Senior News Writer
Contributing since October, 2022
About Chris McPherson
Chris is a Senior News Writer for Collider. He can be found in an IMAX screen, with his eyes watering and his ears bleeding for his own pleasure. He joined the news team in 2022 and accidentally fell upwards into a senior position despite his best efforts.
For reasons unknown, he enjoys analyzing box office receipts, giant sharks, and has become known as the go-to man for all things Bosch, Mission: Impossible and Christopher Nolan in Collider's news division.
He is proficient in sarcasm, wit, Photoshop and working unfeasibly long hours. Amongst his passions sit the likes of the history of the Walt Disney Company, the construction of theme parks, steam trains and binge-watching Gilmore Girls with a coffee that is just hot enough to scald him.
His obsession with the Apple TV+ series Silo is the subject of mockery within the Senior News channel, while he is concurrently engaged in a brutal blood feud with Diego Peralta. Only one will be left standing tall.
Julian Fellowes' period drama stars Carrie Coon, Christine Baranski and more.
The latest episode hits Prime Video on December 22.
The stars of are keen to get into the Squared Circle for real.
People can't wait to meet The Big Guy.
Daniel Brühl has some experience with the superhero genre, which he was able to take with him to Max's 'The Franchise.'
The actor's partnership with Disney and Marvel has been terminated due to his legal issues.
Green stars alongside Vincent Cassel, Romain Duris, François Civil, and Pio Marmaï in the second part of Alexandre Dumas' classic story.
The follow-up to the 1996 classic is more of a loose relation than a full-blooded sequel.
The King of the Monsters is here to cause more carnage.
Norman Reedus, Mads Mikkelsen, and Léa Seydoux starred in the 2019 video game.
The movie hits Netflix in 2024.
"They didn't make it easy."
The film also stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Taylour Paige.
Chalamet stars alongside Zendaya in the epic tale coming to theaters next spring.
The limited series from Peacock also stars Alison Brie and Jake Lacy.
The teaser trailer was launched after the world premiere of Gatwa's official debut as the Doctor in London.
We'll be spending a long time on Arrakis.
James Cameron's overlooked masterpiece launches in 4K UHD tomorrow.