Collider Dailies

Daily movie and TV news analysis from Collider industry experts including Steven Weintraub, Perri Nemiroff, Maggie Lovitt, John Aljets, and more.

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  • 42. Paul Rudd and Bill Murray Stand Tall in New Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire Posters

    On today’s Collider Dailies, John and Steve take a look at the new posters for Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire that were released earlier today, exclusively from Collider! Including looks at Paul Rudd, Bill Murray standing heroically amidst the chaos alongside the rest of the main cast, Slimer breaking through a sheet of ice, and an adorable little Stay Puft Marshmallow Man finding himself in a sticky situation!Then, they talk about the news that The Mandalorian & Grogu are set to film in California, marking the first time a Star Wars movie will be shot primarily in the state, netting the production a massive tax credit. And finally, they talk about John Waters returning to the director's chair after 20 years, helming an adaptation of his 2022 novel Liarmouth: A Feel Bad Romance starring Aubrey Plaza.All of that and more on Collider Dailies!

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  • 41. MaXXXine May Not Be the Last Film in Ti West's Trilogy After All

    On today’s Collider Dailies, Perri and Steve discuss Ti West’s recent comments regarding MaXXXine and what the future could hold for Mia Goth’s character. Will she get a film trilogy — or maybe more?After that, they weigh in on reports that there’s a Beef Season 2 in the works over at Netflix and A24, and that Lee Sung Jin has his eye on Charles Melton, Cailee Spaeny, Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway to play feuding couples.And then finally, Ryan Gosling is officially set to perform “I’m Just Ken” at the Academy Awards! Are Steve and Perri excited? Find out on today’s Collider Dailies!
  • 40. Oppenheimer Dominates at the SAG Awards

    On today’s Collider Dailies, John and Maggie talk about the results of the SAG Awards and what it could mean for the Oscars. Is it a foregone conclusion at this point that Oppenheimer is going to dominate the Academy Awards like it did the SAG Awards? How close is the battle looking for Best Actress between Lily Gladstone for Killers of the Flower Moon, and Emma Stone for Poor Things? Who were the big winners, and who got snubbed?All of that and more on Collider Dailies!
  • 39. Will Warner Bros Bounce Back in 2024 with Superman: Legacy?

    On today’s Collider Dailies, Perri and Steve discuss David Zaslav’s comments during the Warner Bros. Discovery Q4 earnings call. He revealed Superman: Legacy will begin filming next week and explained that despite underperforming in 2023, they’re “very optimistic” about 2024.After that they weigh in on the new Game of Thrones spin-off getting a 2025 release.And then finally, they discuss 35 filmmakers, including Christopher Nolan and Guillermo del Toro, banding together to save the historic Village Theatre in Los Angeles.All of that on today’s Collider Dailies with Steve and Perri!
  • 38. The Acolyte Has a Tentative Release Date

    On today’s Collider Dailies, John and Maggie talk about the news that the upcoming Star Wars series, The Acolyte reportedly has a release date, as well as the reveal that Michael Abels, the composer best known for his work alongside Jordan Peele in his three feature films Get Out, Us and Nope, is set to produce the score for the series which stars Amandla Stenberg, Lee Jung-Jae, Carrie-Anne Moss, and Rebecca Henderson.After that, they talk about Uncharted 2 getting an update from actor Mark Wahlberg, who told Screen Rant that the script is complete and he was told to start growing his mustache for the sequel to the video game adaptation from 2022. Finally, they lament the cancellation of the Audible Original series Slayers: A Buffyverse Story, a follow-up to Buffy The Vampire-Slayer, which was announced to be not getting a second season by the podcast's co-creator Christopher Golden.All of that and more on Collider Dailies!
  • 37. Dune 2 Review: Is It Even Better Than the First Film?

    On today’s Collider Dailies, Perri welcomes Collider Features Editor Therese Lacson to the show for a Dune 2 review! The new movie sees the return of Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Josh Brolin, Stellan Skarsgård, Dave Bautista, Zendaya, Charlotte Rampling, and Javier Bardem, and adds Austin Butler, Florence Pugh, Christopher Walken and Léa Seydoux to the ensemble cast. Dune Part Two hits theaters nationwide on March 1.After that they share their thoughts on the latest Jurassic World 4 news. It’s now being reported that after talks fell through with David Leitch, Universal now has its eye on Gareth Edwards to direct the new film.All of that on today’s Collider Dailies with Perri and Therese!
  • 36. Ewan McGregor Questions the Dinosaur Rumors Around His New Movie

    On today’s Collider Dailies, John and Maggie talk about the interview that Ewan McGregor recently gave talking about his upcoming film Bleeding Love, where he was asked about a future project he is working on alongside Anne Hathaway and It Follows director David Robert Mitchell where he addressed the rumors that it may or may not have something to do with Dinosaurs.After that, they talk about the latest round of set images from Daredevil: Born Again, this time showing us our first look at Jon Bernthal's Frank Castle, aka the Punisher. Finally, they wrap up the show by celebrating the fact that this is episode #100 of Collider Dailies! Taking a look back at some of their favorite moments from the past, and what they'd like to see in the future.All of that and more on Collider Dailies!