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, 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.
Writer/EP David Zabel also talks about how Norman Reedus influenced the series, and what to expect from Season 2, 'The Book of Carol.'
Yvett Merino and Brad Simonsen also reveal the Chip and Dale moment that had to get cut.
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Dan Abraham and Trent Correy also talk about why Chernabog needed to be included, and that Donald Duck elevator moment.
Showrunner Lee Eisenberg and director Sarah Adina Smith also talk about their unexpected storytelling choices throughout the series.
Michele Fazekas also talks about the hidden puppet-making skill the head of the makeup department had and how it came in handy for 'The Boys' spinoff.
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They also talk about what it was like to live in a household where artistic expression and constructive criticism coexist.
Learn all about how the ending of Sheila Rubin's story came about in the final season from show creator Annie Weisman.
Executive Producer Eric Kripke also talks about what they're able to do with 'Gen V' that they can't do with 'The Boys.'
He also talks about how the refreshing three-part story structure is like "orange juice from concentrate."
The Spice Girl also talks about her love of the songwriting process and why she wanted to include original songs to enhance this new world.
Stunt coordinator Larnell Stovall also talks about one of the toughest fight scenes to pull off.
He also talks about what happened to his 'History of Horror' series and podcast.
Documentary filmmaker Erin Lee Carr also talks about the attraction of celebrity culture and how substance abuse can distance you from your values.
Romain Levi talks about why Codron will probably never end up best friends with Daryl Dixon, while Lukerya Ilyashenko had to learn to sing in French.
He also talks about what makes this so much more than a survival film.
Producers Peter Del Vecho and Juan Pablo Reyes Lancaster Jones also talk about working with Alan Tudyk to find the voice for Valentino the Goat.
Walt Disney Animation Studios' Chief Creative Officer also talks about whether an animated 'Tron' or 'Star Wars' movie could ever happen.
Co-directors Chris Buck and Fawn Veerasunthorn also talk about how Star is one of those great characters that audiences will really embrace.
Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah also talk about their hope to put together a documentary about the making of their unreleased 'Batgirl' movie.
He also talks about shooting on the streets of Dublin and the film's anti-ending.