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Ron Howard on Directing ‘Han Solo’: “A Fan Since 5/22/77”

SHARE TWEET 0 Yesterday, we reported that Ron Howard had taken over directing duties on the Star Wars Han Solo spinoff after original directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller were fired over creative differences. While Howard isn’t my favorite director in the world, he’s competent, well-respected, and a veteran of big budget filmmaking. He was […]

‘Baby Driver’ Review: Edgar Wright Conducts a Brilliant Symphony of Cinema

SHARE TWEET 0 It’s been almost four years since Edgar Wright’s previous film, The World’s End, but as his new film Baby Driver shows, he hasn’t missed a beat. Baby Driver is a unique, thrilling triumph of modern filmmaking. While the plot takes its cues from standard crime thrillers, the filmmaking surrounding that story is […]

Nicole Kidman’s 10 Best Performances to Date

SHARE TWEET 0 What a time to be alive, folks, for we are in the midst of a full-blown Kidmanaissance. Which is not to say that she ever took a break from delivering extraordinary performances. To the contrary, Nicole Kidman has been consistent throughout her career in selecting challenging, subversive roles, it’s just that people seem to […]

The 10 Worst Stephen King Movies, Ranked

SHARE TWEET 0 When The Mist comes to Spike, it will be the latest in a long line of big and small screen adaptations of the works of Stephen King. The prolific horror novelist has had dozens of his short stories, novels and novellas made into movies, miniseries and TV shows for over four decades. […]

Exclusive ‘Yu-Gi-Oh!’ Blu-ray Special Features Clip Revisits Yugi’s Drawing of Exodia

SHARE TWEET 0 A little over 20 years ago, writer/illustrator Kazuki Takahashi brought Yu-Gi-Oh! to life in manga form. The story followed a young puzzle-solver and card game-player named Yugi Mutou who accidentally invoked the ancient spirit of a master gambler. Together with his friends, Yugi has survived numerous games of chance, skill, luck, and even death over […]

Jerrod Carmichael on Making ‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ and Working with Michael Bay

SHARE TWEET 0 Please enable Javascript to watch this video – With Transformers: The Last Knight now playing around the world, the other day I landed an exclusive interview with Jerrod Carmichael. He talks about getting to work with Michael Bay, memorable moments from filming, how the VFX are so much better than the first film, […]

Melanie Scrofano on ‘Wynonna Earp’ Season 2, Love Interests, and the Earp Curse

SHARE TWEET 0 The Syfy series Wynonna Earp follows Wyatt Earp’s great granddaughter as she and a posse of dysfunctional allies battle demons and other creatures with her unique abilities. And now that any paranormal entity can enter the Ghost River Triangle, Wynonna Earp (Melanie Scrofano) – along with her sister Waverly (Dominique Provost-Chalkley), Waverly’s […]

Movie Talk: Carnage Will Be Villain in ‘Venom’ Movie; ‘Blade Runner 2049′ Featurette Reveals Story

SHARE TWEET 0 Please enable Javascript to watch this video – On this episode of Collider Movie Talk (Thursday, June 22nd, 2017) Mark Ellis, Jeremy Jahns, Perri Nemiroff, John Rocha, Natasha Martinez and Wendy Lee discuss the following: Carnage will be the villain in Venom movie; Kraven the Hunter and Mysterio spin-offs in development Blade […]

New ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Image Unveils the Transporter Room

SHARE TWEET 0 As part of a slow trickle of images being released this week, we now have eyes on one Star Trek: Discovery‘s transporter bay, aboard the U.S.S. Shenzhou. In this new release for the CBS All Access series (the premiere will land on CBS this fall, to entice subscribers), we see Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green) and Captain […]

Edgar Wright on His ‘Ant-Man’ Exit and How It Led to ‘Baby Driver’

SHARE TWEET 0 Recent news of the untitled Han Solo movie losing directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller towards the tail end of its production has brought to mind another recent high-profile “creative difference” between filmmaker and studio: Ant-Man and Edgar Wright. The Scott Pilgrim vs. the World writer-director had been working on the script […]