• Why I Can't Get Over the Ending of 'Uncut Gems'

    We're breaking down that crazy Uncut Gems ending, explaining what it all means, and digging into why it's so dang haunting.

  • 'Barkskins' Creator Elwood Reid on Creating a Werner Herzog-Like Limited Series for Nat Geo

    From creator Elwood Reid and based on the best-selling novel of the same name by Annie Proulx, the National Geographic eight-part limited series Barkskins transports viewers to the wild frontier of the late 17th century, as the mysterious massacre of settlers in New France threatens to tear everything apart. This treacherous new frontier forces the collision between civilization and commerce, while the dream of carving out their own place on the new American continent turns into a fight for...

  • David Ayer Ready for "Incredibly Cathartic" Release of His 'Suicide Squad' Cut on HBO Max

    Director David Ayer seems to be very into the idea of releasing his cut of Suicide Squad on HBO Max. Since the announcement Zack Snyder's cut of Justice League would finally be released on HBO Max, a new dialogue between Ayer and his fans has started up on Twitter about where his own version of Suicide Squad could possibly be released in the near future. That dialogue culminated in Ayer fully co-signing an idea pitched by Collider's own Steve Weintraub on Twitter on Monday afternoon. Earlier in...

  • Spike Lee Debuts New 'Da 5 Bloods' Poster With Special Memorial Day Message

    Spike Lee unveiled a new poster for his upcoming Netflix movie Da 5 Bloods on Monday. The colorful and powerful poster was accompanied by a Memorial Day message from Lee. Lee took to his Twitter on Monday morning to share a new poster for Da 5 Bloods. In addition to the poster, Lee captioned it with a special, timely message, writing, "On This Day We Salute Those Who Gave Their Lives In Service To Our Country." The message not only fits with the occasion of the day, Memorial Day, but also ties...

  • How 'The Invisible Man' Makes the Camera a Terrifying Character Itself

    In updating The Invisible Man for a modern era, director Leigh Whannell craftily made the camera a terrifying presence itself. Here's how.

  • LAIKA's Stop-Motion TikTok Fight Challenge Video Is a Thing of Beauty

    Send help because I cannot stop watching Laika Studios' TikTok fight challenge video which features tons of incredible stop-motion animation. The studio that brought us Missing Link, Coraline, ParaNorman, and Kubo and the Two Strings was just the latest team to join the viral TikTok challenge — and it might be the most fun fight challenge video yet. Laika debuted their incredible TikTok challenge video on Twitter on Friday, captioning the video with, "No one ever said animating was safe." The...

  • 'The High Note' Review: A Tepid Drama That's Frequently Off Key

    Nisha Ganatra's new movie The High Note starts off fairly promising. It's about an assistant who wants to be a producer and an acclaimed singer who's torn between the safety of a Vegas residency where she'd only play hits and taking a gamble on a new album. That's a great premise, especially when you have the opportunity to watch two women collaborate on an artistic project. But then Flora Greeson's screenplay decides that's not enough, so really the assistant has to pose as a producer to help...

  • 'Indiana Jones 5': Frank Marshall Updates Us on Script, Praises New Director James Mangold

    For the past 40 years, Indiana Jones has been an absolute icon of the silver screen. Over four films, we've seen Harrison Ford go on all kinds of globe-trotting adventures as a hat-wearing, whip-wielding, snake-hating professor who just wants artifacts to stay in their damn museums. And now, thanks to our own Christina Radish's exclusive interview with producer Frank Marshall (a formative creative voice in all four Indy films) for the upcoming documentary Laurel Canyon, we have an update on how...

  • Exclusive: Paul Feig on ‘Freaks and Geeks’, ‘The Office’, ‘Ghostbusters’, ‘Love Life’, and Much More

    In this hourlong Collider Connected interview, Paul Feig goes deep on his career from Freaks and Geeks to The Office, Spy, Ghostbusters and more.

  • Bad Weekend: The Last 15 Memorial Day Movies Ranked from Worst to Best

    Memorial Day weekend is supposed to be synonymous with quality. It developed that reputation in the '80s by serving as the premiere date for beloved films such as Star Wars, Return of the Jedi, Rocky III, and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. But, in the years following that halcyon period, Memorial Day weekend had become known for being a dumping ground of a weekend when it comes to the quality of movies studios release in this window. For every Thelma and Louise, there’s a Hudson Hawk,...

  • The Gang Will Deal With Coronavirus in 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' Season 15

    FX series It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia is going to get a very timely plot line worked in after series co-creator and co-lead Rob McElhenney revealed the show will deal with the global coronavirus pandemic. The long-running comedy is heading into its monumental 15th season after getting renewed earlier in the year which means fans will be treated to even more shenanigans from the show's central gang, played by McElhenney, Kaitlin Olson, Glenn Howerton, Charlie Day, and Danny DeVito....

  • Rick and Morty Season 4 Episode 9 Review Recap: Kicking Zeus's Ass

    The ninth episode of Season 4 of Rick and Morty saw the titular inventor and grandson go on a guilt-trip journey to a distant planet to care for some children that look like Gumby fucked Clayface, and honestly, I’m not mad at it. It’s an extremely OK episode – one that is perfectly fine and funny but that I will forget about completely in a few weeks. But it does finally bring the whole family together for the first time in The Other Five, hitting some familiar beats in the process that I feel...