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Collider is the top source for entertainment news, movie reviews, and industry analysis. Subscribe now for our film podcast hosted by senior editor Matt Goldberg and deputy editor Adam Chitwood, our animation editor Dave Trumbore's deep dive into the world of animated movies and television shows, and senior film reporter Jeff Sneider's look into the business of Hollywood. For all the latest in entertainment, be sure to visit us at Collider.com.

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    • 4.7, 66 Ratings

Collider is the top source for entertainment news, movie reviews, and industry analysis. Subscribe now for our film podcast hosted by senior editor Matt Goldberg and deputy editor Adam Chitwood, our animation editor Dave Trumbore's deep dive into the world of animated movies and television shows, and senior film reporter Jeff Sneider's look into the business of Hollywood. For all the latest in entertainment, be sure to visit us at Collider.com.

    Rob Paulsen on the Animaniacs Reboot and Surviving Cancer

    Rob Paulsen on the Animaniacs Reboot and Surviving Cancer

    There's a good chance you'll know Rob Paulsen's voice when you hear it. Be it Raphael in the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series or Donatello in the 2012 version, the iconic Warner Bros. mascot Yakko Warner from Animaniacs or the hit character Pinky from the super successful spin-off series Pinky and the Brain, Carl Wheezer from Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, or one of any of his nearly 1,300 roles, Paulsen has been honing his voice-acting craft for 40 years and continues to go strong today. His iconic characters from Animaniacs are due for another go-round this fall with Steven Spielberg's reboot of the series on Hulu, but Paulsen has plenty of other reasons to celebrate.

    I had a chance to chat with Paulsen as part of our ongoing Saturday Mourning Cartoons interview series. We talked about the upcoming new series and what it was like to reunite with the returning cast and crew, along with newcomers to the title, plus the musical roadshow Animaniacs in Concert. We also chatted about his battle with throat cancer and his position as the 2020 spokesperson for the Head and Neck Cancer Alliance's Oral Head and Neck Cancer Awareness Program. All of those stories and more are also available to read at your leisure in Paulsen's recently published memoir, "Voice Lessons: How a Couple of Ninja Turtles, Pinky, and an Animaniac Saved My Life." Be sure to check out those links for more on the advocacy program and Paulsen's publication, and follow along with Paulsen himself on Twitter, Instagram, and at his podcast, Talkin' Toons.

    • 1 hr 4 min
    The Sneider Cut Ep. 34: The Snyder Cut Rises, New Tenet Trailer, Possible Oscars Delay

    The Sneider Cut Ep. 34: The Snyder Cut Rises, New Tenet Trailer, Possible Oscars Delay

    Each week on THE SNEIDER CUT, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider pulls back the curtain on the business of Hollywood. For his 34th episode, he weighs in on The Snyder Cut, which will debut on HBO Max in 2021 now that Warner Bros. has decided to give Zack Snyder tens of millions of dollars to finish his vision for Justice League, placating thousands of DC fans in the process.
    Jeff also discusses Sony's Marvel moves this week with Madame Web and Jackpot movies reportedly moving forward, as well as a pair of new projects from producer Michael Bay, and Mike De Luca's aggressive revamp of MGM, which hopped into business with Lord and Miller this week along with director David Robert Mitchell and producer Christine Vachon.
    Finally, Jeff talks about Adam Sandler's latest Netflix movie, Variety's report that the Academy is considering delaying the Oscars, John Krasinski's sellout move regarding Some Good News, and the new trailer for Christopher Nolan's Tenet, which is still slated for July 17. You can follow Jeff on Twitter, Instagram and Cameo at @TheInSneider.

    • 1 hr 9 min
    The Collider.com Podcast, Ep. 260 - ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ Revisited

    The Collider.com Podcast, Ep. 260 - ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ Revisited

    This week on The Collider.com Podcast, we’re joined by Senior Editor Vinnie Mancuso to talk about Solo: A Star Wars Story. We discuss how the film has improved on repeat viewings, why it would have been better as an independent sci-fi fantasy story rather than part of the Star Wars universe, why the film is frustrating, where it succeeds, trying to parse out the different visions between Lord & Miller and Ron Howard, and more. We then finish up with Recently Watched.

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    'She-Ra' Season 5 Spoilers Discussion with Noelle Stevenson

    'She-Ra' Season 5 Spoilers Discussion with Noelle Stevenson

    If you haven't caught up with the latest (and final) season of She-Ra and the Princesses of Power on Netflix, you might want to do so before listening to our latest chat with showrunner Noelle Stevenson. We recently brought you a Season 5 interview with Stevenson to tease the adventures of Adora & co. in this final batch of episodes, along with high praise for star Keston John as the many voices of The Horde. But now, in our continuing series of interviews through our animation-focused podcast Saturday Mourning Cartoons, we chat with Stevenson one last time to break down spoilers from the excellent and emotionally satisfying Season 5.


    In this all-too-brief conversation, Stevenson talked about the very special tattoo that she and members of the crew got as a memento of their time on the show and what it means within the lore of She-Ra. We also discussed the many complicated relationships between the characters, be they parent-child dynamics, teacher-student pairings, or romantic entanglements. There's a lot of emotional payoff at the end of She-Ra, something that all five seasons have been building towards, but the crowning achievement of all of this strife and drama is the final resolution for CatrAdora, which plays out beautifully in the finale. Stevenson addresses all of that and more, so we invite you to listen and read along!

    • 12 min
    'She-Ra' Showrunner Noelle Stevenson on Season 5, Adora, and The Horde

    'She-Ra' Showrunner Noelle Stevenson on Season 5, Adora, and The Horde

    With the fifth and final season of 'She-Ra and the Princesses of Power' now on Netflix, we had a chance to chat with showrunner Noelle Stevenson about the all-new adventures streaming today. Stevenson talked about the show's production process and whether or not it was affected at all by the ongoing global pandemic. Regarding the show itself, we talked about Adora's arc this season and in the series overall. Stevenson teased the ultimate resolution of Adora's story, the epic conclusion of the series, and praised the fantastic voice performances of Keston John as the many faces of The Horde.

    Listen in, and stay tuned for Part 2 of our talk once you've had a chance to check out Season 5!

    • 16 min
    The Sneider Cut Episode 33: Netflix's Busy Week, Tenet Watch, Capone Review, Scarface Remake

    The Sneider Cut Episode 33: Netflix's Busy Week, Tenet Watch, Capone Review, Scarface Remake

    Each week on THE SNEIDER CUT, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider pulls back the curtain on the business of Hollywood. For his 33rd episode, he weighs in on Netflix's busy week, which saw the streamer acquire the Dwayne Johnson-Emily Blunt movie Ball and Chain, the Mark Wahlberg spy movie Our Man from Jersey, Eric Andre's hidden-camera comedy Bad Trip, and a pair of rom-coms starring Reese Witherspoon.
    Jeff also discusses Sofia Coppola's new Apple series The Custom of the Country and a pair of new Cate Blanchett projects, as well as Sofia Josh Trank's Capone starring Tom Hardy, and David Spade's new Netflix comedy The Wrong Missy. Jeff also introduces a new segment titled Tenet Watch, and talks about the latest release date for The New Mutants.
    Finally, Jeff talks about World of Reel's Best Films of the '90s critics poll, THR's latest set of Emmy predictions, and Phil Lord's controversial tweet before paying tribute to Seinfeld star Jerry Stiller, who passed away this week. Jeff also takes mailbag questions submitted on Twitter, which he'll try to do each week, so keep sending them! You can follow Jeff on Twitter, Instagram and Cameo at @TheInSneider.

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Customer Reviews

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Pod Request

Hi Matt and Adam,
Since new movies are on hold for now, may I suggest a classic movie to review: A League of Their Own or maybe Tom Hanks’ 90s classics? I know it’s not on Netflix right now, but thought it would be a fun rewatch.
Anyways, just a suggestion. Take care!
Tony

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Quibi

Quibi sounds like KindaTV the YouTube channel. It’s the channel that made Carmella (which is actually really really good).

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Sneider Cut Review

What began as insight into the business of film reporting is now Jeff airing his personal frustrations about specific films. If you align with his film opinions, you’ll love this. Not for me.

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