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Clark Collis

Senior Writer, Entertainment Weekly and EW.com

Clark Collis writes regularly — but not exclusively — about shotgun-toting hobos, overweight half-vampire superheroines, human centipedes, killer tires, trolls, piranhas, zombies, and Steven Tyler.

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Movie Preview Hercules
by Clark Collis | Apr 09, 2014

The Greek demigod's life is tested in this action packed film

Movie Preview The Purge: Anarchy
by Clark Collis | Apr 09, 2014

The sequel continues with its liberating yet fearful concept that everyone is allowed to do whatever they want for one night without any consequences.

Movie Preview Guardians of the Galaxy
by Clark Collis | Apr 09, 2014

This unusual bunch of er...things are known as the Guardians of the Galaxy. Basically they're a very weird looking group that go on to save the day.

Movie Preview The Expendables 3
by Clark Collis | Apr 09, 2014

The boys are back with more action than ever

Photo Gallery 'Archer': 8 great in-jokes explained
by Clark Collis | Mar 21, 2014

Series creator Adam Reed spills the beans on spy spoof's running gags

Feature EW Enters The Danger Zone
by Clark Collis | Mar 13, 2014

One of the best shows on TV is about spies, sex, and drugs. It's also a cartoon. EW investigates the world of ''Archer.''

Photo Gallery 'True Detective': Let's cast season 2
by Clark Collis | Mar 07, 2014

How do you follow Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson? Our dream pairs to pull it off

Movie Article Eva Green: Fierce Beauty
by Clark Collis | Feb 28, 2014

You may know her as 007's Casino Royale squeeze, but in 300: Rise of An Empire, Eva Green is the biggest badass on screen

Book Review Blood Will Out
by Clark Collis | Feb 26, 2014

''During the summer of 1998, the Montana-based magazine writer and novelist Walter Kirn agreed to transport a crippled dog to New York and into the care of a banker named Clark Rockefeller. Kirn found himself fascinated by Rockefeller, who claimed to be a member of the famous family of financiers and industrialists, and over time the pair became friends.''

Stage Review 'Kung Fu': EW review
by Clark Collis | Feb 25, 2014

A curious new Off Broadway show about martial-arts legend Bruce Lee plays like a musical without the actual songs

Book Review The Splendid Things We Planned
by Clark Collis | Feb 19, 2014

''Would you rather be forgotten by history or remembered for your faults? That is the question raised by a memoir in which the author's drug-addicted brother plays a large part.''

Movie Article Movies: Feb. 14, 2014
by Chris Nashawaty, Clark Collis, Owen Gleiberman, Adam Markovitz | Feb 07, 2014

Capsule reviews of ''The Last of the Unjust,'' ''Love & Air Sex,'' and more

News Article Song Shocker
by Clark Collis | Jan 24, 2014

An Oscar nod for a tune written for a Christian movie that made only $134,000 has stirred up a mini-controversy at the Academy

Cover Story International Man of Mysteries
by Clark Collis | Jan 17, 2014

Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman have become global stars thanks to the success of their detective show, ''Sherlock''; EW visits London to investigate the new season -- and to find out how much longer they intend to carry on playing Holmes and Watson

Movie Article World War II Films
by Sara Vilkomerson, Clark Collis | Jan 10, 2014

''Unbroken,'' ''The Monuments Men,'' and more

Movie Review Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones
by Clark Collis | Jan 06, 2014

What do you call a film which is part sequel, part reboot, and part Latino market-targeted brand extension?…

Hollywood Insider Zachary Quinto, Movie Mogul
by Clark Collis | Jan 03, 2014

Between acting gigs, Quinto stays busy with his film production company

Features The Joy of Sets
by Clark Collis | Nov 22, 2013

What if you sent a writer overseas and told him to go to as many movie sets as humanly possible in a week? Would he chat up Cate Blanchett and see Brad Pitt fight in World War II? Would he get cast in a musical? Would he eat an ungodly amount of catering? Yes, to all of the above

Book Article Ghosts of the Chelsea
by Clark Collis | Nov 22, 2013

It was more art commune than hotel: Madonna stayed there, so did Arthur Miller, Dylan Thomas, Janis Joplin, and Patti Smith; we've collected the juiciest tidbits from Sherill Tippins' history ''Inside the Dream Palace''

Hollywood Insider At 70, De Niro Still Has a Full Dance Card
by Clark Collis | Nov 08, 2013

The award-winning actor is busier than ever