Tag: Movie

‘Avengers: Endgame’ and all the other trailers from the Super Bowl

Nobody can blame you if you haven’t paid attention to any of the expensive ads that aired during Super Bowl LIII, but you should catch up with some of them, and I’m talking, of course about new trailers for movies and TV shows. We’ve already shown you the new Avengers: Endgame and Captain Marvel made […]

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‘Life Size 2’ Was Cringey, But the Live Tweets Were Hilarious

In 2000, Tyra Banks and a young Lindsay Lohan made Disney Channel Movie magic in Life Size, where Banks plays a Barbie-like doll who comes to life to help Lohan cope with her mother’s death and come out of her shell. Eighteen years later, Banks made the bold move to […]

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The HAL 9000 Christmas ornament

Hallmark’s got a 50th Anniversary HAL 9000 Christmas ornament… with light and sound! The latest result in machine intelligence, the HAL 9000—thought to be the most reliable computer ever made and incapable of error—served as the brain and central nervous system for the Discovery One ship’s ill-fated mission to Jupiter. Fans of “2001: A Space […]

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Aubrey Plaza and Jemaine Clement Get Weird in the ‘Evening with Beverly Luff Linn’ Trailer

If you caught The Greasy Strangler then you know Jim Hosking is a writer and director who announced himself right away as someone with an unusual (sometimes slightly disturbing) comedic voice. Well, Hosking is back with his sophomore feature, An Evening with Beverly Luff Linn, and that voice is on full display in the first trailer for the […]

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‘Halloween’ Soundtrack Teaser Reveals a Snippet of John Carpenter’s New Score

Holy heck, it’s almost actually here. In two months, a new Halloween sequel is hitting theaters, and it looks good. The trailer was a banger, the Comic-Con footage was downright spectacular, and everyone involved with the project seems to be brimming with an enthusiasm that suggests they know they’ve got something good on their hands. Set […]

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Christian Slater on ‘The Wife’ and Why ‘Mr. Robot’ Season 4 May Be Its Last

From director Björn Runge and adapted by Jane Anderson from the Meg Wolitzer novel of the same name, The Wife follows Joan and Joe Castleman (Glenn Close, Jonathan Pryce), at a time when he is about to be awarded the Nobel Prize for his acclaimed and prolific body of work as a novelist. While in […]

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Disney Remains Firm: James Gunn Will Not Return for ‘Guardians 3’

The Mouse has spoken: all of the fans and franchise actors will say “Save James Gunn!” and Disney will look down and whisper “No.” More or less, anyway. The road has been long with this saga, which started merely a month ago, but time is a flat circle in 2018. The Guardians of the Galaxy director […]

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Heroes: Sony Spider-Verse Splits Up Movies and Changes Direction

[embedded content] On this episode of Collider Heroes, Coy Jandreau, Amy Dallen and Hector Navarro discuss the following: Variety is reporting all the changes Sony is making to their Spider-Verse including a series of sequels and standalone films featuring heroes and villains from the Spider-Man universe. Netflix also announced that Prodigy will be the second comic book series […]

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Kevin Hart, Bryan Cranston Movie ‘The Upside’ Lands at STX After Weinstein Co. Bankruptcy

STXfilms has acquired The Upside, the Kevin Hart and Bryan Cranston-led remake of the French hit The Intouchables that found itself in limbo after The Weinstein Co. declared bankruptcy in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein accusations. Directed by Neil Burger (Divergent), The Upside is a heartfelt comedy about a recently paroled ex-convict (Hart) who strikes up […]

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‘Slender Man’ Reportedly Cut Several Major Scenes over Studio Backlash Fears

Be aware there are some light spoilers for Slender Man. If you saw Slender Man last weekend, you probably realized you were watching an incomplete movie. Scene transitions often made little sense (my favorite WTF moment was when a girl noted that the cops must have her missing friend’s laptop only for it to suddenly […]

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Watch: Jordan Vogt-Roberts Shares an Update on His Hopeful ‘Metal Gear Solid’ Movie

For 31 days, filmmaker Jordan Vogt-Roberts has been celebrating all things Metal Gear. The celebration included a ton of concept art, inspirational pieces that were themselves inspired by the fan-favorite video game creation of Hideo Kojima, which first debuted 31 years ago last month. Part celebration, part hopeful generation of support for his not-yet-official Metal Gear Solid movie, […]

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Funko Reveals First Look at ‘The Predator’ Preda-Dogs, Which Are Dogs That Are Also Predators

The more I hear about Shane Black‘s The Predator, the more I am assured it is going to be a batshit roller-coaster-ride straight into hype town that may just kill me with delight. I accept this truth because I’ve always known Jacob Tremblay would somehow be involved in my death. According to our own Haleigh Foutch, early […]

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The Witching Hour: Episode 3 — ‘The Meg’, Shark Movies & the ‘Slender Man’ Debacle

Welcome to The Witching Hour! Collider’s horror podcast, co-created and co-hosted by Horror Editor Haleigh Foutch and Senior Editorial Producer Perri Nemiroff. After talking through the highs and lows 2018 horror cinema so far in our inaugural episode, and a nostalgia-filled trip through the best 90s teen horror, we’re talking the biggest horror titles of the week — The Meg and Slender Man. This week, we […]

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MoviePass Is Un-Cancelling Subscriptions, as Users Unknowingly Opt Back In

Another day, another twist in the saga that has become MoviePass’ existence. Recently the subscription service announced major changes, including blacking out new releases and raising prices. However, after a fair amount of backlash, the company switched things up again and said that prices would remain as they are ($9.95/mo) but that would only include […]

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‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Review: A Deliciously Good Time with Wealth and Romance

Crazy Rich Asians is a movie, due to its uniqueness and representation, burdened with unfair expectations. It has an all-Asian cast, Asian director, it’s based off a best-selling book by an Asian author, so it must be one of the best things that has ever happened to Asians (and be 100% accurate to all experiences) […]

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