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By Charles Webb

"We approached the first episode as if it was a movie sequel" explains "Arrow" showrunner Andrew Kreisberg during a recent visit to the Vancouver set of the CW drama. The series enters its second season tomorrow night, bringing back Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell), AKA "the vigilante," with a new mission to clean up crime in his hometown.

But first, someone's got to get him back off that island.

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Christian Bale

The growly voice we need, if not the one we deserve, isn't coming back.

Speaking with Entertainment Weekly, Christian Bale has confirmed that his days suiting up in Batman's cape and cowl are behind him. In other words: there will be no "Justice League" for the Oscar winner.

"I have no information, no knowledge about anything. I’ve literally not had a conversation with a living soul," the actor said. "I understand that they may be making a Justice League movie, that’s it."

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by Brett White

With the sequel to "Man of Steel" already greenlit and entering the planning stages, websites are already publishing their "who should play Lex Luthor" lists (ours is probably coming any day now). One such site is Buzz Focus, whose list got a little bit of a celebrity spotlight.


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Much Ado

by Tami Katzoff (@tvtamijo)

During the past week several big movies premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, but one of the most anticipated premieres was a much smaller project with nary an A-list Hollywood star to be found among its cast.

The film was “Much Ado About Nothing,” and the A-lister here was the director, Joss Whedon. He brought all of the actors, most of whom he’d worked with before, to Toronto. And on Saturday, in front of 1,500 eager fans at the Elgin Theatre, he presented his latest masterpiece.

It seems impossible, but “Much Ado” is even better than we at The Weekly Whedon imagined it could be. Sean Maher is the perfect villain, Nathan Fillion and Tom Lenk are the best of buffoons, and Amy Acker and Alexis Denisof are the consummate Shakespearean couple.

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