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‘Gotham’ Recap: “The Blade’s Path” – Born On a Monday

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Tonight’s episode of Gotham, titled “The Blade’s Path,” was one of those rare Balloonman specials: an entry so beautifully absurd that it transcends the show’s regular status of silly fun to become something more, like a child accidentally finger-painting the Mona Lisa. I’m not even sure where to begin, to be honest. With Butch Gilzean rising from the dead as an albino Frankenstein to murder a nearby band of woodland tramps? With Bruce Wayne viciously stabbing an immortal sorcerer who I guess also moonlights as a foreign diplomat? With the mafia crime family plot that … »

- Vinnie Mancuso

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‘Arrow’ Recap: “Tribute” – Honorable Men

8 hours ago

Passing the superhero mantle on to someone else is a mainstay of comic book canon. We’ve seen it done on Arrow before, though never in any permanent way. Diggle or the Human Target have suited up as Green Arrow to throw the authorities off of Oliver’s trail. However, when Oliver asks Diggle to permanently take up the mantle of the Green Arrow on a permanent basis, that is something new for this show — and something new for superhero TV. I just wish I thought Arrow was actually going to carry through with it. The Green Arrow has always … »

- Kayti Burt

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Jedi Council: How Will ‘Battlefront II’ Tie into the Star Wars Universe?

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Today is October 12th, 2017 and its an all new Collider Jedi Council hosted by Ken Napzok, with Ash Crossan and John Rocha. Today the Council discusses: Movie News Title of Han Solo movie finally official as Solo: A Star Wars Story Tag and Bink in Solo: A Star Wars Story Vice Admiral Holdo photo Will Star Wars: Episode IX unite all three trilogies? What’S The Deal With Canon Star Wars Rebels has begun. "Heroes of Mandalore I & II" are out. Next week’s episode is previewed. Benicio Del Toro's DJ character gets a comic Visceral Games … »

- Collider Video

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Guillermo del Toro’s ‘The Shape of Water’ Gets a Gorgeous New Poster

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Guillermo del Toro's latest has earned a stedy stream of festival buzz as one of the most beautiful films of the year, and now it's got a poster to match. The Shape of Water The film stars Sally Hawkins as mute woman named Elisa), who lives a lonely, isolated life performing janitorial duties at a top-secret government laboratory. That's where she discovers a top-secret experiment; the facility’s one-of-a-kind inhabitant, a humanoid creature underwater creature who changes her life. The Shape of Water is already earning hype as one of the year'… »

- Haleigh Foutch

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Heroes: The Panel Shares Their Spoiler-Free Thoughts on ‘Thor: Ragnarok’

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On this episode of Heroes (October 19, 2017), Jon Schnepp is joined by Amy Dallen and Robert Meyer Burnett to recap the news and announcements from the world of Heroes and Villains: Non-Spoiler review of Thor: Ragnarok The panel discusses their thoughts on the characters in the film and the actors portraying them. They also discuss the plot points in the film and give you their overall score for the film. [caption id="attachment_666752" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Image via Disney[/caption]… »

- Collider Video

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TV Talk: New ‘The Punisher’ Trailer and Release Date

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On this episode of Collider TV Talk (October 19th, 2017), Josh Macuga, Perri Nemiroff and Grace Hancock discuss: New The Punisher trailer & release date Nielsen says it will measure audiences for TV episodes that stream via Netflix Mark Ruffalo to play twin brothers in HBO limited series Casey Affleck and Alfonso Cuaron horror series American Horror Story: Cult review - Perri & Grace Mr. Robot Review - Josh Riverdale Review - Josh & Grace Perri interview clip with Crypt TV's Leeanna Vamp Twitter Questions Pick of the Day - If you could pick a candy to write a sitcom about, what candy … »

- Collider Video

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Movie Talk: Will ‘Star Wars: Episode IX’ Unite All Three Trilogies?

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On this episode of Collider Movie Talk (Thursday October 18th, 2017) Perri Nemiroff, John Rocha Mark Reilly and Wendy Lee discuss the following: Will Star Wars: Episode IX unite all three trilogies? The Snowman director says they didn’t get to shoot 10-15% of the script New clip released for Jigsaw New featurette released for Bright The first trailer released for The Ballad of Lefty Brown starring Bill Pullman Mail Bag Live Twitter [caption id="attachment_669763" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Image via Universal Pictures[/caption]… »

- Collider Video

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The Best Sci-Fi Movies on Netflix Right Now

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Last Updated: October 19th Science-fiction is arguably the best genre in the entire cinematic arena. It’s an incredibly flexible and encompassing field that allows writers, filmmakers, and actors to show off their creativity without being hampered by the confines of other genres. All sci-fi films can have elements of action, drama, romance, adventure, and mystery (with the best ones having a mixture of sub-genres) without blurring the lines; the same cannot always be said the other way around. In essence, science-fiction is a genre that offers something for everyone. With that in mind, we’ve … »

- Collider Staff

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Watch Rob Zombie Remember ‘The Devil’s Rejects’ And Kick Off ’13 Nights of Halloween’

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Do ya feel it in the air, folks? With less than two weeks to go before Halloween, we're officially in the thick of the spookiest season of the year and that means your television lineup is about to go all horror, all the time. Hdnet Movies is one of the networks bringing the Halloween party to you with Rob Zombie's 13 Nights of Halloween, a holiday programming event that puts the spotlight on 13 films leading up to Halloween with Zombie playing host. The event kicks off tonight, October 19, with a celebration of Zombie's cult horror … »

- Haleigh Foutch

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‘Liar’: Joanne Froggatt and Ioan Gruffudd on Their Twisted, Psychological Drama

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The six-episode drama series Liar (already picked up for a second season), currently airing on SundanceTV, follows Laura Nielson (Joanne Froggatt), a dedicated teacher, and Andrew Earlham (Ioan Gruffudd), a renowned surgeon, who entire each other’s lives with a seemingly innocent date. But once a series of accusations starts to unravel secrets and lies in both of their lives, the truth will surely be painful for everyone. During this interview with Collider, co-stars Joanne Froggatt and Ioan Gruffudd talked about what made them want to sign on for Liar, why they needed to know the truth about … »

- Christina Radish

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‘Bellevue’ Trailer and Posters Unveil the Anna Paquin-Led Crime Series

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Though Wgn America announced that it would no longer be pursuing original content (despite finding critical success and solid fanbases for shows like Outsiders and Underground), the channel is not done with scripted series altogether. It has recently acquired Bellevue, a crime drama starring Anna Paquin that is set to run for eight hourlong episodes. A new first look and posters for Bellevue released today show what looks like a fairly boilerplate “small town, big crime” story where the lead detective is a troubled rogue who has trouble managing her personal life, but who is nevertheless an excellent investigator. Oh … »

- Allison Keene

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David Fincher Explains the Risks of Signing on to Direct a ‘Star Wars’ Movie

16 hours ago

David Fincher isn’t necessarily opposed to franchise filmmaking. In fact, he’s signed on to direct World War Z 2. However, his name has been mentioned in the past as a possible candidate for a Star Wars movie, which would be a nice bit of framing for his career since he started out working at Industrial Light & Magic on The Empire Strikes Back. However, Fincher has been reluctant to head to a galaxy far, far away, and in a recent interview with Empire, he explains why. [caption id="attachment_363066" align="alignright" width="360"] Image via Sony Pictures[/caption] … »

- Matt Goldberg

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David Fincher Talks ‘World War Z 2’ and Explains Why HBO’s ‘Utopia’ Fell Apart

16 hours ago

David Fincher fans have no doubt been happy to pore over the filmmaker's excellent new Netflix series Mindhunter over the last week, especially since he’s been gone for a bit. That wasn’t exactly the plan, as Fincher was already prepping his next project while doing press for Gone Girl in 2014, but that next project—a sprawling HBO drama series called Utopia for which he intended to direct every episode—unfortunately fell apart, and Fincher then moved over to Mindhunter. Most recently the filmmaker has been attached to World War Z 2 at Paramount, but while Fincher … »

- Adam Chitwood

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‘Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond’ Trailer Has the Madness of Jim Carrey’s Method Acting

17 hours ago

Jim Carrey famously threw himself into his performance as Andy Kaufman when he was filming the Kaufman biopic Man on the Moon. However, the behind the scenes footage of Carrey’s method acting has remained under wraps until now. Netflix has released a trailer for Chris Smith’s documentary, Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond, and it shows the volatile mixture of Carrey’s devotion to portraying Kaufman and Kaufman’s need to constantly perform. On the one hand, the documentary looks like it could be an interesting examination of comedians who always need to be “on” and the limits … »

- Matt Goldberg

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TV Premiere Dates 2017-2018: When and Where to Watch

17 hours ago

Last updated October 19th It's getting hard out here for a dedicated TV fan -- there's simply too much to watch! With cable channels like USA, TNT, Syfy, and TBS all revving up there original scripted material (to say nothing of the ascension of FX and AMC as major contenders), it's borderline impossible to keep up with weekly series, even if you stick to just the best ones. To make the struggle just a little easier, we decided to make a continually updated list of TV premiere dates and times of all the returning and debuting series, just … »

- Collider Staff

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‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Video Review: The Crew Praise the Potentially Divisive Marvel Sequel

18 hours ago

The review embargo has lifted for Thor: Ragnarok, and while we’ll have a written review on Collider closer to the film’s release date from Matt Goldberg, Collider’s own Steve Weintraub shared his thoughts alongside Dennis Tzeng and Mark Reilly in a full spoiler-free video review that you can watch above. Their reactions are overwhelmingly positive for the Marvel sequel, although there’s a feeling that this could be a divisive one for die-hard Marvel Cinematic Universe fans. Taika Waititi, the filmmaker behind the hilarious comedies What We Do in the Shadows and Hunt for the … »

- Collider Video

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‘The Snowman’ Review: The Cinematic Equivalent of Hypothermia

18 hours ago

Director Tomas Alfredson’s previous films, Let the Right One In and Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, have been delicate attempts at genre reconstructions. Let the Right One In isn’t just a vampire film and Tinker Tailor isn’t just a spy film. They take the genre conventions and find a way to do something new. Sometimes it works like with Let the Right One In and sometimes it comes up a little short like Tinker Tailor, but you can at least see a careful hand at work. His latest film, The Snowman, goes off the rails so badly that … »

- Matt Goldberg

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‘Get Out’ Leads Gotham Awards Nominations; James Franco, Adam Sandler Score Best Actor Nods

18 hours ago

In case you haven’t noticed, awards season is in full swing. I’ve been rolling out my early Oscar predictions all week, and today the nominations were announced for the 27th Annual Ifp Gotham Awards, which kicks off awards season each year by honoring the very best in independent filmmaking. The Gotham Awards are also where some smaller movies can get a boost in profile right before the bevy of awards ceremonies begin, and somewhat surprisingly today’s Gotham nominations are led by a movie that came out in January: Get Out. Indeed, Jordan Peele’s social thriller scored … »

- Adam Chitwood

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Margot Robbie Is Tonya Harding in First ‘I, Tonya’ Teaser

19 hours ago

Fresh off of receiving two Gotham Awards nominations for Best Feature and Best Actress, the first teaser trailer for the darkly comedic Tonya Harding biopic I, Tonya has been released online. Directed by Craig Gillespie (Lars and the Real Girl), the film chronicles the life of figure skater Tonya Harding from her rough upbringing to Olympic infamy, tracking the path that led to the violent incident with Nancy Kerrigan. This teaser offers just a simple taste of what you’ll find in the full film, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival to a pretty positive response. The movie … »

- Adam Chitwood

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‘Star Wars Battlefront II’: New Trailer Has You Fighting for the Empire After ‘Return of the Jedi’

19 hours ago

EA has released a new Star Wars Battlefront II trailer. The upcoming video game will continue the same kind of large-scale battles that made the original so popular, but this time they’re improving the single-player campaign in that the sequel will actually have one. While 2015’s Battlefront did have a few single-player objectives that could keep you busy when none of your friends were online, it was a game built primarily around multiplayer action and any single-player events were more like training missions. However, with Battlefront II EA and Dice have put in a … »

- Matt Goldberg

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