This week on The Collision, we’re talking about The Fault in Our Stars and Edge of Tomorrow. We talk about what the box office results mean for each one, why Fault won the weekend and Edge lost, the future of YA romance novel adaptations, the staying power of Tom Cruise‘s career, supporting good sci-fi action movies, and more. As always, we finish up with our recommendations.
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Adam’s Recommendation: The Perks of Being a Wallflower
Matt’s Recommendation: Down with Love
Josh Brolin, Keira Knightley, and Jason Clarke also star in the survival drama.
McHale will guest star as an unlikely ally to Mulder.
The studio opted not to let Vincent Chase direct this one, making this the first time in history that something hasn't gone Vinnie's way.
The deeply upsetting documentary chronicles the efforts of two vigilante groups bent on upending the Mexican drug cartels from both sides of the border.
Get a first look at Sean Harris as the villain. But no Pegg poster, sadly.
Get acquainted with the MCU's latest recruit.
Here's a refreshing reprieve from the summer onslaught of tentpoles and franchise pictures.
Greg Silverman also comments on the 'Wonder Woman' director swap and the studio's atypical approach to that film's script.
A bigger Millennium Falcon is flying our way this September.
Look for the trailer next week!