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OCT
24
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'Constantine' Director: "I Felt Like a Wrong Needed to Be Righted"

'Constantine' Director: "I Felt Like a Wrong Needed to Be Righted"

Neil Marshall introduces a new version of John Constantine to the world Friday.

The director says he took on directing duties for the NBC pilot in part because he wanted to get things right. (Diehard Constantine fans have complained about Keanu Reeves' 2005 version being American, among other things.)

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OCT
24
6 HRS

'Constantine' Star Matt Ryan: "He's Not Afraid to Stick the Middle Finger to the Devil"

'Constantine' Star Matt Ryan: "He's Not Afraid to Stick the Middle Finger to the Devil"

NBC's Constantine, the fourth DC Comics property to hit TV, has seen dramatic changes in the months leading up to its premiere. In July, two months after getting ordered to series, executive producers David Goyer and Daniel Cerone announced that Angelica Celaya would be replacing Lucy Griffiths as the show's female lead.

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OCT
24
7 HRS

Marvel to Show More 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' Footage During ABC's 'SHIELD'

Marvel to Show More 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' Footage During ABC's 'SHIELD'

Following the earlier-than-planned release of the Avengers: Age of Ultron teaser trailer — prompted by an online leak — Marvel Studios has revealed that it will be replacing the announced broadcast premiere of the trailer during next week’s episode of Agents of SHIELD with more footage from the movie.

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OCT
24
7 HRS

'Zero Dark Thirty' Cinematographer Says He's Working on 'Star Wars' Spinoff

'Zero Dark Thirty' Cinematographer Says He's Working on 'Star Wars' Spinoff

Greig Fraser, the Australian cinematographer best known for his work on Kathryn Bigelow’s Zero Dark Thirty, is headed into space for his next project, he said in a new interview. He’ll be working with Gareth Edwards on one of the upcoming Star Wars stand-alone movies.

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OCT
24
8 HRS

Warner Bros. Picks Up 'World Breaker' From 'Signal' Filmmaker

Warner Bros. Picks Up 'World Breaker' From 'Signal' Filmmaker

Warner Bros. has picked up World Breaker, a new project from Will Eubank, the filmmaker behind sci-fi thriller The Signal.

Eubank wrote the script with British scribe Phil Gawthorne and is also attached to direct.

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OCT
24
8 HRS

Watch the Many, Many Deaths of 'Star Wars' in Under Three Minutes

Watch the Many, Many Deaths of 'Star Wars' in Under Three Minutes

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, a lot of people died. Like, a lot of people.

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OCT
24
8 HRS

Sony Picks Up Supernatural Thriller Pitch 'Exposure' (Exclusive)

Sony Picks Up Supernatural Thriller Pitch 'Exposure' (Exclusive)

Sony has picked up Exposure, a pitch from Eric Heisserer with Neal Moritz and his Original Film producing.

Heisserer, who will write the script, is also attached to direct and executive produce.

Details of the plot are being kept under quarantine but it is described as a supernatural thriller with elements tonally similar to The Ring, the 2002 horror movie in which a mysterious videotape caused the death of those who watched it.

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OCT
24
9 HRS

Expect to See Some Other Marvel Characters in 'Big Hero 6'

Expect to See Some Other Marvel Characters in 'Big Hero 6'

When Big Hero 6 is released on Nov. 6, Marvel fans might want to pay particularly close attention to the scene set in the room belonging to the movie’s resident fanboy, Fred (voiced by T.J. Miller).

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OCT
24
9 HRS

'Agent Carter' Enlists 'Nikita's' Lyndsy Fonseca

'Agent Carter' Enlists 'Nikita's' Lyndsy Fonseca

ABC's Agent Carter continues to hit the casting out of the park.

The midseason "bridge" show has enlisted Nikita favorite Lyndsy Fonseca, Marvel announced on Friday.

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OCT
23
1 day

Hear Meryl Streep's Singing Witch in New 'Into The Woods' Short

Hear Meryl Streep's Singing Witch in New 'Into The Woods' Short

It’s been eight long years since we last saw Meryl Streep singing on the big screen — alongside Pierce Brosnan and Amanda Seyfried in the movie version of Mamma Mia — but the drought is almost over, as a new tease for the upcoming Into The Woods demonstrates.

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OCT
23
1 day

DC's CCO on Movie-TV Crossover: "Never Say Never"

DC's CCO on Movie-TV Crossover: "Never Say Never"

The announcement that Ezra Miller would play DC Entertainment's scarlet speedster The Flash on the big screen, even though Grant Gustin plays the same character on the current CW series, led many people to believe that DC would never follow the Marvel model of integrating its movie and TV properties.

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OCT
23
1 day

'Archie' TV Adaptation Lands at Fox

'Archie' TV Adaptation Lands at Fox

Archie may be coming to TV.

Fox is getting into business with Archie Comics, putting into development the modern-day one-hour drama Riverdale based on the popular Archie characters from prolific TV producer Greg Berlanti (Arrow, The Flash).

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OCT
23
1 day

Anchor Bay Picks Up Horror Movie 'Muck' (Exclusive)

Anchor Bay Picks Up Horror Movie 'Muck' (Exclusive)

Anchor Bay Entertainment has picked up the U.S. and Canadian distribution rights to Muck, the debut horror movie from Steve Wolsh.

The company is planning a theatrical release in the first quarter of 2015 and then plans to release across all platforms.

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OCT
23
1 day

'Avengers' Villain Ultron Is 'A Very Powerful, Smart Child,' Says James Spader

'Avengers' Villain Ultron Is 'A Very Powerful, Smart Child,' Says James Spader

As the newly-released trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron makes clear, Marvel Studios’ latest bad guy is a terrifying, armor-crushing robotic monster. But, to hear James Spader — who provides the voice for the character — tell it, we’re simply not seeing Ultron’s good side just yet.

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