatural in British horror film Siren

Released on DVD by Matchbox Films on June 27 is British independent horror flick Siren.

Described as Dead Calm meets The Hunger, Siren is the debut directorial feature of former art director the late Andrew Hull (P2, Queer As Folk USA, Get Over It, Resurrection).

The film features Eoin Macken (Merlin, Centurion), Anna Skellern (The Descent Part 2), Tereza Srbova (Inkheart, St Trinian's, Eichmann, Eastern Promises) and Anthony Jabre and boasts a musical theme based around La girl group Warpaint's song Elephants.

Hoping to escape their busy city lives for a weekend of sailing off Tunisia's Mediterranean coast, Ken (Macken), his girlfriend Rachel (Skellern) and her old college friend Marco (Jabre) see their plans hit a snag when they go to the aid of a castaway.

Raving incoherently and bleeding from his ears, the man dies on board the boat prompting the three friends, fearing reprisals from the local foreign authorities, to
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Diabolical Deal: Alien Anthology for $53 on Blu-Ray

Late last year, Fox put out the Alien Anthology Blu-Ray set. The price tag was hefty, especially if you didn’t like the last two films. While you can purchase these individually for $15, you can get this nice box set – which I believe has extras not found on the individual releases – for $53! Click beyond the break for the full details & where to buy it.

Disc 1: Alien

**1979 Theatrical Version

**2003 Director’s Cut with Ridley Scott Introduction

**Audio Commentary by Director Ridley Scott, Writer Dan O’Bannon, Executive Producer Ronald Shusett, Editor Terry Rawlings, Actors Sigourney Weaver, Tom Skerritt, Veronica Cartwright, Harry Dean Stanton and John Hurt

**Audio Commentary (for Theatrical Cut only) by Ridley Scott

**Final Theatrical Isolated Score by Jerry Goldsmith

**Composer’s Original Isolated Score by Jerry Goldsmith

**Deleted and Extended Scenes

**Mu-th-ur Mode Interactive Experience with Weyland-Yutani Datastream

Disc 2: Aliens

**1986 Theatrical Version

**1991 Special Edition with James Cameron
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Kiefer Sutherland joins the heist in Sleight of Hand

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Kiefer Sutherland has joined Sleight of Hand, a crime thriller about a heist which gets a gang of criminals in a whole lot of trouble. Although best known as a writer for films such as ‘Resurrection’ and ‘Crime Spree’, Brad Mirman will be directing, and the film follows what happens when a group of small-time criminals In Paris inadvertently gain possession of a rare gold coin that belongs to a notorious French gangster.

The cast also includes Gerard Depardieu, Thomas Jane, Til Schweiger, Jon Lovitz, Johnny Hallyday and Eric Cantona. The rights to the film will be sold at the impending Cannes Film Festival. Lars Von Trier’s film ‘Melancholia’ will also be making its debut at the festival, in which Sutherland also stars. So it will certainly be a busy festival for him.

The film’s producer,
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Sleight of Hand Gets Kiefer Sutherland, Thomas Jane, and Til Schweiger

Sleight of Hand Gets Kiefer Sutherland, Thomas Jane, and Til Schweiger
Kiefer Sutherland, G&#233rard Depardieu, Til Schweiger, Thomas Jane, Johnny Hallyday, Jon Lovitz and Eric Cantona, will star in Sleight of Hand, it was announced today by Producer Richard Rionda Del Castro; whose Hannibal Classics will begin selling the film this week at Cannes. Also producing will be Gilles Thompson from Acteurs, Auteurs, Associes (Aaa). Brad Mirman will direct the star-studded action comedy. Patricia Eberle will serve as executive producer. The film will shoot the end of July through mid-September.

"There is no better place to announce a French film with International stars than the Cannes Film Festival," says Rionda Del Castro; also a principal in Marco Polo Production. "It is going to be a wonderful film entirely shot in Paris, the most beautiful city in the world and I will be working for the second time with G&#233rard, Johnny, PEo2kssxMicPrt||Thomas} and Jon. We are still casting
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'V' season finale: Who needs closure? Bring on the sex, the lizards, and the death of [Spoiler]!

'V' season finale: Who needs closure? Bring on the sex, the lizards, and the death of [Spoiler]!
To understand why the gory second season finale of V was such an exciting hour of television, it helps to consider the final image of Crank: High Voltage, easily the most existential movie to feature a sex scene in the middle of a horse race. By the end of C: Hv, Jason Statham’s Chev Chelios has spent two movies suffering all manner of physical suffering and mental degradation. He has fallen out of a helicopter. He has witnessed the removal of his still-beating heart. He has been in a car crash, or two, or seven. He has fought off an entire gang,
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