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26. Joe Dante to direct an episode of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow

Melcon, Mel –– – Joe Dante directed, "Homecoming", a movie about fallen soldiers returning from the grave to vote out the politicians who sent them to war. This is part of Showtime's "Master of Horror" series. Dante waas photographed at his home in Los Angeles.The CW continues to line up some bigger names for their "behind the camera" talent

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27. It’s complicated: Marvel Netflix TV and movie characters won’t crossover in Avengers: Infinity War

If you were concerned that the next Avengers movie, Avenger: Infinity War, slated for 2018, would contain 150 Marvel characters and sacrifice drama, storytelling and memory storage to too many characters running around, rest easy: there will only be 100 characters in the film. that's because the Marvel Netflix character can't really cross over into the movies. This little tiddlebt was revealed by director Joe Russo—one half of the Directin' Russo Brothers—who was being interviewed by a Portuguese outlet, and thought, as many have before him, that just because it was in a foreign language he could be bat more candid than normal.

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28. Report: Scott Buck to showrun Marvel and Netflix’s IRON FIST

IRONFIST2014004_cov.jpgMarvel and Netflix's fourth series has reportedly found its new head writer

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29. SUPERGIRL secures an additional seven episodes

supergirl_excerptKara will continue to fly high on CBS deeper into 2016

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30. DC’s LEGENDS OF TOMORROW gets a new trailer and premiere date

Check out the newest trailer for The CW's newest superhero series

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31. Valar Morghulis: Hype Train begins with the First Game of Thrones Season Six Poster

“When you play the Game of Thrones you win or you die.”  While apt in the season one age of Sean Bean, as we head into season six of the smash hit HBO show, the statement doesn’t seem to hold nearly as much water. For those who need a refresher (spoilers abound, but really, it’s been […]

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32. Review: JESSICA JONES is a step-down from Daredevil, but still one of Marvel’s better television efforts

We take a spoiler-free look at the highly anticipated Marvel/Netflix series

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33. The ARROW/FLASH crossover episode synopses have popped up online

What can we expect in this year's big crossover event?

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34. Jeffrey Dean Morgan cast as The Walking Dead’s Negan

One of television's most popular series has found a new big bad

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35. AMC debuts first trailer for PREACHER

During tonight’s episode of The Walking Dead, AMC premiered the first trailer for their upcoming adaptation of Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon’s DC/Vertigo series Preacher. Starring Dominic Cooper in the lead, along with Joseph Gilgun and Ruth Negga, AMC’s hopes are high that the Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg produced series will be their next […]

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36. HOUSE OF CARDS’ Nathan Darrow Cast as GOTHAM’s Mr. Freeze

It's a cold cold world we live in.

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37. New SUPERGIRL Trailer Teases the Intro of a Fan Favorite DC Character

What to expect in the upcoming season of CBS' SUPERGIRL.

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38. Elite Beat Roundtable: Is CBS’s new SUPERGIRL show hot or not?

The Supergirl pilot that debuted last night on CBS a lot of weight on its shoulders. The show tells the story of Kara Zor-El, played by Melissa Benoist, as she escapes Superman's shadow and comes into her own as National City's first superhero. It is the network's first major superhero endeavor, the first superhero show led be a solo female in more than 40 years and the pilot had a lot of ground to cover, attempting to endear characters to new viewers while also trying to re-envision elements of the mythos without alienating established comics fans. Does it succeed? The Beat is here to tell you with a hard hitting roundtable. We've always wanted to have one of those.

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39. Guest Column: I’ve had it with The Walking Dead over how it portrays Black men

by Thaddeus Howze [Editor’s note: There’s been a lot of controversy over how The Walking Dead treats its non-white characters. While I was impressed with the number of people of color in the cast, they haven’t always survived the zombie apocalypse in heroic fashion. But everyone dies in a zombie apocalypse, you may say. I […]

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40. JESSICA JONES gets its first full-length trailer

ALIAS comes to life!

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41. REVIEW: Marvel’s Jessica Jones Starts as a Slow Boil, but Does it Get Steamy?

We screened the pilot episode of Marvel and Netflix series Jessica Jones at NYCC 2015 to see if the show has the potential for Daredevil-level success.

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42. NYCC’15: WBTV Preview Night Screenings

Last Thursday, early afternoon, I perused the lower level halls of New York Comic Con. Autographings and photo ops were running nicely, and the Queue Hall (aka “the stockyards”) was mostly empty, as the morning crush had long subsided, and most of the Main Stage events in Hall 1-D had already occurred.  Out of curiosity, […]

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43. Are Fox and Marvel finally striking some deals? Rumors abound!

Yesterday, it was announced that Fox, who holds the film rights for the X-Men and the Fantastic Four, struck an agreement with Marvel in order to pursue their long held goal of putting another X-Men television series back on the screen. The last time this occurred in live action, it gave us such works of […]

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44. 9 Things The Cast of Marvel’s GOTG On Disney XD Want You To Know

At the beginning of the month Comics Beat received an invitation to check out the first two episodes of Disney XD’s upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy animated series. ICYMI we previously gave our thoughts about the first episode of the series. With the GOTG set to officially debut this weekend here’s nine things the talent behind the show […]

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45. ICYMI: First Official Footage of Marvel’s Jessica Jones Revealed!

In two weeks, we’ll be getting some quality time with the cast of Netflix’s next Marvel Defenders series, Jessica Jones, at New York Comic Con.  The followup to the incredibly lauded Daredevil, the series will focus on the titular metahuman, portrayed by Krysten Ritter, as she attempts to salvage her life as a detective after a brief […]

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46. The latest Jessica Jones teaser hints at Kilgrave’s menace

Hey, what do you know? We finally get a Jessica Jones teaser that shows Krysten Ritter’s face. Additionally, it sounds like we can now confirm that David Tennant’s Kilgrave/Purple Man will be British. That’s a nice a sigh of relief really, given that his efforts at an American accent were pretty uneven on Gracepoint, I’m […]

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47. NYCC ’15: The first trailer for Cinemax’s OUTCAST debuts

Debuting today at NYCC, here’s the first trailer for Cinemax’s adaptation of Robert Kirkman and Paul Azaceta’s Outcast. Outside of The Knick, there’s not a lot drawing my eyes over to that network, but perhaps this can change that.

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48. NYCC ’15: THE FLASH and ARROW sizzle reels from today’s WBTV panel

As it says on the tin, here are the two sizzle reels that debuted at today’s Warner Bros. television panel:

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49. NYCC ’15: The DAREDEVIL Season 2 teaser gives a glimpse at Elektra and The Punisher

It’s only about 30 seconds long and only gives you the briefest of brief looks at Elodie Yung as Elektra and Jon Bernthal as The Punisher, but here’s the snippet that NYCC-goers got to see of Daredevil Season 2.   Daredevil season 2 trailer pic.twitter.com/tyM8yOx4ds — Alan Lopez (@lmNotAutistic) October 12, 2015 I wasn’t there, […]

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50. Rumor: FX to Produce Brian K. Vaughan’s “Y: THE LAST MAN” for TV

According to Hollywood Reporter, FX has a Y: the Last Man TV series in the works.  Written by Brian K. Vaughan and illustrated by Pia Guerra, the Vertigo comic was Vaughan’s breakout success and led to his producer role on ABC’s Lost.  Vaughan is slated to be joined by Nina Jacobson and Brad Simpson from Color Force, a studio […]

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