• Moviegoers Select ‘Star Wars’, ‘Knives Out’ as Most Anticipated Holiday Films in Fandango Survey

    Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is unsurprisingly headed for a massive opening this December. Collider can exclusively reveal that the J.J. Abrams-directed sequel topped a survey conducted by Fandango asking moviegoers about their most anticipated holiday films of the year. They surveyed more than 1,000 millennial moviegoers over the last month, asking which films and performances they were most anticipating between November 22nd and December 31st, and The Rise of Skywalker came out on top....

  • ‘Frozen II’ Review: Entertaining Enough, but the Magic Is Gone

    I adored Frozen when it was released back in 2013, but it’s a film that I find gets weaker on repeat viewings. There are certain elements that just don’t fit together quite right or feel cobbled together from previous versions like starting off the movie with what sounds like an indigenous peoples’ chant before swapping over to fully Nordic look and sound. And yet despite these emerging flaws, Frozen still has that special Disney magic that allows it to overcome those shortcomings and wrap you...

  • Patrick Wilson Confirms the Return of Ocean Master in ‘Aquaman 2’

    The first Aquaman was a huge hit for Warner Bros., bringing in $1.1 billion worldwide, and a sequel is on the way for December 16, 2022. While director James Wan is staying busy with the horror film Malignant, which is due out next year, before moving on to Aquaman 2, he has had some discussions with frequent collaborator Patrick Wilson, who played the villainous Ocean Master in the first movie. [caption id="attachment_768830" align="alignright" width="360"] Image via Warner Bros....

  • Adam Driver on ‘The Report’ and Why He Loved Scott Z. Burns' Script

    Adam Driver on the challenges of making Scott Z. Burns' The Report in 26 days and why he loved that the film doesn’t go home with the characters.

  • All the Pixar Movies Missing from Disney+, and When They’ll Be Available

    If you’ve been noodling around on Disney Plus recently, you’ve no doubt found yourself drawn to a number of different kinds of films. Indeed, Disney+'s robust library is chock full of animated classics, Star Wars movies, etc. etc.—and we even put together a list of the best movies on Disney+ right now to whittle things down. But you also may have noticed that not everything is on Disney Plus, especially when it comes to Pixar movies. Disney purchased the independent animation studio Pixar in...

  • Kelly Osbourne Escaped 'The Masked Singer' Last Night

    Kelly Osbourne was revealed to be the Ladybug in last night’s episode of The Masked Singer, making her the latest celebrity to escape captivity on the white-hot reality show. Only two episodes remain, meaning time is running out for us to guess the identities of the remaining contestants and save them from the island fortress where the show is presumably being filmed. I can only assume those who aren’t unmasked will be doomed to a life of charades and jukebox karaoke, and distributing pamphlets...

  • Giveaway: Win 'Steven Universe The Movie' on DVD with a Themed Mini-Record Player

    Steven Universe The Movie charmed its way into fans' hearts this past summer, but now, the critically acclaimed movie is available on DVD. And for two lucky fans out there, we not only have a free copy of the movie on home video for you to win, we also have a themed mini-record player for you to add to your collection! The custom vinyl player uses 3-inch records to fill your home with the spectacular music from the Steven Universe movie soundtrack. Steven Universe The Movie on DVD features...

  • New 'Trolls World Tour' Trailer Wants You to Rock Out, One More Time

    In Trolls World Tour, Poppy (Anna Kendrick) and Branch (Justin Timberlake) discover that they are but one of six different Troll tribes scattered over six different lands and devoted to six different kinds of music: Funk, Country, Techno, Classical, Pop and Rock. A member of the hard-rock royalty, Queen Barb (Rachel Bloom), aided by her father King Thrash (Ozzy Osbourne), wants to destroy all other kinds of music to let rock reign supreme. With the fate of the world at stake, Poppy and Branch,...

  • Jeff Goldblum on His Disney+ Series 'The World According to Jeff Goldblum'

    The National Geographic series The World According to Jeff Goldblum follows Jeff Goldblum (of course!) as he goes on adventures and has fun, insightful encounters with people connected with the featured subject of each of the 12 episodes, and learns about how familiar objects have fascinating connections to science and history. From sneakers and ice cream to coffee and cosmetics, and so many things in between, even the simplest things are not as commonplace as they seem, when you find out about...

  • ‘Beverly Hills Cop 4’ Lands at Netflix

    Netflix is going to stay in the Eddie Murphy business. After releasing the delightful Dolemite Is My Name several weeks ago, Netflix will now release Beverly Hills Cop 4. According to Variety, Paramount will license the rights to the streamer, but Jerry Bruckheimer will stay on board to produce. The move comes as various long-awaited sequels like Terminator: Dark Fate and Men in Black: International have flopped at the box office. The first two Beverly Hills Cop movies were hits, but the third...

  • New Trailer for Michael Bay's '6 Underground' Ruins the Peace and Quiet of Italy

    If you ever wanted to see Ryan Reynolds ride shotgun while a pack of extreme youths savage the peace, tranquility, and historically significant art of Italy in ways that only Michael Bay could have dreamed up, then 6 Underground is the Netflix flick for you. A new trailer is here to show off the drift-racing camera work, destruction of classical icons, and one-liners courtesy of a level-headed Reynolds. Enjoy! Deadpool franchise screenwriters Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese reteam with Reynolds for...

  • ‘The Mandalorian’: Jon Favreau Explains That Big Twist at the End of Episode 1

    Spoilers for Episode 1 of The Mandalorian follow below. There was much anticipation around the release of the first-ever live-action Star Wars TV show The Mandalorian, which hit Disney+ on Tuesday morning—the same time the streaming service launched. The anticipation was heightened because no one had seen the first episode of the series—it was held back from press in advance, so everyone watched together. But once we saw the episode, it was clear there was one story element that the team behind...