THE COLLISION: Episode 5 – Tweet Seats, 48 Frames-per-Second, THE FIVE-YEAR ENGAGEMENT, and More

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Last week was CinemaCon, and we reported on what Universal, Sony Pictures, Disney, Paramount, and Warner Bros. had to show off to journalists and theater owners.  While we showed you some of the posters, and Steve told you his thoughts on the footage he saw, on this week’s episode of The Collision, Adam, Dave, and I discuss not what’s coming to theaters, but what might be changing inside them.  Specifically, we explore if “Tweet Seats” (screenings or seats where patrons are allowed to use their phones) and 48fps will save theaters or just make the experience worse.  We also planned on discussing The Pirates! Band of Misfits and Safe, but since we were running long on time, we decided to give The Five-Year Engagement our sole attention.  Finally, we finished up with our recommendations, and you can check out trailers for those recommendations after the jump.

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Josh Cooley’s Little Golden Books of R-Rated Movies

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The “Little Golden Books” are a series of children’s books that have been published since 1945.  Such titles in the series include Sesame Street Together Book, Donald Duck’s Toy Train, and Winnie-the-Pooh Meets Gopher.  Artist Josh Cooley took a new approach to the Golden Books by keeping the style and doing away with the G-rated fare in favor of The Professional, The Godfather: Part II, and T2: Judgment Day.  The result is pretty great and you can check it out after the jump.  Click here to check out more great art from Cooley.

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