Infinity War reactions from James Gunn, Andrew Garfield heads to Silver Lake, and Steven Spielberg says Netflix movies shouldn't win Oscars. On this episode of Collider Movie Talk (Friday, March 22nd, 2018) Perri Nemiroff, Rachel Cushing, Sinead DeVries, and Haleigh Foutch discuss the following:
1) James Gunn Has Seen ‘Avengers: Infinity War;’ Chris Evans Expected to Leave MCU After Avengers 4
2) ‘Under the Silver Lake’ Trailer: Andrew Garfield Leads ‘It Follows’ Director’s Neo-Noir Thriller
3) Margot Robbie Is Mad as a Hatter in the First ‘Terminal’ Teaser Trailer
4) Steven Spielberg: Netflix Movies and Streaming Services ‘Deserve an Emmy, but Not an Oscar’
5) Live Twitter Questions
The first reaction to Avengers: Infinity War have arrived and it comes from a trusted source: James Gunn. The Guardians of the Galaxy filmmaker took to twitter to share his thoughts on a screening saying: Avengers Infinity War is INCREDIBLE. Wow!!!! And that’s all I’ll say for the time being. #Avengers #AvengersInfinityWar #InfinityWar. He followed a day later saying: I honestly can’t get #AvengersInfinityWar out of my head. In related Infinity War news, a New York Times article has an interview with Chris Evans which says the actor “has no plans to return to the franchise after Avengers 4.
A24 has released the first trailer for the neo-noir thriller Under the Silver Lake, the highly anticipated follow-up film from It Follows writer/director David Robert Mitchell. The new film stars Andrew Garfield as a disenchanted man who discovers a mysterious woman played by Riley Keough, only for her to completely vanish from his life.
The first teaser has been release for the stylish noir-thriller, Terminal, starring Margot Robbie. The film follows a twisting tale of two assassins (played by Dexter Fletcher and Max Irons) on a dangerous mission for a mysterious employer.
In an interview with ITV News, Steven Spielberg spoke up about the streaming craze and Netflix, sharing his feelings about whether or not a movie that streams on the platform should be considered for the Oscars.
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