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  • Zac Efron Shares New On-Set Pictures from His Ted Bundy Biopic

    Zac Efron has shared a pair of new behind-the-scenes image from his upcoming Ted Bundy biopic, revealing The Big Bang Theory star Jim Parson as Larry Simpson, lead prosecutor in Bundy's trial and the man who eventually put the grotesque serial killer behind bars, and Kaya Scodelario as Bundy's mysterious ex-wife Carol Anne Boone. Extravagantly titled with the headline-killer Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile, the Bundy biopic stars Efron as the murderer, rapist and necrophile, who has...


  • The Best Movies on Netflix Right Now (February 2018)

    https://youtu.be/bLD_4MwUOqg [Last Updated: February 23rd] We’ve all been there. You've decided you’re going to watch a movie. You have the entirety of Netflix at your disposal, including even a pared down list of films you’ve already noted to watch at a future date. But then there’s the choosing. You’ve gotta find something that fits your mood, or something you and your friend/significant other/couch companion can agree on. You spend hours browsing, and by the time you stumble on something you...


  • Movie Talk: Early ‘Aquaman’ Test Screening Reportedly Scores Very Positive Reactions

    On this episode of Collider Movie Talk, Mark Reilly, Perri Nemiroff, Dennis Tzeng, and John Rocha discuss the following: Batman-news.com is reporting that Warner Bros. had an early test screening of Aquaman that yielded "very positive" reactions from several people in attendance. Joss Whedon gave a statement to THR detailing the reasons he dropped out as the writer and director of Batgirl. Variety reports that Fox Searchlight is set to produce Flamin’ Hot, a film based on the true story of...


  • The Best TV Shows on Netflix Right Now

    Looking for a great TV show to binge-watch on Netflix, or your next big TV project to watch with the significant other? Check out our ever-expanding list of the best TV shows streaming on Netflix right now, from underseen gems to ratings juggernauts to Emmy favorites, and more.


  • 'The Cured' Review: A Pulse-Pounding Political Thriller Trapped in Zombie Trappings

    We already know what happens in a movie about the zombie apocalypse. Society falls apart, survivors band together and tear themselves apart, the good and evil in mankind amplified under the moral magnifying glass of disaster. It's every Romero movie. It's every season of The Walking Dead. With his impressive debut feature The Cured, writer-director David Freyne gives us something different; a glimpse at society's attempts and failures to pick up the pieces after a viable cure to the...


  • The ‘iZombie’ Cast Tease 11 Things to Know about Season 4

    Last fall, Collider was invited to the Vancouver set of iZombie, alongside a handful of other outlets, to check out the sets and chat with the cast. Rose McIver gave us a good primer for what we can expect in Season 4, without giving too much away (of course), but David Anders (Blaine), Rahul Kohli (Ravi), Robert Buckley (Major), Malcolm Goodwin (Clive) and Aly Michalka (Peyton) also shared some tidbits of their own. Below are some of the hints and teases we were able to get about a season that...


  • Ava DuVernay on Why She Made 'A Wrinkle in Time', Choosing the DP and Composer, and More

    The Film Independent Directors Close-up panel series offers filmmakers and film lovers a unique opportunity to hear directly from the best indie directors and their collaborators, as they explore specific aspects of their craft. On February 21st, acclaimed filmmaker Ava DuVernay and members of her creative team (including the D.P., editor, composer, visual effects supervisor, prop master, lead hair stylist, location manager and casting director) held a behind the scenes discussion on creating...


  • Alex Garland Reveals Another Possible Adaptation of ‘The Beach’ Is in the Works

    Alex Garland has become an exciting filmmaker in his own right with his directorial debut Ex Machina and his second film, the buzzworthy Annihilation, but Garland has been working as a writer for a long while. Garland first began as a novelist, and his first book was The Beach, which was adapted into a film by Danny Boyle in 2000. That movie was dubbed a flop at the time, mostly because it was not was some people were expecting, but now it sounds like a new version of The Beach may be on the...


  • Watch: Evan Dickson Makes His Directorial Debut in Horror Short 'Your Filthy Heart'

    Here at Collider, we love to see when one of our contributors succeeds in the ruthless world of entertainment, be it Perri Nemiroff's work as a producer or Josh Macuga's stint as an actor/traveling foodie. Now, we're happy to bring you a horror short from former contributor Evan Dickson, who makes his directorial debut with Your Filthy Heart. Bloody Disgusting hosted the exclusive debut of the new film, which you can watch below, courtesy of Dickson's YouTube channel. It really is worth checking...


  • 'Black Panther' Is Currently Outpacing 'The Avengers' at the Box Office

    Black Panther had a dominant opening weekend where it was able beat out Avengers: Age of Ultron. Now the latest MCU movie is doing even better than the original The Avengers. Disney just sent out its latest estimates, and Black Panther pulled in $14.3 million on Thursday, which is the best Thursday ever for an MCU title as The Avengers only pulled in $12.4 million. That brings, in less than a week, Black Panther’s domestic total to $292 million. That’s a bigger first week than The Avengers had...


  • 'Mr. Pickles' Creators on Season 3, Mythology, and the Art of Sexual Thrusting

    If you're a fan of the anarchistic insanity that is Adult Swim's Mr. Pickles, I'm happy to tell you that Season 3 continues the madness in earnest. In celebration of the show's return this Sunday, February 25th at midnight--the appropriate witching hour for animated ritual sacrifices, of course--we chatted with series creators Will Carsola and Dave Stewart about everything from their creative inspiration, to how they find the show's fantastic musical score, to getting around Standards &...


  • ‘Game Night’ Directors on Making the Comedic Version of David Fincher’s ‘The Game’

    ‘Game Night’ directors John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein share some fun stories about making the comedy thriller, what they asked composer Cliff Martinez to do with the score, and talk 'Flashpoint' and ‘The Vacation Guide to the Solar System’.