About Abby Cavenaugh
Abby Cavenaugh is a Features Editor/Writer for Collider and lives in coastal North Carolina. She has served as an editor for several newspapers, and has more than 25 years of experience in journalism and communications. Collider is her first foray into the entertainment world, but she has a lifelong love of movies and TV. She's a fangirl of many fandoms, with some of her favorites including Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, Shadow and Bone, The Sandman, and many more. She's also a rom-com lover, counting Sleepless in Seattle and When Harry Met Sally... among her all-time favorite movies.
Matthew Perry's Chandler Bing gave us some of the best Friends moments over the show's 10 seasons.
Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish take us to the land of Hobbits and Mãori for Season 2.
With a trip to Paris and a prom, Season 2 is all that you could hope for.
The 'To All the Boys I've Loved Before' sequel series has none of the inherent charms of the original movies.
Marisa Tomei and Robert Downey Jr. shine in this often overlooked rom-com.
The new Prime Video series is at its best when the action is nonstop.
Astin also discusses his Hobbit text thread and what it was like seeing friends Ke Huy Quan & Brendan Fraser earn their Oscars.
The return to the Grishaverse isn't all that we hoped for.
Cassel and Green turn in superb performances in the Apple TV+ spy thriller series that may not be remembered years from now.
Máiréad Tyers, Sofia Oxenham, Bilal Hasna, and Luke Rollason also reveal their favorite episodes to shoot.
What makes someone extraordinary if everyone has a superpower?
Come for Gary Oldman's cantankerous special agent, stay for the bold take on the genre.
Bring on Wesper, the sea whip, the Ice Court Heist — and, of course, more Darkling.
Gary Oldman, Jack Lowden, and cast return as the disgraced MI5 agents of Slough House.
It's not Thanksgiving without this timeless '80s comedy.
'Welcome to Chippendales' Charts the Meteoric Rise and Catastrophic Fall of a Business Empire | Review
'Welcome to Chippendales' premieres November 22 on Hulu.
"I don't believe people are purely good or evil. People are complicated."
The latest volume of cold case murders, disappearances, UFOs and ghost stories harkens back to the series' heyday.
This season begs the question: what are the consequences for our actions?
Sure, twins trading lives makes for thrilling drama, but how realistic is it, really?