Universal Secures Rights to ‘The Mister’, Based on Novel From ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ Author E.L. James

After making over a billion dollars worldwide on the Fifty Shades of Grey film trilogy, Universal is getting back in business with author E.L. James. The studio has emerged victorious in a bidding war for the movie rights to her novel The Mister, a

‘The Letter for the King’ Trailer: Netflix Series is Like ‘1917’ But in a Fantasy World, and Without the Long Takes

Dutch author Tonke Dragt‘s beloved 1960s fantasy novel De brief voor de Koning, AKA The Letter for the King, has already been adapted into a movie, but now it’s heading to Netflix as a six-episode streaming series. Between this and Th

Quibi Trailer Brings a Bunch of New Shows To A Phone Near You

Quibi is amping up its promotion as we near the April launch of the mobile streaming platform. While it’s still uncertain whether the experiment behind this forthcoming streaming service — which offers its titles in “bite-sized”

‘Roma’ Making-of Documentary Now Streaming on Netflix

Netflix is weird about promoting some things. For instance: Did you know they’ve added a making-of documentary about Roma – the same documentary that’s included with the recent Criterion Collection release of the film? It’s true

‘Ugly Delicious’ Season 2 Trailer: David Chang Serves Up More Foodie Goodness

Delicious food and Danny McBride – what more could you ask for from the second season of Ugly Delicious? James Beard Award-winning chef David Chang and Oscar-winning director Morgan Neville (Won’t You Be My Neighbor?) return to serve mor

‘Marc Maron: End Times Fun’ Trailer: Let’s All Laugh About the End of the World!

Marc Maron brings his own brand of “everything is terrible” comedy to his latest stand-up special, Marc Maron: End Times Fun. As you can probably surmise from the title, Maron is going to be touching on the doom and gloom of our current

‘Parasite’ Director Bong Joon-ho Highlights 20 Filmmakers to Watch

Bong Joon-ho, ever the mensch, is using his powers for good. The filmmaker is on everyone’s mind right now thanks to his award-winning Parasite, but rather than rest on his laurels, Bong has decided to highlight 20 up-and-coming filmmakers. I

Daily Podcast: Why Even Make Indiana Jones 5 Without Spielberg? What Bob Iger’s Departure Means For Disney’s Future

On the February 26, 2020 episode of /Film Daily, Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film managing editor Jacob Hall, and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to discuss the latest film and tv news, including Indiana Jones 5, Bo

‘Rumble’ Trailer: Wrestling Monsters Get Ready to — Well, You Know

You’ve got wrestling movies and you’ve got monster movies, so why not put the two of them together for the best of both worlds? That’s the premise of Rumble, an upcoming animated film from Paramount Animation and WWE Studios, whic

‘Westworld’ Season 3 Viral Marketing Introduces You to Incite, Inc.

It’s time for a new season of Westworld, which means its also time for a bunch of semi-confusing, super-cryptic viral marketing that will have the more obsessive fans of the show spending hours upon hours pouring over data, chatting on Reddit

‘American Horror Story’ Season 10 Scares Up a New Cast, Including Macaulay Culkin

For the 10th season of his horror anthology series, American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy has scared up a cast of both newcomers and veterans to star in the upcoming season. One of those newcomers is Macaulay Culkin, who has been steadily mak

‘I Am Not Okay With This’ Sneak Peek: Watch the First 7 Minutes of Netflix’s New Dark Comedy Series

Netflix has released a sneak peek at I Am Not Okay With This, a teen dark comedy that seems manufactured in a laboratory to be the perfect Netflix series. It stars: check. Awkward youths navigating teen angst and grief: check. Secret superpowers:

‘Dawn’ TV Series Coming to Amazon From Ava DuVernay and ‘Star Wars’ Filmmaker Victoria Mahoney

Ava DuVernay is teaming up with the first female Star Wars director Victoria Mahoney to develop a new sci-fi project at Amazon. DuVernay and Mahoney are developing a Dawn TV series based on the Octavia E. Butler 1987 sci-fi novel of the same name

Apple Won’t Let Villains Use iPhones In Movies, According to Rian Johnson

Rian Johnson just gave the game away. If you’re watching a mystery movie set in modern times, and you’re trying to find out who the villain is, there’s a sure-fire way to solve the case: pay attention to the phones people are using

Steven Spielberg No Longer Directing ‘Indiana Jones 5’; James Mangold Might Take Over Instead

There’s a shake-up regarding Indiana Jones 5: Steven Spielberg is out, James Mangold is possibly in. Spielberg will no longer direct the fifth entry in the adventure series, and is instead planning to hand the franchise over to Ford v Ferrar

‘No Time to Die’ Could Be the Longest Bond Movie Ever, Which Means You’ll Have No Time to Pee

Ready for the longest Bond movie yet? Well, you better get ready, because it looks like No Time to Die is going to clock in at almost three-hours-long. The latest (and final) entry in Daniel Craig‘s tenure as 007 has been reported by multiple

‘Saint Maud’ Trailer Promises You Holy Hell

Saint Maud is bound to be another polarizing horror film from distributor A24. That’s to say it’s going to be beloved by some while others are going to complain that it doesn’t have any jump scares. I’m in the former category

Hank Azaria Explains Why He Quit Voicing Apu on ‘The Simpsons’

A month after Hank Azaria announced that he was stepping down from voicing Apu Nahasapeemapetilon in The Simpsons, the actor is opening on his reasons for leaving. Azaria had voiced the character of the Springfield convenience store owner (in addit

New on Blu-ray: ‘Knives Out’, ‘Frozen 2’, ‘Jojo Rabbit’, ‘A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood’, ‘Color Out of Space’

Welcome back, fans of physical media. There are several great Blu-ray releases hitting the shelves this week, and if you’re one of those weirdos like me who cherishes physical copies, you’re going to want to grab some (if not all) of the

Bob Iger’s Disney Exit Surprised More Than Just Industry Analysts, and He Leaves Some Uncertainty in His Wake

Yesterday, Bob Iger stepped down as the CEO of The Walt Disney Company, handing the reins to Disney parks chief Bob Chapek. The news came as a huge surprise to Hollywood, industry analysts, and even a major player within the Disney company, and in t

New 'Shovel Knight' spinoff is a Tetris-like puzzle game

Shovel Knight is getting a second spinoff, and like its first, it's far from being an action-adventure platformer like the original game. Yacht Club Games and indie game developer Vine are working on a new title called Shovel Knight Poc

Clarence Thomas laments ruling that let FCC kill net neutrality

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas doesn't have many fans among open internet advocates. His decision in the 2005 Brand X broadband case let the FCC classify internet service any way it liked as long as there was a justification, gi

Google Translate adds languages for the first time in four years

Believe it or not, Google hasn't added languages to Translate since 2016 -- it's not clear why, but the company is making up for that apparent omission. It's adding five languages, including Kinyarwanda (Rwanda), Odia (India)

The creator of the Konami Code has died

Up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, b, a and start. It's the most famous cheat code in all of gaming, and now its creator, former Konami employee Kazuhisa Hashimoto, has died. He was 61-years-old.

Pope Francis wants you to give up being a jerk online for Lent

Forget quitting smoking or cutting carbs from your diet. If you're thinking of something to give up this Lent, which starts today (Ash Wednesday), Pope Francis has a surprisingly modern suggestion. During the weekly General Audience in

Apple will open its first India retail store in 2021

If Apple is going to keep iPhone sales going in a market that's cooling down, it may have to court regions where it previously hasn't sold well -- and it appears poised to do just that. CEO Tim Cook told attendees at Apple's a

Facial recognition startup Clearview AI says its full client list was stolen

You might expect a high-profile (and controversial) facial recognition startup like Clearview AI would have its data locked down, but it turns out it's just as vulnerable as almost any other company to malicious individuals. In a notifi

Ava DuVernay teams with 'Star Wars' veteran on Amazon sci-fi series

Amazon's commitment to sci-fi on Prime Video may have scored it a particularly sweet deal. Ava DuVernay's Array Filmworks is partnering with Victoria Mahoney (who helped direct Rise of Skywalker as well as episodes of Grey's

Starbucks embraces fake meat, starting in Canada

Next week, when Starbucks rolls out its spring menu in stores across Canada, it will include one notable addition: a breakfast sandwich with Beyond Meat sausage. Starbucks joins a growing list of brands that have added Beyond Meat's pla

PlatinumGames' first original project looks like Ant-Man meets Godzilla

PlatinumGames is about to unleash its full freakish flamboyance on the world. Led by veteran director Hideki Kamiya, PlatinumGames has created stand-out titles on the behalf of major publishers for the past 14 years, churning out hits like B

GrubHub+ gets you free deliveries and cashback for $10 a month

GrubHub is launching a new subscription service. Starting today, you can pay $10 per month to get access to GrubHub+. Its main perks include unlimited free delivery and 10 percent cash back on orders. Additionally, if you donate through the

Surface Duo may let you 'peek' at notifications

When it comes to the next generation of folding phones, Microsoft was right to choose dual displays over folding screens. But one thing some other foldable phones have that Microsoft lacks is a screen on the outside of the device. To make up

GOG's new refund policy lets you return a game even if you've played it

GOG is simplifying its refund process, making it easier to get your money back if you don't like a game you recently purchased. Moving forward, you have up to 30 days to refund any game, including ones you've already installed and

Could you live with this budget Android for four years?

Five years ago, Sharad Mittal had a dilemma. He and his wife had just watched Noah, a movie starring Russell Crowe with a heavy environmental message underneath its retelling of the classic Biblical tale. The movie moved him deeply, giving h

Eero's mesh WiFi routers now support Apple HomeKit

Eero has acted on its promise of supporting HomeKit for Routers. You can now add any Eero, Eero Pro or Eero Beacon device running eeroOS 3.18.0 (or later) to Apple's Home app, letting the mesh WiFi routers firewall your smart home devic

Logitech and Herman Miller team up to design ergonomic gaming furniture

Plenty of gaming chairs look cool, but whether or not they're actually good for your back is another question. Furniture company Herman Miller and Logitech's gaming hardware brand Logitech G want to change that. They're teamin

Harmonix’s next music-making game puts your DJ skills to the test

Harmonix, the developer behind Rock Band and Dance Central, is back with a new music-making game: Fuser. Players will become music festival DJs, mixing vocals, bass lines, beats and riffs from artists like Billie Eilish, Lil Nas X, Lizzo, 50

Optoma CinemaX P1 review: A stunning 4K projector with terrible apps

The shiniest new toys in AV land are the short-throw laser projectors you might have seen recently, particularly at CES. They're cool because they give you a huge, bright image for a fraction the price of a comparably sized 4K TV. At th

Model:Cycles review: An affordable and approachable FM groovebox

Fair or not, Elektron has a reputation for making complex and kinda pricey electronic music gear. Last year though, it made a serious play for the entry level with the Model:Samples ($299), an affordable, sample-based groovebox that si

Everything you missed at Toy Fair 2020

If you're a toy-loving child (and which kid isn't), your favorite times of year are birthdays and the big gift-giving holidays in December. If you're a toy-loving adult, however, your Christmas comes much earlier in the

LG V60 ThinQ 5G hands-on: Two screens, not enough polish

LG's smartphone business spent most of last year struggling to turn a profit, but the company has found at least one strategy it wants to stick with. Instead of giving people unpolished, unproven, expensive foldables, it starting

Amazon discounts the 256GB MacBook Air to under $1,000

As part of its latest deal of the day, Amazon has discounted the 2019 MacBook Air. Until the end of the day, you can get the space grey model -- with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage -- for $999. The $300 price drop is the biggest di

Streaming represented nearly 80 percent of US music revenue in 2019

Streaming is even more vital to the music industry than it was a year ago. The RIAA has reported that streaming represented 79 percent ($8.8 billion) of American music revenue in 2019, compared to 75 percent the year before. And crucially,

Google's image results will soon tell you more about what you're seeing

Google's image results don't show a lot of details at first glance -- they typically only include a photo's dimensions on the bottom left corner, along with its source page's title and URL. Starting later this week, thoug

Facebook bans coronavirus ads that promote 'cures' and fan hysteria

Facebook is doubling down on its bid to stop the spread of coronavirus misinformation. Following its announcement of plans to flag and remove false information, the platform will now also ban ads that promise to cure or prevent the virus, as

THE MANDALORIAN: James Mangold, Robert Rodriguez & Others Reportedly Directed Sequences For Season 2

We found out earlier today that James Mangold is in talks to replace Steven Spielberg as the director of Indiana Jones 5, and it looks like the Logan filmmaker might have also paid a recent visit to the galaxy far, far away. THE MANDALORI

Brandon Routh Talks SUPERMAN And His View Of The Character’s Relevancy On The VFK Podcast

Back in 2018, the annual Superman Celebration (held in Metropolis, Illinois) celebrated its 40th anniversary, and one of the main guests invited was actor Brandon Routh, who, before playing Ray Palmer on DC's Legends of Tomorrow, portrayed t

LOGAN & FORD v FERRARI's James Mangold In Talks To Replace Steven Spielberg As Director Of INDIANA JONES 5

In a shocking turn of events, Variety is reporting that after helming the previous four films, the legendary Steven Spielberg has decided to step down as director the long-gestating Indiana Jones 5, and it sounds like he's on the verge of ha

Doctor Octopus Will Be Part Of "Web-Slinger" Ride In Disney California Leading To SPIDER-MAN 3 Speculation

As you're no doubt well aware, Avengers Campus opens in Disneyland California this summer, and as well as rides and restaurants themed to characters like Ant-Man and the Guardians of the Galaxy, there will also be a "Web-Slinger" att

MOON KNIGHT: Marvel Studios' Disney+ Series Has A New Filming Start Date And Location

According to GWW, production on the Moon Knight TV series coming to Disney+ is now set to begin in mid-November at Pinewood Studios in Atlanta, Georgia.  This is hardly a surprise when Marvel Studios TV shows like The Falcon and The Wint

DEADPOOL 2 Concept Art Reveals Alternate Designs For Several Members Of X-Force

A third Deadpool movie will almost certainly happen under the Disney/Marvel banner at some point (Wade Wilson actor Ryan Reynolds all-but confirmed as much last year), but while we await some kind of official announcement, we have more unused (or

BATMAN BEGINS Concept Art Features Alternate Batsuit Designs And Some Amazing Keyframes By Jock

Christopher Nolan's Batman Begins successfully rebooted the Dark Knight back in 2005 after a lengthy hiatus away from the big screen, and it led to an amazing trilogy which is still considered perhaps the best take on the iconic DC Comics supe

THE SIMPSONS Unveils Official AVENGERS-Inspired Poster For Upcoming "Bart The Bad Guy" Episode

This Sunday's episode of The Simpsons is titled "Bart the Bad Guy," and will focus on Bart using plot spoilers for a superhero movie he managed to see a month before its release to blackmail the film’s executives, who will be v

BATWOMAN And Sophie Grow Close - And Kiss! - In Awesome New "Grinning From Ear To Ear" Stills

Batwoman continues to break ground on The CW, and that looks set to continue in the upcoming March 8th instalment. As you can see in the gallery below, Kate Kane (suited up as Gotham City's new Dark Knight) finally kisses Sophie while in costu

THE FLASH: Kid-Flash Finally Returns To Central City In New Stills From "Death Of The Speed Force"

It's been quite some time since we've seen Kid-Flash in The Flash, but the hero is finally set to make his return to Central City in the upcoming March 10th episode of the long-running series. Keiynan Lonsdale left the show a while ba

STAR WARS: HIGH REPUBLIC Comic Books And Novels Won't Tie Into Any Upcoming Movies Or TV Shows

It's been teased for months now, but details about the mysterious Project Luminous have finally been revealed. Described as a new Star Wars publishing initiative from Lucasfilm, the plan is to explore the "High Republic" era (roughly

SHANG-CHI AND THE LEGEND OF THE TEN RINGS Rumored To Include A Mutant Character From The Comics

Photos from the set of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier have already revealed that Madripoor is coming to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and it now appears as if a character from the world of the X-Men is on their way to this shared world. Accord

LEGENDS OF TOMORROW: Ray's Plans Go Awry In The New Promo For Season 5, Episode 6: "Mr. Parker's Cul-De-Sac""

In two weeks, Damien Darhk (Neal McDonough) returns and it looks like he'll be throwing a major wrench in Ray Palmer's (Brandon Routh) plans for a quiet date night with Nora (Courtney Ford) when it's revealed that his girlfriend's lat

Netmarble Is Hosting A MYSTERY MARVEL PANEL At The Upcoming PAX EAST To Announce A New Game

There are several different mobile titles that exist in the Marvel Gaming Universe. To name a few, these include the likes of Marvel Puzzle Quest, Marvel Contest of Champions, Marvel Strike Force, and Marvel Future Fight. The latter was pro

THE FLASH: Wally West Is Back In The New Promo For Season 6, Episode 14: "Death of the Speed Force"

It's been a while since we saw him last, but Wally West (Keiynan Lonsdale) is finally back in Central City and it sounds like he has an urgent message for Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) regarding the Speed Force, which has seemingly reached a point o

BLACK LIGHTNING: It's Time to Fight In The New Promo For Season 3, Episode 15: "The Book of War: Chapter Two"

Next week's penultimate episode of Black Lightning season three promises to be a big one as Jefferson (Cress Williams) and the Pierce family find themselves fighting for their lives and for Freeland with the threat of Gravedigger (Wayne Brady) an

The 25 Best War Movies of the 21st Century (So Far)

François Truffaut once argued that it was impossible to make an anti-war movie, because once you put warfare on camera, it can’t help but look dramatic. But filmmakers have been trying to make anti-war movies for decades, while other filmmakers ha

‘I Am Not Okay with This’ Review: Strong Coming-of-Age Story, Weak Super-Powered Subplot

At first glance, Netflix's new super-powered teen series I Am Not Okay with This seems to be an obvious companion to Stranger Things. Not only do the two shows share producers and feature young girls with mystifying powers, but I Am Not Okay with Thi

Netflix Boosts Original Anime Content Through Partnerships with Japanese Creators

Yesterday, Crunchyroll unveiled their first-ever slate of original anime titles set to rollout throughout the year. Today, Netflix followed up. The streaming giant announced, in an official statement that follows below, "that it has partnered with si

Logan Lerman on ‘Hunters’ and Shooting the Dance Number in the Third Episode

From co-showrunners David Weil (who also created the series) and Nikki Toscano, the Amazon Prime Video original series Hunters follows a diverse band of Nazi hunters, lead by Meyer Offerman (Al Pacino), living in 1977 New York City, who have discover

‘Rumble’ Trailer Introduces Steve, a Lovable Monster Underdog Voiced by Will Arnett

Paramount Pictures released the first trailer for upcoming animated feature Rumble and holy smokes, this one looks like a winner. Featuring the voice talents of Will Arnett (Bojack Horseman) and Geraldine Viswanathan (Blockers), Rumble takes us

Why It’s Okay to Love and Hate Tyler Perry

On the surface, mogul Tyler Perry is the epitome of the American Dream. At the beginning of his career, the six-foot six-inch tall man was literally homeless, living out of his car when he wrote morality stage plays starring his alter ego, Madea. Sin

Praise Be, A24’s ‘Saint Maud’ Just Got an Even More Horrifying New Trailer

A24 has unleashed upon us a second, more terrifying trailer for Saint Maud. The upcoming feature falls firmly into the horror genre — a category the studio beloved by cinephiles does best. It's also the first feature film from Rose Glass, a direc

‘Mulan’ Remake Star Liu Yifei Speaks Out About the Coronavirus & Political Controversy

Disney's live-action remake of Mulan is going to be a big test for the studio in a number of ways. The $200 million tag is the priciest so far for the redos of animated classics, a strategy which has proven pretty lucrative so far ... except in China

Macaulay Culkin Joins ‘American Horror Story’ Regulars for Still-Untitled Season 10

Everyone's favorite horror anthology series, American Horror Story, has added Macaulay Culkin to the Season 10 cast. This will mark Culkin's first-ever series regular role in his storied career, although he has guested on TV shows like Hulu's Doll

The Strange History of the Universal Monsters Franchise

The Invisible Man releases this week, the latest reimagining of one of Universal’s classic monster movies. Although it’s technically based on the H.G. Wells novel, the hallmarks of the story are largely recognizable thanks to the original 1933 ad

‘No Time to Die’ Runtime Marks the Longest James Bond Movie Ever

Regal Cinemas has seemingly revealed the runtime for No Time to Die, and it looks like Daniel Craig's last ride as James Bond will be the longest 007 movie ever. At two hours and 43 minutes, director Cary Fukanaga's action flick will officially top S

‘Onward’ Filmmakers on How a Pixar Movie Is Made: From Early Days to the Final Cut

Anyone who was in the massive convention hall during the 2017 D23 Expo still remembers it clear as day: back then Pixar was introducing a new project as Untitled Pixar Film That Takes You to a Suburban Fantasy World and its director, Monsters Univers

James Mangold in Talks to Direct ‘Indiana Jones 5,’ Replacing Steven Spielberg

James Mangold is in talks to direct Indiana Jones 5 for Disney and Lucasfilm, replacing Steven Spielberg behind the camera. Harrison Ford will be back to crack the whip one last time, though it's unclear if this director switch will necessitate a del

‘I Am Not Okay with This’: Sophia Lillis on Playing the Troubled & Super-Powered Sydney

There are certain pockets of the Pittsburgh area where, once you've set foot in them, it feels like you've traveled back in time. Having lived there for more than a decade myself, I know how progressive certain parts of the city have become, especial

Marc Maron Helps Us Laugh Away Existential Dread in the ‘End Times Fun’ Trailer

Netflix has released the official trailer for End Times Fun, the new comedy special from Marc Maron. Maron has long been a fave with Netflix, starring on the '80s wrestling series GLOW and putting up the 2013 special Thinky Pain at the streamin

‘Snake Eyes’ Filming Wraps as Henry Golding Promises Film Will “Blow Everyone’s Socks Off”

Principal filming has wrapped on Snake Eyes, Paramount's G.I. Joe spinoff, according to star Henry Golding. "[A]nd THAT, is a principal wrap on Snake Eyes lady's and gents," Golding wrote. "What a crew we had, Vancouver + Japan, you were unstoppable.

Hello, Clarice: Rebecca Breeds to Star in ‘Silence of the Lambs’ Sequel Series for CBS

A wise man once told Clarice Starling, "the world is more interesting with you in it," and the folks at CBS agree, as the network is moving forward its Silence of the Lambs sequel, having just cast its titular FBI agent. Pretty Little Liars actress R

John Mulaney Checks on His Friend Pete Davidson in New ‘SNL’ Promo

When John Mulaney does anything, we here at Collider leap to attention. He's hilarious, relatable, charming as all get-out, and focused on very specific comedic targets we didn't know we needed until we got them. So every time he comes home to host

‘The Invisible Man’ Review: A Haunting Portrait of Domestic Abuse

You can’t see the Invisible Man, but writer/director Leigh Whannell makes sure you can’t miss the theme of his new horror film. Whereas James Whale’s 1933 original was a fun, cheesy romp about a crazy guy who happened to turn himself invisible,

‘Love Is Blind’ Is Getting a “Tell-All” Reunion Special In Which Someone Will Def Get Punched

The cast of Love Is Blind, the popular unscripted Netflix series in which a group of single men and women get engaged without ever having actually seen each other, is getting a tell-all reunion special that will air on both the streaming platform and

Josh Brolin and Brad Pitt Team on Mystery Series ‘Outer Range’ for Amazon

Oscar-nominated actor Josh Brolin has signed on to star in the Amazon series Outer Range, which he'll executive produce along with Brad Pitt. Created by playwright Brian Watkins, Outer Ranger follows Royal Abbott (Brolin), a rancher who discovers an

Ava DuVernay, Victoria Mahoney Team on Amazon Sci-Fi Series ‘Dawn’

Ava DuVernay is a talented filmmaker whose subjects of focus alternate between incisive portrayals of real-life events (Selma) and big-dreaming, hard-hitting flights of high-concept fantasy (A Wrinkle in Time). Now, a new sci-fi series at Amazon pro

Olivia Liang Cast as the Lead in CW’s ‘Kung Fu’ Reboot

The CW’s reboot of Kung Fu has found its Caine. (Sort of.) As reported by Deadline (via The Wrap), Olivia Liang will play the lead role of Nicky Chen in the series pilot, a reimagining of the wandering Shaolin monk Kwai Chang Caine played somewhat

‘Lizzie McGuire’ Disney+ Series Seems to Be Done, and No One Is Happy

It seems like a no-brainer. '90s and 2000s kids grew up inhaling Lizzie McGuire, the Disney Channel original series about the titular teenage girl played iconically by Hilary Duff. A Disney+ reboot, following McGuire in her 30s (just like the kids

‘Lizzie McGuire’ Disney+ Series Seems to Be Done, and No One Is Happy

It seems like a no-brainer. '90s and 2000s kids grew up inhaling Lizzie McGuire, the Disney Channel original series about the titular teenage girl played iconically by Hilary Duff. A Disney+ reboot, following McGuire in her 30s (just like the kids

Olivia Liang Cast as the Lead in CW’s ‘Kung Fu’ Reboot

The CW’s reboot of Kung Fu has found its Caine. (Sort of.) As reported by Deadline (via The Wrap), Olivia Liang will play the lead role of Nicky Chen in the series pilot, a reimagining of the wandering Shaolin monk Kwai Chang Caine played somewhat

Ava DuVernay, Victoria Mahoney Team on Amazon Sci-Fi Series ‘Dawn’

Ava DuVernay is a talented filmmaker whose subjects of focus alternate between incisive portrayals of real-life events (Selma) and big-dreaming, hard-hitting flights of high-concept fantasy (A Wrinkle in Time). Now, a new sci-fi series at Amazon pro

Josh Brolin and Brad Pitt Team on Mystery Series ‘Outer Range’ for Amazon

Oscar-nominated actor Josh Brolin has signed on to star in the Amazon series Outer Range, which he'll executive produce along with Brad Pitt. Created by playwright Brian Watkins, Outer Ranger follows Royal Abbott (Brolin), a rancher who discovers an

‘Love Is Blind’ Is Getting a “Tell-All” Reunion Special In Which Someone Will Def Get Punched

The cast of Love Is Blind, the popular unscripted Netflix series in which a group of single men and women get engaged without ever having actually seen each other, is getting a tell-all reunion special that will air on both the streaming platform and

‘The Invisible Man’ Review: A Haunting Portrait of Domestic Abuse

You can’t see the Invisible Man, but writer/director Leigh Whannell makes sure you can’t miss the theme of his new horror film. Whereas James Whale’s 1933 original was a fun, cheesy romp about a crazy guy who happened to turn himself invisible,

John Mulaney Checks on His Friend Pete Davidson in New ‘SNL’ Promo

When John Mulaney does anything, we here at Collider leap to attention. He's hilarious, relatable, charming as all get-out, and focused on very specific comedic targets we didn't know we needed until we got them. So every time he comes home to host

Hello, Clarice: Rebecca Breeds to Star in ‘Silence of the Lambs’ Sequel Series for CBS

A wise man once told Clarice Starling, "the world is more interesting with you in it," and the folks at CBS agree, as the network is moving forward its Silence of the Lambs sequel, having just cast its titular FBI agent. Pretty Little Liars actress R

‘Snake Eyes’ Filming Wraps as Henry Golding Promises Film Will “Blow Everyone’s Socks Off”

Principal filming has wrapped on Snake Eyes, Paramount's G.I. Joe spinoff, according to star Henry Golding. "[A]nd THAT, is a principal wrap on Snake Eyes lady's and gents," Golding wrote. "What a crew we had, Vancouver + Japan, you were unstoppable.

Marc Maron Helps Us Laugh Away Existential Dread in the ‘End Times Fun’ Trailer

Netflix has released the official trailer for End Times Fun, the new comedy special from Marc Maron. Maron has long been a fave with Netflix, starring on the '80s wrestling series GLOW and putting up the 2013 special Thinky Pain at the streamin

‘I Am Not Okay with This’: Sophia Lillis on Playing the Troubled & Super-Powered Sydney

There are certain pockets of the Pittsburgh area where, once you've set foot in them, it feels like you've traveled back in time. Having lived there for more than a decade myself, I know how progressive certain parts of the city have become, especial

James Mangold in Talks to Direct ‘Indiana Jones 5,’ Replacing Steven Spielberg

James Mangold is in talks to direct Indiana Jones 5 for Disney and Lucasfilm, replacing Steven Spielberg behind the camera. Harrison Ford will be back to crack the whip one last time, though it's unclear if this director switch will necessitate a del

‘Onward’ Filmmakers on How a Pixar Movie Is Made: From Early Days to the Final Cut

Anyone who was in the massive convention hall during the 2017 D23 Expo still remembers it clear as day: back then Pixar was introducing a new project as Untitled Pixar Film That Takes You to a Suburban Fantasy World and its director, Monsters Univers


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