Tuesday, July 31, 2007

The Spectacular Spider-Man Animated TV Show Trailer

Here's the new animated Spider-Man TV show's (The Spectacular Spider-Man) trailer from Comic-Con. Hope you enjoy, by the looks of it it's probably going to be a much better and cooler Spider-Man TV show ever.



Special thanks to Spider-Man Hype! and E.N.I. for the heads up and for the video.

Monday, July 30, 2007

Spider-Man 4 Looking for a New Writer



Source: Empire


July 30, 2007







Back in January, we broke the news that David Koepp, screenwriter of the first Spider-Man, was in talks to pen the fourth installment, but now Sam Raimi tells Empire they are still searching for a writer.



"I want to help contribute to the production," he said. "I don't know if I'll just be a producer on it but if I can work with the writer in such a way so that directing would be right for me, I don't know. We've had our first meeting on Spider-Man 4 and we're looking for the writer."



Will he come back as the director? Hopefully we'll find out soon.


Sunday, July 15, 2007

"Hi, I'm a Marvel...and I'm a DC."

Watch these, they're funny.


Add this to your page:

Friend or Foe Producer's Interview

Here it is, enjoy.

Special thanks to Gametrailers.com for the video.

Thursday, July 12, 2007

Spider-Man 2's Wednesday Record Broken

Warner Bros. Pictures' Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix earned an estimated $44.755 million on Wednesday, surpassing Spider-Man 2's 2004 Wednesday opening of $40.442 million.

Click here for more on this.


Special thanks to ComingSoon.net and Spider-Man Hype! for the heads up.

Australian Spider-Man 3 DVD Details

Here's the DVD's features:
  • Audio Commentary by the Cast

  • Audio Commentary by the Filmmakers

  • Journey to Forgiveness - a 2-part behind-the-scenes documentary

  • Grains of Sand - Building the Sandman featurette

  • 8 additional behind-the-scenes featurettes with cast and crew interviews

  • Bloopers

  • Marvel Villains Photo Gallery

  • "Signal Fire" music video performed by Snow Patrol


For more details click here. Special thanks to ezydvd.com.au and Spider-Man Hype! for the heads-up!

Wednesday, July 11, 2007

New Spider-Man Friend or Foe Trailer & Screenshots



Check out the screenshots here. Special thanks to Marvel.com for the screenshots and the trailer. For more details on the game either click on "Marvel.com" or this blog entry's title. Thanks for visiting and have a nice day.


www.FriendOrFoeGame.com

Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Will the Spider-Man movie franchise stay alive?

Special thanks to The Hollywood Reporter for the heads up.

At some point within the next two weeks, producer Laura Ziskin and the top brass of Sony Pictures Entertainment will sit down together for the first time since "Spider-Man 3" opened May 4 to discuss the franchise's future.

It's a crucial meeting, all the more so because director Sam Raimi will be there. And Raimi, who has sent contradictory messages about his future plans, might at last indicate whether he'll helm the next installment.

"It would be great to have everybody back," Ziskin says. "But no one is going to sign on the dotted line until we have a script. These are the questions being discussed now. The one thing we have answered definitively is: There will be more 'Spider-Man' movies. We just haven't answered what shape they will come in and (Sony) hasn't given us a release date."

The upcoming meeting "will be the first step in a process," Ziskin adds. "'Spider-Man' will continue; I can't tell you every person who will be involved."

It goes without saying just how critical the "Spider-Man" franchise is to the studio's bottom line; at press time, the franchise had netted upwards of $2 billion in boxoffice receipts, not to mention home video revenue and other income from ancillary ventures. But it is hardly unique in today's Hollywood.


So will there be a Spider-Man 4? Well stick around and we'll find out.

Monday, July 2, 2007

Transformers, FF2 and Spidey 3 at the Intl Box Office

Variety has posted an update on the international box office, which was dominated this weekend by Shrek the Third. Here are the results for Transformers, Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer (which added $9 million domestically for a total of $114.8 million) and Spider-Man 3:

But there was plenty of international green for tentpoles as "Transformers" debuted ahead of its U.S. launch with a stellar $34.7 million at 2,261 in 10 territories and "Live Free or Die Hard" shot down a solid $30.7 million at 3,583 in day and date openings in 35 markets...

Paramount also saw stalwart numbers from "Transformers," which logged the top per-location average with $15,351, as the disrib opted for playing into local holidays plus distancing itself from Warner's mid-July launch of "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix." South Korea sparked to "Transformers" in the fourth biggest launch ever with $12.4 million at 549 while the Michael Bay pic posted the best 4-day launch ever in Singapore with $1.7 million.

"Transformers" led in all 10 of its markets, including Australia with $6.7 million, Italy with $3.6 million, Taiwan with $3 million and the Philippines with $2.1 million; in eight of those, it topped "War of the Worlds," which rang up a stellar $357 million overseas in 2005. "Transformers" moves into a dozen more markets next weekend, including Russia, Spain and Scandinavia.

Fox's "Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer" also showed enough traction to remain on track to equal the international performance by its predecessor, which took in $175 million two years ago. "Surfer" landed with $15.2 million at 6,200, pushing the cume to $81.2 million, as Mexico kicked in $3.3 million in its second frame and Brazil launched with a beefy $2.9 million; it opens in August in France, Korea and Spain.

Sony's "Spider-Man 3," which fulfilled forecasts as it jump-started summer biz overseas, ensnared $1 million to become the 10th largest international film with $548.9 million and the 11th biggest globally with $883 million.


Special thanks to Spider-Man Hype!, a.k.a. Superhero Hype!, for the heads up.