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The cinematographer spoke with Collider about the series' evolution with each episode It borrows elements from series like I Love Lucy, The Brady Bunch, Full House, Malcolm in the Middle, Modern Family, and more It all starts with respecting the series' aspect ratio. Image: Screencap "I mean, I sort of knew from the beginning that if we're[...]
Providing some context are stars Ralph Macchio and William Zabka as they spoke to Collider about Daniel and Johnny's next chapter in their long storied rivalry Daniel LaRusso's return to Okinawa is a call back to the Karate Kid Part II (1986), which was more centric to his sensei Mr Miyagi (Pat Morita) that took[...]
The Mandalorian: It's Monday So You Know What THAT Means, Boba Fett (Image: Disney+)
While promoting his latest Netflix film We Can Be Heroes, Rodriguez spoke to Collider about his experience in his first foray into the franchise in The Mandalorian episode "The Tragedy", which featured the return of fan-favorite Boba Fett, played by Temuera Morrison, who was originally his father Jango in the Star Wars prequels. Robert Rodriguez Credit:[...]
Fantastic Four: Kate Mara Talks Regrets for Not Speaking Up
While promoting her limited series, A Teacher, Kate Mara, who played Sue Storm/The Invisible Woman, spoke with Collider about her time on the set of the ill-fated reboot The actress cited the former Fox film as one of two "horrendous experiences" working with male directors "Have I not gotten along with a female director?" Mara[...]
Jai Courtney Says [Again] He's in 'The Suicide Squad' as Captain Boomerang
While promoting his upcoming film Honest Thief, the actor spoke to Collider about his role in the new DC Extended Universe film "It's a big-ass movie again, as was the first," he said "It's cool to see a bunch of new characters and characters [Gunn has] plucked from the depths of the canon, which is[...]
Justice League: HBO Exec Says Fan Demand Drove Snyder Cut Release
Talking with Collider while promoting his latest film for Netflix, Enola Holmes, the actor, opened up about what's going on "Not shooting anything additional," Cavill said "No It's all stuff that has been already done Obviously, I don't know how things are going to evolve and change and adapt depending on now a different length[...]
Goff joins newcomers Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Jessica Henwick, and Neil Patrick Harris, according to Collider Stars Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss, and Jada Pinkett Smith reprise their roles as Neo, Trinity, and Niobe, respectively. Netflix Lana Wachowski, who wrote and directed with her sister Lily Wachowski for the first three Matrix films, returns to direct Aleksandar Hemon and[...]
'Bond 25' Production Start Moves Back a Month, Release Date Still Set
Sounds like production start on Bond, James Bond 25 is getting pushed back a month, but won't have an impact on the already-announced release date. According to Steven Weintraub, Editor-in-Chief at Collider, cinematographer Linus Sandgren confirmed to him a production start date on the Cary Joji Fukunaga-directed Bond 25 in April rather than the original March date. Weintraub says the release date for[...]
Anthony Russo and Joe Russo arrives for the 'Black Panther' World Premiere on January 29, 2018 in Hollywood, CA
While we are extremely sad we couldn't be there in person for Collider's pretty amazing Los Angeles screening of Avengers: Infinity War with a Q & A session with The Russo Brothers (Joe and Anthony), we are grateful to be able to share some of the awesome discussion with you. Joe and Anthony Russo, Photo by DFree /[...]
Christopher McQuarrie Can't Say Much About 'Top Gun: Maverick', But-
So what exactly *CAN* Christopher McQuarrie say about Top Gun: Maverick, anyway? According to our friends over at Collider– "It's got planes in it." Well, now that THAT'S out the way…. Christopher McQuarrie during Mission: Impossible- Fallout, photo courtesy of Paramount Pictures In a lengthy (and enviable) sit down with Collider EiC Steven Weintraub, Christopher McQuarrie goes in-depth about the Mission: Impossible franchise, working with Tom[...]
Jared Leto's Morbius Film is Next Up for Sony Says Producers
But Sony producers Avi Arad and Matt Tolmach say it'll be Morbius The Living Vampire, starring Jared Leto. In a recent interview with our friends over at Collider, Arad and Tolmach say that Morbius is the next film up on the slate, and that filming could start as soon as February of 2019. Collider: There's a lot of stuff going on in[...]
But What About Green Lantern, Christopher McQuarrie?
Earlier today, we shared with you an interview with Mission: Impossible director Christopher McQuarrie which centered around whether or not he would (or even be interested) do a Man of Steel sequel film with Henry Cavill. Christopher McQuarrie during Mission: Impossible- Fallout, photo courtesy of Paramount Pictures That wasn't even all of the superhero talk, either, as our friends over at Collider also shared[...]
Graham McTavish Talks 'Aquaman' Role, Is Puzzled by "Secrecy Nowadays"
Fans of Outlander, The Hobbit trilogy, and Preacher know who Graham McTavish is, and it sounds like Aquaman will be the next widely viewed media to feature the charming Scot. Graham McTavish at the SDCC 2014 premiere of "Outlander"Photo by Bill Watters In a recent interview with our friends over at Collider, McTavish spoke a bit about working on James Wan's Aquaman film starring Jason Momoa,[...]
It's almost time for the release of the official trailer for Warner Bros.'s upcoming superhero film Aquaman, and no one is more excited than star Jason Momoa. In a recent on-set interview (okay, recently published interview that actually took place in 2017) with Collider, Momoa spoke a bit about his excitement surrounding the character of Arthur Curry and[...]
Joaquin Phoenix in 2018
Credit: Denis Makarenko / Yes, it'll be the second Joker film we're getting, because apparently that Jared Leto one is still happening, at some point, even though he's going to be playing Morbius the Living Vampire for Sony. In a recent chat with Collider, Phoenix commented on coming to the project, and how passionate director Todd Phillips is: "Three or[...]
Collider Acquires Pro Wrestling Sheet, Will Hire Team to Produce More Clickbait
There's been a major shift in the pro wrestling "news" landscape this week as physics-themed entertainment news site Collider has purchased Pro Wrestling Sheet, the upstart wrestling dirt sheet founded by former TMZ producer Ryan Satin Collider announced the news on their own website today, the first of many scoops we're sure will come in[...]
Rami Malek's 'Bohemian Rhapsody' Freddie Mercury Voice Is Actually 3 People
#HETWASHING #BohemianRapsody — Bryan Fuller (@BryanFuller) May 15, 2018 Today our friends over at Collider posted an article discussing the fact that the film's original director Bryan Singer will maintain his directorial credit, after being fired officially from the film by FOX. Dexter Fletcher was brought in shortly thereafter to complete the film, which reportedly was still 90% Singer's[...]
The Graphic Novel That Got A Vertigo Series To Change Its Name
New series Collider by by Simon Oliver and Robbi Rodriguez for DC Vertigo has been renamed from the second issue as Federal Bureau of Physics. Why? It's down to an existing graphic novel, a live action webseries on YouTube and a planned indie sci-fi movie All on the central concept of six strangers transported across time to a[...]
In The Pink With Nathan Fox's Collider Covers
By Hannah Means-Shannon When the covers for the new Vertigo Defy initiative on Collider and Trillium were revealed at Wondercon this spring, the first thing people noticed about Collider was PINK Something between dayglo and neon, really, but offset by black and yellow, it couldn't have popped more It was a strong, evocative statement for[...]
Eighteen Thoughts About Eighteen Comics – Tom Strong, Batman Inc, Animal Man Annual, Batman Annual, Uber, Collider, Detective Comics Annual, Morning Glories, Bedlan, Sex, X-Men, Superman Annual, Captain Marvel, What If AVX, Absolution, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Flash Annual
Well, today's Detective Comics Annual continues that trend by giving Batman a Red Skull to fight… The new Vertigo comic Collider uses colour in an entertaining fashion, creating a living, breathing, organic element to the gravitational vortices Too much, comics is stuck on the ink line, digital colouring is helping to remove that necessity. Morning Glories#26 is[...]
Collider – A New Monthly Vertigo Book From Simon Oliver
John Bailey writes for Bleeding Cool from the Vertigo panel; Announcement! Collider, a new monthly series by Simon Oliver, of the Exterminators fame The story is about the "A-team with quantum physics They're like storm chasers, tracking down these phenomena." I loved the Exterminators, so I'm looking forward to this! [Me too – Rich] John Bailey writes[...]