About Christina Radish
Christina Radish is the Senior Entertainment Reporter at Collider. Having worked at Collider for over a decade (since 2009), her primary focus is on film and television interviews with talent both in front of and behind the camera. She is a theme park fanatic, which has lead to covering various land and ride openings at the Disneyland Resort and Universal Studios Hollywood, a lover of all things The Muppets and Fraggle Rock, and a huge music fan, for which she judges life by the time before Pearl Jam and the time after.
She is also a member of the Critics Choice Association and the Television Critics Association.
He also talks about how a love of noir led him to play Sam Spade in the upcoming AMC series 'Monsieur Spade.'
A public service announcement shot during the COVID pandemic for Peacock first reunited the 'Monk' cast, eventually leading to this movie.
He also talks about the projects he never got off the ground, the previous shows he'd love to do another season of, and reuniting with Charlie Sheen.
Co-Creator Jeff Astrof also talks about balancing scares and laughs, and his initial idea for who could play Pat before Courteney Cox was cast.
The writer/director also digs into how he approached 'Fargo: Year 5' and how 'The Nightmare Before Christmas' influenced the season.
'Beacon 23' is a science fiction series centered around a remote lighthouse in space that serves as a beacon for passing ships.
The filmmaker also digs into his process for re-editing and reshaping 'Australia' into the film in chapters known as 'Faraway Downs.'
Plus, Meester’s 'EXmas' co-star Robbie Amell talks about their intrusive kissing scene & whether the couple has a chance of staying together.
Directors Chris Buck & Fawn Veerasunthorn and Producers Peter Del Vecho & Juan Pablo Reyes Lancaster Jones also talk about the original songs.
She also talks about how fans of 'Bad Sisters' will be really happy with the continued journey of the Garvey girls in Season 2.
Walt Disney Animation Studios' Chief Creative Officer also talks about how mirrors play a role in the story.
She also talks about crafting the line-up of songs for her holiday special 'Home for Christmas,' which features her 'Ted Lasso' co-stars.
The Academy Award winner also talks about why she felt it was necessary to sign on as an executive producer.
He also talks about how his character Magnifico is a lesson in Narcissim 101.
She also talks about how the quirky Asha is a direct reflection of her own personality.
Reeves and British racer Jenson Button also talk about whether actors would make great race car drivers and vice versa.
Corrin talks about the remarkable environment series co-creator Brit Marling created and why it was unlike anything they've experienced on set.
Sonja Warfield also talks about Bertha Russell's fight for power and all the unexpected obstacles in her way.
Tom Holland also talked about having to build sets to accommodate the dozen puppeteers needed to turn the Good Guy doll into the murderous Chucky.
David Kirschner also talks about Chucky has become a horror icon in the 35 years since the release of the first film, with a wide variety of merch.