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Here’s What’s Leaving Netflix in October 2017

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It’s time to see what you need to feverishly binge-watch on Netflix before it leaves the streaming service next month. Yes indeed, while Netflix has announced a slew of exciting titles available to stream in October, the streaming service is also pulling a number of noteworthy films and shows as their licenses expire. Most notably, 30 Rock—one of the best sitcoms of all time—is leaving Netflix starting October 1st, as is Friday Night Lights, one of the best drama series of all time. It’s a bummer to be sure, but all the more reason to … »

- Adam Chitwood

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‘Game of Thrones’ Developing 5th Potential Prequel Series from Writer Bryan Cogman

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Earlier this year, we reported that HBO was considering four Game of Thrones prequel series. While that doesn’t necessarily mean that all four will get ordered to series, HBO is definitely trying to keep as many fires in the irons as possible so there’s a way to continue their successful brand after the main series ends.  Dan Weiss and David Benioff will not be involved with the prequels, and it’s unknown what the prequel series will pursue, although George R.R. Martin says that it won’t be Robert’s Rebellion since the details of that were … »

- Matt Goldberg

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‘Isle of Dogs’ Trailer Teaser Previews Wes Anderson’s New Stop-Motion Animated Feature

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Fox Searchlight has unveiled a frustratingly short trailer teaser for Wes Anderson's upcoming stop-motion animated feature Isle of Dogs. This film marks Anderson's return to the medium following his twice Oscar-nominated 2009 effort Fantastic Mr. Fox. There's really not much to say about this trailer teaser since it doesn't really preview much of anything beyond the Japanese setting in the background, but hey, it's Wes Anderson's new stop-motion animated movie, so it's automatically noteworthy. Anderson has said the film is inspired by the work of Akira Kurosawa, so it'll … »

- Adam Chitwood

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Here’s What’s Coming to Netflix in October 2017

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Netflix has unveiled its list of new titles that will be hitting the streaming service next month, and it’s a pretty robust assortment. There are, of course, a few films that seem to be on a rotation of coming to/leaving Netflix every few months, so Boogie Nights, Eyes Wide Shut, and Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby are all returning. But there are also some other brand new additions like Quentin Tarantino’s talky Western The Hateful Eight, the underrated Jason Sudeikis/Allison Brie romantic comedy Sleeping with Other People, filmmaker Noah Baumbach’s delightful comedy While … »

- Adam Chitwood

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‘Channel Zero: No-End House’ Review – Still One of the Scariest Shows on TV

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For those not in the know, Channel Zero is a horror series on Syfy network that delves into internet “urban legends,” the first season being the tale of Candle Cove. The initial outing dealt with a small suburban town haunted by a television program (“Candle Cove”) that unleashed children made of teeth as well as dread pirates upon the sleepy hideaway. Channel Zero’s first season was also excellent, proving to be a combination of Twin Peaks and Nightmare on Elm Street, blending the surreal and the supernatural in a tight, effective package. With No-End House, Channel Zero’s … »

- Evan Valentine

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‘Wonderstruck’: New Trailer for Todd Haynes’ Latest Follows Two Kids Across Two Eras

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Amazon Studios has released a new Wonderstruck trailer. Based on The Invention of Hugo Cabret author Brian Selznick’s critically acclaimed novel, the film traverses two different time periods and follows two young children—a boy in 1977 and a girl in 1927—who make curious discoveries that set them on paths to unfold their mysteries in dazzling symmetry. I run hot and cold on Todd Haynes’ movies, but I’m intrigued by what he’s doing here, and while the film doesn’t seem to be making any traction in the awards race despite being received warmly at Cannes, … »

- Matt Goldberg

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Zach Woods on ‘The Lego Ninjago Movie’, Improvising, and Working with Spielberg on ‘The Post’

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High school can be really tough for a typical teenager, but when you're a half-human, half-robot who is the super-cool Ice Ninja and you can blast a glacial stream from a giant Ice Tank, and yet you can't tell anyone about it or get the glory for it, things get really weird. In The Lego Ninjago Movie, Zane (voiced by Silicon Valley star Zach Woods) just wants to fit in and be seen as a genuine teenager, but that's hard to do when one of your best friends (voiced by Dave Franco) is the … »

- Christina Radish

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‘Tomb Raider’ Featurette Reveals Alicia Vikander’s Transformation into Lara Croft

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Hot on the heels of last night’s trailer debut, Warner Bros. has released a lengthy behind-the-scenes featurette for the upcoming Tomb Raider movie. Directed by Roar Uthaug (The Wave), the video game adaptation tells the origin story of Lara Croft, with Oscar-winning The Danish Girl actress Alicia Vikander taking on the lead role. A 21-year-old bike courier in East London who refuses to follow in her father’s entrepreneurial footsteps, Croft leaves behind her old life and goes in search of her father’s last-known destination: a fabled tomb on a mythical island … »

- Adam Chitwood

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Full ‘Punisher’ Trailer Sets the Stage for Frank Castle’s Murderous Mission

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The full Punisher trailer Netflix has released today is brutal. Which means it's also completely on-brand for this story. The trailer basically lays out Frank Castle's (Jon Bernthal) origin story as far as where his rage and murderous mission comes from, and spares nothing in terms of intensity. Set to Metallica's "One," the action is full-tilt. In speaking to EW recently, Bernthal spoke at length about how much he wants to make sure he gets this story right (and fans of Marvel's series on Netflix will surely be hoping it can avoid the pitfalls … »

- Allison Keene

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‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’ Unleashes 2 New Trailers Featuring Cake and Explosions

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Sony has released two new Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle trailers. The upcoming legacyquel takes place twenty years after the original and finds a new group of players transported into the world of the game where they play as different avatars. Rather than bringing the jungle to the real world, the real world is going into the jungle (similar to how Robin Williams’ character “disappeared” into the game in the first movie) and the group must figure out how to get back home. Since I don’t have any nostalgic feelings for the original Jumanji (it’s a serviceable PG … »

- Matt Goldberg

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What ‘In & Out’ Says About the Complicated History of Lgbtq+ Representation, 20 Years Later

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When In & Out arrived in theaters twenty years ago, the state of Lgbtq+ representation in cinema was only starting to take shape in the form we know it today. Frank Oz's 1997 comedy starred Kevin Kline as a high school teacher whose life turns upside down when a former student outs him during his Oscar acceptance speech. There's just one problem: Kline's character has no idea he's gay. What follows next is largely a fish out of water comedy with broad, inoffensive undertones of inclusion that also manages to miss almost every aspect of what … »

- Haleigh Foutch

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Taika Waititi in Talks to Direct ‘Akira’ for Warner Bros.

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It looks like Warner Bros.’ long-developing adaptation of the graphic novel Akira is heating back up, this time with an extremely buzzworthy director. Deadline reports that Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi is now in talks to take the helm of the Akira remake, which takes place in a rebuilt New Manhattan and revolves around the leader of a biker gang. The studio has been developing this project for a long time, with Ruairi Robinson originally attached to take the helm, followed by the Hughes Brothers with Harry Potter scribe Steve Kloves working on the screenplay. The Hughes Brothers departed, … »

- Adam Chitwood

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‘Ahs: Cult’ Guide, Week 2: Every Question We Have Before “11/9″

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Like a tweet sent at 4 a.m. by the president, American Horror Story usually leaves us with far more questions than answers. Each week, we’re going to take a deeper look into every question the anthology gore-a-palooza needs to answer.  Last night, American Horror Story microwaved a guinea pig until it exploded, and I’m as shocked as you are that sentence isn’t an elaborate sexual innuendo. Meanwhile, this season continues to be the exploding household pet of seasons overall, a furry little nugget of an idea that Ryan Murphy and co. reheated repeatedly until … »

- Vinnie Mancuso

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‘The Good Place’ Season 2 Review: One of TV’s Best Shows Hasn’t Missed a Beat

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Thank God for The Good Place. Given the current state of world affairs and the omnipresence of “gritty” and “grounded” storytelling being done on the small screen, The Good Place is a joyous, optimistic oasis. It’s a show that doesn’t ignore the realities of the world we live in, but chooses to focus on a hopeful humanity rather than a morally bankrupt antihero or a mean-spirited ensemble. The show’s first season delightfully played out the initial setup: Kristen Bell’s Eleanor Shellstrop, a pretty garbage human being by most standards, dies and is accidentally sent to “… »

- Adam Chitwood

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‘The Lego Ninjago Movie’ Review: Cute and Funny Despite a Familiar Construction

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The Lego Ninjago Movie is the first Lego movie where I went in not having much of an investment on what happened. I cared about The Lego Movie because I like Lego, and I cared about The Lego Batman Movie because I like Batman, but Ninjago is a Lego sub-brand where I’ve never really been caught up with the toys (basically Japanese-inspired mechs) or the Cartoon Network series Lego Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu. And yet what The Lego Ninjago Movie shows is that these Lego movies have now established an identity outside of the initial brand, and … »

- Matt Goldberg

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‘Tomb Raider’: First Trailer Highlights Alicia Vikander as the Indomitable Lara Croft

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- Allison Keene

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Linda Hamilton Returning for New ‘Terminator’ Movie; Trilogy Planned

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The Terminator franchise is being reborn once again, but this time another major actor crucial to the series is back: Linda Hamilton. We learned this past January that James Cameron, who directed the groundbreaking 1984 sci-fi film The Terminator and its equally groundbreaking sequel Terminator 2: Judgment Day, was returning to the franchise as a producer when the rights to the series reverted back to him in 2018. At that time, Deadpool director Tim Miller also became attached to take the helm, and it appears the two have been quietly putting together Terminator 6 all year. They’re now … »

- Adam Chitwood

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Damon Lindelof Teases the Start of HBO’s ‘Watchmen’ Series on Instagram

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Looks like it's happening, folks. Damon Lindelof is getting to work on HBO's series adaptation of WatchmenThe Leftovers showrunner is riding off the critical success of dearly departed series, which will go down in the books as one of the boldest, most imaginative pieces of television ever put to screen, and now he's getting to work adapting one of the boldest, most imaginative graphic novels ever put on the page. Lindelof posted an update on Instagram today with the brief text, "Day One." Short, sweet and to the point, the text is accompanied by an image … »

- Haleigh Foutch

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Heroes: What Can We Expect from ‘Justice League’?

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Welcome to the 167th episode of Collider Heroes, hosted by Jon Schnepp, with Amy Dallen and Robert Meyer Burnett. We bring you the latest news about the World of Heroes and Villains on this Tuesday, September 19, 2017: What can we expect from the Justice League movie? Minor Mutations Matt ReevesThe Batman is said to start shooting summer 2018 Captain Marvel adds Oscar Winning Production Designer Andy Nicholson Sebastian Stan talks about the smooth shooting on Avengers: Infinity War Venom casting call looking for mercenaries Battle Van will be used in Netflix The Punisher series David Ayer tweets Joker &… »

- Collider Video

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TV Talk: ‘The Punisher’ Fires off a New Teaser Trailer

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On this episode of Collider TV Talk (September 19, 2017) Josh Macuga, David Griffin, and Grace Hancock discuss: The new The Punisher teaser trailer. First set photo from Good Omens What we missed on Sunday! Vice Principals The Deuce (Prostitution 101) Ray Donovan Episodes David’s Great British Breakdown Electric Dreams pilot review Twitter Questions Pick of the Day - If you could get caught picking your nose by any celebrity who would it be? [caption id="attachment_643144" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Image via Paul Schiraldi/HBO[/caption]… »

- Collider Video

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