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For those of you who are “in the know” please be patient as we inform the rest of the populous. Film no longer has limits. Its boundaries have been permanently removed through creative cinematic wizardry, complex camera angles, and today’s evolving innovations.


This, however, does not mean the art and skill of film making has been replaced. It is the exact opposite. Passion and competition have raised the creative bar to new heights in order to breathe life into the ever increasing power of technology. There has been a paradigm shift. Despite popular belief, Hollywood is not dead. So get excited because the New Hollywood has a fresh face and a Cool Attitude!


2020 Movie Release Dates Calendar

The Collider Staff 12/02/2019 


2020 will be here soon, and there are already plenty of exciting movies on tap for next year. To help you keep up to date with all the new releases, we’ve put together this release calendar that we’ll be constantly updating as studios announce new titles, shift movies around, and try to stake their claim on various weekends. Hopefully, you’ll find this to be a helpful tool not just for planning, but also to see what movies are competing on the same weekend and when a big title is coming your way.

Check out our 2020 release calendar below and sound off in the comments about the movies you’re most excited to see.


The 25th Bond film: 'No Time to Die'

Richard Newby 12/04/2019 


Daniel Craig's fifth outing in the franchise looks to tie the mythology together for a grand finale.


“We all have our secrets,” James Bond says in the first trailer for No Time to Die, and by the looks of things they’re all about to come crashing down around him. The 25th Bond film, directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, marks Daniel Craig’s final outing as the iconic M16 secret agent. If the trailer is any indication, 007 will be going out in style, with new gadgets, new allies, new adversaries and the welcome return of some familiar faces. No Time to Die is truly shaping up to be the culmination of all the story threads introduced over the course of Craig’s previous four Bond films: Casino Royale (2006), Quantum of Solace (2008), Skyfall (2012) and Spectre (2015). While it’s a given that Bond will continue on, with rumors circulating for years about who will replace Craig, will the arc of these five pics give this iteration of Bond a sense of closure?


Summer 2020 Release of 'Ghostbusters: Afterlife'

Matthew Johnson 12/05/2019


In the summer of 2020, 36 years after the original and four years after the divisive reboot, we're getting a new film in the Ghostbusters franchise. The film was announced in early 2019, to everyone's surprise, and was revealed to be a family affair all around. Jason Reitman, son of original Ghostbusters director Ivan Reitman, will helm the new project, which will be a direct sequel to Ghostbusters and Ghostbusters II and will feature a mother and two children at the heart of the story.

We still know very little about what's in store for this new Ghostbusters, but the creative pedigree of the project, the cast that's been announced so far, and some intriguing early imagery has proven enough to get us very excited about what's next. So let's dig into the upcoming fourth live-action installment in the Ghostbusters franchise and take a look at what's in store. One thing is clear: there's something strange in the neighborhood.

Justice League: Zack Snyder Intended To Kill Batman in Final Film

John Atkinson 12/05/2019

Zack Snyder looks beyond the Snyder Cut and sheds light on the once planned Justice League trilogy - confirming that it culminated in Batman's death.

Zack Snyder has revealed that his originally planned Justice League trilogy would have culminated in the sacrificial death of Batman. After helming 2013's Man of Steel and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Snyder returned to the director's chair for Justice League. Conceived as part of a five-movie DCEU plan, Snyder's Justice League would have merely been the first part of three films. The saga would not only have spanned time and become ever more cosmic in scope but would have featured Darkseid much more prominently. Unfortunately, those plans were scrapped when Snyder was forced to step away. In his stead, Joss Whedon completely reworked the story - with up to 80 script pages of reshoots that included making Steppenwolf the sole antagonist.

In the wake of Justice League's poor reception by fans and at the box office, the Snyder Cut movement was born. Despite two years having passed, the campaign to see Snyder's original vision released has continued to rage. Though Superman actor Henry Cavill continued to have doubts, Snyder proved definitively that his Justice League cut exists via social media. The anniversary of Justice League's November release date only served to escalate those efforts further. The associated hashtag trended worldwide for an entire weekend. Numerous images were released by Snyder himself, teasing a vastly different and potentially more emotional story. Even Justice League stars Gal Gadot and Ben Affleck, who starred as Wonder Woman and Batman, respectively, pledged their voices to the Snyder Cut cause.