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Amy Poehler Honored at Star-Studded 2019 Women In Film Annual Gala

Last week, Women In Film, Los Angeles celebrated outstanding women in the entertainment industry with the 2019 Women In Film Annual Gala presented by Max Mara with additional support from Delta Air Lines and Lexus.

Amy Poehler and Natasha Lyonne

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Formerly named the Crystal + Lucy Awards, the Women In Film Annual Gala supports Wif La’s educational and philanthropic programs and its advocacy for gender parity for women throughout the industry. The evening, hosted by actress Xosha Roquemore, was held at The Beverly Hilton.

This year’s Women In Film Annual Gala recognized women whose entrepreneurial strides are creating opportunities for more women to succeed in careers in the screen industries. The 2019 Women In Film Annual Gala honored Amy Poehler with The Women In Film Entrepreneur in Entertainment Award presented to her by Natasha Lyonne; Issa Rae with The Women In Film Emerging
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It's the Most Terrifying Time of the Year: Blumhouse Is Rebooting Black Christmas

Ho ho ho, merry nightmares! Scary movie powerhouse production company Blumhouse is venturing into holiday horror with a reboot of Black Christmas, which is likely the best gift horror movie fans could ask for come Dec. 13.

Blumhouse recently dusted off the classic slasher Halloween with 2018's stellar remake and has a modern-day take on The Craft on the way with writer/director Zoe Lister-Jones attached, so seeing another reboot on its list makes sense. Though, technically, the 2019 edition of the film is a reboot of a reboot, since the 1974 original was already updated in 2006 for a version starring Katie Cassidy, Michelle Trachtenberg, and Oliver Hudson.

Related: 13 Horror Movies You Need to Watch This Holiday Season

Either way, the core story remains essentially the same: a group of sorority girls are picked off one by one by a murderer in the days leading up to Christmas. In the 2006 film, the killer
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Imogen Poots to lead Black Christmas remake for Blumhouse Productions

After reviving the Halloween franchise last year, Blumhouse Production is now turning its attention to another classic 70s slasher, with The Wrap reporting that Imogen Poots is set to headline a remake of 1974’s Black Christmas. Here’s a teaser poster for the upcoming film…

One of the earliest entries in the slasher genre, the original Black Christmas was directed by Bob Clark and revolved around a group of sorority sisters who find themselves stalked by a deranged serial killer during the festive season. The cast included Olivia Hussey, Keir Dullea, Margot Kidder, Andrea Martin and John Saxon. A poorly-received remake was released in 2006, with Katie Cassidy, Michelle Trachtenberg, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Oliver Hudson and Lacey Chabert starring.

Blumhouse’s Black Christmas is being directed by Sophia Takal (Into the Dark) and will see Poots starring alongside Aleyse Shannon, Brittany O’Grady, Lily Donoghue and Caleb Eberhardt. Fittingly, it will
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It's the Most Terrifying Time of the Year: Blumhouse Is Rebooting Black Christmas

Ho ho ho, merry nightmares! Scary movie powerhouse production company Blumhouse is venturing into holiday horror with a reboot of Black Christmas, which is likely the best gift horror movie fans could ask for come Dec. 13.

Blumhouse recently dusted off the classic slasher Halloween with 2018's stellar remake and has a modern-day take on The Craft on the way with writer/director Zoe Lister-Jones attached, so seeing another reboot on its list makes sense. Though, technically, the 2019 edition of the film is a reboot of a reboot, since the 1974 original was already updated in 2006 for a version starring Katie Cassidy, Michelle Trachtenberg, and Oliver Hudson.

Related: 13 Horror Movies You Need to Watch This Holiday Season

Either way, the core story remains essentially the same: a group of sorority girls are picked off one by one by a murderer in the days leading up to Christmas. In the 2006 film, the killer
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Blumhouse's Black Christmas Remake Gets a Poster & Holiday Release Date

Christmas came a bit early this year, as it's been revealed that Blumhouse Productions is bringing us a remake of the cult horror classic Black Christmas this December. This comes as something of a surprise, but this is right in Blumhouse's wheelhouse, as this is the studio behind hits such as Get Out, The Purge and last year's Halloween, amongst many others. The studio has already shared a first poster for the remake, which will, appropriately, hit theaters on Friday, December 13.

The studio also revealed the creative team tackling the Black Christmas remake both in front of and behind the camera. Sophia Takal (Always Shine) is in the director's chair, working from a script she wrote alongside April Wolfe (Widower). The cast includes Imogen Poots (Green Room), Aleyse Shannon (Charmed), Brittany O'Grady (Star), Lily Donoghue (The Goldbergs) and Caleb Eberhardt (Choir Boy). Blumhouse head Jason Blum is producing, alongside Ben Cosgrove
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Arrow Writers Tease A Clean Slate For Season 8

If you’ve been following our Arrow coverage lately, then you know that we, like you, have been wondering what exactly the eighth and final season will entail. After all, this past May’s finale, “You Have Saved This City,” lived up to its namesake by pretty much saying Oliver Queen did just as much. And upon leaving Star City in the capable hands of his closest allies, he went off into seclusion so that he and Felicity could raise their baby daughter together.

There was just one problem, however: the Monitor showed up to whisk Ollie away on some sort of cosmic crusade. Because of that, we’re expecting for season 8 to have more of a science fiction vibe than this show is normally used to seeing. Actually, Stephen Amell himself hinted at it being a prelude of sorts to the “Crisis on Infinite Earths” crossover event, so that provided some vindication.
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Arrow: Season Eight; Joseph-David Jones to Be Regular for Final Season on CW

It looks like Connor Hawke is sticking around. Deadline reports Joseph-David Jones has been promoted to series regular for the eighth and final season of Arrow.

The series stars Stephen Amell as Oliver Queen (aka Arrow), a billionaire playboy who becomes a vigilante after being involved in a violent shipwreck. The cast also includes Colin Donnell, Katie Cassidy, David Ramsey, Willa Holland, Susanna Thompson, and Paul Blackthorne.

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Arrow: Stephen Amell Open to Returning After the CW Series' Finale

Arrow may only have one season left, but could it return in the future? Recently, star Stephen Amell revealed he'd return to the CW series for a revival, Cbr reports.

As reported earlier, The CW has renewed Arrow for an eighth and final season. The DC Comics drama stars Amell, Colin Donnell, Katie Cassidy, David Ramsey, Willa Holland, Susanna Thompson, and Paul Blackthorne.

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Penultimate Arrow Season 7 hits Home Video 8/20

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Burbank, CA – Get ready for nonstop action from start to finish when Warner Bros. Home Entertainment releases Arrow: The Complete Seventh Season on Blu-ray and DVD August 20, 2019. Both sets contain all 22 action-packed episodes from the seventh season, plus the show’s 2018 Comic-Con Panel, a crossover featurette, deleted scenes, a gag reel and more! All three DC Crossover: Elseworlds episodes will be available only for fans who purchase the Blu-ray set. The Complete Seventh Season is priced to own at $39.99 Srp for the DVD ($51.99 in Canada) and $44.98 Srp for the Blu-ray ($52.99 in Canada), which includes a Digital Copy (U.S. only). Arrow: The Complete Seventh Season is also available to own on Digital via purchase from digital retailers.

Following Oliver Queen’s shocking decision to turn himself over the FBI and reveal his identity as the Green Arrow to the public, Oliver has spent the past five months in prison while
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‘Arrow’ Season 7 Blu-ray and DVD Set for August 20th Release Date

The penultimate Arrow Season 7 Blu-ray and DVD has been given an August 20th release date by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment. That will put Arrow Season 7 on store shelves exactly one week before fellow Arrowverse series The Flash Season 5 Blu-ray and DVD arrives.

As with The Flash Season 5, Season 7 of Arrow on Blu-ray only will include all three episodes of the DC Crossover Event: Elseworlds.

In Arrow Season 7, Oliver is freed from prison and tries to work alongside law enforcement rather than in the shadows. Despite his best efforts, a bleak future is depicted in flash-forwards where a new breed of vigilante's are outlaws and a new evil is rising.

All 22 episodes of Arrow Season 7 are accompanied by the following bonus features:

The Best of DC TV’s Comic-Con Panel San Diego 2018

Inside the Crossover: Elseworlds

Villains: Modes of Persuasion

Gag Reel

Deleted Scenes

The Arrow Season 7 cast includes Stephen Amell,
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Arrow Season 8 Synopsis Teases A New Direction For The Series

When you sit down to analyze this past Monday’s season finale of Arrow, you have to admit that it could’ve served as a series finale in various respects. After all, Oliver Queen and his cohorts foiled the Ninth Circle’s plans, and then the Emerald Archer left Star City in the capable hands of his teammates. After that, he and Felicity Smoak settled down in seclusion and began raising their newborn daughter, Mia.

As luck would have it, the hits just kept on coming for Ollie, as the Monitor showed up and said it’s time that they begin their cosmic mission. Not only that, but the flash-forward segments revealed that, yes, our hero will indeed meet his demise during the upcoming “Crisis on Infinite Earths” crossover.

Naturally, this leaves us all wondering what the ten-episode final season will entail, but the official synopsis disclosed at The CW
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Arrow: Season Seven Ratings

While it was once a top Nielsen ratings performer for The CW, the Arrow TV show has slipped some over the years. During the regular 2017-18 television season, it finished in dead center -- ranking seventh out of the 13 scripted TV shows we tracked. Now that the series is back for a seventh season, can it regain some lost ground, or is it on its way out the door? Will Arrow be cancelled or renewed for season eight? Stay tuned. **Status update below.

A CW superhero adventure drama set in the DC Comics universe, Arrow stars Stephen Amell, David Ramsey, Emily Bett Rickards, Echo Kellum, Rick Gonzalez, Juliana Harkavy, Colton Haynes, Kirk Acevedo, and Katie Cassidy. Five years after surviving a ship-wreck in the South China sea, billionaire playboy Oliver Queen (Amell) returns home a changed man. Now, disguised as the Green Arrow,
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Would Thrones' Jaime Recognize Bran? Did Grey's Spiritual Journey End? Best Gotham Canon Nod? And More Qs

Would Thrones' Jaime Recognize Bran? Did Grey's Spiritual Journey End? Best Gotham Canon Nod? And More Qs
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Game of Thrones, The Flash, Seal Team and Gotham!

1 | Had you forgotten Blue Bloods‘ Eddie’s actual first name until her mother corrected Frank?

2 | Was there any doubt that Hawaii Five-0‘s cat figurines would turn out to have value as collectibles?

3 | Why did Saturday Night Live save Emma Stone’s “The Actress” — easily one of the best sketches of Season 44 — for the last 10 minutes of the episode? And did someone forget to
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Did Arrow Just Lose Another Series Regular?

If you tuned in for Arrow Season 7 Episode 18, titled "Lost Canary" on Monday night, there's a good chance you thought The CW drama was losing another series regular ahead of its final season.

The explosive installment focused on Laurel returning to her old ways as Black Siren. It even resulted in Sara Lance returning to help the Earth-2 iteration of her sister see the light.

In the end, Laurel returned to the side of good, but there was a major caveat:

Laurel decided that the best course of action for her was to return home to Earth-2 with the aim of tying up loose ends and making a life for herself on her home planet.

Related: Arrow Season 7 Episode 18 Review: Lost Canary

The plot twist left many fans reeling, primarily because it seemed to confirm that Katie Cassidy's tenure on the series was over.

Thankfully, that's not the case.
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Arrow Season 7 Episode 18 Review: Lost Canary

Some of the most enjoyable episodes of Arrow have featured the ladies.

When the ladies of Arrow are showcased, it proves there is still a lot of life left in the Arrow franchise because of how long it took for each character to come into their own.

And Arrow Season 7 Episode 18 almost had more than a Birds of Prey fanatic could handle.

Call me crazy, but the veracity with which Arrow is winding down makes me appreciate the little moments more than ever.

"Lost Canary" was filled with moments that not only led to Laurel's redemption, but to a better understanding of the Canaries network in the future. 

It's been over seven years of bitching and backstabbing among the Arrow fans about who was a great Canary and why, and there was no shortage of ill will for Laurel 1.0.

Sara was created out of thin air to put an obstacle
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Arrow: Juliana Harkavy and Ep Preview Canaries' Clash With Black Siren, Hail All-Women Storyline's 'Cool' Dynamic

Fans of Sara Lance aka White Canary will get double dip of the formidable femme this Monday when she appears on The CW’s Arrow (now airing at 9/8c) as well as DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.

“I know we did a Canary-esque episode in a previous season” — Season 2’s “Birds of Prey,” which pitted Sara (played by Caity Lotz) and Laurel (Katie Cassidy Rodgers) against the Huntress — “but we have been talking about a Birds of Prey-inspired episode for years, and have it really focused on the women,” showrunner Beth Schwartz told TVLine at WGFestival 2019. “I was very determined
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Sara Lance returns in promo images for Arrow Season Episode 18 – ‘Lost Canary’

We’ve already seen a promo for the eighteenth episode of Arrow season 7, and now with the DC series set to return this Monday, The CW has released a batch of promo images for ‘Lost Canary’ which sees DC’s Legends of Tomorrow’s Sara Lance (Caity Lotz) return to Star City when Felicity calls on her for help; take a look here…

After being accused of murder and having her criminal past exposed, Laurel (Katie Cassidy) goes full Black Siren and teams up with an old criminal acquaintance, Shadow Thief (guest star Carmel Amit), to go on a crime spree around Star City. While Dinah (Juliana Harkavy) aims to bring Laurel in, Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) refuses to give up on her friend and tries everything to get through to her, even summoning Sara Lance (guest star Caity Lotz) for help. However, Laurel rebuffs all her efforts, forcing the
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Emily Bett Rickards Wraps Arrow Run Amid Big Tears and One Sweet Song

Emily Bett Rickards Wraps Arrow Run Amid Big Tears and One Sweet Song
That’s, as they say, a “show wrap” for Arrow‘s Emily Bett Rickards, who on Tuesday evening filmed her final scene (at least as a series regular) on the CW drama she has called home for seven seasons.

Rickards announced last month, in a most unexpected Instagram post, that she would not be returning for Arrow‘s eighth and final season, which will run just 10 episodes.

“There are days when actors shed a noble tear in a scene and there are days when they ugly cry to the point of fogging up their scene partner’s glasses,” leading man
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Arrow’s Emily Bett Rickards Says Goodbye To Felicity Smoak With Set Photo

When it was initially announced that Arrow would be hanging up its quiver following its eighth season, we all assumed that the major players would be around for the final episodes. Instead, we recently learned that fan favorite stalwart Emily Bett Rickards will make her own exit before season 7 has concluded. But if Smallville survived its final three years without Michael Rosenbaum or Kristin Kreuk as part of the principal cast (though both returned for some guest appearances), then so, too, can Arrow get through ten more episodes this fall.

Understandably, it’d be hard for anyone who’s played the same character for so long to walk away from their gig. Furthermore, it’s got to be difficult for their colleagues to swallow that pill, as series lead Stephen Amell and the show’s very producers have already expressed their gratitude.

This time, it’s Rickards herself taking to
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