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8 reasons why a Spider-Man TV series would have legs

You don't need Spider-Sense to know that there's a reboot swinging into cinemas next year courtesy of (500) Days Of Summer (2009) director Marc Webb and Zodiac (2007) scribe James Vanderbilt, but given the strength of Sam Raimi's trilogy, the last of which was released a mere four years ago in 2007, perhaps it's time for Peter Parker to take a leaf out of Clark Kent's book and head instead for the small screen.

It wouldn't be the first time the web-head has crawled into our living rooms on a weekly basis. He first appeared on September 9th 1967 in animated form for a three-year, 52-episode run that was reasonably faithful to the mythology, and which introduced the world to the now famous Spider-Man theme tune, later covered by none other than The Ramones on their 1995 album 'Adios Amigos'!

The web-head returned in 1974 for a series of short skits over a three-year period on
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Promo - Life Unexpected 2.09 “Homecoming Crashed”

This season of Life Unexpected might be coming to an end soon, but there's still an all new episode airing on November 16. Below is a promo and a synopsis for the episode.

Emma Caulfield (“Buffy The Vampire Slayer”) And Krista Allen (“Parenthood”) Guest Star

Baze (Kristoffer Polaha) and Emma (guest star Emma Caulfield) attempt to sign a high-profile client, Candy (guest star Krista Allen), who only has eyes for Baze. Lux (Britt Robertson) goes to her homecoming dance hoping to see Eric (guest star Shaun Sipos) but the evening takes an ugly turn for the worse.

Cate (Shiri Appleby) explores Lux’s past and is shocked at what she discovers. Kerr Smith also stars. Liz Allen directed the episode written by Sallie Patrick.

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Eat, pray, shop! Movie merch grows up

Eat, pray, shop! Movie merch grows up
Elizabeth Gilbert's best-selling 2006 memoir launched a self-discovery movement that could best be described by its full title: "Eat Pray Love: One Woman's Search for Everything Across Italy, India and Indonesia."

Although Sony Pictures has simplified the title, the ongoing search for "everything" remains an integral part of the movie release Friday -- especially if "everything" includes the slew of merchandising items, from the "I Deserve Something Beautiful" lotus petal necklace (Dogeared Jewels and Gifts, $72) to the "Only True Love Remains" organic tee (Signorelli, $45) to the official prayer beads (World Market, $4.99).

The film might be a call to action for women to live their lives passionately, but it's also a call for them to purchase the tastes, smells and luxuries that Julia Roberts enjoys onscreen through her travels. It serves as a fragrant reminder that movie merchandising, once the domain of films for teens and kids, has matured for the adult female audience.
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