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  Arrow: The Complete Fourth Season After defeating his most formidable foe to date and riding off into the sunset with longtime flame Felicity Smoak, Oliver Queen (aka The Arrow) left Starling City with the hopes of beginning a new life. But will Oliver ever truly be able to leave

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Legends of Tomorrow is the much anticipated The Flash/Arrow spinoff show that will feature various favorite characters from the shows and Ciara Renée will be playing Hawkgirl.

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DC Entertainment has announced that its two superhero fueled shows (‘Arrow’ and’ The Flash’) are set to have digital comics. DC Comics will be creating Arrow: Season 2.5 and Flash: Season Zero.

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British writer-director Caradog James has just released the first trailer for his futuristic new film, The Machine. Unfortunately, despite the film’s important message, the sci-fi thriller’s teaser does not do the film justice. Instead, the preview looks like another boring rehash of iconic Hollywood films like The Terminator, Blade Runner

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Over the weekend, we attended an Archery in Pop Culture panel at LA’s Comikaze. Check out some of the things we learned!

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Fall 2013 TV Premieres Schedule

September marks the return of the Fall TV season! With so much TV returning and debuting, it’s hard to keep track of when to tune in. Check out the full schedule of premiere dates below and let us know what shows you’re looking forward to in the comments. I can’t

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After a brief hiatus, Kristal (@kristal_bailey) and Marcos (@poppas2cents) are back to talk about various TV new items involving ABC’s S.H.I.E.L.D. pilot, renewals and full season pick-ups, which new shows are their favorites and which ones have been disappointments, and as always what they’ve been watching. Check out the episode

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In today’s news invasion we feature The Expendables 2, The Hangover III, Paranormal Activity 4, Arrow, I, Alex Cross and more.

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While The CW isn’t as big as the other four networks, they do have some promising shows in the works. They also have some shows that are so out there, that they’ll either be great or crash in a blaze. The CW doesn’t work the same as other networks, allowing

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