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.]
Paul Feig will produce the new feature, which is described as an action-comedy in the vein of 'The Heat'.
The duo star in the real-life crime drama for 'The Hangover' and 'Due Date' director Todd Phillips.
The night was dark and full of reruns, but it allowed for Fox's 'Wayward Pines' to make some gains as the only new scripted series on broadcast.
Half the MCU has assembled in Atlanta.
The studio wants to see more tricks.
The TV spot goes into incredible powers like invisibility, super-strength, and buying movie tickets.
Sofia Coppola directed the Netflix special, which will also star George Clooney, Amy Poehler, Chris Rock, Maya Rudolph, Jason Schwartzman, and more.
He also talks about potential plans for Blu-ray and theatrical re-releases for 'The Iron Giant'.
He also reveals one very important thing director Andrew Niccol learned to do since they made 'Gattaca' together.
Justin Kurzel’s adaptation takes place in 11th century Scotland and stars Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard.