TOP 5: Snow White War, Movie Theater Projection, R-Rated RIDDICK, Michael Sheen Reads Fan Fiction, and Jack Black Discusses Where Not to Rub Soap

     May 29, 2011


If you’ve been hanging around the site for a while, you know that we tend to post a lot of content throughout the course of a week. From interviews and reviews to general entertainment news, set visits, and niche stories, we always do our best to provide you the reader with a wide spectrum of coverage. Nevertheless, our front page only holds fifteen stories at a time meaning that some of our most interesting content has a tendency to fall through the cracks.  In an attempt to bring these stories back to the forefront, we are introducing this weekly “Top 5″ feature which we hope will prevent readers from missing out on the best Collider has to offer.

In this, our inaugural week, we’re bringing you a recap of Brendan’s mathematical breakdown of dueling Snow White films, our look at dimly lit 2d theater projection, a possible R-rated Riddick, Michael Sheen reading Twilight fan fiction, and Jack Black discussing with Steve where not to use body soap. Check out the quick recaps and links after the jump.

1. Cinemath: The Game Theory Behind the Snow White War


Releasing two opposing films from the same franchise within a month of one another could be either the best or worst idea anyone’s ever had. Click here to read Brendan’s quantitative analysis of Universal and Relativity’s upcoming Snow White films.

2. Movie Theaters Continue to Rip-Off Patrons with Incompetent Projection of 2D Movies


If you thought the price of a movie ticket was too expensive before, there is a good chance you will feel even more shortchanged after checking out Matt’s take on dimly lit projections of 2D movies. For the sake of balance, make sure you check out Sony’s rebuttal as well.

3. Vin Diesel Says a “True R-Rated” RIDDICK Can Shoot This Summer If He Takes a Paycut


Vin Diesel would like to make an “R-Rated” Riddick film. He would also like to make more than scale doing it. Decisions, decisions.

4. Michael Sheen Reads TWILIGHT Fan Fiction


The only thing funnier than Twilight fan fiction is hearing it read aloud by a completely serious Michael Sheen.

5. Jack Black and Dustin Hoffman Video Interview KUNG FU PANDA 2

Jack Black and Dustin Hoffman Interview KUNG FU PANDA 2 slice

If you ever wanted to know more about the places you shouldn’t use body soap and Kung Fu Panda 2 this is probably the only place you’ll be able to mark both off of your list.

Around The Web


MUPPETS: New TV Series Posters Highlight Kermit, Fozzie Bear, and Miss Piggy

Not entirely sure we needed to see Fozzie Bear get waxed but I'm still excited for this.

FERRELL TAKES THE FIELD Trailer Puts Will Ferrell through Spring Training

Will Ferrell visits 10 Major League Baseball spring training camps in one day and plays every position, as part of a new comedic sports documentary for HBO.

Weekly TV Guide: POLDARK Finale, WET HOT AMERICAN SUMMER, and More

Also, the season 2 finale of 'Halt and Catch Fire' and the latest episode of FX's 'Tyrant.'

WET HOT AMERICAN SUMMER Featurette Reunites Old Friends and Introduces New Faces

"Everyone looks like they're playing their own parents."

THE STRAIN Recap: “Fort Defiance”

Setrakian reveals his fountain of youth, Gus runs into a serious problem, and Eph goes real dark.

FULLER HOUSE: Cast Shows off Coffee Cups, Scripts and Group Photos

The first episode of the new series is officially in the can!

TRUE DETECTIVE Season 2 Recap: “Church in Ruins”

"If that's the thing that keeps you out of heaven, I don't wanna go."

HANNIBAL Season 3 Recap: “The Great Red Dragon”

"I would be cautious. The young turk may inspire the old Lithuanian to keep himself interesting."

THE STRAIN Interview: Kevin Durand Talks Season 2, Killing Vampires, and More

"Vasiliy and Setrakian have a similar connection as [me] and David [Bradley]. I really look up to him, and really love and respect him. We’ve developed this bond that I think has really reverberated on screen."

KEY & PEELE Coming to a Close on Comedy Central after Season 5

The two have decided to pursue other creative endeavors, but will collaborate again in the future.

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