Sunday, June 28, 2009

More From Michael Papajohn on Spider-Man 4

Last week, we received word that actor Michael Papajohn might be back for Spider-Man 4. Scooper 'Wolf' tried to follow up with him on Saturday and here's the result:

I was over at the weekly comic book show Frank & Son over in Industry, CA, and while I was walking around with my uncle we suddenly ran into Michael Papajohn. I wouldn't have noticed him except for the pictures he had all over his signing desk. He's a real funny guy - trying to sell us autographs and telling us about how the Lakers beat him out of the main table. Anyways, I asked him about Spider Man 4 because of the rumor I read that he was going to be in it. He said "I can't talk about it, but who says I died in the first one?" My uncle asked him again and he quipped "if I tell you I'll have to shoot you." Jokingly, of course. That's all I got.

Source: SuperHero Hype!

Saturday, June 20, 2009

Michael Papajohn Returning for Spider-Man 4?


Scooper 'Cassassin' sent us the following note today about Spider-Man actor Michael Papajohn:

During a Q&A with Ted Raimi and Michael Papajohn at Wizard World Philadelphia today, Papajohn (aka the carjacker/original killer of Uncle Ben from the Spider-Man films) said that he would be reprising his role for Spider-Man 4. He then proceeded to say if he told us what his role entailed, he'd have to kill us.

If this will indeed happen, it will be interesting to see why they still need to show the character in another film considering what happened in the third installment.


"Spider-Man 4" is scheduled for a May 6, 2011 release.

Source: SuperHero Hype!

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

New "Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2" Trailers


Sorry that I didn't post these up sooner. I almost forgot, and the reason why I'm posting them now is because I want you to enjoy these awesome and very epic trailers of the new upcoming game "Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2", coming out September 8th on all major platforms. Check out the official website by clicking here.

Official Trailer


E3 Trailer

Alfred Molina Would Love to Return to Spider-Man Series

I just read on ReelzChannel.com today that actor Alfred Molina who played as Dr. Otto Octavius a.k.a. 'Doc Ock' in Spider-Man 2 would love to return to the "Spider-Man" movie franchise. Let's see what he has to say in the article.

Click here to read more.

Special thanks to ReelzChannel.com for the info!

Monday, June 8, 2009

Stan Lee E3 Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 interview

Here's a new interview of Stan Lee about the upcoming video game "Marvel: Ultimate Alliance" sequel, coming out this fall. Here it is: (UPDATE - 6/16/09: I found the video on Youtube and here it is.)



Source: Stan Lee's MySpace Blog

Saturday, June 6, 2009

Comic Reviews: COMING SOON!

Hey Spidey fans, I know that I don't post a lot of news of Spider-Man comic books on here. Well that's because I don't have time to, but eventually I will. But I want to announce that I will also review most of my Spidey comics from my collection on here. And I got a LOT of them too, so each of them will take awhile. I also got some new issues too that I probably will review first. So stay tune, I will post the reviews up soon. Thank God summer is here. =D

Also in that pic of Spidey comics is my collection. That's not all of them, but most of the ones I keep in a plastic container. Try to see what issues I got! (click on the image to enlarge)


Sincerely,
GreenieGobbie

Dunst "Definitely On Board" Spider-Man 4


Everyone's getting in on the action trying to guess what to expect from Sam Raimi's return to the Marvel superhero franchise with Spider-Man 4, slated for release on May 6, 2011. It's obviously still very early in development, but that didn't stop the New York Post from asking Sony producer Todd Black a few questions in order to clear up some of the rumors that have been circulating.

In the article, Black confirms that Kirsten Dunst is definitely on board, but that there are no plans to have a wedding between Peter Parker and Mary Jane in the forthcoming movie. He also squashed the rumors that Morbius the Living Vampire will be the villain in the movie, but that the villain will be very New York centric.

This is what he told the Post about the potential villain: "We're just coming up with who the villain's going to be now. We'll be shooting in New York again. Trust me, people will appreciate who we pick, because it'll be a big part of New York."

So who do you think the villain may be? In the article, they speculate it could be either Kraven the Hunter or the Kingpin, although one should probably assume the latter is still owned by Fox as part of the "Daredevil" deal. Still, maybe it will be some sort of New York City mob/crime storyline in the next movie, and there are plenty of Spider-Man villains that fit the bill like Hammerhead and The Enforcers. Discuss it below.

(Thanks to SuperHeroHype.com for the information.)

Source: New York Post, Edward Douglas

Thursday, June 4, 2009

Spider-Man 4 Teaser Poster Fake!


On Wednesday, Ain't It Cool News posted this teaser poster for Spider-Man 4 that is on display at the Licensing International Expo in Las Vegas this week. While we no doubt believe that the poster is hanging at the Expo (to not discredit AICN's story), official sources are telling us that this poster was not created by Sony Pictures or Marvel Studios for the fourth film. It is indeed fake and no official artwork has been released yet for the movie.

(Click on the image on the right to enlarge it.)

So stay tuned, hopefully we will get some kind of artwork soon for the May 6, 2011 release.

Source: Superhero Hype!