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‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ and ‘Interstellar’ Lead Saturn Awards Noms

7 hours ago | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Anthony and Joe Russo’s “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” and Christopher Nolan’s “Interstellar” lead this year’s 41st Annual Saturn Awards nominations with 11 and 10, respectively, the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films announced on Tuesday.

Marvel’s summer box office smash “Guardians of the Galaxy” followed close behind with nine nominations. “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” followed with eight, and “Edge of Tomorrow” and “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies” grabbed seven apiece.

Two of last year’s big television winners, “The Walking Dead” and “Hannibal,” lead the 2015 smallscreen noms with seven and six, respectively. “Continuum,” which airs on the Syfy channel and averages less than 1 million viewers, is the next most nominated show with four.

This year’s Saturn noms exemplify the eclectic groupings that have come to distinguish the awards. The fantasy film category, for example, includes “Birdman,” “The Grand »

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‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ and ‘Interstellar’ Lead Saturn Awards Noms

7 hours ago | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Anthony and Joe Russo’s “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” and Christopher Nolan’s “Interstellar” lead this year’s 41st Annual Saturn Awards nominations with 11 and 10, respectively, the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films announced on Tuesday.

Marvel’s summer box office smash “Guardians of the Galaxy” followed close behind with nine nominations. “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” followed with eight, and “Edge of Tomorrow” and “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies” grabbed seven apiece.

Two of last year’s big television winners, “The Walking Dead” and “Hannibal,” lead the 2015 smallscreen noms with seven and six, respectively. “Continuum,” which airs on the Syfy channel and averages less than 1 million viewers, is the next most nominated show with four.

This year’s Saturn noms exemplify the eclectic groupings that have come to distinguish the awards. The fantasy film category, for example, includes “Birdman,” “The Grand »

- Seth Kelley

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Bryan Singer Takes on 'Moon Is a Harsh Mistress' Adaptation

8 hours ago | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Bryan Singer has signed on to produce an adaptation of Robert A. Heinlein's 1966 sci-fi novel The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress for 20th Century Fox, which recently picked up the movie rights. Arrow producer Marc Guggenheim is writing the screenplay adaptation, which will be entitled Uprising. It isn't clear at this time if Bryan Singer is directing the project, or if he will only serve as a producer.

The original novel centers on a lunar colony which plans a revolt against Earth. The book was nominated for the 1966 Nebula Award, which goes to the best sci-fi and fantasy novels published in the U.S., and it won the Hugo Award for best sci-fi novel in 1967. There were two planned adaptations of the beloved book in the past. DreamWorks had a script by Terry Elliott and Terry Rossio, and later Phoenix Pictures tried to mount an adaptation with David Heyman. »

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Bryan Singer Set to Direct Heinlein's 'The Moon is a Harsh Mistress'

8 hours ago | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

Several of Robert A. Heinlein's works have been turned into movies and TV shows and now one more is on the docket. THR reports X-Men franchise director Bryan Singer is set to be at the helm of an adaptation of The Moon is a Harsh Mistress. The film version will simply be called Uprising with "Arrow" executive producer Marc Guggenheim adapting the book for the screen. Heinlein's 1966 sci-fi novel follows a lunar colony as they begin to revolt against their rulers back on Earth, almost like a Revolutionary War tale in space. It sounds like this could be Singer's next project after X-Men: Apocalypse. The original book won the Nebula Award, which honors sci-fi and fantasy literature in the United States, as well as the Hugo Award for best science fiction novel in 1967. The book almost made it to the big screen before with DreamWorks making an attempt with »

- Ethan Anderton

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'Arrow' Season 3 Finale to Introduce Batman's Son Damian Wayne?

8 hours ago | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

As Arrow careens towards its upcoming finale, one of the biggest Season 3 surprises is that Ra's al Ghul hasn't quite turned out to be the villain every one expected. It sounds like someone bigger, and badder is coming in the Arrow Season 3 finale, though. And it might just turn out to be Ra's al Ghul's grandson.

TVLine reports that the Arrow Season 3 finale is set to introduce a major villain that will recur in Arrow Season 4. This will be a fierce, formidable new foe for Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell), and this villain is set to unleash an unstoppable 'reign of terror'. At The CW, those working on the series have referred to the character as 'Damian Dark'. This has led to some strong speculation that Damian Dark is actually Bruce Wayne's son Damian Wayne.

TVLine thinks that the Bruce Wayne connection will have to be tweaked, but that this is a very plausible scenario. »

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Bryan Singer Adapting The Moon Is A Harsh Mistress

9 hours ago | EmpireOnline | See recent EmpireOnline news »

He might be knee-deep in preparations for production on his latest foray into the mutant world of the X-Men with Apocalypse, but Bryan Singer is keeping one eye out for potential other projects. He’s now attached to direct an adaptation of Robert A. Heinlein’s science fiction tome The Moon Is A Harsh Mistress.Marc Guggenheim, best known at the moment for working on shows such as Arrow and The Flash, will write the script drawn from Heinlein’s 1966 novel.The plot finds a lunar colony deciding that it really doesn’t want to be ruled by Earth and the political/military fallout that comes with the choice to revolt. Heinlein was nominated for the Nebula award and took home the Hugo Award for best science fiction novel in 1967.And given how popular his work has been as fodder for screen adaptations – think The Puppet Masters and Starship Troopers »

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Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on Arrow, NCIS, Big Bang, Empire, Once, Good Wife, S.H.I.E.L.D., Glee and More

10 hours ago | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Got a scoop request? An anonymous tip you’re dying to share? Send any/all of the above to askausiello@tvline.com

Question: Any Big Bang Theory scoop? —Alexandra

Ausiello: Extending its love affair with all things Stars and Warsy, the CBS smash will be sending Leonard and Sheldon on a road trip in early April to Marin, Calif., home of the sprawling and heavily fortified Skywalker Ranch. Their goal? To pay its owner, George Lucas, a house call. In related news, Ep Bill Prady just tweeted a first look at their trip.

Question: Anything cool coming up on Arrow? »

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Bryan Singer Tackling Sci-Fi Classic 'The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress' for Fox (Exclusive)

11 hours ago | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Bryan Singer is tackling an adaptation of The Moon is a Harsh Mistress, based on the classic sci-fi book by Robert A. HeinleinTwentieth Century Fox recently picked up the movie rights. Arrow executive producer Marc Guggenheim will adapt the book for the project, which will be titled Uprising. Singer is producing with Lloyd Braun of Whalerock Industries and Thor Halvorssen. Executive producers are Andrew Mittman and Jason Taylor.   Heinlein's 1966 sci-fi novel centers on about a lunar colony's revolt against rule from Earth. The novel was nominated for the 1966 Nebula award (honoring the best sci-fi and

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"The Brave and The Bold" - 'Atom', 'Firestorm', 'Captain Cold' and 'Canary'

13 hours ago | SneakPeek | See recent SneakPeek news »

According to reports, The CW is developing another DC Comics based TV series, featuring 'Atom', 'Firestorm', 'Captain Cold' and 'Canary', plus three additional superheroes, executive produced by openly gay producer Greg Berlanti, who admits to including 'Lgbt' messages in his ongoing series, "The Flash", "Arrow" and the upcoming CBS series "Supergirl":

"I can remember when there were storylines with gay characters on shows like 'Family' and 'Dynasty' and thinking, I have something in common with that person," Berlanti told The Advocate. "This was way before the internet and all the visibility that has brought with it. But back then, you really felt alone and when I saw those characters on TV, I knew I wasn't alone..."

Previously, as a writer, producer on "Dawson’s Creek", Berlanti tinkered with the main characters, following up with more inclusive moments in the series "Jack & Bobby", "Everwood", "Brothers & Sisters" and the 2012 mini-series "Political Animals »

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Trailer Round-Up: Salem Season 2, Hangman, The Barn

2 March 2015 3:05 PM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

"Often the most fearsome landscapes are hiding the most succulent gardens." We're back with another trio of trailers for our latest round-up, taking you to a 17th-century witch war in the second season of Salem, a killer's home intrusion viewed found footage style in the SXSW Midnighters movie, Hangman, and the delightfully retro tease of the 1989-set horror film, The Barn.

Salem Season 2: The 13-episode second season of Wgn America's Salem premieres on Sunday, April 5th at 10pm Et:

"From creators and writers Brannon Braga (“Cosmos,” “24”) and Adam Simon (“The Haunting in Connecticut”), “Salem” season two opens at the dawn of the witch war set into motion at the end of season one, with its catalyst and Salem’s deadliest witch, Mary Sibley (Janet Montgomery, “Made in Jersey,” “Human Target”) at the center of the mayhem as she faces off against new and old adversaries vying for her throne. »

- Derek Anderson

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Supergirl First Look: See Melissa Benoist and Helen Slater Together for the First Time

2 March 2015 10:28 AM, PST | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

Melissa Benoist gave fans two Supergirls for the price of one in this photo she posted on Twitter today. In the picture, the star of CBS’ upcoming Supergirl TV series poses with the star of the 1984 Supergirl movie (and current castmate on CBS’ Supergirl), Helen Slater. It’s unclear whether this photo was taken on the set of Supergirl or not (although filming of the pilot is scheduled to begin this week). However, no matter where the two actresses were, the picture is sure to get fans even more excited for the upcoming superhero series, which comes the team of Greg Berlanti (ArrowThe Flash) and Ali Adler (ChuckThe New Normal) and has had numerous casting announcements revealed over the past two weeks. Probably the most buzzed-about of those casting announcements was that both Slater and Dean Cain, who starred as Clark Kent/Superman in Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, »

- Chris King

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Black Canary Concept Art For Arrow

1 March 2015 10:08 PM, PST | ComicBookMovie.com | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

In the season three midseason premiere of CW's Arrow, Laurel (Katie Cassidy) finally suited up as Black Canary. Perfect timing as her sister was dead and Oliver was Mia. It was up to her and Arsenal/Roy Harper to protect Starling City in their absence. Check out Black Canary concept art below. Concept Art by Andy Poon The Team Deals With Oliver's Disappearance; In the aftermath of Oliver's (Stephen Amell) fight with Ra’s al Ghul (Matt Nable), Diggle (David Ramsey) and Arsenal (Colton Haynes) continue to protect the city in the Arrow's absence. However, after three days without hearing from Oliver, they begin to fear the worst may have happened to their friend. Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) refuses to believe that Oliver could be dead until Merlyn (John Barrowman) pays the team a surprise visit. Thea (Willa Holland) suspects there is something more behind Oliver's disappearance and asks Merlyn for a favor. »

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5 Characters Who Could Appear On DC’s Team-Up Spinoff

1 March 2015 10:17 AM, PST | Cinelinx | See recent Cinelinx news »

The latest news from DC’s Tvu is about a possible spinoff in development that will feature characters from both Arrow and the Flash joining forces in what’s being described as a “superhero team-up show.” The rumor is that the show will have three super heroes who have never been seen on TV before. Which DC characters should appear on the show?

DC continues to increase and enlarge and improve their TV universe. With the success of Arrow, the Flash and the unconnected Gotham (Sadly, Constantine hasn’t been as successful) DC is becoming the dominant comic company on television. Adding to that lineup is the planned Supergirl show, and now a rumored “superhero team-up” spinoff series, which will feature characters from the Flash and Arrow. According to Deadline, this series will be overseen by Arrow creators Greg Berlanti, Andrew Kresiberg and Marc Guggenheim. The details of the show »

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Arrow season 3 episode 15 review: Nanda Parbat

27 February 2015 11:15 PM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Did you see the end of this week's Arrow episode coming? Here's our last review before the show takes a short hiatus...

This review contains spoilers.

3.15 Nanda Parbat

Whether you saw the end of this episode of Arrow coming, I think, depends on how well you know the comics’ version of Ra’s al Ghul, how little you bought the mid-season cliff-hanger, and how much faith you have in this show to pull the rug out from under you.

I definitely didn’t see it coming, partially because I’m not hugely familiar with versions of the character outside of his most high-profile screen appearances, and partially because I don’t much care for him or his role on the show, but it definitely adds an interesting wrinkle to the relationship Oliver has with this season’s villain.

He had a personal connection with both Malcolm and Slade in the first two seasons, »

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Arrow Ep. 3.15 “Nanda Parbat” benefits from the presence of truth

27 February 2015 5:02 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Arrow Season 3, Episode 15 “Nanda Parbat”

Written by Wendy Mericle (story), Erik Oleson (teleplay), and Ben Sokolowski (story & teleplay)

Directed by Gregory Smith

Airs Wednesdays at 8pm Et on The CW

Stepping back and viewing “Nanda Parbat” as a whole is kind of a bad idea. On a broad scale, Arrow is a bit of a hot mess right now, juggling multiple story lines and integrating wildly different character arcs with each other, all to varying degrees of success – and in some cases, coherency. A lot of what’s going on this season still isn’t clear; and the decisions made in the last fifteen minutes of this episode by the writers only complicate these matters further, in not-so-fun ways. Despite that, there’s one thing “Nanda Parbat” has going for it that too many episodes this season have lacked: truth, something many characters have avoided speaking up until this point. »

- Randy Dankievitch

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‘Arrow’ and ‘Flash’ getting a spin-off show

27 February 2015 3:57 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

The Flash and Arrow

If you, like most TV junkies, can’t get enough superhero shows, then you’re in luck. The CW has recently unveiled one of their most ambitious projects yet: a spin-off show of both Arrow and The Flash by creators Greg Berlanti, Andrew Kreisberg and Marc Guggenheim.

The yet-unnamed show would combine characters from both Star and Central City that viewers of the show have come to know over the last few seasons of Arrow and this premier season of The Flash. So far The Flash’s Victor Garber and Wentworth Miller (Captain Cold/Leonard Snart) have been confirmed along with Arrow’s Brandon Routh (the Atom/Ray Palmer) and Caity Lotz.

Oliver Queen and Barry Allen

Interestingly enough (Arrow spoiler alert) Lotz, who played Sara Lance/Black Canary, was killed off and replaced with Katie Cassidy who took over as the new Canary. Perhaps the »

- Caitlin Marceau

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Christopher Meloni to Star in Wgn America's Straight-to-Series Slave Drama 'Underground'

27 February 2015 3:00 PM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Wgn America is going straight-to-series with Underground, tapping Christopher Meloni to star in the slave drama. Additionally, Friday Night Lights alum Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Aldis Hodge (Rectify) and Jessica De Gouw (Arrow, Dracula) will join the cast of the 10-episode drama. Anthony Hemingway (The Wire, Treme) will direct the first two episodes. The L.A.-based cable network first announced it was developing Underground in August, when it went straight to series with Outsiders, its Appalachia-set 13-episode series. From creator Misha Green (Sons of Anarchy) and Joe Pokaski (Heroes), the Sony Pictures Television and Tribune

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Chris Meloni to Star in Wgn Slavery Drama Underground — With Kanye West Eyed as Musical Contributor

27 February 2015 2:59 PM, PST | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Chris Meloni’s latest project is pointing him north.

RelatedPilot Season ’15: Scoop on This Fall’s (Possible) New Shows, Who’s In Them

The Law & Order: Svu and True Blood vet has landed a lead role in Wgn America’s period drama Underground — which has been ordered straight to series.

The one-hour drama “follows a group of slaves who plan a daring escape from a Georgia plantation to cross 600 miles to freedom, aided along the way by a secret abolitionist couple running a station on the Underground Railroad,” according to the network. To succeed, they’ll have to “evade »

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Arrow and The Flash Spinoff Will Feature a Team of Familar and New DC Superheroes

27 February 2015 1:18 PM, PST | TheHDRoom | See recent TheHDRoom news »

The Flash and Arrow small screen universe is gearing up to expand in a spectacular way that will dig deeper into existing secondary characters and introduce all-new characters in one fell swoop.

As first reported by Deadline last night and confirmed by executive producer Greg Berlanti this morning via Twitter, The CW is working on an Arrow and The Flash spinoff TV series that was originally alluded to during The CW's TCA back in January. Berlanti used the hashtag #SuperHeroTeamup in describing the new series, and based on where the casting is headed, we could be looking at the closest thing to a live-action version of the incredibly fun animated Batman: The Brave and the Bold series as we'll ever get.

Rumored to be negotiating for roles or having already signed up as regulars are Brandon Routh, Victor Garber, Wenthworth Miller, and Caity Lotz. Routh currently plays Ray Palmer/The »

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Helen Slater And Dean Cain Land Secret Guest Spots On CBS’ Supergirl Series

27 February 2015 11:52 AM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

CBS’ forthcoming Supergirl series continues to flesh out its growing cast roster with the addition of two surprising – yet familiar – names. TV Line reports that Helen Slater and Dean Cain have boarded the show for what are being described as two “top secret, guest-starring roles.”

This marks the third time each actor has appeared in the Superman-Supergirl canon. Slater first made waves in the titular role for 1984’s Supergirl movie, while Cain portrayed Clark Kent on the small screen in ABC’s long-running series, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. Both went on to guest star on The CW’s Superman drama Smallville; the former as Clark’s birth mother Lara, and Cain as Dr. Curtis Knox. For now, the network are keeping the details of their specific roles on Supergirl under wraps.

One thing’s for certain – they won’t be reprising their original franchise roles. Kara »

- Gem Seddon

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