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Disney’s ‘The Nutcracker and the Four Realms’ Recruits Joe Johnston for Reshoots

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Disney is rolling into reshoots on their upcoming live-action take on the classic Christmas tale The Nutcracker. THR reports that Captain America and Jumanji director Joe Johnston will take the helm for a "significant" additional photography shoot for The Nutcracker and the Four Realms, which adapts the classic ballet by Peter Tchaikovsky and story by E.T.A. Hoffmann. Cider House Rules and What's Eating Gilbert Grape director Lasse Hallstrom directed the film for Disney and per the report, the filmmaker wasn't sidelined during pickups but was unavailable to return for them due to scheduling issues. Once … »

- Haleigh Foutch

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Woody Harrelson in Talks to Join ‘Venom’

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Sony's upcoming Venom movie has been in production since October, but an exciting new name is in talks to join the already impressive cast: Woody Harrelson. The non-mcu Spider-Man spinoff (that may or may not be entirely sans Spider-Man) is already set to star Tom Hardy as the anti-hero, alien symbiote-toting Eddie Brock, alongside Riz AhmedMichelle WilliamsJenny SlateReid Scott, and Scott Haze. The gig would reunite Harrelson with his Zombieland director Ruben Fleischer, who's helming the project based on a script by  Scott Rosenberg (Jumanji) and Jeff Pinkner (The Dark … »

- Haleigh Foutch

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Jennifer Lawrence to Star in Icelandic Drama ‘Burial Rites’ for ‘Call Me by Your Name’ Director

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If Burial Rites makes it in front of cameras, expect it to generate a lot of awards attention before anyone even sees it. Variety reports that Luca Guadagnino, who is currently earning raves for his outstanding romance Call Me by Your Name, is set to direct Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence in a period drama that takes place in 1830 Iceland and follows a woman who’s set to be publically executed. Per Variety, “The film draws on Hannah Kent’s 2013 novel of the same name, and centers on Agnes Magnusdottir (Lawrence), the last woman to be publicly executed in … »

- Matt Goldberg

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Atlanta Readers: Win Passes to See ‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’

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While a legacy-quel to Jumanji could have gone either way, early reactions to Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle have been very positive with people saying the action-adventure/comedy is incredibly fun and enjoyable. Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart already made a formidable duo in Central Intelligence, and I’m eager to see them team up again alongside Jack Black and Karen Gillan in a film that puts the players inside the Jumanji game rather than bringing the game back into the outside world. I’m pleased to announce we’re giving away 25 admit-two passes to the … »

- Matt Goldberg

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‘Marvel’s The Punisher’ Renewed for Season 2 at Netflix

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Good news, folks. Jon Bernthal's Frank Castle will return for another season of Marvel's The Punisher on Netflix. "Frank's just getting started and he's got more work to do," said Netflix in a press release announcing the second season. No word yet on when the second season will drop. If you haven't caught up with the first 13-episode run of The Punisher yet, you definitely should because it's one of Marvel's best, most thoughtful, and soulful series to date. Picking up with Castle after the events of Daredevil Season 2, The Punisher … »

- Haleigh Foutch

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Netflix and DreamWorks Animation Team up for Six Animated Series in 2018

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Netflix and DreamWorks Animation Television are teaming up for six new series in 2018! The network and animation studio announced their new round of collaborations today, including animated follow-up series for the Dreamworks animated films Trolls, Captain Underpants, and The Boss Baby, as well as the somewhat mysterious Harvey Street Kids, a new spin on She-Ra from Nimona creator Noelle Stevenson that "will present a modern take on the ‘80s girl power icon for a new generation of young fans," the third and final chapter of Trollhunters, and 3 Below, the second series in the previously announced Tales … »

- Haleigh Foutch

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The Collider Podcast: Episode 119 – The Golden Globes Nominations and the State of the Oscar Race

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This week on The Collider Podcast, we're talking about the Golden Globes nominations and the overall state of the Oscar race. We look at the hopefuls that are likely Doa, the frontrunners, the frontrunners who have fallen back, make a very premature guess at the year's Best Picture winner, and much more. Listen to the latest episode of The Collider Podcast below; click here for the previous episode ("The Evolution of the Superhero Genre"); and click here to find us on iTunes. And if you like the podcast, please leave us a positive review on iTunes along with … »

- Matt Goldberg

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Overwatch Launches Winter Wonderland Event with Trailer, New Skins

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The holidays are here, which means Christmas is coming to the joyous online multiplayer video game Overwatch. The good folks at Blizzard today launched the Overwatch Winter Wonderland event, which will run from today, December 12th, through January 1st. As with all seasonal events this includes new themed-maps, new skins, and a brand new playmode. While Mei’s snowball adventure from last year isn’t returning, Overwatch is introducing a new Brawl called Yeti Hunt. It’s a 5v1 experience in which five Mei “Hunters” take on one “Yeti” Winston in the Nepal Village map (reskinned, of course). The … »

- Adam Chitwood

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Guillermo del Toro Set to Direct ‘Nightmare Alley’ Remake; Will Produce Scott Cooper’s ‘Antlers’

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Guillermo del Toro is having a pretty good finish to 2017 so far. His latest film, The Shape of Water, has met with critical acclaim and figures to be a serious contender this awards season, and he’s not rushing into another project. However, he still plans to keep busy as Variety reports there are two more projects on the filmmaker’s horizon. First up, he’s set up another directing gig for a remake of the 1947 Fox movie Nightmare Alley. Del Toro will co-write the script with Kim Morgan. Per Variety, “the original movie starred Tyrone Power … »

- Matt Goldberg

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Morgan Freeman on Working with Tommy Lee Jones & Rene Russo in ‘Just Getting Started’

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Written and directed by Ron Shelton, the comedy Just Getting Started follows Duke (Morgan Freeman), the manager with a mysterious past who is making the luxury Palm Springs resort known as Villa Capri a fun, non-stop place for its residents. But when ex-military man Leo (Tommy Lee Jones) shows up and makes eyes at the newly arrived Suzie (Rene Russo), it triggers a competition between the two men, that has both hilarious and dangerous consequences. At the film’s press day, Collider got the opportunity to sit down and chat 1-on-1 with actor Morgan Freeman, who … »

- Christina Radish

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‘Homeland’ Season 7 Trailer Shows a Shift from Terrorists to Governmental Misconduct

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Homeland has had its ups and downs over the years, and it feels so far removed from its early seasons that I have almost completely forgotten about the Brody family (almost). Each season since Season 4 has felt a little bit like a reboot, with varying success, like how Season 6 started off fairly strong, but became a little too convoluted towards the end. At first, it seemed like the show was leaning into a powerful false flag narrative, but it shied away from that ultimately. However, its portrayal of comment farms peddling fake news, as well as an Info … »

- Allison Keene

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Movie Talk: New International Trailer for ‘Black Panther’ Released

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On this episode of Collider Movie Talk (Tuesday December 12th, 2017) Mark Ellis, Jon Schnepp, Kristian Harloff, Jared Haibon, Ashley Mova discuss the following: Hugh Jackman rules out a return as Wolverine if Disney/Fox merger happens; Disney/Fox deal nears finish line as Comcast withdraws Creed 2 Lands director Steven Caple Jr.; Sylvester Stallone sits out this round Opening This Week – Star Wars: The Last Jedi  Seth Rogen to go dramatic as Walter Cronkite in JFK assassination film Newsflash Black Panther new international trailer released online Mail Bag Live Twitter Questions [caption id="attachment_599223" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Image … »

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Go Deeper into the Mission of Marvel’s ‘The Punisher’ in New Netflix Featurette

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So you've already binged the entirety of Marvel and Netflix's The Punisher, right? If not, you should remedy that. I know that the disappointments of Iron Fist and The Defenders had soured the run-up to the brutal debut of Jon Bernthal's solo series, but you should give this thing another chance. It's a thorough and thought-provoking look at Ptsd, military service, the treatment (or lack thereof) of veterans returning home, soldiers for hire, and the thin line between paranoia and earnest conspiracy. The supporting cast is solid, and Bernthal is an absolute force; it'… »

- Dave Trumbore

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‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Review: The Force Is Strong with This One

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Star Wars: The Force Awakens is a film that needed to play it safe in some regards. It was introducing new characters, new worlds, and trying to restore a fanbase that felt burned by the prequels. It succeeded in establishing a baseline for the sequel trilogy, and that baseline has allowed writer-director Rian Johnson to move the franchise forward with the stunning Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Although, like The Force Awakens, it takes more than a few beats from the Original Trilogy, Johnson feels eager to subvert our expectations, challenge the archetypes the series was founded on, and … »

- Matt Goldberg

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‘Game of Thrones’ to Shuffle the Surviving Characters All Over Westeros

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While no official premiere date has yet been set for HBO's Game of Thrones Season 8, it's final season, some story details and character locations may be starting to firm up. Now since the season is currently filming, and with the premiere likely not arriving until sometime in 2019, there's a lot that can change between now and then. So we'll take these comments from the show's star John Bradley (a.k.a. Samwell Tarly) in stride for now. Speaking to TV Guide, Bradley commented on the current state of Season 8, the pressure that … »

- Dave Trumbore

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‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Composer Reveals a Video Essay on Lackluster Marvel Scores Influenced the Film’s Music

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While the Marvel Cinematic Universe is undoubtedly popular, there are two areas in which almost all of their films get criticized: flat cinematography and forgettable scores. The cinematography issue is something that Black Panther Dp Rachel Morrison hopes to address in that film, and the scores are actually starting to get better thanks to terrific work this year from Michael Giacchino on Spider-Man: Homecoming and Mark Mothersbaugh on Thor: Ragnarok. The latter was particularly notable, offering up an ambitious and incredibly diverse score for the wildly popular Thor sequel. And in a new interview, Mothersbaugh admits that his approach … »

- Adam Chitwood

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The Price of a Disney/20th Century Fox Merger Is Too High for Consumers

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Last month, news broke that Disney has been in on-again, off-again talks to purchase most of 21st Century Fox, and now it looks like the deal will go through. Disney would acquire everything from Fox except for the Fox broadcast network, Fox Sports, and Fox News. That would leave Fox’s gigantic library of film and TV shows in the hands of Disney, and at first blush, that may seem like a boon for fans. Personally, I sparked at the idea of A New Hope, the only Star Wars movie Fox still owns, coming to Disney and possibly … »

- Matt Goldberg

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‘The Shape of Water’ Production Designer Paul Austerberry on Crafting a Guillermo del Toro Fairy Tale

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While filmmaker Guillermo del Toro is known for putting together intricately designed films, The Shape of Water is the pinnacle of his career thus far—an immaculately crafted film from top to bottom. The original story takes place in the 1960s, as the Cold War looms large, and revolves around a mute cleaning woman (Sally Hawkins) working at a top secret government facility who falls in love with a Fish Man (Doug Jones) that’s being housed there. It’s a story of love, of outsiders, of the maligned and ignored, and it’s absolutely one of the best films … »

- Adam Chitwood

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‘Insidious: The Last Key’: New TV Spot Leans into Jump Scares and Super Creepy Visuals

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Universal and Blumhouse are getting a jump on the new year with the release of Insidious: The Last Key's new TV spot, which ran during The Walking Dead midseason finale. Written by the horror franchise's writer-director Leigh Whannell, it's the fourth installment in the series that features humans becoming possessed by otherworldly creatures, like the ghosts and demons that live in a realm called the Further. This film goes deeper into that world and it looks like it's going to drag viewers kicking and screaming right along with the protagonists. The new video isn't … »

- Dave Trumbore

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The 7 Essential Holiday Horror Movies to Have a Scary Little Christmas

18 hours ago

There's something about Christmas tradition that's inherently a bit twisted. The very idea of a costumed man sneaking into your home to reward the good and punish the naughty is already pretty messed up -- and that's before you dive too deep into the truly creepy holiday mythologies from around the world. Even though Christmastime has been marketed as a Winter Wonderland filled with presents, carols, and good cheer, the truth is, there's always been a dark side. So it makes perfect sense that horror fans love to get their seasonal thrills along with the wintery chills. … »

- Haleigh Foutch

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