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Under The Dome season 2 episode 10 review: The Fall

7 hours ago

This week’s Under The Dome is all about the egg-xit strategy. Here’s Frances’ review…

This review contains spoilers.

2.10 The Fall

A moment’s silence please, to mark the passing of Phil Bushey, whose leap of faith landed him not on the soft rubber of the Zenith children’s playground but on the sharp end of a massive pointy rock. Rest in peace Phil - you may have spent your final days creeping about Chester’s Mill like the most arbitrary of arbitrary Scooby Doo villains but we’ll always remember you as the gambling addict, town sheriff, Skeeter Davis-loving DJ that none of the writers knew what to do with that you really were.

The Rennie men drove the action of The Fall (directed by E.R.'s Eriq La Salle, incidentally) by doing what the Rennie men do – making threats, pointing guns at people and locking women »

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New trailer for Monsters: Dark Continent

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Monsters 2 arrives in cinemas this November. Here's the latest trailer for Monsters: Dark Continent...

Whilst Gareth Edwards was off making this summer's Godzilla, the sequel to his previous film, Monsters, was in production. Monsters: Dark Continent, as it's known, has been directed by Tom Green (who helmed several episodes of Misfits), and it picks things up ten years after the first film.

Due in cinemas on 28th November, Gareth Edwards has executive produced the film, and we've got a trailer for it here. Take a mooch and see what you think...

One more thing: if you haven't seen the original Monsters, do consider digging it out. It's a real treat.

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Trailer for upcoming British comedy United We Fall

12 hours ago

From the director of Leon The Pig Farmer comes a new comedy, about a bunch of footballers. Here's the trailer for United We Fall...

Director Gary Sinyor came to prominence through his economic and impressive debut Leon The Pig Farmer. However, he's steadily built up an interesting body of work since then, including the really fun spoof period drama movie, Stiff Upper Lips.

He's got a new film coming out next month too, in the shape of United We Fall. This is a mockumentary about a group of upcoming footballers - clearly based on Manchester United's Class Of '92 - and a trailer for it has just landed. You can see that right here....

United We Fall is out in cinemas on October 17th.

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Trailer lands for Arrow season 3

14 hours ago

Trailer foretells flirting, fighting and failing of cities from Arrow season three…

Will it ever stop being fun to hear Stephen Amell tell someone that they’ve failed this city in his Arrow voice? It doesn’t seem that way.

As well as an utterance of those enigmatic words, the new trailer for Arrow season three also promises more secrets, lots of combat and some development of the much-discussed romance between Oliver and Felicity.

The fact that the trailer is set to music seems a little cheesy, but there’s plenty to look forward to here. Check it out…

Arrow returns on 8 October.

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Bloodborne trailer and release date

15 hours ago

PS4 exclusive Bloodborne has a release date in Japan, along with a new trailer...

Bloodborne, the next IP coming from Demon's Souls and Dark Souls developer, From Software, now has a release date in Japan. February 5 2015 is the magic date for PS4 owners waiting on the next direction of the Souls series, at least in Japan.

The below trailer is for the Japanese gaming audience, and so the release date may change for the western release. However, Dark Souls 2's release was an international one, so we may also get the game at the same time, or within the same week.

Bloodborne looks every bit the Souls game at heart, but there have been many changes to the formula to take the title in a new direction. Most notably is the move away from the defensive combat style seen in the Souls games, to a much more attacking, and fast-paced style, »

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First teaser trailer for Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 2

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The trailer for Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. season two has the gang becoming ‘ghosts’…

Say what you like about Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D., but it’s hard to deny that the first season went from strength to strength in its final few episodes.

Similarly to the ideal way to distribute lanyards, the show's debut season taught us that it might be best to judge each episode on a case by case basis rather than making sweeping judgements.

Especially after the revelations of Captain America: The Winter Soldier reshuffled the deck, things really livened-up for Coulson and co. The show began embracing the espionage angle we had all been waiting for, with secrets, gadgets and distrust appearing everywhere - It was thrilling viewing.

This improved, shadowy S.H.I.E.L.D. will extend into the new season it seems, as proved by this new trailer…

Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. season two premieres stateside on 23 September. »

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Star Wars: Episode VII adds Game Of Thrones swordsman

15 hours ago

Miltos Yerolemou trained Arya Stark in Game Of Thrones. Next stop? Lightsabres in Star Wars...

There can't be too many casting announcements left where Jj Abrams' Star Wars: Episode VII is concerned, but here's one. Miltos Yerolemou, who popped up in the first season of Game Of Thrones, has joined the now-shooting new Star Wars adventure.

Yerolemou played Syrio Forel in the show, notable for teaching Arya Stark about the ways of swordfighting. His role in the new Star Wars film is not expected to be a big one, but it is likely to involve waving a lightsabre around. He joins another Game Of Thrones alumni, Gwendoline Christie, in the new Star Wars cast.

Production continues on the film, which is due in cinemas in December 2015.

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Wesley Snipes reportedly offered a return to Blade

15 hours ago

Could Blade be returning? A new report suggests that an offer has now been made to Wesley Snipes to reprise the role...

The Expendables III may not have been the raging success that its makers were hoping it would be (courtesy of a muted PG-13 rating and a well-reported internet leak), but it did mark the return of Wesley Snipes to the big screen. Snipes had been, er, 'otherwise engaged' for a couple of years, but now he's out of prison, he's clearly keen to get cracking with a few more movies.

What's more, he might be landing a decent payday to reprise arguably his most successful role (Demolition Man aside, natch). The New York Daily News is reporting that Snipes has been offered $3m and a cut of the profits to reprise the role of Blade in a new sequel. This follows murmurings of a new Blade film in the weeks before. »

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Doctor Who series 8: trailer for Robot Of Sherwood

15 hours ago

Here's the teaser trailer for the next episode of Doctor Who, Mark Gatiss' Robot Of Sherwood...

With a lot of footage from the ‘Next Time’ promo, and a few other snippets, the trailer for this Saturday’s Doctor Who episode Robot Of Sherwood has now appeared online.

The teaser, which mainly expands on the Doctor’s scepticism and Robin Hood’s coolness (there’s something Arrow-esque in the parkour-style moments), conveys a lot in thirty seconds. Have a look…

Robot Of Sherwood, which has been penned by Mark Gatiss, airs this Saturday at 19:30 on BBC1.

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Plans back on for a 24 movie

15 hours ago

Jack Bauer might just be heading to the big screen after all, after the success of 24: Live Another Day...

Following the successful return of Jack Bauer to the screen in 24: Live Another Day earlier this year, it seems that the long-mooted 24 movie may be back on the cards.

TV Line is reporting that Imagine Entertainment is now "kicking around a new feature idea". At this stage, 20th Century Fox - which would fund and distribute the film - hasn't bitten, and the studio is said to be keen on another miniseries. Whether it prefers that to the film route remains to be seen.

The 24 movie idea has been on and off since season eight of the show came to an end in May 2010. At one stage, a rumoured Die Hard/24 crossover was a possibility. The shape of the current film plan isn't yet known, but we'll keep an eye on the story, »

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Stan Lee confirms Marvel working on a Black Panther movie

15 hours ago

Marvel appears to be definitely working on a Black Panther movie. At least that's what Stan Lee says...

With a raft of release dates confirmed through to 2019, albeit most of them without a named movie attached yet, Marvel Studios has no shortage of balls to juggle. It's moving its output up to three films a year from 2017 as well, and it's looking increasingly likely that one of the projects it's earmarking for release is the long-suggested Black Panther film.

Stan Lee, for one, says that he's happening. And you might just suspect that he has some insider access on such things.

Chatting at Fan Expo Canada late last week, Lee told the crowd that a Black Widow movie is likely, "because eventually all the superheroes are going to have their own movies". He then confirmed that "they are already working on Ant-Man, Doctor Strange and the Black Panther, and there »

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Production begins on Magic Mike Xxl

15 hours ago

Steven Soderbergh isn't directing the now-shooting Magic Mike Xxl, starring Channing Tatum. But he's still behind the camera....

The sequel to surprise hit Magic Mike has begun shooting, it's been confirmed, with Gregory Jacobs taking over as director from original helmer Steven Soderbergh. The new film, Magic Mike Xxl, still has Soderbergh involved however, as he's acting as director of photography, camera operator and film editor on the new production.

Channing Tatum reprises his role in the sequel (and he's co-written the film again, with Reid Carolin), which is set to arrive in cinemas on July 1st 2015. Co-stars include Joe Manganiello and a likely returning Alex Pettyfer. Matthew McConaughey, however, is not expected back.

More as we hear it.

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Falling Skies season 4 episodes 11 & 12 review: Space Oddity & Shoot The Moon

1 September 2014 8:20 AM, PDT

Falling Skies ends season 4 with a decent enough double-bill but is really starting to show its age. Here's Ron's review...

This review contains spoilers.

4.11 Space Oddity & 4.12 Shoot The Moon

Increasingly, there's been a trend among television shows to turn season finales from a single episode into a big event. In some cases, they actually film a two-hour episode and make it a legitimate special event. More commonly, the big finale event is just two episodes shown back to back, perhaps with a little editing to make them flow together a bit better (or to cut out the recap). In the case of Falling Skies, you get two back-to-back episodes to finish off the fourth season and pave the way for the show's final season next summer. The episodes covered a lot of ground, and I debated with myself for entirely too long how to best handle the review. In the end, »

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See the funniest film of the year in cinemas for free!

1 September 2014 5:14 AM, PDT

We've got hundreds of tickets to give away to screenings of Pride this coming Sunday. Here's how you can win some...

This is a very straight down the line, no fuss post. One that gets to the point. Hope you like it.

Pride is the funniest comedy of the year. It's truly brilliant. Our review of the film is here.

Here is the trailer, although we wouldn't recommend watching it. Just see the film knowing as little as possible.

We have, this coming Sunday, hundreds of seats for Den Of Geek readers to see the film early, and hopefully shout about it afterwards.

It's being shown at 20 screens around the country (Sunday 7th September at 10.30am).

Specifically? Basingstoke, Birmingham, Bristol Cribbs, Cambridge, Croydon Grants, Edinburgh Omni, Fulham Broadway, Hull, Islington, Manchester Lowry, Northampton, Norwich, Portsmouth, Shepherds Bush, Stratford, Swansea, Thurrock, Wood Green, Worcester and York.

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Resident Evil: Revelations 2 officially announced

1 September 2014 2:01 AM, PDT

A new Resident Evil is coming, and it's a sequel to the old school Revelations...

Capcom has officially revealed the sequel to the actually quite good Resident Evil: Revelations. The news comes ahead of the Tokyo Game Show, where more details are promised.

For now, we know that the game is being developed by the same core team who worked on Revelations, and the sequel will break some new ground, doing away with familiar, long-serving protagonists in favour of new characters and settings.

That's really all we know for now, but the game will make an appearance in playable form a Tgs, so we'll find out more very soon. For now, have a look at the teaser below.

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Defiance season 2 episodes 12 & 13 review: All Things Must Pass & I Almost Prayed

1 September 2014 1:31 AM, PDT

Defiance concludes its second season with an unsatisfying finale. Despite engaging characters, the show still hasn't found its feet...

This review contains spoilers.

2.12 All Things Must Pass & 2.13 I Almost Prayed

With undue haste Syfy rushed to the end of Defiance, showing the final four stories in just two weeks. I'm not sure why, but it probably doesn’t bode well for a third season, I’d suggest. Episode twelve splices directly into the previous story, where Irisa has stabbed Tommy, and poor Nolan is dragging him through the winter woodland that surrounds Defiance.

I’ve had issues with Tommy’s character all season, and here it all came to a head. Because a large amount of All Things Must Pass was occupied with making him seem a more sympathetic character, back-filing unseen events only then to let him die seemed like a waste. It felt like that three week homework »

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Downton Abbey: trailer lands for series 5

31 August 2014 11:40 PM, PDT

ITV reveals a trailer for the fifth series of Downton Abbey, here it is...

We might just owe a debt of gratitude to Downton Abbey. After all, it was there for Jon Favreau’s Happy Hogan when the explodey events of Iron Man 3 landed him in hospital. And if it’s good enough for Happy? Well, we’re willing to give it a shot.

Here’s the trailer for series five, recently released by ITV. And more importantly, here are 12 geeky things about Downton Abbey...

The show returns to ITV on 21 September.

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Guardians Of The Galaxy becomes 2014's biggest film in Us

31 August 2014 11:21 PM, PDT

James Gunn's Guardians Of The Galaxy climbs to the 2014 box office summit in America...

Truthfully, who would have called this at the start of the summer? For over the past few days, Marvel and director James Gunn's Guardians Of The Galaxy has become the number one film at the Us box office in 2014. It's now overtaken Captain America: The Winter Soldier and The Lego Movie to earn that feat, topping the box office in the States once more over the weekend.

The film's current total stands at $274m in the Us, and it's expected to be the first movie this year to break $300m in America. It's not hitting to quite the same degree outside of America, bringing in another $273m there, for a combined $547m. Yet these are still sizeable numbers for an off-piste movie in a late summer slot.

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Phil Lord and Chris Miller to remake The Greatest American Hero

31 August 2014 11:20 PM, PDT

Cult classic The Greatest American Hero is getting the Lord and Miller treatement...

If you’re an intellectual property, which you’re probably not if you’re reading this article, one of the best things that can happen to you is being snapped up by Chris Miller and Phil Lord.

Quickly becoming one of cinemas hottest properties, the dynamic duo have already resurrected 21 Jump Street, helmed its sequel and built The Lego Movie. They’re on an incredible run.

Now, the latest project to be rejuvenated by Lord and Miller is The Greatest American Hero. The 1981 comic sci-fi drama is based on an unwitting superhero discovering their powers.

Fox is funding a pilot from Lord and Miller, which we've got  a feeling could be absolutely hilarious.

Their protagonist will be inner-city school teacher Isaac (a different teacher to William Katt's in the original), who dislikes his new-found superheroic responsibilities »

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MacGruber 2 still on the way

31 August 2014 11:18 PM, PDT

Will Forte and Jorma Taccone are making progress with MacGruber 2. Now they need someone to let them make it...

It was last year that Will Forte confirmed plans for a sequel to comedy action movie MacGruber. And in a new chat with Collider, Forte has revealed that things are moving along on the project.

Writer-director Jorma Taccone is once again at work on the movie, and Forte revealed that "Jorma just sent an outline for MacGruber 2. We had worked together on something and I had fleshed out the first act of MacGruiber 2. He took that and went nuts on the rest of it".

So will the new film definitely happen? Maybe, maybe not. "It's out of our hands. But were writing it for sure", Forte said. "If somebody will let us do it, then we'll do it".

Will Forte will next be seen in Life Of Crime.

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