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‘Star Trek: Picard’: It’s Harder Than Ever to Separate Patrick Stewart From His Beloved Captain

Jean-Luc Picard gives a damn.In the decades since Patrick Stewart’s Starfleet captain debuted in “Star Trek: The Next Generation” on September 28, 1987, he’s become one of the most beloved TV heroes ever. Picard always had a rare combination of erudition and earnestness. He was someone who cared.In an early episode, Picard stares down a […]

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Netflix Drops Surprise Annecy Presentation, Trailer for Glen Keane’s ‘Over the Moon’

In a previously-unannounced presentation posted on the Annecy Intl. Animation Film Festival’s digital platform on Tuesday morning, Netflix announced key cast, new images, updated plot points and shared an out-of-this-world trailer for the platform’s upcoming musical 3D feature “Over the Moon” from legendary animator and Oscar-winning filmmaker Glen Keane.Annecy also announced a live Q&a with […]

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Bursting for a return: could Sigourney Weaver resurrect the Alien franchise? | Ben Child

A studio takeover has led to an offer being sent to the original sci-fi scream queen – and it might be the series’ only hopeBattlestar Galactica posited the idea that human civilisation operates on an endless wheel of evolution, technological boom and eventual destruction by the very machines it has hubristically brought into existence. There […]

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‘Star Trek: Lower Decks’ Creator Mike McMahan Explains How the Show Finds Comedy Without Mocking ‘Star Trek’

CBS All Access is making the most out of the final frontier with a handful of original Star Trek shows. Star Trek Discovery kicked off the latest era of the franchise created by Gene Roddenberry, Star Trek: Picard brought back the beloved captain from Star Trek: The Next Generation, and Star Trek: Strange New Worlds […]

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Exclusive: Akiva Goldsman on Scrapped ‘Batman vs. Superman’ Movie: “It Was the Darkest Thing You’ve Ever Seen”

During an in-depth interview between Collider’s own Steve Weintraub and famed screenwriter, producer, and director Akiva Goldsman, where the discussion covered included everything from upcoming projects like Showtime’s Kavalier & Clay series to his work on Star Trek, one of the main topics delved into was Goldsman’s work on the ’90s Batman movies Batman Forever […]

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Jordan Peele’s ‘Twilight Zone’ Season 2 To Feature Episodes Directed By Ana Lily Amirpour, Osgood Perkins & More

Though it might not have been the earth-shattering series that CBS All Access hoped for (the platform is apparently keeping the lights on thanks to its various ‘Star Trek‘ series), Jordan Peele’s reboot of “The Twilight Zone” was a pretty good hit for the streaming service, as well as a fairly critically-acclaimed new series. The […]

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Pierce Brosnan Says Quentin Tarantino Drunkenly Pitched A James Bond Film To Him While Drinking Martinis

Over the course of his filmmaking career, Quentin Tarantino has only really worked with original films based on his own writing. But he has yet to do a franchise film. Sure, he’s teased the possibility of “Star Trek,” but that doesn’t seem likely. However, it’s obvious that Tarantino is a huge film buff and loves […]

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Quentin Tarantino Wanted to Make ‘Luke Cage’ With Laurence Fishburne, but Friends Talked Him Out of It

The list of unmade Quentin Tarantino projects is a fascinating rabbit hole to explore, as the Academy Award-winning director appears to have a bottomless well of ideas from every genre imaginable. From his R-rated and possibly still-developing take on “Star Trek” to “Kill Bill Volume Three” and even a James Bond movie, Tarantino’s got enthusiasm […]

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Collider Connected: Michael Giacchino on ‘Monster Challenge’, ‘The Batman’, and Much More

In these uncertain times, it’s more important than ever to stay safely connected—with friends, with family, and with those we admire. Enter: Collider Connected. This new live interview series on Collider broadcasts in-depth discussions with filmmakers, writers, actors, and many more live on our YouTube channel, and our first guest was none other than Michael […]

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