In case you missed last week’s inaugural “Top 5” installment, fear not. You need only know that we’re introducing this new feature with the hopes of giving readers a concise glance at some of the site’s best content from the preceding week. This week, we’re bringing you a look at the Wonder Woman television pilot that NBC said “thanks, but no thanks” to, our visit to the set of the Jason Bateman and Ryan Reynolds comedy The Change-Up, the first trailer and poster for David Fincher’s The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo adaptation, Matt’s X-Men: First Class review, and Steve’s video interview with legendary director Richard Donner (Superman, The Goonies).
Hit the jump to find a brief recap and link for each.
1. Images and Reaction to the WONDER WOMAN Pilot NBC Passed On
Networks pass on numerous pilots every year with the hope that they’ll never see the light of day. Luckily, we have the Internet to make sure that no passed up series goes down without an Amazonian-esque fight. Click here to check out some images and a fan reaction to NBC’s Wonder Woman series that never was.
2. Collider Goes to the Set of THE CHANGE-UP
In The Change-Up Jason Bateman and Ryan Reynolds take their best shot at everyone’s favorite “body-switching” genre. As a result, we did our best to mark the occasion by allowing Matt the chance to spread his wings (and stretch his legs) in a domain typically inhabited by Steve. Click here to check out his set visit report.
3. THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO Trailer and Poster
This week, we got our first look at David Fincher’s The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo adaptation. While some may debate the necessity of the remake, most would agree on one thing: pierced nipples make you look like a badass. Click here to check out the film’s debut trailer and here for the nipple-laden international posters.
4. X-MEN: FIRST CLASS Review
After X-Men Origins: Wolverine, I wasn’t sure I would ever be able to trust another X-Men film again. Then Matt called X-Men: First Class “one of the best movies I’ve seen so far this year” and I began to think that just maybe I could learn to love once again. Click here to read his full review.
5. Exclusive Video Interview: Director Richard Donner Talks SUPERMAN, SUPERMAN II, and More
In honor of Warner Bros. releasing Superman: The Motion Picture Anthology (1978-2006) on Blu-ray, the director who originally brought the “Man of Steel” to the big screen talks with Steve about the 1978 original, his first reaction to seeing Christopher Reeve “fly,” and updates The Goonies musical among other things in our exclusive video interview.