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Exclusive: ‘Arizona’ Trailer Finds Danny McBride Rampaging with Manners

We at Collider are thrilled to exclusively debut the first trailer for the upcoming dark comedy action-thriller Arizona. The film marks the feature directorial debut of Jonathan Watson, who worked as an executive producer and second unit director on the HBO series Vice Principals, and takes place against the backdrop of the housing crisis in […]

Benicio Del Toro Re-Teams with Oliver Stone for New York-Set Film ‘White Lies’

Director Oliver Stone is doing something a little different with his next picture, White Lies, which is said to be an “intimate” New York-set drama. Stone has written the script which will, according to Deadline, play out over three generations and “follow Jack, a child of divorce now repeating his parents’ mistakes in his own marriage […]

‘Voltron’ Season 7 Finale Explained: One Epic Victory, One Major Misstep

Major spoilers ahead if you aren’t caught up with the latest season of Netflix’s Voltron Legendary Defender.  The showrunners of DreamWorks Animation Television’s hit Netflix series Voltron Legendary Defender have just delivered an epic seventh season that managed to wrap up the overall story so far, tie off just about every major plot point, and even […]

First ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ Images Reveal Netflix’s Witchy Woman

Netflix has released the first images from Chilling Adventures of Sabrina—the streaming network’s reboot of Sabrina the Teenage Witch—and they are, well, they’re chilling, actually. A+ for branding. The series, which sees Kiernan Shipka taking over the lead witchy role, has so far emphasized the horror aspects over the whimsy of the original series, and these first images […]

Heather Graham on ‘Bliss’, Working with David Cross, and Disturbing Comedy

From show creator David Cross, the comedy series Bliss (available at BritBox) follows Andrew (Stephen Mangan), a successful travel writer who, as a result of extenuating circumstances, finds himself living a double life between two families. The two sets of wives (Heather Graham and Jo Hartley) and children don’t know about each other, which keeps […]

‘Disenchantment’ Review: Matt Groening’s Netflix Series Is No Disney Princess Tale

The princess at the center of Disenchantment muses, at one point, “sometimes when you pull off your grandma’s jaw it makes you stop and wonder, am I really doing the right …” She gets cut off from finishing the thought, though, as the bandits she’s gotten involved with double-cross her and leave her to rot. […]

Exclusive: ‘Sicario: Day of the Soldado’ Blu-ray and Digital HD Release Date and Details

We at Collider are happy to announced the impending home video details for Sicario: Day of the Soldado. The Stefano Sollima-directed sequel will be released on Digital HD on September 18th and on 4K, Blu-ray, and DVD on October 2nd. We’ve also got an exclusive behind-the-scenes clip included on the home video release that you […]

‘Octopath Traveler’ Is a Gorgeous Game That Has a Glaring Omission

Octopath Traveler was one of my most-anticipated games of the year. I’ll always have a soft spot for JRPGs no matter how ridiculous or homogeneous they get because I became very attached to Final Fantasy VII and Chrono Trigger in my youth. I’m always on the lookout for another JRPG to devour most of my […]

Weekend Box Office: ‘The Meg’ Scores $44.5 Million, Swallowing the Competition Whole

Shark or no shark, it looks like audiences could just not stay out of the water this weekend. The Meg opened big, easily surpassing estimates by taking in $44.5 million in its first weekend. The film—which sees noted marine biologist Jason Statham taking on a massive prehistoric shark—knocked Tom Cruise back down to second place, […]

‘Sharp Objects’: Chris Messina on Jean-Marc Vallée’s Unique Directing Style & Playing an Outsider

From author Gillian Flynn, showrunner Marti Noxon and director Jean-Marc Vallée, HBO’s eight-episode limited drama series Sharp Objects follows what happens when Camille Preaker (Amy Adams) returns to her small hometown to cover the murders of two pre-teen girls. Trying to understand the crimes puts her in the direct path of her own past and […]