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Ray Bradbury Sci-Fi and Animation Art Collection Up For Auction

Ray Bradbury Sci-Fi and Animation Art Collection Up For Auction

Ray Bradbury’s science fiction and animation art collection is going up for auction on Sept. 25.

Los Angeles auctioneers Nate D. Sanders are handling the sale of the famed writer’s collection.

Bradbury, the famed writer of Fahrenheit 451 and Something Wicked This Way Comes who died in 2012, was a prolific collector.

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'Interstellar' Has the Most Gorgeous Posters Ever Seen

'Interstellar' Has the Most Gorgeous Posters Ever Seen

Yet another new poster — the fourth this week — has been released for Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar, yet again with a spectacular new image revealing a new landscape from the movie… and a new tagline, as well. But what if there's more to the multiple images and taglines than meets the eye?

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The Many Faces of Supergirl

The Many Faces of Supergirl

CBS has committed to a series based on DC Entertainment’s Supergirl, bypassing the pilot process altogether, but exactly which Supergirl is going to show up on screen? In the 55 years since the character’s debut in Action Comics No. 252, there have been multiple incarnations of the Maid of Might — some more complicated than others.

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David Ayer Eyeing Warner Bros.' 'Suicide Squad' (Exclusive)

David Ayer Eyeing Warner Bros.' 'Suicide Squad' (Exclusive)

David Ayer, the gritty filmmaker whose World War II tank drama Fury hits theaters next month, is circling Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment project Suicide Squad.

The project had been in development with Justin Marks attached to write for a couple of years, but sources say it was put on the back burner when focus turned to Warner Bros.' other DC Entertainment property Justice League.

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Greg Berlanti's 'Supergirl' Lands at CBS With Series Commitment

Greg Berlanti's 'Supergirl' Lands at CBS With Series Commitment

Greg Berlanti and Ali Adler's Supergirl has a home: CBS.

CBS has landed the high-profile DC Comics adaptation, handing out a hefty series commitment, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

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'Star Wars: Episode VIII' Director on Series Nostalgia and Lucasfilm's One Demand

'Star Wars: Episode VIII' Director on Series Nostalgia and Lucasfilm's One Demand

For Rian Johnson, writing and directing Star Wars: Episode VIII is simply a return to his origins as a filmmaker. And by origins, he means the earliest of his early days.

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'Star Wars' Stand-Alone Writer Gary Whitta to Pen 'Starlight' for Fox (Exclusive)

'Star Wars' Stand-Alone Writer Gary Whitta to Pen 'Starlight' for Fox (Exclusive)

Gary Whitta has already nabbed one of the hottest writing gigs out there, penning one of the Star Wars stand-alone films, and now he's signed on to work on another hot space hero project.

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Comic Book Critical Mass: Inside TV's Biggest Bet

Comic Book Critical Mass: Inside TV's Biggest Bet

This story first appeared in the Sept. 26 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine.

For years, superheroes have reigned supreme over movies. Now they've set their sights on dominating TV, too.

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'Olympus Has Fallen' Sequel Loses Its Director (Exclusive)

'Olympus Has Fallen' Sequel Loses Its Director (Exclusive)

London Has Fallen has lost its director.

With shooting just six weeks away, Fredrik Bond and Millennium have parted ways over the sequel to 2013’s surprise action hit Olympus Has Fallen.

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'Dredd: The Musical' Takes Up the Cause of Future Cop Sequel

'Dredd: The Musical' Takes Up the Cause of Future Cop Sequel

Fans have been asking for a sequel to Lionsgate’s Dredd for some time, with Rebellion — publishers of 2000AD, the comic in which Judge Dredd first appeared — even throwing its support behind an online petition demanding a sequel’s production. Now, the campaign for Dredd 2 has reached desperate new heights: A musical plea to producers.

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Sony Pictures Releases First Glimpse of Genndy Tartakovsky's 'Popeye'

Sony Pictures Releases First Glimpse of Genndy Tartakovsky's 'Popeye'

Samurai Jack and Dexter's Laboratory creator Genndy Tartakovsky has been teasing his take on the classic King Features Syndicate newspaper strip and cartoon character Popeye for some time, but Thursday afternoon, Sony Pictures Animation revealed a first look at just what that take might look like.

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'King Arthur' Finds Guinevere With 'Pirates of the Caribbean' Actress

'King Arthur' Finds Guinevere With 'Pirates of the Caribbean' Actress

Astrid Berges-Frisbey is in talks to play Guinevere, the iconic lover of Arthur Pendragon, in Knights of the Roundtable: King Arthur, Warner Bros.’ epic retelling of the British legend.

Charlie Hunnam is starring as Arthur, the young man whose journey to the throne the Guy Ritchie-directed movie is recounting.

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'Interstellar' App Puts Fans in Charge of Humanity's Future

'Interstellar' App Puts Fans in Charge of Humanity's Future

Sure, the trailers for Christopher Nolan’s upcoming science fiction movie Interstellar look amazing, but wouldn’t it be great if you could follow in the footsteps of Matthew McConaughey’s character and set off into space to discover potential new homes for humanity yourself?

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The Batmobile Is Part of the New Millennium Falcon

The Batmobile Is Part of the New Millennium Falcon

Director Zack Snyder has been on a bit of a Star Wars kick lately, tweeting out various pictures from the Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice set that riff on classic Star Wars visuals. This morning J.J. Abrams and his production company Bad Robot have struck back.

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