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Collider TV Talk - Supergirl Moving From CBS To CW? Iron Fist Set Photos
On this episode of Collider TV Talk Josh Macuga, David Griffin, Sinéad de Vries and Sasha Perl-Raver discuss the following:
 
-Supergirl rumored to be moving to CW
 
-New Iron Fist set pics revealed
 
-Seth Macfarlane's new live action sci-fi television series
 
-New Ryan Murphy anthology series Feud announced
 
-The Path renewed by Hulu
 
-Superhero rundown
 
-Highlights and lowlights
 
-Streaming spotlight
 
The rumor mill about the girl from Krypton and her future on Network TV is at an all time high. Super Girl just wrapped its freshman season on CBS and although 13 million viewers tuned in for the heavily marketed premiere, about half that many tuned into the finale. Last week, The Wrap reported that CBS’ head honcho Les Moonves is in talks with Warner Brothers TV about the future of the show and its 3 million dollar per episode license fee… AND that’s when the move to The CW rumor caught fire, which seems to be all speculation, with multiple outlets picking up the story. So it would appear CW could be home for a Season 2 of Supergirl entering the DC Universe along with The Flash and Arrow. 
 
Seth Macfarlane, best known as the creator of Family Guy and the voice behind the Ted franchise, got a 13 episode straight to series order at 20th Century Fox TV for an hour long sci-fi dramedy. This will be MacFarlane’s first starring role in a live action series for TV, where he’s best known for his voice work and animated prowess. The yet to be named project will be set 300 years in the future with a rag tag crew of space explorers on a ship best described as ‘pre-owned.’ When asked about the series, MacFarlane said, “I’ve wanted to do something like this show ever since I was a kid, and the timing finally feels right.” 
 
Ryan Murphy, the TV producer behind American Horror Story, The People Vs. OJ Simpson and Scream Queens, announced this week that he will be bringing another anthology series to life with Feud. The series will star Jessica Lange and Susan Sarandon as Joan Crawford and Bette Davis, respectively, and will investigate the story behind their toxic rift during the filming of the 1962 movie, What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?. Murphy will executive produce alongside Brad Pitt and Dede Gardner as well as direct multiple episodes, of which got a full 8 episode order at FX. 
 
In renewal news, Hulu has picked up their original show The Path for a second season and The Mindy Project which they picked up when it was cancelled at FOX, for a 5th season. Both series are available only on the streaming site and unlike Netflix or Amazon, releases the shows on a more traditional weekly basis. 
 
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Collider Movie Talk - Wolverine 3 to Receive R Rating, Ben Affleck Joins Justice League as Executive Producer
On this episode of Collider Movie Talk (May 6th, 2016) Mark Ellis, Jon Schnepp and Dennis Tzeng discuss the following:
 
-Box Office Report (Brought to you by AMC Theatres)
 
-Wolverine 3 to be Rated R
 
-Ben Affleck is now Executive Producer on Justice League
 
-Kevin Feige committed to making Black Widow movie
 
-James Bobin confirmed to direct Jump Street/MIB crossover MIB 23
 
-Martin Scorses to direct De Niro, Pacino and Pesci in The Irishman
 
-First Inferno trailer starring Tom Hanks (http://collider.com/inferno-movie-trailer/)
 
-New images released for Assassin Creed
 
It’s Monday which means its time for the weekend box office report brought to you by our friends at AMC theatres. Disney wins the box office. Again. Captain America: Civil War is now the fifth biggest domestic opening of all time, taking in 181.7 million dollars in its debut for an easy No 1 spot at the box office. At No 2, The Jungle Book, with $21.8 million dollars, down 47 percent since holding the No 1 spot the past three weekends in a row. At No 3, Mothers Day with $9 million. Rounding out the top five, The Huntsman: Winter’s War took in $3.5 million for the No 4 spot, and Keanu took in $3 million for the No 5 spot.
  
Huge Jackman is ready to hang up the claws for good as the X-Men franchise continues barreling forward, but not before one last go-around as the character in Wolverine 3. Jackman spent plenty of time and care ensuring that this last Wolverine movie was up to standards, bringing helmer James Mangold back again to direct. Our own Steve Weintraub chatted with producer Simon Kinberg confirming that the project has begun filming while also confirming that the movie will in fact be rated R.
 
According to Deadline, Warner Bros is making subtle additions to their Justice League braintrust adding Batman himself as an Executive Producer. Ben Affleck will work with director Zack Snyder and screenwriter Chris Terrio behind the scenes with special mention given by Deadline saying Affleck will specifically “support” Snyder during the production in order to make the film the best it can be. 
 
During a conversation with Deadline about this weekend’s domestic release of Captain America: Civil War, Kevin Feige spoke of Marvel Studios committing to a solo movie featuring Black Widow, AKA Natasha Romanoff. The character has appeared in half a dozen MCU titles by Scarlett Johanssen including Iron Man 2, The Avengers, The Winter Soldier, Age of Ultron and now, Civil War. 
  
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During an interview with Collider’s own Steven Weintraub for the upcoming Alice in Wonderland sequel, Alice Through the Looking Glass, James Bobin confirmed he is set to direct MIB 23, the anticipated crossover film between 23 Jump Street and Men in Black announced back in March. Bobin says he is set to begin shooting later this year. Though he did not confirm a cast just yet, initial reports said that Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill will reprise their Jump Street roles with Men in Black getting a soft reboot.
  
A legendary wise-guy reunion is finally moving closer to fruition with Deadline reporting that Martin Scorsese’s long-gestating The Irishman - which may bring together Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci - is coming together very quickly and could be made available to international buyers at the current Canne Film Festival. The Irishman is based on the Charles Brandt book I Heard You Paint Houses which is the deathbed story from mob hitman Frank “The Irishman” Sheeran about the disappearance and death of Jimmy Hoffa. 
  
Sony Pictures has released the first trailer for director Ron Howard‘s Dan Brown adaptation Inferno. The film marks the third in the Robert Langdon franchise following 2006’s The Da Vinci Code and 2009’s Angels & Demons and finds Tom Hanks returning as the franchise’s hero, who wakes up in an Italian hospital with amnesia and must team up with Dr. Sienna Brooks, played by Felicity Jones, to try and recover his memories and stop a madman from unleashing a plague inspired by Dante’s Inferno.
 
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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 4:18pm EDT

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