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The Collider Podcast

Collider.com's editors Matt Goldberg and Adam Chitwood discuss the latest movies, TV series, news, and various topics related to the entertainment business. The show is full of wit, warmth, learning, love, and laughter. It's good family fun except for all the swearing.
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Now displaying: March, 2017
Mar 28, 2017

This week on The Collider Podcast, we've got a bit of a grab bag.  First up, we talk about Adam's surprisingly positive reaction to Power Rangers; we then move on to Matt's thoughts on how Life could have been better; then we talk about Sony's plans for an R-rated Venom movie; and finally we move to the Justice League trailer before evaluating where the various studios are with their superhero properties.

Mar 21, 2017

This week on The Collider Podcast, we're talking about the new live-action version of Beauty and the Beast.  We discuss how it compares to the original movie, Bill Condon's direction, where it improves upon the original and where it falls short, and what the future holds for Disney's live-action adaptations of its other animated movies (get ready for a heated discussion over Mulan's popularity!).

Mar 15, 2017

This week on The Collider Podcast, we're joined by TV editor Allison Keene to dive into some of the most interesting shows on television right now.  During our conversation, we talk about Legion, Girls, The Americans, Homeland, The Last Man on Earth, The Good Place, the state of late night television, Hap and Leonard, and Review.

Mar 8, 2017

This week on The Collider Podcast, we're covering three topics.  We start off with the bonkers Oscars ceremony, how the prognosticators got so much wrong, why Marisa Tomei's Oscar win was finally validated, why Moonlight's win matters, why La La Land losing Best Picture may be good for the film in the long run, and more.  We then move on to Get Out, why the film is so powerful, how it's an unusual film for Blumhouse, the brilliant casting, and more.  We wrap up with Logan, and at the 46-minute mark, we get into spoilers.  We talk about why it's a strong conclusion for the character, how it's unique among superhero films, what other films in the genre can learn from Logan, and more.

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