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Whether we wear a lab coat or haven't seen a test tube since grade school, science is shaping all of our lives. And that means we all have science stories to tell. Every year, we host dozens of live shows all over the country, featuring all kinds of storytellers - researchers, doctors, and engineers of course, but also patients, poets, comedians, cops, and more. Some of our stories are heartbreaking, others are hilarious, but they're all true and all very personal. Welcome to The Story Collider!
 
Part news show, part panel discussion and part blue-sky brainstorming, the Large Nerdron Collider is a podcast that embraces the geekiest of geeky tendencies. Whether it’s a deep discussion over which superhero needs their own standalone film (come on, Squirrel Girl!) or a look at how the changing power dynamics within geek culture are shaping entertainment, the Large Nerdron Collider is here to dive in. Plus, each episode will have a stream-of-consciousness mashup where two or more geeky pr ...
 
Collider Ladies Night puts the spotlight on the need-to-know female voices in Hollywood through an entertaining, in-depth conversation. Who’s on the rise? Who’s changing the industry for the better? Collider.com senior producer Perri Nemiroff sits down with these standout forces to cover their journey from early influences, current projects, and beyond.
 
From Batman to Wolverine to the Avengers and everything in between, a panel of comic book experts discuss the latest news in the world of superheroes. They debate all the movies coming to theaters, the shows on TV, all the comic-books heading to a store near you and answer the fans Twitter questions with a fresh and honest take on it all.
 
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On this week's episode of The Witching Hour, Haleigh and Perri discuss the latest round of release date shuffles and first look images for Spiral, Last Night in Soho, and Ghostbusters: Afterlife. Plus, the future of the Jurassic World franchise, Camp Cretaceous Season 2, and Witching Hour is headed to Reel Love Film Festival!…
 
As much as I enjoy discussing current success on Collider Ladies Night - especially when it’s a standout new series like WandaVision - I find that one of the most exciting components of the conversation is the part that focuses on someone’s experience breaking into the industry and the earliest stages of honing their craft, because every path is di…
 
The starkness and suddenness of the pandemic has forced many of us to stop and reconsider our lifestyles. In this episode, our storytellers will share tales of how their priorities and values have come into focus since lockdown began. Our first story is from award-winning standup comedian and Story Collider senior producer Gastor Almonte. In his st…
 
This week on episode 68 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider weighs in on Willy Wonka rumors, Ethan Hawke's casting in Marvel's Moon Knight, and Netflix's decision to bring back Aziz Ansari's acclaimed comedy Master of None. Elsewhere, Jeff reviews the school shooting movie Run Hide Fight as well as the indie thriller Do…
 
Adaptations are rarely 100% accurate to their source material, but where is the line between adaptation and a completely new story with the same old name? Jonathan and Ariel discuss when a story isn't the story it says it is.Then we adapt two very unlikely stories of our own. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-adver…
 
Warning: This podcast contains strong language and adult content Aliens, bins on fire and memory foam arse prints! It can only be the Polyhedron Collider best game of 2020 podcast! We look back at the last 12 months and pick our favourite games we've played this year as well as some other dubious awards and of course our game of the year. 00:08:40 …
 
I’m especially excited about this new edition of Collider Ladies Night for a number of reasons. First off, I’m obsessed with the new Amazon series The Wilds. It debuted on Prime Video in early December and follows a group of young woman stranded on a deserted island. Not only is there a fascinating mystery at play, but the show also features a down…
 
This week on The Collider Podcast, we're joined by TV Editor Liz Shannon Miller to talk about WandaVision. During our discussion, we talk about how the show upends expectations of the MCU, why it's such a great homage to classic sitcoms, different kinds of sitcoms it could references throughout its run, a brief history of Marvel shows before WandaV…
 
In Part 2 of this episode, we have THREE more stories about how our storytellers are finding community during the pandemic. Don't forget, you can find transcripts and photos from all of our stories on our website. Our first story is from Adam Wade, author of the bestselling Audible Original You Ought to Know Adam Wade. In his story, Adam prepares t…
 
On this week’s episode of The Witching Hour, Haleigh and Perri share some non-spoiler thoughts on WandaVision and then jump into a full spoiler-heavy breakdown of the first two episodes of the new Disney Plus Marvel show. Find out what they think is happening to Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany) in this video!…
 
Right now, while we can’t safely gather together, it can be difficult to feel part of a community. When most of our interactions are through a computer screen, it’s tough to support and inspire each other, celebrate special occasions, and discover new experiences together. But our stories in this episode will explore the ways in which our storytell…
 
This week on episode 67 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider weighs in on Chris Evans' way-too-soon return to the MCU, the atrocious casting of Nicole Kidman as Lucille Ball, and Armie Hammer's kink scandal. Elsewhere, Jeff talks about Hollywood's folly in resuming production, WarnerMedia's expensive mistake, Amazon's $2…
 
Video game stories keep getting longer and more involved. Is there a point when a video game has too much content, too many quests, and to vast a world? The sidequest burnout is real. Then we create a glitch in The Mushroom Kingdom. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers…
 
This week on The Collider Podcast, we're talking about movies we're excited to see in 2021. We talk about how the release schedule is still largely in flux, what the theatrical experience could look like this year, how distribution could change, why we want to see movies in theaters again, what festivals could be like, what delays could be on the h…
 
In Part 2 of “Home,” we’ll share two more stories about how storytellers are adapting their home lives during social distancing. Our first story is from Chicago-based storyteller and Story Collider producer Lily Be. In her story, Lily Be decides she needs company during the pandemic -- in the form of a bearded dragon. In our second story, Tazmin Ud…
 
This week on episode 66 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider delves into Ray Fisher's latest Twitter controversy as well as the Run Hide Fight distribution saga before offering up his Oscar picks from movies like Sound of Metal and Nomadland. Elsewhere, Jeff talks about the MCU scribe who Kevin Feige tapped to write the …
 
Over the past few months, our homes have become workplaces, schools, and the backdrop for the majority of our lives. In this episode, our storytellers consider how to adjust to being stuck at home. Our first story is from psychologist (and Story Collider board member!) Ali Mattu. Cooped up with his young outdoor-kid daughter, indoor-kid Ali decides…
 
It's the new year, when we think back fondly on our favorite things and anticipate upcoming geekery. We chat about how we are starting off the new year, talk about future news and futuristic jobs, and discuss how our favorite things don't always hold up to the test of time aka the Goonies Effect. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.ihe…
 
This week on The Collider Podcast, we're joined by The Kingcast co-host Scott Wampler to talk about the scores of Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross. Wampler is a die-hard Nine Inch Nails fan, so he walks us through the rise of that band, what they've meant to music, Reznor's move into scoring films with Ross, why some of their scores succeed while others…
 
Happy New Year! This week on episode 65 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider offers up his year in review, from the Top 10 Movies of 2020 to the Top 25 TV Shows. Additionally, he lists his 10 Worst Movies of 2020, starting with the head-scratching comic book movie The New Mutants. Jeff also runs down his most anticipated…
 
We've got a lot to cover on this edition of Collider Ladies Night with Christine Baranski! The multi award-winning performer takes us from her earliest inspirations and time at Juilliard to making the decision to jump into television for Cybill and the racking up loads of film credits like How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Addams Family Values, Mamma…
 
There are a ton of properties coming out that are trading on our nostalgia for decades past. And with 2020 being the way it was, who could blame us for loving them? Jonathan and Ariel explore when nostalgia works and when it's a crutch. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers…
 
This week on the second of two new The Collider Podcast episodes, we're running down our Top 10 films 0f 2020. It should be noted that these lists are still subject to change (we recorded this on Monday, December 28th, and our lists don't publish until the 30th and 31st), but also that defining a "2020 movie" was particularly difficult this year as…
 
I became a big Rachel House fan courtesy of some of her most well-known titles - Thor Ragnarok, Hunt for the Wilderpeople, Moana and then some. But the real treat of having House on this edition of Collider Ladies Night was getting the opportunity to focus on her multitude of achievements that might not be in the limelight as much as they deserve -…
 
This week on the first of two new The Collider Podcast episodes, we're joined by editor Drew Taylor to talk about Soul and Wonder Woman 1984. We kick things off with a discussion of Soul, director Pete Docter's incredible track record, how it differs from other Pixar movies, the controversy surrounding the voice actors, how the movie breaks away fr…
 
We’re taking a break from our Stories of COVID-19 series until Jan. 8. But in the meantime, we have a fan-favorite story from one of our online live shows to share with you! Today’s story is from Sam Long, a high school science teacher in Colorado and the co-founder of GenderInclusiveBiology.com and the Colorado Transgender/Nonbinary Educators Netw…
 
If you haven’t already, now’s the time to get to know Ariana DeBose. Admittedly, I had a good deal to learn about all of her Broadway accomplishments on this edition of Collider Ladies Night because my mind is in the movie and TV bubble 24/7. Not only was it a thrill to dig into DeBose’s step-by-step journey to scoring a Tony nomination simply beca…
 
On this year-end edition of The Witching Hour, Haleigh and Perri give out some Witching Hour Awards. (Or Wh-oscars. Yes, we’re making that a thing.) Find out what they named the scariest movie, the best performances, the best directors of 2020 and so much more. Did movies like Invisible Man, His House, Host and The Hunt make the cut? Find out which…
 
I’m truly utterly delighted by every single episode of Collider Ladies Night that I’m lucky enough to do, but Alison Brie has to get some sort of bonus points for the downright adorable cat cameos and ranking the Scream movies with me. And to think, that only covered a small fraction of our chat! Brie’s accomplished quite a bit since making her TV …
 
You won’t have to get too far into this new installment of Collider Ladies Night to learn that Sarah Paulson is one of my absolute favorite individuals in the industry. I’m a diehard American Horror Story fan and marvel at her on-screen work across the board, but over the years, I’ve also come to deeply appreciate how her passion, honesty and atten…
 
Happy Holidays! This week on episode 64 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider reviews Wonder Woman 1984 and weighs in on a shocking murder plot involving one of Netflix's Chinese executives, as well as the antiquated HFPA ruling to bar Minari from competing for Best Picture at the Golden Globes. Elsewhere, Jeff talks abou…
 
This week on the second of two new The Collider Podcast episodes this week, we're joined by TV editor Liz Shannon Miller to talk about the best TV of 2020. We discuss our favorite new shows, ongoing hits that continued to deliver, gems that deserve a bigger audience, the most exasperating docuseries of the year, and much more. We then finish up wit…
 
From the early audition that proved to Kate Mara's mother that she had what it takes to become an actor to scoring a role in Brokeback Mountain, working with Ridley Scott on The Martian and then some, we’re covering as much of it as possible on Collider Ladies Night in honor of Mara’s latest release, A Teacher. Mara leads the FX series as Claire Wi…
 
Wading through the newest holiday movies, debating whether some old favorites have wrongfully earned the title Christmas Movie, and seeing if putting a christmas movie and non-Christmas movie together makes it more holiday than not. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers…
 
Breaking Bad alone shows off Betsy Brandt’s significant range. Marie Schrader added loads of much needed comic relief, but also afforded Brandt the opportunity to excel during some of the show’s darker beats, even making the most of a single reaction shot in the Emmy winning episode, “Ozymandias.” Want even more proof that Brandt can do just about …
 
Marsha Stephanie Blake has accomplished quite a bit over the years. She’s got a significant number of stage productions to her name, she’s worked with an incredible line-up of directors including Ava DuVernay and Steven Soderbergh, and she also scored an Emmy nomination for her performance in Now They See Us. Even with all of those accomplishments …
 
When you look at what Victoria Pedretti managed to accomplish in just three years, hopes for what she’ll achieve in the years to come are through the roof. Pedretti burst onto the scene in a big way with the release of The Haunting of Hill House back in 2018. After that, she joined another red hot Netflix series, playing Love on Season 2 of You. On…
 
This week on the first of two new The Collider Podcast episodes, we're talking about Christopher Nolan's Tenet. Now that the film is on 4K and digital, we have spoiler-filled discussion about the movie's various shortcomings, why it feels like a conflict between concept and execution, the lack of compelling themes and characters, how the movie comp…
 
In Part 2 of this episode, we’ll share two more stories about the impact of COVID-19 across generations. Our first story is from two storytellers — science communicator Ian Haydon and his mother, retired writer and editor Judy Stokes. Their story begins when Ian calls his mother in March and reveals that he will be participating in a Phase 1 COVID-…
 
This week on the second of two new The Collider Podcast episodes, we're joined by TV editor Liz Shannon Miller for a spoiler-filled discussion of The Mandalorian Season 2. We discuss how we felt about the series coming off its first season, how the show's identity solidified in its second season, where the show fits into the larger Star Wars univer…
 
Each generation is experiencing the pandemic differently. For some, the trauma of the 1918 pandemic still echoes. Others worry about how to balance their own health and responsibilities with concerns about the health of their parents or children. In this episode, we’ll share stories about the impact of COVID-19 across generations. Our first story i…
 
This week on episode 63 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider recaps a whirlwind Disney Investor Day that saw multiple Star Wars and Marvel shows and movies announced along with the director of a new Fantastic Four movie. Elsewhere, Jeff weighs in on Tom Cruise's COVID-19 rant on the set of Mission: Impossible 7, Chris Pi…
 
The pandemic threw a monkey wrench into movie studio plans. We look at which movies have been delayed, which one is coming out earlier than expected, and how streaming is causing an existential crisis for movie theaters. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisersPor iHeartRadio
 
We talk about the massive amount of content promised in the recent Disney Investors meeting, ponder on if there is such a thing as too much Star Wars and explore the multitude of possibilities the next phase of the MCU brings with it. Then we finish it out with a little holiday cheer! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podc…
 
This week on the first of two new The Collider Podcast episodes, we're talking about The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogies. Both trilogies arrived on 4K Ultra Blu-ray at the beginning of this month, so we figured now would be a good time to revisit the franchise. We discuss why Lord of the Rings works so well, how it made necessary changes…
 
In Part 2 of Connections, we share two more stories about finding new ways to connect during the pandemic. Our first story is from psychologist Shreya Varma, who is based in New Delhi, India. In her story, Shreya struggles to connect with her patients in the same way when she's treating them over web video. Our second story is from storyteller and …
 
Warning: This podcast contains strong language and adult content Scraping the barrel of what's been played, the boys from the PHC piece together a fresh episode from the ashes of 2020. While talking about the rumoured new Arkham Horror game, we reminisce about the great Battlestar Galactica. Andy and Steve then talk about a recent play of Star Wars…
 
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