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Greed is ... good? Why Hollywood can't make its mind up about billionaires

Greed is ... good? Why Hollywood can't make its mind up about billionaires
Steve Coogan’s take on Philip Green is the latest in a long list of tycoons portrayed on screen, ranging from corrupt tax avoiders to smouldering heroes

Greed is not good in Greed. Director Michael Winterbottom’s new satire shows us wealth in all its vanity, venality and vulgarity, as flaunted by Steve Coogan’s besieged fashion tycoon – a thinly veiled Philip Green (there’s a mental image for you), with hints of Richard Branson, Richard Caring and Nero. Greed – scornful of modern excess and mindful of exploitation – is just the kind of parable we need right now. But movies have been sending out decidedly mixed messages about billionaires recently.

Take a look at Michael Bay’s latest outspaffing, 6 Underground, in which Ryan Reynolds plays a billionaire-playboy-genius type who assembles a vigilante squad dedicated to taking out “truly world-class evil motherfuckers”, however many frantically edited action set-pieces it takes.
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Batwoman Episode 12 Review: Take Your Choice

Batwoman Episode 12 Review: Take Your Choice
A remnant from the Crisis forces Kate to reckon with the season's central conflict in a new way, in yet another a solid episode of Batwoman




This Batwoman review contains spoilers.

Batwoman Episode 12

Kate Kane was finally forced to make the real-world, tangible version of the choice she’s been turning over in her mind since she figured out Alice’s identity: does she save who Alice is, or who she might become? After another short hiatus, Batwoman returned to find Kate reckoning with her own personal consequence of the Crisis. On the whole, a solid episode that found a new way to force Kate to reckon with the season’s central conflict.

The Arrowverse continues to use other earths as a Magic 8 Ball; for every major “what if” a character might ask, there’s an alternate earth waiting with a living answer to which they can hold up their feelings.
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The CW 2019-20 Season Ratings (updated 2/15/20)

The CW 2019-20 Season Ratings (updated 2/15/20)
Last season, The CW renewed all of its regular season shows (excluding the two that were already ending). That move was likely due to the network programming six nights a week, instead of its traditional five. How many shows will be cancelled or renewed during the 2019-20 season? Stay tuned.

There's lots of data that network execs look at when deciding whether to renew or cancel a TV series but ratings are the major ingredient. These charts will be updated daily, as new ratings data becomes available.

The CW shows (so far): All American, Arrow, Batwoman, Black Lightning, Charmed, The Christmas Caroler Challenge, DC's Legends of Tomorrow, Dynasty, The Flash, Katy Keene, Legacies, Nancy Drew, Riverdale, Supergirl, and Supernatural.

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Supergirl 100th Episode Photos Reveal Mon-El’s Return

Supergirl 100th Episode Photos Reveal Mon-El’s Return
Following Arrow and The Flash, Supergirl becomes the third Arrowverse series to hit 100 episodes next weekend, with the very special “It’s a Super Life.” As the title makes clear, the milestone installment of season 5 will draw inspiration from It’s a Wonderful Life, with a regenerated Mister Mxyzptlk allowing Kara the chance to view how her life could’ve gone if she had made different choices.

In other words, this is a way for the show to take a nostalgic look back at the Girl of Steel’s journey over the past five years, as well as getting a few old faces back for the occasion. It’s been confirmed that Odette Annable and Sam Witwer will be reprising their roles as Reign and Agent Liberty, but the main returning star of the week is Chris Wood as Mon-El. The hero will apparently travel back from the 31st century in the episode,
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Giveaway – Win Deadly Manor on Blu-ray

Giveaway – Win Deadly Manor on Blu-ray
To celebrate the release of Deadly Manor – available on Blu-ray 17th February from Arrow Video – we have a copy up for grabs! An old, dark house… A maniac on the loose… An orgy of bloodlust! All the hallmarks of late master of Spanish macabre José Ramón Larraz are […]

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‘See’: Adrian Paul Joins Jason Momoa & Dave Bautista In Season 2 Of Apple Drama Series

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‘See’: Adrian Paul Joins Jason Momoa & Dave Bautista In Season 2 Of Apple Drama Series
Exclusive: Adrian Paul (Highlander) is set to star alongside Jason Momoa and Dave Bautista in the second season of See, Apple’s world-building drama from Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight and director Francis Lawrence.

Written by Knight, See takes place in the distant future, after a deadly virus decimated humankind. Those who survived emerged blind.

Paul will play Lord Harlan, the ruler of the strongest city in the kingdom.

Momoa stars as Baba Voss — the father of twins born centuries later with the mythic ability to see. Alfre Woodard stars as Paris, Baba Voss’s spiritual leader. Bautista joins the second season alongside returning cast including Hera Hilmar, Sylvia Hoeks, Archie Madekwe and Nesta Cooper.

The series features cast and crew who are blind or have low vision, who helped bring this inclusive and authentic world to life.

See season two is executive produced by Knight, Lawrence, Peter Chernin, Jenny Topping and Jonathan Tropper,
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The Arroverse Finally Confirms Where The Flash’s Central City Is Located

Due to the DC universe’s love of using fictional settings, it’s often hard for fans to work out where exactly in the United States their favorite superheroes live. The Arrowverse has traditionally decided to leave this vague, though there have been a few easter eggs over the years that allow us to paint a bit of a picture. Last night’s episode of Legends of Tomorrow, however, finally provided a definitive location for The Flash‘s Central City.

Titled “Slay Anything,” the episode opened with a flashback to the execution of serial killer Freddy Meyers Aka the Prom Night Killer. When his body was bagged up to be sent back to his hometown of Central City, the label can be glimpsed. And it clearly states that the city is located in Missouri. So, there we go. After six years of the show, the question is finally answered…on a completely different series.
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Arrow Video Us – February 2020 Release Schedule

New from Arrow Video Us and Arrow Academy Us Manon [Blu-ray] (2/25) One Missed Call Trilogy [Blu-ray] (2/25) Deadly Manor [Blu-ray] (2/25) via Mvd Entertainment Group Arrow’s Eclectic Lineup Continues This February with films covering J-Horror, Spanish Slasher and French Drama Genres Arrow continues to offer up a diverse lineup for home video collectors with a threesome …

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‘DC’s Crimes of Passion: 80 Page Giant’ Review

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Written by Various | Art by Various | Published by DC Comics

When you have read as many comics down the years as me, literally in the tens of thousands, you’ve pretty much seen it all. Quirky indie books? Check. Blockbuster multi-title crossovers? Check. Inter-company books? Check. Monthly books published on time? Che….er, well I’ve nearly seen it all. Point is, when you see something a little different it does tend to catch your eye. DC’s Crimes of Passion, echoing those old lurid EC Comics books, certainly caught my eye. Essentially, it’s DC’s attempt at a Valentine’s Day Special, and why not. Actually, it is ten attempts at telling a decent Valentine’s Day story, as there are ten short stories in total, all with different characters and creative teams. Will we get lucky this Valentine’s? Let’s take a look.

Obviously 80 pages and
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TV Ratings: The Conners Soars for Live Episode, The Flash Eyes Lows

ABC's decision to air a live episode of The Conners was a success.

The Roseanne spinoff soared to its best total viewer tally since January 2019, delivering 6.3 million total viewers and a 1.1 rating in the adults 18-49 demo.

The latter marks multi-week highs in the demo.

The increased lead-in support helped Bless This Mess (3.6 million/0.7 rating), mixed-ish (2.6 million/0.6 rating), and black-ish (2.5 million/0.6 rating) recover from season lows.

For Life, a brand new drama launched with 3.2 million viewers and a 0.7 rating.

This was down a tenth from Emergence Season 1's premiere in the slot, but well higher than the 0.5 rating it averaged throughout the season.

On top of that, For Life managed to win the 10/9c slot in the demo. The true test will be whether the series will be stable in the coming weeks.

Over on The CW, The Flash (1.1 million/0.3 rating) posted series lows in the demo and total viewers.
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Frightfest Glasgow Interview: Julien Seri talks ‘Anderson Falls’

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Ahead of the UK premiere of serial killer thriller Anderson Falls at Arrow Video FrightFest Glasgow 2020, director Julien Seri reflects on the his first ‘American’ experience, challenging fight scenes and the importance of personal vision.

It has been five years since we premiered Night Fare at FrightFest London, what have you been up to since then?

I worked on two, very singular, projects as a producer and/or director. I signed for both with Wild Bunch, but we’ve failed to produce them yet. So I keep fighting. And I did a lot of commercials, TV series and music videos.

When did you first hear about the Anderson Falls script and why did you think it was perfect for you to direct?

I received the script late 2017. I read it and said ‘yes’ in the same day. It was a perfect American experience for me because it was low budget,
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The 100 Prequel Spin-Off: Episode Title, Spoilers, Air Date, and More

"Spin-off" seems to be the watchword at The CW with new shows seemingly being created every day thanks to the ever-expanding universes of Arrow and The Vampire Diaries, but this time the spin-off in question comes from our beloved sci-fi show, The 100. The upcoming seventh season will be the show's


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How 'Birds of Prey' Could Build to 'Green Arrow'

How 'Birds of Prey' Could Build to 'Green Arrow'
[This story contains spoilers for Birds of Prey.]

One of the most popular characters featured in Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) is Black Canary, portrayed by Jurnee Smollett-Bell. Of all the characters introduced in the film who could have a franchise outside of Birds of Prey, it’s the martial arts-inclined metahuman. While Dinah Lance, daughter of the Golden Age Black Canary, Dinah Drake, has had plenty of her own solo adventures, some of her most memorable moments in DC Comics have been alongside Oliver Queen, aka Green Arrow. With Arrow on The CW concluding a couple ...
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Birds of Prey Ending Explained

Rosie Knight Feb 8, 2020

The Birds of Prey ending shows an evolution for Harley Quinn, and sets up future adventures with Black Canary, Huntress, and Renee Montoya.

This article contains nothing but Birds of Prey spoilers. We have a spoiler-free review right here.

We can't get enough of the badass women of Birds of Prey! Now that you've seen Harley Quinn and her girl gang take down the baddies of Gotham it's time to break down the end of the movie and work out what it all means for the future of the Birds of Prey and the Dceu going forward.

The Death of Black Mask

Despite being named after the Birds of Prey comic series, this film is really about Harley Quinn finding herself after a nasty breakup with the Joker. The infamous villainess has long been defined by her relationship and without it she's at a loss. Does she
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‘Arrow’ Season 8 and Complete Series Blu-rays Announced with Crisis Included

The Crisis on Infinite Earths has come and gone. Shortly thereafter the Arrowverse originator -- Arrow -- aired its final episode with the Season 8 series finale.

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will wrap up Oliver Queen's journey from party boy to savior of the Multiverse with the home video release of Arrow: Season 8 and Arrow: The Complete Series on April 28th. Both will be available on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD.

As an added bonus, Arrow Season 8 on Blu-ray will include an extra bonus disc that includes all five episodes of Crisis on Infinite Earths. This includes an episode of Arrow, Batwoman, The Flash, Supergirl, and DC's Legends of Tomorrow. Bonus features on this disc include:

Crisis Past and Present: Kevin Conroy Bat Legend

Crisis on Infinite Earths: The Architects Return                        

Crisis Past and Present - Superman vs. Superman                      

Characters in Crisis: Pariah

Crisis Management

Character in Crisis: The Anti-Monitor

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Film Review: One Missed Call 2 (2005) by Renpei Tsukamoto

The sequel to one of the most well-known J-horror franchises saw some major changes. Takashi Miike gave his stead to Renpei Tsukamoto, while the Taiwanese “flavour” of the new story also brought a change in the cast, with Ko Shibasaki, Shinichi Tsutsumi and Goro Kishitani giving their place to Rie Mimura, Asaka Seto and Peter Ho, with the only one retaining his place being Renji Ishibashi as officer Motomiya. Let us see how the new group fared.

Kindergarten teacher Kyoko and her friend Madoka visit the former’s boyfriend, Naoto, in the Chinese restaurant he works at. At the same time, Mr Wang, the owner, picks up his daughter’s phone and the “missed call curse” begins once again, ending up almost immediately to his death. Journalist Takako Nozoe, who has been following the story since the previous deaths, also gets involved in the case soon after the murder occurs,
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Arrow Season 8 Is Coming to Blu-ray with All 5 Crisis Crossover Episodes This April

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After eight remarkable seasons, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and DC mark the end of an epic era with its final installment of the suspenseful and action-packed series with the release of Arrow: The Eighth and Final Season on Blu-ray & DVD April 28, 2020. Get ready for nonstop action from start to finish with all 10 action-packed episodes from the eighth and final season, plus the show's 2019 Comic-Con Panel, the broadcast special Arrow: Hitting the Bullseye and deleted scenes! A limited edition bonus disc featuring all five DC Crossover Event: Crisis on Infinite Earths episodes will be available exclusively for fans who purchase the Blu-ray.

Arrow: The Eighth and Final Season is priced to own at $24.98 Srp ($29.98 in Canada) and $29.98 Srp for the Blu-ray which includes a Digital Code (U.S. only), ($39.99 in Canada). Arrow: The Eighth and Final Season is also available to own on Digital via purchase from digital retailers.

Arrow: The
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The Clock Tower: The Arrowverse Moves Beyond ‘Arrow’ With Shiny New Opening Credits (and More)

The Clock Tower: The Arrowverse Moves Beyond ‘Arrow’ With Shiny New Opening Credits (and More)
(Welcome to The Clock Tower, where we’ll break down the goings on of the The CW network’s Arrowverse. We’ll touch on things like themes, cultural impact, lead-ins to major events, ships, and more every week! Warning: this Clock Tower is filled with spoilers. Proceed at your own risk.) It’s a post-Crisis world, and we’re just […]

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The CW TV Shows: 2019-20 Viewer Votes

Every year, The CW television network airs new and continuing TV series. Many are cancelled and many are renewed by the season's end. Although everyone understands that Nielsen ratings usually play a big role in TV cancellations and renewals, most fans do not get to participate in that system. So, we are offering you the chance to rate CW TV shows here, instead.

The CW TV series that have premiered (so far) during the 2019-20 television season: All American, Arrow, Batwoman, Black Lightning, Charmed, The Christmas Caroler Challenge, DC's Legends of Tomorrow, Dynasty, The Flash, Katy Keene, Legacies, Nancy Drew, Riverdale, Supergirl and Supernatural.

Here's a ranking of how The CW TV shows from the 2019-20 season stack up with our readers. Rate the TV series you watch via the "Vote Now" the links,
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Superhero Bits: ‘Superman and Lois’ Casts the Kids, Avengers Anime Arrives Soon on Disney+ & More

Superhero Bits: ‘Superman and Lois’ Casts the Kids, Avengers Anime Arrives Soon on Disney+ & More
Who is playing Clark Kent and Lois Lane‘s kids on Superman and Lois? What mistake did Marvel Comics make in a recent Captain America comic? Did you hear you’ll get all of Crisis on Infinite Earths on the Blu-ray of the final season of Arrow? What is the Rotten Tomatoes score for Birds of Prey? […]

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