This week on The Collision, we look back at the films that came out in the first half of 2012, look ahead to what the rest of the year holds, review The Amazing Spider-Man, and discuss the last-minute changes to the final film. As always, we finish up with our recommendations.
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Adam’s Recommendation: Moonrise Kingdom
Dave’s Recommendation: The Cabin in the Woods
Matt’s Recommendation: Beasts of the Southern Wild
[Correction: In this episode, we say that Wilford Brimley starred on Walker Texas Ranger. It was actually, Noble Willingham.]
Ben Affleck reveals how the Metropolis destruction affected Bruce Wayne.
Friday Box Office: Holdovers Still in Charge as TERMINATOR GENISYS and MAGIC MIKE XXL Stumble into Holiday Frame
Despite solid Wednesday starts, this weekend’s two new releases will not overtake 'Inside Out’ and ‘Jurassic World’ over the July Fourth weekend.
The short film competition this weekend announced its three winners: Stephan Tempier, Mark Middlewick & Travis Calvert
With “American” in the title, it can’t be bad.
The 'Selma' filmmaker says she and Marvel had different ideas about what a 'Black Panther' movie should be.
This actually looks awesome.
Get ready for some more crash-bang destruction, now with twice the superheroes!
The director and producers talk first cut, deleted scenes, what they learned from friends and family screenings, Easter eggs, and more.
Haleigh, Matt, and Dave single out their picks for best Disney Animated villains, ranging from Snow White's Evil Queen to Hercules' sassy ruler of the Underworld.
Hank Pym believes that a suit designed to make someone shrink down to the size of an ant isn't “cute technology”.